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Stocks higher in pre-holiday rally NEW YORK (UPI) - The pre- Thanksgiving holiday rally was picking up steam Tuesday afternoon with prices driving higher in moderately active trading as interest rates and inflation fell. Stocks involved in mergers and others that have figured in takeover speculation were in the spotlight. The Dow Jones industrial average, which shed 1.14 points Monday, was ahead 5.23 points to 857.02 around 1 p.m. EST. At 1 p.m. Tuesday the Dow Jones stood at 850.83, up 7.04. Advances led declines 797-578 among the 1,823 issues crossing the New York Stock Exchange tape. The three-hour NYSE turnover amounted to about 27,660,000 shares compared with 25,440,000 traded during the comparable period Monday. Some analysts said they were encouraged the market, which historically has dragged prior to Thanksgiving Day, was showing more enthusiasm in the early afternoon in response to favorable news. Most of the nation's major banks lowered their prime lending rate to 16 percent from 16% percent and Chase Manhattan slashed its key charge to 15% percent, the lowest level in a year. Crocker National and Continental Illinois had reduced their rate to 16 over the past two weeks. Meanwhile, investors were encouraged the Labor Department reported October consumer prices rose only 0.4 percent, down from 1.2 percent reported in September, primarily because of falling home prices and mortage interest rates. Still, institutional investors have been reluctant to buy the past few sessions because they have not been able to determine how deep the recession is or how long it will last. Marathon stock lost 2 % points Monday after Mobil, which had offered $5.1 billion for the Findlay, Ohio, company, said only 23 million shares of the 30 million it sought had been tendered. Marathon has rejected Mobil's bid. U.S. Steel stock was off V* to 27 V* and Mobil was up V* to 26 Vs. Midday at Chicago Wheat mixed, grains lower CHICAGO (UPI) — Wheat was narrowly mixed and corn, oats and soybeans lower at midmorning Tuesday on the Chicago Board of Trade. Wheat was up % to off % cent; corn off 3 to 2; oats off 3 to 2; and soybeans off 2V4 to 1 cent. Traders 'were disappointed at the lack of follow-through demand in the wake of a somewhat firmer opening. Corn touched contract lows again and soybeans fell in sympathy with corn. Wheat found limited support on export tenders expected this week and next. Slow country movement and a drop in the prime rate had little effect on futures prices, floor sources said. Wagon grain prices Sallna, Tuesday Hard wheat— $3.93 up 2« Corn— $2.21 down <« Mllo— $3.65 down 10< Soybean) — $5.55 down 5« KC grain KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI) — Wheat futures were mixed Tuesday, off '/i to up 1 '/• cents, In early action at the Kansas City Board of Trade. The early prices: TuMday, November 24,1981 — The Salina Journal Page 7 Deaths and Funerals Inactive. •"% I i early prices: K 4^1 r^ Lf f* I I T C Dec 4.38 '/., up 1: Mar 4.52, up 1 '/.; May 4.55, ^J\Jk I I IX V* W I O up '/,: Jly 4.45, off 'A; Sep 4.55 '/,, off '/>; Dec prime rate KC livestock ANR.. New York Stock Exchange 1 p.m. quotations Provided by A. G. Edwards Co. ..40% ATST 59% Boeing 22% Cessna 18 Vi Comb. Eng 37% Dillons i 24% Federal Mogul Corp 19% Ford Motor Co ; 16% General Motors ,.35% Hesston 5% KP8L 19% Phillips Petro 40% Raytheon 40 Westlnghouse 24% OVER THE COUNTER BID ASK Butler Mfg 27% 27% Duckwalls 8% 9 NEW YORK (UPI) - Chase Manhattan Bank Tuesday cut its prime lending rate to a 