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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - August 18, 1957, Hutchinson, Kansas Survey team plane crash kills four studies Juco problem Here an educational Survey Leam was impressed with the scope of Junior College problems during its visit at Hutchinson Junior College saturday and plans to make a thorough study of these problem. The team is headed by Robert Keller University of Minnesota. Assisting him Are Robert Johnson University of Minnesota and Rhoten Smith University of Kansas. The three heard Dean Ellsworth Briggs explain expansion problems and financial problems of the local Junior College. They toured Juco facilities. First visit this was the first Kansas Junior College they had visited. week they plan to visit five Juncos in Southwest Kansas. Later they Hope to visit the Pratt Dodge City and Garden City Junior colleges. Keller is to report to the Kansas legislative Council by the first of next year As to what he thinks should be included in an Overall educational Survey of Kansas. He is making his preliminary Survey on Junior colleges colleges and universities. Another professor is studying elementary and secondary schools. Expect allocation the budget session of the legislature is expected to allocate Money for the Survey. Keller recently was in charge of a Survey in Minnesota that recommended additional Junior colleges for the state. State Aid was provided for them. However he told Dean Briggs that the situation might be different in Kansas. Dean Briggs said the visitors expressed admiration for local Junior College facilities. They liked the Large Campus and the fact that the Arena were nearby and available for use. They also said there should be closer association Between Kansas schools. Young democrats elect officers fifth District Young democrats elected officers saturday in the Reno county courthouse. R. Wood Reno county was elected Secretary and John Tay Lor Barton county was elected treasurer. A delegates were chosen to the National convention nov. 7 to 10 at Reno Nev. They Are than Schartz bar ton county Gary Conklin Doyl Bontrager Reno county and Eugene and Bernice Steele Hodgeman county. Alternates Are Lily Schartz Hodgeman county and Betty Belt Barton county. A committee was elected to organize the fifth District. They Hope to organize clubs in All fifth District counties and colleges. West Palm Beach fla., immediate explanation for the 3 aug. 17 if a twin engine . Crash came in at Telephone pole level Eileen and Susan Rothschild. 13 saturday and smashed into thre Cand 8, the daughters of . Houses in a quiet residential see Robert Rothschild were buried in lion killing All four officers debris As they Lay sleeping but aboard. I were pulled out unhurt. No one on the ground was in two year old Russell Lamb son Jared although tales of narrow cd of air Force it. Henry Lamb capes were Many. Two girls sleep a also was uninjured although his ing on a porch were covered with bed was sliced in two. Mrs. Lamb debris and a bed on which a two who was expecting a second child year old boy was lying was Cut in was sent into labor and had to be two. Hurried to a Hospital. She gave the b2s bomber based at Vance air Force base. Enid okla., had been cleared for Landing at the Palm Beach air Force base about half a mile from the scene of the crash. Officials said the Pilot who was on a training flight had not reported any trouble. There was no birth later to an 8 la. 15 of. Boy. The air Force identified the dead As 1st i. John Jones Mun Cie ind 1st it. James e. Brook Man mount Vernon 111. 1st it. Robert e. Destroys san Luis Obispo Calif. And 2nd it. James e. Ewalt 4227 Begg St., Northwood to. Embargo into new county Parsons Kan. W the embargo on livestock shipments because of an outbreak of the cattle disease anthrax was expanded today to include Eastern Montgomery county. A. G. Pickett. Kansas livestock sanitary commissioner said the Western Border of the quarantine area was moved from the Labette county line to u. S. Highway 75. The new area of quarantine runs from u. S. Highway 160 on the North to the a Oklahoma Border and from Highway 75 East to the Missouri Border. Pickett established the quarantine last monday. The affected areas of Cherokee Labette and Montgomery counties Are prohibited from shipping livestock without a state health certificate. Excluded from the embargo Are Poul try eggs and milk shipments by farms which have not been placed under quarantine because of the confirmation or suspicion of anthrax. State and Federal livestock disease specialists estimate that 135 animals have died in the stricken area since anthrax appeared a week ago. Anthrax was confirmed As the cause of death in 20 cases. Noted organist to play Here the second appearance Here of or. Frank w. Asper Salt Lake Tabernacle organist is scheduled for tuesday september 24. Or. Asper played