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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - February 21, 1977, Hutchinson, Kansas Mrs. Homer Johnson CANTON - Lillian Violet 68, died Sunday at Bethesda Born Jan. 26, 1909 at she was married to Homer Johnson April 16, 1967 at He died April 21, 1967. She was a lifetime area She was a member of the Christian American Legion Survivors include Wayne Mt. Homer Johnson Mrs. Gloria Mt. Mrs. Paul Max Jim Mrs. Mamie Mrs. Lela Mrs. Juanita 13 several Funeral will be 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Rev. Michael Burial will be in Canton Township Friends may call 7 to 8 Monday at Olson Funeral Family suggests memorials to the Robert Elvin Glawson PRATT - Robert Elvin 76, died Thursday at Pratt County Born May 23, 1900 at he was a picture framer and lived here over 30 He was a member of the American veteran of World Wars I and Survivors include Faye Tex. Funeral will be 10 a.m. Tuesday at Rose Williams Rev. Harold Burial will be in Greenlawn ' Friends may call 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday at the Deaths in the area Time To In this world so full of rushing and trying to keep ahead of the some people slowed down for me this week and I wish to share this experience with lost a very personal friend last Saturday He was hit by a His name John With the help of Mr. a Mr. Magistrate Judge and Mr. an and Judge I became special administrator for Mr. Gibbs and have taken responsibility for his I wish to thank Mr. Pat Johnson of Johnsons and Sons Funeral Home for all his support and extra Also dear Father Sean O'Shea for his beautiful words and I am sad and will miss my friend but through this experience I have found that while some people will rush to go the Opposite just that many more will slow their pace to help in a true and warm But my biggest thanks goes to God for giving me strength and Judy Digel Hawver 902 4th Hutchinson Mrs. Clarence Bowersock ANTHONY - Charlotte 64, died Saturday at Born July 24, 1912 at she was married to Clarence Bowersock Nov. 5, 1931 at He died Nov. 3, 1975. She was a lifetime resident of She was a member of the United Methodist Rebecca all of Survivors include a William L. Mrs. Clarice Mrs. Zelma three Funeral will be 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at Elliott Rev. Dan L. Rev. Vern D. Burial will be in Forest Park Family suggests memorials to Anthony Hospital Jerry Lynn Adams GREAT BEND - Jerry Lynn 22, drowned Saturday in a boating accident at Lake Born Aug. 1954 at Ft. he married Patti Ann Christians Sept. 20, 1975 at He was an employe of Thies Packing Great and lived here since 1955. He was a member of Harrison Street Baptist Great Survivors include Mr. and Mrs. Great Great Funeral will be 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at Fryberger Great Rev. Jim Burial will be in Great Bend Friends may call until service time at the Family suggests memorials to Herman Edward Wetz Sr. KIOWA - Herman Edward Wetz 86, died Saturday at his Born April 15, 1890 at 111., he married Myrtle E. Ray March 21, 1918 at Okla. She died Nov. 28, 1965. He was a retired farmer and lived here since 1912. He was a member of St. John's United Church of Survivors include Herman Mrs. Iris eight five Funeral will be 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Congregational Rev. Floyd Burial will be in Riverview Friends may call 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday and 9 a.m. until noon Tuesday at Fisher Funeral Pearl George Ross MEADE - Pearl George 72, died Sunday at Born Aug. 31, 1904 at he married Margaret Smith Aug. 31, 1930 at He was a retired farmer and a lifetime He was a member of the United Methodist Masonic all of Wichita Survivors include three Funeral will be 2:30 p.m. Wednesday at Fidler Rev. Don Burial will be in Friends may call until service time at the HOUSE NEEDING We Pay SPOT CASH For Property Meeting Our Qualifications MEL TURNER REALTY 215 West 5th 663-1581 Adv. Speed Reading Course to be taught in The United States Reading Lab is offering their famous speed reading course to a limited number of qualified people here in the Hutchinson The average person who completes this course can read 5-8 times and with substantially improved comprehension and better This famous course has taught many thousands of people to read over 1000 words per minute with the ability to understand and retain what they have read much more Average graduates can read