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Wary investors took for trend NEW YORK (UPI) - The stock market was struggling for direction Wednesday afternoon in fairly active trading as investors weighed the recession, lower interest rates and the new yeaf. the Dow Jones industrial average, which rose 5.14 points Tuesday, was off 0.85; point to 849.32 around noon CST. The closely-watched average had been down five points in the early going. At 1 p.m. Wednesday the Dow Jones •to*! 848.74, down 1.43 DuEont and Sears, Roebuck were trading minus their dividends, lowering the Dow by 1.05 for the day. Declines led advances, 706-601, among the 1,755 issues crossing the New York Stock Exchange tape. Xh€ three-hour NYSE turnover amounted to about 30,060,000 shares, up from-She 25,410,000 traded during the comp&rable period Tuesday. A'lfirge number of block trades indi- cated'institutions were active, many of them selling because of concern that the deepening recession will hurt corporate profits and dividend payouts. Also, some traders were selling for tax-loss purposes while others were bargain hunting to dress up their port- . New York Stock Exchange > 1 p.m. quotations • Provided by A. G. Edwards Co. AljR 37V. AIST 6l'/i Boeing 22'/4 Crflsno 18V. CoVnb. Eng 37'/4 Dillons 24V. Federal Mogul Corp 19V, FoTd Motor Co 16% General Motors 35'/< Hesston 6% KML 19V. Phillips Pefro 39V4 Rqytheon 40V. Westlnghouse 24 OVER'THE COUNTER BID ASK Butler Mfg U'A 27 D ckwolls BV. 9 folios for the new year. These yearend actions create many distortions in market averages. The deepening recession has helped push interest rates down from near-record highs set early in the year. Most of the nation's banks have lowered their prime lending rate to 16 % percent and a few lowered their broker- loan rate. In a report early in the day, the Commerce Department said October personal income row 0.6 percent from the month before. That compared with a 0.7- percent rise in September. Reagan administration officials, admitting the recession was worse than they had anticipated, have predicted the gross national product will skid in the fourth quarter and won't pickup substantially until the second half of 1982. On the trading floor, Goodyear Tire & Rubber was the most active NYSE- listed issue, up % to 17 % in trading that included blocks of 2,602,500 shares, the third largest block in terms of shares in NYSE history, and 170,1000 shares, both at 17 %. CHICAGO LIVE BEEF CATTLE SUPPLIED BV ANSPACHER & ASSOC. Dec. Feb. Apr. June OPEN 64.40 63.75 64.55 64.97 HIGH 64.45 64.45 64.55 74.97 LOW 63.60 63.60 63.40 64.00 CLOSE 63.67 63.67 63.45 64.05 PREV. CLOSE 64.67 64.65 64.55 65.10 LIVE HOGS Dec. Feb. Apr. June PORK Feb. Mar. May July FEEDE Nov. Jon. Mar. 46.55 48.40 46.17 4B.90 BELLIES 66.10 66.10 66.80 67.80 R CATTLE 68.50 67.85 67.15 46.80 48.65 46.30 48.90 66.75 66.65 67.55 68.35 68.65 68.00 67.35 46.12 47.80 45.50 48.35 65.20 65.15 66.20 66.80 68.00 66.80 65.82 46.60 47.90 45.60 48.40 66.22 66.12 66.82 67.80 68.25 66.90 65.82 46.77 48.40 46.17 48.80 65.75 65.70 67.02 67.72 68.60 68.10 67.32 Stock prices as of noon Wednesday JEW YORK (UPI) - Sqected slocks on the New Y rk Stock Exchange. Sales Net P-E (hds) Last Chg. A ^ *etnalf 2.32 8 533 45% + V. fcfcanAI 1.80 5 82 22 — '/. Mlglntl 1.40 8 148 31 V.