to an overflow audience at his first Hutchinson concert in 1952. He will be brought Here by the local Branch of the Church of Jesus Christ of latter Day saints and presented in concert free to the Public at the first presbyterian Church. Or. Asper will play nine selections two by Bach and one by Handel Haydn Bollmann Frank Rogers Bedell and mulch. In the courts police court Jack e. Wakefield 316 Anderson hit a parking meter and then aban loved his car. He was charged with leaving the scene of an Accident and with having defective brakes. He pleaded guilty and was f de $30 at St. Elizabeth s a. L. Bailey 420 Osborn was ave Roll halters 328 William found guilty on a charge of drive was treated after injuring both teen couples drive from Jersey to Mexico to wed Laredo Tex., aug. 17 Tiv old s Mother had a rider clause four teen age honeymooners who covering accidents in foreign the Hutchinson Newi sunday August is 1957 at Fleet caucus Matthew j. Bircham Chicago regional vice president. Charlei s. Perry president Hutchinson Branch 177, and capt. George b. Chafic unas commanding officer. At hospitals ing while under the influence of intoxicants. He was sentenced to six months in jail and a $100 inc. Edward t. Feldhusen 127 North Lorraine pleaded not guilty to a charge of carrying a concealed weapon and being drunk. His Case was continued to aug. 24th, Harvey r. Reed Hnas was fined $10 for using excessive Speed with disregard to existing Road conditions. A. Hall 621 West 15th, was fined $3 for Jay walking feet by stepping on nails. He received a tetanus shot and was released. Diane Adams 12, daughter of Frederick Adams 1809 North Van Buren Cut her right thumb on a piece of Glass. The wound was dressed and she returned Home. Ronny Bradley 9, son of Rob Ert Bradley 32 Sunset Cut the Bottom of his left fool on a piece of Glass. He was examined them taken to Hnas Hospital for sutures. Woman sought in $100,000 shortage has Long record Atlanta we the fantastic years ago and she has had bouts past of an attractive 51-Ycar-old Mother the Fri revealed followed a Trail of trickery from Hawaii to Georgia and reached a Climax when she disappeared after a $100,000 shortage was reported at a medical clinic where she worked As bookkeeper. K. Mumford of the Fri yesterday listed the adventurous details in the life of mrs. Janet r. Gray waited by the Fri on a charge of conspiring to transport stolen property across state Borders. She was born in tientsin China As a British subject and her real name is Margaret Lydia Mcglashen Burton though she has been known by 22 different names in All. She told acquaintances she was the daughter of a u. S. Army general and the Vidow of a millionaire. Her police record began 18 18-year-Olds cause 90% of Navy discipline problems drove from new Jersey to Mexico to be married took a sightseeing trip across the Border saturday and promptly got in a car wreck. Nobody was injured seriously but the German made convert Ilc they were going to sell at Houston before going Home was impound cd by Nuevo Laredo police the youngsters Curtis Winston and his Bride the former Charlotte Cooke both 16, and David Bruch and the former Cynthia Roberts both 17-wore bruised. They planned to leave for Home later today. Bruen was thrown from the car after it was hit in the by one driven by a mexican woman mrs. Maria Morales who was Only shaken up. The four were treated at a red Cross station and returned to Laredo police said the honeymooners car ran a Stop sign and would be held until damage claims Are set tied. Some u. S. Insurance policies arc void in Mexico so unless a the Hutchinson Community can help with Navy discipline problem by making Navy personnel feel they Are part of the Community capt. George b. Chafic commander of Hnas said saturday he told a North Central regional caucus of Fleet Reserve Assn. That 18-Ycar-Olds cause 90 percent of discipline problems both on the base and in town. Some youngsters need a Little pushing to make them take advantage of their opportunities he continued. The Fleet Reserve Assn. Is in an excellent position to help them he said. A while Captain Chafic said he looks upon the naval base an a definite part of the Fine Hutchinson Community he added that it s hard for the personnel to feel that they Are a part of Hutchinson. The men come and go and in so doing they miss part of the american Way of life he said Fleet Reserve Assn. Is composed of Navy enlisted men with More than six years in the regular Navy who either Are on Active duty or Aro retired. Their is to protect the rights of enlisted men and their dependents. The North Central Region is composed of 13 states in that part of the . It has 15 branches two of them in Kansas at Hutchinson and Kansas City Hutchinson Branch 177 was Host to the caucus saturday at Baker hotel. Meeting simultaneously was the group s ladies auxiliary after registering and hearing