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Local/Kansas 2 Briefly Judge suppresses theft evidence Saline County District Judge Daniel Hebert ruled Monday that stereo equipment found during a search for drugs at the residence of Wilb'e L. Bates, 32,154 N. Eighth, cannot be admitted as evidence in Bates' Jan. 21 jury trial. Bates faces charges of three counts of selling marijuana and possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. He also faces felony theft charges in connection with the stereo equipment, which was listed as stolen. ' Hebert ruled Monday that a search warrant executed on Sept. 12, when a six-month undercover operation by the Salina Police Department ended, was proper. But Hebert ruled that a detective's suspician that the stereo items were stolen because they were not set up for use was not a proper use of the drug search warrant. The police should have returned with a search warrant specifying the items they suspected were stolen, Hebert said. Man forgos hearing on charge A Salina man accused of robbing a local service station gave up his right to a hearing on the charge after his attorney informed a judge the man would eventually plead guilty to a lesser charge. Alphonso Delaughter, 27,1210 N. 10th, is accused of robbing Steve's Service Station, 1339 N. Ninth, on Oct. 21. Police reported $211 was stolen. Delaughter's attorney, Public Defender George Robertson, told Associate Judge Gene Penland that his client would plead guilty to a reduced charge of felony theft before a different judge. Delaughter was scheduled to have a preliminary hearing on the robbery charge Monday before Penland. After waiving his right to the hearing, he was bound over for trial on the charge and ordered to appear for arraignment Jan. 27 before District Judge David Knudson. Delaughter is free on $10,000 bond. Biting incident to result in charges Misdemeanor charges of battery against a law enforcement officer are expected to be filed today against a rape suspect who reportedly bit and struggled with sheriff's deputies on his way to court Friday. Nathan L. Haggard, 25, 1227 N. Ninth, is accused of biting Deputy James Dubois and struggling with Deputy David Cummings while being transported to a court appearance for the rescheduling of a preliminary hearing. The hearing, which has been rescheduled for Jan. 31, is on charges of aggravated burglary, rape, aggravated sodomy and aggravated battery. In that case Haggard is accused of breaking into the home of a Salina woman on Jan. 1,1984. Loren K. Pierce, 26,1201 N. 10th, faces identical charges in connection with the incident. Haggard appeared in court Monday on an unrelated case. He is scheduled to have a jury trial Wednesday in connection with a Sept. 6 incident that resulted in charges of aggravated burglary, rape, aggravated sodomy and robbery. The Monday hearing was to amend the charge of aggravated burglary to specify that the woman's residence was entered on Sept. 6 by the defendant with the intent to commit a rape. Haggard, who has been in custody since September, remains in the Saline County Jail in lieu of $80,000 bond for both rape cases. City to pay Great Plains owners Owners of a downtown Salina building involved in a condemnation suit by the city as part of a $6.5 million downtown renovation project were awarded $175,000 Monday in Saline County District Court. The owners of the Great Plains Building, 119 S. Seventh, and the city had agreed to the payment and the money was awarded in an order signed by District Judge David Knudson. Because of the agreement, the property will not be appraised as will other property involved in the condemnation proceedings. The award will go to Harry J. Jett, Ann L. Jett, Royce Patton, Delores M. Patton, Donald Ogborn and Rosetta Ogborn. Man pleads guilty to motel theft A man who turned himself in to California authorities entered a guilty plea Monday in Saline County District Court to a charge of stealing money from a local motel. Michael Bilbrey, 29, formerly of 1915 N. llth, was convicted of felony theft for taking $1,564 from the Salina Inn, 222 Diamond, where he worked as a desk clerk. Bilbrey admitted