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"Mo" Beardmore, who with hls brother Carlos has been the Beatrice Chevrolet dealer in Beatrice the past eight years, mmounced today, that he has purchased the" Chevrolet dealemhlp In Papll- lien, an Omaha suburb. The transfer of ownership .is Immediate, he satd Assets Purchased Beardmom has purchased the assets, including the build-, ing, of Flshko Chevrolet Co. In Paplllion, and has received the franchise from the Chevrolet dl- vision of General Motors, Wtl- llam Flshko, Chevrolet dealer in l tpillIon the past 19 yearn, is retir g. He is renaming the Paplllloa dealership "Bea,rdmore's Su- burban Chevrolet. Inc." "Mo" Bea dmore, who has been pres- Ideat of Beardmore's of Beat- rice, will remain on the board of directors of the Beatrice firm. His brothe Co,rigs will become president of the Beat- rice firm, and will be a mern- bar of the board of directors 0t the Pap!Ilion corporation. "Mo" Beardmore noted that Paplllion is .the fastest - grow- In8 of Omaha's suburbs, and Its proximity to Omaha and the Strategic Air Command head- quarters offers broad market- ing opportunities. The "Mo" Beardmores have sold their home at 410 N. 4th St. and the fam ty plans to move into a fenced house In the Omaha area early next week. Eventually they plan to buy or build a home. The Beardmore brothers grew up in the automobile bus- iness, working with their fath- er in Mankato, Kan. In 1954 each his own Chevrolet dealership, "Mo" in Oxford and Carlos In Cambridge, Neb. Were in lSt In March of 1959 they bought the Don Linn Chevrolet Co in Beatrice from Elgte Rbineshart and renamed it. Since coming to Beatrice, they said today, the company has doubled t h e number of annual new car sal- d, "" " as. I want to thank all of our friends and customers for mak- ing this l i ible.", "Mo" said. In his eight years in Beatrice "Mo" Beardmore has assumed a heavy load of civic responsi- bility. He has been chalt;man of the Pershing College build. ing and grounds committee, Red Cross drive chairman, the chairman at the Chamber pub- llc relations comm 'Kee, Com. munity Chest division leader, board member of the Rotary Clab and Beatrice Country Sub, president of the B 1 u e Vally Shrine Club, and Gage County U. S. Savings Bond chaArman. In Centenary Meth- odist Church he bas been a member of the boa~ of stew- ards and n officer of the men's fellowship. He is mem- ber of the Legion, VFW and Masonic orders. Last year he was named by the Jaycees as Beatr' ce's "Boss of the Year." He and his wife Patricla have six children: Christine, 15, Ka- ran, 14, Cydney, 13, Daniel, 10, David, 9, and Michael, "l he agave story appeared in the Beatrice, Nebr. Daily Sun. Mr. and Mrs. ~/iaurice Beard- more and family have moved to Papillion, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kissinger were in Omaha last week and visited with them on the phone. It was Tuesday, March 21. and the Beardmores were moving that day. Maurice and Carlos are the sons of the late Meade Beard. more and Mrs. Meade Beard- more, who now lives at Beat- rice, They graduated from Mankato high school and at- tended the University of Kan- sas. After serving in World War Two, the boys were asso- ciated with their father in the Beardmore Motor Co, in Man- halo. They are topnotch car dealers and wonderful citizens. Their many friends in Mankato and Jewell county watch their continued success with interest and pride, The Beardmores made valuable contributions to this area which will always be appreciated by local people. Mrs. E. E. Ransom Mr. Lee Shirley was a pa, tient in the Beloit Community Hospital for several days last week while having x-rays and tests and will go back Tuesday to find put the results. We hope for good news for him at that time. While in Mankato Saturday afternoonwe heard of the pass- ing away of Floyd Slmmelink' and also George Hull. We are truly sorry and aymlmthize "Mo" Beardmore Cla, ence Shook report no rain JEWELL COUNTY RECORD at their farm northwest of Es- bon when we got a small show- er Friday night. LEGISLATIVE NEWS By Arden Dlerdorff Thursday, March 30, 1967 Page 3 - SecUon 1 Farewell Party For Dixie Reace At Washington D.C. A Farewell Party for Dixie -- Reece was held by Cong, The Capitol grounds are Bob Dole and his staff at the turning green and it is begin- congressman's office in Wash- ning to look like spring. In ington D.C. Friday, March about two more weeks the 24th. Dixie, who has been In legislature should end. and I efficient member of Cong. find it is hard for legislators, Dole's staff, has resigned el- especially rural legislators, to fective March 31. She is to be want to stay around married in the near future and With time slipping away for is returning to Mankato to an anticipated early April ad- make arrangements for this Journment, the House went to event. afternoon sessions this week Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bossen Orders in the Senate and will Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hillman come up for consideration and Renae visited in the Her- early next week. man Hake home in Jamestown Some progress has been Sunday. They report that Rich- made to amend the proposed ard seems to be some better, turnpike bill now pending in Mr. and Mrs. Bob Boiler anc the House to give the State family visited relatives in Be. Highway Commission author- loit Easter Sunday. ity over construction of the Mrs. Bossen tells me that three proposed toll roads as the funeral for Floyd Simmi- well as a flexible bond retire- link will be this forenoon, We ment schedule rather than the are really very sorry to hear 40-year fixed retirement in- of the death of~this fine young cluded in the bill. This means man. He leaves his wife, Mary, that the Kansas City to Galena and, I