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! Page 8 - Thursday, Aug. 2, 2001 THE JOHNSON PIONEER JOHNSON, Last updated 7-24-01 STATE FISHING early mornings or late ing available. Lake was fishing for all species. LAKES evenings, salvaged in summer of COMMUNITY LAKES Fishinv Finnev State Fishing2000 and is practically Cimmaron National - - ..... dry. All species - Poor - No All species - Poor -Kiowa State Fishint, All species - Poor - No reports. The hot weather Open for salvage do to - reports. Hot weather has has shut down fishing ac- low water. May be able All species - Fishing shut down fishing. Try tivity. Fishing should be to catch a few channel has been slow. Try morn- mornings, evenings or at best in early mornings, catfish, Carp are abun- ings, evenings, or atnight night. evenings, or at night, dant along the sh0teline, for best results. At least channel catfish- Good Barber State Fishinf Worms, corn, or dough you will be more corn- :3/41b-31bs.-Fishwere Best fishing should be in None - Poor - No fish- should provide the best shrimp. Other species - No re- fortable. All species - No good reports, fishing is slow. Still might be able to catch channel cats, espe- cially around the feeders. Best fishing probably would be in early morn- ings, evenings, or at them on traditional cat- ' night. fish baits. Try around the fish feeders in the evening and early morn- ings. Goodman State Fishipg All species - No re- ports. The hot weather has really slowed fishing. Still should be able to stocked 7/24/01. Should be good on traditional catfish baits. Here again best fishing will probably be in early morning, eve- nings, or at night. .o.ld.w.atr, r_l,a All species - Poor - No recent fishing reports. Hot weather has shut down fishing success. Try mornings, evenings, or at night rather than during the heat of the day. Jetmore City Lake Channel catfish - Poor catch channels around - No recent reports but All species - Poor - No the fish feeders, espe- they should be biting. Try reports but channel cat- tinily in early mornings, shad guts, shad sides, cut fish should bite in early evenings, and at night, bait, liver, worms, pre- balls should work for All species - Poor - them. Fish continue to Fishing is slow. No re- die do m and low ports. With hot weather, water. tx7 early mornings, eve- Ford State Fishine nings or at night. Channel Catfi - Fair Clark State Fishing Lake - 3/4 lb. up to 3 lbs. - A Channel catfish - Goodnew stocking ofcliannels - Most 1 - 31bs - Theywere made on 7/24/01. have been taking fish on Should be able to catch chicken liver, shad sides, ' worms, or prepared bait. Try after dark for chan- nels around the fish feed- ers. Anglers have been taking a few larger chan- nels in the 6 - 10 pound range. Largemouth bass - Fair - All sizes - Buzz baits, baits. Try fishing in the eve- focuses on the children nings or at night for best who are enrolled in our ill - Fair - Try luck. program and waiting f6r worms under a float Hamilton State Fishin a Big Brother or Sister. s ine, Our goal is to recruit Big None, Poor,Lake is B andSistervolun- i ' 3/4 Ibs to 3 lbsi- Lake dry or at least does be matched with stoeked on 7/24I contain enough water to the 7 children we have on ports. Still should be able to catch fish but try early mornings, evenii gs, or at night for best results. Lake Charles - DCCC All species - Slow. Should have best luck c(ank baits, plasticrnomings, late evenings, The same time periods pared stink baits or worms in shoreline shal- and at night. Try prepared lows. Topwater baits are stink baits or shrimp. getting the bigger fish Live bait mJght work best Big Brothers Big Sisters . early, for bigger cats. Prob[tbly Hold Big Campaign For LRtles! make his home in Or- Finney County - the best luck will be hacI egon. ! - around the fish feeder. Schedule of events: The Rotary club has i Bullheads - Poor- Not Hain State Fishinf Lak Big Brothers Big Sis- Julv 23 - August 5: offered $100 to be used much action with hot Bullheads-Fair--6- 10ters of Grant, Morton, Hearts for Kids available in prize awards at the fair i weather, in- Best baits have been and Stanton Counties is at Ampride and J.J.'sas its share in the spon- Carp - Fair - Best baits wotnns. Bullheads andholding their first annual Fastrac in Johnson and sorship of the county 4- to try are worms, cornor channels should be inBig Campaign for Littles Ampride in Ulysses-- H fair. dough bails, shoreline wecds since the from July 23rd- August buy a heart for $1 andit SomeAds . Ii Channel cat - Poor - lake has filled]gain, llth. The Campaignisa will be