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Juco Nettcrs Whip Garden The Hutchinson Community By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I and lOth-rankcd Georgia tan- going for them right now. Thc. llerc Thu, * sc '«y «'en though jcollege women's tennis team It sounds like science fiction | gles with Mississippi at Jack- j last three games they've been they didn't tak3 a first-place j defeated Garden City women. son. j going like high water over level i finish. < 6A - at Rowans courts. Friday. Night action finds sixth-rated|ground ... maybe downhill! cindv Wesley of Nickerson Alabama at Vanderbilt and No. ground. was third "j n singles "and 7 Notre Dame at Miami. Fla. ; "I was sorry to sec them gOiRnbynn Blaine was fourth 6 War of the Wishbones 9 Tops College Grid Menu \ Nickerson Girls \ Win at Greensburg i GREENSBURG - The Nick- i erson girls won the Greensburg; Invitational Tennis Tournament j Legal Notices fhis~7 Day of "Sept. 1971 THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF TURON, KANSAS I BY: OLEN BARKER, MAYOR ' but the War of the Wishbones becomes a reality Saturday when third -ranked Texas and eighth-rated Oklahoma turn their High-powered offenses ., loose on each other in the Cotton Bowl at Dallas. Oklahoma has taken to thelDonnie Wigginton. a devastating Texas Wishbone-T 16 3-pounder who sparkled!satisfaction. They run some Q^.SO well that the Sooners rank against Texas Tech and Ore-{things differently, but basically 'second nationally in total and|gon. to run Coach Darrell Roy-jifsjhc same stuff. ! 'he Texas, riddled by injuries, goes to war without quarterback Eddie Phillips, leaving 5-foot-8, while the team of Cindy Andsager and Barbara Stapleton rushing offense and third in points per game. The Longhorns are fourth in rushing, ,15th in scoring and sixth in points against. •Texas-Oklahoma is the highlight of an attractive college football menu that includes such other delicacies as second- ranked Michigan at Michigan State on national television and No. 19 Stanford at Washington, No. 11, in a shootout between the nation's Nos. 1 and 3 passing teams. ; Huskers Meet Mizzou Top-rated Nebraska begins defense of its Big Eight championship at Missouri, fourth- ranked Auburn entertains Southern Mississippi, No. 5, Colorado is at Iowa State for a Big Eight battle of unbeatens. No. 9 Penn State hosts surprising •Army in an Eastern showdown to the Wishbone, but it really is the formation that suits their personnel anrl they are execu- fin j sher j third in doubles ting it much too well for myj The) . e were tcn toams jn thc tournament. singles title went to al's famed Wishbone attack. , "They have one or two plays |Marty Cope of Pratt while the Oklahoma, which has aver-j we don't use. They have a dif-IAshland team of Linda Noland aged 425.3 rushing yards in three starts to 349.3 for Texas, is led by quarterback Jack Mildren (278 yards. 5.7 average) and super-quick halfbacks Greg Pruitt (413, 10.6) and Joe Wylie (218, 7.5). "This Oklahoma team is probably the best we've played since I've been here," says Royal, an OU grad who has been at Texas since 1957 and has a 77-19-2 record, including 12-2 against his alma mater. "I sincerely believe this Oklahoma team is the equal of any team in the nation. They can play with anybody. Got It All "There is not a phase of the game they haven't played well. They have talent, they have confidence . • . they've got it Game Time 8 p.m. HCC Entertains Highland Tonight The Hutchinson Community College Blue Dragons, humiliated, 62-14, by Fort Scott last week, return to the scene of the crime Saturday night when they play host to Highland at Gowans Stadium. Gametime for the Jayhawk Juco Conference tilt is 8 p.m. " '• The Dragons are still looking for their second win of the season and currently stand 1-2-1 with a 1-1-1 record in JJC play. 0 Coach John Matous said af- 1 ter the Fort Scott game that § tte Dragons needed to go back £ and concentrate on hmdamen- fe tals. So, the Dragons have c worked on basics this week | in practice and Matous said I he has been well pleased with I the results. "We've had a $ good week," he said. | Highland, like the Dragons I has won only one game this vt • . I Doubleheaders Split | In Valley Nine PI | The North Reno boys softball I team whipped Valley Pride 10-4 | Friday afternoon in Valley Nine | League action. | John Flynn homered for % North Reno. The win was North £ Reno's third of thc year, against I two losses. I The Valley Pride girls won | their game 2S-8 over North I Reno. Julie "nicker hit a round « tripper for Valley Pride. The | VP girls have a record of 4-1 | while North Reno stands at 2-3. | The St. Joseph girls team beat | Elreka 13-3 to bring its record S to 2-1 for the season. The win| ning pitcher was Margie Gue£ belle. She helped her own cause g with two homers. Donna Becker | and Gwen Seiler also hit home I runs for Elreka. p The Elreka boys kept their | record clean by winning their £ fourth straight game 14-1 over £ St. Joseph