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Garden City Telegram (Newspaper) - March 17, 1990, Garden City, Kansas Page 2 Garden City Telegram saturday March 17. 1990the weather Kansas weather former state legislator Kansas weather Topeka apr mild conditions were forecast for today in Kansas but cooler weather was expected sunday the National weather service said today a highs should in the Low to mid-6qs lows tonight should drop to the mid-30s. Cooler weather was expected sunday with highs from 50 to 55 in the North to near 60 near the Southern Border the extended forecast called for Little no precipitation monday through wednesday. Highs should in the 40s monday then upper 50s to mid-60s tuesday and mainly in the 50s wednesday. Lows should in the 20s monday and 30s tuesday lows wednesday were expected to in the 30s Northwest to the upper 30s to lower 40s elsewhere. Highs Friday ranged from 66 in Coffeyville to 51 in Manhattan. Pre Dawn lows were from 42 in Pittsburg to 26 in Goodland. Kansas temperatures Topeka apr High and Low temperatures and precipitation for the 24 Horn ended at 6 . Saturday Beloit 55 32 Chanute 57 37 Coffeyville 66 40 Concordia 52 34 Dodge City 57 30 Emporia 52 Garden City Airport 58 27 Goodland 52 26 Hutchinson 55 34 Pittsburg 55 42 Russell 56 32 Salina 54 37 Topeka 52 31 Wichita 53 32 Kansas extended Kansas extended forecast monday through wednesday Little a no precipitation highs in 40s monday then upper 50s to mid 60s tuesday highs wednesday mainly in 50s. Lows in 20s monday Aud the 306 tuesday. Lows wednesday in 30s Northwest to upper 30s to lower 40s elsewhere local area forecast partly Cloudy tonight with a Low in the Low 30s and North winds at to to 15 mph. Partly Cloudy sunday with a High in the upper 50s and North winds at to to 20 mph Sunrise sunday 6 51 Sunset sunday 6 53 Garden City records record Low temperature this Date minus 3 in 1924 record High temperature this Date 85 in 1916 High temperature this Date year ago 74. Low temperature this Date year ago 26. Precipitation so far this year 4 20 inches precipitation this time year ago 48 an Inch. Longtime precipitation average through february 80ofaninch March i 95inches. Data furnished Southwest Kansas research Extension Center regional forecasts Missouri a Clear to partly Cloudy today tonight and sunday highs in the 50s and lower 60s lows tonight in the 30s Iowa a partly Cloudy and Windy today highs in the 40s North to around 50 South partly Cloudy and colder tonight and sunday. Lows tonight mostly 20s. Highs sunday 30s North to 40s South Nebraska a partly sunny today. Highs 50s to near 60. Partly Cloudy tonight with lows in the 20s. Partly Cloudy and cooler sunday highs 40s to near 50 Colorado a partly Cloudy through sunday. Widely scattered Snow showers in the Northern and Central mountains tonight and sunday with a few rain Snow showers in the East. A bit warmer today but cooler in the East sunday. Highs today 30s and lower 40s mountains and Northwest 50s Southwest mid-50s to mid-60s East. Lows tonight teens to mid-20s mountains and High valleys mid-20s to mid-30s elsewhere highs sunday 30 to 40 mountains and Northwest. 50s Southwest upper 40b to near 60 East. Oklahoma a tonight increasing cloudiness North and fair South lows mostly 40s sunday fair to partly Cloudy with highs in the 60s nation s weather the associated press the Southeast faced More thunderstorms today and flooding that washed out roads damaged Homes dawned Power lines and sent residents in search higher ground in parts Georgia Alabama. Florida and Mississippi. Much Georgia was under Flash flood warnings today after schools and roads were closed in the states Northwest where High winds and falling Trees knocked out Power and damaged Homes rain Early today stretched from the great lakes to the Central Gulf coast and to the mid Atlantic states. Snow fell in portions Minnesota and North Dakota. The deluge rain flooded highways and Homes in Many Alabama counties in Coffee county authorities said virtually All county roads were impassable. All roads in the Florida county Santa Rosa were closed Friday from Milton to the Alabama line about 35 Homes in Jackson county miss., were flooded 14 inches rain that fell in two Days officials said elsewhere numerous High temperature records for the Date were set including 82 degrees in new York and in Newark. N j. The nations hot spots Friday were Florida s fort Myers and Lakeland which had highs 90 degrees nation s temperatures temperatures indicate Friday s High and overnight Low to 7 am Cost saturday. Sunday March 18 acc weather forecast for daytime conditions and High temperatures neb Colby 52� Colo. Mill Salina 53� a Topeka 54 Garden City 55c Wichita 59c Pittsburg Quot 57� okla. Don Christy dead at 80 x \ \ \ \ showers to storms rain flurries sunny i. Cloudy Cloudy . Albuquerque Amarillo Anchorage Asheville Atlanta Atlantic City Austin Baltimore Billings Birmingham Bismarck Boise Hilo pre Tolk 82 65 55 27 57 31 35 21 63 57 3.25 Rich Etty their 66 54 5.56 cd in cd 78 56 73 50 79 60 51 33 to cd 62 49 1.23 cd 46 33 61 42 via associated press graphics net Boston Brownsville Buffalo Burlington it. Casper Charleston w a. Charlotte no. Cheyenne Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Columbia . Columbus Ohio Concord, Dallas it Worth Dayton Denver Des Moines Detroit Duluth Elpaso Evansville Fairbanks Fargo Flagstaff grand rapids great Falls Greensboro. No. Hartford Helena Honolulu Houston Indianapolis Jackson miss Jacksonville Juneau Kansas City Las vegas Little Rock los 01990 acc weather inc. 