- '/. Mild Cp 2.40 4 387 44%— '/. M)isChlm 1 9 54 14%- '/. Mcoo 1.80 5 548 23% + % WAX 2.40 9 583 42 1 /.— % keirdH 1.10 8 746 26V,- % Km Airlines .. 103 13% kmBdc 1.60 7 450 34 % + '/, Km Can 2.90 9 336 34%— % *>Cyon 1.75 7 387 x26 s /i + % kEJPwr 2.26 81181 17 — '/. WomePd 2 11 589 x34%- % km Motors .. 86 2'A— % kfltRe}- 3.44 6 119 38 + '/. k4tand 2.20 5 59 27% + V, krnT&T". 5.40 73415 p61%+ % kjM F 1.36 28 490 26%+ Y, krmco 1.80 5 92 26% + % krmWI 1.10 7 800 15'/.+ 'A \U Kch 2.20 7 1009 44V,- '/• > § B tfngorP .80 3 1 18%— % leotFd 1.40 6 894 18 + % lexkmn .40 16 41 28%— '/> leJIHowl .96 7 28 I7'/.— 'A l«ndixCp 3 3 212 56%+ % MthSH 1.60 42065 20%+ % IgckSD .76 9 273 14%+ % oeing 1.40 4zl20000p22% ... kriseCa 1.90 7 251 33%+ '/• tyden 2.05 5 106 27%- % orgWr-2.80 7 16 49% ... oslEd 2.80 5 41 24%+ '/. rjggs 1.28a 14 59 22%— % rtsMy 1.84 12 383 53%— % rttPt 1.96b 3 189 23 rynswk .90 7 192 17'/t+ V, ucyrus. .88 91124 pi 6V, ... JrlN J.52a 8 799 51 1 /.— '/. uj-rgh 2.60 77 902 31V.+ % r C C ^ i 5-2.10 7 29 28'/.— 'A ac'1.90 4 384 31 'A+ % atplTr 2.40 7 630 u52% . . . ', B S 2.80 8 207 51 Y, + '/• elanese 4 6 25 59%+ % tfrfnTd .90 .. 13 10'/i+ % eisna .80 6 241 18%+ % tempi 1.48 9 174 p!9%+ % hJnpSP .80 11 x!79 x7'/.+ % vaseM'3.10 6 347 57%— % wnNY 3.84 42180 54 — '/, ff/ysler Cp .. 528 3%+ '/• nGos 2.10 7 82 16%+ '/• ticorp.1.56 82892 u26 + '/. fiesSv 1.60 131279 x51'/.+ '/• ijylnv 1.60 6 176 22% + % leveEl 2.08 6 315 c!5%+ % ocaCol 2.32 9 779 34%+ Y, olgote'1.20 81232 15%- '/. tj Gas 2.70 6 87 3IV.+ '/, ihwEd 2.80 7 405 22 — '/i SmSal 2.30 14 61 55%- '/. {n Ed 2.96 5 398 32% . . . insuP 2.36 5 259 p!7% ... dnllGr 2.60 5 204 33 flnlrl Data 9 492 38'/.- % arnGI 2.32 8 201 54%- '/• fCltl 1.92 B 80 33%+ 'A (one -l.oOg 7 180 35%- '/• wwnZ 2.30 10 782 28 + '/• $X Cp 2.84 7 373 56% . . . . DO ayPLI 1.82 61400 14%+ % kere&Co 2 101961 36 ttEdls 1.68 6 212 12% ... iebold .60 16 49 45%+ % Dion 1.20g 9 3 24%+ '/• 'sneyWIt 1 14 296 53 + % rPeppr .80 9 124 p!2%+ % ^w Ch 1.80 72598 24%- '/• lesser .68 8 446 32%+ % ske P 2^20 7 729 u22% + '/• yqneL 1.90 7 317 14 + % : E E astern Air .. 209 6% ... {Kodak 3a 81117 p66%+ % lion 1.72 10 239 29%— % Paso .1.48 9 258 23%- '/• >srch 1.36 7 555 24%- % hyl l.»0 5 15 22% ... (xonCp 3 56591 31%+ % irro 1.20 10 5 26% . .. nine ,60b 72970 uU'/>+ % nslBc • 2.04 6 694 p39 - % iPwr '1.64 6 742 u)6 irdMl 1.20 . . 1041 16% . . . irMck 2.24 8 89 37'/>+ % haul ,2.40 7 137 20%+ % « c o unnelf 1.72 13 309 39 - % mDyn .72 13 439 24V. ... «nl,EJ J.20 8 770 56 %+ % nlfds 2.20 7 190 31% + % pMillt 1.64 8 51 034% + % pMot.-2.40b 41 4170 35%- '/• «nPut Util 18 1320 6 + % 1 T E ;- 2.84 9 1051 33% • 'Tire -1.508 5 17 u25 ... •a Pac 1.20 101015 x!8% .. «rb«r 1.88 7 49 31 - % GettyOI 2.40 6 477 62%— Y, Gillette 2.10 11 337 32%+ % Gdrlch 1.56 5 94 p!9%+ % Goodyr 1.30 63300 17%+ % GroceW 2.60 6 350 42V, + % Great A*P ..- 69 4% . . Gryhnd 1.20 5 343 pi 5% ... Grumn 1.40 12 224 25 + % Gulf Oil 2.80 5 2092 34%— % GulfSWs .75 41463 16%+ % 1 — H H- * HomPa 1.84 5 15 27%+ % Hercule 1.32 7 85 p20% + % HershF 1.90 7 x8 37 Hewitt P .24 171818 p41'/i— I'/, HiltonH 1.60 9 126 39 Hal Inns .74 8 287 29%+ % Homestk .40 16 513 u39 + % Honewll 3.40 61745 76% ... Hoover 1.24 7 39 19%— '/. Houstnlnd 2 6 476 19% + % 1 |_ ICIndus 2.20 5 302 31'/,+ % Idaho P 2.64 6 195 21%— % III Pwr 2.38 7 419 20% ... INA Cp 2.40 7 2239 x47% — 'A Inco Ltd .20 5 971 13% ... IngRnd 3.40 6 45 55%— % InfandStel 2 5 177 u22%— % IBMCp 3.44 93454 51 In Harv .30h 9 360 8 + '/. IntPopr 2.40 6 255 39%+ % IntlTST 2.68 71770 p28% ... Intnoth 2.12 6 95 u29 Itek Cp .306 16 54 22%+ % j J JefPilot 1.52 6 28 26%- % JonsJons .88 16 811 35% ... JoyMfg 1.40 8 50 u35%+ % K K KonGE 2.04 5 114 16%— % KanPLt 2.20 6 70 pi 9 KerrMcG 2 35 151 74%+ % KimbCI 3.60 7 38 61%+ % KLM Airlne .. 