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A2 • SUNDAY • SEPTEMBER 15,2002 • THE HAYS DAILY NEWS LOCAL STATISTICS SEPTEMBER 15,2002 From Kama* State University Agricultural Research Center, Hayt: Saturday high 75 Saturday low 61 Friday high 78 Record high Sept. 15 ....102 in 1978 Record low Sept. 15 32 in 1947 Year ago today 74 and 62 Precipitation for 24 hours ending at 9 a.m. Saturday 96 inch Precipitation to date 14.25 inches Average to date 18.49 inches Sunset today 7:47 p.m. Sunrise tomorrow 7:18 a.m. Sunset tomorrow 7:46 p.m. From measurements taken •t The Hay* Dally News, 507 Main: Precipitation for 24 hours ending at 5 p.m. Saturday 93 inch Maximum wind speed recorded at 11:47 a.m. Sept. 13 19 mph KANSAS FORECAST Sunday, Sept. 15 ACCUW6ather.com forecast for daytime conditions, high/low temperatures 10/13 9/21 9/29 10/6 ACROSS KANSAS High and low temperatures and precipitation for the 24 hours ended at 7 p.m.: Coffeyville 72 67 0.92 Garden City 71 61 '1.72 Goodland 78 54 0.02 Hill City 77 59 0.00 Hutchinson 72 65 1.22 Lawrence 72 67 0.52 Manhattan 75 64 1.10 Russell 75 62 1.12 Wichita 73 65 0.18 EXTENDED OUTLOOK Tuesday, clear to partly cloudy. Highs 80 to 85. Wednesday, a chance for showers and thunderstorms west and north. Partly cloudy southeast. Lows in the 50s west and north to the lower 60s south central. Highs in the 70s northwest to the 80s east and south. Thursday, clear to partly cloudy. Lows in the 50s west and north to the 60s southeast. Highs in the lower 70s northwest to the mid-80s southeast. Calendar Sunday Wednesday • The Hays.Police Department and Community Oriented Policing ask residents to turn on their porch lights at ritgfrt ~ for neighborhood safety. The schedule: — Homes with odd-numbered addresses should turn on lights the first and third full weeks of the month. — Homes with even-numbered addresses should turn on lights the second and fourth full weeks of the month. — All residents should turn on lights for any partial weeks of a month. • Knights of Columbus Sunday breakfast, 7 a.m. to noon, Kennedy Middle School cafeteria. Free-will offering. Everyone welcome. • God. Bless America Red White and Blue family fun day, 3:30 to 7 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 305 W. Seventh. Public invited. ELSEWHERE VICTORIA — Knights of Columbus Council 1867 fund-raising breakfast, 8 a.m., Knights of Columbus Hall. Proceeds go to Victoria Elementary School. RUSH CENTER — Walnut Valley Senior Center potato bar, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the senior center. L Menu .includes, .baked..potatoes., with traditional toppings, salad bar, variety of pies and drinks. Everyone is welcome. ' SCHOENCHEN " " " — Schoenchen Altar Society German feast and raffle, 4 to 7 p.m., St. Anthony Community Center. Cost for meal is $7. Tickets can be purchased in advance or at the door. Call Mona Klaus, (785) 6256465, Vicky Sauer, 628-3968, Debbie Grabbe, 628-6313, or any church member for tickets. • Farmers market, 5 to 8 p.m., Immaculate Heart of Mary parking lot; 19th and Vine. ... Corral Restaurant Firefighters Appreciation Night, 5 to 8 p.m., at the restaurant, 383 Mopar. Half of proceeds will be donated to the local fire departments and the International Association of Firefighters' Fallen Firefighter Memorial in Colorado Springs, Colo. • Hays Area Chamber of Commerce coffee to celebrate Tri-Central Office Supply's 30th anniversary, 10 a.m., 1101 Main. • Lifetime education wellness seminar, 7 p.m., Center for Health Improvement education room, 2500 Canterbury. "What is Yoga, and is it for You?" by Debbie Cook. ELSEWHERE WaKEENEY — American Red Cross blood drive, noon to 6 p.m., United Methodist Church. Appointments are preferred and can be made by calling (800) GIVE- LIFE. Saturday • Farmers market, 8 to 11:30 a.m., Immaculate Heart of Mary parking lot, 19th and Vine. ELSEWHERE " LOGAN — 29th annual Hansen Arts and Crafts fair, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Main Street. Send Information to Calendar, Hays Dally News, 507 Main, Hays, KS 67601. Report Police Possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia were reported at the intersec-' tipn of Ash and Elm Aug. 30. A ^2fyear-old Hays man Was ar-~ rested. Aggravated intimidation of a witness and battery were reported in the 1000 block of Reservation Road Sept. 6. A 24-year-old Hays man was arrested. Sheriff Kelly I. Sander, 22, Marquette, Neb., and James D. Gilliam, 22, Victoria, were injured Aug. 24 when a 1989 Chevrolet driven by Sander collided with a 1998 Mercury driven by Donald J. Cornett, 48, Shawnee Mission, at the intersection of 280th Avenue and Victoria Road. Sander, Gilliam and Daniel B. Cornett, 79, Shawnee Mission, a passenger in the Mercury, were taken by ambulance to Hays Medical Center. Theft of assorted power tools and hand tools was reported in the 1400 block of Cathedral Aug. 17. The value of the loss is estimated at |2,200._ Interference with a parent was reported in the 100 block of Arapahoe hi Schoenchen Aug. 15. A 33-year-old Colorado woman was arrested. Attempted manufacture of methamphetamine, possession of ingredients to make metham- phetamine and conspiracy to make methamphetamine were reported in the 700 block of East Eighth Aug. 29. A 39-year-old Lamed man, a 41-year-old Colby man and a 29-year old Lamed man were arrested. Stalking was reported in the 3000 block of Homestead Road Sept. 4. Battery and disorderly conduct were reported in the Ellis County Jail Aug. 30. TRIVIA • A wife who is smarter than her husband is less likely to have a happy marriage than a wife who isn't. That's not our Love and War man's claim. Duke University researchers so contend. • The money counters say hail stones do a lot more damage than tornadoes. • The giant anteater walks on the sides of its feet Like a kid in high heels. Has to. Long down- pointy claws. • Baseball pioneers first used four-foot stakes for bases. Too many injuries. So they used rocks. Too many injuries. So they used bags. Still getting a lot of injuries. Any suggestions? • On a tram trip across Montana, a vacationing Hollander gazed out the window and murmured, "There's no place I can go in my country where I can't hear a child cry or a dog bark." • Q. What's the most com- mon creature in the sea? A. The sea cucumber. That doesn't say enough. Fact is 95per- cent of all live poundage in the sea is sea cucumber. We may have something here. How do you cook them? • With his deadly bow and arrow, an archer named Fred Bear has killed a lion, tiger, buffalo, elk, moose, kodiak bear, and an elephant, too. File this under "Renowned Sports Figures." No, make that "Serial Killers." Whichever, it's a record. • Q. How do you pronounce the name of Hawaii's state fish? A. Humuhumunukukuapua — the way it's spelled. Nothing to it. • Mongolia's Gobi Desert is curious: Well diggers there hit water hi nine out of every 10 borings. Oftentimes within a few feet. Certainly within 500 feet. The Gobi Desert is afloat, evidently. • A Fairbanks client writes, "Anchorage is a nice town, and it's only half an hour from Alaska." This is the same fellow who says of Alaska's summer, "If it falls on a weekend, we barbecue." This feature Is compiled by retired author L.M. Boyd, Seattle, from 40 years of columns. event set for Wednesday Lifting up prayers for America, its leaders and its youth, students throughout the country will join together around their school flagpoles Wednesday for the 13th annual "See You at the Pole," a grassroots prayer event that began in Texas