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Garden City Telegram (Newspaper) - May 14, 1990, Garden City, Kansas Garden City Telegram monday May 14, 1990 Page 3 or. Irr Zzz Miff Jim a its 7 to a a mar or. Photos by Brad Nadlang outdoor Home economics a Mandy Tepoel left Sarah Linville Kami Hooker and Julie Buck Eustaff figure measurements at a Home economics station at the student arrested in rape a Garden City Community College student was arrested and jailed in connection with the reported rape of a 16-year-old girl in a dormitory room police said. Police said the victim a Garden City girl had been visiting the suspect at his dormitory room. She told police she was sexually assaulted at about la . Saturday. She reported the matter to police sunday morning after a Friend took her to St. Catherine Hospital for an examination. She was not physically injured police said. The suspect age 18, originally is from Pine Bluff ark., police youngster to be dismissed a 3-year-old Garden City girl who was accidentally shot in the face Friday was to be dismissed from the Hospital today a spokesman at St. Catherine Hospital said. Police said Kristina Ontiveros was shot with a .22-caliber handgun by her 2-year-old brother. The children had found the gun in their parents bedroom in their Home at 810 Summit police said. Police said the Bullet struck the girl in the lip and lodged in the roof of her Mouth. She was taken to the Hospital by her parents Rey and Lucy Ontiveros. The Accident happened at about la 30 computer Printer stolen a computer and Printer valued at $2,900 were stolen in a burglary at the Finney county Public Library 608 e. Walnut police said. Police said someone Cut the screen on a West window to enter the building and steal the Apple 2 computer which was in the Kansas room. The burglary happened sometime saturday night or Early sunday to sing tuesday a Spring concert of music ranging from Gregorian chants to jazz and spirituals to show tunes will be presented by students of the Garden City High school vocal department at 7 30 . Tuesday in Clifford Hope auditorium. The Public is invited free of charge. Groups performing will be concert choir Les Chantee singers a Cappella choir modern choir and the menus quartet. Quartet members Are Chad Anderson Scott Brown Jeff Orebaugh and Scott Powell. Brown Tenor and Dixie Tichenor Soprano soloists who received i ratings at the state music contest will perform their winning numbers As will the groups that received i ratings. Awards will be announced and certificates presented. Richard Taylor is the vocal instructor and awards ceremony sunday the 175 persons who have achieved their goals this year at the adult learning Center will be recognized at an awards ceremony on sunday. It is set for 3 . At the Fine arts auditorium at Garden City Community College. Included will be people who have studied English As a second language taken Reading and math improvement classes and those who have attended citizenship classes to prepare for becoming citizens said Donna Skinner Center coordinator. The Public is in finals at Auto event two Garden City High school automotive technology students matched wits and wrenches thursday in the state finals of the Plymouth aaa trouble shooting contest at Topeka. Kelly proffer and Gene Earle qualified for the finals on the basis of a written examination on automotive service Given in March. They were one of to teams from 37 High schools chosen for the finals. The student teams were allowed 90 minutes to fix a car with seven a a bugs in it said Gilbert Hall instructor. The local team tied with three others for eighth place Hall said. A in Points we came in 10th, but i think of that As being 10th ranking in the this is the first year Garden High has participated in the Competition. Proffer and Earle received individual trophies and a trophy for the school. They were Given Caps jackets to shirts and Belt buckles. Trip expenses were paid by aaa and Plymouth Hall said. The two other Garden High students who took the written exam were Kent Cartmill and Dusty Hubert sets awards Assembly Abe Hubert Middle schools academic awards Assembly will be at to 45 . Thursday in the gymnasium. The program will last about an hour and the Public is invited to seeks musical applications musicians and musical groups interested in performing one sunday evening this summer in the Stevens Park concert series should Contact Garden City recreation to obtain an application form. The downtown Park has been the site of sunday concerts for Many years. Dates Are now being booked for performances beginning june 5. Concerts will be featured at 7 30 . Every sunday until aug. 12. City of Garden City funds the series. Performances Are free to the tip wins contest a tip about a fatal helicopter crash near Ulysses wins this weeks tip contest. Wanda Luna Ulysses called the Telegram to report the Accident. A number of reports of Tornado damage were in Contention for this weeks Cash award As was a tip about a family of three College graduates. Each monday the Telegram awards $25 to the Best news tip of the previous week. If you know of news happening in Southwest Kansas Call 275-7105 and ask for the tip editor. Those outside of Finney county May Call toll free 1-800-827-1078. Khz students find class by Compass new measles cases confirmed Here Maple Hill teen Dies from them new cases of measles have been reported in Finney county in the past to Days said Jeanne Shafer r n., at the county health office. She said a around 27�?