The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas on December 19, 1976 · Page 3
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HAYS DAILY NEWS I'AGR :i December 19, 1978 DEATHS Gene L. Quint HILL CITY - Gene L. Quint, 50, died at his home ;Friday. He was a farmer and stockman. • Survivors include: his wife, ,'Joann, of the home; two ^daughters: Charlotte ;McCurry, Sterling, and Vera Garrison, Ellinwood; two •sons: Carl and Earl, both of •Hill City; one granddaughter, land his mother, Veva Quint, •Hill City. •'; Services will be 10 a.m. ^Monday at the Spencer .'Chapel. The Rev. Delbert L. ;Honn and the Rev. James W. ; Graves will officiate. Burial •will be in Memorial Lawn ^Cemetery. ; Friends may call at Spencer ; Chapel until the time of ser- ivice. Marian F. McBurney Services for Marian F. McBurney, Pittsburgh, Pa., will be at 10 a.m. Monday, at the Quinter Cemetery. She died Saturday. She is survived by her husband, one daughter, two sons and two brothers. Joseph E. Gaschter LIBERAL - Joseph E. Gaschler, 65, died Friday at Liberal. Born April IS, 1911, in Ellis, he was a member of the St. Anthony Catholic Church here and the Knights of Columbus. . He was a World War II veteran. He was a retired Panhandle Pipeline Company, employe and a curator of the Coronado Museum, Liberal. He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth, of the home; one son, Patrick Keener, Shawnee; two daughters, Mrs. Charts Zinn, McCracken; Mrs 1 . Leonard Schamber, Wichita; four brothers, Carl, Ness City; Clem, Brownell; Henry, Salina; John, Illinois; six sisters: Mrs. Lou Nemechek, WaKeeney; Mrs. Eddie Seibel, Ellis; Mrs. Ed Leiker, California; Mrs. Alex Rein, Oregon; Mrs. Barbara Nemechek, Oregon; Mrs. Lon Rodarmer, Colorado; nine grandchildren. Funeral will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday at St. Mary's Catholic Church, McCracken. Burial will be in the church cemetery. There will be a rosary at 7 p.m. Sunday at Janousek Funeral Home, La Crosse. Hospital Notes HADLEY Admissions 'Woneta Bice, Hays ;Cheryl Jeter, Hays Edna Tichenor, Hays •William Owens, Rush Center Howard Kornmeyer, Luray Alice Heinzman, Oberlin Dismissals 'Diane DelVecchio, Hays Bernita Schrant, Victoria Jerald Jacobs, La Crosse Andrew Bird, Quinter Alvina Keil, Russell lola Welch, Russell Harold Johnson, Grainfield Terrorist Executed •• AMMAN, Jordan (UPI)—A Palestinian terrorist, charged with participating in the • November attack against the Amman Inter-Continental • Hotel, was hanged in an .Amman prison Saturday, an official announcement said. ; The terrorist, Khairy Tewfic Omeir, was captured by • security forces who stormed • the hotel after its seizure by a . four-man terrorist group. The . other three were killed on the spot. ' Jordanian government officials said the four were members of a dissident fac- . tion of the Palestinian Al .Fatah guerrilla group based in •'Baghdad. . Minnie Radina, Lucas Jerilyn Couch, Spearville Curt Barstow, Osborne LeAnn Smith, Smith Center ST. ANTHONY Admissions Mark Vitztum, Hays Lois Denning, Hays Wilford Hrabe, Plainville Mrs. Larry Sloan, La Crosse Charles Vaughn, Grainfield . Mrs. Lorna Desair, Damar Theodore Veitengruber, Lucas Mrs. Rita Eagleburger, Agra Dismissals Lois Denning, Hays Mark Vitztum, Hays Mrs. Lorie Walker, Hays Teresa York, Hays John A. Karlin, Hays Marcellus Gross, Hays Charles Doerfler, Hays Mrs. Linda Cole, Hays Keith Bieker, Hays Mrs. Rose-Bice, Plainville Helen Dreiling, Walker Willard Henderson, Ellis Paul J. Luea, Ellis Leo Storm, Ellis Charles Vaughn, Grainfield Mrs. James Stephens and baby boy, Oakley Births Girl for Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sloan, La Crosse, December 17. Girl for Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Mongeau, Hill City, December 17. Boy for Mr. and Mrs. Arlen Yoder, Hays, December 17. Girl for Mr and Mrs. Larry Eagleburger, Agra, December 17. Girl for Mrs. Caryn Koehler, Plainville, December 17. Curtis Hutchison Curtis M. Hutchison, 86, of WaKeeney died Friday in Hays. He was born in Emporia and lived there until moving to WaKeeney after graduation from The College of Emporia. Hutchison was a past president of The Trego- WaKeeney State Bank, a member of the First United Presbyterian Church of Wa Keeney and a member of the hospital board of the Trego- Lemke Memorial Hospital. He was married to Mildred Niesley in 1920 and they raised four sons in WaKeeney. She and one son, James W. preceeded him in death. Surviving are three sons; Glen C-, Hays; David N., Denver, Colorado and Stuart M., Great Bend; a brother Paul of Abilene; fourteen grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. A memorial service will be 5 p.m. Monday at the First United Presbyterian Church in WaKeeney. A memorial has been established and may be designated for the Trego- Lemke Memorial Hospital or the First United Presbyterian Church, WaKeeney. .Frank Holsman HILL CITY — Frank Holsman, 84, died Thursday at the Graham County Hospital. He was a retired farmer and stockman. Services will be 2 p.m. Monday at the Spencer Chapel, with the Rev. Jack Eitelbuss officiating. Burial will be in Memorial Lawn