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i G-14 ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL Thursday, April 11, 1974 aid W Reid. Entombment will be in the Chester T. French Memorial WlATHfR SHVICI FORfCASI lo 7PM IS! 4- - 74 Deaths and Funerals thedral with the Very Rev. John B. Haverlind, dean, officiating. Pallbearers will be Robert Creveling, Michael J. Gorgone, George W. Savage, William J. Sganzini, Bob Savage and Tom Savage. Honorary pallbearers will be Allen Bruce, David L. Cole, Glenn L. Emmons, Frank D, Shufflebarger, Thomas J. McCaffrey, Don Wilson and Alfred M. Granum. Interment will be in the family plot in Fairview Memorial Park. Strong-Thorne Mortuary in charge of arrangements. Q.rl,... Ann anI Dytkin nf QaUn BAKE Memorial services for .Irrcpnh .fnhn Raltp will hp hplH tnttav NATIONAL 30.00 30.24 . m( WILLIAMS Memorial service; for Roy G. Williams were held Wednesday at 1 p.m. at the graveside in Santa Fe National Cemetery with Dr. George Keepin officiating. Strong-Thorne, 1100 Coal 5E, in charge of arrangements. LO.tN.lL.. WOOD Services for Guy Raymond Wood were held Wednesday morning at 10:30 a.m. in the Chapel in the Garden at the French Mortuary, 1111 University NE. with the Rev. Everett Smith officiating. Escorts were Herman Wood, Allen Wood, Carl Wood, Kenneth Wood, Earl Wood and Charles Wilson. Interment was in the Fairview Park Cemetery. MIOMtST tlMATURI$- ' l Wp MIAMI Ait .n VT V WOODS - Scott G. Woods, 14, a resident of Albuquerque for three years, passed away Wednesday in a local hospital. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Donna Hallenoeck, and stepfather, Bill Hallenbeck, -both of the home: a brother. Dean UPI W ATHfl fOlOCAS! 30.00 Report and 1931,88 in 1972; lowest this date since 1931, 27 in 1936; Wednesday s highest 61 at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday's lowest, 42 at 7:30 a.m.; departure frnmnnrmalfordate-2 decrees: accumulated departure since first of month, 8 degrees. Precipitation since first of month. Trace: depar ture from normal since first of month, -.10; total since Jan. 1 1.84; departure from normal since Jan. 1, .58. Relative humidity: 5 a.m. 26; 1 1 a.m. 19; 5 p.m. 8: Sunset today 7:35 p.m.; sunrise hriday b.W a.m. Nation's extremes Wednesday; lowest 10 at Rradford. Pa.: highest 91 at Odessa, Tex. Today's air pollution index is less than Ml. COMMUNITY FORECAST (Highs today and lows tonight in parentheses): EASTERN PLAINS - Considerable cloudiness and colder with a few slight snow showers in the north: Clayton (60-30); Raton (58-20); Las Vegas (58-25); Tucumcari (66-35); Clovis-Portales (68-38); Carlsbad (73-44); Hobbs-Lovington (72-42); Roswell-Artesia (70-38). CENTRAL MOUNTAINS - Scat war """i 29.53 IjM7 LSKCVlO V I Mausoleum and the French Mor tuary, 1111 University NE, was in charge of arrangements. RAEDEL Daniel L. Raedel, age 76 and a resident here four years died Saturday in a local hoinital fol lowing an illness. He is survived by two sisters. Mrs. Alfred Towle of Madison, WI , and Mrs. William Lockman of Boston, Mass.: a brother, James Raedel of Stamford, Vt.; and a niece, Mrs. Peter Lundholm of Madison, WI. The body will be taken to the Birren and Son Mor tuary, Chicago 111., for services and interment. Fitzgerald and Son Funeral Directors, 3113 Carlisle NE, are in charge of local arrange ments. SIMPSON r John H. Simpson, 79, of 2116 (un uud SE, died luesaay at a local hospital. He is survived by his wife, Nicolasa; a daughter, Mrs. Bettv Jean Bones of Oklahoma City; a son, John S. Simpson Jr., of ureat-srandchild. He was a veteran of WW I and a member of Rio Grande Barracks 117 WW 1 Veter ans. Funeral services will be Friday at9:30a.m.atSalazarandSons Mortuary. The Rev. Ben Williams will officiate. Burial will follow at 11:30 a.m. at Santa Fe National Cemetary. He will lie in state today from 1 to 5 p.m. at the Salazar and Sons Mortuary, imrd and Lead