most novels in less than one In rare instances speeds of up to 20 times faster have been For complete details about this famous speed reading course be sure to attend one of the free one hour orientation lectures that have been These lectures are open to the above age 13 under 18 should be accompanied by a if and the course will be explained in complete including class instruction procedures and a tuition that is much less than similar These meetings will be held in the Executive Conference Room of the Ramada 100 E. 2nd St. on February 23 at 6:30 p.m. and again February 25 at 6:30 p.m. and again at 8:30 February 26 at 10:30 a.m. and again at 1:30 p.m. TWO FINAL MEETINGS WILL be held on February 28 at 6:30 p.m. and again at 8:30 p.m. Classes are limited and class places will be filled on a first serve basis Be sure to attend the earliest meeting possible to insure a class Group rates are available upon Tommy G. Golding Tommy G. 67, 303 West 7th, died Saturday at Evergreen Born Sept. 8, 1909 at he was a retired truck driver and a lifetime Survivors include Donald A. RFD 1; Mrs. Mary Graveside services will be 10:30 a.m. Tuesday in Rev. Lester Friends may call noon to 9 p.m. Monday at Johnson and Sons Funeral O. Paul Brougher MCPHERSON - 0. Paul 75, died Sunday at General Tex. Born Sept. 28, 1901 at he married Lucille Renner June 17, 1928 at He was a retired owner and manager of the Warren and lived here since 1943. He was a member of First United Methodist Masonic Lodge No. 172, both of Salina member and past potentate of Isis both of Survivors include Mrs. Irene Colo. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Wednesday at Ball and Son Funeral Rev. Dean E. Burial will be in McPherson Friends may call 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral Family suggests memorials to Crippled Children's LeRoy E. Schoonover PRATT - LeRoy E. 36, died Sunday of a gunshot wound at his home early Sunday Born July 24, 1940 at he married Walker July 19, 1958 at He was a carpenter and a longtime Survivors include ' stationed in of the Mrs. Walter Oak Mrs. Duayne Mrs. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Mrs. A.C. Sharks STAFFORD - Gladys H. 81, died Sunday at St. John District Born Nov. 14, 1895 at she was married to A.C. Sharits Aug. 25, 1915 at She lived here since 1950. She was a member of Mothers all of Survivors include Mrs. three five Funeral will be 2 p.m. Tuesday at Funeral Burial will be in Stafford Wrong man charged KANSAS Mo. - A young man who police said was wrongly charged with killing a service station attendant was freed and two other young men were charged with William L. 22, spent nine days in the Jackson County Jail on assault and robbery charges for the Jan. 31 killing of Derek B. who was shot in the back while running away from robbers at the Inter-City Oil Co. service took a whole lot out of Bradley said Saturday night when he learned he would be just all seemed like a wild I just kept my faith in the Police arrested three youths for the incident Saturday after receiving an anonymous On two of them were charged with robbery and They are Dana Brown and David both 17. The third suspect was turned over to juvenile authorities because he is 17 now but was 16 at the time of the and 17 is the cutoff point for adult Bradley was arrested at his home Feb. 11 after two witnesses tentatively identified He was led into the county courthouse weeping and protesting his His mother fainted Search for boy continues Kan. - horseback volunteers on foot and law enforcement officers for the third day Sunday searched for a missing 4-year-old boy near the rapidly rising Missouri Jeremy who has a hearing defect preventing him from hearing anything less than a apparently wandered off Friday afternoon from a house in an area south of Atchison known as Potato The house is 300 yards from the Missouri which was rising rapidly Sunday afternoon because part of an ice bridge near the town broke about The river quickly surged up three to five The hills in the vicinity of the river were the focus of the and the sheriff's office advised volunteers to be careful around the was one minute and gone the said Mrs. Ben the The boy's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mrs. Coots is eight months Several farm ponds were dragged Saturday but no clues were who works for a heating and air-conditioning inspected some small footprints near one pond Saturday morning and said they could have been made by his