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Garden City Telegram (Newspaper) - February 27, 1991, Garden City, Kansas Page 2 Garden City Telegram wednesday february 27,1991 deaths Flor m. Garcia Flor Maria Garcia infant daughter of Mauro and Bertha Garcia was stillborn feb. 26, 1991, at St. Catherine Hospital. Price and sons funeral Home Garden City will announce funeral arrangements. Ernest e. Phipps Ulysses a funeral for Ernest Eugene Phipps 82, will be at 2 . Tomorrow at Phillips Chapel Ulysses Ron Dickens officiating. Burial will be at Ulysses cemetery. He died feb. 26,1991, at Bob Wilson memorial Hospital Ulysses. Born nov. 19, 1908, at Hutchinson he married Blanche Rovena Gould july 15, 1930, at Hutchinson. She died oct. 16,1985. Or. Phipps was a retired Farmer and was the owner and operator of a Motel and trailer Park at Las Animas Colo., from 1974 to 1981. He had been a Ulysses resident moving from Las Animas. He moved to Colorado from big Bow where he had been a resident since 1946, moving from Hutchinson. Survivors include a son Gerald Dean grand Junction Colo. Two daughters Lovena Michael Ulysses and Patricia Porco Salida Colo. Four Brothers Vernon Phipps Nickerson Alvin Phipps Topeka Marvin Phipps Hutchinson and Eldon Phipps Mulberry Fla. Four Sisters Bessie Gould Garden Grove calif., Thelma Millard South Hutchinson Eva Mann pretty Prairie and Louise Grady Oak Harbor Wash. Eight grandchildren and la great grandchildren. Friends May Call until 8 . Today and from 9 . To service time tomorrow at Phillips mortuary Ulysses. Memorials to the Kansas state University cancer research in care of the mortuary. Inez Duvall Syracuse a memorial service for Inez Devaney Brethauer Duvall 71, Littleton Colo., will be at 2 . Friday at Ayres Calbeck mortuary Pratt the Rev. Ron Hansen officiating. Inu rement will be at Greenlawn cemetery Pratt. She died feb. 22, 1991, at Littleton. Her body was cremated. Born Inez Devaney Jan. 4, 1920, at Pratt she was a homemaker. She was a former Pratt resident. Among survivors is a brother Carl Devaney Syracuse. Effie Ratzlaff Montezuma a funeral for Effie Ratzlaff 82, Canton will be at 10 30 . Friday at Lone tree Church of god in Christ mennonite Rural Galva the revs. Herman Nightengale and Darrell Becker officiating. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. She died feb. 26, 1991, at Shiloh Manor Canton. Born Effie Schmidt april 8, 1908, at Chickasha married Aaron Ratzlaff oct. 8,1933, at Montezuma. Mrs. Ratzlaff was a homemaker and had been a Canton resident for six months moving from Deming . Besides her husband of the Home survivors include a brother Jessie Schmidt and a sister Mabel Unruh both of Montezuma. Friends May Call from 6 to 8 . Tomorrow at harder Kaufman funeral Home Moundridge. Memorials to the Shiloh Manor in care of the funeral Home. G. Delos Carr Cimarron funeral for g. Lelos Carr 76, Larned will be at 10 30 . Tomorrow at Beckwith mortuary Larned the revs. Perry Beachy and Eleanor Beachy officiating. Burial will be at Bergthal mennonite Church cemetery Pawnee Rock. He died feb. 26, 1991, at Central Kansas medical Center great Bend. Born aug. 19, 1914, at Radium he married Glennis Eleanor Schultz dec. 25,1935, at Pawnee Rock. Or. Carr was a Farmer and had been a lifetime Larned resident. Besides his wife of the Home survivors include a daughter Carla Bowman Cimarron. Memorials to the missions workers society of the Church in care of the mortuary. Ray Brown Scott City a funeral for Ray Brown 84, Albuquerque were thursday at Sunset memorial Park mausoleum Chapel Albuquerque Paul Gleason officiating. Burial was at Sunset memorial Park cemetery. He died feb. 24, 1991, at Albuquerque. Born May 15, 1906, in Scott county he married Lois Eileen Bowen. Or. Brown was a Farmer and had been an Albuquerque resident for 14 years. Besides his wife of the Home survivors include a brother Lee Brown Scott City. Fitzgerald and son funeral directors Albuquerque was in charge of arrangements. Kansas Temps Topeka apr High and Low temperatures and precipitation for the 