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P. 4 THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 2010 THE OSKALOOSA INDEPENDENT District court m Traffic: 70 mph zone--- C. N. Radhakrishana, Topeka, 93 mph, fines plus cost $203. 65 mph zone--- Kim Summers, Leaven- worth, 89 mph, $212; 128.Levi D. Knight, Topeka, 80 mph, $146; Paul J. Ostronic, Lawrence, 77 mph, $128; Matthew T. Abramovitz, Valley Falls, 82 mph, $158. 55 mph zone-- Alvin W. Rodarmel, St. John, 72 mph, $158; Larry I. Mitchell, Hot Springs Village, Ark., 65 mph, $116; Deanna S. Perchellet, Overland Park, 71 mph, $152. 45 mph zone-- Christina M. Wazlawik, Topeka, 55 mph, $116; Harvey L. Brown, Topeka, 70 mph, $181. "35 mph zone-- Jimmy R. Gonzales, Garden City, 55 mph, $234. Other traffic violations-- John R. Stone, Marqette, driving while suspended, $336 and five days jail. Cases filedm Civil: SunTrust Mortgage Inc. vs. Tim D. and Tara Stauch, foreclosure. US Bank NA vs. Zachary M. Jansen, foreclosure; vs. Kenneth J. Shannon, re- covery of money. Kaw Valley Bank vs. John E. Choate, foreclosure and recovery of money. CitiMortgage Inc. vs. Robert M. Carey, foreclosure. Capital One Bank vs. Susan K. Love, recovery of money. Discover Bank vs. Aleksandra No- voseltsev, recovery of money; JeffW. Sch- upp, recovery of money. Wells Fargo Bank vs. Jennifer Thomas and Michael L. Thomas, foreclosure. HSBC Mortgage Services vs. Michael A. Hasemeier and Barbara A. Hasemeier, recovery of money, (case has been dis- missed). PNC Bank vs. Randall S. Pridey, recov- ery of money. Chase Home Finance LLC vs. Daniel B. Fuller and Tiffmi M. Harrington, fore- closure. City of Nortonville vs. Kevin M. Schul- er and Christine M. Schuler, easement. Patricia L. Hackathorn vs. Jason R. Hackathorn, Halley R. Hackathorn and Sherry Hackathorn, removal from prop- erty. Chase Home Finance vs. John D. Boose, foreclosure. People's Bank vs. Sarah A. Skaggs and Scott Skaggs, recovery of money. Limited civil: Corefirst Bank and trust vs. Stephen J. Heater, recovery of money; vs. Alysha R. Ansley, recovery of money; vs. Kayla S. Harmon, recovery of money. Scott Stanley DBA County Harvest vs. Jeannette N. Hermann, recovery of money. OrthoKansas PA vs. Teresa M. Koder, recovery of money. Ruth A. Treaster vs. Kirk Butler, recov- ery of money. C0unt00 t00ep0rt00 School Music Group LLC vs. Tanya Robb, recovery of money. Kansas Super Chief Credit Union vs. Juston Maloney, recovery of money. Discover Bank vs. Robert M. Dietiker Jr., recovery of money. Giant Communications Inc. vs. Patrick D. Davis, recovery of money. Citibank (South Dakota) NA vs. David Richeson, recovery of money. Petro Valley Falls LLC vs. Chad W. Penry, recovery of money. Capital One Bank vs. Chad J. Hedges, recovery of money. Dorothy G. King vs. George Davis and Tonya Davis, petition for eviction and recovery of money. Winchester Meat Processing vs. Carrie Strimel-Mize, recovery of money. Dillon Companies Inc. vs. Taran Prit- chard, recovery of money. Small claims: Crystal Ahlin vs. Dana Janus, recovery of money. Domestic relations: Jason P. Guyle vs. Sharon L. Guyle, divorce. Angela Evans and Gabriel Evans vs. Matthew Erickson, determine paternity. State of Kansas vs. Kristopher N. Lane, child support. Justin D. Depoy vs. Amanda N. Depoy, divorce. David E. Masters vs. Renee L. Masters, divorce. Monica M. Wahweotten vs. Brian O. Wahweotten, divorce. Susan C. Adams vs. Christopher L. Adams, divorce. Lacey L. Thompson vs. Benjamin W. Thompson, divorce. Criminal: State vs. Terry F. Madden, Eudora, theft of less than $1,000. State vs. Terry L. Vawter, Lawrence, battery. State vs. Stephen W. Fielding, Perry, aggravated assault, battery, property damage and disorderly conduct. State vs. Jared C. Ransone, Silver Lake, DUI, battery and transporting an open container. Marriage licenses Buddy A. Haynes, 