hi 1990. Students will gather around their school flagpoles at 6:57 a.m. in Hays. During the past 12 years, millions of young people have lifted voices, bended knees and joined hands to pray for their schools as part of See You at the Pole — National Day of Student Prayer, asking God to bring moral and spiri- "Oh, that you would burst from the heavens and come down" is this year's theme, quoting from Isaiah 64:1-2. After the morning event in Hays, students are invited to U- Nite at 6:57 p.m. at Celebration Community Church, 5781 230th Ave., just north of Interstate 70 and U.S. Highway 183 Alternate. The event will feature a student worship band, give-aways and activities. Sponsoring churches include Agape Southern Baptist, Celebration Community, Joy Fellowship, Liberty Fellowship, North Oak Community and Teens for Christ. For more information, call Randy Mettling at 623-4196. • Scripture Do you not know? Have you not The Lord is the everlasting God, the Creator of the ends of the earth. He will not grow tired or weary, and his understanding no one can fathom. He gives strength to the weary and in- 'creases"th~e power" oTtfie weak'." Even youths grow tired and weary, and young men stumble and fall; but tho'se' who libpe in the Lord will renew their strength. Isaiah 40:28-30 Powerball The winning numbers drawn Saturday night: 5-14-26-31-40, Powerball 29 Power Play: 4 Estimated jackpot: $103.5 million White Numbers: 7-26 • • • • • • Daily Pick 3 Super Kansas Cash The winning numbers Satur- The winning numbers Satur- day: day night, with an estimated jack- 0-3-0 pot of $725,000: The winning numbers Friday: 7-9-12-20-21, Super CashbaU 17, 3-8-7 ' rVi'\i'i£>rr(M The winning numbers Saturday night; drawing worth $20,000: Red Numbers: 6-24 Monday • Hays-Ellis County Planning Commission meeting, 7 p.m. ELSEWHERE ATWOOD — USD 318 board meeting, 7 p.m., Atwood Grade School board of education room. BREWSTER — USD 314 board meeting, 7 p.m. COLBY — USD 315 board meeting, 7 p.m., administration building board room. RUSSELL — USD 407 board meeting, 7 p.m., central administration office. GRINNELL — USD 291 board meeting, 7:30 p.m. JJJJJJJJJJJJJJJ- ..Request for Bids Victoria USD #432 is interested in I purchasing a mid-sized used vehicle. _ Questions and further information can be I obtained at: Victoria - USD #432, 804 Cathedral, Victoria, KS 785-735-9212 USD #432 reserves the I right to accept or reject any and all bids. I J_l_UJ_UJJJJJ_J_Ul District Court DUI Joseph R. Crathorne, 21, Lenexa, entered into a one-year DUI diversion agreement Sept. 10. He was ordered to pay a $500 fine, $59 court costs, $150 evaluation fee and $45 booking fee and complete and comply with counseling. Marriage licenses Robert Floyd Nichols, legal age, Eagle Point, Ore., and Evelyn Lee Rupp, legal age, Hays. Damian Anthony Klaus, 23, and Janie Dawn Normandin, 22, both of Hays. Darrell Eugene Christen, 33, and Sharon Marie Schumacher, 38, both of Hays. Clinton John Leiker, 24, Munjor, and Holly Marie McMillin, 26, Hays. 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May • for what you did ACCEPTING PROPOSALS The Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish is accepting sealed Proposals for the construction of a parking lot at 18th & Milner Streets in Hays, Kansas, across from the Parish Church facility. A Proposal Package may be obtained from the offices of the Architect; Stecklein and Brungardt Architects, 1200 Main, Suite 310, Hays, Kansas, call 785-625-6425. Proposals are due on Tuesday, September 24, 2002 at 2:00 p.m. Cn Stecklein and Brungardt p.a. Architects JJ Hays, KS , 785-625-6425 HDN Your news and information source for northwest Kansas Founded November 11, 1929 www.HDNews.net John D. 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