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Garden City Telegram (Newspaper) - September 5, 2015, Garden City, KansasA2 saturday september 5, 2015 the Garden City Telegram m for the record obituaries police beat Kansas lottery usps213 600 published daily mornings except sundays by the Telegram publishing co. Inc. At 310 n. 7th Street Garden City is 67846. A hons responsible. Overall company operations and editorial Page Dena Sattler editor and publisher 620 275 8500 ext. 201 Denas a Telegram. Com n newsroom. Department e mail fax newsroom a Telegram. Com fax 866 450 5936. News operations corrections Brett Riggs managing editor 620 275 8500 ext. 234 Riggs a Telegram. Com. Business news Scott Aust news editor 620 275 8500 ext. 233 Saust a Telegram. Com. Web Content Megan Jones design digital editor 620 275 8500 ext. 231 Mjones a Telegram. Com. So life entertainment Scott Aust news editor 620 275 8500 ext. 234 newsroom a Telegram. Com. Education youth Austin Fisher reporter 620 275 8500 ext. 237 Fisher a Telegram. Com. Government Angie Haflich reporter 620 275 8500 ext. 238 Haflich a Telegram. Com. Law enforcement courts Michael Maresh reporter 620 275 8500 ext. 232 Maresh a Telegram. Com. Sports sports dept. Fax 866 410 1749 Brett Marshall sports editor 620 275 8500 ext. 227 Marshall a Telegram. Com j. Levi Burnfin sports reporter 620 275 8500 ext. 240 Burnfin a Telegram. Com. Bridal obituaries Debbie Schiffelbein clerk 620 275 8500 ext. 242 Debbie a Telegram. Com a advertising / m marketing. Department e mail fax advertising a Telegram. Com fax 866 757 6842. Web and print advertising marketing Robin Phelan advertising director 620 275 8500 ext. 225 Phelan a Telegram. Com. Recruitment advertising 620 275 8500, ext. 501 a Telegram. Com. Classified advertising 620 275 8500 ext. 501 classifieds a Telegram. Com. Retail advertising 620 275 8500 ext. 203 c circulation. Department e mail fax circulation a Telegram. Com fax 866 379 2675. Subscriptions and sales Jeremy Banwell circulation operations manager 620 275 8500 ext. 214 Banwell a Telegram. Com. Missing your paper if you do not receive your daily delivered copy of the Garden City Telegram please Call our office. Garden City 620 275 8500. Outside of Garden City 1 800 475 8600 w ant to subscribe ?. Carrier delivery $ 8.44 a month plus tax. Rural mail delivery $ 13.87 a month plus tax. Outside area delivery $ 14.30 a month plus tax in Kansas. $ 15.17 a month plus tax outside Kansas b business o office. Department e mail fax business a Telegram. Com fax 866 379 2675. Company finances hiring Nancy Miller business manager 620 275 8500 ext. 209 Miller a Telegram. Com. Office hours the Telegram office is open weekdays from 8 a. M. To 5 p. M. After hours Calls will be handled by an automated phone attendant which will direct Calls to specific departments. P production. Printing the paper Jerry Naab pressroom manager 620 275 8500 ext. 244 pressroom a Telegram. Com. Product packaging Xay Rasit Louangraj Mai room manager 620 275 8500 ext. 245 Mai room a Telegram. Com. Technology Joseph Burns it / web Developer 620 275 8500 ext. 236 webmaster a Telegram. Com. On the world wide web wow. A Telegram. Com postmaster address changes should be sent to the Garden City Telegram p. O. Box 958, Garden City is 67846 0958. Periodicals postage paid at Garden City is. Obituary policy obituaries must be submitted by 9 p. M. Sunday through Friday for inclusion in the next Days editions. The following Kansas lottery numbers were drawn Friday pick 3 9 2 7 2 by 2 red 1 25, White 13 22 Mega millions 17 21 39 52 57 5. Mega plier 5. A 44 year old citizen of Mexico is charged with one count of unlawfully re entering the United states after being deported. Jose Luis Garcia Flores was located aug. 21, 2015, in Finney county according to the u. S. Attorneys office in Wichita. If convicted he could face a maximum penalty of two years in Federal prison and a Fine up to $ 250,000. Immigration and customs enforcements enforcement and removal operations investigated. Assistant u. S. Attorney Brent Anderson is prosecuting. Mexican citizen found in county deported Donald French l e o t i Donald Lee Don French 80, died wednesday sept. 2, 2015, at Wichita county Heath Center following a Long illness. He was born aug. 4, 1935, in Kansas City mo., the son of Harvey Leon and june Cecelia Jones French. Or. French was employed by the u. S. Postal service retiring after 33 years As the Leoti postmaster. He was a u. S. Air Force Veteran. On aug. 7, 1956, he married Jeanene Rae Linder in Scott City. She survives. Other survivors include two sons Cameron French of Thornton Colo., and Mitchell French of Syracuse five grandchildren and a great granddaughter. He was preceded in death by his parents his Stepfather Carl w. Ferren and a son Cordell w. French. G r a v e Side