24 hours ended today at 6 Belleville 43 19 Beloit 44 21 Chanute 47 21 Coffeyville 48 24 Concordia 42 28 Dodge City 50 28 Emporia 43 24 Garden City Airport 51 25 Goodland 46 22 Hill City 45 23 Hutchinson 45 28 Manhattan 42 14 Pittsburg 46 26 Russell 45 24 Salina 45 24 Topeka 40 17 Wichita 48 23 Garden City records record Low temperature this Date minus 13 in 1960. Record High temperature this Date 78 in 1932 and 1981 High temperature this Date year ago 51 Low temperature this Date year ago 25 precipitation so far this year .24 of an Inch precipitation this time a year ago 2.61 inches longtime precipitation average through february 80inches data furnished by Southwest Kansas research Extension Center. Sunrise tomorrow 7 17 Sunset tomorrow 6 37 regional forecasts Missouri today sunny and warmer highs 45 to 55 tonight fair Low 35 to 45 tomorrow mostly sunny Windy and mild highs 55 to 65 Nebraska increasing cloudiness North today. Partly Cloudy South warmer with highs in mid to upper 40s Northeast 50s West and South considerable cloudiness North and partly Cloudy South tonight Low 20s partly Cloudy and mild tomorrow highs near 50 Northeast 50s West and South. Arkansas partly Cloudy North mostly sunny South and warmer today partly Cloudy and not As cold tonight partly sunny Breezy and warmer tomorrow with a slight Chance of rain South High today mid-50s to Low 60s Low tonight mid 30s to near 50 High tomorrow 60s Oklahoma Clear to partly Cloudy Windy and warmer through tomorrow slight Chance of a thunderstorm East tomorrow afternoon lows tonight mid 30s Panhandle to upper 40s Southeast highs tomorrow mid-60s Northeast to mid 70s Southwest Colorado sunny and warmer today Gusty winds in a few areas increasing Clouds tonight across the state and Windy in some areas with scattered showers developing in Southwest mountains Windy in Many areas tomorrow with Snow and colder temperatures in mountains widely scattered rain showers in West continued dry and warm East highs today mid-40s through the 50s West 50s to mid-60s East upper 30s to lower 50s mountains lows tonight 20 to 35 except teens to near 30 mountains and High valleys highs tomorrow 40s and lower 50s West 30 to 45 mountains upper 50s to Low 70s East nation s Temps temperatures indicate yesterdays High and overnight Low to 7 a in Cost today Albany,. Albuquerque Iii Lopre Ouk 37 25 in 55 28 cd Hospital news admissions tuesday from Garden City Veronica o. Garcia Kristin d. Headding Nicolas p. Meraz Ann r. Smeltzer Melvin e. Walker Dennis c. Voigt Tiffany d. Crues. Ingalls Drew d. Hamilton. Deerfield Matthews Huelskamp. Syracuse Paul Jantz. Johnson Ernan villain. Dismissals tuesday from Garden City Dana l. Armstrong Marcus l. Crooks Teresa l. Cruz Angel Garcia Marlie j. Goodwin Viola p Pittman Hillary Ryan Jessica l. Wickham Wallace e. Wilson. Ulysses Alyssa n. Blakesley. Elkhart Peter Hiebert. Holcomb Vicki s. Krehbiel and baby boy. Cimarron Kiprow. Healy Laura Neshay. Kansas weather thursday feb. 28 acc weather forecast for daytime conditions and High temperatures War \ \ \ \ \ irs \ showers to storms rain flurries Snow ice sunny it. Cloudy Cloudy via associated press graphics net �1991 ecu weather inc. Amarillo 53 30 cd Anchorage 42 26 Clr Asheville 40 21 cd Atlanta 48 31 cd Atlantic City 39 26 la cd Austin 58 47 cd Baltimore 43 22 Clr Billings 48 31 cd Birmingham 51 28 cd Bismarck 28 15 of cd Boise 57 32 cd Boston 34 29 cd Brownsville 56 51 cd Buffalo 27 15 .03 in Burlington it. 35 17 in Casper 44 17 Clr Charleston so. 60 39 cd a 34 27 Clr Charlotte no. 52 29 Clr Cheyenne 45 20 Clr Chicago 27 19 of cd Cincinnati 35 25 .04 cd Cleveland 28 13 .04 cd Columbia so. 57 27 cd Columbus Ohio 33 23 of cd h 34 18 cd Dallas it Worth 62 37 cd Dayton 31 22 cd Denver 47 25 cd Des Moines 33 19 04 cd Detroit 28 16 of cd Duluth 20 02 cd Elpaso 61 36 cd Evansville 39 26 of Clr Fairbanks 30 09 Clr Fargo 20 07 04 cd Flagstaff 55 21 in grand rapids 27 12 03 cd great Falls 49 33 in 46 24 Clr Hartford 34 28 to cd Helena 49 27 Clr Honolulu 80 61 Clr Houston 57 44 cd Indianapolis 32 19 04 cd Jackson