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CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1. Paper fasteners 6. Quonset hut 12. Myrrh 13. Beautiful bird 14. Of variations in tempi 16. Circle the earth 17. Hunter's limit 18. Caddoan 20. Aviator's record 22. Floral wreath 23. Brown kiwi 26. Less 28. Conclude r IT 17 26 M6 SO 53 17 P 30. Nurse 31. About 32. Honey 34. Mrs. Meir 36. Recolor 38. Thickened fruit juice •40. Sunburn 41.Cent 44, Restrain 46. After song 48. Describe 50. Salt marsh 52. Relative 53.Score 54. Beginning DOWN 1. Horseshoe or fiddler r Gran •moH ana HEJH SDI113H racoon DHLH •ann nsra „ nan nnnns ana nans urun HZ. For timt 29 min. Hi 5 1 Polygon with equal angles 4. Porker 5. Cut 6. Refusal 7. Housewife's chore 27 ST 2T za '6 MS 52. AP Newifeofurei SOLUTION OF SATURDAY'S PUZZLE 2. Lawfulness 8. Ancestor 9. Serious 10. Yale 11. Yield 15. Wolframite 19. Small 21. Russian department store 24. Military weapons 25. Items of interest 26. Furious 27. Satan 29. Dowry 33. Prune 35. Women 37. French school 39. Flower plot 42. Norse god 43. Nevada resort 45. Sports rally 46. Superlative ending 47. Handle roughly 49. Skin diver's gear 51. Affirmative vote 19 2T 35 *4 3e» ^5 To Restore Welfare Cuts Janssen Urges Special Session 10 -4 Hirohito Tours The Louvre PARIS (AP) - Emperor Hirohito of Japan and his wife, Empress Nagako, toured the Louvre Sunday, second day of their visit to the French capi­ tal. A small crowd waved and cheered the royal couple as they left their hotel on the Place de la Concorde for the short drive to the museum. What is a compact bank? By WAYNE LEE News Associate Editor LYONS - With an eye on the winter months ahead, State Sen. Jack Janssen, D-Lyons, Monday implored Gov. Robert Docking to review the possibility of a special session of the Legislature to restore cuts in the welfare budget. "As the days pass it will become increasingly difficult for our aged, disabled and dependent children to survive. The winter months require more food, clothing and fuel," Janssen wrote in a letter mailed Saturday to Docking. The welfare budget was cut twice this year. First Docking reduced the recommendations of the welfare department and then the Legislature cut the level of spending to exactly the same as the year before. As a result, by law, welfare recipients in all categories saw an overall cut of 20 per cent in their checks. Some checks were cut up to 40 per cent, depending on the makeup of the payment. In the letter, Janssen asked the governor to call a meeting of legislative leaders to see if "there might be some grounds for agreement if you were to call a special session to consider additional funding-of the welfare budget." Work Out Details In a Sunday interview, Janssen said he believes the cuts can be restored if the governor and the leadership get together to work out the details before a special session is called. He said jthat a deadline of, say, three days might be set. I know a special session "If they really believe there are a lot of abusers around, they could still cut their checks without cutting the checks of the old, the dependent children and the disabled if they changed that law," Janssen said. But he also noted that many of the able-bodied persons on the welfare rolls now are there through no fault of their own. "The economic thing is not just Kansas' problem. There are those who say there are plenty of jobs available if people will just look around, but if you don't have the money it is hard to look around," Janssen said. In the letter to Docking, Janssen wrote: "The drastic cuts made in the past session were not at your request but it is difficult for me to understand how we legislators can go around the country boasting our *reat state when we fail to take 'are of our unfortunate citizens who have no way of helping themselves. "Cost of a special session is high, but I believe we, as lawmakers, owe the citizens of the state a chance to live, not just survive." Cost $12,000 Per Day Cost of a special session has been estimated at $12,000 a day. "We could restore the cuts without raising additional revenue at the special session because we are discovering there is enough of a surplus to get us by next year if we don't do any­ thing. I feel we have to something," Janssen said. do Docking proposed a disallowance of federal deductions from state income tax, for corporations only, at the 1971 session. The lawmakers rejected the proposal on the grounds that it would unduly hurt Kansas businesses. "There may be some who say it