The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 31, 1986 · Page 23
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To Itemize, Or Not to Itemize... We have the answer to that question and many more concerning your income taxes. Bather than trying to puzzle out the complicated tax laws and procedures, let our professionals prepare your taxes competently and accurately, andbe assured of getting the maximum benefits. Olson Accounting & Tax Service 234 N. Seventh, Salina 825-8865 Beloit 738-2607 Concordia 243-2441 /Sand (Continued from Page N4) knelt in prayer before the sand on Christmas Eve. Kraus feels the same reverence for his work. When it is gone, he thinks of it not as being destroyed, but retrieved, nature as his partner, not enemy. "You know you're just borrowing this from her for a few hours or days," he said. Kraus climbed into a bulldozer and took the Madonna down himself because "I thought I'd be more humane." He limits major castle construction to a couple of times a year, usually a commissioned work at Christinas and the annual Labor Day invitational he stages on a San Diego beach as a gift to his hometown. Preparations for the Labor Day extravaganza usually begins months earlier, with negotiations for beach permits, arrangements for liability insurance and extensive historical research. Kraus is thinking about doing the Vatican this year. Construction is no simple matter of CA.SEUEX-OWMR SFEOA1IZING IN CUMMM ENGMES MINOR « MAJOR REPAIR FAIR . REUABUE KRVKt • FRU EfTMMM tocAno IN uuawooo iNoutnML .HUKIUUXNOC . 827-9215 Winter Qeananoe 40%50% Off Fall and Winter Fashions KID§ ETCETERA 150 S. Santa Fe Hours: Mon.-Sat. 10-5 styrofoam-cup turrets and moats etched with an index finger. His sun-burnished hands excitedly carving the air, Kraus spent 20 minutes explaining how he starts with a volcano of sand and fills it with 100,000 gallons of seawater from irrigation pumps, then compresses the mixture into a mound. Detail work is done with masonry tools, trowels, small shovels and kitchen knives Kraus has fashioned into chisels. A plastic ice-cream scoop is a favorite tool, ideal for onion domes. Delegating tasks for the Labor Day project, Kraus becomes something of a despot, king of his sand hill. He plans where each turret and staircase and wall will go, insisting on historical accuracy. He asks those working with him "to confine their thought process to the project, to sculpting and the historical significance" and he stomps his size 9% foot on construction that doesn't meet his standards. There are lessons to be learned from sand castles, Kraus said. "If we rid our consciousness of the idea that everything lasts forever, we come to grips with the philosophy that something that begins and ends in a day is perhaps a way to measure life." Fear of spys ends cereal plant tours BATTLE CREEK, Mich. (AP) Kellogg Co. will end its 80-year-old tradition of plant tours, which has allowed millions of people to witness the birth of a corn flake, for fear some visitors might steal the company's new cereal-making technology. The company will end the tours April 11 following a $500 million plant modernization, Vice Chairman Robert L. Nichols said Tuesday. An estimated 6.5 million people have watched the making of Kellogg's Corn Flakes and other cereals since the company began the tours in 1906. Last year, the cereal maker was host to 260,000 people, the company said. Corporate spies have been among the visitors on at least two occasions, said Kellogg spokesman Joseph M. Stewart. The company tried to scrap the tours in 1981, but dropped the idea after a public outcry. Bonnie Telder, head of the Greater Battle Creek-Calhoun County Visitor & Convention Bureau, said she was surprised by the move. "That has been our main destination" for tourists, she said. "It will affect our individual market." Salina YMGA Stingray Swim Team You are invited to attend the U.S.S. Midwestern Swim Meet, February 1 st and 2nd, South High at 8:30 a.m. THE SWIM TEAM APPRECIATES THE SUPPORT OF THESE LOCAL MERCHANTS AND INDIVIDUALS! Evans Grain Company Red Coach Inn KSAL MarketAide Green Lantern McDonald's Gary and Mary Ellen Ray K-Bob's Steak House ComputerLand The Ryan Family Burger King Big Cheese Pizza Designs by Cunningham Gary and Darlene Gardiner School Specialty K-Mart Exllne, Inc. Village Inn Mid-America Awards Lewis J. LaPlerre, Jr. O.D. Mid Stale Mall Merchants Starlight Skating Rink The Brown Mackle College Bigge-Moos Chapel Funeral Home First Bank and Trust Co. Planters Bank and Trust Co. Chris and Julie Gardiner Mutual of Omaha Gordon and Mary Anne Gardiner Gary L. Harbin, M.D., P.A. Dams and Jennifer Larson shorts Connection Ken Guest, DDS onions Sunset Plaza Salina Family Physicians Bob-Rat Kwlk Print •*««»«•*•- **r********w**9 Century 21 BJ's Realty First National Bank and Trust Co. Ashlon's National Bank of America The Wells Group, Inc. Carousel Pam Hinds and Gene Hlnde The Bob Meyaenburg Family Salina Concrete Products Salina New Car Dealer Association Twin Valley Garden Center Western Slzzlin The Knit Shop Salina Appliance Showroom Gary E. O'Hara DDS National Farmers Union Insurance, People's Heritage a Federal Savings