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Marathon dea dominates list NEW YORK (UPI) - The stock market, confronted with prospects of a U.S. Steel-Marathon Oil merger and a sick economy, was moving slightly lower Thursday afternoon in sluggish trading. The Dow Jones industrial average, a 6.09-point loser Wednesday, was off 3.33 points to 840.75 around noon CST. It had been off a fraction at the outset and up nearly two points in the first hour. At 1 p.m. Thursday the Dow Jones Stood at 841.32, down 2.76. U.S. Steel, a Dow industrial average component, was the second most active New York Stock Exchange issue, down 2 V4 to 28 VB with an opening block of 140,000 shares at 28 % in the wake of its offer to buy 51 percent of Marathon Oil's stock for $125 a share, or $3.75 billion. The U.S. Steel offer may rescue Marathon from an unwanted $85-a- share offer from Mobil Corp., a matter that is being heard in an Ohio court. Mobil said it was studying the U.S. Steel-Marathon situation. Marathon, whose stock rose 2 % points Wednesday after Texaco said it ANR. New York Stock Exchange 1 p.m. quotations Provided by A. G. Edwards Co. ..38Vi AT8T 60V. Boeing 22% Cessna ' H '« Comb. Eng 36Vi Dillons 24'/i Federal Mogul Corp 19V. Ford Motor Co 16V. General Motors 34 Hesston 6Vi KP8L 19% Phillips. Petro 39V. Raytheon *OV. Westinghouse 23 /i OVER THE COUNTER BID ASK Butler Mfg 26V. 27' Duckwalls 8'/i 9 had been sounded out about buying the Findlay, Ohio, company, was delayed in opening. Mobil was ahead % to 25 % in active trading. There was little else going on in the market. Declines overtook advances, 672-638, among the 1,776 issues crossing the New York Stock Exchange tape. The three-hour NYSE turnover dropped to about 26,470,000 shares from the 30,060,000 traded during the comparable period Wednesday, indicating large investors were retreating to the sidelines until the economic picture becomes a bit clearer. Many investors were selling stocks that would suffer most from the slowdown and others were buying issues that would be aided by lower interest rates. While the government said the revised third-quarter gross national product rose 0.6 percent at an annual rate instead of falling 0.6 percent as originally reported, many recent reports indicated a severe recession has begun in the fourth period. Analysts said the Reagan administration may be right in predicting the fourth-period would be a "bummer," with the GNP plunging from 3 to 4 percent, or even more. Institutions generally have paid little attention the past few sessions to declining interest rates because their drop has been based on the deepening recession and not a reduction in inflation. Western Kansas cattle Trade very slow Wednesday. Not enough slaughter steer or heifer sales confirmed for on adequate market test. Inquiry and demand light. Sales confirmed on 300 slaughter steers and no slaughter heifers Wednesday. For the week to date 25,800 head confirmed. Slaughter steers few choice with end good 2-4 mostly 3 1125-1200 Ib 62.50-63.00. Stock prices as of noon Thursday .NEW YORK (UPI) Selected stocks on the New York Stock Exchange. I Sales Net P-E (hds) Last Chg. AetnaLf 2.32 7 636 44 1 /,- % AlconAI 1.80 5 174 22 Allglntl 1.40 8 42 31%- V. Allid Cp 2.40 4 407 44V, . . . AllisChlm 1 9 130 pl4'/.- V, Alcoa 1.80 5 871 23%+ % AMAX 2.40 10 985 Amrd H 1.10 Am Airlines AmBdc 1 .60 Am Can 2.90 A Cyan 1.75 AEIPwr 2.26 B 1651 . 