Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on July 31, 1976 · Page 2
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Dole Finally Fires Shots at C-of-E Proposals By ANN COOPER Telegram's Washington - Bureau WASHINGTON — A year after he introduced legislation on the subject, Sen. Robert Dole, R-Kan., finally got to tell the Senate Public Works Committee what he thinks of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers proposals that could require federal permits for such routine farming operations as digging irrigation ditches or plowing. Not much — that's what Dole thinks of the proposals, although he phrased his feelings in. more eloquent terms in a statement prepared for the committee. Four years ago, Congress gave the Corps authority to require permits for dredging and filling activities on the nation's waterways and wetlands. The Corps originally only required permits for activity on water traditionally considered "navigable" and any water adjacent to it. FREE HEARING AID TEST AND DEMONSTRATION BOB MOORE, Sears Hearing Aid Consultant Will Be In Our Store Tuesday, August 3 9:30 a.m. till 3:00 p.m. Sears carries a complete line of hearing aids and Mr. Moore will help you choose the style of best hearing aid best gutted for your needs. II you are unable to come in please phone 899-2383 for a test in the privacy of your home. Sears guarantees satisfaction. Sears 601 North Main Garden City But last year, a federal district court ruled that Congress defined navigable waters as "the waters of the United States" — a sweeping description that could include Power Service Areas Studied TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — The chairman of the Kansas Corporation Commission said Friday that agency is feeling its way in drawing guidelines for implementing a 1976 law for assignment of exclusive electric service territories. "We've never undertaken a project quite like this, said G. T. Van Bebber. The new law is designed to end overlapping electric service territories of the three kinds of' utilities providing electric service in this state: investor-owned utilities; municipal utilities, and rural electric cooperatives. Justice Plans to Return to Bench WASHINGTON (AP) — Justice Thurgood Marshall plans to return to his office next month and be back on the bench when the U.S. Supreme Court reconvenes Oct. 4. Marshall, who is at home recovering from a heart attack, hopes to return to work in his chambers part time in the middle of August and full time in mid-September, a court spokesman said. Marshall, 68, was hospitalized July 4 after what was described as a mild heart attack. He returned home Saturday. farming operations, and a description that many congressmen are now sure they never intended to write into law. In response to the decision, the Corps came up with some new regulatory proposals to cover more waterways. "Following the court decision, opposition to the permit program arose from agricultural and forestry interests who feared an expanded program would interfere with normal daily activites near inland waters and on wetland areas, such as plowing, digging irrigation ditches, etc.," Dole said in his statement to the committee. Though the language in the law doesn't specifically cover those activities, its vagueness and the court decision make regulation of normal farming acts "a very real possibility," Dole said. Such regulation could create unnecessary delay and expense for routine farm operations, he added, since the Corps doesn't have the manpower or money to perform it. Dole, one of several congressional critics of the permit issue, introduced a bill about a year ago td severely restrict Corps permit jurisdiction to ' navigable waters currently used or subject to use for commerce, and he helped delay any new Corps regulations until Sept. 1. But while his proposal languished in committee, the House passed an amendment to reduce Corps jurisdiction to commercially navigable waters, their adjacent wetlands and coastal wetlands, leaving alone small farm and forestry operations. The Senate Public Works Committee hearings this week are the first action on the issue in that body. The committee could come up with a bill of its own, or consider the Dole measure or other proposals before it. It could also simply decide to accept the House amend- Page2 Garden City Telegram Saturday, July 31,1976 / . ment, added to a clean water bill, when House and Senate conferees meet to iron out differences in their versions of clean water legislation. The Senate has already passed its bill without any mention of the dredge and fill permit issue. Dole said he would be willing to accept the House- passed amendment, which would also allow state and local authorities to regulate dredge and fill activities on their navigable waters and adjacent wetlands. VOTE EXPERIENCE RE-ELECT DON VSETECKA V;.