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December 13, 1976 PAGK (i HAYS DAILY NEWS Commission To Discover If It Can Pay Its Bills ByFUKDJOHNSON Of The News Staff Ellis County Commissioners will discover Thursday whether the Kansas State Hoard of Tax Appeals will grant the county permission to overspend its 1976 budget. If permission to overspend is not granted, some of the county's creditors may have to wait until after the first of the year to receive payment on bills submitted in 1976, according to Ellis County Attorney Simon Roth Jr. Commissioners notified the Hoard of Tax Appeals in November that the county may have to exceed its budget by $40,000. That bo»rd will determine Thursday whether the commission has a legitimate reason for wanting to exceed the budget. Neither the commissioners nor Roth is willing to make any predictions on the outcome of the hearing. Commissioner Harold Kraus said the hearing appeared to be a routine matter when permission to overspend was requested and granted last year. However, Kraus said he couldn't predict what would happen this year. If permission to exceed the budget is not granted, Roth said, the county would have no choice but to stay within the budget and hold the county's bills until next year. Commissioners said they have enough money to meet the county payroll for the remainder of the year, about $17,000, and possibly enough to pay some of the bills. Ellis County Clerk Richard Schmidt has said the county has the money on hand to cover expenditures for the rest of the year but does not have the budget authority to spend it. Revenues for 1976, he said, have exceeded budgeted expectations. Commissioners have said the hiring of 24-hour jailers for the Ellis County Law Enforcement Center is the major cause of the budget difficulties. The cost of hiring and equipping jailers, about $65,000 a year, was not included in the 1976 budget. Additional county accounts which have been overspent are: courthouse general expense fund; courthouse custodians' commodities account, county commission's capital outlay account, sheriff's department's con- $250,000 Suit Is Upheld In Court Ellis County District Court Judge Steven P. Flood Friday gave full force and credit to an Iowa Court's judgment of $250,000 against Frank C. ESTATE PLANNING: A Financial Art •BUILDING: Assets •PRESERVING: Liquidity •TRANSFERRING Minimizing Taxes •Appraisals •Farm & Commercial Property Management •Administrators For more information contact Financial Planners: R. Edwards Allen L. J. (Bud) Brungardt A* J70TVIn.//U Hay i, Kansai 913-628-3018 ESTATE PLANNING & MANAGEMENT Bonded for your protection Brungardt, Victoria. The judgment was made in favor of McAlester Fuel Company of Johnson County, Iowa. Iowa cotirl records show the original judgment was the result of forecorure action against two Iowa businessmen engaged in the operation of a motel, for whom Brungardt and three other men had signed a guarantee note for $250,000 in the event of default. After the two Iowa men, Dewey C. Waddell and Robert Parrish, defaulted on a mortgage note held by McAlester Fuel Company and sale of the motel failed to satisfy the note, 'action was started against Brungardt, Reuben Dreiling, and Clayton Kjorness, both of California and Lester Wasinger, Colorado. McAlester Fuel Company had received a judgment of $750,000 against Waddell and Parrish but Brungardt, Dreiling, Kjorness and Wasinger signed to guarantee only the first $250,000. Flood said the judgment was joint and several against Brungardt and the three other guarantors. Should the entire judgment be collected from Brungardt, Flood said, he may have a case for action against the other guarantors. CenCor, Inc. 90 MONTH MATURITY 60 MONTH MATURITY •^^ ANNUAL INTEREST ANNUAL INTEREST SUBORDINATED NOTES Tnii •nnounc«m«nt i| ni'irw in ollir to itll nor • igiiciUtion 01 in ollir to Duy Ihm licur<t,«l Tnn olftr il mta* only by In* Proiptclut A Proipeclui, detailing lnter«it piym»nt »nd principal pr«-p«ym»nl options, ll available it: Columbian Securities Corp. 112 West 6th St. Topaka, Kansas 66603 Represented locally by; J. E. Kirkpalrick Resident Phone: (913) 625-3028 #525 Pitts* mtti Pfotptctus ol CwCor, Inc Subordmtita Notts tractual services and capital outlay accounts, and the county health department's commodities, contractual services and capital outlay accounts. Hospital Notes ST. ANTHONY Admissions Mrs. Kenneth Giebler, Hays Angela Clanton, Hays Marcellus Gross, Hays Melvin J. Schmidt, Hays Carol Treu, Hays David Schmidt, Hays Kathryn Ann Ruder, Hays Ralph Gnad, Ellis Baby boy Russell, Garden City William Cody Oliver, Scott City James Meyers, Plainville Rachel Stenzel, Ness City Dismissals Terry Wagner, Hays Lawrence F. Brown, Hays Mrs. Katherine Knoll, Hays Alvin J. Brungardt, Hays Vicki Tittle, Hays Norman Ruder, Hays Mrs. Edward J. Stremel, Hays Milford Kirchhoff, Athol Richy Stoecklein, Ness City Richard Bretton, Phillipsburg Michael Rand, Leadville, Colorado IIADLEY Admission Ruth Boyer, Hays Kathy Carrasco, Hays Russell Dreiling, Hays Laurel Rhoads, Hays Susan Schumacher, Hays John Williams, Hays Rhoda Wittman, Hays Barbara Bicker, Ellis Earl Disney, Ellis Curtis Hutchison, WaKeeney Grace Waudby, Gorham R. Galen McGhghy, Plainville Anthonio Rodriquez, Leoti Layton Arnold, Alton Ethel Nostrand, Phillipsburg Rowetta Calp, Hoisington Ruth Sauer, Palco LeAnn Smith, Smith Center Dismissals Mary Kelleher, Hays Carlyn Murphy, Hays Bertha Flax, Ellis , From The Record Marriage Lincenses Kim A. Miller 23, La Crosse, and Peggy L. Turner, 20, Hays. District Court Prudential Loan and Investment Association, Inc. Hays, vs. Mark R. Bradley, 1112 Cody, Apt. 3, and Sherri Bradley Sherman, Wichita; seeking $1,037 plus interest and costs allegedly owed on promisory note. Farmers State Bank and Trust, Hays, vs. Demas Dinges, Browne!!; seeking $2,683 plus interest and cost allegedly owed under a Frontier Ford account receivable which has been transfered to Farmers State Bank and Trust Co. . Bennett To Attend Stockton Ceremony Governor Robert Bennett will participate in a ribbon cutting ceremony and dedication of Solar Farm Industry's new production plant in Stockton Wednesday. A ground breaking for Stockton's new Mid-America Equipment Inc. plant is also scheduled during the Governor's visit. Governor Bennett will be accompanied by Congressman Keith Sebelius and State Representative Neil Arasmith of Phillipsburg. Marian Fabrizius, WaKeeney William Keas, Plainville Velma Mayhew, Plainville Fannie Cooley, Stockton R. Lee Samuels, Stockton Dennis Brown, Russell Ralph Rogers, Palco Rhonda Vogel, Prairie View John McRae, Penokee J.C. Pennybaker, Zurich Rita Sinclair, Dorrance