son's What they'll get Federal Pay Increases effective today Former Officials Salary Vice Chief Justice and Speaker of the Associate Justices of Supreme 63,000 Cabinet officers Level 63,000 U.S. Court of 44,600 U.S. District 42,000 Members of 44,600 heads of major etc. 44,600 chairman of regulatory etc 42,000 Assistant members of regulatory etc. 39,900 Heads of etc. 37,800 Hutchinson News Feb. 21, 1977 Page 2 29.53\ 30iOO New Salary 77,500 67,500 65,000 62,000 57,500 60,000 - 57,000 53,000 49,000 Tourist killers confess to police Mexico - Two men have confessed to killing three American all shot to death on lonely highways in northern police sources said The sources said the two suspects confessed to the Christmas Day slayings of John 0. 69, a minister from 111., and his daughter Loreli Gharst 43, a teacher from the 111., They also admitted to killing another Frederick A. 73, from 50 miles south of this state capital last Nov. 28, the police sources hospital win in suit SALINA - A district court jury has denied negligence claims by Elta Sylvan against Asbury Hospital and Salina physician Dr. Jack E. She had sought from the hospital and alleging negligence on the part of a hospital employe had caused a fractured lower right leg on Jan. 5, 1974, with subsequent negligent treatment by Lungstrum in that he failed to X-ray the The jury's verdict denied all claims against the hospital and the The were killed last Christmas on a lonely highway 80 miles east of the Pacific port of said they captured the two Mendoza Vasquez and Cruz Cabrera Rojas tracing travellers checks stolen from Bacher that had been cashed in Mazatlan and Mendoza Vasquez was arrested in 6 and Cabrera Rojas in the northern part of Sinaloa state Feb. 12. They later led police to where they had buried cabin burned LITTLE RIVER - A fire of unknown origin destroyed a cabin owned by a Hutchinson man two miles west of here Saturday The which is located near a private lake on Salt Plant was owned by Donald 55 East 27th. It was unoccupied at the time of the Fire Chief Paul Peterson said the cabin was engulfed in flames when his men arrived at the scene at about 9:30 Saturday night and that there was little they could do to save it. Martin said the cause of the fire is being investigated by a state fire inspector from He said arson has not been ruled out as a cause of the Tip on fire death takes first prize First place in The weekly tip contest goes to Mrs. Dale of rural who phoned in the story of a bizarre house fire last Wednesday that killed Fritz A. Mrs. Beck learned of the fire when a mailman who had noticed the burned ruins of house came to her home to call Mrs. Beck called the tip into The News and later invited a News reporter and photographer into her home so the story could be called in for that day's Mrs. Beck will receive a check for her Second place and a check go to Helen 316 West Medicine who phoned in a tip Saturday morning that a Sante Fe freight train had derailed near The third place tip also concerned a train Connie 406 will receive a check for phoning in the information that a Missouri Pacific freight train had derailed near Lindsborg Saturday Honorable mentions this week go to Glenda South Betty 215 East 6th; Helen Garden Marvin Mrs. Donald RFD 1; Lila 816 East 6th; Mahlon Sally 108 North Martin Little and Mrs. Maurine 216 East If you see news in the call your tip into The News at 662-3311, or mail it to The PO Box 190, 67501. in prize money is awarded each week for the three best Estate by JOHN REALTOR SLIDING DOORS Burglaries always increase during vacation periods when the homeowner Is One of the favorite accesses is via the sliding glass Today's standard hardware for locking sliding doors is pretty flimsy and even an amateur will have no trouble In gaining But here's how you can outwit the Cut a length of dowel broom the right length and lay It in the track between the door and the opposite No way that sliding door can be slid without removing this The groove at the top is twice as deep as the one on the bottom for easy Foil this by cutting a piece of wood slightly less thick than the depth of the lower Screw It into the upper over the door when It's in locked Now the door can't be lifted out unless it is opened all the If there is anything we can do to help you in the field of real please phone or drop in at JOHN OSWALD REAL 13 East 13th, Phone 663-4458. We're here to help SOMEONE WHO'S THERE WHEN YOU NEED Johnson & Sons Funeral Home