boys. Darrell Stutzman was the I winning pitcher. Phil Nisly of Elreka, had the game's only homer. Elreka boys are undefeated this season. av season and stands 1-3. The Scotties are, for the most part, a passing team and rank fourth in the league in passing with an average of 154.8 yards per game. They are last in rushing, averaging only 50 yards per game. Hutchinson has also fared much better through the air than on the ground this year. The Dragons rank second in passing at 163 yards per game and sixth in rushing at 105.5. There have been some changes in the Dragon defensive alignment designed to get more speed and quickness on defense. Mike Potter, who has been a starter at offensive guard for the first four games of the season, will open' at inside linebacker against Highland. David Butler will remain at the other linebacker spot. Former defensive halfback Steve Dutton moves to cornerback to join Terry King. A pair of freshmen, David White and Kirby Kitt will be at defensive halfbacks and Spencer Thomas will be the safety. Vance Randies, who started for two weeks at defensive end, will move back to tackle along with Gary Geist. There will be two new defensive ends, Kendall Wooten and Ron Busse, both freshmen. On offense Owen Zook will be at left guard replacing Potter, Pat Clerihan, recovered from a shoulder injury, moves back to right tackle and Don Busse replaces the injured Conrad Lawrence at tight end. Bob Albright will again be the quarterback, Bryan Brunswig the fullback, Danny McClure and Tom Ruane the wide receivers and soph Keck Kimbell will get the call at running back. ferent type of a pass or two land Vickie Thompson won the and they run ;i handoff to thcjdoubles. halfbacks into the line of scrim- 1 mage. They have an excellent operator (Mildren) and unbelievable speed in their two halfbacks. They have gained much ground at the corners on the wide stuff. They'll turn a five- yard gain into a 25-yarder." Unlike Texas and Oklahoma, the Michigan-Michigan State encounter matches what many consider to be the best defensive units in the Big Ten. Michigan is second nationally in total defense and rushing defense and tops in points against with three straight shutouts and a yield of only six points—all to Northwestern in the opener—in j four games. "To beat Michigan we're going to have to get some points on the scoreboard," says State's Duffy Daugherty. "This is something no one else has been able to do. We'll have our hands full, but I believe we'll have the right mental attitude to meet tha challenge." Michigan State is ranked ninth nationally in pass defense and Michigan's Bo Schembech- ler says he is "very impressed with their defense. It will cause a lot of problems for us and is without a doubt the best defense we will play against so far this season." The emotionally charged game—Michigan has 38 homegrown players, State has 51—is a sellout for the 24th consecutive time. It was supposed to be a defensive struggle last year, too, but Michigan won 3420. Nebraska has gone 23 games—22 wins, one tie—since its last loss, a 17-7 setback to none other than Missouri in 1969. That Nebraska team tied for the Big Eight title and went on to the Sun Bowl. I Grizzlies Snare Title Butler County Junior College of El Dorado won the Hutchinson Invitational Cross Country Meet at Carey Park Friday afternoon as a fleet-field of runners led the Grizzlies to a 21-point total. Eleven runners came in with outstanding times. Filener of Butler County won individual honors with a clocking of 14:46.0. The llth-place finisher, Perry Koehn of Hutchinson, was clocked in 15:13.0. Mike Bair of Hutchinson set a school three-mile record with a time of 14:50.0. He placed second in the meet. The Hutchinson team also set a school record for average team time with a 15:19.0 clocking. The old record was set in 1970 by Orzco, Hunt, Papon, Winter and Bair with a time of 15:31.0. Other top finishers in the meet were Moreno, Butler; Harrison, Butler; Waquie, Haskell; Torton, Butler; Hays, Butler; Serrano, Butler; Patterson, Butler; Cole. Allen County; and Koehn, Hutchinson. Other Hutchinson runners who placed were Mike Nutt, 18th, J 5:24; James Everett, 21st, 15:30; FYank Passantino, 23rd, 15:35; Mike Smith, 27th. 15:45 and Dale Schrieber, 39th. Next Friday, the Blue Dragons will compete at Haskell. It was their most impressive triumph of the season. Results: Hutchinson Garden City Marv Jane Meyers def. Pam Zubeck, 6-1, 7-5. Cynthia Simmons def. Joyce Heinz, 6-0. 6-1. Jo Abbott lost to Pattie Meier, 2-6, 3-6. Susan Butterfield def. Brenda Meeker, 6-2, 6-1. Sonia Smith def. Patty Geyer, 6-3, 6-1. i Meyers-Simmons def. Heinz| Meier, 6-1, 6-1. | Butterfield-Smith def. Zubsck- I Meeker, 6-1. 