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Garden City Telegram (Newspaper) - January 5, 1983, Garden City, Kansas Telegram Roundup Garden City Southwest Kansas four Hurt in two car crash a Garden City woman is in intensive care and three other local residents Are hospitalized after being injured in a two car head on collision tuesday. The Driver of one car Mary Brown 18,1608 Anderson is in stable condition in ice at St. Catherine Hospital a Hospital spokesman said. The Driver and passengers in the other car All Are in satisfactory condition at St. Catherine. They Are Glenn Owens 24, Hilda Owens 20, and Katherine Owens 2, All of Martins trailer court #155. The Accident occurred about 6 50 . On the River Road about two Miles West of Garden City. The Highway patrol said a 1981 Chevrolet driven by Brown and a 1970 Plymouth driven by Glen Owens collided in the eastbound Lane. Brown was driving West and the Owens car was eastbound when the Accident happened the patrol said. The Accident is still under investigation the patrol said. Further details Are unavailable. Fire chief Allen Shelton said the Rescue squad was summoned to the Accident but turned Back when it was informed no Rescue was Hurt Man in custody a 30-year-old Garden City Man is in custody after a woman was beaten at her Mobile Home in Finney county tuesday night. The woman age 25, was treated and released from St. Catherine hospitals emergency room a sheriffs spokesman said. There were no weapons involved. Sheriffs officers responded to a family disturbance at to . At h and h trailer Village East us50, officials said. The suspect came to the residence and struck the woman several times and held Ber there against her will the sheriffs report said. After the Man left the woman went to a neighbors House and called authorities. The emergency medical service responded to the Home. Officials said the disturbance was the result of a marital dispute. Charges Are pending against the denied Holcomb Man probation was denied a 19-year-old Holcomb Man who was sentenced tuesday in District court to two to five years for theft. Bryan t. Yardley had been charged with theft in connection with an oct. 29 residential burglary at Holcomb. A burglary charge had been dismissed earlier. Yardley also was sentenced to six months in jail for each of two Misdemeanour theft convictions. Those Stem from thefts which occurred in Garden City in june and july. The sentences Are to run with gunshot wound a 29-year-old Finney county Man remains hospitalized in Wichita after suffering an accidental gunshot wound to his Arm sunday. Gary Mcduffey s. Star rt., was listed Iii Good condition wednesday morning at Wesley medical Center. According to the sheriffs report Mcduffey was Rabbit Hunting Southwest of Pierceville when his 20-gauge Shotgun accidentally discharged the incident occurred about la a m. The sheriff s report indicated that Michael r. Bryant of Pierceville was a witness to the incident. Bryant could not be reached for comment. The gun had been leaning against a tree Mcduffey sarm was propped upon the gun the report said the gun discharged into his left forearm. Mcduffey was taken to St. Catherine Hospital by private vehicle where he was treated before being taken to Wichita sunday. Neither the sheriffs report nor the Hospital report said who drove Mcduffey to the radio dispatching system St. Catherine Hospital opened a new 24-hour Central dispatching system monday. Located off the triage area of the emergency room the purpose is to a provide improved patient care a Mary Pendergraft director of critical care at St. Catherine said. Five people will Man the dispatch system. All have or will soon Complete emt training so that they will be Able to understand medical jargon used in describing a patient s condition Pendergraft said. Previously emergency room nurses handled radio communications Between physicians the emergency room in House and anyone carrying a Hospital pager. The dispatchers will take Over that duty freeing nurses to Quot better prepare for the arrival of emergency patients and out patients who walk in Quot Pendergraft said. The radios were formerly located within the emergency room itself. The new dispatchers will also handle radio transmissions with other county Ems ambulances bringing patients to St Catherine. Their new location will still put them within voice communication Range of emergency room personnel three of the dispatchers Are new employees two were transferred from other departments of the to Host old time fiddlers 0 Lakin a the Western Plains chapter of the Kansas old time fiddlers pickers and singers will meet 1 30 . Most. Sunday Jan 9, at the Kearny county memorial building in Lakin performers and listeners Are Welcome for additional information Call swish themas 355-6751 or Marvin Penick a 355-6109.patrol, clerk posts Are eliminated the police department eliminated a patrol officer position and a microfilm clerk position in order to comply with the Garden City commissions decision that the department must Cut two positions in 1983. Police chief Jerald Vaughn said the department decided not to fill those two positions because they already were vacant and no one would have to be fired to comply with the