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Deaths John M. Axman OLMITZ - John M. Axman, 83, died Thursday at his home after a short illness. Born Jan. 27, 1888, in Olmitz, he married Mildred Konecny Nov. 12, 1912, in Conway Springs. He was a retired farmer and a lifetime resident here. He was a member of St. Ann's Catholic Church, Olmitz; Knights of Columbus. Survivors include the widow; sons: Alphonse, Olmitz; John, San Luis Obispo, Calif.; daughters: Mrs. Theresa Sohm, Olmitz; Mrs. Josephine Wagner, Great Bend; brothers: Max and Bernard, Olmitz; sisters: Sister Ludmilla, Sister Florine and Sister Claudine, Wichita; Celestine and Mrs. Julie Stos, Olmitz; eight grandchildren; nine great­ grandchildren. Funeral will be 10 a.m. Monday at the church; Father John Vesecky. Rosary will be 8:30 p.m. Saturday and 8 p.m. Sunday at the Nicholson-Ricke Funeral Home, Hoisington. Burial will be in St. Ann's Church Cemetery, Olmitz. Friends may call from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at the funeral home. Harry C. Brown DODGE CITY - Harry C. Brown, 83, died Friday at Trinity Hospital, Dodge City, after a long illness. Born March 26, 1888, in Lincoln County, Mo., he married Burlie Massey in Garfield. He married Mildred Gall Oct. 2, 1932, in Dodge City. He was a former sheriff in Dodge City and retired custodian at the Christian Church. He lived here most of his life. He was a member of the Christian Church, Dodge City. Survivors include the widow; sons: Bob, Dodge City; Bill, Ulysses; Gordon, Memphis, Term.; daughter: Mrs. Marie Sealey, Des Moines, Iowa; 11 grandchildren. Funeral will be 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Hulpieu-Swaim Chapel, Dodge City; Rev. James M. Gail and Rev. Sheldon Thomas. Burial will be in Maple Grove Cemetery. Dodge City. The family suggest memorials to the American Cancer Society. Mrs. W'JIiam E. Venning FT. DODGE - Mrs. Myrtle M. Venning. 74. died Friday at the Ft Didge Hospital after a Ions; illness. Bom March 18, 18"7, in Medford. Okla.. she iv3.5 married to Willhm E. V »nnhg July 6. 1920, in Molina. S'IS livei in Ft. Dodge since Ma-ch i -f 1971. She was a membsr of t h e Ch-isMan Church. Stafford. Survivrrs include the widower: daughters: Mrs. Beulah S»rvis. H-uiston. Tex.; Mrs. Grace Hamilton, Leoti; sisters: Rules Given To Media on Trial at Hays HAYS — Allen Dale Randol, 21. Colorado Springs, Colo., has been judged competent to stand trial on a first degree murder charge. Randol is charged with the Jan. 22, 1971, murder here of Mrs. Fern E. Poer, 69, a motel manager. Randol lias been returned to the jurisdiction of the Ellis County court for preliminary hearing. Judge Benedict Cruise of Ellis County District Court issued an order Friday restricting attendance and news coverage of Randol's preliminary hearing. Another defendant in the case, Michael G. Wilson, 19, pleaded 'guilty in June to second-degree murder and is serving a term of five years to life imprisonment at the Kansas Industrial Reformatory, Hutchinson. Cruise's order is identical to restrictions placed in force for Randol's competency hearing, which resulted in Cruise's ruling that the defendant was competent to stand trial on the charges. The order limits attendance at the hearing to the respective attorneys, the defendant and any of his relatives, officers of the court and representatives of the news media. Cruise said the newsmen mav report the names of any witnesses, the decision by the court, the purpsose of the her- ing and directives by the court. "But they shall not report or publish the statements of wi- nesses, the contents or summary of any testimony of witnesses or of evidence. Nor shall the news media report or publish statements of any attorneys or counsel in the cafe," the order said. No specific date for the preliminary hearing was set, but it is expected to be sometime next week. Mrs. Amy Tannahill, Arkansas City; Mrs. Clara Jacot, Moline; Mrs. Dorothy Cross, Torrance, Calif.; five grandchildren; one great-grandchild. Funeral will be 3:30 p. m. Sunday at the Christian Church, Grenola; Rev. Paul Hesser. Burial will be in Greenlawn Cemetery, Grenola. Friends may call at the Watt Funeral Home, Moline. Andrew Rinke MEDICINE LODGE — Andrew Harry Rinke, 72, died Friday at the Medicine Lodge Memorial Hospital after a long illness. Born Dec. 7,1898, at Medicine Lodge, he was a lifetime resident here. Survivors include brothers: Joe and Jim, Medicine Lodge; Frank, Derby; sisters: Emma Jane, 206 West 9th, Hutchinson; Mrs. Harold Taylor, Tacoma, Wash.; Glessie Alice Rose, Medicine Lodge. Funeral will be at 2 p.m. Monday at Forsyth Mortuary. Burial will be in Highland Cemetery. Rosary will be 8 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home. The family suggests memorials to the coronary unit of the hospital. Mrs. Bessie A Breaker Mrs. Bessie A. Breaker, 80, RFD 4, died Wednesday at the Wesley Medical Center, Wichita. She was born July 26. 