The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 2, 2001 · Page 10
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B2 WEDNESDAY, MAY 2. 2001 GREAT PLAIMS THE SALINA JOURNAL A Look Ahead 2 WednesJay • DANCE: Jolly Mixers, Uplowners playing. 8-11 p.m., Moose Lodge. No smoking or drinking. 827-7870. • EVENT: Storytelling performance by storyteller De Cee Cornish. 7 p.m., Salina Art Center, 242 S. Santa Fe. 827-1431. • EVENT: National Day. of Prayer Youth Event. 5 p.m., Pioneer Hall, Kansas Wesleyan University. 825-7014. • PROGRAM: Information session at Big Brothers Big Sisters of Salina. 5:30 p.m., 227 N. Santa Fe, Suite 305. To sign up, call 825-5509. 3 Thupsilay • CONVOCATION: Honors convocation. 11 a.m.. Miller Chapel, Kansas Wesleyan University. 827-5541, Ext. 1280. • EVENT: Second Annual All-Campus Talent Show. 7:30 p.m., Fitzpatrick Auditorium, Sams Hall of Fine Arts, Kansas Wesleyan University. 827-5541, Ext. 5214. , • COURTLAND: Courtland Community Arts Council presents the Glen Miller Orchestra. 7 p.m., Pike Valley Elementary School Gymnasium. $10 for bleacher seats and $15 for reserved table seating. (785) 374-4231. Listing Events Items for the Calendar of Events should be sent at least \wo weeks in advance to: Calendar of Events, The Salina Journal, P.O. Box 740, Salina 67402. Be sure to include name, address and telephone number. Heaitli seminar Lecturer to discuss balanced nutrition Steven Smith of Las Vegas will discuss "Is Food the Best Medicine? Can Balanced Nutrition Prevent Or Reverse Disease?" at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in Peters Science Hall, Room 201, on the Kansas Wesleyan University campus. Smith, a lecturer and the founder of Master Formula, will discuss allergies. Attention Deficit Disorders, arthritis, cancer, fibromyalgia and weight loss. The seminar is free and open to the public. A $2 donation is requested to help with expenses. Program 'Peppermint Rabbit' on library program Children can learn about "Discovering Senses with Peppermint Rabbit" Friday at the Salina Public Library The Lake wood Discovery Center presents the program in the library's children's department at 4 p.m. Friday Sign-up is ongoing at the library, 301 E. Elm, or call 825-4624. Author to speak at Salina Country Club Author Sue Thomas, profoundly deaf since 18 months, will talk about her struggle to overcome adversity at the Prairie View Food for Thought session from 7:30 to 9 a.m. May 10 at the Salina Country Club, 2101 E. Country Club. Thomas is the author of the autobiography "Silent Night." She is a former FBI undercover surveillant and founder of Sue Thomas Ministries. Reservations are due by Friday The cost is $12.50 and includes breakfast. For more information or a registration form, calll -800-362-0180. Ext. 6412. Art siiow students' exhibit begins Thursday More than 200 works of art by elementary and secondary students in the Salina School District will fill the Salina Art Center's education building, 242 S. Santa Fe, from Thursday through May 13. The exhibit opens Thursday with a reception for teachers, students and the public from 6 to 8 p.m. Art for the show was selected by elementary middle and high school art teachers and includes works of painting, drawing, computer graphics, sculpture, ceramics, prints and mixed media. The art center is open from noon to 5 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays, until 7 p.m. Thursdays and 1 to 5 p.m. Sundays. From Staff Reports T AGRICULTURE •^Salina Journal Kansas farm income falls Average net farm income in Kansas drops to $39,197 By ROXANA HEGEMAN The Associated Press WICHITA — Plagued by drought and high energy prices, Kansas farmers saw their income plummet by 7.7 percent last year, with government money keeping many farms afloat, Kansas Farm Management Association said. In its annual income report, the agency said the average net farm income of the 2,083 farms in its databank was $39,197 in 2000. That is a drop