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A2 THE HAYS DAILY News Today • ST. FRANCIS — 24th Annual Stearman Fly-In, Cheyenne County Airport. The event will Include breakfast and lunch on the field, tandem skydives and helicopter rides. For more information, call (785) 332-2251. • Wells Fargo Home Mortgage and Local Realtors Affordable Home Tour, from 1 to 4 p.m. The tour includes 29 Hays homes priced at or below $175,000. Prospective buyers can pick up a free tour guide booklet at Dillons supermarkets and Cerv's convenience stores. • Stars & Stripes all you can eat breakfast, 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., VFW, 2106 Vine. Price: Adults, $5 at the door, children $2.75 at the door, children under 5 free. Monday • .ELLIS —Ellis AARP Chapter 1403 regular pot luck dinner meeting at noon at nutrition center, Eighth and Washington. Laura Hess, Hays Arts Council, will present art cultural program for seniors. Members are urged to bring a guest. Please bring a place setting and food dish. Hostesses will be Shirley Shiltz and Charlene Flax. • Hays Airport Advisory Committee, 6:30 p.m., Airport Conference Room • WaKEENEY — WaKeeney USD 208 Board of Education meeting, 7:30 p.m. • PLAINVILLE — Plainville USD 270 Board of Education meeting, 7 p.m. • OBERLIN — Oberlin USD 294 Board of Education meeting, 7:30 p.m. • ALBERT — Otis-Bison — USD 403 Board of Education meeting, 7:30 p.m. • PHILLIPSBURG — Phillipsburg USD 325 Board of Education meeting, 7 p.m. Send information to Calendar, Hays Daily News, 507 Main, Hays, KS 67601. Powerball DBS MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The winning numbers drawn Saturday night in "Powerball" are: 16-24-26-36-54 Powerball 11 Power Play: 3 Estimated jackpot: $73 million • • • Hot Lotto DBS MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The winning numbers drawn Saturday night in "Hot Lotto" are: 18-26-33-37-39 Hot Ball: 6 Estimated jackpot: $2.6 million • • • TOPEKA (AP) — Here are the winning numbers selected Saturday in the Kansas Lottery: Dally Pick 3 4-5-7 Super Kansas Cash 6-13-14-17-24 Super Cashball: 14 Kansas 2by2 Red Numbers: 18-24; White Numbers: 18-19. this & that Toto, we're not in Kansas anymore DAWN DIETRICH-SAHLI / Associated Press Metarule Sandquist, 5, of Aberdeen, S.D., hands Oscar, the family's Yorkshire terrier, to Thorn Flanv boe during the Toto look-a-llke contest Saturday at the Oz Festival In Aberdeen. Out of Africa WINDHOEK, Namibia (AP) — Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have left Namibia with their newborn daughter and their two older children after a two month-stay at a luxury beach resort. Samuel Nu- uyoma, the governor of the Namibian region of Eron- go, confirmed the family's departure Saturday but would not specify the date or their destination. The couple thanked the government and its people at a news conference Wednesday for the peace they enjoyed in the south- Joiie People Inthe News west African country. "We are very proud that our daughter was born here, and we leave with fond memories and definitely hungry to return," said Pitt, 42. It was their first public appearance since Jolie, 30, gave birth to Shiloh Nouvel Jolie- Pitt on May 27 at a private clinic in the resort town of Walvis Bay. Pitt and Jolie had retreated to Namibia for government-assisted privacy in the weeks leading up to the birth. They were accompanied by Jolie's children, 16- month-old Zahara, adopted from Ethiopia, and 4-year-old Maddox, adopted from Cambodia. The couple have denied rumors of an impending wedding, saying they want to concentrate on the children for now. Rose returns NEW YORK (AP) — Sidelined since undergoing heart surgery in March, Charlie Rose returns Monday to his nightly PBS talk show — and he'll be answering some questions instead of just asking them. Rose had been on his way to Syria to interview that country's president when he felt shortness of breath during a Paris stopover. He underwent surgery to repair a heart valve, spending a month in the hospital. Rose, 64, will spend half of Monday's show talking about his surgery with a guest interviewer, who had yet to be determined Friday. New York Times columnist Tom Friedman will pay his 40th visit to the program — more than any other guest — in the second