The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 7, 1971 · Page 25
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 25

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Thursday, October 7, 1971
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the small society by Brickman an au o a YeAf^ AGO it WA^s THE KiP$ WMo PIPK'T KNoW 1WB VALUe of A Vo\XP$.~ MOW IT'S JAPAN, / ^M^LAMP/ —a > l -7 CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS To Open Hutchinson Bridge Bids Oct. 21 Construction of two bridges on K96 at Hutchinson, and safety work on 1-70 in 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 he the construction of two bridges on K96 to replace ex- istlng 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 break away 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 reinforced 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 Lehigh, west on a county highway. Kingman Projects Work to be let in Kingman Special ^j, Prime Rib % X $3.75 served from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct 9th Also Buffet Second & Walnut MO 3-6321 Hutchinson Theater Guild Presents "Catch Me If You Can" Friday and Saturday October 8 & 9 Curtain Time: 8:15 p.m. Tickets: $1.75 Reservations: Days 2-6669, Evenings 2-7779 THE LITTLE THEATER Avenue B and Plum DINNER SPECIAL! Serving Daily EVENING DINNER $135 $ _ As Low as Including: The Finest Quality Vegetables, Fresh (not Instant) Potatoes. Crisp Fresh Salads, Our Own Home Made Dinner Rolls Plus Ice Tea or Coffee. SERVING PROM 1 P.M. TO 8 P.M. - OPEN DAILY 4 A.M. to • P.M. Closed Sunday ALLEN'S CAFE 507 N. Main 662-8661 South Hutch King Of The Hill MATCH PLAY SCRATCH SUN. OCT. 10th •-1:00 P.M. "The Second Sunday of Every Month at" LANES ^^^^^^ 1*1 sf **.L Mil fAllfU illlT/UIUfAU ua» e* 1011.7th AVE. SOUTH HUTCHINSON MO 2-5496 Entry Fee. $4.00 Plus Bowling 1st Place Guaranteed $50.00 DRUMMER BOY COAST-TO-COAST SELF-SERVICE RESTAURANTS 1712 N. Plum M0 8-1M1 Special Of The Week DOUBLE HAMBURGER Beg. 39c £7 Thursday, Oct. 7 thru Wednesday, Oct. 13 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 Topcka 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 Shawnee 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. Wyandotte County — at Kansas City a maintenance-type project on 1-635 calls for sodding to replace grass along the northwest corner of the interchange with Victory Drive. Coffey County— 0.3 mile grading, and bridge, from 4.5 miles north and one mile east of Burlington, east on a county highway. Montgomery County—1.7 miles grading and asphaltic concrete, and two bridges, from the south city limits of Independence, south on a county highway. Woodson County — Construe tion on a bridge on a county highway over the Neosho River at Neosho Falls. Cowley County — Repair of bridge deck on the K-15 bridge over the Walnut River, approx imately 4% miles east of Udall. Agree to End Aid WASHINGTON (AP) - The Senate Foreign Relations Committee approved Tuesday the House-voted suspension of U.S. aid to Pakistan. l.Trippct 4. Marienbad 7. Gemstone 11. Pulpy fruit 12. Cap 13. On vacation 14. Defection 16. Nerve network 17. Misfortunes 18. Icelandic poetry 19. Decisive 21. Japanese porgy 22. Paragraph 23. Etiquette 27. Indistinct 29. Brainwave 30. Anoint 31. God 32. Sorceress 35. Thrall 36. Girl's name 37. Exotic 40. Hunting dog 41. Jujube 42. Murmur 43. Charter 44. French marshall 45. Attention •HO •nrafL •••ran Qhbs SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE DOWN 1. Trophy 2. Salutation 3. Seaman 4. Hushed 1 z 3 3- o i 7 8 9 IO II i •2 13 IS i4 '7 % 20 21 % y 4 % zz y 4 23 24 25 26 27 28 % 29 % % % 30 if 32 33 % 36 n 39 no i i HZ 43 14 MS Par lime 28 min. AP Ncwifeaturet 10 7 5. Water lily leaves 6. Jo's sister 7. Vase 8. Astounded 9. Information 10. Watches .15. Ornate 18. New-born lamb 19. Eleme 20. Eskimo 21. Small child 23.