The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas on December 21, 1976 · Page 18
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December 21, 1976 I'AGK 20 HAYS DAILY NEWS Grain Service Changes Fee Method News At Gorham By ANN COOPER Capitol Hill News Service WASHINGTON Com- 10 Killed During Riot NAIROBI, Kenya (UPI) '— Ten persons were killed and 40 seriously wounded during a weekend riot in The town of Chepkuba on the Kenya- Uganda border, the Kenya news agency said Monday. The incident began when several persons broke into a coffee warehouse and began fighting the owners with rocks and long knives known as pangas. Police rushed to the area but at least 10 persons died in the fighting, the agency said. plaints from Kansas and other states have prompted the new Federal Grain inspection Service to change its method of assessing fees for the state and private grain inspection agencies supervised by federal inspectors. FGIS had planned to bill the agencies on the basis of the labor and administrative costs of federal supervision of each agency. The agency had estimated that would cost the Kansas State Grain Inspection Department nearly $163,000 a year. But after some heated discussions of the new fee with slate and private agency officials throughout the country, FGIS last week decided it will charge on the basis of the number of bushels of grain each agency inspects. FGIS official John Marshall said the new formula means state agencies at export points will be paying more for federal supervision than was estimated earlier. Nick Fabac, assistant director of the Kansas agency, also thinks the new formula means Kansas will pay more than the original $163,000 estimate it received from FGIS. However, Fabac said he didn't have any solid figures on the number of bushels of grain his department inspects in a year. But he said, "This is going to be worse. We do a tremendous volume." Marshall said he didn't know what effect the new formula will have on Kansas fees. Federal supervisory costs nationwide should total $5.2 million a year, according to Marshall. The.agency is now trying to figure out, based on tUe number of bushels inspected nationwide, how much it must charge per bushel to recover that amount. Marshall said the final figure will be around eight- hundreths 6f a cent per bushel. Because state and private agencies paying the fee will pass it on to their customers, and because inspection isn't mandatory for grain earmarked for domestic use, Marshall and Favac say there could be a decrease in the amount of grain graded in Kansas and elsewhere. Marshall said FGIS hasn't arrived at the final charge per bushel yet. But the agency must decide soon, because it must take some ad- ministrative steps before it can send out its first bills for supervisory costs in February. Although setting a per- bushel fee means more work — because bills 'must be computed each month based on the volume of inspection the previous month — Marshall called the plan more equitable. . Some agencies have a high volume three months of the year but perform few inspections the rest of the time, he said. Their fees will be less than the earlier estimates based on labor costs. However^ Marshall acknowledged that, "No one's going to be happy as long as we're taking money from them. ORDERED SOLD Mhe BARE WALLS OF €VSKY SINGLE ITEM IN OUR , SELLING STARTS WED., DEC. 22 THE NEXT FEW DAYS CAN BE THE MOST IMPORTANT "SHOPPING DAYS" OF YOUR LIFE! For during the nexf fuw days . until the remaining stock is sold you have a ' once m ci- lifetime buying opportunity 1 YOU will be offered 50°o OFF the regular price on every single item in our entire stock 1 If you CKC looking for real bargains here is your answer YOU CAN BUY WITH CONFIDENCE THAT YOU WILL POSITIVELY BE THRILLED WITH YOUR PURCHASES' We are going to make this Rummage Sale the most talked about buying event 'ever staged in this community A SELLOUT IS EXPECTED SO BETTER GET HERE EARLY' /*ooj "*. e/oi