6-2. i i I Partridge Registers Undefeated Season PARTRIDGE - Partridge completed an all victorious Western Reno Activities Association grade school softball season, Friday, defeating Turon, 8-7 in a girls game and 12-4 in a boys' contest. Both Partridge girls and boys finished with 5-0 league records. Karen Henderson was winning pitcher for the Partridge girls. Max Hartman pitched for the Partridge boys. Truitt-h.it a two- run homier for the champions. Expect Sunny Skies TOPEKA. Kan. (AP) - It will be sunny and cool for the big football game between thc Kansas Jayhawks and the Kansas State Wildcats in Lawrence Saturday. Thc National Weather Service said skies will be sunny, temperatures in the low 60s and winds light northerly for the game which starts at 1:30 p.m. _ Legal Notices that on the 23 day of SeptemMrTlOT, Clarence E. Hamilton was appointed Executor of the will of Phillip G. Teeter, deceased, and duly qualified as such Executor and letters testamentary were! (Seal) Issued to him on September 23, 1971, by'Attest: the Probate Court of Reno County. Kan- J lona Huff, City Clerk 535. i ORDINANCE NO. 142 All parties . Interested in said estate] AN ORDINANCE PERTAINING will take notice »nd govern themselves accordingly. All creditors Te notified to exhibit their demands against the said estate within nine months from the date of the first publication of this notice as provided by law, -nd If their demands are not thus exhibited they shall be forever barred. TO I Building or Remodeling J Call § ED WEIGEL # 3304 No. Elm I Hutchinson, Ks. 663-9804 BOWL JACKPOT Mixed Doubles 7:00 P.M. Saturday Lanes available for open play most of the time. - ANNOUNCING SOMETHING NEW COLOR PIN FIESTA EVERY FRIDAY AT 9 P.M. New Big Bowling Bargain j'RENT-A-LANE" — Bowl as much as you like. Sundays 10 a.m. to 12 noon for only $2,50 COUNTRYSIDE LANES 30th and Lorraine MO 3-9144 Legal Notices "(First Published in The Hutchinson News on September 25, 1971.) IN THE PROBATE COURT OF RENO COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE MATTER OF ) THE PERSON AND ESTATE) OF VINNIE MARY JAMES, I No. 6108 AN INCAPACITATED ) PERSON. ) NOTICE OF HEARING STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed In'said Court by Joel Lakln James, Jr. and Diana Lee James, conservators of the estate of Vinnla Mary James, an Incapacitated person, praying for an order of the Court ordering the sale at public sale of the following- described real estate owned by said Incapacitated person, situated In Reno County, Kansas, to wit: Undivided Interest In Lots 1, 3, J, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, 51, 23, 25 and 27, North Main Street, Plevna, Reno County, Kansas; Undivided Vi Interest In Lots 2, 4, 4, 8, io and 12, Railroad Avenue West Plevna, Reno County, Kansas; Undivided % Interest In Lots 14, 16, II, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 30, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40 and 42, Railroad Avenue West, Plevna, Reno County, Kansas; Undivided Vi interest In Lots 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 and 11. Avenue "A" West, Plevna, Reno County, Kansas; Undivided Vt interest In Lots 13, 15, 17, 19, 21, 23, 25, 27, 29, 31, 33, 35, 37, 39 and 41, Avenue "A" West, Plevna, Reno County, Kansas; Undivided '•'? Interest In Lots 14, 16, 18, 20, 22. 24, 26, 28, 30, 32. 34, 36, 3S, [ o'clocK A.M 40 and 42, Avenue "A" West, Plevna,! Reno County, Kansas; Undivided '? interest in Lots 13, 15, 1/ CLARENCE E. HAMILTON Executor of the Will of Phillip G. Teeter, deceased. MARTINDELL, CAREY, HUNTER J. DUNN Ml Wolcott Building Hutchinson, Kansas 67501 Attorneys for Executor 8471 CITY PLUMBING TESTS Testlnq for City of Hutchinson plumbing licenses will be given at 8 :00 AM on the morning of Oct. 30, 1971 at City Hall, B i, Poplar, Hutchinson, Kansas. Tests will be available for Master S. Journeyman Plumber & Gas fitters. Applications S. fees must be paid by 5:00 PM on 22 Oct. 1971. No applications accepted after this date. 8504 (First Published in The Hutchinson News, September 25, 1971) STATE OF KANSAS, COUNTY OF RENO, ss: IN THE PROBATE COURT OF RENO COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE MATTER OF ) THE ESTATE OF ) ) NO. 7010 MYRTLE DUNDAS, ) DECEASED ) NOTICE OF HEARING STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that a Petition has been filed In said Court by Calvin DeBus, administrator of the estate of Myrtle Dundas, deceased, praying for final settlement of said estate, approval of his accounts as administrator, allowance for attorney fees and expenses, and also that the Court determine the heirs of decedent and assign to them ]MANUALLY the real estate and personal property remaining in said estate, and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 18th day of October, 1971, at nine o'clock A.M., on said day, in said Court, in the City of Hutchinson, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fall therein, ludgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. CALVIN DoBUS, Administrator ATTEST: E. VICTOR WILSON, Probate Judge RAUH, THORNE 8, ROBINSON 315 West 1st Street Hutchinson, Kansas 67501 Attorneys tor Administrator 8472 "(First - published In The - Hutchinson News, September 25, 1971) IN THE PROBATE COURT OF RENO COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF MINA L. DIMMITT, DECEASED. NO. 7331 NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas To All Persons Concerned: You are hereby notified that a petlton has been filed in said Court by Thelma Aelella Fluke, as a daughter, heir-at-law, legatee and devisee of Mlna L. Dimltt, deceased, praying for the admission to probate of the Will of Mlna L. Dlmitt dated February 27, 1954, which is filed with said petition, and for the appointment of Earl Fluke as Administrator C.T.A., and you are hereby reqiured to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 19th day of October, 1971, at 10:00 o'clock a.m., of said day. In said Court, in the City of Hutchinson In Reno County, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fall therein, ludgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. THELMA ADELIA FLUKE, Petitioner. (SEAL) -- Attest: E. VICTOR WILSON, Probate Judge. Roy E. Williams, Kingman, Kansas, Attorney for Petitioner 1469 i N~ f H E~~D I ST RIC T~~C OUR T~OF RE NO COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ) APPLICATION OF MARJORIE ) WINGET, TO CHANGE HER ) NAME. ) NOTICE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Greeting: You are hereby notified that the above named Mar|orie Wlnget has filed her petition In the above Court, praying for ludgment and decree changing her name from Mariorie Winget to Marlorie Baumer; and that said petition will be heard by this Court at the Courthouse, Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas, on the 22 day of November, 1971, at 9:00 I Metal Furniture SAVE AU RUSTABIE METAL SURFACES... INDOORS and OUTI SAVE rateable metal the easy, RUST-OLEUM way... just brush RUST-OLEUM 769 Damp-Proof Red Primer dhtttly optt r.ittttd mrfttn ... after scraping and wire- brushing io remove rust scale! Dries free of brush marks io firm, elastic, protective coating that resists tali air. silt spray, rain, snow, sun, heat, fumes, weathering, etc.? 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VICTOR WILSON PROBATE JUDGE (SEAL) BRANINE, CHALFANT * HYTER Hutchinson, Kansas 67501 Attorneys for Petitioner 8470 Mariorie Winpct, Petitioner WEINLOOD, COLE, OSWALT «, Last Ract of Tht Season AUTO RAGES TONIGHT - 7:30 p.m. Stock and Hobby Cars Sdlthawk Speedway 3 miles west on 4th St. md Mi mile south. 1 RUST-OLEUM Distributed by KTngsley^gner MOTOR SUPPLY, INC. 117 E. Sherman Dial S-SM1 (First published" the 2hd'"da7 of October 1971) STATE OF KANSAS, COUNTY OF RENO, ss: IN THE PROBATE COURT OF SAID COUNTY AND STATE IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF V. W. HORNBAKER, ALSO KNOWN AS VERNON W. HORNBAKER, DECEASED No. 6939 NOTICI OF HEARING THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: you are hereby notified that a petition has been filed In said Court by Vincent W. Hornbaker and Gerald D. Hornbaker, executors of the estate of V. W. Hornbaker, also known as Vernon W. Hornbaker, Deceased, praying that their account be settled, allowed and approved, that the Court determine the legatees entitled to the said estate and the respective shares to which each is entitled, that reasonable compensation be allowed for said executors' attorneys, that after payment of such compensation and the court costs said executors be authorlied to distribute the remaining money of said estate to the legatees entitled thereto In accordance with tald decedent's will, end that, upon making such payments and distribution, said executors be discharged; and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the ttth day of October, 1971, at 10:00 a.m. of Mid day tald Court In the City of Hutchinson, Kansas, at which time and place sard cause will be heard. Should you fall therein, ludgmen' and decree will be entered In due course upon said petition. Vincent W. Hornbaker and Gerald D. Hornbaker, Attest: I E. Victor Wilson Probate Judge (Seal) Branlne, Chalfant k Hyttr Hutchinson. Kansas Attorney* for Petitioner* (First Published In The Hutchinson News, September 25, 1971) IN THE PROBATE COURT OF RENO COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE MATTER OF ) THE ESTATE OF ) ) Cese No. 7304 PHILLIP G. TEETER, ) DECEASED. ) NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR To the Creditor*, Heirs, Devisee* and Legatee* of Phillip O. Teeter, deceased, and all others concerned: You and eect>, ,of vou will take notice (494 SHAFFER 603-608 First National Bank Bldg. Hutchinson, Kansas M2-0221 Attorneys for Petitioner 1515 (First published ~ In "The"Hutchinson News, October 9, 1971) STATE OF KANSAS, RENO COUNTY, ss: IN THE PROBATE COURT OF RENO COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ) CYNTHIA RHOTEN JONES, ) No. 7330 Deceased. ) NOTICE OP HEARINO The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed In said Court by Morris Lee Rhoten, as one of thc heirs at law of Cynthia Rhoten Jones, deceased, praying for the determination of the descent of the following described real estate In Reno County, Kansas, to wit: Lots 5 and 6, Block 