---0U 24. Imposing building 25. Steep 26. Utter 28. Gypsy book 31. Kentucky horse race 32. Cicatrix 33. Hercules' captive 34. Chaffy part of wheat 35. Food fish 37. Marsh '38. Tibetan gazelle 39. And not Delays Draw Adams' Ire Tomorrow Noon at HICKORY GABLES 822 West 4th French Fried Shrimp Special 97* l *auia *y »jiiw Mi******** «*»dQ American Legion In Ramada Inn TONIGHT Luscious Charcoaled Steaks Served 7:30 to 9 p.m. then Dance to Jaimx-Jimi Jon f to 12 •3 9 to 12 p.m. Per Only Person Legionnaires and their t guests welcome. t Reservation—Please I MO 2-0573 J The scheduled move of police and sheriff's departments into the new law enforcement center may be postponed until November, and Police Chief Bob Adams Wednesday called the delays encountered "ridiculous." The hangup that may delay a scheduled Oct. 23 move into the facility concerns the large overhead door on the building's west side. That door leads into the drive-in basement area, and Adams calls it "a critical part of the building." The door is without a track that will fit, but Adams says contractors have known tor five months that it wouldn't fit. An exchange track is scheduled to be shipped Oct. 8, but Adams says problems at the factory may delay the shipment. Adams says delays moving into the building "are getting to the point that it's a little ridiculous," and notes occupancy was originally scheduled for July 15. That date was moved to Sept. 15 in July, then to Oct. 2, then Oct. 23 and now that date appears doubtful. The delays are not the only thing Adams has criticized, despite his pleasure with the new building. Minor flaws that Adams has RENT BAND INSTRUMENTS Choose from Our Large Selection of J New and Used Instruments. NELSON Music Company | 408 North Main 662-4816 Hutchinson, Kansas ^ HAMBURGER SPECIAL! Larry Williamson, Manager contended with include a lack of electrical outlets in some office areas, four basement rest rooms that have more stalls than toilets and an auditorium with no chairs. The traffic division office was originally designed with no stor age space, a situation that has since been remedied. The original plan called for the communications center to be located in the facility's basement, but Adams said that ar rangement would be unsatisfactory, so it was moved upstairs. Adams feels many of the problems encountered daring construction was a result of multiple contracting. Suit Against Ramada Ends Out of Court A $25,000 damage suit against the Ramada Inn, 100 East 2nd, has been dismissed in Reno County district court after an out-of-court settlement. The plaintiff, Elsie Benton, Basehor, alleged she was injured March 29, 1969, after slipping on a waxed floor In the Ramada restaurant. Amount of the settlement was not disclosed. Reno County Fire Dep't. presents IN PERSON direct from HEE-HAW TV Junior Samples PLUS * Lulu Roman * Junior's Band ... Jim Southern, Bill Blaylock, and The Modern Sound of BLUEGRASS all join the entire Col. Tim McCoy- Tommy Scott's Country Music Circus and Stage Show! Friday, Oct. 8 8 p*m* Convention Hall Hutchinson. Ks. Ticket office opens 6 p.m. Adults $3 Children $1 PLUS 10: TV Tonight THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7 1 :30—Prtiidtnt Nixon's Addresi, 1, 3, 11, 10, 11, «, 7, 11 You're on, t ':**— Bearcats! 4, 7, 12 French Chef, a Flip Wllion, 3, 3, 11 Alias Sr .illh A Jones, 10, 1] ':10—Waihlngton Weak In Review, a 1 :00—CBS Thursday Movie, », 7, 11 — "Butterfleld 8" Nichols, 1, 3, n Hollywood Television Theater, I Longilreet, 10, 11 >:00— Dean Martin, 2, 1, 11 Owen Marshall: Counselor At Law, 10, 11 World Press, I :4S— David Llttlelohn, t :0O—Folk Guitar, 8 News, «, 7, 11 Nawt, Weather A Sports, I, l, ll Scan* Tonight, 10, 11 M— Tonight Show, 1. 1, 11 Dick Cavatt, 10. 11 Football—Don Fambrouoh, 7 Merv Qrlttln, «, 11 You'ro On, I 00— Merv Orlffln, 7 00— Movie, 11 — "The Veils ot Bagdad" Goodland Man Guilty GOODLAND - E. H. Dressman, a livestock dealer and market agency at Goodland, has been found in contempt of court for violating a previous court injunction and the Packers and Stockyards Act, the U.S. Department of Agriculture has announced. Dressman operates in parts of Kansas, Colorado, Oklahoma and Nebraska. The U.S. District Court for the District of Kansas found Dressman in contempt for operating as a market agency and dealer from Nov. 12, 1970, through May 15, 1971, without being properly licensed and bonded under the P&S Act. Dressman had been enjoined by the court Nov. 10, 1970, from operating as a market agency or dealer without being