Dan Bursch, Goodland Victoria Donills, Goodland Ed Ciempa, Ransom Barbara Miller, Norcatur Jessie Haug, Utica Wilbert Brewster, Norton Viva Hutchens, Hendley, Nebraska DEATHS Pearl M. Luck HILL CITY — Pearl M. Luck. 79, died Saturday at WaKeeney Manor, WaKeeney. She was a retired elementary school teacher. Survivors include two sons, Arthur N'. Huey, Manhattan, and George E. Huey, Bogue; two sisters, Mrs. Mabel Riffell, Stockton, and Mrs. Velma Bartlett, Osborne; nine grandchilden, and three great- grandchildren. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at Spencer Chapel, Hill City. The Rev. James W. Graves' will officiate. Burial will be in the Wild Horse Cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel after 1 p.m. Monday. Wesley Foulke RUSSELL — Wesley Foulke, 56, Luray, died Saturday at the Russell Hospital. He is survived by: his wife, Catherine, of the home; one son, Richard, Luray; two daughters: Mrs. Patricia Nichols, Nederland, Texas; Miss Judith Foulke, Scott City; his mother, Mrs. Annie Foulke, Ala Fern- Nursing Home in Russell; one brother, Robert, luka, Mississippi; four sisters; Mrs. Esther Munsell, Hays; Mrs. Lorraine Hill, Salina; Mrs. Emma Edwards, McPherson; Mrs. Erma House, Scott City; eight grandchildren. Funeral will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Chapel of Pohlman Mortuary in Russell with the Rev. Nugent officiating. Message To America NEW YORK (UPI) Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin says the United States and Israel have a similar heritage and he could not "conceive of a time when we shall ever fall out." Rabin, in a "Message to America" published in this week's edition of Time magazine, said the two countries are built on the same set of values and ideas whose main source is the Bible. Both countries have an immigrant tradition, Rabin said, and "the heritage of history we share and the tradition of government and law to which this heritage gave birth inexorably endow our two nations with the same fundamental aspirations for ourselves and the world. CB Radios Top List Of Targets Citizens band radios appear to be holding on to the top spot on thieves' most-wanted lists. Hays police received reports of two weekend CB thefts. Roger Click, Fort Hays Trailer Court, lot 14, told police a CB was removed from his car while it was parked at Penney's employee parking lot between 1-6 p.m. Sunday. Entry to the car was gained by breaking the left vent window. Value of the radio and damage to the auto were estimated at $100. Tom Shirk, Ellis, said a CB was stolen from his car while it was parked at the Mall between 10 p.m. Saturday and 1:45 a.m. Sunday. A coat hanger was apparently used to open Shirk's auto. The radio was valued at $200. In other weekend action, Hays police picked up a man wanted in Orem, Utah, for parole violations. Daniel Earl Ellis, Countryside West, was stopped early Sunday morning for speeding. A check with the National Crime Information Center revealed Ellis was wanted in Utah. Ellis is currently in the'Ellis County Jail. Stock Quotations (AS OF 1 P.M., HAYS TIMI) NEW YORK (UPlI - CntlGroup 2 8 137 33 : '»+ ',» Selected stocks on the New ConllOII 1.20 9 453 38'»- '4 York Stock Exchange. Contrl Data 9 276 24'«- '* Sales Net CornG 1.52a 17 78 73"4 + l'a P-Elhdsi LastChg. CPC Int 2.30 9 34 48(+ ». A A