from, the $42,488 net farm income of a year earlier Marty Albtight, agricultural economist and KFMA administrator, said in a news release that dry growing conditions and rising energy prices were key contributors to the decline. The 2000 income was down nearly 11 percent from the five- year average of $43,946. The average farm would not have broken even had it not been for federal bailouts. The typical Kansas farm received $45,614 in government payments in 2000. That represents 116 percent of net farm income. A year earlier, the average government payment was $47,056 per farm. Farm Income Average net income for Kansas farms: • 2000 $39,197 • 1999 42,488 • 1998 16,778 • 1997 59,352 • 1996 61,915 • 1995 22,353 • 1994 28,652 • 1993 38,170 • 1992 45,475 • 1991 25,887 Source: Kansas Farm Management Association In the past two years, Kansas farmers have received a huge chunk of their farm income from the government. In 1997, for example, the government payments accounted for $14,980 per farm. "Those payments are not only important to farmers — they are also important to rural Kansas," said Janet McPherson, market development director for the Kansas Wheat Growers Association. The snapshot of the typical Kansas fai<m drawn from the KFMA statistics shows the average farm production valued at $214,104 plus $45,614 in government payments. T SALINA PLANNING COMMISSION Commission gives OK to Caterpillar Foley Equipment Co. may build new facility . at 1-70 and North Ohio By NATE JENKINS The Salina Journal A possible sales and service facility for Caterpillar-brand equipment received approval Tuesday from the Salina Planning Commission. In approving plans for the new facility, the commission recommended annexation of the 19-acre tract it might be built upon and approved a change in zoning. The land is located southwest of the intersection of Interstate Highway 70 and North Ohio Street. Bill Moody of Wichita-based Foley Equipment Co., stressed after the meeting that building the facility is not a sure thing. The company does not yet own the land it might develop. "This is one of the hurdles, we had to complete," he said of the commission's approval. Foley Equipment currently has a facility at 529 N. Broad­ way Moody said it hasn't been decided whether a new facility would replace the current operation. Before approving the zoning change, plat aind annexation, the commission recommended designating the area near the interstate interchange as a primary growth area. That designation allows development to occur that meets city standards. Also, city annexation and connection to city utilities are required in primary growth areas. Development "of a possible Foley Equipment facility and other future development hinges on city water and sewer services being extended to the area. Such a project currently is in the works. Businesses that hook onto the water and sewer lines would help pay the cost of installing the lines. "The only issue at the North Ohio interchange is the utilities," said city Planning Director Dean Andrew, who caUed the interchange land, "a prime area for development." PET / Movie stars using new imaging system FROM PAGE B1 The test also can determine the strength of muscles, which is particularly valuable for treating heart patients, Hauschel said. Garlow said he trained with the PET scan at the University of California at Los Angeles and said the imaging system is becoming popularly known as an "executive workout" there. Executives and many movie GRAPHIC DESIGN Tt'^ (totju^t 0/ NaM£^... Its Oy Pt ^otiUie^! (785) 823-2285 www.prontoprint.com • 627 E. Crawford • Located across from Central High School Locally Owned PATPUTZIER PROFESSIONAL O^ner.Audiologistl HEARING AID CENTER 1103-A W. Crawford / Salina 827-3849 /1-800-536-3849 stars are paying out-of-pocket for the scan to find out if they have any illness, he said. Hauschel said the hospital has not yet established protocols for "executive workouts." "But if that process becomes the standard of care, we'll do our best to offer that in Salina," he said. • Reporter Kara Rhodes can be reached at 823-6464, Ext. 167. or by e-mail at sjkrhodes® saljournal.com IMPORTANT - PLEASE READ Old Jewelry & Watches Worth a Fortune! 