12-month low of 15% percent from 16% percent, leapfroging most other major banks which adopted a 16 percent prime. Chase said the cut in its base rate, from which other lending rates are pegged up or down, reflected a general decline in rates and a moderation in loan demand. Chase's reduction, which was matched by Mitsui Manufacturers Bank of Los Angeles, put the prime at its lowest level since Nov. 6, 1980, when it was at 15% percent. Stock prices as of noon Tuesday . NEW YORK (UPI) Selected stocks on the New York Stock Exchange. Sales Net P-E (hds) Lost Chg. A A AetnaLI 2.32 8 364 p44% + V, AlcanAI 1.80 5 484 22%+ V. Allglnll 1.40 8 94 32% + >/i AllldCp 2.40 4 238 45>/i- % AllliChlm 1 9 115 14%+ % Alcoa 1.80 5 380 24% ... AMAX 2.40 10 924 46'/< + l'/i AmrdH 1.10 91004 27%— 'A Am Airlines . . 431 12'/i— V, AmBdc 1.60 7 597 35%+ % Am Can 2.90 9 37 34%- '/• A Cyan 1.75 7 262 p26%— % AEIPwr 2.26 8 499 17 AHomePd 2 121425 c36V.+ '/. Am Motors .. 378 u2% + '/• ANtRes 3.44 6 51 40% + '/• A Stand 2.20 51518 26'/i— '/• AmTST 5.40 72505 u59'/,+ '/• A M F 1.36 28 469 u26% + % Armco 1.80 5 161 26'/i— '/. ArmWI 1.10 7 56 15% + '/« AtlRch 2.20 7 720 45%+ % g 1 BangorP .80 3 x21 19%+ V. BeotFd 1.40 61040 17%— % Beckmn .40 18 980 31% + 1% BellHowl .96 7 41 17%+ % BendlxCp 3 3 47 57 BethStl 1.60 41126 c22 + % BlackSD .76 10 285 15% ... Boeing 1.40 4 z93300 22% ... BolseCo 1.90 8 148 g35% + l Borden 2.05 5 119 27 - % BorgWr 2.80 7 22 u49%+ % BostEd 2.80 5 90 24%+ % Brlggs 1.28a 14 22 22 '/4- % BrlsMy 1.84 12 427 54V.+ V, BrltPt 1.96b 4 150 25%+ '/• Brunswk .90 7 101 18V. ... Bucyrus .88 9 110 16%+ % BurlN 1.52a 8 428 51%+ % Burrgh 2.60 821781 p33'/i + l Camp S 2.10 7 12 28%- % CdnPac 1.90 4 492 33%+ % ColplTr 2.40 7 430 52%+ % CBS 2.80 8 37 50%+ % Celanese 4 6 x67 59%+ % CertnTd .90 .. 110 10%- 'A Cessna- .80 6 299 p!8%+ % Champl 1.48 9 292 u20 + '/. ChmpSP .80 11 149 7'/i- % ChaseM 3.10 5 457 55%- '/• ChmNY 3.84 4 67 55%+ % Chrysler Cp .. 482 3%+ % On Gas 2.10 7 180 16% ... Citicorp 1.56 81651 26%- % CitlesSv 1.60 131213 51%- % Citylnv 1.60 7 97 23% ... CleveEl 2.08 6 214 15 CocaCol 2.32 9 x730 u34%— % Colgate 1.20 8 431 15%+ % Col Got 2.70 6 47 32%- % CmwEd 2.80 7 461 22 - % ComSol 2.30 15 227 55%-l% Con Ed 2.96 5 2761 x32 — % • ConsuP 2.36 5 135 17% ... ContlGr 2.60 5 161 33%+ % Contrl Data 9 735 u37%- % CornGI 2.32 8 29 54%+ % CPCHI 1.92 8 207 32'/.- V. Crane l.60g 7 16 35% ... CrownZ 2.30 11 378 p29%— % CSX Cp 2.84 7 321 59 CurtlssWr 1 2 4 41>/i- % D D DayPLI 1.82 6 146 x!4% ... DeereSCo 2 10 885 36%+ '/• DetEdli 1.68 61009 12% ... Diebold .60 16 28 45%+ 'A Dillon I.JOg 9 29 24% ... DisneyWIt 1 15 265 54%- '/. DrPeppr .80 9 216 12% ... Dow Ch 1.80 72292 p24%+ % Dresser .68 9x427 34 '/i+ % Duke P 2.20 7 198 22 DuPont 2.40 6zl75700p37%+ V, DuqneL 1.90 7 404 13%+ % E E Eastern Air .. 164 6% ... EsKodok 3a 9 x2332 u68% + 1 % Eaton 1.72 10 572 29%+ % EiPoso '1.48 10 36B 24% ... Ensrch '1.36 7 5S5 25% + l% Ethyl 1.50 6 46 25 + '/: Exxon Qp 3 52666 p32%+ '/, Ftrro 1.20 10 29 27 + % Flrstne .60b 7 283 11%- % FlnstBc 2.04 6 127 3B%+ % FloPwr 1.64 6 907 x!6 - % FordMt 1.20 .. 513 16%+ % FarMck 2.24 8 x30 36%+ % Frhaul 2.40 6 170 18%- % 0 Q Gannett 1.72 12 229 38 — % Genpyn .72 12 267 23%- % Genl El 3.20 81203 u59 +)'/• Gnl Fds 2.20 7 100 31 %— '/• GnMUIs 1.64 8 SOt 35% ... GnMol2.40b 41 1436 35V. + % GcnPyb Utll 20 982 6V 4 . . . G T E 2.64 82231 u32%- '/. GTIr* l.SOg 5 6 p24% ... Go Pac 1.20 102064 19%+ % Gerber 1.88 7 13 30% ... GettyOI 2.40 7 604 70 + % Gillette 2.10 11 71 u32% ... Gdrlch 1.56 5 94 u!9%+ '/. Goodyr 1.30 63383 x!9 + % GraceW 2.60 6 108 44%+ % Great ASP . . 