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Wichita Wilkes Barre Wilmington Del National temperature extremes High Friday afternoon 90 at Lakeland and fort Myers Fla Low saturday morning oat Gunnison. Colo 42 35 65 49 61 56 84 69 49 28 63 47 82 69 68 53 68 44 51 36 75 41 77 54 72 51 80 73 15 52 in 51 36 51 cd cd re cd Clr cd cd cd cd cd Clr Clr cd in Clr in 60 48 05 cd 69 46 Clr 42 33 04 Clr 57 41 cd 80 54 17 cd 87 71 Clr 52 36 cd 71 41 63 43 Clr cd Scott City a funeral for Don Christy 80, will 2 . Monday at the first Christian Church Scott City the Rev. Jeff Knighton presiding. Burial will in Scott county cemetery. Or. Christy died March 15, 1990, at Park Lane nursing Home Scott City. Born nov. 23, 1909, at Scott City he married Helen Shedd May 28, Christy 1 9 3 3, at Manhattan. He was a lifelong Scott City resident and a Farmer Stockman and banker. He was a graduate Kansas state University in 1933 and Texas in 1934. He was president and later chairman the Board the first National Bank Scott City served two terms in the Kansas Senate was a member and chairman the Kansas agriculture water and soil conservation boards and was listed in the who a who in engineering and Usa and world government. Or. Christy served the Kansas state University engineering advisory Council and the Kansas state Deans club. He received a fellow degree in the american society agriculture engineers and was inducted into the engineers Hall Fame Manhattan in 1989. He was a member the . Department agriculture equipment and structures committee. He wag a member the first Christian Church past president the Scott qty Lions club a member the Scott City chamber Commerce and the Kansas livestock association and a past member the Scott county and Kansas state fair boards. Survivors include his wife the Home two sons Donald o., san Diego Calif., and Arthur e., Austin Texas a daughter Alice Lay Oak Ridge Tenn. A brother Richard b., Scott City two Sisters Dorothy Whitney Utica and Roberta Bridges King City Calif. And eight grandchildren. Friends May Call until 9 . Today from 9 . To 9 . Sunday and until service time monday at Price and sons funeral Home Scott City. Memorials to the Church the vip senior citizens Center in care the funeral Home. Dwight Hoopingarner Manter a funeral for Dwight n. Hoopingarner 73, Manter will to . Monday at the United methodist Church in Manter the Rev. Chuck Mattix officiating. Burial will in Johnson cemetery Johnson. Or. Hoopingarner died March 15, 1990, at St. Francis regional medical Center Wichita. Born oct. 1,1916, he married Julia Halderman july 24, 1938, at Syracuse. He was a lifelong resident Manter and a retired rancher and Farmer. He was a member the Johnson masonic Lodge amp am no. 441, the Wichita consistory and the Midian shrine and was former mayor Manter and a former member the Stanton county Hospital Board and the Manter Grade school Board. Survivors include his wife the Home two sons Larry Manter and Frank Syracuse a brother George Manter to grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Memorials to Victory in the Valley Lodge Wichita. 81 65 03 cd 55 37 cd 76 64 07 cd 79 59 02 in hospitals dateline. Southwest Kansas photographer Speaks Tribune a Chris Ochsner photo journalist for the Hutchinson news spoke this week at the Tribune rotary club meeting. He displayed the photo equipment he uses his Job and showed a number pictures he has taken. Some them have won National awards. Ochsner grew up Here. He is the son . And mrs. Warren Ochsner Tribune. Gym to biker Stop Syracuse the us 494 Board education voted monday to permit Bike across Kansas participants to stay overnight at Barney Akers gym their journey East june 8. Preaching at Home Dighton the Rev. Linda Mcmillen associate pastor the Manhattan Christian Church will preach sunday morning at the Dighton first Christian Church her Home Church. She is the wife Kent Mcmillen and the daughter . And mrs. Grant Hyames jr., Dighton. Geometry As Art Lakin a a fractal geometry a the Mandelbrot set is the unique design exhibit now display at the Kearny county Bank. It is the work Tim Warkentin mathematics instructor at Lakin High school. The designs were computed an Apple ills computer and then finished and framed. The fractal Mandelbrot set is the most Complex object in mathematics and the most Beautiful Warkentin explained. The set is called a a fractal because a Quality known As a self improvements Start Ulysses a an extensive main Street improvement project was started