taking the money from the motel Oct. 12. He turned himself in to San Diego authorities and was brought back to Saline County to face the charge. He is to be sentenced Feb. 26. CAP flight flies blood to Chanute Members of the Salina Flight Civil Air Patrol flew blood from Salina to a hospital in Chanute on Saturday. A patient at Neosho Memorial Hospital in Chanute required blood that was not available at the Red Cross Blood Bank at Wichita, from which area hospitals get most of the blood they need, said Chris Barnes, public affairs officer for the Salina Flight. After being alerted by the Red Cross, the blood was flown in a plane piloted by Civil Air Patrol Capt. Rex Russell, Mentor, and 2nd Lt. Jeff Bensman, Salina, an observer. The blood was provided by a Salina hospital. Kansas Civil Air Patrol units make between 25 and 50 flights annually to transport blood and tissue to hospitals, Barnes said. The last time the Salina unit made such a flight was about a year ago to transport blood samples, Barnes said. Road construction projects OK'd TOPEKA — Contracts for highway construction and maintenance projects in several north-central and northwest Kansas counties were among work totaling $25.9 million that was awarded by the Kansas Department of Transportation. They include, by counties: Graham - - U.S. 283. Grahomm-Trego county line north 2.7 miles overlay Allied Inc Hays. $60.162.52. Logan — K-25, Thomas-Logan county line south to U.S. 40, 2.3 miles conventional seal Allied Inc., Hays, $46,111.80. Norton — U.S. 283. Norton-Graham county line north to the junction of U.S. 36, 20.8 miles, recycle, Brown & Brown Inc., Salina, $810,310.35. Rawlins — K-25. Rawlins-Thomas county line north to Kansas-Nebraska state line. 30.2 miles overlay. Popejoy Construction Co. Inc., Ulysses, $1.149,878.74. Saline — Intersection of Ohio and Albert Streets in Salina traffic signal Phillips Southern Electric Co. Inc.. Wichita, $52,446.85. Thomai — K-25, Logan-Thomas county line north 8 miles, conventional seal Allied Inc Hays. $151,819.40. Trugo — (1) U.S. 40B, .1 ot a mile north of the junction of 1-70 to U.S. 283 .6 of a mile overlay, Allied Inc., Hays. $16.577.24; (2) U.S. 283, .1 of a mile north of the junction of 1-70 toTrego-Graham county line. 9.1 miles overlay, Allied Inc., Hays, $246,496.17. Brier to speak atjaycee banquet Kansas Secretary of State Jack H. Brier is scheduled to be the keynote speaker at the Salina Jaycees' annual distinguished service awards banquet on Jan. 23. The dinner will be at 6 p.m. at the Cavalier Court. Awards will be presented to an outstanding young Kansan, outstanding young educator, outstanding young farmer and an outstanding young public protector. Tickets for $6 can be purchased from any member of the Salina Jaycees, Max McClintock Realty, the Salina Area Chamber of Commerce office or by calling Paul McAfee at 823-1517 after 5 p.m. Two sent to prison fpr drug crimes By CAROL LICHTI Staff Writer Prison sentences were imposed Monday on two Salina men arrested as a result of an undercover drug operation. Patrick A. Flannagan, 21, formerly of 418 W. Elm, and Wayne T. Robertson, 27, 654 N. Third, were both sentenced to three to 10 years in prison by Saline County District Court Judge Daniel Hebert. Flannagan was convicted of felony possession of LSD, after pleading guilty to the charge. He originally faced two charges of selling LSD, but one was dismissed by a judge because of evidence problems and the other was reduced during a plea bargain struck on the day Flannagan was scheduled for a jury trial. Robertson was convicted by a jury of two counts of selling marijuana, for selling two quarter-ounces of marijuana at $15 each to an undercover police officer. In sentencing Flannagan, Hebert said the defendant's long prior criminal record showed "total disregard and disrespect for civilized society." Flannagan had been given previous opportunities for probation and opportunities to seek treatment for his chemical dependency problems, Hebert said. Hebert sentenced Robertson to serve simultaneously two prison terms of three to 10 years. During sentencing, Hebert said selling marijuana "is not a