The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 1, 2001 · Page 12
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' C2 TUESDAY, MAY 1, 2001 HEALTH THE SAUNAJOURNAL T LUNG DAMAGE Power of poison Carbon monoxide may help restore lungs By The Associated Press WASHINGTON — The old saying that what doesn't kill you makes you stronger may apply — in a way — to the toxic gas carbon monoxide. Long feared as a dangerous and often deadly part of pollution, inhaled carbon monoxide has been found to benefit mice with damaged lungs. The result could suggest new treatments for people following heart attack and stroke. But the toxic gas must be administered with care, and some question whether the benefits are enough to justify the potential danger. CO, a colorless, odorless component of industrial emissions, cigarette smoke and exhaust long has been known to be hazardous. It starves cells of oxygen by replacing oxygen molecules in the blood and, in sufficient concentrations, can be dead­ ly. But at lower doses, it may have therapeutic value, the new findings indicate. When mice with severe lung damage resulting from a cutoff of blood flow were given inhaled carbon monoxide, some 70 percent survived, compared to just 10 percent of mice who didn't get the CO, according to a paper in the May issue of the journal Nature Medicine. When blood flow is cut off, clots form in small blood vessels around the site. CO helps promote the clot-dissolving process, allowing blood flow to be re-established, explained Dr. David Pinsky of the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York, a member of the research team. If, after more testing, such a treatment could be used in humans, it would "likely be eminently practical and relatively inexpensive," Pinsky said. Scenarios in which low- dose carbon monoxide may be tested might include lung transplantation, stroke, heart attack, severe bacterial infections or before surgery when there might be an interruption in blood flow, such as coronary artery bypass grafting, he said. He stressed the importance of a careful monitoring system to avoid giving toxic levels of this potent gas. Christoph Thiemermann of St. Bartholomew's and the Royal London School of Medicine and Dentistry in London was more cautious. "These findings, however, do not suggest that we should rush to treat patients with acute lung injury with CO-inhalation therapy, as the dangers of CO-inhalation outweigh the benefits," Thiemer­ mann said in a commentary accompanying Pinsky's paper. • STROKE Women's heart surgery riskier Death rates higher for women who have stroke after surgery By Scripps Howard News Service Women are one-and-a-half times more likely than men to suffer a stroke after heart surgery, and the strokes also are more likely to prove fatal, researchers say The study, published today in Circulation: The Journal of the American Heart Association, followed more than 416,000 men and women who had heart surgery in 1996 or 1997. "There seems to be something about being a woman that predisposes a patient to a higher risk for stroke after heart surgery," said Dr. Charles Hogue, chief of cardiothoracic anesthesiology at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis and senior co-author of the study The researchers found that among the 32 percent of patients who were women, 3.8 percent suffered some type of neurological problem — stroke, transient ischemic attack or coma in the first few days follow­ ing surgery Among men, 2.4 percent had such problems, so the risk was 1.6 times greater for the women. In addition, the death rate after