Craig Kern New Holiday Bowl Harbin Construction A.H. Leckband a Co.. CPA, Chartered Lynn Abstract Co. Salina Auto Plaza Hardee's Wonder Bread Howard Johnson nf%»vi9n«« Alco Bonanza Central Appliance Lamone Candy a Tobacco Co. BSK Prescription Shop Long's Dept. Store Pettle's Flowers Ron a Winnie Force Capitol Federal Savings Helen Knight Roger a Teddl Brent Bolen-Wood Insurance Taco-TIco George Marshall. M D Vita-Villa Acme Enterprises Hold! Gardiner Fred a Connie Trawny The Glass Shop Harry Jett DDS a Brian Schaulis DDS Dan a JoAnn Hull Stan a Tommye Sexton . Security Savings a Loan Assoc. Dan a Joan Collins Sonic Glasgow's Copy/Print Huseman Veterinary Clinic Salina Pastry Shop Warren a Jean Inskeep Bennett Pontiac Jeep a Mazda, Inc. Carol Lee Donuts The Vagabond Motel Pel Ule by Roberts Daylight Donuts Willis a Eunice Esau Dick and Wanda Anderson Food 4 Less Mark a Sherry Krehblel Home Cable, Inc. Food Barn Don a Carolyn Lagerberg The Wallace Companies Kids Etc. Yard Gram Professional Specialties, Inc. The Flower Nook Mr. a Mrs. Robert Rollins Patricia L Cardinal Sub a Stuff Denny a Dabby Coellner Max McCllntock Realty Co. Carol's Decor Donald a Margery Good Norton, Wasserman, Jones a Kelly Reo.lna's Hair Care Frank a Alice Marks Mr. a Mrs. Charles Howlaon Karmelkom Ed a Barbara Marks Quik Print Mike Herwlg R-PCA LeRoy a Diana Davis Abe Holzmelster Building lone reminder of POW camp OWATONNA, Minn. (AP) - A little known relic of World War II stands desolate and deteriorating amid brush and rubble a short distance from Interstate 35 at the north edgeofOwatonna. The two-story frame structure was once the mess hall for German prisoners of war who occupied POW Branch No. 5 and worked in various forms of food production during the waning years of the war. The mess hall is the only building remaining. One large barracks burned to the ground in 1945. Tents housed many prisoners. Other buildings have simply caved in and are overgrown by weeds. The grounds had been leased from the Cashman Estate. Few residents of Owatonna today even know that the camp ever existed. Only a handful can recall any contact with the camp or the occupants. The Owatonna branch camp, which opened in April 1944, was one of a dozen in Minnesota. It held anywhere from 57 to 273 German prisoners, depending on the time of year. Most of the captives were reassigned in winter when farm and food canning work was slow. Base camp for the 1,500 German prisoners who occupied the various Minnesota camps was in Algona, Iowa, where most prisoners spent the winter months. The War Department and War Manpower Commission began setting up the POW camps in agricultural areas to relieve the crush of the demand for foodstuffs amid a manpower shortage with millions of men serving in the armed forces. Only about 12 American soldiers were stationed at the Owatonna camp to administer and guard it. Security was minimal because the Germans realized they had no place to go if they did escape. They worked in farm fields and at the Owatonna Canning Co. unguarded and under supervision of civilians. Karl Becker, now a retired factory worker living in Immenhausen, West Germany, recalled his days as a POW during a 1985 interview with the Owatonna People's Press. Becker, captured by the British during the Africa campaign in 1943, was transferred to American custody and found himself at a large internment camp in Concordia, Kan. The Concordia camp was used as a kind of clearinghouse for new prisoners, who were then transferred to other camps. Becker ended up in Owatonna. The only "bad incident" of his POW experience occurred in Kansas. The camp had two fences and German prisoners were playing soccer when the ball became wedged under the first fence. When one man went to retrieve it, he was shot to death by a guard. He said that one experience has not soured him on the United States or its people. The Salina Journal Friday, January 31,1986 PageNS Are You Facing "Runaway Rates" For Your Auto Insurance? CALL US FOR REASONABLE RATES A RELIABLE INSURANCE. WAITER FREDERKING 1828 I. 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Grown Gralnfed Home Cured Sliced Bacon Lean Boneless Stew Meat M.69 Smoky River Meats £ A ^ ^^ Summer Sausage. 9 Z«19 Smoky River Meats «^ ^fe^fe Ring Bologna *1.99 USDA Choice £f £• Beef SlOeS (Cut & Wrapped FREE) I • I 9 Lb. $ 1.O5 u Lb. Whole $ 2.59 Lb. Nuggets $ 2.l9 Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. (Cut & Wrapped FREE) (avg. 85-95 Ibs.) Classified ads get results. Neighb ^^ SaaThaPn SM The Entire.Salina Journal Classified Section Beginning On Page 13 DO-IT-YOURSELF IDEAS A READER SERVICE OF THIS NEWSPAPER DECORATING WITH COLLECTIBLES Don't throw it away! Turn old and discarded objects into wonderful decorator pieces for your home. Learn how to transform items such as sifters, ladles, coffee pots, cookie cutters, an old mailbox, shoe or birdcage into planters and quaint room decor. This 15- page booklet offers color pictures and step-by-step direclions to help you decorate with your collectibles. Includes special techniques for clean-up of old items. Send check to: SJ Pattern Dept. 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