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On the Record The Salina Journal Friday, April 5,1985, Page 9 Deaths & funerals Loyd E. Wiese Loyd E. Wiese, 45, 2050 Haskett, died Thursday, April 4, at St. John's Hospital. Mr. Wiese wasj born Sept. 23, j 1939, in Hanover. He moved from) Topeka to Salina i in 1963. He was a i typewriter technician for Central I Office Supply and Wiese a member of the University United Methodist Church. He is survived by his wife, Joyce, of the home; his mother, Sophia Wiese of Lynn; two brothers, Leroy Wiese and Lester Wiese of Lynn; and a sister, Mary Thomas of Hereford, Texas. The funeral will be at 9 a.m. Saturday at the University United Methodist Church, the Rev. W. Lawrence Grove officiating. Memorials may be made to the church. Friends may call at the Ryan Mortuary. Remer Menken Remer Menken, 61, 2121 Tulane, died Thursday, April 4, at St. John's Hospital. Mr. Menken was born Feb. 19, 1924, in Illinois. He was a salesman for the Waddell automobile dealership and had lived in Salina since November 1983. He is survived by his wife, Betty J., of the home. No services are planned. His body will be cremated. Jerome A. Shaffer SIMPSON — Jerome A. Shaffer, 75, Simpson, died Thursday, April 4, at St. Francis Hospital, Wichita. Mr. Shaffer was born May 31, 1909, in Simpson. He was a retired fanner and a member of the Beloit Elks Club and St. Mary's Catholic Church, Glasco. Survivors include his wife, Ida, of the home; two sons, William Shaffer of Beloit and Thomas Shaffer of Asherville; and a sister, Mildred Grain CHICAGO (AP) — Futures trading on the Chicago Board of Trade Thursday: Open High Low Last Chg. WHEAT Traulsen of Albuquerque, N.M.; and two grandchildren. The funeral will be at 9:30 a.m. Saturday at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Monsignor Alfred J. Wasinger officiating. Burial will be in the Glasco Cemetery. A rosary will be at 8:30 p.m. at the Harrison Funeral Home, Beloit. Memorials may be made to the church. Friends may call at the funeral home. Bertram H. Polk II Bertram H. Polk II, 1920 Dover, died shortly after birth on Monday, April 1, at Asbury Hospital. He is survived by his parents, Bertram H. and Edith R. Polk, two sisters, Shannon Polk and Victoria Polk, all of the home; paternal grandmother, Lottie Polk of Kansas City; and maternal grandparents, Francis and Edith Camarena, 1011 N. Fifth. A private graveside service will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Highland Cemetery, New Cambria, the Rev. Wenners Ballard officiating. Walter H. Schurz LOGAN - Walter H. Schurz, 67, Logan, died Wednesday, April 3, at the Phillips'County Hospital, Phillipsburg. Mr. Schurz was born Nov. 14, 1917, in Phillips County. He was a farmer and. a lifetime resident of the Logan area. He is survived by his wife, Georgine, of the home; six sons, Fred Schurz, Rick Schurz, Walter Schurz Jr., and Shannon Schurz, all of Logan, Bob Schurz of Phillipsburg, and Dave Schurz of Hays; three daughters, Sheryl Finnesy and Dena Vehige of Hays, and Connie Breese of Quinter; two sisters, Lucille Brobst of Logan and Marguerite Winkleman of Chase; and 13 grandchildren. A memorial service will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at St. John's Catholic Church, the Father Daryl Olmstead officiating. Burial will be in the Pleasant View Cemetery. Livestock CHICAGO (AP) — Futures trading on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange Thursday: Open High Low Settle Chg. CATTLE 40.000 Ibs.: cents per Ib. *f,WU UU May Jul Sep Dec Mar May CORN May Jul Sep Dec Mar May Jul OATS May IIIIMIIIIU 3.57V, 3.37V. 3.36 V. 3.46 3.51 3.48 2.82 '/, 2.83 2.73V, 2.68 2.77 2.B3 2.85V. 1.69 Jul 1.66 Sep- 1 .62 Dec 1.65V. SOYBEANS May 5.99 Jul 6.07 Aug 6.08 Sep 6.01 V, Nov 6.04 i Jan 6.14V. Mar 6.25V, May Jul in; uun 3.64V, 3.40 3.38V, 3.48 V, 3.52 '/. 