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C2 THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 2001 HOME & GARDEN THE SAUNA JOURNAL TASK THE BUILDER Store wine properly for optimum bouquet, flavor Aging wine requires specific temperatures and liumidity for flavor Dear Tim: My new wine collecting hobby is getting a tad out of hand. My hall closet simply will not handle my growing wine collection, and my wife has instructed me to build a wine storage room. 1 am wondering how to calculate the size of the space required, and what is the best way to build • racks to store ^ the wine. Can you build a storage room in a garage if you don't have a basement? How important is temperature and humidity in the room? — Dick D., Sun City West, Ariz. Dear Dick: If you imbibe wine on a somewhat frequent basis and like a variety of wines, I can see why the closet no longer works. Simple closet storage also can be dangerous. It is not uncommon for boxes to shift and a bottle to break. That may be acceptable with inexpensive TIM CARTER Tribune Media Services mass-produced wines, but to do so with more expensive wines is considered a sacrilege for those people who respect what is inside many wine bottles. There are many things you need to consider when designing and building a wine storage room. For hundreds of years, wine was stored in wine cellars deep underground. This environment provided by Mother Nature happens to be nearly perfect for wine storage. Wines age perfectly at 55 to 58 degrees and relative humidity levels from 55 percent to 75 percent. Storing wine outside of these temperature and humidity parameters can rapidly affect the taste and quality of the wine, Your challenge is to create this artificial environment whether it is in a garage, basement or even a room within a house. You can build regiolar walls, but you absolutely must install a continuous high-performance vapor barrier on the warm side of the walls and the ceiling of the storage room. The warm side of these walls is the outside of the room, not inside. Be sure to insulate the walls and the ceiling after the vapor barrier is installed. The door that opens into this room should be an insulated exterior- grade door that has an excellent threshold seal and continuous weatherstripping around aU of the edges of the door Lighting is important but should not be overdone. Light also can affect the quality and taste of wine. You may want to install a timer switch on the storage room lights in case you close the door and leave it on by mistake. Tile flooring works great in wine storage areas because it is easy to clean in case of an unfortunate spiU. Hardwood will work, but you must leave a Vi- inch gap aroimd all edges to account for expansion once the wood swells in response to the elevated humidity Wine storage racks can be tough to construct from scratch if you are not an experienced carpenter. An inferior homemade design can put a wine collection at grave risk. Redwood is an excellent wood for wine storage systems. It is moisture-resistant, strong, colorful and non-aromatic. Do not use woods such as cedar that have an aroma. Never stain the wood in a storage room. These odors can penetrate the corks and ruin the flavor of wine. If I wanted a place to store wine, I would build the room myself but purchase the wine storage kits or wall systems. They are affordable, and the simple ones can be put together with ease. www.hgtv.com From Scripps Howard News Service Brush bonsai A good choice for indoor bonsai is Brush cherry (Syzygium paniculatum). This tree produces small white flowers in the summer and berries in the fall, and its new foliage is bright green, maturing to a rich green or copper. Dimmer efficiency Install dimmer switches, three-way light bulbs and fluorescent bulbs into fixtures to reduce your home's electricity consumption. Fluorescents produce more light with the least amount of energy and last longer than standard bulbs. Carpet clips To repair small burns in a rug, vacuum the area first to remove any loose ashes, then separate the fused carpet fibers with a sharp knife. Once separated, pull up the fibers with tweezers, and clip off the burnt ends with cuticle scissors. Clean / No need to wait FROM PAGE C1 Garage • Remove spills with cat litter. Pour. Wait for absorption. Sweep up. • Store garden tools in a bucket of sand to prevent rust. • Rent a pressure washer to clean concrete and driveways. • Reduce