crime taken lightly by the citizens of the state or this community." "The drug culture has a significant negative impact on the fabric of our society. It would be sending the wrong signal to the community if these cases were taken too lightly," Hebert said. Court ponders $10 million polio judgment TOPEKA (AP) - The state Supreme Court Monday heard arguments for overturning a jury's award of $10 million to a Sedgwick County man who was paralyzed after his exposure to an oral polio vaccine. A Sedgwick County jury had awarded Emil Johnson $2 million in actual damages and $8 million in punitive damages from American Cyanamid Co., the parent company of Lederle Laboratories, which manufactures an oral polio vaccine. Johnson's suit claims that he contracted polio after he was exposed to the vaccine through his daughter, who was immunized for the disease. He was diagnosed as having the disease in December 1975 and his upper torso is now paralyzed. Donald Newkirk, a Wichita attorney representing American Cyanamid, said the jury was wrong in handing down its verdict because it considered the weakness of the vaccine and not whether the company had provided an adequate warning of possible side affects. A vaccine for polio, given intravenously, was developed in the early 1950s. In the early 1960s, an oral vaccine was developed, and that vaccine has been used almost exclusively since the late 1960s. Newkirk said the real legal question in the lawsuit was whether the warning that Lederle included with its vaccine was adequate. Although the chances of receiving polio through contact with the oral vaccine are rare, Newkirk said, the company provided an explicit warning and had done so since the middle 1960s. Lawyer may keep $1 million fee WICHITA (AP) — A lawyer who fought a 13-year legal battle on behalf of black railroad porter-brakemen has won a fight over a $1 million contingency fee he claimed. Terry Paup of Wichita said the money will be nice to have. "But the most gratifying part of it was the end to the type of practices we showed to have been discriminatory for the past half-century or more," he said. Paup had asked the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to reinstate the contingency fee after a lower court cited a 1983 New Mexico federal judge's ruling that contingency fees aren't appropriate in civil rights cases. Paup successfully argued that the fee arrangements were made long before the New Mexico ruling and were appropriate. The circuit court's three-judge panel agreed. The panel also praised Paup, saying he "pursued this complex, difficult litigation as lead counsel over about 13 years. f (First Published in The Salina Journal January 14.1986) IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF RICHARD L. HOLMQUIST. DECEASED NOTICE OF HEARING AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS Cose No. B6P-3 The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You ore hereby notified that on January 7, 1986. a Petition was filed in this Court by Darret N. Holmquist, an heir of Richard L. Holmquist. deceased, praying that the Will filed with the The Salina Journal Tuesday, January 14,1986 Page 12 devisees, trustees, creditors, and assigns of such at the Defendants as may be deceased; and the unkno 1 spouses of the Defendants; the unknown officers, successors, trustees creditors and assigns of such Defendants as are or were partners or in partnership; and the unknown guard- ions, conservators and trustees of such of the Defendants as ore minor or are Petition be admitted to probate and | in anywise under legal disability; and record; that Roger Colby be appointed as Executor without bond and that Roger Colby be granted Letters Testamentary. You are required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 5th day of February, 1986. at 10:45 o'clock a.m. in said Courtroom 303 in the city of Salina in Saline County. Kansas, ot which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fait therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon the petition. All creditors are notified to exhibit their demands against the estate within four months of the date of the first publication