sw. SMITH - Mrs. Harriette (Holly) Hening smitn, 47, passed away at the family home on Tuesday. She is survived by her husband, Samuel (Sam )D. Smith; a daughter, Ce- n. CM;,k,a.n,,a. il Iwn fcaiiiic uiiiiiiii niuu4uci4uc. aiiu inu sons, Michelangelo Smith, Albuquerque, and Rembrandt Van Ryn Smith, U.S. Navy at Pensacola, FL. Mrs. Smith was a former executive secretary to the Dept. of Chemical Engineering at the Univ. of N.M. and was active in the Leaiue of Women Voters. Funeral services will be held today at 3 p.m. in Palm Chapel of Strong-Thorne Mortuary with Dr. Joseph Hansell officiating. Cremation will take place later in the Chapel of the Chimes, Fairview Park Crematory. VALDEZ - Mrs. Cornelia Valdez. age 88, of 14264 La Vega Dr. SW. passed away Tuesday at a local hospital. Mrs. Valdez is survived by four sons, Onesimo Vigil of Socorro, N.M., Jim Valdez of Albuquerque, namarrin nlta nf Tur-onn i rn and Chris Valdez of Austin, Texas: by one daughter, Mrs. Juanita Letcher of Tucumcari, N.M.; one sister. Mrs. Marcos Luera of Ohio: by 20 grandchildren, 28 greatgrandchildren and one great-great grandchild. Mrs. Valdez was a member of the Friendship Center Baptist Church. Funeral services will be conducted today from the Friendship Center Baptist Church at 1200 Atrisco SW. where services will be held at 9:30 a.m. Pallbearers will be Conrad Vigil, Richard Vigil, Dave Medina, Benjamin Medina, Joe Aragon and Porfinio Romero. Interment will be made at Mt. Calvary Cemetery with the Garcia Mortuary, Eighth and Stover SW, in charge. WAIT Funeral services for James L. Wait will be held today at 11 a.m. in St. John's Episcopal Ca- " ' "Our ntire Efforts Devoted to Service" GABALDON MORTUARY 343-7SAI 1000 Cent !. Snow, Winds Hit Plains By The Associated Press A spring storm moved into the Plains Wednesday, bringing snow and winds gusting to SO miles an hour. Travelers and stockmen's advisories were posted fromhe Rockies to the Northern Plains. Winds of 30 to 50 mph were whipping up from New Mexico across the Plains to the lower Mississippi Valley. Most of the nation east of the Mississippi River and west of the Rockies enjoyed fair skies. Conditions ahead of the storm were ripe for tornadoes and a watch was in effect for a large portion of Oklahoma, northwestern Arkansas and southwestern Missouri. Some isolated snow fell in parts of Utah and southwestern Idaho. Afternoon temperatures ranged from 28 degrees at Houlton, Me., to 86 at Wink and Mc Allen, Tex. one brother, Walter A. Meyer or California Kemains will lie in state today and Friday from S to 8 p.m. at Romero Funeral Home south chapel. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 11 a.m. at Romero Fu neral Home cnapel witn the Kev. William D. Wvatt officiatina. Inter- ment will follow in Terrace Grove Memorial Park Cemetery. Romero Home in neien in cnarge. MITCHELL John Wesley Mitchell, SS, a resident of Albuquerque for 27 years, passed away in a local hospital. He is survived by his wite, norma Mitcneil, ot tne home; a daughter, Marge Jannotta of San Francisco, Calif.; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Mitchell of Albuquerque; two sisters, Laferne Miller, Albuquerque, and Char lene Schererof Denver, Colo., and a brother, Larry J. Mitchell of Los Alamos. He was retired chief of security police at Kirtland Air Force Base. The family prefers no flowers. Graveside services and interment with the Rev. Alamo Sar-key officiating, will be held Friday at 9 a.m. in Sunset Memorial Park. French Mortuary, 1111 University NE, in charge of arrangements. MORGAN Funeral services for Dr. S. M. Morgan will be held today at 2 p.m. at the First Baptist Church in Belen with the Rev. Mil-ford Misener officiating. Interment will follow in Terrace Grove Memorial Park Cemetery. Romero Funeral Home in Belen in charge. MYRICK Virginia E. Myrick. 