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THE SALINA JOURNAL GREAT PLAINS SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 2001 B3 DEATHS & FUNERALS • EDUCATION James Arnoldy TIPTON — James Arnoldy, 76, Tipton, died Thursday, April 12, 2001, at Via Christi Regional Medical Center, Wichita. Mr. Arnoldy was born Feb. 17, 1925, at Tipton. He was a farmer-stockman and a member of Knights of Col- MftARNOLDyrc 'riTafe Catholic Church of Tipton. Survivors include a sister, Colette Arnoldy of Tipton. . The funeral will be at 2:30 p.m. Monday at St. Boniface Catholic Church, Tipton, the Rev Albert DeSanctis officiating. Burial will be in St. Boniface Cemetery. A vigil will be at 8 p.m. Sunday at the church. Memorials may be made to the St. Boniface Church Trust Fund and the Tipton High School Endowment Fund. Donioney Funeral Home, 817 Morgan, Downs 67437, is handling arrangements. Lyie Leiand "Blackjack" Baskins WICHITA. — Lyle Leiand "Blackjack" Baskins, 67, Wichita, died Monday, April 9, 2001, at Wichita. Mr. Baskins was born Jan. 28, 1934, at Formoso and was a former resident of Formoso and Courtland, moving to Wichita two years ago. He was a heavy-equipment operator in road construction and a Korean War Army veteran. He was preceded in death by his wife, Sharon, in 1999; and a granddaughter. Survivors include two daughters, Angela Tankard and Pamela Caberera, both of Wichita; two sons, Donald Harper of Wichita and David Harper of Boonesville, Mo.; and a grandchild. The funeral was at Tibbetts- Fischer Funeral Home, Belleville. Burial was in Balch Cemetery, Formoso. Memorials may be made to the charity of the family's choice. • Because of a Journal error, the war of which he was a veteran was incorrect in Wednesday's edition. Ethel Fancher LINCOLN — Ethel Fancher, 85, Lincoln, died Tuesday, April 10, 2001, at Mid America Health Care, Lincoln. Mrs. Fancher was born Ethel Lonberger on March 13, 1916, at Lincoln and was a resident of Lincoln since 1997, moving from Salina. She was a home- >ino rAklr^ueD maker and a MRS. FANCHER member of First Presbyterian Church, Salina. Her husband, James L., died in 1986. Survivors include a son, David of Wichita; a daughter, Janet Hildebrandt of Washington, D.G.; a brother, Dean Lonberger of Lincoln; four grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. The funeral was at First Presbyterian Church, 308 S. Eighth, Salina, the Rev Timothy Maguffee officiating. Burial was in Gypsum Hill Cemetery, Salina. Memorials may be made to First Presbyterian Church. Geisendorf-Rush Smith Funeral Home, 401 W. Iron, Salina 67401, is handling arrangements. T AGRICULTURAL MARKETS Tdday's obltuaHes SAUNA Jonathan Felguerez George A. Mull KANSAS BELLEVILLE; Raymond Sebaltos CONCORDIA: Sister Angellne' McCaghy COURTLAND: Gladys Smles GOODWND ;TTielma M. Peters HAYS: Billy D.Geartiart • KINGMAN: Rorence Ffem Gaumer LINCOLN: Ethel Fancher MANHATTAN: Wilma I. Panv MANKATO: Robert Ray "Bob" Kaufman TIPTON: James Arnoldy WICHITA: Lyle Leiand "Blackjack" Baskins OUT OF STATE Otha Nathan "Danny" Stroman, Tulsa, Okla, Dan'SllG^ Trail, Denver Eleanor E. Niemeth Whittaker, Denver Jonathan Felguerez Jonathan Felguerez, 3-year- old son of Rosa Maria Salina, died Thursday, April 12, 2001, at Salina Regional Health Center. Jonathan was born Feb. 9, 1998, at Wichita and was a lifetime Salina resident. He was a Felguerez JONATHAN member of Sacred Heart Cathedral. Survivors besides his mother include a sister, Yesenia Jasso Felguerez of the home, and his grandparents, Abel and Amparo Felguerez of Salina. