75¢ 16 Pages Thursday, December 4, 2003 119th Year, Number 49
Ambulance write-offs still a concern
By Karen Krien ambulance write-off issue and, af- Nov. 26 meeting that he thought Dr. Mary Beth Miller was also She had met with the ambulance di- suffered severe back problems and
present at the meeting, following up
Doctor says ter all the discussion, said they had
now heard both the doctor’s con-
Janelle Bowers, ambulance book-
keeper and billing person, was do- from the last meeting at which she
rector and bookkeeper to see how
these bills had been submitted.
could not be transported in a vehicle.
Another bill was submitted as a pa-
patient is the cerns and the ambulance director’s
comments and would make a deci-
ing a good job and it was his recom-
mendation that the commissioners
was also present. Dr. Miller’s con-
cern began when three patients
“I never send a patient by ambu-
lance unless it is a medical neces-
tient with hip pain but he had a se-
vere hip problem. Both needed am-
first concern sion on who would submit ambu- “show heart” by letting her continue came to her with ambulance bills
which had been denied by insurance
sity,” she said. bulance transportation.
The Cheyenne County Commis- lance claims at a future meeting. to do the job that they (the commis- One of the bills denied was sub- There were other bills mentioned
Larry Gabel, Cheyenne County sioners) had already invested or Medicare because they deemed mitted that the patient had a broken and the doctor felt that there should
sioners heard the other side of the them as “not a medical necessity.” See WRITE-OFFS on Page 9A
Ambulance director, reported at the money in. wrist but, in reality, the patient also
Students’ Man dies
program from gas
set for poisoning
By Karen Krien
Monday A 61-year-old Goodland man died Sun-
day because of accidental release of carbon
The St. Francis Elementary music Marlin Zimbelman was pronounced dead
department students will present their after a 911 call brought emergency medical
annual Christmas program at 7 p.m. technicans and ambulance service along
on Monday in the grade school gym. with the Trenton Rural Fire Department and
The program features the Hitchcock County Sheriff to the trailer
kindergarden through fourth grade where he and his wife were staying. The
music students and will include a trailer was located at Good Life Marina, 3
wide variety of Christmas songs, so- miles southwest of Trenton, Neb.
los, skits and choreographed dance Mr. Zimbelman’s wife Mary reported on
numbers. Monday that Mr. Zimbelman had trouble
“There will be many traditional with the furnace and she kept smelling gas
numbers as well as some new songs,” fumes. They had gone to bed but about 4:30
said Jean Ann Confer, music instruc- a.m., she became alarmed with the smell and
tor. tried to get her husband to leave the house
Themes include: with her. He refused, saying that he couldn’t
Kindergarten — “It’s Christmas.” smell anything.
First and second grade — “Here She went to the pickup where she spent
Comes Christmas.” the rest of the night. The next morning about
Third and fourth grade — “The 7:30, she went back to the house where she
Case of the Counterfeit Claus.” found Mr. Zimbelman on the bathroom
“The students have been working floor. The 911 call was made but Mr.
for several weeks on their program Zimbelman was determined to be dead af-
and are looking forward to the night ter authorities arrived.
of the performance,” Mrs. The Hitchcock County Sheriff
Confer said. Department’s news release reported that
The people in the Mr. Zimbelman died from carbon monox-
community are wel- ide poisoning because of improper venting
come and encouraged of the LP gas furnace.
to attend. In addition Mr. Zimbelman lived in Goodland with
to the 7 p.m. perfor- his wife. He was born and raised in Chey-
mance, a dress re- enne County and graduated from St. Francis
hearsal will be Community High School in 1960. His
held Monday mother Martha Gilbraith lives in St. Francis.
morning at 10 DECORATING THE TREE (Valerie Wurm) during the Christmas program practice were Kyla Bandel, left, Echo Funeral services have been set for 11 a.m.
a.m. on Thursday at the United Methodist
Jones, right, and Ashlee Orth, kneeling. Herald staff photo by Karen Krien Church in St. Francis. Burial will be in the
St. Francis Cemetery.
St. Francis woman claims
first instant $50 scrip prize
By Karen Krien each week and claim the instant win- ber office may receive one ticket.
