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Garden City Telegram (Newspaper) - January 5, 1983, Garden City, Kansas True immigration Reform not impossible today in Garden City by Antonia Hernandez the 97th Congress attempt to provide the country with immigration Reform died a few Days before a Christmas. In legislative debate and in some a not All a newspaper accounts of the congressional mane vering which occurred in those final heated Days and nights we hispanics were often Given the role of the villain. . Selfish. House speaker mip of Neill even used some Choice language with California representative Edward Roybal in his. Arm twisting efforts to get a Bill a any Bill a passed. With Many colleagues from the mexican american Legal defense amp education fund Malden spent countless hours this month in the Halls of Congress. We were there not to kill immigration Reform but to insure that the rights of hispanic americans and other a foreign looking americans were not abridged or abrogated by individuals who neither understood nor have experienced the discrimination we hispanics have endured in our uneven Progress As americans. The legislation we opposed failed to provide additional enforcement dollars for the immigration amp naturalization service while calling for unenforceable employer sanctions which in effect a invited employers to discriminate hispanic link against . Hispanics with impunity. It offered to cure the problem of too Many immigrants with an h-2 provision which would bring in a minimum of 175,000 guest workers. It contained provisions allowing Long time undocumented residents to remain Here Only under grossly restrictive and punitive terms and conditions a an officially sanctioned . Underclass. We were a on the Hill past Midnight and on weekends whenever the debate and occasion demanded. We were there because we were extremely concerned that such non Reform elements would dilute our democracy and Divide us. What happened in those final hours of decision and debate gives me Hope that True immigration Reform is not an impossibility. For other reasons it also gives me Pride. There were some positive actions too i. The congressional hispanic caucus a whose numbers will increase from 8 toll next year displayed a Unity and commitment unequalled in its 6-year history. During the debate its members were Ever present United and vocal. 2. Other members of the . House of representatives recognized a Many for the first time a that the issues and fears which groups such As Malden and the league of United latin american citizens had been expounding on for months were not just concerns of civil rights organizational activists. They saw genuine apprehension in the eyes of their minority colleagues and heard it in their voices. 3. For the first time hispanics saw a forceful Black Brown coalition work on a primarily hispanic Issue. Black members Felt out fears in their gut and led by such men As Texas Mickey Leland California s Ron Dellums and Augustus Hawkins and Michigan s John Conyers they were eloquent in the debate Resolute in their support. 4. Also for the first time Congress Felt the Impact of what its hispanic members a few As they Are a can do. Hispanic representatives played the a a games by the other Guys rules and they made their Point. The congressional establishment has Learned a lesson we Hope. Latino legislators organizational leadership and individuals want immigration Reform. We want to eliminate the country a shadowy subclass of undocumented workers As much As a or More than a anyone else does. The undocumented so often pushed by our foreign policy decisions and encouraged by our hypocritical a hot and cold spigot immigration policies remain the biggest victims of inaction. If any statement can be made about what happened to immigration Reform in the 97th Congress it is that Reform was killed by some outlandish provincial attitudes and selfish interests which went against the National Grain and interest. As for the role hispanics played we stood up to be counted we led a successful fight to kill a Bill which had become a piece of racist nativist legislation unworthy of consideration by the nations lawmakers Antonia Hernandez is associate counsel of the mexican american Legal defense amp education fund in Washington d.c., where she directs its capital staff or. My. Niedens or. . Niedens chiropractic office 811n. Main Garden City freq to . 8 3012 00 Washington a Walter f. Mondale has filed a a statement of candidacy form with the Federal election commission but insists people jump to any conclusions. This week s interest rate on Western state s 6-month Money Market certificate a rate for new investment a on Money Market certificates a j rate for investment on a renewals of matured a Money Market certificates b 8.326% effective wednesday Jan. 5 thru tuesday Jan. 11,1983 Money Market certificates of $10,000 or More which Are purchased this week at Western state earn at the above rate. Federal regulations prohibit compounding of interest til Chi 2764128 for further information Western state Bank la 1482 e. Kim go Danty. Al. Member Foj a a. Sub it penalty required for Rny a. Uny a wins Sam a win luncheon features thursday bbl pork rib dinner.3.25 Friday mexican dinner plate.3.49 saturday meat loaf dinner.3.25 sunday Swiss Steak dinner.3.25 monday polish sausage/kraut.3.09 tuesday mexican dinner plate.3.49 a a a a a a a. Wednesday Chicken Fried Steak dinner.3.25 Geld weeder features 7 Days a week 11 00 . 800 pm. Dillons super Chili bowl.$1.29 homemade beef Stew bowl.$1.69 served with fresh baked hard Rolls a Ham and Beans a bowl.$1.69 served with homemade Cornbread Chicken and noodles a bowl.$1.69 served with fresh baked hard Rolls. A Nom maturing hush dts won go Tob open 7 00 sjn.