37 and Tonja R. Jackson, 27, both of Oskaloosa. Register of deeds-- WD, Jill Dawrs and Edward Dawrs to Steven L. Maltby and Rebecca Maltby, lot 48, blk. M, Lake Ridge Estates. WD, Pangea Real Estate Group to Mountain West Entrust IRA FBO Rita G. Williams, unit 3, lot 520, Lake Wood Hills. QC, Amada J. Schmalz to Joseph M. Lawson, lot 8, blk. B, Beverly Hills Subdi- vision, McLouth. WD, Dave Pardun to Mama L. Conway, Lakeside Village Walnut Grove Section, lot 712. QC, Empower Group LLC to Beverly J. Winter, lot 5, blk. H, Lake Shore Estates; lot 16, blk. S, Lake Shore Estates. QC, Empower Group LLC to Getagrip Assoc. LLC, lot 11, blk. S, Lake Shore Estates. QC, Empower Group LLC to Corene Davis, lot 31, blk. S, Lake Shore Estates. QC, Empower Group LLC to William Kohler, lot 35, blk. S, Lake Shore Es- tates.. QC, Empower Group LLC to Jie Sin, lot 22, blk. H, Lake Shore Estates; lot 11, blk. N, Lake Shore Estates. QC, Empower Group LLC to Curtis J. Johnson, lot 18, blk. J, Lake Shore Es- tates. QC, Empower Group LLC to Yvonne Gauzman, lot 699, Lakewood Hills. WD, Margaret E. Kramer to Susan L. and Rex E. Stapel, NWU4, 12-10-16. WD, Pangea Real Estate to John W. Riehl and Christina M Riehl, lot 19, blk. A, Lake Ridge Estates: WD, Wilma M. Wells to Allen C. Reyn- oldson, lot 6, blk. D, Five-M Estates. WD, Robert L. Mize and Mera F. Mize to Yuriy Kalinichenko and Aleksandra Kalinichenko, lots 15, 16, 17 and 18, blk. 9, Oskaloosa. Sheriffs reports The following offense and traffic reports are the latest released by the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department. The date of offense is often approximate and sometimes long before the reporting date. March 25: Barbara Polson, NortonviUe, reported ID theft. March 25: Officers responded to a report of shots fired on the 9900 block of Village Green Road, rural Meriden. March 26: Officers responded to a disturbance at 10100 block of Delaware Park, Lakeside Village, Ozawkie. March 28: Officers responded to a fight in progress on the 300 block of W Wash- ington Street, Oskaloosa. March 29: Carissa Coursen, rural Perry, reported criminal damage to a vehicle. March 30: Officers responded to a report of a prowler on the 13400 block of Stitz Road, rural Winchester. March 30: Officers responded to a report of illegal dumping near 4700 block of 86th Street, rural Meriden. March 30: Travis Casto, rural Ozawkie, reported a theft of equipment and fuel. March 31: Bruce Janus, Oskaloosa reported arson damage to a pasture. April 1: Kyle Tyler, rural Meriden, reported the theft of a vehicle. April 1: Ralph Cook, Meriden, reported damage to property. April 1: Amy McMahon, Winchester, possible theft of license plate• April 2: Mary J. Kirkham,VaUey Falls, reported identity theft. April 2: Serena M. Kampfer, Ozawkie, reported a case of cruelty to animals. Donna Kolojaco, AgentOwner 610 Liberty • PC Box 251 ° Oskaloosa 66066 djkolojaco@embarqmail.com 785-863-3400 • FAX: 785-863-3444 Office: Home: 785-863-2354 THE00i maggN00ge TR,WELEM'00 H00wo00N!- ...... • Dr. James Rider Dr. Larry Campbell Custom Structures Affordable Prices 6211 142nd ST Valley Falls, KS Doctors [ Board Certified Family Practice I Office and Hospital-based • St. Francis • Stormont Vail • JCMH I Urgent Care Health Needs Provided I 24-hour a day answering service s 7 days a week Trauma or Illness...If you need a Doctor, we have one on call. 785-945-3263 * 913-774-2150 785-863-4125 I Obstetrics and Newborn Care I Babies delivered by Dr. Rider and Dr. Campbell at St. Francis and Stormont Vail Hospitals in Topeka I Geriatrics and Nursing Home Care I Geriatric services headed up by Dr. Rider Board certified in Geriatric Medicine Accepting new patients.., just specify our group! • All Topeka Nursing Homes • All Jefferson County Nursing Homes • Easton The Medical Clinics of: Valley Falls