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(First published Feb. 25, 2010 in the Jewell County Record) In the District Court of Jewell County, Kansas In the Matter of the Estate of Leonora H. Wheeler, a.k.a. Leonora Hutchison Wheeler,a.k.a. Leonora Wheeler, a.k.a. Lenora Hutchison Wheeler, deceased. Case No. 2010-PR-03 NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that a peti- 4[3 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, February 25, 2010 notified that you have been sued by the (21), Twenty-two (22), Twenty-three (4), in Original Townsite ofthe City of Barbara J. Hudson, Demand No. 11above named plaintiff, The Board of (23), and Twenty-four (24), in Block Randall, Kansas. DianaC. McFarlane, a/k/a County Commissioners ofthe County Twelve (12), in Original Townsite of (23) Lot One ( l ), in the BIock Nine Public Notices DianaMcFarlane, DemandNo. 11 ofJewell, intheStateofKansaswhose City of Formoso, Kansas. (9), in Brigham, Crill and Randall's Unknown spouse of Diana C. petition was filed on the 30th day of (10) Lots Sixteen (16), Seventeen First Addition to City of Randall, Kan- McFarlane, Demand No. 1 INovember, 2009, in the Office of the (17), Eighteen (18) and Nineteen (19), Roger D. Garrett, Clerk of the District Court of Jewell in Block Fourteen (14), in the City of a/k/a Roger Garrett, Demand No. 14 County, Kansas, in the above entitled Formoso, Kansas. Dawn D. Garrett, suit, it being Case No. 09-CV-11, (:11) Lots Thirteen (13), Fourteen a/k/a Dawn Garrett, Demand No. 14 against you, and each of you; and that (14), and Fifteen (15), in Block Four- John R. Burch, Demand No. 15youmustanswerorpleadtoplaintiff's teen (14), Original Townsite of the Velma Garst, Demand No. 15 petition on or before April 8, 2010, at City of Formoso, Kansas. Audrey L. Morrow, DemandNo. 19 10:00 a.m., or the said petition will be (12) Lots One (1), Two (2) and Karen L. Robinson, Demand No. 20 Three (3), in Block Forty-seven (47); John K. Sipe, Demand No. 21 in Original Townsite in City of Jewell Verda K. Sipe, Demand No. 21 City, Kansas. Ronald E. Boettcher, Demand No. 22 ( ! 3) Redeemed Larry McMillan, Demand No. 23 (14) Beginning at a point feet Janet L. McKellar, Demand No. 24 East of the Northwest corner of Lot Ora A. McKellar, Demand No. 24 Four (4), in Block Fifty-nine (59), in Alvin F. McKeIlar, Demand No. 24 Bess McKellar, Demand No. 24 W.H. McKellar, Demand No. 24 Hilda McKellar, Demand No. 24 Donald R. McKellar, Demand No. 24 taken as true and judgmenl by default rendered in favor of the plaintiff find- ing and determining the amount of taxes, interest and costs chargeable to each respective particular tract, piece or parcel of land hereinafter described and the name of each owner or party i tion has been filed in this court by Barbara L. Snyder, as one of the heirs SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY TIIURSI)AY FRIDAY SATURDAY at law of Leonora H. Wheeler, de- ceased, praying for the determination of descent of the following described real estate in Jewell County, Kansas, to-wit: Mavis McKellar, Demand No. 24 East Half of the Southwest Quarter (El/2 SWI/4) of Section Twenty-six George T. McKellar, Demand No. 24 Gertrude McKellar, Demand No. 24 (26), Township Four (4)South, RangeArchie R. McKellar, Jr., Demand No. 24 Bernadine McKellar, Demand No. 24 Gene McKellar, Demand No. 24 Phyllis McKellar, Demand No. 24 Hannah McKellar Trotter, Demand No. 24 R.L. Trotter, Demand No. 24 having an interest therein and adjudg- ing and decreeing the amount so found due to be a first and prior lien upon the respective following tracts, pieces and parcels of land in Jewell County, Kan- sas., to-wit: