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On the Record The Salina Journal Tuesday, January 14,1986 Page 7 Deaths & funerals Raymond F. Breer Raymond F. Breer, 80, Rt. 5, died Monday, Jan, 13, at Lindsborg Hospital.* Mr. Breer was born June 3, 1905, in Salina. He was a farmer and worked for the Saline County Highway Commission. He was a member of Sacred Heart Cathedral. Mr. Breer Survivors include two sisters, Agnes Johannes of 221 S. Oakdale and Gertrude Johannes of Kenwood View Nursing Home; and four brothers, Joseph of 2054 Raymond, Walter of 2032 Edward, Robert of Rt. 6 and Lewis of Rt. 5. A rosary will be said at 7 p.m. today at Bigge-Moos Chapel Funeral Home. The funeral will be at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Sacred Heart Cathedral, Monsignor John George Weber officiating. Burial will be in Mount Calvary Cemetery. Memorials may be made to White Cross Retirement Center, Smolan, or Sacred Heart Cathedral. Friends may call until 9 a.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. Elgin A. Denio JAMESTOWN — Elgin A. Denio, 79, Jamestown, died Monday, Jan. 13, at the Mitchell County Hospital, Beloit. Mr. Denio was born Feb. 19,1906, near Woodston. He was a retired school superintendent and had been a teacher in Greeley, Esbon, Bushton, Haviland, and Spearville. He was a member of the Half Century Club of Hays, the American Association of Retired Persons and the Lions Club. He attended the United Methodist Church of Jamestown. ' Survivors include his wife, Freda of the home; two daughters, Maralyn Grain Legleiter of Colorado Springs, Colo., and Alberta Neel of Jamestown; three sisters, Nellie Wonderlich and Laura Denio, both of Osborne, and Maude Davis of Canon City, Colo.; and six granddaughters. The funeral will be at 3 p.m. Wednesday at the Chaput-Buoy Funeral Home, Concordia, the Rev. Philip Fiecher officiating. Burial will be in the Jamestown Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Fort Hays Endowment Association for the Half Century Emergency Loan Fund. Visitation is after 9 a.m. today at the funeral home. Max Owen Max Owen, 76, 808 Merrill, died Monday, Jan. 13, at Shalimar Nursing Center. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Bigge-Moos Chapel Funeral Home. Harley H.Webb Barley H. Webb, 86, 608 S. 12th, died Monday, Jan. 13, at Asbury Hospital. Mr. Webb was born Jan. 15,1899, in Lincoln. He retired in 1967 as a mechanic with the Kansas Highway Commission in Saline County. He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Disabled American Veterans. He was a veteran of World War I. His wife, Mildred, died in 1977. Survivors include three sons, Robert H. of 608S. 12th; HerbertG.of Naperville, 111., and Jack D. of Marion; two daughters, Irene Hannan of 732 Sheridan and Lois Webb of 744 Hancock; 11 grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren. The funeral will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at the Ryan Mortuary, the Rev. Robert Lay officiating. Burial will be in the Lincoln Cemetery, Lincoln. Memorials may be made to the Salina Leisure Years Center. Livestock CHICAGO (AP) — Futures trading Monday on the Chicago Board of Trade Monday: Open High law Last Chg. 5,000 bu minimum; dollars per bushel WHEAT Mar May Jul Sep Dec CORN Mar May Jul Sep Dec Mar May OATS Mar May Jul Dec 3.35 V, 3.11 2. 79 '/i 2.79 2.89V. 2.47 1 /. 2. 52 'A 2.52V4 2.34 2.24 2.32 2.36 1.37'/j 1.38'/. 