miss 55 34 cd Jacksonville 69 37 cd Juneau 38 29 cd Kansas City 38 18 cd Las vegas 69 43 in Little Rock 56 36 cd los Angeles 69 57 in Louisville 40 28 cd Lubbock 59 36 cd Memphis 50 31 cd Miami Beach 78 60 cd Midland Odessa 57 33 cd Milwaukee 28 19 .02 cd mils St Paul 24 08 of cd Nashville 43 28 cd new Orleans 57 39 cd new York City 35 27 26 cd Norfolk a 44 30 .03 Clr North Platte 44 17 cd Oklahoma City 52 30 Clr Omaha 32 18 of cd Orlando 75 50 cd Philadelphia 40 27 of cd Phoenix 82 54 in Pittsburgh 31 20 of in Portland Maine 32 19 cd Portland Ore 67 36 cd Providence 36 29 .04 cd Raleigh Durham �?o/49 22 Clr rapid City 40 18 cd Reno 67 31 in Richmond 42 21 06 Clr Sacramento 68 48 in St Louis 40 27 cd Salt Lake City 50 27 cd san Antonio 58 49 cd san Diego 66 59 in san Francisco 62 54 in san Juan a r 88 72 cd Santa be 50 in cd St Ste Marie 21 -03 cd Seattle 66 41 cd Shreveport 61 34 cd Sioux Falls 25 20 03 cd Spokane 53 30 cd Syracuse 37 19 in Tampa St per Sig 73 50 cd Topeka 40 17 Clr Tucson 74 48 in Tulsa 51 27 Clr Washington do. 44 27 Clr Wichita 48 23 Clr Wilkes Barre 38 20 cd Wilmington Del. 41 25 Clr National temperature extremes High yesterday afternoon 86 at Yuma Ariz Low this morning minus 13 at Marquette Mich Price amp sons a funeral Home 620 n. 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Two . Divisions a the 3rd armoured and the 1st infantry mechanized a clashed with one of the guards three heavy armoured divisions the Taw Al Kana. A prime escape route for iraqi troops could already be Cut off. An Iraq military communique today said Allied paratroopers had landed at an air base near Nasir Yah 175 Miles South of Baghdad on the euphrates. A senior military official in Washington confirmed that . Troops had captured an Airfield near Nasir Yah. Capture of Nasir Yah would Seal off routes running North toward the iraqi heartland from the Southeastern iraqi City of Basra a since Allied bombing raids have knocked out Bridges across the euphrates. Targeting Saddam the allies made it Clear that Saddam would not be allowed to survive the persian Gulf War with Power and prestige intact. On tuesday when Saddam pledged to withdraw president Bush said the War would press on a with undiminished intensity Baghdad radio claimed today that the withdrawal from Kuwait was completed a by the first Light this Allied commanders said the iraqis were fleeing in Masse but that it was not known How Many remained in Kuwait today. Col. Ahmed Al Zobayan spokesman for the joint Arab forces said the number of iraqi prisoners had been estimated at 45,000 to 50,000. Helpful pos surrendering iraqis shouted a Salaam Salaam a a a peace peace a a As they raised their hands. One . Official described an incident in which an iraqi tank and hundreds of special Green tag prices for More savings Era .itfl7�?t my Man to m1mhi 1210 Fleming Garden City. Kan. Open 24 hours armoured personnel Carrier came upon a . Humvee stuck in mud. A they helped the humvee get out of the mud a and then they surrendered a he said. In iraqis bomb ravaged capital Baghdad is a Long without electricity a huddled around Battery powered radios listening for news of the War. A you have fought against 30 countries led by the most vicious War machine in the world a Saddam told his people on tuesday. A greater Victory is certain in the future he said. But the gloom in Baghdad was palpable. Air raid sirens wailed and a dense dust laced fog covered the City a correspondent Salah Nasrawi reported from the iraqi capital. Allied aircraft raided the City again tuesday night. A 12 resolutions Iraq is seeking a cease fire but a majority of . Security Council members Are insisting that the Baghdad government accept All 12 Council resolutions on the conflict before a truce can be considered diplomats said. In addition to calling for an unconditional iraqi withdrawal the . Resolutions Call for Iraq to pay reparations and renounce All claims to Kuwait. In Kuwait the Entrance of the allies brought unbounded Joy. A the Flag of Kuwait is once again fluttering Over Kuwait a Kuwait radio