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!JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, June 17. 1982 Page 8 - Section 2 Head of National Right-to-Work, Reed Larson, Recognized R~~ ~dmt~ the NsUo~ ~-To-Werk orSantmttm as well as the roundattm for I~U Ddmm " Wmflflnffmn, D.C. was reeognised at-s t ,md by era and at tim ~ Cons~ Company m Lalm Lovwell Sunday ewmlng, ~S, More than 70 8uRaLs from 8 wide mm ~ um mco~n. • Mr, ~ led the effort which admimted in 1968 with the Kansas con- Jean Brogdon and Mrs. i-Morse Page spent from June 4 to' June 11 visiting Jean's :parents, Mr. and Mrs. Greg ~Thummel, and the Ted Thum- ime! family and the Robert iManelys of Lebanon. Mrs. Page is a sister'of Mrs. iThummel. She also visited ~er son and wife, Melvin Fentons of Downs. [[[I I1[11 II ~tttlmal amendment for Right-to-Work. Sm~ at Aara, Kan., tl~ Kamu for the put twenty years Im been be~U~ the ~'s effort out of Springf~d, Va., a oumkirt (~ Washington, D.C. Many eL those attmdlnl the Iteeee barbecue had been imtrummtal in the early days d the right to wm, k eff(wt in Kansas, and were happy to bear Mr. Lm~ tell eL the i~e,h and meeem ~ the .at~,al oqpmt~tlo.. the advane~ labor I=osram m Britain and the United States, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Batty and his brother, How- ard and wife of Phoenix, went to Manhattan and called on Mrs. Howard Balty's cousins, the Lloyd Julberts, and went to the Konza Tallgrass Lab- oratory Saturday. They also called on the Chuck Gurneys at Clay Center, nephew of Raymond and Howard. [I I [ I Campbell Rural Appra[ l and Real Estate BROKER & APPRAISER KANS. & NEBR. Box 1 605 N. Commercial Mankato, Ks. 66956 913-378-3452 BROKER iN SCHOOL -- CALL: Salesmen: RAY G. NEWMAN, Courtland, 374-4340 DAVE AUTREY, 378-3508 TOM LEHRLING, 378-3693 A Rlght-to-Wa, k .mlms ~ as now tn THE BELLEVILLE TEIdESCOPE Mr. and Mrs. Bob Boyd'and children, Valerie, Suzie, Robyn and Kristin of Hill City visited Sunday at the home of his mother, Mrs. F. W. Boyd. They had visited overnight at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Val Helm at Supe- rior, and with her grand- mother, Mrs. Marie DeVan. I I I I • Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ken- nedy of Lebanon and his sis- ters Mrs. Vivian Oat and Mrs. Jessie Muck of Mankato re- turned last week from a trip to Chillicothe, Ill., where they attended the high school grad- uation of Jessie's grandson Mike Ladd. They visited at the home of Mike's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ladd. The Ladds accompanied them on a trip into Wisconsin where they visited "Little Switzer- land" at New Glarus and the "House on the Rock" museum. On the way home they visited the Kennedy's son, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kennedy and son Brodie in Kansas City. Mr. and Ms. Tom Ciganek from Watertown, Wis., were special guests at the Formosa Auction June 26 of Phyllis Myeriy home and household goads - 415 North West. For details call Tom Lehrllng, 8-3693. , | bedroom home, approximately 864 sq. area, next to school. Recently hath. Full basement, has hen and storage shed for only $5,000. This is a good first home to live in for a few years for less than rent while you iocata that dream home. | story, 3 bedroom home, SO°/. basement at 415 N. High. Owner will finance qual- Ifying buyer at 12% for 10 years with adequate down payment, story, 4 bedroom home with 2 baths, lin. ft. kitchen cabinets, with 100% having income producing apartment in basement, close to hospital and high school. Large S bedroom older home with good location to school and city park. S0% basement and detachedarose. Will , anc. balance., 's,.,0. | bedroom home wHh basement. Very location, ~ block from P.O. Sailor finance balance with a reasonable Will rent and payment. Attractive remodeled home at 313 North McRoberts. Close to school. Good gar- den space, firewood timber, new patio, Need 4 bedrooms? Let us show you a good 2 story remodeled home with good extras. 