The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 10, 1971 · Page 2
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Hutchinson, Kansas
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Sunday, October 10, 1971
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Future Farmers Will Meet in Kansas City KANSAS CITY (AP) - About 430,000 members of the Future Farmers of America will be represented this week at the 44th national FFA convention in The Hutchinson News MO 2-3311 THe Arwcliro Pre** It tntitIM to Ihi us* by reproduction of all local news, printed In tht newspaper » well at all AP News dispatches. Published dally and Sunday at 310 Watt Second Hutchinson, Kansas «7Jel Stuart Awbrey Editor and Publisher Richard D. Popp John G. Harris Advertising Director Production Manager Department Heeds News: R. E. CoWren, managing editor. Wayne Lea, associate editor. Jemes Hitch, news editor. Rich Lover), night editor. Millie Hurtane, weekend editor. Circulation: Dennis Smith, manager, Clarence Eeles, mailing room foreman. Advertising: Louise Fooshee, classified manager •uslness: Jamas Orake, manager. Art Fabrlilus, office manager. Production: Robert Nlcklln, Ray Cordon, composing room foremen. R. C. Rob- D. K. Mangels, press room fore- N at MEMBER OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Single copy 10c, Sunday 20c Rural Mall In state of Kansas, one year; six months 814.94) one month 82J8. Elsewhere by mall, one year *».00i tlx months 114.00; one month $3.00. Price Includes postage end applicable tales tax. Second class pottage paid at Hutchinson, Kansas trail. Kansas City. Registration begins Tuesday, but 113 delegates from 49 states and Puerto Rico are expected to arrive Monday to lay groundwork for convention business sessions and activities. Convention officials antici pate more than 11,000 FFA members and some 2,000 advisers, parents and school administrators at the meeting, which will run through Friday. Convention Speakers Speakers from Wednesday through Friday include J. Phil Campbell, undersecretary of the Department of Agriculture; John G. Veneman, undersecretary of the Department of Health, Education and Welfare; Greg Bamford, national FFA president in 1967-68; Yoshio Okawara of the Japanese embassy in Washington and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rogers, radio and television stars. Major business in this year's conference concerns proposed changes to the FFA National Constitution. Amendments proposed this year would broaden the scope of the organization to provide more opportunity for nonfarm youth interested in aagribusiness sources and natural re- Outstanding YkwtMat&Uim SPECIALS Chromium plated Seltzer Syphon Reg. $18.95 Makes instant soda . ., and sparkling wines, Ice Cream Sodas, Scotch & If Soda, etc. Just wipe with *? dry cloth to polish. Great for the office Make and enjoy real coffee in the Duol-lotor Reg. $22.50 Makes the best filter coffee. For the best coffee . . . cup after cup .. . and always alike. Keeps sizzling hot for hours and hours. Never reheat. No percolator taste. No messy sediment, fast and easy, economical, too. The All Purpose Vacuum Pitcher DBCOffATIVE Beautiful multl-colored Glass Candle Holder with metal base and Candle. 2 styles for you to choose from. These candles will add a soft glowing touch of charm to any room. Open Monday and Thursday Evenings iers 'First and ^M*w Special Events Special events at the convention include the sixth agricultural career show, which features exhibits from 31 agricultural trade associations and professional societies; national livestock and animal products judging contests; the FFA speaking contest and the first national presentations in the Building Our American Communities program. This year 191 three-member teams will participate in the judging contests. Each team will comoete in one of five con tests areas—dairy cattle, dairy products, livestock, poultry and meats. Each year the event is held in cooperation with the American Royal Livestock and Horse Show, which provides the animals. In the speaking contest, judges will score each of four regional winners and select the winner of the $300 national award. The new Building Our Ameri can Communities program was designed to get members involved in rural development. Twenty chapters will be recognized as gold emblem recipients in the award program. Four will be recognized as regional winners and one of the four will be named to receive the presidential citation for the nation's top community action program. Installation of new officers is scheduled for Friday night. Attica Guard Dies ALL QUEENS — Albion College, in Albion, Mich., will go on record here Oct. 22 as having the largest homecoming queen in history, measuring 245-169-250. Actually, 'she' is a composite of all the candidates, who decided to reign as a court rather than elect one queen. From left, front row, (Hutchinson News-UPI Telephoto) they are: Margaret Casey, Chicago, Janice Temple, Livonia, Mich., Diane Shire, Hudson, Ind., Melinda Shriver, Oxford, Ohio. In the back row, from left, are Nancy Van Keuren, Hudson, Ohio, Barbara Jo Kezlarian, Royal Oak, Mich., and Sue Foster, Okemos, Mich. Is your checking account too fat? Then reduce it and put your excess funds to work in a FIRST FEDERAL SAYINGS ACCOUNT Here's what Quik-Draw will do for you! * Lets you put your excess funds to work. * Pays interest from the date of deposit to date of withdrawal. * Earnings are compounded continuously and paid quarterly. 