this week As Crews began removing old pavement. Progress also is being made Airport improvements. A preliminary title opinion has been completed and most the easements have been acquired. The next step will to gain approval leases. New roof needed Leoti a the critical problems the roof at the Wichita county High school were discussed at the us 467 Board meeting. Roof replacement is one the boards Short term goals. The Board also approved hiring a structural Engineer to inspect the older sections the r. B. Stewart elementary school and the Wichita county Junior High school for aging and structural damages. Grading questioned Cimarron a the grading scale approved for the District last year was attacked Larry Burkhart Board member As inaccurate and not equitable. At a Board meeting last week he said the Way the 4.0 scale is designed it functions the same As an 11.0 scale. A Hie problem is that it lacks an a plus and that results in that there is nothing to offset an a minus. We Are penalizing the very Best student in any class a he said. Steve hefty Cimarron High school principal defended the scale saying half his staff does not believe in the Grade a plus. Basketball for prom Sublette a High school and Grade school faculty will play a senior class team in a basketball classic Challenge �?T90, March 27. Proceeds will go to the after prom party committee. Grootes go to Lyons Tribune a the revs. Susan and Marvin groote will leave Here april 16 for new posts in Lyons. For the past three years the husband and wife ministry team served the first presbyterian Church Here and the Parks presbyterian Church in Leoti. In Lyons Marvin groote will pastor the first presbyterian Church and his wife will Parish associate pastor the Lyons Church and pastor the Community presbyterian Church at Chase. Top cookie seller Ulysses a Selling More than 500 boxes cookies made Natasha Lane Ulysses this years top Grant county girl scout cookie seller. She is the daughter Sandy and Billy county easter cantata Montezuma a a symphony Praise is this years easter cantata sponsored the Gray county ministerial Alliance. Practices alternate Between the Montezuma methodist Church and the Cimarron United methodist Church. On april 8, the cantata will performed in Montezuma and april 9, it will presented in Cimarron. Haskell plans course Satanta a approximately 60 men and women from Sublette and Satanta met Here last week to discuss the possibilities constructing a Golf course land to donated Ethel Ungles. The site is West and South Satanta along k-56, just East the Panhandle Eastern compressor station. Russell Winter and Dale Kite were in charge the meeting. Joiner Texas Board Lakin Carl Joiner Kingwood Texas a Lakin High school graduate in 1968, has been selected to serve a three year term the Board directors the North Houston chamber Commerce. He is president Joiner partnership inc., architects planners Interior designers. His parents Are Arthur and Violet Joiner North Star it. Nos inductees Cimarron inductees for the Cimarron High school Honor society Are Greg Myers Chris Thomas Kathy Schriner Angi Davis Kristi Byrd Joel Glunt Michelle Schlesener Sayra Knobbe Kim Kramer Rhesa Dohrmann and Jacquemai. Healy out Coop Healy a the Healy school District is asking permission to withdraw from the High Plains educational Coop because it is too far from the Center. The District Hopes to join a cooperative offering special education services nearer to its schools. More dateline Page i St. Catherine Hospital admissions Friday from Garden City Gavriel Carrera Margo deck Patricia Reyes Francis Romine Sharon k. Sullivan Frankie Harmon. Dighton Velma a. Bradstreet Carlos Roberts. Granada Colo Kenneth Dawson. Leoti Glenn Ford. Hugoton Willard Kirkland. Liberal Hiram a. Salley. Lakin Donald Summers. Dismissals Friday from Garden City Vicki Bulkley and baby girl baby boy Garcia Justin j. Hergert Elmer j. Kiss Maynard Richmeier Nancy l. Robinson Verna Ward David Wright. Lakin Michael Broadfoot. Cimarron Nathan Koehn. Ingalls Jana r. Millershaski and baby boy. Scott City Barbara j. Summers and baby boy. Sharon Springs Elizabeth m. Swanson. St. Thomas episcopal Church main a Walnut 276-3173 holy communion 8 it 1015 a in sunday school 9 . Nursery provided wednesday evening service 7 . 9 Auto parts store . Sat. Sun. 7 30-7 00 7 30-5 00 9 004 00 phone 276-1393 the Telegram 275-7105 toll free 1-800-827-1078 published monday through saturday afternoons except new years Day memorial Day Independence Day labor Day thanksgiving and Chris unas at 310 n seventh the Telegram publishing co inc Jim blown editor and publisher John frasier. Managing editor Kent ?Ttoale.advertising manager Tom manager Kenneth alien composing Foreman Robert lie la Foreman subscription information single copy 35 Amu daily Carrier dab very Hoo month plus lax motor delivery h a month Phis tax mail Neath Pius tax second class postage paid at Garden City is67846 it usps213600 postmaster Send change address p Box 968. 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