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Monday at Sacred Heart Cathedral, corner of Ninth and Iron, Salina, the Rev. Francisco Montoya officiating. Burial will be in Mount Calvary Cemetery. A rosary will be said at 5 p.m. Sunday at the church. Memorials may be made to the family Visitation will be from 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday at Geisendorf- Rush Smith Funeral Home, 401 W. Iron, Salina, and from 3 to 8 p.m. Sunday at the church. Florence Fern Gaumer KINGMAN — Florence Fern Gaumer, 91, Kingman, died Thursday, April 12, 2001, at Wheatlands Healthcare Center, Kingman. Mrs. Gaumer was born Florence Frickey on July 12, 1909, at Kanona and was a Kingman resident since 1996, moving from Oberlin. She was a homemaker and a member of United Methodist Church, Oberlin. Her husband, Wesley R., died in 1987. Survivors include a son, David of Kingman; a daughter, Jean Ann Kump of Kingman; three brothers, Harold Frickey and Wendell Frickey both of Oberlin, and Norton Frickey of Golden, Colo.; a sister, Lela muff of North Glenn, Colo.; six grandchildren; and 11 great­ grandchildren. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Monday at Paul's Mortuary Oberlin, the Rev Gary Fisher officiating. Burial will be in Oberlin Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Decatur County Fair Board, the Good Samaritan Home of Oberlin or Hospice, in care of Livingston Funeral Home, P.O. Box 453, Kingman 67068, or Pauls Mortuary 121 N. Penn, Oberlin 67749. Visitation will be from 9 a.m. to noon Sunday at Livingston Funeral Home in Kingman and from 1 to 8 p.m. Sunday at Pauls Mortuary in Oberlin. Billy D. Gearhart HAYS — Billy D. Gearhart, 73, Hays, died Thursday, April 12, 2001, at Hays Medical Center. Mr. Gearhart was born Jan. 5,1928, at Lenora. He was a Korean War Army veteran and worked at ABC drug store, which he and his wife later operated as ABC Hallmark until 1988. He was a drug and alcohol counselor at Smoky Foundation and a psychoeducational coordinator for High Plains Mental Health Center He was a member of First United Methodist Church, American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars. Survivors include his wife, Betty of the home; a son, Bradley of Hoisington; three daughters, Susan Rohr of Yukon, Okla., Kathy Gearhart of Aurora, Colo., and Ann Whalen of Battlefield, Mo.; two brothers, Leon of Anchorage, Alaska, and Dean of Fort Worth, Texas; a sister, Eunice Hurlbut of Chapman; and eight grandchildren. The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Monday at First United Methodist Church, the Revs. Delbert Stanton and William C. Miller officiating. Burial will be in Mount Allen Cemetery, Hays, with military honors by American Legion and VFW. Memorials may be made to the church. Visitation will be from 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday at Hays Memorial Chapel Funeral Home, 20th and Pine, Hays 67601. Robert Ray "Bob" Kaufman MANKATO — Robert Ray "Bob" Kaufman, 78, Mankato, died Thursday April 12,2001, at Wichita. Mr. Kaufman was born Nov. 30,1922, at lola. He was a World War II Army veteran and worked as a garment cutter in lola, Chanute and Kansas City, Mo. He worked for Inspiration Consolidated Copper Co. for 22 years, retiring in 1986, and was a lifelong member of the Methodist Church. He was also a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 15 of LaHarpe and Masonic Lodge 38 of lola for more than 50 years. Survivors include his wife, Coralyn of Mankato; two daughters, Sara Doberer and Julie Wilson, both of Wichita; a sister, Virginia Latta of lola; and a brother, Kenneth of Palm Bay Fla. The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Monday sit Harmony United Methodist Church, Mankato, the Revs. Sarah Hickson de Salazar, Sidney Dillinger and Rollan Dillinger officiating. A graveside service will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday at Highland Cemetery, lola, the Rev Dean Rose officiating, with Masonic rites by Masonic Lodge 38 AFSsAM and military rites by VFW Post 15 of La­ Harpe. Memorials may be made to Harmony United Methodist Church of Mankato, Masonic Lodge 38 of lola or St. Paul's United Methodist Church of Globe, Ariz. Visitation will be from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. today at Melby Mortuary, 402 North High, Mankato 66956, 10 a.m. until the service Monday at the church and 12:30 p.m. until the service Tuesday at the cemetery Sister Angeline McCaghy CONCORDIA — Sister Angeline McCaghy 101, Concordia, died Thursday, April 12,2001, at the Nazareth Convent in Con­ cordia. Sister McCaghy was born Marie Eileen McCaghy on Feb. 8, 1900, at Walker, Mo. She