The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 6, 1971 · Page 66
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KSU Service to Honor Wreck Victims MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) _ Five Kansas State University students' and former students killed in a Sunday traffic accident will be honored Oct. 16 with a'memorial service during pre-game homecoming activities in the K-State football stadium. A spokesman for the Blue Key, senior men's honorary society in charge of homecoming, said Tuesday a moment of silence will be observed followed by comments from Dr. James A. McCain, university president. Among those killed in the accident was Linda Henry, Lecompton, Kan., one of five 1971 Homecoming queen finalists. The president of Blue Key said Blue Key members have decided the student body will elect a queen from (he four remaining finalists, although there will be no campaigning by the candidates. Doug Smith, Hoisington, Kan., said that "after consulting with members of Miss Henry's immediate family and with the other queen finalists, we seem to have a consensus that it would serve no good purpose to dwell on the tragedy." Instead, the sponsoring group would like to emphasize "the many fine things these individuals did and their outstanding accomplishments," Smith said. Also killed in Sunday's crash were Bruce Maxwell, fifth-year architecture student from Piper; his wife, Mrs. Patricia Maxwell, a recent graduate from Junction City; Marcia Squier, Hutchinson graduate student in family and child development and Gregory Hardin, WaKeeney, another recent graduate. (Hutchinson Ncws-UPI Telepholo) FISH - EYE VIEW — Tom Deputy, Palatka, Fla., got an eyeful of goldfish when he modeled a diving mask during some horseplay in a Daytona Beach Community College photography class. Red Fox Gets His Passport CORPUS CHRISTI, Tex. AP — Chief William Red Fox finally got his passport and will fly to London Wednesday. The 101-year-old Indian chief, whose book, "Memories of Chief Red Fox," was a bestseller, ran into trouble when he applied for a passport last . week and could not produce the required proof he was born in the United States. He said he felt his birth record was burned in a fire on the Standing Rock Reservation in 1885. He also complained that he hadn't needed a passport when he went to Europe with Buffalo Bill in 1904. The local federal clerk's office contacted the Bureau of Indian Affairs in Washington about Red Fox's birth and the passport reached here Tuesday by air-mail special delivery. To Open Hutchinson Bridge Bids Oct. 21 Construction of two bridges on K96 at Hutchinson, and safety work on 1-70 hi Russell County are among items for which the State Highway Commission will take bids Oct. 21 at Hutchinson. Bids will also be let for federal-aid secondary roads in Gray, Kingman, Kiowa, Marion, Coffey, Montgomery, and Woodson counties. The Reno County work will foe the construction of two bridges on K96 to replace existing structures over the diversion canal and over Cow 'Creek at the west side of Hutchinson. The present bridges are posted for loads of less than eight tons. An additional safety improvement is scheduled for 1-70 in Russell County where breakaway sign posts will be erected from the Ellsworth County line west 30 miles to the Ellis County line. Signs will also be moved back 30 feet from the roadway wherever possible. In Gray County two rein- forcedi concrete box culverts along one mile from 3.2 miles north of Copeland, north on a county highway will be installed. Work in Marion County will be .3 mile grading and subgrade modification from 7.8 north and .5 mile west of Le : high, west on a county highway. Kingman Projects Work to be let in Kingman County is 5.8 miles subgrade modification from four miles north of the junction of K17 and US54, east on a county highway. Kiowa County work to be bid on is five miles of grading on two county highways from 11 miles south and 1.6 miles east of Haviland, east and north. Grading on a two-lane location of US75 in Coffey County will begin at US50 and extend north as a future interchange with 1-35. In Sedgwick County 10 miles of continuous electric lighting on 1-235 will be built. A guard fence and minor interchange modifications will also be contracted for on 1-35. At Topeka breakaway bases will be installed on light standards from 1-70 west of the city southwest six miles to the Kansas Turnpike. There will also be some tree plantings let for Shawnec County. Other projects to be bid at the Oct. 21 letting here are: Johnson County — On 1-35, 0.5 mile drainage improvement from the intersection with 67th Street in Merriam, south to 75th Street. 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