The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 28, 1996 · Page 10
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Salina, Kansas
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B4 MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1996 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL VGOLF Tour Championship postponed by rain Final round set for today with Lehman leading by nine shots By The Associated Press TULSA, Okla. — Tom Lehman was awakened before dawn by the rumble of thunder and the rhythm of rain against his hotel window. With a nine- stroke lead in the Tour Championship, those weren't sounds he wanted to hear. In a year in which he has emerged as one of the best golfers on the PGA Tour, Lehman is perhaps one more great round away from convincing his fellow players that he was the best of all of them in 1996. "I have a good opportunity to make a really big statement with one more good round," Lehman said Sunday when the final round of the Tour Championship was rained out and rescheduled for today. "I woke up at 4:30 when it was lightning," Lehman said. But for Lehman, who has a chance, to sweep the money title, the scoring title and both player of the year awards, there was not the slightest temptation to hope for the tournament to be shortened to 54 holes and he be declared the winner. He has something to prove. "I really think we needed to play," Lehman said. "I really do. If I win by 12 or 13 strokes, that would be pretty impressive." Lehman, who won the British Open and was second in the U.S. Open, was at a remarkable 13-under-par 197 after three rounds at Southern Hills Country Club, nine strokes ahead of Vijay Singh and Brad Faxon and 12 strokes ahead of Tom Watson, Fred Couples and Justin Leonard. Only five other players in the elite field restricted to the top- 30 money winners managed to break par for 54 holes. While Lehman stands to be the big winner, Phil Mickelson, who came into the tournament leading the money list and ahead in the points system that determines the PGA of America player of the year, stands to be the big loser. Unless Mickelson can finish no lower than tied for third — he's four strokes out of third going to the final round — Lehman will win the money title. Seniors: Charles repeats KAANAPALI, Hawaii — Bob Charles had an eagle and two birdies over the final five holes to hold off Hale Irwin and successfully defend his Kaanapali Classic title, his third since 1990. Charles' closing 2-under-par 69 gave him a 54-hole total 198 and a one- stroke victory over Irwin, who had a 70. Although he didn't win, Irwin moved past Jim Colbert in the money race on the Senior PGA place was CHARLES Tour. Second worth $77,350 and raised Irwin's winnings for the year to $1,557,344, $40,000 more than Colbert with two tournaments left on the schedule. Charles and Irwin started the final round tied at 13 under and traded leads through the first 13 holes. But a birdie by Charles at the 423-yard 13th evened the match and then the 60-year-old left-han- der from New Zealand took the lead for good with his an eagle on the 480-yard 15th, his fourth of the tournament. Charles then clinched the $97,500 first prize by draining a 65-foot birdie putt on the 155- yard 17th. With a two-stroke lead, Charles lagged his par putt on 18 within six inches and tapped in for his first victory of the year and his 23rd Senior Tour title. V AUTO RACING Hamilton provides Petty with win Petty Enterprises posts first win in 13 years; Labonte on brink of title By The Associated Press PHOENIX — Bobby Hamilton won the Dura-Lube 500 at Phoenix International Raceway on Sunday, earning his first Winston Cup victory and giving car-owner Richard Petty his first win in 13 years. With a record raceway crowd of 104,000 on its feet and shouting its approval, Hamilton's No. 43 Pontiac, decked out in the traditional Petty Blue and STP Red colors, led the final 30 laps on the one-mile oval. "We've come close before this, but we didn't quite have it together," said Petty, who was the driver when a Petty Enterprises car last won, in October 1983 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. "Today, they had it all together and this really feels good." Meanwhile, series points leader Terry Labonte was able to ignore his injured hand and drive to the brink of his second Winston Cup championship, finishing a strong third. The 1984 champion will take a 47-point lead over Hendrick Mo- torsports teammate Jeff Gordon and a 99-point margin over third- place Dale Jarrett into the season- T JUNIOR COLLEGE FOOTBALL The Associated Press Bobby Hamilton celebrates after winning Sunday's Dura-Lube 500. finale on Nov. 10 at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Labonte