taught school in middle grades in several schools, retiring in 1968. She then cared for residents of St. Ann's Home in Concordia and returned to Nazareth Convent in Concordia in 1978, where she assisted in the care of the house and grounds. Survivors include a sister, Alice Loraine Hill of Tucson, Ariz.; and a brother, Arthur McCaghy of Meadville, Mo. The funeral will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday at Nazareth Convent Chapel, Concordia, Monsignor Armand Girard officiating. Burial will be in Nazareth Cemetery. A Bible service/vigil will be at 7 p.m. Sunday at the Nazareth Convent Chapel, Sister Margaret Schreck officiating. Chaput-Buoy Funeral Home, 325 W. Sixth, Concordia 66901, is handling arrangements. George A. Mull George A. Mull, 83, Salina, died Tuesday April 10, 2001, at his home. Mr. Mull was born July 26, 1917, at Ashland and was a resident of Salina for 35 Cemetery Miltonvale, the Rev Gary H. Appleton officiating. Memorials may be made to Miltonvale EMS in care of Bruce Graham, Miltonvale 67466, or left in care of Yorgensen-Meloan-Londeen Funeral Home, 1616 Poyntz, Manhattan 66502. The family will receive friends from 3 to 4:30 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home. Thelma M. Peters GOODLAND — Thelma M. Peters, 81, Goodland, died Thursday April 12, 2001, at Goodland Regional Medical Center. Koons Funeral Home, Goodland, is handling arrangements, Raymond Seballos BELLEVILLE — Raymond Seballos, 81, Belleville, died Thursday April 12, 2001, at Cheyenne Lodge, Jamestown. Bachelor-Faulhner-Dart- Surber Funeral Home, Belleville, is handling arrangements. MR. MULL years, moving from Great Bend. He retired as a machinist in 1975 and later worked for Downtown Merchants Association until 1982. He was a member of St. Mary Queen of the Universe Catholic Church and Sunset Kiwanis and was a World War II veteran. He also was an Eagle Scout, a Boy Scout leader for 20 years and a hunter safety instructor for 25 years. Survivors include his wife, Eileen of the home; three sons, Doug and Mike, both of Salina, and Jerry of Richardson, Texas; and eight grandchildren. The funeral wiU be at 11 a.m. Monday at St. Mary Queen of the Universe Catholic Church, 230 E. Cloud, Salina, the Rev Kerry Ninemire officiating. Burial will be in Mount Calvary Cemetery Salina. A vigil service will be at 7 p.m. Sunday at Geisendorf- Rush Smith Funeral Home, Salina. Memorials may be made to St. Mary's Catholic Church Endowment Fund or Hospice of Salina. Visitation will be from 1 to 8 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home, 401 W. Iron, Salina 67401. « Because of a Journal error, the vigil was omitted in Friday's edition. Wilma I. Parry MANHATTAN — Wilma I. Parry, 71, Manhattan, died Thursday April 12, 2001, at his home. Mrs. Parry was born Wilma Lister on March 28,1930, at Miltonvale. She was a homemaker and had worked doing demonstrations at Dillons stores. Survivors include her hus; band, Gordon E.; two daughters, Connie Morgan of Manhattan and Carla Bradley of Olathe; a brother, Lawrence Lister of Topeka; a stepbrother, Jim Francis of Salina; two sisters, Dreda Appleton of Green and Wanda Fosdick of Miltonvale; four grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. The service will be at 2:30 p.m. Monday at Miltonvale City Gladys Smies COURTLAND — Gladys Smies, 82, Courtland, died Thursday April 12, 2001, at Pretty Prairie Sunset Home. Mrs. Smies was born Gladys Behrends on Jan. 11, 1919, at Randall. She was a homemaker and a member of United Methodist Church and Art Guild of Courtland. Her husband, John, died in 2000. Survivors include a daughter, Linda Kraus of Pretty Prairie; a son, David of Manhattan; five grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Monday at United Methodist Church, Courtland. Burial will be in White Rock Cemetery, Courtland. Memorials may be made to Hospice of Reno County or the Methodist Church, Courtland. Visitation will be from 1 to 9 p.m. Sunday at Tibbetts-Fischer Funeral Home, 1104 20th, Belleville 66935. Otha Nathan "Danny" Stroman TULSA, Okla. — Otha Nathan "Danny" Stroman, 75, Tulsa, died