posted in their Best fishing is late at Channel catfish - Fair- 3-weekiongeventaimedstore! All proceeds to night. Should be able to I - 2 Ibs - Try shad sides, at recruitment,BBBS. catch them on shad guts, shad guts, cut bait,fundraising and sharing Informa- shad sides, shrimp, worms, liver or shrimp, general information with tional Booth @ Grantee. worms or prepared stink Also try prepared baits, the public. The campaign Fair! BBBS Swim Day with Littles in Ulysses! Swim Day at Stanton Co. Public Pool! All proceeds from admis- sions to BBBS. August 3: Big for a Day! *at UIvs~s Activ- ity Center! ':no admis- sion tee! *6:00- l O:OOpm August 4: Co-ed sand 31. Should be able to restock. ....... our waiting list. Below is :atck ti m on worms,H0dgeman State Fishing a schedule of events for :heese bait or cut bait. Lake the Campaign. The pub- lic is invited to attend all 4-H Results From Page 7 qicholas, Black, Gray md White quilt, Red; 2harla Pauls, Blue & fellow Quilt, White Class 19 - Manter Jnited Methodist Nomen, Cross stitch tuilt, Blue; Round obin, Keren Duran, Gwen Barrett, White - "Bridge to the Past"; Willibe McKee, Partici- pant, "Mountain Stream" Class 26 - Country look Walli Everett, Blue - Gourd Santa; Wanda Banning, Partici- pant, Handpainted Gar- /hite; Charla Pauis, den ound Robin, White; Vlariner's Compass, ound Robin, Wynn 2ockrum, White ,dult Open Class - Arts N' Crafts Class 29 ,- Miscel!a- Le._Q : Jackie Batterton, Ist, Spring birdhouse; Wanda Banning, 2nd, 3irdhouse on table (oil); 3wen Barrett, 3rd, 'Crown of Thorns' hole- during the coolest parts of the day. Other species - Poor - Overall, the fishing has been slow with few re- ports. This will probably continue until we get some cooler weather. ~ram fflass 23 - PairRing: 3wen Barrett, Blue - 'Winter Walk"; Wanda Banning, Blue - "Parrot l'ulips"; Wands Banning, Red - "Sunset Lake"; 402 E. VanMeter August 2, 1951 Plan 4-H Fair Without A Farm Agent A county agent for plant. Stanton county is uncer- Johnson Cleaners, John tain just now, the exten- Shotton Jr., cleaning & sion office was notified pressing, 2 and 3 day set- Tuesday by Alfred Neff, vice, phone 131. district agent. A man had Eat at the Coffee Cup been expected here where you hamburger Wednesday to be inter- and cube steaks are made viewed by the board, up fresh daily by our- Preparations are going selves. ahead for the county 4-H Jay-Dee Oil Co. - New fair to be held August 15, tires, batteries $12.95 up, and it is hoped there will wiper blades 75 ca. be an agent here before Johnson Flying Service then. Miss Marian _ Aldrin hopper kill (Let's Waiters, home demon- get 'em while they're stration agent, is proceed- little) We guarantee a ing ahead with plans 100% hopper kill with most of which had been this new spray. worked out by Bob Carte Aletha's Beauty Shop - before he left Saturday to New owner Waunieta (Pat) Howell - Special offer for next two weeks is plain shampoo & set $1.00 (Not Dry). Johnson Service Com- pany - Frigidaire refrig- erators. Family-size AM- 60 model $49.95 down or cash price $199.75. channel catfish - Good - 3/4 lbs to 3 Ibs. - Chan- nels were restocked 7/241 01. Should be good in early mornings, eve- nings, or at night with the hot weather. Try tradi- tional catfish baits. All species - has been slow. reports. Try early lngs, evenings, of to catch channels traditional Citations Issued And Arrests TX was cited 7-20-01 Dale Kandt, ing 93 in a 65. Cordell Brothers Motor 44, of Walsh, CO was 7-24-01 & Machine Co. in new cited for speeding 83 in- Pacheco, 38, of U1 building north of power a 65. KS 7-20-01 Efrain 7/-24-01 Salamanca, 18, of Littleman, 19, Johnson, KS was cited and arrested for no driver license. 7-21-01 Melody Dahtke, 40, of Copeland, KS was cited for leaving the scene of the accident. 7-22-01 Johnny Aragon, 41, of Trinidad, CO was cited for speed- ing 79 in a 65. 7-23-01 Sandra Rodriguez, 33, of Johnson, KS was cited and arrested for no driver license. 7-24-01 Jessie Johnson, Encinias, 28, of Dalhart, for Johnson, KS for probation 7-24-01 Swan, 43, of Johnson, 1 was arrested for tic battery 2 cts. 7-25-01 Rojas-Ag KS was cited for cured load. 7-25-01 21, of Johnson KS arrested for violation. 