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A2 MONDAY • SEPTEMBER 16,2002 THE HAYS DAILY NEWS Regional weather LOCAL STATISTICS SEPTEMBER 16,2002 From Kansas State University Agricultural Research Center, Hays: Overnight low 48 Sunday high 76 Sunday low 47 Record high Sept. 16 ....104 in 1952 Record low Sept. 16 32 in 1903 Year ago today 76 and 60 Precipitation for 24 hours ending at 9 a.m none Precipitation to date 14.30 inches Average to date 18.66 inches Sunset today 7:44 p.m. Sunrise tomorrow 7:20 a.m. Sunset tomorrow 7:42 p.m. From measurements taken at The Hays Dally News, 507 Main: Temperature at 11 a.m. today 73 Maximum wind speed (recorded at 1:15 p.m. Sunday) 8 mph KANSAS FORECAST Tuesday, Sept. 17 ACCllWeathGr.com forecast for daytime conditions, low/high temperatures 10/13 9/21 9/29 10/6 ACROSS KANSAS High and low temperatures and precipitation for the 24 hours ended at 6 a.nv. Concordia 75 50 Dodge City 77 52 Emporia 76 48 Garden City 76 51 Goodland 81 49 Hill City 78 46 Hutchinson 74 43 Lawrence 77 46 Liberal 77 52 Manhattan 75 43 Russell 76 48 .01 Salina 76 48 Topeka 76 '49 Wichita 76 49 EXTENDED OUTLOOK Wednesday, partly cloudy with a 20- percent chance of thunderstorms. Highs in the upper 80s. Wednesday nigh, partly cloudy with a 20-percent chance of thunderstorms. Lows in the upper 40s. • Q, The county is 50 times bigger than its country. Name the county A. Denmark's Greenland. • Q. Ernest Hemingway refused to make speeches. Why? A. Too shy He wouldn't even give his own acceptance speech when he won the Nobel Prize. The U.S. Ambassador to Sweden read it for him. • Q, Among men in their 20s, which sort are least likely to live to age 30? A. Fat uneducated single Egyptian manual laborers. • Q. Are the cells in my body big enough to see with the naked eye? A. Not most, but the nerve cells are. You've got nerve cells in there from a fraction of an inch to sev- eral feet long. One of them goes all the way from your brain to your big toe. • Medical footnotes report the entire lining of your stomach and intestines is replaced every three days. • Purebred Dalmatians can get gout. So can great apes. Even as can humans. But no other animals can get it. • Q. Any truth to the claim that the taste of beer is affected by the way it's poured? A. Some say so. Experts think it tastes best when poured in the center of the glass, so the carbonation is released. In other words, put a head on it. • Bloodless corpses of polar bears have been found on the summer tundra in Alaska. Blame mosquitoes. • Q. What was the first food canned in the United States? A. Salmon. This feature is compiled by retired author LM. Boyd, Seattle, from 40 years of columns. Community Bulletin Board 'Jeans for Joy'campaign will benefit area youth "Jeans for Joy" is an opportunity for businesses to allow their employees a casual day while raising money to supplement the Toys for Tots Angel Tree Program. In 2001, TUFT spent $2,000 to $3,000 to purchase gifts and clothing to make sure every child received a toy and item of clothing. Area businesses can help with the organization's financial void. Participating businesses will need to encourage employees to wear jeans in exchange for a $2 donation to the Jeans for Joy Campaign. A business can have as few or as many designated "Jean Days" as it deems appropriate between now and Christmas. The money that accumulates from now until December will be used to purchase gifts when an Angel is not returned. For more information or to request stickers and promotional supplies, call Dawn Walker at (785) 628-4600. Geography lecture set at museum Friday Fort Hays State University's Sternberg Museum of Natural History will feature a lecture by John Heinrjcjis,, aslant, professor. of . geosciences, at 7 p.m. Friday ''' '' Mapping the World with Remote Sensing and GIS (Geographic Information Systems)" will be in the museum's Engel Education Center. Admission is $1 for the general public; members are free. Volunteers needed for new organization A meeting to help establish a Health Career Exploration Post for 14- to 20-year-olds in Ellis County will be from 7 to 8 p.m. Oct. 3 at Fort Hays State University Stroup Hall 116, It is part of a Learning for Life's career education program for young men and women who are 14 (and have completed the eighth grade) through 20 years old. Anyone interested in helping with this organization is invited to participate. For more information about the Learning for Life project, go to www.learning-for-liie.org/ exploring Restaurant to support fire departments, memorial Golden Corral Restaurant of Hays will donate 50 percent of its proceeds to local fire departments and the International Association of Firefighters' Fallen, Firefighter Memorial, ty Colorsdp '"Spring'^, ' '""' '"" "' 'TM lecture ''Pixels and Places: ' "the benefit will be>firom/5;tb,8 science. p.m. Wednesday at the restaurant at 383 Mopar. The IAFF Fallen Firefighter Memorial, located in Memorial Park in Colorado Springs, includes two memorial statues in honor of firefighters and a wall of honor listing the name of every IAFF firefighter who died in the line of duty since 1976 when Congress passed the Public Safety Officers Benefit bill and the official recording of line-of-duty deaths began. The 16th annual IAFF FaUen Firefighter Memorial observance will be at 1 p.m. Friday Among those being honored are the hundreds of firefighters who lost their lives on Sept. 11,2001. Scholarship named in honor of dairy employee A new scholarship created in the honor of a long-time Fort Hays State University dairy employee was awarded for the first time during the 2002-03 academic year at FHSU. Albert Graf began his career at the FHSU dairy as a part- time helper in 1939, and on April 1, 1942, he became the manager. More than 40 years later, on April 17, 1982, Graf retired but still remains involved today The $1,000 scholarship was . aw,arded,to Shelly (Vandiver) How; llwdvHowlanjl is;a sophomore from. Atchison wh(j is majoring in animal Calendar 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. orado 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. Wednesday