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July 27, 1964

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Tw* TMI UAVtNWORTH TIMES, Monday Evening, July 27, 1964. Market Report List Is Down In Blue Chip Slump Today NEW YORK (AF)-The slock market closed lower today as late weaknew in blue chips pulled down the averages. Trad ing Was moderately active. The list was mixed for most of the session with selected is sues showing strength. Brokers set. the weakness down to general profit-taking on the market's recent upthrusl. KANSAS CITY (AP) — Consumer eges (prices paid to producers): large A 29-32: medium A 24-26; small A 18-20: large B 33-25. Wholesale eggs: large, SO prr cent A 33-35: mediums, 80 per cent A 26>j-28i a . Missouri and Arkansas live fryers and broilers: nt farm 18ISVi: delivered at plant 13'i-15. Butter unchanged; grade A, Ib, solid 67; grade A, Ib quarters 68. KANSAS CITY (AP) — Hogs 4,000: steady to 25 lower; barrows and gilts 1-3 195-260 Ib 16.60-85: 210-285 Ib 16.00-17.00; 300 Ib 15.00; 1-2 185-195 Ib 16.0075: sows 1.-3 270-350 Ib 13.7614.75; 1-2 260 Ib 15.00; 350-650 Ib 11.50-14.00. Sheep 700; steady; choice and prime slaughter In nibs 23.50-71!: good and choice 21,75 - 2i),25; choice shorn lambs 22.00: cull to good ewes 4.50-6.50: good and choice feeders 18.00-17.00. Cattle 10.600; calves 300; 50 lower, to 50 higher; choice slaughter steers 24.00; choice 22.50-23.25: good nnd choice 21.50-22.50; choice heifers 20.7622.50: good and choice calves •15,00-17.00; good and choice feeder steers 19.00-20.35. KANSAS CITY (AP)—Wheat 646 cars; unchanged. No 2 hard and dark hard 1.52-1.58Mr, No 3 1.52-1.59'i: No 2 red 1.52',i: No Corn 127 cars; unch to down >4 cent; No 2 white 1.33-1.52; No 3 1.28-1.41: No 2 yellow and mixed 1.23: No 3 1.26. Oats 6 cars; unchanged. No 3 white 66-720 No 3 65-71. Milo maize 2.06-2.19. Rye J.14%-1.18%. Barley 93-1.00. Soybeans 2.41>4-2.28. , Bran 36.25-37.00. Short* 37.25-38,00. Wheat futures closed from down 1 to lYt. cents higher. Wheat futures: Open High Low Close Sep 1.51% 'Sep • 1.48% 1.50U 1.49% 1.49% >Dec l.Sl'/i l.BlVi 1.51% 1.6U4 Dec • 1.50',! 1.52U 1.51% 1.51% Mar 1.54% 1.54% 1.54% 1.64>4 May 1.52% MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW YORK (AP)— Stocks — Mixed, moderate trading. Bond*—Steady. Cotton—Lower, quiet trading. CHICAGO: Wheat — Lower; liquidation. Corn—Lower; liquidation, Oati — Steady to easier with corn. Soybeani — Mixed; August firm, ( Hog*—Strong to\25 cents lowtr: top $18.25. Slaughter steers—Steady to 25 •cents lower; top J25. i NEW YORK (AP) — Closing ^Stocks: Close Net Chs. •«•<•• 0 |4 U %• U % D % D 1 D % 'COOL,' SHE SAYS—Sporting the newest Paris hair style—no hair at all- Bibelot, a model for Designer Jacques Esterel, shows his gimmick-of-the-season at an afternoon cocktail party in Paris today. Asked how she felt with the shaved-head style, she said, "cool." She wears a fur hat pulled well back on her head. (AP Wirephoto) -fi irii/ae . admiral 16',i Allied Ch 54V: Allls Chal 21 i.J Am Alrlin 46% Am Cyan 66 Am Motors Am Tel * Tel .. 71% Am Tob 34% Anaconda 44% Apco Oil 13% Atchi*on S5% Atlas Chem 16% Avco Corp 22 VA Beech Alrc 19% Beth Steel 36'.i Boeing Air 55% Bran Alnv 25% Vessna Air 28% Champlln 40% Chi R I & Pac .. 31% Chrysler •51V- Cltles Svc 75% Cont Can 52% Cont Oil 22% Curtiss Wr 17% Dow Chem 72% Du Pont 264 U Eagle Pich 25% East Kod ...... 