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No. 37 Pack 36 had their and Gold Banquet Community Building evening, February D0t luck dinner of fried scalloped potatoes, and corn. ]ella lad cake was enjoyed was Patriotism carried out on the ~f each den and with hind the head table. were given to the boys: Was Alexan- Beougher, Richard Blew, Jimmy Scott Neilson, 2 year Year pins were given Coffman, Stephen El- A CONSOLIDATION OF THE WESTERN ADVOCATE, JEWELL COUNTY MONITOR, AND THE FORMOSO NEW ERA. IF IT'S FOR JEWEt.I COUNTY, WE'RE FOR IT 2 Sections . 14 Pages Mankato, Kansas Thursday, February 23, 1967 kins, Jerry Harder, Marts Neeper, Roger Rightm,qer: Richard Bartholomew, Duane Beougher, John Huntsim~er, received 3 year pins. Silver arrow points were awarded tc Darrel Beougher, Richard Blair, Mark Blew, Stephen El- kins, Jerry Harder, Roger Rightmeier, and Ward Coff- man received both a gold and sih,er arrow point. Duane Beougher was induct- ed into the Boy Scout Troop after receiving his Webelo badge. Laurence Hell and Bill Blackwood received their Den Chief cords. to A! Kale, Troop Committeeman, Danny Hunter, Wade Alexander, Hell, Scoutmaster, and Lawrence Hell. Congressman Bob Dole Proposes BIll To Assure Fairness In Taxation Disputes Washington -- Congressman Bob Dole (R-Kan) has intro- duced legislation to establish a Small Tax Court to assure the average taxpayer of fair- ness in any dealings with the Internal Revenue Service. "Our court system should serve as arbiter in disputes between the Internal Revenue, Service and y taxpayer, an " Congressman Dole said. "It is :not always fair that the exe- cutive agency serving as col- lector of taxes also serves as final judge as to what taxes are actually due." Under provisions of the bill any taxpayer involved with the Internal Revenue Service in a dispute over taxes due Of know that it is un- any person, cam- corporation to sell. Sale, or give away livestock feed ms- with noxious weed seed is found grain, or livestock a fine of not $50 or more than be invoked for each found guilty. Weed Depart- qualified to make the inspections. If you a farm sale, or of- grain, or livestock for private sale: Department and ements to have it is no charge Left to fight: Mark Blew, Richard Bartholo- mew, Wes Alexander, Dennis Kennedy, John Hunt- singer, Martin Neeper, Duane Beougher, and Rich- ard Blair. Left to right: Ward Coffman, Roger Rightmeler, Stephen Elkins, Jerry Harder, Kelth Hamilton, Scott Neilson, and Roy Wakefield, Cubmaster Virgil Beougher is in the rear. Cub Scouts Jimmy Mur- ray and Darrell Beougher were not present when the picture was taken. in any amount up to $2500 could appeal to the new Small Tax Court which would be a division of the Tax Court of the United States. "Millions of Americans each year are confronted by the In- ternal Revenue Service with claims for taxes due," Dole said. "Many, or even most, of these claims are big enough to hurt the taxpayer but not large enough to justify the great expense involved in long, drawn-out litigation." "The taxpayer in this kind of situation generally has no alternative but to accept the judgment of the Internal Re- venue Service officials," Dole added. Dole added that the Tax Court was created 40 years ago whee federal income taxes were not a~sessed at all against persons who had less than $5000 income, The Court was not established for the small taxpayer. "Now we have a different situation," he sMd. "The av- erage citizen needs to be able to ob!