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Salina, Kansas
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On the Record The Salina Journal Friday, January 10,1986 Page 9 Deaths & funerals Briefly Mr. Oborg Phillip E.Oborg Phillip E. Oborg, 86, 2318 Wesley, died Thursday, Jan. 9, at Asbury Hospital. Mr. Oborg was /" *^x born July 16,1899, ' \ in Bridgeport. He farmed east of Assaria and near Smolan for most of his life. He was the owner of Smolan Oil Company from 1937 until 1946. He was a member of Salemsborg Lutheran Church. His first wife, Mabel, died in 1964. Survivors include his wife, Minerva of the home; two daughters, Phillis Cypher of Lakewood, Colo., and Delores Anderson of Smolan; two sons, Wayne and Virgil, both of Smolan; a brother, J. Godfrey of Smolan; and a sister, Nancy Olsson of Assaria. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Salemsborg Lutheran Church, the Rev. Constantine Xamis > officiating. Burial will be in Salemsborg Lutheran Church Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the church. Visitation is until noon Saturday at , Ryan Mortuary. I Lena Holle ; Lena Holle, 84, 500 Anderson, died ' Wednesday, Jan. 8, at St. John's Hospital. i Miss Holle was born Dec. 11,1901, in Sylvan Grove. She was a homemaker, and a member of the Trinity Lutheran Church and the Wednesday Morning Study Group of the church. She had been a Salina resident since 1960. Survivors include a brother, Albert Holle of Ellsworth; and three sisters, Sophie Lampe of Filer, Idaho, Anita Roehrkasse of Red Bud, 111., and Ann Gorman of Marissa, 111. The funeral will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Trinity Lutheran Church, the Rev. Dan Schmalz officiating. Burial will be at 3 p.m. Saturday in the Bethlehem Lutheran Cemetery, Sylvan Grove. Memorials may be made to the church or the Lutheran Hour. Grain Visitation is until noon Saturday at the Bigge-Moos Chapel Funeral Home. Lena B. Cross MINNEAPOLIS — Lena B. Cross, 80, Minneapolis, died Thursday, Jan. 9, at Asbury Hospital, Salina. Mrs. Cross was born Jan. 16,1905, on a farm near Minneapolis. She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church and the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxilary, both of Minneapolis. Her husband, Harry, died in 1962. Survivors include a son, Melvin of 104 E. Morland; a daughter, Beulah Grimm of Wichita; nine grandchildren and seven great- grandchildren. The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Shields Funeral Home, Minneapolis, the Rev. David Heikes officiating. Burial will be in the Highland Cemetery, Minneapolis. Memorials may be made to the Good Samaritan Center, Minneapolis. Visitation is at the funeral home. Jessie Mae Dallen MILTONVALE — Jessie Mae Dallen, 97, formerly of Miltonvale, died Wednesday, Jan. 8, at the Mount Joseph Home, Concordia. Mrs. Dallen was born April 8,1888, in Clifton. She was a homemaker and a member of the Christian Church and Order of Eastern Star, both of Miltonvale. Her husband, Victor, died in 1965. Survivors include a son, Kale of Minneapolis; a granddaughter, a great-grandson and a great-great- granddaughter. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Miltonvale Christian Church, Chris Cassel and Larry Sullivan officiating. Burial will be hi the Miltonvale Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the church. Visitation is at the Phelps Funeral Home, Miltonvale. Albert E. Kay MINNEAPOLIS — Albert E. Kay, 73, Minneapolis, died Wednesday, Jan. 8, at the Ottawa County Hospital. Livestock CHICAGO (AP) — Futures trading Thursday ' on the Chicago Board of Trade: Open High Low Last Chg. 5.000 bu minimum: dollars per bushel 'WHEAT Mar 3.33 3.36 3.31 3.35 +.02 May 3.09V, 3.11 3.08 3.10V, + .00% Jul 2.79V4 2.81 2.78 2.80 + .00'/4 Sep 2.79 2.80V, 2.77V, 2.79 +.00% Dec 2.89V, 2.89V, 2.88 2.89 1 /, +.OOV, CORN Mar 2.48V, 2.49% 2.48 2.49 +.00'/, May 2.52V, 2.53% 2.51'/4 2.53% +.OOV, Jul 2.52'A 2.53V, 2.52 2.53 1 /, +.00'/4 Sep 2.35 2.35V, 2.34V, 2.35 1 /, +.OOV, Dec 2.24 2.25V, 2.24 2.25% +.OOV, Mar 2.31V, 2.33 2.31V, 2.33 +.00 1 /, May 2.36 2.36'/4 2.36 2.36 J /4 +.OOV, OATS Mar 1 .38'/4 May 1 .40 Jul 1.37V, SOYBEANS Jon 5.42V, • Mar 5.53 May 5.63 ' Jul 5.71 V, Aug 5.70V, Sep 5.48 Nov 5.41 Jan Mar 5.53 5.62 1.38V4 1.40 1.37V, 5.45% 5.55V, 5.66V, 5.75V. 5.72V, 5.52 5.45V, 5.55V, 5.65V, 1.37V, 1 .38'/4 1 .36% 5.33V, 5.43 5.55 5.65 5.64 5.44 5.39V, 5.51 5.61 % 1.37V4 —.01 1.39V, — .00V, 1.36V4 —.00% 5.44 —.00% 5.53% —.01% 5.65 5.74V, 5.70 —.02 5.49 5.44V, 5.55 —.01 5.65 — .00V, , CHICAGO (AP) — Soybean futures prices rallied late in the session Thursday and recov- CHICAGO (AP) — Futures trading Thursday on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange: Open High Low Settle Chg. CATTLE 40,000 Ibs.; cents per Ib. Feb 57.40 58.25 57.10 57.82 +.52 Apr 59.40 60.25 59.25 59.75 +.55 Jun 59.15 60.00 59.15 59.82 +.77 Aug 58.15 58.92 58.15 58.72 +.52 Oct 57.05 57.90 57.05 57.57 +.50 Dec 59.30 59.50 59.00 59.30 +.30 FEEDER CATTLE 44,000 Ibs.; cents per Ib. Jan 64.35 65.00 64.15 64.75 +.70 Mor 64.20 65.00 63.80 64.52 +.72 Apr 64.25 65.00 64.15 64.65 +.50 May 63.10 63.92 63.10 63.65 +.55 Aug 64.50 64.75 64.30 64.80 +.80 HOGS 30,000 Ibs Feb Apr .; cents per Ib, 45.15 45.20 41.05 41,10 Jun 44.50 Jul 44.75 Aug 43.20 Oct 40.95 Dec 42.50 Feb 42.55 Apr 39.55 PORK BELLIES 44.70 45.20 44.10 41.20 42.50 42.55 39.55 38,000 Ibs.; cents per Ib. Feb 64.05 64.30 Mor May Jul Aug 64.30 65.15 65.10 62.50 64.50 65.20 65.25 62.80 44.35 40.37 43.65 44.37 43.25 40.75 42.20 42.55 39.55 62.30 62.60 63.87 64.15 61.75 44.60 40.50 43.70 44.47 43.45 41.00 42.30 42.90 40.00 62.35 62.70 64.02 64.35 61.80 —.40 —.25 —.70 —.43 —.25 + .10 + .28 • +.33 + .15 —1.32 —1. .25 —.95 —.75 —.65 Board of Trade. At the close, wheat was % cent to 2 cents higher with the contract far delivery in March at $3.35 a bushel; corn was V, cent to % cent • higher with March at $2.49 a bushel; oats were V, cent to 1 cent lower with March at $1 .37'A a bushel; and soybeans were unchanged to 2 cents lower with March at $5.44 a bushel. KANSAS CITY (AP) — Wheat futures Thursday on the Kansas City Board of Trade: Open High Low Settle Chg. WHEAT 5,000 bu minimum; dollar! per bushel 'Mar 3.27 3.27V, 3.25 3.26'/i — .01% May 3.08% 3.09 3.07 3.08% —.01% Jul 2.77 2.78 2.75% 2.77% —.01 Sep 2.77 2.78 2.76 2.78 —.01'A Dec 2.84 2.84 2.84 2.84 —.03 KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Wheat 46 cars: 3% loer to % higher; No. 2 hard 3.45%-3.5B; No. 3 3.23-4.03n; No. 2 red wheat 3.18-3.27n; No.33.07-3.26n. Corn 26 cars: Unch to V, lower: No. 2 white 2.40-2.60n: No. 32.15-2.55n; No. 2 yellow 2.50, 2;6)n;No.32.30-2.60n. No.2milo3.98-4.09n. No. 1 soybeans 5.18V,-5.35'/.n. Hoppers 79.00-81.00. Sollna terminal, Thursday Hard wheat—$3.11 down 1 cents Corn—$2.44 up 1 cents Milo—$3.78 down 2 cents Soybeans—$5.08 down 1 cents Country elevator composite, Thursday i Hard wheat—$2.96 down 1 cents Corn—$2.39 up 1 cents Milo—$3.68 down 2 cents Soybeans—$4.98 down 1 cents Metals " -NEW YORK (AP) — Selected world gold .prices Thursday. .Foreign — London morning fixing $333.90. up $1.30; London afternoon fixing $333.50, up $0.90: Paris afternoon $335.47, up $3.17; Frqnkturt fixing $333.16. up $2.00; Zurich late afternoon bid $333.75, up $2.25 $334.25 asked. ' Domestic — Handy 8 Harmon $333.50, up ,,'$0.90; Engelhard $333.90, up $0.90; Engelhard • fabricated $350.60, up $0.95; NY Comex gold ' spot month Thursday $338.30, up $3.90: Re" public National Bank $337.25, up $4.25. •"NEW YORK (AP) — Handy 8 Harmon silver 'Thursday $6.010, up 0.140; the bullion price for silver earlier in London was $5.906, up $0.011 ; Engelhard silver $6.055. up $0.165: fabricated $6.479, up $0.177; NY Comex silver spot month Wednesday at $5.910, up 0.007. OMAHA, Neb. (AP)(USDA) — Omaha Livestock Market quotations Thursday: Hogs: 3500; barrows and gilts steady to 50 cents lower; fairly active: U.S. 1-3 210-250 Ibs 46.00-46.75; uneven weights 45.50-46.50: consignment uneven near 195 Ibs 44,00; U.S. 2-3 250-270 Ibs 45.00-46.00; U.S. 2-4 250-320 Ibs 40.00-45.50; U.S. 3-4, some lots including U.S. 1-2 sows, 310-350 Ibs 38.00-39.00: 350-380 Ibs 37.00-38.00; sows 50 cents to instances 1.00 lower; U.S. 1 -2 350-500 Ibs 36.50; one lot 307 Ibs 38.00: U.S. 1 -3500-650Ibs 37.00-37.50. Cattle: 1000; slaughter cows very active; fully steady; other slaughter classes not tested; slaughter cows few breaking utility and commercial 2-3 31.50-33.75; cutter and boning utility 1-2 32.00-33.50; occasional high dressing to 35.00: canner and low cutter 28.50-32.00. Sheep: None. KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Quotations for Thursday: Cattle 4,000: Trading uneven, steer and heifer calves under 500 Ib steady to 1.00 higher; yearling steers over 600 Ib weak to 1.00 lower, yearling heifers over 500 Ib steady. Feeder steers, medium and large frame 1, 300500 Ib 65.00-68.00; 500-600 Ib 62.00-65.75: 600800 Ib 59.00-61.50; 800-1000 Ib 56.00-59.80. Feeder heifers, medium and large frame 1, 300-500 Ib 51.00-58.00, mostly 52.00-56.00; 500800 Ib 52.00-55.90. Hogs 900: Trading slow, barrows and gilts 1.00 lower; 1-3 210-260 Ib 45.50-46.00. Sows under 500 Ib 50 lower, over 500 Ib steady, instances 50 higher; 1 -2 300-500 Ib 36.50-37.00; 1 -3 over 500 Ib 37.50-38.00. Sheep 25: Slaughter lambs steady. Shorn slaughter lambs, choice and prime lot 115 Ib No. 1-2 pelts 59.50. Wooled slaughter lambs, choice and prime 95 Ib 59.00. DODGE CITY, Kan. (AP) — Western Kansas feedlot sales: Trade slow early, moderate later. Slaughter steers 50-1.00 lower; slaughter heifers 50-1.00 lower, instances 1.50 lower. Inquiry good, demand light. Sales confirmed on 4,500 slaughter steers and 3,600 slaughter heifers Wednesday. For the week to date 48,500 head confirmed. Slaughter steers: Few choice 2-3, few 4 11251175 Ib 59.50-60.00 early, 1225-1300 Ib 58.5059.50; choice with end good 1150-1200 Ib 58.0058.50; 1250-1325 Ib mostly exotic crosses with 110-120 days on feed 58.00-59.00; load choice with end good 1300 Ib Holsteins 51.50. Slaughter heifers: Mostly choice 2-3, few 4 930-1075 Ib 57.50-58.50, few 1200 Ib 57.00; few mixed good and choice 1000-1025 Ib 56.50* 57.00. Sales FOR feedlot net weights after 4 percent shrink. ST. JOSEPH, Mo. (AP) — Quotations for Thursday: Cattle-slaughter 1,000: Slaughter cows 1.00-1.50 lower than a week ago. Slaughter cows, breaking utility and commercial 31.00-35.00, high dressing including some boning utility 35.00-36.25. Hogs 2,600: Barrows and gilts 75-1.00 lower; 1 -3 200-260 Ib 45.50-46.00; 2-3 250-275 Ib 45.0045.75; shipment 3-4 322 Ib 41.00. Sows under 500 Ib steady to 50 lower, aver 500 Ib uneven averaging steady: 1-2 300-500 Ib 37.00; 1-3500650 Ib 37.50. Mr. Kay was born May 5,1912, on a farm near Minneapolis. He lived in Wichita from 1943 to 1983, and had worked as an inspector at the Cessna Aircraft Plant. His wife, Helen, died in 1980. Survivors include his son, Larry, of Bixby, Okla., and three grandchildren. The funeral will be at 3 p.m. Saturday at the Shields Funeral Home, Minneapolis, the