-i;*;i August 3rd Primary Republican For FINNEY COUNTY ATTORNEY Your Vote and Support is Appreciated |Pd. Pol. Ad-Paid for by Don Vsetecka) RATE OF KANIAS Bne*T Foul He. T (Published In The Garden City Telegram, Saturday, July 31, 1976) 1977 BUDGET FORM FQR_ JDISTRICT -District No._J- Zoning _County, Kansas NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING Public noiu* li hereby tfven. In tomplUnce wilh the proviitau of K. S. A. 1975 Supp 70-2829. Ihil Ihc jovonlnl nod» will mert on Ihe August ,„,, .. IQiOO .vi.j, ILM, .1 flamy nnmty oonrthon*. tot Hie pmpoie of hetring ohlecUora ind inraerinl queiUoni of tupiytn reUllnn lo Ihe followini budjtl ind Ibe pnpoml In lev,, ind comtaVrlni intndrcenll relillni iheirto. 0 L JarJMr Pmldcm. Dnld Bnhn«ld«T CENERAL FUND 1. Cornperuation of Dialrict Officen H- Office Supplin and Kxpenee 4. En|inw'i Salary - M f ' *" , pp MaiatMninM , Titg.il Httitntr 2. Total Expenditure* RKCKII-M: 4.- County Tretuurer'a Adjuiled Balance, January 1 . 10. Local Ad valorem Tu Reduction. ... '. ID 22. ToUl Receipt* 23. Leaa; F^pendilumlLine 13) ' Preceding Year • (Actual) 900*00 C,,,,emYe., AcllMl ind Eltlnuled) 1976 900.00 300.00 300.00 1275.69 ! £000.00 600.00 600.00 (3) I*}. Pmpaied HiKld*t Final Budiet inn iwV 900.00 w) M ; «nn.nft ' • 3600.69 BttO.OO 1 8jsn.no > 6729.21 B««.fil liBkB.38 bl21.il aq.ii2 2Vt.«to Ul>92 tM$ 11 xxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxx 1 12.200.30 - 12999. 1L •00.69 v"t%i(X> ' 8599.61 l|fli<).ll| xxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxx STORE GARDEN CITY DISCOUNT STARS & STRIPES PAPER PLATES & PAPER CUPS 9" PLATES ALCO REG. 67c SAVE 4°° ON ICE-CREAM FREEZER SAVE 41 c on decorative double strength plates. 20 in eack pkg. REG. 13.88 Four quart electric freezer Durable, rust-proof tub, wooden bucket. SAVE 21c on cold drink cups. 80 cups. Serving Our Citizens Since 1972 WRIGLEY'S GUM PLEN-T-PAK 4 PACKS $ 4 FOR § 17 sticks per package. 3 flavors to choose from. IGLOO 5 GAL. BEVERAGE COOLER Reg. 16" 13 Extra wide lid. Easy grip side handles. Seat- top. SAVE 1°° ON BLUE - ICE COOLER Reg- fl 97 5" f Keeps food cold up to 24 hours. No ice needed, just freeze lid. COMPUTATION OF COUNTY THKASl'HEH'S ADJUSTED BALANCES. JANUARY 1, l»7« (SvMnli- 1) 55. County Treasurer*! Balance, January L. 197(1 fi(l. LCM Amount Credited prior to January 1, IB7t. 57. 1875 Current T« Ceneral | Bond and .ntfrert I 0599.61 BO. County TftMum'i Adjui.ed Halance, January 1, l_97tl (Un^MJxwd COMPUTATION OK DISTRICT U\ENCUMHKHKIJ HAlj\NCE, JANUARY 1, 1976 (Schedule 2) General I Bond and lnten«t 81. DwtrictTrwaurer'a Caah Balance, M-70 . . 52. Lew: Oulatandinf Warrant*, 12-31-75 .. 63. LM: Unpaid PurehMe Order*. 12-31-76 . »4. Total Deduction! 65. Unencumbered DitUict Balance. 1-1-70 COMPUTATION OF IOTA AD VALOHKM I'KOI'KltTY TAX HKQUIKEMBNTS (StJwduIr 3) 197ii Utitricl Valualiun I—i M. 197ti TM Requirement 07. LM: 1«7fl Local Ad valorem Tu Reduction AS. Net Ad valorem Tu Requirement 00 Add % fw Uneollected TM« 70. Total 1B7C Ad valorem Tu Requirement 71. Hate of Levy^Ntillaj General i I Wind and Interest • • i ••i• jj i" •I **iH? I- ' x x x x x x x x x x'_ AD VAU)HKM TAX ACCIIl'NTS. JANUAHV I. l»e FUNDS Ccnetil Bond end tnl«e*l [ tlrt*Cn.. Til U.irJ CnnpuUliun of PemnUge of Tu Delinquency | LflM^yg ToUl 1973 Tu Levied , ipea.ii, t i AHKMH Uu4fi)Hilnl --U8M.3I.-; Uil 1 Fetcnl fotDelinquenl TUC4 • 'p.^S 1 1 A~-.U-^,.rf — frfrft — Tu Aollibk 1976 1 Ip??, 11 1 1 ' 1 UMvUnli^ ._ .nftfm SAVE 2" ON SIT - ON HAMPER Reg. O44 5" oJ Sturdy hinged cover makes comfortable seat. Pink, Blue or .White. SAVE 3°° ON 25 PC. GLASSWARE SET 188 6 SAVE 1" ON YARD BASKET 44 Heavy ribbed base with smartly whirling optic glass. 8 each 7V< oz., 10 oz. and 12 oz. glasses. One-2 oz. 1401 East Kansas Avenue Daily 9:00 to 9:00 Reg. 4» Many uses (or this plastic yard basket. Easy to lift. 2 'A bu. capacity. Sunday 12:00 to 6:00

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