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. Hospital AWARNESS WEEK at 7:58 a.m., on Nov. 28, Thursday, Dec. 6, 1984 Recognizing the dangers1984 a vehicle reported stolen ' . pagel-Secti0n 2 By J~cDjJJ Boyd, drunk and drugged drivers from Superior, Nebr. was News Weather The election of Bob Dole today as majority leader of the United pose to the motoring public wrecked one mile south of the Admissions ' Senate is an enormous plus for the state of Kansas. The and the trucking industry, Nebraska State Line on K-14 .~ None Ina Rightmeier, Official U. members of the Kansas Motor and 75 yards west on a county S. Weather Observer, reports ; philosophy, the Kansas viewpoint, will now be felt at the Carriers Association (KMCA) road. Vehicle was totaled. Fol- Stephen G. Holdsworth,Dismi~ais level in the most powerful legislative body in the world, have urged their drivers to lowing investigation, Richard S.D., speeding, $42 and costs. Nov. 27 the following statistics for the participate in National Drunk E. McEntee, 18 years of age David G. Labbe, Saiina, no Ellis Dunstan, Formoso period Nov. 26 to Dec. 2, the years since he first went to Congress from the old Sixth and Drugged Driving Aware- was being held in Jewellfuel permit, $50 and costs. LTC NEWS AND EVENTS inclusive: Hi Lo hess Week, December 9-15, County Jail for pending Lindley A. Schlueter, Visitors to LTC this past Nov. 26 ....... 45 29 , Bob Dole has matured. His judgment is respected; his 1984. charges in Nuckolls County. Nebr., hunting without li- week have been: Julie and Nov. 27 ....... 41 20 to lead is established. His stature, among his peers, is now The National Drunk and Owner of the stolen vehicle is cense, $50 and costs. Kristen Dewey to see Glenn Nov. 28 ....... 51 12 dent. Drugged Driving AwarnessJerald K. Rose of Superior, Jay R. Peterson, Nebr., Wright; Lucille Platt to see Nov. 29 ....... 52 17 Jessie Knight; Darlene Sobers Nov. 30 ....... 50 19 Week is an effort by groups Nebr. A 16 year old malehunting without license, $50 and Helen Ahlman to see Dec. 1 ....... 53 19 majority leader, Senator Dole will have a direci hand in nationwide to call attention to juvenile is also involved, and costs. the tragic consequences of ~ James F. Piacke, Nebr., Velma Berg; Jack and Myrtle Dec. 2 ....... 35 13 Roe and Hans Nelsen; June .08 of an inch of moisture in the future of this country. Kansas, and the nation, will be driving under the influence, please pass this information hunting without license, $50 Hale, Craig Beasley and fatal- snow last week. Total reels- ! better for it. KMCA's Council of Safety on to Lori, 900/0 of the bills are and costs. , ....... Supervisors is spearheading due to the nutrition site.Gerald L. Saint, Mankato Darlene,lies to seep.j.Emelineand ShivelY;Travis antUreinch.fr November was .15 of ~EEL the effort to have all KMCA Harold Morris reported failed to yield at stop sign, $10 Garst and Sharon and Staci ECTED LIBRARY NEWS meeting were read by Lucille members urge their drivers that he had received money and costs. MoND-AY~Vl-A-RKETS EPUBLICAN Those who have donated to Collins and approved as read. to report motorists they sus- for the legislature from Man- Clyde Allen Pierce, Jr., Morris to see Vern Garlock; Courtesy of Midway Co-op . the Copier Fund are: Mr. and Leonard thanked the ladies of pect are driving under thekate and Jewell, he said that Kansas City, take hen phea- Roy Greenburg to see Pat;Wheat ........ 3.43 bu. ~/~lct. Republicans Mrs. Marietta, Great Bond; Esbon for the delcious cookies influence of alcohol or drugs to Formoso had taken up a col- sant during closed season, Erma Dillon to see Merrill Mile ......... 3.71 cwt. K y-eight western Flower Levers club, Lioness and the coffee. He said that a law enforcement agency via lection in June and had mailed bond forfeit, $100. McNichols; John Sipe and Joe Corn ......... 