is only three months until the Legislature meets anyway, but look at those three months. The cuts may not sound so bad to the general public but when you stop to think what a few dollars is to the old and the disabled and the dependent child, it's sickening," Janssen said. "These are the people who have no voice at the legislature. Their small budgets just don't include someone to lobby for them. I'm sure politically that a call for a special session is the wrong thing to do, because it is an issue that is hard for some people to understand, Janssen said. "But if you're interested in people you have to do what you feel is right. People should go out and see what this is doing to the people who have no voice in what has happened. I don't really think the public — given all the facts — really wants the legislature to let this happen. I just feci we've got to do some thing," Janssen said. How They Voted WASHINGTON - How Kansas members of Congress voted on roll calls last week: HOUSE Bill authorizing 2-year exten sion of the antipoverty projects of the Office of Economic Opportunity at a cost of $5.3 billion including a new child development program — passed 251 to 115. For — All from Kansas except as listed. Against — Sebelius (R-Kan.) Amendment for a care and development program for children costs money, but Ithink it could iJ I . wo r ^jn °^.v w, * l S ,g| be done. And if the lawmakers WW 1,mlted to families with an • It's a small bank with big ideas on how to serve .you better. COMB BANK NG NORTH GATE NATIONAL BANK CT 601 East 30th7 663-1201 / Hutchinson had to live for just one week on what some of these old people are hoving to live on, if they could visualize that, I think something would be done," Janssen said. Janssen noted that State Welfare Director Robert Harder had warned the lawmakers that under state law, all welfare recipients would be hurt, not just the able-bodied, by the cuts. The budget for able- bodied recipients is a very small part of the overall budget. IRREGULARO DUE TO LACK Of FOOD) " BULK IN YOUR DIET • , BRAN T&BwjffS BUDS* He was born 3 hours ago. He weighs 4 1 /. pounds. The problem is, he'll live. Congratulations, Dad. You have a beautiful baby. He'll never play with the beads on his crib. He won't hold up his arms for you to pick him up. He won't even notice you're there. For a few moments at birth, oxygen didn't get to part of his brain. That part doesn't work. Part of his body doesn't function. Thenameforitis cerebral palsy. If this were the worst case, your son would have no mind at all. In other cases, he might have the IQ of a genius'in a helpless body. Your boy is somewhere in between. At the age of 30, he may still have the mind of an 8-year- old. Treatments to teach him to do a few simple things for him self will take every cent you have. And finding a place in life for him—even as a messenger boy- will be harder than training an engineer. Maybe you'll say it's God's will. Maybe you'll say it's just one of those things. You find your own way to live with it. We can't cure your boy yet. But we've already found ways to help prevent this condition in others. There are even a few faint clues that may lead to medical help for some who have it. And we can help out now with treatments and care—if somebody helps us. We hope you're somebody. To help us fight cerebral palsy, give to the UNITED FUND. UNITED FUND OF RENO CO. N ThJs Ad Contributed by The Hutchinson News income not exceeding $4,300 an nually—agreed to, 186 to 183. For — Roy (D-Kan.) Against — All others from Kansas. Amendment limiting eligibility to participate in child care and development program to fami lies with annual income $4,320 instead of $6,690 — agreed to 191 to 180. For — Sebelius, Shriver, Skubitz, Winn, Kansas Republicans. Against — Roy (D-Kan.) SENATE Amendment of Mansfield (D- Mont.) providing for withdrawal of U.S. forces from Indo-China within six months provided American prisoners of war are released — adopted 57 to 38. For — Pearson (R-Kan.) Against — Dole (R-Kan.) Amendment of Nelson (D-Wis.) reducing authorization for research and development for the Navy's Project Sanguine communications system by $2 million — adopted 44 to 42. Against — Pearson and Dole. Amendment of Proxmire (D- Wis.) to terminate the F14 aircraft program by deleting the 806.1 million-dollar authorization —rejected, 28 to 61. Bar Members Meet in Hutchinson Nearly 85 members of the,' Southwest Kansas Bar Association met Saturday in the Hilton ballroom for their fall meeting. Eugene White, general