90 4% ... Gryhnd 1.20 5 132 u!6%- % Grumn 1.40 12 897 24%+ % Gulf Oil 2.80 62897 u36 + % GullSWs .75 5 978 17%+ % HamPa 1.84 5 25 28 Hercule 1.32 7 55 21 — % HershF 1.90 7 94 36%- % Hewitt P .24 161421 p40%+ % HlltonH 1.60 10 47 p39%+ % Hoi Inns .74 8 205 u29%+ % Homestk .40 16 366 b37%+ % Honewll 3.40 6 467 71%- % Hoover 1.24 7 25 19% ... Houstnlnd 2 61860 19% ... ICIndus 2.20 6 621 34% ... Idaho P 2.64 6 71 p22 III Pwr 2.38 7 140 20%- % INA Cp 2.40 7 244 47%- % Inco Ltd .20 5 371 p!3% . . . IngRnd 3.40 62779 53%+ % InlandSlel 2 5 110 p23 + % IBMCp 3.44 93729 p51 + % InHarv .30h 9 455 p7%+ % IntPapr 2.40 6 134 39% ... InllTST 2.68 81135 p29%+ '/. Intnoth 2.12 6x172 28%+ % Itek Cp .30b 15 57 x21 + % J J JeiPllot 1.52 6 28 27%+ % JonsJons .88 17 551 35%+ % JoyMfg 1.40 8 33 u34%- % K K KanGE 2.04 5 155 16%+ % KanPLt 2.20 6 182 19%+ % KerrMc 1.10 11 860 39%- % KlmbCI 3.60 7 435 62% + l'/> KLM Alrlne .. 55 p37%- % KMort .96 81218 15% ... KnlghtRI .92 11 12 33 + % Kroger 1.72 7 93 24%- % L L LearSlg 1.40 6 332 27 - % Lehm 2.76b .. 119 14% ... 1 O F 1.20a 39 26 25%- V, Llttonl 1.40g 7 251 55%- % Lockheed 24 377 39%+ % LoewCp 1.20 5 17 89% + 1 L T V Corp 2 390 17%+ % LuckyS 1.16 7 231 13%- '/• LukenStl .72 6 6 13%+ % M M Man Life .32 7 6 5% ... ManHn 2.72 5 597 34 - V, Manvlle 1.92 101061 p!4%+ % MarMId 1.05 6 57 23 'A- % MarshF 1.24 6 74 13%- % Martin Mar 6 391 33'/>+ % May 05 1.70 6x133 24%+ % Maytag 2o 10 x22 27%+ % McDnD 1.06 7 36 33 MeadCorp 2 5 65 22%+ 'A Merck 2.60 151398 80%+ % MlnMnMf 3 11 310 52%+ % MobllCorp 2 52046 u26 + % Mohasco B 26 13% ... Monsan 3.80 8 617 65%- % MorgJP 3.10 7 562 p57%- '/• Motrolo 1.60 11 243 64%+ % MrphCo 1.28 6 19 14%+ % NN Nabisco 1.85 7 173 29%- '/• NatDist 2.20 6 111 23%+ % Nil Gyp 1.48 7 66 20% ... Noll Steel 2 14 48 u23%- % NCRCp 2.20 5 463 40%+ % NevPw 2.44 7 73 22%- %, NIoflMo 1.64 6 236 12% ... NL Indus! 1 10 624 p43% + l'/i NorlkW 2.60 6 215 52% ... NwBcp 1.64 6 311 25% ... NortonS 1.08 71368 17%+ % OccdPt 2.50 4 746 u25 + 'A Ohio Ed 1.76 7 745 x!3 OkloGE 1.68 8 219 14%+ '/. OutbrdM .80 5 311 17% ... OwnCF 1.20 11 439 22%- % Owenlll 1.56 5 31 28%+ 'A P P PacGE 2.72 61295 p21%- '/• PcLtlng 2.76 5 71 p28%+ 'A PacTT 1.40 13 78 p20% ... Pan Am Air . . 620 p2%- '/• Penney 1.84 6 263 27%— % PennPl 2.24 6 207 x!8 + % Penniol 2.20 114257 52%-l% PplEg 3.08g 7 70 u38 - % PepsiCo 1.46 10 445 u36%- % Pflier 1.60 171557 49% + % Phelps 1.60 9 209 33%+ '/. PhlloElec 2 7 223 14+ % Philip Mor 2 10 631 54 ... PhllPet 2.20 61559 40'/. + l% Pilllbry 2.24 6 244 34%- % Polaroid 1 U 618 20%+ % PPGInd 2.3« 6 55 39%- % ProcrGI 4.20 9 138 78%+ '/, PbSCpl 1.68 7 215 U%- '/• PSMG 2.44 7 464 19V, Purex 1.40 10 26 p24 ... Ralston .72 7 610 11% ... RCACp 1.80 26zl68000 18 ... Repu Steel 2 2 193 25%+ % Revlon 1.84 6 182 27%+ % Reynlds 2.80 7 151 48%+ % ReynMt 2.40 3 245 24 '/,+ '/. RchGs 1.60g 6 29 14'/>+ % Rockwll 1.56 7 280 28%+ % RohmH 2.80 9 1 61%- % RoylCr 1.04 11 11 16 RoylD 2.61b 4 807 35'/>+ % 5 j SafwStr 2.60 6 x!72 26%— % StRegls 2.24 6 164 31%— % Scherng 1.68 71284 u25%— % SCM Corp 2 5 38 23%+ % ScotPaper 1 6 420 18%+ % Seogrm 1.40 6 175 57%+ % Sears 1.36 81238 c!6%+ % ShellOil 1.80 8 283 44 + % SignaICo .84 7 196 23% ... SlngerCo .10 6 38 15%+ % Smlthkl 2.32 13 415 67%+ % SoCol E 3.24 7 198 p29%— % SouthCo 1.62 61260 12% ... SoPacif 2.60 6x694 p38 '/, + !'