1891, in Quincy. Survivors are: daughter. Mrs. Wanda Drake, Wichita; son, John Cecil Fowler, RFD 4; sister, Mrs. Jeees Mies, Cblwich. Funeral services will be at 2:30 p.m. Saturday at the Bethany Baptist Church, near Bentley, Rev. Arthur Creech officiating. Burial will be in Pleasant Valley Cemetery. Mrs. Ivan R. Burket ASHLAND — Mrs. Letitia Blakey Burket. 80, died Wednesday in a car wreck near Strasburg, Colo. Born July 3, 1891, at Pleasanton, she was married to Dr. Ivan Burket June 17, 1916, at Plea.«fa.nton. The couple came to Ashland shortly afterward. She assisted her husband in his medical. Dractice. Both were semi-retired. She was a member of t h e PEO, Clark County Farm Bureau, American Legion Auxiliary, Iroquois Medical Sce'etv AnyiVarv and *h*? Kansas Medical Society Auxiliary. Survivors include the widower; sisters: Mrs. John Madden and Margaret Blakey. Carmel, N.Y.; Mrs. Charles Blackmar, Kansas City, Mo. Funeral will hi 2 o.m. Monday at the Ashland Presbyterian Church; Rev. Richard Klein. Burial will be in Highland Cemetery, Ashland. Friends may call from 1 to 10 p.m. Sunday at the Brown Mortuary, Ashland. Mrs. A. R Derrv NEWTON - Mrs. Thirza M. Deny, 85, died Friday at Bethel Born Dec. 3, 1885. in Weaubleau, Mo., she was married to A. R. Deny. He died in 1940. She was a member of the Grace Presbyterian Church, Wichita. Survivors include a sister: Mrs. Howard Cadle, El Dorado. Burial will be 10 am. Monday in Greenwood Cemetery. Newton. Friends may call Sunday and Monday morning at the Petersen Funeral Home Chapel, Newton, Mrs. Edwin J. Goeriag PRETTY PRAIRIE — Mrs. Hilda Goering, 66, died Friday at St. Luke's Hospital, Kansas City, after a long illness. Bom July 13, 1905, in Pretty Prairie, she was married to Edwin J. Goering April 22, 1928, in Pretty Prairie. She lived here 30 years. She was a member of the Mennonite Church, Pretty Prairie. Survivors include the widower; daughters: Mrs. Fred Unruh, Regina, Sakatchewan; Mrs. Marlow Unruh, Hess f on; son: Curtis, Pretty Prairie; brothers: Ed Schwartz, Rudy Schwartz, Pete Schwartz, Henry Schwartz, Herb Schwartz and Art Schwartz, Pretty Prairie; sisters: Mrs. Ida Graber and Emma Schwartz, Pretty Prairie; six grandchildren. Mrs. McKinley Swindall GARDEN CITY - Mrs. Susie Swindall, 79, died Friday at the Briar Hill Manor, Garden City, after a long illness. Born July 6, 1892, in Roanoke, Mo., she was married to McKinley Swindall in 1919 in Newton. He died Oct. 11, 1942. She lived in. Garden City since 1924. She was a member of the Bethel AME Methodist Church, Garden City. Survivors include a stepdaughter: Mrs. Emma Jean Reed, Omaha, Neb. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Monday at the Garnand Chanel, Garden City; Rev. R. B. Swind- air and Rev. Al Reed. Burial will be in Valley View Cemetery, Garden City. Friends may call until service time at the f uneral home. Mrs. O. L. Toad-vine LA CROSSE — Mrs. Eula H. Tcadvine, 89, died Friday at the Hoisington Lv.theran Hospital after a long illness. Born June 1, 1882, in La Crosse, she was married to O. L. Toadvine in 1905, in La Crosse. He died in 1957. She lived in La Crosse most of her life. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church, La Crosse: Order of the Eastern Star: Review Club. Survivors include a son: Lee, Tribune; daughters: Mrs. Dorothy Klein, Boulder, Colo.; Mrs. Ruth Roark, Atchison; Mrs. Lucille Moller, Hoisington; Mrs. Wanda Whitehill, Latham; 18 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Monday at the church; Rev. R. J. Gotschal! and Rev. Robert Coltrane. Burial will be in the La Crosse City Cemetery. Friends may call from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday at the Janousek Funeral Home, La Crosse. Friends may call from 11 a.m. until service time Monday at the church. Omer Theodore Berry LARNED — Omer Theodore Berry, 70, died Thursday at the St. Joseph Hospital, Larned, after a long illness. Bom Sept. 5, 1901, in Salem, Mo., he married Esther Miles March 1, 1941, in Miami, Okla. He was a retired farmer, retired employe of Larned State Hospital and retired Pawnee County road employe. He lived in Larned nine