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Help Wanted

2008 CHEVY MALIBU LTZ, 16,000 miles. Excellent condition. $15,700 OBO. Must see to appreciate! 660-229-3298

ONE AND TWO bedroom homes for rent. Call Marshall Realty, 660-815-1805 or 660-815-7951

IF YOU NEED a used refrigerator, cooking stove, washer, dryer or freezer, call Frank's Appliance 886-6021.

Child Care

THREE BEDROOM, 2.5 bath, full basement. $700/month, $700 deposit. 573-818-4925

HOME CHILDCARE has immediate openings. Degree in childhood development. 14 years experience. State pay accepted. 229-0089.

DIRECTOR TO oversee group homes in Marshall for the mentally handicapped, developmentally disabled adults. Bachelor's degree in human related field. Send resumes to Executive Director, 1353 Buchanan St., St. Joseph, MO 64501.

THREE BEDROOM houses for rent, available immediately. 660886-8488

For Rent Apartments

TWO BEDROOM, newly renovated. $495/month. No pets. 631-2135.

APARTMENTS FOR Rent in Slater. Recently remodeled. Sewer, water and trash included. One bedroom $350.00, 2 bedroom $425.00. 886-0182.

TWO BEDROOM, one bath, detached garage. $450/month. 816-718-6169

FOR RENT: Westport Village Senior Housing apartments is accepting applications. 911 S. Apache Dr. All utilities paid, rent based on income. Must be 62 yrs. old or handicapped or disabled. Call Kim at Action Management. 660-631-0030. Relay 711. This institution is an equal housing opportunity provider. NICE CLEAN partially furnished studio apartment. References/deposit, no pets. 886-7333 days, 631-1566 evenings. NICE STUDIO apartment, furnished with utilities. References, deposit, lease. No pets, no smoking. $350/month. 660-202-2889

For Rent Misc. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY For Lease. Excellent locations. Near new construction. Energy efficient. 886-8009. FOR RENT: Retail/Office Units, great Odell location. Commercial shop/storage, 4,000+ square feet, insulated/heated, 16' doors. 660-229-4700.

For Sale Misc. MATTRESS SETS: Twin $89.99, Full $99.99, Queen $199.99, Queen Pillowtop $249.99. Dutch Kountry Market & Furniture, 10340 E. Hwy. 50, Knob Noster, MO 65336. 660-563-2941. USED FURNITURE, mini refrigerators, sofa, chairs, table sets. New mattress on sale, plus free delivery, set-up & haul off old beds. Better Homes & Bargains, 7 E. Eastwood, 886-5880

NOW ACCEPTING Applications for 1, 2 & 3 bedroom units. Range, refrigerator, water & sewer provided. Rental assistance is available. Apply at 275 S. Redman or call 660-886-9664. Equal Opportunity Housing.

For Rent Duplex NICE CLEAN one bedroom duplex, no pets, deposit required. Owner/agent. 631-5060. THREE BEDROOM, stove refrigerator, dishwasher, carport. No pets. $530/month 631-2135

Buy • Sell • Trade Classifieds 886-2233

THE VOX BOX is offering flutes, clarinets, trumpets, trombones & alto saxophones, reconditioned and affordable. 886-6935, Monday-Saturday.

PRESORTED STANDARD U.S. POSTAGE PAID WAVERLY, MO 64096 PERMIT NO. 10 BOX HOLDER RURAL ROUTE CAR - RT - PRE - SORT

PRESORTED STANDARD U.S. POSTAGE PAID MARSHALL, MO 65340 PERMIT NO. 140 BOX HOLDER RURAL ROUTE CAR - RT - PRE - SORT

Help Wanted Ag-Power, Inc., a growing company that offers competitive wages and room for advancement is currently hiring at all locations (Carrollton, Centerview, Higginsville, Marshall and Sedalia) for the following positions: Service Technicians; Service Manager; Field Technicians; Sales. If you are interested in joining the Ag-Power Team please send your resume and salary requirements to: smistler@ag-power.com. Cable Advertising Sales Representative position is available with Prime Media Inc., the leader in cable advertising. Seeking an assertive, energetic, and goal-oriented individual with previous experience in sales. Position is responsible for increasing local sales, customer service, and managing customer relationships. Candidate will work closely with networks like ESPN, CNN, and more to bring the most powerful advertising options to their customers and must be willing to travel. The successful applicant will receive a competitive salary, commissions, excellent benefit package including medical/dental/life and vacation. For consideration please email resume with references to jemerson@pmpmail.net.