stuens 134 E. Sherman 662-1201 30.00 30.74 UH r SNOW IS expected in the extreme northern part of the Atlantic Coast Rain will fall over the North Pacific Coast and some part of the Northern Rocky Elsewhere weather is with skies ranging from sunny to partly Maximum temperatures on Monday Atlanta 50, Boston 39, Chicago 31, Cleveland 27, Dallas 69, Denver 67, Duluth 30, Houston 72, Jacksonville 56, Kansas City 50, Little Rock 61, Los Angeles 67,, Miami 67, Minneapolis 34, New Orleans 66, New York 37, Phoenix 82, San Francisco 63, Seattle 56, St. Louis 47 and Washington 39. Surgeon plans to leave city GARDEN CITY Ted Garden City has announced his plans to leave here in He will be setting up private practice in During the two years Dr. Macy has lived in Garden he has been associated with Garden Medical The Macys have a 4, and a son three } t Forecasts Mostly sunny Monday and The high in the mid 40s to mid 50s. Partly cloudy Monday night with the low in the upper 20s to mid 30s. Increasing cloudiness r Tuesday and The high the mid 60s to lower 60s. % Extended Wednesday through Kansas - A chance of rain Minor temperature changes Wednesday through The lows around 20 to the lower 30s. The highs in the mid 40s to lower 50s. Missouri - Scattered showers and mild Wednesday with the high in the 50s and lows in the 30s. Turning cooler Thursday and Friday with a chance of showers Highs in the 40s and lows in the 20s. If 4 Grammy Awards for Stevie Wonder HOLLYWOOD the young black recording had four more coveted Grammy Awards Sunday for best best best male vocalist and best rhythm and blues George Benson took three The blind who performed live from Nigeria by satellite during the televised presentations from the Hollywood Palladium Saturday took three of the Grammys for his album in the Key of The fourth was the rhythm and blues triumph for The best record of the went to by George who won also for instrumental and rhythm and blues Bruce Johnston won the award for best song of the year for his Write the Natalie Cole and Linda Ronstadt captured the best female awards of the Miss the daughter of the late Nat King for best rhythm and blues performance for and Miss Ronstadt for Down the Benson's awards included best pop instrumental performance for and rhythm and blues performance for From Good Kind The Starland Vocal Band won the award for best new of the year and Ella Fitzgerald had the best vocal performance in & Pass The combination of Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis Jr. on Don't Have To Be a won for best rhythm and blues vocal performance by a duo or am more excited about winning this year than I was last year because the competition was a lot tougher - Diana Ross and Aretha Natalie Cole been a great year and this award really builds my matter how many awards I Ella Fitzgerald still a lot of things for and everyone else to learn about Music keeps changing and I try to stay with There were 49 categories ranging from classical to Only a dozen of the Grammys were handed out during the two-hour television production hosted by Andy Artur Rubenstein won for the classical album of the year for The Five Piano Best country instrumental performance award went to Chet Atkins and Les Paul for & Emmylou Harris won the best country female vocal performance for and the male category went to Rodney Milsap for Stand By My Woman Oldtimer Count Basie won for best jazz performance by a soloist for and The best jazz performance by a big band award was taken by the Duke Ellington group for Ellington The Hutchinson News 662-3311 Published dally and Sunday at 300 West Second Kansas 47501 Stuart Awbrey Editor and Publisher Richard D. Popp Assistant to the Publisher and Advertising Director John G. Harris Production Manager R. E. Coldren News Director Department Heads Doug day wire Randy night John Sunday David Clarence room Louise classified Art Robert James composing room R. C. D. E. pressroom Single copy Sunday 35�. Rural mall in Kansas except Zone one year 140.00; six one month in Kansas Zone one year six months one month Includes far west tier ot counties and postal zone 3 In Out of one year six months one month Price includes postage and applicable sales Second class postage paid at Kansas 67501. Remember One Place Feb. 27th is HEART SUNDAY Help fight heart disease Guard Against Heart Attack FORGET EAT LESS SATURATED AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION
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