City commissions directive. The City commission had told the department the two positions were to be Cut Jan. I. The police department now will have 22 patrol officers instead of 23. The vacancy resulted from a recent promotion of a patrol officer. Vaughn said the loss of a patrol officer should not seriously affect the City a police Protection. He said there will be one less officer on some shifts but the department has tried to schedule the shifts to a minimize the Impact of the Cut. A a we la work around it and just make the Best of it a Vaughn said. He said the microfilming position was vacant because the departments microfilm clerk had group plans meeting Southwest Kansas microcomputer users group will meet 7 30 p. In monday Jan. To at Garfield elementary school 121w. Walnut. Denis Brown and his eighth Grade computer class from Lakin will demonstrate the a computer Power package a course in computer programming skills using graphics materials written in the Pascal language. An information Exchange including news about microcomputer events in the area will follow. The meeting is free and open to the gains state recognition a former Garden City resident is among 55 Kansas artists chosen As finalists in Kansas three the annual statewide visual arts Competition sponsored by the Kansas arts commission. Juror Franz Schulze the Hollender professor of Art at Lake Forest College Chicago made the selections from among 493 slides entered by 211 artists. Edward Pennebaker now serving As artist in residence with the Liberal school system is among the 43 painters and 12 sculptors chosen. Kansas three will be exhibited at the Mulvane Art Center Topeka from feb. 6-26. Schulze will View the artworks in Topeka before choosing the winners of the $2,050 in prizes to be awarded at the exhibition opening on feb. 6. Farmers protest to buy time it s too bad we have to do this to keep Farmers on the farm a Stan Irvin Sublette by Alan Montgomery Springfield Colo. Hns the Farmers who came Here tuesday from across the Midwest say they didst come a just to raise they came to buy time for a fellow Farmer and to direct Public attention to the vast number of american Farmers who Are near foreclosure or who have already lost their farms according to Willie wieck of Etter Texas. Despite the protests chants fist to fist Contact with riot squad deputies picketing tractor Cading and egg throwing the Public auction was conducted and the 320-acre farm of Jerry Wright of Campo Colo., was sold to the land Bank which held the mortgage on the property. Wieck said he was saddened to see Wrights farm sell. A Wright did nothing wrong. He maintained production of Milo right at the county wide average. If the Price of Milo would have stayed at $5 he would have been Able to keep up on his a whatever benefits if any the american Public received from Carters 1980 Grain embargo it was at the Cost of Jerry a farm a wieck said. It also Cost american Industry and american workers he said. A i can to buy products made by the Auto workers steel workers. I can to go to the cafe much because Ford and Carter put embargoes on grains. We had 70 percent of the world Grain Trade in 1976 now we have 17 percent a he said Quinter Kan., Farmer Darrell ringer 29, said his farm is not far behind Wrights. Ringer raises wheat feed Grain and registered cattle on his 740-acre farm. Ringer said he has Felt the sting of Low farm commodity prices. A we had a Good calf crop but we had to sell the mature cattle Herd in september. We had to find a Way to reduce loan interest Cost of the operation so we liquidated part of the a we believe there to be a solution to this depression and ifs necessary to get the Point across. We re not out to fight the Banks. Our position is this Selling out the Farmer at this time is not the answer. Its a result of not having parity farm pricing Congress should put prices up to parity. Not a subsidy we re talking about a floor Price like minimum wage a ringer said. During the last session of Congress hr-7111 was introduced the Bill would establish ceiling and floor prices for farm commodities and would set a minimum Price for imported Grain at 110 percent of parity he said �?ohr-7111 deals in grains and Cotton. We d like to see beef and milk included too a he said. There is a growing surplus of Dairy products and the Dairy Industry is being criticized for this he said. A but we still import More Dairy products than we Export according to us a figures a a just to shut them farm foreclosure auctions off is not the intent. The intent is to shut off the auctions until legislation is passed a he said. Ringer gave the following historical references in 1932, farm parity was at a Low of 54 percent within a year unemployment was up to 26 percent. A was parity Price Levels drop unemployment rises. Parity is once again at the 54 percent level As of november just watch the unemployment rate a he said. Wayne cryts 36, Puxico mo., who recently achieved National news Media exposure in his Battle to retrieve his soybeans from a bankrupt Missouri elevator was present in the crowd in front of the courthouse throughout the morning and afternoon cryts said he heard about the farm auction through Aam sources. Cryts said a the government has