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PAGE 613 - Sewell County Record, Mmadkato, Kansas THURSDAY, MAY 12, ,~'Partners in Progress", the Mr. Kent Garhart, Director legislation benefiting the re- Marshall advocated Manda- General Conference which iences and situations where will be 8.13 mills, or $8.131 Abram; Dorothy Dy-~ tlieme of the tenth annual of Special Education in Man- tarded and other handicapp- tory Legislation for Special will meet in Chicago in Chri, stians have been requir- per thousand dollars of as- [ Violet Henson; Kame ~nvention of the Kansas hattan schools and chairman ed persons in the obtaining Education in the schools, November. The General ed to meet needs. All took sessed valuation. ! ine Hanson; vehna lVl ~.~nclation for Retarded of the committee on mental of needed services and im- but, that there should be a Conference will vote on the part in the discussion period. The reasons for making ConKey; Morgan -r--- - -~ildren, was emphasized health and mental retarda- proved or expanded facili- five-year planning period to proposed union with the Me- This section of the program the applications are as fol- Lynch; Jennie Lyric the various reports, work- tion of the Kansas JayCees ties. We have been able to implement it successfully, thedist Church. closed with a prayer by Mrs. lows: Rooert W. hill; AJ ~ops, and speeches held at conducted the tours, maintain our status as a in some cases. In explaining ~ Ward Ozmun. The lower per pupil costMock; Anne Mock; i ~nsas 3tare University Stu- Mrs. Robert Wright, Mis- State Member Unit of the Public Law No. 8910 under Alpha Omega Club With Mrs. Elmin Peterson in some of the componentW. *latman; Frank 1 dints=,) Union ~ ~ ,~,~ Aprilattended29th andthe portSi n' Kansas,that "evenState Presidentwe National Association." !Title I, he stated that it as pianist, those in attend- districts and unforeseen and Tatman; W,liam O'Re ~th, mentioned in her annual re- Mr. John Weimer, Nation- doesn't seem like the handi- Alpha Omega met with ance contributed to the reg- unusual costs arising out ofly; Libbie S. O Rcitl al Field Representative in capped and exceptional chil- Mrs. Guy Williamson April ular offering while singing unification which cannot be me unknown hews, ex =,40 ~c, ~,~s though the South Central Region, dren are getting a fair shake 28. Ten members answered the hymn, "Have Thine Own met under said limitation cutors, administratol Camvenfion from local Asso- ~tions throughout the state. "~o andSee tours, Friday ~rmng, ! cofisisted of visits ~speCia!, bducation classes, ~h traimtble and educable, ~pital Classes and nursery. are aware of things undone, this past year has seen us move forward in many are- as. The Kansas Association for Retarded Children has played a very decisive role in securing the passage of all the great LINDSEY/FUNK'S-G LINDSEY - FUNK MILOS 555 New 12-18" shorter 744 - Early to medium 755 - Medium 788 - Full Season Pasture, Ccreen Chop, Baled Hybrid Sudan 77F SILAGE 101F and Mr. Arthur McKnight, Field Representative for Fund Raising, were both present for consultation. Mrs. Wright also stated that "Comprehensive State Planning for Mental Health and Mental Retardation" has gone forward most satisfac- torily and the final plan will soon be released. The Kan- sas Association for Retarded Children has been very much involved with the planning, first, through its own Plan- ning Committee and, addi- tionally by the invitation from the Board of Social Welfare to review with them the mental retardation sum- mary planning document. One other significant endea- vor this past year has been the strengthening and im- proving of our relationship with the Kansas As'sociation for Mental Health." Dr. Richard L. Schiefel- busch, director of the Bureau of Child Research at the Un- iversity of Kansas, stressed the need for better commun- i ications between agencies, professional people, and lay people. "By working toge- of all the money that has been allocated by the Feder- al government l;or this pur- p,~e. bvrne schoo are champions for Specia'. Edu- c'atiOn and some are not. Day to co:ffus~on over the ;~,rding 91 tl:~ law, many f~!t tha,* the money was not for the handicapped but only for the financiai'y deprived. 'The Retarded Child and His Family" was the theme of Mr. Harry Aponte, Psy- chiatric Social Worker from the Menningers Foundation. Speaking at the Saturday luncheon, Mr. Aponte stated "The retarded child is an in- dividual who struggles to make the most of his assets. He needs help from the fam- ily and the community. If the family cannot make ad- justments in the best way, the" child will not be helped or may be more seriously handicapped." 