of this notice, as provided by low, and if •their demands are not thus exhibited, they shall be torever barred. Dorrell N. Holmquist Petitioner PHILIP R.HER2IG 2565. Santo Fe P.O. Box 854 Salina, Kansas67402-0854 {913)825-7218 Attorney for Petitioner (3tsp) (First Published In The Salina Journal January 7, 1986) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF SALINE COUNTY. KANSAS n.the Matter of the Estate of ROBERT H. WARD Deceased NOTICE OF HEARING CaseNo.85P-203 STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in this Court by Donald L. Ward as one of the heirs of Robert H. Ward, deceased, praying tor a determination of descent of the following described real estate owned by decedent at the time of death: The South Half (S'j) of the East 82V of Lot Nine (9). Block Two (2), Morrison Addition to the City of Salina, Saline County. Kansas (448 South 10th) jnd you are hereby required to file /our written defenses thereto on or before the 31st day of January, 1986, at 10:30 o'clock A.M., of said day, in said ~ourt. in the City of Salina, in Saline lounty. Kansas, ot which time and rjlace said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree vill be entered in due course upon said letition. 's Donald L. Ward Petitioner DAND.BOYER _ reel & Boyer 120 South 7th >.O, Box 813 ialina.KS 67402-0813 913-825-2277 Attorney for Petitioner (3tsp) (First Published In The Salino Journal January?. 1986) IN THE TWENTY-EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT DISTRICT COURT. SALINE COUNTY. KANSAS CIVIL DEPARTMENT GMAC MORTGAGE CORPORATION, a corporation, f/d/b/a COLONIAL MORTGAGE SERVICE COMPANY, a corooralion; Plaintiff, vs. BILLY F. CAMPBELL a/k/a BILLY FRANK CAMPBELL and MARLENE CAMPBELL, his wife; LOIS ANN CAMPBELL, individually and as mother, next friend ond natural guardian of CHRISTEEN BERNICE CAMPBELL, a minor; CHRISTEEN BERNICE CAMPBELL, a minor; STATE OF KANSAS; ond the unknown heirs, executors, administrators, the unknown heirs, executors, administrators, devisees, trustees, creditors and assigns of any person alleged to be deceased. Defendant PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 60 OF KANSAS STATUTES ANNOTATED. SHERIFF'S SALE CaseNo.85C-336 By virtue of on Order of Sale issued out of the District Court of the Twenty eighth Judicial District, sifting in ond for Saline County, Kansas, in the above entitled action. I will on the 31 si day of January. (986. at 2:00 P.M.. at the main door of the Courthouse in the City of Salina, Kansas, offer for sale ot o public auction ond sell to the highest bidder for cash in hand, all the right, title and interest of the Defendants obo 1 named, in and to the following de scribed real property situated in the County of Saline, State of Kansas, to- wil; Lot 9. Block 2, in Replat of Beebe's Second Addition to the City of Salina. Saline County. Kansas Said property is levied on as the property of the Defendants above named and will be sold without praisement to satisfy said Order of Sale. DARRELL WILSON. Sheriff of Saline. County, Kansas ATTEST: BETTY J, JUST Clerk of the District Court DANJ.SKUBITZ Attorney ot Low P.O. Box 355 Wichita. KS 67214 316-263-5267 Attorney for Plaintiff (3tsp) (First Published In The Salina Journal January 14 1986) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF SALINE COUNTY, KANSAS PEOPLES HERITAGE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, a corporation, Plaintiff, vs. SAMMY LEE BRITTENDALL JR. ANGELA K. BRITTENDALL. husband and wife; and TERESA D. NELSON, f k a TERESA D.STREIT. Defendants. NOTICE OF SALE CaseNo.85C-306 TO: The above named Defendants and to all persons who are or may be concerned: By virtue of an Order of Sale issued to me out of the said District Court in the above entitled action, I will on the 5th day of February. 