The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 1, 1971 · Page 33
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 33

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Friday, October 1, 1971
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r i i i 5 Tacos Mix or Match for only $^ with this coupon A, i 1 QD0G7OGHJ This offer good now through Sat. r Oct. 2 OPEN 10:30 a.m. to Midnight; Fri. & Sat. to 1 a.m. I Teachers Begin to Flex Muscles Page 6 The Hutchinson Newt WASHINGTON (AP) - long considered a soft, somewhat disorganized constituency, the nation's two million school teachers are taking political sitting-up exercises and their muscle is beginning to show. Teacher support was an important factor in several congressional, state legislative and gubernatorial races in November and now the National Education Association is eyeing what it calls the "biggest plum of all—the White House." A result is that elected office holders, led by the president, are showing new concern for teachers. Helen Bain, past president of the NEA, called President Nixan underachiever" at the on in NEA's national convention Detroit last June. The next day White House aides telephoned Detroit suggesting a meeting between Nixon and Donald Morrison, new NEA president. They haven't met yet, but the quick White House reaction to Mrs. Bain's criticism reflects the concern politicians have for new teacher interest in vote- getting. Until a few years ago, teacher groups mostly were active in school-bond issues and an occasional local legislative race. But in 1970 teachers in a number of states got involved in state wide partisan politics and found new power at the polls. Some examples: —The office of Sen. John V. Tunney gave California teachers major credit for his up?et victory over Republican Sen. George Murphy. —Gov. John Gilligan. of Ohio publicly acknowledged teacher help in his victory. —Teachers strongly supported Gov. Reubin Askew of Florida in defeating incumbent Republican Claude Kirk Jr. —Rep. Mike McCormack, D- Wash., with teacher support defeated Catherine May, who had served seven terms in the House of Representatives. The NEA says that in November teachers formally supported six winning governors, eight successful U.S. senatorial candidates, scores of victors n races for the House of Representatives and hundreds of officials elected in local elections. |V /V7c 1971 MsNiught Syndic.!. In;. x^tl~?^yP!!*!!l"!!* ,BfW IN I Plants 'Do Their Thing 9 to Stop Pollution 1** Do you know what nature's m ost effective pollution control device is? The answer is plants. What's more, plants are an excellent air conditioner. But the plants found in a particular place or plants that happen to come up after man has used the land aren't necessarily the best ones to control soil erosion or various types of pollution. The USDA Soil Conservation Service is searching for even better plants. In much of this gtate, grasses are the most important type of plants. This was emphasized on a recent tour that District Conservationist R. G. Cameron, of Hutchinson, made with other SCS personnel of the SCS Plant Materials Center at Manhattan. The center has over 800 Individual collections of grasses and legumes; 200 collections of forbs, and over 330 different species, strains, selections or origins of woody plants being observed and evaluated for a specific conservation use or for a problem solution. "One acre of grass in a good thrifty condition re­ leases about 2,400 gallons of water on a windy summer day through evaporation and transpiration," according to the local district conservationist. "This much evaporation equals the cooling effect of a 70- ton air conditioner," he continued. "Well managed grass is ideal for erosion control, beautification, recreation, and animal forage. Grasses are effective borders, corridors, desilters, and living screens." i "Grasses vary widely within individual species. There may be many types or strains