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Tim and Marilyn Rietzke of rural Coldwater are the sponsors of Cars t is weekend at the Chief Theatre C01dwater. This is a fast-paced animated comedy adventure set inside the world of cars. Fueled with plenty of humor, action, drama and amazing new technical feats, Cars should be a delight for movie-goers of all ages. Showing Saturday and Sun- day nights, the movie will begin at 8 p.m. both evenings, with the box office opening at 7:30 p.m. It is 96 n;tinutes long. Rated G, the movie asan ani- mated kids movie, that review- ers also list as a fantasy, a com- edy, and a family movie. Cars follows quite a number of animated Pixar hits ---. Toy, Story, A Bug's Life, Toy Story 2, Monsters Inc Finding Nemo and The Incredibles. The story takes place in an alternate universe of anthropo- morphic automobiles, where a cocky young NASCAR star named Lightning McQueen (the voice of Owen Wilson) has ended a championship race in a three-way tie that has to be re- solved in a runoffmatch in Cali- fornia. On the way there, he gets lost via a series of mishaps and winds up in a backwater South- western town on old Route 66, where he runs afoul of the local law and is sentenced by the judge -- a 1951 Hudson Hornet (the voice of Paul Newman) -- to community service. With the big race only days away, and his whereabouts un- known to the racing world, the hero car is frantic to 6scape, but Dr. Troy L. Smith Office Hours: M-W-Th Tu-Fri 8:00-5:30 7:30-5:30 i Provider for Superior Vision. Ask about Cataract Sugery Performed in Alva 1-800-350-2393 504 College Ave. Alva, OK Notice m Prices Good now ShurFine Ice. through Tuesday, June 27 Seedless Notice Notice ~-Gallon per Pound Squares I ShurFresh Sandwich Boneless Chicken Breasts 24-Ounce Loaves ~r Pound Betty Crocker FarmLand Each 18-18.25 Ounce. Box FOOD STORES 8 a.m.- 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday 9 a.m. - 8 p.m. Sunday 307 S. Central 582-2401 Coldwater at Chief he keeps getting pulled back and, as he makes friends and falls for a Porsche (the voice of Bonnie Hunt), he begins to like the place. But the miracle here is that the movie actually makes us ex- perience this emotion, pumping us up with an opening sequence of exhilarating flash and speed, then bringing us down with progression of scenes that skill- fully teach the moral: "It's good to slow down once in a while." Cars plays with the nostalgia we feel for those simpler days, when the interstate system had not yet cast a grid of uniformity across the land and every town had its own character. It's a gallery of appreciative winks at the history and mys- tique of the American automo- bile to the point where old- car buffs will be able to watch it a dozen times and still miss many of its references. The humanoid-car characters are so endearing that kids will love them, they work so well within their context that adults will "believe" them, and the story line is laced with so much wit, warmth and automotive trivia that everyone can hook into it from some angle. The cars are cute and the rac- ing scenes are exciting, and even more impressive are the film's epic panoramas of the American Southwest. At Co-op Elevator June 14 4.22 June 15 4.25 June 16 4.24 June 19 4.22 June 20 4.34 Farmers Cooperative First published in The Western Star June 8, 2006 45-47c IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF COMANCHE COUNTY, KANSAS IN THEMATTER O THEESTATE OF RICHARD~ RINER. DECEASED. Case No. 06 PR 14 Pursuant to K.S.A. Chapter 59 NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are notified that on May 31,2006 a Petition for Probate of Will and Is- suance of Letters of Testamentary was filed in this Court by Mary Ellen Riner. Notice of hearing on the Peti- tion was waived by all interested par- ties and Mary Ellen Riner was ap- pointed Executor. All creditors of the decedent are no- tiffed to exhibit their demands against the estate within four months from the date of first publication of this notice, as provided by law, and if their demands are not thus exhibited, they shall be forever barred. Mary Ellen Riner, Executor out: Johnsongrass Can Be Deadly by Mike Deewall, Com. Co. Extension Agent, Ag. and Natural Resources With a lot of CRP acres get- ting ready to be grazed, produc- ers should be aware of the pos- sibility of prussic acid poison- ing. Some areas of Johnsongrass are present in a lot of the CRP fields. Johnsongrass is one of the chief culprits in prussic acid poisoning. Most losses occur when hun- gry or stressed animals graze young growth or re-growth es- Name Hamor Honor Student