Friday April 13, 2001, at Kenwood View Nursing Home, Salina, Kan. Geisendorf-Rush Smith Funeral Home, Salina, is handling arrangements. Darrell G. Trail DENVER — Darrell G. Trail, 53, Denver, died Thursday, April 12, 2001, at St. Joseph Hospital in Denver. Williams Funeral Home, Atwood, Kan., is handling arrangements. Eleanor E. Niemeth Whittaker DENVER — Eleanor E. Niemeth Whittaker, 81, Denver, died Thursday April 12, 2001, at Hallmark Nursing Center in Denver. The funeral will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at St. Mary's Assumption Catholic Church, Herndon, Kan., the Rev Damian Richards officiating. Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery in Herndon. A rosary will be said and a parish vigil will be at 7 p.m. Monday at the church. Memorials may be made in her name. Williams Funeral Home, Atwood, Kan., is handling arrangements. Foreign markets represent ray of hope Moran says it's logical to look at countries nearby, such as Cuba and IVIexico By SARAH KESSINGER Harris News Service TOPEKA — On Monday, U.S. Rep. Jerry Moran will step onto a tarmac in the tropics seeking markets for Kansas farm products. And next month, Kansans selling soybeans, pinto beans and other goods will pursue business pacts south of the border. For Sunflower State farmers, foreign markets represent a ray of hope for a weak grain economy Two upcoming trips by state officials and business executives aim to explore farm markets in Latin America. Moran, Hays, will spend a few days in Cuba learning how viable a buyer it might be for U.S. grain and meats. In a separate effort, the Kansas Department of Commerce and Housing has slated a May 20 trip for state businesses to visit the Mexican cities of Monterrey and Guadalajara. Officials say Latin America will strengthen its buying power as it stabilizes economically and politically. Kansas is not so far from some of that potential, they add. "We're right in the heart of the free- trade corridor that runs down into Mexico to Monterrey and up to Canada," said Jamie CoUop, commerce department trade representative. Foreign trade doesn't solve all of agriculture's woes, Moran said, but it's logical to look at what's nearby Cuba lies 90 miles from the Florida coast. "The Caribbean has traditionally been ignored where we focused on Europe or China," he said. "We should be paying more attention to those in our own backyard." Matchmaking In Mexico The state has hired a Mexico City consultant to seek potential trade partners. So far, six Kansas businesses, some of them ag-related, expect to join the mission in May "We're opening it up to any company interested in looking for business in Mexico," said Jamie CoUop, commerce department trade representative. "We'll be visiting two of the three largest mar­ kets in the country" The group, accompanied by Lt. Gov Gary Sherrer, will hear from the U.S. consulate and private business on etiquette of buying and selling. Then they'll sit down and talk one-on-one with company executives. Latin American business culture is based on personal relationships. "They want to know you before they buy from you," CoUop said. Efforts appear to be paying off. In 2000, Kansans exported $273 million in manufactured food goods to Mexico, an increase of 122 percent from 1999. Kansas crop exports to the country totaled $180 million, up 15 percent. Mexico is now Kansas' third largest trade partner, after Japan and Canada, since passage of the 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement. Tariffs and shipping have eased among Mexico, the United States and Canada. "We're really excited that our ag companies have come to the table and have an interest in exporting," said Connie Fischer, commerce department agricultural products marketing director. "This says a lot for our producers, that they are becoming more innovative." The border's becoming more invisible, said Gary McKinney, director of international marketing for the U.S. Grains Council in Washington, D.C. "Our early impression is the new president of Mexico is trying to enhance trade relations so it goes across more smoothly. It's a