Crane CI.2Q S 100 26»» ... Adrsgr ,IOd 16 985 124 + ••>« CrownZ 1.80 1) 103 44wl- 1 AetnaLf 1.20 9 272 35' 4- '4 curtlssW .60 10 87 16" .1+ "B Alcan Al .40 49 219 21',+ "„ 1> D AllgLud 1.92 6 X8 37*B Dart In .80g 8 64 36'j + l AllidChl.80 8 125 384- '» DayPLt 1.66 10 88 19'4 ... AlllsCha .90 6 137 25' 4+ 'i Deere 1.10 8 383 31V- '4 Alcoa 1.4017 44 54> H + 'B DetEdls 1.45 10 302 14'4 ... AMAX 1,7513 44 54>B Diebold .44 9 36 I2'4+ 'B Arnrdll .60g 8 291 28"i + '» Dillon I.Wg 12 38 30Vf '4 Am Airlines 8 320 134+ V, Disney ,18g 19 290 46'n— '« ABrand 2.80 10 109 43' H DrPeppr .44 19 51 15 AmBrdcst 1 16 150 39 — •'» DowChem 1 12 993 40 — '» AmCan 2.40 7 73 .16', . Dresser .8011 597 44' 4+ 4 AmCyan 14 9 174 26'«-'i Duke P 1.60 9 249 22Vf 'M AEIPwr 2.06 10 586 U244 + '« DuPont 5'4d 13 197 132'n + l'n Am Home 1 17 613 29'»- :I B DuqneL 1.72 9 123 20 Am Motors 464 4 . . E K AmNaR 2.64 AmStnd 1.30 . AmT&T 3.80 AMF In 1.24 Anacnda .60 ArmcoS 1.80 ArmsCork 1 AllRich 1.60 Uah Wil 1.20 Bnngor Pn Heal Fds .84 Beckmn .32 Bell Hwl .84 Bcndix Cp 2 Beth Steel 2 8 63 7 125 11 2806 10 352 150 9 211 10 497 12 279 -n it — 7 145 4 25 14 306 18 85 10 45 9 69 8 440 Black&D .40 21 222 BoeingCo la UoisoCas .80 Bordcn 1.40 Borg W 1.60 Bost Ed 2.44 BriggsSt .92 BrisMy I.BO BritPct .34d Brunswk .50 Bucyrus .64 BuddCo 1.20 Bunk Ramo Burl No 1.60 11 112 II X360 <J 111 7 63 10 47 16 17 14 201 16 245 8 267 13 133 5 40 .. 164 6 321 Burrghs .68 20 523 Camp S 1.48 CanPac .83d CarricrC .64 CatplTr 1.50 C B S 2 Cclanse 2.80 Certn Te .65 Cessna 1.20 Champlntl 1 ChmpSP .68 ChaseM 2.20 ChmNY 2.88 Chessie 2.32 Chryslr ,30d (,'in Gas 1 .64 Citicorp .96 Cit Scrv 2.80 City Inv .66 Clev El 2.56 CocaCol 2.65 Colgate .88 Col Gas 2.14 CmwEd 2.40 Comm Sat 1 Congolm .50 ConsEd 1.60 Consm Pw 2 -c- r — 12 427 6 79 13 155 11 347 10 147 8 169 9 58 8 19 U X136 9 171 11 190 6 380 7 87 6 321 15 572 11 575 8 152 11 160 10 57 17 286 14 311 9 B3 10 316 8 533 9 57 5 267 7 581 41 : '.i 30 p04 + 20' B + 29:'. . Eastern Air 69 243 EastK 1.60a 22 401 "•B EatonCorp 2 9 35 i ElPasC 1.10 7 170 i Ensrch 1.72 10 106 Ethyl C 1.60 6 20 25 : '.i-l'B Exxon 1.40d 91702 58'B- « F F — FairCam .80 32 72 uB'B- 'B U84V- 'B p42'n ... I3'B- 'B 28'B+ '4 434- '4 53 + : 'B p42 :t 4 — '4 W,,- I B FefroC 1.25 8 14" 323082 H'B + 28' B— „ firstne 1.10 14 500 « Fllntkot 1.16 11 75 28 + 'B FlaPCp 2.28 8 150 J(J7 M 424 + 4 FordMo3.20 6 274 , ForMcKes 1 7 103 B FrcptM 1.60 13 31 I9 J B + "B Fruehuf 1.80 7 63 44 :1 B— 3Hi . 32' 425'" + 31 V- 66 7 B + I2-"'B 15 ;l l + 26' i + I9 :I B + 7'.+ 46 + 86-' i- 1 37-' ,+ U15»B + 18" 4 + 53'»- p58 + 48-',- 21 :I B — 30 :I M— 26-' 4— 12' 2 + 29 39'. , p404 + 18',22' 4 + B O <• Gam Sk 1.40 5 42 „ GannettCo 1 19 x!35 „ Gen Dynam 6 144 B Gn Elec 1.80 14 571 4 GnFood 1.50 9 202 B GenMills .76 16 267 . GnMot5.55d 81469 i G PubU 1.68 10 211 B G T E 2 10 617 » GTire l.iog 6 147 « Ga Pac .80g 16 522 B Gerbcr 1.30 8 21 B GettyO 24d 14 205 Gillette 1.50 10 342 2 Goodric 1.12 .. 614 i Goodyr 1.10 10 303 B GraceW 1.70 9 232 « Grand Un 1 6 5 i Great A&P 25 194 K GrnGia 1.08 16 29 « Gryhd 1.04a 8 323 4 Grummn .80 4 17 B Gulf Oil llBO~72102 i Glf&Wst .60 4 1848 11 II — .HamPa 1.30 7 13 i HarrisC 1.60 12 16 2 Hercules 1 15 242 •i HershF 1.12 6 144 32 a B- :1 » Hewitt P .30 27 85 p574- • 13',— C324 + U76 26' s . U28'» + 31 7 B — 33'4 + 15 : 'i— g!9', X214 + B HiltonHo .92 5 99 B Hoerner .90 9 10 i Hoi Inns .40 12 630 Homslak la 19 201 . Honywl 1.60 9 268 B HousLP 1.76 8 352 « Howard J .28 10 329 •J | | 4 1C Ind 1.40 6 59 Idaho P 2.16 10 79 » 111 Pwr 2.20 10 68 23"4 . . . p22 — 'B 30'4- '4 57'B— 4 14' H + I H 29 - >4 25:'4- C 4 22' H ... 