133 Emer Elec 44% Finl Fed 43% Firestone 40% FMC Cp 551,2 Ford Motor 53% Bamble Sk 33% Gen Dynam .... 29% Gen Elec 82% •Gen Motor* ..... 94?« Goodyear 43% Here Pdr 44% Int Bus Mch .. 461 !£ Int.Paper ....... 32% Int Shoe 84% K C Sou Ind .... 47% Kan G&E 38% Kan P&L 57 Lone S Cem .... 21% Marq Cem 31 Va Martin M 17' 3 McCrory 13 Mercant St. ..... 28% Middle S Ut 47% Minn M&M 61% Mo Kan Tex ....;. 4% Mp Pac A ....... 75';.. Monsan Ch 81% Mont Ward 38% Morrell 26% Nat Else : 62 Nat Gyps 46 NY Central 44% No Am Av 49U Nor N Gas 54% Nor Pac 58% Okla G&E 30% Okla N Gas 36% Pan A W Mr ... 35% Panh EPL 74 Peabody Coal ... 41'4 Penny JC 58 Pa R R 35% Phlll Pet 56 Prot't (.Jam 85'B RCA 31% ?.ayonler 36% Reyn Met 36 St Joe Lead 66% it Reg Pnp 30% Sears Roeb .... 117'i Shell Oil 50% Sinclair 46% Socony 847* Sperry Rd 16'« Std Oil Cal 65% Std Oil Ind 84% Std Oil NJ 87?! Sunray Dx 31 "a Tidewat Oil 31T» Tran W Air 44% Un Carbide .,,. 124% Un Electric 26% US Rub 56% U S Steel 57% United Utilities . 46% Westg El 32% Closing average 60 318.8, down 1.4. D % D % D % D D Vi U >4 U % D % U %' D % D 1% D % D Vt D % U Vt D % D % D % U 1% D % D % D % D % U % D % D 11% D % D \3 D % D 2Ji D 54 U % D % U ',-j D % D V* U % D D D Health Care Plan Signup In Last Week Today the Leavenworth Community Health Care program entered its second and last campaign week for this year. A headquarters is being maintained on the second floor of the i City HaJl, where the telephone number is MU 2-7300. This special healtti care prepayment program, designed in cooperation with Kansas Blue Cross-Blue Shield, was planned specifically for the residents of the Leavenworth community. It j is the only program of its kind in Kansas. Mrs. Bernice Buchanan, secretary of Leaven worth's local advisory committee, is in charge of headquarters, and; other officers of the committee are Sam Graham, chairman, I and Omer Muchmore, vice chairman. Blue Cross-Blue Shield representatives are calling on all business firms in the city. People who work where there are less than five employes should call at the headquarters for information on how to enroll in the plan on an individual basis. This will be the only opportunity for a year, according to Graham, for residents of the Leavenworth Community to en-, roU in the program. j Watch Rochester (Continued from Page One) up on stolen booze," a police official said. State and local police, working with little rest, were targets of bricks, rocks, bottles, full beer cans, fire bombs and sheets of glass in one outbreak after another. They answered with tear gas, high-pressure streams from fire hoses and warning shots from their guns. Several individual rioters were clubbed into submission when seized. The Rochester jail was jammed and a clerk said the property room was filled with" "everything you can think of" in recovered loot. • '* Except for ravaged stores in the trouble area, business and industry throughout the city scheduled normal operations, although some plants had planned earlier to curtail operations because of vacations. 