Captain chafe at an opening ses Sion the groups held a business meeting in the afternoon and Buffet and dance in the evening with the Law in Honolulu the pan Ama canal zone. Canada and in this country in Texas Louisiana and Virginia. Three years ago she appeared in Atlanta As bookkeeper and office manager for a group of doctors in suburban Decatur. On july 30 she made a Quick get away when the doctors found a $100,000 shortage on their books. She left Here in a motorcade made up of a Pink air conditioned Lincoln several other cars and a moving Van filled with about 50 valuable show dogs. Her 20-year-old daughter Sheila Joy who posed As her 16-year old Niece and used nine aliases presumably accompanied her. Still missing with the Mother and daughter Are three prize Cocker spaniels with the fancy names of Rise and Shine Piccolo Pete and capital gain. The other show dogs have been recovered and so has the Pink car plane with 61 aboard lands safely with tire in ribbons Stafford fair 4h Sale big Stafford Stafford county 4-h livestock exhibitors took Home Over $10,000 from the lives Stock Sale saturday night at the Stafford county fair. Members sold 35 head of beef 16 hogs and 8 lambs for an average Price of $27.40, $22.65 and $24.55 per Hundred pounds respectively. Top Price for a steer was $29 paid by the Theis packing co. Of great Bend for an Angus shown by Leon Dunn Jolly workers 4-h club Hudson. Dorothy Johnson s Champion and Reserve Champion Hereford s were not sold. David Preston and Gary Sci Bert sold their Swine for $27 a Hundred to the English Grain co. And countries Shell have to pay any damages that May be assessed before getting her car Back. The car s was bashed in and mrs. Morales Auto was damaged. The four who disappeared from Madison n. J., a week ago telephoned their parents yesterday and told about the elopement. Charlotte said they had been to a dance at Plain film. N. A and that Cynthia and David decided to drive to Maryland and get married. Charlotte and Curtis decided in route that they d do likewise. They could t get anyone to marry them in Maryland so they decided to go to Mexico. After two overnight stops they reached Laredo thursday and were married in a Nuevo Laredo civil court. David s Mother said at her Home in Madison tonight i m not worrying about the car at this moment. I just want David and Cynthia Back so they can Lead a decent life retired in 1943 and moved to St John. He was a member of the evangelical and reformed Church of Hudson and the St John roof Lodge. He is survived by the. Widow. Claire a son Louis St John a daughter mrs. Dewayne Spati Austin Tex. Three Brothers Walter Stafford Wlliam St. John and Louis Hudson two Sisters. Mrs. Bertha Cal Stafford and mrs. Nellie May Newton. Memorial services will be at 1 said Parlett a Veteran of 20 years with Ual and 20,000 hours of flight time. That s Why we have. Two tires and two tubes on each but he showed signs of Strain and wore a stubble of Beard which he had t bothered to shave off before Landing. He said he told the passengers about the blown out tire when the plane was Over Sacramento about 70 Miles away. He said he had Felt the tire was out of line on the Takeoff and had noticed a vibration while retracting the land ing gear. After delivering his 56 Passen Gers and four other crewmen safely Parlett seemed surprised that Airport officials had made such a show of the Landing. Wife stayed Home when a reporter told him his wife had said she was not coming to the Field to see the Landing be cause she did t want to drive Over the crowded Bayshore free Way Parlett looked startled and said you mean you called her about this James Hiers of Norristown theological student is killed by Bolt Wellington w lightning struck and killed a Young Theo logical student who was blowing on his parents farm near Cald Well Kas., during a sudden electrical storm Friday. Coroner b. Myers Aid the lightning killed James Leo Roth 21, a student for Tho Priesthood at the theological Seminary in con caption to. Young Roth was knocked from the tractor he was driving and his body Cut when it was run Over by the plow he is survived by his parents or. And mrs. Leo Roth. Great Bend Man Hurt seriously great Bend Jim , great Bend whose Auto struck a Bridge abutment head on Friday w. S. Fred and son both of night was in serious but not Macksville. David and Gary belong to the Clover Leaf 4-h club. Champion and Reserve Champion were not sold. Hobson Chevrolet of St. J o h n bought the grand Champion fat Lamb for $27.50 from Harvey re Sig of Antrim streamlines 4-h club. Hutchinson trucker is making Progress the condition of d. G. Eurton president of Peter Rabbit inc., is described As satisfactory following an Auto Accident two weeks ago. Eurton has been at Halstead Hospital for the past week and expects to be there at least another week. He suffered a punctured lung in a crash at Huron s.d., As he