to. Th. **/*« ***, This is the most amazing offer ever made and there are absolutely no strings attached to it Just (funk 1 We ate offering you- the opportunity to b.uy quality merchandise at one half the regular price Your 50c dollars are no* worth SI 00. S5 00 w.ll get you S 1 0 00 m mer- chand.se S 1 0 00 will get you 52000 worth of merchandise. YOU SAVE ONE HALF You can buy pny amount you want and the more you buy the more you save ^K, ''•iiij '**, BICYCLE PARTS CENTURY AC/DC WELDER 295 AMP **» TIRES G78-14 G78-15 REG. '639, 115 Main Street WaKeeney, Kansas STORE HOURS: Weekdays 8:30 to 8:00 TILL CHRISTMAS Sundays 1:00 to 5:00 WESTERN AUTO Fred Sherwood Owner Phone 743-5629 ASSOCIATE STORE Daughters of Isabella Has December Meeting St. Charles Circle No. 287, Daughters of Isabella, met at 8 p.m. Monday, Dec. 13, in St. Mary's Hall for the regular monthly meeting with Regent Pam Nowak presiding. Password was taken and new members were escorted to the Regent's chair. The Regent conferred degrees in short form for Anita Edwards, Cathy Jacobs and Cindy Branda. The opening ode was sung and the pledge to the flag was given. Letters were read by the recording secretay, Alice Schrant, from Rev. F. Felix Petrovsky, state chaplain, and Eleanor Schippers, state regent. Officers who had been absent at the joint installation were installed in short form. They were: Cindy Haselhorst, monitor, and Sharon Jacobs, organist. Obligation was repeated and Fr. A.J. Hecker, chaplain, spoke on the good of the order. The closing song was sun|J and the meeting ended with prayer. St. Charles Circle will join the Knights of Columbus for a pot-luck supper and family Christmas party. It'will be at 6:30 p.m. Sundy, Dec. 19, in St. Mary's Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Leiker entertairfed with dinner on Thanksgiving for Mr. and Mrs. Don Brungardt and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Munk, Jeff, Kelly and Patty Jo spent Thanksgiving in Corpus Christi, Tex., with Mrs. Munk's relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Joe N. Branda entertained with dinner thanksgiving for Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Branda and Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Weigel and Carrie Lee.'Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Weigel and family all of Gorham, and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Collicott and family of Great Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Yost and Shawn went to Oklahoma to spend Thanksgiving with her parents, the Lewis family. Mr. and Mrs. Luke Copp went to Dodge City on Wednesday to visit their daughter, Mrs. Ernest Gabel, Mr. Gabel and family until Friday. Enroute they also visited her father Joe Pfannenstiel at St. John Rest Home in Victoria. Rudy Windholz was in Hays Sunday as a guest of his granddaughter, Mrs. Rusty Collins, Mr. Collins and family, to celebrate his birth ( day. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Scheck cared for their granddaughter, Tracy Anne Copp of Clay Center, Saturday night and Sunday, while her parents, the Mike Copps were in Hays at the Ramada Inn for the annual Plainsman Supply, Inc. Christmas dinner party. Other visitors in the Scheck- home were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Scheck and family of Russell. Mrs. Ernest Gabel and Michelle and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Copp and Tracy were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Luke Copp and Mary. The Big Creek 4-H Club had their Christmas potluck dinrter Sunday evening in the Gorham Community Building. Guests invited were all the Senior Citizens of the community. Following the delicious dinner Paige Kuhn and Kristi Vistuba led the group in singing Christmas carols with Stephanie Kuhn at the piano Santa arrived to visit with the children and the guests. He had treats for all present. Mr. and Mrs. Luke Copp were in Russell on business Monday and called on Mr. and Mrs. Albert