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•; (More deaths, page 3) Mrs. Frank Greening HILLSBORO — Mrs. Agnes Greening, 71, Hillsboro, died Tuesday at Salem Hospital, Hillsboro.; Born June 4,. 1900 in rural • Peabody,: .she married Frank Greening on Oct. 21, 1920. She was a member of OL tal -ftome 528 North Main the Hillsboro Mennonite Brethren Church. Survivors include: widower rf ; the home; sons: Merlin, Suihler; Marvin, Hillsboro; •larvey, Lawrence; Wilfred, De- foit, Mich.; brothers, Tom, Herbert, Saskatchewan;. Abe Cornelsen, Brandon, Manitoba; sisters: Mrs. John Neufeldt, British Columbia; Mrs. Ted Krukowski, Kitchener, Ontario; five grandchildren. Funeral will be 10:30 a.m. Friday at the church; Rev. Marvin Heih. Burial will be- in the Mennonite Brethren Cemetery. J. M. (Jess) Morris J. M. (Jess) Morris, 63, former resident of Abbyville an< Hutchinson, died Wednesday in Burns, Ore., from a heart at tack. He was born Aug. 16 1908, at Abbyville. He worked as a deputy under Sheriff Guy Ankerholz and later owned the John Deere implement dealer ship and a drug store at Abby ville. He left this area and moved to Oregon in the early 1950s. Survivors include the widow Doris; son: Larry, of the home daughter: Mrs. Bill Jacobson La Grande, Ore.; sister: Leth; Get Ready Get The Best.. Is Coming! Through The Wall • FURNACES • WALL FURNACES • SPACE HEATERS COMPLETE SALES AND SERVICES Open 6 days a week—Mon.-Fri. 8 to 5:30; Sat. til 1 p.m. WILSON PROPANE HUTCHINSON BUTANE 1 block no. of Hart's Shopping Center, South Hutchinson Jowan, Portland, Ore. His pants, now deceased, were Mr. and Mrs. Lew Norris, life-long esidents of Abbyville. Funeral services, will be at 0:30 a.m. Saturday at Burns, Ore. Burial will be at 3:30 p.m. aturday at Nyssa, Ore. The Salladay Mortuary, Bums, is handling arrangements. The family requests memor- als to the Shriners Crippled Children's Project, Portland, Ore. Arthur Urban Meyer Arthur Urban Meyer, 70, of 401-B East 17th, died Wednesday night at South Hospital 'rom complications 'resulting :rom injuries suffered in a traffic accident several Weeks ago. He had been an employe of Security Elevator Co., retiring in 1958 after 38 years. Born Dec. 4, 1900 at Burlington, Iowa, he moved to Hu'tch- inson in 1928. He was a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church. Survivors include the widow, Gene; son, Robert^ Irving, Texas; daughters, Mrs. Marlin Platt, Burbank, Calif., and Mrs. Sally Crane, .Selling, Okla.; stepdaughter, Mrs. Sharon Warner, Manhattan; sister, Mrs. R'. L. Hockett, Royal Apartments; six grandchildren and three step-grandchildren. Funeral will be at 10 a.m. Friday in Johnson and Sons chapel with burial in Memorial Park Cemetery. Rev. David J. Max will officiate. Survivors are: sons, F. Monroe, Boise, Idaho; Carol E., Wichita; daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Parson, Wichita; Mrs. Marjorie Vivian, Denver, Colo.; 17 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren. Funeral will be 11 a.m. Saturday at the church, Rev. David Trott. Burial will be in Sylvia Cemetery. Friends may call at Quiring Mortuary, Wichita, between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. Friday or at the church between 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. Saturday. A memorial has been established at the Methodist Church, Sylvi/a. Funerals John E. (Jack) Battin Funeral for John E. (Jack) Battin, 67, 308 North Park Drive, who died Monday, will be 11 a.m. Monday at Johnson and Sons Chapel; Rev. W. A. Strong officiating. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Legal Notices on September 39, 1971 by the ProbaTe Court of Reno County, Kansas. All parties Interested In said estate will take notice and govern themselves accordingly. All creditors are notified to exhibit their demands against the said estate wllhln nine months from the dale of the first publication of this notice as provided by law, and If their .demands are not thus exhibited they shall be forever barred. Lucille A. Cooper Executor of the will of Hugh Cooper, Deceased, Attest; E. Victor Wilson Probate Judge (Seal) Aubrey V. Earhart Attorney for Executor 5 East Avenue "A" Legal Notices Published In (First Published In Yhe Hutchinson News, October 8, 1971) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF RENO COUNTY, KANSAS CAROL L. DAUGHMAN, ) Plaintiff, —vs— ) No. 19055 Legal Notices Hutchinson, Kansas 8489 (First published In "the" Hutchinson Nows, September 24, 1971). IN THE PROBATE COURT OF RENO COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ) ESTATE OF ELBERT J. ) Mrs. Carl C. Colcman LYONS — Mrs. Emma D. Coleman, 84, former resident of Sylvia, died Thursday morning at the Lyons Care Home after a short illness. She was bom Oct. 25, 1886 in Sylvia. She was married to Carl C. Coleman July 27, 1910 at Sylvia. He died in 1968. Member of Sylvia Methodist Church. I I I I Bring Your Car For The Cleanest Wash In Town .. . The New TURBO DRIVE CAR WASH —COUPON SPECIAL— Legal Notices 1971). NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT, ADMINISTRATRIX STATE OF KANSAS, ALTENREAD, n-k-a E. J. ALTENREAD, DECEASED, ) No. 7294 In Reno County, ss. tho Probate Court of said county. I Wash and Wax | Reg. $1.00 Value With "VPj Coupon 1^ Coupon Good I Oct. 8, 9 & 10 | I I I In the Matter of the Estate of Raymond Van Horn, Deceased. Late of Reno County, Kansas. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE creditors, holrs, devisees, legatees and all other persons concerned, that on September 23, 1971, the undersigned was, by the Probate Court of Rono County, Kansas, duly appointed and qualified as Administratrix of the estate of Raymond Van Horn, deceased, late of Reno County, Kansas. All parties Interested In said estate will take notice, and govern themselves accordingly. All demands not exhibited wllhln nine months from the date of the first publication of the above notice shall be forever barred. ELEANOR NEUFELD Administratrix ATTEST: E. VICTOR WILSON Probate Judge BRANINE, CHALFANT & HYTER Attorney 8477 (First published In The Hulchlnson News, October 1, 1971.) IN THE PROBATE COURT OF RENO COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF HUGH COOPER, DECEASED No. 6288 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR To the Creditors, Heirs, Devisees and Legatees of Hugh Cooper, deceased, and all others concerned: You and each of you will take notice that on tho 29th day of September, 1971, Lucille A. Cooper was appointed executor of the will of Hugh Coopor, deceased, and duly qualified as such executor and leltcrs testamentary wore Issued to her NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR CTA To the creditors, heirs, devisees and leg- alces of Elbort J. Allenread, a-k-a E. J. Altcnread, deceased, and all others concerned: You and each of you will take notice that on Ihe 22nd day of September, 197), Arlene King was appointed Administrator CTA of tho Will of Elbert J. Altenrond, a-k-a E. J. Altcnread, deceased, and duly qualified as such executor 'and letters testamentary were Issued to her on September 22, 1971, by tho Probate Court of Reno County, Kansas. All parties Interested In said estate will take notice and govern themselves accordingly. All creditors are notified to exhibit their demands against the said estate wllhln nine months from tho date of the first publication of this notice as provided by law, and If their demands arc not thus exhibited they shall bo for ever barred. ARLENE KING, administrator CTA of the Will of Elbort J. Altcnread, a-k-a E. J, Altcnread, deceased. ATTEST: E. VICTOR WILSON, Probate Judge RAUH, THORNE & ROBINSON 315 West 1st Street Hutchinson, Kansas, Attorneys for Administrator CTA 8467 (First publlshedlri™Thc"Hufchlnson~tJdws~; October 1, 1971) IN THE PROBATE COURT OF RENO COUNTY, KANSAS EARL T. BAUGHMAN, .) Defcndnnt. ) NOTICE OF SUIT STATE OF KANSAS TO EARL T. BAUGHMAN AND ALL OTHER PER SONS WHO ARE OR MAY BE CON CERNED: You ore hereby notified that a Petition has been filed In the District Court of Reno County, Kansas, by Carol L, Baughman praying for on absolute divorce from defendant, division of property, orders restraining defendant from disposing of tho assets of tho parties, temporary and permanent support and alimony for plaintiff, attorneys' fees and costs, and such other relief as may be proper, and you are hereby required to plead to said Petition on or before November 19, 1971, In snld Court at Hutchinson, Kansas. Should you fall therein, ludgment and decree will be entered In due courso upon said Petition. Carol L. Baughman, • Plaintiff. WEINLOOD, COLE, OSWALT & SHAFFER record at aTMTmes of all Investments made pursuant to this ordinance. Section 6. This ordinance shall take effect and bo In force from and after Us publication In The Hutchinson News, tho official city paper. Passed by the Governing Body and approved by tho Mayor this 21st day of Sept. 1971 GENE SAXTON Mayor ATTEST: DARLENE EIKLOR City Clerk ( s o n I 2 First Read October Legal Notices 603-608 First National Bank Blcig. Hulchlnson, Kansas 662-0221 Attorneys for Plaintiff 8503 CITY PLUMBINO~TESTS Tesllng for City of Hutchinson plumb- Ing licenses will be given at 8:00 AM on tho morning of Oct. 30/1971 at City Hall, B & Poplar, Hutchinson, Kansas. Tests will be available for Master & Journeyman Plumber & Gas titters. Applications & fees must bo paid by 5:00 PM on 22 Oct. 1971. No applications accepted after this dale. 8504 corporafed by Ordinance No, 266" further being marked, designated, You have to see the TURBO DRIVE CAR WASH in Action to Appreciate it. Come in today, and save too. Warren's Wash Sinclair South Hutchinson 427 N. Main (Next door SOUTH of HART'S) New Winchester Model 1200 Field Gun With Full Floating Ventilated Rib Brings Out The Best Shooting In Any Hunter IN THE MATTER OF ) THE ESTATE OF ) HERBERT B. HOFFMAN, a/k/a) No. 7305 HERBERT B. HUFFMAN, ) DECEASED. ) NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR to tho Creditors, Heirs, Devisees and Legatees of Herbert B. Hoffman, a/k/a Herbert B. Huffman,' deceased, and all others concerned: You and each of you will take notice /hat on Ihe 29lh day of September, 1971, The First National Bank of Hutchinson, Kansas, was appointed Executor of tho Will of Herbert B. Hoffman, deceased, and duly qualified as such Executor and letters testamentary were Issued to It on September 29, 1971, by tho Probate Court of Reno County, Kansas, All parties Interested In said estate will take nollco and govern themselves accordingly. All creditors are notified to exhibit their demands against tho said estate within nlno monlhs from tho ante of the first publication of this notice as provided by law, and If their demands are not thus exhibited they shall be forever barred. First National Bank of Hutchinson, Kansas, Executor, WEINLOOD, COLE, OSWALT 8, SHAFFER 603-608 First National Bank Bldg. Hulchlnson, Kansas 662-0221 Attorneys for Executor __ 849) 'ubllsheB In The HutchTnson STATE OF KANSAS, Reno