surgery was higher for women, 5.7 percent as opposed to 3.5 percent for men. Among those suffering strokes, the death rate was 32 percent for women, 28 percent for men. When investigators made statistical adjustments to control for risk factors such as high blood pressure, diabetes and smoking, women were still at about 21 percent increased risk overmen. Stroke / Caregivers struggle, too FROM PAGE CI Her husband has recovered well from his stroke and Jean, like Calhoun, looked to the bright side when talking about caregiving for him. "My husband worked on the railroad," she said. "So to me, it's been kind of nice having him around. Though it does take some getting used to, especially when it's someone like Fred." Virginia Garrison, Salina, whose husband, George, is in a wheelchair following his stroke nine years ago, said remaining somewhat independent of her husband by working in the yard and feeling free to leave the house for an hour at a time has kept her able to care for her husband. Fred Johnson also talked of the importance of not allowing the depression that is a natural side effect of a stroke to take over. "I get into a rut sometimes where I don't want to be social," he said. "A big part of my recovery is not letting my head play tricks on me like that." • Reporter Kara Rhodes can be reached at 823-6464, Ext. 167, or by e-mail at sjkrhodes® Salina Journal I Cmnecting communities with ir\formation Now On Line! http.V/ '-~ " 7-"''"" Salina, :30p.m. . Fax: •' D E A D L I N E S Classified Display Publication Ad Deadline r=on 11 a.m., Frl. Tucs 3 p.m., Frl. Wtd 11a.m., Mon. Thur .......11 a.m., Tues. Frl 11 a.m., Wed. Sat 3 p.m., Wed. Sun 11a.m., Thur. (DLBdIines may be earlier during holiday periods) Classified Line Ads New Ads, Cancellations and Corrections '(Line ads do not Include photos, borders or artwork) Publication Ad Deadline Mon 4:30 pim., Frl. Tues 1 p.m., Mon. Wed ....1 p.m., Tues. Ttiur.. Frl Sat.... Sun... ..1 p.m.. Wed. ..1 p.m., Thur. ...10 a.m., Frl. 12 p.m., Frl. QUICK FIMO INDEX i m Rpiil Estal c & Reniiils 101-1^1 v \niioimcenn 'ntJB 245 27«) Employnieiil 285-376 Merchandise & Auctions 409-077 Services 761-775 Automotive & Recreation LEGALS (First Published In The Salina Journal April 24,2001) IN THE DISTRICT COUHT OF SALINE COUNTY. KANSAS Child in need of Care Proceedings Under Chapter 38 of K.S.A. IN THE INTEREST OF K.P. (DOB 9/4/B8) CP, (DOB 7/2/90) NOTICE OF HEARING Case No, 00 CRJ 2018 00CHJ202B Children in Need of Care State if Kansas to: Kalrina Pulaski The Stale of Kansas has tiled a Petition for a Child in Need of Care with regards to K.P,, bom September 4, 1988 and CP., bom July 2, 1990, A hearing on the Petition will be heard on May 3, 2001, at 9,00 a,m,, in the District Court of Saline County, Kansas, Courtroom #308, 300 W, Ash, Salina, Kan^s, Your lailure to appear not prevent judgment by default being entered, Charles Hensley, an attorney, has been appointed as Guardian ad Litem for the child, Karen Black, Suite 202, Mariamante at Marymount, 2035 E, Iron, P.O, Box 316, Salina, KS 67401, (785) 8258261, has been appointed to represent your interests, • /$/Kristin G. Hecl( ; SC #16806 Assistant Saline County Anomey 300 W. Ash Salina, KS 67401 785/826-6580 (2lsp) (First Published In The Salina Journal April 24,2001) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF SALINE COUNTY, KANSAS Child in need of Care Proceedings Under Chapter 38 of K.S.A, IN THE INTEREST OF K,P. (DOB 9/4/88) CP. (DOB 7/2/90) NOTICE OF HEARING Case No. 00 CRJ 201B 00 CRJ 202 B Children in Need of Care State if Kansas to: Unknown Putative