Six (6) West of the 6'" P.M. and all other property in Kansas, real and per- sonal, or interests therein, owned by the decedent at the time of her death. You are hereby required to file your written defenses to such petition on or before the 19th day of March, 2010, at 10:00 o'clock a.m.. of said day, in said court, in the City of Mankato, In Jewell County, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon such petition. Barbara L. Snyder, petitioner Darrell E. Miller P.O. Box 344 Mankato, Kan. 66956 785-378-3128 Attorney tbr Petitioner 8-3c (First published/:eb. 25, 2010 in the ,lewell County Record) In the District Court of Jewell County, Kansas Case No. 09-cv-il The Board of County Commis- sioners ol' the County of Jewell in the State of Kansas, plaintiff vs. M.C. Anderson, Demand No. I Chrystal Hassell, Demand No. 2 Jeff Hassell, Demand No. 2 James C. Ramsey, Demand No. 3 Patricia G. Ramsey, Demand No. 3 Diana S. Foutch, Demand No. 5 Unknown spouse of Jennifer Ribas, Demand No. 6 Curtis E. Venn, Demand No. 6 Unknown spouse of Curtis E. Venn, Demand No. 6 L.E. Minnick, Demand No. 7 Eileen Minnick, Demand No. 7 David Adams, Demand No. 8 Phyllis J. Dunigan,a/k/a Phyllis Dunigan, Demand No. 10 Ricky Lee Hudson, a/k/a Ricky L. Hudson, a/k/a Rick Hudson, Demand No. I I Former Orscheln Farm & Home Location 2217 W.: Jones Frontage Road Garden City, KS 67846 Elizabeth McKellar Vomehr, Demand No. 24 Fred Vomehr, Demand No. 24 Clyde M. Certain, Demand No. 24 Goldia Certain, Demand No. 24 Maude E. Lucas, Demand No. 24 Ruth E. Coombs, a/k/a Ruth Coombs, Demand No. 26 C.C. Weatherbee, Demand No. 26 Bessie M. Weatherbee, Demand No. 26 Pamela Christensen, Demand No. 27 Lyle O. Mitchell, Demand No. 28 Carmen Mitchell, Demand No. 28 and the unknown heirs, executors, administrators, fevisees, trustees, credi- tors and assigns of such of the defen- dants as may be deceased; the un- known spouses of the defendants; then unknown officers, successors, trust- ees, creditors and assigns of such de- fendants as are existing, dissolved or dormant corporations; the unknown executors, administrators, devisees, trustees, creditors, successors and as- signs of such defendants as are or were partners or in partnership and the un- known guardians, conservators and trustees of such of the defendants as (The number in parenthesis preced- ing each tract is the number of the cause of action in the petition.) (I) Commencing at the Southwest corner of Lot One (1), Block Two (2), in the Original Town of Burr Oak, Kansas; running thence North 26 feet; thence East 115 feet; thence South 26 feet; thence West 115 feet to the place of beginning, the same being parts of Lots One ( 1 ), Two (2), and Three (3),of said Block Two (2) of Burr Oak, Kan- sas. (2) Lot Six (6) and East 34 feet of Lot Seven (7), in Block Two (2), Origi- nal ,Townsite of the City of Burr Oak, Kansas. (3) South Half (SI/2) of Lots Six (6), Seven (7), and Eight (8), in Block Three (3), Original Townsite of the City of Burr Oak, Kansas. (4) Lots Nine (9) and Ten (10), Block Two (2), in Lewis' First Addi- tion to City of Burr Oak, Kansas. (5) Lots Eight (8), Nine (9), and Ten (10), in Block Five (5), in the Original Townsite of the City of Burr Oak, Kansas. (6) Part of Lot 7, in Block i, in Godfrey's Second Addition to the City of Burr Oak, Kansas, described as fol- lows: 104 feet off the North end of said Lot 7, less 46 feet off the West side thereof. (7) Part of the SEI/4NE1/4 of Sec- tion Three (3), Township Three (3) South, Range Ten (F0) West of the 6Lh P.M., more fully described as follows: A tract of land commencing at a point 335 feet East of the Northeast corner of