years. Survivors include the widow; j daughters: Mrs. Clarence Woolman, Las Vegas, Nev.: Mrs. Leora Scarbrough, Riverside, Calif.; step-son: Luther E. Bryant, Paramount, Calif.; stepdaughters: Mrs. Louise Jones, Tulsa, Okla.; Mrs. Donna Fish, Larned; Mrs. Jalene Bearly, Mesquite, Tex.; brother: Buford, Vinita, Okla.; sisters: Mrs. Leora Reiter, Mrs. Pearl Waldrof and Mrs. Opal Sumner, Vinita, Okla.; nine grandchildren; 10 step-grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; one step- great-grandchild. Funeral will be 11 a.m. Monday at the Beckwith Mortuary, Lamed; Rev. Ralph Jones. Burial will be in Belpre Cemetery. Friends may call until service time at the mortuary. John H. Wrenchery KINGMAN - John H. Wren- chey, 64. died Thursday at the Kingman Community Hospital after a short illness. Born June 29, 1907, in Kingman, he married Elma Bean Orr Sept. 3, 1934, in Kingman. He was a supervisor for Paul Brooker Sales Co., Wichita. He lived in Kingman all his life. He was a member of the Methodist Church. Kingman. Survivors include the widow; sister: Cathrine, Tucson, Ariz. Funeral will be 2 p.m. at the church: Rev. Gerald Martin. Burial will be in Walnut Hill Cemetery, Kingman, Funerals Mrs. Otto Bronleewe - LYONS — Funeral for Mrs. Edna Bronleewe, 79, who died Thursday, will be 10:30 a.m. Saturday at, the First Baptist Church, Lyons; Rev. Don Moor and Rev. Allen Butzine. Burial will be in Frederick Cemetery, Lyons. The family suggests memorials to the building fund in care of the church. Mrs. Bronleewe's name was inadvertently misspelled in Friday's News. Albert Williams, LYONS — Funeral for Albert Williams, 78, who died Thursday, will be 10:30 a.m. Monday at the Crawford - Miller Mortuary, Lyons; Joseph Buyer. Burial will be in Lyons Cemetery. Friends may call from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday at the mortuary. Legion Commander Here on Vets Day Lysle Rishel Post No. 68, the American Legion will entertain the state commander, Marvin Jardon, on Veterans Day which is Monday, Oct. 25 this year. The post also plans to stage a parade starting at 10 a.m. at 9th and Main. The post held a parade last year but bad weather interfered. A covered dish dinner will be held at the clubhouse that night with the Auxiliary members also attending the dinner and meeting. The Hutchinson post has missed only a few times in the last 25 years or more in entertaining the department commander on Armistice Day or Veterans Day. Set Parade Time BUHLER - Buhler's Fall Frolic Parade has been scheduled to start at 10:30 a.m. Saturday. The parade will start at 4th and Main. JuCOS Need ^ ucn Depends on U,S. To Expand In Chemistry About 20 Kansas junior college chemistry instructors attended an all-day meeting at the Hutchinson Community College Science Building Friday. They represented the 12 institutions of the Kansas Association of Junior College Chemistry Teachers. Main topic was the need to expand the offering of organic chemistry in Kansas junior colleges to 10 hours. Five iu- cos, including HCC, now offer 10 hours, and the group endorsed a statement urging others to follow suit. The field has increased in importance tremendously during the past few years, said Clyde Hiebert, Butler County College instructor, and co-director of the association program. It will be needed by the increasing numbers of workers in the pollution, ecology and paramedical fields, as well as the present degree courses in premed, pre-dental, pharmacy, biology and chemistry. If the student has to go to a four-year college an extra semester to take the additional organic chemistry hours, he loses the economic advantage of having! attended a junior college, instructors were told. The association of chemistry instructors from 12 Kansas jucos has received a $60,000 grant of the National Science Foundation to work on chemistry programs in cooperation with Kansas State University. The Hutchinson meeting was the second this fall at the member junior colleges. A session was held at K-State under Francis Lanning, K-State associate professor of chemistry, last May and an 8-week summer school is planned this year. During the year the group will discuss other common problems, said Hiebert, including the effort to stay current in the face of rapidly increasing knowledge and the new audio-tutorial method of teaching chemistry, completely individualized, now being used at Coffeyville Junior College. Taiwan's Chances Not Good at UN Hutchinson News Saturday, Oct. 2, 1971 Page 13 The News Want Ads By WILLIAM L. RYAN AP Special Correspondent