1.35 1.39 3.36% 3.11 2.80V, 2.79V. 2.90 2.48V 4 2.52V, 2.53 2.35 'A 2.25 2.32V, 2.36V, 1.37V, 1.38V, 1.35 1.39 3.22 2.98 2.72 2.73 2.83 2.46 2.50'/4 2.51 V, 2.33 2.23 2.31 '/4 2.35 1.35V, 1.37 1.34'/4 1.39 3.24 2.99V, 2.74 2.73 2.84V, 2.46 2.50V, 2.51V, 2.33 2.23 2.31 'A 2.35 1.35V, 1.37 1.34V4 1.39 —.12V. — .10V, —.05 —.05 —,03V. — .02'/4 —.02 —.01 '/, —.01 V, —.01 V, —.01 V. —.01 V, —.02% —.02 —.02% SOYBEANS Jan Mar May Jul Aug Sep Nov Jan Mar 5.29 5.37% 5.49V, 5.57V, 5.54 5.38 5.35 5.44 5.54 5.30 5.39 5.51 5.57V, 5.54V, 5.38V, 5.35V, 5.44 5.54V, 5.20V, 5.30 5.42 5.52V, 5.52 5.33 5.26V, 5.37 5.49 5.20V, 5.30V, 5.42 5.52V, 5.51 5.33 5.27 5,37 5.49 —.13% —.14 —.14% — .13'/4 —.12% —.12 —.14 —.15 —.13% CHICAGO (AP) — Futures trading Monday on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange: Open High Low Sortie Chg. OATTIE 40,000 Ibi Feb Apr Jun Aug Oct Dec Feb .; cents per Ib. 59.60 61.40 60.90 59.60 58.30 60.00 60.00 59.95 61.55 61.15 59.70 58.70 60.00 60.00 58.25 60.00 59.60 58.30 57.40 59.40 60.00 58.45 60.12 59.75 58.55 57.40 59.50 60.00 —.82 —.98 —1.10 — 1.00 —.87 —.40 FEEDER CATTLE 44,000 Ibi Jan Mar Apr May Aug Sep Oct Nov HOGS 30,000 Ibi Feb Apr Jun Jul Aug Oct Dec Feb Apr .; cents perlb. 65.10 65.45 65.60 64.12 65.50 62.67 62.00 62.65 65.55 65.75 65.70 64.35 65.60 62.75 62.00 62.65 64.60 64.50 64.52 63.35 64.55 61.90 61.85 62.65 64.60 64.60 64.55 63.35 64.60 61.90 61.85 62.65 —.50 —1.05 —1.12 —.92 —.65 —.80 —.15 —.25 .; cents Derlb. 45.25 41.20 44.15 44.75 44.00 40.65 42.00 42.30 39.72 45.50 41.40 44.57 44.97 44.00 40.65 42.15 42.30 39.72 44.40 40.35 43.80 44.40 43.15 40.50 41.20 42.30 39.72 44.45 40,50 43.87 44.42 43.15 40.60 41.20 42.35 39.82 —.55 —.55 —.23 —.28 —.32 —.25 —.85 —.35 + .02 CHICAGO (AP) — Soybean futures prices declined sharply and pulled the grains lower Monday on the Chicago Board of Trade. Prices were under pressure all day, analysts said, because of improved weather news oul of Brazil, where a drought has severely damaged the soybean crop, "There were good rains over the weekend, It's raining today and there's more moisture in the forecast for Wednesday and Thursday," said Victor Lespinasse, an analyst with Dean Witter Reynolds, Inc. The rains were definitely enough to help the crop, he said, but it's too late to do much replanting of the seeds that failed. Speculative selling of beans drove prices lower and there was never enough buying to compensate, he said. At the close, wheat was 3% cents to 11% cents lower with the contract for delivery in March at $3.24 to $3.26 a bushel; corn was 1 cent to 2 cents lower with March ot $2.46 to $2.46% a bushel; oats were 2 cents to 2'A cents lower with March at $1.35'/4 to $1.35% a bushel: and soybeans were 13Vi cents to 14Vi cents lower with January at $5.20. KANSAS CITY (AP) — Wheat futures Monday on the Kansas City Board of Trade: Open High Low Settle Chg. WHEAT 5 000 bu minimum; dollars per buihel Mar 3.28'A 3.28 s /4 3.19 3,20 —.08% May 3.07V, 3.07% 2.98% 2.99'/4 —.08'A Jul 278% 2.78% 2.71% 2.71 V. —.05% Sep 2.72% 2.72% 2.71% 2.71V. —.05 Dec 2.83% 2.83V, 2.83% 2.83'/4 —.00'/4 KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Wheat 166 cars: 7'/4 lower to 1 % higher; No. 2hard3.46-3.56'/j; No. 33.45%; No.2red wheat3.15-3.28%n; No. 33.04 -3.27 '/In. Corn 127 cars: Unch to 2 lower; No. 2 white 2.40-2.60n; No. 3 2,15-2.55n; No. 2 yellow 2.49V4-2.60V4n;No.32.29'/4-2.59'/4n. No.2milo3.97-4.08n. No. 1 soybeans 5.06%-5.20n. Hoppers 68.00-70.00. Salina terminal, Monday Hard wheat—$3.06 down 8 cents Corn—$2.41 down 2 cents Milo—$3.72 down 4 cents Soybeans—$4.84 down 14 cents Country elevator compoilte, Monday Hard wneat—$2.92 down B cents Corn—$2.36 down 2 cents Milo—$3.62 down 4 cents Soybeans—$4.74 down 14 cents Metals NEW YORK (AP) — Selected world gold prices Mondoy. Foreign — London morning fixing $340.75, up $0.30; London afternoon fixing $339.40, off $1.05; Paris afternoon $341.93, up $2.53; Frankfurt fixing $340.33, up $1.73; Zurich late afternoon bid $339.40, off $0.35 $339.90 asked. Dome»tlc — Handy 8 Harmon $339.40, off $1.05: Engelhard $339.80, off $1.05; Engelhard fabricated $356.79. off $1.10; NY Comex gold spot month Man. $340.00, off $1.70: Republic Notional Bonk $339.50, off $1.75. NEW YORK (AP) — Handy & Harmon silver Monday $6.030, off 0.085; Engelhard silver $6.045. off $0.005: fabricated $6.468, off $0.006. The bullion price for silver earlier in London was $6.057, off $0.053. NY Comex silver spot month Friday at $6.082. up 0.450. OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Omaha Livestock Market quotations Monday: Hogs: 3200; barrows and gilts 50 to 1.00 higher; mostly 75 to 1,00 higher on weights under 270 Ibs; fairly active; U.S. l-3s 210-250 Ibs 47.00-47.50; sows 50 to 1.50 higher; 350-650 Ibs 36.50-39.00. Cattle and Calves: 2200; steers and heifers moderately active, both classes fully 50 higher; cows steady; steers load of reputation choice, some prime near 1250 Ibs 61.75; choice 11001325 Ibs 60.00-61.00; three loads 61.25-61.50; good and choice 1050-1200 Ibs 58.50-60.00; heifers choice 975-1100 Ibs 58.00-59.50; three loads 60.00; mixed good and choice 925-1025 Ibs 56.50-59.00: cows high cutter and boning utility 32.00-34.00; Conner and low cutter 28.0032.00. Sheep: 100; lambs 1.50-2.00 higher; ewes steady; lambs choice, few prime shorn No. 1-2 pelts 95-110 Ibs 64.00, a few 115-130 Ibs 61.5063.00; wooled 95-110 Ibs 62.50; 115-130 Ibs 60.00-61.50; ewes cull to good shorn No. 1-2 pelts 16.00-24.00. KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Quotations for Mondoy: Cattle 100: Receipts consigned to the auction later in the week. Hogs 1,300: Trading active. Barrows and gilts 1.00 higher; 1-3 210-260 Ib 46.50-47.00. Sows under 500 Ib steady to 25 lower, over 500 Ib 1.00-1.50 higher; 1-2 300-500 Ib 36.50-36.75; 1-3 over 500 Ib 39.00-39.50. Sheep 50: Wooled Slaughter lambs 2.00 higher, Woofed slaughter lambs, choice and prime 110 Ib 60.00. DODGE CITY (AP) — Western Kansas feedlot sales: Trade slow Friday. Few sales slaughter steers and heifers steady to 50 higher. Inquiry good, demand fairly good. Remaining cattle in strong hands. Sales confirmed on 2,300 slaughter steers and 1,200 slaughter heifers Friday. Last week's confirmed sales 66,200 head. Slaughter steers: Choice 2-3, few 4 1125-1225 Ib 60.00. Slaughter heifers: Choice 2-3, few 4 10001025 Ib 58.50; few choice with end good 1025 Ib 58.25; load mixed good and choice 1075 Ib 57.25. Sales FOB feedlot net weights after 4 percent shrink. ST. JOSEPH, Mo. (AP) — Quotations for Cattle-slaughter 150, feeders 50: Slaughter steers and heifers steady to 1.00 lower than a week ago. Slaughter steers, choice 1000-1300 Ib 57.60-59.40. Slaughter heifers, choice 9301150 Ib 55.85-57.80. Hogs 1,800.' Borrows and gilts 1.00-1.50 higher; 1-3 200-260 Ib 46.50-47.00; 2-3 250-270 Ib 46.00-46.50. Sows under 450 Ib steady to 25 higher, 450-500 Ib 1.00 higher, over 500 Ib 1.001.50 higher: 1-2 300-450 Ib 36.50-36.75; 450-500 Ib 37.50; 1 -3 500-650 Ib 39.00-39.50. Sheep 75: Slaughter lambs 1.00 higher; choice and prime 90-110 Ib No. 1-2 pelts 59.0061.00; wooled 57.00-59.00. Clarification Suggested memorials in the name of May Pauline Burch were omitted from an obituarv Monday. Mrs. Burch, 91, formerly*of 115 W. Wilson, died Sunday at Windsor Estates Nursing Home. The family suggests memorials to the donor's favorite charity. Melvin C. Cool CONCORDIA - Melvin C. Cool, 74, formerly of Concordia, died Sunday, Jan. 12, at the Randol Mill Manor, Arlington, Texas. Mr. Cool was born Oct. 17,1911, in Concordia. He was a retired dairy products plant manager and a member of the Trinity United Methodist Church of Concordia and the St. John's Masonic Lodge. Survivors include his wife, Leta of the home; a son, Gary of Arlington; his mother, Edna of Concordia; a brother, Dale of Concordia; four grandchildren and three great- grandchildren. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Trinity United Methodist Church, Concordia, the Revs. Harry Graves and D.D. Mines officiating. Burial will be in the Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Concordia. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society. Visitation is after 1 p.m. today at the Chaput-Buoy Funeral Home, Concordia. Glenn Belden JEWELL — Glenn Belden, 77, Jewell, died Monday, Jan. 13, in his home. He was born Jan. 18,1908, in Mitchell County. He was a barber in Jewell for more than 50 years. He retired in 1985. He was a member of Jewell Christian Church, American Legion Post No. 72. Survivors include his wife, Margaret, of the home; a son, William, of Colby; a brother, Kenneth, of Port Orford, Ore.; and two grandchildren. The funeral will be 2 p.m. Wednesday at Jewell Christian Church, the Rev. Randy Slafter officiating. Burial will be in Wallace Cemetery, near Jewell. Memorials may be made to the church. Friends may call at KleppLnger Funeral Home, Jewell. Magdalena M.E. Albright HERINGTON — Magdalena M.E. Albright, 96, Herington, died Sunday, Jan. 12, at the Herington Municipal Hospital. Mrs. Albright was born Aug. 23, 1889, in Hope. She was a homemaker and a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church and the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary, both of Herington. Survivors include three sons, Harvey of Valley Center, Ortwin of Wichita, and Herbert of Freemont, Calif.; two daughters, Irma Falk and Leora Clore, both of Herington; a brother, William C. Meyer of Wichita; a stepbrother, Paul Schlesener of Herington; a sister, Bertha Tucker of Tacoma, Wash.; 27 grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Herington, the Rev. Vern Christopherson officiating. Burial will be in the Sunset Hill Cemetery, Herington. Memorials may be made to the church. Visitation is from 2 to 9 p.m. today at the Donahue Funeral Home, Herington. EdnaM.Bretton GLADE — Edna M. Bretton, 71, Glade, died Sunday, Jan. 12, at the Phillips County Hospital, Phillipsburg. Mrs. Bretton was born Oct. 24, 1914, in Rooks County. She had worked for the Borum Gentle Care Home in Phillipsburg. Survivors include her husband, Hugh of the home; three sons, Dale of Glade, Dean of Minneapolis, and Darrell of Kensington; 13 grandchildren and six great- grandchildren. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. today at the OUiff-Boeve Memorial Chapel, Phillipsburg, the Rev. Lucille Wehmeyer officiating. Burial will be in the Fairview Cemetery, Phillipsburg. Memorials may be made to the Phillips County Hospital. O.J. "Dusty" Cooper O.J. "Dusty" Cooper, 66, 724 Smoky Hill, died Sunday, Jan. 12, at his home. Mr. Cooper was born July 11,1919, in Salina. He retired from Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. in 1984, after 39 years of service. He was a member of the Saline County Sheriff's Reserve since 1952 and was a Navy veteran of World War II. He was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church, Veterans of Foreign Wars, the Optimist Club and the Submarine Veterans Group. Survivors include his wife, Norma of the home; and a brother, Gene of Salina. The graveside service will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at Roselawn Memorial Park. A memorial service will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at Trinity Lutheran Church, the Revs. Daniel Schmalz and Wendell Haubein officiating. Memorials may be made to Trinity Lutheran Church or the Hospice of Salina. Friends may call until 9 a.m. Thursday at Bigge-Moos Chapel Funeral Home. Grace Ruggels Hobson BEVERLY - Grace Ruggels Hobson, 92, formerly of Beverly, died Saturday, Jan. 11, at the Mid- America Nursing Center, Lincoln. ' Mrs. Hobson was born Sept. 20, 1893, near Beverly. She was a retired teacher and a member of the United Methodist Church, Beverly. Her husband, Edward, died in 1955. Survivors include a sister, Elizabeth Hays of Clyde. A graveside service will be at 1:30 p.m. today at the Beverly Cemetery, the Rev. Claude Fillingim officiating. Memorials may be made to the church. Visitation is until noon today at the Hall Mortuary, Lincoln. EstellaSchaefer LINN — Estella Schaefer, 90, Linn, died Sunday, Jan. 12, at the Linn Nursing Home. Mrs. Schaefer was born Dec. 22, 1895, in Linn. She was a homemaker and attended the Zion Lutheran Church of Linn. Survivors include two sons, Art Schuette of Abilene and Wilbert Schuette of Watsonville, Calif.; a stepson, Leroy Schaefer of Linn; a stepdaughter, Eva Helms of Linn; five grandchildren and two great- grandchildren. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Zion Lutheran Church, Linn, Pastor Walter Schmidt officiating. Burial will be in the Greenleaf Cemetery, Greenleaf. Memorials may be made to the church. Visitation is from 3 to 8 p.m. today at the Ward Funeral Chapel, Greenleaf. S.M. Jones MESA, Ariz. — S.M. Jones, 72, Mesa, Ariz., died Sunday, Jan. 12, in Mesa. Mr. Jones was born March 8,1913, in Quinton, Okla. He was a retired grain dealer and had formerly owned the Jones Grain Co., in the Kansas towns of Vermillion, Lillis and Garnett for many years. After retiring, he served as a bookkeeper for Brecheisen Oil Co., Garnett. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge, the Delphian AF and AM Lodge and the United Methodist Church, all of Garnett, the Mirza Shrine Temple of Pittsburg, and the Elks Club of Ottawa. Survivors include his wife, Helen of the home; two sons, Jerry of Salina, Kan., and Lonny of Home, Kan.; a brother, Vincent of Sun City, Ariz.; a sister, Lavona Neal of Lee's Summit, Mo.; and four grandchildren. A memorial service will be held today at the Henderson Funeral Home, Mesa. A graveside service will be at 4 p.m. Friday in the Vermillion, Kan., Cemetery, the Rev. Kent Douglas officiating. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society. Mae Morton GLENDALE, Calif. - A graveside service for Mae Morton, 91, Glendale, Calif., will be at 2 p.m. Thursday in the Gypsum Hill Cemetery, the Rev. Curtis Fulton officiating. Mrs. Morton died Dec. 12,1985, in Red Bluff, Calif. She was born June 20, 1894, and was a homemaker. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church and Order of Eastern Star. She had moved to California in 1936. Her first husband, Charles M. Helwick, died in 1932. Survivors include two sons, Henry A. Helwick of San Marcos, Calif., and Charles K. Helwick of Ellsworth; and a daughter, Mary Deming of Los Molinos, Calif. Ryan Mortuary is in charge of local arrangements. /MC (Continued from Page 1) ting the equivalent of about nine full- time faculty positions and 12 administrative and staff positions. The college has the equivalent of 45.3 full- time faculty positions. It would take $40,000 from the men's basketball operating budget and reduce the budget for athletic scholarships by $20,000 in each of th6 next two years. The plan, however, would increase faculty salaries by an average of 3.5 percent and would use $20,000 to begin a minimal health insurance plan for all Marymount employees. The plan also would decrease the number of credits needed for students to complete some major programs. The move is designed to increase student-faculty ratios, which are too low to justify, Johnson said in the report. "One of the chief problems of the college is that the student-faculty ratio is very low," Johnson wrote. "There is no feasible way Marymount can increase enrollment to raise this key indicator of institutional health." During the fall semester of the 1984-85 academic year, 34 classes were taught with an enrollment of fewer than 10. The following term included 45 such classes. Ten students are required for a course to be self-supporting, the report says. A study comparing Marymount's ratio of full-time equivalent students to full-time equivalent faculty is far below that of 16 other schools it was compared to. Marymount's ratio for fall 1985 equaled one full-time faculty member for every 12.5 full-time students. The ratio at the other colleges was l-to-14. "A low student-faculty ratio is one of the prime contributing factors to Marymount's