2.65 bu. , ~nsas meeting in Club, Neva Sink, Mr. L. Fiero, he, Harold and Edna had quite their C.B. radio. Drivers may the money then. Howard J. Barta, Nebr., Moore to see Verda and Soybeans .......5.77 bu. ! ~aturday re-elec- Bide-A-Wee Club, P.E.O., Mr. a go around with the grants also phone the Kansas High- Shirley Spittles said she speeding, $16 and costs. Robert and Jeanne Sullens to Oats ......... 1.60 bu. ~. oames as their and Mrs. W. Ormsbee, Sarah committee,trh;YehaVtenOco~h way Patrol REDI (Report was very sorry about themil, Arthur J. Teply, Calif., see Essie Seamans. speeding, $10 and costs. Cancer-$o-c/ety she was almost sure we would Every Drunk Driver Immedi- ~r the next two Circle, Mrs. Beth Merrill, Mr. sideration f ' Lulu Jacobs company has , re-elected were and Mrs Ralnh Wau~h, Min-no mil, he said that maybe ately) number,1-800-332- get it. She said they are Esther H. Kimball, Ohio, been Ruth and Edwin Hoi- j r o dren; Ira and Lema Powell, Helpline Open V' o Roberts, Gar- erva Club, Mrs. Lorrainethey were able to turn things REDI. having a tax training at Con- speeding, $26 and costs. ~ce-chairman andFrye, Trump it Club, Mrs.around. He reported that they The trucking industry has a cordia in Jan., for three days, Richard K. Russell, St.Virginia Lange, Lewis Powell, Konold, Pratt, Mary Davenport, Mr. and had not had any information public interest in seeing that anyone wanting to go should John, speeding, $10 and costs. Bill and Leta Hodgins, Rev. TO Kensens ]beryl Schuster,Mrs B Judy, Dr and Mrs. on the appeal and maybe not the menace posed by theselet ber know, expenses will be Douglas E. Blackwelder, and Mrs. Ralph Jarboe andThe American Cancer 'as elected Trea- Coil~ ~Irs A T "l~enhusen, until May or later. They have drivers is reduced, if not eli- paid. There will be SCA Colo., speeding, $12 and costs. Charles, Robert, Mary and2345,ScietYis aHelpline:toll-free 1-800-ACS-telephone a~ Kiltie Club, V.F.W. Auxiliary, spent all the money and the minated, because of the poten- training December 4. She said David J. Dunn, Ill., speed- Susan Folsom, Vergaine, Re- service available in Kansas to u Mrs. Roberts Mankato Garden Club, Mrs.only possible way of getting tial loss of lives, equipment that Vernon and Wilma Eaton ing, $10 and costs, becca and.Crystal Holdren and answer cancer-related ques- D senior membersPhyllis Myerly, D.A.R., and any would be if some of the and shipper cargos from such were new SCA members. SheKendlyn K. Leeds, Nebr., Janet Wilcox. tions, and is available 8 a.m. ~blican State Exe- Mr and Mrs H McCammon centers turns back some of accidents. It is a fact that 500 said she hoped that each town speeding, $16 and costs. Jack and Orpha Thayer cal- to 5 p.m. Central Time. ~nittee as several Mrs Opal D Lamb has re~ the money. All this may help people are killed each week in had gotten a list of people Douglas H. May, Mankato, led on Dale Scott and Jennie The American Cancer Wilson. Society currently provides re been announced signed" the position of City on the grants for next year. alcohol related accidents. The for the mailing list of the excessive acceleration, $15 Visitors ofGraceBennettoninformation through its local Igr( sional district Librarian. Mrs. Lorraine Frye Esbon: Norene Hajny re- trucking industry wants to Keynotes. and costs. Friday were the Allred s the offices. This new response _ has been hired by the board as ported that not much different save those lives. The next Board meeting June L. Pumphrey, Jewell, ,hal Pat RobertsLibrarian than last time. The man is -----.__ --.--~ will be Nov. 27 at Glen Elder, failed to yield from a drive- Greatwood s, Boss Meeker,system, Helpline, expandsthe the 135 Ropubli- " here to paint, and they con- Leonard reported that Mil- the bus will be going down. way, $25 and costs, 6 months Duane Bennett and Glenn Society service and temple- Bennett. merits other existing in/orma- He ex- JEWELL COUNTY tracted someone to place lie Schroeder was a legal aide The meeting starts at 9:30 probation. Fern and Pete Owen and tion resources. ! appreciation of the party workers that had re- November land- He pledged to efforts in Wash- of all the big 1st district. also elected 22 and 22 alternate represent the 1st the