3, Hutchinson Investment's Company Sth Addition to the City of Hutchinson, Kansas, and all other property, real and personal, or Interest therein,, owned by the said Cynthia Rhoten Jones at the time of her death; and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 2nd day of November, 1971, at 9:30 o'clock a .m., of said day. In said Court, In the City of Hutchinson, In Reno County, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fall therein, ludgment and decree will be entered In due course upon said petition. MORRIS LEE RHOTEN, Petitioner GILLILAND, HAYES 8. GOERING 212 Wolcott Building Hutchinson, Kansas Attorneys for Petitioner ORDINANCE NO. 1*3 AN ORDINANCE PERTAINING TO DANCING IN ESTABLISHMENTS SELLING MALT BEVERAGES IN THE CITY OF TURON, KANSAS AND TO REPEAL SECTION EIGHT OF ORDINANCE NO. SEVENTY THREE ON PAGE 111 AND THE TIME AND REGULATIONS SET FORTH. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF TURON, KANSAS. Section 1 : Dancing In a place of business selling malt beverages will be permitted between the hours of 2 p.m. In the evening until 11:4S p.m. the same evening. It shall be unlawful for any place of business selling malt beverages to permit any dancing between the hour* of 11:4] p .m. to 2 p.m. and upon violation of this ordinance the governing body of the city will revoke the city license that permit* the telling of malt beverage* In the city and the business will be closed. Section 2 : Dancing will be permitted In tht teenage recreation or for any nonprofit or- ganliatlon between the same hours as In section 1 but It will be unlawful fori anyone to sell any alcoholic beverage! around or about the premises where the dance is held. Section 3 : This ordinance shall take effect end be In fore* from and after lit publication In the official Reno County Newspaper. Passed and approved by the Governing Body of the City of Turon, Kansas. CEREAL MALT BEVERAGES AND MAKING IT UNLAWFUL FOR ANY PERSON TO HAVE IN HIS POSSESSION ANY OPEN CONTAINER OF CEREAL MALT BEVERAGES ON THE PUBLIC STREETS, AVENUES, ALLEYS, SIDEWALKS, AND CITY OR PUBLIC OWNED LAND IN THE CITY OF TURON, KANSAS AND PROVIDING PENALTIES THEREOF. Be it Ordained by the Governing Body of the City of Turon, Kansas Section 1 It shall be unlawful for any person to have any cereal malt beverage In his possession, except in the original and unopened container, or to consume any cereal malt beverage upon any public street, avenue, alley, sidewalk, or public and city owned property within the city of Turon, Kansas. Section 2 : Any person violating any of the provisions of this ordinance shall upon conviction thereof be punished by fine not to exceed 550.00, or by imprisonment for a period not to exceed 30 days or both such fino and Imprisonment. Section 3 : This ordinance will take effect and be enforced from and after Its publication in the official Reno County Newspaper. Passed and approved by the Governing Body of the City of Turon, Kansas. This 7 day of Sept. 1971 THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF TURON, KANSAS By: OLEN BARKER, MAYOR (Seal) Attest: IONA HUFF, City Clerk. 1511 ORDINANCE NO. 141 AN ORDINANCE PERTAINING TO THE CARRYING AND SHOOTING OF FIREARMS IN THE CITY OF TURON, KANSAS AT BLUE ROCK FROM A STATIONARY TRAP ELECTRIC OR OPERATED AND ENCLOSED WITH WALLS AND TOP STRONG ENOUGH TO SHED PELLETS FIRED FROM A 12 GAUGE SHOTGUN AT 14 YARDS ALSO THE SHOOTING OF A SHOTGUN BY A CITY EMPLOYE FOR THE PURPOSE OF DESTROYING ANIMALS SUCH AS SKUNKS, POSSUM, BADGER, SNAKES OR ANY OTHER ANIMAL WHICH IS THOUGHT TO BE RABID, AND THE CARRYING OF A FIREARM BY LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS WITH REGULATIONS SET FORTH AS FOLLOWS: Be It Ordained by the Governing Body of the City of Turon, Kansas. Section l : The firing of shotguns will be permitting at a trap set stationary for throwing blue rock In the City of Turon, Kansas providing It Is so enclosed so as to shed shotgun pellets from 16 yards away and no occupied structure Is close enough to receive damage no shotgun larger than i 12 gauge bore can be fired and no farther than 50 yards behind the trap house or 50 yards on either side and no pellets may pass over a school play ground or public park. Section 2 : A city employee or a member of the governing body may fire a shotgun within thc City of Turon, Kansas for the purpose of destroying animals such as Skunks, Possum, Badger, or any Animal thought to be Rabid upon request from an individual which resides within the City and only then it no property will be damaged no life bo endangered from the pellets. Section 3 : The carrying of a firearm will be permitted by a person or persons hired for the purpose of lav; enforcement duty by the County, State, or the City ot Turon, Kansas for the protection of the public. This may be a handgun of any Caliber provided the gun Is registered at the Reno County Sheriff's Office, but must be carried In a holster with handles visible at all times to the public. It shall be unlawful for any person or person* to carry a side -arm or any gun that Is concealed on their person for any reason. Section 4 : This Ordinance shall take effect and bt enforced from and after Its publication In the Reno County Newspaper. Passed and approved by the Governing Body of the City of Turon, Kansas. This 7 day of Sept. 1971. THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF TURON, KANSAS By: Olen Barker, Mayor (Seal) ATTEST: lona Huff, City Clerk. 