was returning from a fishing trip in Canada. After being in a Hospital at Huron for a week Eurton was flown to the Halstead Hospital. His daughter mrs. Alex Cooke Lubbock Texas accompanied him from Huron and has returned to her Home in Texas. Just routine capt. Clyde Parlett Points out a big split in right inboard win wheel of the us plane he had just landed in san Francisco after flying it non Stop from new York. The tire blew out As the plane took off with 56 passengers and five Crew members. Nothing about the blown tire until Parlett circled the Landing Tower critical condition at St. Rose hos Pital saturday night. Kreutzer alone in his car hit a Bridge South of great Bend near Hart s Corner at about Midnight. His doctor said he suffered a dislocated vertebrae in the neck head injuries quite a number of head and Scalp cuts and a fractured left foot Schneider 75, a retired Catholic priest died Here Friday. Father Schneider was born dec. 1, 1881. He was ordained dec. 4, 1907 and appointed priest for St. Louis Church at Waterloo. He was transferred in 1910 to sacred heart Church at Pratt and Given charge of All missions along the Rock Island Railroad from Pratt West. In 1935 he was appointed pastor of its. Potor and Paul Church in Quinwood to went to great Bend in 1941 As pastor of St. Rose of Lima Church and was pastor there until he retired Jan 12, 1947, and came to Wichita. Infant Thomas an infant daughter of or. And mrs. Clarence Thomas fort Worth died 12 hours after birth Friday. Mrs. Thomas form Erly was Lorena Pennor of Hutchinson. Relatives in Hutch Inson include or. And mrs. Carl c. Pennor 507 North pleasant and Alvon and Harvey Penner 813 East 9th, Harry r. Miller Belvedere Harry r. Miller 72, died Friday afternoon at his Home. He was born sept. 4, 1884, at Wayne neb., and moved to Belvedere in 1911. He was Carpenter. He is survived by the widow Myrtle step daughter mrs. Del la cold Belvedere step a son Lloyd Hallcy Houston to. One brother de Wayne neb. Sister mrs. Clara Hyatt Onawa Iowa nine grandchildren and eleven great grandchildren. Funeral will be at 10 . Monday at St. Joseph s Catholic Church arc Insburg. Rev Joics Murphy will officiate Rosary will be at 8 . Sunday at Fleen or Chapel Greensburg. Burial will be in the Haviland cemetery. Clarence o. Montgomery Windom Clarence o. Mont Gomery 82, died saturday morn ing at his Home. He had been in ill health for about a year. He was born dec 9, 1874, at Leroy 111., and moved to Windom 24 years ago from Little River  he is survived by the widow Janna two sons Glenn Wichita and Harold Mcpherson a daughter los. Dwight we Stoner. Windom a brother Jess Pratt and four grandchildren. Otto Painter Otto Painter. 70, 3310 North Elm died saturday afternoon at his Home. He was born Jan. 13, 1887, at Peaksville to he came to Hutchinson in 1914 from Lar Ned. He operated a Motel at Springfield mo., for a number of years and retired to Branson to. He moved to Hutchinson two years ago or. Painter was a member of the masonic Lodge 445 and elks Lodge. The widow Helen is the Only survivor. Odds & ends the Reno county tuberculosis association needs Volunteer typists and for the free a Ray Mobile unit it will have again this year at the Kansas state fair those interested should get in touch with mrs. A. F. Hoefer executive Secretary of the organization at 3-3862, summer s not Over but the opt Mist club has started working on its annual Christmas tree project Al Wagler chairman of the committee has ordered the Trees. R. A nulls 412 East 1st, has received his certificate As a certified Public accountant from the Kansas stale Board. Morlitz. A graduate of Kansas state College in 1053, is employed by Pierce Faris & co. Reunions coming a elks family picnic at 5 . Sunday at Carey Park Kun alumni at c. L. Burt Home at Arlington at 6 30 . Aug. 29 Crotta family reunion 12 3o . Sept 1, Community building state  Fairgrounds. Lake to Augusta Augusta Kas. Us Santa pc Lake with a storage capacity of 851 million Gallons has been pre san cd to the City of Augusta by the Santa be Railroad to aug m e n t the municipal water Supply. I funerals mrs. Letta f. Chesterman funeral service for mrs. Letta f. Chesterman who died Friday at Broadacres county Home will be at 10 30 . Tuesday at Johnson and sons Chapel with Rev. L. Boulware officiating. Burial will be in Oswego cemetery. Fri. Dale Scrogum mrs Jeanlo May Scrogum 32, a resident of Hutchinson until three years ago died after a Short illness saturday in Chicago Hospital. She lived with her family at Jol Iet 111. She was born nov. 8, 1924, in Hutchinson and belonged to the Hedley methodist Church. Survivors include the widower Dale two sons Wesley and Richard a daughter Carolyn All of the Home father and Stop Mother or and mrs. Roy w. Lloyd 714 East of Sisters mrs. Marjoric Pauls 1423 Baker and mrs. Ros ally Cornelius Sidney neb., and a step. Sister mrs. Mary bran