The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 3, 1985 · Page 23
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Salina, Kansas
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Wednesday, April 3, 1985
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C. Fuller Sheldon, his wife Gloria and their children in their Mapleton, N.D., home. Growing number of North Dakota residents practice home schooling MAPLETON, N.D. (AP) ,—. As chairman of the school board, C. Fuller Sheldon says he thinks the schools are "doing as well as they can." But as the father of two children, he has pulled them out of school to educate them at home. Sheldon and his wife, Gloria, say they will continue to teach their children at home despite a court order directing them to return the children to public school. "We think home schooling is a much more viable alternative to public schooling," said Sheldon, a truck driver. "We'll 'wait and see what happens with the appeal (of the order)." The Sheldons are among a grow- ,ing number of parents who have defied North Dakota's compulsory attendance law by instructing their children in the home. Most often the instruction is religious in nature. The Rev. Clinton Birst, president of the North Dakota Home Schooling Association, said his group has about 200 families and individuals on its mailing list, but contends the number of home schooling practitioners is much larger. Elmer Huber, deputy superintendent of the Department of Public Instruction, said he believes the number is much smaller, but agrees that home schooling is on the rise. "There really is no way to put a figure on it," Huber said. "All we can do is turn any reports of home schooling over to (local) state's attorneys for prosecution. We don't keep a log on (the number of calls)." f Nationwide, home schooling also is on the rise. By some estimates, there are 250,000 children being taught at home, according to Jordan Lorence of the Home School Legal Defense Association in Washington. North Dakota's compulsory school attendance law requires all children ages six to 17 to attend either a state-approved public, private or parochial school, Huber said. To meet state approval, the school's teachers must be certified by the state. But few home schooling parents are certified and that has led to criminal charges in some cases. A Cass County judge declared the Sheldon children truant in February and ordered them back to school. The family is appealing the ruling to the North Dakota Supreme Court. If they lose the appeal, the Sheldons probably will move out of the state. Vietnam memorial lacks names WASHINGTON (AP) - Barbara Broadhead said she wept when she watched on television as the nation honored its Vietnam war dead on Memorial Day last year. The centerpiece of the ceremonies was the Vietnam Veterans memorial, a long black wall bearing the names of those who died. Broadhead assumed her husband's name was carved in the stone. Air Force Lt. Larry Broadhead was killed in 1969 when his bomber crashed on takeoff. His body was never recovered from the waters off the coast of Guam. "I watched all the memorial services on TV and shed my tears and was thankful that the country had honored them, never knowing that his name wasn't up there," said Broadhead, who lives near Houston. "I loved the memorial. I thought it depicted the stark realism of Vietnam. It was a combination of emotions and I liked it. And it never occurred to me that my husband's name wasn't on it." Broadhead said the family didn't find out until friends visited the memorial site on the Mall in Washington last summer. Now she and her father-in-law, Leo Broadhead of Edmond, Okla., are fighting to get all the missing names onto the memorial. The problem is there are at least 330 service members who died on combat missions outside the official combat zone, designated under the Internal Revenue Code for pay purposes. But there is only room for about 200 more names on the memorial. Assistant Secretary of Defense .Lawrence J. Korb wrote to Okla- homa Sen. Don Nickles on March 6 that the Defense Department agrees Broadhead and the 330-plus others should be listed on the memorial. Korb said the lack of space on the memorial might force the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund, which raised the private money that paid for the monument, "to close