The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 1, 1971 · Page 14
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Lowftt Picks Bears to Win By BRUCE LOWITT NEW YORK (AP) _ Can there really be Monsters? Do the Saints have more than a prayer? Berry of the Falcons may be the top passer in the NFC but he hasn't run into a solid defense—until now. And their defense will be hard pressed to slow down the Lions' running Come to think of it, does this | game, prognosticator really more than a prayer? The answer is a resounding maybe as he goes out on a limb once again, forecasting upset victories by Chicago over Los Angeles and New Orleans over Houston in this weekend's slate of National Football League action. Getting Brave That rash decision is the result of an 8-4-1 record in last week's picks including Cleveland's surprise squeaker over Baltimore—which reversed his opening-game devastation and evened the two-week selection record at. 12-12-2. Chicago's Bears haven't ex actly been clawing up the league like the Monsters of the Midway of years past—but they have displayed a more-than- adequate defense which has been throughly overshadowed by quarterback Kent Nix's last- gasp heroics. And the Saints, who will be out to avenge a preseason loss to Houston, will have a healthy Archie Manning to pick apart the Oilers' secondary. So with that in mind, here's how it looks from this vantage point: Chicago 24, Los Angeles 17: Nix has grabbed all the headlines but Jack Concannon has provided the Bears with steady passing game. The Rams have failed to stop so-so offenses this year and Roman Gabriel has yet to get their serial attack back on the track. Can Stop Pass New Orleans 28, Houston 17: The Oilers have been all but helpless against the pass, which Manning will use to great advantage. Houston has no ground game to speak of and the Saints are among the best in the National Conference against the pass. Dallas 31, Washington 21: This collision between the Cowboys' No. 1 offense and the Redskins' No. 1 defense in the NFC should send Dallas off and running to a repeat as champion of the East, leaving in its wake the dreams of glory of Billy Kilmer and the rest of the surprising 'Skins. He Has Now Detroit 30, Atlanta 14: Bob have! Baltimore 27, New Englad 10: The Colts, seething over their- loss to Cleveland last Sunday, will be trying to take it out on the defense-slim Patriots. Baltimore, tops in defense in the AFC, should bury Jim Plunkett. Minnesota 34, Buffalo 13: The Vikings, too, will be out for blood to make up for their de feat at the hands of the Bears last Sunday. The Bills have little hope of stopping the Minnesota steamroller. No Pass Defense Cincinnati 27, Green Bay 20: The Packers can stop the rush but not the pass, which is too bad for them since the Bengals Virgil Carter just happens to be the best in the AFC in that department. Kansas City 16, Denver 10: Len Dawson will find it difficult passing against the Broncos but he'll have the Chiefs moving steadily through their proud line. Miami 35, New York Jets 10: The Dolphins' running back tandem of Larry Csonka and Jim Kiick will move into high gear and the Bob Griese-to Paul Warfield passing combination will demolish the Jets' secondary. One For Bradshaw Pittsburgh 24, San Diego 20: The Steelers are tops in the AFC in stopping the rush — > which doesn't really matter] since the Chargers haven't got any. Terry Bradshaw will be the difference. San Francisco 38, Philadelphia 13: John Brodie hasn't been able to get untracked so far—but he's been licking his chops at the thought of opening up against the hapless Eagles. Cleveland 21, Oakland 20: The Raiders' pass defense will be a challenge to Bill Nelsen and the Browns' precision quar terback should meet the test while Daryle Lamonica falters against Cleveland's strong sec ondary. St. Louis 27, New York Giants 6: The Cards have the NFC's second-best defense—but in this case, who cares? The Giants have little to threw against it. Beachcombers Score With Cheney Tackle (Hutchinson News-UPI