much improved picture all the way around," he said. "Soon you'll be able to see U.S. trucks go clear to Mexico City and Mexican trucks going all the way to Minneapolis." But some tariffs remain, which makes it tough on exporters such as 21st Century Bean Processors in Sharon Springs. The business, a cooperative of 75 pinto bean growers in Kansas, Nebraska and Colorado, want to cultivate Mexican markets, said Ron Meyers, marketing manager To further that goal, Meyers plans to join the Kansas mission next month. "We're hoping to possibly identify a trade liaison in Mexico, someone that will work with us on an ongoing basis to try to identify new trade leads and conduct creditworthiness checks on those leads and assist us with any collection problems we might have," Meyers said. Kansans: Bush plan falls short Some say it isn't enougln for special education funding By CAROL CRUPPER Harris News Service TOPEKA — Kansans aren't turning cartwheels over President Bush's plan to add an extra $27 million in school funding for the Sunflower State. "We were expecting a little more," said Ken Gentry, federal liaison for the Kansas Department of Education. He said the plan fails to keep the federal promise of adequate special education funding while requiring an array of new tests. "We're not opposed to accountability, but there're ways to get it without testing every kid every year," Gentry said. Bush's budget would bring federal spending for K-12, vocational rehabilitation and post- secondary education in Kansas to $370.2 million, a 7.9 percent hike. It's one of the smallest increases in federal funds in the past few years. Gentry said. This year's budget reflected a 15.8 percent boost. The Kansas Board of Education has sent a letter to Bush applauding his effort to make education a priority and his focus on success for all children. But the board said it was less than thrilled at his proposed funding levels for special education and new testing requirements. "We consider it inappropriate for the federal government to create new programs and mandates around education when it has failed to fully fund the mandates already in place," the letter said. Copies were mailed to the state's congressional delegation. Special education woes Special education is the state's biggest gripe. U.S. Rep. Jerry Moran said Bush's proposed increase was a step in the right direction but not a big enough step. ' When the federal government mandated the program in 1975, it promised to pay 40 percent of the funding. Today it contributes 14 percent of Kansas' $478 million special-education bill. Officials figure the proposed plan would pay 16 percent of next year's $515 million cost. Moran said if the federal government would pay its share for special education, it would free local funds to hire and promote teachers, maintain buildings and equip classrooms. He said it also would reduce the pressure to increase local property taxes. ON THE RECORD Police blonep THEFT —A Pioneer car stereo was stolen from a 1999 Honda belonging to Tammy Rank, Salina, sometime between 11:30 p.m. Thursday and 7:10 a .m. Friday while parked at 710 Greenbriar. A side window of the car was broken; $1,180 loss. Animal shelter These animals were picked up at the locations listed and taken to the Salina Animal Shelter, 329 N. Second. Phone 826-6535. DOGS — Black and tan female pit bull mix, 1100 E. Iron; yellow neutered male Labrador with blue collar, 700 block of Willow; white and brown brindle female pit bull, Smolan; brown brindle male pit bull, Smolan; black and white neutered male Labrador mix, 2600 block of Belmont; tri-color female Basset with red collar, 1100 block of East Iron; grey and tan female Doberman with choke chain collar, 600 block of West Walnut; red and white female boxer, 600 block of West Walnut. CAT — Black female shorthair, 800 block of East Ellsworth. TODAY'S SCRIPTURE Jesus called out with a loud voice, "Father, into your hands 1 commit i my spirit." Wlien he had said this, '. he breathed his last. ] — Luke 23:46 (NIVl', FRIDAY'S DRAWmB DAILY PICK 3 5-4-5

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