1986, a) 10:00 A.M. of soid day. at the front door of the Saline City-County Building, 300 West Ash, Salina. in the County of Saline, Stale of Kansas, offer at public sale.and sell to the highest and best bidder for cash in hand, the following described real estate, to wit: Lot Five (5), Block Thirteen (13), Leovenworth Addition 1o the City of Salina. Saline County, Kansas. The above described real estate is taken as the property of the Defendants and is directed by said Order of Sale to be sold, and will be sold without appraisement to satisfy said Order of Sale. Darrell Wilson, Sheriff Saline County, Kansas Connee A. Scott 1129 Wanomaker Road. P.O. Box 4600 Topeko.KS 66604 913-272-4003 Attorney for Plaintiff {3tsp} Classified Advertisements DIAL 823-6363 Or write PO Box 740, Salina, Kans. 67402 10 Words Minimum, $1.50 Minimum Charge 7 times, per word 52' 31 times, per word $1.93 Cash with order SAVES YOU (Plus the 50' handling charge, for ads placed 3 days or more.) (Add 4 words for Blind Box Number) 10% 1 time, per word 15' 3 times, per word 35' 50' postage and handling charge on want ads if cash does not accompany order. BLIND AD SERVICE $1 if replies picked up $3 if replies are mailed Rates apply to residents in Salina retail trade area only. Open rate is 15' per word or $9.00 per col. inch per day on weekdays, $9.60 per col. inch on Sundays. DISPLAY CLASSIFIED ADS Will be accepted until 11 A.M. 2 days before insertion, 4 P.M. Wednesday for Saturday 11 A.M. Thursday for Sunday One day earlier than above if over Vi page. At least 1 day earlier than above on holidays INDIVIDUAL CLASSIFIED LINE ADS One column wide in type this size Will be accepted until 1:00 P.M. day before insertion; 10 A.M. Friday for Saturday; 1:00 P.M. Friday for Sunday. The Salina Journal will not be responsible for more than one incorrect insertion. SALINA JOURNAL WANT AD CLASSIFICATIONS 11. Funeral Directors & 279. Monuments 285. 15. InMemorlam 289. 19. Card ot Thanks 295. 25. Amusements. Events 399. 29. Personals 305 35. Special Notices 311 39. Lodges Clubs 335. 45. Lost Found Strayed 49. Schools-Instructions 339. 55. Alter aliens & Sewing 345. 59. Appliance TV Repair 349. 65. Baby Sifting 355. 69. Beauty & Barber Shops 359. 75. Bicycle Repair T>. Bookkeeping Taxes 345. 1)5. Carpentry & Masonry 369. 69. Cleaning 375 95. Clocks Watches-Jewelry 379 99. Electric Service & Molors 395. 105. Furniture Repair 399. 1CV Glass & Glazing 405. 115. Heating & Refrigeration 409. 119 Hearing Aid/Supplies 415. 125. Laundry-Dry Cleaning 429 129. Lawn & Garden Care 433. 135. Lawn Mowers & Engines 475. 139. Luggage Purses-Leather 477 145 Nursing Rest Homes 479. 149. Moving Storage 481. 155. Ollice Machinery & 483. Equipment 595 159. Orld Job* 589. 165 Painting & Papering 593. 169. Pest Control 599. 175 Photography 681. 179. Piano Tuning & Repair 683. 185. Plumbing Sewer Service 665. 189. Roofing 487. 195. Shoe Repair 669. 199. Trash Hauling &.Cleanup 691. 205. Tree Trimming-Removal- 693. Spraying 209 Upholstering Carpeting- 729. Draperies 733. 21S Miuell«n»oui S*rvlcti 7]]. 219. Word Processing 737. 237. Special Interest To Women 739. 245. Cafe. Motel Help 761. 249. Help Wanted 763 26.' Salespeople Wanted 765. 269 Employment Opportunities 767 275 Silulafions Wanted Business Opportunities Loans Insurance Want To Buy Good Things To Eat Musical Inslrumenls Wearing Apparel Miscellaneous Rummage Garage Sales. Flea Markets Antiques-Coins Stamps Furniture 8. Appliances Air Conditioning Heating TV Radio Stereo Business Equipment, Computers Building Materials, Tools Construction Equipment Flowers, Plants. Trees Pel Stock t. Supplies Farm Equipment Farmers Wants & Services Seeds. Feeds. Fertilisers Livestock & Supplies Poultry & Supplies Public Auctions Sale Dales Furnished Apartments Furnished Houses-Duplexes Sleeping Rooms Unfurnished Apartments Unfurnished Houses Duplexes Room Males Houses Lots For Sale Want To Rent Investment Property Business Buildings, Sale Rent Business Property For Sale Oflice Space Real Estate (oul of town) Garages Parking Lots Farms and Farmland Real Eslale Wanted, Exchanged Sporting Goods Boats. Marine Supplies AlrpKnti Mobile Homes Campers & Trailers Aulo Service & Parts Motorcycles-Bicycles Car. Truck Rentals Cars & Trucks Funeral Directors & Monuments 11 FOUR LOTS, Roselawn Cemetary, Lot 341, Section G. $800 for all or will consider best offer. Write, Resident, 8929 Kentucky, Kansas City. MO64138. MONUMENTS • LET our years of experience guide you In this Important decision. In