Telephoto) SEASON WINDUP—Henry Ellington, Hutchinson, driving Car 86 is point leader at Salthawk Speedway which will have its season championship races Saturday night. Pushing Ellington in this picture is Jack Petty, Wichita in car 77, and by coincidence, that's the way they stand, 1-2, heading into the championship race program. Champ Race Set for Saturday eet Salt Hawk Girls In Near Sweep Salthawk Speedway, near the Arkansas River west of Hutchinson, will have its 1971 championship race program Saturday night. Trophy awards will be presented after the race program to winners in both stock and hobby divisions. Henry Ellington, Hutchinson, who has been driving Oar No. 36, is the top point man at Salt­ hawk — formerly Mohawk Speedway. His car is owned by Steve Dunsworth, also of Hutchinson. Second high man is Jack Pet-! ty, Wichita, in Car No. 77, own-' ed by Larry Nulf, Hutchinson. Salthawk races are promoted by Vernie and Fern Barragree of Great Bend. The track is owned by Frank Dade, who lives near the Speedway. Ellington and Petty and other track regulars will have plenty of competition in the championship event as cars are entered from Salina, Lyons, Chase, Pratt, Great Bend and Wichita as well as Hutchinson. Kenny Lehman will be the starter. At 'Full Strength' LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - An ailment which sidelined Nebraska I-back Jeff Kcnney early this week was reported Thursday to have been a form of Salmonella poisoning. He had under gone a series of tests. Kinney was expected to be at full strength for Saturday's game against Utah State after returning to practice Wednesday. By JIM HITCH The outdoor scene in south central Kansas has taken on an added dimension — beachcomb­ ing. The new sport spells trouble for the Wichita Water Department, but fun and profit for fishermen who want to replenish their depleted tackle boxes free of charge. The Cheney Reservoir water level is being lowered to inspect and repair the face of the dam and hundreds of fishing lures lost to snags this summer, are being exposed. Several fishermen have beach- combed for lures this week and one reportedly filled his tackle box with new equipment. A fierce windstorm last March gets the credit and the blame for the new development. The soil cement surface of the dam, an experiment in itself, was damaged below the water line by the March blow which reached velocities of 90 miles per hour. The day after the Kansas State Fishing Contest ended at Cheney, Sept. 13, the outlet gates were opened and since then 550 million gallons of water pei' day have been released, according to Gerald (Bink) Hall, Wichita Water Supply Superintendent. The reservoir had been lowered 3.93 feet below conservation pool by Thursday afternoon andj Hall said it would be lowered at least another two feet. Must Make Repairs "Where we'll go from there depends on what we find," Hall said. The reservoir was lowered about two years ago for a similar, but less extensive repair job. When the four-mile earth dam was constructed, it was reinforced on the lake side with soil cement, which is dirty sand mixed with concrete, applied to the surface and compacted with water. The texture is much the same as any cement but the color is tan instead of white or grey, because of the quality of the sand used. The question in the minds of fishermen is how long it will take to refill the reservoir. Hall said refilling depends entirely upon rainfall in the Ninncscah River watershed and there is no way to predict when conservation pool will be reached again. It may be optimistic to predict that the reservoir will be full again by next spring. There is also speculation the lowering of the reservoir will have an adverse effect on duck hunting, which opens tliis month. Fish Being Taken Fishing from the shore is difficult, but white bass and crap- pie are being taken from out in the lake, according to Mrs. Fred Daines of Fred's Bait Shop. She said the river area just south of the Busick Bridge is now limited to water in the channel. Reservoir water