sag in stored cane furniture by washing with soapy water, rinsing and drying in ^^1^ sun. '^•'^^ • Clean barbecue grill by allowing fire to burn 15-20 minutes before cooking. Remove built up grease with wire brush. • Use a leaf blower to dry a bicycle and prevent rust after washing. • Remove car odors by leaving crumpled newspapers or an open can of coffee inside overnight. Annual cleaning chores • Move furniture, vacuum upholstery and dust underneath. • Wash inside and outside of windows (panes, sills and frames). • Wash all seasonal fabrics, blinds and curtains (shower curtain, summer bed spread, mattresses cover). • Clean chimney and fireplace. Wipe down air vents and appliance colls. • Clean interior of refrigerator. Wipe down cabinet fronts, especially near handles. • Clean oven and stove top, including the underside of stove top. • Drain sediment from hot water heaters. • Clear debris from the rain gutters. Cleaning books • "Mary Ellen's Complete Home Reference Book" by Mary Ellen Pinkham. • "Clean It Fast Clean It Right" edited by Jeff Bredenberg. • "How to Clean Practically Anything" by the editors of Consumer Reports. • "Home Comforts" by Cheryl Mendelson. • INTERIORS Dos and don'ts of decorating Have a specific plan wlien getting ready to decorate a room By ROSEMARY SADEZ FRIEDMANN Scripps Howard News Service Are you a list maker? Do you start your day with a list of 'to- dos'? What say I give you a list of 'to- dos' and 'to-don'ts' for decorating? • Do set a budget and be sure to include enough to do everything you want to do. • Don't buy something just because it's on sale. What seems like a bargain at the store might become a white elephant at home. • Don't do more than one room at a time. When you can't afford to do aU your home at once, and _ who can, then \^ go slow and make sure each room is done right. • Do keep a scrapbook of ideas, colors, floor layouts and styles of furnishings you find attractive when you look through magazines. This can serve as an excellent guide when you start shopping. • Don't buy fads unless you plan to redecorate every three years. And don't spend money on too much furniture. You want your home to look nice and complete, but not overcrowded. • Do buy fabrics and wallcov­ erings that are practical for the rooms you use most. Remember the children and the pets when considering what you will use. • Don't use too many similar textures in the same room because they will cancel each other out and the effect will be either too busy or too bland. • Do paint the walls (if they haven't already been painted) if you're plan­ ning on wallpapermg in the future. Use an oil-based paint so the walls will be pre-sealed for wallpaper later This step now will save lots of time and money later. • Don't paint the walls and baseboard different colors if the room is small. That will tend to cut up the room, making it seem even smaller ; • Do pick waUpaper patterns that are proportionately sized for the room. A big repeat in a small bath, for instance, will be lost due to all the cutting around cabinets, etc. • Don't just buy furniture and accessories off a showroom floor. Make furniture templates and arrange them around the room so you can see how the pieces might fit in before you actually purchase them. • Do make a plan. If you have a plan you know where you're going and how you're going to get there. If you don't, you might wander aimlessly and only succeed in going around in circles. Always make a list. It works. /•"^Salina Journal ] Connecting communilies with information ina, KS 67401 .30 p.m. Toll Free In Kansas Cnll: — QUICK FIND INDEX- 2-85 ... Real Estate & Rentals • 285-376 Merchandise & Auctions 101-191 Announcements 409-679 Services 245-279 Employment 761-775 Automotive & Recreation Now On Linel http://www.saljournal.c6m/sallna/class/ LEGALS (First Published In The Salina Journal April 19,2001) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF SALINE COUNTY, KANSAS Probate Division In the Matter of the Estate of ROBERTO. CALDWELL, Deceased NOTICE OF HEARING Case No. 99 CVP149 THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in said Court by A. Toy Caldwail-Col- bert and Teree L. Caidweli- Johnson, co-executors of the Will of Robert C. Caldwell, deceased, praying for final settlement of said estate; approval of acts, proceedings, and accounts as co-executors; that the Court delemiine the heirs, devisees, and legatees entitled to the estate and