properly bonded and licensed, after he violated a May 8, 1969, order of the USDA's Packers and Stockyards Administration. Since Dressman is now in compliance with the registration and bonding requirements of the act, the court placed him on probation for two years on the condition that he not violate requirements of the P&S Act. P&SA requires dealers and market agencies to provide bonds as a measure of financial protection to sellers. Page 5 The Hutchinson Newt Thursday, Oct. 7,1971 The first 200 persons buying tickets at door will receive a free autographed picture of Junior Samples. NOW! 2nd BIG WEEK! Just a person who protects children and other living things Bitty JACK TECHNICOLOR* .KK»IC . iGPJ .'•?..!& TtM 1 ™* 312 N. MAIN TON-I-TE AT: 7:10 & 9.15 Doors Open 6:30 P.M. Stereo "8" TAPES $198 OVER 700 at Or 75c with a Trade K.ins,,:, M.nldi Builds Kansas* Buy Goodyear The Only Tire BuiU in K.-inui PARR0TT RSS H0DIMETT 29 WEST SHERMAN ST. TEI.FPHONF MO 3 33(11 PIZZA HUT Announces An All New DELIVERY SERVICE With our special new portable warming ovens we will now deliver a piping Hot Pizza Hut Pizza right to Your Door . . . Just 35c per order for in-city delivery and 50c per order for out of city, and South Hutchinson delivery. Just Call 663-2211 or 662-2133 KFRM-550 Radio-Proudly Presents The First Annual Regional "All Night Singathon" Saturday, Oct. 16 - 8:00 p.m. Sports Arena, Hutchinson, Ks. HEAR: The Plainsmen Wendy Bagwell & The Sunlightera The Singing Ledbettcrs Klaudt Indian Family The New Breed Singers Betty Foley (Red Foley's daughter) GET YOUR $5.00 TICKETS FREE FROM OUR SPONSORS IN YOUR AREA: HUTCHINSON: Bettomlay Olds Cadillac Jack ft JIH luparmarktU Kay'a Jewelry sun-Sear* Pleia Selr Service Drug* Wllback Mlf. Company NEWTON: Pliher* Trantmlulona Qraber Hirdwara LYONS: •>«f»l Cett •offline; McPHERSON-LINDSBORG: •IdM'a IOA Pooditore KINGMAN: Calvert's Department Star* GARDEN CITY: Flitter* TranwnlMion* GREAT BEND: Pint National lank Millar Plartlc* W. W. Mobile Home* Plehart Transmlsaldn* HAYS: Phhari Tranimlnlem PRATT: Owifon 't Jewelry Ce-tpemered by: Belt* Halnbo iakery, Hutchlnton, K*. Thlot Packing Co., Great lend, K*. Maker* a* fin* meat product* witti "Th* OMd Tut* *f Thlee." Key Work Cloth** end Kty Country Pant* • TODAY • The Hutch Downtowner 1st & Main has Calf Liver Qft and Onions 7 / a new Sylvania I Color TV or Stereo Rent applies on purchase. LETT TV I SOS E. 4th • MO 3-1181 , Open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m HELD OVER! THE UNPUBUSHA BLE NO VXL JS NOW AMERICA'S MOST CONTROVERSIAL ftlMl RATtO X Perwn* under II net admitted, STEREO VISION • SROWS WEEKDAYS AT: 5:45-7:30-9:15 ALL SEATS S1.7S (INCLUDES ID O LASSES) Buy home* Pre-loriff prices. ZoJes PiviiYersc*ry Spectoculor 7-Pc. Teflon II' Cookuiore $ 10 M &fy/kMf]ioaWci*M(Hl Regularly $12-88. Enjoy no-itick, fat-free cooking/ no-tcour cleaning. Choice of colors. Layaway new for Chrlabna*. Or, charge IU /'S. Fin Smile •ulloflwtwn ymi optneZalM - • ifcmolvlngCIUffe, {{J,) Cuuom Chirp o>Z*lMk OruMrmKteWnCheratoileiitiAaieihafd Zale's Jewelers, 1 S. Adams, Hutchinson Plaza. gwmmmmo now... hear it like it is SONY STR-6065FMStereo/FM-AM Receiver Unique Is the best way to describe the new STR-6065 Receiver....Only Sony engineering could have combined FM and AM tuners, professional quality preamplifier and stereo amplifier in one attractive unit. With 255 watts of power (IHF into 4 ohms) at your command, the STR-6065 has power to spare for FM and AM broadcasts, records, tapes and multiple speaker systems. The tuner portion uses Field Effect Transistors (FET's), solid-state ceramic I.F. filters and symmetrical limiting for increased sensitivity, unmatched selectivity and distortion-free tuning, even in metropolitan areas where stations abound; Preamplifier control features are tastefully organized for the ultimate in tonal tailoring. As for the power amplifier, its low-distortion, direct-coupled output circuits rival those of any "basic" amplifier made. Sony's new STR-6065 really lets you "hear It like it Is." Sample SONY SOUND at: 510 N. Main W Hutchlnton, Kt. RECORDS - TELEVISION - STEREO Salts & Strvict

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