40 : '4+ :1 B 52 ]1 n — : 'B 53 — '4 U32 — 'B 34'4- '2 74" 2+ ;1 4 g!9 — '4 30 ;t t + '4 U25*B — '4 374+ '4 p24"4— '4 193' 2- 'B U26'4— 'a 27 — '.i 22 ; >4— '» 27"*+ '» 16' »+ : 'B I2'B ... 17'4+ '2 14«4 + 'B 17-V . . . 29 + '4 18 23",+ 'H 55'B . . . 254+ 'B 21 + : 'B b88 — "4 21 - 4 22 13 — "B 37 — '« 46-V- "« 32' 4— '» 12 rt ,+ '» 20' »+ '» 29 27'B+ '» INA Cp 110 12 110 IncoLl 1.40A 13 168 Ing Rnd 2.68 11 171 InFndStl 2.60 11 48 Ira cop .sod . . 60 IBM Corp 9 18 460 IntHarv 1.85 5 155 Intl Paper i! 11 438 Int T&f 1.76 B 964 nek Corprln 32 Si Jantzen .80 6 6 JeffPllot .80 11 36 JohnMv 1.40 12 262 John&Jhn 1 21 432 JoyMfg 1.30 12 183 K K— KaisrAI 1.20 9 43 KanCSo.37e 6 9 KanGE 1.76 7 21 KanPU 1.60 8 31 Kencott .60d 37 915 KeMcG 1.25 14 151 KimbCl 1.80 8 181 K L M Airl 5 I Knight R .62 14 17 Krafttn 2.12 9 97 Kresge .32 21 720 Kroger 1.44 8 39 1, I, — LearSleg.50 9 154 LehiPtCm 1 13 9 Lehmn .94d . . 209 L 0 F l.SOa 8 109 LiggGrp24 8 36 Litton Corp 27 266 Lockheed 3 110 LoewCp 1.20 6 144 LTV Corp 6 123 LuckyS .68g 13 71 LuknStl 1.60 6 5 M M — Macy 1.30 8 183 Man Hn 1.80 8 86 MarMldl .80 . . 662 MarshF 1.24 12 46 Mart M 1.40 8 97 May DS 1.12 11 139 Maytg 1 ' 28 14 87 McDonD .44 7 183 Mead Cp .92 6 120 Merck 14 20 352 MM&M 1.45 21 601 Mobil 3.80 7 447 Mohasco .90 8 44 Monsan 2.80 8 206 MorganJP 2 12 85 Motorola .70 20 92 MtStTcl 1.68 10 31 MurpCo 1.20 7 23 N N — Nabisco 2.40 10 75 NatAirln .50 51 x!7 NtlDistl 1.40 6 82 Nil Gyp 1.05 11 101 Nat Stl 2' a a 10 71 NCR Cp .72 13 X391 Nev Pw 1.60 6 39 NlagMo 1.24 9 170 NLIndu 1.20 8 270 NorfkW 1.76 8 615 NoNtGs 2.08 7 210 NwBan 1.80 U 61 NortnSi .60g 10 162 — -O O — OccidnPet 1 12 1012 Ohio Ed 1.70 10 128 OklaGE 1.44 11 1128 OutbdM 1.40 8 134 OwenCrFb I 14 227 Owenlll 1.88 8 224 P P — 45'n . . . 29' 4+ '4 48'4+ l < 254 + 4 270:i4- 14 U31'» ... 874 + 1', p'16'2 .•• 174- '» 31V- 'B 34"4 ... 73»B + '4 464 + 'B p32",+ 'B 27 21 + IB 19',- 'B 26'4 ... 69V- 'B C41VI- 4 384 + '4 394+ 4 454+ '« g42"4- '» 24 :I B . . . 134 ... 17'B . . . 12'H ... 35 7 H+ '4 32'" t B — ' B I4'4 ... p8 n B — 'B 334+ "» 12' 4— 'K 14 :I 4 — 'H 25:'.— '4 34'4 ... 384— 'B 10' B+ "B 20 rl « . . . p25 5 B B 34' 4— 'l 354 ... p234 — 4 19 :I B+ 'B 65 — 'B 55 : '.|+ 'B 62'4+ :1 4 20' B+ : 'B 83 7 B- 'B 56*B — 1 B 51 '2+ '» 25'»+ : 'B 17', ... 47' <k d+ 'a 12"4+ '4 24'B ... 17'4 ... p45 ;l 4 . . . 36'4+ '4 24 + 4 14 :I 4 ... 19 - 4 32 :1 B+ 'B 474 ... 53 ;I 4+ 'B 20'4— 'B 21 ;1 4— 'B 204 20 26' B— IB 63»4+ 4 54 :1 B+ '4 PacGas 1.88 9x510 Pac Llg 1.68 8 86 PacTT 1.40 9 132 Pan Am Air 4 321 Panhnd 2.30 9 149 Penney 1.28 15 279 PennPL 1.80 9 92 Pennzol 1.40 9 203 Peopl G 3.40 7 X122 PepsiCo 2 15 71 Pfizer In .88 13 347 Phelp D 2.20 14 305 PhllaEI 1.64 10 335 Phil Mo 1.30 15 399 PhilPet 1.80 12 292 Plllsbry 1.16 12 81 Polaroid .50 17 431 PPOInd 2.20 8 103 ProcGa 2.20 18 171 PuSCol 1.46 10 111 PSE4G 1.80 9 181 PurexC 1.08 10 393 Purlalr 1.12 9 97 Ralston 1.20 Rapid Amer RCA Corp 1 Rep Stl 1.60 Revlon .90 Rey Ind 3.28 ReynMt 1.20 RochG 1.28g Rockwllln 2 RohmH 1.28 RoyalCC .80 RoylD 3.58d SafwStr 2.20 StRegis 1.64 ScheringP 1 SCM Cp .80 ScottPap .76 Seagram .86 Sears l.60a ShellUilCo 3 SlgnalC 1.10 SimnsC .88a Singer .I0d Smithkline 2 SCalEd 1.68 SouthCo 1.46 SoPacif 2.24 So Rail 2.32 Sp Rand .92 SquarD 1.1.0 St Brnd 1.28 StdOCal 2.20 StOlInd 2.30 StOilOh 1.36 SterlDrg .70 StewWn 1.