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Garden City Telegram (Newspaper) - May 9, 1986, Garden City, Kansas Kansas weather Topeka. Kan apr thunderstorms dumped More than three inches it ram on por Lions of Kansas during the night swelling some streams and Rivers to flood stage today the National weather service said the weather service said the heaviest Rains fell in Elgin w Here 3 77 inches was recorded Dur my a 24-hour period ending at 6 a in other rainfall totals included Hutchinson 3 26. Salina i is. Topeka i 06. Coffeyville 62 and Chanute 47 Mill Creek near Paxico in Northeast Kansas was expected to Crest today at 23 feet about four feet Over flood stage the weather service said the Black Vermillion River at Frankfort should reach three to four feet above flood stage by tonight the forecast for today called for scattered thunderstorms in the East moving across Cen tra Kansas by afternoon highs will Range from the 70s to Low 80s mostly Cloudy skies and a Chance of thunderstorms were expected across Central and Eastern Kansas tonight with partly Cloudy conditions in the West lows should Range from the up per 30s in the Northwest to the Low 60s in the East the forecast for saturday called for mostly sunny skies in Central and Western areas with Cloudy skies and a Chance of thunderstorms in the East highs were expected in the mid-60s in the Northwest to the Low 80s in the Southeast the weather service said there would be a Chance of thunderstorms across the state from sunday through tuesday lows should be in the 50s sunday warming to the upper 50s to Low 60s by tuesday highs were expected in the 70s Sun Day and the upper 70s to mid-80s by tuesday highs thursday ranged from 85 at Pittsburg to 72 at Salina lows varied from 32 at Goodland to 65 at Pittsburg Kansas temperatures High and Low temperatures and precipitation for the 24 hours ended at 7 a in Friday Belleville 73 58. 24 Beloit 74 58 41 Chanute 80 62 47 Coffeyville 83 61 62 Concordia 74 57 23 Dodge City 75 42 28 Garden City 83 36 Goodland 74 32 Hutchinson 73 50 3 26 Pittsburg 85 65 Russell 74 44 of Salina 72 57 i 18 Topeka 74 63 1 06 Wichita 78 61 04 Kansas extended Kansas extended forecast sunday through tuesday a Chance of showers and thunderstorms each Day High in 70s sunday upper 70s to mid 80s tuesday Low in 50s sunday. Upper 50s to Low 60s tuesday local area forecast mostly Clear Friday night with lows in the Mic to upper 40s and North winds. 5-15 Mph sunny or saturday with highs 75-80 and Gusty North winds. 10-20 Mph Sunrise saturday 6 39 Sunset saturday 8 42 Garden City records record High temperature this Date 92 in 1914 record Low temperature this Date 27 in 1946 High temperature this Date year ago 85 Low temperature this Date year ago 59 precipitation so far this year i 94 precipitation this time year ago 4 21 inches data furnished by Garden City Experiment station it regional forecasts Missouri partly Cloudy through saturday with a Chance of thunderstorms High today 80s i of tonight 60s High saturday upper 70s to mid-80s Nebraska a morning Snow and ram Panhandle with locally hazardous driving Condi Lions otherwise scattered showers Breezy West and variable cloudiness East with a Chance of afternoon thunderstorms High 50s Northwest 70s to around 80 East partly Cloudy West tonight with a few showers mostly Cloudy East with a Chance of thunderstorms Low 30s West to 50s East mostly sunny West saturday partly sunny East with a slight Chance of thundershowers Oklahoma a considerable cloudiness tonight with scattered thunderstorms possibly severe Central and East mostly fair West Low in deaths Cecil j. Ford Elkhart a funeral for Cecil j. Ford 75. Elkhart will be at to a m. Saturday at the first Baptist Church Elkhart the Rev. John Durham officiating. Burial will be at Elkhart cemetery. He died wednesday at Morton county Hospital. Elkhart. Born nov. 19, 1910, at Orleans ind., he married Ethelyn Ketchum May 9, 1937, at Elkhart. A retired wheat Farmer or. Ford had been an Elkhart resident for almost 45 years. He was a member of the first Baptist Church Elkhart. Surviving Are his wife Elkhart two sons Kenneth Keyes okla and Jim Nashville Tenn. A daughter Teresa ask in Mulvane two Brothers Vernon Cochise ariz., and Edsel Holly Oak n c. Two Sisters Lois Burton Boyce City okla and Estelene Milburn