service will begin at 11 a. M. Cost oct. 10, with Inu rement at Beulah rest cemetery in Northeast Wichita county Leoti. Condolences May be sent to Fellers a Yahoo. Com. In lieu of Flowers memorials Are suggested to the Wichita county historical society in care of the funeral Home Box 1253, Syracuse is 67878. Rochelle Jones Rochelle Roro Jones 27, of Garden City died thursday sept. 3, 2015, at St. Catherine Hospital in Garden City. She was born aug. 13, 1988, in Topeka to Burton or. And Tina Jones. She g Rad at e d from Highland Park High school in Topeka. She had worked in food service and Home health. S u r v i Vors include two children Aliyah Jones and Gabriel Jones both of the Home her Mother Tina Jones of Garden City her father Burton Jones or. Of Topeka three Brothers Julian Ritz of Garden City Burton Jones Iii of Wichita and Keith Jones of Pueblo Colo. Two Sisters Kala Jones of Topeka and Brittnie Martinez of Pueblo and her grandparents Alfred and Adelina Ritz of Garden City. Funeral will begin at 10 a. M. Tuesday at Bible Christian Church in Garden City. Burial will be at Valley View cemetery in Garden City. Visitation hours Are 2 to 8 p. M. Sunday and 9 a. M. To 8 p. M. Monday at Garnand funeral Home Garden City. Condolences May be posted at wow. . Com. Memorials to the Rochelle Jones memorial fund May be sent in care of the funeral Home 412 n. Seventh St., Garden City is 67846. Dana Hamilton Dana Ann Hamilton 58, died Friday sept. 4, 2015, at University of Nebraska medical Center in Omaha neb. Garnand funeral Home of Garden City will announce arrangements. Kirk Yakel Lakin Kirk Yakel 56, died Friday sept. 4, 2015, at Kearny county Hospital in Lakin. Garnand funeral Home of Lakin will announce arrangements. Clara Entz Clara e. Entz 64, died Friday sept. 4, 2015, at her Home in Garden City. Garnand funeral Home of Garden City will announce arrangements. The following reports were taken from Law enforcement logs Garden City police department wednesday Marinus Townsend 27, 605 Labrador blvd., no. 216, was arrested at 9 53 p. M. In the 600 Block of Labrador Boulevard on an allegation of Battery. Ricardo Galvez Aguayo 23, 4170 East u. S. Highway 50, was arrested at 3 30 a. M. In the 3000 Block of East Kansas Avenue on an allegation of driving while suspended. Maricella Deleon 29, 606 n. Ninth St., was arrested at 12 45 p. M. On allegations of using a communication facility in the commission of a felony drug violation distribution of heroin certain stimulants. Thursday Doug Shivers 53, 1702 Chesterford drive was arrested at 4 46 p. M. In the 1700 Block of Chesterford drive on allegations of forgery and theft. Jayce Morales 19, 803 Safford ave., was arrested at 2 16 p. M. In the 800 Block of Safford Avenue on a municipal warrant on an allegation of driving while suspended. Emilio Reyes Pacheco 54, 309 w. Kansas ave., was arrested at 11 a. M. In the 300 Block of West Kansas Avenue on an out of county warrant on allegations of driving under the influence driving while suspended and no proof of insurance. Jesus Felix Castro 22, 621 w. Fleming St., was arrested at 6 28 p. M. In the 600 Block of Fleming Street on a municipal warrant on allegations of dog at Large rabies biting of a person or animal and no tag affixed to animals Collar. Bradley Bretton 48, 301 e. Maple St., was arrested at 10 22 a. M. In the 1500 Block of East Fulton Street on an allegation of driving while suspended. Gabriela Delatorre 21, Plains was cited and released at 10 02 a. M. On an allegation of no proof of insurance. Curtis Perez 57, 2107 b St., was cited and released at 1 20 p. M. In the 200 Block of West fair Street on an allegation of no proof of insurance. Carlos Ceballos 28, 4101 East u. S. Highway 50, was arrested at 11 45 p. M. In the 4100 Block of East u. S. Highway 50 on an allegation of Battery. Angela Perkins 18, 1010 Hamline Road was arrested at 4 37 a. M. In the 1600 Block of Vinzant Street on an allegation of driving while suspended. Micah Lorenzano 17, 2520 n. Third St., was arrested and released to a Parent at 7 54 p. M. At Walmart 3101 e. Kansas ave., on an allegation of theft. Josh Navert 16, 2520 n. Third St., was arrested and released to a Parent at 7 54 p. M. At Walmart 3101 e. Kansas ave., on an allegation of theft. Theft loss monday Between 3 and 9 p. M. In the 400 Block of a Street a person took electronic items from a residence. Estimated loss is $ 465. Wednesday Between 10 a. M. And 1 p. M. In the 4100 Block of 4100 East u. S. Highway 50, a person took appliances. Estimated loss is $ 900. Friday at 12 10 a. M. In the 1800 Block of mikes drive a person took a Wallet currency and a bicycle from a vehicle. Estimated loss is $ 350. Criminal damage tuesday Between Midnight and 12 30 a. M. In the 2300 Block of d Street a person damaged a vehicle. Estimated loss is $ 600. Thursday