can wrap up the title by finishing eighth or better, no matter what his competitors do. The 39-year-old racer, who fractured the base of his left index finger in a crash during practice Friday, wore a plastic cast with a silicone pad in the palm to protect the injury. Electrodes on the front and the back of the hand kept the pain at bay. Those precautions worked well enough that Labonte was able to drive his Chevrolet from 30th place in the 44-car field to the lead on lap 196. He came out of the last pit stop second, but lost that spot, first to Hamilton on lap 270 and then to Mark Martin two laps from the end. "It didn't really bother me a whole lot," Labonte said. "Things went pretty much the way we hoped they would. Now we have to go to Atlanta and just keep doing things the way we've been doing them." Geoff Bodine gambled on worn tires and took the lead by staying on the track while the other leaders pitted on lap 260. But, unlike Ricky Rudd's similar gamble the previous week at Rockingham, N.C., this one didn't pay off. At the end, Martin's teammate Ted Musgrave trailed third-place Labonte, followed by Gordon, Bodine, Ernie Irvan and Jarrett in eighth. Hamilton, also 39, earned his first victory in his 167th career start and his second full season driving for Petty. He did it in record fashion, averaging 109.709 mph, breaking the mark of 107.463 set in 1994 by Labonte. Hamilton, who won $95,550, beat Martin to the finish line by 1.23 seconds — about 20 Crabtree sparks Coffeyville, 40-7 Wichita freshman back rushes for 284 yards, four IDs in playoff win By The Associated Press Coffeyville's J Crabtree may be a third-team running back, but he ran like a first-stringer in first- round play of the Jayhawk Community College Conference postseason playoffs Sunday. Crabtree, a Wichita native, rushed for 284 yards on 35 carries and scored on runs of 1, 2, 4 and 69 yards to move Coffeyville into the semifinals with a 40-7 victory over Highland. Coffeyville (7-1) will meet Butler County (7-2), which shut out Independence 40-0. In the other semifinal match, Garden City (8-1), which thumped Dodge City 54-0, hosts Hutchinson (7-2). Hutchinson beat Fort Scott, 38-7. The championship game is Nov. 10. Coffeyville was hurting because of ankle and shoulder injuries to the No. 2 and 4 rushers in the conference, Mike Jenkins and Derrick Foster. They didn't play against Highland, but Crabtree, who is having a good freshman season, admirably picked up the slack. Coffeyville got all 351 of its yards on the ground. Butler County quarterback Craig Strickland gained 260 yards on 11- of-21 passing, hitting Ricky Hall for TDs of 35 and 75 yards, against Independence. Garden City used most of its second team in the second half in winning easily over Dodge City. The defense had five pass interceptions, with Ramone Budgetts scoring from 20 yards and linebacker Jeff Kelly scoring from 30 yards. Hutchinson's Arland Bruce scored on runs of 11 and 16 yards and finished with 137 yards on 28 carries. Quarterback John Rapp came through in the air by completing 15-of-22 passes for 221 yards. He had two TD passes. car-lengths. NHRA: Amato wins Top Fuel POMONA, Calif. — Joe Amato became the winningest Top Fuel driver in NHRA history, and Dave Schultz clinched his sixth NHRA Winston Pro Stock Motorcycle championship at the Winston Se- .lect Finals. Amato beat Scott Kalitta for the 36th victory of his Top Fuel career. Other winners at the season-ending NHRA Winston Drag Racing Series event were John Force in Funny Car, Mike Edwards in Pro Stock and John Smith in Pro Stock Motorcycle. T VOLLEYBALL South No. 7 seed at 5A state meet By The Journal Staff The Salina South volleyball squad will be the No. 7 seed when it begins play Friday at the Class 5A State Tournament at the Kansas Expocentre in Topeka. South (21-11) will compete in Pool II along with Shawnee Mission Miege, Great Bend and Topeka Seaman. Miege, this year's No. 2 seed, had its string of four consecutive state titles snapped a year ago by Overland Park-St, Thomas Aquinas. Pool I will include top-seeded Wichita Carroll, Aquinas, Fort Scott and Wichita Campus. South will open against Miege in an 8:30 a.m. contest. The Cougars will play again at 11:30 a.m. against Great Bend and wrap up pool play with a 1:30 p.m. contest against Seaman. The top two teams-from each pool advance to Saturday's noon semifinals. The 5A third-place match will be held at 2:45 p.m., followed by the championship match at 4:15. the Salina Journal Toll Free In Kansas Call 1-800-827-6363 MasterCard Fax 913-823-3207 Publication Ad Deadline Mon , ...11 a,m:, FrI. Tues ,, .4 p.m., FrI. Wed ! 