out the memorial, build additional memorial space, or take a hard line position sticking to the original criteria." "I wish somebody would've thought of this before we put up the memorial," said Jan Scruggs, president of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund. He said the committee carefully went through every casualty list they could find before settling on 57,939 names for original .inscription. For only $94.35*a month, ou can nave 6,000 today. At Commercial Credit, we make it easy to get the money you need. With payments you can afford. No matter what you need the money for. Personal loans to fit a person's budget. AMOUNT TERM MONTHLY PAYMENT We'll even take your application over the phone. 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TAYLOR, husband and wile; THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF SALINE COUNTY, KANSAS; and JOHN DOE AND WIFE, IF ANY, WHOSE TRUE NAMES ARE UNKNOWN, THE OCCUPANTS OF THE PREMISES DESCRIBED HEREIN, Defendants, NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Cose No. 85C-14 Under and by virtue of on Order of Sale Issued by the Clerk of the District Court In and for the sold County of Saltne, in a certain cause In sold Court, numbered 85 C-14, wherein the parlies above named were respectively plaintiff and defendants, and to me the undersigned Sheriff of said County, directed, I will offer for sale, at public auction, and sell to trie highest* bidder for cash in hand, at the South Front Door of the City- County Building, 300 West Ash, in the City of Salina. In said County, on Tuesday, April 30, 1985, at 10 o'clock A.M. of said doy, the following described real estate situated In the County of Saline, and Slate of Kan;as. to-wit: Lot Thirteen (13) and Lot Fourteen (14), Block Two (2). Rivervlew Addition, except that part taken for widening of Riversiae Drive in Ordinance No. 6776, in The Cily of Salina, Saline County, Kansas. DARRELL WILSON • Sheriff of Saline County. Kansas ATTEST: BETTY J. JUST Clerk of the District Court ACHTERBERG & NEUSTROM 118 South 7th Street P.O. Box 1604 Salina, KS 67402-1604 913-827-0344 Attorneys for Plaintiff (SEAL) (3tsp| (First Published in The Salina Journal April 3, 1985) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF SALINE COUNTY, KANSAS PROBATE DIVISION In the Matter of the Estate of LILLIE L. SMITH, Deceased NOTICE OF HEARING THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You ore hereby notified.that a peti- >n has been filed in this court by Arthur Reese, sole heir at law of Lillie L. Smith, deceased, praying for the determination of the descent of ; roperty or interests therein, owned y the decedent at the time of death; and you are hereby required to file ; our written defenses thereto on or elore the 26th day of April, 1985, at 11:00 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 fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. ARTHUR REESE, Petitioner LEHMAN, GUILFOYLE B, HINKLE 306 Northwest Second St. Abilene, Kansas 67410 (913) 263-3070 Attorneys for Petitioner (3tsp) (First Published In The Salina Journal April 3, 1985) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF SALINE COUNTY. KANSAS n the Matter of the Marriage of ISA LYNN WILSON and ONNIE RANDALL WILSON NOTICE OF SUIT Case No. 85 D-90 itate of Kansas to Lonnie Randall Wllion: You are hereby notified that a pell- ion for an absolute divorce has been lied in the Saline County District Court By Lisa Lynn Wilson, praying for an absolute decree of divorce and 'ou are hereby required to plead to aid petition on or before the 20th lay of May, 1985, in said Court, at Salina, Saline County, Kansas. Should 'ou fall therein, (udgment and decree will be entered in due course upon laid petition. Terry Clark 914 North 8th Salina, Kansas 67401 (913) 825-4868 Attorney for Petitioner (3tsp) PHASE IV D.J. Service. Professional D.J.'s for all occasslons. Specializing In wedding receptions, prl- yj^fartles^nniversarles. 