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JEWFJ, L COUNTY RECORD Thursday, February 26, 1970 Page 4 - Section 2 Formoso WHnlte Weir gone C~ark m~d John vPal~or were {Mr. and {Mrs; David Dof inar of WichRa, {Mrs. Dale 5~rr- hie, Mr. and (Mrs. Howard Pat- rick, and [Rrs. Ste~4a Patrick. Reh'eahmenCs of ice cream and cake ~ere served. LMr. and {Mrs. Harold Walker of Cour~and were Sunday eve- ~$r. and Mrs. Lee DaVldson ning vksRors at the home of drove to Jeweil Tuesday eve- Mr. and (Mrs. Bill Shtq.mons. /or a visit at the home of 'Mr. and ~rs. 0Pyre James his ~bter, {Mrs. (Marj~rie Hipo- were Saturday evening visitors. IRe. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin ~c(Mil- ~x. and ~f~s. John {Maguus- Ion of ~tandaM were visitors on son ~#ere ~uests Friday of Mr. Wednesday agterncon at the [Mrs. Ear~ TOMas. , home of (Mr. and (Mrs. Carl (Mr. and (Mrs. Clarence Green- Florel~. Sunday at~ternoon carl. berg of JeweH were (Monday ers .were (Mrs. Aaron Ca 'r~son OF mvenlng visitors at the home of ~nd and Mrs. E~ta ,Ander- Mr, and (Mrs. Joe Haskins. son of Jamestown. Ooneld and Mrs. F1em- {Mr. and (Mrs. Stanley Vea~ and sons of Ft. Sitl, Okla. are the parenls of a baby girl were house guests over the born Feb. 17 at the Betlev',~le weekend of her parents, Mr. hospital The ~ittle girl will an- and Mrs. Bruce Hmv~and. Oth. swer to the name Tamra Re- ef ,guests for Sunday dinner nee. The g~andparents are (Mr. were ~r. and (Mrs. Clark Holy- end ~h-s. Glen Vea~h OF Court- land and Ten'y. Sunday after- land and Mr. and ~rs. Edward noon callers were (Mx. and Mrs. Isaacson of Fonmoso. Mm. Da~e Hoard and ~mfly, {Mrs. Maude How~and is .the great- Joe Ford and Kelly, (Mr. and grandmother. ~Jrs. Robert Howland, and {Mr. The Tuesday-fren ~ub was aad ,Mrs. H. G. Field. engined Tuesday ~rnoon {M~'. and (Mrs. Bill Simmons st ~e home of (Mrs. Cleo ~land- were Sunday dinner guess of ing with 12 members present. their ,Eranddaug~ter, Mr. and The president, /rye. Opa~ Wet- Mrs. Jim Nitcher and family of son, cond~o~ed the business ses- BelleviMe, in observanoe of sion, Roll Pail was answered Mra. Nitcher's bi~t.hday, by each ~,ving something about Mr. and {Mrs. ~arry 'H~bee George Washington. ~/Irs. Laura drove to H~stings, Nebr. Sun. Kingsley won Che hostess pack- day morning and ~ent the day age and each member received at the home of (Mrs. (Mayme a giR from the grab bag. The hostess served refreshments in Mr. and (Mrs. J. A. Bow~es keeping of Washi~n's birth- arrived ~ere on ,Friday trom day. /Rwood, Kam. to spend a few The Formoso C~napter EaSt- days at t~e home of Mrs. Isis ern Star held Rs regular meet- Bo~es. On Saturday ~ternoon in gThursday evening with Mrs. they aft called on ~r. and Mrs. Thelma Holdren, Wbrthy Ma- Ear~ Tobias and on Sunday tron, in charge. A~t the close of aRernoon they Pal~led on M~s. the Ohapter refTeshmen~s were Jenny Blan~ng, (Mrs. E~la Pat- sewed by ~rs. Vernie Etnig~ terson, Mrs. Nina Libhart, ~rs. and ~Wrs. E~hel C/lark. Mabel Robb, and Mrs. Gladys (Mr. and {Mrs. Joe Kingsley Car~on, all of Cour, t~nd. were hosts ~or the Past-Sixteen dKr. and (Mrs. Benny Free Finochle C~ub at their home and ~arnily were dinner guests Thursday evening with a~ Sunday of her parents, Mr. and members present. Refreshments (Mrs, Bifl ~.asl of Cuba, Karts. were sewed by the ho~ts. in observance of (Mr. Kasl's {Mr. and ~rs. C~ayton Hughes birthday. Enroute home