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Strikers close meat plant again AUSTIN, Minn. (AP) - Striking meatpackers barricaded entrances to Hormel's flagship plant with their cars Friday, forcing the facility to close in what the sheriff called a display of' 'mob rule.'' The shutdown, two days after National Guard troops were withdrawn from the plant, followed a raucous predawn rally by more than 400 strikers and out-of-town supporters. They wanned themselves around fires in oil drums, screamed epithets and taunted workers attempting to enter the building. "We've got a situation, at least in that area, where we've got mob rule, and to me that's abhorrent to everything this country stands for," said Mower County Sheriff Wayne Goodnature. He said he asked Gov. Rudy Perpich to send the National Guard back to the plant to quell the disturbance, but the governor refused. "Responsibility is squarely on the governor's shoulders," Goodnature said. Gerry Nelson, the governor's press secretary, said, "I think the sheriff's comments are somewhat overstated. Nothing particularly violent happened." Paul Tschida, state public safety commissioner, said he advised Perpich not to order the Guard to the plant even though Goodnature, police Chief Don Hoffman and Mayor Tom Rough told him they felt the strikers posed "a definite threat to life and safety. "It is my personal view the guard is not needed," Tschida said. Goodnature said law enforcement officers did not attempt to remove the barricade because they did not want to "shed the kind of blood that would have been shed." A woman attempting to scale an eight-foot chain link fence to report for work was hauled down by strikers, but two Hormel security officers came to her aid and helped her over the fence and into the plant. A double line of vehicles blocked the north entrance to the plant. Metal spikes were scattered on a freeway ramp to shred the tires of workers attempting to enter, Goodnature said. The demonstration was the first major disturbance at the plant since Jan. 23, when nine strikers and their supporters were arrested during an auto blockade of Interstate 90. "We think it's a sorry state of affairs when the local union gets together to blockade city streets, resulting in the shutdown of the plant and thereby keeping people from coming to work," said Deryl Arnold, manager for the Geo. A. Hormel & Co. plant. "As a result of their actions, they're trampling all over the rights of everyone but themselves." He said "only a few" workers managed to enter the plant. "At this point we'll have very limited operation, if any," he said. "It will have to be termed a complete blockade." Connecticut legislators prepare for their jail "sentence." Legislators volunteer for 30 hours in jail HADDAM, Conn. (AP) — Nine state legislators and an aide were strip-searched, fingerprinted and deloused Friday at the 131-year- old city jail, then locked in cramped celi for what their jailers promised would be a humilating experience. No charges were filed against the lawmakers and the legislative staff member who joined them in jail. Their 30-hour sentences were voluntary. The Criminal Justice Education Center, a Hartford-based, nonprofit research group, invited the 187 members of the General Assembly to spend part of the weekend in the jail. The idea is so they can make "more informed decisions" about crime legislation, said Sherry Haller, the center's executive director. "In my mind, I'm here as a presentence inmate, I don't have enough money to post bond, I'm from a poor family and I have to stay here until my trial date," said Rep. Lynn Taborsak, one of three women legislators to accept the invitation. "I'm doing it to sensitize myself to prison conditions," Taborsak said. "I hope they are going to try and simulate what it's really like." Taborsak's weekend jailers plan to give the lawmakers a taste of some of the more unpleasant experiences real prisoners go through, Haller said. A knife