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For the record Baseball Standings AMERICAN LEAGUE By United Press International East W I Pet. GB New York 61 35 .635 — Detroit 51 41 .554 8 Baltimore 53 43 .552 8 Milwaukee 53 44 .546 8% Boston 49 47 .510 12 Cleveland 46 47 .495 13% Toronto 43 52 .453 17% West W L Pet. JB Kansas City 60 38 .612 — Texas 48 49 .495 11 % Oakland 48 52 .480 13 Minnesota 45 53 .459 15 Chicago 44 54 .449 16 Seattle 39 58 .40220% California 34 61 .35824% Saturday's Results Cleveland 14, California 4 Boston 5, Minnesota 1 Detroit 7, Oakland 0 Seattle 7, Toronto 2, 1st game, twilight Toronto 7, Seattle 5, 2nd game, night Chicago 4, Texas 3, 1st game, twilight Chicago 1, Texas 1, game called after six Innings, rain, 2nd game, night Baltimore 4, Milwaukee 1, night New York 5, Kansas City 4, night Sunday's Results Detroit 4, Oakland 2, 1st game Oakland 4, Detroit 0, 2nd game Toronto 5, Seattle 0 Chicago 3, Texas 2, 1st game Texas 4, Chicago 3, 13 innings, 2nd game, twilight Baltimore 5, Milwaukee 4, 12 Innings Minnesota 5, Boston 4 Kansas City 8, New York 0 California at Cleveland, 2, ppd., rain Monday's Games (All Times CDT) Oakland (Morris 13-6) at Toronto (Mlrabella 4-9), 6:30 p.m. Seattle (Beattle 4-8) at Cleveland (Spillner 7-8), 6:35 p.m. California (LaRoche 1-3) at Detroit (Retry 5-5), 7 p.m. New York (Guidry 11-6) at Minnesota (Arroyo 2-3), 7:30 p.m. Tuesday's Games . Oakland at Toronto, night Seattle at Cleveland, night California at Detroit, night Milwaukee at Chicago night New York at Minnesota, night Boston at Kansas City, night Baltimore at Texas, night NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L Pel. GB Pittsburgh 55 42 .567 — Montreal 51 43 .543 2% Philadelphia 50 45 .526 4 New York 46 50 .479 8% St. Louis 44 53 .454 11 Chicago 39 54 .419 14 West W L Pet. GB Houston 55 42 .567 — Los Angeles 53 45 .541 2% Cincinnati 52 46 .531 3% San Francisco 48 50 .490 7% Atlanta 45 52 .464 10 San Diego 41 57 .41814% Saturday's Results Cincinnati 5, New York 1 San Francisco 4, Pittsburgh 3, 10 Innings Philadelphia 6, Atlanta 3, night Montreal 2, Houston 1, 12 Innings, night San Diego 4, St. Louis'3, 11 Innings, night Chicago 5, Los Angeles 3, night Sunday's Results Houston 6, Montreal 3 Philadelphia 17, Atlanta 4 Cincinnati 10, New York 4 San Diego 5, St. Louis 2 Los Angeles 3, Chicago 2, 12 innings Pittsburgh 6, San Francisco 4 Monday's Games (All Times CDT) Cincinnati (LaCoss 5-9 and Solo 4-4) at Montreal (Lea 2-4 and Norman 0-1), 2, 5:05 p.m. Atlanta (Alexander 8-5) at New York (Falcone 5-6), 7:05 p.m. Houston (Pladson 0-2) at Philadelphia (Esplnosa 1-2), 6:35 p.m. Chicago (Lamp 9-8) at San Diego (Curtis 3-7), 9 p.m. Pittsburgh (Rhoden 1-1) at Los Angeles (Welch 9-5), 9:35 p.m. Tuesday's Games Cincinnati at Montreal, night Atlanta at New York, night Houston at Philadelphia, night Pittsburgh at Los Angeles, night Chicago at San Diego, night St. Louis at San Francisco, night Olympic Results Olympic Gomes Results By United Press International At Moscow, July 27 Track and Field WOMEN 800-meter finals — 1, Nadezhda Ollzarenko, USSR, 1 minute. 53.5 seconds, (world record, previous mark 1:54.9 set by Ollzarenko In June, 1980) 2, Olga Mineyeva, USSR, 1:54.9. 3, Tatyana Provldokhlna, USSR, 1:55.5. 4, Martina Kampfert, East Germany, 1:56.3. 5, Hildegard Ullrich, East Germany, 1:57.2. 6, Jolanta Januchta, Poland, 1:58.3. 7, Nlkolina Chtereva, Bulgaria, 1:58.8. 8, Gabrlella Dorlo, Italy, 1:59.2. Swimming 200-meter backstroke final — 1, Rica Relnlsch, East Germany, 2:11.77 (world record: previous record 2:11.93 set by Linda Jezek, U.S., 1978). 2, Cornelia Poll), East Germany, 2:13.75. 3, Blrglt . Trelber, East Germany, 2:14.14. 4, Carmen Bun- aclu, Romania, 2:15.20. 5, Yolande van der Straeten, Belgium, 2:15.58. 6, Carine Verbouwen, Belgium, 2:16.66. 7. Lisa Forrest, Australia, 2:16.75. .8, Larisa Gorchakova, USSR, 2:17.72. 800 meters freestyle final — 1, Michelle Ford, Australia, 8:28.90. 2, Ines Diers, GDR, 8:32.55. 3, Heike Dahne, GDR, 8:33.48. 4, Irina Aksyonova, USSR, 8:38.05. 5, Oxana Komlsiarova, USSR, 8:42.04. 6, Pascals Verbauwen, Belgium, 8:44.84. 7, Ines Geissler, GDR, 8:45.28. 8, Yelena Ivanovo, USSR, 8:46.45. 4 x 100 m freestyle relay final — 1. East Germany, (Barbara Krause, Caren Metschuck, Ines Dlers, Sarino Hulsenbeck), 3:42.71. 