Saturday • Farmers market, 5 to 8 p.m., Immaculate Heart of Mary parking lot, 19th and Vine. • Golden 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 Col- • 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. Sunday • The Hays Police Depart- HDN THEHrWSDAILYNEWS Your news and information source for northwest Kansas Founded November 11, 1929 www.HDNews.net John D. Montgomery/editor and publisher DEPARTMENTS NEWS: Doug Weller/executive editor Mike Com/managing editor Randy Gonzales/sports editor ADVERTISING: Maty Karat/manager CIRCULATION: Bob Welgel/manager BUSINESS: Janice Tlnkel/manager The Hays Daily News (ISSN 238-060) is published daily except Saturdays, Memorial Day and Labor Day by News Publishing Co., Inc., 507 Main, Hays, Kansas, 67601. Periodical Class postage paid at Hays. Postmaster: Send address changes to The Hays Daily News, P.O. Box 857, Hays, Kansas, 67601. Office hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. (785) 628-1081, (800) 657-6017; (785) 628-8186 fax. Subscription rates by month: Hays carrier, $11.05; Trade zone carrier and motor route, $11.25. Mall rates by year: Kansas, $132.04 other states, $135.40. All subscriptions are paid in advance. Rates include Kansas and city sales tax where applicable. If you do not receive your paper: By 6 PRODUCTION: Howard Droegemeler/operations Judy Stegman/pre-press manager Allen Rohr/press manager Steve Ruder/distribution manager BUILDING: Norman Natal/manager p.m. Monday through Friday or by 7 a.m. on Sunday or If a problem persists and you are unable to work it out with your carrier, please call our circulation department at 628-1081 or toll free (800) 657-6017 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday or 7 to 10 a.m. Sunday. If you have a story or photo Idea: Call the managing editors at 628-1081, ext. 129 or 140, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. If you have a sports story: Call the sports desk at 628-1081, ext. 130, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. If you have a correction: Call the managing editors at 628-1081, ext. 129 or 140, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. If you have a comment or complaint: Call the editor at 628-1081, ext. 132, or the managing editors at 628-1081, ext. 129 or 140, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. If you want to schedule a tour: Call Marilyn Augustine at 628-1081, ext. 111. The Graf Scholarship is awarded on the basis that recipients must be agriculture or agribusiness majors who are classified as sophomores, juniors or seniors. Students must be Kansas residents who have an interest and/or experience in the dairy field and who show academic promise. Childcare program series to begin Oct. 6 RUSSELL — "Making Children Mind Without Losing Yours," a six- session resource program, will tag available from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Oct. 6, 13, 20, and Nov. 3,10, and 17 at St. John Lutheran Church. Each session has a 25-minute video with Kevin Leman, psychologist and author of the popular birth order book, as a presenter along with plenty of discussion points for program participants. Free childcare, workshop workbooks and resources will be available. Preregistration is required. Call St. John Lutheran Church at (785) 483-5358 for more information and to register. A free chili supper is offered on the first night of the program at 5:30 p.m. Oct. 6. Program objectives and participant completion certificates will be available for anyone applying for CEU's once they complete the program. The program is sponsored by St. John Lutheran Church, Russell County Community Partnership, ' and the Russell County Sheriff's Department. Powell resumes lobbying with U.N. ment and Community Oriented Policing ask residents to turn on their porch lights at night 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. Send information to Calendar, Hays Daily News, 507 Main, Hays, KS 67601. HAYS RECREATION COMMISSION MALL 8 785 628-1211 www.dlir SWIMFAN (PG13) STEALING HARVARD (PO 13) CITY BY THE SEA (R) FEAR DOT COM (R) SERVING SARA (PG13) XXX(PGt3) SPY KIDS 2 (PG) SIGNS (PG13) We would like to invite you to our Aerobics program, this fall. We offer combo, lb\v impact, step & conditioning, iiqd 'tsjtrength & stretch Yoga. Ourj pride in teachin can offer you ti| encouragement. more information. 623-2' tors take ;es and words of HRC for CLASS Combo Low Impact Combo Step & Condit. 5:30-6:3^ Yoga 5:30-6:30 pm TIME ; 5:50-6:45 ail 9:00-10:00 am; 4:30-5:30 [>nV^ 1105 Canterbury Dr. Hays, KS 785-623-2650 Classical Music Wonderful Music to Compliment Your Day. WASHINGTON (AP) — Secretary of State Colin Powell is resuming talks on Iraq with U.N. Security Council members as Bush administration officials press for swift action from both Congress and the United Nations to show resolve against Saddam Hussein. Members of Congress, however, are split on whether it is wise to act within Powell's timetable of four weeks on an as-yet undefined resolution on Iraq. There were signs of a possible stalemate before November's congressional elections. "We don't know what this administration wants to do," Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle said Sunday on ABC's "This Week." He said President Bush had yet to ask for a resolution on Iraq. Bush's national security adviser, Condoleezza Rice, countered: "Obviously, it is up to the Congress to offer resolutions, nut to the administration." Several leading lawmakers made clear they will consider such resolutions on their own schedule. On the diplomatic front, Powell, who planned to be in New York tpday, said he hoped that intensive work on drafting a resolution for the Security Council could begin by the end of this week. He was optimistic about a council vote within a few weeks. The measure should give Iraq "a matter of weeks" to comply with long-standing U.N. resolutions on its weapons program, Powell said. He met with council members last week to win support for a tough resolution and was returning to New York to resume the effort. 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