Father of K.P, (DOB 9/4/BB) The State of Kansas has filed a Petition for a Child in Need of Care with regards to K.P,, bom September 4, 1988 and CP,, bom July 2, 1990. A hearing on the Petition will be heard on May 3, 2001, at 9.00 a.m., in the District Court of Saline County. Kansas, Courtroom #308, 300 W. Ash, Salina, Kansas, Your failure to appear will not prevent judgment by default being entered, Charles Hensley, an attorney, has been appointed as Guardian ad Litem for the child, Betty Mick, 104 E, Iron, Salina, KS 67401, 785/8232080, has been appointed to represent your interests, /s/ Kristin G, Heck S.C. #16806 Assistant Saline County Attorney 300W. Ash Salina, KS 67401 765/826-6580 (2tsp) CALL TIFFAfiV-. LEGALS (First Published In The Salina Journal May 1,2001) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF SALINE COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter of the Marriage of Douglas B, Barksdale and OdenerC, Barksdale NOTICEOF SUIT Case No. 01 CVD 294 Pursuant to K.S,A. Chapter 60 The State of Kansas to (Mener C. Bart<sdale, respondent herein, and all other parsons who are or may be concerned; You are hereby notified thai a Petition for Divorce has been filed in the District Court of Saline County, Kansas praying that a divorce be granted to Douglas B, Barksdale, and you are hereby required to plead to the Petition on or before the 25lh day of June, 2001, in the Court at Salina, Kansas, II you fail to plead, judgment will be entered in due course upon the Petition. Douglas B. Bah<sdale Petitioner James D, Sweet, S.C. 16374 SWEET AND SHEAHON 110 South 7th P.O. Sox 813 Salina, KS 67402-0813 (785) 626-0565 Attorney for Petitioner (3tsp) (First Published In The Salina JoumalApriM7,2001) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF SALINE COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter of the Estate of Allan J, Hocking, Deceased NOTICE OF HEARING Case No, 01 P 48 The Stale of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in this court by Josephine L. Hocking, an heir of Allan J, Hocking, deceased, praying that the Foreign Will of Allan J, Hocking, deceased be admitted to probate and record in this court; that no administration of this estate is necessary; and that the property described in that petition be assigned in accordance with the temns of the Will. You are required to file your written defenses thereto on or before May 14, 2001 at 9:00 a.m. of such day in such court in the City of Salina, in Saline County, Kansas, at which time and place such cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon the petition. /s/ Josephine L, Hocking Petitioner Submitted By: Norton, Wasserman, Jones & Kelly 213 South Santa Fe P.O. Box 2388 Salina, KS 67402-2388 (785) 827-3646 Fax (785) 827-0538 By: /s/ Jason L, Reed SC #18753 Attorneys lor Petitioner {3tsp) 5 HOUSES- LOTS FOR SALE ALL NEW 1904 -Victorian 5 bed, 3 1/2 bath, new basement, 80 acres, oldhous- es ,n6t #145 785-464-3561 BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM HOME FOR SALE BY OWNER 314 SEITZ DR. • 3,159 sq. tt„ 4 bedrcram, 4 bath •Custom built In 1991 • Master Suite • Formal Dining • Dramatic Wood and Trim • Fireplace • Finished basement • Lots of closets and storage • Flowers, iruit trees and large, landscaped yard • Meatjowlark School •$199,900 Call Ron or Jane at; Days 826-8200, ext. 3332 823-6464, ext. 769 Evenings and weekends at; 452-9797 5 HOUSES- I? MANUFACTURED/i 25 UNFURNISHED I 30 UNFURNISHED I 30 UNFURNISHED I 65 OFFICE SPACE FOR YOUR^ EXT CLASSIFIED ^tJ 823-$ 5 HOUSES- LOTS FOR SALE $ 0 DOWN HOMES Government & bank