half. ' can be considered arondeau Since the column about the poem "In Flanders Field." I have been asked several times what a rondeau is. According to the Oxford English Dictionary, a rondeau is a short poem, consisting of 10 lines (or in stricter sense 13 lines) having only two rimes throughout and with the open words used twice as a refrain. The poem by John McCrae can be considered a rondeau as it repeats the opening lines at the end of the second and final stanza, but the poem consists of 15 lines instead of 10 or 13. • • • Q: I've read about "Chi walking" and want to know if there is any place in town that offers instruction in this. — An e-mailed question, A: Tai Chi is a form of Chinese martial art that is built upon the importance of relaxation and balance. It is a very involved and ASK ERIC intense practice with a dense history that traces it's origins to the early 1800s, however it is still a very accessible practice. Unfortunately there are no current Chi walking classes offered publicly in Hays but the Center for Health Improvement does offer a water exercise class which uses basic Tai Chi. Call 623-5900 for more details. The library also has several instructional videos and DVDs on Tai Chi, and there are also several books on the subject. • • • Q_: Do you know of anyone in the area who repairs Smith Corona PWP/typewriters? The gen- tleman who was familiar with these at Northwestern Office Suppliers is no longer there. — An e-mailed question. A: I was told on the phone that there is a technician at Northwestern Office Suppliers who is trained to repair the Smith Corona Wordsmith, which is a specific style of Smith Corona. The phone number is (785) 625-7323. I would also try calling Tri- Central Office Supply as the also have a technician train to work on certain brands of typewriters. Their phone number is 625-5666. There was a retired gentleman in the community who worked on typewriters from his home, but he has since retired from this retirement project. Eric Norn's is the Adult Department librarian at the Hays Public Library. "Questions can be mailed to 1205 Main, Hays, KS, 67601, or submitted through www.hayspubllb.org at the "Ask Eric" link. On Campus Monday • Final day for graduate students to declare intent to graduate. • Final day for 100-percent re- • 25th annual summer work- fund for full-term or arranged- shops, 8:30 am, Albertson Hall courses. 169. This is Gurfleld, the orange domestic long fain He is iwy loving fl*4 playful last Chance to lay! Tho|25lh Jubilee Celebration: A Volga German Homecoming July 21sl-27lh, 2001 Pftiftr SchNickM Mujw blkariM Ikkutb) - Commemorative YHS Collection- liach rJIlffis a 2 VIIS sol documenting the events and enlire JJ#ss of earh Jubile,« | Cdeliraliun. (Kunniiig Time Approx.J faghis' ofearri > 7IM25HH p e t Sponsors Needed! '" {£e\ The Delphlne Schmidt Family wishes to thank everyone who came to visit mom during her last few days of life. We also i would like to thank all of our friends and family for their prayers,^ cards, memorials, flowers, food, extra help they provided and for attending mom's funeral. Special thanks to the staff, especially Nurse Linda Height, and Dr. Fields and Dr. Igbal at Hays Medical Center for the great care they gave mom. A big thank you to Fr. Darrell for all the extra spiritual comfort he gave our family and for celebrating mom's Mass for eternal life. The ladies who prepared mom's funeral dinner did a great job and we thank you for taking on that huge task. Rick, Joan and Hyle of the Hays Memorial Chapel were amazing with the great care they took in covering all the details and in their concern for our family. Our hearts are heavy with sadness at the loss of mom but because of everyone's acts of kindness it helps to lighten our load. Thank you! Don & Carol Schmidt & Family Stan & Katie Schmidt & Family Marybeth <Sf Clyde Mennis & Family Janet & Bob Koerner & Family You ond your family may qualify for free Financial Assistance for Vocational Training. You must have done farmwork In the last two years to be eligible. Reimbursement for classroom training. Many high-wage career choices available. Also available: (tome-Job Training, ESI ond.GED. Hiy«7«W2M(ll*«r 877-72M016 l*NMr Sprint* 919422-7229 or 877-422-7229 HnfM Ofyt 620-275-2181 or 677-275-2181 WkMtw 316-264-5372 or 877-664-53/2 SUNDAY, JUNE 11,2005 Ellis County Commission to hear proposed budgets BY THE HAYS DAILY NEWS The Ellis County Commission will meet for a regular session at 8:45 a.m. Monday and also 9 a.m. Tuesday at the Ellis County Courthouse, 1204 Fort. 8:45 a.m., Hays Area Children's Center Director Doug Greer and business administrator Theresa Hammerschmidt will present their proposed 2007 budget 9 a.m., Public Works Administrator Mike Graf will discuss road and bridge, solid waste, noxious weed, environmental matters, and will present his proposed 2007 budget. 