County, ss: IN THE PROBATE COURT OF RENO COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF L. A. DEMING, DECEASED NO. NOTICE OF HEARING Tho Stale of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified lhat a petition has been filed In said court by Daphne M. Doming, as widow and one of tho heirs-at-law of L. A. Doming, dc ceased, praying for 1ho determination of tho descent of Iho following described real eslato In Reno County, Kansas, towlt: Undivided Vz Interest In Lot 28 and 850S News, September 24, 1971) IN THE PROBATE COURT OF RENO COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE VIVIAN GRAY, Deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING ) No. 7016 ^ ON PETITION Buy The First Tire At Our Regular Low Price And Get The 2nd Tire At 'A Price! ULTRA RIDE "78" M TIKIOW AS 13.49 THE TIRE BUIIT FOR RIDING COMFORT • Kaw miracli pol/iutr cord body • full Faur-Plx for later/ ond durability Ricutcd duoWing S26.95 JJ7.95 129.95 S31.95 S32.95 S27.9J 529.95 531.95 S32.95 534.95 SUPREME BATTERY oV.Gip,! Built lt>, Hart whin olliir bolloiiil laill "Slroli.-flo" nil munition ond a ont-pjgn' COYM glvi d«»ndabl« power In a ruggtd patkofltl Available (or illher o or 12 volt 6 AMP CHARGER BOOSTER CAIUS BOREN Sporting Goods INC. 207 North Main FOR FINAL SETTLEMENT The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that a Petition has been filed In said Court by Glenn Caldwoll, Administrator W.W.A. of the estate of Vivian Gray, deceased, praying for a final settlement of said estate, approval of his acts, proceedings and accounts as Administrator W.W.A., allowance for attorneys' fees, and expenses, In accordance with the will of Vivian Gray, deceased. You are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on nr before the 18th. day of October, 197; at 10:ao o'clock a.m. on said day, In said Court, In the Clly of Hutchinson, 01 which time and place said cause will bo heard. Should you fall therein, judgment and decree will be entered In due course upor said petition. GLENN CALDWELL, Petitioner OILLILAND, HAYES 8. GOERING 212 Wolcott Building Hutchinson, Kansas Attorneys for Petitioner 8466 ~ NOTICE Notice Is hereby given of the filing on September 21, 1971, wllh the Federal Communications Commission by Nation's Center Broadcasting Co., Inc., of an application to modify the construction permit of Station KWBW-FM, 702.9 megacycles, Hulchlnson, Kansas, to specify effective radiated power of 100 kilowatts, antenna height above average terrain of 1059.5 feet, and transmitter location on Fourlh Avenue, 9.12 miles east of Main Street, Hulchlnson. Tho officers and directors of the applicant are Fred L. Conger, Belty Gene Conger, and Boss Wise Rlckard. Stockholders wllh ten percent or more of tho outstanding stock are Fred L. Conger and Bess Wise Rlckard. A copy of the application and related material are available for public Inspection at KWBW, 17th and Harding Street, Hutchinson, between the hours ol 8 o'clock a.m. and 5 o'clock p.m. 8475 NOTICE~bF~HEARING~ Patrick R. Kirch sentenced 5-16-69 for Burg 2nd 8, G.L.i —CCi Burg 2nd 8. G.L,—CC (burg. 2nd—CC) In Reno Coun- Kansas, has applied for Executive Clemency. A hearing on the application bo held by the Board of Probn tlon and Parole, Persons wishing to comment should 'send Information In writing to tho Board at the State Office Building, Topoka, Kansas, 66612, until October 21, 1971. - 8500 "(First "Published "In~The "HufchTnsbh • News October 8, 1971) IN THE PROBATE COURT OF RENO COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE MATTER OF ) THE ESTATE OF ) NO. 7171 HENRY J. SICKMON, ) DECEASED ) NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION OF REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PROPERTY THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You and each of you are hereby notified that the undersigned Administrators the above named estate, will, pursuant to the Order of the above named Court entered on the 5th day of October, 971, offer for sale and soil at public Eost 23' of Lot 30, Avenue "B" West, Clly of Hutchinson and all other properly, real and personal, or Interests therein, ownod by the said L. A. Doming at the tlmo of his death; and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before tho 2 day of November, 1971, at 9:30 o'clock a.m. of said day, In said court, In tho City of Hutchinson, In Rono County, Kansas, at which tlmo and place said cause will be heard. Should you fall therein, judgment and decree will bo entered In duo courso upon said petition. DAPHNE M. DEMING Petitioner SNYDER AND ORCUTT Attorney, for Petitioner 216 West 2nd Hutchinson, Kansas 67501 (Flrs"r~p~ubTlihed~in Th"o~Hu"tchlnson Nows, Oclober 8, 1971) IN THE PROBATE COURT OF RENO COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE MATTER OF ) THE ESTATE OF ) Case NO. 7346 W. H. RICKSECKER, ) Deceased. ) NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR TO THE CREDITORS, HEIRS, DEVISEES AND LEGATEES OF W. H. RICKSECKER, Deceased, and all others concerned: You and each of you will take nollco that on tho 5th day of October, 1971, Jack Kenneth Rlcksockor was appointed Executor of tho will of W. H. Rlck- acckor, deceased, and duly qualified ns such Executor ond Letters Testamentary wore Issued lo him on October 5lh, 1971, by tho Probate Court of Rono County, Kansas. All parlies Interested In said estate First Published October 8, 1971 ORDINANCE NO. 2(6 AN ORDINANCE GOVERNING THE DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, ALTERATION, ENLARGEMENT, EQUIPMENT, REPAIR, DEMOLITION, REMOVAL, CONVERSION, USE OR MAINTENANCE OF ALL BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES, KNOWN AS THE BUILDING CODE: PROVIDING FOR THE ISSUANCE OF PERMITS, COLLECTION OF FEES, MAKING OF INSPECTIONS: PROVIDING PENALTIES FOR THE VIOLATION THEREOF! DECLARING AND ESTABLISHING FIRE LIMITS AND REPEALING ORDINANCE NO. 219, AND SECTION 5 OF ORDINANCE NO. 191 OF THE CITY OF SOUTH HUTCHINSON, STATE OF KANSAS, AND ALL OTHER ORDINANCES OR PARTS THEREOF IN CONFLICT THEREWITH AS HEREIN NOTED BE IT ORDAINED BY THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF SOUTH HUTCHINSON, KANSAS: Section 1. "Basic Building Coda" — Adopted. That certain document, at least three copies of which are on file In tho offlco of the City Clerk of the City of South Hutchinson, Kansas, being marked or stamped "Official Copy as Inand mid known as tho Daslc Building Code, Fifth Edition, 1970 and futuro supplements thereto, as published by tho Building Officials Conference ol America, I n c., be and horeby Is adopted and Incorporated by reference, under the provisions of Sections 12-3009 through 12-3012 of Kansas Annotated, ns the Bullldlng Code of the Clly of South Hulchlnson, Kansas, for tho control ol buildings and structures as herein provided) and each and all of the regulations, provisions, penalties, condl lions, and terms of tho snld Basic Build Ing Code, Flflh Edition, 1970, are hereby referred to, adopted and mndo a part hereof, ns If fully set out In this ordl nance, wllh Iho additions, Insertions, deletions and chnnnos, If any, proscribed In Section 4, of this ordinance. Section 2. Whenever the word "municipality" Is used In such Building Code, It shnll be held to menn Iho Clly of South Hutchinson, Kansas. Section 3. Whenever tho term "building official" Is used In such Building Code, It shall bo held to mean the "building Inspector" of the city of South Hutchinson, Kansas. Section 4. Same — Additions, Insertions, Deletions and Amendments. That tho following sections of the Basic Building Code, Flflh Edition, 1970, to which reference Is made In Section 1 of this ordinance, be and are hereby amended as follows: a) That Section 101,0 Is hereby amended to road ns follows: Matter Covered: Tho provisions of tho Basic Code shall apply to all buildings and structures and their appurtenant constructions, Including vaults, area and by the appalfant? (I) That Section 301.0 Is hereby amended to read as follows: Fire District No. 1 shall comprise Ihe areas housing highly congested business, commercial/ manufacturing and Industrial uses or In which such uses are developing. Tho limits of such District are described as follows: Beginning at tho center point of the Intersection of Main Street and Avenue C In said city) thence west along the center line of said Avenue C west to tho center line of the first alley way west of said Main strerjti thence North along tho center of said alleyway to a point where said alleyway Intersects Sixth Avenue, thence East along the south line of said Sixth Avenue to a point where said line Intersects tho oast lino of Main Street; thence North along the East lino of Main Street to a point on tho Northwest corner o Block K, Pence Addition to tho city of South Hutchinson, Kansas) thcnco In a southeasterly direction following, the norlh line of said Block K am Block J, Ponce Addition to point 50 cast of tho west lino of Lot 2, Bloc J, Pence Addition) thence In a south westerly direction on a lino parallel t tho west line of sold Lot 2, Block J to tho south lino of Tenth Avenue,- thcnco In a easterly direction following ?e 9 The Hutchinson News Friday, Oct. 8,1971 Legal Notices si roof projections, and accessory nddl- lions; and shall apply with equal forco to municipal, county, stato und private buildings; except where such bulldlntis will take notice and govern themselves accordingly. All creditors are notified to exhibit their demands against the said estate within nine months from the dajo of Iho first publication of Ihls notice as provided by law, and If their demands are not thus exhibited they shall bo forever barred. JACK KENNETH RICKSECKER Executor of tho will of W. H. Rlcksecker, deceased. GILLILAND, HAYES & GOERING 212 Wolcott Building Hutchinson, Kansas 67501 Attorneys for Execufor 8509 ~OWfN^N~CE~N6r265 An ordinance authorizing tho Investment of certain temporarily Idle moneys of the City of South Hulchlnson, Kansas, BE IT ORDAINED by the Governing Body of the Clly of South Hutchinson, Ks: Section 1. Authority to Invest: Temporarily Idlo moneys of tho City of South Hutchinson, Kansas, not currently needed may, In accordance with t h o procedure hereinafter prescribed, bo Invested In direct obligations of tho United Stoles Government or time do- posit certificates, which mature wllhln one (1) year from tho dale of purchase of tho same by tho Clly, and which are guaranteed as to principal by tho United States Government. Tho provisions of this ordinance shall not apply to any fund of the city, tho Investment of which Is expressly authorized or llm auction tho following estate, to - wit: described real Lots 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, Block 22, Empey and Burrell's Addition to the City of Arlington, Kansas, all the personal property therein contained, on the 30th day of October, 1971, at 1:00 o'clock P.M. at the premises above described In the City of Arlington, Kansas. Said sale will be made to the highest and best bidder for cath In hand