82, a resident of Albuquerque tor 24 years, passed away in a local hospital. She is survived by her husband, Benton Myrick, of the home; a son, Samuel Myrick of Challenge, Calif.; a grandson, Jon W. Myrick of Big Bear Lake, Calif.; a sister, Mrs. H. A. "Birdie" Mvrick of Albu querque, and two nieces, Marcella Barker of Aspen, Colo., and Durcil-la Godwin of Albuquerque. She was a former resident of the Lovington, Tatum area for 20 years and a former resident of the Blue Water area, New Mexico, for 25 years. Services will be held Friday morning at 10:30 a.m. in the Chapel in the Garden at the French Mortuary, 1111 University NE, with Pastor Herman J. Griffin officiating. Interment will be in the Blue Water Cemetery, Blue Water, New Mexico. , NEWMAN Sammv Biddle Newman, 2-month-oId son of Mr. and Mrs. George Newman of 512 Douelas MacArthur Dr. NW. died Tuesday at a local hospital. Besides nis parents, ne is survived by a Drotner. oeorce jr.. and nis nrnna- parents, Mr. and Mfrs. Pete (Fanny) Lucero. Funeral services will be Friday with araveside services at 3 p.m. at Mt. Calvary cemetary. The rosary will be recited today at 7:ii) p.m. at the Salazar and Sons Mortuary. PARK Services for Bruce Park were held Wednesday afternoon at 2 p.m. in the Chester T. French Memorial Mausoleum Chapel with the Rev. Edward G. Yeomans officiating. Honorary escorts were Joseph E. Montoya.Ed Odle, Fred Wagoner, Henry Hinricks and Don- DIXIE FLORAL There) is no batter way to say it than with flowers. ' 1020 Tijeras NE 243-3705 1 500 Wyoming NE 298-7659 Wishing Everybody "A Schwartzman's Dry Cured Whole or Butt Half, lb PORK LOINS large Frozen, fully processed, lb. 83 C CAN HAMS ALL BRANDS 3 lb. TIN 5 lb. TIN 098 579 ARMOUR'S STAR Braunsweiger or BOLOGNA Fresh Sliced lb. 79 e ARMOUR'S STAR HOT DOGS pkg" 59' SPARE RIBS 75 Lean Country Style lb. mi inn nMLIDUl HOC Turbot Fillets, lb. .. 03 I I V (BOSTON MFUVARK tax 3o.? ATLANTA SNOW ,l$H0WliS HOW Forecast tered snow showers in north: Taos, (52-20); Santa Fe (58-28); Ruidoso (60-22). NORTHWEST PLATEAU Partly cloudy with colder nights and a little warmer days: Farmington (56-24). WEST CENTRAL MOUNTAINS Partly cloudy with cold night and warmer today: Gallup-Grants (54-27). CENTRAL AND SOUTHWESTERN VALLEYS Partly cloudy and breezy with little temperature change. Fair and a little colder tonight: Socorro (67-38); Silver City (67-35); Truth or Consequences (65-39); Deming (70-43); Las Cruces (7043). NEW MEXICO - Considerable cloudiness and widely scattered snow showers northandfairin south. Colder tonight: Highs 50s and 60s. Lows 20s and low 30s mountains and north to 40s south. ALBUQUERQUE Partly cloudy and colder, little change in temperature Highs in 60s; lows in high 20s to mid 30s. ease receive just compensation. The black Lung program, passed by Congress in 1972 as an amendment to the 1969 Federal Coal Mine Health'and Safety Act, provided for initial black lung claims to be paid from the federal treasury. The program provided that after July 1, 1973, all claims filed with the government would be paid by an assessment against the coal company responsible. After Jan. 1, 1974, the administration of the program was to have passed to individual states. But Perkins said the program has not worked as intended. In addition, he said, many miners suffering from the disease did not file claims prior to the July 1, 1973, cutoff date to make them eligible for direct payments from the Treasury. He said his legislation would permit these claims to be filed with the federal government until July 1, 1975, "to bring some order out of this chaos." It would also postpone takeover of the program by states until that date. However, Gagge testified that the two-year extension, standing alone, would not be enough for the coal industry "which must ultimately bear the cost for the program after the period of federal involvement is finished." The coal industry spokesman urged Congress to review both the high cost of the program and its eligibility