Adam Hamor of Coldwater son of Mike and Margaret Hamor was among more than 1,650 stu- dents earning academic honors from Kansas State University for their academic achievement dur- ing the spring 2006 semester. Hamor graduated from South Central High School in 2004 Students receiving academic honors for the semeester rank in the top 10 per cent of their class within their respective colleges and were enrolled in at least 12 semester hours of graded course work. Students earning semester honors receive commendation from their deans, with the hon- ors recorded on their permanent academic records. pecially following a drought ending rain or the first autumn frost. This new growth from drought stressed plants is very palatable but can be danger- ously high in cyanide which causes prussic acid poisoning. Ruminant animals are espe- cially susceptible prussic acid potsonmg ecause both cud chewing and m baqteria con- tribute to cyanide release. A couple of precautions that can be taken are: 1. Have samples of the sus- pected forage analyzed before grazing. Samples can be sent through the Comanche County Extension Office. 2. Feed Hay or grain before turning cattle out on the pasture. This reduces rapid intake and dilutes the amount of cyanide consumed. We have a couple of publica- tions that explain it in more de- tail. Come by and pick up a copy. First published in The Western Star June 8, 2006 45-47c IN THE DISTRICT COURT OFCOMANCHECOUNTY, KANSAS First published in The Western Star Thursday, June 15, 2006. 46-48c IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF COMANCHE COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF RICHARD S. RINER, DECEASED. IN THE MATT~ROFTHE ESTATE OF PHILIP L. CARLISLE. DECEASED Case No. 06 PR 13 Pursuant to K.S.A. Chapter 59 Pursuant to K.S.A. Chapter 59 Case No. 06 PR 14 NOTICE OFHEARING NOTICE OFHEARING THESTATE OF KANSASTO ALL PERSONSCONCERNED: THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are notified that a petition has been filed in this Court by Helen Hackney for determination of descent of the real estate owned by Philip L. Carlisle, deceased, located in Coman- che County, Kansas described as: You are notified that a Petition for Partial Distribution was filed in this Court on June 13, 2006 by Mary Ellen Riner seeking an order distributing the real. estate described as: An undivided one-fourth (1/4) inter- est in the South Half of the Southwest Quarter (S/2 SW/4) of Section Five (5); the South Half of the South Half (S/2 S/2) of Section Six (6); the North- east Quarter (NE/4), the Northwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter (NW/4 SE/4) and the Northeast Quar- ter of the Northwest Quarter (NE/4 An undivided one-half interestNW/4) of Section Seven (7); and, the in the North Halfoftbe North- Northwest Quarter (NW/4) and the east Quarter (N/2 NE/4) of West Half of the Northeast Quarter Section Thirty-two (32), and (W/2 NE/4) of Section Eight (8), all the North Half of the North- in Township Thirty-four (34) South, west Quarter (N/2 NW/4) of Range Seventeen (17) West of the Section Thirty-three (33), all in Sixth Principal Meridian, Comanche Township Thirty-three (33) County, Kansas. South, Range Twenty (20) West of the Sixth Principal The Petition requests that this real Meridian, Comanche County, estate together with all other Kansas Kansas real estate and personal property owned by the decedent, subject to the to Mary Ellen Riner pursuant to Ar- Kansas laws of intestate succession be ricle IV of the Last Will and Testament assigned according to the intestacy of Richard S. Riner, deceased, dated laws. February 1, 2006. You must file your written defenses If you wish to challenge the Petition, to the petition on or before June 30, you must file your written defenses 2006 at 10:00 a.m in Comanche on or before July 10, 2006 at 10:30 County District Court, Courthouse, a.m. in Comanche County District Coldwater, Kansas, atwhich time and Court, Courthouse, Coldwater, Kan- place the petition will be heard. sas, at which time and place the Peti- Should you fail therein, judgment will tion will be heard. Should you fail be entered in due course on the peti- therein, judgment will be entered in - tion. due course on the Petition, Mary Ellen Riner Petitioner Helen Hackney, Petitioner Charles H. Herd Charles H. Herd Charles HJHerd Attorney at Law 102 E. Wisconsin 102 East Wisconsin 102 East Wisconsin Greensburg, Kansas 67054 Greensburg, Kansas 67054 Greensburg, Kansas 67054 Phone (620) 723-3336 Attorney for Petitioner Phone (620) 723-3336 Attorley for Executor Phone (620) 723-3336 Attorney for Petitioner