Block Eleven (I I),in the City of Esbon, are minors or are in anywise under Kansas; thence East 75 feet; thence legal disability, and all other persons South 165 feet; thence West 75 feet; who are or may be concerned, defen- thence North 165 feet to place of be- dants ginning. NOTICE OF SUIT (8) Lots Seventeen (17), Eighteen The State of Kansas to each and all (18), Nineteen (19), Twenty (20) and of the defendants above named andNorthHalf(Ni/2)ofLotSixteen(16), designated, and to all other persons all in Brock Three (3), Original who are or may be concerned: Townsite of City of Esbon, Kansas. You, and each of you, are hereby (9) Lots Twenty (20), Twenty-one United K. ounfrv Central States Land & Auction Kansas Afflhale Broker Central Really Basehor, KS 1-800-841-8079 the Original Townsite of City of Jewell City, Kansas; thence running South 120 feet to the South line of said Lot 4; thence East 24 feet; thence North 120 feet to the North line of Lot 3; thence West 24 feet to the place of beginning; being 13 feet off the East side of Lot Four (4) and 1 I feet off the West side of Lot Three (3), in Block Fifty-nine (59). (15) The West 50'feet of Lots One (I), Two (2) and Three (3), in Block One (I), Bishop's Addition to the City of Mankato, Kansas. (16) Lots One (1) and Two (2), in Block Thirty (30), in Original Townsite of the City of Mankato, Kansas. (17) A part of the Southwest Quar- ter of the Southeast Quarter (SWl/4 SE 1/4) of Section Fifteen (15), Town- ship Three (3) South, Range Eight (8) West of the 6'h P.M., described as fol- lows: The East 80 feet of the following described premises, to-wit: Commenc- sas. (24) Undivided one-sixteenth (1/16) interest in and to all of the oil, gas and minerals in and under the surface of" North Half of the Southeast Quarter (N1/2SEI/4) and the Southeast Quar- ter of the Southeast Quarter (SEll4 SE1/4) of Section Nineteen (19), Town- ship Five (5) South, Range Six (6) West of the 6 P.M. (25) Undivided-one-half (I/2) in- terest in all of the oil, gas, and other minerals and mineral rights in and un- der: Northeast Quarter (NE I/4), South Half of the Northwest Quarter (S I/2 NW I/4), Southwest Quarter (SW I/4) and West Half of the Southeast Quar- ter (Wl/2SE1/4), all in Section Thirty (30), Township One (1) South, Range Eight (8) West of the 6" P.M. in . well County, Kansas. (26) Undivided one-half (i/2) in- terest of the mineral rights for a period of twenty-five (25) years from No- vember 13, 1987: North Half of South- east Quarter (NI/2SEI/4) of Section Thirty-one (31), Township One (I) South, Range Seven (7) West of the 6th P.M. (27) Lots One (I) through Eleven (11), inclusive, in Block One (I), Origi- nal Townsite, City of Lovewell, Kan- sas. (28) Lots ! I to 14, both inclusive, in Block 5, in Town of Northbranch, Kansas; and Also a tract described as follows: Commencing at a point 393 feet North and 1'50 feet West of South- east corner of Lot 16 in Section 7, ing at the Northwest corner of SWI/4 Township I South, Range 9 West of SE1/4 of said Section 15, Township 3 the 6th P.M.; thence South 100 feet, South, Range 8 West; thence south 12 thence West 147 feet, thence North rods; thence east 20 rods; thence north 100 feet, thence East 147 feet to place 12 rods to the north line of SW1/4 of beginning. SEI/4ofSection 15,Township3South, (29) All of Lot One (I), in Block Range 8 West; thence West 20 rods to (1), in Northbranch, Kansas. the place of beginning. (30) Lots Two (2), Three (3), Four (18) Lot I 1, less the North 46 feet of (4), Five (5), Six (6), Sev'en (7), Thir- the West 40 feet, and the West 30 feet of Lot 12, Block 5, Bishop's Addition to the City of Mankato, Kansas. (19) Lot