Rev. David Bohyer officiating. Burial will be in the Highland Cemetery, Minneapolis. The family suggests memorials to the Ottawa County Hospital. Visitation is after 1 p.m. today at the funeral home. Verner L. Kelson GLASCO - Verner L. Nelson, 81, Glasco, died Wednesday, Jan. 8, at St. John's Hospital in Salina. Mr. Nelson was born Jan. 22,1904, at Hollis. He farmed and operated a fruit market and greenhouse southwest of Concordia until he retired and moved to Glasco in 1983. He was a trustee for the Arion Township southwest of Concordia and was on the board of the Glasco Ambulance Service. He was a member of the United Methodist Church of Concordia. Survivors include his wife, Myrtle of the home in Glasco; a son, Vern of Kansas City, Mo.; and two grandsons. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Chaput-Buoy Funeral Chapel, Concordia, the Rev. Harry E. Graves officiating. Burial will be in the Morrison Cemetery southwest of Concordia. The family suggests memorials to Life Line of St. Joseph's Hospital in Concordia. Friends may call at the funeral home after 2 p.m. today. Loverboy (Continued from Page 1) rangement, he said. "But crowds in Salina are great," he said. "They get enthusiastic about the music, but they don't do a lot of pushing and shoving.'' Loverboy is the latest of a small but growing list of rock groups that decided to rehearse and begin their national tours in Salina. Ratt, another rock group, started its national tour in June 1985, and the band Heart launched its 1983 tour at the center. Salina's central location and the availability and lower cost of renting the Bicentennial Center instead of a larger city's auditorium are what attract groups, Grimaldi said. Loverboy, a five-member band from Canada, has been rehearsing at the Bicentennial Center for a week, and performed the first show of the band's Lovin' Every Minute of It Tour Thursday night. Some changes in safety and security precautions were made for the concert. People were not allowed to start gathering outside the center until 5 p.m., three hours before the concert started. Doors opened at 6:30 p.m., which was earlier than at a reserved seating concert, Grimaldi said. The center began a new policy of not allowing cameras at rock concerts. "Some groups allow them, some allow only Instamatic-type cameras and some don't allow any," Grimaldi said.' 'It got to be such a headache we decided to establish one policy and stick withit." Other policies on checking and searching people as they enter were not changed, although they were stressed more in advertising and other promotions, he said. One or two security guards were added to a group of between 20 and 25 guards hired for concerts from Midwest Security Systems, Grimaldi said. The Salina Police Department supplied 12 officers for crowd control, which is the normal number of officers, Kochanowski said. In addition to general admission, the concert also had "festival seating," which meant no chairs were provided on the main floor. The last time the center had a concert with the same type of arrangements was Jan. 31,1984, when Loverboy had its first concert in Salina. The seating arrangements were requested by Loverboy's promoters, Grimaldi said. The same arrangements were made for Thursday's concert so the staff would not have to spend several hours folding 1,500 to 2,000 chairs on the main floor, he said. A basketball game between Salina's Central and South high schools is scheduled tonight, so crews will be fighting the clock to clean and pack up after the concert and then lay down the basketball court and make other pregame preparations, he said. The Bicentennial Center sells more tickets for