financial difficulties," Johnson said in the report. "Faculty and staff are paid poorly because the total employment roster is simply too large for available revenues." Raising the ratio of students to faculty will help, rather than hurt, the quality of education, Johnson thinks. Marymount, the report states, has kept the ratio low by requiring students to take u large number of courses to complete their majors, thereby necessitating faculty to teach those courses. His plan would lower credits needed for majors in history, English, drama, psychology, biology, chemistry, computer science, mathematics, business, accounting, art, music and music education. Johnson's plan would eliminate the college's beginning and intermediate Spanish courses because of low enrollment. It also would eliminate the four-year religious studies degree and replace it with a two-year associate degree. All students would be required to take nine hours in the religious studies and philosophy areas as part of their general education program. Some new programs and positions would be funded in the reallocation plan, including the creation of a school soccer team. Soccer is relatively inexpensive, has growth potential and might be useful in drawing students from urban areas, where its popularity is growing, Johnson said in the report. The cost of starting a soccer team would not exceed $15,000. Johnson also would like to add a director of freshman services, who would counsel freshmen and help regulate and balance enrollments in general education classes. Cost for the position is estimated to be $15,000. Administrative enhancements also would be funded, including the remodeling of the admissions and financial aid offices at a cost of $5,000 and hiring an additional part-time admissions counselor at a cost of $8,000. For your information Hospital admissions Asbury — Denise L. Baier, 1241N. 10th; Jamie L. Engstrom, 1200 W. Crawford; Pauline Huxman, 1007 Johnstown; Sandra P. Mowery, Haven Hill Farm; Hazel M. Nelson, 678 S. Third; Gary D. Nichol, 827 Mike; Becky A. Post, 113 S. Third; Lesa J. Reifschneider, 438 Jupiter; Jamie J. Richardson, 600 N. llth; Alma M. Shults, 108 N. llth; Lorraine M. Stephens, 2334 Wesley; Susan M. Thornburg, 1504 Pueblo; Golda D. Wicks, 1661 W. Republic; Vivian B. Wiedmer, Rt. 4; Sarah J. Hurt, Abilene; Ruth M. Christensen, Concordia; Raymond L. Grittman, Beloit; Nadine M. Herman, Abilene; Carol A. Lohmann, Lincoln; Mildred Stoneback, •Wakefield; Jean Walker, BrookvUle; and William H. Workman, Newton. St. John's - Ernest F. Oberg, 952 S. Ohio; Arnold W. Saum, 1533 N. Fifth; Sarah E. Gawith, 924 Birch; Rosemary E. Green, 917 N. 13th; Glenn 0. Carlson, Clay Center; Wade A. Nelson, Jamestown; Lawrence R. Wenthe, Lucas; Mark D. Benfer, Longford; and Heather Kunc, Belleville. Hospital dismissals Asbury — Dick J. Ashcraft, 1506 Beach; Michele G. Burger, 2215 Meadowlark Lane; Catherine J. Catlin and baby girl, 1409 Crescent; Sean S. Clark, 244 N. West Place; Vera Ann Jewell and baby girl, 836 Hancock; Debra A. Knight and baby boy, 410 State Street; Quyen T. Nguyen and baby girl, 140 Augusta; Jay H. Payne, 725 E. Republic; Venicea Renee Wheeler and baby girl, 819 Tulane; Emma L. Booth, LaCrosse; Rees E. Clair, Bushton; Fred V. Dellett, Lamed; Jay W. Martin, MePherson; and Erin A. Tucker and baby boy, Delphos. St. John's — Kenneth C. Cole, 1150 N. 12th No. 5; Nicholas Kuntzsch, 1329 Weather Franklin; Chantry B. George, Lindsborg; Marjorie E. Yetter, Burr Oak; Eudora P. ALstatt, Lindsborg; Marvin L. Flohr, Lindsborg; and Carl E.Knudson, Lincoln. Births Boy: Edward L. and Jamie L. Richardson, 600 N. llth, 9 Ibs. 5 ozs., born Jan. 13. Girls: Thomas L. and Lesa J. Reifschneider, 438 Jupiter, 6 Ibs. 14 ozs., born Jan. 12. David L. and Trena M. Spear, Smolan, 8 Ibs. 10 ozs., born Jan. 12. District Court Bound over for trial — Alphonso Delaughter, 27,1210 