St. Francis woman, Gladys ning number by Monday at 5 p.m. Each week, participating mer-
Owens collected the first instant $50 On Tuesday, new numbers are chants will be advertising sales and
in scrip by matching her Christmas drawn and inserted in the ads. The specials in the ads on the Christmas
On Us ticket number with the num- numbers from last week are no On Us pages so while people are
ber printed in The Saint Francis longer eligible to win. However, in looking for matching numbers, be
Herald and Bird City Times. the grand finale drawing on Dec. 21, sure to take a good look at the spe-
“It pays to all tickets will once again be eli- cials.
stay at home gible to win. Participating businesses where
and shop in St. A total of $400 in scrip will be tickets will be given away are::
Francis,” Mrs. given away to those holding the • Bankwest
Owens said. numbers which match those • Bier’s Hometown Store
Her ticket printed in the newspapers. • Cheyenne Bowl and Dairy King
came from The grand prize Christmas On • Cheyenne Pharmacy Plus
Sainty Super Us giveaway will be combined • Goodell Greenhouse and Floral
Foods and she with the St. Francis Area Chamber • Tim Poling DDS
wasn’t sure just of Commerce’s giveaway on the af- • Owens True Value
where she was Owens ternoon of Dec. 21 in Sawhill Park. • Parkhill Restaurant
going to spend At that time, one lucky person will • P & L Ideal Meat Market
it but knew it was going to come in receive the grand prize of $1,000 in • Sainty Super Foods
handy during the Christmas season. scrip; another will receive $100; and • Schultz’s
The Christmas On Us promotion any of the $50 weekly scrip prizes • St. Francis Area Chamber of
will be giving out $1,500 in scrip which have not been claimed will Commerce
money during the holidays. Each also be given away along with the • St. Francis Equity
week, at least two numbers taken Chamber’s drawings of $300 di- • The Saint Francis Herald/Bird
from tickets collected from partici- vided among three people. City Times
pating business, are drawn and A ticket will be given for each • Tri-State Lumber and Tubing/
printed in a Christmas On Us ad on $10 purchased in participating busi- Paints Plus
Pages 1, 2 and 3B of The Saint nesses. However, it is not necessary The contest will end on Dec. 19 LOTS TO TELL — Alex, Sam and Kaily Schorzman had lots to talk to Santa about Fri-
Francis Herald and Bird City to make a purchase to claim a ticket. and the grand prize drawing will be day evening. Alex and Sam are the children of Kevin and Angie Schorzman and Kaily is
Times. Those having tickets need to Each week, those coming to The St. held Sunday, Dec. 21. the daughter of Keith Schorzman. Herald staff photo by Karen Krien
be sure and check out their numbers Francis Herald office or the Cham-
Christmas season officially opens with many events
By Karen Krien friends who had come back for the year by popular demand!
Fun offered through season
The St. Francis Christmas season
officially opened Friday evening
with the Treasure Hunt, Light Pa-
The Grinch, who had been in the
parade, was around, getting almost
Treasure Hunt numbers were in-
serted in the Nov. 27 issue of The
Saint Francis Herald and a few ex-
rade, Santa, the Elf Train and some as much attention as Santa. tra were available at Santa’s Hut.
pretty cool temperatures. Before the Light Parade began, The St. Francis Volunteer Fire- The St. Francis Christmas sea- mittee has organized some events Treasure Hunt
Businesses were open later to ac- people were walking up and down men had the Elf Train running most son is here and will continue un- which will thrill children, give Each Thursday at 5 p.m., new
commodate shoppers and Santa’s Main Street with a red piece of pa- of the evening and each time it went til Christmas with the Treasure people an opportunity to win prizes Treasure Hunt numbers will be
Hut, located at Midwest Energy, per showing their Treasure Hunt down Main Street, it was full of chil- Hunt held each Thursday. The St. and a chance to shop in St. Francis posted in participating business
was packed with kids, parents and number. The Treasure Hunt is an old dren. Francis Christmas activities will stores. Many of the merchants will windows. Those Treasure Hunt
others stopping in to enjoy watching tradition in St. Francis but last year, The senior citizens hosted a soup end on Dec. 21 in Sawhill Park. be open later on Thursday evenings numbers that didn’t match Friday
the kids, eat popcorn, drink cocoa it was suggested that it be dropped. supper at the senior center and sold The St. Francis Area Chamber so the working people can fill their night may find the match this
and visit with neighbors and old However, it was brought back this See SEASON on Page 9A of Commerce’s Christmas Com- Christmas lists. See FUN on Page 9A
Public Notices WRITE-OFFS
Thursday, December 4, 2003 Saint Francis Herald 9A
Groundwater management Continued from Page 1A ambulance barn doing posting and
to hold public hearing never be a complete ambulance
write-off, noting that there was a
other bookkeeping duties but the
ambulance billing was sent to Diane
Published in The St. Francis Herald, Said revisions consist of incorporat- difference between contractual Becker in Plainville. Unfortunately,
St. Francis, Kansas, and The Bird ing all 2003 unexpended funds into write-offs where Medicare and/or after a time, not all the claims were
City Times, Bird City, Kansas, the previously approved 2004 oper- Blue Cross, Blue Shield pay only a turned in and Mrs. Bowers took over
Thursday, December 4, 2003. ating budget. The hearing will begin certain part of the bill, and those bills the billing. Director Gabel said Mrs.