827-8848. LOSE WEIGHT Now! The easy Inexpensive way with the Herbal diet. Kristy B23-38B9. (First Published In The Sollno Journal March 20, 1985) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF SALINE COUNTY, KANSAS PROBATE DIVISION In the Matter of the Estate of LESLIE O. AUSTIN, Deceased NOTICE OF HEARING Case No. 83 P-96 THE STATE OF KANSAS, TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that a Petition has been filed in this Court by Martha E. Austin, the duly appointed, qualified and acting Executor of the Estate of Leslie O. Austin, deceased, staying that her acts be approved, that her account be settled and allowed, that the Will be construed and Ihe estate be assigned to the persons entitled thereto: that fees and ex- lenses be allowed; that the costs be ieterrnined and ordered paid; that the administration of the estate be closed; that the Executor be discharged; and that shd be released Irom further liability. You are reauired to File your writ- len defenses thereto on or before the 12th day of April, 1985, at 10:00 o'clock a.m., of said day, In said Court, In the City of Salina In Saline County, Kansas, at which time and ilace said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon the Petition. MARTHA E. AUSTIN Petitioner EIDSON, LEWIS, PORTER 8 HAYNES 1300 Merchants National Bank Bldg. Topeka, KS 66612 (913) 233-2332 Attorneys for Petitioner (3tsp) Classified Advertisements Dial 823-6363 Or write PO Box 740, Salina, Kans. 67402 10 WORDS MINIMUM SI.40 Minimum Charge 1 time, per word 14* 3 times, per word 34' 7 times, per word 50* 31 times, per word $1.84 Rain apply to rtildents In Satin* retail trade area only. Op«h rate li 14* per word or U.40 p«r col. Inch per day on weekdays, 19.00 per col. Inch on Sundays. SO* Postage & handling charge on all non-contract want ads If cash does not accompany order. The Salina Journal Wednesday, April 3,1985 Page 24 Cash with order . , - _. SAVES YOU 10% (For adt placed 3 limes or more, plus Ihe 50' handling charge) (Add 4 words for Blind Box Number) BLIND AD SERVICE $1 if replies picked up $3 if replies are mailed •ft 6 <r DISPLAY CLASSIFIED Ads Will Be Accepted' 11 am 2 days before Insertion 4 pm Wednesday for Saturday 11 am Thursday for Sunday One day earlier than above If over to page. At leatt one day earlier than above on holidays. Individual Classified Line Ads One column wide In type this size Will be accepted until 1 PM day before Insertion; 10 AM Friday for Saturday; 1 PM Friday for Sunday. The Salina Journal will not be responsible for more than one Incorrect Insertion. —.?A e ? l «LNotJc«Mi 11 UNIQUE" HASTE'S" Baskets • Moid- fm S ho ,^ lata baskets, two sizes, tilled with candles for young and old. Help Wanted 113 AUTO COLLISION Technician. Ex- ! perlenced, self-motivated, combination man. Larry Esles Body Shop, 780 Graham, Emporla, KS M801. 31«343-2385, Monday • Friday. OREO MANIA Try Our Oreo Shakes • Oreo Mint • Oreo Peanut Butter • Chocolate Oreo Over 101 Flavors Shakes and Malts BOGEY'S 214 W. Kirwin 825-9478 ONE POSITION open for part-time (35-28 hour weeK), In lawn and garden department In retail store. Hours lor morning or afternoon shift. Reply to Box Y-676, Salina Journal. IMMEDIATE OPENING • Assist ant for Doctor's office. Must be Inoe-. pendent and self-motivated. Qualified Persons only need apply. Send resume to Box Y-675, Salina Journal. WANTED: COMBINE Operators and truck drivers for harvest run from May through November. Experience neccessary. Call after 6 prh 454-6238 or 454-6653. WAITRESSES WANTED • Mature and dependable from 10 pm to 6 am. Apply In Person, Russell's Restaurant, 1-135 and Crawford. Funeral Directors & Monuments 1 BRONZE MARKERS."ifyour cemetery requires BRONZE, see us be- lore you make your purchase. MEMORIAL ART CO., Inc. 1608-10 South 9th 823-2981 THE GEISENDORF RUSH SMITH FUNERAL HOME SINCE 1906 A Service That Costs No More —Yet Offers Much More James Gelsendorf Personals 9 HERBAL DIET Sale. Great Stuff, feel great, too! Sue, 823-1182. " TIME 1 "DEE ICE CREAM PREGNANCY UNPLANNED? Birthright csres. 1414 S. Santa Fe, 823-3113. Free tests. Confidentiality. YOU GOT The Herbal Blues? Call Diet Center, 823-7207. Rusty Happy 18th Love, Mom and Family Special Notices 11 INTRODUCING R.F. 2. Research Formula-2. A better way to better health. R.F. 2-was developed by a scientist In the medical profession and Is thoroughly approved by the F.D.A. For Information, call D. & B. Enterprises, 913-827-6883. Dedicated to health and nutrition. I WILL not be responsible for any debts other than my own. Mike Stonebraker. WE'RE YOUR Local Western Union Agent. Mall-Plus, 913-857-7835, 1817 South Broadway. LOSE WEIGHT Nowl Ask us how. Inexpensive. Andrew Stlerwalt, 8231019. THREE WISHES ARE YOURS... • MANY CALLS • GOOD CUSTOMERS • GREAT SALES Guaranteed through the CUuSlrlEDS CALL 823-6363 PLEASE CHECK YOUR AD! The Salina Journal Classified Department makes every effort to avoid errors, but when we handle hundreds of ads each day, most ordered by telephone, 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 correct your ad for the earliest possible edition. The Salina Journal regrets that we cannot be responsible for any errors beyond the first day If you fall to tell us about It. CLASSIFIED AD DEPT. (913)823-6363 NOTICE Classified Ad Deadlines 11:00 AM 2 Days before insertion for Display Classified. 