taken away our ability to make a profit. If we done to turn this farm Economy around we wont turn the National Economy around we want to convince people in the food lines this is not because farm prices Are too High a they Are too cheap if we can make a profit we can put them Back to work Quot a we want the Opportunity to keep Farmers on the farm until we can turn this economic situation around. With any seizure of property Over $20, you have the constitutional guarantee to a jury trial. Jerry Wright wants a jury trial. He feels a jury would listen to him a cryts said about 1-hour before the 10a in. Auction. Leaning against a tractor parked in front of the courthouse was Stan Irvin of Sublette Kan. Irving farms near Hays and operates Stan Irvin fertilizer co. At Sublette. A a in a trying to figure out ways and Means of keeping Farmers in business in be got a lot of customers in trouble All these Agri businesses Are in jeopardy the truckers manufacturers All in trouble. In a buying the land i farm in a in just As big a trouble As everybody else is a Irvin said James Hecker 44, an Oakley ran Farmer was standing near Irvin a am i feeling the Pinch a who in to i Hope we see More of this. People involved in Public interest i Hope the crowds get bigger a Hecker said Irvin agreed with Hecker and said. A a it a too bad we have to do this to keep Farmers on the farm this Winter s finance is going to be rougher than last Calvin Hoskinson 41, Satanta. Ran was listening to Irvin talk and stepped Forward a i lost my farm i was Active in Aam since 1977 i had to sell my machinery in 1980 i work for Stan Irvin Selling fertilizer. We had 500-acres of irrigated ground a wheat and Milo a we need Law but not All on one Side by Don its harness staff writer Scott Cit a a a a you be got to breathe and you be got to see a and when you re maced and tear gassed you can to do that show Scott county Farmer Duwane Patton described the confrontation tuesday in Springfield. Colo., when Law enforcement personnel dispersed a protesting crowd at a sheriffs Sale involving a Baca county farm. A we think we need Law but we done to need it All on one Side a he said. Quot you think you have some rights Quot Patton added Quot but when it comes to bucking the system you done to have any Farmers from Kansas the number Unest mated joined others of the american agriculture movement in Springfield for what they termed a peaceful protest of the Sale of a 320-acre Baca county farm belonging to Jerry Wright one Southwest Kansas Farmer reluctant to be a misquoted Quot said a we went out for a peaceful protest but when you re met with Force it s hard to be peaceful a wednesday a number of those same Kansas Farmers Are recovering from the effects of Mace and tear Gas Patton among them he said the real Story was not of the use of Force to disperse Farmers Quot the real Story is Why did the Man fail to make his payments a Why is this Man put off the land a a Patton questioned whether the Sale was Legal because Only one bid was taken and there were other bidders there he said to protect the rights of the Farmer whose land was being foreclosed. In an interview on the Abc television a night line program. Wright the Baca county Farmer and a founder of the american agriculture movement admitted he owed the Bank Money he said he was unable to make the payments because of Federal farm policies Over w hich he had no control a including a Grain embargo against the soviet Union imposed by president Carter and lifted by president Reagan that forced Grain prices Down $1 a Bushel Quot that made the difference in my making the payments or not. I feel my constitutional rights have been violated Here a Wright said adding he would take his fight to courts records show that Wright purchased his farm in 1975 for $85,000 and since that time had added irrigation Sale Price was $96,136.20 to the Federal land Bank of Wichita which held the deed several carloads of Farmers destined for Springfield went through Scott City tuesday Patton said but he had no idea How Many kansans w Ere there the Scott county Man said Law enforcement officials did not discriminate about who got the Mace two Small children were among those who were affected he said and he saw a reporter on the ground with a broken ankle but was unable to help her because he was unable to breathe. The Carload of Farmers Patton was with came Back before the Aam rally at Campo Colo. Tuesday night Library works through transition phase by Jane Neufeld staff writer the Library continued its transformation into a county Library As the Finney county Library Board discussed details of Library insurance maintenance and the possibility of building a new Library in its first official meeting tuesday night. Saturday the Library became a county Library instead of a City Library and a new county appointed Library Board took charge. The new boards first meeting was spent working out details of the change county commissioners Mike Merrill and Martin Huschka and county commissioner elect Cliff Hope also attended the meeting. Board members Mike Collins who was elected chairman tuesday night Loyd Milligan Irene Hastings Carolyn Myers and Andy Larson voted to retain the Library staff and director and accept