has been planted in one cell, and the unlucky prisoner in whose cell it is found will be given a disciplinary hearing and some time in segregation, she said. All the prisoners also will undergo a shakedown, when guards will tear their cells apart looking for contraband. "All of it is very intimidating and very humiliating," said Haller, who went through a simu- lated lock-up in 1974. "It doesn't take you very long to stop thinking it's a game. "It's not identical, but it's as close to the real thing as you can get during a short period of time." The jail hasn't held prisoners since 1969. The state Department of Corrections trains prison workers at the jail, renamed the Connecticut Justice Academy. Robert Brooks, a retired corrections department official who will debrief the legislators today after their release, said many people come out of the simulated lock-up feeling a combination of humiliation and outrage. "In some ways, the experience is tougher, in some ways it's more tense than (an inmate) would encounter going into one of our correctional facilities for a couple of days," Brooks said. Prisoners usually are not held in their cells 24 hours a day, but the legislators will spend nearly all their time in their 8-foot-by-5- f oot cells, Brooks said. The legislators' moods ranged from nervous apprehension to excitement before being led away for processing. Taborsak said she was looking forward to testing the system, to seeing how far she could push the guards, who usually work at other state prisons. Rep. William Dyson acknowledged he was a bit nervous. Dyson spent time in jail in 1960 after being arrested in South Carolina during a civil rights protest. A handful of people from an anti-drunken driving group stood outside the granite prison Friday to protest an experiment they perceived as overly sympathetic to criminals. "They're going to come out with the view that 'Gee, prison isn't a nice place to be,' " said James Ricci, a member of Remove Intoxicated Drivers. Cancer victim's gift to provide free screenings in Washington WASHINGTON (AP) — A $500,000 bequest from a longtime Washington resident who died of cancer is providing free cancer screenings for every interested resident of the city, where more people per capita die of the disease than in any state in the country. "Our purpose is to screen people without symptoms of cancer," said Lois Callahan, a spokeswoman for the American Cancer Society. "When these are caught in the earliest stage, we have the best chance for cure." Money for the testing program came from a $2.3 million bequest by the late Army Col. Rene R. Studler, a 40-year Washington resident, to the society, Callahan said. Studler, an enthusiastic horseman and former executive vice president of the Washington International Horse Show, died of cancer on Aug. 6, 1980, at Sibley Hospital. Studler, who had no living relatives, left the money in memory of his late wife, Mildred. The local chapter of the cancer society received $1.4 million, 60 percent of the bequest. The national organization gets the rest. District of Columbia residents, regardless of income, can undergo free tests for cancer of the breast, colon and rectum, mouth and throat, prostate, testes, and cervix at three participating hospitals, Callahan said. The hospitals will bill the cancer society for the examinations at roughly one-third the usual rate. The society also is providing at no charge mammograms, breast x-rays that can detect cancer in its earliest stages, at three additional centers. Women must be referred by their physicians to be eligible for the mammograms. "This is for early detection only," Callahan stressed. "We don't want anyone who is symptomatic." The cancer society will be keeping track of the test results to see if the early detection campaign has any success in reducing the city's cancer mortality rate, she said. The District of Columbia has a cancer death rate of 309 cases per 1,000 people, the highest in the United