temperature Thursday was 69 degrees and crappie and white bass fishing is expected to be good throughout October. Leo Cardenas Sets Fielding Record MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL (AP) — Minnesota Twins shortstop Leo Cardenas set a major league season record for his position Thursday, ending the campaign with only 11 errors. Ernie Banks set the fewest errors record with 12 in 1959. Cardenas handled two chances flawlessly against the California Angels before being replaced in the fifth inning. The American League record for fewest errors in a season had been held by Phil Rizzuto of the New York Yankees, 14 in 155 games in 1955, and Rico Petrocelli of Boston, 14 in 153 games in 1969. Cardenas played in 153 games this year handling 711 of 722 chances for a fielding average of .9847. Page 15 The Hutchinson Newi Friday, October 1,1971 Legal Notices be 8491 McPherson Sophs Win The Hutchinson High Salt Hawk Girls Tennis team racked up 16 of 18 possible points and easily won their own quadrangular meet Thursday afternoon at Gowans tennis courts. The Salt Hawks finished well ahead of Derby, with 10 points. McPherson and Salina scored five points each. Kathy Mollett won all of her matches in the No. 2 singles event. AH of Hutchinson's doubles teams swept their matches. The teams were Susan Thayer and Barbara Schroil, Janie Oswalt and Denise Bredfelt and Pam Perkins and Terry Wesley. Harriet Hobart won two of three matches in the No. 1 singles. The Salt Hawks will host a sixteen team invitational meet all day next Wednesday at Gowans courts. No. l Singles: Harriet Hobart, Hutchinson, def. Carol Weyand, McPherson, 8-2; Connie Chaltos Salina South def. Weyand, McPherson, 8-3; Bev Bonner def Chaltos, Salina, 8-3 Benner, Derby, def Hobart, Hutchinson, 8-6; Hobart, Hutchinson, def Chaltos, Salina, 8-0; Benner, Derby, def Weyand, McPherson, 8-4. No. 2 Singles: Kathy Mollett, Hutchinson def Melody Hugbanks, McPherson, 8-4; Sherrle Rfc- bel, Derby, def Sarah Hlnes, Salina, 8-5; Mollett, Hutchinson, def Relbel, Derby, 8-2; Hines, Salina, def Hughbanks, McPherson, 8-4; Mollett, Hutchinson, def nines, Salina, 8-2; Hughbanks, McPherson, def Ricble, Derby, 9-8. (sudden c'eiifh) No 3 Singles: (McPherson forfeited, having no No. 3 singles player.) Greta Lagerbert, Salina, d?' Pam Mulkey, Derby, 8-0; Susan Brewster, Hutchinson, def Mulkey, Derby, 8-1; Lagerbert, Salina, def Brewster, Hulchlnson, 8-4. No. 1 Doubles: Susan Thayer and Barbara Schroil, Hutchinson, def Jonya Kerschner and Ann Lobban, McPherson, 8-1; Lora Van Boen- Ing and Carol Walker, Derby, def Emily Young and Roberta Gregwlre, Salina, 85; Thayer and Schroil, Hutchinson, def Van Boening and Walker, Derby, 8-0; Kerschner and Lobban, McPherson, def Young and Gregwire, Salina, 8-4; Thayer and Schroil, Hutchinson, def Young and Gregwlre, Salina, 8-3; Van Boening and Walker, Derby, def Kerschner and Lobban, McPherson, 8-3. No. 2 Doubles: Janle Oswalt and Denise Bredfelt, Hutchinson, def Teresa Altken and Anita Nichols, McPherson, 8-3; Kim Powers and Pat Bradford, Derby, def Debbie Stockhim and RobyVj Willholte, Salina, 8-3; Oswalt and Bredfelt, Hutchinson, def Powers and Bradford, Derby, 8-3; Altken and Nichols, McPherson, def Stockham and Willhoite, Salina, 8-0; Powers and Bradford, Derby, def Ailkens and Nichols, McPherson, 9-8. (sudden death) No. 3 Doubles: Pam Perkins and Terry Wesley, Hutchinson, def Janelle Ramsdale and Donna Leiker, McPherson, 8-1; Belinda Barnes and Patra Patterson, Derby, def Cindy Ayre and Maria Shoultys, Salina, 8-1; Perkins and Wesley, Hutchinson, def Barnes and Patterson, Derby, 8-2; Ramsdale and Leiker, McPherson, def Ayre and Schoultys, Salina, 8-1; Perkins and Wesley, Hutchinson, def A/re and Schoultys, 8-0; Ramsdale and Leiker, McPherson, def Bsrnes and Patterson, Derby, 8-1. McPHERSON - The Hutchinson High School Sophomore football team suffered its first defeat of the season Thursday afternoon losing to McPherson 14-8 at McPherson. McPherson held Hutchinson scoreless for three quarters before the visitors