The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 6, 1971 · Page 18
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 18

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Wednesday, October 6, 1971
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i new addition to east HOth tno years ago was Central Christian High School. Looks to the Future Central Christian Expands (See Story Page 17) Central Christian High School will look both to the future and the past at its foundation banquet Friday. Everyone interested in the school is invited to attend at 7 p.m., said Ervin Adrian, of Buhler, dinner chairman. Speaker will be Vernon Bul- Ier, director of development at Grace Bible Institute, Omaha, j The school this year record- | ed an enrollment of 140, the highest in its 20 -year history, and established a junior high school with an enrollment of 16. Adrian, member of the board of directors since its 1948 beginning, recalled the early beginning of the high school at a meeting of Christian educators, headed by Rev. S. Mouttet of, Oklahoma. Rev. D. C. Pauls of the Inman Zoar Church, helped found the school. A Christian high school started at Inman had been disbanded earlier and the Inman backers supported the fresh start in Hutchinson. Walter Ediger was the first principal, serving seven years He is now at Central City, Neb veteran of 25 years in Christian education. Lyons to Get Direct Dial In February LYONS — Southwestern Bell Telephone subscribers here will have direct distance dailing (DDD) available to them sometime in February. Wayne Campbell, Hutchinson, Soutlnvestem Bel) manager, said the telephone company is spending nearly $39,000 at the local office to bring DDD into Lyons. "This feature will be added without an increase in local telephone rates," he said. The service will permit nearly 2,000 telephone customers to dial their own station- to-station long distance calls to more than 60,000 communities throughout the United States and Canada. "With access to the nationwide switching network, Lyons customers will be able to dial direct to more than 95 million telephones when DDD becomes available here," he said. The telephone company is expected to announce the specific date when Lyons customers can begin using DDD within the near future. Missouri's Outstate Voters Reject Parimutuel Betting ST. LOUIS (AP) - Legalized parimutuel betting on horse races was defeated in Missouri's special election Tuesday because of a heavy outstate uprising against it. But a $150 million water pollution bond issue won a smashing victory by almost 275,000 votes and three other constitutional amendments also passed easily. One will enlarge home rule powers of cities over 5,000 that adopt charters, one lets second class counties keep their prevailing maximum tax rates until they reach full first class status and the other lets all veterans, instead of just Mb sourians, enjoy veterans' preference grades on merit system examinations. Focus On Betting The controversial parimutuel belting plan drew the most votes, a total of about 550,000— far less than the 700,000 total vote predicted by Sec. of State James C. Kirkpatrick. With 99 per cent of the precincts tabulated, the count was 254,239 for the proposal and 295,963 against it. Outstate, two out of every three voters cast their ballots against it and the 60-40 vote for it in the Kansas City and St. Louis metropolitan areas was not enough to counter the negative outstate balloting. Dr. Martin Greenberg was not dismayed. He is St. Louis County Democratic chairman and one of the leading campaigners for the proposal. He said the defeat was not overwhelming and predicted the plan could carry the next time around if it is presented when more city voters turn out and if it carries built in safeguards, against dishonesty or corruption. Greenberg blamed religious influences, "scare tactics" and "strangely timed" disclosures of irregularities at St. Louis race tracks for Tuesday's defeat. Thousands of Missourians regularly bet on the ponies at two Illinois tracks across the Mississippi River from St. Louis. Education Fund TEL AVIV (AP) - A $10 million educational fund to aid the underprivileged has been established by the American Friends of the Hebrew University and the Israeli government. Although the school was started by Mennonitcs, it is non-denominational in acceptance of students. The first building for the school was the former Soda Ash plant. A new building on East 30th lias been occupied two years, but construction contin ues on additional facilities. New this year are the stage, a music studio and athletic office, a printing room with darkroom facilities, new porches at tbe front doors, another administrative office and additional public rest rooms. An athletic field is being com pleted on the 22-acre campus to accommodate a football field and quarter mile track. A new road has bee,n constructed on the west and north sides of the campus, for development to the north with additional cottage- type dormitories, faculty homes and possibly a Christian elementary school program. The school will play its first home game Thursday at the Trinity High School field with Galva. The foundation banquet is a part of the meeting of the Midwest Association of Evangelical Schools here Friday and Saturday. Gas Poses Danger c DRUMWRIGHT, Okla. (AP) — Leaking inflammable gas early Tuesday caused police to block highways and warn residents to cut off pilot lights and other flames. State Highways 33 and 99 east of Drumwright were blocked from 2:13 a.m. until 5:09 a.m. Traffic was diverted around the junction a mile east of here. About 20 persons living near the Amoco Pipeline Co. storage area were warned of the danger and most of them left their homes. Ellis Voters Reject New High School ELLIS — Voters rejected a $1.66 million high school bond issue for a new Kllis High School Tuesday. The vote stood at 504 against| construction and 396 for it Tuesday night. There were 37 voters ages 18 to 21 registered, most of them receiving absentee ballots which were not counted Tuesday night. Even if all of them should vote affirmative, the issue still would bo defeated by nearly 100 votes. "It's discouraging to say the | least," commented R. D. Rora- b a u g h, superintendent of schools. He said he feels the decision will restrict the educational opportunity for students. "The old building is just | not functional," lie said. The 41 - year - old building serves 258 students. If the new building had passed, educators planned to extend the present 48 courses offered to 60 with an emphasis on foreign language and vocational, training. Hutchinson News Wednesday, Oct. 6, 1971 Page 19 Although the older building | hasn't been condemned, the school had been told it must do something about the building or face "serious jeopardy of losing accreditation from the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary |Schools," Rorabaugh said. Of the nearly 1,100 persons eligible to vote, 937 went to the polls. The bond issue lost by eight votes in the city of Ellis and by nearly 100 votes in the county. It was the second election on the proposal, which was defeated 695 to 310 in 1969 when the proposal was $500,000 larger. Retire Teachers Schedule Speaker Mrs. Marion Smith, officer in the National Retired Teachers Association, will speak to the the Hutchinson Area Retired Teachers Association at the South Hutchinson Methodist Church Nov. 13. , Executive board members of | the local organization, headed by Mrs. Esther Wheeler, 122 West 18th, president, include: L. A. Noll, Will Billingsley, • J. B. Garrison, John Payne, Rosco-2 Coyne, Mrs. Olga Smith, Mrs. Wiletta McFadden, Mrs. , Elna Dade, Dorothy Lauver.j Grace Casebolt, Ruth Williams, Willa Holland and Mrs. Fran- 1 ces Arganbright. Strong vs. Strongest Tessas. Dexol has more active bleaching ingredient than any other safety bleach. Yet Dexol is completely safe for bright colors, permanent press, and even the most delicate synthetics. And because it's free of phosphates, it's also safe for the water. Dexol. Cup for cup, it has more of what you buy a bleach for. SAVINGS Shopping at FITZGERALD'S is great ANYTIME! You'll always find our clean, bright store well stocked with the quality brand loods yuo want. Our helpful personnel Is always ready to assist you. and you'll like our LOW, LOW PRICES! There's NO FREEZE ON SERVICE, NO FREEZE ON SAVINGS ... at FITZGERALD'S. U.S.D.A. Aged Mature Beef Chuck Roast Blade Cut (b 53c 7-Bone lb 63c Arm Cut ,,, 73c Boneless lb 79c Chuck Steak Thics Lb. 59c Lb. 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