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JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, July 22, 1976 Page 5 - Section 2 The way it is RURAL WATER COMPLEX LETION Beloit - The largest rural district complex ever U.S. Army Sgt. Don Payne of the Terry Grabast, Osborne, gets a tank and automotive command in close-up view atop an earth- Warren, Mich., instructs a group mover. (Journal Photo by Dennis of National Guardsmen while Lundgren) By JERRY SEIB ing thanks, in part, to some U.S. Army Some 300 Central Kansas men staff members. have tossed aside their civilianEwing says the men are undergoing garb and donned Kansas Nationalboth classroom and field training. Guard uniforms for a 2-week train- Some of the training is being con- ing period now underway at Sa- ducted by Army instructors, who have linE's Nickell Barracks. come to Sallna from posts throughout the country. The men are from the Wichita, Man- The guardsmen are using a gamut of kate and Sallna units of the guard's construction and engineering equip- 226th engineering battalion. A 4th unit ment that has been brought to the Nick- is training at Fort Riley. ell facility for the camp, Ewing said. The training session began July 10. The equipment, some of which is nor- According to Capt. John Ewing, staff mally stored in Wichita and Mankato, adjutant, the men of the battalion are available to the guard year-round, he receiving their annual summer train- said. i OPEN HOUSE AT KTI each department of technology The second of three sched- will be on hand toexplaintheir uled Open Houses at the KEn- curriculum and equipment as sas Technical Institute will well as answeryourquestions, take place on Saturday, July Those wishing t tour the KTI 24, between the hours of 1 and facilities are asked to first go 4 p,m. Though the KTI campus to the Administration Building is open to visitors at any time and have personnel there ac- during the week, many findthe company them to the various weekend more convenient. For departmenta. this reason, interested per- sons who find it difficult tovis- Henry GErman, king of the it KTI during the week are Burr Oak Bicentennial, called urged to attend this special at the Record office last week Saturday Open House. to &et extra copies of the Rec- During the Open House ord which had pictures of the ,.hours, faculty members of celebration. Cap t~ Larry Flowers, staff in- telligence officer, said the men were putting their training to use on several construction projects at the training complex. "We're in the process of putting l.q some machine gun ranges and differ- ent tactical courses," Flowers said. "We're also crushing rock for use in maintaining the roads here year- round." The Salina training facility is used by National Guard units for weekend training as well as for Summer camps, Flowers said, and the work being done this Summer will improve the other training periods. The Salina Journsl, Former rosidonts are in Hawaii Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Basart, mad student. Since entering she Travis, Kate and Freddie of has been taking extra classes, Hastings, former Superior striving to get three years of residents, are presently in college in two. She is also at- Honolulu, Hawaii, where Mrs. tending summer classes at Basart is attending the annual Kearney. convention of the American Cited for academic Society of Radiologic achievement at the college, she Technologists, as a national also works at the Hastings officer. Regional Hospital six to eight Mrs. Basart, the former hours a day, is x-ray technician Judith Butler, entered Hastings at Webster County Hospital and College last Segember as a pre- maintains their household. ilies and the communities of, Mitchell No. 2 built atreat- available by the federal and ' For C~ities of all Classl Hunter, Tipton, Barnard, Jew- meat plant on Glen Elder Re- state government we were very State of Kansas ell Simpson, Glasco and Ran- servoir and will purchase wa- fortunate to put together the 6 Budget Form No. 5A dall. ter from the Bureau of Re-million dollars flnancialpack- CITY OF l~ln*r. C~- _T-*well COUNTY, KANSAS Williams stated the two clamation and sell watertoits age." NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON 1977 BUDGET in Kansas is near corn- districts, one of which is corn- own users and Mitchell No. 3. Sam Motes, Beloit, is m, The two rural water pleted, are building 745 miles White, Hamele & Hunsley, Chairman of Rural WaterDis- PUBLIC NOTICEis hereby given, in compliance with the provisions of K.S.A. 1975 Supp. 79-2929 that the governing body will meel [ctll in the complex are of water line, atreatmentplant Consulting Engineers of Sa- trict No. 2, and Frank Kadel of on the 3rd day of AU~I.IB1; ........ , 1976, at ~'- 00 o'clock P* M., at . i ~d in Mitchell County, on Glen Eider Reservoir, 10 lina, designed both systems Beloit is Chairman of Rural (]i1;V I~Jqll for the purpose of hearing objections and answering questions oI is. standpipes, 6 booster pumps and Mr. Don Noah &Noah, Be- Water District No. 3. FmHataxpayers relating to the following,?udget and proposed tax levy, and considering amendments relating thereto. Detailed budget infer1 remarks prepared for and a booster station, loit, provided legal services. County Supervisor RalphKill- mation is available at the City Clerk s office and will also be available at the hearing, t ~ry to the dedication of Mitchell County No. 2 and =At one time in the early gore servestheMitchellCoun- County Rural Water No. 3werefinancedwith4mil-70'sFmHAdidnotfeelenough tyarea. ~C~~ OI~IC~ n/I iA;LkE let 3, Farmers Home lion in federal loans, 1.2 rail- funds would ever be available Rural Water District No. 3 " I State Director lion in federal grants, 350,000 to build these two districts, held adedicationbarbequeJuiy VIES BY TAXING YEAR said thedis- State of Kansas grant and Our hopes were not very 17th at 12:00 noon attheChau- cost nearly 6 million to 300,000in member contri- strong,*' Williams said. =When tauqua Park in Beloit. . (in dollars par $100 of assessed valuation) and will serve 800 faro- bution, additional monies were made 1974 1975 1976 OF KANSAS Proposed No. 4A $100.00 ........ $----~-+-7 3 L; ' $ilil~" II I~ :~I 7 $ ?l, L(;;l Federal Revenue Sharing Fund 5849 ,. P,8 Special Highway Fund "1$ 6937.66 July 1, 1976 $ .l.;, ,., ,OC:O , . $__ 1':0 c,,', or', , ...... ' ...... Total Budgeted Revenues $ $ 11 ,9.84 $ 69943.26 .......... ,, , , , ..................... In dollars per $100.00 assessed valuation 7-1-76 to 12-31-77 Total Revenue EXPENDITURES BY BUDGET YEAR $ 5671.28 I 693'/.66 $ 94001,15 .... ,, ,, , ,, 1975 1976 1977 $ !i'[ --- FUNDS wiTH TAX LEVIES Actual and "P? ; ..... ~ " .... '.",,:.? LIMITED BY THE TAX LID Actual Estimated 72.7!q.(.[! General Fund $ $ 16879,4'/ $ _ 2)-, ;93[,. ~-i~-a-~.V FundI 730.02,, I 698.18 I 2.9oo.oo ...... Sveolal $1;. Li hl;s Fund 921.89 934,50 '.> ,O'3f) ")0 7:22l...';o ... DEBT SERVICE LEVIES (NOT LIMITED BY THE TAX LID) $__ 7