~ain ~n impartial review of a tax dispute without the heavy expense and legal in- volvement of a court case," Lawrence -- One hundred ninety-nine students in the School of Engineering and Architecture of the University of Kansas have earned places on the Dean's Honor Roll for the fall semester, Dean Willi am P. Smith announced today. Among them is Gene W. Wcster, 224V~ N. High, Man- kate, a senior, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Morris. INII Rep. Arden Dierdorff met with a group of Jewell County citizens in the Correll Club Room Saturday, Feb. 18th, at 10:00 a.m. He discussed the progress of legislative action at Topeka. Part of the group, which were here to meet with Rep. Dierdorff are shown above. In the opinion of Rep. Dier- dorff, the port of entry will not be eliminated in Kansas. It is expected that some changes will be made in its operation but the agency will continue to function. Rep. Dierdorff is the chair- man of the roads and high- ways committee in the house, He discussed the overall road problem in Kansas and gave details of his trip to Oklahoma with Gov. Docking and a dele gation to discuss proposed turnpike legislation with the governor of Oklahoma. Kan- sas has a large mileage in its road system. It is getting in- creasingly harder to finance MANKATO DEFEATS ST. JOHN'S m Mankato Cougars defeated St. John's of Beloit on their court Thursday, Feb. 16 by a score of 89-60. This was the last game of the regular sea. son for Coach Miskimon's club. They finished with a re- cord of 13 wins and 5 defeats. This is the best club Mankato has fielded for several years. All Cougar fans are proud of Coach Miskimon and his ex- cellent team. Mankato has been seeded first in the Class "B" district at Concordia Feb. 22, 23. and 24. The Cougars will play the winner of the Clifton-Notre Dame contest at 7:00 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 23. The coach selected Mike Rourke as the defensive player of the week. Mike did an out- standing job on the nre~s against the strong undefeated Lincoln ball club, Tuesday, Feb. 14. In the "B" team contest, St. John's defeated Mankato the construction of new roads and the maintenance of the old. Too, the state is going to get $7,000,000 less in matching funds from the government this year. The representative didn't think an increased gas- oline tax would be passed this year. House bill no. 1148 was dis. cussed. It is a bill, which is in the Committee on Water Resources. The bill would give Superior, Nebr. the right to obtain water for city muni- cipal water supply purposes by taking ground water from Jewell County, Kansas. The group at the meeting Saturday told Rep. Dierdroff they were definitely opposed to giving up water rights to anybody. Shortage of water is a big problem in Jewell County and most every other section of the state and Jewell County residents present at the meet- ing opposed this bill. It is to be discussed in committee at Topeka Tuesday, Feb. 21, at Medicare Claim 60 to 42. The box scores: Mankato "B", 42; St. John's, 60, fg ft f tp Jack Dean 2 5 1 9 LeRoy Moser 3 1 4 7 Jerry Rourke 2 1 4 5 Ed Wilson 3 0,16 Mike Dodd 6 0 312 Eddie Beck 1 1 23 Totals 17 8 15 42 Mankato "A", 89; St. John's, 60. fg ft f tp Melvin Kitts 9 6 3 24 Sam Colson 9 6 1 24 Mike Rourke 3 2 4 8 J. C. Clegg 1 2 2 4 Ralph Ozmun 6 3 3 15 Russell Lange 4 0 1 8 Mike Grout 1 0 2 2 LeRoy Moser 0 0 1 0 Jerry Rourke 1 0 0~ 2 Jacl~ Dean 1 0 0 2 Chuck Zadina 0 0 0 0 Ed Wilson 0 0 0 0 Mike Dodd 010 0 0 Totals 351917 89 If you are about to send in your first medicare claim for repayment of doctor bills you have paid, a visit to the social ~ecar~ty otlice may help to prevent a delay in payment, accoraing to E. H. Hagan, District Manager in Salina. tiagan says mat in the past some medicare payments for auctor bills nave been delayed because some simple but im- portant bit of information did not go to the medicare carrier with the request for payment. There are two methods of claiming payments for doctor bills under medicare. Under one. the doctor bills the pa- tient for whatever part of the $50 deductible