States, according to statistics provided by the National Cancer Institute. Rhode Island ranks second and Florida third. "We have been trying through awareness campaigns to make people aware that early detection can improve mortality rates," Callahan said. The cancer society hopes to use data gathered through the testing program to pinpoint reasons for the high cancer death rate. Artificial heart patient gets human heart MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Mary Lund, the first woman to receive an artificial heart, was given the heart of a teen-age girl Friday to replace the mechanical pump that has kept her alive for 45 days, authorities said. After the operation, Lund, 40, was recovering in the intensive care unit of Abbot Northwestern Hospital, where she was listed in critical, but stable condition, said spokeswoman Megan O'Hara. "We don't expect her to awaken until tomorrow morning," O'Hara said. The donor organ, which became available Thursday night, was flown to the Twin Cities on a private jet from Billings, Mont., where the 14-year-old girl died. It was then taken by helicopter to Abbott Northwestern, where surgery began about 11:30 a.m. and was completed later in the afternoon, said O'Hara. Lund, a nursing home secretary from Kensington, received a smaller version of the Jarvik-7 heart on Dec. 18 after her own heart was damaged, apparently by a virus. This week was the "optimal time" for Lund to receive a human heart, said Dr. Frederick Gobel. "We think that prolonging the time for transplantation will increase the risk of her developing serious infections or blood clots," he said Monday. Lund was "feeling good, very anticipatory" before the surgery, and her husband, DuWayne, was at the hospital with other relatives, Small said. The donor heart came from Jyna Marie Forshee, who suffered from epilepsy and died Thursday after having a seizure, said Joanne Dodd, a spokeswoman for Deaconess Medical Center in Billings. Jyna had been on life- support systems. "I think it's great that such a wonderful thing could come out of such a tragedy," said her mother, Jewell Forshee. The Salina Journal Saturday, February 1,1986 Page 18 Classified Advertisements DIAL 823-6363 Or write PO B,ox 740, Salina, Kans. 67402 10 Words Minimum, $1.50 Minimum Charge 1 time, per word 15' 3 times, per word 35' SO' 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 IS' per word or $9.00 per col. inch per day on weekdays, $9.60 per col. inch on Sundays. 7 times, per word 52' 31 times, per word $1.93 Cash with order -t f\O/ SAVES YOU IU /O (Plus the 50' handling charge, for ads placed 3 days or more.) (Add 4 words for Blind Box Number) 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 279. Business Opportunities 285. Loans-Insurance 289. Wanl To Buy 295. Good Things To Eal 299. Musical Instruments 305. Wearing Apparel 3)1. Miscellaneous 335. Rummage-Garage Sales, Flea Markets 339. Anliques Coins-Stamps 345. Furniture 8< Appliances 349. Air Conditioning-Heating 355. TV Radio Stereo 359. Business Equipment, Compulers 365. Building Materials, Tools 369. Conslruction Equipment 375. Flowers, Plants, Trees 379. Pel Stock & Supplies 395. Farm Equipment 399. Farmers Wants & Services 405. Seeds. Feeds, Fertilizers 409. Livestock & Supplies 415. Poultry 8, Supplies 429. Public Auctions 433. Sale Dates 475. Furnished Apartments 477. Furnished Houses-Duplexes 479. Sleeping Rooms 481. Unfurnished Apartments 463. Unfurnished Houses-Duplexes 585. Room Mates 589. Houses-Lots For Sale 593. Wanl To Renl 599. Investment Property 68). Business Buildings, Sale-Rent 683. Business Property For Sale 685 Office Space 687. Real Estate (out of town) 689. Garages-Parking Lots 691. Farms and Farmland 693. Real Estate Wanted. Exchanged 729. Sporting Goods 733. Boats, Marine Supnlies ?1S. Alrplinti 737. Mobile Homes 739, Campert & Tralleri 761. Auto Services, Parts 763 Motorcycles-Bicycles 765. Car, TrucK Rentals 767. Cars 8, Trucks Funeral Directors