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Bill Mcllveen is now back at by Tamara Cline the Fort at Halsey Hall, Room 218, Ft Dodge, KS 67843 for everyone who would like to visit or write him. Bettie wrote to say he is improving and is in good spirits. We certainly hope the hibiting the free exercise best for them. thereof." He recalled the daily Another anonymous person lunch prayers and the chaplain's sent me an article clipped from Bible quotatians next to the com- The Hutchinson News newspa- manders' comments in the base per headlined, "Why Military paper. Leaders Should Avoid Preach- Well, I wasn't referring to the ing To The Troops." daily religious activities of the It was written by a retired Air chaplains. My issue was the Force lieutenant colonel who felt chaplains are being instructed that everyday religious practice on how to pray including ain ei- within the everyday activities of ther a personal setting or in the Air Force was infringing on church. I agree that someone his personal freedom of religion, should not be beaten over the His question was, "What gives head with religion and prayer if the U.S. military the right or wis- they don't want it. However, for dom to preach in uniform?" those searching for prayer, they He felt that chaplains being should be allowed to practice paid by the U.S. government to their religion freely. preach their beliefs is essentially I have to say, I haven't re- a conflict with the First Amend- ceived such a strong response ment which states, "Congress to one of my articles before -- shall make no law respecting the but I am glad to know that estalalishment of religion, or pro- people are reading them. Brooks Wins Poster Contest Nathan Brooks, son of Mr.tificate for the Chief Theatre. and Mrs. Rusty Brooks of Cold- Judges for the contest were water, is the winner of the'2006 Wanda Booth and Janice Allen. Comanche 2ounty Farm Bureau Young. Brooks' poster has Safety Poster Contest. been sent for judging at the state Third and fourth graders at level. South Central Elementary School Comanche County Farm Bu- participated in the contest, reau Association board mem- Arlynn Baker, Comanche bers are Arlie Lohrding, David County President, recently Selzer, ElinBryant, ClairCadisle, awarded him with a $10 gift cer- Clark Bibb, and Cleon Parkin. I I I AFaa--AprU7 Monday Spaghetti Peas Applesauce Breadstix Milk Tuesday Sub Sandwich Chips Lettuce Leaf Pear Cake Milk Wednesday BeefEchiladas Seasoned Rice Grapes Apples Milk Thursday Pizza Corn Peaches Ice Cream Friday Chicken & Noodles Mashed Potatoes Green Beans Hot Rolls Milk P~,1~ Dato ta.b'Zigh$ Internet Service 582-2217in Coldwater 622-4455 in Protection i i i i I I I | Sponsored by the Comanche Countv Medical Foundation RV Consignment Auction RVs, ATVs, Boats, Campers, Golf Carts, Jet- Skis, Cars, Pick-ups & Now accepting consignments for our 1,st annual RV Consignments Auction. The sale will be held just in time for the summer outdoor fun on Saturday, May 6 in Greensburg, KS. This will ii~i~i~!!i!!~iiiii!!ili!;i:i!~!i!i!iiiiiii!i}i!!!! i i be a good opportunity for you to sell your u s e d recreational equipment "that you are no longer using, or let us sell yours outright and make your best cash deal on a new unit. We have easy commission rates f6r this first year of what we intend to be an annual sale. Advertising deadline is April 15. Call us today for more information, KS~ Jamie Brown: (620)635-5793 First published in the Western that in and upon said property Star March 30, 2006 35-36c there exist the following hazards: BEFORE THE BUILDING INSPECTOR, a) Defects herein increasing PUBLIC OFFICER OF THE the hazards of fire, accident CITY OF COLDWATER or Other calamities March 20, 2006 e) ROBERT KEITH ESTATE 301 Iq TOPEKA ~ COLDWATER, KS 67029 To Whom It May Concern: The property described as S. 58' ft of Lot 1 ~oldwater