/• So Rail 4.24 7 367 92%— % Sperry 1.92 6 993 31% ... SquarD 1.70 6 254 26% ... StOCal 2.40 6 819 42%+ % SldOInd 2.60 81088 x51%+ % StOilOh 2.40 5 431 42 — % SterlDrug 1 11 273 p21%+ % StewWn 1.68 9 10 28%— % Sun Co 2.10 8 697 43% + 1% Sup Oil .16 121050 36%+ % T T Teldyne Inc 10 231 145 — % Tennco 2.60 6 815 31%+ % Texaco 3 43656 34%+ % TexECp 3.80 6 80 55% + 1% Texas Inst 2 14 513 76%+ % TexUtil 1.88 6 274 20%- % Textron 1.80 101631 26% + 1 Trone 1.20 6 32 21 - % Trnsom 1.40 7 141 23%+ % Trans W Cp 15 534 15 — % TriCon 2.44b ..118 20% ... TRW 2.40 7 54 55 '/,+ V, U U UAL Inc 20 320 p!8 - % UnCarb 3.40 5 478 p47 UnOII Cal 1 101666 p41%- % UnPac 1.80 13 447 53% + 1% Uniroyl Inc 6 261 7% ... Utd Inns .22 7 38 18%— % US Gyp 2.40 7 27 33%- % U S Steel 2 2 6449 g27% + % US Tob 2.40 10 10 47 + % Utd Teh 2.40 5 447 40%- % Upjohn 2 10 336 u53%+ % V V VarianA .52 20 243 p3l%+ % VaElec 1.50 7 z34800 12% ... W W Walgreen 287 47%- '/. WarnLa 1.40 134z227800 20%+ % Wa Wlr 2.32 6 62 17% ... WUnlon 1.40 12 137 p31% ... WesthE 1.80 5 745 c24'/>+ % Wheeling St 7 9 27% ... Whlpool 1.60 6 162 23% ... White C 1.50 5 8 27% ... WinnDx 2.16 8 2 31%— % Woolwh 1.80 41376 17%+ % XYZ Xerox Cp 3 51125 39%+ % Zale Cp 1.26 4 7 21%+ % Zenith R .60 101008 glO%+ % FOOTNOTES Composite tables include trades from eight markets Identified by last price indicators for markets other than NYSE as: a-Amex; b-ooston; cCincinnati: g-NASD; k-lnstlnet: n- NYSE (Amex list only); p-Paciflc: x-t Philadelphia. Insllnet Is block trading' system used by institutions. (z) All sales in full. DIVIDENDS: Are annual unless onV erwise identified: (a) plus extra: (b) paid last year; (c) payment on accumulated 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 rote plus slock dividend; (h) paid this year-latest dividend omitted; (1) percent in stock paid in 1978; (i) percent of stock paid in 1978-laleil dividend omitted; (k) percent In stock paid In 1977; (g) In bankruptcy-receivership or reorganization; (s) capital distribution: (x) ex-dividend: (wi) when issued: (wt) warrants. SALES: In hundreds (00) omitted except for those designated (z) which are traded in ID-shore lots and carried In full: P-E ratio: The price pi a stock as a multiple of per-share earnings-derived by dividing the latest 12-month earnings figure Into last sale price, k KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI) — Livestock prices Tuesday: Cattle 350: slaughter cows mostly steady In very light trading: not enough of any other class to test market prices: supply mainly slaughter cows: slaughter cows cutter and utility 1-3 36.0040.00; few high dressing utility 40.00-42.80: low dressing cutter 32.00-36.00; slaughter bulls 1 1350-1760 Ib 47.00-48.70: one high dressing Individual 1600 Ib 52.00. Hogs 1,200: trading moderately active; barrows and gilts firm to .50 higher; 1-2 210-240 Ib 41.2541.50; 240-250 Ib 40.50-41.00; 1-3 few 250-270 Ib 39.75-40.50; 2-3 one lot 360 Ib 36.00; sows under 500 Ib .25-. 50 lower; over 500 Ib 1.50-2.00 lower; 1-3 300-500 Ib 34.25-34.50: over 500 Ib 39.5040.00; boars under 350 Ib 32.00-33.00; over 350 Ib 34.00. Sheep 50; slaughter lambs 1.00 lower; wooled slaughter lambs package choice and prime 95 Ib 44.00; small lot 118 Ib 42.75; shorn slaughter lambs one lot choice and prime 90 Ib No. 1 pelts 46.00. Gold NEW YORK (UPI) — Foreign and Domestic gold prices quoted In dollars per troy ounce Tuesday: London Morning fixing 398.00 up 1.25. Afternoon fixing 399.25 up 2.50. Paris (free market) 404.56 up 2.39. Frankfurt 400.03 up 4.53. Zurich 399.50 up 3.00. New York Handy and Harman 399.25 up 2.50. Engelhard, base price for refining settling and unfabrlcated gold 399.25 up 2.50 per troy ounce. Selling price, fabricated gold 419.21 up 2.62 per troy ounce. Pleads guilty to auto theft Thelma Jane Caauwe, 45, 