A, Monuments In Memoriam Card o( Thanks Amusements. Events Personals Special Notices Lodges Clubs Lost Found Strayed Schools-Instructions Alterations & Sewing Appliance-TV Repair Baby Silting Beauty & Barber Shops Bicycle Repair Bookkeeping Taxes Carpentry & Masonry Cleaning Clocks-Watches-Jewelry Electric Service & Motors Furniture Repair Glass & Glazing Heating & Refrigeration Hearing Aid/Supplies Laundry-Dry Cleaning Lawn & Garden Care Lawn Mowers & Engines Luggage-Purses Leather Nursing Rest Homes Moying-Slorage Office Machinery & Equipment Odd Jobs Painting & Papering Pest Control Photography Piano Tuning & Repair Plumbing Sewer Service Roofing Shoe Repair Trash Hauling & Cleanup Tree Trimming-Removal- Spraying Upholiler ing-Carpeting Draperies Mlictllineoui Strvlcai Word Processing Special Interest To Women Cale, Motel Help Help Wanted Salespeople Wanted Employment Opportunities Situations Wanted Funeral Directors & Monuments 11 BRONZE MARKERS. If your cemetery requires BRONZE, see us before you make your purchase. MEMORIAL ART CO., Inc. 1408-10 823-2981 Amusements, Events 25 TURKEY SHOOT. Beech Gun Club. Sunday, February 2,12:00 noon. Trap loads only. Personals 29 DRINK AND Eat your way to a better feeling about your health, friends and security the Herbal Way. Ask me how I Debbie, 825-1011. PARENTS WITHOUT Partners, Chapter 201. Call 827-4433 for Information. PREGNANCY UNPLANNED? Birthright cares. 1414 South Santa Fe, 823-3113. Free tests. Confidentiality. NEW CREDIT Cardl No one refused. VISA/Mastercard. Call 1-619565-1657.24 hours. DARLING, MEET me at the Union Station Cafe for a K.C. Sirloin Steak, they're only S3.25 this week. INTERESTED IN "Discovering China"? June 23-July 14.825-5985. HAPPY BIRTHDAY Susie Berry, the big 30 Special Notices 35 LOSE WEIGHT the Herbal Way Proven 100% Safe and Effective. Krlsty. 823-3889. KANSAS'S FUNNIEST banquet entertainer I Comdedlan-Maglclan, Rex Getz. Manhattan, 913-776-0846. NOTICE Classified Ad Deadlines 11:00 AM 2 Days before insertion for Display Classified. llam Thursday for Sunday 4 pm Friday for Tuesday. Ads over 'A page 1 day earlier than above. The deadline for WANTADS and deleting want ads before normal expiration 1:00 PM day before Insertion. 10 am Friday for Saturday 1 pm Friday for Sunday. 1 day earlier than above when holidays are Involved. The Salina Journal reserves the right to edit, reject, re- classlfy, or refuse any copy. Lost-Found-Strayed 45 LOST: WHITE, male Persian cat, wearing blue collar and red tag. Last seen on Somerset Circle In Hollyb rooke. Reward. Call 825-2570. LOST: St. Christopher medal and chain. Inscription, 'To Jay, Love Susan'. 825-8503. Reward. Schools-Instructions 49 CAREER EDUCATION - choose from 9 career programs. You deserve the best. Call Brown Mackle College. 1913) 825-5422. Schools-Instructions 49 PIANO LESSONS. All levels, $5 per lesson. 825-7569. Help Wanted 249 ADMINISTRATOR OPPORTUNITY- A licensed Adult Care Home Administrator Is needed In Lincoln, Kansas for a 73 bed ICF. Competitive salary and flexible benefit plan offered. Apply now to |oln a quality facility with an excellent reputation. Send resume and references to Mid-America Health Centers, 400 Board of Trade Center, 120 South Market, Wichita. Kansas 67202. FOOD PRODUCTION Manager. Established restaurant In Salina look- Ing for experienced person to work Into position of responsibility. Morn- Ing and evenings necessary. Paid vacation, insurance and chance for further advancement accompanies rigorous routine. Send resume to Sam Enterprises Inc., P.O. Box 6193, Salina, Kansas. Equal Opportunity Employer. ST. JOESEPH Hosptlal, Concordla, KS Is taking application for a certified respltory therapist or a register res- pltory therapist to provide clinical services. This Is a full-time position with competatlve salary and excellent fringe benefits. Contact Personnel Office, St. Joeseph's Hospital, 1100 Highland, Concordla, KS 66901. EOE M/F/H. DIRECTOR OF Laboratory/Chief Medical