events with reserved seating because many ticket buyers from out of town do not want to make a long trip to Salina and end up with poor seats, he said. Small plane sales dipped again in '85 WASHINGTON (AP) - American manufacturers of small airplanes and jets suffered another disappointing year in 1985 with a sales decline of about 16 percent from the previous year, industry representatives said Thursday. The manufacturers sold 2,032 aircraft in 1985 worth $1.42 billion, a decline of 16.4 percent in number of units and 15.7 percent in billings, according to the General Aviation Manufacturers Association. The industry, facing tough competition from abroad and an uncertainty among buyers about tax benefits and insurance costs, has been in a slump for four years. GAMA, the trade group that represents 37 manufacturers of small aircraft, engines and related equipment, also acknowledged that 1986 may see little improvement. "We make no representation that the turn-around is in sight," Thomas Smith, the association's chairman and president of Fairchild Aircraft Corp., said. The association did not make a prediction of sales for 1986, a departure from previous years. Edward Stimpson, president of GAMA, said that among the major concerns of the industry are the impending loss of the investment tax credit and "skyrocketing product liability costs," both of which have affected aircraft purchasing decisions. Nevertheless, Stimpson said there were some positive signs in 1985. He said a rash of mergers and acquisitions involving general aviation manufacturing during 1985 and suggested it reflects "corporate confidence in the future" of the industry and strengthened a number of companies. For your information Probation granted in burglaries A Salina man sentenced to three to 10 years in prison Thursday for two burglaries was granted five-year probation. Martin Stone, 18,2768 Bret, was sentenced in Saline County District Court by Associate Judge Gene Penland. Stone was convicted of burglaries at Superior Plumbing and Heating, 2203 Centennial, on Sept. 28, and at Wilson Constructors, 639 N. Ohio, between Oct. 11 and 14. Two additional charges of burglary were dismissed in exchange for his guilty plea. As part of his probation, Stone was ordered to undergo an evaluation at the Central Kansas Foundation for Alcohol and Chemical Dependency and follow any recommendations from the evaluation. He also was ordered to obtain a General Equivalency Diploma, find employment, follow a curfew of 11 p.m. to 6 a.m. and pay $4,115 in restitution. Penland also ruled Stone should attend the Kansas State Industrial Reformatory's Junvenile Assistance Institution Liaison program with his probation officer. The program, Penland said, is similiar to the "Scared Straight" project used in penal institutions to frighten juveniles into abiding by the law. Special Olympics to seek volunteers Special Olympics volunteers will be at Wal-Mart Saturday to provide information about the Kansas Special Olympics programs and to recruit additional volunteers. Special Olympics provides sports training and competition for mentally retarded children and adults. Special Olympics volunteers also will be at Wal-Mart, Ninth and Magnolia, on Jan. 18th to talk with shoppers. Meeting on farm bill canceled A farm bill meeting Wednesday in Kenwood Hall has been canceled because details of the 1986 wheat program, which should have been announced this week, have been delayed by the resignation of U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary John Block. Saline County Extension Director Carl Garten said the meeting, sponsored by the Saline County Young Farmers, will be rescheduled once details