Rolla five grandchildren and two great grandchildren friends May Call All Day Friday at the Harrell funeral Home Elkhart. Memorials to the Church building fund Andrew m. Denio Ulysses a Andrew Matthew Denio infant son of John Rodriguez and Donna Rae Denio Stafford died shortly after birth tuesday at Wesley medical Center Wichita among the survivors Are the baby a grandparents or. And mrs. Ignacio Rodriguez Ulysses. Funeral will be at 2 . Sunday at Peacock Milton funeral Chapel. Stafford the Rev. Charles Dixon officiating. Burial will be in Stafford cemetery. Lela a. Reuszer Liberal a funeral for Lela Agnes Reuszer Liberal will be at 1 30 saturday at the Assembly of god Liberal the Rev. Ron Fleig officiating. Burial will be in Union Center cemetery Adams okla she died wednesday at Community Hospital Elk City okla among the survivors Are a sister Lona Belle Miller Garden City Timothy Vav. Moree Satanta a Timothy Wayne Moree 20. Satanta died thursday at his Home. Funeral arrangements will be announced by the Haskell county funeral Home Sublette the forecast for 8 pin. Edt sat., May 10 fronts warm cold it it showers ram flurries Snow occluded stationary workers Hail Victory Low 40s Panhandle to upper 60s East partly Cloudy saturday with scattered thunderstorms mainly East High 80s Colorado a variable Clouds today with scattered showers and thunderstorms least numerous Southeast showers mixed with Snow above 6000 feet High 40s to Low 50s mountains. Mid 50s to midst lower elevations showers ending evening Clear to partly Cloudy late tonight and saturday tonight 30 to 30 mountains and High valleys. 30 to 40 elsewhere High Satur Day 50s and Low 60s mountains upper 60s and 70s at lower elevations nation s weather by the associated press Snow piled up in sections of Montana today and prompted travellers warnings in Wyoming while rain and thunderstorms ranged from the West in to the nations midsection a Flash flood watch was posted in Central and Northeast Texas Thunder storms overnight extended from Southwest Texas into Northeast Texas after spawning a Tornado in Edmund. Okla. On thursday that damaged houses and caused injuries a storm warning was in effect in the mourn gains and Foothills of Central and Eastern Mon Tana Snow was a foot deep in the mountains of Central Montana and More was predicted a line of thunderstorms stretched from Southeastern South Dakota through Eastern portions of Nebraska and Kansas nation s temperatures temperatures overnight Low to 7 y Albuquerque Amarillo Anchorage Asheville Atlanta Atlantic City Austin Baltimore Billings Boston Brownsville Buffalo Casper Charleston a c Charleston a a Charlotte no Cheyenne Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland conc Ord n h Dallas it Worth Dayton Denver Des Moines Detroit Duluth Elpaso Evansville Fairbanks Fargo Flagstaff grand rapids Groat Falls Greensboro. N c Hartford Helena Honolulu Houston Indianapolis Jacksonville Juneau Kansas City Las vegas Little Rock los Angeles Louisville Lubbock Memphis Miami Beach 42 38 73 73 39 89 59 56 39 50 45 37 52 26 of 68 46 43 35 19 81 58 55 39 of 43 38 09 87 75 80 73 80 53 88 62 92 64 43 38 03 81 63 03 77 53 87 67 93 74 58 83 55 82 46 90 69 81 69 indicate thursday s High and a in cd fridas i 1.0 pre Tolk 61 35 02 Clr 59 37 Cir 77 41 Clr 48 36 in 78 45 Clr 90 63 Clr 71 48 Clr 84 67 04 cd 78 52 cd 37 32 66 Cdv 48 42 Clr 88 76 cd 61 47 cd 56 36 07 cd 38 31 07 Cdv 84 69 Clr 78 46 Clr 85 62 Clr 41 31 09 cd 65 47 in 79 50 Clr 63 47 Clr 92 63 08 Clr 75 50 Clr 47 35 to cd 84 60 87 cd 75 45 Clr 44 35 24 Clr 81 62 96 cd 71 47 Clr Midland Odessa 84 51 Milwaukee 52 42 mils St Paul 63 53 26 Nashville 88 60 new Orleans 87 69 new York City 70 45 74 52 North Platte 72 41 09 Oklahoma City 82 61 45 Omaha 81 58 89 Orlando 91 67 Philadelphia 75 50 Phoenix 81 60 Pittsburgh 71 48 45 36 06 64 48 Providence 50 42 Raleigh 82 54 rapid City 45 41 72 Reno 61 33 Richmond 79 52 Sacramento 80 55 St Louis 89 67 12 Salt Lake City 48 41 69 san Antonio 85 73 san Diego 69 56 san Francisco 72 54 san r 84 72 St Ste Marie 64 38 Seattle 62 47 Shreveport 85 65 31 Sioux Falls 82 60 1 31 Spokane 65 39 Syracuse 57 47 Tampa St per Sig 87 69 Topeka 76 63 i 06 Tucson 78 48 Tulsa 83 68 Washington do 78 53 Wichita 78 61 04 Wilkes Barre 66 45 77 49 National temperature extremes High thursday a 101 