Copp. The Christmas program for the Gorham Community Church will be at 5 p.m. Sunday. A shared supper of sandwiches and fruit breads will follow. Treats will be given to the young people. Mrs. Viola Puchalski of Wichita came Saturday to visit her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Copp until after Christmas. Mrs. Burt Beery entertained with a party Saturday morning at her country home .complimenting Bradley Beery and Perry Nowak on their 5th birthdays. Guests besides the honorees were Mrs. Jerry Nowak, P.J., Jerilyn and Jacquely'n, Becky, Chuck and Adam Beery. Mrs. Jerry Hammersmith, Bob, Allen, Peggy and Donna attended the wedding of her brother, Daniel Crockett and Darla Reinert at Holly, Colo., Saturday and also visited her folks at Towner, Colo. They returned home Sunday. The Paul Stoppel family of Wilson were guests of her mother, Mrs. Gertrude Jacobs and her sister, Mrs. Evertt Schrant, Mr. Schrant and girls last Sunday. Rudy Windholz 'accompanied George Brungardt of Russell to Wichita last week where they spent a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Nowak, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Dortland accompanied by Mrs. Launne Weigel, attended the funeral of their cousin, Al Nowak of Grinnell on Friday. Mrs. Bertha Abbott of Kit Carson, Colo., accompanied .the Nowaks home to spend a.few days. : Mr. and Mrs. Pete Mermis of Wyoming who were here visiting his mother, Mrs. Cecelia Mermis in Russelllast week, visited the Johnny Bosch's in Gorham. Ott Von Lintel of rural Hays visited Mr. and Mrs. Luke Copp one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nowak of ' Salina were weekend guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Nowak and family. Mrs. John Brown and Mrs. Howard Thomas have returned home after being patients in the Russell Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobs spent the weekend at Moscow visiting their children, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobs Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Nowak entertained with a birthday party Saturday /evening honoring their son, Perry, on his 5th birthday. Guests were his grandparents,. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Anderson, Hays, Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Nowak, P. J., Jerilyn and Jacqueline of the home. Mrs. Leo Jacobs and son Steve have returned home from Phoenix, Ariz., where they attended the funeral of her brother, Bill Benso. 05.37-40-45 ^60-73-75 CANCER Ovl2-26-38-49 c&*51 -76-79-86 LEO. Q\ 2- 8-14-28 C2/32-43-56 -By CLAY R. POLLAN- M Your Daily Activity Guide M •^ According lo (he Stars. 'i To develop message for Wednesday, read words corresponding to numbers of your Zodiac birth sign. 31 Or 32Treolment 33 Trip 34 Start 35 You 36 Chance 37 See 38 Favored 39 Items 40 Light 41 Today 42 New 43 From 44 Con 45 At 46 Or 47 Who 48 Group 49 Why 50 Be 51 Not 52 Recreation 53 Enterprises 54 Of 55 Could 56 Officials 57 To 58 Are 59 Is 60 End 1 If 2 You 3 Much 4 Uncertain 5 There's 6 Personal 7 Interest 8 Con 9 A 10 In • 11 Relations , 12 Short 13 Sports 14 Expect 15 Day 16 With 17 You'll 18 Friends 19 Joy 20 Have 21 Contact 22 In 23 Unusual 24 People 25 A 26 Trips 61 Air 62 New 63 Harmonious 64 Planned 63' Wish 66 Incrqase 67 You 68 Personal 69 Found 70 Now 71 Do 72 Well 73 Of 74 Some 75 Tunnel 76 Visit 77 Get 78 Now 79 Oldtime 80 Early 81 Problems ' 82 Start 83 Perhaps 84 Antiques 85 Arising 86 Friend? 87 Concerning 88 Good 89 Money 90 Deeds J^s 12/22 ^jNcutral LIBRA . 23 4-15-29-34^ 42-53-87-89%. SCORPIO OCT. JJ 17-20-36-57/?-; 71-74-88-Wg; SAGITTARIUS NOY. 22 /* D£C. 21 ]|g| 21-24-41-47^ 65-67-72 1^ CAPRICORN DCC. 22 JAN. l» 5- 9-30-545 62-68-81-85 AQUARIUS JAN : 20 fit. It , 3- 6-19-22/O &7-61-78 STMAS A December day \s all the more beautiful in remembering... Thinking of you and wishing you every happiness at Christmas. , WIESNERS INC. 8th and Main Hays

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