our 3rd generation. Our 53rd year. MEMORIAL ART CO., Inc. 1608-10 823-2981 Send your news tip to The Salina Journal, $45 in prizes every week. Card of Thanks 19 MANY THANKS to Asbury Hosplta Nursing Staff and the surgical team o Doctor Manguoglu for their care dur Ing my recent back surgery. Thanks to friends who helped make my recovery successful. Doris Smith. I WISH to thank everyone for the many cards, flowers, food, memorials and acts of kindness extended to me a the time of my loss. All were appracl ated. The Family of Ernest Schwarz. Personals 29 LIFE SHOULD be a bowl of cher rles! With poor health. It's lust the pits! Improve your health and your wealth. For more Information contac 913-536-4220. I Personals 29 ATTENTION SKIERS: Fantastic skl'ng awaits. Two bedroom condo In Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Available for ''3- ',1 below average rates. Designed for families who love to ski. For more information please call after Spm, 825-9017. PREGNANCY UNPLANNED? Birthright cares. 1414 South Santa Fe, 823-3113. Free tests. Confidentiality. Special Notices 35 LOSE, GAIN or maintain weight the Herbal Way with the Nation's No. I nutritional progam.-.Mindy or Gene 823-1757. LOSE WEIGHT Proven 100% Safe Krlsty. 823-3889, the Herbal Way and Effective. LOOK GOOD, feel Diet. Keith, 825-4140. good. Herbal NOTICE Classified Ad Deadlines 11:00 AM 2 Days before insertion for Display Classified. 11 am Thursday for Sunday 4 pm Friday for Tuesday. Ads over V? page 1 day earlier than above. The deadline for WANTADS and deleting want ads before normal expiration 1:00 PM day before insertion. 10am Friday for Saturday 1 pm Friday for Sunday. I day earlier than above when holidays are Involved. The Salina Journal reserves the right to edit, reject, reclassify, or refuse any copy. FINANCIAL SERVICES, Insurance, Securities, Mutual Funds. Expanding In Salina area. Call 316-792- J053, between 10am-2pm, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. DINNERPARTY... Prepared In your home by qualified cook/hostess. Spend an enjoyable evening entertaining your guests while we coordinate the food prepara- Ion. Call evenings 823-9258. Lost-Found-Strayed 45 LOST: SILVER, Texas Instruments, mens' Digital watch. Call 823-2079. Reward! Can you help me? I need a loving home! I'm an Apricot Male Poodle. have been neutered. I love all people, but I'd really like a home with children. My owner has to move and she'd like to find me a new and loving family. I'm Free! Call 825-8409 evenings. Schools-Instructions 49 CAREER EDUCATION - choose irom 9 career programs. You deserve the best. Call Brown Mackie College (913) 825-5422. PIANO LESSONS. Specialize with beginners and advanced. Special rates. 825-5596. PIANO LESSONS: Experienced teacher, $5 per lesson, 825-7569. Help Wanted 249 UTILITIES SUPERINTENDENT- The City of Holyrood, Kansas Is seek- "ng a person who possesses a strong- tnowledge of line electrical experience, waste water management, and :lty water system. The person hired for this position will maintain, operate, and be responsible for all of the systems listed above. The city Is approximately 600 to 700 In population ind will offer liberal fringe benefits. Send resume with references to: Doyle Spohn, City Councilman, Box 67, Holyrood, Kansas 67450. Resumes must be In by February 15,1986. MCPHERSON COUNTY, an equal opportunity employer, Is presently accepting applications for a full time office manager. Business college degree or equivalent educational or job related experience required. Accounting and secretarial skills essential. Farm background helpful. Specialized on the fob training provided. Please send resume to McPherson County Weed Department, Box 105, McPherson, KS 67460. The deadline for submitting appllca- tlons is January 24,1966. SER RURAL Initiative may be able to help you find employment. We are seeking Individuals who have been employed for wages In agriculture and related work (farms, ranches, or chards, feed lots, nurseries, greenhouses, etc.) A representative will be at The Salina Job Service, January 16th, from 8am-3:30pm. Call for an appointment at 627-0395. FULL-TIME POSITION open