11 a .m., Mon. Thur. 11 a.m.,Tue8. Frl 11a.m., Wed. Sat 4p.m., Wed. Sun 11a.m., Thur. New Ads, Cancellations and Corrections *(Llne ads do not Include photos, •• borders or artwork) ' \" Publication Ad Deadline Mon. 10 a.m., Sat J Tues 1 p.m., Mon: Wed ...• 1 p.m., Tues, ; Thur. , 1 p.m., Wed. Frl 1 p.m., Thur.' Sat 10a.m., Frl. Sun 1 p.m., Frl. '(Deadlines maybe earlier during holiday periods) INDEX ANNOUNCEMENTS— Monuments, Funeral Directors 11 In Memoriam 15 Card of Thanks 19 Amusements, Events 25 Vacations, Resorts 27 Personals 29 Special Notices 35 Lodges-Clubs 39 Lost-Found 45 Schools-Instructions 49 SPECIAL SERVICES— Alterations & Sewing 55 Appliance Repair 59 Art Services 63 Beauty & Barber Shops 69 Bicycle-Motorcycle Repair 75 Billiards & Pool Tables 77 Bookkeeping-Taxes 79 Carpentry & Remodeling 85 Child Care & Services 87 INDEX Cleaning-Commercial, Home 89 Clocks-Watches-Jewelry 95 Electric Service & Motors 99 Fencing 103 Furniture Repair 105 Health Care 113 Hearing Aid Supplies 115 Heating & Air Conditioning 119 Insulation-Siding 121 Laundry-Dry Cleaning 125 Lawn & Garden Care 129 Lawn Mowers & Engines 135 Leather Cleaning, Repair 136 Masonry & Concrete 137 Miscellaneous Services 138 Moving 139 Nursing-Rest Homes 145 Odd Jobs 165 Office Equipment 159 Painting & Papering : 165 Parking Lot Striping ; .167 Pest Control 169 Photography 175 Piano Tuning & Repair 179 Plumbing-Sewer Service 185 Rental Services 189 Roofing j[9i Security Systems 192 Shoe Repair 193 Storage 195 Swimming Pools-Spas 196 Therapy 197 Trash Hauling & Clean-up 198 Tree Pruning-Removal-Spraying .. .199 TV Repair 203 Typing-Resumes 205 Upholstery-Carpet-Drapes 209 Waterproofing 211 Vacuum Sales-Repairs 213 EMPLOYMENT- Help Wanted, Drivers 253 Salespeople Wanted 265 Employment Opportunities 269 Situations Wanted 275 Business Opportunites 279 INDEX MERCHANDISE- Help Wanted, Motel 245 Help Wanted, General 249 Help Wanted, Medical 251 Loans-Insurance 285 Want to Buy 289 Good Things To Eat 295 Musical Instruments 299 Wearing Apparel 305 Miscellaneous 311 Garage Sales, Flea Markets 335 Antiques & Collectibles 339 Furniture & Appliances 345 Heating-Air Conditioning 349 TV-Radio-Stereo 355 Business Equipment 359 Computers 351 Building Materials, Tools 365 Construction Equipment 369 LEGALS (Published In The Salina Journal October 28, 1996) ORDINANCE NUMBER 96-9762 AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO EX ECUTE A CONTRACT FOR FIRE PROTECTION OF PROPERTY OUTSIDE THE CITY LIMITS. BE IT ORDAINED by the Gov ernlng Body of the City of Salina, Kansas: Section 1. That the City Manager is authorized to execute a contract for fire protection of the following property located'outside the city limits: Owner's Name & Address Property Location Crestwoud, Inc. 601 East Waterwell Road 601 East Waterwell Road Salina, Kansas 67401 Section 2. Any and all other contracts executed with the City of Salina for fire protection on the LEGALS above mentioned property, are hereby null and void. Section 3. That this ordinance shall be in full force and effect from end after its adoption and publication once In the official city newspaper. Introduced: October 14, 1996 Passed: October 21,1996 /e/ Evelyn Maxwell, Mayor (SEAL) ATTEST: /s/Judy D. Long, CMC, City Clerk (K) Lawn Mowers 371 Firewood 373 Flowers, Plants, Trees 375 Pet Stock & Supplies 379 Farm Equipment 395 Farmers Wants & Services 399 Seeds, Feeds, Fertilizers 405 Livestock 409 Poultry & Supplies 415 Public Auctions 429 RENTALS & REAL ESTATE Furnished Apartments 475 . Furnished Houses-Duplexes 477 Sleeping Rooms 479 Unfurnished Apartments 481 Unfurnished Houses-Duplexes 483 Mobile Home Rentals 485 Roommates 535 Houses-Lots For Sale 589 Want To Rent 593 Investment Property 599 Business Buildings 681 Business Property 683 Office Space 685 Out of Town Real Estate 687 Garages-Parking Lots 689 Farms & Farmland 691 Real Estate Wanted .693 RECREATION- (Published In The Salina Journal October 28, 1996) ORDINANCE NUMBER 96-9763 AN ORDINANCE CHANGING THE NAMES OF PIESCHL COURT AND ALLISON TERRACE IN THE REPLAT OF LOTS 16,17 AND 18, BLOCK 1, EASTGATE ADDITION IN THE CITY OF SALINA, KANSAS, TO EAST- LEGALS GATE COURT AND EASTGATE TERRACE. BE IT ORDAINED by the Governing Body of the City of Salina, Kansas: Section 1. That Pieschl Court, as shown on the recorded plat ol the Replat of Lots 16, 17 and 18, Block 1, Eastgate Addition In the City of Salina, Saline County, Kansas, be changed to Eastgate Court. Section 2. That Allison Terrace, as shown on the recorded plat of the Replat of Lots 16, 17 and 18, Block 1, Eastgate Addition In the City of Salina, Saline County, Kansas, be changed to Eastgate Terrace. Section 3. That this ordinance shall be In full force and effect from and after Its adoption and publication once In the official city newspaper. Introduced: October 