2, Sweden, (CorIna Ljungdahl, Tina Gustafsson, Agneta Martensson, Agneta Eriksson), 3:48.93. 3, Netherlands, (Conny Van Bentum, Wilmo Van Velsen, Reggie De Jong, Annelies Maas), 3:49.51. MEN Equestrian Individual three-day event final — 1, Federico Euro Roman, Italy, Rosslnan, (dressage 54.40, endurance test 49.2, jumping 5.00), 108.60. 2, Aleksandr Bllnov. USSR, Galzun, (64.40, 56.4. 00), 120.80. 3. Yuri Salnikov, USSR, Pintset, (53.00, 93.6, 5.00), 151.60. 4, Valery Volkov, USSR, Tskheti, (54.00, 125.6, 5.00), 184.60. 5, Tzvetan Dontchev, Bulgaria, Medisson, (66.40, 114.4, 5.00), 185.80. 6, Mlroslaw Szlapka, Poland, Ery- wan, (52.40, 184.4, 5.00), 241.80. 7, Anna Casagrande, Italy, Daleye, (61.20, 190.0, 15.00), 266.20. 8, Mauro Roman, Italy, Douraklne 4, (63.40, 218.0.00), 281.40. Team three-day event final — 1, USSR (Aleksandr Blinov, Galzun, 120.80, Yuri Salnikov, Pintset, 151.60, Valery Volkov, Tskheti, 184.60), 457.00. 2, Italy (Federico Euro Roman, Rosslnon, 108.60, Anna Casagrande, Daleye, 266.20, Mauro Roman, Dourakine 4, 281.40), 656.20. 3, Mexico (Yocuplcio Manuel Mendivil, Remember, 319.75, •Slos David Barcena, Bombona, 362.50, Solo Jose Luis Perez, Quelite, 490.60), 1172.85. 4, Hungary (Laszlo Cseresnyes, Fapipa, 436.20, Istvan Grozner, Biborps, 498.60, Zoltan Horvath, Lamour, 668.60), 1603.40. Hartford Results By United Press International (Greater Hartford Open) At Wethersfleld, Conn. July 27 (Par 71) (Twltty won on sixth.hole of sudden death) Howard Twltty $54,000 Jim Simons 32,400 Jay Haas 20,400 Llndy Miller 14,400 John Fought 10,170 Butch Balrd 10,170 Lee trevino 10,170 Gary Hallberg 10,170 Jaime Gonzalez 10,170 Jim Thorpe 7,200 Curlls v Strange 7,200 Tony Hollifield 7,200 Leonard Thompson ,7,200 Hubert Green 5,400 Bobby Nichols 5,400 Barry Jaeckel 5,400 Bob Murphy 4,060 Keith Fergus 4,060 George Cadle 4,060 Antonio Cerda 4,060 Dave Stockton 4,060 Fuzzy Zoeller 4.060 Rowing Coxless pairs final — 1, East Germany, (Bernd Landvoigt, Jorg Landvolgt), 6:48.01. 2, USSR, (Yury Pimenov, Nikolay Plmenov), 6:50.50. 3, Britain, (Charles Wlggln, Malcolm Carmlchael), 6:51.47. 4, Romania, (Constantln Postoiu, Valer Toma), 6:53.49. 5, Czechoslovakia, (Miroslav Vrastil, Miroslav Knapek), 7:01.54. 6, Sweden, (Anders Larson, Anders Wllgolson), 7:02.52. Eights final — 1, East Germany, (Bernd Krauss, Hans-Peter Koppe, Ulrich Kons, Jorg Friedrlch, Jens Doberschutz, Ulrich Karnatz, Uwe Duhring, Bernd Hoing, Klaus-Dieter Ludwlg), 5:49.05. 2, Britain, (Duncan McDougall, Allan Whitwell, Henry Clay, Chris Mahoney, Andrew Justice, John Prltchard, Malkolm McGowan, Richard Stanhope, Colin Moynihan), 5:51.92. 3. USSR, (Viktor Kokoshin, Andrey Tishchenko, Aleksandr Tkachenko, lonas Plntskus, lonas Normantas, Andrei Lugln, Aleksandr Mantsevich, Igor Maistrenko, Grigory Dmitrienko), 5:52.66. 4, Czechoslovakia, (Pavel Pevny, Lubomlr Janko, Ctlrad Jungmann, Karel Neffe, Karel Mejto, Dusan Vlcik, Milan Dolecek, Milan Kysely, Jlrl Track and Field Men's Javelin Final — 1. Dalnis Kula, USSR, 299 'feet, 2Vi inches. 2. Aleksandr Makarov, USSR, 294-1%. 3, Wolfgang Hanlsch, East Germany, 284-5%. 4. Khelno Puuste, USSR, 282-5'/,. 5, Antero Puranen. Finland, 279-3%. 6, Pentti Siner- saari, Finland, 276-8%. 7. Detlef Fuhrmann. East Germany, 273-11 Vi. 8. Miklos Nemeth. Hungary, 270-3'/i. 9. Aimo Aho, Finland, 264-4V.. 10. Ferenc Paragl, Hungary, 260-10%. II. Stefan Stoi- kov, Bulgaria, 259-3%. 12. Justin Arop, Uganda, 253-BVi. Men's 110-meter hurdles final — 1, Thomas Munkelt, GDR, 13.39. 2, Alejandro Casanas, Cuba, 13.40. 3, Aleksandr Puchkov, USSR, 13.44. 4, Andrei Prokofev, USSR, 13.49. 5, Jan Pusty. Poland, 13.68. 6. Arto Bryggare, Finland, 13.76. 7, Javier Moracho, Spain, 13.78. 8, Yuri Chervanev, USSR, 15.80. 10,000 meter final — 1, Mlruts Yifter, Ethiopia, 27:42.7. 2, Kaarlo Maanlnko, Finland, 27:44.3. 3, Mohammed Kedir, Ethiopia, 27:44.7. 4, Tolossa Kotu, Ethiopia, 27:46.5. 5, Lasse Viren, Finland, 27:50.5. 6, Jorg Peter, East Germany, 28:05.6. 7. Werner Schildnauer, East Germany, 28:11.0. 8, EnnSelllk, USSR, 28:13.8. Swimming 400 meter Individual medley final — 1, Aleksandr Sidorenko, USSR, 4:22.89. 2, Sergei Fesenko, USSR, 4:23.43. 3, Zoltan Verraszto, Hungary, 4:24.24. 4, Andras Hargltay, Hungary, 4:24.48. 5, Djon Garrldo Madruga, Brazil, 4:26.81. 6, Mlloslav Rolko, Czechoslovakia, 4:26.99. 7, Leszek Gorski, Poland, 4:28.89. 8, Daniel Machek, Czechoslovakia, 4:29.86. 