at Laredo Texas Low Friday morning a 22 at Gunnison. Colo Clr cd in in Clr Clr cd Clr Clr in in cd cd cd cd Clr in Clr Clr Clr in cd Clr cd in cd cd Clr cd Clr cd cd Clr Clr Clr Clr cd in Clr Clr cd Clr cd Clr in cd cd Clr cd cd cd in cd cd in cd Clr cd Clr cd cd cd Clr Cdv Chicago apr a judge s order ending a six Day strike against Santa be railway co. A is a Victory for our people a a Union official says. A Well go Back to work and hopefully they la abide by the Law Quot Merrill Eastman general chairman of the United transportation Union said thursday night. Earlier thursday after the agreement was announced Santa be spokeswoman Susan Metcalf said. A the railway agreed that it would not operate trains without Union employees a the unions agreed that they would terminate the work stoppage and take necessary Steps to end picketing As expeditiously As possible a she added operations were expected to resume today on two Amtrak passenger trains Between the Midwest and the West coast cancel de because of the strike said Amtrak spokeswoman Debbie mar Siniak. Two other Amtrak trains that had been rerouted to avoid Santa be lines also were to resume their nor Mal routes. The strike called by two unions gradually Back on track railway service is gradually getting Back on track in Garden City following the to thursday settlement of the Santa be strike. A a everybody a working a a said Francis Egbert Santa be agent. Egbert said there was very Little disruption to the Santa i e freight train traffic in Garden City during the strike. The main change noticed by area travellers was that Amtrak service was unavailable during the strike. Because Amtrak is operated by Santa be workers who Cross picket lines the Amtrak service was brought to a halt. Amtrak service should be Back to Normal beginning saturday morning in Garden City according to local spokesman Mike Evans. The first train heading West from Kansas City to los Angeles will pass through town at 7 37 a in. Saturday the first train heading East through Garden City will arrive at 11 28 saturday. Representing a total of 9,300 workers stemmed from the use of non Union labor in the test run saturday of an experimental rail car designed to operate on either roadways or rails fifteen unions representing 10,000 other workers honoured picket lines slowing Santa be s freight operations in the 13 states a including Missouri and Kansas a it serves to 65 percent to 75 percent of Normal with those trains run by supervisors late wednesday the striking unions filed a request for a temporary restraining order against the railroads using its experimental car with non Union employees said Robert Hart an attorney for the Cleveland based United transportation Union the unions had maintained it was a Clear contract violation for the Railroad to operate with non Union personnel no grudges after bites fort Scott Kan. A an 82-year-old fort Scott woman who was attacked by a pit Bull terrier says she intends to visit with the dog after it gets out of the Pound. Mable list received cuts in the attack that required 200 stitches to her face right ear and right hand authorities said the woman had gone to a neighbors Home Early wednesday morning to pet the dog. Which was attached to a Chain a i was just telling him a you re a hospitals admissions thursday from Garden City Tara Bowden William Crotinger John Delgado Delma Diaz Monique Kessler. Debra Lehman Alma pallares Manter Curtis scrivner. Dismissals thursday from Garden City baby girl Amaya Richard Brooks Soila Salazar Bessie Tabor Samantha Warren. Buffalo okla Edith Bartlett Dodge City Auturo Carrillo. Sublette Jodi Hartnett. Syracuse Norman Palmer. Kalvesta Earl Simmons Leoti Gayle Sorenson. New state Laws the topic update for City officials Southwest Kansas City officials thursday night were updated on new state Laws affecting cities in a meeting with representatives of the Kansas league of municipalities. A we spend More time defensively than offensively a said Ernie Mosher. League executive Secretary of his organizations efforts in Topeka Mosher and league attorney Jim Kaup spent nearly two hours reviewing new Laws with the group of 21 City officials eight Southwest Kansas communities were represented at the meeting in the City administrative Center. Discussion covered new legislation concerning