1 36%— % KMart .96 9 807 u!6%+ % KnightRi .92 10 14 32%— % Kroger 1.72 6 59 23'/4 ... L t LeorSig 1.40 6 866 p28 Lehm 2.76b . . 30 14%- % L 0 f 1.20a 40 43 25% ... Llttonl 1.40g 7 319 57 — % Lockheed 22 273 37%+ 'A loewCp 1.20 4 20 87%— % L T V Corp 2 321 16% ... LuckyS 1.16 7 77 p!4 + % LukenStl .72 6 B 13 - % M M Man Life .32 7 27 6% ... Man Hn 2.72 5 312 35 - % Manvile 1.92 11 266 p!5%+ % MarMid 1.05 6 34 23%+ '/« MarshF 1.24 6 51 14% ... Martin Mar 6 153 34V,— % MayDS 1.70 6 473 24%+ % Maytag 2a 10 151 28 - % McDnD 1.06 7 187 32%+ % MeadCorp 2 5 83 22%- % Merck 2.60 15 1076 80%+ % Mln MnMf 3 10 687 x50%- % MobllCorp 2 5 2029 25%- % Mohasco 8 43 13%+% Monsan 3.80 8 144 p65%- % MorgJP 3.10 71223 58%+ % Motrola 1.60 11 265 b66% ... MrphCo 1.28 6 9 14% ... — — n N • '"!" Nobisco 1.85 7 724 b29%- % NalDist 2.20 6 215 24%+ % Nil Gyp 1 .48 6 46 19%— % Not! Steel 2 141623 24%+ % NCR Cp 2.20 5 1004 40%- % NevPw 2.44 7 34 2P/, + % NlagMo 1.64 6 247 p)2%- % NL Indust 1 9 669 40%+ % NorfkW 2.60 6 599 51%+1% NwBcp 1.64 5 257 24%+ % NortonS 1.08 7 993 16%- % • Q Q OccdPt 2.50 4 1132 24%- % Ohio Ed 1.76 7 392 12% ... OkloGE 1.68 8 96 14%- % OulbrdM .80 5 382 !?'/,+ % OwnCF 1.20 11 42 22%+ % Owenlll 1.56 5 51 u27%+ % p • PacGE 2.72 7 1651 u23'/i+ % Pelting 2.76 5 216 27%+ V, PacTT 1.40 13 65 p20%+ % Pan Am Air . . 846 2% . . . P«nn«y 1.84 6 381 27%+ % PennPl 2.24 6 174 x!7'/.+ % Ptnnzol 2.20 10 820 48+1 PplEo 3.08g 7 98 37%- % PtptiCo 1.46 10 234 36%+ % Pfiier 1.60 17 272 47%+ Y, Phelps 1.60 9 193 x33%+ % Phila Elec 2 7 516 14 - '/• Philip Mar 2 10 689 53 + % PhilPel 2.20 6 2008 39%- % Pillibry 2.24 6 60 36%- % Polaroid 1 H 421 19% + % PPGInd 2.36 6 396 W'/i ... ProctGI 4.20 9 409 76%- % PbSCol 1.68 71209 14%' ... PSEJG 2.44 7 403 plf%— % Purex 1.40 9 190 23 +1% Purlalr 1.04 17 8 69 + % QQ Ralston .72 7 683 11%+ % RCACp 1.80 26 1)26500 pl8 ... Repu Steel 2 2 48 25% + % Revlon 1.84 6 870 27%+ % Reynlds 2.80 7 236 50 — % ReynMt 2.40 3 182 24% ... RchGs 1.60g 6 180 14% ... Rockwll 1.56 7 821 28%+ % RohmH 2.80 9 69 62%+ % RoylCr 1.04 11 24 16% ... RoylD 2.61b 4 984 32%+ % S S SofwStr 2.60 7 326 27% + % StRegis 2.24 6 23 u31%+ % Scherng 1.68 71971 25%+ % SCM Corp 2 5 32 23%- % ScolPoper 1 6 245 17%+ % Seagrm 1.40 6 296 55%+ % Sears 1.36 8x1652 16%— % ShellOil 1.80 8 215 41%- % SlgnalCo .34 8 259 u24%+ % SlngerCo .10 6 147 u!6 + % Smithkl 2.32 13 625 p68 —1 SoCalE 3.24 72742 30% ... SouthCo 1.62 71432 ul2V< + % SoPacif 2.60 6 99 36 '/•+ % So Rail 4.24 7 144 93% + 1% Sperry 1.92 61052 31% ... SquarD 1.70 7 85 26% ... SlOCal 2.40 6 2093 p41 %— '/. StdOInd 2.60 8 1097 x51 - >/• SlOilOh 2.40 52053 x42%-) Sterl Drug 1 11 588 21%— % StewWn 1.68 8 8 26% ... Sun Co 2.10 7 436 39%- % Sup Oil .16 11 1739 33%+ % T T Teldyne Inc 11 570gl46 +1% Tennco 2.60 5 805 30%+ % Texaco 3 4 756 33%+ % TexECp 3.80 6 41 52 + % Texas Inst 2 14 456 76%— % TexUtil 1.88 61687 22 - % Textron 1.80 10 163 25%+ % Tlmken 3.40 7 32 62%+ % Trane 1.20 7 1 21% ... Trnsam 1.40 7 260 x23% ... Trans W Cp 16 101 p!6%+ % TriCon 2.44b .. 