309 So. Center. 1 story, 2 bedroom home, 60% basement. Good location. Owner will contract for up to 5 years at l:L~o/annum to qualify. Ins family with reasonable down ~y- ment. Wiii rent with prenmption to buy. Has reduced askin9 price 20% below cost. 114 South High. 2 be(Jroom home, full basement ready for another beth and beciroon:b redwood deck, attaGhed garage, on North Water Street. A good business location Just out of town providing a favorable tax base, yet with excellent access for many types of retail. Also, property has a 10xSS Skyline mobile home. Aii this end more for only $11,000. Attractive smell home 'with excellent location, Has partial basement, good hardwood floors. Next to :Courthouse, FARMS: 160 acres - Walnut Twp. - 60 crop. Senior Center the evening of June 6. Others attending were: Florence Soder, Mr. and Mrs. Don Howland, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Isaacson, Terah and Paige, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Howland, Formosa; Mrs. Mil- dred Paterson, Tammy, Cara, Matt and Dina, Beloit; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Olsen, Stacey, Lana and Ryan, Kristy Lar- son, Mr. and Mrs. Dan San- dell, Emily and Kenny, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Sandell, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Anderson, Scan- dia; Mr. and Mrs. Rex San- dell, Republic; Mary Jane Isaaeson, Courtland; Mr~ and Mrs. Ed Dunstan and ~d, Denver, Colo.; Mr. and Mr#.. Gene Hedges, El Colon, Calif.; Mrs. Don Rizek and Korea, Munden; Jeri Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Sandell, Mankato. Lunch with lots of homemade ice cream was enjoyed by everyone. Several went to the rink to skate. Others enjoyed music, cards and visiting. STATE EXCHANGE BANK Mr. andMrs.DuaneSnyder. i Jane Snyder and Saundra Boyles returned June 5 from a 16 day trip. On May 23 they Congressmon Pat Roberts' WASHINGTON MANKATO. KS. ANSWER LINE FRIDAY-SATURDAY- June 18, 19 and 20 QUESTION: Dear Pat, What is the status of the tax breaks Congress passed for themselves last year? ANSWER: The best news from Congress last week was that we were able to convince a majority of Congressmen that the congressional tax breaks should be repealed. Both the House and the Senate have now passed legislation repealing the tax breaks. Last December the House passed amendments allowing members of Congress to deduct up to $75 per day as expenses. I did NOT use these deductions in figuring my family's 1981 income taxes. We paid our taxes just like any other American family. It was a sad day for honesty in Congress when these provisions were passed. At a time when we're calling for sacrifice for economic recovery, Congress balked when asked to sex an example. To prevent similar tax breaks from being silently passed through Congress, I have sponsored legislation forcing all members of Congress to make recorded votes on all salary and allowance matters. If members knew they were being held accountable, they'd be more likely to think twice about giving themselves any tax breaks or special allowances. QUESTION: Dear Congressman Roberts, What exactly was involved in the recent action to reduce the paperwork burden on small businesses? ANSWER: The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has decided small businesses with few or no safety hazards will no longer be required to maintain safety and accident logs. This action is a step in the right direction. OSHA said businesses such as retail stores, banks and many other small operations should not be forced to compl)/with thei same recordkeepins requirements as industries with known safety hazards. Up until this decision, all businesses were forced to keep safety logs that were not even reviewed. This paperwork reduc- tion is consistent with an overall change in direction with OSHA. The agency has stated it will concentrate its efforts on industries involving hazardous occupations. This is a good example of common sense put into operation in Washington. NOTE: H you have questions about issues or lelllslallon, addmm them to my office: 14321 Longworth HOB, Washington, D.C. ?AS]iS. I IlU i Notice: I would like to announce that I have start- ed an "On-The-Farm" Tractor Tire Repair Service. I can also order new front and rear tractor tires. I can be reached at home 378-3765 or call collect 725-6221. You may also leave a message at Lloyd's Standard Service. I would appreciate your business. ZADINA TRACTOR TIRE REPAIR SERVICE MARTY ZADINA ~aUoNn9 t~tt~ C.