-8 00 pan. Loaded to Eastgate 1305 l Kanas the former vice president who is generally regarded As the Early front runner for the 1984 democratic presidential nomination filed the form monday but accompanied it with a letter insisting his action a is not and does not imply a formal declaration of candidacy at this time a the form asks what office is sought a president of the United states a a replied Mondale. The a Mondale for president committee is identified As the com Mittee formed to further the candidacy. This delicate dance around the question of whether Mondale is or is not a presidential candidate is choreographed by the requirements of Federal election Law which requires potential candidates to file declarations of candidacy if they receive or spend More than $5,000 in their Effort to decide whether or not to run no one expects Mondale to follow the example of Edward m Kennedy who decided not to pursue the 1984 nomination it was the Massachusetts senators announcement on i that propelled Mondale into the front runners role. Former gov Reubin Askew of Florida also took an official step monday toward formal candidacy. He did no to file a form but accomplished the same thing with a letter to the Fec in which he said a while a formal announcement or declaration of candidacy for the democratic nomination has not been made i am taking this action because i anticipate receiving contributions or making expenditures in excess of $5,000 which May Well fall beyond the terms of the testing the Waters sen Alan Cranston a Cali sent a similar letter to the commission last november Sens. John Glenn of Ohio and Ernest f. Hoi Lings of South Carolina Are expected to file with the commission later this week an aide to sen Gary Hart of Colorado said he is in no hurry to shift from his current a testing the Waters status sen Dale bumpers of Arkansas and rep Morris Udall of Arizona Are seriously considering joining the growing Field of potential democratic candidates the establishment of a Campaign committee also is a necessary preliminary to qualifying for Federal Matching funds to qualify for such government Aid a candidate must raise $5,000 in each of 20 states from individual contributions of no More than $250 once a candidate qualifies the government matches All contributions Dollar for Dollar Bill sets Bond notice Topeka ran. A Senate minority Leader Jack Steineger said tuesday he has profiled a Bill which would require 24 hours notice be Given to victims and their immediate families when Bond hearings Are held for those charged with committing violent crimes. The Kansas City ran., Democrat said his Bill if enacted would require notification when Bond hearings Are scheduled on cases involving death rape or bodily harm. Richard Larimore Steineger a administrative assistant said the Bill a which will be received into introduction in the Senate when the legislature convenes monday a was in direct response to a Case in Kansas City ran. Donald Houghton 39, a suspended Hospital admissions tuesday Fern Burton 2212 n. 6th Nila Johnson Liberal Ralph Leonard Copeland William Nelson 1526 n. 12th Khoe Thi Nguyen 509 n. 12th Benjamin Omo Cimarron Joseph Paradeis Holly Colo. John Purcell 907 n. 4th sister Maria Rios 802 n 4th Frank Walker Hugoton Thomas Watkins ii Lakin Kelly wiggers Ingalls Muriel Wilson Hugoton Irene Winter 1912 c Theresa Leavitt 2601 w Mary Victor Murillo 1308 w. Fulton Glen Owens Martin Mobile Home Park #155 Hilda Owens Martin Mobile Park #155 fathering Owens Martin Mobile Park #155 dismissals Arteaga and baby girl 805 Inge Gerald Chastain Shawnee. Okla mrs Sandra German and baby boy 1510 n 13th mrs. Lupe Guerra. 508 w Fulton David Haggard Lakin Vern Hibler. Pierceville Richard Kuhlmann 2111 c mrs Lucille Mah 710 e. Thompson Eva minks. Dighton Jesus Morales. 1309 n 8th Roy Morris Oakley Violet Smith. 618 n. Loth Wayne Stormont. Dighton mrs Cai Thi Dang Van and baby girl 2401 w Kansas #324 mrs Mary Ming Dighton courts municipal court Timothy Aho. 18. 2401 w Kansas #221, resisting an officer fined $ to Tracy Jacka 22, Bader s trailer court �47, shoplifting. $100 Bond for l i ted it s a natural1 Mondale files but not formally i applets it c0tlets i % Price i i i olde worlds imports 503 n. Main 275-6044 r notice i All residents of Finney county who own Mobile Homes must declare them and their location to the county appraiser by March 1, 1983. This can be done by Telephone 276-3051 ext. 114 amp j Kansas City. Ran., police officer was released on $100,000 Bond on 27 after being charged with shooting to death his estranged wife and her sister a the Bill also provides that the victim if living and the family be allowed to testify and present evidence a Steineger said in a Public statement. A victims of violence and their families have a vital interest in the pretrial release of violent offenders they should have both the right to know when the Bond hearing is being held and the right to testify. A the Public interest is not served by returning violent offenders to the streets to threaten victims and families this Bill would give courts a better Opportunity to make sensible informed decisions on granting Bond for people charged with violent crimes a t january clearance now in Progress sweaters Reg to $40 of skirts Reg $16 of to $24 of 20% off 20-50% off blouses Reg to $21 of s773 sg66 Many new blouses Are added daily to this sale1 ji.,. Shop Al p4uiim1 s Quot he oooo iou is Moi Kwh Fulvi amp 119h main Calden Cliv i it phone 275 7801 a j open Mon sat 9 30 b 30 j a snowed under by expense see us for some extra Cash associated Bankers co. Inc. It an investment certificate co. 1021 Fleming Garden City phone 275-4148 pet shop inventory reduction 40% All Stock items 3 Days Only unit Fri. Sat. Only to animals 50% 275-1902 a Cufr cage8 a off Bim is applies Sale does not include science diet products wards pet shop 275-1902 i % Miles n. 5 it. On . 83

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