65 20 + % TRW 2.40 7 123 54%+ % U U UAL Inc 21 1462 u!9%+ % UnCarb 3.40 5 279 47% . . UnOit Col 1 9 803 x37%— % UnPac 1.60 13 653 x50% ... Uniroyl Inc 6 145 p7% ... Uld Inns .22 7 2 18%- % US Gyp 2.40 7x129 33%+ % US Steel 2 2 454 30%— 'A US Tab 2.40 10 13 45%- % Uld Teh 2.40 5 1000 41% ... Upjohn 2 10 409 u52%+ % V V VarlanA .52 20 79 p30%— % VaElec 1.50 7z303100 13%+ % W W Walgreen 2 8 23 48%— % Warnla 1.40 131 Z39700 19%+ % Wa Wlr 2.32 6 159 p!7%— % WUnion 1.40 11 390 31%+ % WesthE 1.80 5 754 24 Wheeling St 7 11 p28%+ % Whlpool 1.60 6 396 23%+ % White C 1.50 5 58 27% ... WinnDx 2.16 8 2 31 %- % Woolwh 1.80 4 249 17%- % XYZ Xerox Cp 3 5 751 g38%- % Zale Cp 1.26 3 6 20 ZayreCp .40 7 88 28%+ % Zenith R .60 11 147 12% ... FOOTNOTES Composite tables Include trades from eight markets Identified by lad price indicators for markets other than NYSE 01: a-Amex; b-Boston; c- Cincinnati; a NASD; k-lnsfinet; n- NYSE (Amex list only); p Pacific; x- Philadelphia. Instinet Is block trading system used by Institutions. (i) All sales In full. DIVIDENDS: Are annual unless otherwise Identified: (a) plus extra; (b) paid lail year; (c) payment on ac- curnulated dividends; (a) paid so far this year, no regular rate; (e) cash plus stock paid In 1978; (f) cash plus stock paid In the 1977; (g) annual rale plus slock dividend; (h) paid this year-latest dividend omitted; (i) percent In stock paid In 1978; (i) percent ol stock paid In 1978- latest dividend omitted; (k) percent In slock paid In 1977; (g) in bankruptcy-receivership or reorganization; (s) capital distribution: (x) ex -dividend; (wl) when Issued; (wt) warrants. SALES. In hundred! (00) omitted except for those designated (z) which are traded In lO-shore lots and carried In full. P-E ratio: The price of a slock as a multiple ol per-share earnings-derived by dividing the latest 12-month earnings figure lido last sale price. Corn recovers as wheat slips CHICAGO (UPI) - Wheat was fractionally lower and corn, oats and soybeans higher at midmorning Wednesday on the Chicago Board of Trade. Wheat was off % cent to unchanged; corn up 1 % to 1; oats up 1 Vi to %; and soybeans up 4 to 1 cents. Corn and soybeans made new contract lows early in the session before a short-covering rally boosted prices. Weather forecasts for the next 10 days were considered slightly bullish. The outlook was for colder weather and above-normal precipitation. The Agriculture Department said Tuesday China bought 400,000 tonnes of wheat for delivery during the 1981-82 marketing year and Japan purchased 179,000 tonnes. The midmorning prices included: Wheot Dec. 4.30 off %,- March 4.55 V, off '/,; May 4.65 '/. off <A. Corn Dec. 2.76 up 1 '/.; March 2.94 V, up 1 V>; May 3.05 K up 1 '/«. Oats Dec. 2.24 '/, up 1 %; March 2.20 up '/«: May 2.16 '/» up '/.. Soybeans Nov. 6.30 up 4; Jan. 6.45 V, up 3; March 6.63 up 2 '/.. The outside markets were mixed. Wagon grain prices Sallna, Wednesday Hard wheat—$3.95 up U Corn—$2.20 unchg Mllo—$3.70 unchg Soybeans—$5,60 unchg Today's Records Hospital Admissions Asbury - Mrs. Randall Wiehl, 302 E. Neal; William Warner, 1024 N. 5th; Serjio Vega, 925 Cedar; Gerald Richards, Salina Rt. 3; Jamie Lobdell, 155 S. Perm; John Humiston, 540 Berkshire; Mrs. Keith Davis, 