1510 ORDINANCE NO. 1*4 AN ORDINANCE DESIGNATING THE ENFORCING OFFICER FOR THE PURPOSE OF ADMINISTERING THE PROVISIONS OF K. S. A. 12-1750 THROUGH 12-1756, AUTHORIZING CITIES TO CAUSE THE REPAIR OR REMOVAL OR TO REMOVE UNSAFE OR DANGEROUS STRUCTURES. [ Be It Ordained by the Governing Body ! ol the City of Turon, Kansas. Section 1: The Building Inspector is hereby designated as the "enforcing, officer" of the City of Turon, Kansas, and charged v/lth the administration of the provisions of K.S.A. 12-1750 through 12-1756 the same being en act authorizing cities to cause the repair or removal of any structure located within the city which may have become unsafe or dangerous. Section 2. This ordinance shall take effect and be In force from and after Its publication In the official Reno County Newspaper. Pasted and approved by the Governing Body of the City of Turon, Kansas. Thl* 7th Day of Sept. 1971. THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF TURON, KANSAS. By: Olen Barker, Mayor. (Seal) Attest: lona Huff, City Clerk, 12-1750. Repair or removal of unsafe or dangerous structures; definitions. The following words and phrases when used in this act shall, for the purpose of this act, have the meanings respec tlvely ascribed to them In this section: (a) "Structure" shall mean and In elude any building, wall or other structure; and (b) "enforcing officer" shall mean the building Inspector or other officer designated by ordinance and charged with the administration of the provisions of this act. (L. 1961, ch. 74, No 1; Juno 30.) 12-1751. Same; powers of governing body. The governing body of any city shall have the power to cause the repair or removal of, or to remove any structure located within the city, which may have became unsafe or danqerous. (L. 1941, eh. 74, No. 2; June 30.) 12-1752. Removal of unsafe structures; filing statement; notice and hearing; requirements. Whenever the enforcing of)'.- er shall file with the governing body of the city, a statement In writing that any structure, describing the same and where located, is unsafe or dangerous, said governing body shall by resolution fix a time and place at which the owner, hit agent, any llenholders of record and any occupant of such structure may appear and show cause why such structure should not be condemned and ordered reoalred or demolished. Such resolution shall be nubllshed once each week for two ("1 consecutive weeks on the same day of each week. At least thirty (30) days shall elapse between the last publication and the date sal for the hearing. A copy of said resolution shall be mailed by certified mall within three (I) days after Is first publication to each such owner, agent, llenholder and occupant, at his or It* latt known place of residence, and shall be marked "deliver to addressee only": Provided, That If the owner It a resident In a county In which the city It located the resolution shall be parson- ally served within five IS) davt on such owner or delivered to their last known addrest in lieu of malllnn' tht same, and, In this case, a) least one (t) week shell elapse between the service on such owner and the date set for the hearing. (K.S.A. 12-1752; L. 196*, ch. 115, Nc. I; July 1.) 12-1753. Same; findings; resolution; contents; notice. On the date fixed for heerlng or any adjournment thereof, the | Hutchinson News Saturday, Oct. 9, 1971 Page 10 The News Want Ads Specialized Services BUSINESS, PERSONAL and PROFESSIONAL In Easy-To-Find Alphabetical Order Auto Painting and Repairs O'MARA'S Wide-Track Town offers the finest workmanship in auto body repairs or painting. Call Lawrence Hill for (roe estimates. MO 3-4481. Ah' Conditioning Contractor AIR CONDITIONER, furnace, fan and motor service. Russell Electric, 708 Eosl 7th—MO 2-4971. Alterations & Sewing ALTERATIONS - ~Moih - Tible 's7" Burns, Tears rewoven. House of Weaving, 501 East 3rd, MO 2-7241. Auto Upholstery " "AUTCMOB'i'LE"~ Seat" covers - and" "upholstery. Convertible tops Installed. Truck and tractor seats rebuill. WASSON 106 West 1st Beauty Shops ~ FALL "SPECiALI " Pormanents " ji.00 complete. Biggers Beauty Shop, 317 Wcsl 2nd. Carpentering & Masonry CARPENTRY, concrete, kitchen "cabinets. Free estimates. Georpe Tlnin, MO 2-6109, MO 5-7048. CARPE NTRVrCONC RETET all - kinds. No |ob too small. Free estimates. JOE PREVITERA. MO 5-5127. CONSTRUCTION — REMODELING "of all kinds. Hadley Capps, contractor. MO- 3--I119. CO .CRETE,"WORK "of "all kinds."Free estimates. Call MO 2-8068. Carpet Cleaning SERVICEMASTER expert "carpet"*, funlture cleaning, established 35 years. Call John Holland, 662 -2365. 