Seven (7), in Block Eleven (11), Bishop's Addition to City of Mankato, Kansas. (20) Part of Northwest Quarter (NWl/4) of Section Twenty-two (22), TownshipThree (3) South, Range Eight (8) West of the 6" P.M.. described as follows: Commencing at a point on the East line of said quarter section aforesaid 15 chains South oftheNorth- east corner of said quarter section; thence West 20 rods; thence South 8 rods; thence East 20 rods to the East line of said section; thence North 8 rods to the place of beginning, also known as Tract No. 12. (21) Lots One (1), Two (2) and Three (3), Block Thirty-one (31), in the Original Townsite of the City of Mankato, Kansas. (22) Lot Nine (9), in Block Four Everyone We~come~ II 1,800 Kansans qualify for Monday, March 1 3:05 p.m. Rock Hills High School Mankato, Kan. The public is invited to support the teams to Sub-State. additional savings on Medicare. Do you or your loved ones? Find out by contacting the Area Agency on Aging nparest you,, at K~N~d 1-866-457-2364 ASfOCIATlO N I II I Ill Mobile Lubricants Include Delvac 1300 Super 15W40 Delvac 630 (formerly 1330) Mobiltluid 424 Delvac MX 15W40 Fleet 15W40 Mobilube HD 80W90 $ .60 per gallon discount on 55 & 30 gallon drums or 5 gallon pails. Free 10 pack of Mobilgrease XHP 222 with I l0 gallon oil order. Please place orders on or before March 10 deadline to receive discount. loyd's S inclai I 205 West South - Hwy 36, Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3945 1-888-378-3945 (outside Mankato) Burr Oak, Kansas; thence East 355 under NEPA and related laws and au- feet; thence North to the waters edge of i thorities and allows the City of Man- White Rock Creek; thence upstream kato to use HUD/CDBG program along the waters edge of White Rock Creek to the section line; thence along the section line West to a point due North of the place of beginning; thence South the place of beginning in Jewell County, Kansas. (39) Lot Four (4), less North Thirty (30) feet, Block One (I), Godfrey's Second Addition to City of Burr Oak, Kansas. (40) Redeemed " Boai'd of County Commissioners of the County of Je ell in the State of Kansas, Plaintiff Darrell E. Miller Jeweil County Attorney and Attor- ney tbr Plaintiff ATTEST: Clerk of the District Court JRwell County, Kansas 8-3c (Published Feb. 25, 2010, in the Jewell CounO, Record) Notice of Finding of No Significant Impact and Notice of Intent to Request Release of Funds On or soon after March 13, 2010, the City of Mankato will submit a request to the State of Kansas for the release of federal funds from the Com- munity Development Block Grant Pro- gram under Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974 (PL 93-383) to undertake the lbllow- ing project: Project Number: 09-ST-902 Project Type: Construct addition to existing fire station on vacant lots; possible fill dirt will be added to the site; Addition will be a metal building with a concrete entrance and floor Project Location: 202 E. Jefferson St. within Mankato City Limits Estimated Total Project Cost: $517,186 Finding Of No Significant Impact The City of Mankato has deter- mined the project will have no signifi- cant impact on the human environ- teen (13), and Fourteen (14), all in ment. Therefore, an Environmental Block One (1), Northbranch, Kansas. Impact Statement under the National (31) Lot Eight (8), in Block One Environmental Policy Act of 1996 (1), Northbranch, Kansas. (NEPA) is not required. Additional (32) Lots Fifteen (15) and Sixteen project information is contained in the (16), in Block One ( I ), Northbranch, Environmental Review Record (ERR) Kansas. on file with the city clerk and may be (33) Redeemed examined