1412 Teakwood, pleaded guilty Monday at her District Court arraignment on two counts of auto theft. She admitted stealing a 1980 Pinto owned by Hertz Rent A Car, Salina Airport, and a 1980 Dodge Omni owned by Salina Auto Plaza, 1820 S. Broadway. She rented the Pinto Aug. 27, 1980, using a fictitious name and address, and never returned it. It was recovered a year later when ahe took a car at Bennett Pontiac, 651 S. Ohio, for a test drive. She took the Omni for a test drive Oct. 1, 1980, and also never returned. The Omni was recovered that same month from a Hutchinson car dealer who had permitted her to test drive another car. Judge Morris Hoobler deferred sentencing to Dec. 21. Caauwe remains free on $6,000 bond. Rape report investigated Saline County Sheriff's officers are investigating a report by a 22-year-old Salina woman who said she was raped late Monday behind a tavern west of Salina. A 20-year-old Salina man was picked from police picture files by the woman and identified as the rapist. He later denied to lawmen any involvement. The women told deputies she had known the man casually for about six months. She said she saw him at the tavern, and the two left to attend some private parties. But when they returned later, she said, the man drove behind the tavern and raped her in the back seat of the car. She said he threatened to "slit your throat" if she resisted. The assault occurred between 11 and 11:30 p.m., she said. Pleads guilty to child solicitation Robert Dean Robinson, 43, 917 N. 13th, pleaded guilty Monday in District Court to two counts of aggravated indecent solicitation of a child. He admitted trying to get two 9-year- old girls to permit him to fondle them during incidents within the pact six months when be was playing with the children. The charge becomes "aggravated" because the little girls were under 12 yean old. Judge David Knudson ordered Robinton's return to his court Dec. 30 for sentencing. Robinson remains in Jail in lieu of $10,000 bond. _ 1 BERNARD W. SCHMIDT The funeral for Bernard W. Schmidt, 68, 721 W. Prescott, will be at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at Sacred Heart Cathedral, Msgr. John G. Weber officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Calvary Cemetery. Mr. Schmidt died Saturday at his home. He was born Jan. 24,1913, at Salina. He was a retired brakeman for the Union Pacific Railroad, and a member of the Sacred Heart Parish and the Union Pacific Old Timers Club. Surviving are the wife, Myrtle, of the home; a step-daughter, Mrs. Gloria Kossell, Onterio, Calif., and a brother, John, Dallas, Texas. The rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Tuesday at Ryan Mortuary. CLARENCE FREDERICK The funeral for Clarence Frederick, 83, formerly of 612 Lincoln, will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Ryan Mortuary. Burial will be in Gypsum Hill Cemetery. Mr. Frederick died Monday at the Bethany Home, Lindsborg. He was born Jan. 11, 1898, in Iowa, and had lived in the Salina area most of his life. He was a retired farmer and also had worked for the Soil Conservation Service. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Corine Jacobson, Westminster, Colo.; two sons, Charles D., Western Springs, 111., and John W., Solomon; a sister, Mrs. Jennie Morrison, Casey, Iowa, and 10 grandchildren. Mr. Frederick's wife, Gladys M., died in 1963. WILLIAM M. CHOPP BELLEVILLE - The funeral for William M. Chopp, 82, Narka, will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Tibbetts Bros. Chapel, Belleville, the Rev. Loren Silsby officiating. Burial will be in National Cemetery, near Narka. Mr. Chopp died Monday at the Republic County Hospital, Belleville. He was born April 8, 1899, on a farm near Narka. He was a retired farmer. Surviving are his wife, Mary, of the home; three daughters, Mrs. Doris Filipi, Narka; Mrs. Phyllis Vaupel, Supe- rior, Neb., and Mrs. MaryAnn Weyh, Omaha, Neb.; nine grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Friends may call at Tibbetts Bros. Funeral Home, Belleville. MRS. FRED NACE ALMA — The funeral for Mrs. Jennie Nace, 98, Alma, will be at 2 p.m. Friday at the Church of Christ in Alta Vista, the Rev. Lonnie York officiating. Burial will be in the Welcome Cemetery near Alta Vista. Mrs. Nace died Monday at the Alma Manor Nursing Home, Alma. Survivors include four sons, William and Robert, both of Alta Vista; Fred Jr., Madera, Calif., and John, Delphos; two daughters, Mrs. Mary Ottinger, San Jose, Calif., and Mrs. Marjorie Crouch, Uvalde, Texas; a sister, Lora Blair, Sawyer; 14 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. Friends may call from 7 until 8:30 p.m. Thursday at the Kendall Funeral Home, Council Grove. Memorials may be made to the Heart Association. HELEN M. HUBBARD BELOIT — The funeral for Helen M. Hubbard, 86, Topeka, will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the McDonald Funeral Home, Beloit, the Rev. Bruce Brigden officiating. Burial will be in the Elmwood Cemetery, Beloit. Miss Hubbard died Saturday in the Presbyterian Manor at Topeka. She was born July 6, 1895, in Wellington and moved to Beloit in 1902. She studied art education at Emporia Teachers College and did graduate work at the University of Colorado in Boulder. She taught in Beloit in the early 1920s and moved to Topeka where she taught at East Topeka Junior High until her retirement in 1960. She had lived in the Presbyterian Manor since 1977. She was a member of the Topeka First Presbyterian Church and the Weavers Guild. Surviving are a brother and a sister, Willis Hubbard, Rockford, 111., and Mrs. Edna Foulds, El Centre, Calif. The family suggests memorials to the Presbyterian Manor, Topeka. Friends may call at the funeral Home. MRS. JACOB UHRICH OAKLEY — The funeral for Mrs. Anna L. Uhrich, 83, Oakley, was Nov. 19 at the First Christian Church, Oakley, Greg Swinney officiating. Burial was in the Oakley Cemetery. Mrs. Uhrich died Nov. 17 at Parkside Manor, Oakley. She was born Sept. 16, 1898, south of Colman, S.D. A retired teacher, she had taught at schools in South Dakota and in the Oakley area. She was a member of the Oakley Christian Church and had been a Sunday school teacher for 25 years. Surviving are three daughters, Laura Ann Olson, Lakewood, Colo.; Delma Dible and Glennis Boyd, both of Oakley; seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Mrs. Unrich's husband, Jacob, preceded her in death. The Koster Funeral Home, Oakley, was in charge. ROY W. CAMPBELL HUSCHER — The funeral for Roy W. Campbell, 73, rural Concordia, will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the United Methodist Church, Huscher, the Rev. Harry E. Graves officiating. Burial will be in Nelson Cemetery east of Huscher. Mr. Campbell died Monday at his farm home. He was born Feb. 23, 1908, at Rice. He was a farmer and a lifelong resident of the Concordia area. He also was employed by the Glasco Livestock Exchange. He was a member of the United Methodist Church, the Concordia Elks Lodge and a charter member of the SPEBSQSA, a barbershop singing organization. Surviving are his wife, Anna, of the home; two sons, Arlan and Larry, both of