5TEAMATIC CARPET" cleaning "Call Doug for a clean rug." 663-2538. Free Estimates. Child Care _ — WILL BABYSIT, In" my ~TiomeTTJe7e7- ences. Fenced yard. MO 5-7797. WANTBabysitting, in ' my home. 5-6924. Custom Fit Lingerie ""SPENCER'S INDIVIDUALLY DESIGNED foundations, bras. Mrs. Edith Day, Langdon. Phone 596-2546. Chain Saw Service PIONEER CHAIN Saw Service and Sales, Lawn Mowers, small engine repair. Hodlsco, 1217 West 4th, MO 2-0203. Furnace Cleaning ~HY'-POWER Vac Cleaning for Furnaces & Ducts. SERVICEMASTER, MO 2-2365. Hydraulic Jack Repair ""SMITH'S HYDRAULIC Jack"""'Repair j Moved — New Address 622 East 3rd, (erent. Dignified, Legal - FREE marital MO 3-4628. i counseling. 665-8142. Miscellaneous Servicei WELTJTNG^Fb~D02:"ER WORK Albert Kelley, 662-4042, Hutchinson Nursing & Rest Homes "SPECiAL CARE preferred* couples or single, my home. MO 5-5130. ~WIL L~care for efderfy - g ~eWem"an ""In my home. MO 5-7390. Painting, Papering "T 3 APE R HAN GI NG '~wair~c6verlng, Interior painting. Free estimates. MO 2-2955. Phone evenings at MO 2-9280. "Pi^re" Framing Too" MOULDINGS"; MaiNeedtepbTnT; block, dry mount. STEPHENSON'S, 1212 N. Main, 2-1341. Professional Services ANSWEftTfE Professional Service 14 E. 2nd St. copied at competitive prices. (Let us do your letter writing; Phone 662-4427 Septic Tanks & Sanitation ~SE P'flC TSN KS; cTeanedT repaTr'ed, Installed. Lackey Sanitation, Rt. 3, MO 2-0266, "Red" Wroe operator. MO 5-8158. Trash Hauling ~Eb ~G UTHRIEs~f ras 'hTTSbhfh Iy ra tes, special pickup, Free Estimates, MO 3-6373 Truck & Car Painting QUATiTY—Patntlrig, recondIffibhIng," "re- buildlng of cars, trucks, trailers and industrial equipment. Cleaned by steam and sand blasting. ARK-RIDGE ENTERPRISES, 662-1223, Randolph Anderson, 662-6025. trc¥Trimmin^& RemoviT BOB" STRICKLER TREE SERVICE Equipped and Experienced to handle your tree problems. Slumps removed by machine. MO 5-6215. Termite Control ROBERTSON TERMITE and Pest Control. Guaranteed, u.censed, Insured. MO 5-8710, P.O. Box 483, Hutchinson. Vacuum Cleaners "FILTER QUEEN Sales and Service. Sales help needed. Phone 314-662-0351. TViring QUALITY Electric wiring and repairing (Independent). Russell Electric. 708 East 7th. MO 2-4971. Wedding Service WEDDINGS'- by civil servant —Rev- 16 Special Notices NO" PLACE to G'oWlth Your Old Newspapers? If not, drop them off at The News Plaza, iind they will be sold for recycling Into pa;ter products. A red and white trailer with the slogan "Re-Use The News" Is the depository. Of course any old newspapers will be accepted. This is a public service ot The News. Proceeds will go to the Reno County Environmental Protection Committee. Rent Power Rakes Use Your BankAmerlcard or Master Charge (Pay Later) Evans Rental look for eager to please people offering services In today's Hutchinson News Want Ads! Dial local 2-3311 or call collect 662 -1215. _ Reger Rents Upholstery Shampooers BEAUTY by MARY KAY "Cosmetics". Betty Priest, 662-8527, 5-5723. Route 3, Hutchinson, Kansas. — PARENTS" Without •pARTNERS -'OWPl Membership Drive. If Interested, wrlta Box 1292, Hutchinson. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS wlil~helj» those who sincerely desire to stop drinking, MO 3-9481. LErrR"OL"UX="A"u-f horTzed - 5a"les~ahd Service. Alvln Fry, 2015 North Main. MO 5-6025. Legal Notices governing body shall hear all evidence submitted by the owner, his agent, lien- holders of records and occupants having an Interest in such structure as well as evidence submitted by the enforcing officer filing the statement and shall make findings by resolution. If the governing body of the city shall find that such structure Is unsafe or dangerous, such resolution shall direct the structure to be repaired or removed end the premises made safe and secure. Such resolution shall be published once In the official city paper and a copy mailed to the owners, agents, llenholders of record, and occupants In the same manner provided for the notice of hearing. The resolution shall fix a reasonable time within which the repair or removal of such structure shall be commenced and a statement that If the ov/ner of such structure fails to commence the repair or removal of such structure v/ithln the time stated or fails to diligently prosecute the same until the work Is completed, the governing body will cause the structure to be razed and removed. (L 1961, ch. 74, No. 4; June 30.) | IJ N - Maln ' Sou,h Hutchinson, MO 2 -4481 12-1754. Same; duties of ov/ner after re- j PERSONALIZED Professional deslgn- moval of structure. The owner of any j '"9 and superior craftsmanship w i t h structure, upon removing the same, shall: successful service. All our work is un- fill any basement or other excavation • conditionally guaranteed. Memorial Art located upon the premises and take any!Co., 13C0 Nickerson Blvd. MO 3-3161. other action necessary to leave such! IF YOU'RE A TOUGH "CUSTOMER premises in a safe condition. (L. 1961, ch. 74, No 5; June CO.) 12 -1755. Same; removal