The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on September 15, 1971 · Page 25
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Gromyko To Sign Agreement WASHINGTON - Secretary of State William P. Rogers and Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei A. Gromyko are to sign later this month — probably on Sept, 30 — parallel agreements for the joint handling of nuclear accidents. The accords were negotiated at the strategic arms limitation talks in Helsinki, Both Rogers and Gromyko are to attend the session of the United Nations General Assem bly opening in New York next Tuesday, but American officia said that the agreements would be signed away from the United Nations because they are bi lateral accords between the United States and the Sovie Union. Knocks Nudity LONDON (AP) ~ Actress Marlene Dietrich says nudity has no place in the theater. "If you can't do it withou being nude you ought not to do it at all," Miss Dietrich told newsmen Sunday as she arrived for a charity performance at London's Drury Lane Theater, Marlene Dietrich The 67-year-old actress also said actress Elizabeth Taylor, whose son recently became a father, is welcome to the title .'.of the world's most glamorous granAnother, "It's her crown now. I have had it. She can wear it for a while," Miss Dietrich said. Ailment Mystery WASHINGTON (AP) - Bethesda Naval Hospital officials and spokesmen for Supreme Court Justice Hugo L. Black's office refuse to issue any information about his condition or the reason he is under medical care. Sued for Divorce HOLLYWOOD (AP) - Actor Ernest Borgnine, who won an Oscar for the fihn "Marty" and later starred in the "McHale's Navy" television series, has been sued for divoroe by his fourth wife. Mrs. Karen S. Whited, Driver of Car Which Struck Hutchinson Girl, Is Comforted at the Scene Tuesday (News Photo by Jim Morris) Girl Killed By Car ff An eight-year-old Hutchin.son girl was struck and killed by a car Tuesday as she was walking to school in "the 2300 block of Apple Lane. Michelle (Shellie) Kay Burgan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Gilbert Burgan, 2804 East 21st, was pronounced dead on arrival at South Hospital shortly after 8 a.m. The car driver, Mrs. Karen S. Whited, 35, RFD 4, was traveling north, taking two of her children, Keni, 14, and Dana, 16, to nearby Central Christian High SchooL Ernest Borgnine Donna Anna Borgnine, 38, asked Superior Court Monday for division of community property and support of their children, Cristofer, 5 and Sharon 6. The Borgnines married in 1965. No Promotion Please WASHINGTON - Amid reports that the administration is displeased with the toughened regulatory posture of the Federal Trade Commission, FTC Commissioner Miles W. Kil- Patrick announced Monday that he is not interested in promotion to either a federal judgeship or an ambassadorship. Michelle, whose family moved to Hutchinson from Moundridge four years ago, was walking to Union Valley School where she was a third grader. Sheriff's deputy Marlin Davis quoted Mrs. Whited as saying she saw Michelle along the right side of the road "half running, half skipping." The driver slowed and swung to the left, but the girl, without warning, "turned and ran straight west right in front of the car,'' Davis said. Tlie right front fender struck her. Harold Hahn Kanza Names Executive Harold D. Halm, formerly of Greeley, Colo., becomes the new scout executive for the Kanza Council of Boy Scouts on Wednesday. He succeeds Wallace McGill who resigned here to become the scout executive in Sioux City, Iowa. Hahn's 14 year professional career in the Boy Scouts has been in the Longs Peak Council, headquartered in Greeley. He was program director and assistant scout executive there. He has directed camping programs and council shows. Hahn will head the five-man professional staff of the Kanza Council which represents 5,600 boys registered in the 215 scouting units in 11 countries. A ntl'Dlscrimination Law Claims City 'Drags Feet' Take Boy From Roof Of Church A 17-year-old boy who apparently was tryhig to run away from home was taken from the roof of St. Teresa's church by firemen Monday night. Police were telephoned shortly before 8 p.m. by a priest at the churi^h who told them the boy had climbed to the church bell tower by way of steps inside the building. He was carrying a bundle of belongings. Firemen were summoned when the boy climbed