foreclosures! HUD, VA, FHA. Lowr or no down! No credit needed! For listings, 1-800-3380020, Ext. 4603. I WANT TO BUY HOUSES! I PAY CAJSH! Call me, Dariell Fiest, Licensed Realtor in State of Kansas, Cell, 819-1007. Pnidentlal Brokers Realty, Salina Large ranch style home, nice neighborhood, 2 car garage, suitable for home business. Call Brian l-1augh for more details, 825-8144. NEW LISTINGS Vintage Apartment BIdg., 4 Unite On Large Lot, Generously Sized Rooms, Low$ms. Beautiful 3 Story Unbelievable Storage, Large Lot w/Mature Trees, hgrour)d Pool, Mid $300$. COLDUieLL BANKeRQ ANTRIM-PIPER WENGER, REALTORS'" An liukperKlenUr OviM nil OpwiM iltMiK 01 CokMI Bintti Rul EHW Coponto Elmore Center 631 E. Crawford 827-3641 1-800-276-3641 LOTS FOR SALE PUBLISHER'S NOTICE All real estate advertised in this newspaper Is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968 which makes it illegal to advertise any piefet- ence, limllalion, or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex or national ori- S\n; tamllial 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. Our readers are informed that all dwellings advertised In this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. '^Salina Journal MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE $49,900 Basement Ready Modular Built to UBC Code 1,400 sq.ft. 823-5271 READY TO LIVE IN 4 bedroom, 2 bath, all appliances Included. Located In Cedar Creek on the only wooded lots left. One year lot rent FREEI Won't last long at only $465 month with approved credit. Call 823-6179, 10 FURNISHED APARTMENTS RE/MAX ADVANTAGE Advantage To Youl 825-5200 South Location, all on one level, conveniently located, wronderful kitchen, newer inferior, attached garage. Call Today. <^ Prudential Brokers Realty 823-llSI FOR SALE by owner, 3 bedroom, 1 bath, new 16x22 garage. Heusner area. Call 823-7892. FREE WEEKLY LIST of Homes for Sale By Owner with prices, addresses and descriptions. 822-0777. Help U Sell of Salina Omii & Associates, Inc. Real Estate & Auctions 785-825-1316 800-499-6182 7 MANUFACTURED/ MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE DEeRPIELJ3 1 HOMES • Competitive Prices •Great Financing •Short Drive McPherson,KS 800-324-4635 NEW 3 bedroom, 2 bath, over 1,050 sq.ft., stove, refrigerator, dishwasher, TV included, central heat & air. Only $348 /month with $499 DOWN with approved credit Call 825-6523. BepDSfflart iii .i,i.iA.imiiii1ia ^1 1731N. Ninth Easy Financing No Sales Tax Free Qualifying Free Delivery & Setup 827-7056 $100 WEEKLY/ $325 monthly, all bills paid. Newly remodeled (785) 825-0026 $99 & up weekly. Village Inn, Phone, cable TV, refrigerator, microwave, 453 S. Broadway, 827-4040. 1 bedroom 130 1/2 S. SIh, $230-$250. Water/ trash paid 823-2720. 1 BEDROOM Efficiency & Studios. Laundiy. Utilities paid. No Pels. 823-9369. FiiCE i bedroom, furnished or unfurnished, laundry, some bills paid, 827-1376 SMALL i bedroom basement apartment. 333 S. 8th. All bills paid. $250 4$250 deposit. (785) 8232828. 15 FURNISHED HOUSES- DUPLEXES $70 WEEK. Clean, garage house, paridng, no pets. Shower/bath. 825-9219, 20 SLEEPING ROOMS $120 PER week. Microwave, fridge available. Salina Inn Motel 222 E, Diamond, Salina (785)827-0292 $150 PER month aiid up! (785)823-6328. $85 WEEKLY/ $300 monthly, all bills paid. Newly remodeled (785) 825-0026 BEST INN IVIotel. $79.95 & up weekly, microwave & refrigerator available. (785)452-9666. 25 UNFURNISHED APARTMENTS 1 & 2 bedrooms upstairs. Appliances, downtown, bills paid 823-1500 1 BEDROOM apartment, appliances, laundry hookups, hlo pels. 823-8862. APARTMENTS 1 BEDROOM, stove, refrigerator, central air, $285. 