Republican Tom Miles at- represen- in Topeka attend the De- of the Re- executive com- a noon luncheon elected lea- ms Legisla- COUNCIL ON AGING The Jewell County Council on Aging met Nov. 15, 1984 at Esbon with 27 present. Leo- nard Greenburg called the meeting to order and dispen- ced with the usual self intro- ductions. He was very sorry that we didn't get our rail, lost by only 262 votes. He noted that all of us would have to try and get by on our own for the time being. We shall try again for a rail but won't be for a year. Edna Kindler gave the Treasury report, there is $353.04 in the general fund and there will be no more until the revenue sharing, most of the money is spent for janitoral work at the Nutri- tton Site..~as $1679.78 ili thee bli~ ftitld. The minutes of the last The Editor's Notes by Mary D. Boyd certainly use at the office. At the CraR Booth I bought a jar of home made rose petal potpourri. Christmas gift tags made by Sharon Grout and the book "Leaves of Gold", which is an anthology of prayers, verse and prose from the best authors of the world. I'll keep the book for myself and may use quotations from it in my column. Bazaar Satur- the cherry pie, Tyler and still an assortment of and pump- I ended up myself, one of Katy Har- Peterson's were sel- out to be a desk which I shall the siding. The building was rented twice and is already rented 2 times for next month. They played cards and had birthday coffee yesterday to celebrate. They had two pianos given to them, they are going to keep the best one. She said that the people who have rented their building want to do so again. They had a good scare the other day it was 90 degrees when they opened the building and the furnace would not turn off, the man found a short in the wire leading to the ther- mostat. Burr Oak: Richard Canfield reported that we had a great meal, there were only 24 pre- sent. The president was sick. Dale Collins had built a new hat rack and LuclUe Collins had covered the air condi- tioner. Randall: No one was pre- sent. Formose: Harold Morris re- ported that they had quite an experience, the water pipe under the sidewalk in front of the building broke and ran into their basement, up into their .furnace. They had to have the motor rebuilt, it costs about $150.00 They did not have any other damage so felt they were lucky. The building was rented 4 times last week. They did not feed he sets up some time for her to re-visit the centers. Shirley Spittles said that would be good and that she could bring the new lawyer with her. Leonard noted that members of the board can only serve 4 years and that his expires in December, 1984, he said that Edna Kindler had been ap- pointed to take his place. He said the Jewell County board is a different set up and that he has one more year to go but that there are three posi- tions to be filled. He appointed Maude Abram, Richard Can- field and Norene Hajny to the nominating committee. He also told Shirley Spittles that the people in Mankato are getting very tired to having to nay all the utilities at the nutrition site and for her to in Manhattan, he want to wait a.m. It was stated that Walter Weston Carroll Chambers, Cecil Owen are frequent cal- Helpline offers information until after the holidays before Campbell had gon~to attend Mankato, Failure to stop at lers of Bessie Kuiken. to Kansans about: specific Visitors of Edith Billing this cancer sites; cancer.related the silver haired legislature. Shirley said the appeals would be considered each time money is returned. The December meeting has been postponed, the next meeting will be January 17, 1985 at Formoso. Leonard asked Shirley to let Manhat- tan know the conditions of things here in Jewell County. Meeting adjourned. SWINGIN' SWEDES The Swingin' Swedes square dance club danced at without fully feathered head Glasco Nov. 24 with Rich or wing attached, $10 and Gates as the caller, costs. Their next club dance will Ray G. Brown, Jr., Tenn., be Saturday, December 8 at possess mi~.at0ry~.,wAterfow! Norway with Bob Househol- without