The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 6, 1971 · Page 50
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 50

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Wednesday, October 6, 1971
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Daily Transcript Transcript Hospitals NORTH HOSPITAL BIRTHS Glrt» — Mr. and Mrs. Lorry E. Mon- Mnvon,. 21 Detroit, South Hutchinson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James B. Frank, NlckerJOn, Monday. Boy* — Mr. and Mrs. Stephen L. Reese, 108 South Reno, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Donald D. Wiggins, 3204 North Walnut, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Chron- Ister, I»3 East 8th, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. William Anthony, Jr., 1600 West 4th Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Mauck, 3309 North Waldron, Tuesday. The Courts MAGISTRATE Traffic — Ivan F. Schmld, Beloit, Wis. speeding, $30. Doris E. Bernhardt, Lyons, speeding, $13. Karen R. Bibbs, RFD 3, speeding, $12. Ross J. Clyborne, 90S East 31st, speeding, $11. Terry L. Green, Kan- sat City, speeding, $2". Donald M. Boyer, ?15 College, no valid operator's cllonse, •20. Frank W. Janrz, LaJunta, Colo., speeding, $30. Jerry L. Hllburn, Independence, Mo., speeding, $20. Lawrence F. Corey, San Jose, Calif., speeding, $20. George E. Jeffrey, Valley Center, speeding, $10. Boyce W. Jones, Dodge City, speeding, $13. Robert C. Wade, Mayflcld, speeding, $10. Daniel E. Helmer, Augusta, speeding, $10. Alexander Rodle, Jr., Oakley, speeding, $11. Connie J. Long, 5 RIceland, speeding, $15. Mark Depper- schrnWt, LaCrosse, speeding, $11. Willis H. Morris, Kingman, speeding, $14. Earl R. Billlngsley, Wichita, speeding, $11. Gregory G. Manning, Assarlo, speeding, $19. Jerry D. Carter, Wichita, no KCC authority, $10. Herbert L. Stanton, Jr., Wichita, speeding, S10. John L. Woodruff, South Hutchinson, speeding, $13. Other — Madee Smith, 205 North Elm, no valid fishing license in possession, $5. DISTRICT Criminal — Ricky Blackburn pleads guilty to theft of tools, 1 to 10 years, parol* denied. DIVORCES Granted — Janet Smyth from Richard L. Smyth. Plaintiff restored to former nam* of Janet Rose. Marriage Licenses of 29th Parkway between Laz/ Lane and 27th. Lizzie Bartel et al„ to Herbert G. and Martha Franz, one lot In Buhler. Orvin Verle and Rowena G. Taylor to Lawrence Eugene Roher, two lots and part of another on south side of llfh between Elm and Plum. Warren E. and I la L. McCammond to Charles I. and Velma J. Davis, part of two lots on north side of ?th between Poplar and Maple. Fred and Mamie E. Belgard to Everett V. Ruby et al„ two lots on southeast corner of Blh and Ford. Russell E. and Dorothy J. Skelton to Thomas C. and Belva J. Swain, one lot and part of another on couth side of 13th between Poplar and Maple. Glenn V. and Grace P. Ely to Country sldo West Inc., two lots on west side of Normandy Road between Idlewlld Drive and 32nd Terrace. Clarence and Verna Ollenburger to Mil ford R. and Lola Joan Lohrontz, a tract adlolnlng Buhler. George S. Flecson to Fred S. Moser and Carlos E. Moser, 160 acres about 2Vt miles north of Abbyville. Mabel I. Rossoo to K. E. and Betty I. McCrelght, part of two lots on west side of Mcadowlark Lane between 22nd and 23rd. Leo J. and Alice E. Koestel to Mabel I. Rossoe, part of three lots on south side of 17th between Jefferson and Madison. Sandra A. Melland, administrator, to Terry Messing, two lots on southeast corner of llth and Cochran. Charles Heidebrecht, sheriff, to Valley Federal Savings & Loan Association of Hutchinson, one lot and part of another on north side of 2nd between Pershing and Severance. Southern Extrusions Inc. to Hov/met Corporation, one lot on northwest corner of 13th and Grand. Rowland Agency Inc. to C. R. and Claramae Larcom, eight lots about one- half mile east and one-half mile south of Medora. Water Inc. to Leo I. Johnson, about 184 acres about one-half mile west and seven miles north of central Hutchinson. Harold and Wanda Grecnwald to Donald V. and Beverly A. Hendry, part of two lots on north side of 1st between Ford and Pershing. 55, RFD 1, and M. 214 East B, South Byron A. Eastman, Elizabeth Crabbs, 48, Hutchinson. Dean Allen Chapman, 24, 1505 East 3rd, and Nancy Jean Clarkson, 21, 1415 East 3rd. Coming and Going Arriving—Paul D. Carroll from Pretty Prairie to 719 East 1st. Linda M. Rlffel from Sallna to 34 Halsey. Bill M. Pauley from Sapulpa, Oklo., to 311 East F. Jimmi* 0. Reford from Lyons to 10 Osage Road. Joe O. Gross from Mt. Hopo to 200 Walker. Leaving—William P. Turney from 303 West 13th to Nlckerison. Rev. David Darker from 5600 Bel Alro to Enid, Okla. Gary Simpson from 3104 North Severance to Topeka. Don Henderson from 523 32nd Terrace to Turon. Joseph Alch from 228 Town to Nickerson. Dclmar W. Macy from 2704 North Waldron to Sterling. Marlon R. Carson from 624 East 6th to McPherson. Deeds Recorded Margilee Hess to William D. and Anna B. Kvicala, part of two lots on north side Tumbleweed Council To be Represented GARDEN CITY — The Turn bleweed Girl Scout Council will be represented at the 1971 presidents' meeting for Girl Scouts of the U.S.A. Region V, Oct. &-8 at Wagoner Okla. Delegate from the Tumbleweed Council is Bev Schreibvo- gel, executive director. Approximately 250 persons are expected to attend from 82 councils throughout a 10-state area, including Arkansas, Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, and