the proportion or part thereof to which each is entitled; and distribute and assign the same to them in accordance with the Will of Robert C, Caidweii, deceased. You are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 14th day of May, 2001, at 9:00 a.m., in said Court, in the City of Salina, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. A, Toy Caldwell-Colbert, Petitioner Teree L. Caldwell-Johnson, Petitioner L.O. Bengtson Clark, Mize & Linville, Chartered 129 South eih, P.O. Box 380 Salina, KS 67402-0380 TELE; (785) 823-6325 FAX (785) 823-1868 Attorneys for Petitioners (3tsp) (Published In The Salina Journal April 19,2001) Kansas Department of Health and Environment Notice of Public Comment Period General Class I Air Operating Pemiit The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) is announcing its intent to issue general class I air operating permits for small hospital/medical/inleclious waste incinerators (HMIWI) located in metropolitan areas and small HMIWIs located in rural areas. The proposed general permits were developed in acconlance with the provisions of K.A.R. 28-19-400 et seq. and K.A.R. 28-19-514 et seq. Emissions of particulate matter, cartion monoxide. LEGALS dioxins/furans, hydrogen chloride, sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, lead, cadmium, and mercury were evaluated during the permit development process. The public comment period for this permitting action begins on April 19, 2001 and ends on May 21,2001, Owners or operators of ' small HMIWIs In Kansas that meet certain criteria may apply for authorization to operate under the temis and conditions of the proposed general permits by filing permit applications with the department. The department will review the applications and issue authorizations to HMIWIs that qualify. The authorizations will identify the name and address of the facility, the terms of the authorization and site specific monitoring and operating requirements. Owners or operators of HMIWIs receiving such authorization will be deemed to have satisfied the requirements of Title V of the federal Clean Air Act and the Kansas air quality program approved thereunder. A public notice will be promulgated each month that identifies the name and location of each HMIWI that receives authorization to operate under the temis and conditions of the general pemiit. These notices will be published in the Kansas Register and in a newspaper of general circulation in the area where each HMIWI is located. Copies of the pemnlt application, the authorization documents and all other relevant information will be made available for public review at the KDHE central office. Bureau of Air and Radiation, Topeka, Kansas and at appropriate KDHE district offices, or local air pollution control agencies, A list of all HMIWIs authorized to operate under the terms and conditions of the HMIWI class I general operating pemiit will be maintained at the KDHE central office In Topeka. A copy of the proposed HMIWI general class I permits and the proposed authorization documents are available for public review during normal business' hours (8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday) at the following locations: KDHE Bureau of Air Radiation (BAR), Building 283, Forbes Refd, Topeka, Kansas 66620 Contact Person: John Ramsey, (785) 296-1992 KDHE North Central District Office, 2501 Martlet Place, Suite 0, Salina, Kansas 67401 Contact Person: Joan Ratzlaff, (785) 827-9639 KDHE Northeast District Office, BOO West 24th Street, Lawrence, Kansas 66046 Contact Person: Pat Simpson, (785) 842-1600 LEGALS KDHE Northwest District Office, 2301 East 13th Street, Hays, Kansas 67601 Contact Person: Rick Robinson, (785) 625-5663 KDHE South Central District Office, 130 South Mari <Bt, 6th Floor, Wichita, Kansas 67202 Contact Person: Dave Butler, (316)337-6020 KDHE Southeast District Office, 1500 West 71h, Chanute, Kansas 66720 Contact Person: Lynelle Stranghoner, (620) 431-2390 KDHE Southwest District Office, 302 West McArtor Road, Dodge City, Kansas 67801 Contact Person: Dave Butler (316) 337-6020 Johnson County Environmental Department, 11180 Thompson Avenue, Lenexa, Kansas 66219 Contact Person: Mike Boothe, (913)492-0402 Shawnee County Health Agency, 1615 West 8th, Topeka, Kansas 66601 Contact Person: Ed Kalas, (785) 368-2059 Wichita-Sedgwick County Department of Community Health, 1900 East 9th Street, Wichita, Kansas 67214 Contact Person: Randy