counsel for the Dillon Company, spoke during the morning on the corporation code. The pros and cons of no-fault insurance were presented during the afternoon. Professor William Kelly, University of Kansas, presented the pro side, and Pat Kelly, Wichita attorney, presented the con side. Friday night, the lawyers, from some 33 southwest Kansas counties, were entertained with a party given by the Hutchinson National Bank. Bob Southern, Great Bend, is president of the organization, J and John Hayes, 106 Crescent, is vice president. The annual meeting for the Toup will be held in December i Dodge City. Actress Weds DALLAS, Tex. (AP) - Dorothy Malone, the Oscar -winning actress, has married Charles Huston Bell, a Dallas motel chain executive. Miss Malone, 45, perhaps best known for her four years in the television series "Peyton Place," married Bell on Saturday. A resident of Dallas most of her life, Miss Malone won her Oscar in 1996 for her performance in "Written on the Wind." Friend In Need NEEDS A HOME — This poodle-mix puppy is one of the many animals available for adoption at the Humane Welfare Association's kennels, 3501 Stewart. Two First Prizes In Tip Contest The News tip contest which seems to suffer from feast or famine, had a feast last week. Of the 29 entries, judges first picked 11 which they would have liked to have placed in the three winning positions. Due to the difficulties involved, the judges decided to give two first prizes. Receiving $10 will be Mrs. Roy E. Crabtree, Utica, and Mrs. Everett Finlay, Box 87, Meade. Mrs. Crabtree was the first of four persons to call The News about a robbery that took place Tuesday night at the Citizens State Bank, Utica. Mrs. Finlay, called The News about residents of the Sunrise Plaza Subdivision in Meade getting their Christmas lights on their houses last week — much to the chagrin of bank president Clark Bird who will be the last to get his lights up for the second year and will have to buy dinner for all his neighbors. The $5 second prize goes to Mrs. Leroy Fenwick, 928 North Jackson, Pratt, who told The News about a shipwreck at Wilson Reservoir and Mike Dipman's swim for help despite infected ears. Mrs. Judy Kennedy, 802 Herald, receives the third prize of $3 for alerting The News to some youths who, Evel Knievel style, had built a ramp and were jumping trash cans with their bicycles. Honorable Mentions Honorable mention goes to: Stiles Franklin, Utica; Mrs. Clara B. Horn, Utica; Mrs. Iris Schoets, Utica; Loretta McChristian, Lewis; Mrs. Arlin Foss, 127 West 6th, South Hutchinson; Mrs. Dale Hochstetler, Hesston; Mrs. Marjorie Streiff, Plains; Mrs. Rhea Arnold Everett, Little River; Mrs. Ivan Anderson, 402 South Maple, South Hutchinson. Mrs. Don Ketchum, 400 Howard; Skip Chappelle, 14 East 28th; Mrs. Raymond Thiessen, 317 East 2nd; Larry Poplin, 1007 East 9th; Norman Fenton, 1411 Pleasant; Lori Brewer, 1807 North Monroe; Becky Lousch, 502 West 30th; J. D. Rush, 323 East 12th; Mrs. Frieda Gumber, Great Bend; Bob Anderson, 1801 North Jefferson; Mrs. Fleta Hinkle, Great Bend; John Price, 404 Crescent; John Josserand, Johnson; Sister Mildred Eakes, Lamed. The News tip contest is on again and you could win a portion of the $18 in prizes offered weekly. If you see or hear of news happening, just call The News collect at MO 2-3311 or write to The News, 300 West 2nd. Says Medical Costs Will Be Controlled People In the News Her Feel Best DANVILLE, Vt. (AP) — Nan cy Pulsifer of Mere Point, Maine, forsaking a divining rod in favor of her fingertips, has been declared the winner of the annual contest of the American Society of Dowsers. Mrs. Pulsifer turned up a bag of 50 Kennedy half dollars hid den under an old board near Town Hall. Finding the bag was the object of the contest and keeping the bag was the winner's re ward. While several hundred con testants used divining rods or other implements to look for the bag. knowing only that it was somewhere near the village green, Mrs. Pulsifer set out on her search bare handed. "She said she found the mon ey with feelings she got through her fingertips," explained Paul Sevegny, treasurer of the dow sers' organization. Dowsers claim to be able to find underground water and metal objects with divining rods—usually forked sticks— which are pulled earthward by the object they are seeking. Proposes Fast VATICAN CITY (AP) Pope Paul VI has asked those of all faiths to observe a day of prayer and fasting next Sunday for the eight million East Pakistan refugees. Pope Paul VI Underlining an