the Library a inventory funds and the liability for All outstanding Bills for Normal operating expenses. In addition the Board decided to retain the Library a option to buy the Hutchison school site which the City Library Board had considered As a location for a new Library building. Merrill county commission chairman told the Board he had recently made an informal offer to give the school Board some of his land if the school Board would give the Hutchison school site to the Library Merrill said he made the suggestion to Robert Ragan us 457 business manager he has not yet heard a response Merrill said Merrill said he offered to give the school Board land on which the Board has an option to buy up to 12 acres the land Northwest of the City is on the vow Road about a Quarter mile North of us50 the school Board has considered the land As a possible site for a new elementary school. Merrill said the land was approximately the same value As the Hutchison school site which is offered at $50,000. The Library Board also voted to ask representatives from the architectural firm of Lyman Cobb and Benson to attend the next Board meeting and discuss the firms contract with the Library. The City Library Board had hired the firm in anticipation of building another Library or renovating the present Library building at 210 n 7th. County Library Board members postponed any action on retaining the contract until they could meet with representatives from the firm. The Board also decided to request a meeting with a representative from the Garden City insurance Board to discuss increasing the Library a insurance of contents. The Library a contents now Are insured for $142,000, but librarian Mary Ploger said her a conservative estimate Quot of the value of books shelves and equipment is $800,000 the Library has about 60,000 books she said Ploger said the staff is in the process of taking inventory and she should be Able to give the Board an idea of the contents value at the next Board meeting in february. Merrill agreed that a decision on increasing insurance should not be made immediately. He said the county commission wants to discuss the Library is insurance with the City to see who has the obligation to pay for insurance on the Library building the City is leasing the Library to the county for $1 a year and county commissioners have said they think that As a landlord the City should be responsible for insurance and maintenance of the building a ordinarily the owner carries the insurance on the building a Merrill said. Huschka said Quot they probably would if they charged us $5,000 a month the Library now has $350,000 of building insurance with annual premiums of $405 the City and county commissions Are scheduled to meet monday and county commissioners have said they want to discuss the Library in one of the few decisions not related to administrative details the Library Board gave Ploger permission to set up a remedial Reading program in the Library the City had allocated $2,400 for the program which will be designed to provide individual attention for children with Reading problems Ploger said the original idea was to provide help for elementary students but it was possible the program also would be offered to High school students the details of the program still need to be decided. Ploger said a it s going to take a lot of trial and error we realize she said. A it s not going to be easy a the Board postponed decisions on whether the Library employees should be paid twice a month As Are co my employees or once a month As they have been paid in the past on what kind of employee benefits Library employees should receive from the county and on whether the county Library should have a housewarming and offer Coffee and cookies to the Public. Cindy Tull new president of friends of the Library offered to help with an open House for the Library but the Board decided to wait and work out the difficulties of changing to a county Library before considering an open House besides Collins As new chairman other officers Are Milligan vice chairman Hastings Secretary and Myers treasurer meetings will be monthly on second tuesday markets from the Garden City Coop. 1 . Stocks wednesday today a noon Grain Mote new York i a i -1 pm stocks Quoin. .3.33 last Che wheat. Amr corp 23 a Milo. .3.98 Allied corp 33�?T. 1h Corn. .2.60 Allis Chaim Alcoa 9->� 30 1 <4 2 a brands 46 >4 Stock Market quotations from Heinold am Cyan am motors 354 7>. 4 securities inc., and commodities Amer tit 62&Quot. Is quotations from Heinold commodities Arkie atari child 17. 45�?T. 1 12 my ave corp 27-the Dow Jones average was up 4.69, at 1050.76. Beat food Beth steel Boeing 23 a 20�?T. 34�?~j >4 4 2 lbs 59-si a s. Cup. .21 celanese 47�?T4 14 Dillons 32&Quot. Cert teed 18 Elpaso 22&Quot, Cessna air 24 4 Helmrich Payne 19�?T. Chrysler 17s. 4 in 28. Com eds 25 i n nor 85. Comsat 714�? 14 Nat distillers. 24s Conti group 34 Roxy. 20 Cong gig 654 is Panhandle. 27�?T. Curtiss Wrt 434 4 run. 43 j do chem 264 Volero .24. Dupont 374�? % Silver feb. Bag Leach 15 is High. 1135 East Kodak 854 4 Low. La 18 Echo Inanc 194 standing. La 33 Emerson Al 594�? is Gou a War. Esmark s 564 i High 463 80 Exxon 30. 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