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/ JEWELL COUNTY RECORD state and the nation, have Thursday, Mar. 12, 1981 Page 6 - ~ction 1 SEN. KASSEBAUM GIFT OF LIFE CHAIRMAN Most people consider Kan- sas to be a healthy place to live. Clean air. open spaces and excellent medical facil- ities all contribute to this en- vironment. But despite these things, there are many Kan- sans who suffer from serious health problems. Sen. Nancy Landon Kasse- baum is perhaps more aware of this than many citizens. Her travels throughout the confirmed just how unique the living conditions in Kansas are. But her travels have also illustrated that Americans face a myriad of health pro- blems, one of the most' dev- astating of which is kidney disease. Because of her awareness of major health problems, and her understanding of the need for organizations that work to eradicate such catastrophic illnesses as kidney disease, the National Kidney Founda- tion of Kansas and Western Missouri recently named Sen. Kassebaum the chairwoman WELDING CUNIC "' See latest welding tech- c~ nlques for equipment repair r-- o'~ PLUS demonstrations of amaz- "Q ing, new, easy-to-use welding t~ equipment. No charge. No -- obligation. _~ Even if you weld only occa- m sionally, you will find this clinic informative, interest- ing fun and a way to save money MARCH 18, 1981 2:30 P.M. 123 W. South Mankato Learn five ways to weld with lust a few hours practice. . Learn easy overhead welding. See unique, new welders. Meet welding experts from Century Mfg, Co. MIDWAY CO-OP SERVICE STATION Mankato PUBLIC AUCTION Located 2 ~iles East, 4 miles South, 1% miles East of M,,nkato; or 4 miles North, 1 miles East of Jewell. SATURDAY, MAR. 21 Sale Time: 10.'30 A.M. TRACTORS MACHINERY TRUCKS PICKUP STOCK EQUIP. MISC. HAY & SILAGE SHOP EQUIP. Complete sale bill will be printed next week. Sellem: MR. & MRS, E. 1. cmI OTT III of the 1981 Gift of Life Rural Campaign that will be con- ducted in March. In a letter that will be included in every rural Pass- Kit, Sen. Kassebaum called kidney disease a health pro- blem that "cries out for im- mediate attention." Kidney disease affects-one in every 25 people, and causes every 30th death. In Kansas and Western Missouri, it is estimated that over 30,000 people suffer from sorhe form of kidney or urinary tract disorder. Every year 15.000 Kansans are hospitalized as a result of the disease. Some 600 people in this area require dialysis treatments, a process that takes over the work of their failed kidneys. Without dialysis, these people would die in a matter of weeks. In her letter. Sen. Kasse- baum noted that while the Kidney Foundation is seeking contributions, the campaign is emphasizing the availability of the Universal Organ Donor Card found on the back of all Kansas driver's licenses. It's estimated that only 3% of the state's residents have signed organ donor cards. This lack has brought organ retrievals in the state to a virtual standstill. The need for donor organs, however, grows daily. The Kidney Foundation LEGISLATIVE REPORT by Sen. Nell Arasmith A great deal of attention is being given during the 1981 session to budget adjust- ments, not only in the state. but on a national level, so I will report once again what has transpired in the past few days relative to our state budget. The Senate Ways and Means Committee reduced the budget for the State Energy Office by $200,000. Such action was taken be- cause only $365,000 of the $2 million budget comes from state funds and President Reagan has proposed to abolish the Federat Energy i Office. During the past few days additional adjustments have been made. The At- torney General, Secretary of State, the State Insurance Commissioner and the State Treasurer have all agreed to reduce their budgets by 2% in response to a request by the Senate Ways and Means Committee. The House reduced the budget for the Social and Rehabilitation Ser- vices Department by $8.7 million. Deepest cuts came in the General Assistance Medi- cal Program and the General Assistance Aid to Dependent Children, and in granting a 2.5% increase in cash grants to welfare recipients instead I CONKLIN PRODUCTS There is no substitute for quality. Agriculture