182 7 340 9 127 7 153 B 1007 I AHomePd 2 11 922 Am Motors ANtRes 3.44 A Stand 2.20 AmTST 5.40 A M F 1.36 Armco 1 .80 ArmWI 1.10 All Rch 2.20 BangorP .80 Beat Fd 1 .40 Beckmn .40 BellHowl .96 Bendix Cp 3 BethStl 1.60 BlackSD .76 Boeing 1 .40 BoiseCa 1 .90 Borden 2.05 BorgWr 2.80 Bast Ed 2.80 Briggs 1.28a BrisMy 1.84 BritPt 1 .96b Brunswk .90 Bucyrus .88 BurlN 1.52a Burrgh 2.60 CgmpS 2.10 CdnPac 1.90 CatplTr 2.40 CBS 2.80 Celanese 4 Certn Td .90 Cessna .80 Champi 1.48 ChmpSP .80 ChaseM 3.10 ChmNY 3.84 Chrysler Cp CinGas 2.10 Citicorp 1.56 CitlesSv 1.60 Citylnv 1.60 CleveEl 2.08 CocaCol 2.32 • Colgate 1.20 • Col Cos 2.70 • CmwEd 2.80 • ComSat 2.30 • Con Ed 2.96 • ConsuP 2.36 • ContlGr 2.60 • Contrl Data • CornGI 2.32 • cPCItl 1.92 • Crane 1.60g • CrownZ 2.30 • CSX Cp 2.84 • CurlissWr 1 • • DoyPLt 1.82 ^H DeereSCo 2 • DelEdis 1.68 • Diebold .60 . 203 6 197 5 203 72884 27 169 5 98 7 79 7 1126 B B D 3 11 6 1751 15 244 7 21 3 103 4 1015 9 217 43 '/i + 1 % 27V4 + l'/i 12 s /.- '/. 34 '/4 + '/4 34%+ % 26'/4 . . . p!7'/4+ 14 34%+ '/4 2% . . . 38 26 '/.— '/, u60'/.- '/. p25'/4— '/• p26 16'/l+ '/4 u43% — % 18 - '/. 27 '- '/! 17% 55V.- V. c20'/4 14V. 4 Z92900 x22%- '/4 7 365 *)V. 5 64 7 20 5 86 14 38 12 403 3 52 7 54 9 *3A7 iO/ 7 461 77 786 7 14 4 51 7 398 fl x27 6 27 .. 30 6 263 9 101 11 157 6 80 4 26 .. 561 7 140 74089 133204 6 100 71188 9 336 7 706 6 46 7 672 15 28 5 943 5 226 5 119 9 797 8 81 8 46 7 30 11 426 7 270 2 12 -D D — 6 176 10 340 6 225 15 95 • Dillon 1.20g 9 502 • DisneyWIt 1 14 197 ••DrPeppr .80 8 126 • Dow Ch 1.80 7 1616 ••Dresser .68 8 596 ••Duke P 2.20 7 312 ^•OuPont 2.40 ^•Ouqnel 1.90 •• • — ^•Eastern Air ••E.Kodak 3o ••Eaton 1 .72 •KlPato 1.48 •Kpirch 1.36 •^Bthyl 1.50 •Kixon Cp 3 ^••iro 1.20 •^•irstne .606 ••irtitBc 2.04 ••aPwr 1.64 ••ordMt 1.20 ••prMck 2.24 ^^•rhagf 2.40 •Y- ' - •^•qnnell 1.72 •BenDyn .72 ••.nl El 3.20 •VnlFdi 2.20 •^BnMllls 1.64 •VnMot 2.40b 27 - V4 49%- % 24 22%- V. 53 - '/« 23%+ '/. 17%+ V. 50%+ %' 31V.+ '/. 29%+ V, 31 % ... p51% ... so%- % 59%- '/. 10%+ '/. xl8'/.- % 19% ... 7% . . . 57 - '/4 54 - '/. 3% . . . 16'/4 . . . 25% . . . x51%+2V. 22%- % 34%+ % 15% ... 31%- '/4 22 55%+ % 32%+ % 17%- '/. 33 + % 36%- % 52%— 1% 33'/.- '/. 35%- '/• J8'/4+ % 56'/4- '/. 40'/4+ '/> U14V.+ '/. u35'/i- '/i u!2'/.+ % u45 - '/. 24%+ '/• 53 '/.+ '/4 12'/i+ % c24 | + Vi 22%- '/. 6 Zl9l40g 36'/4 — '/i 7 241 13'/i- V, — E 1 — .. 263 8 793 10 39 9 518 7 219 5 26 53969 — F f — 10 4 7 894 6 51 6 209 .. 590 8 100 6 464 -0 G— 13 164 13 385 8 439 7 695 8 158 393410 6'/4- '/4 29 %- V. 23% . 24%+ '/. 23 + '/« 31 26% . . . ull%+ % 39% + V, bl6%- V. p36'/i- % 17% — 2 '/• 38V4-1V4 24 - '/• p55% + % 31'/,- '/4 35 - V, 34 '/i- % GenPub Util G T E 2.84 GTire l.SOg Go Pac 1.20 Gerber 1 .88 GettyOI 2.40 Gillette 2.10 Gdrich 1.56 Goodyr 1.30 GraceW 2.60 Great ASP Gryhnd 1.20 Grumn 1.40 Gulf Oil 2.80 GullSWs .75 HamPa 1.84 Hercule 1.32 HershF 1.90 Hewitt P .24 HiltonH 1.60 Hbl Inns .74 Homestk .40 Honewll 3.40 Hoover 1 .24 Houstnlnd 2 ICIndus 2.20 Idaho P 2.64 III Pwr 2.38 INA Cp 2.40 Inco ltd .20 IngRnd 3.40 InfandStel 2 IBMCp 3.44 InHarv .30h InlPapr 2.40 IntlTST 2.68 Intnoth 2.12 Itek Cp .30b JelPilol 1.52 JonsJons .88 JoyMfg 1.40 KanGE 2.04 KanPlt 2.20 KerrMcG 2 KimbCI 3.60 KIM Airlne KMarl .96 KnightRi .92 Kroger 1 .72 learSig 1.40 lehm 2.76b L O F 1.20a littonl 1.40g Lockheed LoewCp 1.20 I T V Corp LuckyS 1.16 LukenStl .72 Man Life .32 ManHn 2.72 Monvile 1.92 MarMid 1.05 MarshF 1.24 Martin Mar May DS 1 .70 Maytag 2o McDnD 1.06 MeadCorp 2 Merck 2.60 MlnMnMf 3 MobilCorp 2 Mohasco Monsan 3.80 MorgJP 3.10 Motrola 1.60 MrphCo 1.28 Nabisco 1.85 NatDist 2.20 Nil Gyp 1.48 Natl Steel 2 NCRCp 2.20 NevPw 2.44 20 2801 8 897 5 83 0 900 7 6 6 723 11 116 5 192 61440 6 110 . . 