100 meter freestyle final — 1. Jorg Woithe, East Germany, 50.40. 2, Per Holmertz, Sweden, 50.91. 3, Per Johansson, Sweden, 51.29. 4, Sergei Kopllakov, USSR. 51.34. 5. Raffaele Franceschi, Italy, 51.69. 6, Sergei Krasyuk, USSR, 51.80. 7, Rene Ecuyer, France, 52.01. 8, Graeme Brewer, Australia, 52.22. 68-66-63-69—266 62-70-67-67—266 68-70-66-65—269 67-67-66-70—270 67-66-68-70—271 69-68-67-67—271 65-68-68-70—271 68-70-63-70—271 64-70-67-70—271 65-72-67-68—272 70-66-67-69—272 69-67-70-66—272 68-68-69-67—272 72-67-65-69—273 73-64-64-72—273 70.68-67-68—273 67-66-73-68—274 70-69-65-70—274 65-69-68-72—274 69-66-66-73—274 71-66-70-67—274 68-69-67-70—274 Brian Haugh (First Published In the Sallna Journal. July 2B, 1980) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF OTTAWA COUNTY, KANSAS | In the Matter of the Estate of . LELAND M. SRACK, JR., Deceased. ' NOTICE Of HEARING 1 Case No. 80 P 36 , THE STATE OF KANSAS, TO ALL PERSONS ; CONCERNED: You are hereby notllied that a petition has been Hied In sold court bv Ardlth H. e heir at law ! \ pi Leland M. Srock, Jr., deceased; pray ' i Srack, as widow and the sole I Haugh new AAC coach ing for the determination of the descent! ol the {allowing described real estate In Ottawa County, Kansas, to-wlt: An undivided one-hall (%) Interest In and to the Northeast one-quarter ('/«) ol Section Twenty-three (23), Town: ship Twelve (12), Range Three (3), • Ottawa County, Kansas: , and all other property, real and personal, j or Interests tnereln, owned by the sold llelond M. Srack, Jr. at the lime ol his i death: and you are hereby required to If Me your written delenses thereto on or Brian Haugh, a 1979 NAIA national marathon winner and a NAIA All- 'court, In the city" oi~ Minneapolis,"in'o't before the 25th day of August, 1980, at 10:00 o'clock A.M. of said day. In said LPGA Results By United Press International LPGA Tournament At Jericho, N.Y., July 27 (Par 72) Sally Little $18,750 69-71-69-75—284 Amy Alcott 10,500 72-71-70-75—288 Beth Daniel 10,500 76-70-69-73—288 .Judy Clark 5,625 72-70-73-74—289 Nancy Lopez Melton 5, 625 73-72-72-72—289 Dot Germain 4.187 72-73-70-75—290 Sandra Palmer 4,187 70-71-71-78—290 Donna C. Young 3,625 71-72-75-73—291 Jo Ann Washam 3,375 77-71-73-71—292 Vlckl Fergon 3,125 70-75-75-73—293 Patty Hayes 2,625 70-70-79-75—294 JoAnne Corner 2,625 73-74-73-74—294 Kathy Whitworth 2,625 72-75-74-73—294 Janet Alex 2,062 73-73-74-75—295 Jane Blalock 2,062 75-73-70-77—295 S. Bertolacclni 2,062 71-72-76-76—295 Janet Coles 1,618 72-78-73-74—297 Susan Grams 1,618 74-78-71-74—297 Jane Renner 1,618 76-76-72-73—297 Julie Stanger 1,618 69-79-74-75—297 Louise Bruce 1,329 74-73-78-73—298 Kathy Martin 1,329 77-75-73-73—298 Debbie Austin 1,329 75-72-70-81—298 Salina All-Stars take control of Babe Ruth district tourney American, has been named the new Marymount track and cross country coach, school officials announced. In addition to his duties as coach of the Spartans' men's and women's track and cross country teams, Haugh will assist Marymount in hosting the NAIA National Cross Country Championships in Salina Nov. 15. A native of Brentwood, N.Y., Haugh graduated from Marymount last December after a sterling track-cross country career. His top performance came in the 1979 NAIA National Outdoor Meet in Abilene, Texas, when he won the marathon with a time of 2:26.01. Haugh, who replaces Glenn Appell, will also be a teacher at Sacred Heart Junior High School this fall. •fr -fr -fr Marymount athletic coordinator Todd Reynolds, who announced the appointment of Haugh, also said that three area men will serve on the Games Committee for the NAIA National Championships. Tom Rupp, a Salina businessman and former MC track and cross country coach, will be the meet coordinator. He will be assisted by John Kernan, Kansas Wesleyan track and cross country coach and Jim Krob, Bethany College track and cross country coach. Graves wins sub-state tournament HERINGTON — Graves Truck Lines of Clay Center won the rubber game of three-game set against Manhattan's Olympia Beer, 13-8, here Sunday night to win the Men's Sub-State Slo-Pitch SoftbaU Tournament. Graves, Olympia and third-place winner Metropolitan Life of Manhattan qualified for the state tournament in Chanute. Graves had defeated Olympia, 11-1 by the 10-run rule earlier in the day but Olympia came back to