Chem- icals, Cleaning and Mainlenance Products, Coating and Sealers for Roofs and Basements, Fuel and Oil Condi- tionre, Lubricants and Oils. We're as close as your phone. GLEN & MARGE GOLDSBERRY J EW E LL 4384264 joins Sen. Kassebaum in re- questing your generous sup- port in March. Your contri- bution will help continue the fight against the fourth lead- ing killer in America - kidney disease. OUR THANKS T0 YOU As we have sold the R bar M Club, we would like to take the time to thank our members, guests and friends for their continued patronage since we opened the club last year. Your patron, age was very much appreciated. VIRGINIA & RUMERY of the 5% recommended by the Governor's office. It is also proposed that since we are in the process of reducing bud- gets for the various depart- ments, the budget for the Legislature is being reduced by 50/0. The Senate defeated the bill on the floor this week which contained numerous precon- ditions before police could use force in attempting to appre- hend suspects. Another bill that was killed on the floor by a wide margin, even though it had passed the previous day on voice vote, was changes in the mechanics lien law. As written, the law would prohibit subcontractors and materials suppliers from filing a lien in a case where the general contractor had not BUSINESS,AND paid, or had refused to pay, the subcontractor or materi- als suppliers either in part or in full. The Senate Commercial and Financial Institutions Com- mittee has completed work on several proposals, one of those being the Products Lia- bility legislation, which is out of the Committee and on the Senate calendar for debate. By the time of this printing, it should be passed through the Senate and on to the House. The Committee also passed, and the full Senate passed, a bill exempting business and agricultural loans from under the usury statute. Currently Ag loans are already exempt by Federal preemption until April 1983. It was felt by passing these measures that money would be mare readily available for these purposes due to the high cost of the prime interest rate. The Senate Agriculture and Small Business Committee heard testimony on a bill that would prevent owners of grain inside a bankrupt ele- vator from having their grain sold to satisfy the debts of the elevator. This is in response to a confrontation between I farmers and federal marshals in Missouri a few months ago. This bill is out of Committee and on the Senate calendar and will be debated right away. I do not anticipate any problem with its passage. The Ways and Means Com- mittee has recommended another budget adjustment of $250,000 for Regional Plan- ning Commissions. Committee members !questioned the value of Planning Commis- sions when many of their functions overlap other local agencies, and the Legislature is hard pr~sSe4 to fund pro- jects that more directly affect the public. A bill that was introduced in the Agriculture and Small Business Committee ap- proving the adding of a small percentage of water to ham, has been approved by the full Senate. Testimony indicated that Kansas is the only state in the union not allowing the sale of water-added hams. The Senate passed a bill, SB 281, that would provide for an inflationary adjustment reduction from income tax liability for individuals on their state tax returns. Finally for this report, a bill NOTICE The New All Risk CROP INSURANCE is now available through my Agency. ROY BRADSHAW NATIONAL FARMERS UNION 117 E. Jefferson - Mankato 378-3212 Office 428-3672 Evenings to increase the under the Kansas Tax for survivir passed and it $250,000 to this was that probably worked as the deceased to estate. Other exemptions were creased accordin The March of Defects Foundation public health ed grams for schools departments. These seek to prevent and improve the r. ACCO CORN MILe FORAGES SOYBEAN ACCO 401 UR Classic II DeSoto Williams 79 Union Accounts not JULY 31 for venlence. counts also BOB FORMOSO PAUL R. Certified Public 109 East Malt Box 365 Mankato, Phone (913) OFFICE 8:30 A.M. to 12 f:00 P.M. to SeN Monday, Friday Other Times By PROFESSIONAL SUNFLOWER MENTAL HEALTH A Tax Supported Community Service AgenCY PUBLIC