Cemetery. Friends may call at Spencer's until the time of service. He is survived by three children: Alpha Mae, Arlington Heights, Virginia; Carol Marie, Hays, and Kenneth, Bogue; six grandchildren, one great- grandchild, a brother, George, Stockton, and a sister, Clara Vielguth, Phillipsburg. Pot Gets Hot Starts Blaze An unattended coffee pot overheated and ignited a kitchen fire at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Henderson, 504 Walnut, at 10:20 a.m. Saturday. Authorities said the fire spread to the cabinets and started up the'kitchen walls, causing severe damage. Smoke damage was apparent throughout the house although the fire was confined to the kitchen. Hays firemen had the blaze under control at 10:30 a.m. No injuries were reported. OPEN SUNDAY Iio5 Entire Stock Off Ladies' Winter Coals 25°/< Sebelius To Tackle OSHA On Agricultural Regulations By JIM COOK Of The News Staff Bouyed by the success of Rep. Joe Skubitz in a running battle with the Occupational Safety and ^Health Administration, First District Rep. Keith Sebelius plans to work closely with his Kansas Collegue when the legislature convenes in January. The Kansas lawmakers had limited success last year in exempting Kansas farmers from rules and regulations of OSHA, but Sebelius hopes for still more reforms, according to his administraive assistant, Pat Roberts. Roberts told the Dally News this weekend that Sebelius plans "to check with Skubitz about the language for some OSHA reform legislation" calling for on-site inspections and warnings before penalties 200 Inmates Get Holiday OKLAHOMA CITY (UPI) — More than 200 inmates will be spend Christmas at home under Gov. David Boren's early release plan announced Friday. It has been traditional for several years to issue Christmas commutations for inmates nearing the ends of their terms. Boren said he and his legal staff approved releases of 207 persons from a list of 222. are assessed by OSHA. Sebelius backed a bill sponsored by Skubitz last year which exempted farmers who employ 10 or fewer persons from OSHA's watchful eye. In Sebelius' district, only a few southwest Kansas farmers who employ migrant workers at harvest now fall under OSHA guidelines. Skubitz's bill was tacked on to the Health, Education and Welfare appropriations bill last year and expires in October, 1977 when the HEW bills expires. Roberts said Sebelius wants "comprehensive reform of OSHA, with the application and administration of its regulations made very flexible." OSHA should concentrate on "target industries, or down at the ports where they handle lots of chemicals," Roberts said, rather than "mom and pop on the farm." Sebelius is not opposed to the idea of safety on the farm or in business, Roberts^ said. "Only the way 'these regulations are enforced needs to be reworked," he said. "Filling out forms isn't helping farmers stop accidents." For example, Roberts said, Sebelius favors rules to require on-site inspections and consultation before any penalties are assessed. "People should have time to meet the requirements," Roberts said. "It's impossible for them to know all the rules — OSHA's written regulations, stacked up, are eight feet high." "With the new administration and with Congress even more oriented to urban and labor interests, in will be interesting to see if we get support on this," Roberts said. "I think labor, and I mean big labor unions in the east, will be ready for this, and fight it," he said. Jeff Spahn, acting area director for OSHA in Wichita, said there has been "very little inspection activity" in northwest Kansas because of the Skubitz bill, but "we still have farm accidents and deaths." "Statistically, farming and agriculture occupations have the third highest injury frequency of .any major Industrial occupations," Spahn said. Spahn defended OSHA's role in farm safety. He noted that guards for power take-off units "have been available for 50 years, but weren't used until the regulations went into effect." Spahn said the only inspections regional have been along the Kansas-Colorado border, and those dealt primarily with housing standards for migrant workers. He said it would be "highly doubtful" that OSHA would make any inspections of farms in the Hays area unless asked specifically to do so. Virtually all farm employes in that area work for employers with less than 11 employes," he said. Asked what ho would predict in the way of OSHA farm regulations when the Skubitz bill runs out in October, Spahn said, "Quito frankly, I have no idea." r j SANTA'S AND j PHOTOGRAPHER'S 1 11a.m. -8p.m. (Excopt 2:30-3:30) SUNDAY 1 p.m. - 6 p.m., josnm»Ha 2900 North Vine Hays, Kansas I I U nmnlnmnHinnr PHASE II PIT CO. OF OUR •HOB FIT GO. RELOCATION SALE!! Starts Monday, December 20th MEN'S SHOES Our Entire Stock Of Shoes And Boots Will Be Included For This Sale 2000 PAIR! Make Your Selection From These Quality Brands TINGLEY RUBBER TOTES (4 Styles) Vi PRICE >E. T. WRIGHT Arch Preservers FREEMAN Dress Shoes DEXTER Casuals DUNHAM Hiking Boots REDWING Work Shoes & Boots WATCH FOR PHASE III CHILDREN'S SHOES SHOE PIT CO. In The Village Shop

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