of the wheat program are known. Man convicted in firearms case A Salina man accused of threatening two Salina residents with a handgun was convicted Thursday for possession of a firearm within five years of a felony conviction. Bruce P. Kesl, 22,1835 Marc, entered a guilty plea after two counts of aggravated assault were dismissed. He was accused of threatening a man and a woman, reported to be his ex-girlfriend, with a handgun Dec. 8 on the Kansas Wesleyan campus. Kesl is scheduled to be sentenced in Saline County District Court on Feb. 20 by Associate Judge Gene Penland. Hospital admissions Asbury — Teresa A. Eddy, 1941 Gebhart; Terri Greiner, 1661 W. Republic; Frank E. Hebison, 1111 Dover Circle; Harold C. Page, 1210 State; Charlene S. Pitcock, 1418 S. Ohio; Carl F. Carlson, Lindsborg; Rosetta A. Chartier, Ramona; Peggy J. Crowl, Smolan; Alvin C. Sader, Ramona; Joyce J. Warren, Hope. St. John's — .George Sandquist, 905 Choctaw; Letha C. Allen, 1108 Park; Lloyd V. Mooney, 843 Martin; Ray J. Nunemaker, 539 S. Delaware; Michael D. White, Salina; Doretha H. Buck, Lincoln; Janette K. Crowther, Lindsborg; Marvin L. Flohr, Lindsborg; Carl E. Knudsen, Lincoln; Twila M. Michels, Hunter; Mary M. Vermillion, Stockton. Hospital dismissals Asbury — Lisa K. Beagley, Ellsworth; Barbara L. Bergmeier, Longford; Blanche M. Claussen, Wilson; Charles L. Gastley, Beloit; Alice Faye Hanson, Concordia; Becki R. Menard, Abilene; Jesse W. Meyer, Carlton; Ralph Titsworth, Beloit; Minnie E. Valleroy and baby boy, Abilene; Marguerite I. Watson, Abilene; Greta M. Wilkins, Navarre; Trudi A. Willmeth, Jewell. St. John's — Florence E. Mattison, 120 Baker; Marilyn J. Taylor, 2029 Lynwood; Leona I. Jensen, Scandia. Births Boys: David L. and Peggy J. Crowl, Smolan, 7 Ibs. 12 ozs., born Jan. 9. Ronald G. and Erin A. Tucker, Delphos, 9 Ibs. 5% ozs., born Jan. 9. Girl: Gordon and Venicca Renee Wheeler, 819 Tulane,81bs. 10 ozs., born Jan. 8. District Court Acquitted — Loren K. Pierce, 26,1201 N. 10th, not guilty by a jury of a.charge of felony possession of marijuana in connection with his reported possession of the substance on July 1 in the presence of an undercover police officer. Found guilty — Bruce P. Kesl, 22, 1835 Mark, Dec. 8 possession of a firearm within five years of a felony conviction; dismissed were two charges of aggravated assault. Chester Upchurch, 25, 901 W. Lincoln, Dec. 8 or 9 burglary for breaking into a pickup at the Western Playgirl Club, 925 W. Lincoln, from which tools were taken; dismissed was a misdemeanor theft charge. Benjamin J. Butler, 27, 148 N. Eighth, Sept. 26 or 27 felony theft of a pickup valued at $1,400 from the 600 block of West Prescott. Bound over for trial — Jeffrey Johnson, 28, Rt. 6, charge of operating a vehicle as a habitual traffic violater, for reportedly operating a vehicle on Oct. 16 while under court order not to drive. Jeffrey A. Preston, 21, formerly of Salina, charge of felony failure to appear for court on July 23 and charges of two counts felony theft in connection with two Salina burglaries. Sentenced - Muriel J. Albin, 20, 538 W. Iron, forgery for checks for more than $160 written on the account of Michael Grennan, Beloit, one to three years in prison, probation denied; sentence to be served concurrently with a one-to-three- year sentence on a similar offense in Mitchell County. Martin Stone, 18,2768 Bret, two counts of burglary, which occurred Sept. 28 and between Oct. 11 and 14, at Superior Plumbing and Heating, 2203 Centennial, and Wilson Constructors; three to 10 years in prison on both counts, sentences to run concurrently, five-year probation granted. Municipal Court Criminal — James P. Dougherty, 36,140 