they drave to 'Manhattan F~day /or stopped at Courfland where a visR ~ the home OF her sis- they were supper guests c!f Iris tar, ~r. and {Mrs. LeSlie Jamb- parents, Mr. and {Mrs. B~ Free. son. On Saturday they drove to ~r. and (Mrs. David Dolinar Topeka and visi4~cl her brot.her, ~f Wichita were guests over t.he Olenn Quy, who is critically iU. weekend of her parents, Mr. Hrs. Emma Joerg accc~npanied and Mrs. Howard Patrick. Mrs. the ~lu~hss to Manhattan and Dale (Marble a~xon~anied them v~sited a~ the home OF Mr. and and was a guest of her mother, Mrs. {Masc~ Joerg and Cindy. Mrs. Stella Pa.tri~:k. {Mrs. Wir~t Smith of Manltato IMrs. Vernie Fanigh was a dinner guest Sunday of Mr. was a caller Friday at the end ~rs, Orville J~as. She homes of her brothers, Mr. A. was a surpper guest of Mr. and R. ~i~gstley and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. ,Dale Hoard and family Joe Kingsley. James Haskins, ~ year old and (M~s. Joe Ford and son, Kelp. son of Mr. and ~s. Gone Has- Fmnday Mterno0n vis~,tors m kins is seriously itl in the St. the borne v~ {Mr. and {Mrs. Eu- Joseph's Hospital in Cormordia. TeSts and observa~on are being made. The Forrnoso ~gion Aux~li. ary held its regular meeting on Friday aRernoon at the Legion Hall with H members present. The business meeting was con- ducted by the president, Mrs. Cleo B~anding. A memorial ser. vice, which included the Drap- ing of the Charter, in memory of a ~aRb~ul mvruber, (Mrs. Ber- tha Kingsley, was held. F~ans were made to serve the aanual creamed chicken and biscuit supper on S~turday evening, Mar. 21. At the close of the meeting refreshments were served by (Mrs. Ste, Ua Cunning- hard. Mr. and ~drs. Howard Appleby have i~t on an extended motor trip through the southwestern and ~vestern states. They spent NEW PONTIACS AND OLDSMOBII~S IN STOCK 1968 PONTIAC 4-Door - Power and Air 1964 CHEVROLET Pickup 1.969 OLDSMOBILE DeRs Demowtmt0~: 1966 OLDS 4-Door with Power and Air 1966 CHEVROLET 4.Door 1965 PONTIAC with Power and Air ' 1964 PONTIAC 4-DOOR, power and air 19{51 CHEVROLET PICKUP 1961 TEMPEST 4-Door 1949 CHEVROLET Truck - Box and Hoist 1970 New GMC Pickup , , , , m I WAUGH OIL & GAS CO., INC. rJ ........... I II I "" I Monday n~ht wRh ~r. "and and Lisa from Guide Rock and Mrs. Jerry RFan and ~am~ at Mr. and ,Mrs. Ray Haeclmr of bZc, l~herson, and were Tuesday tWankato ea~ed on Mrs. Elsie dinner and overnight guests o[ O#borne Sunday eRernoon. {Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Wade and (Mrs. Edwin (Marr was releas- famgy at Pratt. They ex~ec~ to ed from the ~etlevi~e hospRa~ arrbre on T~ ~t the home and returned home last Tues- Rev. and (Mrs. Rector John- day. son near qk~son, Ariz. bLm. WIrs. Glen Andrea~on, ~J~s. Johnson is the fonuer Mrs. EL Paul Da~ and (Mrs. Ctlarence ale ~ales, a former Formoss Behrends were co~ee guests of resident. They will continue blr~s. Lamrenoe Bo4~wetl Thurs- their tr~p to Corva~Us, Ore. for day morning. a visR at the home of their son, The Wehber ~Vide,A~Wake Mr. ~ Mrs. Arn~d ~ppleby Club is in charge of collecting and fam~y, for the ,Heart Fund in Jackson Steve Field of (Milford, Karts. Township. a weekend guest of his Patricia Da~idson is making a parents, {Mr. and ~Mrs. B. A. spread of the ribbons w,hich she Field, ~nd other relatives, has won in horse shows. Mrs. {Mrs. {Ma~tha S~tnder was hos- Loy Devidson of Nelson, Mrs. tess to the (Happy Hour Club at