644 S. 9th #3.827-3979. 2 BEDROOM 4-plex, range, refrigerator, dishwasher, garbage disposal. Quiet location. $395/ month + deposit. 822-4353. 3 BEDROOM, central heat & air. $400 month. •8276934 or 823-2720. ALL BILLS paid. 1 bedroom, appliances, $225 + deposit. 827-4950. LARGE 1 bedroom apartment, 411 S. 10th, water/ trash paid, $250 month. 827-3681 days, 826-0181 evenings Rob. URGE, CLEAN 2 bedroom near Wesleyan. Off-street part<lng. (785)823-8348. PAY NO GAS BILLI On our 1 & 2 bedroom apartments. New refrigerator, stove. We pay your water/ trash & sewer. Laundiy mat & pool Included. 2140 E. Crawford. 627-5944. RENTALS AVAIUBLE 1 Bedroom apartment $302.50 2 bedroom apartment $322,50 1 bedrom - $75.00/week 2 bedroom duplex - $325. 3 bedroom mobile home $280,#40 2 bedroom home $330. Phone 827-7020 for appointment. SOUTH SALINA 2 bedroom, plush carpet, low utilities, all appliances, $395. li/lay 15-June 1. No pels. (785)825-5842: SOUTHWIND On Schilling Rd. clean modem apartments with all appliances. Low utilities, washer/dryer hookups, , water/ trash paid. No steps, no pets. 1 bedroorn $350, 1 bedroom with garage, $400 + deposit. (785)822-6884. HOUSES- DUPLEXES HOUSES- DUPLEXES 2100 SQ. ft., carpeted, curb side pari<ing in l^cPher- son. (620)241-3757. 30 UNFURNISHED HOUSES- DUPLEXES 1 & 2 BEDROOMS, newly remodeled, nice areas. No smoking/pets. 820-6135. 1 & 2 bedrooms, tiirai $295-$375. No pets. 8232720. 5. HOUSES- LOTS FOR SALE 1 & 2 bedrooms. Appliances, new carpet, air, $400 & $325. (785) 823-3352. 1 BEDROOM duplex, clean. Basement, washer/dryer hookups. $200 deposit, $300/month. (785) 8220798. 1 BEDROOM duplex, new appliances, central air, $275 + deposit,827-4950 or 822-8464. 1 BEDROOM duplex, stove, refrigerator, air, 416 Baker. $250 + deposit. (785) 823-2828. 1 BEDROOM small house, detached garage. $300/ month. 827-2447. 2 BEDROOM duplex, 1101 N, 3rd, $300-$330, Call 822-4843, 2 BEDROOM duplex, stove, refrigerator, dishwasher, air, basement. 827-8482. 2 BEDROOM duplex, upstairs, $375 + deposit. New carpet & paint. Water/ irash paid, no pets. 823-7274 or 822-8267 2 BEDROOM house, appiT ances, laundry hookups. No pets. 823-8862. 2 BEDROOM house, appii- ances, no pets, $440. 749 S.I 1th. 819-2467, local 2 BEDROOM, 1505 Cheyenne, new interior, • garage, fenced yard. Deposit & references. $375. 8254166,825-7502. 2 BEDROOM, 714 S. 11th, central heat/air, new interior, garage, deposit and references, $575. (785) 825-4186,625-7502. 2 BEDROOM, rent or sell. Central air, no pets. $230 bi-weekly, references, de- poslt, large shed 827-9076 2 BEDROOM, with appliances, $400/month, veiy clean. References. (785) 820-8200,827-3098. 3 BEDROOM house, 1700 Quincy. $500, references & deposit required. No pets. For more Inlomtation call Dan at 827-0664 or 667-4645. 3 BEDROOM, newly remodeled, central air, basement, 248 S. 3rd. 8236125, 2 BEDROOM, air, fenced yatd. Schilling area. $475 •I- deposit. (785)823-8933. '• 675 JARAN Spacious townhouse In secluded area, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living room, family room, appliances Included, laundry hookups, courtyard, carpoit, water/ trash & yard paid. No pets, $675 month. 827-6650. 833 SHERIDAN - 2 bedroom, basement, garage, fenced yard, stove & refrigerator. $425/lease deposit, year lease. 8255797. CUTE 2 bedroom home, clean. No pets. $350. References. (785)825-4994. FOR LEASE or sale, 2 bedroom house In Roxbury. (785)254-7228 after 5pm. FOX RUN AREA 2 BEDROOM: 1223 Crescent, $450. References & deposit required. For more infomnation call Linda, 825-7443, KIPP, KS large 2 bedroom, comer lot, appliances, water/trash paid 823-7525 LARGE 2 bedroom house with sun porch upstairs, 521 W. South. (785) 8250252. MINUTES FROM Salina. 