believe, two young boys. toll road may be authorized Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bossen in this session. After it is tom- in an effort to clear the cal- endar of the multitude of bills remaining l~r considera- tion. Committees generally cleaned up their Hotlse bills and will begin consideration with both families. I was much mistaken about of Senate bills next week. So many bills are being killed in t', the name of the Mr. Mitchler |' who married Mrs. Sylvia Mar- committees that it is impos. row. It should have been Mr. sible to keep up on all that ~-r Clyde Mitchler instead of Mr. are going down the drain. ON THE STA Fred Mitchler. who passed Despite Governor Docking's ------------- away some time ago. Sorry, angry blast at Republicans The Show with but guess I never knew those last Tuesday for killing his men too well. They will come conflict of interest bills, work Million Friends back here for a while before went on as usual. I am quite THE sure that individual Republi- settling down in California to cans and Democrats alike are WALLACE M.B.W. Club met with Agnes working and voting for what Zadina last Thursday instead they believe is the best inter- ests of their constituents and BRUCE of Rosella Tucker, who was with her husband, Archie Tuck- the state as a whole, regard- at the bedside of his broth- less of who says what. Our PLAYERS er, er-in-law, Floyd Simmelink, in legislative branch must act in- Kansas City. There were eight dependently and free from the A FINE CAST OF ALL members and one guest, Mrs. executive branch and I see no PROFESSIONAL ACTORS Mabel Bell, present to answer reason to abdicate that pre- roll call. Agnes had two con-'rogative now. Despite all the II; IM | tests in which both sides were accusations and political by- 4BO e ll y' winners. Easter eggs were the play, all of the major issues prizes given. Rosella will have confronting this session of the -I2, the next meeting in three legislature are objectives that weeks. The guess box was won will be reached in an orderly by Mary Lagergren. Agnes and commendable fashion, al- served a delicious lunch, The though probably not satisfac- roll call was answered by tell- tory to everyone. ing what we had planned for House Republicans have in- Easter. traduced a new comprehensive Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mechs- threepoint tax program carxy- ner were Easter guests of Mr. ing a cut of one-half of one and Mrs. Lester Broyles, also percent in the income tax on their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. the first $2,000 in income, a Bill Peugh and family of Dodge cut in the state withholding City. This group all ate dinner tax rate from 15 to 10 percent at the Buffalo Roam Steak of the federal amount with- House. held from state taxpayers, Miss Cheryl Hancock, wbo and conformity between the attends the Trade School at state and federal income tax Beloit was home last week for provisions. The confo.rmity the Easter vacation, measure was approved by Mr. and Mrs. Glenn 'Fiero voters last November. The new spent Friday with ber cousins, tax bill provides that the re- Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Country- duction in the state income tax man. They had been to Mis- rate would be retroactive to souri to visit.her relatives and January 1, 1967 and the re- were on their way back horoe duction in withholding at Milton Freewater, ore. would be effective July 1, 19t6a7x. Mr. and Mrs; Snow near The federal and state income LebanOn were Sunday after- tax conformity would be ef- noon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. fecttve January 1, 1968. The Durrell Burdett. present medical deductions al- Mr. and Mrs. Verl Menden- lowed under Kansas law would hall accompanied tha, Mankato be retained in the. tax con- Senior Class of which Davy is formity section of the bill a- With a member, to Denver and Colo- 10ng with the exemption from "Wally" Bruce rado Springs for their trip. tax of dividends of Kansas Grandma, Mabel Bell, is stay- corporations. "TOBY" ing at their home and also Ar- Changes recommended in The Funny Ibadhead nold Mendenhall and wife of the school foundation finance Hays, to look after chores )lan are still very much in while they are gone. doubt. This bill is on General SINGING & DANCINg BETWEEN ACTS Sponsored By Student Council VIANKATO HIGH SCHOOL AUD. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12 spent Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hillman and Renae at Burr Oak and they spent the next evening (Wednesday) with Mr, and Mrs. Lyle Sloan. Recently Joe and I were at! Jewell for a final tetanus shot at Dr. Plowman's for Joe and a few of the creeks that had been dry for ever so long be- tween here and there, had wa- ter in them. To me that meant hope for rain, and we have had some, not enough yet more may come. Mr, and Mrs. 7:45 SPECIAL STUDENTS leted and proves financially MATINEE- 1:00 P,M. fbasible as predicted, then the Wichita to Hays toll road may 'Love Horseradish' be authorized. Different Than Night Show BUY TICKETS NOW FROM ANY STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBER lOT[-- This Is the same 'show hat pleased big crowds In Wl- Hutchinson, Bellevllle, last year. GUA] NTF. D To M ke You Lsugh Mr. and Mrs. Richard (Bud) Whelchel of Emporia spent the weekend in Mankato visit- ing at the home of his oarents, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Whelcbel, and other relatives and friends. Bud Is a Junior at Emporia State Teachers College where he is ; aJoring in business managqment, His wife teaches at Amaricus. Kansas. cHRISTIAN e ' T ' ( HI. RCH. @ MANKATO, KANSAS .DON MANLEY, Evangelist 7:15 Nightly GERALD BECKENHAUER, Song Evangelist "Gospel Preaching Designed For 20th Century Living"