Concordia; a brother, Raymond, Concordia; five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. The family suggests memorials to the church. Friends may call at the Chaput-Buoy Funeral Home, Concordia. Hospital Admissions Atbury — Mrs. Michael Schmiedeler, 721 Garden;' Leroy Quade, 408 E. Claflin; Roy Peterson, 926 N. 13th; Mrs. Clyde Musgrove, 131 E. Jewell; Drew Miller, 526 S. 8th; Henry Kruse, 800 Choctaw; Mrs. A.J. Kidd, 1029 N. llth; Mrs. John Ireton, 604 Marvin; Mrs. William Donelson, 901 W. Lincoln; Gailyn Dauber, 1524 Haven; Mrs. Curtis Cairns, 723 W. South; Walter Brady, 424 Missouri; Mary Berndt, 301 E. Minneapolis; Russell Bell, 422 Tulane; Mrs. William Zavesky ST., Kanopolis; Timothy Williams, Hope; Mrs. Dean Whiteley, Solomon; Mrs, Teven Wendt, Russell; Mrs. Larry Toothman, Abilene; Linard Stratton, Waverly; James Sorenson, Gypsum; Robert Remillard, Piano, Texas; Mannie Loomis, Jewell; Mrs. Edwin Halferty, Clyde; Adam Davis, Lincoln; Margaret Bell, Abilene. St. John's - Shirley Boyle, 915 Yale; Mrs. Irene Dutton, 1324 N. 4th; Mrs. Patrick Hallahan, 1600 Beach; Donald Hammerli, 403 E. Beloit; Mrs. Ernest Hayes, 1215 Andrew; Ralph Lehman, 154 N. 10th; Arthur O'Neill, 713 Smith; Jacob Teasley, 724 W. Ash; Mariann Waldman, 805 E. Ash; Mandy Champion, Abilene; Lori Gilmore, Abilene; John Justis, Holyrood; Justin Klima, Belleville; Nick Koster III, Abilene; Elmer Lias, Lincoln; Daniel Nelson, Junction City; Mrs. Charles Peterson, McPherson; Daniel Sauser, Ellsworth. Hospital Dismissals Aibury - Mrs. Lewis Taylor, 1415 Oak Circle; Mrs. Roy Rodenhuis, 301 S. llth; Gerald Richards, Salina Rt. 3; Mrs. David Popelka and baby girl, 2158 Kensington; Mrs. Richard Early and baby girl, 728 S. llth; John Dunkel, 1412 Melrose Lane; Mrs. Art Douglass, 956 S. 5th; Mrs. Phillip Augustine, 2334 Quincy; Mrs. Gladys Thompson, Ellsworth; Mrs. Rodney Sidener, Minneapolis; Mrs. Henry Scott, Waldo; Mrs. Harold Miller, BrookvLUe; Mrs. Hugh Meredith, Lincoln; Jeffrey Means, Wichita; Mrs. Robert Manis, Marion; Mrs. Eldon Godding, Glen Elder; Bill Gawith, Dresden; Teresa Boyd and baby girl, Herington; Mrs. Douglas An' derson, Lindsborg. St John's - Ellen Ash, 725 Wood; Daniel Fouard, 2016 Haskett; Mrs. Leonilla Napier, 613 W. Iron; Mrs. Belle Roberts, 735 Morn- ingside Dr.; Earl Haggard, Colby; Mrs. Clyde Lewis, Concordia; Thomas Wood, Ellinwood. Asbury Births Girls: Tamara Swarts, Tampa, 8 Ibs., 5 oza., Nov. 23. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Musgrove, 131 E. Jewell, 8 Ibs., \Vz 02.3., Nov. 23. Boy: Mr. and Mrs. Barry Collins, 2003 Harold, 8 Ibs., 5 ozs., Nov. 23. District Court Initial appearance — Laura Faye Downey aka Laura Ramsey aka Laura Heuser, charge of trafficking in contraband in a penal institution for allegedly smuggling marijuana to Jail inmate Rickey Joe Ramsey, 25, Concordia. Arraigned — Thomas Francis Fletcher, 27, 531 E. Claflin, charge of aggravated sodomy involving 2-year-old girl. Ronald Ray Kibler, 20, 1200 W. Crawford, charges of burglary of car owned by John R. Ferret, 941 Lewis, and petty theft of two speakers from Ferret's car. Found guilty — Thelma Jane Caauwe, 45, 1412 Teakwood, two counts of grand theft of cars from Hertz Rent A Car, Salina Airport, and from Salina Auto Plaza, 1820 S. Broadway. Robert Dean Robinson, 43, 917 N. 13th, two counts of aggravated indecent solicitation of a child for trying to get two 9-year-old girls to permit him to fondle them. Sentenced — John Richard Peterson, 22, 358 N. Kansas, burglary of Crown Distributors, 606 N. Ohio, 1-5 years. Police Blotter Theft - $200 