UNITED NATIONS. N.Y. (AP) — Despite reports of official American optimism that Nationalist China will remain in the United Nations, qualified observers here find the odds against the Chiang Kai-shek regime. A significant number -of nations seem to be impatient with the China question and want it settled for good. These nations see no possibility for settlement except on Red China's terms— that there can be only one China. While the Chiang Kai- shek government may have a fighting chance, the sophisticated betting here is against it. Much depends upon how much arm-twisting the United States is prepared to use to line up members behind its position that expulsion of the Taiwan regime is an "important question." Not Much Is there anvthing Taiwan itself can do? Not much, say the experts. Some say the Taiwan regime might make a play for a reprieve that would keep it in the General Assembly for another year, while the Security Council seat remained vacant, An Analysis Of the News Red Cross Slates First Aid Classes The Reno County Chapter of the American Red Cross is offering a 10-hour first aid class to anyone interested. The first meeting will be at 8 p.m. Monday in the agricultural extension building, 10th and Woody Seat Freeway, South Hutchinson. Class members will then set up the schedule for class sessions. Ed Kelly, 917 Eat 6th. will teach the course, which is free. Mrs. Louise Anderson, Red Cross secretary, said this would be a good course for Block Mothers. but the chances for that seem slim. Can legal technicalities save the Taiwan regime from expulsion if the American resolution is defeated? That question arises because Taiwan holds one of the permanent veto- wielding seats on the Security Council which must approve new members. Also, the seat in the assembly was awarded originally to the "Republic of China," and not to the Communist "People's Republic." No Evidence But there is no evidence this can help the Chiang government. U.N. officials point out that the question of China's Innocent Plea to Airplane Joyriding Merle E. Benton. 617 East 8th, was arraigned in magistrate court F'riday on a charge of joyriding in an airplane. The complaining witness is R. L. Smith, owner of Mid- Kansas Aviation, located on the old naval air base south of Hutchinson. Benton is a flying instructor, and, according to a sheriff's officer, rents planes from Mid- Kansas Aviation for his lessons. On Sept. 19, he allegedly had a student, but was unable to find someone to unlock a hangar at the base. He then allegedly cut the lock off the hangar with a hacksaw and took the plane. Joyriding is a misdemeanor. Benton pleaded innocent at his arraignment and a preliminary hearing was set for Nov. 12. He posted a $500 bond. .membership is not based on a '; political concept, but a geographic one. It is China, the nation-state, which holds the seat, governments may be changed by coups, upheavals, elections or whatever, but the nation itself remains represented. Some Concept The same concept governs possession of the permanent seat in the Security Council. The question of an application of a "new" member does not arise. There is no such application. China as a geographical entitv alreaclv is a member. The United Nations simply is to decide which China is the rightful member: the mainland regime of 890 million people or the one on the island of Taiwan controlling about 15 million. May Have Leverage The U.S. resolution says the question of expelling Chiang is an "important" one requiring a two-thirds vote of the membership. If the majority of the assembly agrees that it. is an important question the United States will have some leverage. Conceivably it could win enough votes to prevent a two- thirds vote against. Taiwain. One way or the other, the world is due to learn in about three weeks the outcome of a question which has haunted the United Nations for two decades. Non-Gold Standard Would Hurt Language 'Silence is SDRen 9 Somehow Lacks Punch WASHINGTON (AP) — If the world's finance ministers succeed in replacing gold as the cornerstone of the international monetary system, the English language may never recover. The ministers, who met here are talking of supplanting gold with Special Drawing Rights, or SDR, an artificial asset that amounts to nothing more than a bookkeeping entry. Exactly what impact this would have on the monetary markets is a matter of considerable debate, but there's no question that switching from gold as the standard measure of worth would have an enormous influence on the language. Can't you