Chat Peele of Betlev,',~e, Mrs. her home on Thursday ~ter- Jess W~Ison, (Mrs. Leon Jensby noon. 10 members were pres- and Mrs. ~D~as Diamond are ent. {Mrs. Lewis Dunstan was an among those wXto called last invited guest. The ~,adies enj(~y- week to assist with the qx~Iting. ed a social aRernoOn. The hos- {Mr,. and (Mrs. Duane Kintigh tess served rofreslm~ents, returned home last Monday Bowling News from ~eir recem va~n in Ho 'hum! ,I guess th~ pre- the so~h. mature seige of spring fever {Mr. and ~Wxs. A. W. Wilson has soR of nipped our z~p. Or were Sunday dinner guests of now R j~z~t could be we were iMr. and (Mrs. Jess Wilson. a~ out working ~r these low (Mrs. Floyd Davidson reCeived prizes Friday night. Well, any- word ~at her brother, Tom way, we were atl having fun I~vewell of St. Joe, was dis- and that's the main sou_~ce of missed from the hospital and any game. H~ve you signed up has returned home v~er his re- for to~Lenament play yet? Th~s cant surgery. Wi~ be con'dug up in March. Mrs. Lawrence ~oth~vetl was There will be trophies, awards, a coflfee guest of ~rs. Jim Pro'- etc., plus the t~un of rivalry. So, ceil Friday morning. do 1~an on getting your team on {Mr. and ~rs. Floyd Sisson, our fist, a~so your own name @Jr. and ~rs. Da~e Crispin, Mr. ~or singles and dou~es. For and Mrs. Jess Wilson, Mr. and the men we see Vau~hn Sta~- Mrs. A. W. ~'vlson, Mrs. E~#an- ford emerging as the h~gh in- or Crsi~in, W~'lie Kirlcpatrick, dividual scorer Of a single ~r. and d~4rs. Oldie Crispin, and game with ~is 196. This name ~m's. Anna Graham were din- sounds ~amiliar -- Lavernia ner gueets of (Mrs. Violet Grah- Kohn, with a ,169, had the high am in Stkoerior Friday evening. OF the ladies. Boxes of choco- (Mrs. Cecil.Levewell and son lates were ~Warded to L~vernia of Superior called on {Mrs. Floyd Kohn f~)r her high 3-game ser- Da~idson Friday. ies of 4~1 pins and Vaughn StY- The We/~er W~'de-A-Wake ~rd for his high series of 498. Oiub plans to pm~cipa~e in Those anvards of dubious dis-several events in the E~ing tinotion were won by ~orence Achieveme~ Day at LM~nkato Datfl and Jack Reed. West Marsh Mrs. Vechal Crewford Saturday. (Mr. and Mrs. Greg Birrell of Republic and Mrs. Letl~a Vale were dinner guests Of Mrs. FJ- sie Osborne Friday evening. Mr. and {Mrs. Lamres~ce Both- well 'and dh~Idren spen~ Men- Brenda and ~ois Reece Of day evening at the ~Neis Soren- ~an~a,t#~n epe~ a weekend re- son home in ~Hardy helping Mrs. cen~y ~ith their parents, Mr. Serermon celebrate her birth- and Mra. Lewis ~eece, and Pa- day. tricia. Mr. and (Mrs. Karl Kissinger Browmles entertained their neighbors to a covered dish dinner on Frl- Sixteen Brownies and ~wo day. ~eaders were served treats by :Mrs. Lewis Reece and dat~gh- Traci Wiley Monday, Feb. 16 tar called on Mrs. Vachel Crazy- at the Methodist Church base- ford on ~onday ~terno~n. mont. The presidest, Patti Mr. and (Mrs. Fred Oelkers Love, called the meeting to or- got word on Saturday that his der ~vi~ the quiet sign. The cousin, (Mrs. Ethel O~Ikers c~ F'l~g Salute and Brownie Prom. 