2 Die In Crash (Continued from Page One) Beach, Calif., died when they apparently became lost trying to follow a mapped course at the rally, investigators said. Mrs. Leona Catalino, wife and mother of the victims, suffered fractures of both legs and an arm. She was taken to nearby Riverside Community Hospital. The California Highway Patrol said the Catalino car reached the crest of a hill on a lonely Santa Rosa road northwest of Ferris, went, out of control and hit a tree. Relatives said Nick Richard Catalino planned to return to Kansas City, Aug. 1. The family had lived in Kansas City until March. . Mrs. Catalino is the former Leona Lawrence. She was raised in Leavenworth and lived at 419 Elm. She is a graduate of Leavenworth High School. Mrs. Catalino is a cousin of Mrs. Robert Williams, 1904 Osage. It was the second tragedy in a two-day period for the Williams'. Williams, office manager at the USP, received word Friday that his aunt, Mrs. Elizabeth Williams, had been found dead j at her home in Buffalo, N. Y. Hospital Notes Visiting Hours: 2-4 p.m. 7-8:30 p.m. No children under 14 GUSHING — Born Sunday: a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Duckworth, 4th and Pottawatomie. Admitted Saturday: Edgar Lyon, 215% N.-5lh; Clarence Jordon, 2212 S. 4th; Everett Meyer, 404 S. Esplanade, and Ralph Leeper, 608 N. llth. Admitted Sunday: Francis Alex- ander, 1527 S. Broadway} Ernest Bomberger, 138 Klngman; Mrs. Dora Smith, Basehor; Mrs. Thelma Crook, Lansing; Mrs. Mildred Knepper, Platte City; and Richard Nichols, 909 5th Ave. Dismissed Saturday: Mrs, Naomi Pellman, 825 Ottawa; Miss Marjorle Tolbert, 401 Potta- watomle; Mrs. Alice Hlghfill, RR 1; Miss Nancy Elchhorn, Brummltt, 214 N. Broadway; Miss Linda Purvis, Tracy, and Timothy VanDruff, Lansing. Dismissed Sunday: Ralph Leeper; Mrs. Magdelena Haas, 1200 Kenton; Dwight Krahl, 127 E. Logan; Mrs. Carol Smith, 611 Seneca, and Mrs. -Jill Theel, 468 ! Lawrence. j ST. JOHN — Born Saturday :i a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Kennie Coleman, Lansing. Born Sunday: a boy to Mr. and Mrs. James Webster, 426 5th Ave. Admitted Saturday: Mrs. Mary Gail, 927 Cheyenne; and Thomas Groves, RR 4. Admitted Sunday: Michael Smith, 514 Thornton; Mrs. Lena Bohn, i 1819 Olive, and Robert Gunther Jr. ! Dismissed Saturday: Mrs. Beatrice Moore, East Leaven-' worth) Roderick Heintzelman,. 1327 Spruce; Mrs. Anita Samson, 927 Osage; Mrs. Judy King and daughter, 1420 Kenton; Mrs. Elizabeth Thompson and son, : 723 Spruce; Mrs. Betty Henderson nnd daughter, 206 Olive; and Frank Gonterwitz, 1428 01-1 ive. Dismissed Sunday: Robert! Gunther Jr.; Mrs. Dora Hoi- man, 1510 10th.Ave.; Mrs. Marion Douglas, 205 ShaWnee; Mrs. Joan VanHooz-er and daughter, 8UVa Shawnee, and Miss Sheryl Florian, 208 Miami. Frank Phillips' Rites Tuesday Funeral and burial will be Tuesday at Winchester for Frank Phillips, RR 5 Topeka, who di«d Saturday. Mr. Phillips was born July 26, 1891 near Easton, and farmed in the Winchester-Easton area until about 1940. Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. Velma Walker and Mrs. Elsie Jennings, Topeka; Mrs. Frances Stevens, Mct/rtith; Mrs. Ethel Hastings, Sauk City, Wis.; one sort, Kenneth Phillips, Topeka; two sisters, Mrs. Lucy Calhoun. Chelaa, Wash., and Mrs. Rachel Lee, Wapato, Wash.; two brothers, Robert Philips, Tempe, Ariz., and Jes« Phillips, Topeka; 13 grandchildren and sbt great-grandchildren. The funeral will b« at 2 p.m. at the First Christian Church, Winchester, with burial in WU« Cemetery. TONITE *' TUESDAY | Co " ve "' ion Da y«' | Theatre ****** "THE BEST MAM" IS DYNAMITE! **** STUART MILLAR «nd LAWRENCE TURMAN present 60RE VHUL'S oftfrr .r^3 •AND WDOMHHE • mm mm • mtmrn BESTMAN A DISTANT Great Western Colorizer Paints Better because they're made