knock of Metro Life, 14-7, in the third place game and whipped Graves, 11-5, to force another championship game. Metro Life lost its second game ol the tourney early Saturday and then proceeded to win six straight games before losing to Olympia. Cruce Produce placed ninth in the 24- team tourney for the best finish by Salina team. Cruce started off the tourney with a 10-8 win over Ogden but lost a second-round game to Graves, 13-6. Jim Cruce's team then defeated the Salina Boosters, 14-3 Crabb's Sporting Goods of McPherson 16-12 and Midwest Security, 10-9 before losing to Metro Life, 13-11, in the fourth round of the loser's bracket. Three other Salina teams — Salina Supply, Midwest Security and The Pan thers — all fell in the third round of the loser's bracket. Tampa knocked off Supply, Midwest was nipped by Cruce Produce and The Panthers fell to Concordia's Burgers & Bones, 11-7. The other two Salina teams in the tourney — Salina Boosters and Our Gang — dropped their first two games of the tourney. Here are the tournament results. SAUNA RESULTS Winner's Bracks)! First Round — Sjoholm Furniture 5, Our Gang 3; Cruce Produce 10, Ogden 8; Sallna Supply 21, The Gang 3; Brother's Tavern 7, Sallna Boosters 2. Second Round — Panthers 9, McPherson Spirit 4; Graves 13, Cruce Produce 6, Olympia Beer 17, Sallna Supply 16; Midwest Security 7, Tip Top Credit Union 2. Third Round — Sjoholm Furniture 18, Panthers 8; Olympia Beer 7, Midwest Security 2. ' Loser's Brocket First Round — Cruce Produce 14, Salina Boosters 3; Sallna Supply 13, Our Gang 5. Second Round — Cruce Produce 16, Crabb's Sporting Goods 12; Salina Supply 8, Tip Top Credit Union 7. Third Round — Cruce Produce 10, Midwest Security 9; Burgers 8 Bones 11, Panthers 7; Tampa 10, Salina Supply 5. Fourth Round — Metro Life 13, Cruce Produce Iowa County, Kansas, at which time and ace said cause will be heard. Should iu fall the judgment and decree will be ntered In due course upon sold petition. Ardlth H. Srack, Petitioner MARIETTA, KELLOGG 8, PRICE 48 South Seventh Street ilina, Kansas 67401 13) 825-5403 / Wendell W. Kellogg ttorney for Petitioner (3tsp) ; Salina's 14-15-year-old Babe Ruth Ail- Star team moved closer toward capturing a state tournament berth by defeating Junction City, 14-2, here Sunday night at Schilling. The lopsided victory, which'came in the winner's bracket finals of the district tournament, put the Salinans in command in the double-elimination tourney. Junction City and Golden Belt No. 2 (Hoisington-Claflin) will battle at 6:30 tonight for the right to meet Salina in the 8:30 championship game. Jeff Plott scattered seven hits as he pitched Salina to its third consecutive win in the tourney. Plott, who recorded 15 strikeouts during the game, also contributed to Salina's 10-hit attack with a pair of safeties. Bob Conner and Brian Huffman also had a two hits apiece for Salina. In loser's bracket action Sunday, (First Published In The Sollna Journal, July 14, I960) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF SALINE COUNTY, KANSAS the Matter ol the Estate ol LLIAN M. CONSTABLE, Deceased NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR FINAL SETTLEMENT Case No. 79 P-170 he State of Kansas to All Persons Conerned: You are hereby notified that a petition as been Hied In said court by Dennis R. onstable, executor of the estate ol Ulan M. Constable, deceased, praying lor nal settlement ol said estate, approve I his acts, proceedings and accounts as xecutor, allowance lor his services, at- orney fees and,expenses: also that the ourt determine the heirs ol sold dece- ent and assign to them the real estati nd perional property remaining In sold state, and you are hereby required to 1e your written delenses thereto on or >elore the 5th day ol August, 1980, at -.00 P.M., of sold day, In said court, In he City of Sallna, at which time am lace said cause will be heard. Shoul( ou fall therein judgment and decree wll entered In due course upon said pell Ion. /s/Dennis R. Constable Executor ATTEST: s/John Weckel Associate District Judge BILL K. BENZ 14 East Iron, Box 344 Salina, Kansas 67401 913) 623-2544 Attorney for Executor (3tsp (First Published In The Sallna journal, July 21, 1980) COMPLAINT TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: The Building Inspector of the City of Solino, Kansas, nas received a petition complaining