The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 8, 1971 · Page 14
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People In the News Freeze Didn't Stop Proposal By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Virginia Jones missed hearing President Nixon read parts of her letter to him during his' network television announcement of economic plans. She was busy listening to her boyfriend propose marriage. Mrs. Jones, a widow who lives in Woodbury, N.J., was one of four persons whose letters was quoted by the President Thursday night in his speech on Phase 2 economic policy. She told newsmen later that she had been set to watch the President when her boy friend, George Krajewski, offered her a diamond ring. She accepted. Mrs. Jones, 42, a high school teacher and mother of two teen-aged sons, said she wrote the President "I would be losing about $100 a month because of the freeze. But I am willing to sacrifice that $100 if it is for the good of the country." Stripper Cited ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) tempest Storm, often billed as the queen of burlesque, has been arrested on a charge of violating an Orlando ordinance prohibiting topless dancing. The 48-21-38 entertainer was indignant over her arrest Thursday and said: "I had pasties on. The next time I'll have to put a diamond in the center of each one so they'll shine and everyone can see them." .Orlando Vice Squad Lt. Joe Mele said Miss Storm and Lynn Shane were arrested on charges of violating th e city ordinance as they performed at the Luy Adult theater in the city's first burlesque show. They were released under $500 bond each and were scheduled to appear in city court today. No-Vault Advocates Rapped CENTRAL CHRISTIAN halfback Curtis Kuhns got some advice from Coach Larry Schmucker as the Com- (News Photo by Jim Morris) etc opened their first football season ever. (Details on Page 7). Memorials Are Given to City Library Singer Weds MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP)-Entertainer Jerry Lee Lewis and Jaren Gunn Pate were married Thursday in his palatial Memphis home. It was his fourth marriage and her sec- rid. To Urge a Law on Billboard Compliance WICHITA, Kan. (AP) - Gov. Robert Docking said Thursday night he will urge the next session of the Kansas Legislature to pass as soon as possible legislation which will conform to the federal standards of the Highway Beautification Act. Twenty-six memorials and gifts were purchased for the Hutchinson Public Library in September according to Jim Hathaway, library director. Those wishing to purchase memorials or gifts for the library may do so by contacting Mrs. William Pankow, the library business manager. The memorials and gift titles and the names of those who bought these items for the library are as follows: "The Telons and the Yellowstone," by Ansel Adams, given In memory of Vic Johnson by Hutchinson Rotary Club. "History of the 89th Division," given In memory of the 353rd All Kansas Infantry of the 8?th Division WWI by John C. Hughes, Headquarters Company 353ri Infantry. "History of American Painting," by Matthew Balgell given In memory of Victor Johnson by Dr. and Mrs. Wilbur B. Neel. "Landscape Gardening," by James U. Crockett, given in memory of Mrs. Arthur Mann by Dr. and Mrs. Robert W. Fernie. "A Guide to English Country Houses," by Garry Hogg, given In memory of Mrs. Arthur Mann by Mr. and Mrs. J. Richards Hunter. "The Sportsman's Encyclopedia," by Bill Burton, given In memory of L. T. (Trip) Child by Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Piper. "Paul Kane's Frontier," by Paul Kane, given In memory of Mrs. Don (Jane) Merrill by Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Cogens, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Wlnkley, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Euband and Family, Mr. and Mrs. James Norrls and Family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dirrall and family; Mr. and Juvenile Named and Placed on Probation Juvenile Judge E. Victor Wilson Thursday put on indefinite probation and disclosed the name of a juvenile found guilty to selling LSD at the July 7 Ghormley Grove rock concert. Cecil H. Stinbrink, 700 East 5th, son of Mrs. Frances Stitt, also was given a 7 p.m. curfew, except for school events when he may stay out until one-half hour after the activity ends. He also must meet with Dennis Murray, social worker at the Reno County Mental Health Center, to discuss the use of drugs, and he must visit Kansas State Industrial Reformatory. Judge Wilson had found Stin­ brink. who will be 17 on Oct. 31, TN<. 