M, 3-, Th, F 8:30-5:30 , W8-8, S 8-1 785-945-3263 Winchester M, Th, F 8:30-5:30 T 8:30-8, W 8:30-noon 913-774-2150 Nortonville T 9-1, Th 9-1 913-886-2110 Oskaloosa M 3-8, W 1:30-5:30 Th 8:30 - noon F 1:30 - 5:30 785-863-4125 April 2: Officers executed two search warrants in Lakeside Village, Ozawkie. April 2: Officers responded to a noise disturbance on the 100 block of Sunflower Blvd, Ozawkie. April 2: Officers responded to a report of a noise disturbance on the 3900 block of 86th Street, rural Meriden. April 3: Russell T. Winsor, Grantville, reported burglary of a dwelling. April 3: Antoinette Reed, Oskaloosa, reported an attempted burglary. April 4: Officers responded to a report of a noise disturbance on the 100 block of E. Palmer Street, Meriden. • April 4: Angie Herman, Perry, reported criminal damage to property. April 4: Officers responded to a report of a noise disturbance on the 300 block of Kiowa Drive, Ozawkie. April 4: Scott A. Wright, Oskaloosa, reported the theft of an ATV. April 5: David A. Russell, Ozawkie, reported a possible scare. April 5: Kala M. Mertell, Meriden, reported theft of personal items. April 5: John Smith reported the theft or loss of a tag. April 5: James Mertell, reported the theft of a wallet. April 6: Tommy Thomas, Oskaloosa reported theft of aluminum cans. Officers also responded to the following calls for service. abandoned vehicle ........................ 3 alarm .......................................... 20 animal call .................................. 29 check welfare .............................. 12 citizen assist ............................... 43 domestic disturbance ................... 4 felony warrant arrest ................... 1 funeral escort ............................... 3 juvenile call .................................. 9 keep peace .................................... 6 misdemeanor arrest ..................... 5 missing person ............................. 1 suspicious activity: ..................... 10 traffic problem ............................ 32 unsecured building ...................... 3 vehicle check .............................. 20 911 hangup ................................. 70 DUI .............................................. 5 Motor vehicle accident reports: April 5, 7:26 a.m.: Zachary E. Lingen- felser, 19, of Leavenworth, was traveling south on Wellman Road near 66th Street when his vehicle went off the road into a ditch on the east side of the road. Lingen- felser's vehicle then hit a driveway culvert and jumped the driveway coming to a rest on the south side of the driveway. No injuries or damage to other property was reported. April 5, Jade A. Edmonds, 17, of Valley Falls was backing from a parking stall on 8th Street in Valley Falls when her car struck a parked vehicle owned by Dean C. Oestmann, 59, of Wetmore. The following drivers recently struck deer on county roadways: Rebecca A. Spellman, 60, of Mount Hope; Francis L. Barnes, 82, of Winchester and Joseph B. Edwards, 36, of Norton- villa. • Barns ., • Ag. Buildings • Stables • Storage Facilities 785-945-6817 47-ffc ,.00taglance... i00ime00 000ne • The Northeast Kansas Community Action Program board of directors will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 15, at the Hiawatha administrative office. • The Kansas Insurance Depart- ment cautions consumers to be alert to con artists already trying to scam Kansans with fake health care. They claim to be federal agents selling "ObamaCare" insurance policies. * Country music star Rodney Atkins -- best known for his No. 1 hit, '%Vatching You" -- will take the stage Sunday, Sept. 12, at the Kansas State Fair. R&B-influenced , two-time Grammy winner Maroon 5 will play the Sprint Grandstand Sept. 16. Blake Shelton, whose song "Hillbilly Bone" is currently No. 1 on the charts, will be appearing Friday, Sept. 17, after