Owen, (316) 268-8448 Wyandotte County Health Department, 619 Ann Avenue, Kansas City, Kansas 66101 Contact Person: Brace Anderson, (913) 573-6700 Copies of the proposed general permit documents may be obtained by contacting the person listed at the appropriate office. Standard departmental cost will be assessed for any copies requested. Written commeiits on the proposed permitting documents should directed to Harish Agarwal, KDHE, BAR, Fort)es Reld, Building 283, Topeka, Kansas 66620, (785) 2961572. Written comments ' must be received no later than the close of business on May 21, 2001 In order to be considered In the final decision-making process. A public hearing may be requested on this proposed permitting action by any parson. The request must be In writing and set out the basis for the request. Written requests tor a hearing should be directed to Ms Connie Can^no, BAR, KDHE, Building 283, Forties Field, Topeka, Kansas 66620, no later than the close of business on May 21, 2001 In order to be considered by the Secretary of Health and Environment. In accordance with K.A.fl. 2819-515, the United States En- vlronmontal Protection Agency (EPA) has 45 days after receipt of the proposed general class I operating pemiit to object to Issuance of the draft LEGALS pemiit. Any person may petition the EPA administrator to review the pemiit within 60 days after expiration of the 45- day EPA review period. The petition may be based only on objections identified with reasonable specificity during the public comment period, unless the petitioner demonstrates that It was impracticable to raise such objection within the comment period, or unless the grounds for such objection arose after the close of the comment period. A copy of the draft general permit, the permit application and instnictions, and the draft authorization documents are being submitted to EPA simultaneously with publication of this notice. Gary Schlicht at EPA Region VII, Air Permitting and Compliance Branch, 901 North 5th Street, Kansas City, Kansas 66101, (913) 551-7097 should be contacted to determine when the 60-Day petition period commences. Clyde D. Graeber Secretary Kansas Department of Health and Environment (It) LEGALS LEGALS supportng documentation, all ^nstrates that it was impracti- Infomiation relied upon during ^3^3 ^^^^^ ti^ti&mi. the pemiit application review 3^,^ or unless process, and a copy of the ap- Q^^JJ fo, 5^^^ objection plicabHity detenriiriaton are a,ose\(,er such period. Con- available for a 30 day public Q schlicht, USEPA, review during normal business R v,', ^ir Pemiitting and hours at the KDHE, Bureau of compliance Branch, 901 N. S".,.. ''"loo 1 °l'"°"r, J^*T'' 5th Street, Kansas City, Kan"3,283 rort )es Field To- geiOl (913) 551-7097, to ^\ iP ^^n f ? ^n, detemiine when the 45 day KDHE North Central Wstnct usEPA review period ends 2501 Mart<et Place, go day petition period D, Salina, Kansas (Published In The Salina Journal April 19,2001) Notice Concerning Proposed Kansas Air Quality Class I Operating Permit and Amendment to Previously Issued Construction Permits Notice is hereby given that the Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) is soliciting comments regarding a proposed air quality operating pemiit and amending previously issued construction pemiits. Tony's Pizza Service has applied tor a Class I operating pemiit In accordance with the provisions of K.A.R. 28-19-510 et al. The purpose of a Class I permit Is to Identif/, the sources and types of regulated air pollutants emitted from the facility; the emission limitations, standards and requirements applicable to each source; and the monitoring, record keeping and reporting requirements applicable to each source as of the effective date of permit issuance. Notice is also given that certain requirements were found to no longer be required in the constradion permits dated June 23, 1998 and April 12, 1999. These requirements are being modified by an applicability detemiina- tion, Tony's Pizza Service ovms and operates a frozen speciali­ ty food manufacturing plant located at 3019 Scanlan Avenue, Salina, Kansas 67401. A copy of the proposed permit, pemiit application, all OHice, Suite 67401. To obtain or review either document, contact Alan Brooks, (785) 296-6281 al the central office of the KDHE, or Joan Ratzlaff, (785) 827-9639 at the KDHE North Central District Office. The standard departmental cost will be assessed for any copies