The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 15, 2001 · Page 28
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DB SUNDAY. APRIL 15, 2001 LIFE THE SAUNA JOURNAL THE SUNDAY CROSSWORD • PREPARING FOR DISASTER "CENTRAL TAXING AUTHORITY" By CAROL OTT ACROSS 1 Pen 5 Price indicator 8 Upper levels 13 Goon 17 Repair shop item 20 After, in Aries 21 Eucalyptus eater 22 Bombing attack 23 Olympic ice event 25 Bell Invention: Abbr. 26 Musical equipment 27 "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" role 28 Verdi works 29 Fencing weapon 30 Common antiseptic 31 Names 32 T-shirt seller 36 Knocking sound 39 Aptly-named fruit 40"_ kiddlngi" 41 Guffaw 42 Circular course 43 Vote in 45 Extravagantly theatrical 46 Bread spread 47 Columbo et al.: Abbr. 48 Make arrangements for 49 Washington's bill 50 Cobra family member 52 Baking instruction 53 Half a hot-food combo 55 Ostrichlike birds 58 Under discussion 60 Went by 64 Taxing auth. found in theme answers 65 Mark with spots 66 Athleticism 68 Honshu port 70 Take some off the top? 71 Guarded 72 Jazz riffs 74 Go in (for) 76 Tart 81 Ltr. afterthoughts 82 Kennel oom- - mand 83 Mikhail's wife 85 Green Party candidate 86 Exec's order 88 Popular 89 Irish, e.g. 90 Motion picture 91 Place for a port? 93 Warm pullover 97 Didn't quite win 98 White sale items 99 "...steadfast _ the years"; "0 Canada" lyric 100 Tower designer 102 Ancient Cuzco residents 103"_ there, done that" 104 Family therapist's deg. 107 One on a riser 109 Equal opportunity 111 Holiday purchases 112 Some are kosher 113 Adjusted 114 Current event? 115 Plugged ridge 116 Benning and Bragg: Abbr. 117 Tournament preferences DOWN Edited by Joyce Nichols Lewis 30 Precipitation line, in meteorology 32 Takes to court 33 Stare at 34 1997 Fonda role 35 Robert of "Billy Budd" 36 Rhythmic dance 37 Cunning 38 Exam taker 41 Sweet potato lookalike 44 "Only You" actress 45 Watergate prosecutor Archibald 46 N.T. book 50 Halloween purchase 51 Sphere opening 52 Transatlantic flier 54 1999 Ron Howard film 56 Radiator sound 57 Chapter 59 Hoover, for one 60 Tree with purple 1 Test for jrs. 2 Role for Ronny 3 One of the Marxes 4 Mos. and mos. 5 Far East island capital 6 Refuges 7 1979 Telenet acquirer 8 Gem cutter 9 Colorful 10 Crony 11 Epigrammatic 12 Leakyitire sound 13 Shopper's aid 14 One doing dos 15 Elbow-wrist connection 16 Silences 18 Troops encampment 19 Media mavens, for short 21 No longer working 24 Camera introduced in 1888 27 Stood 29 Kick out flowers 61 Andre of tennis 62 British Columbian peak 63 Artful 67 Peace prize co- winner with Yitzhak and Shimon 68 Choose 69 If nothing changes 70 CEO's degree 73 Russian fighter 75 Cold War gp. 77 Chocolate source 78 Revise 79 Director Clement 80 Uncle Remus appellation 83 Practice lines 84 King and Shepard 87 Disloyalty 88 Blubbers 89 Egotism 92 Buds, perhaps 93 Associate 94 Bud holders, perhaps 95 Word In a motorist's question 96 Arp contemporary 98 Protective covering 100 Behold, to Brutus 101 "_the Craziest Dream": 1940s #1 hit 103 Lure 104 Scores 105 -Ball: arcade game 106 Marries 108 Journalist Tarbell 109 Very loud, to Liszt 110 Center Be safe with home inventory stumped? Call 1-900-933-5155. 99 cents a minute 1 2 3 4 17 22 25 Spring in Kansas means trees popping leaves each day, birds in the backyard and a strong possibility of tornado warnings. Are you prepared if your home were hit by a tornado, and your prized possessions disappeared into the wind? If your home blew away, could you list all the items you lost for your insurance company? Pre-planning for safety during a tornado should be a top priority, as well as being prepared in case your home is destroyed. Completing a household inventory is a major part of preparing for a disaster. Basically, a household inventory is a listing of furnishings, equipment and other personal items in the home, garage and other buildings. Videotape Items An easy way to get a quick inventory is to videotape each room in your home, starting at one corner and working around the room. Go through all rooms of your home and open closets and drawers. Be sure to include the attic, basement, garage and auto trunks. Describe the items on your tape. Get closeups of valuable items. Another method is to take pictures of items in your home, and then label the pic- MARY LOU ODLE KSU-Saline County Extension Agent- Family and Consumer Sciences • tures. A computer list of items also gives an accurate accounting of what you own, and items easily can be added or deleted. For antiques and other valuable items, take pictures, and note the date of the picture. Group small items such as jewelry and silver on a plain rug or other solid background. If the brand, pattern, manufacturer or other information on the item is important to establish ownership or value, try to have that information in the picture by shooting the back side of the item. If an item is extremely valuable, consider having a member of the family in the picture for additional proof of ownership. For such items, you may also want to have a