fully feath~i'ed hbJd ter, beginning at 7:30. All dan- or wing attached, $10 and cers are welcome, costs. State Senator Nell was also treated for a cut lip, a Arasmith, Phillipsburg, was broken tooth and bruises transferred from the Osborne before he was transferred to hospital to the Phillips County Phillipsburg by ambulance hospital Wednesday. He is Wednesday. recuperating from a partially crushed vertebrae, incurred "The doctor at Osborne said in an accident five miles north I shouldn't bend over to pick Another interesting item, hunters this time. of Lucas Sunday night, up anything for a while," he ~)/~/ was a jar of dried beans, 10 Jewell: Doris Divel repor- Arasmith had attended a reported by phone, "but I different kinds attractively ted that it was about the same legislative meeting of in- can'tevengetoutofbedyet." layered. A recipe for Bean down there. They sent $10.00 surance companies at Salina M~illicent The State Senate meets to " Soup was attached, which to silver haired legislature, earlier Sunday, and he said he organize for the coming sea. ~e to pass, when sounds delicious and which I~l They were to have entertain- "went to sleep', about II p.m. sion Monday, and Arasmith old... 1 Sam. 8:1. be glad to share, ment but they could not come enroute home. His car hit a said it was very doubtful that the last of theMDB , due to sickness, field drive-in and smashed in- he would he able to attend. "I Srael, affords an A week ago I had a call on Manimto: Darlene Sobers to a tree. He was in the car for don't know whether I will he about two hours before help able to vote by phone or not," UStration of the Saturday evening from some- reported that things were a~ived. he said, "but the doctor here declining days.one at the Mankato Laundry about the same, building was I would turn on my didn't think I would he able to Years brin~ de- that one of the rtlachJn$$ was rented twice last week. The . aCtivities intl i:e. r dnning over. ~alt~ ~troup at Golden Years Club met Nov. blinkers," he said, "but that is get around much for several a lonely stretch of road, and weeks." s. The Tii-eles~~tfi~h Bowl kh~@ t[tat GeOrge 30. They took up a special few cars passed at that time of Arasmith is chairman of the I Roaring FS tI S @~ takes ~ii;t~ of the donation for silver haired legi- ni Senate committee on Corn- Way to the ~eii-laiindry for us, wi~i out of slature. Their bake sale was ght~ne scan and x-rays mercial and Fihancial In- and the Slacken-t~iwn. She went over, turned very good, sold everything revealed the partially crushed .stitutions, and hu a heavy To grow old off the water, and even clean- and raised about $200.00, this vertqebrae Tuesday. Arasmith legislativelY. graciously is a ed upl Thanks, Faith, you are will hardly pay the utilities. @ do so is a are those who admit to them- others that they the period of and ser- hard hand and Ley insist upon position, which have ceased to Can be a grief to an time facts squarely they could be a and blessing to remembers the of Solomon, a crown of in the way and '~The men is their ,of old head." (Pron. that men and mature years for decreasing so when ~hat they can adjust Without hurting others. repeat itself the same with. A everything is a nursery for not at all a fit a real friend. MDB Clara Gates recently brought me a copy of one of Whitley Austin's columns on World War II printed in the Salina Journal. This one was about Burma in the fall of 1944 when Whitley was a combat photographer. Clara, our retired city li- brarian, served during that time in the Philippines as a staff sergeant in the W.A.C. at the Signal Center in Manilla, and I'm sure has many stories she could tell. MDB Last Friday I was a guest at the Golden Years Club dinner of Darleen Sobers, who is the president. They meet the last Friday of each month for a covered dish dinner at the Jewell County Senior Center. After the brief business meet- ing there is more visiting and card games for those who would like to stay. They say anyone 55 or over is welcome to joinl While we were filling our plates