Between 8 a. M. Wednesday and 8 40 a. M. Thursday a crosswalk sign was damaged. Estimated loss is $ 15. Finney county sheriffs office wednesday Eric Stanley Collier 24, 508 St. John St., was arrested at 9 15 a. M. On an allegation of driving under the influence. Cecilio Alejo Flores 26, 1017 Smokey Hill Road was arrested at 10 15 a. M. On allegations of driving while suspended and one Way Glass or sunscreen device. Sasario Ibarra Alcantar 25, 1071 n. Fourth St., was arrested at 10 21 a. M. On allegations of no valid Drivers License and failure to yield to emergency vehicle. Miranda brie Morales 20, was arrested at 10 35 a. M. On an allegation of exceeding maximum Speed limit. Dalton Douglas Shivers 22, Lakin was arrested at 10 45 a. M. On allegations of exceeding maximum Speed limit and no liability insurance. Ember Lesha Ochoa 25, 206 n. Seventh St., was arrested at 10 40 a. M. On allegations of exceeding maximum Speed limit no child passenger safety and operating a motor vehicle without a valid License. Thursday Eric Steven Harding 24, Holcomb was arrested at 9 15 a. M. On an out of county warrant. Armando Fidencio Perez 22, 6111 n. Second St., was arrested at 9 31 a. M. On allegations of Possession of drug paraphernalia and Possession of a hallucinogenic drug. Christina Mendoza 25, Dodge City was arrested at 10 19 a. M. On an allegation of abuse of a child. By Thomas Peele san Jose Mercury news san Francisco tvs a judge has ruled the mexican National who allegedly shot and killed a woman on a pier setting off an illegal immigration debate should stand trial for murder. There is enough evidence to conclude that Juan Francisco Lopez Sanchez shot and killed Kate Steinle 32, As she walked with her father on pier 14 on july 1, Superior court judge Brendan Conroy said. Two ballistics experts testified the Bullet that killed her ricocheted off the pier deck about 90 feet before striking her. One called the shooting an Accident. Outside the court Lopez Sanchezs Public defender Matt Gonzalez said it made no sense that his client intentionally killed Steinle and said he looked Forward to presenting an accidental death theory to a jury. Lopez Sanchez had picked up a piece of clothing on the pier and the gun hidden it discharged Gonzalez told reporters. He did not know it was a gun Gonzales said. He threw it in the Bay because he did not want it to keep firing. Gonzalez said there was no evidence Lopez Sanchez possessed the gun stolen Days earlier from a Federal rangers vehicle prior to being on the pier. If he had the lawyer said he Likely would have sold it to improve his situation. Lopez Sanchez was destitute with Only cigarette Butts and crumbs in his pockets. Francisco ugate another lawyer representing Lopez Sanchez said the facts of the Case dont support the National hysteria it caused in the immigration debate and presidential politics. He has no violent criminal history. Prosecutor Diana Garcia though said More than enough evidence exists to prove murder to a jury. He was playing his own version of russian Roulette by sitting in a swivel chair on the pier and handling the gun she told Conroy. He intentionally fired the gun. This was no Accident. The killing ignited a National debate on illegal immigration and has become a rallying cry for Republican presidential front runner Donald Trump. Trial ruled for Man in san Francisco pier murder Case 242160 alas Barber shop alas Back full time 620 275 4644 5 Points Garden City haircut $ 16. 00 239875 05 for All your real estate needs 241670 100 years of experience 1809 e. Mary St., suite 2 Garden City is Bob Rodriquez 521 2898 Peggy Glunt 272 6494 Pat Smith 271 2279 Diane Crockett 260 6001 Ruben Montoya 640 7873 Hablo Span ~ of experience is. Priceless it a 2 wow. . Com 620 805 5001 666 Man of sin the Antichrist is described in the Bible As the Man of sin and son of hell. The Man chosen by Lucifer to be the Antichrist will be his Best play to win. Everyone in the kingdom of evil defers to the Choice of Lucifer. If the Antichrist fails to defeat Jesus he will answer to Lucifer. The Wrath of Lucifer due to failure will be extreme. If Lucifer gives everything he possesses to you and you fail him his chastisement will be brutal. Enough said. Sin is disobedience to god. It is breaking gods commandments. The Man of sin must be the perfect expression of this in human form. He must be perfect evil. The role of every evil person is to be a disciple and servant of Lucifer. When Lucifer transfers All he has to the Antichrist the world must worship the Antichrist As god. Lucifer desires worship. The Only real enemy on Earth to Lucifer Are the children of god. Perfect persecution and affliction of these is in order at the proper time. All Praise and worship to the Antichrist Phil Schuhs 242281

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