3.48 2.83 2.83V. 2.74V. 2.68V.. 2.77 2.83 2.85V. 1.69V. 1.66 1.62 1 .65V. 6.04V, 6.12 6.12V, 6.07 6.09V, 6.19V, 6.30V, uib pur 3.56 3.36V. 3.35V. 3.45V. 3.51 3.48 2.82 2.82V. 2.73V, 2.67V. 2.76 2.82V. 2.84V. 1.69 1.65V. 1.62 1.65 5.98V. 6.06V. 6.07V, 6.01 V, 6.03V. 6.14V. 6.25V, Dusnei 3.64 3.39V. 3.38V, 3.47V, 3.52V. 3.48 2.82V, 2.83 2.74 2.68V. 2.76V. 2.82V. 2.85 1.69 1 .65V, 1.62 1.65 6.03V. 6.11V, 6.12V, 6.07 6.08V. 6.19V, 6.30V, 6.38V, 6.45V, + .06V, + .02V, + .01 V. + .OOV, + .01 —,00V, — .00 V. —.00V. + .OOV. + .OOV, — .oov. + .OOV, + .02 + .02 + .03 + .03V, + .02V. + .02V. + .03 + .03 + .03V, KANSAS CITY (AP) —Wheat futures on the Kansas City Board of Trade Thursday: Open High Low Settle Chg. WHEAT 5.000 hu minimum: Hnllnri; nor hushflt Apr Jun Aug Oct Dec Feb Apr 63.50 65.40 65.15 63.25 64.25 65.00 FEEDER CATTLE 44,000 Ibs.; cents Apr 67.85 May 68.20 Aug 69.80 Sep 69.25 Oct 69.15 Nov 69.95 Jan HOGS 30,000 Ibs Apr Jun .; cents 43.60 48.85 Jul 50.45 Aug 50.50 Oct 47.15 Dec 48.25 Feb 49.30 Apr 47.00 Jun 48.05 64.25 66.00 65.65 63.60 64.55 65.00 per Ib. 67.97 68.55 69.97 69.40 69.20 69.95 per Ib. 44.05 49.60 51.30 51.62 47.85 48.80 49.92 47.00 48.40 PORK BELLIES 38,000 Ibs.: cents per Ib. May 67.55 68.80 Jul Aug Feb Mar May Jul 68.10 66.85 72.00 72.37 69.57 68.10 73.05 72.60 63.50 65.25 65.15 63.15 64.25 64.85 67.65 68.10 69.62 69.20 69.00 69.75 43.60 48.85 50.45 50.50 47.15 48.25 49.30 47.00 48.05 67.50 68.10 66.80 71.70 72.37 63.85 65.65 65.40 63.35 64.35 64.85 66.50 67.75 68.22 69.75 69.40 69.10 69.80 70.70 43.77 49.22 50.97 51.00 47.55 48.60 49.55 46.97 48.85 68.22 69.17 67.77 72.62 72.70 72.95 73.50 + .13 + .13 + .10 —.10 —.05 — .10 —.15 —.10 —.15 —.02 —.10 —.10 —.10 + .32 + .50 + .60 + .70 + .45 + .35 + .25 + .17 + .55 + 1.15 + 1.47 + 1.55 + .40 + .65 + .70 May 3.50V. 3.54V, 3.49 1 /. 3.51V. + .OOV. Jul 3.37'/ 2 3.39'Xi 3-.37 3.38 1 /. +.00 1 /. Sep 3.38 3.39'/i 3.38 3.39 1 /, +.01 Dec 3.48 3.49V4 3.48 3.49'/4 +.01W Mar 3-.S3 3.53 3.53 3.53 +.OOV, KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) • Wheat 10 cars: l'/i higher to 5% lower; No. 2 hard 3.723.82%; No. 3 3.73-3.74; No. 2 red wheat 3.61V..3.68N; No. 3 3.50V.-3.67N. Corn 53 cars: unch to 1 '/i lower; No. 2 white 3.05-3.25N; No. 3 2.80-3.20N; No. 2 yellow 2.91-3.05N; No. 3 2.71-3.04N. No. 2 mllo 4.70-4.80N. No. 1 soybeans 6.03V..6.1 l'/,N. Bulk mids hoppers 57.00-58.00. Sollna terminal. Thursday Hard wheat—$3.46 unch Corn—$2.77 down 1« Mllo—$4.45 unch Soybeans—$5.97 up 3C Country elevator composite, Thursday Hard wheat—$3.24 unch Corn—$2.67 down U Mllo—$4.30 unch Soybeans—$5.87 up 3« Corrections The marathon and half-marathon races to be held in connection with the Salina Family Health and Fitness Fair will be sponsored by the YMCA. An earlier story indicated the YWCA was a co-sponsor. -fr -tr ir Because of incorrect information supplied to The Journal, the address was wrong in the obituary Thursday for Thomas E. Meier, 51, who died Tuesday at