11 am Thursday for Sunday Ads over Vi page I day earlier than above. The deadline for WANT ADS and deleting want ads before normal expiration 1:00 PM day before Insertion. 1 PM Friday for Sunday. Lost-Found-Strayed 15 LOST: MAN'S gold diamond ring, 1.75 carats, with four small uncut ba- iuette diamonds. Vicinity of Western Izzler on West Crawford, Wednesday evening, March 6. Reward I 8270229, 10:30 am • 5:30 pm. Schools-Instructions 17 CAREER EDUCATION - choose from 9 Career programs. You de serve the best. Call Brown Mackle College, (913) 825-5422. Help Wanted 113 WANTED: AGGRESSIVE, sales oriented, self-starter for District Sales Manager for The Salina Journal. Duties would Involve coordinating sales, service and collections efforts In the South Salina area. Must be able to work well with youngsters and varied hours. Good salary, company car and benefits for the right individual. Applications being accepted through April 6th at 333 South 4th, SEARS PORTRAIT Studio Is ex pandlng and we are looking for pro lesslnal people with flexible hours to work In the studio. Job Includes sales, photography and some book keeping. We will frfan the right people for these openings. If you think you are the right person, apply at Sears Portrait Studio, Monday Friday, 10 am • 5 pm. Equal Op portunlty Employer. ADVERTISING PERSON, full time, must be aggressive, creative, have neat hand lettering, good typing speed and able to keep records. Typesetting experience Is helpful. Send resume and samples of hand lettering to: Boogaart's Supply Incorporated, Advertising Department, 125 East 5th, Concordla, KS 66901. No interviews at this time. NEEDING SERVICE Representative to Install automatic fire systems Must have type threading expe rlence. Job Is salary plus commis slon, plus excellent |ob benefits. Apply In person at American Fire Equipment Company, 808 North 10th, Salina. SECRETARY to support retail sales department, Monday - Friday, 8 am • 5 pm. Typing proficiency anc clerical ability neccessary, some speedwrltlng or shorthand required Previous secretarial experience preferred. Good fringe benefits. Send re sume to Box Y-673, Salina Journal. POSITION OPEN Immediately In retail business. Ice cream and foun tain salesperson. Must be Independ ent and self-motivated. 30-40 hours per week, evenings and weekends Send resume to Box Y-678, Salina Journal. HOUSWIVES EARN extra money and still have time to spend with your family. Burger King Is now tak Ing applications for lunch help 11:30 1:30, Monday - Friday. Apply weekdays between 2 - 4 pm, 520 South Broadway and 316 East Iron. HELP WANTED - Ellsworth, Age 12 and older. The Salina Journal Is accepting applications for morning delivered CARRIER ROUTES In ELLSWORTH. Mall application to SALINA JOURNAL, P.O. Box 779, Salina, KS 67402, Attn: Tim Sullivan or call l-BOO-432-7606. SURROGATE MOTHER needed for Infertile couples. Artificial Insemination; must be healthy, 21, given birth to healthy chlld(ren). Medical expenses and living expenses ($850 month) paid for 10 months. Call 913233-1344, Hagar Institute, Topeka Kansas. WANTED: PERSON for ranch work. Experience with cow-calf oper atlon and farm machinery neces sary. Housing, Insurance provided, Contact Post Rock Hereford Ranch, Waldo, Ks., 913-942-3342. BODY MAN, must be experienced and have own hand tools. Experience with estimates helpful. Excellent In come potential. Apply In person at Elliott Pontlac, Inc., Great Bend 316-793-5463. NOW TAKING applications for M time and part time Certified Nurses Aides and Certified Medication Aide s. Apply In person at White Cross Health Center, Route 1, Smolan or call 913-668-2251. WANT TO LEARN to drive a truck? We can train your for thai truck driving |obl We offer low cosl quality