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..... I ! t FIRST PiCK YOUR DFJtLEIR PICK YOUR USED CAR PLAN IS-TAILORED TO MEET FARM INCOME DYNAMIC 88 4- Power steer- factory air. SUPER I. HT. 327 V8. automatic Bucket seats. Ir85 4-DOOR SE- Steering, power omatic trans. SPECIAL 4- Only 16,000 for a good buy. ELECTRA 4- Full power, cruise, tilt 5)1,000 miles. YOUR BY THE YEAR O ANNUAL REPORT OF TOWNSHIP TREASURER To the township auditing board of Washington Town- ship. In Jewell County. Kan- sas. The undersigned, Township Treasurer of Washington Township, submits the follow- ing report of Receipts, Expen- ditures and Indebtedness, for the year ending December 31, A. D., 1966. RECEIPTS General Fund Treasurer's Book Balance (Beginning of Year) 101.62 1964 CHEVROLET BEL AIF 4-DOOR V8, automatic, low mileage. Nice. 4-14, County Treasurer 216.54 1963 PONTIAC SPORT 11-14, County Treasurer 208.47 ~UPE., Power steering, po- Total Receipts 526.63 wer brakes, White and rod In. Total Expenditures terlor. Perfect. Deducted 99.65 1962 DODGE WAGON, 9 Treasurer's Book Balance PASSENGER. Power steering, (End of Year) 426.98 power brakes, foolery air, Cemetery Fund custom trim. Priced for Treasurer's Book Balance quick sale. (Beginning of Year) 179.83 1962 PONTIAC BONNE- 4-14, County Treasurer 211.31 VILLE 4-DOOR HARDTOP. 11-14, County Treasurer 202.96 Full power, factory air. See 5-24, Gladys Fall 5.00 this for a good buy. Total Receipts 599.10 1962 PONTIAC CATALINA Total Expenditures 4-DOOR SEDAN. Factory alrs Deducted 500.00 power steering, power brakes. Treasurer's Book Balances.109 Only 45,000 miles A good buy. (End of Year) WILDCAT CUS- 1962 BUICK &DOOR HT. Fire Fund HT. One local INVICTA Power steering, Treasurer's Book Balance r, factory air, tpwer brakes, factory air, (Beginning of Year) 20.45 ~rfect c~r. I ready to go. 4-14 County Treasurer 275.67 TEMPEST4~I 1961 OLDS F-85 VII. Stan. 11-14. County Treasurer 264.67 standard, derd transmission. Priced for Total Receipts 560.79 An economy quick sale. i 196"1 BUICK ELECTRA 4- Total Expenditures Deducted 389.00 WILDCAT 4 DOOR HARDTOP. A good old- Treasurer's Book Balance One owner, let car (End of Year) 171.79 Power, factory 1961 CHEVROLET &DOOR. Prairie Dog Fund new tires. Prlc- Standard transmission, 4-14. County Treasurer 236.28 drive Priced rlghh II-14, County Treasurer 221.19 NEW 1960 PONTIAC 4-DOOR SE- Total Receipts 457.47 V~n Automatic, DAN Priced for quick sale. Total Expenditures owner. A~ 1958 PONTIAC. Priced for e Deducted 456,78 ;quick sale. Treasurer's Book Balance (End of Year) .69 EXPENDITURES TRUCKS AND PICKUI~ General Fund 2.TONi 19'19 CHEVROLET t~-TON 7.50 4-Speed PICKUP. 4-Speed. Sharp. 13.6 Bed with 1958 FORD 1/~ TON PICKUP. 7.50 A nice clean &cylinder |-Speed. Priced I right. IS YOUR BEST GUARANTEE Tn ZPURCKJ, SE PLAN AND SURANCE FOR VOtm CO CK TO MEET YOUR FARM INCOME. 1 THE MONTH -- BY THE YEAR. 2-24, Hallie Moser, meeting 2-24, Jim Balch, meeting 2-24, Edwin Dunstan, meeting 2-24, Alvin Fall, Jr., meeting 3-16, Jewell Co. Record 5-24, Hallie Moser 5-24, Jim Balch 5-24, Edwin Dunstan 5-24, Alvin Fall, Jr. 6-8, Jewell Co. Record 12-12, Hallie Moscr 12-12, Jim Belch 12-12, Edwin Dunstan Total Expenditures Fire Fund 11-14, City of Mankato, fire Total Expenditures Cemetery Fund 5-31, Touy Folsom, ,p s JOHN KINDSCHER - HERMAN - GARY SPEAR - SALESMAN 389.00 KANSAS Phone PE 8-Ull 389,00 mowing 50.00 7-23, Tony Folsom, mowing 50.00 8-24, Tony Folsom, 50.00 11-8, Mark Klnsey 8.82 12-19, Chas. Zadina, lawn mower 341.18 Total Expenditures 500.00! Prelrle Dog Fund 4-4, John Fullerton, labor 40.00 4-4, John E. Scott, labor 185.75 4-16, Mark Kinsey, poison 181.5TI 5-18. John E. Scott, labor 38.68 ITTING BUSINE CARS- T OFFICE AND 6-29, Osbor~ne Co. Farmers