appeal to donate food, clothing, medicine and money to help the refugees, the Pope told a crowd in St. Peter's Square on Sunday, "The world's sense of humanity must be awakened." Ed Now 25 WASHINGTON (AP) - Edward Cox, husband of Tricia Nixon, celebrated his 25th birthday at a quiet family dinner at Camp David, Md. Legal Notices fh* same to them In accordance with the will of Charles A. Spohn, deceased, and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 13th day of October, 1971, at 10 o'clock a.m. of said day in said court in the city of Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas 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. Hutchinson National Bank and Trust Company By: Shirley Lang, Trust Officer Attes: E. Victor Wilson Probate Judos (Seal) Aubrey V. Earhart I Attorney for Executor 5 East Avenue "A" Hutchinson, Kansas 67501 84*0 fFlrst Published In The Hutchinson News, Monday, October 4, 1971) STATE OF KANSAS RENO COUNTY, SS: IN THE PROBATE COURT OF SAID COUNTY AND STATE IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF WILLIAM E. CUTLER, Deceased. . Case No. 7334 NOTICE OP HEARINO The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed In said court by Sarah J. Cutler, widow and heir at law of William E. Cutler, deceased, praying for the appointment of =n administrator of the estate of William E. Cutler, deceased, and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 26th day of October, 1971, at 10:00 o'clock A.M. of said day, In said court, In the city of Hutchinson, In said county and state, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, iudgment and decree will be entered In due course upon said petition. SARAH J. CUTLER, Petitioner ATTEST: (SEAL) E. VICTOR WILSON Probate Judge SHIELDS & BENNINGTON St. John, Kansas Attorneys for Petitioner 8493 FirsT published In The Hutchinson News September 20, 1971 IN THE PROBATE COURT OF RENO COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE MATTER OF ) THE CONSERVATORSHIP OF ) WINNIE REED. ) No. 6206 NOTICE OF HEARINO The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed In said Court by Thomas I. Powers, Jr. and Volma Kltch, conservators of the estate of Winnie Reed, praying for an order for the sal* of the following described real estate belonging to said Winnie Reed for the purpose of support and maintenance of said conservatee: Lot 5 and the West 2 feet of Lot 6, Block 3, Ellsworth and Lawton's Third Addition, City of Hutchinson, Kansas, and you are hereby required to file your written defenses-thereto on or before the 16th day of October, 1971, at 9:30 o'clock a.m. on said date. In said Court In the City of Hutchinson, Reno County, Kan sas, at which time and place such cause will be heard. Should you fall therein, Iudgment and decree will be entered In due course on said petition. THOMAS I. POWERS, JR. VOLMA KITCH, Petitioners GILLILAND, HAYES A GOERING 212 Wolcott Building Hutchinson, Kansas Attorneyrs for Petitioners 8454 "(First published In The Hutchinson News on the 20th day of September, 1971) IN THE PROBATE COURT OF RENO COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE) ESTATE OF MAE BAL- ) Case No. 7316 LARD QUERFELD, ) Deceased ) NOTICI OF HEARINO THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that a pe tltion has been filed In said Court by the undersigned, an heir at law of Ma* Ballard Querfetd, deceased, praying that M. E. Chalfant be appointed as administrator of the estate of said decedent, and that Letters of Administration be granted to him upon qualifying as provided by law, and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 12th 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, iudgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. KARL R. QUERFELD, Petitioner ATTEST: E. VICTOR WILSON PROBATE JUDGE (Seal) BRANINE, CHALFANT «. HYTER Hutchinson, Kansas Attorneys for Petitioner No. 1457 fage 9 The Hutchinson News Monday, October 4, 1971 Want Ads Announcements 16 Special Notices NO PLACE to Go With Your Old Newspapers? if not, drop them off at The News Plaza, and they will be sold for recycling into paper products. A red and white trailer with the slogan "Re-Use The News" Is the depository. Ot course any old newspapers will be accepted. This is a public service of The News. Proceeds will go to the Reno County Environmental Protection Committee. BE A DECISION MAKER! Decide to sell something you no longer want with a Hutchinson News Want Ad. Dial nowl Local 2-3311 or call operator collect 6621215. "I~WILL Not be responsible