Technician. Immediate opening for an aggressive Individual to oversee the functions of the department. Previous hospital experience required. Located 60 miles northeast of Wichita. For further Information call Paul Wilson, Adminls- trator, St. Luke Hospital, 316-382-2179. JIM PALMER'Trucking Is looking for experienced over-the-road drivers to run team out of the Salina, Kansas area. Qualifications: 25 years of age or older, three years over-the-road experience, a clean driving record. We offer full benefits plus top pay. For more Information call 1-800-548-3110 ask for Dean. THOMPSON BROTHERS Inc. of Kansas City needs person with good, reliable dlesel tractor to pull 45' frailer from Concordla to Topeka, Kansas 7 nights a week. Will start March 1,1986. Must be at least 23 years old with a good driving record. If Interested call Dan at 913-321-3422 between 9am-3pm Monday thru Friday. FULL-TIME Medical Assistant. Opening for person with nursing or other medical background. Experienced In assisting doctor with patients In special tests, scheduling appointments and keeping medical records. Send resume to Box J-155, Salina Journal, P.O. Box 740. SURROGATE MOTHERS needed. Bring |oy 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 ten months. Call 913-233-1344. Hagar In- stltute, Topeka, Kansas. Prescription For Household Clutter TAKE ONE CLASSIFIED AD ...THEY WILL CALL YOU IN THE MORNING Help Wanted 249 SURROGATE MOTHER NEEDED. Bring foy fo a childless couple. Artificial Insemination. Must be healthy, over 21, given birth to healthy child- (ren). Medical expenses ($850/month) paid for ten months. 913-233-1344. Hagar Institute,Topeka, KS. EXPERIENCED GENERAL Motors Technician. Knowledgeable on engine manual transmission and final drive assemblies. Aggressive small town multi-line GM dealer. Phone 913472-3101 ask for Jeff Holm or Jeff Hoffman. EASY ASSEMBLY workl $600 per 100. Guaranteed payment. No experience/no sales. Details send self- addressed stamped envelope: Elan Vital- 836, 3418 Enterprise Road, Ft. Pierce. Florida 33482. SALINA NURSING CENTER Is now hiring CERTIFIED MEDICATION AIDES for 3pm-llpm and 11pm-7am shifts. Apply in person only, 1007 Johnstown, between 8:30am-4pm, Monday thru Friday. WE HAVE AN OPENING for weekend route person to work 5 hours on Saturday and occalsonal Sundays. Must have steady work record. Apply in person to The Landes Companies at 2948 Arnold Avenue. EXPERIENCED CONTINUITY WRITER for radio station. Include samples of work with resume. Write: Box Y-914, Salina Journal. P.O. Box 740, Salina, KS 67402-0740. EOE RECEPTIONIST: GOOD personality, telephone etiquette essential. Must have experience with small office equipment, typewriter, 10-key etc. Apply in person, Flower Aviation, 2524 Heln, Salina. SECRETARY: Postlon requires knowledge of double entry, bookkeeping, and capability to type 60 words per minute. For appointment call 827-7244. A.H. Leckband i. Co., CPA, Chartered, Salina, Kansas. NOW HIRING: Waiters and waitresses, public and private, day hours and evening hours. Apply In person at Gutierrez Restaurant, 1935 South Ohio. EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER/ CLERICAL person. Full-time position. Typing, telephone, 10 key. Apply In person, Salina Area Chamber of Commerce, 115 West Iron. RADIO ACCOUNT Executive with minimum 2 years experience. Preferably RAB trained. Send resume to: KNNN Radio, Box 1280, Salina, KS 67402-1280. EOE. INCOME OPPORTUNITY. Assemble products at home. No experience. Details. Call 1-813-545-8726. Ext. 365. WANTED: COCKTAIL Waitress, part-time work, starting minimum wage. Call 825-9537 or apply In person after 5pm, Sale Barn. PERSON TO clean rental unltsafter tenants vacate. Continued work for capable party. Apply 112 Hays Court. Help Wanted 249 FULL-TIME DAY waitress or cook and full and part-time evening waitress and cook. Applications will be taken at Broadway Plua Hut. DRIVEWAY SALESMAN, must be honest, dependable and have mechanical ability. Apply In person, 9am- 2pm, Ramada 66,1945 North 9th. FULL-TIME SECRETARY- Typing and computer skills preferred. Send resume to P.O. Box 1666, Salina, Kansas 67402-1664. WANTED: OLDER road-wise drivers for Van Division. 