~mk b4c~, fonmot dst~ u~ de~l, h~ did not od(lu~ to dlong(. I:IC~WII~ u C.I-I~TI['~ Tilt. I:~TER LkSTIN~ . Jl:~( BI~KIN • COI.IN BL~V.[LY 6YLVY~ t~L~=~5 . DENI6 (~JlU.~ . Ddi~INl~ ~E ,,,~ITH ~ ~ Ubll~.l~ THE ~bl Mu~ by C(~E ~0¢~'~ ~ono~,d by JOaN LC~J4Bi:f~V Adults $3.00 Children (thru Senior High) $2, [10 ode you! Let your WEDDING STA be as individual as you are. Choose from wide selection of contemporary Carlson wedding stationery. INVITATIONS NAPKINS ANNOUNCEMENTS BRIDAL. THANK YOU NOTIrS JEWELL COUNTY attended the baptism of SHOP FOR FATHER'S DAY Certificates of Allison Dawn, the da .ughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Snyder in Ankeny, to. Leaving An- keny the FAth, they visited Hannibal, Me., Springfield, D posit I]l..Nashville and Charts- ! 's pt nooga, Tenn. Theyspenta at Drei ing De Store week in Atlanta, Go., with Mr. • e and Mrs. Bruce Snyder, taking a side trip to Panama City Beach, Fla., over Me- INDIVIDUAL RgflREMENT ACCOUNT (IRA) morialDayweekend. Onthe way back to Kansas they stopped at the Worlds Fair in 18 Month Certificates Kno~v~e, Vraceland in Mem- phis, Little Rock. Ark., and Deposit up to $2,000 of earned income ($22.50 spent one night in the Ozarks. with non-working spouse; two w~rking They were house guests of the 75% spouses $2,000 each). Beginning in 1982 ANY- Dale Allisons in Basehor Fri. • ONE with earned income is eligible to have a ofdaynightandlunche°nguestSMr, and Mrs. Stephen Father's Day Ju ne 20 tax-de~erred IRA. Withdrawals may begin Snyder in Manhattan Satur- no sooner than age 591/2 or later than 701/2. day noon. FREE ALL SAVERS CERTIFICATES' LindaRoSSowenand andGaylson,Hane°ek'shawn, SLACKS Sale Shirts accompanied Laurence and 12 Month Certificates Dora Lee Garman to Salem, Ore., to visit Mr. and Mrs. byHq h s488 Earn interest that will be exempt from Gary Hancock and family, ar - Faro O Y 03v/O~e~j~ [m#,b.f Federal and Kansas Income Tax. $500 They attended Tim Hancock's minimum deposit. Tax exempt interest high school graduation June up to ~2,000 on joint return or $1,000 on 4. Melvin and Sally Hancock of Astoria, Ore., came one SHIRTS sing'le return, day to visit. Sightseeing in- i SMALL SAV~ CERTI~CA~ cludedBonnevillethe Oregon Coast. Dam and Fish 9) Levis * Arrow Ladders, Multnoma Falls, lunch at Cascade Locks, shop- O Career Club . rnmnus 30 Month Certificates ping in Portland, and Reno on the trip home. They also ' m 75% o, WESTERN $500.00 Minimum Deposit Dora Lee, Mrs. Inga Redden • at Canby, Ore. Jim Owen, son of Eddie and Linda Owen, is MONEY MARKET CERTIHCATI UncleW°rking this summer for hiSGary. Gary and wife, ~ SHIRTS Susan. are managers of a 6 Month Certificates Bingo Truck Stop and Res- taurant at Salem on Inter- 12 753% $10,O00MinimumDeposi, state5. Overalls Works . 182 day maturity dallMrS~IrsG.en.~,~IpB~re~r~smitRa~"' Shorts Sw,mwear MO~ CERTI~CA~ Mrs, Greg Wilson of Jewell, hadMrs'Mrs" Darus Henningsen anddinnerRoberttogetherOSt of Man.toMonday s3 00 off. Western Hats Caps at the JeweU cole, then made $7[~)0 Minimum Depo~t up a quilting party at the &ny Arasmith home in the after- Sport Jackets 91 day q,ttXtrity noon with Mrs. Wayne Under- MEN'S DRESS SLACKS wood of Burr Oak joining the and • All or the above Certffkmtes isled at the STATE EXCHANGE BANK are party. insured to $lO0,000p~F~X~~ ;e~earlymgUwi~t~ zequlm that a FASHION JEANS gubMa~Ua] ~taflNK fO Record Classifieds Bring Fast Resuit sl