for Deisel Mechanic. Must have ma|or mechanical, maintenance and service experience. Job Includes operating hay equipment and semi-truck driv ing. Mall resume Including salary re qulrements, brief sumary ot previous employment and references to: Box Y-894, Salina Journal, P.O. Box 740. LOCAL RESTAURANT promotion needs 8 telephone receptionists Immediately for advertising program. Sales experience helpful but not necessary. Ideal hours for housewives and students. Good wage and pleasant working condition. Apply In person at 228 B South Santa Fe, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, 9am-5pm. SURROGATE MOTHERS needed. Bring joy to a childless couple. Artificial Insemination. Must be healthy, over 21, given birth to healthy child- (ren). Medical expenses and living expenses ($850/ month) paid for two months. Call 913-233-1344, Hagar In stltute, Topeka, Kansas. ___ EXECUTIVE SECRETARY for exciting, non-profit organization. Usual office duties with working knowledge of computers helpful. Must work well with a variety of people and have the abllty to work under pressure. Send resume to P.O. Box 355, Salina. Kansas 67401 by 1-24-86. Advertising Sales Representative Positions now open for part-time sales In Salina area. Send resume to: The Creative Team Advertising Agency, 20 S. Walnut. Hutchinson, KS 67501. THE SALINA Journal Is now taking bids for a contract hauling route from Herlngton to Ramona, covering 77 miles. Must have good, dependable ta ton pickup truck with topper. For information call Kevin McCarthy, 1 800-432-7606. TUBBS AND Sons Ford Sales, Colby, Kansas, Is currently taking applications for one full-time mechanic, 3-5 years experience neces sary. Apply In person to Tubbs and Sons, 810 South Range, Colby, Kansas, 913-462-6746. AREA CONSTRUCTION company needs workers. Must be 25 years of age, honest, neat and clean and ha own transportation. Must be e«- perlenced in remodeling and concrete and willing to work 8am-5pm, five days a week. 823-7791 WANTED; FULL time experience cook for the 6am 2pm shift In Restaurant In Abilene. Must be able to work weekends. Will negotiate wages or salary for right person. Start Immediately. For pre Interview call 827 2685. FEDERAL, STATE, and CIVIL |obs now available. Call 1-619 545-1630 for Information 24 hours. Need another employee? Thousands of readers look through the classified ads every day. Phone 823-6363 for help with your ad. Help Wanted 249 MEDICAL ASSISTANT for Salina doctor's office. Will train In specialty procedures. Nursing or medical office experience desirable. Send resume to Box J-145, Salina Journal, P.O. Box 740. WANTED: An aggressive engineer looking for a future with a well- established manufacturing company. Send resume and work experience to.- Box Y-893, Salina Journal, P.O. Box 740, Salina, KS 67402-0740. FULL-TIME NIGHT Data Entry Operator. Approximate hours are 6:45pm-2:45am. Above average typing skills are required. Excellent benefits. Apply at National Bank at America, 100 South Santa Fe. EOE M/F LONG JOHN Silver's Is taking applications for part-time help. Neat appearance, out-going personality. Applications can be pick up at 1019 East Crawford, January 15th and 19th Between 3:30-5:30pm. EASY ASSEMBLY work! $400 per 100. Guaranteed payment. No experience/no sales. Details send self- addressed stamped envelope: Elan Vital- 836, 3418 Enterprise Road, Ft Pierce, Florida33482. HELP WANTED: RN- Either full or part-time, applicant must be able to work all shifts. Contact Donna Stephenson, D.O.N., Osborne County Memorial Hospital, 913-346-2121. FULL TIME SECRETARY. Experience with electronic typewriter and IBM computer preferred. Send resume to P.O. Box 1466, Salina, Kansas67402-1666. GUYS AND GALS interested in selling fashion clothing apply - Mid State Mall, across from Baskin- Robbins. January 13, 9am-6pm and January 14,9am-7pm. ^^ PART-TIME CHILD care postlon open In residential treatment facility. High school graduate, 21 years old. Send resume to: Box 1346, %Resldent Director. EOE. FULL TIME auto mechanic needed. Training, experience and references required. Must be willing to work varied hours. 