hear Bing Crosby crooning it now? "When the blue of the night meets the SDR of the day . . ." Or "silver threads among the SDR . . ." "Silence is SDRen" somehow just doesn't have the ring. And what would you say of a bright young man on his way up? "Ev­ erything he touches turns to SDR?" Teachers would be telling the story of SDRlocks and the three bears. James Bond would be trying to catch SDRfinger. Benefactors worth their weight in SDR naturally would have hearts as pure as, in case you've forgotten, "Special Drawing Rights." People would get SDR fever, having forgotten the lesson learned at their mother's kne:\- "All that glitters is not SDR." Mothers also would teach the SDRen rule, and it would stand about the same chance its predecessor did anytime an SDRen opportunity arose. Nobody would kill a goose that lays a SDRen egg. Serious Business This is serious business with the world's finance ministers, who may yet decide that gold, indeed, is dead. Where are you, King Midas, now that we need you? Money Meet At an End WASHINGTON (AP) — The International Monetary Fund closed its most crucial meeting in 2? years Friday bv urging speedy realignment of money- exchange rates and breathing life into a plan for eventual wor'dwide monetary reform. The fund's board of governors unanimously adopted a resolution calling on the 118 member nations to establish, "a? promptly as possible ... a satisfactory structure of exchange rates ... together with the reduction of restrictive trade and exchange practices." Finance ministers of the major nations of the non-Communist world headed home to shape plans for forthcoming negotiations later this month on how to achieve currency realignment. There was no indication whether they agreed with a new United States' proposal to lift its 10 per cent import surcharge if they allowed their currencies to float freely in the marketplace against the dollar, a move that would achieve the upward revaluation of currencies the United States wants. 'Doggie Bingo' Club Won't Seek License Lega| Notices ("First Published In The Hutchinson News, September 25, 1971) IN THE PROBATE COURT OF RENO COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE MATTER OF ) THE ESTATE OF ) ) Case No. 7304 PHILLIP G. TEETER, ) DECEASED. ) NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR To the Creditors. Heirs, Devisees and Legatees of Phillip G. Teeter, deceased, and alf others concerned: You and each of you will take notice that on the 23 day of September. 1971, Clarence E. Hamilton was appointed Executor of the will of Phillip G. Teeter, deceased, and duly qualified as such Executor and letters testamentary were Issued to him on September 23, 1971, by the Probate Court of Reno County, Kansas. All parties interested in said estate will take notice and govern themselves accordinnly. AH creditors -re 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, rnd If their demands are not thus exhibited they shall be forever barred. CLARENCE E. HAMILTON Executor of the Will of Phillip G. Teeter, deceased. MARTINDELL, CAREY, HUNTER & DUNN 601 Wolcott Building Hutchinson, Kansas 67501 Attorneys for Executor 8-171 (First Published In The Hutchinson News, September 25, 1971) STATE OF KANSAS, COUNTY OF RENO, ss: IN THE PROBATE COURT OF RENO COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE MATTER OF ) THE ESTATE OF ) ) NO. 7010 MYRTLE DUNDAS, ) DECEASED ) NOTICE OF HEARING STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that a Petition has been filed in said Court by Calvin DeBus, administrator of the estate of Myrtle Dundas, deceased, praying for The Hutchinson News LOCAL CALLS 662-3311 Long Distance (in state) 316-662-1215 collect Main Office and Plant, 300 W. 2nd, Hutchinson CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES 9* Per Word (10 Words Minimum) : day—per word 1c 2 days—per word per day 9c 3 days—per word per day T^ic 4 days—per word per day Tie 5 days—per word per day 7e S days—per word per day *'sc 7 days—per word per day 4c 3 or » days—per word per day ... — 6c 10 thru 13 days—per word per day 5'je M thru 29 days—per word per day 5c 30 days—per word per day 4'jc Want Ads ordered for more than one day, but not running consecutively are charged at the one day rate. 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Business Bldgs. & Lots 90. Homes 91. Mobile Homes 92. Lots 8. Tracts 93. Farms 94. For Sale or Trade 95. Miscellaneous Real Estate 96. Real Estate Loans 99. Real Estate Board Announcements • 16 Special Notices l WILL Not be responsible for any debts or bills other than those made by me, personally. MILTON POSTIER PARENTS Without PARTNERS" (PWP) Membership Drive. If Interested, write Box 1292, Hutchinson. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS wili help those who sincerely desire to stop drinking, MO 3-9681. BEAUTY BY" Mary Kay "Cosmetics. Betty Priest, 642-8527, Route 3, Hutchinson, Kansas. 16 Special Notices "TH £ Hutchinson High' School" Band members, again this year, are selling magazine subscriptions to help finance band trips. Support the Band—buy a subscription! (Paid for by a Hutch High Band Fan). — ARE" YOU~ DO iN i G~EVERYTHfNG~"you should to find that better |ob? Start by checking today's Hutchinson News Classified Ads. Dial local 2-3311 or call operator collect 662-1215. Rcgcr Rents Dishes—Silverware LUZIER Cosmetics, foe products or Demonstrations 665-5143. Legal Notices final settlement of said estate, approval i fenses thereto on or before the 12th dav TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - The attorney representing a so- called "doggie bingo" operation proposed in Wichita said Friday he has decided not to resubmit — at least for now — an application for a private club license for the operation. State Sen. Bob W. Storey, R- Topeka, said he doesn't believe the Class A private club license is necessary for Ken's Klub, Inc., doing business as the Wichita GH Club, to launch its proposed doggie bingo. It's a Combination The plan is to combine bingo and greyhound racing, which the promoters believe would be legal under the state's 1971 bingo law, which legalizes gambling bingo and games to "comparable characteristics" when played by a nonprofit club. The Wichita club had sought the Class A private club license from the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board to prove nonprofit status. Withdrawn Earlier The club's application was withdrawn earlier this week 'after E.V.D. Murphy, state ABC director, informed Storey there were certain irregularities in the Wichita club's bv- laws. Storey had said the application would be ref'iled by today. Storey said the club has a tax exempt certificate from the federal Internal Revenue Service to prove its nonprofit status, and questioned whether it needed the Kansas Class A club liquor license as well to qualify under the bingo law. Doesn't Say So "No where in the bingo law doe's it say you must be a Class A private club," Story said. Storey said he had advised the club to go ahead and start their bingo-dog racing combination game at a track south of Wichita, but said he didn't know when the operators, plan to begin racing. Another state senator, Jack W. Robinson of Wichita, who was process agent on the club's ABC application, was quoted in Wichita as saying the club might launch its enterprise Saturday night of his accounts as administrator, allowance for attorney fees and expenses, and also that the Court determine the heirs of decedent and assign to them the real estate and personal property remaining in said estate, and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 18th day of October, 1971, at nine o'clock A.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, ludgment and decree will be entered In due course upon said petition. CALVIN DeBUS, Administrator ATTEST: E. VICTOR WILSON, Probate Judge RAUH, THORNE & ROBINSON 315 West 1st Street Hutchinson, Kansas 67501 Attorneys for Administrator 8472 (F Irst published In The~"Hutchlnson I News, September 25, 1971) IN THE PROBATE COURT OF RENO COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF MINA L. DIMMITT, DECEASED. NO. 7331 NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas To All Persons Concerned: You are hereby notified that a petlton has been filed In said Court by Thelma Adella Fluke, as a daughter, heir-at-law, legatee and devisee of Mlna L. Dimitt, deceased, praying for the admission to probate of the Will of Mlna L. Dimitt dated February 27, 1954, which is filed v/ith said petition, and for the appointment of Earl Fluke as Administrator C.T.A., and you are hereby reqiured to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 19th day of October, 1971, at 10:00 o'clock a.m., of said day, in said Court, in the City of Hutchinson in Reno County, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fall therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. THELMA ADELIA FLUKE, Petitioner. (SEAL) — Attest: E. VICTOR WILSON, Probate Judge. Roy E. Williams, Kingman, Kansas, Attorney for Petitioner 8449 STATE OF KANSAS ) RENO COUNTY ) SS: IN THE PROBATE COURT