that the structure located on the following described property, to-wll: Lot 3, Gower and Van Fleets Addition ' to the City ol Sallna, Saline County, Kansas. (Commonly known as 344 North Eighth) Is unlit lor human use and habitation. Ronald R. Trembly Building Inspector City ol Salina, Kansas NOTICE You ore hereby notified that a hearing on the above complaint shall be held before the Building Inspector ol the City ol Sallna, Kansas, or his designated agent at the following time and place, to-wll: TIME: 9:1$ A.M. July 29, 1980 PLACE: Building Inspection Dept., Room 108 City-County Building 300 West Ash Salina, Kansas at which time any interested person may Hie an answer, appear In person or otherwise, and give testimony. Ronald R. Trembly Building Inspector City of Sollno, Kansas (2lsp) PorSOMiS Help Wanted $30 REWARD For Information concerning the Identity of the person thai shot my black cat with a M rifle about July 22nd or 23rd, In the vicinity ol 209 Irene. Call David George at W7-1 (41 or 827-6461. ' EXPERIENCED CLEANING lady. Local relerances. Own transportation; ' Mondays preferred. 823-8966. NEED CAREER wlthllexlble hours to I supplement the family Income? Call noW I lor details. 823-2127. TABYsTrrlR mil i Lost-Found-Streyed NEAR SI. Mary's » • School., Early morning hours. After 1 _l pm, 827-772^ (Flr»t Published In The Sallna Journal, July 21, 1960) COMPLAINT TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: The Building inspector ol the City of So- Ina, Kamai, not received o petition com- >l6lnlhg that the structure located on the allowing described property, lo-wlt: lot 4, Gower and Van FlMti Addition to the City ol Sallna, Satin* County, Kanui, (Commonly known at 336 North Eighth) IK unfit for human use and habitation, Ronald R. Trembly Building Inspector City ol Salina, Kama* NOTICE You or* hereby notified that a hearing on the above complaint shall be held before the Building Inspector of the City ol Sallna, Kansas, or his designated agent at the following time and place, to-wll: TIME: 9:00 A.M. July 39, I960 PLACE: Building Inspection Dept., Room 108 City-County Building 300 West Ash Sallna, Kansas at which time any interested person may Hie on answer, appear In person or otherwise, and give testimony. Ronald R. Trembly Building Inspector City of Sallna, Kansas (2t.p) FOUND SMALL black and tin Terrier I PERMANENT TYPIST position. Must ' type male dog. Aged. 468-2323, days; 668- be nut and accurate. Send resume to 2144,evenings. —«.«.«_..__ . . * ~ Carl•,~Mot«J Hoip WAITRESSES WANTED All shifts. Ox Y-«23 Sallna Journal. ^_ WANTED ME^HAWcTand~body Meir'j th minimum two years experience'."-, pply In person, 2700 South 9th, Sallna. ,' | Apply In person. Russell's North North US 81 and 1-70 113 WANTED COCKTAIL waitress, lull of TB lart time. Excellent wages and tips? • X ioneM3^25S3_after 4 pm. J- f BAB"YllTfiFWANflDTn the Heui>i* SchpeJjimrjdLI27.3ii7. J-^ ADDRESSERf WANTED. Good pa/.- B. ox 975, Great Bend. Kansas. • -^ MACHINIS~fs~WANTED lor overseas- M rork. 623-2751. -, <• J* MEDICAL CLINIC has Immediate opening for full time office person with ability to deal with the public, type accurately at 50-60 wpm and with a bookkeeping background. Job benefits Include paid holidays and 2 weeks vacation, health and life Insurance and retirement plan. Call 823-6322 or apply for interview at 809 Elmhurst, Sallna. An equal opportunity employer. ~EXPERIENCED~CONSTRlJCTION equipment mechanic. Wanted for Sallna area. Must have hand tools, references and good driving record. Benefits In elude paid vacation, sick leave and group Insurance. Call Continental Equipment Limited, Sallna, Kansas for appointment. 913-825-8141. Out ol town call 1-800-432-7968. Equal Opportunity Employer. "PLUMBINCTANtTKeallng wholesaler needs receiving order tiller and counter sales help. Some knowledge ol plumbing and heating products helpful, but not required. Preferred age, 25-40. Work Is Monday - Friday, some overtime. Good fringes, stable company. Write Box J-990 Sallna Journal. rain with pay. College grads. (Slo)J?4-~' 2376 collect. EOE. •• INTERNATIONAL MULTI-LINE In- urance Company seeks new or expe- enced agents In the Sallna area. Salary us commissions. For appointment, call Ick McKernan collect at 913-266-3436 or rite 2914 MacVlcar, Topeka, Kansas 66611. (Published In The Sallna Journal, July 28, 