'M~Cracken, Kans., had passed ise were recRed. For roll call away. They left on Sunday to Patti asked each giri to give attend her ~unera~ which ~ her age and ~hat she did to be oa (Monday. a ready hetper the past week. Sandy Zimmer spent Monda~ When each girl gave her age and Tuesday wi, th her grand- she donated that muotmt to the mother, {Mrs. Harley Zimmer. Jtdiette Low Fm~d. Brownie (Mrs. l~Ioyd Barrett spent Fri-dresses from ~1 around the day a~ternoon with (Mrs. Vachei world were shown. A stow Cra~ord wh~e Vla~hel and about Juliette Low was also F~oyd attended the sale in Man- read and acted o~. All vnnis~- kate. ed by way OF the ~agiC Tunnel (Mrs. Lew~s Reece visited her and singing ,the '~Good-Night aunt, .Mrs. Fiorenee Byers, in Song." Jeweil on {Monday a~ternoon. Sixteen Brownies and two leaders .were sewed treats by --euue"'--r at ~ (Meflmdist Churc~ base- me~. The president, Pad~ti Mrs, Harold e~n Love, relied the meeting to or- der with the quiet sign. The {Mr. and ~rs. Ivan Van Meter Flag Salute and ,Brownie Prom- took ~rs. Anna Graham to Dal- Ise nsere recited. Patti asked las, Texas T~eaday. Lucite each girl to answer ~here she Graham of Los Cruces, New would like to v~sit, E~ction of Mexico met her there and the a new president was hem ~and two of them leR by air for Pdwnda Doyle was elected. Our New York, London, and a tour Brownie ~ Friend, {Mrs. Schlu- of the Hoty Land. tow ~as a birthday Mar. 1, so a ~Mr. and {Mrs. Floyd Davldson Pard was si~gned by all girls. called on {Mr. and (Mrs. Wills Saint Patrick tr~y fa~rors were Sh~rkey in ~lastings Sunday made b)r the hospRa~. A game while Pa~xicia atteaded a meet- was played and a~l vanished by isg of the Nebraska Youth way of the {Magic Tunnel and Quarter Horse Associa~on Of singiag the "Goad~g~,t Song." which she is secretary. --Reporter. Mr. and (Mrs. W. W. Gunn were dinner guests o~ Mr. and ,Mrs. {Marvin MVD~ll in Bel,le- Junior Girl Scout Troop vRle Friday evening and ~a~" el;tended the ~ grade basket. The 6th grade gifts #~ Junior ham game. Girl Scout Troop 2~1 opened {Mr. and (Mrs. Dan Davis of their Feb. 23rd meeting wRh .~an~a, ttan were guess of Mr. announcements. We discussed and {Mrs. Harold Bothwell Sat- our irwitation from the Cadettes urday and Sunday. (Mr. and to see two films on Feb. 24 at Mrs. l)~tvld Botbwe~1 of ~an- 4:15 st the Cmmnun~ty Bu:i~d- kato and (Mr. and (Mrs. Law- ing. Plans for the Appreciation renoe ~oth~ve~ ,were Rise Sun- O0~fee w~ich will be Mar. W,~ day dinner guests, at the V.F.W. Ha~ were made. Mr. and {Mrs. {Maurica Law- Does and attendance were tak- son of Penalosa were guests of en. Then we went to the park Mr. and {Mrs. W. W. Gram Tues- and played Bombardament. We da~ and Wednesday Of last dismissed at the Cdr~ Scout week. HeE ,The Webher W.S.CJK m~ at --Oor~ene Large, Ser~be. the church Wednesday aRer. noon. {Mrs. Loren Sflsby led the Dale Vestal, a warrar/t lesson. Hostesses mere Mrs. in the Adr Force wi~ 24 years .Max (~'ispin and (Mrs. O. R. tnainin~, was visiting With Ounningham. friends in l~ackato Ti~ {Mr. and Mrs. C~aad Snyder morning, l~,le and his son, OF Superior c~tled on (Mr. and Dehdn, who recent~ o0m~leted ~ree yearn service in the Mns. Cha~e Russell Sunday Anmy, were "dsSting at the evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Gunn laymeof~rs. DaleVedlaYsper-~ were Sunday evening supper ents, Mr. and ~rs. O.ay Lang-[ guests Of Mr, and (M~, Bo,rney er, at Surefire'. IRa parents, Crook in Superior. (Mr. and Z~s. Fay Vee~l, are IVIr. and Mrs. Lawreme Both. spending the winter in Arizona. wetl .and children were Sund~ Dale is now stationed at Oolo- even~g supper guests Of ~r, rode Springs. He plans to re- and~Mru. E~Jn ~sen OF BO~t. ~-e from the Air Force in a wkk. ~ew mont~. ~. Marvin ~l)i~ ~ ~ - viUe spent Monday ~.th her Leo 0bent of ~ and bk Major (~ Obent, wer~ ~. Gmm.P~"e~ts' Mr' and ~r~" W" W" Ira~m~.l~ I~1"~ in Tax Appea~ a~ter a flnd/n~ Of Mr. and Mrs. e~.reme emergem~,: court of Wtchtta were judgmen~ epin~t the tax~ in Jewell Co~, , poblic building ~ons; sisters, {Mrs. .