10 a.m., Rural Fire Director Dick Klaus will present his monthly report. 10:15 a.m, Emergency Medical Services Director Kerry McCue will present his monthly report. 10:30 a.m., Hays Arts Council Director Brenda Meder will present her proposed 2007 budget. 10: 45 a.m., Information Technology Director Mike Leiker will present his proposed 2007 budget. 11 a.m., Allen Roth with Ellis County Soil Conservation District will present his proposed 2007 budget. 11:15 a.m., Custodian Tom Weber will present his proposed 2007 budget. 11:30 a.m., Developmental Services of Northwest Kansas President Jerry Michaud and Administrative Assistant Ruth Lang will present their proposed 2007 budget. 11:45 a.m., Ellis County Junior Free Fair officers will present their proposed 2007 budget. 1:30 p.m., Emergency Management Coordinator Addie Hornburg will present her proposed 2007 budget. 1:45 p.m., Ellis County Historical Society President Wilbert Pfeifer will present his proposed 2007 budget. 2 p.m., Ellis County Coalition for Economic Development Executive Director Mike Michaelis will present his proposed 2007 ; b'itdget. ' : •2:15 p.m., Health Administrator Butch Schlyer will present . his proposed 2007 budget. 2:30 p.m., Humane Society Director Richard Coffelt will present his proposed 2007 budget. 2:45 p.m., High Plains Mental Health Center Executive Director Walt Hill will present his proposed 2007 budget. New MYK8 Alt Natural Fertilizers 3 p.m., Juvenile Intake Officer Judi Tiller will present her proposed 2007 budget. 3:15 p.m., County Counselor Bill Jeter will discuss union negotiations. 3:45 p.m., County Clerk Alberta Klaus will present the clerk's, commission's, courthouse, general, county counselor and other proposed budgets for 2007. TUESDAY 9 a.m., Transportation manager for Developmental Services Ron Straight will present his proposed 2007 budget. 9:15 a.m., Ellis County Treasurer Mike Billinger will present his proposed 2007 budget. 9:30 a.m., Ellis County Extension board will present its proposed 2007 budget. 9:45 a.m., Ellis County Fair Association President Loren Zimmerman will present his proposed 2007 budget. 10 a.m., Rural Fire Director Dick Klaus will present his proposed 2007 budget. 10:15 a.m., Bill Moriarity, chairman of the Ellis County Council on Aging, will present the proposed 2007 budget. 10:30 a.m., Register of Deeds Rebecca Herzog will present her proposed 2007 budget. 10:45 a.m., Register of Deeds Dean Denning will present his proposed 2007 budget. 11:15 a.m., Sheriff Ed Harbin will present his proposed 2007 budget. 11:30 a.m., Emergency Medical Services Director Kerry McCue will present his proposed 2007 budget. PRAYER TO THE BLESSED VIRGIN (Never known to fail) O most beautiful flower of Mount Carmel, fruitful vine, splendor of Heaven, Blessed Mother of the Son of God, Immaculate Virgin, assist me in my necessity. O Star of the Sea, help me and show me here you are my mother. O Holy Mary Mother of'God, Quaeti'ofrlrfleiveni and Earth, I humbly' beseech you from the bottom of my iheart to, secure me in my flwpjsity .(make request). There are none that can withstand your power. O Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who have recoursed to thee (3 times). Holy Mary, 1 place this cause in your hands (3 times). Say this prayer for 3 consecutive days and then you must publish and it will be granted to you. • 5-yr. Warranty on Trees & Shrubs using this product WeslHwy.40 Prairie Acres 785-628-2877 wn & Garden Headquarters Happy Birthday TODD June 10, 1971 Love Mom & Dad • THE VOICE OF THE HIGH PLAINS. vww.HDNews.net John D. Montgomery/editor and publisher DEPARTMENTS NEWS: Patrick E. 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