1980) NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE li hereby given on the following proposed amendments 1o the Zoning District Mop of the City of Salina, Kansas, and the following proposed changes and amendments of Zoning Ordinance Number 8526 of said City. EAST IRON STAPLER AVENUE AVENUE Application IZBO-13, filed by Charter Investments, Inc., requesting rezonlng of lot Four (4), Block Three (3), Phillips Eon Sallna Addition, City of Salina, Saline County, Konioi. from Olitrkt "R-2" (Multiple Family Residential) to District "C-9" (Service Commercial) (114 East Iron Avenue). A public hearing will be granted any persons interested In said proposed changes or amendments at 4:00 P.M., on Tuesday, August 19, 19BO, In the City Commissioners' Meeting Room. Room 300, City-County Building, 300 W. Ash, Sollno, Kansas. SAUNA PLANNING COMMISSION Keith F. Rowlings, Secretory ATTEST: D. L. Harrison City Clerk (It) Classified Advertisements DIAL 823-6363 Or write PO Box 779, Sallna, Kans. 67401 10 Words Minimum, $1.20 Minimum Charge 1 time, per word 12' 3 times, per word 27" 50' postage and handling charge on want ads if cash does not accompany order. Blind Ad Service $1 11. Golden Belt No. 2 defeated Russell, 115; Hap McKain nudged Golden Belt No. 1 (Great Bend-Lamed), 6-5; and Golden Belt No. 2 outlasted Hap- McKain, 24-18. Winner's Bracket Sollna 002 019 2—U 10 1 vs. Junction City 001 001 0 — 2 76 Plott and Forris. Mathls, Burroughs (6), Stewart (7) and Burroughs, Mathls (6). WP — Plott. IP — Mathls. HR — none. Loser's Bracket Golden Belt No. 1 301 000 1 — 5 7 4 vs. Hap McKain 002 010 3 — 6 7 2 Perez and Gerstenkorn. Wilson and Cole. WP — Wilson. LP — Perez. HR — none. Golden Belt No. 2 012 320 3—11 7 4 vs. Russell 010 030 1—548 Gardner, Schremmor (S) and Pfannestlal. Schneider, Farmer (4) and Zlegler. WP — Gardner. IP — Schneider. HR — none. Golden Belt No. 2 310 (11)18 0 — 24 21 12 vs. Hap McKain 118 202 4 — 18 11 9 White, Hipp (3) and Pfannestlal, Harmon (6). Philbrick, Jones (4), Meeks (4), Helmer (4), Phllbrick (6) and Cole. WP — Hipp. LP — Phllbr- Ick. HR — none. CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND Metro Life 9, Kites B (fourth place). Olympia Beer 14. Metro Life 7 (third place). Olympia Beer 11, Graves S. Graves 13, Olympia Beer 8 (championship). SRC Scores Men's Slo-Pltch: SOFTBALL (I League) — Wendy's 13, Knights of Columbus 3; Westinghouse Gold 22, Western Auto 10; BEC 8, Hedley's 5. (E League) — Schwonn's 12, General Battery I; Pepsi-Colo 5, Del's TV and Tape 3. Women's Slo-Pilch: (C League) — Kiwanls 16. Monroe Calculator 4; Eagles 19, Nelson and Nelson 12; Kennedy and Coe 18, Western Auto 8. Co-ed: (A League) — Mid-America Awards 23, Premier Pneumatics 1; Wyatt Manufacturing 17, Hassman Termite 4. 5-6th Grade Slo-Pllch: Cruce Produce 9, Downtown Lions 5; BOC 12, ETC 1; Clare Generator 9, Wendy's 4. 9-10-1 llh Grade Slo-Pitch: Hannebach Grain 13, Harvest Honeys 8. BASEBALL Juniors: Eagles 13, K ol C 3; Nelsons 7, Salvation Army 6. Pee Wees: (C League) — Noon Optimist No. (2) 19, K ol C Blue Jays 15. (B League) — BOC 7, Rotary 0; (D League) — McDonald's^ No. (2) 14, Big Cheese No. (2) 2. Midgets: (C League) — Downtown Lions 2, BOC 0. (Add 4 words for Blind Box Number) Rates apply to residents in Salina retail trade area only. Open rate is 12' per word or $6 per col. inch per day. DISPLAY CLASSIFIED ADS Will be accepted until 4 P.M. 2 days before Insertion, 10 A.M. Thursday for Sunday One day earlier than above If over '/2 page. INDIVIDUAL CLASSIFIED LINE ADS One column wide In type this size will be accepted until 1:00 P.M. day before insertion; 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 1. Funeral Directors & Monuments 3. In Memorlam S. Card of Thanks 7. Amusements, Events 9. Personals II. Special Notices 13. Lodges-Clubs 15. Lost-Found-Strayed 17. Schools-Instructions 19. Alterations & Sewing 21. Appliance-TV Repair 23. Baby Sitting 25. Beauty & Barber Shops 27. Bicycle Repair 29. Bookkeeping-Taxes 31. Carpeting & Masonry 33. Cleaning-Rugs, Furniture 35. Clocks-Watches-Jewelry 37. Electric Service & Motors 39. Furniture Repair 41. Glass & Glazing 43. Heating & Refrigeration 45. Hearing Aid/Supplies 53. Luggage-Purses-Leather 55. Nursing-Rest Homes 57. Moving-Storage 59. Office Machinery & Equipment 61. Odd Jobs 63. Painting & Papering 65. Pest Control 67. Photography 