an opening by James Otto. Get a taste of blues-rock with ZZ Top and Mick Fleetwood Blues Band Sunday, Sept. 19. These acts join the previously announced Foreigner, performing Saturday, Sept. 11, and Terry Fator, taking the stage Monday, Sept. 13. • The Jefferson County Historical Society will host the Lee Huddleston Family and Friends Oral History Me- morial Reception from I to 2:30 p.m. on Saturday May 1 at the Bank in Tibbot Building at the Old Jefferson Town in Oskaloosa. For invitations or more information contact Julie Friable at 785-640-4917. • The Patty Boldridge Art Exhibit will be held from I to 4 p.m. on Sat- urday May 1 at the Curry House in Old Jefferson Town in Oskaloosa. Boldridge is a descendant of Adam Todd, an Oskaloosa Settler. For more information contact Leanne Chapman at 785-863-3257. a The Oskaloosa chapter of SADD hosted a docudrama of a drunk driver car crash at the Oskaloosa High School at 2 p.m. on Wednesday April 14. The public was invited to attend. . .... ?: i It could be Learning Problem. ........ Get your kid Help now{ %.j 1'888,GR8-M!ND, www,aboutLD.org VALLEY MINI-STORAGE Space Available 876-2606 or 945-6248 Professional Directory KENJI SCOTr ZWEYGARDT Attorney At Law Divorce Family Law Civil Rights Real Estate Social Security Disability (785) 863-3226 ,.-.c DR. PAUL KINCAID JR. Practice of Chiropractic Hours: 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday 9 a.m. to noon--Thurs & Sat. Closed Sunday & Monday Evening Hours By Appointment Office 863-2334 AFTER HOURS-Home 832-1369 0skaloosa, KS 66066 4-tfc AN D Clinic Jeannette Holland, O.D. • Heath Holland, O.D. US Hwy 59 • P.O. Box 638 • Oskaloosa, Kansas 66066 Phone: 785.863.2000 • Fax: 785.863.3333 863-3275 10605 McCall Dr. 1 mile North of Oskaloosa on Hw. 59 Carl Meyer. Jr. DVM Shera Chaloupka DVM 41-.,,, Affordable, Quality Dentistry for all ages. (913) 796-6113 McLouth, KS ,, E [] = JIM'S TIRE &TOW Oskaloosa, Kansas 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE 785-863-2189 913-683-1886-Cell Tire Services * Cooper Tires in Stoc Flat Repair - $8.50 15-tfc Bradley E. llamcmel -- Brad Hammei. CPA Accounting & Tax Service 863-2118 M-W-F 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tu-Th 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sat. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. NEW LOCATION 101 Madison • On the Highway Across from Dollar General. Oskaloosa [00Earl D. McColm, D.D.S. Family Dentist r Preventive Restorative Esthetic berty * 0skaloosa • 863-2208 8-.o Did YOU Know? DAVIS I pU.,,C00O00S Newsletters* BusinessCardsandMORE t  Vi We are your ONE-STOP printing shop! (785) 945-6170 Hickory Pointe Care & Rehabilitation We are a long-term dedicated community-employed facili ..... erpy: : : ............ 38-16tc 700 Cherokee St. Oskaloosa, KS 66066 785-863-2108 compiled by Sara Peterson-DavisDa 35 years ago this week April 10, 1975... Oskaloosa High School senior Steve Newell was selected to partici- pate in two all-star football games in Kansas. Newell was selected to play in the Shrine Bowl game in Manhattan in June at Kansas State University. In August, he was slated to play in the Kansas Jaycees Sports Classic All-Star Football game in Wichita at Wichita State University. Both games were played between squads of 1975 seniors, divided into East and West squads. Newell was on the East squad roster in both games. Senators Bob Dole and James Pearson announced the funding of a $300,000 grant and a $1.36 million loan to Jefferson County's Rural Water District No. 12 by the Farmers Home Administration. The water district was scheduled to serve 390 families in Jefferson and Leavenworth counties in the Oskaloosa,Winchester, McLouth and Leavenworth areas. The system contained 190 miles waterline, three stand pipes and three wells. David Perry, Oskaloosa, was chairman of the water district. A mostly "lame duck" Oskaloosa City Council approved a part-time city deputy position paying $2.25 an hour. Oskaloosa Chief of Police Clarence Taylor said he needed help control- ling traffic in the city during special occasions. 