612 East First • Kitchen Cabinets • Plumbing Supplies • Electrical Supplies • Light Fixtures • Construction Materials • Hand Tools delinquent last week but delayed disposition until Thursday. Stinbrink and three of his friends had testified that he had been swimming at the recreational area near Partridge at the time the LSD tablets were sold to Kansas Bureau of Investigation agents. The agents testified the seller pulled the tablets from his pocket but the defendant and his friends claimed he was wearing swimming trunks with no pockets at the time. Mrs. Clark Edwards and Family, Haro'd and Gene Cook, Marsha and Melanle, and Bob and Charlotte Schrelner and Tracy. "Egypt," by Otto Siegner, given In memory of L. T. (Trip) Child by Mr. and Mrs. Al Wagler. "Plppa the Cheetah and Her Cubs.V by Joy Adamson and "The Spider, the Cave and the Pottery Bowl," by Eleanor Clymer, given In memory of Michelle Burgan by Mr. and Mrs. Joe Etzler. "The Raphael Bible," by Rumer God den, given in memory of Ardith Ellis by Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Fee. "Early American Wooden Ware," by Mary Gould, given In memory of Mrs, Rosa Long by Mr. and Mrs. Harold M, Regler. "A Dictionary of Opera and Song Themes," by Harold Barlow, given memory of Frank Banyard by Mr. and Mrs. Howard Teeter and sons and Mrs Clifford Teeter. "Garden In Your House," by Ernest Ballard, given in memory of Mrs. J. K Dillon by Jim Sleeper. "A Guide to the Prophets," by Stephen Winward, given In memory of Mrs. J. K Dillon by Jim Sleeper. "The Works of Vincent Van Gogh," by J. B. de la Faille, given in memory of Curt Bidwell by Mr. and Mrs. John B Newell. Gifts from the Marcla Burton Memorial Fund— "Royal Cookbook," Parents Magazine Press. Gifts from the Frank Shears Gllllland Endowment Fund— "Wilderness Canoeing," by John W, Malo. Gifts from the M. Pearl Lelghty Fund— "River to the West," by Walter Havlg- hurst; "Martha's Vineyard," by Alfred Eisenstaedt; "The Mighty Mississippi," by Bern Keating; "The Hidden Face of Australia," by Richard Woldendorp. Gifts from the Hutchinson Dramatic Art Club— 1 " The Art ol Stage Lighting," by Frederick Bentham; "Stage Costumes and How to Make Them," by Julia Tompkins; "Stage Makeup," by Herman Buchman; "The Theatre Student," by Bernelce Prlsk. Car Negligence Not Burdening Courts? TOPEKA, Kan. (AP. - Au-jfrom 1966 to 1970 that the Kan- tomobile negligence cases arejsas judicial administrator maintained records of all civil actions filed in state courts. Few Involved Negligence n o t overwhelming Kansas courts as some advocates of so- called "no-faull." auto insurance contend, the president of thj Kansas Bar Association says. Phil Lewis made public a report here of a study the state bar made of the percentage of automobile negligence cases to the total number of civil actions brought in Kansas courts. He said the percentage of auto negligence cases ranged from 7.2 per cent to 9.2 per ceit in the five fiscal years In 1970, for example, there were 28,737 civil cases filed in Kansas' courts and 2,140 of them, or 7.4 per cent, involved automobile negligence. "They have not overwhelmed our courts or caused any undue burden on our Kansas administration of justice," Lewis said of the auto accident cases before the courts. 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He said there has been much misinformation given lha public about no-fault insurance, under which automobile owners buy tlie insurance and when an accident occurs nobody is held responsible and the insurance companies pay for the damages to both vehicles. The bar association report said of the 28,737 civil cases during the fiscal year which ended June 30, 1970, nearly half — 13,174 cases — were divorce actions. Other domestic relations ranked second with 2,777 cases and automobile negligence cases were third with 2,140. llutehlnj^ 1,886 U Ask License Retesting TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - A Kansas legislative committee recommended legislation Thursday to require re-examination of Kansas drivers every four years. The recommendation will be submitted in bill form to the 1972 legislative session. The proposal of the joint legislative committee on transportation would require drivers to submit every four years to an examination covering eyesight and their knowledge of the rules of the road. 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