LEGAL NOTICE at 11:30 a.m central standard time Bowers had gone to numerous
Pursuant to K.S.A. 82a-1030, the at the groundwater management
which are denied because of incor-
rect coding or information. trainings and he thought she was
board of directors of the Northwest district offices, 1175 S. Range,
Commissioner Tim Raile asked doing a good job.
Kansas Groundwater Management Colby, Kansas. Copies of the pro-
District No. 4 will conduct on Janu- posed revised 2004 budget will be the ambulance director if the billing Before Mrs. Bowers, there were
ary 8, 2004 a public hearing in order made available at the hearing site. process had gotten more compli- two bookkeepers who had fallen
to hear testimony regarding revi- Attest: Mitchell Baalman, GMD 4 cated over the past year as, last year, behind in billing and, before that, the
sions to the 2004 operating budget. Secretary the write-offs were $31,472 and this ambulance billing was done from
year, write-offs were already up to the sheriff’s office. This was 10
Notice of lapsed mineral $55,000 and there is still time left in years ago and, since that time, there
have been many changes in Medi-
interest in Cheyenne county The commissioners, while con-
cerned with the patients, noted that
care and insurance billing and cod-
Published in The St. Francis Herald, mineral interest in Northwest Quar- they are elected to spend the Dave Flemming, road and bridge
St. Francis, Kansas, Thursday, De- ter (NW) of Section Twenty-one (21), taxpayer’s dollars in a responsible supervisor, had an appointment with
cember 4, 2003 Township Five (5) south, Range way. If they are approving write- the commissioners but, since the
NOTICE OF LAPSED MINERAL Forty (40) West of the 6th P.M. lo- offs that could otherwise be col- ambulance write-off issue had
INTEREST cated in Cheyenne County, Kansas lapsed over into his appointment
This is notice to Harriet Rushmore; have lapsed. lected if billed correctly, they are not
spending the money responsibly. time, he had listened to what had
Robert Rushmore, Jr.; Corinee H. This notice is given by:
Eddy P. Schultz and Sherry L. Commissioner Ron Krien asked been said.
Pendleton; Hubert L. Harrison;
Manette Wideman; Ned W. Smull; Schultz if the bookkeeper needed additional He asked Director Gabel why he
and Neil H. Smull; their successors HC 1, Box 136 schooling which would help with even wanted the responsibility (bill-
and assigns, that their rights in the St. Francis, Kansas 67756 the coding and billing? ing) when there was someone want-
Hospital administrator Les Lacy ing to take it over and it could save
Dusty Farmer Restaurant was at the last meeting and had of-
fered the hospital bookkeeping staff
the county money. Mr. Gabel com-
mented that he didn’t believe the fig- REVA POWNELL, Food Pantry coordinator, helps fill
ures were right. Thanksgiving boxes to be given away.
to be offered at sheriff’s sale do the billing for $6 a run plus a one-
time training fee of $1,000. The commissioners will weigh
Published in The St. Francis Herald,
St. Francis, Kansas, Thursdays De-
cember 4, December 11 and De-
A tract of land in the Northwest
Quarter (NW1/4) of Section
Twenty-seven (27), Township
Commissioner Raile said that two
years ago, the ambulance director
was in favor of having the billing
the information taken from the
meeting and past meetings, then
make a decision on who will do the
Holidays are here!
billing at a future meeting.
cember 18, 2003. (49-51).
IN THE DISTRICT
COURT OF CHEYENNE
Three (3) South, Range Forty
(40), West of the 6th P.M. and
more particularly described as
follows, to-wit: Beginning at a
done in Plainville, for $12 a run and
Mrs. Bowers was still employed
with posting and other bookkeeping
In other business
In other business:
• Sam Beeson, Bird City, wanted
Support is needed
First National Bank, point where the East line of to know if Road Q between Roads By Karen Krien where cash donations can be left. This
St. Francis, Kansas, Scott Street of the City of St.