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DIAMONDS 1/2 Carat up to $600.00 3/4 Carat up to......... $750.00 1 Carat up to ..$2,500.00 2 Carat up to $7,500.00 3 Carat up to $15,000.00 4 Carat up to $25,000.00 Over 5 Carat bring in for a Quote. If Your Jewelry and Diamonds Are Not Listed Bring them In For A Free Appraisal And Cash Offer. European and Old Mine Cut Diamonds Needed Immediately! BUYING ALL AMERICAN COINS We are serious buyers of your single coin or massive coin collection. Please come In for your free appraisal or to sell any coins you might own. WE BUY GOLD-SILVER-AND ALLPRE-1964 COINS We pay the most money for old gold American coins. CASH IN YOUR HAND IS BETTER THAN UNUSED ITEMS SITTING IN DRAWERS OR SAFE DEPOSIT. BUYING WRIST & POCKET WATCHES: Over the years, watches have bpen our speciality. Antiquities in Time has very rich collectors who are willing to pay exorbitant prices for all watches, new or old. If you have a Railroad pocket watch or a Rolex President this will be your one big chance to get the most money for it. If you've been made an offer in the past, we can guarantee you, we just might beat it. We have over $1 million to spend on pocket and wrist watches. Our watch collector will be happy to give you a free cash appraisal. Rolex Bubble Back, Chrono, Daytona and all others up to : $12,000.00 Patek Philippe up to $100,000.00 Universal Gqneve up to $1,500.00 Breitling up to .....$2,000.00 Cartier up to $30,000.00 Audemars Piquet up to $15,000.00 Vacheron Constantin up to $25,000.00 Movado up to $3,000.00 LeCoultre up to $1,800.00 Tiffany & Co. up to $5,000.00 Moon Phase Watches bring in for a quote. Gruen up to $3,000.00 Hamilton up to $1,200.00 Waltham up to. $600.00 Dudley up to $25,000.00 Elgin up to , $1,000.00 Jules Jiirgehson up to $6,500.00 Howard up to $1,500.00 Chiming Watches up to $10,000.00 Ar^ repeating watch bring in for a quote. Any Chronograph watch bring in for a quote. NEED NOT BE RUNNING . IF YOUR WATCH ISN'T LISTED, BRING IT IN • WE BUY ALL BRANDS AND PAY THE HIGHEST PRICE. onS 'L STERLING SILVER ALL FLATWARE AND TEA SERVICES DESPERATELY NEEDED INSTRUMENTS WE ARE DESPERATELY SEEKING OLD VIOLINS IN ANY CONDITION ART GLASS ALWAYS BUYING IMPORTANT ANTIQUE GLASS PLATINUM Reasons to Sell 1. Antiquities in Time specializes in appraising and buying New and Antique Jewelry. Our generations of experience qualify us to evaluate everything from small pieces to the finest and most valuable estate jewelry. 2. Antiquities in Time has a sterling reputation. We are authorized and regulated by your Local and State Governments. 3. This is an ideal opportunity to have your valuables appraised (especially if you inherited them) by experts right here in this area. Come for a free appraisal and cash offer - no appointment necessary. 4. Owners of rare pieces say that it is extremely difficult to find buyers who have experience and knowledge to pay top market prices - most jewelry stores won't even make you an offer. 5. As bankers say, "during hard times, cash is King." WE ARE BUYERS OF ANY FORM OF GOLD INCLUDING DENTAL, CLASS RINGS & ANY BROKEN JEWELRY CAMERAS PAYING TOP PRICES FOR QUALITY ANTIQUE CAMERAS WE ARE LOOKING TO BUY PLATINUM IN ANY FORM FOR ANY ADVANCE INQUIRIES, PLEASE CALL 314-346-7497 COINS WE ARE STRONG BUYERS OF ALL GOLD & SILVER COINS IN ANY CONDITION WATCH MAKER ESTATES WE ARE INTERESTED IN PURCHASING ENTIRE WATCH MAKER ESTATES, WE WILL PAY REWARDS TO ANYONE WITH INFORMATION LEADING TO THE PURCHASE OF A WATCH MAKER'S ESTATE Antiquities 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday, May 5 9 a.m. -1 p.m. 785-825-8211 • Ramada Inn • 1-70 & North Ninth, Salina m Time

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