zoning taxes and City county relations. A veto from gov. John Carlin this year killed a Bill that would have restricted cities ability to Annex but Mosher said the Issue will Likely be raised again next year. His advice to cities was to make every attempt to avoid controversy Over annexations in the coming year and base annexation decisions on sound reasoning. He said those efforts should help combat the impression Many people have that cities Only Annex to expand their tax base. The financial future for cities does not look Bright Mosher said. The Revenue returned to cities from the additional one percent state sales tax approved by the legislature will not compensate for the probable loss of Federal Revenue sharing funds he said. A it May be timely to look at some Long term financial plans a said Mosher. Mosher said property valuation in Many areas of the state is declining. Drops in valuation mean City Mill levies will not raise As much Revenue As before the intangibles tax might be one alternative for raising needed Revenue he said. Service fees and charges Are another a and finally. Cutting the Garden City meeting was one of la regional ses Sions being conducted across Kansas. Besides Garden City Deerfield Spearville Dodge City Plains Lakin Liberal and Ulysses were represented at the meeting Carlin signs farm loan Bill Topeka Kan. Apr gov. John Carlin signed into Law today a Bill which will enable state Farmers to get a modest break on the interest rate they pay on operational Loans they Are having trouble paying off. The measure known As the farm loan interest rate buy Down Bill was one of the last approved by the legislature before it adjourned the 1986 session on april 28. Carlin signed it at a Brief ceremony in his office attended by three House members who pushed hard for its passage just when it looked like the Bill would be left to die in the House agriculture and Small business committee and representatives of five farm organizations the governor presented pens with which he signed the Bill to reps. Lee Hamm a Pratt and Don Rezac a Onaga. Also watching the signing was rep. John Solbach a Lawrence. Also among those viewing the signing were Paul Fleener and Bill Fuller of the Kansas farm Bureau Ivan Wyatt and Emil Mushrush of the Kansas Farmers Union Howard Tice of Kansas association of wheat growers Stephen Anderson of american agriculture movement and Chris Walker of National Farmers organization. A this is the culmination of an Effort supported by Many people a Carlin said As he signed the measure. A it took us two years but i finally got something to sign. Its different from what i proposed in 1985 but the substance is Here and in a pleased to sign the governor said he believes the Bill a could prove to be valuable to some in the farm Community a and that it represents a the Best Effort of what we could get through the legislature. The Law is expected to Cost the state Treasury about $1.5 million a year for each of the next five years if All Farmers with troubled Loans take advantage of it. The new Law permits state Banks National banking associations and production credit associations which extend or renew agricultural production Loans to eligible agricultural borrowers to claim a tax credit under certain conditions. The Bill limits the tax credit to not More than 15 percent of a Bank a agricultural production Loans As listed in its condition report. A bobs s3ukh0use open for Mother s Day bring mom in sunday 11-3 . For a Good meal and a special treat just for mothers n. Hwy. 83 275-0991 Beautiful dog with gorgeous and he took me Quot she said Quot i done to know what happened but it scared the life out of the neighbor who had been mowing the Lawn when the attack occurred pulled mrs list away from the pit Bull terrier the dog was taken to the City a animal clinic where it w ill be kept for observation for to Days Quot i won t Tell him he s Beautiful anymore and i Don t need to pet she said a live got other dogs to pet 1 11 just go by and wave Quot or. M. D. Niedens or. M. E. Niedens chiropractic physicians she 276-3004. Chhen it a published daily except sundays and new year s Day. Memorial Day. Independence Day thanksgiving Day labor Day and Christmas Day yearly by the Telegram publishing co. 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