written appraisal. Make copies Make copies of your household inventory Keep the original in a safety deposit box. Store a copy at home, perhaps in the basement, and ask your insurance agent if he wants a 4/15/01 ANSWERS TO TODAY'S PUZZLE ARE ON PAGE D5. ©2001 Tribune Media Services, Inc. l"«=SalmaJournall Cmnalmg cmmnilies with inlomatm WEDDINGS you nave no place to Think Again. When you don't know where to turn, we're there to help. Hotline Number: 1-800-550-4900 .dlTlMTlgn^Salina 1045 The Midway, Salina", KS • 785-823-3113 John and Michelle Lawless Betsy Noel and Peter Stake Katafiasz-Lawless Michelle Katafiasz and Lt. Commander John Lawless were united in marriage May 19, 2000, at Leawood. The Rev. Arnold Biedermann received their vows. Parents of the couple are Tom and Mary Katafiasz, Salina, and William and Audrey Lawless, Middletown, N.J. Maid of honor and best man were Courtney Hartman of Fairway and Arnold Selnick of Alexandria, Va. The bride, a graduate of Sacred Heart High School, received a fine arts-painting degree from the University of Kansas. Her husband graduated from Penn State University and Benedictine College. He is a naval flight officer for NATO at the Allied Forces Northern Command in Brunssum, Netherlands. They live in Hoensbroek, Netherlands. Noel-Stake Betsy L. Noel and Peter J. Stake were united in marriage Feb. 14, 2001, at Albuquerque, N.M. Parents of the couple are Eldon K. and Betty L. Noel of Abilene and Peggy Stake and Floyd and Helen Stake, all of Albuquerque. Matron of honor and best man were Joan L. Deis, Corrales, N.M., and Dave False, Albuquerque. The bride, a graduate of Chapman High School and Marymount College School of Nursing, is a nurse in post anesthesia care at University of New Mexico Hospital, Albuquerque. Her husband owns a plumbing and heating business in Albuquerque. They live in Albuquerque. Hallmark Gold Crown Store Steinhauser's 109 NW. 3rd. St., Abilene 785-263-1401 /1-800-321-7668 JM WiiidowWoman H e I s R isen! Elizabeth Bryan By appointment • Salina • 785-822-0912 The Keyboard Carriage Has Arrived And We're Unloading Savings For You! Yamaha Clavinova WEDDINGS Weddings are published every Sunday in the Life section on a first-come, first-serve basis. Forms are available at The Salina Journal office, 333 8. Fourth. They also are available by calling (785) 823-6363 or 1-800827-6363; by fax at (785) 827-6363; or by e-mail at sjgdemuth @ saijoumal.com. There is no charge for this service. Photos must be a close- up head-shot. Copies are discouraged, as they do not reproduce well. Truckload Sale! 825-6273 / South St. & Clark, Salina / 1-800-875-6273 Digital Pianos Starting at $1,595 • Choose from Rosewood -Mahogany - Maple finish • 6 months same as cash* • Free Delivery hi a 50 mile radius • Free ChurchIHal *WAC. Salina Journal Connecting coynmunitiea with information copy Also, give a copy to a rel-,, ative or friend who lives in another area. Do you know what your in-,,,^:: surance would cover if you ,„ ; had a major loss? Does it cover current value or replacement value of personal items? For example, if your television is worth $75, that would be current value, and that would be the insurance payment. Replacement cost means your insurance would pay to buy a new, similar television. When checking your home insurance policy, ask if there is a limit on coverage for antiques, jewelry and other collections. Do you need to provide special coverage for these items through a separate policy, rider or endorsement on your policy? Mark a date on your calendar to do a current household inventory Just think how difficult it would be to list all the items in your home from memory if you had to complete claim forms. Once the inventory is completed, update it at least once a year. Berry Garlands Great Accents Forever Oak " HandcrafUd Oak Furniture & Accents " 619 E. Cratvjhrd, Salina • 800-864-4429 • 823-9729 Monday-Friday 10-6, Saturday 10-4 Retirement Reception John WiUey, City Engineer A retirement reception will he held for City of Abilene Engineer John Willey on Wednesday, April 18, 2001 from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. at the Abilene Public Library upstairs, at 209 NW4th, Abilene, Kansas. at Russell's Restaurant Turkey & All The Trimmings $J25 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. usseirs estaurant I-I35 and Crawford, Salina • 825-5733 White, mocha, navy & black. Nubuck dark brovm. 7i(i.s7 Af/(iin'^' Foot Shape™ Dress Sandal; White, bone & black. TVlpad™ Casual Sandal; Natural & pewter. ^Our Gift To You I $-| AOO i»t J 1 If OFF PAIR COUPON The Regular Price on all Men's & | Women's SAS Shoes in Stock. j . ^ta nil isna Also, Women's Sandals & i I PAIR Handbags. I I Couvon valid through May 6, 2001 only at Brown's Shoe Fit Company in Salim, I ' J(S Bring in this flyer to receive $10 off Uu! regular price of your Isl pair of ^ slioes and SIS off the regular price of your 2nd pair of shoes. ^ ^ ^22S. sTntaFe DOWNTOWN SALINA 823-2146

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