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HAYS DAILY NEWS PACK !) December 13, 1976 Possible Fraud Investigated CHICAGO (UPI) - A federal task force is investigating possible multimlllion dollar tax frauds jtemming from transactions on the Chicago Board of Trade, the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and the International Monetary Market, a JLJ.S. attorney says. .Commodity prices were not affected in the transactions under scrutiny, the board and exchange said in commenting on the disclosure, nor were the prices paid by .consumers on grains, meat, eggs, and other goods on which the boards trade in futures prices. Investigators are seeking to determine whether some trading had been aimed at the '"creation of fictitious and fraudulent trades and tran- •sactions for the purpose of avoiding tax liability," .Skinner said. •.Such trades would involve .phony account nominees, or transactions among traders late in a trading day, using .'prices posted earlier in the ..trading cycle so that fictitious .josses could be set up to avoid ; -taxes on profits. Skinner said it was impossible to determine "the magnitude of any fraud that may have occcurred." The Chicago Daily News said a federal investigator estimated' $100 million "would be close" to the possible loss. Skinner said a federal grand jury investigation has been expanded to include currency futures on the International Monetary Market. Existence of a federal grand jury investigation into possibly fraudulent tax dealings in trades'has been known for weeks, but U.S. Attorney Samuel K. Skinner Friday said it is now a "multifaceted investigation" on an "extremely large scale." "The largest task force ever assembled in this district" will be at work on the probe, Skinner said. Two of his men have been working on it for about six months, and he planned to assign two more to work full time, with operatives from the Internal Revenue Service and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission. Spokesmen for the board of trade and the mercantile exchange said they were gratified Skinner denied any reports linking organized crime with futures trading and that the violations being investigated "do not affect prices of commodities or prices paid by consumers." State Accidents Claim Six Lives , By United Press International ', Weekend traffic accidents in ' Kansas killed six persons, :\including two young women .'and an elderly man who died ..'•in separate accidents Sunday. ~ ^ Gerald J. Dally, 60, rural .Leavenworth, died 'at a ' ..Leavenworth hospital one and .,'.' ",a half hours after his car ,. collided with another car on a Ocounty road southwest of : ,,Leavenworth. The other .;. driver, Charles Cross Jr., 17, ir ., t Tonganoxie, was not hurt ..'• seriously. '..'•", The two women killed Sunday were passengers in , . cars which overturned, one on ,' .a county road near Scott City .'• .and the other near Wichita. ','",.' Veronica Gray, 17, Scott , City, was killed in an accident ,'shortly after midnight Sunday 11 miles south of her home, . town. The driver, Jill Sperry, ,18, Scott City was hospitalized /with minor injuries. ,.. , Susan Grieder, 21, Wichita, ; died in an accident near her hometown. " '.' A freight train struck a pickup truck wedged between ,the railroad tracks and a ' bridge Saturday in Junction City, killing a Killeen, Texas, man. The Geary County she•.'