for - any debts or bills other than those made by me, personally. MILTON POSTIER _ AL03HODCS - A'NONYMOUS wlil help those who sincerely desire to stop drinking, MO 3-96BK _ E LEC TR6LU X—Authorized Sales aria Service. Alvin Fry, 2015 North Main. MO 5-6025. ~ BEAUT Y~by MARY KAY Cosmetics. Betty Priest, 662-8527, 5-5723. Route 3, Hutchinson, Kansas. PAPER DRIVE "TOMORROW Oct. 5, 8 a.m. til 1 p.m. TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL Reger Rents Rollaway Beds 17 Coming Events BTG - GTWTRSE SALE—3100 Northwestern, Tuesday, October 5th, 8:30 • 2:00. Antiques, electric typewriter, light fixtures, door and rubber floor molding, dishes, exercise machine, fur coat, maternity clothes, baby equipment, luggage, 6 volt battery (new), wig, camera (35 mm). Clothes for all ages. Miscellaneous. "RUMMAGE - s7 ^EnSSTW *tt B, Oetobir 4, 5, 6, 10 a.m. till dark. Clothing, women's dresses size 24'/a down. Jewelry, furniture, tools, dishes, miscellaneous. ~IIUMMAGE"SALE - —~ vic^ayT - tuiidiy —October 4th • 5th. 8 a .m. • 6 p.m. Antique rocker - table. Baby clothing. 3123 North Walnut. PARKING LOT SALE: Antiques, Clothing, Jewelry, Flower pots. Miscellaneous. Monday, October 4th, 612 North Adams. TTOVfNG~SALE^bctober 4lh - 5trTN *v£ Used. New quilts and cnlldrens dresses. Miscellaneous. 1231 East A. _ Tuesday, October Mitchell RUMMAGE SALE 5th, 910 South Main, 8 a.m. Chapel Church, OUR LADY "of G uadaTupe Rummag* Sale, Monday, Tuesday, 9 - 5. 201 East E, Hutchinson. CHURCH FLEA Market, Thursday * a.m., October 7th. 401 East F. — SALE—9W~Soum — Maln7~Tue^ bor 5th after 5 p.m.—All day October 6-7. RUMMAGE SALE: Lots of nice Items. 9 to 6. Tuesday October 5. 712 East A. ' RUMMAGE ~SACE ^«r to - ^"Tuesday - Wednesday. 1610 East 2nd. 18 Lost & Found FOUND: Black female Greyhound near Jrd and Poplar. 64J-2584, "LOST. DIAMOND from a ring. l~clraf". Family heirloom. Reward. 2-7954. '>OUND~B"oy's _ 6lu* - 26-iriT>1cycl*. T» Identfy call 5-5873. Edward Cox His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cox Sr., joined the young couple for a Saturday night dinner at the mountaintop hideaway which serves as a White House retreat for President Nixon. WASHINGTON (AP) - The secretary of Health,. Education and Welfare said Sunday the Nixon administration plans to include controls on hospital and doctors' costs in Phase 2 of the new economic program. Secretary Elliot L. Richardson said since Nixon announced his program Aug. 15 to stem inflation and unemployment, the department has been working with the Cost of Living Council on sanctions for after the wage- price freeze ends. "Because the very rapid rate these costs have been rising year after year, we do intend to include specific measures to deal with them," Richardson said. He gave no specifics. FarisPTAWill Meet Tuesday Paris School PTA will hold a special meeting at 7 :30 pm Tuesday to hand out Block Mother signs. Mrs. Roger Tomlin, 605 East 8th, is in charge of the project. Legal^Notices (First publishedTn The Huteh'lnson ""rTew5 September 20, 1971) IN THE PROBATE COURT OF RENO COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF v No. 6867 CHARLES A. SPOHN, DECEASED NOTICI OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR PINAL SITTLIMINT State of Kansas to all person* concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed In said court by the Hutchinson National Bank and Trust Company, executor of the will of Charles A. Spohn, deceased, praying for final settlement of said estate; approval of hi* acts, proceedings and account* as such executor; allowance for executor's and attorney's f **t and expanse* and also praying that the court determine th* heirs, devisees and legatees entitled to said slat* and the proportion or part thereof to which each i* entitled and distribute and assign (First published in The Hutchinson News September 20, 1971) STATE OF KANSAS ) COUNTY OF RENO ) SS: IN THE PROBATE COURT OF SAID COUNTY AND STATE IN THE MATTER OF THE ) ESTATE OF ORPHA O. ) MENDENHALL, (a/k/a Orpha ) No. 7021 Orllla Mendenhall, a/k/a Rilla ) Mendenhall), DECEASED. ) NOTICE OF HEARINO THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that a Petition has been filed in said Court by the Cen tral Stat* Bank of Hutchinson, Kansas administrator of th* estate of Orpha O. Mendenhall, deceased, praying for final settlement of said estate, approval of its account* a* administrator, allowance for It* services, attorney's fee* and expenses, alto that th* Court determine the heirs of said decedent and assign to them all