- and new jtmlor c~eges china and {Mr. R~P~t~ t~ ~h~ upesedtheirdrsfrthefhxt PetrickRa~ferty' ~me du~ the ~ year. ter~y, her cotmin The |ocal add-on sales tax ',--,-- O~t~t " s@~h could be used as an ~l- son, and ~zr. FIRST" - er re.rives and . ternative source of revenue and Mrs. Field o[K@//$@$, omld be either oae-ha~ or I' Mrs. Jackson . percent, guests of another An luvltali~ to (~m~ - The bill ~ that an elec. C. W. Fearing, and i As a c~tizen of the '~g lVlrst'' wide unben l~auleiCy co,test tion on an a~ternative ~ of of Burr Oak. They Dis/a'Ict, would you sup~ a ~ccualng on the mass media. In- revenue could be held the first with ~Nends at national eleot~on plen ~ stead of visiting Kansa~ to dis- 'IMesday in July or at an gener- Eabon. wot~: cuss Issaes OF si~-~iRc interest al eleCtion thereaRer. --Open the door to w~a~e to the Midwest, the candidate The same previsions aR)l~ to electio~ ~raud? ~ conoentrate even more tim earnin@s tax a~thorized as -4M~ke it 0ess~ble for an elec- on prime time television, an alternative sotwce of rev. Loss of MtnorRy Rights: Our emle. In either ease. the taxin~ tlon doadltck to render ore" gov- whole govermnent is based up- subdivision nvou~d have to seek erm-nent heiress? on an InCriced~e system of checks . vote of the people b~fure the FUNDS --{Make tele~sico and the and balances designed to pro- add-on taxes could be leviea_ mass med~a even more o~ ~ teCt ~e rights Of minorities. A There is some doubt in my ~or regarding the presldem, minority grote's ir~uence upon mind ff this is the proper ~ay WADDELL fia~ cor~test? ~azr~er the farmark a national party is much great- to reduce propex~:y taxes ~nd Inc. political power in Washington? er than its small share o~ the I see n'mny problems ahead: vote total; especiafly when ~that However, a, ~grea~ many people Mutual --C'V~ake it in~z~ssible for the minsrity may swing a who~e have indicated a property tax STAN & Sta~ of KanSas ~ extend the sWce to the cundida~e~s win- Ifd is necessary. The onl~ right voting frandh~e to our young ~ing c@kenn. Compare the ele~ way to reduce taxes would be adutts, ages 1~1? to~al vote impact of the 'Term- to reduce Spendhtg. ---Cruar~ntee K~n~as' polRical hea~nd" states to the vote The gasoline tax distribution * ~%ence in the ~mtional elec~ total these states co~d muster, bill was ~nal,ly passed out of tion wou~d be less than one per- !t weuld be fcofish for any mi- the House @,eads and Hi~ays cent? ~o? Such a p~an has already nc~ group in America to Conm~ittee last Wednesday, support the dre~ ele~ion p~an. amended, and the news media passed the H}mme of Representa- DR. J. R. ~ves and is expected to receive Historical " Preeedeat: Our quoted R a~ a ~ but Senate appro~l In April. Constitution tries to limit the as ~a.r as I am concerned, lt~ere Denti.4 In September, when the Hbuse swee~g emotivnel dangers OF is no compromise -- they just Office Hour;;: mllb~tanate.