requested. Direct written comments or questions regarding the documents to Alan Brooks, KDHE, BAR, Building 283, Forbes 504 Reld, Topeka, KS 66620, (785) 296-6281. In order to be considered In formulating final document decisions written comments must be received no later than the close of business on May 21,2001. A person may request a public hearing be held on the proposed documents. The request for a public hearing shall be in writing and set forth the basis for the request. The written request must be submitted to Ms. Connie Carreno, BAR, KDHE, Building 283, Forties Field, Topeka, KS 66620, no later than the close of business on May 21, 2001 in order for the Secretary of Health and Environment to consider the request. The United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) has a 45 day review period, which will start concurrently with the 30 day public comment period, within which to object to the proposed Class I pemnlt. If the USEPA has not objected in writing to the Issuance of the permit within the 45 day review period, any person may petition the administrator of the USE­ PA to review the pemiit. The 60 day public petition period will directly follow the USEPA Clyde D. Graeber Secretary Kansas Department Health and Environment (II) 5 HOUSES- LOTS FOR SALE CRESTWOOD Rd., next to l\/leadowlark School. 4 levels, 2100 sq. ft., excellent condition, 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, $179,900. (785)827-9151. 5 HOUSES- LOTS FOR SALE 3 BEDROOM. 1203 Talley, $91,000. 1 car garage. (785)493-0199,493-2338. $ 0 DOWN HOMES Government & bank (oreclo- suresl HUD, VA, FHA. Low or no downl Ha credit need- edl For listings, 1-800-3380020, Ext. 4603. COUNTRY LIVING Close to Salina. 4 bedroom, 3 bath tri level home with barn on 1 acre in Southeast of Saline School District. $165,000. (785)667-4759. Don't Miss Out! 3 bedrooms, m.l. laundry, 2 car garage. Storage galore in this 1,800 sq. It. hotne, priced to sell at $125,000. Prudential Drolteni Bealty 823-1151 GREAT STARTER HOME with 2 bedrooms, new carpet, central air, double detached garage with heat/air and fenced yard with gazebo and spa - all for a price in the $60s. [wood Realty, Inc. llOlS.OUa ToUFr.ol-«77-825-2177l www.millwoodrenltv.com BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM HOME FOR SALE BY OWNER 314SEtTZ DR. 3,159 sq. ft., 4 bedroom, 4 bath Duplex Site Lindsborg multi-family building site (100'xl35') at Roosevelt & Saline St. comer. Great location next to new grocery store! $13,500. iiiamnmim 786-2^-2913 wmvjliidjibors-rcaltr.ruin Custom built in 1991 45 day review period. If the •MasterSuite USEPA waives their 45 day • Formal Dining review period, the 60 day pub- . Dramatic Wood and Trim lie petition penod will start di- . Fireplace redly after the 30 day public comment period. Interested parties may contact KDHE to determine if the USEPA 45- day review period has been Any such petition shall be •$199,900 based only on objections to the pemiit that were raised Call Ron or Jane at: vuith reasonable specificity Days 826-8200, ext. 3332 during the public comment 823-6464, ext. 769 period provided lor in this no- Evenings and weekends at: tice, unless the petitioner dem- 452-9797 Finished basement • Lots of closets and storage • Flowers, fruit trees and large, landscaped yard • Meadowlark School 5 HOUSES- LOTS FOR SALE Large 2 story home, central Salina location, 4/5 bedrooms, 2 baths, deck. Call Brian Haugh for more details, 625-8144. OPEN HOUSE TONIGHT 235 S. Cole, Lindsborg 5:30-7:00 'Almost Country •Large Lot 100'x3,240' * 3 Bdrms., 2 Baths ' Large Living Rm., Mid $60s. Shown By: Einar Johnson COLDUUeU. 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Other features Include a 7 stall horse bam. Priced in the mid $200's. Call Richard at RE/I^AX Advantage, 825-5200, lor your private showing. HOUSE UNDER CONSTRUCTION For sale by Vem Weis Con- structk>n. Open floor plan. Vern Weis Construction (785)827-9169 PUBLISHER'S NOTICE All real estate advertised in this newspaper is sublect to the Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968 which makes it illegal to advertise any preference, limitation, or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex or national origin, familial status or handicapped or an Intention to make any such preference, limitation, or discrimination. This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. 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