finally scored in the fourth on Donnie Reed's 15 yard run. Reed also ran the i two point conversion. McPherson scored once in the second and once in the third to take a 14-0 lead after three periods. Leonard Laindrum brought in the first McPherson score on a six yard run. Jeff Kline's TD and two point conversion accounted for McPherson's second score. The loss leaves Hutchinson with a 3-1 record for the season. Trade-in Shock Sale REBUILT E GUARANTEED : For as long as • You own Car : Let Us Install Reg. Price ALL CARS and Less Trade PICKUPS Full Trade Price' You CM krint ki yeur old trade- in lattr. Yolweider Skelly Service 600 N. Main — Hutchinson — MO 3-9988 Register at Sears Wishing Well Enter your wish for any item in Sears Hutchinson Store (up to $150.00). Winning entry will be announced at 5:30 Saturday. No purchase necessary. Need NOT be present to win. SATURDAY ONLY HOUSE PAINT Exterior Latex House Paint SALE reg. $4.99 to $6.99 only BOWL JACKPOT Mixed Doubles 7:00 P.M. Saturday Lanes available for open play most of the time. - ANNOUNCING SOMETHING NEW COLOR PIN FIESTA EVERY FRIDAY AT 9 P.M. New Big Bowling Bargain '"RENT-A-LANE" — Bowl as much as you like, jSundays 10 a.m. to 12 noon for only $2.50. COUNTRYSIDE LANES 30th and Lorraine MO 3-9144 "'frier UfBX HOL'SHPAIN' 1 reg. $7.99 to $10.99 99 only 5?5 6H0P AT SEARS AND SAVE tkikf action Guaranteed or Your Money Back Selected group of pre-mixed colors. Glides on smoothly. Dries in V -2 hour. Resist weathering. Slumber Bags Sold for $14.97 in 1970 Fall Catalog Closeout Price Designed for slumber party fun. Built for warmth. Mod styles — Full sizes. 85ti L Anniversary Celebration^ SEARS, ROEBUCK AMD CO. Craftsman Commercial 7-Inch Circular Saws Sears Best regular $59.99 SAVE $10.00 Great For Winter Protection Superfine Lawn Food Regular $4.99 OQQ Covers 6,000 sq. ft. ^J*'*' 22 lbs. Lightweight, clean, odorless and easy to handle. Ideal Fall & Winter Lawn Food. 15 North Adams Dial 662-2311 FREE PARKING Open Late Monday, Wed., Thurs. (First Published In the Hutchinson News, October I, 1971) IN THE PROBATE COURT OF RENO COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE MATTER OF ) THE ESTATE OF ) HERBERT B. HOFFMAN, a/k/a) No. 7305 HERBERT B. HUFFMAN, ) DECEASED. ) NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR To the Creditors, Heirs, Devisees and Legatees of Herbert B. Hoffman, a/k/a Herbert B. Huffman, deceased, and all others concerned: You and each of you will take notice that on the 29th day of September, 1971, the First National Bank of Hutchinson, Kansas, was appointed Executor of the Will of Herbert B. Hoffman, deceased, and duly qualified as such Executor and letters tes 'Dmentary were issued to It on September 29, 1971, by the Probate Court of Reno County, Kansas. All parties Interested in said estate will take notice and govern themselves accordingly. All creditors are notified to exhibit their demands against the said estate within nine months from the date of the first publication of this notice as provided by law, and If their demands are not thus exhibited they shall forever barred. First National Bank of Hutchinson, Kansas, Executor. WEINLOOD, COLE, OSWALT 8, SHAFFER 603-608 First National Bank Bldg. Hutchinson, Kansas 642-0221 Attorneys for Executor (First"" Published the "1st'" day of October, 1971) STATE OF KANSAS, COUNTY OF RENO, ss: IN THE PROBATE COURT OF SAID COUNTY AND STATE IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF V. W. HORNBAKER, ALSO KNOWN AS VERNON W. HORNBAKER, DECEASED No. 6939 NOTICE OF HEARING THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in said Court by Vincent W Hornbaker and Gerald D. Hornbaker, executors of the estate of V. W. Hornbaker, also known as Vernon W. Hornbaker. Deceased, praying that their account be settled, allowed and approved, that the Court determine the legatees entitled to the said estate and the respective shares to which each Is entitled, that for said executors' attorneys, that after payment of such compensation and the court costs said executors