42 5 218 12 378 5 1646 4 907 -H H 5 390 7 112 72163 16 2578 9 86 82520 16 644 6 674 7 64 6 204 -1 1 5 72 6 23 7 117 7 184 5 258 6 86 5 225 92671 9 195 6 127 7 801 5 102 15 53 -J J 6 67 16 662 8 95 -K K 5 99 6 42 36 472 7 76 .. 23 91055 11 7 6 62 -1 I 6 332 .. 141 39 23 7 263 22 49 4 81 2 347 7 49 6 25 -M M — 7 38 5 287 10 x203 6 49 6 60 6 349 6 302 10 39 7 119 5 100 15 469 10 1074 42003 8 22 8 133 7 918 11 486 6 30 -N N — 7 576 6 996 6 90 14 35 4 198 7 21 NiogMo 1.64 6 243 NL Indust 1 9 327 NorfkW2.60 6 351 NorfkW 2.60 6 351 NwBcp 1.64 6 290 NortonS 1.08 72280 OccdPl 2.50 Ohio Ed 1.76 OkloGE 1.68 OutbrdM .80 OwnCF 1.20 Owenlll 1.56 PacGE 2.72 Pelting 2.76 PacTT 1.40 Pan Am Air Penney 1 .84 PennPL 2.24 Pennzol 2.20 PplEg 3.08g PepjICo 1.46 Pflwr 1.60 Phelps 1.60 PhiloElec 2 Philip Mar 2 PhllPet 2.20 Pillibry 2.24 Polaroid 1 PPGInd 2.36 -u u — 4 784 72246 8 96 5 70 11 62 5 56 -P P 61690 5 65 13 30 .. 924 6 239 6 149 11 2742 7 550 10 618 17 827 9 204 6 399 10 500 63297 6 90 11 1977 6 289 6%+ % 33 '/4- '/. 25 - '/4 18V, ... 30%— % 65 ] /4 + 3 32%- % 43%+ % 24%— 34% + 16'/4 + 27% + 20V.- 36%40'/4 + 38% . 29% + 37%- u74'/,— 19% . 19% . 30%- p21 % . 20%— 47%- 13V, . 54% + 22V,- 50%- 39% + 29 + 28V,- b22 - 27 + x34%- 16 19% + % V. V, '/i V. % '/4 '/• % % V, V, 1/4 v! V. V. V. % V, V. 76% + 2V, 61%- '/, b37 16% + 32% + 23%- 27 -1 14% + 25%— p37Vi- 87 14 + 13 6 1 /.- b34%- 14%23 '/.14%- 34 + 24%- p32'/4 p22% + x79'/4- u25% + 13%- 65V. + 58% + 63%14% 29% + 23%- 19V,- 24%39%- 21 Vi- 39%:i y LJI 51%25% + 17 + 24V.+ 12% + Xl4'/4- 17 22%- % % Vi y V. V. '/. V, V. V, V, % V, V. V, % '/4 V, llw % V. % V. % V. '/I 27% . . . x21%- '/, 28 + '/i 20%- % 2%- V. 17% . . . 51 +2% 37 '/4 + 36% + 47% + 33%13%- 52% + 39% + 35%19% + 39%- '/> Vi y t '/4 '/. V. ProctGI 4.20 9 199 76 - % PbSCol 1.68 7 454 14% ... PSE8G 2.44 7 214 19% ... Purex 1.40 10 269 24 + % QQ R R Ralston .72 71292 11%- % RCACp 1.80 26 166100 18% + % Repu Steel 2 2 43 25%- % Revlon 1.84 62163 x27%+ % Reynlds 2.80 7 373 49 - V, ReynMt 2.40 3 263 24%+ V. RchGs 1.60g 5 54 14%- V, Rockwll 1.56 7 294 28V._ V. RohmH 2.80 9 111 62 RoylCr 1.04 11 20 16 1 /.- V. RoylD 2.61 b 4 763 33%+ % S S SofwStr 2.60 7 600 27%+ % StRegis 2.24 6 42 31%+ % Scherng 1.68 7 692 p25V, ... SCM Corp 2 5 60 23%- V. ScotPaper 1 6 130 17% ... Seagrm 1.40 6 182 55%+ % Sears 1.36 8 845 16% ... ShellOil 1.80 8 248 41%+ % SignaICo .84 8 96 24 - V. SingerCo .10 6x145 15% ... Smilhkl 2.32 13 540 68 — % SoCalE 3.24 71514 30%+ % SoulhCo 1.62 7 777 12% ... SoPacif 2.60 6 150 36% + % So Rail 4.24 7 315 94 Sperry 1.92 6 965 u31%+ V. SquarD 1.70 7 60 26%+ V. StOCal 2.40 61280 41 V, + V, StdOInd 2.60 8 936 50%- V. SlOilOh 2.40 5 567 41% ... SlerlDrug 1 101734 20 -1% StewWn 1.68 8 39 26%+ V, Sun Co 2.10 71321 4014+ % Sup Oil .16 11 2483 34% + 1% T T Teldyne Inc 10 569 142'/4+ </> Tennco 2.60 5 1220 g30V, . . . Texaco 3 42472 33% ... TexECp 3.80 6 30 51% ... Texas Inst 2 14 380 75% ... Texlltil 1.88 6 759 21%- % Textron 1.80 10 67 24%— '/« Tlmken 3.40 7 12 62%- % Trane 1.20 7 35 21%+ % Trnsam 1.40 7 357 23% ... Trans W Cp 15 805 15'/,- '/, TriCon 2.44b .. 