Wesley Medical Center in Wichita. Mr. Meier did not live at 818 Lena, as reported. * * * Because of incorrect information supplied to The Journal, an announcement of a birth was incorrect in Thursday's edition. A girl was born April 3 to John W. and Catherine Anslover, 902 E. Minneapolis. KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Quotations for Thursday: Correction on feeder steers Cattle 5,000: Early sales feeder steers and heifers steady with best demand on steer calves. Not enough early sales to fully test market. Feeder steers, medium with tew large frame 1, small package 356 Ib 81.00; 400-600 Ib 73.0079.00; few 600-700 Ib 65.00-67.00; package 603 Ib 68.90. Feeder heifers, medium with few large frame 1, 300-500 Ib 62.00-65.00; 600.700 Tb 61.00-64.20. Hogs 600: Trading slow. Barrows and gilts 50 higher; 1-3 210-260 Ib 41.50-42.00; 2-3 250270 Ib 41.00-41.50; 270-290 Ib few 40.00-41.00. Sows under 500 Ib steady to 50 lower, over 500 Ib scarce; 1-2 300-500 Ib 36.00. Sheep none. DODGE CITY (AP) — Western Kansas feedlot sales: Trade very slow. Not enough slaughter steer or heifer sales confirmed for a market test. Inquiry fair, demand very light. Sales confirmed on 300 slaughter steers and 400 slaughter heifers Thursday. For the week to date 27,600 head confirmed. Slaughter steers: Few choice 2-3, few 4 1100 Ib 62.50; few choice with end good 62.00. Slaughter heifers: Few choice 2-3, few 4 975 Ib 60.50: few choice with end commercial and good 975-1000 Ib 60.50. Sales FOB feedlot net weights after 4 percent shrink. ST. JOSEPH, Mo. (AP) — Quotations for Thursday: Cattle-slaughter 250: Reduced supply slaughter cows steady to 1.00 higher. Slaughter cows, breaking utility and commercial 38.50-42.50, high dressing 42.00-43.10. Hogs 2,000: Barrows and gilts 50 higher: 12 210-250 Ib 41.75-42,00; 1-3 230-260 Ib 41.5042.00; 2-3 250-270 Ib 41.00-41.50; shipment 285 Ib 40.50. Sows under 500 Ib 50 lower, over 500 Ib steady. Instances 1.50 lower; 1-2 300-450 Ib 36.00; 450-500 Ib 37.00; 1-3 500-650 Ib 42.00-43.50. Metals NEW YORK (AP) — Selected world gold prices Thursday: Foreign: London morning fixing $317.00, off $4.25. London afternoon fixing $316.75, off $4.50. Paris afternoon fixing $317.97, off $3.33. Frankfurt fixing $317.05, off $4.96. Zurich late afternoon bid $315.40, off $4.90; $315.90 asked. Domestic: Handy & Harmon (only daily quote) $316.75. off $4.50. Engelhard (only daily quote) $317.15, off $4.50. Englehard fabricated (only dally quote) $333.01, off $4.72. NY Comex gold spot month Thu. $320.10, up $3.30. Republic National Bank $320.00, up $3.25. NEW YORK (AP) — Handy & Harmon silver Thursday $6.425, off 0.075. Engelhard silver $6.440, off 0.060; fabricated $6.891, off 0.064. The bullion price for silver earlier In London was $6.390, off 0.107. NY'Comex silver spot month closed Wednesday at $6.445, up 0.121, A rosary and wake will be at 8 p.m. Friday at the Logan Funeral Home. The funeral mass will be at 10 a.m. Monday at the church. Friends may call at the funeral home. Lawrence R. Alger LaCROSSE - Lawrence R. Alger, 89, died Wednesday, April 3, at the Rush County Memorial Hospital, LaCrosse. Mr. Alger was born Oct. 22, 1895, in Greeley, Colo. He was a' retired businessman. He was a veteran of World War I and a member of the American Legion, the Chamber of Commerce, the Rush County Fair Board, the Appaloosa Horse Association and the United Methodist