1613 Redwood Dr.; Mrs. Rodney Sidener, Minneapolis; Michael Rhodes, Jewell; Mrs. Alma Rasmussen, Lindsborg; Vernon Ochs, Hoiaington; Mrs. Dale Knopf, Gypsum; Mrs. Christopher Hartman, Abilene; Mrs. Joselyn Grebin, Abilene; Mrs. Thelma GUlett, Herington; Finley Dahl, Lincoln; Edward Boden, Osborne; Ben Birney, Hill City. St John's - Walter Cameron, 337 Yale; Mrs. Patricia Eveleigh, 3109 Royal; Daniel Fouard, 2016 Haskett; Jesse Harper, 1706 E. Cloud; David Lecuyer, 1836 Roberta; Robert Magathan, 1920 Glendale; John Collins, Smolan; Mrs. Mary Jeffers, Lincoln; Michelle Mason, Lincoln; Mrs. Henry Miller, Wilson; Mrs. Ella Paquette, Concordia; Adolph Stroemer, Sylvan Grove; Mrs. Hda Walden, Concordia; Amanda Waterman, Sylvan Grove; Everett Webb, Beverly; Claude Wells, Abilene; Thomas Wood, ELUnwood; Mark Zenger, Cuba. Hospital Dismissals Aibury - Michelle Simmons, 411 W. Ash; Candy Padgett, 1309 Glenahire; Mrs. John Myers, 900 S. 9th; Danny Larsen, 612 N. llth; J. Boyd Davis, 119 N. College; Edward Couch, 742 Osage; Mrs. Charles Williams, Hope; Dennis Rickard, Marquette; Laura Pihl, Lawrence; Maude Olson, Concordia; Fred Nye, Dayton, Ohio; Mrs. Eleamae Krauss, Herington; Walter Gormley, Talmage; Ford Comfort, Minneapolis; Glenn Brown, Abilene. St John's — Frank Battersby, Salina Rt. 1; Dennis Brake, Salina Nursing Center; Tina Burrows, 1912 S. 4th; Mrs. W. Carl Johnson, Salina Rt. 1; Matthew Lambeth, 2129 Lewis; Mark Lawrence, St. John's Military School; Mrs. Anna Morlock, 833 Custer; Anita Princ, 1009 S. Santa Fe; Gary Yager, 334 Yale; Don Harvey, Beloit; Ronald Joslyn, Concordia; Mrs. Margaret Moore, Minneapolis; Mrs. Ronald O'Dell, Lindsborg; Kenneth Rock, Abilene; Trade Schmeidler, Lincoln. Asbury Births Girli: Mr. and Mrs. Keith Davis, 1613 Redwood Dr., 71bs., H4ozs.,Nov. 17. Mr. and Mrs. Randall Wiehl, 302 E. Neal, 6 IDS., 6V4 ozs., Nov. 17. Boy: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cook, 737 Fairdale Rd., 5 IDS., 7 oza., Nov. 17. District Court Bound over (or trial — Thelma Jane Caauwe, 45, 1412 Teakwood, two counts of grand theft of can from Hertz Rent-A-Car, Salina Airport, and Salina Auto Plaza, 1820 S. Broadway (dismissed was third charge of grand theft of car from Bennett Pontlac, 651 S. Ohio). Found guilty — Kenneth D. Mishler, 25, 506 Antrim, possession of marijuana, $100. James Orin Rick, 31, 734 S. Santa Fe, possession of marijuana, $100. Traffic — James P. Duggan, 43, Solomon, reckless driving, $150. David E. Parr, 19, St. John, reckless driving, $125. Ronald Dean Tiede, 33, Hope, driving while intoxicated, $100, license restricted. Alex Lynn Williams, 26,252 S. 4th, reckless driving, $150. CM1 filing — Colonial Savings and Loan Association vs. Robert A. Bradshaw and Velta M. Bradshaw et al, plaintiff seeks $7,500 in mortgage foreclosure. CM1 dimiiwl — Margaret Pollman vs. Bernard Brungardt, plaintiff sought $1,500,000 alleging medical malpractice resulting in death of her husband, David B. PoUman, settlement reached for $175,000. Marriage Licenses Marshal) William VoU, legal, and Linda Dian Dixon, legal, both of Salina; Mark Stewart Griffin, 24, and Joyce Ann Stark, 27, both of Salina. Municipal Court Traffic - William T. Howard, 240 S. dark, DWI, $100, 90 days and paroled one year, driver's license restricted six months; Dor- tnea Lee, 413 Tulane, DWI, $100 