Twonty-flvo per cent (25 per cent) of the purchase price bid will be payable on the date of sale with Ihe balance to be paid on confirmation of such sale by the above named Court, Hereof take no tlco and govern yourselves accordingly GENE D. SICKMON FRANCIS H. SICKMON Administrators PORTER K. BROWN 206 West First Hutchinson, Kansas 67501 Attorney fof Administrators 650 lied or prohibited by statutes of the Stale of Kansas. Section 2, Procedure and Restrictions: Tho City Clerk and City Treasurer shall periodically report to the governing body as to tho amount of moneys available for Investment and tho period of time such amounts will be available for Investment, and shall submit such recommendations as Is deemed necessary for tho efficient and safe management of city finances. The recommendations of the City Clerk or City Treasurer shall provldo for an Investment program which shall so limit the amounts Invested, and schedule the maturities of Investments so that t h e Clly will at all times have sufficient moneys available on demand deposit to assure prompt payment of all city obligations. The governing body shall determine by resolution tho amount, method and term of any Investment, and tho lype of Investment to bo made/ sublect to the provisions of this ordinance, Section 3. Custody and Safekeeping: Securities purchased pursuant to this ordinance shall bo under tho care of tho City Treasurer of the City of South Hulchlnson, Kansas, and shall bo hold In custody of a slate or notional bank or trust company, or shall be kept by cuch officers in a safety box of tho. City In a bank or trust company. Securities In original 01 receipt form hold In Iho custody of bank or trust company, shall be hold In tho name of the City and their redemption, transfer or withdrawal shall bo reported to tho city governing body. Securities not held In the custody of a bank or trust company shall be personally deposited by the City Treasurer In a safely deposit box In tho name of tho City, In a bank or trust company. Section 4. Sale or Transfer: If, In order o maintain sufficient moneys on demand n any fund, as provided In Section 2 of his ordinance, It becomes necessary to ransfer or sell any securities of such are otherwise specifically provided for by statute. Tho provisions of Iho Basic Coda shall also apply to any and all of such buildings or structures If they hnvo been moved Into tho corporate llmlls of the Clly of South Hulchlnson, Kansas, from a point outside tho same as well os to any which have boon moved or relocated wllhln said corporate llmlls and In the event of such movement Inlo'tho Clly n separate pormll shall' be obtained with respect to' tho moving and relocating of such building or slructuro In addition to such building permit as shall bo required." (b) That Soctlon 111.1 Is hereby amend- cd lo road as follows: Inspection: Before Issuing a permit, Hie building official shnll examine or cause to bo examined all buildings, structures and sites for which an application has boon filed for n permit to construct, enlarge, alter, repair, remove, demolish or change tho use thereof) and ho shall conduct such Inspections from tlmo to time during and upon completion of tho work for which ho has Issued a permit; and he shall maintain a record of all such examinations and Inspections and of nil violations of the Basic Code. ."The building official shall bo olven proper notification, a sufficient length of tlmo before the next stage of construction Is bo- gun so that the Inspection of that which has been completed may bo made wllhouf having to romovo or reopen any subsequent construction covering or enclosing the work to bo Inspected. In those Instances In which a prior Inspection has been made of a building to bo moved Into or within said Clfy of In those Instances In which construction work has boon done bcforo proper Inspection was made, or In those Instances In which alterations or changes are to bo performed, and In which cases requirements wero made In order to comply with tho Code provisions affecting t h o construction work In question, tho building official shall be contacted'and arrangements made for a rolnspocllon of said building or structure lo determine whether tho conditions and requirements Imposed, or tho original plans submitted ond approved, have been compiled with. No person, firm or corporation shall receive tho certificate of use and occupancy provided for In Section 1200, Definitions, hereof, until said rolnspocllon has been had (whore It Is necessary) and final approval given of the building or structure for which a building permit Is required, and no person shall occupy or use such premises without having secured tho certificate of use and occu- tho north lino of snld Tenth Avenue to a point 150' east of tho northwest corner of Block H, Ponce Addition; thence In a southwesterly direction on a lino parallel to tho west lino of Blocks H, E, and A, Ponco Addition to a point on tho norlh lino of Seventh Avenue, said point being 150' east of the southwest corner of Block A, Ponco Addition to South Hutchinson, Kansas; thence South for a distance of 40' to a point on Ihe south lino of Seventh Avenue, thence west along tho said south lino of Seventh Avenue to a point whore the center lino of tho first alleyway east ol Main Street Intersects said south lino of Seventh Avonuo; thcnco South along tho center lino of said nlloywny to n point whore said alleyway Intersects Ihe center lino of Avonuo C East; thence west along said center lino