Church. Survivors include his wife, Grace L. Alger of the home; a son, Wayne Alger of Denver; four daughters, Crystal Dellett of Rush Center, Carol Wolsieffer of 1603 Hickory, Marilyn Koci of Bison, and Joan Murray of Temple, Texas; 13 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at the United Methodist Church, the Rev. Glenn Tonbaugh officiating. Burial will be in the LaCrosse Cemetery with military rites. Memorials may be made to the church. Friends may call until 9 p.m. Friday at the Janousek Funeral Home, LaCrosse. Rosa May Moore GLEN ELDER — Rosa May Moore, 100, Glen Elder, died Wednesday, April 3, at the long term care unit of the Mitchell County Hospital, Beloit. Mrs. Moore was born Jan. 11, 1885. She was a retired school lunchroom helper and a member of the Methodist Church. Her husband, Marion, preceded her in death. She is survived by several nieces and nephews. The funeral will be at 2:30 p.m. Saturday at the Methodist Church, the Rev. Robert Conway officiating. Burial will be in the Glenwood Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the church. Friends may call until 1 p.m. Saturday at the Harrison Funeral Home, Beloit. Glenn H. Miller WICHITA - Glenn H. Miller, 80, Wichita, died Wednesday, April 3, at the St. Francis Regional Medical Center, Wichita. Mr. Miller was born May 4, 1904, in Brantford. He lived in Salina prior to moving to Wichita in 1976. He was a Methodist lay minister and was active in barbershop quartet singing. He was the owner of Miller Public Accounting in Wichita. He is survived by his wife, C. Eleanor, of the home; a step-son, David Danielson of Seattle, Wash.; a step-daughter, Kathryn Arnold of Las Cruces, N.M.; and four grandchildren. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Cochran Funeral Home, Wichita, the Rev. Norman C. Hardin officiating. Burial will be in the Old Mission Cemetery. Harry J. Nelson CHEYENNE WELLS, Colo. The funeral for Harry J. Nelson, 74, Cheyenne Wells, was Sunday, March 28, at the Christian Church in Cheyenne Wells. Mr. Nelson died Tuesday, March 26, at his home. He was born June 15, 1910, in Salina. He was a brick mason in the Salina area for many years before moving to Cheyenne Wells, where he continued his trade before retirement. Survivors include his wife, Irene of the home; a son, Harrison of Cheyenne Wells; a brother, Harvard of Waldwick, N.J.; three sisters, Marguerite Ostenberg of 316 S. Oakdale, Salina, Hariette Miller of 309 Channel Road, Salina, and Violet Holwerda of Lindsborg; and two grandsons. The Veterans of Foreign Wars conducted a military graveside service at the Fairview County Cemetery, Cheyenne Wells. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society. The Hendrick Mortuary, Burlington, Colo., was in charge. Bonnie Belva Brown SANTA BARBARA, Calif. - A graveside service for Bonnie Belva Brown, 89, Santa Barbara, was Tuesday, April 2, at the Santa Barbara Cemetery. Mrs. Brown died March 28 at the Extended Care Convalescent Hospital, Santa Barbara. She was born June 18, 1895, in White Cloud, and lived most of her life in Salina. She moved to Santa Barbara in 1967 from Los Angeles. . She was a homemaker. Her husband, William, died in 1961. Survivors include seven daughters, Mary Detty and Betty Nelson, both of Santa Barbara, Florence Bell of Camarillo, Calif., Lucille Hanson and Twila Jordan, both of Kansas, and Charlotte Daly and Barbara Wilson, both of