S. Connecticut, a charge of disorderly conduct for an incident at a tavern on Nov. 11; $50 fine. Divorces Filed — Christine A. Ward vs. Kenneth L. Ward; Linda Joyce Jackson vs. Terry Elaine Jackson; Kimberiy Jo Hargis vs. Charles Lee Hargis; Jacalyn Sue Woodhull vs. Michael Wayne Woodhull; Dee Ann Magee vs. John Edward Magee; Carolyn Sue Searle vs. Richard Wayne Searle; Gillian J. Braind vs. Robert D. Braind; Nola Mae Looney vs. Jeffrey Alan Looney. Granted—Evangelyn Mary Fassbinder and Joseph Paul Fassbinder; Rita Sue Humphries and Tony Lynn Humphries Sr.; Steven Eric Milleson and Carol Jean Milleson; Donald Newingham and Donna Jo Cain. Dismissed — Robert D. Devore vs. Sheila A. Devore. Marriage licenses Raymond Dean Bisterfeldt, 26, Salina, and Deborah Ruth Gleysteen, 19, Newton. Animal shelter These animals were picked up Jan. 7 and 8 at the locations listed and were taken to the Saline County Animal Shelter on West State Street Road: Dogs: Red and white male Brittany with blue collar, 800 block Choctaw; blue and tan male blue heeler with blue collar, 800 block Commanche; black and tan male beagle mix, Holmes Road south of Crawford; black female doberman mix pup, 1300 block West Crawford; black and tan female shepherd mix pup, 200 block South Santa Fe; white female poodle mix, 900 block North llth. Cats: Black female longhair with gold eyes, 1100 block Otto; white male short- hair with one blue eye and one gold eye, 800 block Windsor; orange female shorthair, found at shelter; grey male longhair, 2700 block Bret. Corrections It is Journal policy to correct mistakes that appear in the newspaper. Corrections will appear on this page. Weather EXTENDED OUTLOOK Sunday through Tuesday Mild with little or no precipitation expected. Lows should be in the 20s and highs should be in the upper 40s to mid-50s. ZONE FORECASTS Zones 1, 2, 4 and 5 — Sunny today, with highs 50 to 55 and southwest winds 5 to 15 mph. Clear tonight, with lows in the mid-20s. Mostly sunny Saturday, with highs in the mid-50s." Zones 3 and 6 — Sunny today, with highs in the low 50s and light, variable winds. Clear tonight, with lows from 25 to 30. Mostly sunny Saturday, with highs in the mid-50s. Zones 7,8,10 and 11—Sunny today, with highs about 50 and light, variable winds. Clear tonight, with lows from 25 to 30. Mostly sunny Saturday, with highs in the mid-50s. Zones 9,12 and 17 — Sunny today, with highs about 50 and north winds 5 to 15 mph. Clear tonight, with lows in the mid-20s. Mostly sunny Saturday, with highs in the mid-50s. Zones 13,14,15 and 16 — Sunny today, with highs about 50 and north winds at 5 to 15 mph. Clear tonight, with lows in the mid-20s. Mostly sunny Saturday, with highs in the mid-50s. ELSEWHERE IN KANSAS 24-hour highs-lows to 6 p.m. Belleville 53-21, Beloit 51-23, Chanute 46-15, CoffeyvLUe The Forecast/for 7 p.m. EST, Fit, Jan. 10 , so 70 High 7O' Temperatures 6O Showers Rain Flurries Snow FRONTS: Warm w Occluded - - Stationary * National weather Service NOAA U S Deo' oi Commerce 49-14, Concordia 52-24, Dodge City 60-21, Emporia 54-18, Garden City 59-18, Goodland 51-25, Hutchinson 52-17, Pittsburg 43-17, Russell 55-23, Topeka 53-21, Wichita 47-17. SALINA WEATHER At City Airport, 9 p.m. Wednesday: Temperature 29F; Barometer 30.23 in.; Wind NW 5 mph; Relative Humidity 78%; 24-hour Precipitation to 7 p.m. none. Wednesday's High 59; Record is 67 in 1963. Wednesday's Low to 9 p.m. 22; Record is -28 in 1913. Today's Sunset 5:27; Tomorrow's Sunrise 7:49. Broadcasting of local, state and regional weather conditions continues 24 hours a day on NOAA Weather Radio WXK-92 on a frequency of 162.400 MHzFM.

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