of Avenue C East to plnec of beginning, (k) That Section 301.2 Is hereby amended lo read ns follows: Flro District No. 2 shnll comprise tho areas housing residential uses (use groups L-l and L-2), together with retail stores, business and amusement centers, or In which such uses are developing; and tho limits of such district are described as follows: All lhat area within the City of South Hutchinson contained within the boundaries described for "B" Commercial District as set forth In Section S of Ordlnnnco No. 248 of tho Clly of South Hutchinson, Kansas, passed and approved the 17th day of December, I960, and as tho same may bo heroin- niter changed and amended, Iho llmlls of Flro District No 2 bolno thereby described wllhln tho same force and to the same effect as though act out In detail herein. Provided, however, that tho area sot out and designated to bo wllhln Flro District No. 1 as described In Section.4J of this ordinance shall not bo Included In Flro District No, 2. (1) That Soctlon 302,5 Is hereby amended to road as follows: "No building of frame construction (typo 4) shall bo creeled or extended within tho fire districts nor shnll such building or structure bo moved from without to within, or from one lot to another within tho flro districts, except as provided In Sections 303 and 304; and no building which has boon constructed of materials approved by tho Basic Code for use wllhln tho (Ire districts shall be extended In height or area wllhln the flro districts by framo construction) except lhat any one or two- family dwelling wllhln tho flro districts, If of lawful construction otherwise than os to material of which It Is constructed, may bo extended In aron by not more than throe hundred (300) square feat and to n height of not moro than two stories, provided lhat such extension does not vl- olnta maximum area, height and other limitations Imposed elsewhere In tho Basic Code, and provided further that such building °r extension Is separated by nt lonst six feet from tho lot lino of Iho ndfolnlng properly." (m) That Soctlon 303.0 Is hereby amended by delating nil of tho third lino ectlon thereto: "Section 1704.6& (Fees for Inspection nd Tests) Tho foe for Inspection of each ilumblng fixture shall be One Dollar 1.00), and the Inspection fee for each gas appliance, connection, or piping shall 10 One Dollar (Jl.OO). The term "fix- uro" ai used In connection with Inspee- lons and Inspection fees shall Include but not be limited to closets, lavatories, sinks, urinals, drinking fountains, both- ubs, shower baths, laundry trays, water heaters, cellar drains, sewage electors, sewers, water distribution systems, water softeners and other devices having water and waste requirements. If tho person responsible for calling for Inspections tolls to call for tho Inspection at the proper tlmo, tho fee for Inspection may ba doubled." (I) Section 1804.0 (Inspections and Certificates) shall be and hereby Is amended by tho addition of the following provision: "Tho fee for each Inspection shall bo One Dollar ($1.00)," (u) Isnpectlons: Whenever any section contained within the Basic Building Code requires that a person call for an Inspection and ho falls to do so, tho parson responsible for calling for said Inspections at tho proper time shall pay double Iho amount of the Inspection fee required therefor by the Basic Building Code. Section 5. Sevorablllty. If any section, subsection, sentence, clause, or phrase of Ihls Ordlnnnco Is for any reason hold to be unconstitutional or Invalid, such decision shnll not affect tho validity of tho remaining portions of this Ordinance. Section 6. Inconsistent Ordinances Repealed. That ordinances Nos. 193, 149 and 213 of Iho City of South Hulch- lnson, Kansas, and all other ordinances or parts of ordinances In conflict herewith aro hereby repealed. Section 7. Saving Clause. That nothing In this ordinance or In tha Building Codes hereby adopted shall ba construed lo affect any suit or proceeding Impending In any court, or any rights acquitted, or liability Incurred, or any cause or causes of action acquired or existing, under any act or ordinances hereby repealed as cited In Soctlon 4, of this ordinance) nor shall any lust or legal right or remedy of any character be lost, Impaired or affected by this ordinance. Section 8. Effective Onto. This ordinance shall take effect and ba In force from and after Its passage and publication In Iho official City paper. approved this 5 day of Passed and October, 1971. ATTEST: DARLENE EIKLOR City Clerk KEITH SHOWALTER Acting Mayor of tho section and Inserting tho following: "shnll bo of (Ire proof (typo 1), uncombusllblo (type 2)," (n) That Soctlon 1408.1 Is hereby amended by Inserting the words "ten thousand" In the spnco (blank) provided for the minimal amount of dollars for tho bond required therein. (o) That said Basic Building Code Is likewise hereby amondod by adding tho following section thereto: Soctlon 1402.4 (Foes), Tho following fees shall bo paid 1o tho city before n sign permit shall Issue: Billboard!" — 3Sc on. 10 sq. ft, or fraction thereof.of display face. Ground Signs — 35c oa. 10 sq. ft. or fraction thereof of display face. Individual or .free standing letters or figures — 12" or loos In height — loc oa. 13" to 24" In height - 20c on. over 24" In height - 30c oa. Marquee s'lgni — $1.00 each 10 sq. II. or fraction thereof of display space Protecting »lans - $1.00 each 10 sq. ft. or fraction thereof of display space, Notice Is hereby given to the legal elactorrj of tho City of Hutchlruon, Kansas, that tho governing body of inld city proposes to pass an ordinance granting a natural gas franchise to The Kansas Power and Light Company, said ordinance bolng In form as follows! ORDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE granting to tha Kansas Power and Light Company, a Kansas corporation, Its successors and assigns, a natural gas franchise, prescribing the terms thereof and relating thereto, and repealing nil ordinances or parts of ordinances Inconsistent wllh or conflicting with tho terms thereof. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OP HUTCHINSON, KANSAS: Section 1. That In consideration of the benefits to be derived by the Clly of Hutchinson, Kansai, and Its Inhabitants, Ihero Is hereby granted to The Kansas Power and Light Company, hereinafter sometimes designated as "Company", said Company being a Kansas corporation operating n system for Iho transmission of olcclrlc current between two or more Incorporated cities In tho Stato of Kansas, and also operating a system for the transmission and distribution of natural gas In the Stato of Kansas, the right, privilege and authority for a period of twenty (So) years from tho — day ol - , 19 — , to occupy and use the several streets, avenues, alleys, bridges, parks, parkings, and public places of said Clly for tho placing and maintaining of pipe linos and other equipment, necessary to carry oh the business of selling and distributing natural gas for all purposes to tho City of Hutchinson, Kansas, and Its Inhabitants, and through said City and beyond the limits thereof; to obtain said natural gas from any source available, and to do all things necessary or proper to carry on said natural gas business In the Clly of Hulchlnson, Kansas,' Soctlon 1. As further consideration for tho granting of this franchise, and In lieu of any city occupation, license or revenue taxes, the Company shall pay to the City nf Hutchinson, Kansas two per Roof signs lOc per square foot or pancy defined In Soctlon 120.0 as aforesaid," (c) That Section 113.1 Is hereby fraction thereof, of display spnco. Wall signs — 50c each 10 sq. ft. or fraction thereof of display space, TEMPORARY SIONSi 50c each for signs 20 square'feet or loss. $1.00 each for signs with over 20 square feel of display area. MINIMUM FEE FOR ALL SIGN PERMITS - $2.00 Clocks, barber polos or bulletins- Classify 'as wall, ground or projecting signs. (p) Said Basic Building Code Is likewise horeby amended by adding the following soctlon thereto: "Soctlon 1503.4. Electrical Fees. — Tho 'allowing charges shall bo made tor tho Inspection of electrical wiring by tho building officials: (a) Rough Inspection 2.00 (b) Final Inspections Electrical services, each $0.02 per Amp. mln. 2.00 Ten openings or less 1.00 Excess of ton 1 openings, per outlet °' 10 Motors, under 5 HP '.°o 5 HP to 20 HP 1.50 over 20 HP '.OO Low voltage transformers, each 1.00 Electric welders, each 1.00 Furnace or boiler controls 1.00 Construction services l.oo All power outlets not specified 1.00" cent from (2%) of Its • gross revenue the sole of natural gas during unds, the City Treasurer may transfer aid securities to any other fund or unds In which there are temporarily die moneys, or shell sell such securities, and for tuch purpose, ho "hall have authority to make any written directions, on dorsements or assignments for and on behalf of tho City. Any such transfers or sales shall be reported to the governing >ody at Its next regular meeting and be ncorporated In the mlnulos of the said meeting. Section 5. Earnings and Records: The Interest or other earnings from Invest ments mode pursuant to this ordlnanc shall be credited pro rata to tho fun tho Investment bo used, Insofa the ad valorem or funds from which were made, and shall as possible, to relieve tax levies of the City. Tho City Troasu or shall maintain a complete and detalle amended by the addition of the following language thereto: "Likewise no person, firm or corporation shall move or cause lo bo moved or relocated, Into or wllhln tho corporalo limits of tho Clly of South Hutchinson, Kansas, any building or structure of any kind or part thereof until tho building permit provided for herein has been obtained." (d) That Section 118.2 Is hereby amended to read as follows: "Any person desiring a permit shall at Iho lime tho permit Is Issued pay to tho City a fee as sot out In tho schedule below. Schedule nf Permit Poos. Group A — Now Construction, nddl tlons or enlargements, first 2000 sq. ft, — $2.00 per 100 sq, ft, or fraction thereof) over 2000 sq. ft. — $1,00 per 100 sq, ft, or fraction thereof. Group B — Repairs, alterations or con versions 0-$500 — $2.00 $500 — $1000 —$3.00 Each additional $1000. or frac tlon thereof — $2.00 Group C — Mechanical Equipment JO - $500—$2,00; $500 • $1000-$3.00; each additional. $1000 or fraction thereof — $1.00 Group D — Miscellaneous Tents — $1,00 for each 1000 sq. ft. or fraction thereof Awnings and Canopies — Flat $2,00 fee. Fire escapes — 0,50 per story Certificate of occupnny — $1.00, (3) That Soctlon 118.3 Is hereby amend d to read as follows: Moving of Buildings: Tho foe for a ulldlng permit for the removal of a > nor and the appropriate recommenda '(q) That Section 1700.0 Is hereby amondod to read as follows: "Soctlon 1700.0 Scope. The design and Installation of plumbing systems, Includ Ing sanitary and storm drainage, sanitary facilities, water supplies and storm water and sewage disposal In buildings shall comply