by calling the clerk's office (34) An undivided I/8th mineralat785-378-3141. interest in and to: Northeast Quarter of Public Comments Northwest Quarter (NEI/4NWI/4);Any individual, group, or agency West Half of Northeast Quarter (W I/2 may submit written qomments on the NEI/4); South Half of Northwest Quar- ERR to the City Office at P.O. Box 2, ter(Sl/2NWl/4);andSouthwestQuar- Mankato, KS, 66956. All comments ter (SWI/4), of Section Twelve (12), receivedby the city within fifteen days Township Two (2) South, Range Nine of the publication date will be consid- (9) West of the 6th P.M. ered by the City of Mankato prior to (35) An undivided l/8th mineralauthorizing submission of a request interest in and to: Southeast Quarterof forreleaseoffunds. Comments should Southwest Quarter (SE I/4SW I/4) of specify which notice they are address- Section One (1), Township Two (2) ing. South. Range Nine (9) West of the 6th Release Of Funds P.M The City of Mankato certifies to the (36) Redeemed State of Kansas that Donald Koester in (37) Lots One (I) and Two (2), in his capacity as mayor consents to ac- Block Five (5), in Brigham, Crill and ceptthejurisdiction ofthe federalcourts Ra dall.'sFirst Addition to the City of if an action is brought to enforce re- Randall. Kansas. sponsibilities in relation to the envi- (38 ) The West 154 feet of a tract of ronmentalreviewprocessandthatthese land described as commencing at a responsibilities have been satisfied. The point 330 feet East of the Southwest State of Kansas' approval of the certi- corner of Block 14, Original Town of fication satisfies its responsibilities For Real Pain Therapy... Thera-Gesic Pain Cream It Really Works...Compare and SAVE. Mankato Fire Department Defensive Driving Class ]C i fill ! Tuesda oMckrH ls2 H ;h Th:hr:od? MMa:k:2 K n. 10 p. COUNTY RURAL Belleville Physicians & Specialty Physicians Dr. Beavers 8 a.m.-Noon 1.5 p.m. 2 Ill I I Andy Walker, M.D. 2212 :: zer:n,MM?l . 7 Leon Hughes, P.A.C. Marilyn Dunstan, A.R.N.P. Acute Services inpatient care, Swing beds, Outpatient core, Pediatrics, Long Term Care, Hospice, Adult Day Care, Crestvue Cottage Apartments, 24 Hour Emergency Room Diagnostic Laboratory, Digital Radiology, EKGs, CT Scans, MRIs, Halter Monitoring, Stress Testing, Venous and Carotid Doppler Studies, Echocardiograms, Annual Health Fair Participant, Women's Health Clinic and Kan Be Healthy Clinic Reha%ilitation Diabetic Eductation, Physical Therapy, Cardiac Rehabilitation, Speech Therapy, Occupational [herapy Jewell County Hospital - Long Term Care Unit has available rooms. Jewell County Rural Health Clinic Jewell County Hospital 102 South Center, Mankato, Kan. 66956 100 Crestvue, Mankato, Kan. 66956 785-378-3511 785-378-3137 7 JEWIEII 1 Dr. Chingren @ Jewell Co. Hospital 8 15 Dr, Chingren @ Jewell Co. Hospital 22 funds. Objections To Release Of Funds The State of Kansas will accelSt objections to its release of funds only if they are on one of the following bases: (a) the certification was not executed by the certifying officer of the grantee: (b) the grantee has omitted a step or failed to make a decision or finding required by HUD regulations at 24 CFR Part 58: (c) the grant recipient or other participants in the development process have committed funds, incurred costs or undertaken activities not au- thorized by 24 CFR Part 58 before approval of a release of funds by the State of Kansas. Objections to the re- lease of funds must be prepared and submitted in accordance with the re- quired procedures (24 CFR Part 58, sec. 58.76) and shall be addressed to the Kansas Department of Corn merce, CDBG Program, 1000 S.W. Jackson Street, Suite 100, Topeka, KS 66612. Objections to the release of funds on basis other than those stated above wi II not be considered by the state and must be submitted within 15 days following the receipt of the request tbr funds by the state. Potential objectors should contact commerce to verify the actual last day of the objection period. Donald Koester City of Mankato Mayor P.O. Box 2 Mankato, Kansas 66956 8- I c (Published Thursday, Feb. 25, 2010 in the Jewell County Record) PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE 14 28 9 16 Dr. Goertzen 8 a.m.