I Union Co-op, poison 3.88~ 9-8, Wagner Drug, poison 2.7.'; 9-8, Osborne County Farmers Union Co-op, poison 4.15 Total Expenditures 456.76 State of Kansas, Jewell Coun- ty, ss. I DO SOLEMNLY SWEAR, That the within and foregoing is in all respects a full and true account of all the moneys received by me and expended together with the indebtedness of said Township, during the full period of the year ending December 31,A. D. 1966, and for the full time for which I should make such statement. So help me God. Signed: Edwin Dunstan, Township Treasurer. Subscribed and sworn to be- fore me, this 9 day of March A. D. 1966. Jim Belch, Township Trustee. the school foundation finance program's budget limitations whoa they agreeed to have a bill drafted carrying out these recommendations: 1. A school district could in- crease its budget by 104 per cent of its previous year's per pupil expenditure. . It could increase its bud- g up to 90 per cent of the state per pupil average, which is $520.00. 3. Or, it could increase it by $30 per pupil, whichever one is largest. And, those districts which could not live withi~ any of these three provisions would be allowed to hold an electionI seeking voter approval for fur- ther increases. No limit wasi set on the amount to be sought in the election. Such an elec- tion would be mandatory. Pro- test petitions would not be re- quired. School districts would have two years in which to in- crease their budgets. Many changes in this major piece of legislation doubtless will be made before it gets by, both branches of the legisla- ture. The Assessment and Taxa.! SiGn Committee will have hear- ings Monday on House Blll l I]30, Income Tax Conformity. This is not a revenue measure, but is to provide a simpler method ot making state re- turns. A sub-committee has been appointed to set up regu- lations for more equitable and comprehensive property as- sessing, The Agriculture Committee devoted much of its time this LEGISLATIVE NEWS By Arden Dlordorff ---- week working with House Bill "These are the days of de- 1327. This is a bill prohibiting cisions" says Speaker of the the sale of high-volatile herbS- House John Conard, R-Greens- cides in order to prevent ear- burg. Tax reduction bills, turn- I ious injury to plant life. The pike proposals, increases of in- sponsors of the bill feel that terest rates paid by banks on growers of many vegetables, state inactive funds, school certain fruits and trees suffer foundation fund formulas and large money damage from election procedures for the sprays as they are now used. new state board of education The House Concurrent Re- are major matters for debate 7.50 and voting during these cru- cial days of the session. 5.00 The turnpike proposal for 9.01 highway construction involving 7.50 three toll roads in Kansas was 7,50 passed out of the House Roads 7.50 and Highways Committee on 5.00 Thursday, March 9, by a vote 13.14 of 8-7, and this bill will be de- 7.50 bated on the floor of the House 7.501 next week. 7.50 House Bill 1424 that estab- 99.65 fishes a state department of aeronautics has received com- mittee approval and has been sent to the floor of the House. The Senate Education Com- mittee moved nearer a deci- sion on the liberalization of SS RUCKS -- PARTS SHOP EQUIPMENT SMITH CENTER, KANSAS STARTS AT 10:00 A. M. SELLS -- SELLING TO THE BARE WALLS Fairlane 500, 2-dr. hardtop, S., Cruise-o-matic, brand new. G~laxie 500, 4-door, P. S., B., Air, Brand Ncw. Star Chief, 4-door, full air, 1 owner, very nice. V-8, hydronmtic, almmt new and interior perfect. Station on, 233 V-8, very clean. BclAir, 4-dr. H.T., .;4~ V-8 new rubber, K. k H. ~lAJr, 4-dr. ~dan, V-8, good rubber, sharp. ON GROUNDS --CARS TRUCKS-- 196~ OI,4. Super 88 4-dr., V-8, premium rubber, full power, one owner. 