outside to the church roof. Fire Marshal Dick McLeskey said the police also had a report the boy was carrying candles and might attempt to set the chwch on fire. No candles were found in the boy's possession, however, McLeskey said firemen found the boy lying on the roof as if he wei'e unconscious. "But he quickly came to when we started talking about lowering him on a stretcher," he said. Police took the boy into custody and released him to his parents. Miller^s Ruling Freeze Hits Most School Employes According to an opinion from the office of Atty. Gen. Vern Miller late Monday, teachers must have been on the job before the Aug. 15 wage-price freeze to receive wages under new higher contracts for this year. If the requirement of actually being on the job prior to Aug. 15 stands up, most of the 420 teachers in the Hutchinson system would receive checks at la.st year's pay schedule. According to Earl Pearce, business manager, atwut 80 per cent of the school district em­ ployes would be affected. These Include many building secretaries, as well as teachers, curriculum supervisors and remedial rcaduig and speech clinicians. On the other hand most administrators, including Pearce and Supt. Harland L. R. Paschal, began contract periods in July or August, under which they had worked, and thus would not be affected by the freeze. LOOK 199" Pearce's contract period begins July 1. The contract period of Paschal and other top administrators begins Aug. 1 and of all building principals, Aug. 9. Full-time secretaries also begin the contract period July 1. They would have been under the new salary schedule and on the job at the time of the freeze. Most scliool building secretaries began work Aug, 16 and 17, just after the freeze was ordered. Hutchinson classroom teachers, whose payroll amounts to $3,092,000 in the current budget. were to have shared a $168,000 raise this year. Administrative raises, which apparently missed the freeze amounted to $18,764. Raises for custodians, which went into effect during the summer, came to $12,500 and for maintenance personnel $5,130. Teachers given new, additional assignments this year will be paid for the extra work, regardless of the freeze, Pearce said. The Hutchinson school board discussing the freeze at a meeting Monday night, said September pay checks, which must be issued soon, may be sent out at the old pay scale. At What You Get For Only •»•• (> / •4, ' Miles Kilpatrick The Philadelphia lawyer be- a seven-year term In the ppst in August of"l970 and can- notj be fired. [ 'His vigorous eo- ' forcement,' particularly ajEJairist ' allegedly deceptive advertising, has drawn praise from consumer advocates, includmg Ralp 'h Nader. A black leader Tuesday accused city officials of dragging their feet on a proposed anti- discrimuiation ordinance and suggested their commitment to such an ordinance was "part time." Darrell Pope, president of the NAACP, lold the commission discrimination was still evident in Hutchinson. "We suggested an ordinance that would give the city the power to prosecute jwople who discriminale,'' Pope told the commission. "Maybe this (the power of prosecition) is why there has been nothing done," Pope continued. Mayor David Mackey took exception to Pope's statement, noting a request for an attorney general's opinion on the proposed ordinance was made by blacks. "I tried to do something that would have had an ordinance in effect a month ago," the Mayor said, as be again defended his actions on submitting a revised version of the ordinance. But Pope told Mackey, "While discrimination might be a part-time thing with you, soniething you worry about once a week—if you won-y about it at all—it's an everyday thing for minorities." "I'm willing to pAss an Ordinance this week, but I can't get anybody to go along with me," countered Mackey. That comment brought an immediate reaction from Commissioner Dallas Crable, who again told Mackey be should have worked with oilier com missioners in developing his revised version of the ordinance. Mackey and Crable then explained that (he original ordinance, a.s written by a committee appointed by Mackey, was being studied by the attorney general's staff to determine its legality. Pope suggested the city commission should communicate directly with the attorney general in an attempt to hurry a decision. Commissioner Jim Martinez agreed, saying "Tliey (the attorney general's