9 Convenient and easy to use -- No passbook to keep track of. Htro's a few of the ways you can use Quik-Draw: * To pay your real estate and personal property taxes. * To pay tuition and school expenses. * To start your own Christmas Club account. * To put the excess funds in your checking account to work for you until you need them. Quik-Draw can do all these things for you and at the same time you'll earn a BIG 4 |/2 % per annum for each day your money is on deposit. Come in tomorrow and let our Quik Draw representative explain how you can benefit from Quik Draw. Where you Save. Does make a Difference MAIN £& N I NTH ROCHESTER, NY. (AP) The death toll from the Attica prison riot rose to 43 Saturday with the death of a guard who had been held hostage and was found wounded after police regained control of the prison. Correction Officer Harrison W. Whalen, 37, of Alexander died in Strong Memorial Hospital here. Wha!°n had been hospitalized in serious condition with gunshot wounds immediately after the Sept. 13 retaking of the prison from rebellious inmates The Monroe County medica examiner's office said an au topsy would be performed but not before Sunday. Whalen's death increased to 11 the number of guards or ci vilian employes killed during the riot and assault. The pris oner death toll was 32. Extension Election Meeting Planned NEWTON—An election meeting of the Extension Council will be 8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 19, at the 4-H building here. The meeting is open, but only electors from half the townships and city of Newton will be eligible to vote on home ecojiom ics, 4-H and agricultural repre sentatives. Also on the agenda will be reports from the extension agent and a speech by Dr. Wilber Ringler. Diesel Engine Catches Fire GENESEO - More than 75 box cars were brought to a halt six miles west of here Saturday afternoon when one of the diesel engines pulling them caught fire. Geneseo firemen reported that by the time they arrived on the scene, crewmen on the Missouri-Pacific line had put out the fire with small extinguishers. The boxcars and the disabled engine were to be pulled to their next stop by the other three diesels in the line. Hutchinson News Sunday^ctJMgn Wfi* 90 'fATMtft *OTOMST# , 1, ^wli'ljiljijIl'WW,* 1 "'I 'li 'l,!,' V! llllllllllllllilil FAIR AND WARMER tveather Sunday. Weather in the News Hourly Temps. Time 1 a.m. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 noon Temp. ...50 ....49 ....49 ,...48 ..46 ,...44 ,...44 ...42 . . .46 ...50 .54 ...57 Time 1 p.m. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 midnight Temp. ... 58 ....60 ...60 ....61 ...51 ....62 ....60 ....58 ...56 ... 55 ... .53 .51 Elsewhere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Lew l»r Forecasts Zones 2 and 3 -- Sunday (air and a little warmer. Highs 70 to 75. Light variable winds. Sunday night fair with lows near 40. Zone 7 — Sunny and warmer Sunday. High in mid to upper 60s. Mostly clear Sunday night. Low mid to upper 30s. Zones 9 and 10 — Fair and warmer Sunday and Sunday night. Winds becoming southwest 5 to 15 mph Sunday. High Sunday 64 to 68. Low Sunday night 40 to 45. OKLAHOMA — Fair through Monday. Warmer west Sunday and statewide Sunday night and Monday. Highs Sunday 68 to 78. Lows Sunday night 42 to 52. Highs Monday 70 to 82. Albany, rain Albu'que, clear Amarlllo, clear Anchorage, cldy Ashevllle, rain Atlanta, cldy Birmingham, cldy Bismarck, clear Boise, clear Boston, cldy Buffalo, rain Charleston, cldy Charlotte, rain Chicago, rain Cincinnati, cldy Cleveland, clear Denver, clear Des Moines, cldy Detroit, cldy Duluth, rain Fairbanks, cldy Fort Worth, clear Green Bay, M Helena, clear Honolulu, clear Houston, clear Ind'apolis, cldy Jacks'ville, rain Juneau, cldy Kansas City, Little Rock, clear Los Angeles, clear Louisville, clear Marquette, M Memphis, clear Miami, clear Milwaukee, rain Mpls-St.P., cldy New Orleans, cldy New York, cldy Okla. City, clear Omaha, cldy Phllad'phla, cldy Phoenix, clear Pittsburgh, rain Ptland., Me., cldy Ptland., Ore., clear Rapid City, clear Richmond, rain St. Louis, cldy Salt Lake, clear San Diego, clear San Fran., clear Seattle, clear 60 73 67 44 57 75 75 65 81 45 62 65 67 54 64 57 70 61 63 50 47 75 M 73 86 78 62 85 48 62 89 89 64 M 73 83 53 52 81 66 67 59 69 94 67 58 78 76 71 57 73 79 57 71 39 .01 53 48 40 .04 48 .30 59 58 32 52 48 51 .16 55 .01 52 .61 43 T 49 .36 47 31 47 50 .13 41 T 31 .03 60 M M 34 74 67 51 66 .24 31 44 64 64 53 .77 M AA 61 62 40 .04 39 .04 65 54 46 43 .03 51 70 52 .01 40 49 31 48 42 .05 41 62 52 47 Reach Drug Center Goal WASHINGTON (AP) - With the opening of 10 new drug- treatment centers this month the Veterans Administration has reached its goal of 32 such facilities, VA administrator Donald E. Johnson announced Saturday. The sixfold expansion of drug-treatment centers in VA hospitals is part of a program launched last June by Presi­ dent Nixon. Johnson said that thanks largely to an additional $14 million requested by Nixon the VA will have $17.1 million for its drug-rehabilitation pro- in fiscal 1972. The 10 centers formally opened in October are at Brooklyn, Denver. East Orange, N.J., Indianapolis, Little Rock, Omaha, Philadelphia, St. Louis, Topeka, Kan., and Vancouver, Wash. DIAMOND Duettes Solitai aires Bridal sets AT DISCOUNT PRICES IN GIBSON'S DISCOUNT CENTER 1125 EAST 4TH

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