requirements, which he claimed are too lax, allowing persons to qualify for benefits who are not genuinely disabled from the disease, i He also said the high cost will inhibit the coal industry from expanding. "Coming at a time when coal expansion is an urgent national priority, such an inhibition seems to us contrary to the national interest," he said. will be George Park, Tommy Park, Jim Latter, Jay Harris, Vernon Short and Olen Short. Interment will be in the Sunset Memorial Park. HARRISON Memorial services for Wanda Valois Harrison were held Wednesday at noon in the Chapel in the Garden at the French Mortuary. 1111 University NE with the Rev. Lawrence Green officiating. She was then taken to Denver uty, iexas tor services ana inter ment. JENNINGS Memorial services for Martha Belle Jennings will .be held this afternoon at 4 p.m. in tne immanuei united tresDyten-an Church, 114 Carlisle Blvd. SE, with the Rev. Larry E. Hartfelder. Cremation took place. The family prerers in neu ot tiowers, contriuu-lions be made to the American Cancer Society or the Immanuei United Presbyterian Church 1 Education Fund. The French Mortuary. Ill University NE, in charge of ar rangements. KIRK Memorial services for Woodrow W. Kirk were held Wednesday at 1 p.m. at the graveside in Santa Fe National Cemetery with honors and with Dr. George Keepin oiticiating. strong-1 norne, 1100 Coal SE, in charge of arrange ments. LAMBERT Services for George Warren Lambert were held Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 D.m. in the Chapel in the Garden at the rrencn Mortuary, nil university. NE. with the Rev. Walter F. Wolf officiating. Escorts were William P. uavies, Chester P. Little, Demecio ntiofroi 1rhn C DnaUla A, ,in VI. Allinger and William Piemen. Entombment was in the Chester T. French Memorial Mausoleum with the United War veterans Council officiating at graveside. LAMERIS Warren J. Lameris. age 81 and a resident here IS years. diedTuesdayeveninginalocal hospital following an illness. He is survived by a son, Andrew Lameris of Denver. Colo.: six grandchildren: and nine great-grandchildren. Serv ices will be held Saturday at 10 a.m. in Vallejf Christian Reformed Church. Fitzgerald and Son Funeral nirrtnrc 3113 Tor-licU MP ara in charge of arrangements. The family prefers memorials to the Vallev Christian Reformed Church. I. A PLANT Hallie V. LaPIant. 75, a resident of Albuquerque since 1945. nassed awav on Wednesday in a local hospital after a long illness. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. Hazel Huston, Albuquerque, and several nieces and. nephews. She was a merirMr oftheRiverside Baptist Church, the Auxiliary of tne U.A.v. ana was a reurea oeuuu-rinn Memorial services will be held Friday at 2 p.m. in Fern Chapel of strong-morne, nuu coai sr., wun Pastor J. R. Burnett officiating. Interment will be in tairview Memorial Park. Mr.DF.RMOTT James Thomas McDermott, 93, a resident of Albu-nueroue for nine years, nassed away weanesaay in a local nospiiai He is survived oy nis wue, nuDy i McDermott, of the home; a daueh- . QA.r rtirflau nf f?lnrtol Cnlif a sretvsnn. Hurl D. Bvrd of Santa re; tour sranasons, ana iour great-granacnuaren. tie was a member of the Lebanon Masonic Lodge No. 22 AF & AM, Gallup, N. M., since 1918 and the Gallup Elks Lodge No. 1440 and was a member of the Senior Citizens Club in G-allup and Albuquerque. Service arrangements win De announced oy tne rrencn Mortuary, mi univer sity NE. t T? V T.