from the tables loaded with holiday dishes of every kind, Lucille Collins played familiar tunes on the piano. Thanks Darleen for the good food and fellowship. MDB stop sign, $10 and costs. Thomas L. Wallace, Burr Oak, speeding, $10 and cc~ta. Russell K. Douglas, Ariz., speeding, $10 and costs. Robert E. Simon, Tex., speeding, $10 and costs. Phil S. Steele, Colo., speed- ing, $12 and costs. Robert C. Cavender, Jr., Tenn., possess migratory wa- terfowl without fully feath- ered head or wing attached, $10 and costs. James A. Wallace, Tenn., possess migratory waterfowl Verne Eaton gave the bus report for October, it was dri- ven 300 miles, the expenses were $22.60 and the income was $52.50. A load was taken to Esbon for the Octoberfest and another load was taken to Beloit to attend a musical. On Oct. 26, seven people from the L.T.C. were taken on a tour to Burr Oak. It was noted that any person or business can donate $15.00 to Edna Kindler and she will make the ar- rangements with the L.T.C. for a bus load to make a tour of any place they desire. Right now arrangements should be made to take people around to see the Christmas Lights. Darleen~ Sobers made the nutrition site report, she said that the figures for October will be different as it is the beginning of a new year there. There were 638 meals with an average of 29, 100 new people, 17 new home deliver- ed meals, with a total of 165 home delivered meals, there were 543z/z out reach hours, and 192 volunteer hours. Dorothy Munro reported that there were 23 people in to help celebrate the anniver- sary on the 13th. There were several pictures taken and that Virlea Peterson had been the cook all the time. From Wire Service Reports "Kansas Republicans on Wednes- day warmly praised Sen. Bob Dole for winning the majority leader post of the U.S. Senate, and state politi- cal leaders unan/mously proclaimed it a "tremendous plus" for Kansas. "It puts Kansas' thinking at the highest level of government," said McDill "Huck" Boyd of Phillips- burg, a lougtime member of the Re- publican National Committee. "I am more excited about this ap- pointment than any other recent pc, litical event," Republican Attorney General Robert T. Stephan sald in a prepared statement. "The election of Senator Dole as majority leader brings honor to Kansas and the Midwest and will enhance our ira. age throughout the world." Dole, who was first elected to the Senate in 1968, downplayed sugges- tions that his duties as majority leader would take him away from Kansas concerns. "It's not going to change what Marriage License Darrell Allen Johnson, Ed- gar, Nebr., Tiffiny LeeAnn Renschler, Deweese, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. Darus Hen- ningsen and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ost, were Sunday af- ternoon guests in the home qf Mr. and Mrs. Gene Barrett, Seleise and Natalie and en- joyed evening lunch with them. happens in Kansas," Dole said at a news conference. "Hopefully I can be a force for some positive good for the state of Kansas as majority leader. I'll be going home frequent- ,~ and looking after everyth/ug I should in Kansas." Dole said he would retain his seat on the agriculture and finance Com- mlttees, which handle farmand tax legislation respectively. Democratic Gov. John Carlin congratulated Dole in a statement issued through his press office. "I believe it is a plus for Kansas that one of our senators will be guiding the Senate as decisions are being made that affect the econom- ic well-belng and the future of our country," said Carlln, who was in Washington Wednesday for National Governors' Association staff meet- ings. He is chairman of NGA. "This is a proud achievement for the senator and it is a recognition by his colleagues of his leadership ability," said Carlln, who recently week were: Joyce Bradrick, Darlene Sobers, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Millard Billing. Arnold Ernst called on Ber- tha Ernst and Edith Billing. Fr. Bill Kilian was guest minister Sunday, the 25th for church services at 2 p.m. Fourteen