~y passed the legis- a heated presidesti~ c~mpaign had enough votes to pass it mZt Afternoc~ hy lution that proposes a direct, by separaUng the total vote of cmmm~tee ever the objeotioa Mankato, nafiomv~de popular vote for ,the w~hin each state. We should of t~he rural |egislators. The bi~ President and Vice President, not experlmen~ w~h the very ~ be Up b)r debate land I s~d this was the most impor- ~ounda~ious Of our cnns~tulion~l amendments in the House, and rant hue least understood issue republic. Kansam should vote I am sure there are some at the Imlis as I~nsans, n~ as r~rgh times ahead for the bi~ belbre the ~. No less an Dr. Dale A. atfr.hor@~y tYmn Theodore H. less than one percent 0~ the with rna~ attempts to amend White, ,the trauma aufl~ of the tcltal r~w Vote, or defeat it.~n my opinion R is Optomctl 'ZW~aking of the President" ~er- What Is The Answer?. a bad bill. 1202 N. ies, has called the direct elec- The District Rearm Plan I~ any of you ~ have de- 3 doors North would serve the pr~lem of t~ linquent gasoline tickets you Thv~dre tional~n plan,chaos.,,"An inv~Rinn to m- fai4~hless ei~ and make sure should get them to me ss~l~n Phone 262, Reform Needed an elect~on deadlock would not the next two wee~s ff you want There is no question that our cec~r. Under the dist~ct p~an, me ~ help y~u wi~ them. Just prese~ eledtom! cotlege needs the electoral votes Of the agates mail them to me at ~e C~pltd reform; we need to s~ve the would be retained, two votes in Topeka; the refund svifl be preblem of the ~i~d~less elector going to the oand~date who car- good up until September c~ this vad make sure an election dead- ried the state and L%e remainder year. Dr. John J. look w~kl not occur. However, ~ to the candidate who cur- The bill to provide ~ mizen Optometric Eye the direct election ptan is a tied eaoh congression~, district, aid to schools will be decided dangerous e~pex~ment rather The direct eleotdon plan sounds within a tfew days. ~ R is rec- Smith than a proven system; consider @sod to the armchair theorist, mr/mended there will have to the following: b~ in the ram world Of politics, be provish)ns made for linen, Election Fraud: U~erhmat~ R armmrdls to a dangerous ex- elng. ~, in some s~ Votep are poriment R slm~d be defeated : ........ heught, paidfor, cou~ted, n, mn- in the Senate and we sho~d "rs. 1~oyd Reed 0t Forrnoso ~, ,w-- iptd~Red and ~. Under adopt the dis~x~c~ reform pro- ca~led Monday at the Record UU"NUI " the present sy~_m, "elec~on ~osta~. aflf~ce to g~ve us the address of , ~'ooks" are linked to nmn~m~- .... her son, D:~le, who is in the Ope~ 6 .frod~m ~/dng the electoral We cff one R~P. ARDEN DIERDORI~ Nav~, stationed in Morocco for state ondy. B~, lump all of ,the ItF2PORTS FROM TOPEKA .18 months. His wife teaches in 7.'~ ~ to votes into one prize basket and -- 8aline. I-Iis address is I~TN3 Clo~ the pOSm'bflRry /or 1ret~ be- ~ a day4ong debate ,last Dale W. Reed B636168 U.S. Nay- . comes enormous. Any Vote sto]- Thm'sday and many politkml al Oermnunica~ion Station, Box J C~ en andre in the n~tien pres- speeches, Governor Docklng's ~, F~eet Post Off~ce, New York,I Ph-oue sin-as the Ol~posi~ion to do like- tax ~id proposal was passed in N. Y. 90544. Mrs. Reed was a~- Call ahead for wise. Now the "shenanlg~ns" of the House today by a vote o~ 78 corapanied by her attractive Ask us about soft C2dcago's Cook Cotmty ~- to 44. The bill ~ c~__signed to granddaughter, Yvonne ~Lalvne. cians a~fect Ol~ly the S0ate ~ .c~ a lid on ~ p~ Yvonne and her mo~er are liv- ]~inois. Consider~ag ~ razor taxes by forbidding krcal units iitg at Cour*/and