77 19%- '/4 TRW 2.40 7 78 55% + % UAL Inc 21 374 19 - % UnCorb 3,40 5 189 p46V,- % UnOil Col 1 91611 38% + 1 UnPec 1.60 12 487 50 + % Uniroyl Inc 6 371 7%+ % US Gyp 2.40 7 21 33% + % US Steel 2 24283 28%-2% US Tab 2.40 10 38 46%+ % UldTch 2.40 5 351 40%- % Upiohn 2 10 306 52%+ V. V V VarianA .52 20 1297 p3l + '/, VaElec 1.50 7 zl 67300 12% ... W W Walgreen 2 8 20 49 Warnla 1.40 128z49300 19 1 /.- '/. Wa Wtr 2.32 6 97 17%+ V. WUnlon 1.40 121313 32'/4+ % WesthE 1.80 5 538 p23V,- % Wheeling SI 7 6 28V,- % Whlpool 1.60 6 989 23% ... While C 1.50 5 5 27'/.+ % WinnOx 2.16 8 5 31%- V, Woolwh 1.80 4 349 u!7% ... Xerox Cp 3 51145 p37%- % Zole Cp 1.26 3 17 19%- '/• ZayreCp .40 6 106 28V, ... Zenith R .60 11 255 11%- % FOOTNOTES Composite tables include trades from eight markets Identified by last price indicators for markets other than NYSE as: a-Amex; b-Boslon; c- Cincinnati; g-NASD; k-lnstlnet; n- NYSE (Amex list only); p-Paciflc: x- Philadelphia. Instlnet Is black trading system used by Institutions, (z) All sales In lull. DIVIDENDS: Are annual unless otherwise identified: (a) plus extra; (b) paid lost year: (c) payment on accumulated dividends: (d) paid so for this year, no regular rate; (e) cash plus slock paid In 1978; (f) cash plus stock paid In the 1977; (a) annual rate plus slock dividend; (h) paid this year-latest dividend omitted; (1) percent In ilock paid In 1978: (!) percent ol slock paid in 1978-latest dividend omitted: (k) percent In slock polo In 1977; (g) in bankruptcy-receivership or reorganization; (s) capital distribution: (x) ex-dividend; (wi) when Issued: (wl) warrants. SALES: In hundreds (00) omitted except lor those designated (z) which are traded in 10-share lots and carried in lull. P-E ratio: The price ol a slock as a multiple ol per-share earnings-derived by dividing the latest 12-month earnings figure Into last tale price. Wheat trades in slim range CHICAGO (UPI) - Wheat was frac tionally lower and corn, oats and soybeans higher at midmorning Thursday on the Chicago Board of Trade. Wheat was off 1 to unchanged; corn up % to 1 Vt; oats up 1 % to V4; and soybeans up 2 % to 1 cent. Export sales picked up at the lower price levels. The Soviet Union purchased 425,000 tonnes of wheat, Portugal was in the market for 150,000 tonnes of corn and South Korea was scheduled to tender next week for up to 200,000 tonnes of corn. A weaker dollar in relation to foreign currencies stimulated trading in Rotterdam, especially in soybean meal. The midmorning prices included: Wheat Dec. 4.23 V. oil '/«; March 4.48 V. off %; May 4.59 '/, oil 1. Corn Dec. 2.74 up '/,; March 2.92 '/, up '/•; May 3.03 V. up 'A. Oats Dec. 2.26 '/, up 1 V,: March 2.21 'A up 1: May 2.16 V. up '/,. Soybeans Jon. 6.45 up 2 V,; March 6.62 Vi up 2; May 6.80 up 2 "i. The outside markets were mixed. Wagon grain prices Sallna, Thursday Hard wheat—$3.95 unchg Corn—$2.25 up 5« Mllo-$3.75 up 5« Soybeans—$5.70 up 10« Kansas City grain KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI) — Wheat futures were 1 '/i to 6 cents lower Thursday In early action on the Kansas City Board of Trade. The early prices: Dec 4 40 '/., off 1 V,: Mar 4.56 '/., off 3 V.; May 4.60 '/.. off 3: Jly 4.49 '/-, off 3 '/.; Sep 4.58, off 6: new Dec inactive. Gold NEW YORK (UPI) — Foreign and Domestic gold prices quoted in dollars per troy ounce Thursday: London Morning fixing 401.00 off 2.75. Afternoon fixing 