has not been paid, plus 20~, of the rest of the bill. tle then claims the remaining 80 percent from the medicare carrier. This method can be used only if the doctor agrees to it. Under the second method, the patient pays the doctor and requests repayment from the medicare carrier. To show the carrier that the bill has been paid, the patient either includes an itemized receipted bill from the doctor, or has the doctor show the necessary in- formation on the request for payment form. All claims ,'~,~t be on the Request for Payment form -- see page 291 of YOUR Medicare Handbook Persons filing a claim on be- half of a deceased person are encouraged to see a social se- curity representative before sending the claim for pay- ment. "If an older person in the Salina area wants us to re- view his request for payment but is unable to come to the office or see a representative in his county, he may send the claim to us by mail with a telephone number, and we will call him if we see any probTems," Hagan said. The address of the Salina Social Security office is 528 North 9th, P. O. Box 747, zip code 67401. Left to right: Alvin Fall, Jr., Dale Mahaffy, Rep, Arden Dierdorff, Mrs. Frank W. Boyd, ChaL T. Nichols, Jon Menhusen, W. R. Waugh, Nell Llat- berger, Vie Tullar, and E. E. Penner. Jar tnls OU! because 4~0 com- munities in Kansas have no transportation service at this time. The next meeting with our legislator will be Saturday, March 4th, at 10:00 a.m. in the Correll Club Room. Every- one interested in getting , first hand report on activities at tim legislature in Topeka slmuld attend. 4:uU p,m. ann a aelegauon] from Jewell County is going to Topeka to voice their pro-! test in definite terms. Rep. Dierdorff has intro- duced a bill, which would give the Kansas Corporation Com- mission authority to tell a bus company to give service to this area. He feels that there is good support in the house Left to right: Ray Dietz, John Perdue, Walter Campbell, Jim Gunter, Neal Harris, Clyde ReedD Leo Obert, and Vic Tullar. lie I'requentlv visits Joes, as he has relatives there. The fnllowin~ was written about Gerald D. (Jerry)' Shyffer, 6S, He lives in Boulder, and with his wife, the former Hasel Snunders, operates Saunders Paint and Glass. The Snyder$ moved to Boulder to run the store after the death of Mrs, Snvder's father. They have two sons, both living in BOuI- dcr, and two grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Wfls0o of Ellsworth sent an $8,00 check to the Hospital Memor- ial Fund for Chris Vandevent- er. Tile Wilsons became ao- quainted with Chris and his wife when they visited thail" daughter, Mrs. Max Davisson, and family when they lived in Ellsworth. The Wflsons w~ away on a trip at the time o~ Chris' death. The Wflsons a~ Vandeventers are fine, c0m- munity minded p~ople and have enjoyed their friendsh/p, Glenn Hudiburgh A High t School Basketball Star Glenn thdihur.,:a w.:~ a[ member of the " 1929 Joes,] Coloradobasketball team, I which won the state champion- ship of Colorado and placed third in the national tourna- ment at Chicago, There were only 22 boys in school. Glenn and another former Jcwell County boy, Gerald Snyder, were starters on the team. W. C. Clement of Denver sent a copy of the Feb. 12, 1967 Denver Post, which Con- tained a story about this won- derful team. It gave a sum- mary of its record and the activities .)f the players since. It had the fol~owing to say about Glenn Hudiburgh, 55. parts and service manager of Lehrling Chevrolet, Mankato, Kansas. He married Zoe Mar- shall and has a step-daughter, Mrs. Betty Foster of Oklahoma City and three grandchildren. to rlaht: hmdrt Saint Jeannette Grout , Left to right: Wands Opllnger, Charlotte Bar- Left to rlaht: Steve Van Horn, Curtbl Shoo. .tl Van Horn. ]1 jar, and Clndy WinsioW. nar. .,r, and D d. Swltzer, above are some of I lee; Curtis Sh'oemaker, Llme } ~'urple tRegmna )' ' errlll, Wl tte Rock '[ustle ~:un.t.y. 4.H era who Jstone Valley, j lette Borger, Limestone Val. ,isno'. Jc ~nne Me, ollou ~t,urpleBuffa(Iteglnal):o V~LIIey~, Sandra [ BeesBlue:JeanetteDebra.Boller,Obert, Odessa.odessa, rmoons" at tne[ Blue: Terry Voboril, Odessa.