said jubilantly. A thanks be to god that the. Nightmare has Kuwait City bore the scars of nearly seven months of iraqi occupation. Power lines were Down running water was available Only in parts of the City cars were stripped and gasoline was in Short Supply. Rain made Greasy by iraqi set Oil Well fires fell today. Kuwaiti diplomats said . Marines were combing neighbourhoods for iraqi stragglers. Emir delays return Kuwait a . Ambassador Mohammad Abulhasan said there were no immediate plans for the kuwaiti Emir Sheik Jaber Al Ahmed Al Sabah and other leaders to return to the capital from exile in saudi Arabia. A when the Emir will return depends on the situation inside Kuwait. There Are lots of Booby traps mines etc.,�?� he said. The Emir Sheik Jaber Al Ahmed Al Sabah and other members of the ruling family have been in saudi Arabia since iraqis invasion on aug. 2. . Army and saudi special forces had earlier filtered into the City in Advance of the larger Allied Force. Some . Commandos were Clad in Arab headdresses and carried Small easily concealed automatic weapons. Despite iraqis claim the withdrawal was Complete it was unclear just How Many of the 300,000 to 400,000 iraqi troops once in Kuwait remained. . Commanders described the Road North from Kuwait City to the iraqis narrow Southeast Corner and Basra clogged with retreating iraqi vehicles which . Pilots were attacking. An iraqi military spokesman speaking on Baghdad radio complained that iraqis enemy had a demonstrated All his cowardly mean and lowly characteristics by attacking retreating troops. The allies have said they will go after any iraqi forces that had not put Down their weapons. In the fourth Day of the allies blistering land assault . Military officials in Riyadh said today that the fierce desert warfare since sunday had knocked out 26 iraqi army divisions a about 260,000 men a and 500 tanks. For a your printing needs a pins the versatile printers Iau % Fau save /2 of Byz Sale wheat Fields on main entire Stock not included 309 n. Main Garden City a a a a Are a Arar Arar a retreating iraqi forces Shott Al Arab Republican guard four infantry divisions still intact two armoured divisions and the mechanized division have been attacked. Babiyan j Island persian Gulf Kuwait Bay Fay Sakati Island Jathra Quot Kuwait City a Kuwait a into. Sea Island of terminal burning Oil Weils 600 Oil fires started. 500 still burning Retreat under fire iraqis beaten army streamed North tuesday in a headlong flight homeward abandoning Kuwait City. Allied forces raced through the desert to Cut them off. Ground War figures . Casualties before ground War 23 killed 34 wounded 9 pos since ground War 4 killed 21 wounded 2 missing scud attack 28 killed 100 wounded total 55 killed 155 via 30 missing 9 pos enemy pos 30,000-plus equipment losses not available Iraq equipment destroyed 2,085 tanks about half 962 armoured personnel carriers about one third 1,505 artillery pieces about half Basw Manoal Basha West Allied flanking Man Euver As iraqi troops Retreat North tanks of the . Army a Vii corps joined by Britain a 1st infantry division accelerated their Pace to intercept them. Britain s 1st armoured division engaged a Large iraqi Force Early tuesday 40 iraqi tanks were demolished in the Battle. Kuwait Bay British embassy a Royal Pataca -. Embassy in Central Kuwait City tank Battle reported at in on my Kuwait i International a Airport. Kuwait City i Kuwait news Agency reported that kuwaiti citizens were in control of key police precincts. I kuwaiti resistance said that retreating iraqis had taken thousands of hostages with them and destroyed All government buildings and hotels in the City. The Emir of Kuwait in saudi Arabia declared martial Law in the emirate for three months according to the radio of Kuwait a exiled government. Zafra c major Airport a minor Airport As of 7 am est. Tuesday a Cynthya Greer. Ross Toro Home of the week Jim Maxfield 629 Briar Hill Southard Home improvement 504 East Kansas Carden City. Kan. 275-2226

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