Out Last Lots, Origin~tl Town of Coldwat- or, accordin~to the recorded plat therefore. Comanche County, Kansas is in violation of Ordi- nance No. 622: I TO: f) h) k) Dilapidation and disrepair which shall include leaking roofs and improper surface water drainage Structural defects that tend to buckle, lean or sway to cause a possibility of coil lapse. Uncleanness and unhealth- ful conditions which may harbor or spread disease Unsightly appearances that constitute a blight on ad- joining, property, the I I I I I Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday, 8 I I 1' I I I I Sendey I 18 I Easter Sunday ;13 Comanche County Hospital 582.2144 Comanche County Iteallh Depta ment 582.2431 30 ComancheCounty Medical Oinic 582.2136 Dr. Jdl =y Pierce, DDS 582-2423 B ~.~.M~ 5:30 p.m. at ~S 17 24 C0m. Co~ Me~do~ 5:30 p.m. ~HS liIII 4 JerSey Pierce, DOS I! Jeffrey Pierce, DDS 18 26 Jeffrey Piece, DDS IRIII In 12 19 st8 RRIi Thursday Friday Ii n0glanls CCH 13 Sonograms - CCH RO ~ooogfams 2 CCH ;IT T CCHD-Comm(ili~ P up 14 CCHD-Commodilie~ P kUp Good Friday Zl 28 ~lammograms - CCH Sonograms - CCH EE EE EE EE I Saturday i I i I I I I I 8 i i I iS I I I I I I n I CCHD - I i 22 at SCHS I 7-,o'3o m. I a! I i I i i Roland Keith and the unknown heirs, executors, administrators, devises, trustees, creditors and assigns of such of said parties as may be deceased; the unknown spouses of such parties, the an- bOWl officers, successors, tlNIst- ees, creditors mad assigns of such parties as are existing, dissolved or dormant corporations, the un- known executors, administra- tors, trustees, reditors, succes- sors and assigns of such parties as ace or were partners or in part- nut,tip; and the unknown guard- inns,/ conservators and trustees of such of the parties are minors or are it anywise under legal dis- ability. COMPLAINT AND NOTICE OF HEARING STATE OF KANSAS, COUNTY OF COMANCHE, SS: Leonard Kiehl, of lawful age, be- ing first duly sworn upon his oath says: That he is the duly appointed and Public Officer for the City of Coldwater, Kansas and the Pub- lic Officer of said City designated under Ordinance No. 622 of said City; That upon proceedings initiated before bin under the provisions of said Ordinance, he has made a preliminary investigation of the property herein before described in which the following names, persons, firms or corporations appear to have some interest: ROBERT KEITH ESTATE 301 N. TOPEKA COLDWATER, KS 67029 That based on such investigation, the undersigned hereby charges that the above described property is kept and maintained in viola- tion of Ordinance No. 622 of the City of Coldwater, for the reason neighborhood or the City. (I) Walls, siding or exteriors of a quality and appearance not commensurate with the character of the properties in the neighborhood (u) Vermin infestation (o) Inadequate drainage or any violation of hearth, fire, building or zoning regula- tions, or any other laws or regulations relating to the use of land and the use of occupancy of building. And or improvements rendering such structures tmsafe or unsanitary or dangerous or detrimental to the health, safety or morals or other wise inimical to the welfare of the residents of such City. Each and every owner or persou claiming any interest in aud to the above described property is hereby notified that n hearing upon this complaint will be con- ducted before the Hearing Officer in the City of Coldwater, At the City Hall on 18th day of April, 2006. At 1:30 P.M. pursuant to said Ordinance 0622. Any owner, mortgagee or party in interest may file answer to this complaint prior to or at the time of said hear- ing and may appear and offer tes- timonz at said hearing. Executed at Coldwater, Kansas, this 21st day of March, 2006. SS Leonard Kiehl, Public Officer Subscribed and sworn before me this 21st day of March, 2006. SS Jean Burning Notary Public %