[ley. [ uffalo V dley, ten, r lue: Go, de 'augh WhiteI let Alternate: Clelia Thomas, !ub Day ~ast Sat. ~Ist Alternate; Ronald Whel. J Blue: Dixie Obert, Odessa,[ hck Cieve and, Webb ~r Wi ~k Hustlers: Rick Cleve-[ Odessa, 2nd Alternate, wm. represent the J chel, Odessa, 2nd Alternate: l lst Alternate; Ruth Blattner,I Awake, accordion; D anns land, Webber Wide-Awake, I Red: Mark Intermill, Web-, ~eglon.al 4-H Club IDlxie Obert, Odessa: GailJWhitemound Builders, 2nd Al-J Dillon, Northbranch Busyl Joycelyn Kemmerer, Buffalo[ bet Wide-Awake: Mlke Pe- trcn . . [Bartley, Limestone Valley. j ternate. [Bees, piano, Valley, _ ]teete, Formo o Willing Work- Selrer Man ne ,~enotPUrplepresentaWaru. [at Red: Becky, Opllnger, Buffa. ]Music (instrumental Solos) [Model Meetings i Red: Teresa , Tadhi] ors: Ja Kemmerer, Buffalo .. ]Io Valley: Eddie Runyon and] Club in Charge-Odessa, [ Club in Charge - Webberlkato Eager Beavers; ]Valley; Alvin Webber, Web. e pxcmres were[Bob Korb, White Rock Hust.[ Purple (Regional): Terry Wlde.Awake= . , o Ea er Beav Ilsted belo.w_.arel ,era: Cheryl Underwood, IVoboril, Odessa, piano, [ Purple (Regional) : White.I$1 sbv'ers; Charle~ ankatne Wallaceg , North"[ber- / richs,WideAwake;Webber Wide-Awake;Mark Fre. =meets aria mexrlWhltemound Builders: Marcia[ IBlne' Barbara Saint Buffn- , , mound Builders, White: Tena Davis, Formo-iBoys Public Speaking "unty Club Day' [Voborfl Odessa: Alvin Web.,loValley, piano, lstAlternate:l Red: Buffalo Valley: For-Ibra'~eh BusyBee'' [ ] Davld Atwood, Odessa, !n.s And lHustrat.[ber' Webber Wide-Awake; Lin-[Steve Van Horn, L~mestone[moso Willing Workers. ] so Wuilng workers, [ Clubs in Charge - Formoso ;mar ~ro.u.p~ . [del Wood, Wsbber Wide.[Valley, cornet, 2nd Alternate:[ White' Mankato Eauer Bea-I Pro|eft Talks ]Willing Workers and Mankato narge J~lmes~one n " ..." i Awake. i Crystal Van R rn, Llmestone jv,~r= ' ] Clubs in Charge - Formoso Ea er Beavers g ormnranch BusY[Girls Public Speaking iVaUey, piano: Barbara Roe ]Demonstrations And Illustret-iWlll g I urple: Dale Switser, Jr,, .... in Workers and Mankato p _. i Clubs in Charge. Limestone[ Webber '~IdeAwake, flute, led Talks (Junior Group) l Eager Beavers.. . _.. [Formoso Willing Workers, ;aar.] Valley and Northbranch Btm] Red: Debbie Inskeep, Lime.] Club in Charge - White RockJ Vm.l B~'~ atone Va le~', piano Cathy , . , o,.o,, o,o,, w,,oo,, M,.. Winslow, Northbranch Busy ]kato w-agor Beavers. I ! Left to right: Mrs. Harold Bum, Ruth Bls b. her, Cheryl Underwood, Earlene Sllsby, Darrell , Mart, part of the group which participated In tim Model MNtlng for the Whltemound Bulldem. Music (Mostly Votal) ] - ~-", ..... l~,' White 9,ock Hustlers, Clubs in Charge - Buffalo "~,~:,,'~_', e, .... W-rner Valley and Whltemound Build- in:n~a.~'~l~,,~er ~'oavglS, era .... [ The aarticipatlon in Cotl Purple (Regional): Crystall ..... ".- ............. i 4-it ~IUD ~ay wa= v~,.~, r,~. and Steve Van Horn, Line-[ ,h,. year and we are ley, vo '..i ..... i and leaders are doing throt h , Eal eea 4-H club work, Talent ] Hays -- Four Fort Hays Clubs in Charge - Buffalo] State Co,e~e ~raduates pas Valley and Whitemound Build-[ ed the Certified Public ers. I countants examination in Blue: Square Dance, 5th I vember. and,Sth grade, Buffalo Valley,[ Among the new CPA's 18 Red, Square Dance, 3rd and lCharles Joerg of Fo m olo, 4th grade, Buffalo Valley; J wbo is now employed in Go~b Becky Terrill and Lori Gates, ]ordla.