69. Piano Tuning & Repair 71. Plumbing-Sewer Service 73. Roofing 75. Shoe Repair 77. Trash Hauling & Cleanup 79.Tree Trimming-Removal-Spraying 81. Upholsterlng-Carpetlng, Draperies 83. Miscellaneous Services 97. Special Interest To Women III. Cale, Motel Help 113. Help Wanted 115. Salespeople Wanted 117. Employment Opportunities 119. Situations Wanted 121. Business Opportunities 123. Loans-Insurance 125. Want To Buy 127. Good Things To Eat 129. Musical Instruments 131. Wearing Apparel 133. Miscellaneous 135. Rummage-Garage Sales 137. Antiques Coins Stamps 139. Household Goods 141. Air Conditioning-Heating 143. TV Radio Stereo 145. Business-Office Equipment 151. Building Materials. Tools 153. Construction Equipment 155. Flowers, Plants, Trees 157. Pet Stock & Supplies 159. Farm Equipment 161. Farmers Wants & Services 163. Seeds, Feeds, Fertilizers 165. Livestock & Supplies 167. Poultry & Supplies 171. Public Auctions 173. Sale Dates 175. Furnished Apartments 177. Furnished Houses-Duplexes 179. Sleeping Rooms 181. Unfurnished Apartments 183. Unfurnished Houses-Duplexes 185. Realtors 187. Houses-Lots For Sale 189. Want To Rent 191. Business Buildings, Sale-Rent 193. Business Property For Sale 195. Olllce & Desk Room 197. Real Estate (out ol town) 199. Garages-Parking Lots 201. Farms and Farmland 203. Real Estate Wanted, Exchanged 229. Sporting Goods 231. Motorcycles-Bicycles 233. Boats, Marine Supplies 235. Airplanes 237. Mobile Homes 239. Campers & Trailers 245. Auto Service & Parts 247. Car, Truck Rentals 249. Cars & Trucks MANAGEMENT TRAINEE; overnment Agency Is seeking Individ- als with excellent potential. We-will rain at our expense. Relocation necessary. College grads. Starting 13K. (116) -•4-2376 collect^EOE. WAJTRE"SSE¥~ Wanted full time 10 am to;6 pm. Apply In person to Russell's Restaurant, 1-135 and West Crawford. RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGIST, reg Istered or eligible lor regrlatratlon September 15. Salary negotiable, good benefits. 40 bed, acute care facility. Call collect, 913-256-2207; or write Herlnglon Municipal Hospital, Radiology Department, Herlngton, Kansas 67449, WORRIED ABOUT Inflation? Start earning $5 - $6 per hour teaching "Trl- Chem' r decorative arts and crafts. We will train — no experience necessary. No Investment necessary. Over II, call 1237594, 9 am • 5 pm. MATURE, MIDDLE aged woman lor permanent work In laundry. Prefer experience. Apply In person, Heart ol America Inn, West Crawford Street at 135. MATURE MAN lor year around leed mill. General leed lot work. Experienced with machinery helpful. Good benefits Apply In person Walnut Hill Feed Yard Route 1, Great Bend, Kansas. NEED PART time daytime babysitter close to Kennedy School, lor lour am live year old children. 825-0729 after pm. DATA ENTRY operator to key norma oHIce documents on IBM CRT; plus oth er general office duties. Apply Evan Grain Company, 1700 East Iron. 127-4414 WANTED BOOK KEEPER/receptlonlst. 30 hour week Experience helpful but not necessary Apply In person 615 Bishop. DENTAL RECEPTIONIST needed Experienced preferred, but ml neces sary. Send resume to Box J-985, Salln Journal. WANTED: SOMEONE to take care o lady lust home from the hospital. 82; 9457 or 541 South College. NOW ACCEPTING applications lor night shift, lull and part time. Apply I person, Hardees, 1318 South Santa Fe. BASE GUITAR player needed for es tabllshed band. Musi be reliable. For In formation, call 825-4153. ONE FULL time person lor counte sales and warehouse stock. Kansas Elec trie Supply, 1211 South Santa Fe. 6 times, per word 43' 26 times, per word $1.56 Cash with order i n O/ SAVES YOU I U /O (Plus the SO* handling charge, for ads placed 3 days or more.) there's thru Classified PILOTS NOW HIRING: Permanent maids and laundry help. Apply In person only, Mid-America Inn, 1846 North 9th. ENGINEERS .S. Government Agency has openings i challenging technical positions • for oung engineers. Positions open require ecent grads through 3 years experience n EE, ME, CE, NE. (814) 374-2376 col- ect. EOE. STATION SUPERVISOR Apply at HI-Quallty Lo-Cost Service Stations, Inc., 549 N. Ohio. AVON Van! to add to your regular Income? You can have a regular |ob and still be a successlul Avon Representative In your spare hours. Sell Avon's quality products and make the extra money you need. Call lor details now: Dorothy