401.00 olf 2.75. Paris (free market) 415.03 up 6.86. Frankfurt 403.03 up 4.99. Zurich 401.50 off 2.00. New York Handy and Harmon 401.00 off 2.75. Engelnard, base price for refining settling and unfabricated gold 401.00 off 2.75 per troy ounce. Selling price, fabricated gold 421.05 off 2.89 per troy ounce. Silver NEW YORK (UPI) — Handy and Harmon Thursday quoted silver at $8.08 per fine ounce off Engelhard Corp. quoted a base price for industrial silver of $8.03 off $0.07 and a price for fabricated silver products of $8.646 off $0.075. Hearing continued for accused Downs chief of police OSBORNE, Kan. (UPI) - A preliminary hearing for Downs police chief Kevin Boswell, accused of attempting to bribe an Osborne woman for sexual favors, has been continued until Dec. 2. Boswell, 33, was charged Nov. 9 with bribery after an unidentified 18-year- old woman claimed Boswell threatened to write her a traffic ticket if she didn't comply with his request for sexual favors. The woman made a tape recording of the alleged incident, according to Osborne County Attorney Shelley Bloomer. That tape was expected to be entered as evidence in his preliminary hearing. Bloomer said the hearing was continued at the request of Boswell's attorney, Jerry Harrison of Beloit, recently retained by Boswell. Boswell was freed on $10,000 bond and was relieved of his police chief duties pending the outcome of the court proceedings. Weather Thursday, November 19,1981 — The Salina Journal Page 9 Hospital Admissions Aibury - Tina Benoit, 1327 Wlnona; Debora Dicke, 2040 Harold; Brandon Engstrom, 154 S. 10th; Mrs. Harry Lightner, 752 Hancock; Mrs. Randy Naegele, Salina Rt. 3; Eugene Nelson, 2433 Brookwood; Mrs. Dorothy Westmacott, 1200 Vassar; Mrs. John Williams, Lincoln; Larry Thornton, Randall; Mrs. Jack Henderson, Russell; Mrs. Lucille Harper, Delphos; Alex Darg, Bennlngton; Mrs. Una Boss, Minneapolis; Raymond Baker, Wilson. St. John's - Phillip Hebert, 508 W. Iron; Therese Rodgers, 1130 Parkwood; Richard Stelnbrock, 2540 Belmont; Marc Taddiken, 2077 Norton; Luke Wedge, 2072 Leland Way; Timothy Douglas, Bridgeport; Mrs. Gordon Ethrldge, Minneapolis; Paula Hergert, Lindsborg; Jill Johnson, Solomon; Kevin Jonte, Concordla; Mrs. Emma Mallr, Wilson; Mrs. Raymond Meier, Lincoln; Albert Vinduska, Ada. Hospital Dismissals Aibury — Mrs. Lonnie George, 405 W. South; Mrs. Gary Smith, 1605 Plum; Mrs. John Morris, Salina Rt. 2; Mrs. Mary Modlin, 1327 Kiowa; Mary Maupln, 1718 Sycamore; Mrs. Kenneth Krier, 307 Raymond; Mrs. Edith Hughes, 819 E. Minneapolis; Mrs. William Hokett, 719 S. 2nd; Dr. William Thies Jr., 231 Seitz; Mrs. Harold Wagenblast, Athol; Calvin Templeton, Russell; Mrs. Barry Sullivan and baby boy, Assarla; Mrs. Walter Schlesener, Herlngton; Mrs. Lillie Paul, Delphos; Matthew Mutz, Grandview Plaza; Mrs. Christopher Hartman, Abilene; Mrs. Roland Guillory, Bennington; Bryan Feldkamp, Lincoln; Nathan Conley, Assaria. St. John'i - Mrs. Carl Beck, 815 Windsor; Ramona Hager, 308 E. Jewell; Donald Lachenmaier, 420 N. Broadway; Charles Matteson, 2749 Bret; Michael Nachtman, 1009 Roach; Mrs. Madeline Reynolds, 125 S. Oakdale; Mrs. John Foster, Miltonvale; Mrs. Doug Gantenbein, Abilene; Noel Gregory, McPherson; Mrs. Frank Warta, Ellsworth; Amanda Waterman, Sylvan Grove; Mark Zenger, Cuba. Births Glrli: Mr. and Mrs. Randy Naegele, Salina Rt. 3, 7 Ibs., 9% ozs., Nov. 18. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lightner, 752 Hancock, 6 Ibs., 2 ozs., Nov. 18. Boy: Mr. and Mrs. Dale Knopf, Gypsum, 7 Ibs., 7% ozs., Nov. 18. District Court Initial appearance — Tommy Lee Black Jr., 47, 137 S. Phillips, charge of aggravated assault of Paul Henry Jackson, 29, 137 S. Phillips, by firing handgun at him. Robert Michael Cook, 34, Kanopolis, charges of grand theft of car owned by Janice Clare Ryan, 1222 Prospect, and forgery of Ryan's signature to $100 check cashed at Lowe's Poultry and Sporting Goods, 143 S. 4th. Sentenced — Edwin Lewis (Whitie) Hyman, 37, Beloit, three counts of possessing stolen property, a pump organ valued at $600 taken from Ernest M. Johnson Jr., Marquette; antique glassware and clocks valued at $25,000 stolen from Roy D. Clemens, Manhattan, and antique glassware and clocks valued at $7,820 stolen from antique shop owned by Paul Light, Rolla, 3-10 years each count. Traffic - Craig Scott Warner, 22, 226 N. 10th, reckless driving, $100. Civil filing — Colonial Savings and Loan Association vs. Ron Sprecker Inc., Ronald J. Sprecker and Sandra L. Sprecker et al, plaintiff seeks $64,000 in mortgage foreclosure. Emasco Insurance Companies, James Lee and Clea Lee vs. Thomas Lovette Gilfoyle, plaintiffs seek $2,249.73 alleging property damage and personal injury to plaintiff Lees' daughter, Janet, in traffic accident. Divorces Filed — Norma Lee Christiancy vs. Wendell Earl Christiancy; Rose Gore vs. Charles Gore; Toy L. Hybskmann vs. Jon W. Hybskmann; Alvin Irvin vs. Katrine Irvin; Jerri Lynn Ruston vs. Tommy Ray Ruston. Annulments Filed — Rueben McNeal vs. Deanna Kaye McNeal. Marriage Licenses Ricky Lee Corbett, 23, Salina, and Denise Marie Sherry, 25, Brookville; Abel Gonzalez Perez, 22, and Teresa Sue Mattison, 21, both of Salina; Rudy Ralph Riedel, 20, and Dallas Augustine Libhart, 27, both of Salina. EXTENDED OUTLOOK Saturday through Monday A dry period with lows in the 20s Saturday and mid 20s to mid 30s Sunday and Monday. Highs mostly in the 50s but mostly 40s north and east Saturday. ZONE FORECASTS Zones 1 and 2 — Clearing and cold tonight with lows around 20. Sunny and not as cold Friday. Highs in the 40s. Northwest winds 10 to 20 mph tonight. Zones 4, 5, 7 and 8 — Clearing and cold tonight with lows in the low 20s. Sunny but cold Friday. Highs around 40. Northwest winds 10 to 20 mph tonight. Zones 10 and 11 — Clearing and cold tonight with lows in the low 20s. Sunny but cold Friday. Highs in the lows 40s. Northwest winds 10 to 20 mph tonight. ZONE 1 — Cheyenne, Rawllns, Sherman, Thomas. ZONE 2 - Wallace, Logan, Greeley, Wichita, Scott. ZONE 4 — Decatur, Norton, Sheridan, Graham. ZONE S — Gove, Trego, Lane, Ness ZONE 7 — Phillips, Smith, Rooks, Osborne. ZONE 8 - Ellis, Russell, Rush, Barton. ZONE 10 - Jewell, Republic, Washington, Wt • chell, Cloud, Clay. ZONE 11 - Lincoln, Ottawa, Ellsworth, Saline, Dickinson, Rice, Marion, McPherson. SALINA WEATHER At City Airport, 1 p.m. Thursday: Temperature 32F; Barometer 30.10 in.; Wind NW 25 mph; Relative Humidity 87%; 24-hour Precipitation trace. (Metric - Temp. OC; Barometer 1019.3mb; Wind NW 40 kph). Wednesday's High 69 (21C); Record i» 80 (27C) in 1908. Wednesday's Low 41 (5C); Record i> 10 (-12C) in 1903. Friday's SunrUe 7:18; Sunset 5:13. Bntdcaiting of teal, rtato and ngtonal •' ^ 1 "" M ~" • ^ on NOAA WMtlnr Radio WXK-tt on a fr«- qwocyot 10.400 MHsFM. MRS. A:J. SCHMIEDELER The funeral for