staff) don't think this is important—it is important to us." The commission then asked City Attorney John Robuison to check with the attorney general's office on the status of the opinion. Thus far Robinson has had no luck getting information from tile state office, Robinson and Commissioner Ken Kcust both suggested Pope and other black leaders should also write the attorney general. "I think a letter from you would have more effect," Keast said. Pope assured hhn such letters would be written. TWCWPEED PERMANENT-PRESS SOAK-CYCLE WASHER MODEL WLW2400 • Two speeds—normal aodi^ gentle agitation and spin • Automatic soak cycle • Permanent-press settings on control panel • Deluxe styling usually found only in higher-priced models. • Three water-temperature selections • Two water-level selections • Fountain-Fjllcr® lint removal • Tempering water cool- down • Three soil-removal cycles Wh.ll K:in\,l, linilds BlhlliS K;ins^S liuy fion.lyi'u rihvCi ly Tn,' 0„rlt in K^ln>„, , PARROTT HODNETT 29 WEST SHEnWtAN ST BH^feaffS^^^ TlllPMONr MO T 11H t ETT icecream< ^1 SEPT 15 thru SEPT 26 BANANA SPLIT Whole banana, 3 Big scoops ice cream, delicious toppings, vvhipped cream, nuts, and a cherry Big 16 oz. Thick-Rich MALTS OR 34C SHAKES CHOCOLATE NUT ^ SUNDAE 340 ALL FLAVORS 690 ICE CREAM Your Choice of Fl Half Gals. avors FREEZER PAK ^ourChoice of Flavors ^ Ice Cream Half Gallons J 2 - 69 DOUBLE DIP CONE 250 FRUIT DRINKS 590 Gallon Orange or Grope Ice Milk.Bars Popsicles RA Fudgsicles M EACH 24 oz. ctn, 490 COTTAGE CHEESE """Tn •TU lc« Cr«am P«oplt" 500 NOFth Moill TAKE ENOUGH MILK HO^E ) FOR THE WEEK END Hutchinson News Wednesday, Sept. 15, 1971 Page 28 Three Saved ATTICA, N.Y. (AP) - Acts of mercy spared at least three hostages during the violence MMiday at Attica Prison. "The man behind me was an inmate I had known for some time," said guard Richard Fargo, who was a hostage for 98 hours. He was recalling the moment Monday morning when leaders of the rebelling prisoners ordered the slaying of hostages before state troopers, prison guards and sheriff's deputies closed in. "He whispered In my ear that I would not be hurt. He was supposed to stick a knife between my ribs. He stuck the knife just to prick the skin and said, 'Now don't tell them I didn't kill you.' Then he threw me backwards and covered my body with his," said Fargo. It was the prisoner's last act. "When it was over," said Fargo, "he was dead." The e.xecutioner assigned to guard Elmer Huehn told him: "I don't have the heart to do it, I'm only going to prick you." The executioner drew blood and then fell on top of him to hide him from other convicts. "This wonderful Puerto Rican saved my life," said Huehn, but he mourned other hostages who were killed-.. Philip Watkins, another guard who was a hostage had a similar experience. SAVE DURING nmmmmmi 10 BIG DAYS •- ENDS SAT. the 25th I Our only pre-inventory sale of year. SAVE BIG on overstocked, misordered, mismeasured, dam- I aged & obsolete items. Early shoppers will have the I best selection. • 2 Exterior 3' with glass • 12 Interior All wood species— many Louvered— some Bi- Folds Sample 1—3'x6'-8" Birch Bifold $0795 reg. 34.54 DOORS Savings OR MORE WINDOWS Most are good window sizes that were misordered on jobs. Andersen Casements Andersen Double Hungs '\ Rock Island Donble Hungs I Barn Sash—30"x40" 9 Lite OFF Minimum— or more Aluminum Storm Windows $395 Mostly misfits from sales tills year. Most are popular sizes. Bring your measurements & SAVE BIG. Reg. 14.95 each PLASTIC PIPE 38 pes. 3"xl0' Pipe Reg. 9.00 *225 75 OFF Entire Stock of 3", IW, W & V2" Fittings LAWN • B&D Elec. Reel Reg. $130 * ' " IVaWWISK^ • Scotts Push Rota- y $60 ^' PANELING 195 We're discontinuing some of 0 u r currMt lines & have reduced the prices CD these to the lowest prices ever offered. Large Selection of Masonite & Georgia Pacific Brands. 25 0 Off Minimum Up to 40% Savings KITCHEN CABINETS —Long Bell 40 OFF ROPER GAS RANGE $ -1970 Model 149 00 HARDWARE We're discontinuing many standard hardware items. • Bolts, Screws & Nails • Tools • Latches • Hinges • 2-2" Gate Valves •4" Vise • Sliding Door Track VANITIES & Medicine Cab. 50 OFF Miscellaneous Many Items Too Numerous to Mentioii AT BIG SAVINGS! Metal Posts 75^ OFF -PLUS MUCH MORE— ¥2x8 Cedar jr ^ Siding O'^LlB.I 6' Poultry Net #0 off! 662-2379 Sat. 8 to 4 6 BLOCKS EAST OF POST OFFICE

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