EXPERIENCED CLASS A CDL driver. Must have experience with OS/OW permitted loads, with a minimum of 2 years experience loading and unloading heavy equipment on a low-boy trailer. Travel throughout the Midwest. Call 660-656-9506

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HARTLAND RESIDENTIAL CARE CENTER, 23435 Ladder Drive. Hiring Level 1 CMA & Insulin administration trained, parttime. Please apply in person to fill out application. HELP WANTED, part time. Apply at Country Floral & Keepsakes, 22 E. Arrow. MANAGER/CUSTOMER SERVICE Representative needed, fulltime and part-time: Consumer lending, collections a plus. No experience necessary. 401k, bonuses, vacations, health, dental, vision. Fax resume/salary requirements to 573-642-6559. QUALITY LAWN CARE is seeking a hard working, dependable, self-motivated person for lawn care and irrigation. Drug and alcohol free environment. John, 886-3915

Look for the

Fall Adult Ed Brochure insert Wednesday, August 28, in The Marshall Democrat-News and The Saline County Citizen. Saline County Career Center has many classes to choose from. Watch for your copy and read about the classes that are being offered.

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John Rector Motors “Highest Ranked in Initial Quality for Midsize Sporting Car”(tie) “Large Car, Large Truck, CUV. Large Heavy Duty Pickup, Large Light Duty Pickup” (tie) MORE 2013 INITIAL QUALITY AWARDS THAN ANY OTHER AUTOMOTIVE BRAND

Friday, August 23 • 4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. 27003 Daybreak Avenue Linn Street, Malta Bend, MO Located in the Hall

ONE-BEDROOM apartment, utilities included. $400 a month, plus deposit. 815-7371 TWO BEDROOM, stove, refrigerator, washer/dryer, garage. All electric. No pets. $425/month. 631-2135

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FOR RENT: Now taking applications Westport Gardens Apartments. One & two bedroom units. Call Kim at Action Management. 660-831-0030. TDD: 800-7352966. This institution is an equal housing opportunity provider.

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Book your appointment today at savealifenow.org, enter Sponsor Code: AMERICANLE. You may also contact Jim Brown at 660-815-7858.

FISH FRY Saturday, August 24 4:00 - 7:00 PM

First Presbyterian “Rock” Church • 886-5112 Adults $10.00 Child $5.00 Drive-Thru & Carry Out @Martin Community Center

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Open The Door To Color (NAPSA)—Your front door is talking about you. Its appearance speaks to your personality, decorators say. Too often, the front door of our home tends to be drab shades of beige, brown, white and gray, while the fun, vibrant colors are used to make interior and exterior walls and siding stand out. When you consider that all visitors pass through the front door, a dull and dreary door could give the wrong impression. Your front door could be an opportunity to make a bold statement about yourself with a vibrant blue, a knockout red or a daring yellow-green. “Selecting big, bold color for the front door and adding accent pillows and cushions for outdoor furniture or wall art on the outside is becoming much more popular,” said PPG color expert Dee Schlotter. “Homeowners should use traditional, long-lasting colors for home exteriors and save the statementmaking hues for accent pieces like doors and porch furniture.” A different shade for shutters can also provide a colorful contrast. Contrary to some beliefs, front doors and shutters don’t always have to match. In fact, using different colors on the two features calls more attention and can add appeal to your home. The outside of your house can in fact define who you are and how you live on the inside. Exterior paint jobs are about more than just the color, though. Selecting the proper products for various exterior surfaces can make the difference between a well-executed paint job that will withstand the natural elements and one that will require significant upkeep to stay eye-catching and impressive. Proper planning and priming before adding that

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HOUSE FOR SALE: $50,000. 607 N. Franklin, owner financing with $5,000 down, $475 monthly for 15 years. Three bedroom, two bath, walkout basement, central heat and air. 816-3085101

MHS CLASS OF 1983: 30th reunion September 20-21. Friday: reception after football game, Hustler's. Saturday: picnic, 12:00pm, Optimist Shelter House; reception 7:30pm (location TBD). RSVP by Sept. 4th marshall83reunion@gmail.com. Spread the word!