Mrs. Ella Schmiede- ler, 83, 2003 Roach, will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at St. Mary, Queen of the Universe Catholic Church, the Revs. Louis Mattas, Mark Berland and John Hickey officiating. Mrs. Schmiedeler died Wednesday at her home. The rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Friday at the Ryan Mortuary, where friends may call. Burial will be at 2 p.m. in St. Boniface Cemetery, Tipton. The family suggests memorials to St. Mary's Endowment Fund. HERMAN TRAIN HERINGTON - The funeral for Herman Train, 94, Herington, will be at 2 p.m. Friday at the Puryear-Brockmeier Chapel, Herington, the Rev. Vern Bowers officiating. Burial will be in the Hebron Lutheran Cemetery, Burdick. Mr. Train died Tuesday at Herington Hospital. He was born April 13,1887, in McPherson and had farmed in the Burdick and Lincolnville area. He also had lived at Hope before moving to Herington. He was a member of the Lincolnville United Methodist Church. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Florabelle Bristow, 231 S. Clark, Salina; a brother, Emmett, Herington; a sister, Mrs. Edith Holt, Frontenac; two grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren and three geat-great-grandchildren. Friends may call at the funeral home. MRS. JAMES LLOYD CLAY CENTER — The funeral for Mrs. Mabel D. Lloyd, 100, Clay Center, will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the Wesleyan Church, Clay Center, the Revs. Harold Hotchkiss and Robert Seed officiating. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery, Clay Center. Mrs. Lloyd died Wednesday at Medi- calodge, Clay Center. She was born Sept. 5, 1881, at Watsonville, Calif., and had lived in Clay County most of her life. She was a member of the Wesleyan Church. Surviving are four sons, Biff and Clyde, both of Clay Center; Fred, Portland, Ore., and Virgil, Brush, Colo.; two daughters, Mrs. Letha Dean, Salina, and Mrs. Elsie Porter, Clay Center; a sister, Elsie Cleary of California; 15 grandchildren; 34 great-grandchildren and 10 great-great grandchildren. Mrs. Lloyd's husband, James, died in 1967. The family suggests memorials to the Bethany Chapel Wesleyan Church, Clay Center. Friends may call at the Neill- Schwensen Funeral Home, Clay Center, after 3 p.m. Friday. MRS. EDWIN NELSON CONCORDIA — The funeral for Mrs. Frances Nelson, 85, Concordia, will be at 2 p.m. Friday at the First Baptist Church, Concordia, the Rev. Alden Dick officiating. Burial will be in Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Concordia. Mrs. Nelson died Tuesday at St. Joseph Hospital, Concordia. She was born March 20,1896, at Valley, Neb. She had lived in the Gotland community for many years and was a member of the Baptist Church. Her husband, Edwin, died in 1971. Surviving are three sons, Elden, Darrell and Carl, all of Concordia; two daughters, Mrs. Leola Doyen, Ottawa, and Mrs. Ramona Dibley, Modesto, Calif.; a sister, Mrs. R.C. Johnson, Wahoo, Neb.; 16 grandchildren and nine great-grandchilden. The family suggests memorials to the church. Friends may call at the Chaput-Buoy Funeral Home, Concordia. A.E. (BOB) NELSON LINCOLN — The funeral for A.E. (Bob) Nelson, 86, Lincoln, will be at 2 .m. Friday at the Hall Mortuary, Lincoln, the Rev. Edward Piper officiating. Burial will be in the Denmark Cemetery. Mr. Nelson died Wednesday at Asbury Hospital, Salina. He was born Dec. 13, 1894, at