-n T-;n Xila.ran TC van! dent of Belen and formerly of New York, passed away Wednesday at his home. He was a World War I and II veteran. He was a retired Eetroleum inspector. He is survived y his wife, Arlette Meyer of Belen: two sons, Robert of New York and Laurance ot ueien; two aaugniers Bridge Group Tournament Sets Record A record 1336 duplicate bridge players competed in a three-day sectional tournament held recently by Unit 374 of the American Contract Bridge League. Winners were Ruth Ellis' and Rudy Krall, Albuquerque; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Brown, Santa Fe and Alex Harrison and Bruce Hutcheson, El Paso, Saturday evening open pairs overall winners. Novice game: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Duborg, John Cannon and Ann Borbely and Mary Brady and Betty Wilkenson, all of Albuquer que. Side game: Nancy Reed and Thelma White, Truth or Consequences, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Kornegay, Santa Fe.and Helen Scott and Rosaline Hill, Albuquerque. Sunday team of four: Mrs. Nancy McCrackin, Mary Harris, Sue Azar and Merlene Hines, Albuquerque; Allen Bowman, George Hayes and Mr. and Mrs. William Gibbs of Los Ala mos and Bruce Martin, Terry Swegler, Alex Harri son and Bruce Hutcheson, El Paso. SOFT WATER SERVICE 94 CENTS WEEKLY Phone 255-5513 NAVAJO RUGS AT WHOLESALE . INDIAN JEWELRY, TANNED COWHIDES SHIIPSKINS, OOATSKINS, , MIISKINS, CAIISOU, ZIMA FREED CO. 415 CENTRAL NW REALTORS SELLS HOMES 268-4551 at 2 p.m. at the graveside in Santa te National Cemetery with lull mil itary nonors ana witn ur. oeorge Keepin oiticiating. strong-1 norne 1100 Coal SE, in charge of arrange merits. BRYAN Services for Bonita B, Brvan were held Wednesday after noon at 2 p.m. in the Chanel in the oaraen ar tne rrencn iviortuarv. 1111 University NE. with the Rev, James tharpe officiating. Escorts were Milton Davis, William Kelso. Dean Dawson, Carl Delal'orte, Carl Kniehton and Ariie Floren. Inter- ment was in t he Sand ia Memory uaruens. CARV Memorial services for Frank B. Cary were held Wednesday at 11 a.m. at the eraveside in Santa Fe National Cemetery with military honors and with the D.A.V. Chapter 3 officiating. Strong-Thorne, 1100 Coal SE, in charge of arrangements. CHAVEZ Miss Connie R. Chavez, age 18, of 1708 Byron SW, passed away suddenly Wednesday morning. Connie is survived by her Earents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond opez, and by a sister, Miss Luisa Chavez of the family home. She wm a lifelong resident of Albuquerque and a member ot the St. Anne's Church. Rosary will be recited today at 7 p.m. at the Garcia Mortuary Chapel. Funeral services will be conducted Friday from the St. Anne's Church where a blessing will be held at 10 a.m. Interment will be made at San Jose de Armijo Cemetery with the Garcia Mortuar-y, Eighth and Stover SW, in charge. CLARK Kenneth Thomas Clark Sr., age SS, and a resident here five years and of Los l.unas the preceding six years, died Wednesday noon following an illness. He is survived by his wife, Lillian; three sons, Joseph Clark in Raleigh, N.C, Kenneth Clark Jr. in Taylor Mo., and Ronald Clark of Albuquerque; three brothers, Matthew Clark in Columbiaville. N.Y., Francis Clark in Saugerties, N.Y., and John Clark in Orlando, Fla.; and a sister, Mrs. Stephen Hafner of Hudson, N.Y. Mr. Clark was a member of Queen of Heaven Church, a past grand knight of the Knights of Columbus in Kingston, N.Y., and a navigator of the Fourth Degree. The body of Mr. Clark will lie in state at the home, 13001 Montgomery Blvd. NE, this evening and will then be taken to Hudson, N.Y. for services and interment. Fitzgerald and Son Funeral Directors, 3113 Carlisle NE, are in charge of arrangements. HARRIS Services for James Monroe Harris will be held this afternoon at 2 p.m. in the Chapel in the Garden at the French Mortuary, 1111 University NE, with the Rev. J. R. Burnett officiating. Escorts Navy to Shift Combat Range NORFOLK, Va. (AP) Citizen complaints have led the Navy reluctantly to agree to shift a proposed air combat maneuvering range out to sea from the area of North Carolina's Pamlico Sound. TheNavy had resisted the shift because, it said, its latest combat techniques and jet fighter capabilities thus would be exposed to any enterprising Russian intelligence-gathering trawler. Such a trawler would be within its maritime rights, the Navy