THE DAILY RECORD PUBLIC SAFETY REPORT No injuries resulted from an accident at 5:25 p.m. Wednesday. According to police reports, cars driven by Urry Tanner, Route 3, and James Route 1, collided at Clark Promenade Streets. Both received minor damage. At 11:50 p.m. Wednesday, Robert Greene, noticed a boy riding a bicycle the Derby Station on W. Monroe. The officer began to the youth on Abat to Missouri Street where the youngster jumped off the bicycle and disappeared into darkness. The Sears bike, valued at $90, was taken to the station. SHERIFF'S REPORT— James Bise was being held the county jail today on charges of issuing a no funds check and issuing an insufficient insufficient funds check. Bise brought here Wednesday the Audrain sheriff's deputies who took him into custody at Burlington, Iowa, where he was arrested on a warrant from this county earlier this week. Courts- CITY COURT— There were 10 cases on the docket for yesterday's session the city court with $536.75 in fines collected. Claudia M. Doerge, 618 McFarlane, pleaded guilty to charge of failing to have a city license and was fined $12.50. She also pleaded guilty a charge of failing to stop a red stop light and was fined $12.50. Lawrence E. Welch, Route pleaded guilty to a charge of negligent driving and was fined $32.50. Michael Blair, 1430 Omar, pleaded guilty to a charge of negligent driving and was fined $32.50. Alvina R. Simmons, 621 W. Boulevard, pleaded guilty to a charge of proceeding through funeral procession and was fined $17.50. Donald R. Dunkle, 17, of 537 Pearson, charged with possession of an alcoholic beverage as a minor, forfeited bond of $82.50. Delia Mae Pullen, 1014 E. Monroe, pleaded guilty to a charge of failing to yield the right of way and was fined $27.5(K.'»!•«• •-(.'••'.! .!<•• •! Melba D. Davenport, 16 Venus, pleaded guilty to a charge of failing to yield the right of way and was fined $27.50. Gregg Reed, 1424 S. Coal, charged with allowing a dog to run loose, forfeited a bond of $22.50. Robert Wayne Jones, 1218 Hendricks, was found not guilty to a charge of negligent driving. Floyd M. Collins III, 1010 McFarlane, was found guilty of a charge of negligent driving and resisting arrest by fleeing and was fined $72.50. There were 193 overtime parking tickets collected during the past week at 25 cents each, 45 at $1 each and 33 at $2 each. There were three fines collected for having no city license for a total of $196.75. Willie K. Plybon. Value of personal property is estimated at $50,000; value of real estate is undetermined. The will of Mrs. Plybon stipulates her estate be divided equally among her eight brothers and sisters Mrs. Workes, Mrs. Myrtle Atkins, Mrs. Anna Williams, all of Mexico, Mrs. Lorene Coonce of Puyallup, Wash., Chester Avery of I<addonia, Martin Eugene Avery of Rush Hill, Clifford Avery of Center and Kenneth L. Avery of Carthage, Miss. Market Report- MISSOURI LIVESTOCK MARKET CENTER (Mo. Dept. of Agr. - MNS - Roger Parker) — Slaughter hogs, 800; barrows and gilts uneven; open strong to .25 higher; closing, mostly .25 lower; 1-2, 210-240, 40.00-40.40; late, 39.75-40.00; 1-3, 200-260, 39.50-40.00; late, 39.25-39.75; 23, 23, 230-260, 39.00-39.50; 2-4, 260280, 260280, 38.25-39.10; 280-320, 37.0038.25; 37.0038.25; sows, mostly steady; 13, 13, 400-500, 35.50-36.50; 2-3, 500600,36.00-37.00; 500600,36.00-37.00; boars, 400-650, 30.00-31.50; 200-225, 31.00-31.75. YESTERDAYS CASH GRAIN Soybeans $5.04, wheat $3.22, corn $2.49, milo $3.40. (prices quoted by MFA) Soybeans $5.04, wheat $3.35, corn $2.51, milo $3.40. (prices quoted by Fowles Grain Co.) NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. (AP) - Estimated receipts for Friday: 4,500 hogs; 150 cattle and 25 sheep. Hog receipts 5,500 head. Butchers 25 to mostly 50 higher. higher. 