be authorized to distribute the remaining money of said estate fo the legatees entitled thereto In accordance with said decedent's will, and that, upon making such payments and distribution, said .executors be discharged; and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 28th day of October, 1971, at 10:00 a.m. of said day In said Court in the City of Hutchinson, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fall therein, ludgment and decree will be entered In due course upon said petition. Vincent W. Hornbaker and Gerald D. Hornbaker, Petitioners Attest: E. Victor Wilson Probate Judge (Seal) Branine, Chalfant S. Hytcr Hutchinson, Kansas Attorneys for Petitioners _ 8490 ^Fh 7 sT~PubIlshed In The Hutchinson News, September 17, 1971) STATE OF KANSAS, COUNTY OF RENO, SS: IN THE PROBATE COURT OF RENO COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ROY E. BAILEY, NO. 703S DECEASED, NOTICE Of HEARINO The State of Kansas to all persons con- cerned: You are hereby notified that a Petition has been filed In said Court by Juanlta N. Bailey, Administrator of tha Estate of Roy E. Bailey, Deceased, praying for final settlement of said estate, allowance for her attorney's fees and expenses, and that the Court determine the heirs of said decedent and assign to them the personal property remaining In said Estate, and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 12 day of October, 1971, at 10:00 o'clock A.M., of said day, in said Court, in the City of Hutchinson, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fall therein, ludgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said Petition. JUANITA N. BAILEY, Administrator, Petitioner ATTEST: (SEAL) E. VICTOR WILSON Probate Judge ROBERT E. UPP Attorney for Administrator First National Bank Bldg. Hutchinson, Kansas MO 5-58)1 No. 8443 (First Published in The Hutchinson News, September 17, 1971) IN THE PROBATE COURT OF RENO COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE MATTER OF ) THE ESTATE OF ) H. M. BLOCKER, ) NO. 72(4 DECEASED. ) NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR TO THE CREDITORS, HEIRS, DEVISEES AND LEGATEES OF H. M. BLOCKER, DECEASED, AND ALL OTHERS CONCERNED: You and each of you will take notice that on the 15th day of September, 1971, Ralph J. Thorne was appointed Executor of the will of H. M. Blocker, deceased, and duly qualified as such executor and letters testamentary were issued to him on September 15, 1971, by the Probate Court of Reno County, Kansas. All parties Interested In said estate will take notice and govern themselves accordingly. All creditors are notified to exhibit their demands against the said estate within nine months from the date of the first publication of this notice as provided by law, and If their demands are not thus exhibited, they shall be forever barred. RALPH J. THORNE, Executor of the Will of ATTEST: ^ DeCMSed ^.L CT0R WlLS ON, Probate Judge RAUH, THORNE & ROBINSON 315 West 1st street Hutchinson, Kansas 67J01 Attorneys for Executor No IUA (First Published—In^he^HUt^in,^, News, September 24, |» 7 ," Hu,chin,on IN THE PROBATE COURT OF RENO COUNTY, KANSAS ° IN THE MATTER OF J THE ESTATE OF , VIVIAN GRAY, \ No . 7m Deceased. ) NOTICE OF HEARINO ON PETITION FOR FINAL SETTLEMENT The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed In said Court by Glenn Caldwell, Administrator W.W.A. of the estate of Vivian Gray, deceased,' praying for a final settlement of said estate, approval of his acts, proceedings and accounts as Administrator W.W.A., allowance for attorneys' fees, and expenses In accordance with the will of Vivian Gray, deceased. You are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 18th day of October, 1971 at 10 :30 o'clock e.m. on said day. In said Court, in the City of Hutchinson, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered In due course upon said petition. GLENN CALDWELL, Petitioner GILLILAND, HAYES A GOERIN0) 212 Wolcott Building Hutchinson, Kansas Attorneys for P%m<mr ttit

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