823-6363. Contact Mike Alters, GOVERNMENT JOBS. $16,040159,230 year. Now hiring. Call 805-6876000, ext. R-9444 for current federal sting. WANTED: COCKTAIL Waitress, part-time work, starting minimum wage. Call 825-9537 or apply in person after Spm, Sale Barn. PART-TIME BABYSITTER needed to sit with Grandma. No special care required. $1.50 an hour. Need own transportation. 825-1909. HAIR STYLIST wanted. All resumes confidential. Send resume to Box Y-895, Sallna Journal, P.O. Box 740. SALESMAN WANTED. Agricultural background helpful. For Interview contact terrltoy manager. Roger Thyfault. 839-4361. WANTED: LADY In housekeeping, neat and clean, must work weekends. Prefer lady between 42-50. Apply at Motel 7, apply between 9am-3pm. BENEFITS AVAILABLE for full- time assistant In Doctor's Office. Will train responsible person. Reply: Box Y-897, Sallna Journal, P.O. Box 740. EXPERIENCED RELIABLE mature lady to work part-time. Must be willing to work weekends. Apply in person The Paris, downtown. NEED MATURE women to babysit tour children In our home, Sunday evenings plus, own transportation, references. 625-0563, ext. 13. INCOME OPPORTUNITY. Assemble products at home. No experl- ence. Details. Call 1 -813-545-8724. CERTIFIED GERATRIC aides. Apply at Kenwood View Nursing Homes, 825-5471. EOE. HAIRDRESSER WANTED! With Clientele. Apply in person, 1004 West Crawford, Chalet Coiffure, 8am-4pm. LIGHT OUTSIDE delivery. Must know city well and have own car. Full or part-time. 823-7167. STARKY'S IS looking for door person and waitress. 827-4825. ATTENTION Unique career opportunity tor select few who have or feel that they can excel.In the marketing profession. Opening for male and female. This Is the first hiring and those Individuals that are accepted will have Immediate management considerations. Company Is the largest wireless microwave television In United States. Although Initial position Is In Sallna, future travel opportunity to travel U.S. and overseas potential National V.P. and General Manager Interviewing, apply in person with resume, 114 East Iron 825-4888 Salespeople Wanted 265 COLOR ANALYST- Get in on the ground floor with America's premier BeautlCare 8. Color Company, offer- Ing free color analysis to determine your clients best make-up and wardrobe colors. Earn $100-$200 a day, or more...In your own fashion and glamour business) Call Jan Schlerllng at 316-565-6536 for complete training Information, between 4-8pm. RADIO COMMUNICATION Sales Reps needed. Pagers, mobile phones, and two-way radio. Related experience preferred but will train right person. Advancement opportunity, commission, car expense, benefit package. Send resume to Sales Help P.O. Box 11446, Wichita, Kansas 672020446.316-262-2645. Business Opportunities 279 RESTAURANT. SEATS 58 people, fully equipped, has Its own meat market. Now In operation, Is a long time established business. Wagon Wheel Cafe, downtown Abilene. Sell- Ing for health reasons. Call evenings 913-825-6133. PRIVATE CLUB in Sallna,-4,400sq. ft., turn key, fully equipped operation. Presently In operation with excellent cash flow. Terms to qualified buyer, discount to buyer with cash. Write to Box Y-892, Sallna Journal, P.O Box 740. START YOUR own career In a fast growing business. Sales experience or' training not necessary. For appointment call PPSA International, 316-2410083, Egual Opportunity. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY $1,000 per month. Includes bonus car, unlimited potential. 827-7874.625-2936. LIQUOR STORE for sale! Must sell due to health. 623-7489. Want To Buy 289 We'll Buy The Mortgage You're carrying. Sell your Real estate note to Jim Sullivan for Immediate cash. 823-7133. Oood Things to Eat 295 TREE-RIPENED TEMPLE oranges and Indian River Ruby grapefruit from Florida. Order by January 24. Seventh Day Adventlst Elementary School. Call 823-8104or 823-6774. NATURAL RAW honey for sale. *3/ quart and $12/gallon. 823-9358. Musical Instruments 299 PEARL DRUM set. 5 piece two roto- tongs, zlld|lan cymbals. J850 or best offer. Call after Spm 913-546-2527. WANT TO Buy: Pianos, all types. Write Box 2266, Hutchlnson, (KS 67501.

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