25 years ago this week April 11, 1985... George Lee Meyer, Oskaloosa, leased the Olde Towne Caf6 from Bruce and Jeanne Hanson'. He renamed the re-opened" busi- ness Pat's Drive-In. A benefit basketball game raised more than $350 for the Jarrod Lowe Benefit Fund. Lowe, a Jeff West student, was seriously injured in a pickup truck accident a few weeks before. The money raised went to help the Lowe family pay medical expenses. The Knights of ColumbusAll-Stars of St. Aloysius Catholic Church in Meriden battled the WIBW All-Stars at the Jefferson West High School gym. Donations 0f$2 for adults and $1 for children and students were col- lected at the door. The WIBW All-Stars won the match, 63-60. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced it would close the Slough Creek Public Use Area at Perry Lake for the 1985 recreational season. The area was scheduled to be upgraded. Improvements included additional roadways, campgrounds, electrical hookups and waterlines. A contract for $947,993 was awarded to the N.R. Hamm Construction Co., Perry, for the project. The west portion, including the group shelter, remained open to the public. 15 years ago this week April 13, 1995... The winner of Position 5 on the USD 342 McLouth Board of Educa- tion race was decided by a coin toss. Jefferson County Commissioner William Rhodes tossed a coin and declared Lori Carnahan the winner. Carnahan ran against Steve Smith for the school board seat. An April fool's prank at Jefferson County Memorial Hospital didn't leave anyone laughing. Someone identifying himself as a public official called the hospital at about 11 p.m. of April I to report an automobile accident in which there were a number of casualties: The hospital went on alert and hospital personnel were sent to the scene;: It was not until the medical personnel were nearly there that they found out the call was a hoax. Jefferson County SheriffDetective Randy Carreno said the situation was under investigation and it was un- known if charges would be bropght. Suspects in the case were in%leir late teens, but Carreno did not know whether any were 18 or older. Kabel Robbins presented a rabbit to Donna Trainer and her students at Oskaloosa Elementary School The rabbit was going to live in ffe classroom while students learned how to take care of it. Robbins donated the rabbit and the Jolly Juniors 4-H Club built and donated the cage and feeders for the project. Another rabbit was donated, to the Jefferson County North Middle School by Jeffrey Holland. The Crack- erjack 4-H Club provided the cage and feeders. Both rabbits had already found summer homes where they would live between school years. BANKRUPTCY A fresh start! You Can Do Almost Everything under the NEW Law That people Did under the Old Law! E g EQU|FED - SLENCE BLL coLLECTORS ssIoNS, FoP, ECLOSURES come see us and we'll shOW you how to get a fresh start! i_l000000,Eg OvnC00 785-354-618B - 214 SW. 6th Ave (3,FB),. Suite 206 _Topeka . • , Pn,,' ding Legal Ad,': ';. Hetl'h'g Pe°l'h' File' t br Relief . n-ht Re wfAgOWY .L., RankruptCy toues over 25 yearS! A t,, " lmder rut ..... HONOR OUR GRADUATES., The Oskaloosa Independent is now compiling sponsors for the 2010 graduates of Oskaloosa High School for the special graduation supplement, The supplement will be printed in eady May. Sponsorship for the students is on a first-come first-served basis. (One sponsor per student.) If you have a business and would like to sponsor a graduate or if you are an individual who has a particular student you would like to sponsor, please call 785-863-2520 THE O S KA L O O S A