with tho requirements of this article and accepted engineering practice ns defined In the National Plumbing Code listed In appendix B except as modified In section 1707." (r) That Section 1707,1 Is horeby amended to road as follows: "Section 1707,1 Plastic pipe. It shall be permissible lo use pipe A.B.S. (Aery- lonllrllo - butadiene - slyreno) or. P.V.C. (Polyvlnyl Chloride) Schedule 40 system or systems of drainage waste and venl piping and fittings Standards C S 270-65, conforming to and C S 272-65 respectively for soil waste and vent systems. A.B.S. fittings will bo used only with A. B. S. pipe and P.V.C. fittings only with P.V.C, pipe. All pipe and fittings shall carry tho appropriate Na- Sanitation Foundation Seal of ap- „ ,13 shown (nSf), Joints ahall be rnn'.'o In accordance with such com morcial standards In an approved man- tlonal proval ulldlng or structure from one lot to nothor or to a new location on tho same ot shall be $5.00." (f) That Section 118.4 Is hereby amend- d to read as follows: Demollloni The fee for a permit for he demolition of a building or struc- uro shall bo $5.00." a) That Section 122.3 Is hereby amended by Inserting tho words "one hundred" In tho space provided for tho maximum amount of dollars for the fine provided for therein. (h) That Soctlon 123.2 Is horeby amend ed by Inserting Ihe words "twenty-five" and "one hundred" as follows: "a fine of not less than twenty - five dollars or more than one hundred dollars," (I) That Section 126.3 Is hereby amended by to read as follows: "The third member of tho Board shall receive for his services a reasonable fee to be paid Ions of the manufacturer. Only an np iroved type ol solvent shall be usec or solvent weld as recommended by the manufacturer. Standard for plastic pipe and fittings lor potable water shall be as follows Interior cold water distribution ant water service lines shall bo Schedule 40 P.V.C., and shall meet tho specifications of Standard C S 207-60. All P.V.C. plpi and fittings used tor poloble water muii be approved by the National Sanitation Foundation and bo marked wllh thr nSf seal and conform with the abovi materials. All P.V.C, wslor distribution and service lines must have a minimum rate working pressure of 200 P.S.I. Un dorground sprinkler systems shall hov tho term of Ihls franchise to all consumers within Iho corporato limits of the said City, except consumers purchasing gas at Company's Industrial or Intorrup- fblo rotes, and ono percent (1%) of Its ross revenue from .the sale of natural as during tho term of this franchlso to II consumers within the corporate limits f sold City purchasing gas at Company's nduslrlal or Inlerruptlblo rates. Such payment shall bo made monthly for tho pro- odlng monthly.period after the effective ate of, this franchlso, Section 3. That all mains, services and Ipo which, shall bo laid or Installed, un- or this grant shall bo so located and aid as not to obstruct or Interfere with ny water pipes, drains, sewers or other trucluro already Installed. Soctlon 4. Company shall. In tho doing any work In connection with Its aid gas mains, pipes and services, void, so far as may bo practicable, In- orforlng with the use of any street, ol- oy, avenue or other public thoroughfare, nd where Comony disturbs the surface f o street, allay, avonuo or other pub- c thoroughfare, It Shall at Its own ex- icnso ond In a manner satisfactory to 10 duly authorized representatives of tho City replace such paving or surface In ubsfantfally as good condition as before aid work was commenced. Section 5. It Is recognized that the no- urnl gas to be delivered horeunder Is to be supplied from a pipe line system transporting natural gas from distant sources of supply; and the Company, by Its ac- :eplance of this franchise as hereinafter provided, does obligate Itself to furnish natural gas In such quantity and for iuch length of time, limited by the terms hereof, as the said sources and said pipe lines are reasonably capable of supplying. Soctlon 6. That Company/ Its successors and assigns, In the construction/ main- enance and oepratlon of Its natural gas >ystem, shall use all reasonable and proper precaution to avoid damage or In- ury to persons and property/ and shall lold ond save harmless the Clly of Hutchman, Kansas, from any and all damage, Injury or expense caused by the sole negligence of said Compony, Its we- coisors and assigns/ or Its or their agents or servants, Section 7. That within sixty (60), days 'rom and after the passage .and approval of this ordinance, Company shall tile wllh •he City Clerk of the Clfy of Hutchinson, <ansas, Its unconditioned written acceptance of this ordinance. Section 8. That this ordinance shall be. come effective and be In force' and shall be and become a binding contract between the City of Hutchlnaon, Kansai, and The Kansas Power and Light Company, Its successors and assigns, after lit passage, approval and publication as required by law/ and acceptance; by Mid Company. Section 9, This franchise |s granted pursuant to the provisions of K.S.A. 12- 125 minimum P.S.I. working pressure o (s) Said Basic Building Code Is like wise amended by adding the followln 824. Soctlon 10. That any and all ordinances or parts of ordinances In conflict with the terms hereof are hereby repealed. Passed and approved this -— day of Attest: Mayor Thlt notice executed at I ha City of Hulch- lnson, Kansas the 5!h day of October, 1971. DAVID R. AAACKBY Mayo/ . 1508

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