% StudeW 1.32 Sun Comp 2 Sup Oil 1.80 Teledyne 3i Teneco 1.88 Texaco 2 TexECp 1.85 Tex Instr 1 TcxUtil 1.32 Textron 1.20 Timkn 2.20a TraneC 1.08 Transam .66 Trans W Air TriCon 1.30d TRW In 1.40 UALInc .60a UnCarb 2.50 -K 15 13 8 17 9 8 9 9 18 9 6 -S 10 8 15 6 9 9 18 7 10 11 17 7 R— 203 ..40 346 89 107 178 138 26 111 99 41 380 'l82 109 237 87 435 27 320 242 161 66 191 97 319 10 1782 8 9 10 15 15 B 9 24 11 8 5 6 21 -T 7 8 106 31 163 275 126 572 329 138 379 32 32 428 22 T 133 587 92259 8 28 10 9 9 10 10 9 -L' 9' 122 139 802 125 44 227 635 310 150 371 U — 128 684 MV- 'i S4»4- '4 21V- '1 32VH '» 46V- '* 28 - '4 17'*— 'n 62''4- "B D63'*+ : 'B 41'*+ '4 38V- 4 544- '4 C92'4-l'2 18"4+ '» 25'B ... - 53' 4+ ''M 5 + 'B 26^ . • • 30 :I 4 — :I B 41-'4+ 'B X63 B + ' 4 36' B+ 'B 19 + 'B 31 :1 4 . . • 45' 4 ... 17 — "B 48-V- 'a 46 5 B+ 'B 36 ;t B . . 43 — r 'B 21V- 'B W'B+ '4 20' j— «« U69 :I 4 . . 78VH'B 22'-j+ 'B 1C ; B+ : 'B 19' 4+ 4 78-V- I ;I B 22--B . . . g!6'4+ '4 344+ 'B g58V- : 'B 4^: >H ^- :I M 27U+ '4 b28' H . . . 38' .— ;I B U56'« ... U79-^B . . . pl6'4 ... 34*''B+1 1 4 40 — '.i 43-Vf : 'B 234 —2 70'''4-1 36'B+ 'B g27',+ »M 37'B+ 4 1054+ '4 21 - '4 g27 ; ' B - :l » 51 + 4 354- :I B 14'4+ 'B pll's . 20 ;I B+ 4 35 :I 4— 5 B 26' B- •'» 58-B+ » 4 1 ^ UnOCal 2.10 8 382 57 Un Pac 3.40 13 155 100 — <4 Unlroyal .60 114378 xB' B ... UtdCpn .87d .. 50 94, ... US Gyp 1.60 12 140 26"» ... USSleel 2.20 9 367 494+ 'H USTobco la 12 42 26' B + "« UtdTec 1.20 8 289 p37 :1 »— •''» Upjohn 1.08 14 188 37 UtahPL3.12 9 132 43N + 1 V V Vnrian .28 11 139 14' B— '* VaElec 1.24 9 352 g!5»,+ '» W W Walgrn 1.10 7 -30 16-V- '4 Warn Lam 1 14 343 30'B- :l « WaWat 1.76 8 34 25 + 'B WsBaric 1.40 8 67 p294 ... WUnlon 1.40 10 239 p!9'4+ "B WeslhEl .97 7 934 p!64+ '4 WhlgPitt Stl 18 24 18 ... Whrlpool .80 12 272 28 a .... WhiteCns la 7 287 x26» — : 'B White Motor . 183 5» . Wlckes .IBe 12 178 14' ... WinnDx 1.58 14 81 43 :1 ... Woolwh 1.20 7 179 24' ... XYZ Xerox 1.20 13 579 57's+ :I 4 ZaleCorp .88 6 141 14", Zayre Corp 5 27 7"4— '» ZenithRad 1 15 354 28' i- "B NEW YORK (UPIl- Following are nationwide conrposHe prices for selected stocks listed on the American Stock Exchange. Sales Net P-E (hdsi LastChg. AdobcOil .16 19 55 13 + '4 APetrof 2.20 8 3 32 + '4 Augat In .15 15 1 144.— '4 Austral Oil 19 6 15 + 'B Banistr .20d 4 22 8"i+ 'B Brad H .10d 5 75 84+ '4 Brascan Ig 3 335 ll» M . .. Brewer .60h . . 29 9', . . . Cal Comptr . 32 4'i ... Carb In .80a 13 24 38-'»+ ; 'B Carntn 1.40a 15 14 78 : 'i ... Champ Hm . 136 4 + 'B Circle K .60 7 47 9' » ... CrwnCn ,60e 5 123. 31»4 + 1»« DayMn .20d 21 38 7-'B . . . Dixilyn .40d 4 15 9 + 'B Dome Petro 8 82 37Vf A B Falcon S .60 8 92 324+ 'B Felmnt .12d 17 8 15 : 'i ... FisherPt 5i 6 24 14',+ '4 Flyng Diam 6 30 18' B . .. Ford Can 5a 5 i20 83 Fronlier Air 5 21 S'B— 'B GianlYI .I0h 53 7' i— '4 GrILkCh .28 14 28 34Vf 'B HoustnO .80 32 1190 43>B— : 'B HuskyOI .80 6 30 19 Kaiserln .26 8 91 134+ 'B Lee Ent .52 10 3 18 : '»+ "« Lee Natl Cp .. 19 l»i ... l.oewsTh wl . 56 7 ; '»— '« McCullch 01 24 154 3^ . . OOkep»99d 58Z1000 31' i— '4 PacNW 1.32 9 9 19',- "B HemAr .80a 7 8 13'»+ ', HcscCott .08 17 110 19',+ 'B Solitron Dev 54 24+ '4 Soundsin Cp .. 