-Noon 1-5 p.m. 23 3O ZO HEALTH CLINIC 3 Dr. Goertzen 8 a.m.- Noon 10 Dr. Walker 8 a.m.-Noon 17 24 Dr. Beavers 8 a.m.-Noon 31 4 11 Or. Pagano @ Jewell Co. , Hospital 18 25 5 12 19 26 6 13 2O 27 Jewell County will hold a public hearing on Monday, March 8, 2010, at 1 : 15 p.m. at the Jewell County Court- house in the Commissioner's Meeting room located in Mankato, to discuss the county's submission of a KAN STEP application/'or the Kansas Com- munity Development Block Grant pro- gram on behalf of Esbon RFD 3. The maximum KAN STEP grant is $300,000. No involuntary displace-" ment of persons will be proposed. For the KAN STEP application, the county proposes to construct a new tire station fi)r Esbon RFD 3, to be located at the intersection of Henry and Grand in Esbon. Proposed financing is up to $300,000 from CDBG funds, and an estimated $200,000 will be in the form of volunteer labor and donated equip- ment, while Esbon RFD 3 is respon- sible for a cash injection of $2,000 for the environmental review. Oral and written comments will be recorded and become part of the Jewell County CDBG Citizen Participation Plan. Rea- sonable accommodations will be made available to persons with disabilities. Requests lot such assistance should be submitted to the county clerk by call- ing 785-378-4020 before 4:30 p.m. on Friday, March 5, 2010. 8-lc II From Deanna's Desk By Deanna Sweat, Post Rock Ext; Agt. i Here's an example of cbst compari- son for a medium cheese pizza made by a working morn with a family of four. To order a pizza is $ I 0.99 plus tax and a $2 delivery charge; waiting time is 30 minutes. The cost to buy a frozen, upscale pizza with a rising crust is $6.69 plus tax; prep time is 27 minutes. Buying a pizza kit that includes crust mix. sauce and cheese is $2.99 plus tax. and requires about 15 minutes to assemble and 20-30 minutes to bake. Making a pizza together can pro- vide a family activity, an opportunity to teach children basic cooking and food safety skills and offer a signifi- cant savings, said Beech. who noted that, if pizza is on the menu once a week. costs can add up. She came up with these comparisons: If a family has a pizza delivered once a week for 52,weeks. the annu',xl cost is $675.48 plus tax. olf buying a frozen, upscale pizza a week. the annual cost is $347.88 plus tax *If buying a pizza kit each week. the annual cost is $155.48 plus tax. If assembling a pizza kit each week, the cost of preparing a pizza once a week for 52 weeks is $91, plus tax Consumers of all ages and espe- cially parents and grandparents want- ing to stretch their food dollars are urged to walk further down the grocery msle, away from more prepared prod- ucts and convenience foods. Consider creating your own pizza kit (a crust mix priced at 42 cents: acan of Italian- style tomato sauce priced at 32 cents. and $1 worth of shredded mozzarella cheese, for a total of $1.75 plus tax. Preparing the pizza requires about 15 minutes prior to 20-30 minutes needed for baking. lgarch 1.6 Sports Preview Rock Hills Schools March 1: Track/Golf Practice Begins. 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