7-25-01 Marvin Stultz, 21, We Can Save Lives! DeimbuL In Johnson Give Blood 9 at Johmton United Methodist Church 21~etl4. Library Ends Summer Reading Program With Beach Party ..... o of our scheduled activi- ties. If you have any questions about BBBS or how to get involved, please call Marci Cook at (620) 492-6669 or toll free at 1-866-422-8275. volleyball tournament! * $25 per team *begins @ 11:00 ant *sign-up by July 31 August 9-11 : htforma- tional Booth ~ Morton Co. Fair! . .:: The Stanton County Library ended their summer reading program entitled "Road U.S.A." with a beach party at the Stanton County Pool on Wednesday, July 25. participants were treated to a free swim. (First published in The Thomas Barber aJk/a L. The- Johnson Pioneer, Thursday, masBarber, as an heir of Ed- Legal Publ on Stone; Jackie July 19, 2001) 3T ward Thomas Barber, de- Batterton, Participant, ceased, and as Executor Pu mpkin Window IN THE DISTRICT COURTnamed in the will of the deep- (First published in The Johnson Pioneer, Thursday, August 2, 2001) 1T OF STANTON COUNTY, dent, praying that the instru- Screen; Wanda Banning, KANSAS ment attached to the petition, 2001-02 Participant, Covered dated the 8th day of Septem- PUBLIC INFORMATION Bridge; Gwen Barrett, Inthe Matter ofthe Estate of her, 1971, be admitted to pro- U SO No 452 EDWARD THOMAS bate, and for the appointment Participant, 'Windy Day' BARBER, deceased, of Laurence Thomas Barber a/ Wind Chime; Wanda k/a L. Thomas Barber as Ex- The governing body of U.S D No.452, Johnson, Kansas, is required under Banning, Participant, On Case No. 01 P 7 ecutor of the wilt without bond. Kansas law to pubhsh in a newspaper of genelal orculahon the cash balances and oshmated You are further advised sources of revenue and interest earnings for the school district Glass Painting-Owl Pursuant to Chapter 59 of the that the petitioner in this matter Open Class - Special Kansas Statutes Annotated. has requested administration The ,nformation required to be published is hsted below to assist in understanding the fiscal Contest-Adult & Youth pursuant to the Kansas Simpli- posshon of the school district and projected revenue for the coming school year Detaded Garden and Horti~ul- RQ!I~OJ~t~A~_ fled Estates Act, and if such re- inform]hen can be obtained at the address below lure Special Contest - NOTICE TO~CREDITORS quest is granted the Court may Golden Trowel Awards ........ not supervise administration el the estate and no further notice r 200t-02[ July 1, 2001 Estimated Sources of Revenue--2001-02 [ lass 23 Lomzest Cu THE STATE OF KANSAS TO of any action of the Executoro~ | Amount I ,St,],re .... ] Federal [ _ Local . C''." _- " " ALL PERSONS CON- other proceedings in the admin- [ Fund | BudgetedI I ] Inler~d [ Other I cumber - Colleen Gleue ,.,, Cash Balance I CERN=u: istration will be given except for ~ _~ | 3,532,923| 4,40312,001,9581 01 [ 1,526,5621 Class 24 - Shapehest ootice of final settlement of the ~tal General L 222,983[ 17,8191 O] I ~ I 205,,,,1S4l Squash - Garth Swan You are hereby notified decedent's estate. Should writ- t 0 ot I el Ol Ol ,O ol Class 25 - Sunflower - that a petition, dated the 12th ten objections to simplified ad- Adult Su lemcntal Educahon | 122"679[ I O| . 01 122,679[ ,,, ~-~.. day of June, 2001, has been ministration be filed with the Bilin ual Education J 515,409[ 227160~231 [ .... 01 ..... 01 ~.786I Alex ~omlsson i' ,,, ,,filed in this Court b~ Laurence Court, the Court may order su- Cap,tal Oot' V 8.36 051 2.~/ I l 3,51 ]sing lg /l[nnth I pervised administratin t an ~ You are hereby required ~ { !l 01 ] I 1 I ........ sue. ~'--~ 0 0 O Th s'711 .... o o to file your written defenses tc F~d Service _ _ 0 ll the admission of the decedent's In~_~~-- [ 10,78!] 2.38i1 ,4001 o/ oI 7.000I ]pride Pro,]ucts 11 will tO probate on or before the p~~~--- 01 0[ -- OI O] ilI oI o; o 15th day Of August, 2001, at ~------ 148'70~0 i'., 28,706 -" 0 0 .~:~ 10:00 O'ClOCk a.m., in this Court ~------: [ I l l l l :~" in the'city of Johnson in Stantor ~'-'----" County, Kansas, at which time ~~--- l 215,1721 / i Ol el ~.~OOl and place the cause wilt be ~~n--~--~ }__ 38,2001 J I Ol 215'172l heard. Should you fail therein, ~ 0 0 0 judgment and decree will be ~____ entered in due course upon the ~-~ ] t 01 i1 ' i et,ioo. to exhibit their demands againsl 0 0 0 the estate within four (4) months ~~ 0 ' ..... It I from the date of the first publi. ~~ff22 ..... 0 cation of this notice as provide6 1 o o not thus exhibited they shall be C~-----B~ forever barred. 0 0 0 YOU ARE HEREBYNO- CpElemenL~'l~/Gu'id'nce 0t o/ el o/ ~ ~ ~lli;~. ;il ! ~oo~o..o,o. Federal Revenue i~ '~ i 1~ Laurencea/kJa L. Thomas BarberThmas Barber -T-OT~-- | 5,290,1421 308.8581 2,009.010[ 273,472/ O[ 2,698.8o2/ "i 11 G'eas ~ - FRIGON LAW FIRM .. ~ ' 602 North Second Avenue ,., ~. ~ ~4, ~ P. O, BOX 1695 Dodge City, Kansas 67801 ;)~j,/ 492:1638 (316,225-0600 z-~ ......... Attorney for Petitioner Z/ ~lerk o-t the Bo~d