Plowman 488-2246 or 827-2629 GREAT PLAINS Manufacturing Has Immediate openings for experienced welders and fabrication machine operators. We offer excellent starting wages and merit pay Increases, a complete Insurance program and liberal vacation and sick leave plans. Apply at Great Plains, Manufacturing, Assnrla, Kansas. .' Equal Opportunity Employer GUYS/GIRLS Tired of the same old routine and love to travel? TAKE THIS JOB AND LOVE IT! National firm now has openings for several from this area to work and travel U.S.. No special qualifications needed, but must be single, neat, 17 or aver, able to start Immediately and willing to make LOTS OF MONEY!! No experience necessary. We train, lurnlsh transportation plus an expense drawing account. For personal Interview, see Mr. Harwood, Monday, Holiday Inn, Sallna, 11 am 1 pm and 2 - 4 pm. No phone calls please. Parents welcome at Interview. Automobile Body Man We offer 50/50 commission pay plan, modern facilities, up to date equipment, Free Hospitalization, Paid Holiday, Paid Vacation, excellent working conditions and more. Apply in person to Jerry Grammer at Jim Sullivan Chevrolet 2700 South 9th Salina, Ks. Business, Personal and Professional SPECIAL-SERVICES In Easy-To-Find Alphabetical Order. Baby Sitting 23 FEDERAL CERTIFIED babysitter has opening for three children over 2 years. Weekdays. Fox Run area. 823- 7MS. LICENSED BABYSITTER has open- Ings. Glenlffer Hill area. 825-1020. WALLPAPERING. RESERVE TIME now I Free estimates. Excellent recom- mendatlons. 627-7829. INTERIOR - (20 a room or less. .8272366. BABYSITTING 6:30 am day thru Friday. 825-7480. • 5 pm, Mon- Carpentry Masonry 31 NEW CONSTRUCTION and repair. Basement floors, driveways, patios, steps, sidewalks. Licensed and bonded. Call John W. Holcom, 913-127-5112 after i CONCRETE DRIVEWAYS, sidewalks, patios, porches, foundation repair. Licensed, bonded. Free estimates. 823-4973, 823-8886. Funtril Directors Monument* 1 WE ARE proud ol our reputation for the finest In workmanship In every memorial. Granite • Marble - Bronze. MEMORIAL ART CO., Inc. 1M6-10 South 9th 823 29*1 Personals PREGNANCY UNPLANNED? Birthright cares. 823-3113. 11» South 7th. Fr»e Tests. Confidentiality. You will be surprised. Classified ads sell old things. ROY HUFF Concrete. Sidewalk, patio, driveways. Will do tear out work. Free estimates. 827-7831. ALL TYPES home repair and painting. Interior and exterior. 50 mile radius. Phone 827-4217. BASEMENT WALL and foundation repair, cement block laying. Free estimates. 823-2069. ALL TYPES of flat concrete work. Licensed and bonded. Free estimates. Holcom Construction, 823-8414. CONCRETE WORK. Floors, driveways, sidewalks, porches, basement Us. 823-8183. TJOME REMODELING, cabinet making, patios, siding. 827-581*. Ijurslng-ltost Homos 88 ROOM, BOARD and laundry lor elderly resident. Ambulatory, next to bath. TV, air conditioning. Reasonable. 8251228. Movtng-ttorago 87 MINI WAREHOUSES and outdoor trailer storage. Call 8a7-2*8t. Odd Jobs 61 PAINTING, INSIDE/outsWe cement patch work, carpenter repairs, all odd lobs. Murrell, t2MS7e. Painting Papering 63 Photography 67 FAST, CONVENIENT, dependable film developing. Ms. Silk Photo Drive In, Sunset Plaza Shopping Center. .. Plumbing-Sewer Service 71 FULLER'S SEPTIC tank service. Septic tanks and lateral lines Installed and repaired, commercial and residential pumping. 823-3564, 827-6882. 79 Tree-Trimming_?* m 5Y§t*? r J y i?!* FOR ALL your tree work and stump removal, shrubs and bushes trimmed. Licensed, Insured. Free estimate. Neat work. CECIL HEART, 823- 2198. TREE AND stump removal. Odd jobs. License, bonded, Insured., Shamrock Tree Service. 827-5202 after 6 pm. SMOCK'S TREE Trimming, licensed, bonded, Insured. Call 825-1783 evenings, weekends. ART LEONHART'S Tree Service, Stump Removal. Free estimates. 8275023,827-5657. Miscellaneous Services 83 ASPHALT, paving, seal coating, and repair sidewalks, parking lots. Free estimates. All work guaranteed. Harry White. 825-0559. ' LAWN MOWING, trimming; basement, garage and yard cleaning) light hauling. Call Dave. 827-5MO. ' '*•• CARPET INSTALLATION. Formica, vinyl, ceramic. 825-8932, William E, .U(rich. J ASPHALT PAVING, seal coating, driveways and patching. »l3-283-4820, . ROOF REPAIRS, all kind*. Call for free estimate, 655-8741 or 655-7*01. •

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