85 14 + 'B STP Cp .80 10 31 H'B— : '» Synlex .50g 10 308 21-' i USFilter .24 8 316 12 :I 4— '» WyoBnc .56 7 13 11 ~x Stock Review C KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK X DODGE CITY LIVESTOCK NEW YORK (UPI) —Profit takers cashed in on recent bluechips gains Monday prices struggled for direction in active trading on the New York Stock Exchange. Oil price uncertainty was a factor in the market's action. The Dow Jones industrial average, which climbed 22.60 points last week, was off 0.16 to 97v99 shortly before 1:15 p.m. EST. The blue-chip average had been ahead about two- points at the outset, following a 2.41 gain Friday. The NYSE common stock index was off 0.06 to 56.27 and the average price of a common share was down four cents. Advances, however, led declines, 727 to 615, among the 1,831 issues crossing the tape. The 489 unchanged issues reflected considerable investor uncertainty. The three-hour turnover amounted to about 13,330,000 shares, compared with 15,290,000 traded during- the same period Friday. Observers said the profif taking pressures were normal in light of recent gains. They noted that with last week's gain, the Dow average had climbed 49.11 points from a Nov. 4 low of 924.04. Some investors may stay on the sidelines this week to await the outcome of the meetin in Qatar of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries. The oil cartel has vowed to raise prices, but the amount of the increase is what Wall Street and the rest of the industrialized world is waiting for. American Telephone & Telegraph led the Big Board active list, up y B to 64Vfe on 177,500 shares. Gulf Oil followed, unchanged at 28% KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI) — Livestock: Hogs 3000; barrows & gilts 25-50 lower in moderate trading; instances 1.00 lower over 280 Ib; U.S. 1-3 200-250 Ib 38.25-38.75; near 110 head 205220 Ib 39.00; U.S. 2-3 230-260 Ib 37.75-38.25; 260-280 Ib 36.0037.50; 275-295 Ib 35.00-36.50; 310-330 Ib 33.00-34.00; sows under 500 Ib 50 lower; over 500 Ib 50-1.00 lower; U.S. 1-3 325500 Ib 27.50-28.50; 500-600 Ib 28.50-29.00; boars over 250 Ib 18.00-20.00; 180-240 Ib 23.0025.00. Sheep 150; steady; wooled slaughter lambs choice & Allied Supermarket 3 including prime 95-105 Ib 42.50- on 149,600 shares. Texaco was third, up >/ 8 to 27 on 142,900 shares. Gold mining issues were under selling pressure as bullion prices headed sharply lower' on foreign exchanges. Textron was off V 4 . The firm lost out to a Summa Corp. unit in the bidding on a, government contract for an Army helicopter. (Following stocks courtesy of Darrell n. Seibel, Edward D. Jones Co.) DODGE CITY, Kan. (UPI) — Trade quiet. Not enough slaughter steer or heifer sales confirmed for an adequate market test, few steers steady to 50 lower than last week's best time. Inquiry limited, demand light; sales confirmed on 800 slaughter steers & 200 slaughter heifers late Friday through early Monday. Slaughter steers few choice 2-4 mostly 3's 1075-1225 Ib 40.50-41.00. C KANSAS CITY GRAINS Baxter 38% Hesston .' 