of structure, when; certification; salvage, sales; removal costs on tax rolls; no - fund warrants; tax levies. If the owner of any structure hat failed to commence the repair or removal of such structure within the time ttated In the resolution or hat failed to diligently prosecute the same thereafter, the city may proceed to raze and remove such strcture, make the premises safe and secure, or let the tame to contract. The city shall keep an account of the cost of such work and may tell the salvage from tuch structure and apply the proceeds or any necessary portion thereof to pay the cost of removing such structure and making the premises safe and secure, All moneys In excess of that necessary to pay such costs shall, after the payment of all costs, be paid to the owner of the premises upon which the structure was located. If there Is no salvageable material or If moneys received from the sale of salvage Is Insufficient to pay the cost of such work, such costs or any portion thereof in excess of the amount received from the sale of salvage shall be assessed as a special assessment against the lot or parcel of land on which the structure was located and the city clerk shall at the time of certifying other city taxes, certify the unpaid portion of the aforesaid costs and the county clerk shall extend the same on the tax rolls of the county against said lot or parcel of land. Whenever any strcut u ehslblraer-e Whenever any structuro shall be removed from any premises under the provisions of this act, the city clerk shall certify to the county assessor that such structure, describing the same, has been so removed. If there is no salvageable material or If the moneys received from the sale of salvage It Insufficient to pay the costs of the work, such costs or any portion thereof In excess of that received from the sale of salvage may be financed, until the assessment it paid, out of the general fund or by the Issuance of no-fund warrants. Whenevere no - fund warrants are Issued under the authority of this act the governing body of such city shall make a tax levy at the first tax levying period for the purpose of paying tuch warrants and the Interest thereon. All such tax levies shall be In addition te all other levies authorized or limited by law and shall not be sublect to the aggregate tax levy prescribed In article 19 of chapter 79 of the Kansas Statutes Annotated, and amendments thereto. Such warranta shall be Ittutd, registered, redeemed and bear Interest In the manner end In the form prescribed by K.t.A. 79-2940, except they thall not bear the notation required by tald taction and may be Ittued without the approval of the state board of tax appeals. All moneys received from special assessments levied under the provisions of thlt section shall, when and If paid, be placed In the general fund of the city. (K.S.A, 12-1755; L. 1941, ch. 115, No 7i July I.) 121756. Same; Immediate hazard; action to protect public; notice not required; cost. When in the opinion of the enforcing officer, any ttructure It In tuch condition at to constitute an Immediate hazard requiring Immediate action to 17 Coming Events TTOTOnRsWTligTricrwr ^-ermM Club is having a Garage — Bake Sale, October 9th, 9 :e.m.' — 4 :p.m., 7 Carlton Road. ~C^R"A "6E~S7kEE =P'lng Pong table, rollaway bed, clothing, miscellaneous. 1411 North Washington, Sat., Oct. 9—| a.m.— 4 p .m. H -FAc K KOOM "siio idiurday — Goose decoys, aluminum camper shell, clothes, toys and miscellaneous, 319 West 8th. ~G"AfiSeE~li "ArE ~wl3e varletyTlotrof clothing. Corner of 30th and Waldron, Friday and Saturday, 9 to 4:30. SALE Collectibles, depressTon glass,' primitives, souvenir spoons. 719 West 'Jth Thursday - Friday • Saturday. »» • GARAGE SALE, Saturday' — Sund»v 804 North Monroe, Dishes, Antiques, reflector 's Horns, Miscellaneous. / ~YAR"b SALE sTru"r"day7~TurhTlf?l. Drapes, Carpets, Fixtures. 3105 Farmington Road. YARD SALE - Friday - Saturday. 907 Garfield. Maternity Clothes, Baby equipment. "MOVING — Garage Sale Saturday,72 Rambler Road. Freezer, riding lewnmow- er. 2-7141. _ _ RUMMAGE SALE - Ml'HoagTandTfat- urday, «:AM—3:PM. Clothing, Miscellaneous. "" R U MM AG E ""S AL E"402 South'Waln'ul', South Hutchinson, Friday and Saturday. ~G AWA"CE "5AtE :'"»7»~^^ 1210 Forest. Dolls, lots of everything^ _ RUMM"AGE~SALE'"SatuFd«y, 11B~Ealt G. Miscellaneous Itemt and clothing, AVON AND LIQUOR Bottle Collection, Dlihee, Miscellaneous. ISIS latt C day October it, 910 «o. Main. Legal Notices protect the public' such "officer" may~erec1 barricades or cause thee property to be vacated, taken down, repaired, shored or otherwite made safe without delay and such action may, under such circumstances, be taken without prior notice to or hearing ot the ownert, agtntt, llenholders and occupants. The cost of any tuch action shall be assessed against the property and paid In the manner provided by section 4 (12-1755) of thlt act. (L. 1941, ch, 74, No. 7; June 30.) • 1514

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