. riff's department said Donald '.; : JV. Jones, 47, was sitting in the * pickup while a friend went to get a wrecker to remove the truck's front tire from the '.iracks. Jones was killed when ^ Union Pacific freight train rammed into the truck. The accident occurred off a county ; road near Kansas 18. Police said high speed apparently caused a one-car crash on a Topeka city street • late Friday that killed a 25- year-old man. 1 Officers said Richard Adame, Topeka, was fatally injured When his car struck a utility pole and then slammed into a tree. A two-car collision in south central Kansas Friday night killed a Wellington man and critically injured his older brother. Officials said Melvin Korte, 20, died when the car in which he was riding collided with a pickup truck one mile east of Wellington on a Sumner County road. Korte was pronounced dead'at the scene. The victim's brother, Virgil Korte, 23, Wellington, was in critical condition Sunday at a Wichita hospital. The truck driver, Elwood Houston, 32, Oxford, was in good condition at a Wellington hospital. Newark Mayor Visits Plains NEWARK, N.J. (UPI) Mayor Kenneth A. Gibson, reportedly under consideration for a top-level post in the new administration, departs Monday for Atlanta to attend an urban policy conference with President-elect Jimmy Carter. Gibson, the president of the U.S. Conference of Mayors, will lead a delegation of 12 big- city mayors. It was not clear if Gibson will meet privately 'with Carter, but the mayor was reported to be considered a possible choice for Secretary of Housing and Urban Development. 9 Brim 10 Closing piece (music) 11 Cut 13 Country ol Europe 14 Eagle's nest 19 Young salmon 21 Latin conjunction 24 Handle 25 Contend 26 Vituperation 27 The sun 28 Large cask 30 Things, in law 32 Male sheep 33 Speedcon- " test 35 Lift 36 Manservant 45 Part ol Crossword Puzzler ACROSS 1 Turkish . regiment . 6 Macaw 8 Mountains of Europe 12 Form 15 Goal 16 Experience 17 Greek letter MB Compass point 19 Top ol head 20 Note ot scale 22 Township (abbr.) 23Vaoid 26 Essential 27 Grievous 28 Stalemate 29 Prickly envelope ot Iruit 31 Hebrew measure 32 Regret 33 Impolite 34 Meadow 36 Hurried 36 Urns 37 English streetcar 39 Countenance 40 Greek letter 42 Three-toed sloth 43 Bundle 44 Cooled lava '46 Time gone by 48 Freshet 50 Plunge '51 Talks 54 Woody plant 56 Moray 56 Exact DOWN • \ High cards ' 2 SoTitary 3 Conjunction 4 Supposing that Answer to Saturday's Puzzle HQDQB 0HQBH QQQB aaaaa aa uibiu HurjJiziu aaa BQ aaataa aaaa uui Hutm aauaH aaaia amma aiaaaa aatsm ma Hcnaa aaaaa tan mam narana aaa atiunara 38 Sun god church 39 Deadly 4 7 Number 40 Agreement 49 Prefix: 41 Russian before name 50 Click beetle 43 Foundation 52 Brother of 44 Japanese Odin aborigine 53 Pronoun 12 ia 5 Size ot type 6 Trick 7 Skill 8 Near 31 34 40 46 Jl 14 41 19 37 47 PUtr. 13 16 32 4| Unlt*( 25 43 36 53 50 Feature Syndicate, Inc. y 22 44 30 45 (First published In the Hay» Dally Newt November 29, 1978) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS Earl F. Billlnger and JoAW Billlnger, his wife, Plaintiffs, VS ' Case No. 1«,M« John Goelz, Anna Maria Goelz, John Goett, Jr., Barbara Goeti Brull, Roberl Ooelz. Hubert Goelz, Hubert Goetz Gcrlrude Goelz, Sophia Goelz Seilz, C.P Seltz. Pauline Goetz Seltz, George Seltz Herbert Brungardl, Leona Brungardl Ellzabelh Melchers, Catharine Waslnger. Raymond Wlndholz, Agedla Wlndholz, Euphroslna Graf, Euphroslne Waslnger Graf. Bernard Graf, Paulina J. Waslnger. Pauline Waslnger. Mr« Anlon Sheck. Mrs. Fldales A. Lelker Mrs. Pancreas Wlndholz, Alvln Waslnger, Sylvester Rlchmeier, John Rtchmeter, Julius Wlndholz, Sylvesler Wlndholz. Teresa Wlndholz, and Alice Wlndhorz: ihe unknown spouses of Ihe defendants; the unknown heirs, executors, administrators', devisees, Iruslees, creditors and assigns of such of Ihe defendants as may be deceased; Ihe unknown officers, successors, trustees, creditors, and assigns of such defendants as are exlsling, dissolved, or dormanl corporations; Ihe unknown execulor,s. administrators, devisees. Iruslees, creditors, successors and assigns of such defendanls as are or were parlners or in parlnership; Ihe 'unknown guardians, conservators and Iruslees of such of the defendants as