The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 14, 1996 · Page 17
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 17

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, October 14, 1996
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THB SAUNA JOURNAL 1 " MONDAY', OGTOBEFM'4; 't99g 3 AT WORK FROM PAGE 2 KANSAS FINANCIAL SERVICES: Shari Walls, president, Kansas Financial Services, has attended a two-day conference in Wichita, conducted by the Life Underwriter Training Council, Bethesda, MD. The conference qualifies Walls to serve as a moderator for the LUTC Personal Retirement and Estate Planning course which is scheduled to begin the week of Oct. 14 in Salina. Approximately 14 life, underwriters from the area are expected to attend the 13-week course, which Walls will lead. The course has been approved by the Kansas Insurance Department for continuing education credit. LUTC Moderators are selected to lead classes because of their exceptional level of insurance experience and success. Walls has been in the insurance business for 19 years and is a member of the Salina Life Underwriters Association. PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE AND FINANCIAL SERVICES: Archie R. Riggs, Prudential Insurance and Financial Services, 645 E. Crawford, was awarded the Sales Leader of the Month for the month of August 1996 at the staff meeting of the Great Plains District in Hutchinson. The Great Plains District is made up of offices in Beloit, Salina, Hutchinson, Great Bend, Colby and Wichita. HAMPTON, ROYCE, EN- 6LEMAN & NELSON: Clarence L. "Clancy" King, Jr., of Hampton, Royce, Engleman & Nelson, L.C., of Salina, was a participant in "The Masters in Trial" sponsored by The Foundation of the American TIGER PAW XT1T MI-seasMttdlab The aggressively responsive, all-season, steel-belted radial with road-hugging performance and super-smooth ride. Bengtso Tire *" Wood Unfinished Products Furniture ON SALE NOW • Chairs • Stools • Book Shelves • Entertainment Center BOSTER LUMBER CO. 1210 W.Crawford Salina __ 827-3618 Board of Trial Advocates ("ABO- TA"). The program was presented in Columbus, Ohio, on Sept. 6. "The Masters in Trial" is a full-blown trial demonstration designed to teach advocacy and persuasion. It is a complete trial with a real jury, presiding judge, witnesses, experts, seasoned lawyers and courtroom visuals. The jury deliberations are broadcast live to the audience so they can see and hear what motivates a jury. King is a past national president of ABOTA, as well as a president of the Kansas Chapter. He has served on ABOTA's Executive Committee and is currently on the Board of Directors. "The Masters in Trial" program has been presented in Atlanta, Georgia; Kansas City, Mo.; Washington, D.C.; Dallas; New Orleans, La.; Jacksonville, Ma.; West Palm Beach, Fla.; Wichita; Omaha, Neb.; Morgantown, W.V.; Little Rock, Ark.; Des Moines, Iowa; and Charleston, S.C. King, together with other U.S. attorneys, has also participated in mock trials that were presented in Czechoslovakia, Russia, and Taiwan in 1991, 1992, and 1993. King was the 1994 recipient of the Phil Lewis Medal of Distinction Award from the Kansas Bar Association. He also received the 1995 Masters in Trial Award from the American Board of Trial Advocates. King has general practice at Hampton, Royce, Engleman & Nelson, L.C., with emphasis in trial practice, major litigation, and professional malpractice. KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY: Several members of the Kansas Wesleyan University faculty have been busy participating in lectures and activities related to their academic fields. • Dr. Luke LaClaire, associate professor of psychology, presented a poster titled "Teaching Salina Appliance Showroom 740 N. Ninth, Salina • (913) 827-1420 Thurs.9-87 823-6792 1-800-563-1831 Behavior Genetics to Undergraduates" at the International Congress of Psychology in Montreal, Canada. Perspectives on psychology from around the world were shared during the six-day conference. • Joan Brewer, assistant professor of HPER, Dr. Jack Favre, associate professor of art, and Dr. Charlene Roesner, assis- tant professor of English, attended the August wrap-up meeting for the Project Partnership Grant at the new ACCK facility in McPherson. The purpose of the meeting was to exchange syl-, labi, course-planning x ideas and to summarize what was learned from the grant activities. CONTINUED TO PAGE 4 Visit our new location! 833 E. Crawford, Salina 913-827-1100 Real People. Real Deals. Ask Me For A Free Hearing Ti \ esh HEARING AIDS 827-8911 1-800-448-0215 Alan Grigsby 234 S. Santa Fe 21 Years Experience Salina 331/3% Off ChnstaasMerchandise (Wreaths, Ornaments, Trees, Stuffed Animals, Etc.) 2450 South 9th • Mid-State Mall, Salina (913) 823-9191 BELt- J?M'"PHARMACY " In Mowery Clinic 737 E. 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