48 states. D.O.T. qualified with 2 years In last 5 years verlflble experience. 827-2185. BENEFITS AVAILABLE for full time assistant In doctor's office. Will train responsible person. Write: Box Y-915, Salina Journal, P.O. Box 740. CERTIFIED GERATRIC aides. Apply at Kenwood View Nursing Homes, 825-5471. EOE. WANTED: FULL-TIME, llpm-7am RN's. Contact, Beth Wllle at Plalnvllle Rural Hospital, 434-4553. BAHAMA MAMA Looking for weekend waitress help. Excellent starting pay. Apply to: 245 North 5th, 627-2176 Salespeople Wanted 265 EXTREMELY HIGH Income potential. Battery firm look- Ing for Individual to sell batteries In the Salina and surrounding area. Call 913-347-0057. Business Opportunities 279 550+ CERAMIC molds, large var- Ity, popular brands. Mixer-pouring table, electric wiring supplies, decals, paint, greenware, 2 adding machines, air brush with compresser, table, chairs, paint shelf, mold belts, paper shredder, and more. All for SS,550.913243-3407, Aurora. LEASE: RESTAURANT/Lounge, 100 plus gross potential, excellent ' condition, fully equipped. Interstate hlway In Ft. Rlley area. Liberal convenient terms. Attached fo 64 room motel. 913-238-5147, 816-221-0551. MOTEL: 21 Unit In Salina, Includes real estate, furniture, fixtures, and equipment. Low Interest assumable loan to qualified buyers. Call Carol or Don at Realty Associates, 827-0331. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY: $1,000 a month Includes bonus car, unlimited potential. 825-2936,827-7874. Loans-Insurance 285 NO PAYMENTS? We buy defaulted and delinquent second mortgages. 913462-6556, ext. 35,6-10pm. Good Things to Eat 295 10-oz. KC Sirloin Steak, 13.25. Full Dinners. Union Station Cafe, 719 Bishop. PLEASE CHECK YOUR AD! The Salina Journal Classified Department makes j every effort to avoid errors, but when we handle' hundreds of ads each day, most ordered by tele-' phone, mistakes do occur. Please check your ad the first day of publication ' and call before 10:00 am that day for any needed Corrections (1:00 pm Friday for Sunday correction). • 'We can then give you the necessary credit and cor- " rect your ad for the earliest possible edition. The | Salina Journal regrets that we cannot be respon- M sible for any errors beyond the first day If you fall • to tell us about It. | CLASSIFIED AD DEPT. (913) 823-6363 mmmmmmpmmmmm. I I .J Business, Personal and Professional SPECIAL SERVICES In Easy-To-Find Alphabetical Order. Alterations a Sewing 55 ALTERATIONS: PANTS, coats, lapels, zippers, dresses, skirts, lined coats. Monday- Friday, 9am-6pm, 8271384. SEWING, MENDING and alterations, shortening skirts and pants. 825-4737. ALTERATIONS, MENDING -Any kind, Zippers, pants, skirts. Neat work. 823-8056. IRONING AND Minor alterations done In my home. 825-1911. Baby Sitting Child Care 65 KRISTY'S KIDDIE KARE has full time openings. Licensed, references, lots of TLC. 823-3889. REGISTERED SITTER would like to babysit. Reliable and reasonable. 823-9329. LICENSED DAYCARE Provider has openings. Sunset area. 5:30am- 11pm. No welfare. 827-4966 REGISTERED YOUNG Grandmother with references wants to care for newborn babies, 133 North College, 827-7990. Carpentry a Masonry 85 DIEHL CONSTRUCTION, Ronnie and Jerry. Basement walls and foundation repaired or replaced; Landscaping to stop water from running In leaking basements; Oeadmans Installed In leaning walls; Underground lawn watering systems Installed. Concrete driveways, patios, sidewalks; Roofing siding, fences built, framing, drywall, texturing, cabinets, paneling, plumbing, electrical, etc. Pictures and references of previous |obs. Over 20 years experience. Free estimates and financing available. Licensed, bonded and Insured. Senior Citizen discounts. 