better. * Latex House Peint * Thinners * Minwex * Masonry Paint See U» for — Professional Feeds *Weed end Brush Killers * Green Field end Acme Garden Insecticides * Lawn Fertilizer * Crabgrass Killers * Peat Moss Foster Feed Store 701 Cherokee Phone MU 2-0981 If, as hundreds of other Leavenworthians do, you plan ahead . . . see us before you leave and not spoil your vacation with worrying about expenses! Borrow from Your Hometown Finance Co. When Money Shy [ ' ' '' See I Acceptance Co. locally Owned and Managed Slh and Cherokee Ph. MU 2-5512 TODAY-Tues.-Wed.! DOOM Open at 1:15. Feature at 2:05, 7:20 and 9:30. Delightfully CoolJ 'OLOR BY piLUXC • CINEMASCOPt Shirley * Madame and tier husbands Thursday! "Good Neighbor Sam" Jack Lemmon TONITE and Tues.! Box Office Opens 6:30. 2-Top Hits-2 High Adventure! WAYNE-GRANGER ERNIE and KOVACS FABIAN Broadway's Big Comedy Smash Hitl COLON W WORTH* nOUSKA 1 Shb MINE At I0:0 ° At 8:00 Only i ™ M >/« D H D '» U «i D % U Ti U "i D % D % U >,i D '4 U ^ U >A D >.£ u H u '« u >4 D «« u % U vi D Ti U •% D % D m U H D % D '4 U 'i D >D U U « 8 D Vi D »4 D U D 14 D aj Search for Ghoul Who Stole Corpse SKOKIE, HI. (AP)—Police searched today for a night- roamLng ghoul who stole the body of a 14-yea4x>ld girl from its casket, then abandoned it slashed and naked in an alley. Some 20 hours later, an Evan- gton motorist nearing his garage in the early hours saw the ! body in the alley behind his i hcm«. DON'J FORGET Leavenworth Community Health Plan is Open for New Subscriber Applications until July 31. The hospital-medical-surgical Plan, designed and supervised by the citizens of Leavenworfh Community, is now open for the annual enrollment period, July 20 through July 31. The Leavenworth Community Plan provides you with the benefits you need at a cost directly related to the cost of care in the Leavenworth Community. Be sure to get information at the special enrollment center shown below. EMPLOYEE GROUP Where 5 or more are employed, Basic Blue Cross-Blue Shield plus Major Medical extension at special group rates. NON-GROUP For those under age 60, who do not work where there are 5 or more employed. Includes basic Blue Cross-Blue Shield plus Extended Benefits Riders. No health statement or physical examination required. SERIES 60 For people over age 60, who are not presently Blue Cross-Blue Shield subscribers. Application form includes a health statement. SPECIAL ENROLLMENT CENTER COMMISSIONERS' ROOM Stcond Floor CITY HAL Phone: MU 2-7300 fl^ ^^^W^F|_ ^^ ™ ^W NOW IN ITS FIFTH YEAR Bonus Buy #1 Regular 4.98 Folding Aluminum LAWN CHAIRS Durable Webbing 344 Let Beneficial put in your pocket today Planning a vacation at the beach? In the mountains? Or, maybe a visit to the World's Fair? With cash from Beneficial, you can take advantage of today's exciting vacation opportunities. Phone now — or come in. Get your cash and get it fast — during Beneficial's Golden Anniversary celebration. BENEFICIAL 1914 FINANCE SYSTEM 1964 Loans $25 to $2000 — Available: Loans over $300 Life insured at low cost Beneficial Finance Co. of Leavenworth, Inc. 114 SOUTH FOURTH ST., LEAVENWORTH Phone: MU 2-6334 • Ask for the YES MANager OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT —PHONE FOR HOURS iMrf. BENEFICIAL FINANCE CO. LOWEST PRICES EVER ON NEW G-E AIR CONDITIONERS! 4,000 to 23,500 BTU SAVE $ 30 to *70 NOW DURING THIS SALE AT- DOLSBERRYS 424 Cherokee Phone MU 2-4262