OF RENO COUNTY, KANSAS N THE MATTER OF ) | THE ESTATE OF ) DAISY A. WHITLOCK, ) No. 7020 DECEASED ) 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 Donald Keith Mahison, administrator of the estate of Daisy A. Whltlock, deceased, praying for final settlement of said estate, approval of his accounts as administrator, allowance for attorneys' fees and expenses, also that the court determine the heirs of said decedent and assign to them I the real estate and personal property re- jmainlng In said estate, and you are | hereby required to file your written de- of Oclober, 1971, at 9:30 o'clock A.M of 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 uopn said petition. DONALD KEITH MATTISON Administrator, Petitioner Attest: E. Victor Wilson Probate Judge (Seal) SNYDER AND ORCUTT Attorneys for Administrator 216 West 2nd Hutchinson, Kansas 67501 8453 (First published In The Hutchinson News on September 18, 1971) IN THE PROBATE COURT OF RENO COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE MATTER OF ) THE ESTATE OF ) VIOLET E. DOOLEY, ) Case No, 7279 DECEASED ) NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR To the Creditors, Heirs Devisees and Legatees of Violet E. Dooley, Deceased, and All Others Concerned: You and each of you will take notice that on the 7th day of September, 1971 Edna Chldester was appointed Executor of the Will of Violet E. Dooley, deceas ed, and duly qualified as such Execu tor and Letters Testamentary were Issued to her on September 7, 1971, by the Probate Court of Reno County, Kansas All parties Interested in said estate will take notice, and govern themselves accordingly. AM creditors are notified to exhibit their demands against the said estate within nine (9) 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. EDNA CHIDESTER, Executor of the Will of Violet E. Dooley, Deceased F. B. HETTINGER Attorney for Executor 8455 (First Published In The' Hutchinson News on September 25, 1971.) IN THE PROBATE COURT OF RENO COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE MATTER OF ) THE PERSON AND ESTATE) OF VINNIE MARY JAMES, ) No. 4108 AN INCAPACITATED ) PERSON. ) NOTICE OF HEARING STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed In said Court by Joel Lakln James, Jr. and Diana Lee James, conservators of the estate of Vlnnle Mary James, an Incapacitated person, praying for an order of the Court ordering the sale at public sale of the following- described real estate owned by said Incapacitated person, situated in Reno County, Kansas, to wit: Undivided Vt Interest in Lots 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, 21, 23, 25 and 27, North Main Street, Plevna, Reno County, Kansas; . Undivided Vi Interest in Lots 2, 4!, 6, 8, io and 12, Railroad Avenue West Plevna, Reno County, Kansas; Undivided U Interest In Lots 14, 14, 18, 20 , 22, 24, 26, 28, 30, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40 and 42, Railroad Avenue West, Plevna, Legal Notices Reno County) Kansas'; Undivided V? interest in Lots 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 and 11, Avenue "A" West, Plevna, Reno County, Kansas; Undivided % Interest In Lots 13, 15, 17, 19, 21, 23, 25, 27. 29, 31, 33, 35, 37, 39 and 41, Avenue "A" West, Plevna, Reno County, Kansas; Undivided Vt Interest In Lots 14, 14, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 30, 32, 34, 36, 31, 40 and 42, Avenue "A" West, Plsvni, Reno County, Kansas; Undivided Vi Interest In Lots 13, IS, 17 19, 21, 23, 25, 27, 29, 31, 33, 35, 37. 39 and 41, Avenue "B" West, Plevna, Reno County, Kansas; and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 19th day of October, 1971, at 19:00 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. JOEL LAKIN JAMES, JR. and DIANA LEE JAMES, Petitioners ATTEST: E. VICTOR- WILSON PROBATE JUDGE (SEAL) BRANINE, CHALFANT & HYTER Hutchinson, Kansas 67501 Attorneys for Petitioner 8470 the 1st day of (First Published 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 estaht 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 reasonable compensation be allowed 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 to 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, «t which time and place sard cause will be heard. Should you fall therein, ludgment and decree will be entered In due cours' upon said oetitlon. Vincent W. Hornbaker and Gerald O. Hornbaker, Attest: E. Victor Wilson Probate Judge (Seal) Branlne, Chalfant & Hyter Hutchinson, Kansas Attorneys for Petitioners 1494 i V

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