1-3 200-240 Ib butchers 40.2540.75. 40.2540.75. Sows very uneven. 1-3 300-450 Ib sows 35.0036.00; 35.0036.00; 450-600 Ibs 37.00-38.25. Boars under 250 Ibs 34.50; over 250 Ibs 31.50. Cattle receipts 1,600 head. Not enough slaughter steers and heifers to establish trend. Cows and bulls steady to weak. Few choice 850-1000 Ib slaughter steers yield 2-3 31.00-32.50. Utility and commercial cows 17.00-19.00; canner 13.0015.00; 13.0015.00; cutter 15.00-17.00. Sheep receipts 25 head. Not enough slaughter lambs to .establish trade. .- Ll , Board of Trade '•" CHICAGO (AP) - Farm commodity futures were firm to strong in early dealings on the Chicago Board of Trade today. On the opening, soybeans were 6 to 12 cents a bushel higher, March 5.28; corn was V 2 to 3 higher, March 2.74; wheat was 1 to 3 higher, March 3.63 and oats were V4 to 2V 2 higher, March 1.44V4. No soft No 31 ,,,. MAGISTRATE COURT- Cecil Earl Fisher, charged with burglary, second degree, and stealing, is being held in the Audrain County jail in lieu of a $500 bond pending his arraignment March 11. Information filed by the prosecutor charges that Fisher, acting with Ralph E. Buck Jr., broke into and entered entered a building owned by Mr. and Mrs. Don Branson, Route 1, Centralia, and took four whitewall tires and a gallon of antifreeze. Buck had earlier been arraigned on identical charges and his case is currently pending in circuit court. Isaac Day Shivers, charged with speeding, pleaded guilty and was fined $12 plus court costs. John Clayton Hoard, 915 Holt St., has been charged with driving the left side of the roadway when approaching the crest of a grade. Obie Guy Schutz Sr., has been charged with nonsupport, nonsupport, his arraignment to be on March 21. CIRCUIT COURT- A petition has been filed asking dissolution of the marriage of Dora Jean Mack and Roy Earl Mack. The petitioner, Mrs; Mack, is represented by Van Matre and Van Matre. Joan Marie Landis was granted dissolution of marriage from Gary Lee Landis and custody of two minor children. PROBATE COURT- Mrs. Irene Workes has been appointed executrix of the of her bister, Mrs (Continued from Page 1) that would put any boost into effect as soon as the governor signs it into law. In other action, the Senate debated a measure that* would streamline Missouri's courts system. The bill would eliminate eliminate magistrate and probate judges, replacing them with associate circuit judges. Here's i Continued from Page 1) searchlight. Defense Minister Shimon Peres hurried to the command post the army set up nearby. Premier Yitzhak Rabin spent the night at military headquarters. The guerrillas freed one wounded hostage, a German tourist, in exchange for two Israelis Israelis who volunteered to take his place. The army's assault on the hotel began at 5:15 a.m., after a long lull and six hours after the amphibious invasion. As red and green flares broke overhead, the besieging troops opened up with automatic weapons and bazooka rockets to cover an assault squad that rushed through the main entrance of the hotel. Other troops scrambled across to the roof on ladders stretched from neighboring buildings. Before the troops could reach the hostages, a big explosion caved in the third floor of the hotel and blew away the walls. The attack in Tel Aviv, Israel's Israel's largest city, came as Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger was preparing to set out on a new shuttle between Cairo and Jerusalem in an attempt attempt to work out an agreement agreement for another Israeli withdrawal withdrawal in the Sinai desert.