and driver's license restricted six months; Randolph E. Oetting, 815 E. Elm, reckless driving, $150; DWI, John M. Robb, 917 N. 13th, No. 7, $150, 90 days and paroled one year, driver'! license restricted one year. Wednesday, November 18,1981 — The Sallna Journal Page Deaths and Funerals Mrs. A.J. Schmiedeler Mrs. Ella Schmiedeler, 82, 2003 Roach, died Wednesday at her home after an illness of several months. Mrs. Schmiedeler was born Dec. 27, 1898, at Tipton and came to SalLna in 1943 from Seneca where she had served two terms as clerk of the Nemaha County District Court. During World War II, she worked at what was Smoky Hill Army Air Field and then joined the tailoring department at the former Stevenson's Clothing Co. until retiring in 1963. She was a member of St. Mary, Queen of the Universe Catholic Church, the St. Mary's Guild and the Daughters of Isabella at Tipton. Surviving are two sons, Robert, Walnut Creek, Calif., and Edgar, San Diego, Calif.; a daughter, Miss Mary Ann Schmiedeler, a member of the UD305 staff, of the home; a sister, Mrs. Dora Henderson, Beloit; a brother, Lawrence Greif, Tipton; 10 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Mrs. Schmiedeler's husband, Aloysius, died in 1936. The Ryan Mortuary will announce the funeral. Burial will be in St. Boniface Cemetery, Tipton. The family suggests memorials to the St. Mary's Church Endowment Fund. JOHN F. GENGLER BELOIT — The funeral for John F. Gengler, 57, Beloit, will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday at St. John's Catholic Church, Beloit, the Rev. Robert Vering officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery with military services. Mr. Gengler died Tuesday at the Veterans Hospital, Wichita. He was born Sept. 13,1924, at Beloit. He was a laborer and assembled farm machinery for the Sunflower Manufacturing Company, Beloit. He was a World War II veteran, a member of the Beloit Veterans of Foreign Wars, the Knights of Columbus and St. John's Catholic Church. Mr. Gengler's wife, Elfride, died in 1970. Surviving is a sister, Mrs. JoAnn Schrad, Omaha, Neb.; a stepdaughter, Dagmar, of New Jersey and one grandchild. A parish rosary will be recited at Weather EXTENDED OUTLOOK Friday through Sunday Dry with a warming trend. Lows mid teens to mid 20s Friday wanning to the 30s by Sunday. Highs mostly 30s Friday warming to the 40s southeast and 50s northwest by Sunday. ZONE FORECASTS Zones 1, 2, 4, 5, 7 and 8 — Mostly cloudy and much colder tonight and Thursday. Lows tonight mid-20s to low 30s. Highs Thursday only around 40. Winds northerly 10 to 20 mph and gusty tonight. Zones 10 and 11 — Cloudy, windy and sharply colder tonight and Thursday. Lows tonight 30 to 35. Highs Thursday only low 40s. Northwest winds 15 to 30 mph and gusty tonight. ZONE 1 — Cheyenne. Rawlins, Sherman, Thomas. ZONE 2 - Wallace, Logan, Greeley, Wichita, ScoH. ZONE 4 — Decalur, Norton, Sheridan, Graham. ZONE S — Gove, Trego, Lane, Ness. ZONE 7 - Phillips, Smith, Rooks, Osborne. ZONE B — Ellis, Russell, Rush, Barton ZONE 10 - Jewell, Republic, Washington, Mi! chell, Cloud, Clay. ZONE 11 — Lincoln, Oltawa, Ellsworlh, Saline, Dickinson, Rice, Marion, McPherson. SAUNA WEATHER At City Airport, 1 p.m. Wednesday: Temperature 65F; Barometer 29.53 in.; Wind NW 12 mph; Relative Humidity 52%; 24-hour Precipitation none. (Metric — Temp. 18C; Barometer 1000.0mb; Wind NW 19 kph). Tuesday's High 67 (19C); Record is 75 (24C) in 1943. Tuesday's Low 40 (4C); Record is 3 (-11C) in 1959. Thursday's Sunrise 7:17; Sunset 5:14. Broadcasting of local, state and regional i M hours* day on NOAA Weather Radio WXK-W on a Ire- quaocyoflUMOMHiFM. PTA drug chairmen meet for workshop Twenty-eight people representing 13 Salina schools attended a workshop Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Nancy Roderick, 1706 Upper Mill Terrace. The workshop was for PTA drug chairmen. Discussed was establishing parent peer groups as an outgrowth of "I Care Week" held in October. A soup luncheon was preceded by the showing of a film, "The Mountain," and a panel discussion of substance abuse. 7:30 p.m. Thursday followed by a Bible service at Harrison Funeral Home, Beloit, where friends may call. Memorials can be made the the church's Memorial Trust Fund. FREDH. MALONEY Fred H. Maioney, 74, Loveland, Colo., formerly of Salina, died Monday at Loveland. He was born Dec. 1, 1906, in Missouri, and had lived in Salina until 1977 when he moved to Colorado. He was a retired painter for the Union Pacific Railroad and a member of the Eagles Lodge, Salina. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Patricia Felton, Loveland, and Mrs. Carol Brandenburg, Greeley, Colo., and five grandchildren. Funeral arrangements will be announced by the Ryan Mortuary. Burial will be in the cemetery at Niles. MRS. MILTON McCLINTOCK BELOIT — The funeral for Mrs. Margaret (Maggie) McClintock, 95, lifelong Beloit resident, will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Harrison Funeral Home, Beloit, Pastor Albert Rymph officiating. Burial will be in Elmwood Cemetery, Beloit. Mrs. McClintock died Tuesday at Hill Top Lodge Nursing Home, Beloit. She was born July 4, 1886, at Beloit. She had been the head cook at Beloit's Nelson Hospital before it became the Mitchell County Hospital. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church, Beloit. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. Catherine Zachary, Beloit. Mrs. McClintock's husband, Milton, died in 1957. Memorials can be made to the church. Friends may call at the funeral home. JOHN A. ELSER The funeral for John A. Elser, 85, formerly of Salina Rt. 5, will be at 10 a.m. Friday at the Sacred Heart Cathedral, Msgr. John George Weber officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Calvary Cemetery. Mr. Elser was born Dec. 28, 1895, in Curtis, Okla., and died Tuesday at the Kenwood View Nursing Home. He lived in Salina most of his life. A retired bulk truck driver for the Sinclair Oil Company, Mr. Elser was a member of Sacred Heart Cathedral and Salina American Legion Post No. 62. He was an Army veteran of World War II. Mr. Elser's wife, Grace, died in 1967. Surviving are a brother, Lawrence, Redmond, Wash., and four sisters, Mrs. Kathryn Friesen, 115 N. Chicago; Mrs. Millie Ribble, Kenwood View' Nursing Home; Mrs. Veronica Alley, Vallejo, Calif., and Mrs. Anna Mick,'' San Jose, Calif. '-' A rosary service will be at 7:30 plm.' Thursday at the Ryan Mortuary. ANTON H. TEETZEN TAMPA — The funeral for Anton'H- Teetzen, 83, Tampa, will be at 2 p.m. Friday at the St. John's Lutheran' Church, Tampa, the Rev. Otto Trupg"' officiating. Burial will be in the Ziori Lutheran