are •minors or are In anywise under legal disability, and Ihe unknown heirs, executors, administrators, devisees, trustees, creditors and assigns of any persons alleged lo be deceased and made defendanls as such defendanls. Defendanls. NOTICE'OFSUIT THE STATE OF KANSAS lo Ihe defendanls above-named and designaled and all other persons who are or may be concerned: You are hereby notified that a Petition has been filed in Ihe Dislricl Courl of Ellis County, Kansas, by Earl J. Billinger and JoAnn Billlnger. his wife, as plainliffs. praying for judgmenl lhai said plainliffs are Ihe owners in fee simple of Ihe following described real estate silualed In Ellis County. Kansas, lo-wii: A ll-acl of land silualed in Ihe Southwesl Quarter (SW'j) of Section Six (8) in Township Fourteen (14) South. Range Sixleen (161 Wesl of Ihe 61 h P.M.. more fully described as follows: Beginning at a point 288.6 feel North and Two (21 feel Easl of Ihe Norlheasl corner of Lol Eight (8) in Block Two (21 JOHN GOETZ ADDITION TO HERZOG, now Ihe Cily of Victoria. Kansas. Ihence Easl al righl angles 134.6 feet, ihence Norlh al righl angles 100 feel. Ihence Wesl al righl angles 134.6 feel, ihence South, al righl angles 100 feel lo Ihe place of beginning; and praying Ihal Ihe court determine all adverse eslales or interests which are claimed in said real estate, and lhat plaintiffs'lillelherelobequieted against you, and each of you, and that you and all persons claiming by, through or under you, be forever barred and excluded from any title, estate, Interest In or Hen upon, or claim againsl said above described real estate; and you are hereby required lo plead lo said pelition on or before Ihe 10 day of January. 1977, in said court al the Courthouse in the Cily of Hays, in Ihe County of Ellis. Kansas. Should you fail therein, judgmenl and decree wilhbe entered in due course upon said, petition,, DREILING. B1EKER 4 KELLEY 111 Wesl 131 h SI reel P.O. Box 579 Hays. Kansas 67601 By Thomas L. Toepfer - Al lorney- for Plainliffs ATTEST: (Seal) W.J. Billinger Clerk of Ihe Dislricl.Courl of Ellis County. Kansas (Last Published Dec. 13,1976) Too Late To Classify DOWNTOWN PET Shop, 130 W. 9th, open till 8 p.m. Monday thru Friday. WILL DO small and large carpenter jobs. J. Obholz Construction, 625-6244. TEAC CASSETTE tape player. Like new. Call 6281779 after 5. Wedding Photography By Scott Seirer 625-7052 -/3*70 Dial 628-1081 The 1964 Civil Rights Act prohibits with certain exceptions discrimination because of sex. Since some occupations are considered more attractive to persons of one sex than the other advertisements are placed under the male or female columns for convenience of readers. Such listings are not intended to exclude persons of either sex. IF THE PAPER DOESN'T COME Weekdays Call Between 6 and 7 p.m. Sunday Call Between 8 and 10 a.m. 628-1081 —WANT AD RATES— Minimum Charge 1st Day SI.50 1 day. per word >'< 3 days; same ad per word 30« 6 days, same ad per *°rd Ht Each additional day per word 8« Deadline for Classification 3:00 p.m., day before publication. Ads received after 3:00 and until 9:30 a.m. day of publication will not be classified. Above rales apply in Hays trade territory only Obituaries and Card of Thanks—per word 7» The News, while exercising reasonable care in accepting ads, warns those answering to investigate them and be careful of any ads requiring a cash remittance. 12 Lott-Found-Strovad LOST — ladies wristwatch. Sentimental. Vicinity of Gibsons or Daylight Donut. 