said, to sit in the middle of the new location some 30 miles east of Kitty Hawk and monitor all overhead activity electronically. In addition, the Navy said the shift of the eastern United States' only air combat maneuvering range will provide an "unrealistic combat environment" and will involve major expenses. Nonetheless, it said Wednesday the shift will be carried out. Residents of the North Carolina Outer Banks and adjacent areas of Dare and Hyde Counties had sought the change in the range's location at a Federal Aviation Agency hearing in Raleigh last June. They contended, and the Navy denied, that the original location of the air combat range would have adverse environmental effects and would make the area subject to frequent, damaging sonic booms. Conferees Agree On Enlistee Bonus WASHINGTON (AP) Compromise authority for bonuses up to $13,500 to try to attract doctors into the all-volunteer military have been agreed to by a House-Senate conference. The conferees also agreedon bonuses up to $15,000 for servicemen with nuclear training who re-enlist. The compromise between House and Senate bills has been sent back for Congress' final approval by the two bodies. Makers of Hend Made Indian Jewelry OtD TOWN OXYGEN ACETYLENE JEWELRY TORCHES FIRE EXTINGUISHERS Salat and Scrvic DRY ICE - HELIUM - VALLEY WELDERS SUPPLY CO. 1801 Princeton Dr. NE 3454505 Office Desks Galore Office Choirs by tSt Hundred,. All Sizes Steal Filing CobineH. Buy or Lease Purchase Plan Pacific Desk Company Coal Industry Warns Of Cost of Program HAPPY EASTER SUNDAY" Weather Weather report for the 24 hours ending at 5 o.m. Wednesday f ur nished by the National Weather Serv ice at Alburjueraue. Weather (Wea. denotes condition at 5 p.m. observa tion time, precipitation (Prep ) is the amount of rainormelteds no win inches and hundredths. Temperature Wea. High Low Prep. Alamogordo Dusty 72 56 Albuquerque' PtCldy 61 42 Carlsbad Dusty 82 SI Chama Snow .15 18 Tr. Clayton Cloudy 67 42 Deming Dusty 65 51 Espanola Snow 51 49 Tr. Farmington Cloudy 52 36 Gallup Cloudy 46 28 .04 Hobhs Dusty 84 47 Us Vegas PtCldy 53 38 los Alamos Snow 52 29 Tr. Quemado PtCldy 67 33 Tr. Raton PtCldy 56 36 Red River ..r. ...Snow 47 22 .02 Roswell Dusty 77 50 Ruidoso PtCldy 56 47 Santa Fe PtCldy 44 34 Silver City PtCldy 74 38 Socorro PtCldy 64 51 Truth or Conseq. ..PtCldy 62 52 Tucumcari PtCldy 76 49 OTHER STATES Alamosa Cloudy 42 26 Amarillo PtCldy 82 52 Anchorage Cloudy 42 32 .17 Atlanta PtCldy 68 39 Billings Rain 45 41 .03 Boise Fair 56 39 Boston Clear 38 27 Flagstaff Cloudy 46 24 Kansas City Shwrs 65 50 Us Vegas, Nev. ...PtCldy 69 49 Memphis Shwrs 72 41 Minneapolis Rain 59 36 Needles Cloudy 73 53 New Orleans Pt Cldy 75 55 Oklahoma City ...PtCldy 61 52 Omaha Shwrs 69 49 Philadelphia Fair 51 30 Phoenix Fair 74 53 Portland Rain 54 40 .02 St. Louis ... Shwrs 70 41 Salt Uke City . Cloudy 37 33 2.35 San Francisco .... Fair 60 47 Seattle Rain 51 45 .04 Washington, D C . . Fair 57 34 LOCAL DATA Highest temperature this date since Grains CHICAGO (API - Form lu. lures moved oxer o wide price range on the Chicogo Board of Trade Wednesday and cloied, in moil coses, with small gaini. There oppeored to be an air of nervout-neil or uncertainly oi prices lee-towed unevenly through moll ol the lemon. Some trade tourcel thought the uncertainty might have been tracedto the movements of precroui metal futures, which were higher tor a lime, then fell back on the motor domestic ond inter-notional eMchonges forty strength in the soybean complex wai linked to tome firmness in prices quoted abroad for soybeans, meal ond oil. Alter -o flurry of profit-taking in the three pits, prices retreated Early gains rang, ing up to 14 cents in soybeans were oi-matt wiped out. Corn and oott luluret alto ottrocted buyert. Corn advonced 5 centt a butfiel and oott around 3 centt before both pits weakened ot the close. The late telling wal attributed to report! thai field work wot well oheod of lott yeot. Selling wot rolher oclive in the wheat pit through molt of the tetlion, but vol-ume wot very thin. The nearby May op-tion was bought by tome traders against soles of deferred options. Gulf wheot closed tomewhat higher in a flurry of lOte snort-covering At the clote. soybeans were mued, . Moy S 48. Chicogo wheal wot 2 to 4 higher. May 4.28 ond Gull hard red wat S 10 6 higher, July 4 31, corn wot higher, Moy 2 67'i ond oott were mined. Moy I.2IW, CHICAGO (API Wednetdoy: Prev Opt'n High Low Close Close WHEAT Moy Jul Sep Dec 4 25 4 3? 