� cases have been reported since february. Included were infants several adults one High school and one Middle school student. Clara Faye Schweer us 457 school nurse said the Only confirmed cases in the schools to her knowledge were the one at the High school and one at Kenneth Henderson Middle school. Those Are the Only schools at which inoculations were Given she said. Shafer said the county health office had estimate of the number of inoculations Given due to the Spring measles outbreak. The office routinely provides inoculations for infants and children she said and separate statistics were not recorded. In Topeka a 13-year-old boy this weekend became the first Kansan to die of measles during a recent outbreak across the state officials said. Joseph Awerkamp a Maple Hill resident and student at St. Marys Academy died saturday morning at Stormont Vail regional medical Center in Topeka. A nursing supervisor said the boy died of measles and pneumonia and that More information would be released today. By late last week there were 291 reported cases of measles in Kansas said Greg Crawford director of Public information for the state department of health and environment. Public health officials said sunday they would try to isolate an unspecified number of measles cases at the private school in St. Marys. St. Marys population 1,600, is about 20 Miles West of Topeka. Rita Mclean director of Public health in Pottawatomie county said a quarantine of the whole school was not planned although the measles cases will be isolated. All four cases reported in Pottawatomie county have been at the Academy she said. A we have had four confirmed cases a she said. A a in be heard rumours of More but they Haven to been other students from the Academy have been hospitalized she said. She said the schools academic year will be Over in a few weeks and officials Are working to prevent boarding students from carrying the illness to other areas of the country. Telegram Roundup Garden City Southwest Kansas wrong Way a Hoten Cla Ruvalcaba left and Christina Espinosa Check the inside of a Box Flag for coordinates. By Dolores Hope staff writer school really was a zoo for a few hours last week. Finding the Way to classes was Only part of the fun and frustration of having school in Finnup Park thursday and Friday. Approximately 180 Kenneth Henderson Middle school ninth graders 90 i each Day with compasses in hand navigated Between checkpoints along an unfamiliar course to find their teachers among the Flora and Fauna of Lee Richardson zoo in Finnup Park. Ifs called a orienteering a explained Steve Heaton math teacher and Kevin Dimmick health and physical education instructor who mapped the outdoor school session. A Tihe goal was to learn is to use a Compass to find your Way around a mapped out course a without a map a said Heaton. Throughout the course there were Call them open air classrooms for at each there was a teacher with an assignment. Pat Knepper Home economics teacher had ingredients to measure and measurements to compute on Friday. It was an exercise in Basic spoon and cup measuring skills and a workout in fractions she said. Lynn Hilliard was at the station on thursday. Kelly Gonzalez shop instructor had orienteering students identify to kinds of Wood before they took Compass readings on where to go next. Johnny Lawrence manned the shop station on thursday and Gonzalez on Friday. At Jodie even a speech station students Drew for topics on which they delivered 30-second extemporaneous speeches. Stopping off with English teacher Rhonda Schmidt they discussed the sequence of significant events in the Book they have been Reading Harper Leeds a to kill a another English instructor Cherry Hornya gave an assignment of poetry writing a on Birds. What else her station was in the aviary area. Circumference and diameter problems awaited students at Teresa Rodkey a mathematics station a Trees were the subject of their computations. The seven plates of the Earth were the lesson at the science station manned on thursday by Ray Davis. Students were instructed to read Lee Richardson