N. 10th, charge of robbery In connection with an Oct. 21 holdup at Steve's Service Station, 1339 N. Ninth. Found guilty — Lisa Bates, 26, 207 S. Third, Dec. 18 forgery for writing a false name on motel credit card receipts at Mid- America Inn, 1846 N. Ninth; dismissed was a misdemeanor charge of unlawful use of a credit card. Michael Bilbrey, 29, formerly of 1915 N. llth, Oct. 12 felony theft for taking $1,564 from the Salina Inn, 222 Diamond Drive, where he was working as a desk clerk. Sentenced — Patrick A. Flannagan, 21, 418 W. Elm, felony possession of LSD for possessing the drug in the presence of an undercover police officer with a prior possession conviction, three to 10 years in prison, probation denied. Wayne T. Robertson, 27, 654 N. Third, Aug. 16 and 19 sale of marijuana for selling the drug to an undercover police officer, three to 10 years in prison on both counts, sentences to run concurrently, probation denied. Raymond Grossenbach, 46, 325 E. Bel- oit, misdemeanor theft for sending two children into two Dillons food stores to steal bacon, one year in jail, probation denied. Arraigned — Jeffrey Johnson, 28, Rt. 6, pleaded not guilty to a charge of operating a vehicle as a habitual traffic violator, for reportedly operating a vehicle Oct. 16 while under court order not to drive. Jeffrey A. Preston, 21, formerly of Salina, pleaded not guilty to charges of felony failure to appear for court proceedings and two counts felony theft in connection with the theft of an air compressor from Conoco on Iron, 418 E. Iron, worth about $190, and a tool box worth about $383. Sentence modified - Keith Mitchell, 29, 322 N. Penn, May 3 felony theft of $540 worth of items, including vinyl covers, a spare tire and T-top windows, from a car at Warta Buick-Subaru Inc., 2222 S. Ninth, one to five years in prison, five-year probation granted. Police blotter Burglary — 1020 State, air compressor belonging to John S. Gonzales; $300 loss. Injury accident — Sherman and Franklin streets, Arthur C. Meyer, 27,876 S. llth, was treated at Asbury Hospital on Monday for cuts and bruises after a two-car accident. A car driven by Meyer and a car driven by Tanya L. Kimzey, 37, 606 Lena, collided in the intersection of Sherman and Franklin about 11:50 a.m. Theft and damage to property — 741 W. Schilling, fence cut and five-box beehive belonging to Donald E. Lloyd; $100 loss and $50 damage. Theft — 222 E. Diamond, money belonging to Barton J. Wildenauer, Cape Coral, Fla.; $100 loss. EXTENDED FORECAST Thursday through Saturday A chance for showers, mainly southeast on Thursday. Fair Friday and Saturday. Highs in the 50s. Lows in the ZONE FORECASTS Zones 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 — Mostly sunny and mild today. Highs 60 to 65 and south winds 10 to 20 mph. Mostly clear tonight, lows about 30. Mostly sunny Wednesday, highs 60 to 65. Zones 9, 10, 11 and 12 — Mostly sunny and mild today. Highs 55 to 60 and south winds 5 to 15 mph. Mostly sunny Wednesday, highs about 60. Zones 13,14, 15, 16 and 17 — Mostly sunny and mild today. Highs 55 to 60 and variable winds 5 to 15 mph. Mostly clear tonight, lows about 30. Mostly sunny Wednesday, highs about 60. ELSEWHERE IN KANSAS Monday highs-lows to 6 p.m. Belleville 51-17, Beloit 55-20, Chanute 43-20, Coffeyville 47-22, Concordia 51-20, Dodge City 65-25, Emporia 46-21, Garden City 69-18, Goodland 69-25, Hill City 64-20, Hutchinson 52-23, Pittsburg 43-25, Russell 59-19, Topeka 44-19, Wichita 49-21. SALINA WEATHER At City Airport, 9 p.m. Monday: Temperature 36F; Barometer 29.99 in.; Wind SW 12 mph; Relative Humidity 64%; 24-hour Precipitation to 7 p.m., none. Monday's High 52; Record is 73 in 1928. Monday's Low to 9 p.m. 19; Record is minus 20 in 1918. Today's Sunset 5:31; Tomorrow's Sunrise 7:47. 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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