The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on September 14, 1971 · Page 19
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 19

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Tuesday, September 14, 1971
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CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS l.Flog 23. Golf club 5. Declare 25. Girl's nickname 10. FalseUo 27. Threaten 11. Ricochets 28. Bounty 13.Weighgold 32. Pepper plant 14. Excused 33. Purchase 15. Mallet: Scot 34.Anent 16. Black cuckoo 35. Servile SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZIE 17. Stalemate 37. Dawdles 18. Overture 38. Bars ot metal DOWH 20. Irk 39. Youthful years 21.Choler 40. Nervous 1. Also-ran 22. Prepared 41. Movie canine 2. Corridor Dsa rang gaga QnaanQa anna •as QnsQB una naa aaan aaaaa aaa^^^ 1 I 3 H 5 a 7 B 9 lO II 13 '4 IS 16 % «7 16 20 % d 21 /£/ 23 y 27 31 32 33 //} 35 % 38 f yj 39 ^o % ^1 3. Onion 4. Exclamation of surprise 5. Quarrel 6. Hired car 7. Land measure 8. Jungle drum 9. Kingdom 10. Improvise 12, Courser 16. Fruit juice 19. Coffee maker 20. Platitudes 22. Malt brew 23. Pundit 24. Guardian 25. Source of vitamin C 26. Saute 28. Heartbeat 29.Cove 30. Madder genus 31. Army meal 33. Rackets 36, Charged particle 37, Eskimo United Fund Chairmen (This Is the third in a series ot articles introducing the six division chairman of the Reno County United Fund Drive,— Ed.) The Hutchinson Residential Drive of the 1971-72 United Fund Campaign will be under the chairmanship of Mrs. Nancy Shears. The residential drive consists of 1 n d i V i d u- als who are not contacted at their place of employment. There are 750 contacts to be made in this division, involving 75 soli c- itors. The agen- c i e s receiving United Fund money are responsible for making these contacts. Mrs. Shears graduated from Hutchinson High and the University of Kansas. She is a member of the Morgan School Television Tonight mr. Swiss "Home of the Mountainburger" Special Combination Hamburger and French Fries and 15c Drink Reg. 65c only.... 49 Cheeseburger 5c Extra specie! good Mon. thru FrI. 410 East 4th TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 t:30—Glen Campbell, 6, 7, M You're On, 8 The Priest Killer, 2, 3, 11 ma Squad, 10/ ia 7:00—Firing Line, 8 7:30—Hawaii Flve-0, (, 7, 12 Movie ot the Wesic, 10, M "The Forgollen Man" 8:00—Thirty Minutes With, t 8:30—Artists In America, 8 TBA, 7 Cannon, t, 12 Thet Funny Side, 2, 3, 11 »:00—Marcus Welljy, 7, 10, 13 World Press, 8 9:30—conversations, 12 TBA, 6 The Golddiggers, 2, 3, 11 10:00—KSN News, I, 3, 11 scent Tonight, 10, 13 Camera Three, 8 Nightcap Edition, «, 7, 11 10:30—Merv Griffin, «, 7, 12 Tonight Show, 2, 3, 11 Youre' On, 8 Dick Cavett, 10, 13 I2i00—Movie, 12 — "The Glenn Miller Story" the small society by Brick man keting and planning at the Hutchinson National Bank and Trust Company. She holds membership in the National Association of Banking Women. She is the daughter of Mrs. Albert Teed, 119 Downing. Mrs. Shears, her son Tom, 12; and daughter Ann, 9; live at 3205 North Monroe. Special Delivery BALTIMORE (AP) - Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. has found a way to move the mail quicker without licking a single stamp. The firm hired college stu- Nancy Shears PTA, and serves on the vestry at the Grace Episcopal Church. In the past, Mrs. Shears has served on the YMCA Membership Drive. Mrs. Shears is the special representative in mar- Docking Asks Auto Insurance Reform ® Building or Remodeling I j Call I ) ED WEIGEL I ) 3304 No. Elm I I Hutchinson, Ks. 663-98041 I \\B Page 5 The Hutchinson News Tuesday, September 14,1971 Increasing Variety DUNDEE, Scotland (AP) To increase the variety of birds in Dundee, the parks department is breeding gold and silver pheasants, partridges and other birds, and releasing them in the parks. The birds roam all over the city, where the rule is "Don't interfere with them or try to catch them." dents this summer to hand deliver 30,000 utility billn daily to beat the cost of postage. Tomorrow Noon at HICKORY GABLES 822 West 4th Beef Stroganoff Special 97* 35 ALLEN'S CAFE SPECIAL! Serving Daily A, EVENING $ DINNER .. As Low as Including! The Finest Quality Vegetables, Fresh (not Instant) Potatoes, Crtsp Fresh Salads, Our Own Home Mad* Dinner Rolls Plus Ice Tea or Coflee. SERVING PROM 3 P.M. TO 8 P.M. — OPEN DAILY 6 A.M. to 1 P.M. Cloiad Sunday ALLEN'S CAFE 507 N. Main 662-8661 South Hutch BLACK OAK ARKANSAS STEREO ^,8 IN STOCK NOW PARROTT-HODNETT 39 W. SHERMAN TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - Gov. Robert Docking urged today that the Kansas Legislature move to enact automobile insurance reform in Kansas before the federal government dictates changes to the state. In a letter to Insurance Commissioner Fletcher Bell which his office made public, the governor said, however, that so- called no-fault insurance is not necessarily the answer. "In considering no-fault insurance proposals and changes in the Kansas insui-ance system," Docking wrote, "the Legislature should guard against enacting legislation which would forfeit to the federal government direct control or regulation of the insurance industry by the state, "Although the Legislature should not ignore federal requirements, at the same time, the legislature should adopt proposals which will improve the insurance system based on the needs of Kansans. Legislation which is best for the citizens of Massachusetts may not be best for Kansans. TUESDAY WHERE THE GOOD TIMES ARE KTVHI "I hope any improvements In the Kansas insurance system will include reductions in premiums.' Recipe for ^ Enjoyment v. Every Wednesday Special RIBEYE STEAK DINNER with * Baked Potato or French Fries * Green Salad (Choice of Dressing) * Big Slab of Texas Toast 2612 N. Main Hutchinson MO 3-38;2 nta W. Pawnee, Wichita 01* Parry Tiead Wranglar 7 KNIGHTS PRE-FAIR WEEK SPECIAL Our $119 Noon Buffet isaDvou caneacand eat 11:30 A.M. till:30 Monday through Frida; A delicious selection' of pizza, crispy, fresh salad and your choice of coffee or tea. All you can eat for just a $1.19, 604 E. 30th Ph. 662-0571 The Corner Restaurant Second & Walnut MO 3-6321 Dining Room Now Open for Noon and Evening BUFFET Weekdays and Saturdays-. 11-1:30 and 5:30-8:30 Sundays: 11:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Watch For Our Grand Opening THE GLEN CAMPBELL GOOD- TIIWE HOUR NEW TIME, 6:30 P.M. THE BALLADEER FROM DELIGHT, ARKANSAS. DELIGHTFUL AS EVER. WITH BIG-NAME GUESTS. HAWAII FIVE 0 NEW TIME, 7:30 P.M. ACTION THAT'S FAST'N' FURIOUS. WHEN JACK LORD TRACKS CRIME ON THE ISLANDS, CANNON NEW SHOW, 8:30 P.M. BIGGER THAN LIFE. THAT'S WILLIAM CONRAD AS PRIVATE EYE CANNON. BIG EXCITEMENT EVERY WEEK. Conversations 9:30 P.M. An Interview With Dr. Walter L. Menninger, Topeka, Conducted By Gary Thompson. 10 O'CLOCK NEWS DAILY 10 P.iVI. OLLIE THOMPSON IS ANCHORMAN FOR CENTRAL KANSAS' LEADING NEWSCAST NATIONAL GENERAL THEATRES The News. 6:00 and 10:00 PM IFe let the Sun shine in. j STARTS TOMORROW 4 Days Only! OMAR SHARIF JACK PALANCE "HORSEMEN" AT 7:10 - 9:10 —CP- THERE HAS NEVER BEEN A WESTERN LIKE "DOC". 'DOC 'i FAYE DUNAWAY STACY REACH (R) HARRIS YULIN Plus: Virus of Doom Envelops Earth! "NO BLADE OF GRASS" (R) "DOC" "GRASS" 8:15 Only ^^^^MB^x 6:30.9:50 Loddnglbr excitement Tlie Mod Squad New Season! Michael Cole, Clarence Williams III and Peggy Lipton track a new breed of killer. AWDfld Premiere The ForgalenMan Missing in action and declared dead, Joe Hardy returns to find his wife remarried and his child adopted. Plud his life really ended in Vietnam? Starring Dennis Weaver and Anne Francis ABCMcvieaihzWzek 7:30 Maicus Wzlby(M.D New Season! Wedding plans become a nightmare for a young widow who feels she is no longer desirable. Robert Young stars with guests Diana Muldaur and Pernell Roberts. 9:00 6:30 IRONSIDE/SARGE This season "Ironside" makes his move—to a new night. In tonight's two-hour movie special, Raymond Burr teams up with Oscar-winning George Kennedy (who plays the detective- turned-priest called 'Sarge") to track down a killer. 8:30 THE FUNNY SIDE A new kind of laugh- filled hour, with five boy-girl duos and Gene Kelly. It's Ibesday night's only comedy series. Ihis is the place lobe •bnigMio/13 9:30 PH GOLDDIGGERS

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