while her lath- thin margin of viz~ory in our of govermne~ to increase op- er, Staff SgL Ra~'nond E. Me- Dr. Merwin past election, a dozen COok erring budgets by more than lone, is in service in Vietnam Doctor of Coun~iss could virtually stea~ an 5 per~'ent per year, and also by in the Air For~e. Mrs. Malone 8:00 a. m, to election and c~set the entire proMhRing ~oeal governing tm- is tho lormer Johnita Reed. Monday Through Midwest vote. its trem raising their tax mill Mm. Reed also reported that First Door Eleettou Deadlock: Under (Mr- lev~. Both Rm2~tiens could be her son, Detno, came home last Drug cot electien, a nationwide re- e~ceedad if voted on by the tax- Thursday a~ter spending over a Phones: Office c~tmt, court cimllenge and elec- payers of the loca~ nn~t a~ect- year in Korea and now has a Residence FR tton deadlock is very numh a ad. One amendment added to discharge, Closed possibility. In two of the ~ast the bi41 .would terminate the tax Utree elections, the v~an~ ,lid Rmita~ions on December Sl, Mr. and Mrs. C. Jackson and .margin was less ~an one per- 1972. Mr. and ~/L~s, Clarence Fields ceat. Vote stealers in at least a ,R prohibits taxin~ ~i- were toilers at the C~arenoe dozen states would have been sions ~om ada~ an c@erat. Fearing home of Bm-r Oak and Wilbeck Rest i~ve~ved In the greater attem~ leg budget ~ 5 percent were guests of the Fearings ~ et elec~en fraud in Mstory -- more ~mn ~e previous Fear'e dinner at ~I~m~'s Ca~e. For Men or ..... , , , Licensed and we rrdg~ ~ be ~aRi~g budget. The ~ocM unR could ex- III Rooms Have for the final results: ceed the limitation ff ~proved 'More Federal Control: To en- bY a vote of the pe~le. Con~ eoreehonestdtrecteleOaonpro- The bill also forbids tbe tax- James Bond """" eedure, natiom, l policing be- tag subdivisions h'am ima-eas, t lean Nursing ~cmes necessary as watt as ,tm~- leg their ~ lever unless ap- floe form Federal ~awa on "v~ter proved by a vote of the people. Auctioneer $08 N. qtm~iea~ous and residen~ re- The measure exemp~ six Phone FR quirements. One age reqtdre- Rems @tern the budget and ~ Services ment wottld have to be ent~ore- lhnRs' othemH~ h~, in- ed; should our c~zens v~a~, vluding: Burr O~k Kansas could nat en~rancMse T~est on bends m~l tern- the youth of our state. Perary notes; noafund warrants Call 913-~87-4~02 Helen's A TV President: Gone would issued before the effective date I Shampoos be ~ days where Paw'4mig~s of the a~t; ~ ~m'rants is. , ' ,. ,would center on the tra4~ona! sued agter the e~fec~e date ~ ~11 ' lot House blocks ot stat~. The election the act, provided they are ap- ~m. Sweden world bexmm a cost~ ~en- proved by the State Board of BEAUTYNOOK l'"oneFR S3SCl BEAUTY SHOP ! Yore Btmlnem I~ M-m-m-m ! Something from the oven! That's Appreciated. wlmt you'll find at the Senior M.Y.F. Bake Shop located around the "GREETING Sale, Saturday, Feb. 28, at the Michael Cafe corner north of ForAn party room. It starts at 10 ~.m. so don't be la~e. l~z~gam~a Store. INImm~ Shop. $TS.S~I saw, .II ~ZO~nto - (Imam) S7&4M~. Gift, e~, " Closed Saturday, R-K mmvm]B U11Bi... illl't IN | II II FIEII so So Clear, So Truel N normal omwenmtlon mrne blurr~.., You ~ Imp wllh your ha~l,~l. And emm'e oem ' and ,', ,moi , for a iDeltoneAudiometrio ~eM amd Oet the hioto i~l George Hagen At the Correll Dining Room " Wednesday, Mar. 4 Col. Ed Goneral Farm Thinking ' a Sale, See Me Fa 8-333S Service. L&B