AUCTION The real estate and property that belonged to Bell Cunningham will be sold at 403 N. MeRob- erts Street in Mankato, Kans. on SATURDAY, MAR. 21 Starting at 4:00 P.M. REAL ESTATE 2 bedroom house with basement on 2 lots~ Any- one wanting to inspect property before sale con- tact Kenneth Stone, phone 402-879-3691. AARON MURRAY, Real Estate Broker & Auct. Auctioneers.. PERSONAL PROPERTY CARL MURRAY AARON MURRAY JACK BRADRICK Complete sale bill will be printed next week. ~ ~ KENNETH STONE, Owner ANDY MONTGOMERY, Auctioneer A Lingering Illness Can Mean Months in a Hospital. DANCE i!: Do You Have Insurance to Pay Astronomical Medical Bills? Ask About Our New Major Medical/ Catastrophic Medical Insurance Policy with i., Coverage Up ,o Saturday, March 14 ' $100,000 and "Bobby Mills and Sons" $ ,000 ROY BRADSHAW Club ~ Ph. 378-3212 ~ 428-3672 i 117 F. Jeffmmm Maldmto, Kansas , ~1~ National MANKATO, KANSAS ~mm Farmers Union | U Life Insurance Company (]Ueat8 With members weJooJme. DIRECTORY D & R SPORT SHOP 123 E. Main Mankato, Kans. WE SUPPLY-- Guns and Ammo Fishillg Supplies and Live Bait Gunsmlthlng Repair Reloading of Jkmmo Basebell, Tennis, Bowl- ing & Golf Equipment A Daily Reminder of Some of the Fine Area Firms That Can Give You Capable Service at All Times! Dr. John J.. Patze[ x Optometl'ic Eye Specialist Smith Center. Kansas v Helen's. Beauty Shop Shampoos - Sets Permanents 208 North Center St. Mankato , i PIERCE UPHOLSTERY W. Highway 36 at Hilltop Shop Car Interiors plus Furniture Refinishing. Large selection of material. Phone 378-3979 CHIROPRACTOR DR. LYI D. ELLIS Family Practice Appliod KinemhDr/ Nutritional Therapy Acupuncture 8:38 to 5:04 Mort., Tues., Wed., Fri. 8:30 to 12:00 Thurs. 206 E. Jefferson Mankato, Ks. Phone 378-~8'2 OPAL A. STOOPS LICENSED AND ' BONDED ABSTRACTER --Promoting Mental Health --Evaluating and Treating Emotional --Providing 24 Hour Emergency Services MANKATO: Jewell County Hospital Phone: 378-3898 on Mondays, and Fridays or 243-1094 in BELOIT: Mitchell. Ce~p.ty Hospital Phong; 7~|-$~J0~ BELLEVILLE: Republic County Hospital PRone: 527-2549 on Tuesday Thursday or 243-1094 in MAiN OFFICE . CONCORDI,~ 520-B Wa: Phone: EMERGENCY SERVICE: Day or night call BUFFALO VALLEY VETERINARY HOSPITAL LARRY H. DAVID, D.V.M. Large and Small Animal Medicine Jewell, Kansas Phone 428-3303 Mon.-Fri. 8:30-6:00 Sat. 8:30-12:0G WRECKER SERVICE 24Ya Hour DENNY'S AUTO SALVAGE MANKATO, KS. KCC Authority Insured Phone No. 913-378-3440 If no answer call: Days 913-37847.75 Nites 913-378-3554 TRAN 7~5-3094 ESBOH, Common Carrier Hire) of Petroleum Productb Feed and Licensed and 2O9 N. Mill Witgh and Clock Ring Repair Stunsetting Certified Service Phone 378-3561 .... 109 East Main D il , Mankato, Klmus -- r.Steven Co , Telephone 378-3214 Dr. J. M. Andersen ocmr or uenra, surgery , OPTOMETRIST WE HAVE Mon Wed 8 00.5 00 'Office hours 9 A.M to 12 Complete 24 Hour " : : i ~Noen and 2 P~M to'5 P~L OFFICE HOURS: Wrecker ser~ Thurs. $:0~7:00 ' Monday ~ Friday Tuesday 9:00-:00 Tires, Batteries '1 rri. 8:00.2:00 . . . ,~ ..................... 120 N Commercial Automotive AcC~ Occasional Saturdays " * - Mankato, Kansas Farm Sweep I! 1st Door South of Mankato ..... Phone 378 3220 Professional Pharmacy .J ]h'~g'tgnjt~ [ " CB Radios end A' PHONE: Office 373-3938 , J rquN3qu~ [ . , Complete Body, Oil ....... SEE US FOR' KROB STUD!OI G m. ,. Optometrist Portraiture-Weddlngs ~I' J . Fixtures I 1 II5 N.L Mill j MANKAT0AUTGLASS & /I ":=2=" I/"--*""--- For Appointment : ~_~--&- . _ J R~I - ~ S-lZ Norman HeS~ BELLEVILLE, KANSAS .... ". ," J [_ 7 [ l~N. CenterPh" :::?:n::7~:4a:d t ~,~,~,~__~J Ph. 38-2862 : i~loit, Ks. MANKATO,. KS. C ]L [; .... " i | ooMIS BLDG y ' Noon Hours , ,, r ..... " ' J & ELECTRIC J I LORNA I eSS0N - ,. II I I McCUTCHEON I ~ CUNlC .a(~ ~e:d~I~= c:nd HAI~RY 'Skee0"JD.V.M. u Ring I ~lr rJ W ng " ! I , 213 E. 3rd / Large .end Sm;1t J iGeneral Electric ApplianceS]"[ SUPERIOR NEBR [ ' prgctlCe VAN METER SERVICE J JKitehen Cabinets ' || ~'.... " I PHONE 71 ....... I I Bath Vanities and Accessories / I ...... -~te; j rermoso, Kansas tey~ J J Lighting Fixtures : II Enrolled to Practice | If M answer, 1-"3-7~1-'458 J I'" A..,.e. .... /I B.,.,. ,he ,. ! "