The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas on December 12, 1976 · Page 19
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December 12, 1976 !'A(}K 20 HAYS DAILY NEWS Utah Killer's Fate May Be Decided Monday SALT LAKE CITY (UPD- Condemned killer Gary Gilmore, waiting on Utah's death row for a date with a firing squad, may find out Monday whether the U.S. Supreme Court will let Utah execute him. The Supreme Court is considering an appeal filed by Gilmore's mother asking for a review of Utah's death penalty statutes. Both Gilmore and the Utah state attorney general argued the court should set aside her appeal, saying she has no standing in the case. At the request of the mother, the court last week stayed Gilmore's scheduled Dec. 6 execution temporarily. Gil- more's case was on the agenda Friday of the justices' final conference before the holidays. A decision could come Monday, the day of the week the justices normally announce rulings. Meanwhile Gilmore continued a 22-day-old hunger strike protesting the refusal of doctors to let him talk to his fiancee, Nicole Barrett, who has been committed to a slate mental hospital. The condemned man sent an open letter to his mother earlier in the week, asking her to drop the appeal and let him die. He told her, "I wish to be dead. We all die...Sometimes it's right and proper." Ron Stanger, the attorney for the condemned slayer, also hopes to place a telephone call to Gilmore's mother this weekend. When the court stopped the execution, Stanger approached Utah's Fourth District Court, seeking Gilmore's release from prison on grounds the state had not carried out his death sentence within a 60-day limit required by Utah law. The 60 days were up last Monday, the day he had been scheduled to face the firing squad. Stanger said Gilmore had not changed his mind about accepting the death penalty. GIBSON'S DISCOUNT CENTER OUR ENURE STOCK C.B. 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BIG DOUBLE PACK WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES PURCHASED. 600 SOUTH MAIN DOWNTOWN HAYS WEEKDAYS 9 TIT 9 SUNDAY 1 TO 6 Deadly Cargo Canisters containing deadly dioxin chemical which was used to defoliate Vietnam, waited on tarmac at Portland, • Oregon, airbase Wednesday, to be loaded onto Air Force C-141 (rear) to trip to Johnson Island in Pacific. The deadly chemical will be stored there along with other chemical weapons under rigid military security. (DPI Photo) , Authorities Investigate Release Of Deadly Gas • •;• - ' •• ~.\ i'.- .-•''','•" '• f BATON ROUGE, La. (UPD — Three teams of investigators worked at an Allied Chemical Co. plant Saturday, attempting to find the cause of an explosion which released 125 tons of deadly chlorine gas, temporarily displacing 10,000 persons. .The gas dissipated during the night, permitting residents who were evacuated to return home. There were no reports of major injuries, although f Hospital Notes J HADLEY Admissions Betty Crisp, Hays Cheryl Jeter, Hays Wilfred Klaus, Hays Gina Engel, Hays Barbara Grecian, Bogue Tom DeBey, Kirwin Dismissals Edna Werth, Hays Bradley Honas, Ellis William Simpson, Russell Charles Zellmer, Almena Agnes Eickhoff, Natoma Maggie Murphy, Norton Mildred Dixon, Agra Roy Cloney, Oakley Births Boy for Mr. and Mrs. David Couch, Spearville, Dec. 10. Boy for Mr. and Mrs. Kendal Grecian, Bogue, Dec. 10. ST. ANTHONY Admissions > Lawrence Brown, Hays Mrs. Vitus Brungardt, Hays Mrs. Jim Clark, Hays Michael Rand, Leadville, Colorado Dale Edwards, Ellis Mrs. Margaret Braun, Victoria Jerod'Steckel, Russell Helen Dreiling, Walker Dismissals Lynette Herrman, Hays Neal Rupp, Hays Jerome Montgomery, Hays Carla Dotson, Hays Mrs. Lawrence Weilert Sr., Hays Lorene Otto, Hays Kelly Ritterhouse, Hays Mrs. Alan Windier and baby boy, Hays Mrs. Thomas O'Neil and baby