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April 15, 1971

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CO~ RECO~m ,~ ~2mrsday, April 15, 1971 ~ Pap a b~km S Lucaa and Lincoln Tied For First In Mankato Relays ,Lucas and Lincoln, with 42 points eacb, tied for 1st M the Mankato Relays Tuesday, April 13, Mankato scored 38 points, JeweII, in 4th, had 27 points. Clifton, with 20 points, placed 5th. The other schools placed as follows: Osborne, 16; Was- hlngton, 14: Smith Center, 14; Hanover and Courtland; 8; Jamestown, 7; Linn, Hill-, cre~qt, Kensington, andNorth Central, 6; Republic & Burr Oak, 5; Eaton arid Northern Valley, I; Cawker City, Lebanon, Glen Elder, and I~banon, 0. The points for the Jewell County schools were scored as follows: Mankato - 42: Mike Simon, let, 100. 10.5 and 4th in 220. Steve Dodd: 2nd in shot, and 3rd in L00. Steve had a throw of 50' 9 and 3-4 inches in the shot. This is a ne~ school record. The old recor@ of 49' 5" was set by Sam CoL Dwyer directive is halted by temporary injunction TOPEKA (AP) --A tempera- anything wrong in issuing the y injunction signed by Shawnee Jaunty Judge David Prater thursday halted for the time mint implementation of a lirective by state Property Val- :ation Director Ronald F. )wyer, requiring changes in as- ~sed value of agricultural m&. The order was issued after ~tty. Gen. Vern Miller brought suit challenging constitution- lily of the laws under which ae directives were sent to 95 aunties in the state. The directives, sent March 23, tder changes in valuations of arious classes of farmland be rode based on a median value laced on the lands in one of ine equallz~t on districts in the .ate. John Martin and Matthew ~owd, assistant attorneys gen- ral, and Clarence J. Malone, Mef attorney for the Property aluation Department, met with adge Prater after Miller filed ae suit. ~e attorney general's office not contend Dwyer did~ directives, but says the 1963 and 1959 Laws under which Dwyer acted make no provision for notifying individual land owners when changes are made in land valuations, he said. Martm said this means land owners may have their taxes in- creased suddenly and not know of it until they receive their tax statements in December. A hearing of oral arguments on the state's contention will be held before Judge Prater April 22. The suit asks a permanent in- junction, a rescinding of Dwyer's order, repeal of any resolutions passed by county commissioners to implement his directives and declaration that the statutes are unconstitution- al. Some county boards already have passed resolutions im- plementing Dwyer's directives. The temporary restraining or- der halts these pending the judge's ruling on a permanent injunction. Mrs. Bertha Dietz wa~ an Roy Wallace Sunday evening, Easter guest of Mr, and Mrs, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Grff- John Ahlvers and their chil-f;tts accompanied Mr. and dren, who were here fay Mrs. Allan Kaspar and Wes- E~ter. !ey of C,~ncordia to Wichita Mr and Mrs. Glenn Bartlcy Friday where they spent the were Sunday supper guost~ weekend at the Leo Wengler of their son, Gaff, at a cafe honte. Mr. and MrsEd Monk, in Glen Elder in honor of ~leven and JoLynn of Broken their recent wedding: anni-A~x'ow, Okla., joined thQ v~'sary, group. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Man- Mrs. G~oe Hockett an~ chester and LeRoy Barnett Nyla visited at the Emil were Sunday evening visitors Rhola home in Superior Frio at the Glenn Bartley home. day. Mrs. Dick White aml Mr. and Mrs. John Miller Brenda, Fairbury, called of Colorado Springs, Colo., briefly ISunday morning' at' came Saturday to spend the the Maurice Simmelink home, weekend with his parents, attended Easter service.~ at 31r. and Mrs. Jack Miller. the Ionia Methodist church They left ~onday morning and were d:inner guests of for their return trip. The above Mankato adults fright: Dale Parks, Lou|e Zad- Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rose and M~s. Nell Durham returned were the timers at the Man- lina, Max Ortman, Jack Blair, family, home from the St. Joseph's k~,to Relays Thc~" are left to land Newell Alexander~ Mr, and Mrs. Paul Van hospital Friday afternoon. - Wey and family, Boulder, Mr. and Mrs Don .Easter son in 1969. field, Ran Simon, Keith Roe). Colo., have been spending :.,pent the weekend with their Rod Hancock: 3rd in p~)le Medley Relay, 3rd (Roy their vacation with his vat- :'elks. They and Den's moth, Wakefield, Kirk Oat, George ents, Mr. and Mrs. Orlo Van or, Mrs. Ruth Easter, were vault, 11'. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Keith Roe: 2rid in 440, 52.8. Jenson, and Mike Zadina). Wey, other g~|a.ttv~ 41~ and Mrs. Ray Zac,hary of Be- Kirk Oat: 3rd in low hur- Jewell 27: ~ricad~ dies, 21.3. McMillan: 2nd in half and Mrs, Mauriee ~Simmelin~ felt. Mrs. Elsie ;Lienberger was 880 Relay, let, 1:34.6 (Ran 2nd in mile. suffered some fractured ribs a Sunday dinner guest of Simon, Mike Simon, Keith Griffith: 3rd in shot. Roe and Steve Dodd) Baxa: 4th in 2 mile. as the result of a fall in her Mrs. Addle MeMil~an and Mile Relay: 2nd, 3:41.6 F~dnt: 4th in pole vauk & home~rovinglastslowly.week. She is ira- Ray. She enjoyed supper and (Mike Simon, Roy Wake- :lrd in 120 high hurdles. " the evening with Mrs. Ethel Medley, !st, 3:52.7 (Gor- Mr and Mrs Ed Simmelink Lienberger. tinnier.. Saint, Butts, Will- and family, Salina, spent the Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth weekend at the Maurice Sire- Camp were Sunday dinner meth). Mile Relay: 3rd (Durant. melink and Rex Henningsen ~;uests at the Robert Means Saint, Flinn, Willmeth). homes, home. * Burr Oak - 5: Stepp, 2r~ Mr and Mrs Marion Matter Mr. and Mrs. Earnest EI- ".'n 220 and 5th in 100. of Jewell were Easter guests niff" and Mr. and Mrs. Leon- cf Mr and Mrs Arnold Rose ard McMillan spent Sunday Fsbon - 1: Burgess, 5th in pole vault, and Tim, at the home ef Mrs. M~r- Limestone Valley 4-H dub gaerite Koster. All of the will be April 15 at 7:30 p.m. Koster families were present at the Coon Hunters hall. to enjoy Easter with their Io~;a Rcv and Mrs Cecil Rankin, mother. Mrs Helen Stites & Curtis Mr. and Mrs. Perry Stin- By Mm. Glnn ~U'. Shoemaker, Beloit, were Eas- son to.ok Mrs. Donald Parker "-- ~e~ dinner guests of Mr and & daughters to Junction City Mr.~ Harold Shoemaker and Friday afternoon where they Petty Officer Jerry L. Sue. were met by Mrs. Wade Stin- Rose, son of Mr. and Mrs Mr and Mrs M~attrice Sire- son and Nancy. They stayed Adam Rose, called his par- melink, Mr and Mrs Orlo Van overnight with the Stinsons eats recently that :he was in Wey and Mr and Mrs Bo'b at Lawrence and returned port at San Diego. He will Ro~o all enjoyed Easter tele- Saturday by plane, via Ran- ira,re a 30-day leave soon l~hone calls from Mr and Mrs sos City, to their home in and will go to Omaha to Glen Simmelink of Madres, Williamsburg, Vs. get hi~ wife and daughter, Oreg. Mr. and Mrs. Edward bringing them to visit rela- 'Friends here received word Stauffer and Mr. and Mrs. tires and friends, o~ the death of Ruben Hess- Norman Stauffer, Kim and Mrs. Forrest Colson took ten of Carlton, O]'eg. Mr. Jeff of Newton were supper her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hea.~ton was a former Ionia guests of Mr and 'Mrs. Avery Fred Dicker to Wilcox, Nebr., resident and had been ill of Elniff :Saturday evening. a week ago Tuesday to vsit a heart condition and emphe- They also spent the night at Fred's sister, Mrs. Lottie Ms- soma. Survivors include his *:he Elniff h~nne returning haffy and Mildred. wife and a brother Roy and home Sunday morning. Garden club met Tuesday family of Lebanon, other rel- Mr. and Mrs. AI Baxa had with Mrs John Ahlvers. atlves and friends. " Mr. and Mrs. Henry Koster all their faintly as Easter din- t,er guests and Mr and Mrs. Notice: The annual meet- Jr., of St. Jv~eph, Me., spent Joe Kiffer, Ft. Henry Kief- in~' of the Ionia Cemetery the weekend with their pro.-for, Cawker City, and Mr. A~sociation will be held April cnts~ Mr and Mrs Henry Kos. and Mrs Herb Meis and faro- J, ll i~ ..... " ,, 1,11 inl .......... TREASURER'S QUARTERLY FINANCIAL ST~TEMEN~ City of Mankato, Kansas For the period from Jan. 1, 1971, to March 31, 1971 Old Disburse- New tler~on and Mr. ~'loyd Barrett. l~loyd Risewicks of Super- tar were Wednesday supv~'~ g~ests of ~alla~ Abrams. Mrs T. A. Swihart, June- ~ion City, was a weekend ;~ue t ~f M~ tIazel Peery, Mr,s Ada Peery was an add~- q,~nal Sunday g~est. 3h's. T. A ,Swihart of Jtmction City, Mrs Ada Peery and Mrs. IIazel Peery were ,~atmday supper guests #f 3Ir and Mrs Boyd Hendrix, Jamestown. Mankato FRIDAY - SATURDAY - SUNDAY APRIL 16 - 17 - 18 Easter (lay guests of i~he Richard McMillans were Mr. :[~' The Deadliest Ma~ 5I, and Mr,~. Phi! Applebee of ...Takes on a Whole A.~ Beloit; Mr and Mrs Gene Shambur~', Scottsville, Mr & Mrs ~a~ ,~oodwin, S.ltna, e~ ~_LINT F_~S Marcia McMillan, Emporia. Mr and Mr~ JohnMiller of SHIRL~M~I~ Denver, Colo., called at the Darrell Behrends home ,Sun- s~h ,lay afternoon. "TWO MULES FOR sI rER Mr and Mrs Darrell Bch- COLOlt " rends were supper guests at~ : the Leon Layton home Sun- day evening. Funk and Mr. and Mrs. Rob- Kansas City .ha~ Mr and Mrs Stanley Beh- err Shelton, Jay Lee, Kevin. Cindy, and Ronnie Elniff rends, Beloit, and Terry ~ng-a~ t the-Ray were g~ests Sunday of Mrs home Behrends of Burr Oak were t~e past ~/ :evening gu~ Sunday dinner guests at Ruby Elnfff, Saturday Darren B hren,l homo M I! Mrs. LeoneHague, Mrs.Mr. and Mr and Mrs Vaughn Flinn Mrs ]~.Ahel Lienberger and Mrs. Mr and and family, Houston, Texas,. Elsie Lienberger spent Wed- and Jeffery Sunday !::i] were here for the weekend r, esday Mth Mr. and Mr. son were Sunclay.~;::t,' wlth Jesse Kib be an