2 & 3 bedroom mobile homes, water paid, no pets. (785)827-5777. NICE 2 bedroom duplex, laundry hookups, garages available. 827-1376. 35 MOBILE HOME RENTALS 2 BEDROOM trailer-Sundowner West, nice & clean. 823-2102/452-9874 40 ROOMMATES 2 BEDROOM, $225 Includes utilities, male/female 820-7838. Junel. 55 BUSINESS BUILDINGS 80 FARMS & FARMLAND 66.7 ACRES Farmland west of Salina lor cash rent. 514-3. Call Bob, 825-5403. Knowles Ranch & Country Real Estate (785) 825-6741 1-B0O-8O5-UND 161 TICKETS KC CHIEFS Elton John/Bllly Joel NSYNC-BBckstr«etBoys Final Four 1-800-867-1967... K.C. 171 SPECIAL NOTICES 5 HOUSES- LOTS FOR SALE 1 BEDROOM available May 1. Reasonable rent, good location. (7B;)li27-3359. 1 BEDROOM with all kitchen appliances furnished, waterArash paid, all electric, laundry room, no pets. (785)825-6437. HOMES OUTSIDE SALINA! 408 S. 1st, Lincoln - 2 bedrooms, main floor laundry, large lot, single car garage. $15,000. 300 E. 6th, Solomon - Large lot, central air, 3 bedrooms. $59,500. 311W. 6th, Solomon - Brlcl< ranch on 1.8 acre lot, 3 car garage/shop, 4 bedrooms, 3 baths. $99,800. Call any one of our professionals for information on how you can own! lUTiUwood XVl R«dty,Inc FOR LEASE, 748A Duvall. East 20' of building. Pari<Ing available, heat/ air, 1,000 sq. ft. Available Immediately. 913-341-6792. LEASE: 2000 sq.ft., 2 10' overhead doors, 2 offices newly remodeled. (785) 827-6191 or 825-6655. SMALL OFFici buiidini; 840 sq. ft., 213 S. 5th. (7851823-6125. 15,265 SO.FT. commercial propeity zoned 1-3, could be divided into several businesses or used for large manufacturing or warehouse. Call Dick at 785-826-5596 or Realty Associates at 827-0331. FOR RENT or sale: good usable space, good kxa- tion&$$. 641-732-3359. NOTICE OF SPECIAL lUEETING To: All Policyholders and Members of COLUMBIA MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY Notice is hereby given to tlie policyliolders and members of the above company that on May 16, 2001, at 10:00 a.m., there will be a Special Meeting for the policyholders and members of the company at the Home Office of Columbia Mutual Insurance Company, 2102 White Gate Drive, Columbia, Missouri. The purpose of this Special Meeting Is to vote upon tlie proposition of merging Great Plains Mutual Insurance Company with and into Columbia Mutual Insurance Coinpany, with Columbia Mutual Insurance company betag the surviving coiporation. Columbia Mutual Insurance Company will assume all the property and contractual rights, as well as the liabilities and obligations of Great Plains Mutual Insurance Company. Copies of the proposed Plan of Merger are available for Inspection at the Home Office of Columbia Mutual Insurance Company. liie merger will in no way interrupt your continued insurance coverage and company will continue to be operated by the same management. The equitable hiterest of each policyholder of Columbia Mutual Insurance Company shall continue uninterrupted. The Board for Directors and management of the company have recommended the merger, as it will strengthen the company's financial position and may result in substantial savings and economies of operations, Any other business, which may lawfully come before the meeting will also be considered. 245 HELP WANTED HOTEL/MOTEL $$$$ DESK CLERK $$$$ Pay equal to ability. Experience preferred. Second shift Apply In person at 222 E. Diamond Dr.

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