boy, Hays' Lyn Reynolds, Oberlin Andy Wahlborg, Hill City Mrs. Mildred Cathlett, McCook, Nebraska Mrs. Eldon Pfeifer, Ellis Paul Unrein, Schoenchen Birth Boy for Mr. and Mrs. Jim D. Clark, Hays, December 10. several Allied employes were briefly overcome at the plant. The explosion, described by plant employes as "a muffled thud," caused a split about two-feet long and an inch wide in a 120-foot tall tank containing about 160 tons of chlorine. Gas continued seeping from the leak Saturday while newsmen toured the area, but company spokesman John Flint said the gap was vir- tually sealed. Minor repa rs began on the tank. Dr. Paul West, a chemistry professor at Louisiana State University and an expert ;«n industrial chemicals, said there would be "no long range problem from chlorine on the environment" as a result,'of the leak. .;• State officials credited^ a steady south wind with pushing the .green cloud oyer swamp-land and away fr'Om populated areas. .; DEATHS Charles W. Cline AGRA — Charles W. Cline, 74, died Saturday at the Smith Center Hospital. He was born November 9, 1902. He is survived by two sons, John, Denver; William, Wichita; two daughters, Mrs. Michael Brown, Topeka; Mrs. Vera Grace Mills, Orlando, Florida; three brothers, Morris, Middletown, Calif.; Herman,Ozark,Mo.; Clifford, Fort Dodge; four sisters, Mrs. J.O. Bice, Codell; Mrs. Myrtle Loreg, Plainville; Mrs. Eve Loreg, Plainville; Esther, Centerview, Mo.; one grandchild, one great grandchild. Funeral will be at 2 p.m. Monday at Mosher's Funeral Home, Plainville. Burial will be in Center Cemetery, Codell. Friends may call until time of service at Mosher's. Robert Rawson HILL CITY — Robert Lewis Rawson, 90, Morland, died Friday at the Graham County Hospital in Hill City. Surviving are: his wife, Myrtle, of the home; three daughters: Mrs. Quentin Irene Smart, Prineville, Oregon; Mrs. Darrel Polly Galloway, Portland, Oregon; Mrs. Jim Mary Meiries, Newberg, Oregon; two sons: Al Rawson, Portland, Oregon; Bob Rawson, Santa Maria, California; five grandchildren; six great- grandchildren. Funeral will be at 2 p.m. Monday at the Morland United Methodist Church with Rev. Delbert L. Honn and Rev. James W. Graves officiating. Burial will be in the Studley Cemetery at Studley. Friends may call at Spencer Chapel in Hill City from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m. Sunday. Memorials to Morland United Methodist Church. Agnes Rawson ; TEXHOMA, Texas — Mrs. Agnes Arlene Rawson, 66, dfed Friday in Texhoma. I Surviving are: her husbaQd, Ivan, of the home; one son, Timothy Waggoner, Morland; two daughters: Mrs. Robert Greta Paxson, Penokee; Mrs. Marvin Anita Middletdn, Lenora; one stepson, Stanjey Rawson, Texhomj, Oklahoma; one stepdaughter, Mrs. Duane Charleie Anderson, Kinsley. ^ Mrs. Rawson is also sflr- vivedby three brothers: Earl Hildebrand, Hill City; Harry Hildebrand, Penokee; Burt Hildebrand, Lenora; two sisters: Mrs. Mar.ie Waggoner, Morland; Mrs. Berdena Legere, Hays; <12 grandchildren; two great- grandchildren; eight step- grandchildren; three step great-grandchildren. Funeral will be at 10 aim. Monday at the Morland United Methodist Church. Rev. Allen Musbach and Rev. James W. Graves will officiate. Burial will be in the Morland Cemetery. Friends may call at Spencer Chapel in Hill City from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m. Sunday. Woman Dislikes Being Jilted LOS ANGELES (UPD — Ruth Marina was charged Wednesday with assault with a deadly weapon for shooting a former boyfriend who allegedly followed her oi£a date with a new boyfriend^Police said Miss Marina aid Charles Jones were on a dgjte when she sighted Albert Bvrd following them in his car. She allegedly fired five shots -fit him, wounding Byrd in fte shoulder and leg. 1

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