625-2954. Reward. HmWWW»W«*^^ ...... - assified 'CONQUERING THE " WIND is once again in stock! A perfect X-masGift! Get yours now at The Hays Daily News Oster Kitchen Center food preparation appliance powerful - heavy duty MIXER - BLENDER - FOOD GRINDER avocado • harvest gold Reg. $114.95 SALE WIESNERS Basement Deptt. sura lOth&Main Downtown Hays ROLL YOUR OWN THIS XMAS FOR $ 19.88 , 'PERSIAN LUXURY" OR, "NORTHERN LIGHTS" Two value packed 100% nylon Kitchen prints in colors you'll have to see to believe. Ideal for family room, too. Reg. $6.25 sq. yd. OLD FASHIONED PRICE $ 5 75 i/itzt um Decorating Center 113 East 13th Hays, Kansas HAYS BOOKLAND 207 West 10th 625-6254 The Father Christmas Letters by J. R. R. Tolkien Finding My Father by Rod McKuen The World Before by Ruth Montgomery Be All You Can Be OPEN THURSDAY EVENING- 'TILL 8:30 . READ Model H584W • Features Allegro Series I Amplifier with 2.5 watts min. RMS per channel from 100 Hz to 10 kHz into 8 ohms at no more than 1% total harmonic distortion. AM/FM/Stereo FM Tuner. Stereo Precision Record Changer. Shown with Zenith Alledto 1000 speaker systems. Simulated wood cabinet; grained Walnut finish. Treasure Chests Christmas Special Reg. $25.99 Now $20 Open 10-9 Daily Sunday 1-5 YOUR CRAFTS & HOBBY SUPPLY STORE SCHLEGEL'S Downtown Hays 115 West 10th The Top 10 In PAPERBACKS The Grass Is Always Greener Over The Septic Tank Blind Ambition Born To Win POETRY Love Diary Ol A Country Year •GIFT SETS •ASSORTED HARD BACKS World Of Wonder in the Mall anna) way Give a gift this Xmas for your photography enthusiast. Not only save him time but money as well. Set Includes Lloyd's bulk film loader, 100 ft. of Kodak black 8 white film, and five 35mm film cassettes all for the low price of $19.88. So roll your own for those precious Christmas pictures. Available o1 Stereo West LTD, 10th 8 Main, Hays, Ks. BAROMETER Reg. $15.77 Now $11.95 PLAINSMANS 1017 East 13th Hays Santa's Jumping For Joy All Guitar Strings 25% Off Fantastic Savings On Alvarez. Yairi Steel String Guitars. 'Your Christmas Headquarters AAlDWEST /V 'USIC 119 W. 10 Hays Hobart M. Cable fine quality pianos since the turn of the century Shown Here Console Model In Walnut] Was $1,495.00 $ 1,055°° HAYS MUSIC COMPANY, INC. 710 Main Downtown Hays 625-3418 JUSTIN'S GIFTS For The Home SPECIAL $ 350.00 REBATE on all remaining 1976 Subaru DL Coupe 5 Speeds Rupp's Toyota at Interstate Imports 1-70 & Highway 183 Hays 628-2855 or 625-7361 F I R E P L A C Now Available Complete Line Of ACCESSORIES AT )Hearth & Home Center (1501 E. 27 Hays 625-3411 Formerly Robinson Color Center How Should We,Then Live? By: Francis A. Schaefler BLUE BANNER CHRISTIAN BOOK STORE FOOTBALL WITH PUMP & TEE CHRISTMAS the ideal time to give a Gift That Will Last Forever A Diamond From Bedding Chairs Lamps Planters Clocks SPECIAL ORDERS ON FLEXSTEEL Sofas & Chairs Over 1200 Different Fabrics Bedroom Furniture Dining Room Furniture Living Room Furniture Wall Accessories Pictures "Your Interior Decorator' JUSTIN'S FURNITURE 6th & Main Hays 625-7318 TYCO ELECTRIC TRAIN NO. 7318 REG. $27.88 A SET Open Sundays 1-5 Weekdays 9-8 OTASCO 1501 Main Hays Do Your XmasShopp/ng EARLY/ Rohr. Jewelry '09 Main Hoys 625-9327 MAKE THIS THE SWEETEST CHRISTMAS EVER The electric train is H O scale with locomotive & 4 freight cars. 36" x 45" track. Power pack. PRICE EFFECTIVE NOW THRU DEC. 19th Give Russell Stover Candy Open Daily 9 to 8:30 Saturdays 9 to 5:30 Sundays 1 to 5:00 ABC Hallmark Hays 1007 Main HAYS DAILY NEWS GIFT SUBSCRIPTION (Clip and Mail To) Hays Daily News, 507 Main, Hays, Kansas 6760) I Would Like A Gift Subscription of the Hays Daily News Sent to: Name _ Address City _State_ .Zip. I have Enclosed My Check in the Amount of $ for___months/year. See table below for appropriate price. 1 year by carrier In Hays $33.00 6 months by carrier in Hays 116.50 1 year by carrier outside Hays $33.00 6 months by carrier outside Hays $16.50 1 year by mail in Kansas $21 63 6 months by mail in Kansas $14.M 1 year by mail outside Kansas $26.00 6 months by mail outside Kansas $17-50 Wt«^

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