Concord, Calif.; two sons, Willard and Robert, both of California; 33 grandchildren and 66 great-grandchildren. Welch-Ryce-Haider Funeral Chapels was in charge. Fire burns mobile home at Abilene ABILENE — Aid is being sought for a couple who lost most of their possesions and clothing in an early morning fire that destroyed their mobile home. The home belonge'd to John and Elaine Valleroy. Grant Township firefighters were called at 7:29 a.m. to a fire at the Red Rock Mobile Home Court on the southwest edge of Abilene. Fire Chief Ken Wetzel said Elaine Valleroy had been asleep on the sofa in the front of the home when she was awakened by smoke coming from the rear bedroom area. She left the home and called the fire department from a neighbor's home. The Valleroys are staying with a relative, Wetzel said. The Red Cross has begun to solicit money and clothing. Three hurt in crash COURTLAND — Three people were injured when the Jeep they were riding in and a Santa Fe freight train collided at 9:20 p.m. Wednesday just west of Courtland, according to a Kansas Highway Patrol spokesman. The driver of the Jeep was identified as Houck S. Reed, 17, St. Joseph, Mo., who was westbound on U.S. 36. He and passenger Kathleen M. Sanders, 17, also of St. Joseph, were treated at the Republic County Hospital, Belleville. Another passenger, Elizabeth G. Butler, 16, also of St. Joseph, was hospitalized overnight. Farmland considering Land O'Lakes merger KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Directors of two Midwest farm cooperatives, Farmland Industries Inc. and Land O'Lakes Inc., said Thursday they are discussing a merger. They plan to study the impact a joint operation would have on farmers and ranchers. The merger proposal was announced in a joint news release by Ralph Hofstad, president of Land O'Lakes, and Farmland President Kenneth Nielsen. Land O'Lakes is based in Minneapolis, Minn., and Farmland Industries is based in Kansas City, Mo. At separate meetings Wednesday in Omaha, Neb., Hofstad and Nielsen instructed their organizations to study the potential benefits a merger could produce. A merger of the cooperatives would create one of the largest and most diverse cooperatives in U.S. history. Both cooperatives have grain merchandising and farm service-related enterprises. Each are involved in different aspects of the food processing industry. Farmland Industries, the largest U.S. farmer-owned cooperative, posted sales of $5.2 billion in 1984. Farmland has hog slaughter and pork processing operations that market ham, bacon, cured and can- ned pork products and fresh pork cuts. Farmland lost $55.6 million in 1982, then showed a $12.4 million profit in 1983 and $11.2 million in 1984. But the profits in both years reflected income from the sale of assets. Land O'Lakes, the fifth largest farmer-owned cooperative in the United States with 1984 sales of $2.3 billion, processes milk, cheese, butter, margerine, baking ingredients and turkey products. Land O'Lakes has undergone reorganization and belt-tightening since 1982 when it reported a $19 million loss. The cooperative reported profits of $10 million and $11 million in 1983 and 1984, respectively. Last year, Land O'Lakes transferred its former soybean processing operations into a new cooperative called Ag Processing Inc. of Omaha, which it formed with Farmland and a soy processing coop in Iowa. The joint venture helped