1956 Chevy 2-ton truck, H.D. 6-cyl., 4..meed, 2 speed, almmt new rub- ber and good box. 1959 Chevy ~A-ton, 6-y1., 4-~'d, al- most new short block, 1 owner. 1962 Ford Gahxie, 4-dr. scdan, V-S, standard tram., very-very sharp. 1958 Chevrolet Station Wason. 1958 Old, 88, P. S. and brakes, clean. 1964 Ford Galaxie 500, 4-door sedan, V-8, auto., real nicc, 30,000 miles. 1964 Chevy %-ton pickup, long whed ba~, b~ 6-cyL e~lne, 4 speed. heavy duty sprlnlp. 1959 Ford V-O, 4-door. 1958 Ford %-ton LWI~ 6-cyL, ~ speed. 1951 GMC, l-ton box, r~ck and ic~lly new hoist, 8ood truck'nmct 1955 Plymouth 4-dr, 6-cyl., autoenstic and xood. 1952 Ford %-ton wrecker. 1954 Ford 4-door, auto., rebuilt cnlplne. 1954 Ford ~/~-ton, (Pcyl. 4-qx~d. 196~ ChcvroJet %-ton 6-cyl.. A-I. 1951 Ford 2-ton, 2-q~d, V-8. TIm, NS-.~AI~ Bill Rice is quitting business. The equipment is in excellent shape, the cars and trucks are ready to ~ete| ~go. Your opportunity to buy at "Genuine Auction", Mint paru and miscellaneous items will be iarK lots, so be with us early. R I C E M O T O R S Mr. and Mrs. Win. Rice Sale Conducted By MIGIBII AUCTION Ill IB II O. AUCTIONEERS REALTORS C~11Dm ]L4gw~ "Sroe aad II~ate AmUeme~, NaffeuaJ~ Aeendlted Ihmn Irdud amk~, Hal eJ~', Ksam8 t18.416410 w Jars7 Kuewlm ~4-~M tee bl/lemaUen w amekm. solution which would have the Legislatlve Council study the feasibility of moving the State Capitol was killed this week in the State Affairs Commit- tee. Next week the committee will hold hearings on House Bill 1452, a Civil Rights bill - the proponents appearing on Monday and the opponents on Tuesday. The Livestock Committee held hearings on House Bill 1279. This bill would establish a new brand board. The Sen- ate Bill pertaining to feedlot pollution is expected to be as- signed to the committee next week. The House passed and sent to the Governor the Senate bill to reduce the state with- holding tax rate from 15 to 10 per cent. The Governor indi- cated he will veto this measure unless his income tax reduc- tion bill is passed. If the Gov. ernor does veto the measure, I see no chance of the House overriding the veto. The House on Tuesday adopt- ed a resolution setting March 16 as the deadline for the in. troduction of all committee bills, e~':cept those originating in a few select committees, This was a step indicating the legislative session is entering its final phase. With 900 billsI remaining to be acted on, II expect the session to run at J least through the first week of April. CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank my friends and relatives for the cards and visits while I was in the hoe-I pital and since coming to the l Wears' home in Burr Oak. J -- Cleveland Mendenltall. Mr. of lola, Kans. i spent a couple of days in thei Paul Lamb home north of Es-i ben. He and Paul were bud- dies in the Army and were together overseas In Germany. i Mrs. Chlora Harkins of Port- I JEWELL COUNTY RECORD land. Ore. and Georgene Bos.I Thursday, March 16, 1~7 sen spent Tuesday evenh Page 5 - f on 1 with Melvla Kind!er , ......... 8PlOIAL PRI.81ABON BARBAINI AMAZING 23.000 BTU/HR SUPERLINE 10 DAYS 0NLY IlUYNOWAND END8 MAROH 18 at low pair prices... 13x16-38 pl.s 12..1! Fed. ex. Tax and 2 useable trade-Ins. RIB HI-MILER |, 7.80x20 - 8 ply rating8.25x28-20 10-r,ly rating plus p!us $4.80 tax and recappable oldl tire. 6.19 tax and 2recappable tires. Built with extra-mileage Tufsyn robber Fortified with triple-tough 3-T nylon cord eExtra-sure traction tread design Free Mounting t.asy Terms Take months to pay. Famous Triple-Rib Design @ 3.50 x 16 4 ply rating plus $2.00 tax and 2 tires. ;.00x lS TAX AND 2 TIRES High Flotation Self-Cleaning 9-T Nylon Cord Wide Tread II I IIIII III I II I IIIIIII I IIIIIII I I III . ++~