14, 1996 Passed: October 21, 1996 Is/ Evelyn Maxwell, Mayor Sporting Goods 729 Boats, Marine Supplies 733 Airplanes 735 Mobile Homes 737 Campers & Trailers 739 AUTOMOTIVE Auto Service & Parts 761 Motorcycles, Go-Carts 763 Car, Truck Rentals 765 Cars 767 Trucks .768 Classics-Antique Autos 769 LEGALS (SEAL) ATTEST: Is/ Judy D. Long, CMC, City Clerk (H) iFfrefPubTlshedlnTrie" Salina Journal October 21,1996) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF SALINE COUNTY, KANSAS In The Matter Of The Estate Of DAROLD G. GREENE, Deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR FINAL SETTLEMENT Case No. 96 CVP 39 The State of Kansas to all Persons Concerned: You are hereby notified that a pe- itlon has been filed In said court by vlarvln W. Greene, Executor of the Estate of Darold D. Greene, deceased, praying for a final settlement of said estate, approval of his acts, proceedings, and accounts as Executor, allowance for attor- LEGALS ney's fees and expenses; and also praying that the court determine 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 Darold G. Greene, deceased; that the administration of the estate be closed; that the Executor be discharged and released from further liability; and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 18th day of November, 1996, at 9:00 o'clock A.M. of said day, in said court, In the city of Salina, Saline County, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fall there- n, judgment and decree will be entered In due course upon said petition. /s/Marvln W. Greene, Executor MARIETTA, KELLOGG & PRICE LEGALS LEGALS LEGALS LEGALS 148 South Seventh Street Salina, Kansas 67401 (913) 825-5403 Attorneys For Executor (3tsp) (First Published In The S~allna~ Journal on October 21,1996) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF SALINE COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter of the Estate of E. MARIE MCDANIEL a/k/a ELLA MARIE MCDANIEL, Deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS Case No. 96 CVP 116 The State of Kansas to All Persons Concerned: Vou are hereby notified that on the 9th day of October, 1996, a pe- lition was filed In said court by Nancy Sue Trarbach, heir-at-law, egatee and devisee of E. Marie VIcDanlel, deceased, praying for the admission to probate of the will of E. Marie McDanlel dated January 11, 1996, which Is filed with said petition, and for the appointment of Nancy Sue Trarbach as Executrix of said will, without bond, and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 18th day of November, 1996, at 9:00 o'clock A.M. of said day In said court, In the city of Salina, In Saline County, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fall therein, judgement and decree will be entered In due course upon said petition. All creditors are notified to exhibit their demands against the said estate within four months from the date of the first publication of this nollce as provided by law, and If their demands are not thus exhibited they shall be forever barred. la/ Nancy Sue Trarbach, Petitioner MARIETTA, KELLOQQ, & PRICE 148 South Seventh Street ~>O. Box 2478 Salina, Kansas 67402-2478 (913) 825-5403 Attorneys for Petitioner (3tsp) WrsfPuFlshedlnThe" Salfna Journal October 14, 1996) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF SALINE COUNTY, KANSAS N THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF NELLIE B. GIERSCH, deceased NOTICE OF HEARING AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS Case No. 96 CVP 115 THE STATE OF KANSAS TO • ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that a Petition dated October 4, 1996, has been filed In this Court by William W. Glersch, an heir at law, egatee and devisee of Nellie B. Glersch, deceased, and as Co-Ex- acutor named In the Last Will and Testament of the Decedent, pray- ing that the instrument attached to the Petition dated March 10,1986, be admitted to probate, and for the appointment of William W. Glersch aka William Glersch and Richard Glersch aka Richard J. Glersch, as Co-Executors of the Will without bond. You are further advised that the Petitioner in this matter has requested administration pursuant to the Kansas Simplified Estates Act, and If such request Is granted the Court may not supervise administration of the Estate and no further notice of any action of the Co-Executors or other proceedings in the administration will be given except for notice of final settlement of the decedent's estate. Should written objections to simplified administration be filed with the Court, the Court may order supervised administration to ensue. You are hereby required to file your written defenses to the admission of the decedent's Will to pro-

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