boost 1984 earnings at both Land O'Lakes and Farmland. In the news release, the two presidents said the merger discussion was triggered by the successful creation of Ag Processing. They added that no timetable had been set for studying a possible merger. Far-Mar-Co members OK sale KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Members of Far-Mar-Co, a grain marketing cooperative based in Kansas City, have" given overwhelming approval to the proposed sale of many of the firm's assets to an Oklahoma cooperative. Farmland Industries Inc., the parent company of Far-Mar-Co, said the sale to Union Equity Cooperative Exchange of Enid, Okla., for about $65 million was approved by a vote of 425-24. The transaction still must be approved by Union Equity members, who are to finish voting on the proposal by next Wednesday. Farmland and Union Equity have said they hope to complete the transaction by May 31. The deal involves the sale of three Far-Mar-Co terminal elevators at Hutchinson and other wheat and grain sorghum handling operations in Kansas, Colorado, Nebraska and Texas. The Far-Mar-Co terminal elevator at Salina is not included in the sale. Farmland said when it announced the proposed sale last month that most of the remaining Far-Mar-Co grain facilities — mostly in corn and soybean producing areas of the Midwest — also will be sold. "We're making this move in order to compete. We want to get lean and tough so we can compete," Farmland President Kenneth Nielsen said. For your information Hospital admissions Asbury — Ross Bullock, 212 W. Claflin; Leland E. Bradford, 333 W. Jewell; Michael E. Fiorini, 1602 Hickory; Cindy M. Holcom, 300 S. Fifth; Justin G. McDaniel, 1507 Oak; Earl M. Nickels, 212 E. Minneapolis; Ramon D. Sethman, 820 W. North; Lori L. Sineman 126 S. Clark; Nora F. Thomas, 743 Cherokee; Leo A. Vignery, 843 Manor; Martha H. Zimbelman, 1307 E. Beloit; Patricia A. Abercrombie, Barnard; Edythe M. Emerick, Mankato; Julia A. Fowles, Assaria; Helen M. Haynes, Enterprise; and Sarah E. Schleicher, Belleville. St. John's — John K. Hoffman, 515 Seitz; Arlene M. Rudd, 808 Iron; Vicky Schneider, 1912 Glendale; Sharon K. Simmons, 415 S. Connecticut; Jane L. Vargas, 400 S. Phillips; Glenn Weinhold, Durrance; Martha Bolliger, Abilene; and Jason C. Hamilton, Arvada, Colo. Hospital dismissals Asbury — Tammy L. Croslin and baby boy, 708 Carriage Ct.; Pamela F. Jacobson, 1310 E. North No. 23; Karen Jo Larsen, Rt. 2; Parker E. Miller 808 S. Ninth; Janell R. Parr and baby girl, 131 Springfield; Thelma E. Riffel, 454 S. llth; Nolita E. Reifsteck, Rt. 2; Alice M. Stack, Windsor Estates; Sonja D. Welch and baby boy, 112 Millview; Jarrod R. Gunn, Weather Holyrood; Frank R. Mayo, Clay Center; Jack E. Parrson, Jewell; Marjorie A. Eiffel and baby boy, Woodbine; Helen L. Sander, Russell; Gaylord T. Steinbruck, Oak Hill; and Deanna L. Walters and baby girl, Abilene. St. John's — Rosie E. Holmes, Rt.5; Judy L. McKnight, 244 N. West Place; George D. Reaves, 951 S. Fourth; Michael J. Riley, 2313 Mayfair; Mabel Skyllberg, 2165 Kensington; Francis E. Breault, Miltonvale; Josephine R. Gay, Beloit; Delia P. Hammar, Pittsburg, Calif.; Robert N. Hodgsori, Herington; Jodi S. Holbert, Abilene; Eugene M. McClintock, Beloit; Matilda Reitcheck, Minneapolis; and Bertha M. Vinson, Abilene. Births Boys: Melvin and Cindy Holcom, 300 S. Fifth, 7 Ibs. 14 ozs., born April 4. Terry L. and Joanna