property, both real and personal, remaining In said estate, and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before th* 14th day of October, 1971, at 9 :00 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 fall therein, |udg*n*nt and decree will be entered In due course upon said Petition. CENTRAL STATE BANK, Hutchinson, Ks. Administrator, Petitioner WEINLOOD, COLE, OSWALT & SHAFFER 603-608 First National Bank Bldg. Hutchinson, Kansas MOhawk 2-0221 \ Attorney* for Administrator, Petitioner 8459 BP LEGAL FOR INSERT THREE CON- SEC MONDAYS—BEGIN SEPT 27th IN THE PROBATE COURT OF RENO COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE MATTER OF ) THE GUARDIANSHIP AND ) NO. 6476 CONSERVATORSHIP OF ) LORETTA JOHNSON ) NOTICI OF HEARINO TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You ar* hereby notified that a Petition has been filed In said Court by Raymond F. Berkley, Conserator for Loretta Johnson, an Incapacitated person, praying for an order for a sale of the following described real estate belonging to said estate for the purpose of paying the debts and expenses of administration and the care of the conservatee, to-wlt: The South 85 feet of lots 104 and 106, First Avenue West, Original Town Site, Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas and you ar* hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 19th day of October, 1971, at 11:00 o'clock A.M. of said day. In said Court, In the city of Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fall therein, iudgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. RAYMOND F. BERKLEY Conserator of Loretta Johnson HESS, CRONHARDT, LESLIE «, BERKLEY 1201 North Main Street Hutchinson, Kansas 67501 Attorneys for Conservator No. 8473 Legal Notices " (First published" in - "the^HuTcWso^^^ News, September 27, 1971) STATE OF KANSAS, RENO COUNTY, Ss: IN THE PROBATE COURT OF SAID COUNTY AND STATE IN THE MATTER OF ) THE ESTATE OF ) HUBBARD O. STOCKWELL, ) NO. 7261 a-k-a H. O. STOCKWELL, ) DECEASED. > NOTICE OF HEARINO THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that a PETITION has been filed In said Court by The First National Bank, Executor of the Estate of Hubbard O. Slockwell, a-k-a H. O. Stockwell, deceased, praying for an order for the sale of the following described real estate belonging to said estate, for the payment of certain demands allowed against said estate, to-wlt: Lots Seven (7), Eight (8) and Nine (9) Block Nineteen (19), HIGHLAND ADDITION TO THE CITY OF HUTCHINSON, RENO COUNTY, KANSAS; and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 20th day of October, 1971, at 9:00 o'clock A.M. of said day, in said Court, In the City of Hutchinson, Reno County,. Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, Iudgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said PETITION. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF HUTCHINSON, Executor of the Estate of Hubbard O. Stockwell, a-k-a H. O. Stockwell, Deceased. ATTEST: E. VICTOR WILSON, Probate Judge RAUH, THORNE & ROBINSON 315 West 1st Street Hutchinson, Kansas 67501 Attorneys for Executor No. 8474 <~FiFst^ubfirhedTri~fhe Hutchinson" News September 20, 1971.) IN THE PROBATE COURT OF RENO COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF HENRY F. MILLER, No. 6861 DECEASED NOTICE OF HEARINO ON PETITION FOR FINAL SETTLEMENT State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You ar* hereby notified that a petition has been filed in said court by Lena E. Miller, executor of the will of Henry F. Miller, deceased, praying for final settlement of said estate; approval of her acts, proceedings and accounts as such executor; allowance for attorney's fees and expenses and also praying that the court determine the heirs, devisees and legatees entitled to said estate and the proporton or part thereof to which each Is entitled and distribute and assign th* same to them In accordance with the will of Henry F. Miller, deceased, and you ar* hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before th* 15th day of October, 1971 at 10:00 o'clock a .m. of said day in said court In th* city of Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas at which time and place said cause will b* heard. Should you fail therein, Iudg­ ment and decree will be entered In due course upon said petition. LENA E. MILLER Petitioner and Executor Attest: E. VICTOR WILSON Probate Judge Seal AUBREY V. EARHART Attorney for Executor 5 East Avenue "A" Hutchinson, Kansas No. 8441 f

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