of big bluestem, little bluestem, in- diangrass, or other plants growing within an area of only a few counties or as close as a few rods. These variations are caused by differences' in climate, soil, moisture, exposure, nutrients and other factors affecting their existence. Each plant has a specific place in "doing its thing" — living, competing, and dying as a product of the environment," Cameron said. "Unwise use of plants by man has too often influenced the kinds and amounts of plants and the ecological harmony of Mother Nature. Some term it as "economic and social progress." Unwise use of the resources results in their depletion and contributes to more serious problems that can bs partially solved by the expenditure of tax dollars. It affects each and everyone of us, directly or indirectly. "In the Soil Conservation Service's constant search for better grasses and other plants we are looking for strains of plants that will help solve specific environmental problems on agricultural and non - agricultural lands. We need many kinds of plants for temporary or permanent protection of urban, industrial, and residential development: of transportation systems, home sites, recreational and community service lands; for pollution abatement; for stabilizing critical areas, and for other specific conservation uses which result in resource conservation and enhancement of the environment." Cameron said the most recent grass selected and released by the SCS Plant Materials Center in cooperation with the Agricultural experiment Station and the Agricultural Research Service is Barton western wheatgrass. r i i i VI>JUIfl Hutchinson News 123 N. Main Fri 1ft^U 9 BB wm mm fe 7 STORE 1 318 N. Plum MO 2-9811 mm mm mm mm. ROT mm X • / A raw mm nm H H^RWHS fflBPHB RRR SBI^IP flmH ^S SBK^Bi Come See Willy the Whale Now thru Saturday mm mm City Center Hutchinson 37 Ft. Long 16-Tons 1 Willy will beat 21 N. Main Thru Saturday, Oct. 2 9:30 am to 5:30 pm DECORATOR PILLOWS Luxurious cotton velveteen decorator pillows add color to your rooms. Variety of shapes. 2 99 Each m mm mm JCPfenney The values are here every day. Vrfl HAPPINESS IS AN EASY-T0-BUY RCA Portable ti mm ma mm SMI mm mm mm mm in mm mm 'mm mm mm mm mm "Anywhere" entertainment. Wrist- £r P> strap, earphones and battery in- J ^ eluded. It's the sound buy. Model RZG, 103. Regular $6.95 RADIO 3 Whale of a Coupon WJ/f This Coupon is WORTH 0 With This Coupon Saturday 10 OFF Wh,il Builds Bmldb Kansas Buy fioodyeor The Only Tirp Built in Kansas Any Merchandise in Our Store Limit 1 Coupon per purchase Good Only Friday and Saturday, Oct. 1 and 2 PARR0TT ?9 WtST SHP UMAN ST HODNETT TELEPHONE MO 3 3381 I 14 West 2nd 6. UNIFORMS Hutchinson 1 Closeout of Fur Felt Dress DOBBS HATS COUPON SPECIALS One Good Rack NECKTIES Value of 2.50 to 5.50 Regularly $A98 up to 20.95 jf Good Friday & Saturday SAVE UP TO 50%! Miss H.I.S. Jeans Reg. $10-12 6.44 with coupon 4.44 Reg. $8-$9 with coupon COWNTOWNJ>'? i SECOND & MAIN 'HWCHYMSOM C TY CENTER i The famous H.I.S. fit, plus a variety of colors and patterns, makes this a truly exceptional value! Stock up now on jeans for winter, and save! Sizes 10-16, Country Store, street floor. SATURDAY ONLY! Wl i_E Y'S III a m |M9| JMBBi JBW MMM IHWR OfVn^B n&^nw ^wXr99 ISHhIR uOMBW LEATHER - SUEDE Patchwork Handbags 4.99 with coupon Regularly $6.00. A collage of colors and textures, patched together to form the most picturesque bags in town! Fully lined. Handbags, street floor. SATURDAY ONLY! WIL-EY'S LU I I I I I J I I I I SHOE One Day Only! Saturday, Oct. 2! Ladies', Men's Boy's, Girl's Entire Stock Included. Limit. One pair per coupon. BANKAMERICARD fftii/iotiv'i. I OlipOll Day Hutchinson Coupon Worth On Any Men's Shirt In Stock I 1 Coupon Good Saturday, Oct. 2 Only | mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm m» wmt mm mm mm mm. mm mm mm "Well, I'll be doggoned." Stereo "8" Tapes Buy Two Get One of Equal Value FREE Sat., Oct. 2 with tliis coupon 5W fl-r. j 1 , $2.00 , 1 COUPON 1 » J I $2.00 i 'COUPON 1 I ' I i 1 • I IP 101 N. Main Hutchinson, Ks. ON ALL 1 Children's Shoes IT'S A WHALE OF A COUPON FOR SATURDAY I What Kansas Builds Kansas Buy Goodyear- TheQnlyTire Built in Kansas PARR0TT iraj H0DIMETT 29 WEST SHERMAN ST W&&*L^ffl TELEPHONE MO 3 3381 r{.oooj\t\u\ This coupon is worth $2 on the puchase of any shoe for Boys & Girls on Sat., Oct. 2. THESE BRANDS INCLUDED • Lazy Bones • Pro-tek-tiv • Hush Puppies • Gerberich Paine Growing girls and youth sizes included. CLEARANCE! 