'Present counseling ser- vices are not being utilized today by families. Economi- cally, culturally, and socially deprived minorities such as negroes and mexicans are greatly affected. The future roll call with a "bulb exper- Way, Lord". The loader, ience." Mrs. Lydia Miller Mrs. Sanderson, pronounced agreed to become a new the Benediction. member. The postponed an-I Mrs. John Zadina was the niversaries celebration was Ihostess for the afternoon. planned. Game prize was Dainty mint-filled May bask- won by Mrs. Otto Wilson. Mrs. Harold Ahrens won the "Guess Box." The hostess served delicious refresh- ments. May meeting to be with Mrs. Wilson May 26. Reporter Denver, Colo. Friend Bus, Will you enter a subscrip- tion for Mrs. Martha Thomp- son, Esbon, Kansas. She is my last surviving aunt. I read with memories your mention of Lincoln Park Chautauqua. Our family spent two weeks camping out there during 1907 - 08 - 09. My father, A. L. Clement, was a park policeman during those years. Sincerely, W. C. Clement 2727 E - 13; Apt. 2 Denver, Colorado MEMPHIS, TENN. (FHTNC) April 4 -- Chief Aviation Ma- ets adorned the plates when the ladies seated themselves around the table. Mrs. Zad- ina also provided very pretty napkins. She served deli- cious refreshments. These consisted of an appetizing salad, party crackers, iced tea and coffee. Solomon Valley Coon Hunt- ers and Sportsman Club Club met in regular ses- sion Thursday evening, May 5. The Club voted u-c.ni- mously to donate $5.00 to the Heart Fund and $5.00 to the Cancer Fund. It was also agreed to sponsor a com- munity family picnic at the Jewell County State Lake on Sunday, May 22, at 1:00 p.m. Bring a basket dinner and a good appetite. Anyone wishing to fish, also bring fishing gear. Rev. Trott announced the first meeting for the Youth without impairing the edu- cational program offered by the district. These reasons are appli- cable as set out in Section 15 (b) as authorized by the 1965 Senate Bill No. 281 ef- fective May 3~,1965. MELVIN D. SHIPLEY, Presiding Officer of School Board NORITA R. DODD, Clerk of School Board April 26, 1966. (First Published in Jewell Co. Record, Thursday, May 12, 1966) 3t IN THE PROBATE COURT OF JEWELL COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter of the Es- tate of Perry N. Sapp, De- ceased. NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas to All Persons Concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been fil- ed in said court by Eldena J. Sapp, widow and only heir and devisee of decedent, asking for the admission of the foreign will of decedent devisees, trustees, cry itors and assigns of following named dece~ ed persons: Ella J. EelJ m Vo.I Linden L. Eells, Agr~ Abram, Sarah Agr~ Abram and G. W. J.'~ man; the unknown hei executors, administ~ toys, devisees, trusty creditors and assigns such of the defendm as may be deceased; t unknown spouses of t defendants; the known guardians, c servators and trust{ of such of the aba KaE Assoc Cente~ cord in the named defendants as~ nizati~ minors or are in ~ attend wise under legal di~ Thurs, bility; and all other ~recept sons who are or may| May concerned, Defendan~ prixm~ NOTICE OF SUIT! Wit THE STATE OF KANS} the m TO THE DEFENDANT~[ follow ABOVE NAMED AND1 go on DESIGNATED AND" ~ highw OTHER PERSONS WHJ as it n ARE OR MAY BE as far CONCERNED: cernec that tl You are hereby no Kansa that a petition has beeward ed in the District Cou crease :. " UVIIIDRIIIC ther we can create some- of these children and their chinist's Mate Roger W. Center would be Friday to probate and record, and Jewell County, Kansa~ bonds, thing more powerful. It is families will greatly affect Murray, USN, son of Robert evening, May 6, at the Com- that such will and the pro. the above named plaiJ most - o:1,~ SEED CORN not whether we have a pro- the, future of all the retard- V. Murray of Mankato, Kan munity Flail in Ionia. Rev. ceedings thereon operate up- asking for judgment suffici ~: Wu~unn i, ou.~,~ blem, but what we do about ed. was promoted to his present Trott also explained how the on, determine the title to plaintiffs are the owne = ,ummer nasture G-144 it." Dr. Schiefelbusch was "The Association for the rate while serving aboard group would be sponsored and devise to petitioner all fee simple of the foll~ better "-- '-~ the featured speaker at the Retarded Children has been Naval Air Technical Train- and a few of the duties and of the real property owned described real propert ceed v green cnop ~ew ~-4t)~O Friday evening Banquet. in the forefront in this court- ing Center in Memphis, regulations of the members, by the decedent in the State Jewell County, Kansas:l: blish . : G-711 AA The Kansas Association try for services for the men- Tenn. We will have a Wildlife of Kansas at the time of his Northeast Quarter (~ the st~ presented newspaper awards tally retarded. We need in- His promotion was based film shown at our June death and including the fol- ~/~) of Section Eight~ media at the banquet to reporters creased and better develop- on time in service and rate. meeting, and there should be lowing described real prop- (18), Township Five][lane : I ~ 1 ~n~r, ,contributing the most to ed counseling services. The military appearance, per- an evening of good enter- erty: South, Range Se',en~ Josept ]l ~r i~ ~ 1 vr~l~ [ public education concerning job will not be complete or formance of duties and pass- talnment. West Half of Northwest West, / Nev In ml==--I EARLY I mental retardation. The first iwell done until the rest of lug the Navy-wide test forI How about weighing in Quarter (w of NW ) and asking the court t~Atwo