4 03 4.12 4 01"; 4 14 400 4.18 4 18 3 96 3 57 4 02 4 28 4 03 4 06 4 26 3 99 4 02 405 Mar 4 0 4 20 4 07 WHEAT (Gulf hard red) Jul 4.26 4 36 .24 4 31 4 26 4 28 4 30 Sep 4.27 Dec 4 30 CORN Moy 266 Jul 2 69 Sep 2 61 Dec 2 50 Mor 2.53 OATS May 1.21 Jul 1.25 Sep I 27 Dec 130 Mor 1 33 SOYBEANS 4.37 4 26 4.40 4 30 4 34 4 36 2 69 2 63 2 674 2 64 2 70ft 2 64 2 68' 1.67V, 2 64 2 57 2 62 2 51'.S 2 SI 2.45VS 2 49 2 48 2 55 2.50 2 53 2 52Vi 1.23ft 1 20 I 21ft 1 20ft I 254a I.2l4i I 23 1.24 1.2814 1.24 1.25ft 1.26 1.32 1.30 130 1.30ft 1.33 1.30 1.30ft 1.30ft Moy Jul Aug Sep Nov 5 48 544 5 42 5 34 5 28 5 56 5 51 5 47 5 38 530 5 39ft 5 48 5 36 5 44 5 45 S 42 5 39 5 34 5 23 5 26 530 5 32 5 24 5 17 5 20 5 24 5 36 5 31 5 24 5 27 5 31 n 5 29ft 5 32 ir 5 33 5 34 SOYBEAN OIL Moy Jul Aug Sep Oct Dec Jon 24 25 24 70 23 50 22.40 22 75 21.85 2165 22.10 21.25 21.20 21 50 20 60 20 40 20 60 19 90 19 55 19 85 19 20 23 75 24 00 22 25 22 20 21 50 21.45 20 90 2100 20 00 20 25 19 35 19 40 18 70 18 85 19 30 19 30 18 65 SOYBEAN MEAL Moy 129 00 130 50 125 00 125 50 128 00 Jul 133 00 134 90 130 00 130 00 132 DO Aug 136 00 137 00 133 00 133 00 134 50 Sep 137.50 138 00 133 00 133 00 134.50 Oct 137.50 137 50 133.00 133 00 136 00 Dec 136 00 138 00 134 50 134 50 136.00 Jon 138 00 138 00 136 00 136 00 137 00 Mo' - - - 13 5 50 138.00 ICED BROILERS Moy 38 25 38 85 38 20 38 50 38 35 Jun 39 50 39 75 39 40 39 60 39 40 Jul 39 60 39 90 39 60 39 70 39 45 Aug 39 50 39 75 39.25 39 60 39 20 Sep 38 00 38 47 38 00 38 45 38 00 Nov 36 60 36 60 36 60 36 60 36.50 Jon ------- 37 75 37 75 b-6id. a-Asked; n-Nominol. Stocks in the Spotlight ,HEIVMT BL Woods, of the home; grandmother, Eleanore Burger, Iowa; grandmoth-a r.ik urw1. w; and i, uauivi uuui, nuvuii.i"! other relatives in Wisconsin Scott was a member of the St. Charles Rnrrnmisn TAthnlir Thurrh and was a student at Wilson Junior High School. Seott was interested in fish aquariums and was very much interested in planting and growing thinon He invert tn mnltp all tVDeS of models, especially airplanes; he was taking drivers education and when he was very sick, he pushed himself to attend the classes, although he never did take the final test. He thnrnuffhlv eninved school and loved his teachers and really hated to miss class. He took great interest in camping and the out-of-doors. Scott fought leukemia for two years and continued to push himftotf rioht nn until the last. The family prefers donations to the Leukemia Lymphoa Society of New Mexico co Dr. John H. Saiki, 2211 Lomas NE. Rosary services will be recited Friday evening at 7 p.m. in the Chanel in the Garden at the French Mortuary, 1111 University NE. Funeral services will be held Saturday morning at 10:30 a.m. in the Chapel in the Garden at the French Mortuary with Father Paul Gariepy officiating. Interment will be in the Mt. Calvary Cemetery. A memorial Mass for Scott will be held on Easter Sunday at 8 a.m. at the St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church. When words fail Flowers express how you really feel. And we can help with sympathy flowers and plants. Stop by or call. Because flowers are as beautifully alive as a memory. Central New Mexico Florists Association SHANK I HALF, lb. D Ar AM ARMOURS DHVvli STAR Sliced, lb. PKG CUDAHY'S Thrifty Sliced, lb. PKG. . . 95' 79' ROAST Ik 1" I Blade or Pot I CHUCK ROAST . 