Denmark, and had been a lifetime resident of Lincoln County. He was a retired farmer and stockman, a veteran of World War I and a member of the American Legion Post 165 and the Masonic Lodge 154, both of Lincoln. Surviving are his wife, Alma E., of the home; a son, Ben, rural Lincoln; a brother, Charles, Lincoln, and two grandchildren. Friends may call at the funeral home. ORV1LLE DURHAM BELOIT — The funeral for Orville (Whitey) Durham, 84, Glen Elder, will be at 2 p.m. Friday at the Harrison Funeral Home, Beloit, the Rev. Mac Lee officiating. Burial will be in Rose Valley Cemetery near Hunter. Mr. Durham died Tuesday at the Mitchell County Hospital, Beloit. He was born Sept. 18, 1897, at Bilisca, Iowa, and had worked for the Glen Elder Elevator and served as night watchman for the city of Glen Elder. He was a member of the Glen Elder Christian Church. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Maxine Rood, Mesa, Ariz., and a brother, Raymond, Greeley, Colo. Friends may call at the funeral home. FREDH. MALONEY The funeral for Fred H. Maloney, 74, Loveland, Colo., will be at 2 p.m. Friday at the Ryan Mortuary, Dr. Bernard Hawley officiating. Mr. Maloney, a former Salinan, died Monday at Loveland, where he had lived since 1977. He was born Dec. 1, 1906, in Missouri and lived in Salina for many years. He was a retired painter for the Union Pacific Railroad and a member of the Salina Eagles Lodge. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Patricia Felton, Loveland, and Mrs. Carol Brandenburg, Greeley, Colo., and five grandchildren. Burial will be in the Niles Cemetery, Niles. MRS. MARGARET BULJCK DOWNS — The funeral for Mrs. Margaret Bulick, 75, will be at 1:30 p.m. Friday at the Downs United Methodist Church, the Rev. Ralph Rosenblad officiating. Mrs. Bulick died Tuesday at the Mid- America Nursing Center, Downs. She was bom Feb. 25, 1906, at Lenora and spent most of her live in the Downs community where she had worked as a waitress at several restaurants. She was a member of the Downs Veteran of Foreign Wars Auxiliary. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Imogene Bisel, Oskaloosa; a son, Raymond, Las Vegas, Nev.; two grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Burial will be in the Downs Cemetery. Friends may call from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Domoney Funeral Home. The family suggests memorials to the Heart Fund. MISS. EUGINIA McDANIEL HERINGTON - The funeral for Miss Euginia McDaniel, 97, Herington, will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Donohue Funeral Home, Herington, the Rev. Frank Bobbitt officiating. Miss McDaniel, a retired college professor of entomology, died Thursday at the Lutheran Nursing Home, Herington. She was born June 27, 1884, at LaCrosse, was graduated from Kansas University in 1908 and spent the years of 1910 to 1949 on the faculty of Michigan State University. She taught from 1950 to 1952 at Clemson University and moved to Herington upon retirement. She was a member of the American Association of University Women. Surviving is a sister, Mrs. Florence Jacobs, Boulder, Colo. Burial will be in the Lost Springs Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home until the service. 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 Vz page, 1 day earlier) The Sallna Journal Will Be Closed Nov. 26th

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