training. Call Fort Scott Com munlty College collect today 316-223 2700. PART TIME or full time, Inside salesman/bookkeeper with back ground In grain elevator and feed mill equipment. All replies conflden tlal. Reply to Box J-067, Salina Jour nal. IT'S DIXIE DEE time - If you are 18 or more call 827-7942 for your summer fun In the sun as Sallna's best "Good-Humorman" (woman). PARTSMAN • NEW Car Dealership looking for partsman. Send re-; ; sume to P.O. Box 386, Salina, Kansas 67402 1 ____ WANTED: EXPERIENCED cook for evening shift. Apply In person only, Mid America Restaurant, 1842 North 9th. No phone calls. WANTED: TRUCKER with live bottom to, haul hay from Belolt to Garden City area twice a week of Interested In getting one. 738-5984. DENTAL HYGENIST wanting to work In a friendly college town. Please call Dr. R.J. Tlppln, HIM- sboro, Ks., 316-947-3171. SALINA YMCA Stingrays Swim Team Is taking applications for position of Coach. Apply at .YMCA, Salina. PREFER OLDER person for part- time retail liquor store. Send replies to Box Y-677, Salina Journal. THE BAR-K Auction Center needs, part time help. Apply In person from 11 am • 3 pm at 134 South 4th, Salina. SECRETARY. PART-TIME work only. Send resume to P.O. Box 386, Salina, Kansas 67402. OFFICE POSITION, regular hours. Send resume and photo to Box J 069, Salina Journal. LOSE, GAIN or maintain weight. 100% guaranteed. Distributors needed. 825-1929. LIFEGUARDS and SWIMMING INSTRUCTORS needed for Spring and Summer. Join Sallna's Largest and Finest Aquatics Program. We provide In-service training for Instructors. Pick up an application for part-time employment at the Salina Family YMCA. Applicants must have a current ADVANCED LIFESAVING CERTIFICATION. TV TECHNICIAN Experienced in most major brands. Outside and inside work required. Send resume to Box Y-674, Salina Journal. RESPIRATORY THERAPY TECHNICIAN Full time Respiratory Therapy Technician position opening. Must be a certified Respiratory Therapy Tech or would consider previous Rt experience. If qualified, send resume to Personnel-Office, P.O. Sox'lMS, Salina, KS 67401. BE A BOSTON NANNY ' Excellent salaries, benefits and bonuses for dynamic persons who love children and are Interested In the challenging field of chll&are. Bos- Ion's Family Exchange, Inc. offers Ihe best live-In chlldca'e positions, available. Call Kate Golc«leld at 617- J32-6056 or Beth Ingranr.'at 617-8777739 or write to: The Family Ex- :hange Inc., 25 Lakevlew Avenue, I Newton, MA 02160. EXPERIENCED SERVICEMAN We are expanding our service department and currently have an opening for one serviceman. Must be knowl-' edgeable In all phases of mo, bile home service and be able to be on the road 2 weeks at a time: Minimum 2 years experience. Apply In person, Wind- _ tsor Mobile.Homes, 1401 Sperf' cer Road, Newton, Ks. • ' Attention: Ladles of Salina, Ben- nlngton, Gypsum, Bridgeport, i Ellsworth, Kanopolls, Wilson, Minneapolis, Mentor and Smolan — ABuilneiiAIIYourOwn,..- THE AVON WAY, Avon, an American tradition for 98 years, can make your "American dream" come true. Run your own business a|d earn up to 50% of what you sell. Earn more money when you sponsor others as Avon (Representatives. We'll supply the famous prod-, ucts and the free sales training, pis-' cover Avon, America's No. 1 beauty company, today! Call: Dorothy Plowman Avon District Sales Manager 1-488-2229 Evenings WANTED: WELDING INSTRUCTOR The North ,Central Kansas Area Vocational-Technical School Is taking applications for position of Welding Instructor. College degree not required. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. Interested persons should contact Bob Severance, Director, P. O. Box 507, Belolt, Kansas 67420, Telephone 913-738-2276. Salespeople Wanted 115 DIRECT SALES - we need three .,!*"«"• Ha ve leads In steel siding kitchen cabinets, solar, swimming pools, spas. Apply In person, 10 am 4 pm weekdays, 921 Bishop, Salina , HIGH INCOME POTENTIAL Aggressive 5 line Domestic and Import Dealership seeks ambitious Individual to manaae Automobile Finance, Lease and Insurance de partment. Base salary plus, commission plus, desire to sell and earn, will generate high income Comfortable working conditions and fringes Send resume and letter of,application to: ' Box B-54 c/o The Hays Daily News Hays, KS 67601

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