Wyoming. Post Hit by Fire MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) Fire of unknown origin caused extensive damage to the American legion Pearce Keller Post No. 17 in Manhattan early Tuesday. United Fund Drive Off to Fast Start United Fund of Reno County reported first day collections and pledges totaling $25,707. This year's goal, up 2.5 per cent, is $269,696. Northgate National Bank was first to report its employes had donated on a 100 per cent fair share basis. The firm gift represents a per capita increase of 77 per cent over last year. The Pegues employes for the llth straight year, pledged one day 's pay per employe. The Cliamber of Commerce increased its per capita gift by 5.5 per cent to $34.08. Another fair share firm was the Central State Bank, with all 35 employes pledging a day's pay. The C.S.B. per capita firm gift jumped by $1.50. lAiminous Neon, Inc. and Winchester Packing Company both qualified as fair share employe groups with more than 94 per cent of their employes pledging one day's pay. Krause Plow employes increased their per capita gift by $1.86 to $35.10 and remained 100 per cent fair share for the 2lst year in a row, while the firm gift increased 1.5 per cent. Kansas Oxygen employes were 100 per cent fair share and increased their firm gift by 15 per cent. The Equitable Life Assurance Society increased its firm per capita gift by $5.10 over last year. The largest increase in total employe giving the first day was made by Deluxe Specialties Mfg. Co., Inc., whose total employe gift jumped 80 per cent over last year. Eighty-five solicitors received 750 United Fund work packets Monday during the kickoff meeting of United Fund at the Hilton. The meeting also served as the orientation for workers in the Small Business Division headed by Gene Elliott. Officers Say Reno 'Clean' Local law enforcement heads would be very surprised if Attorney General Vern Miller conducted a raid in Reno County and uncovered illegal gambling "As far as I know, there's no gambling in Reno County. At least I've had no complaints," said County Attorney Porter Brown. "But the thing you have to realize about both Barton county (where Miller conducted raids over the weekend) and Reno County is that Miller apparently has an investigator out looking for gambling," said Brown. "I don't have that luxury. I have to rely on people coming to me and telling me about it." Brown said sheriff's officers would investigate, "if they knew where to look. But they can't be going into all the clubs every night. "I have no knowledge of gambling in Reno County," said Sheriff Charles Heidebrecht. "Of course, there's the possibility of isolated cases, but to the best of my knowledge Reno County is pretty clean." Police Chief Bob Adams said his officers make no special effort to check out clubs for gambling. "The basis for checking any tavern or club is the volume of complaints we receive about operations there," he said. "I'm certain we would receive complaints if such operations were going on." "If there were illegal gambling in Hutchinson, raiding would be the best way to stop it," said Adams "Raiding is really the only way you can control this thing —I certainly believe in the raid procedure." Asked his opinion of the raids in Barton County, Heidebrecht replied: "Maybe I should say it 's high time, because Great Bend has been known for a good many years to have wide open gambling." He said he had not personally seen gambling there, but "it's been rather common knowledge" Brown said he wouldn't resent it if Miller raided Reno County, unless the attorney general didn't inform him of the gambling and give him an opportunity to clean it up. Heidebrecht said he also would like to know and be given a chance to make the case. But he wouldn't resent Miller if lie went ahead. "I know ths secrecy with which you have to work to do these things," Heidebrecht said. Carl Helfrich Wins Land Judging Event DODGE CITY - Winner of the Ford County 4-H land judging contest was Carl Helfrich, Wright. He earned 187 points out, of a possible 240. Second place winner was Cammie Beckerdite of Kingsdown. Third place wont to Tom Ayers of the Wilroads Gardens 4-H Club. Fourth place winner was Rulhie Beckerdite of the High Flyers 4-H Club. Medals were awarded the first three winners by the Ford County Soil Conservation District. Program Accredited GARDEN CITY - The associate degree nursing program at Garden City Community Junior College has been accredited by the Kansas State Board of Nursing. The associate degree nursing program prepares both men and women to give technical nursing care to patients. Satisfactory completion of the programs will prepare the individual to take the State Board of Nursing examination for licensing as a registered nurse. Working in Ken lucky PARTRIDGE - Fern Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Miller of Partridge, is employed at the Kentuckiona Childrens Center in Louisville, Ky. A graduate of Partridge High School, she is serving a year of voluntary service through the Ohio Conservative Mennonite Mission Board. She is a teacher's aide and clinical assistant at the institution for handicapped children. Rev. Dunn Honored PARTRIDGE — Rev. James L. Dunn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jasper L. Dunn, Partridge, has been named one of America's Outstanding Young Men of 1971. Rev. 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