in cash taken from a cash drawer at McDonald's Restaurant, 844 E. Crawford. Four winches belonging to Midwest Steel Structures, 505 Reynolds, from construction site behind 129 S. 4th, $100 loss. A radio repeater owned by Circuit Electronics, 332 N. 9th, valued at $2,400, taken from an equipment shed located in rural Salina. The shed and other equipment sustained $300 damage. Vandalism — A one-inch slash ripped in the front seat of car belonging to Jon Scott, 317 E. Scott; $85 loss. Windshield cracked on vehicle belonging to McCune-Bird-Yellow Van Movers Inc., 400 Forest; $60 loss. Windshield broken on parked car belonging to Sharon Hertzsch, 1436 Kiowa; $75 loss. Fire Runs Monday: 4:45 p.m. — Pan of grease on stove caught fire at James R. Miller residence, 504 S. 10th; $100 damage. Tuesday: 8:40 a.m. — Smoke from garden sprayer set off smoke alarm at Twin Valley Garden Center Inc., 450 N. Ohio. HRC procedural changes top short commission agenda City Commissioners dispatched their meager agenda Monday in an unofficial record time of two minutes, 17 seconds. Heading the agenda was the first- round approval of an ordinance that will change the procedures for filing and processing complaints to the Salina Human Relations Commission (HRC). The revisions are designed to eliminate unnecessary steps in the filing process and to clarify terms and conditions. Among the changes are reducing the number of members serving on the hearing panel from five to three, clari- fying the roles of the city attorney and his assistant during public hearings, clarifying procedures in probable cause findings and allowing more than one opinion in determining probable cause. Another change adds punitive damages to the types of damages plaintiffs may seek. Such damages will only be sought in flagrant, repeated cases of discrimination, according to HRC Director Will Burnett. In other action, the commission approved a resolution raising burial fees by about 10 percent in Gypsum Hill Cemetery. EXTENDED OUTLOOK Thursday through Saturday A chance of showers Thursday and Friday. Partly cloudy Saturday. Lows in the lower 20s northwest to lower 40s southeast Thursday, cooling to upper teens northwest to upper 30s southeast by Saturday. Highs mostly 50s Thursday cooling to in the 40s Saturday. ZONE FORECASTS Zones 1 and 2 — Partly cloudy tonight. Lows in the low 30s. Cloudy and not as warm Wednesday. Highs in the low 50s. Variable winds 5 to 15 mph tonight. Outlook for the holiday weekend — a chance of showers followed by • cooler temperatures. Zones 4, 5, 7 and 8 — Partly cloudy tonight. Lows in the mid to upper 30s. Cloudy Wednesday with highs in the mid to upper 50s. Southerly winds 10 to 20 mph tonight. Outlook for the holiday weekend — a chance of showers followed by cooler temperatures. Zones 10 and 11 — Partly cloudy tonight. Lows in the mid-30s. Mostly cloudy Wednesday. Highs in the low 60s. Southeast winds 5 to 15 mph tonight. Outlook for holiday weekend — a chance of showers followed by cooler temperatures. SALINA WEATHER At City Airport, 1 p.m. Tuesday: Temperature 57F; Barometer 29.94 in.; Wind SE 19 mph; Relative Humidity 49%; 24-hour Precipitation none. (Metric — Temp. 14C; Barometer 1013.9mb; Wind SE 31 kph). Monday's High 60 (16C); Record is 69 (21C) in 1904-15. Monday's Low 40 (4C); Record is -4 (-20C) in 1898. Wednesday's Sunrise 7:23; Sunset 5:11. Broadcasting of local, itate and regional wtattwr conditions continues 24 noun a d«y on NOAA Weather Radio WXK-tt on a trt- qutncy of 182.400 MHiFM.

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