PRICE REDUCED: $31,900: 2 bedroom house in Slater with garage & basement. Asking price includes appliances. 660-8154437

Your front door can actually help express your personality. new, brighter color can ensure longevity for a lively, vivacious home exterior. To spice up the exterior of your home and welcome friends and family in a whole new way, try these tips: •Choosing a color palette that works together is important. Mix, match and experiment before committing to your new statementmaking exterior color. •Don’t forget the porch ceiling. Selecting a color other than white can play off features such as ceiling fans or even the brightness of the sky. •What would your door look like if it was painted red—try it on PPG Pittsburgh Paints’ Paint Your Own Room Visualizer—now available on the tablet. Snap a picture of your door and then apply any color you like so that you can see how it can change the personality of your whole home. •Learn more through PPG Pittsburgh Paints’ The Voice of Color program. PPG Pittsburgh Paints analyzes upcoming color trends and incorporates the hues into color palettes. You can find it at www.voiceofcolor.com.

New Technology Puts Comfort Under Your Control (NAPSA)—New technology is making it easier to have a home that is comfortable in any season. This is good news for homeowners since many older homes in the U.S. still have cooling and heating systems that leave parts of a house either unbearably hot or uncomfortably cold. Choosing the right system is key since this allows homeowners to cool the rooms they use the most while saving energy in less-used areas of the house. Industry experts refer to this as “zone control.” Fortunately, new systems from Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating employ advanced technology that can precisely adjust each room’s temperature to the homeowner’s preference. “With these systems, I can be in control of the air my kids are breathing,” said design expert Cortney Novogratz. “Also, the zoning capabilities allow me to set areas of my house at different temperatures. With seven kids, being able to set the thermostat so that different areas are at various temperatures is a huge benefit. My kids’ rooms can be set at a temperature where they’re comfortable, while the rest of the house might be set at another temperature.” This “zone-control” feature helps homeowners reduce energy costs. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), 50 percent of the average home’s energy bill can be linked directly to cooling and heating costs, amounting to approximately $1,100 per year. Controlling your

House for Sale

Land for Sale / Rent

4100 sq. ft. OFFICE, 1445 W COLLEGE St. $1500 per month, will divide. Swinger Realtors, Broker/Owner. 886-3388

LARGE LOT in Slater, with double car garage. For sale by owner, $12,500. 660-529-9795

Pets

Lost & Found FOUND: Kindle Fire in Marshall, Friday afternoon (8/9). To claim, contact 660-221-3752. Please have serial number or description of device. FOUND: prescription glasses on Courthouse lawn at MMB concert Thursday 8/15/13. To identify and claim, stop by the Marshall Democrat-News office, 121 N Lafayette, Mon-Fri 8:00am-5:30pm.

Mobile Homes Sale / Rent NICE 2002 MOBILE home, 16'x80', 2 full bath, 3 bedroom, All electric with all appliances. $15,000 firm. 660-335-6544, 660-281-2243

Moving & Storage BANKS MOVING And Storage Company. Storage units now available, easy access, low rates, video surveillance. 975 W. Jackson. 886-7471, 855-559-7471. MARSHALL CENTRAL Storage. South Odell and new location on Drake Road. Various sizes both locations. 886-4600. MARSHALL MINI-STORAGE. Hwy. 20 West. U-Store! U-Lock! Car-Boats-Furniture-Etc. 8869499 or 886-8268. SOUTH 65 STORAGE. Lowest prices in county. Various sizes. Lighted units. 886-8037.

The ability to control your comfort on a room-by-room basis gives you more control over the energy budget for your home. comfort on a room-by-room basis gives you more control over your energy budget. Multiple Benefits In addition, homeowners can also receive a tax credit of 10 percent, or up to $300, for qualifying Mitsubishi Electric systems through the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012. These systems benefit the environment as well. They are made of mostly recyclable parts and use an environmentally friendly refrigerant that won’t pollute the environment. Control From A Distance Another feature that makes this a cool way to add comfort to your home is the fact that the system can be controlled anytime, anywhere through a smartphone or other Internet-enabled device. To learn more, visit the website at www.mitsubishi-cooling.com.

Office Space

Notice NOW ACCEPTING YOUR Items for Consignment Auction: Please call 886-9341 from 8:00am4:00pm. 624 N Miami, Old North IGA building. NEXT SALE 8/24 10:00am THE CITY OF SLATER is currently accepting INDIVIDUAL BIDS for the following vehicles: 1997 Dodge Intrepid; 1993 Chrysler New Yorker; 1985 Dodge Pickup; 1981 Chevrolet Pickup; 1995 Pontiac Grand Prix; 1996 Chevrolet Cavalier. These vehicles can be viewed at Slater Police Department, 117 N. Walnut, Slater. The closing date for submitting your sealed bid is September 5, 2013, at 4:00 p.m. Send bids to: Attention Chief Keith A. Wright, Slater Police Department, 117 N. Walnut, Slater, MO 65349. The City of Slater maintains the right to reject any or all bids.

