The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on September 15, 1971 · Page 39
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 39

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Wednesday, September 15, 1971
Page 39
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Tan or brown. 18-003 or 18002. boys' new Air Flow style from Rawlings $^28 Regularly $3.98 Cycolac plastic liolmot with vlnyt padding, plasllc facs bur and ctiln strap. In a cholc* of colors. CHARGE IT AT KATZ Complete with/ stand, burner and' tray, all in polished < fiiiisa. #780 hicludes salt & pepper shakers, covered butter and sugar dishes, creamer and 2 stopixir- cd cruets. #700/720 Regularly $3.29 11-Piece Glassware Set $077 Metdl Shelving 3 99 A strong attractive storage unit that holds up to 300 lbs. per slielf. Fully rust resistant. j Juliette Pocket RadiowitliCarrying ^ ' Case Complete with batter7, earphone, arid earphone jack. High Impact cabinet in colors. 24" Buddy-L if Reg. 7.99 BARBECUE GRILL $^99 Thi.-j deluxe folding heavy Barbequo grill has an adjustable starburst grill. #2301 SAVE-NOW GREATER SAVINGS! Page 11 The Hutchinson ISewiT Wednesday, September 15,1971 Service Talk Sigle Walker, 1519 Brookwood, has been advanced to master chief machinist mate (E-9). He was one of three to be selected for promotion in this field in the N a V a 1 Reserve. For the past nme yeaj:5 Walker has been on active duty in Hutchinson as the recruiter for tlie Naval Reserve. PC 2/c Gerald K. Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald F. Brown, Pretty Prairie, is now participating in Operation UNITAS Xn aboard t h e submarine USS TrumpetfLsh. Airman Clarence E. Kocher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence F. Kocher, Burrton, has received his first U.S. Air Force duty assignment after completing basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex. The airman has been as.signed to a unit of the Tactical Air Command at Forbes AFB, Kan., for training and duty in the civil engineering mechanical and electrical field. Airman Kocher attended Burrton Higli School. Seaman App. Duane A. Bowman and Seaman App. Dennis R. Bowman, sons of Mr. and Mi-s. .lolm F. Bowman, 705 East F, have graduated from re- cniit training at the Naval Recruit Training Command, San Diego. They are graduates of Hutchinson Senior High School. PO Vc Tliomas J. Spronsc, son of Mr. and Mi-s. J a y 0. Spronsc, 1705 Wesft 4th, graduated from a fnaintenance course on the Navy's F-8 Crusader jet.- fig-hter at the Naval Air Station, Mlramar, Calif. Frank W. Ewing, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ewing, Garden City, has been promoted to ait^ man fii"st class in the U.S. Air Force. Airman Ewing, a fire proteo- t i o n specialist at McCbnnell AFB, serves with a unit of the Tactical Air Command. The airman is a 1970 graduate of Garden City Senior fflgjh School. PFC. Robert Martinez, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sea fine Marthiez, 505 Weal. B, Ls serving with the 8th hifanlry Division in Germany. Pfe. Martinez is serving as a tank crewman with Company A, 5th Battalion of Iho Wvislon's 68lh Armor near Mannheim, Germany. IHa wife, Toni, Uvea at 505 West B, Pvt. Jerry C. Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs, Samuel C. Martin. Topcka, recently completed eight weeks of basic training at the U.S. Army Training Center, Infantry, Fl, Polk. 1^. Pvt. Martin's wife, Glenda, lives at 301) West 9th. 2nd Lt. Clyde R. Woolfolk, .Ir., whose father lives In Pratt, reicently completed a 16-week helicopter pilot coua^ at tlie U.S. Army primary helicopter School, Ft. Wolters, Tex. Me will now undergo advanced flight training at the J.S. Army Aviation Sdiool, Ft. liiicker, Ala, 2nd. Lt, Stanley D. Hall, son of Mr, and Mrs, D. D. Hall, Sterliiig, recently completed the eigjit-week field artillery ballistic missile officer course at the U.S. Army Field Artillery School. Ft. Sill, Okla, Cadet .Jerry D. Bryan, son of Mr. and Mrs, Donald P. Biyaji, T*ratt, recently completed training at the Army Reserve Of- fi«>r,s' Training Corps Rangei- Camp at Ft, Bemiing. Ga, II<5 Ls a stAKlent at K a n s a .s State (Jbllege, Pittsbiu-g. IncrcjLse Of Cai*s On Texas Roadways AUS -nN, Tex, (AP) — Texas will have 7,2 million motor vehicles registered for 1971, says H. C. Pittman, executive vice president of the Texas Automobile Dealers Association, Only Oallfomia vrill exceed Texas in motor vehicle registration. St. Mary Gets Grant DODGE CITY - St. Mary of tlxe Plain College hero recently received a $11,000 grant from the W, K. Kellogg Foundation to fund a roseaiyh project into emdiwiientaJ conditions! ,and; problems in sotflhijvesfc Kansas'' , Richard V. Kodi^ ' asstotsnt /' physical sdence professsDr^ I wiU direct the project

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