'Celecloud' Mattress Pads ^J 2 PRICE w ^ n coupon LIMITED QUANTITIES • BEDDING, THIRD FLOOR ANCHOR: COMBINATION: 39 x 76, reg. $6 3.00 39 x 76, reg. $ 7 .... 3.50 60 x 80, reg. $9 4.50 60 x 80, reg. $10 .... 5.00 39 x 80, reg. $7 3.50 78 x 80, reg. $12 .... 6.00 78 x 80, reg. $11 5.50 LU m I 1 us. w I 1 I 1 I I 1 I 1 Regular $15.00 Beautiful Metal 4 Branch Holder for Lenox Dinner Tapers With Coordinated Colorful Center Floral Attachment with $JJ95 Coupon ^/ SAVE $9.05 Regular $7.00 3-Piece Candle Ensemble 3x9 Candle Metal Candle Holder and Color Coordinated Floral Ring With Coupon $029 SAVE $3.71 I Plastic Leaf Bags 7 - Bushel Capacity. Extra strong, tear resistant. With wire ties. Package of 5. With Coupon . • • i Coupon Special Sat. Oct. 2nd 2000 Yards 100% Polyester Doubleknits Choice of our entire Stock Crepes - Jacquards & Novelties •ff* „ §-i off I Coupon Good Saturday, Oct. 2 I 1 South Main Oklahoma, XIRE& SUPBtf THE WHIMSICAL GENERAL STORE Re S -.A» SaTO ^1 on every „ *9 y d . -=r~ JL Yard You Buy I i I 1 I I i I I I I I I I COUPON SPECIAL Lilac Hedges STATIONERY 200 N. Main With This Coupon Reg. $1.75 to $3.25 Value PRICE 1 I I I I I I I I \ I I I I I I I I I I I DELUXE SILICONE I I I Ironing Pad & Cover i with coupon Reg. $1.00. Scorch resistant silicone board cover AND extra thick cushiony pad for easier ironing! Non-skid, odorless and sanitary. Notions, street floor. While Present Supply Lasts I T- LU iSKWRI IKH9 i i Shoe Shown Roblee "STAFFORD" Reg. $21. Saturday with Coupon ONLY $17. ONE OF MANY STYLES OFFERED COUPON WORTH . . On A Pair of Men's ROBLEE SHOES SELECT FROM OVER 450 PAIR OXFORDS • BUCKLES • WINGTIPS (Coupon Good Saturday Only, Oct. 2nd) Inc. N. Main I % Sootm 19 N. Main * Coupon Worth 51 3QO0 9 @ VALUABLE COUPON Saturday, October 2, 1971 Entire Stock SHOES & $ BOOTS OFF REGULAR PRICE With Coupon I ^S^FERED^ ^ ^ — ^ ^ ^2 « L ! 1 ^ Coupon Good Saturday. Oct. 20nly J jj^ ^miMVM VAI IIADI E ^AIIBAki On Any Ladies SHOE Reg. Price $8.95 and up . . . Clip This Coupon & Save Coupon Good Saturday, Oct. 2 Only I I I I I I I I I I I MARBELIZED MELAMINE 3 pc Mixing Bowl Set i i i | Open Daily 1 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Monday I & Thursday Till 8:30 p.m. ( Closed On Sunday r«tfei\ctDRUGS y*V E- "SfoStowDepeiuiabfc" 1 I I Downtown City Center | I Reg. $4.95. Save 2.00 Saturday on this lightweight yet durable stain and break resistant mixing bowl set with manble-like finish. 1*4, 3 and 5 pt. sizes. HOUSEWARES, third floor. WIL-EY'S I LU I IS CLEARANCE Fieldcrest Sheets HON. Main saaas Hutchinson, Ks. MO 3-3201 I I I I i I I V2 PRICE Group of permanent press, No-Iron sheets in solid colors, patterns, or scalloped. Includes twin, full, queen & king flat & fitted sheets, 42 x 36 cases. Also a few Springmaid patterns in group. Bedding, third floor. Wl LEY'S LU I I I I I I I I J 1 See Willy The Whale City Center Downtown Coupon Effective Saturday, Oct. 2 I $2.49 Anti Perspirant IARRID EX-DRY i i | WITH COUPON I 14 oz. SPRAY CAN | $1.17 Bayer Brand SAVE 23% on our own 4-ply KNITTING WORSTED 4 -oz. Full Skein with this coupon Make your own knit hits! Woolworth's moth-proof virgin wool. In the newest colors. Ombres, baby pastels; Vk oz. skeins. Bottle of 100 5 grain i J ASPIRIN TABLETS i i | | With Coupon ! i I 1 69* Fisher Brand i i ! SALTED PEANUTS 1 1 Lb. Fresh Spanish i i With Coupon i

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