75' I 65 91 LONGHORN CHEESE lb 1 19 CHUCK STEAK lb FRESH GROUND BEEF 10 lb. BAG . 78c 789 99' 75c ,19" SHOP EARLY CLOSED EASTER SUNDAY 1439 EUBANK N.E t 299-5539 PRICES GOOD THRU SAT., APRIL 13TH, '74 We Honor U.S.D.A. FOOD STAMPS GROSSO ENTERPRISES dba MEAT BLOCK LOW DISCOUNT PRICES i : 19 TURKEYS Blue Ribbon 5 9ib. Grade A Kens, 1112 lb. io or Roast, lb I "FRESH U.S.D.A. INSPECTED" Whole Birds WASHINGTON (AP) The coal industry told Congress Wednesday it may be financially unable to comply with a federal law requiring compensation, for victims of black lung, a chronic respiratory disease afflicting coal miners. Carl E. Bagge, president of the National Coal Assn., told the House Labor subcommittee the federal lung program will saddle the industry with -costs equaling 40 per cent of its payroll within three years. "At the very least, the program will drive many marginal operators out of business," Bagge testified. He appeared in support of a bill by Rep. Carl D. Perkins, D-Ky., to extend federal responsibility for black lung payments until July, 1975. However, Perkins said his measure is not designed to give coal companiesa break but to guarantee that all miners and former miners suffering from the dis- Cotton NEW YOPK (API - Cotton futures No 2 closed 18.50 a bole higher lo 12.75 lower Wednesday Firmness groduolly developed through the session. A scarcity of tellert. rother than oggreitive demand, helped to support the market, occording to brokers. Ihere svere no new develop, mentt. The overage price for middling I 1. 16-nch spot colon advonced 90 points lo 63 4 1 cents o pound Wednesday for the II leading markets, occording to the New York Cotton Exchange. No 2 cotton futures closed U hu higher to $2.75 lower than the previous close. Moy Jul Oct Open High Low Close N.C. 61 85 64 00 61 85 b63 80 170 6061 62 70 60 61 62 60 165 56 55 57 9 56 55 57 85 109 55 30 56 25 55 30 56 20 SO 55 90 56 60 55 90 b56 70 45 b57 0O - 55 b57.50 50 Dec Mar Moy Jul bbid. Metals NEW YORK (AP) Spot nonftrtom matal prictl Wednetdoy: copper 68.15. .69.25 centt a pound, Connecticut Volley; lead 19 21ft cenli o pound; line 34ft-35 centt a pound, delivered; tin 142716- a pound. New York; gold $173.50 per troy ounce, New York; silver $4,640 per troy ounce, New York; quicksilver $290.00 nominal per flask, New York SILVER Apr 458 0b 462 00 434 50 435 00 462 50 464 00 442 50 442.50 465 00 469.50 447 00 447 00 475 00 479 00 457 30 457 30 484 00 486 50 466.00 466 00 488.00 492.00 472.50 472 50 492.00 497.00 47C.50 4 78.50 501 50 501.50 484.50 484 50 502 00 505.00 488.50 488.50 445 00 46 2 50 467 00 477 30 486 00 492.50 498 50 504 50 508.50 May Jun Auo Oct Dec feb Apr Jun WHAT STOCKS DID NEW YOBK (AP) Prev. Today day Advoncet t4 735 Decltnet . yc . t. Unchanged. 429 29 Total ittuet' . 17co 7t FRYER BONELESS CHUCK ARM ROAST, lb 1.09 CHUCK MASrax 95' BONELESS STEAKS S TOP SIRLOIN CUBED ROUND TIP STKS. SPENCERS, lb. ROUND STEAKS ir I05 CHUCK 95( F. STEAK USC lb. . . 50 lb. CASH ORDER 5 lb. Rib Stic., 5 lb. Round Stic., 5 lb. T-Bone, 5 lb. Sirloin Stic., 5 lb. Swiss Steak, 5 lb. Chuck Roast, 5 lb. Ground Beef, 5 lb. Short Ribs, 5 lb. Pork Sausage, 5 lb. Fresh Fryers, 50 lbs. for only If (MOT NfW YORK (API -Soles. doting price ond net change of the fifteen moil active ttockt troded on the NY Stock Exchange Tondy Corp 124.500 2 3ft V. Sony icorp . 123,300 27' - ft MonyMlg In 118,000 6Vi - 4 Southern Co lie, 000 1 54 - Vt Occiden Pet 92,000 lOVt) 4 Ditney W 88,500 45'4 -3'4 Teotgult 88,200 29H -2H Am TeltTel Be.lOO 48 - .V Pedmon Ind 79,200 7 V Pitttton Co - 77,100 34ft IH CNA 76,300 9'4 1 Con Edn , 76.300 l8'i ft Int Nickel V i 76.300 32fj -2! Amloc Inc 71,900 l6' UAL Inc 65,800 264 - V4 FREE Financing on Approved Credit for CHOICE BEEF SIDES Jt? CHOICE BEEF HINDS it3 CHOICE BEEF FORES It? FREEZER BEEF ' 4 months to pay 213 Gold Ave. SW 1 New 1974 hight 21 12 17 New 1974 lows 95 Na

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