Cemetery, Tampa. Mr. Teetzen died Monday at the Newton Hospital. He was bom Aug. 7,' 1898, at Tampa. He was a retired farm-' er. He was a member of the St. Johnjs Lutheran Church. Surviving are his wife, Martha, of the home; a son, Irvin, Tampa; a daughter, Mrs. Helen Winter, Durham; six grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Friends may call at the Carlson Fu-. neral Home until the service. The family will receive friends from 7:30 to 9 p.m. Thursday at the home. The family suggests memorials to the St. John's Lutheran Church, Tampa. HARRY SWEARTNGEN A graveside service for Harry Swearingen, 100, Frankfurt, formerly of Abilene, will be at 2 p.m. Friday in Gypsum Hill Cemetery, the Rev. Gaylen P. Minner officiating. Mr. Swearingen died Tuesday at a Frankfurt nursing home. The Martin Funeral Home, Abilene, is in charge. MRS. FREDERICK BECHARD CLYDE — The funeral for Mrs. Rose Bechard, 93, lifelong resident of the Clyde community, will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Clyde, the Rev. Roger Hough officiating. Mrs. Bechard died Monday at the Park Villa Care Home, Clyde, where she had lived for six years. She was born March 12,1888, at Clyde. She was a member of the Catholic Church and the Catholic Daughters of America. Her husband, Frederick, died in 1957.- : Surviving are neices and nephews. The rosary will be recited at 7 p.m.- Wednesday at the Chaput Mortuary, Clyde, where friends may call. Burial will be in Mt. Calvary Cemetery, Clyde. Cold air blast should jolt Kansans back to reality If you haven't unpacked those sweaters yet, you'd better do it soon. Just when the 60-70 degree temperatures had everyone thinking spring had arrived a few months early, here comes a blast of cold air to remind everyone that winter comes first. The blast is expected to come from a strong cold front gathering strength over the western plains of Nebraska and Kansas. When the front moves through Northwest and North-Central Kansas Wednesday afternoon and evening, temperatures will start a nosedive into a more seasonal range for the state, according to the National Weather Service. In Northwest Kansas, where Goodland recorded a high of 75 degrees Tuesday, Wednesday's high was ex- pected to reach only into the upper 50s. The overnight low should drop to the 25-30 degree range. The cold will be intensified by a northerly wind of 10 to 20 miles per hour. North-Central Kansas should fare a little better with temperatures reaching into the high 60s in the afternoon before the front arrives. By nightfall, however, the temperatures should start slipping toward the freezing mark. The first effects of the cold front were beginning to be felt in western Kansas by late Wednesday morning with Goodland reporting sustained winds around 25 miles per hour and gusts to around 40 mph. But there's some good news, too. A wanning trend is predicted Friday through Sunday with high temperatures back into the 50-degree range. NOTICE Due To The Thanksgiving Day Holiday The Salina Journal Display & Classified Advertising Deadlines For FrL, Nov. 27 Will Be 4 PM Tues., Nov. 24, Sun., Nov. 29 Will Be 11 AM, Wed., Nov. 25. Budget Saver Deadline For Dec. 1 Will be 4 PM Wed., Nov. 25 (Copy over l k page, 1 day earlier) The Salina Journal Will Be Closed Nov. 26th

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