FOR SALE: Mini Dachshunds, purebred (no papers). 3 males, approx. 9 wks. First round of shots & wormed. Asking $150/cash. 660-221-0305

To the many friends and co-workers of

Jeremy Marks

We thank you so very much for your gifts of donations, food, cards, thoughts, and many prayers. From Jeremy’s family, His son Cody, Mom and Dad, his sister and her family and Bellenda

Work Wanted ROCK HAULING and spreading. Also haul DDGs and free compost. Call Ted, Triangle Trucking, 660-631-2538

To Buy, Sell, or Trade the classifieds is where you want to look.

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Auction Saturday, Aug. 24, 2013, 10:00 am Old North IGA Building, 624 N. Miami Riley Crawford, 886-9341 Over 75 pieces of Precious Moments Figurines, Disney Snow globes, Lots of Christmas, Santas & Figurines, Hull Vases Silver Tea Set, Blue Glass, Animal Figurines, Coke Figurines, Snowbabies Collection, McCoy Cookie Jars & Figurines, Disney Cookie Jars, Pony with Hat Cookie Jar 1962 Mint Condition, Santa & Snowman Cookie Jars, 6 Crocks Western Stoneware all Sizes, 14 Lamps, 10 piece Lighted Christmas Village Sets, 24 Porcelain Bird Houses, Over 80 pieces of Mar-Crest Stoneware, Haeger Vase

Furniture

Call 886-2233 to place your ad today.

Broyhill China Cabinet Smaller Lighted China Cabinet

Both Excellent Condition Like New

Sliegh Bed, Like New, Full Size, Wrought Iron & Wood Bed, Full Size, Bed with Dresser, Mirror & Chest, Like New, Cherry Desk with Glass Top, Lighted Curio Cabinet, Book Shelves, 2 Small Desks,Large Desk, 2 Broyhill Chairs, Older Broyhill Couch & Chair, Wood & Wicker Rocker, Excellent Condition, File Cabinet, Glider Rocker, End Tables, Old Stereo Cabinet, Entertainment Center built in DVD Holders, New Fireless Flame Fireplace, Old Dresser, Beautiful, Old Bedr. Set, Head & Foot Board, Chest Drawers, & Vanity Dresser with Mirror, Excellent Condition, Floor Model Large Telescope, Open China Hutch.

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Knowledge Is Power For Surviving The Cure For Childhood Cancer (NAPSA)—According to the American Cancer Society, there’s some good news about childhood cancer: The vast majority of children with cancer will survive for many years. While cancer remains the leading cause of death by disease for children under the age of 15, more kids are living, more families remain whole, and more days once filled with grief are spent celebrating life. The advancements in childhood cancer treatments are astounding. That said, there are challenges that become more pressing every day as a result of this positive trend. Treating cancer isn’t easy on the doctors, researchers and, especially, the patients. With cancer, the goal is survival and the methods are often harsh and come with long-term effects. The Problem For many children, survival is only half the battle. Certain health problems called late effects often arise, including heart, lung and kidney issues. Often, health care providers for adults who have survived childhood cancer are in the dark as to what treatments were used and what the effects may have been. This makes selecting the proper protocols for adulthood health care very difficult. A Resource Drs. Lillian Meacham and Ann Mertens at the Aflac Cancer Center in Atlanta understand these effects better than most and have dedicated their careers to helping young people survive the cure as well as the cancer itself. They also created SurvivorLink. Endowed in part by Aflac, it is the only statewide Web-based data source for childhood cancer survivors.

Until recently, many childhood cancer survivors were unaware of the effect their treatments could have on their long-term health. The site provides a cache of information for doctors and nurses who treat cancer survivors. These medical professionals can access health records online and understand the diagnosis and treatments that were used to fight the cancer and better approach future health care decisions armed with knowledge that in the past was either forgotten or not recorded in an accessible format. Researchers also use the source to study the long-term effect of chemotherapy and radiation on children and develop new protocols. David R. Freyer, Director of the LIFE Cancer Survivorship & Transition Program at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, and Member of the Survivorship & Outcomes Steering Committee of the Children’s Oncology Group, agrees that SurvivorLink helps researchers and providers who treat patients after the cancer is cured. “Many young patients are unaware of the details around their cancer treatments,” Dr. Freyer says. “SurvivorLink at the Aflac Cancer Center helps gather and coordinate treatment information that can be used to make decisions that benefit childhood cancer survivors throughout their lives.” Learn More To find out more about SurvivorLink, go to www.cancersur vivorlink.org. To find out more about Aflac’s $80 million comA new online resource can help mitment to children’s cancer people who survived childhood treatment and research, go to cancer lead healthier adult lives. www.Aflac.com.