913-887-3804. JERRY JOHNSON Construction: Basement walls and foundations repaired or replaced. Let us waterproof your basement. Will repair cracks to stop water leaks. Landscaping for proper water drainage. Concrete driveways, sidewalks, and patios Installed. Pictures of previous |obs with excellent references. Quality work with financing available. Over 22 years experience. Licensed, bonded and Insured. 913-823-7791. RITEWAY DRYWALL and Construction Company has the best rates for your remodeling needs. 14 years experience In drywall, concrete, room additions, all phases of construction. 827-9720, ask for Larry. REPAIR ON cracked or bulging basement walls and foundation. Cement block laying and concrete work. Licensed and bonded. Free estimates. Gilbert Ruhkamp, 623-2069. CONCRETE WORK, any type. Basement walls repaired. Licensed, bonded. Free estimates. Jess Wilbur, 823-8886. G & G CONSTRUCTION. Concrete, carpentry, roofing work. Remodeling and new construction. Insured, II- censed, and bonded. 825-0115,823-8862. KEVIN TURNER, Construction. Remodeling, repair, trimming, custom built cabinets. Quality work with references. 827-5122. CONCRETE, CARPENTRY and excavation work for residential or commercial. Fre« estimates. Call Matt hew at 823-8603. CONCRETE WORK, basement wall? repaired. Licensed, bonded, Insured. John W. Holcom, 913-827-5112 after 5pm. JACK KERBY, drywall, remodeling, concrete, roofing, 28 years experience. Licensed, bonded, Insured. 823-5476. SHEETROCK, TEXTURING, home remodeling or repairs and gutter work. Reasonable rates. Free estimates call 625-7535. CONCRETE WORK, any type, residential and commercial, licensed and bonded, 23 years experience, 823- Carpentry ft Masonry 85 HEITSMAN'S DRYWALL, carpets and vinyl floor Installation. 823-7084 or 823-6079. ARITSITC CONCRETE, Inc. Patio, driveways, sidewalks, flatwork. 25 years experience. 827-1630. Carpentry t Masonry 85 BASEMENT WALL • Repair. Call 825-0067after6:30pm. Cleaning 89 WINTER SAVINGS on carpet cleaning and housecleanlng. McGlnley Carpet Cleaning, 827-9963. HOUSE CLEANING Done. Dependable, hard-working, young woman. Reasonable rates. 825-6644. HOUSECLEANING FOR working people. Honest, dependable, ex- perlenced, references. Call 827-7346. I CLEAN houses and businesses, have excellent references. Phone 8257677. CARPET CLEANING CARPET-PRO 625-2627 PAT'S ABOVE average cleaning. Great references. 823-3574. SERVICEMASTER Quality Assured Master-maids - 825-6761 Furniture Repair 105 FURNITURE REFINISHING, repairs. Free estimates, pickup/delivery. 823-8935 after 4pm. Lawn Mowers & Engines 135 SMALL ENGINE REPAIR. Fast, quality service. Call 825 9092. Dennis' Marine Service, 1200 North 9th. Moving-Storage 149 MINI WAREHOUSES and outdoor trailer storage. All concrete construe- tlon. SAFE. Call 823-6003. MINI AND Commercial Storage, 25 sizes, three locations, 24 hour access, 823-7838, If no answer 823-6882. CONVENIENT SALINA location. Store car, boat or RV for as low as S25. Please call 825-2221. MINI STORAGE, many sizes, 24 hour access. 2141 Centennial. 825-2134. Odd Jobs 159 NEED JOBS Done? Large or small. Reasonable rates. Call 823-1347. Painting ft Papering 165 WALLPAPERING, PAINTING, Sheetrock work, basements finished, carpentry. 19 years. Salina area. 8274966. QUALITY WORKMANSHIP. Painting and paper hanging. References. Free estimates. 827-6634. Plumbing-Sewer Service 186 FULLER'S SEPTIC Tank Service septic tanks and lateral lines Installed and repaired, commercial and resl- dentlal pumping. 823-5295,823-3564. Tree Trimming- Removal-Spraying 205 HEART TREE Service and Stump Removal. Dry firewood. 823-2198. Upholstering- Carpetlng-Draperles 209 FURNITURE UPHOLSTERED. Samples, free estimates, experienced. Jerry's Upholstery. 825-8559. Word Processing 219 PROFESSIONAL RESUME Consultation and Preparation, word processing. Data Print, 825-6726. PROFESSIONAL RESUMES. Word processing, mailings. Reasonable rates. The Printed Word, 825-068?-.

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