Administrator Lacy said that the
hospital staff works with insurance 25 and 26 was an open or closed Over 55 food baskets were deliv- money is used for perishables such as
Plaintiff Francis, Kansas, projected ers so needy family could enjoy a
and Medicare coding and billing on road. This stretch of road had been meat (turkeys and hams during the
vs South would intersect the Thanksgiving dinner. The baskets
Case No. 03-C-25 South right-of-way line of U.S. a regular basis and, if there were discussed previously and it recently holidays), milk, eggs, margarine and
Darrel L. Johnson and Kim L. Highway No. 36 as now laid questions, Dr. Miller was contacted included a turkey or ham, potatoes,
had a “no hunting” sign posted in the cheese.
Johnson d/b/a Empire Motel, Dusty out and established across before the billing was sent in. Dr. rolls, eggs, canned vegetables, fruit,
middle. Everyone agreed that if it There are many special needs dur-
Farmer Restaurant, and Tum- said Quarter Section, which Miller said that if a medical claim sweet potatoes, cranberry sauce,
was an open road, it would remain ing the holidays but nothing is as spe-
bleweed Lounge; United States of said point is approximately was denied, she followed up with open. pumpkin, evaporated milk or pie fill- cial as food on the table.
America, acting through the Internal One Thousand One Hundred letters containing detailed informa- ing, pie crust mix, Jello, pudding,
• Tim Carson, Corporate Plan
Revenue Service; State of Kansas, Ten Feet (1,110’) east from the stuffing mix and some ingredients for
Management representative, dis-
Department of Revenue; Board of
County Commissioners of Chey-
West line of said Section
Twenty-seven (27); thence
Director Gabel countered that he
had just received a bill from the hos-
several other meals.
cussed the county insurance, going
“All boxes were filled depending
over previous year’s usage and gave
enne County, Kansas, Two Hundred Twenty Feet on items we had on hand at the Pan-
Defendants (220’) south along said projec- pital for a service performed in the recommendations for the future. No
decision was made. try and the size and needs of the fam- Continued from Page 1A
PUBLIC NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S tion of the east line of Scott spring, indicating that the hospital’s Thursday or one of the following
SALE Street of the City of St. Francis, billing system might not be as good ily,” said Reva Pownell, Food Pantry
• Supervisor Flemming gave his
monthly report and talked about one Thursdays. Businesses are offering
By virtue of an Order of Sale is- Kansas; thence East at right as presented.
sued to me out of the District Court angles approximately One of the county’s truck repairs. “The food boxes were delivered to great prizes and many will be open to
Administrator Lacy said the staff distribute them. (Those businesses
of Cheyenne County, Kansas, in the Hundred fifty-nine and three- tried to get the bills out in the most very appreciative families that we felt
• The commissioners approved 36
above-entitled action, I will on the tenths feet (159.3’), but in any could use a boost for the Thanksgiv-
hours overtime for the undersheriff; not open will honor the prizes on the
30th day of December, 2003, at event to intersect the West line
efficient way and that there wasn’t next business day when open.)
a billing system that was flawless. ing holiday.
approved a hospital pay application
10:00 o’clock A.M. C.T., of said day, of a certain tract of land con-
(for the remodeling project) of “All of the cash and food donations Santa
at the front door of the Courthouse veyed by John MacDonald He said that he did not want the am- Santa will be in St. Francis from
bulance bookkeeper to lose her job from various businesses, organiza-
$209,320; agreed to pay EBH and
in the City of St. Francis, County of and Chloe MacDonald, his 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. each Thursday
Cheyenne and the State of Kansas, wife, to Carroll D. Skalberg and and the staff was willing to, and had tions, clubs, schools, youth groups,
Associates, Goodland, $5,101 for
churches and individuals in both St.
the remainder of the work done at evening. This Thursday, he will be at
offer at Public Sale and sell to the wife by warranty deed dated already, helped her out with prob-
Francis and Bird City really helped
the airport; approved to pay West- Super Foods. On Dec. 11, he will be
highest bidder for cash in hand, all the 10th day of October, 1959, lem cases. He adamantly stated that
the following-described real estate, and recorded in Book 47 at and were appreciated. We also re-
ern Prairie Resource Conservation at Video Kingdom and, on Dec. 18,
he didn’t think the billing should fall at Owens True Value. Children will
to-wit: page 58 of the records of the on Dr. Miller’s shoulders as she was and Development dues of $250.ceived some very willing volunteers
A tract of land in the Northwest Office of the Register of Deeds However, the commissioners to help us fill and deliver the boxes.” be able to visit with him, tell him their
Quarter (NW1/4) of Section of Cheyenne County, Kansas,
already busy. Christmas wishes and he will give
He also said that the hospital was wanted more information on com- Now, the Food Pantry shelves are
Twenty-seven (27), Township projected South; thence North
puter and printer prices. almost bare and it is just weeks before each a candy cane.