J. Skidmore, 813 Hemlock, 8 Ibs. Vz oz., born April 4. Randy K. and Mona R. Kaufman, Lucas, 7 Ibs. 13M: ozs., born April 3. Donald and Patricia A. Abercrombie, Barnard, 9 Ibs. 13 ozs., born April 4. Girl: Rex E. and Julia A. Fowles, Assaria, 5 Ibs. 14 ozs., born April 3. District Court Charged — Gregory Vidrine, 21, 210 W. Iron, a charge of felony theft for allegedly obtaining control over $47,000 worth of jewels stolen from James E. Johnson Associates, 123 S. Indiana on March 23. Divorces Filed — Melissa S. Gehringer vs. Rex E. Gehringer. Police blotter Damage to property — Rt. 1 Brookville, holes shot in stock tank owned by Kenneth Schoshke; $165 loss. Theft — 2147 Hageman, citizens band radio owned by Larry Hamler; $260 loss. 700 N. Ohio, Harley-Davidson-Honda of Salina, five leather jackets and motorcycle parts stolen; $1,434 loss. 671 Westport Blvd., Westway Trucks- top, charges made on stolen credit card; $134 loss. Burglary - 1700 Ninth, Klepper Oil Co., merchandise stolen and property damaged; $537 loss. Municipal Court Traffic - Bernard T. Quirk, 43, 310 N. Ninth, a charge of driving while under the influence, 48 hours in jail with six months of parole granted and a restricted license; $200 fine. Daniel L. Pearce, 26, 2236 Leland Way, a charge of DUI; $200 fine. EXTENDED OUTLOOK Sunday through Tuesday Cool Sunday, with lows in the mid-20s and highs in the 50s. Milder Monday and Tuesday, with lows in the mid-30s northwest to mid-40s southeast and highs in the inid-60s to lower 70s. ZONE FORECASTS Zones 1, 2 — Partly cloudy and cooler today, with highs in the low- to mid-50s and northerly winds at 10 to 20 mph. Fair tonight with lows about 30. Partly sunny and warmer Saturday, highs in the lower 60s. Zones 4, 5, 7, 8 — Partly sunny today, with highs in the mid-50s and northerly winds at 10 to 20 mph. Fair tonight, with lows in the mid-30s. Partly cloudy Saturday, with highs in the low- to mid-60s. Zones 10, 11 — Partly cloudy today, with highs in the low- to mid-50s and northerly winds at 10 to 20 mph. Fair tonight, with lows in the mid-30s. Partly sunny Saturday, with highs about 60. ZONE 1—Cheyenne, Rowlins, Sherman, Thomas. ZONE 2—Wallace, Logan, Greeley, Wichita, Scott. ZONE 4—Decatur, Norton, Sheridan. Graham. ZONE 5—Cove, Trego, Lane, Ness. ZONE 7—Phillips, Smith, Rooks, Osborne. ZONE 8—Ellis, Russell. Rush, Barton. ZONE 10—Jewell, Republic, Washington, Mitchell, Cloud, Cloy. ZONE 11—Lincoln, Ottawa, Ellsworth, Saline. Dickinson, Rice, Morion. McPherson. ELSEWHERE IN KANSAS Thursday highs-lows to 6 p.m. Belleville 58-15, Beloit 59-47, Chanute 74-58, Coffey- 60 The Forecast/for 7 p.m. EST, Fit, April 5 -*"'~^ *~ T ~^ a l—a - An -^^ -^W_* 80 70 High Temperatures Showers Rain Flumes Snow FRONTS: Occluded - - Stationary ' National w«m«» Sennce NOAA. U S Oeol ol Commerce ville 79-58, Concordia 52-45, Dodge City 5846, Emporia 65-51, Garden City 62-45, Goodland 52-36, Hill City 55-42, Hutchinson 64-53, Pittsburg 79-59, Russell 57-46, Topeka 66-54, Wichita 6847. SALINA WEATHER At City Airport, 9 p.m. Thursday: Temperature 44F; Barometer 29.65 in.; Wind NW 9 mph; Relative Humidity 96%; 24-hour Precipitation to 7 p.m. 0.22 in. Thursday's High 60; Record is 91 in 1943. Thursday's Low to 9 p.m. 44; Record is 19 in 1920. Today's Sunset 6:11; Tomorrow's Sunrise 6:56. 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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