Ham. 114 East f. The body will be brought to Hutchinson for funeral and burial. Albert e. Ahnert St. John Albert e. Ahnert 73, was killed in an Auto Accident saturday morning when his car hit Rattlesnake Bridge Southwest of Here on old us50. Officers said he was bending cast when he hit the South approach to the Bridge. Me. A alone. An eyewitness told officers he saw Ahnert approaching the Bridge on the right hand of the Road. Lie said he saw him glance Down and up just before he hit. Ahnert was born july 1, 1884, in a so House Northeast of Hudson. He married Claire Uhlman May 13, 1908, and lived with her on a farm near Hudson until they Hutchinson Motorist watch yourself if you Are parking at the Wichita Union stauton. Drive in the wrong Entrance closest to the platform and you have to pay a 15 cent parking fee. Even though you Are merely picking up or leaving a passenger. The breakfast Optimist club will sponsor an indoor circus at the Arena oct. 9. Thousands of Small frogs or toads appeared on highways Friday after the rain motorists reported. Howard Tolle formerly of Hutchinson now of Leavenworth reported the Highway near Roxbury was Slippery with the Small creatures appearing to be making a mass move across country. The creatures also were thick on highways several weeks ago after the heavy Rains. Two Hull Hollans Are delegates to the International youth Fellowship commission being held at Culver Stockton College Canton to. They Aro Carol Schmucker daughter of or. And mrs. Charles Schmucker. 305 West 19th and Jim Michael son of or. And mrs. Carl Michael 2208 Tyler. The annual picnic of District 14 Encampment roof will be sunday evening August 25, at the Fairgrounds. Local Reno Encampment 32 will Host groups from Sterling Lyons Mcpherson Hoisington and lamed. Woman state Printer is planning House cleaning Topeka surplus equipment Money realized can be used to and paper which carried an origin repair other equipment. She said Parlett told them about 20 minutes before Landing. There was no alarm Hiersig said when capt. Parlett said our right inboard tire under the Wing was gone nov warned us not to be alarmed if we saw fire fighting equipment the damaged tire pieces of could have been a ground Loop particularly if the nose wheel tire did to stand the Strain still another possibility was that in order to equalize drag Parlett and one part was might have had to Brake his left when he arrived so observers on the ground could look for damage. They saw the big tire was cracked torn flapping. A control Tower Al inventory of $58,254.50 is to be sold to the highest bidder in a housecleaning move by mrs. Lillie Washabaugh first woman state Printer. Included Are two flatbed presses Book binding sewing machines ruling machines drills motors casting boxes paper lifts and paper in White and assorted colors sizes and weights. Mrs. Washabaugh said the presses were purchased in 1916 and 1924 and used for printing state textbooks before offset printing methods were used. She said they have been standing Idle for some time. The paper originally Cost $22, 509.06 and some of it was Pur chased As Long ago As 1939, mrs. Reduction of the equipment and paper inventory also will enable her to Cut the Cost of printing charged state agencies. The surplus property will be sold through the state purchasing division. The Hutchinson Newa phone 2-3311 published daily in sunday at Suo a to second stat and ant cred at Tea poit orc la Hutchinson. Kawaa. Tot Tatai Mamlon through to Nulla a a Ond cum Natter. _ by do Hutchinson Public Tea co. John p. Hak kill edits n.j., said although he and other Whitfi were found on the runway passengers had noticed a slight at Idlewild could not be inspected Jolt on Takeoff they had known in flight. Mekbeb or to associated p8icm to Agio Cutch Praia u thu glad to cd Atlady to the by of % \ local Nanri printed la Tola Nawa Pap a a will a All a Nawa la Patonai. Landing gear which in turn could Washabaugh said. She said she Auto Mason Radfod Fri tort Inci Udtana operator said have blown out. Had found that More of i could sent us arse a 61 the problem was whether the oth a none of this happened and the be used in Job printing orders fromi5e.riiuraimaii on a is of her tire of the dual right Landing big plane seemed to touch downstate agencies. I month of Mooui , of gear would hold up under the into the stiff Breeze from the mrs. Washabaugh said the move Strain beside the damaged As if nothing was will make Mere room available if it should go too the result wrong i in the printing Plant and that the month . In town Nara earrus in Roca m maintained null Aubac Letlon u i1s.o0 a rear. It Aawar by mall on Yaw . Sayings build dividends use the facilities provided for your convenience. ,. Drive in window. Free parking All accounts insured to $10,oo0.o&\ association main at ninth Hutchinson Kansas

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