zoo signs and note the Home continents of zoo inhabitants on world maps. Linda Sander directed this project and also quizzed pupils in other social science areas As they stopped at her station. Thursdays swiftest oriented res made it around the course and class stops in 49 minutes Heaton said. With a record to go against the Friday in the Park students were spurred to achieve greater Speed. Some made fast Compass readings and ran Between checkpoints and stations setting a time of 36 minutes. A that was fast a Heaton said. A it took some students an hour and a half to Complete the a they the students who ran were sweating when they checked in a said Dimmick who was in charge of the final Stop. Dimmick checked pulses for the health component of the course and collected the compasses. No one needed to take a bearing to find the cookie and cold drink station. After the snack break it was recess in the zoo until time to rejoin real school continued from Page i Mohawk. A a that a not straight wind stuff a he said. Also several residents in the area reported seeing the twister. The City did later confirm the Tornado when it was East of the City but by that time it had already moved past the Indian Hills area he said. A in this Case i think it formed Over Indian Hills a was there and gone bang a he said. The National weather service issued a Tornado warning for Eastern Finney county at 8 49 ., based on an employee sighting a Tornado East of the City. Halloran estimated that the Tornado moved through Indian Hills at 8 40 . That a also the time that a Power outage hit North Garden City after the wind Tore Loose a jumper connection and that caused another glitch in the system. Halloran said the Law enforcement Center was flooded with Calls about the Power outage. If people were trying to phone about the Tornado they would have had difficulty getting through. Sirens Are sounded by pushing a Button in the communications Center at the Leo. A number of people Are authorized to order the sirens sounded including Halloran and Law officers on patrol who spot a funnel Cloud. If the weather service issues a Tornado warning the sirens Are sounded. They weren to Friday when the warning was issued because it was for Eastern Finney county and did to include Garden qty Halloran said. Halloran said he a reviewed the tapes of Calls to the lbs Friday and the first Call about a possible Tornado came at 8 39 . From someone who lives East of town. Both police officers who Are assigned to the Northeast part of the City were taking other Calls at the time Halloran said. The duty commander was sent to the area but apparently the Tornado had moved on or perhaps gone Back up into the Clouds by the time he arrived and he did not confirm it. The next Call about the Tornado came at 8 45 ., when a woman who lives in the Tbone stakes subdivision called to say a twister had just struck there. At 8 53, a citizen called from the Garden City Plaza shopping Center to report seeing a Tornado to the East moving away from the continued from Page i Market. A i sell to just about everybody who can read a she said. A right now its about the papers arrive by courier in the Early afternoon. Catt Rolls each paper and puts it in the appropriate bag. After delivering five or six in her neighbourhood Catt boards her four door car and rushes off to the main part of her route. Catt takes Pride in her work. She does to toss the papers on the Yard. Each Issue makes it to the porch or in the door depending on the customer. A i think in be got All my people spoiled a she said. A i done to just throw those papers. A neither paper has had a complaint from Catt a route. If her bundles Are Short she does to think twice about driving to Cimarron six Miles East to buy More. Both newspapers have Racks at businesses there. A a we be never had any kind of problems a Smith said. A a she a probably had More with us. As far As taking care of the customers she does that really a Little work has never bothered Catt. She was born in Holly colo., and raised near St. John in South Central Kansas. She was the oldest of to children. She was married to Richard Mcnames who was killed in world War ii stationed in Okinawa. A they sent him overseas and forgot to Send him Back a she said. A that left me a widow with two Little she married Jewell Catt a Carpenter and added a daughter to the family. Uliey lived in Rogers ark., where she worked As a housekeeper in a Hospital for 25 years her husband died in the mid-1970s of cancer and did to work for 18 years. During that time Catt and her two boys managed a farm raised 20,000 chickens and milked eight cows. She moved to Ingalls in 1978. Her daughter mama Erhart lives in Dodge City and her sister Christene Bartlett lives in Ingalls

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