Three (3) South, Range Forty along said West line of said not interested in operating the am- Elf Train
bulance service. the Christmas food boxes will be de-
• The full-time county employees
(40), West of the 6th P.M., tract conveyed by John The Elf Train, operated by the St.
more particularly described as MacDonald and Chloe Others present to either show sup- livered. A number of organizations
will receive $200 scrip Christmas
and school classes have organized
bonus; part-time employees will re- Francis volunteer firemen, will be
follows: MacDonald to Carroll D. port for Mrs. Bowers or just to gain
ceive $100. drives for the Food Pantry which will running each Thursday evening,
Beginning at a point on the Skalberg and wife projected more information were: Beth Gabel,
South right-of-way line of U.S. South and along the West line Next meeting help immensely. There are also some weather permitting.
Connie Jenkins, Wendy Richmier, Lighting Contest
Highway 36 as constructed in of said tract to intersect the Tammi Sherlock and Rex Murray. cash donations which have been
The next meeting of the commis-
1933 A.D., which said point is South right-of-way line of said made but, all of this help is just a be-
sioners has been set for 8 a.m. on Chamber Christmas Lighting Con-
1519.3 feet East of the West U.S. Highway No. 36; thence
Mrs. Bowers began doing the test winners will each receive $50 in
ambulance billing about a year ago. ginning. More is needed.
Dec. 15 in the commissioners’ room
line of said Section; thence Westward along the South
at the courthouse. Mrs. Pownell said that the Bird City scrip to be spent in St. Francis. Every-
South 0 degrees 17’ East 120 right-of-way line of U.S. High- Before that time, she worked at the one with Christmas lights is automati-
Ministerial Alliance will be deliver-
feet; thence in a Westerly di- way No. 36 to the point of be- cally entered and houses will be
rection, parallel to and 120 feet ginning. ing boxes to Bird City but there are
South of said South right-of-
way line of said Highway No.
36 a distance of Two Hundred
The above-described real estate
and property is taken as the property
of Darrel L. Johnson and Kim L.
SEASON still many boxes to be filled in the St.
Francis and surrounding area.
Among the items needed are:
judged on Sunday, Dec. 14, by last
year’s Lighting Contest winners. The
winning homes will be featured in the
fifty feet (250’); thence North Johnson, defendants, as described Continued from Page 1A mas Committee member. canned vegetables and fruits, boxed next Saint Francis Herald. The con-
and parallel with the west line by said Order of Sale to be sold and out of soup and cinnamon rolls. Up and down the street and meals such as Hamburger Helpers, test divisions include: Religious,
of said Section Twenty-seven will be sold without Appraisement to Next year, they said they are plan- even into the condiments such as catsup, mustard, Most Lights/Decorations and Fan-
(27) a distance of approxi- satisfy said Order of Sale. ning to serve many more people. next day, salad dressing, mayonnaise, jelly, tasy.
mately One Hundred Twenty Eddie Dankenbring “The Chamber members, busi- people were peanut butter, rice, macaroni, spa- Grand giveaway
Feet (120’) but in any event to Sheriff of Cheyenne County, still talking The Christmas On Us celebration
intersect the South right-of- Kansas nessmen and others involved with ghetti, juices, flour, sugar, soups —
the Christmas Opening had no idea about the the list just goes on and on. And, if no will be held on Sunday, Dec. 21, at
way line of said U.S. Highway Jerry D. Fairbanks
that it would so well attended! It was Chamber’s one comes to your door on a food Sawhill Park. Activities will include:
36; thence in an Easterly direc- General Counsel
tion along said right-of-way to First National Bank great!” said Gloria Bracelin, Cham- Christmas drive, drop some off at the Pantry at a chili feed, Caroling Contest, Santa,
the place of beginning, subject 202 E. 11th - P.O. Box 570 ber secretary. Opening and the sheriff’s office or call Mrs. the Elf Train and the drawing of three
to legally laid out roads, high- Goodland, KS 67735 “We were thrilled with the partici- making plans Pownell at 785-332-3561 and she will $100 scrip prizes. The Chamber joins
ways and easements of 785-890-2000 pation and turnout of floats and for next year. pick up the items. There is also a Food The Saint Francis Herald and partici-
record; and people,” said Dawn Lucas, Christ- Pantry fund at Sainty Super Food pating businesses in the drawing of
$1,000 and $100 in scrip.
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