residents attended. Tuesday Happenings was sponsored by the P.E.O., Tuesday the 27th. Represen- ting the club were: Gall Miller and Scott, Deb Alexander and Brady, and Katie Martin and Alison. Gall led wheelchair exercises for the residents. The children entertained with playing catch balhh~d'd~ng to music. Bible Study was held Wed- nesday morning with Sarah Schlotterback as leader. Six ladies attended. The Learning Tree pre- schoolers, under the super- vision of Mrs. Herbig, came Wednesday morning to enter- tain for us. They were dressed in Indian Costumes and sang several songs. Bingo was played Thursday afternoon. Jessie Knight called out the first bingo. Bertha Ernst and Mildred Nelsen tied for first black out. Swede Peterson, Pauline detection examinations; American Cancer Society ser- vices; and cancer's warning signals. "Can stress cause cancer?" "Do you have any 'new' information on mammo- grams?" "What is recommended for diet and nutrition in cancer prevention?" "What are the treatment alternatives for breast cancer?" These are some of the most frequent questions currently asked of the ACS offices. Helpline can answer these questions and more. Helpline will not make medical recommendations which are more' properly in the domain of the responsible ~lcian, nor will it interfere . ~- i'~a~ p~y~ician/patient Together, withy physicians, Helpline can provide what millions of concerned people are looking for: information to better understand and cope with cancer. Wilsman, Hans Nelsen and Joe Kingsley were the volun- teer helpers this week. A "Thank You" to the Pine haven Prayer group for the Christmas tray favors. They are greatly appreciated. The Kansas Register is the most important publication in the state, yet few people know it exists. Secretary of State Jack H. Beier, whose office publishes the Register, says it is an invaluable source of information about the state govern- ment. The weekly publication regularly contains Division of Purchases' bid notices, the text of newly adopted administrative regulations, hearing and meeting notices of state agencies, notices of bond sales, Supreme Court- Court of Appoa]s dockets, recently introduced legislative bills, newly @ abandoned his plmm to challenge Dole for his Senate seat In Dole's ele . tien made him the highest Kausan in a congres onal leadership pest since Cluu'les tls, who was the ftmt Republ/can floor leader when the party took control of the Senate in He lat- el" was elected v/ee president of the United States under President Her- bert Hoover in 1929-33. House Speaker Mike Hayden, R- Atwood, said DOle's victory could benefit Kansas armers. "As majority leader, he'll have a lot of access to the president," Hay- den said. "That'll be critically Ira. portant next session when farm pol- icy comes up. He'll have direct ac- cess to the White House and that'll be really valuable to Kamas." Dole noted that C0q 'ess will write a comprehensive new farm bill next year and ramie it clear that he planned to play a key role in formatien of the legisktien. State Democmte also said Dole's enacted state laws, Attorney General's opinions and more. The State Legislature approved legis- lation establishing the Register as the official state newspaper in 1981. In its three years of publication, the Register has developed a loyal following. In a recent survey, subscribers described the Register as "useful," "helpful" and "informative." Subscriptions are $47.50 annually. Sub-scriptions are available by writh]g: Kansas Register, Office of the Secretary of State, Second Floor, Statehouse, Topeka, Kans. 66612. Sen. Bob Dole election would bring good to the Kansas. Democratic Rep. Jim Slattery agreed that Dole's new position would reflect well on Kansas. "I think it will be good for Kansas to have a voice in the highest levels of government," said Slattery. "Dole will do everything he can to ensure that Kansas gets its share of the pie." Rep. Bob Whittaker, also a Re- publican, said Dole's influence would expand and he would "swing an even bigger bat" for the state.