Spot It Early: Lifesaving Lesson About Skin Cancer (NAPSA)—Whenever you’re under the sun, whether it’s summer or winter, it’s important to guard against sun damage. Ultraviolet radiation from the sun is the No. 1 cause of skin cancer, and it often doesn’t develop until later in life. Take, for example, retiree Adelbert “Mac” McIntyre, who now lives in Hawaii. Between his day job laying gas pipelines in San Diego and his free time spent on the beach, Mac found both his life’s work and his relaxation in the sunshine. All that sunlight took a toll. When he had a routine physical, Kaiser Permanente doctors found a small spot on McIntyre’s chest that caused some suspicion. “They said it looked rather peculiar,” he remembered. Test results confirmed that suspicion—McIntyre had melanoma. Melanoma is the third most common type of skin cancer, but it’s by far the most deadly because it can spread to a person’s lymph nodes and organs. The National Cancer Institute estimates that one in 50 men and women will be diagnosed with melanoma during their lifetimes. More than 9,000 people in the United States will die from the disease this year. “When caught early, melanoma is highly treatable,” said Amy Reisenauer, M.D., a Kaiser Permanente dermatologist. Although doctors removed McIntyre’s skin cancer twice in one year, he forgot to follow up with his dermatologist. The cancer developed for a third time. “I think it’s probably human nature to feel like, well, I had something on my skin, it was a skin cancer, but they cut it out, so it’s done,” said Dr. Reisenauer. “But in fact— especially with melanoma—there is a risk for it to spread to other parts

a simple self-examination using a full-length mirror. At its earliest stage, melanoma is usually identifiable by oddly shaped moles or marks that appear on the body. Know the “ABCDs” of melanoma: •A is for Asymmetry. One half of the mole looks different from the other half. •B is for Border Irregularity. The edges are ragged, notched or blurred. •C is for Color. Watch for shades of red and black, or a red, white and blue mottled appearance. •D is for Diameter. The mole is larger than a pencil eraser. (Harmless moles are usually smaller than this.) A self-exam for any of these symptoms should be done once a month. How To Prevent Skin Cancer •Avoid the sun when its rays are the strongest—between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. •Wear clothing to protect exposed skin—a wide-brimmed hat, long pants, sunglasses and a long-sleeved shirt. •Apply sunscreen that protects against both UVA and UVB rays with a sun protective factor (SPF) of 15 or higher. Look for all these terms (UVA, UVB and SPF) on the label. •Reapply sunscreen every two hours for maximum protection from UVA and UVB rays. •Avoid indoor tanning. Where To Learn More Visit kp.org for more information and sfy.co/jLf3 to see a transcript of a recent #kphealthychat on Twitter with Kaiser Permanente dermatologist Jeffrey Benabio, M.D. For questions or advice about a specific condition, always consult with your physician.

It’s a healthy idea to check yourself regularly for signs of skin cancer. A dermatologist can tell you how. of the body, and you really do need to be seen on a regular basis.” Fortunately, a newly created melanoma patient registry flagged McIntyre’s missed visit. Kaiser Permanente scheduled another appointment, and just in time. Dr. Reisenauer discovered melanoma on his back early enough to remove it successfully. While some people may not be so lucky, the good news is that many types of skin cancer are easy to prevent and most can be cured if caught early. You can see a video about McIntyre’s story at http://bit.ly/19Rumc0. These lifesaving tips can help you protect yourself against skin cancer all year long. Who’s At Risk For Melanoma Though men over 50 are most at risk for developing melanoma, there is a rise in young women developing melanoma as well. But these demographics are not exclusive, and often, men and women who develop melanoma are dealing with fallout from sun damage that began when they were children. How To Spot Melanoma Melanoma can be found with

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Red Cross Pharmacy, Inc., an independently owned regional pharmacy chain has several full-time pharmacy technician positions available in Marshall. Minimum requirements include the following: • Self-starter with the ability to organize; prioritize and accomplish tasks with attention to detail. • Strong interpersonal communication and organizational skills. • Strong computer/PC skills. • Strong customer service and team orientation. • Knowledge and/or experience in pharmacy a plus. • Bilingual in Spanish is a must for two of the pharmacy technician positions. Competitive wages and full -time benefits Qualified candidates should submit their resume in confidence via email to Quentin Robinson at qrobinson@rcpharmacy.net and to Justin May at jmay@rcpharmacy.net


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