8% United Telecomn 18% Dillons 30% EliLilly 46'/ 4 Boogaarts 12% Syntex 21% Clorox 13V4 Pizza Hut 26% Halliburton 64% Intl Multifoods Wb Skaggs 23te Live Beef Cattle Dec, 40.47 D .28 Feb 39.97 D .48 April 39.32 D .30 June 41.67 U .12 Aug ' 42.30 U .10 Oct 42.80 U .10 Dec 43.10 Feeder Cattle March 40.15 April 40.40 D .15 May 40.60 D .15 Aug 41.30 U .10 Sept 41.50 Hog Prices Dec 37.10 U .05 Feb 33.82 D .13 April 31.20 D .27 June 32.72 D .38 July 33.37 Aug 32.60 44.50; 129 Ib 39.50; shorn slaughter lambs choice & prime 105 Ib No. 1 & fall shorn pelts 43.50-45.50; slaughter ewes utility & good 9.00-12.00; cull 6.00-9.00. Cattle 1200; trading active; compared to last Monday slaughter steers & heifers firm to mostly 50 higher; compared to last week's close slaughter cows 1.00-1.50 higher; slaughter bulls fully 1.00 higher; feeder classes consigned for later auction; slaughter steers choice 2-4 9501200 Ib 38.00-39.50; 2 loads average & high choice 3-412751367 Ib 38.00; mixed good & choice 2-3 950-1250 Ib 37.0037.50; slaughter heifers load choice & prime 2-4 970 Ib 39.25; choice 2-4 800-1000 Ib 37.0038.50; good & low choice 2-4 750-1000 Ib 34.00-36.50; slaughter cows utility & few commercial 20.00-23.00; high dressing 23.50-24.00; canner & cutter 15.00-20.00. slaughter b,j yield grade 1-2 26.00-30.00. Tuesday's advance estimates: Cattle 1,200; hogs 2,700; sheep 125. KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI) — Wheat futures closed IVi- 1% cents higher Monday on the board of trade. The prices: Dec. 2.64%, up 1%; March 2.72%, up IVf, May 2.78%, up 1%; July 2.81 y 2 , up 1V 2 ; Sept. 2.86%, up 1%. Sorghum futures were inactive. The prices: Dec. 2.24, March 2.33, May 2.23, July 2.27 Cash grain: Wheat 132 cars; hard and soft 11/4 higher; No 2 hard 2.72%; No 1 soft 2.63% nominal. Corn 93 cars; white unchanged, yellow 1 lower; No 2 white 2.75 nominal; No 2 yellow 2.46-2.48%; No 3 yellow 2.48%-2.48%; No 4 yellow 2.45%-2.46%; No 5 yellow 2.44%. Sorghum 91 cars; 2 higher; No 2 yellow 3.79 nominal; No 3 yellow 3.81; No 1 yellow 4.36 (gulf), Soybeans 20 cars; i5 lower; No l yellow 6.70% nominal. C KANSAS CITY PRdDUCE subject to (Grain prices change.) Local cash wheat: $2.23 Local cash milo: $3.20 Local cash corn: $2.20 c Policeman's Court Hearing Date Set Metal Prices NEW YORK l UPI l - Metal prices Monday: Aluminum, primary. 99.5 per cent plus, pure SO Ib. ingot 48.00 c Ib. Copper, electrolytic, delivered U.S. 65.625 clb. Lead, Common, U.S. Primary Producers 25.50-26.00 c Ib.; U.S. Non- Primary l Secondary > Producers 26.00 c Ib. Tin, N.Y. Am Met Mkt Alloyer price 420.25 clb. Zinc, prime western. U.S. 377.00 c Ib. KANSAS CITY, Mp. (UPI) — Eggs consumer Grade A large 67-82, medium 63-80, small 47-69, B large not enough for test. j Hens ice-packed broilers and fryers 34.25-35.25 for this week's delivery. f Averages j RUSSELL — The preliminary hearing for a Russell policeman charged with firing a shotgun at his patrol car has been continued to 2 p.m. Dec. 17. Floyd Johnson, 24, a member of the police force about one year, was attested Dec. 1 and charged with damaging city property and filing a false crime report. his police cruiser, damaging the windshield and red light. He was arrested for the crime after lab reports indicated his police-issued shotgun had been recently fired. The shell casing was found near the scene. Johnson's preliminary hearing had been scheduled for Dec. 10 but it was continued because his court- While on night patrol Nov. 30 appointed attorney, Marvin he'radioed his dispatcher and Thompson, Russell, was out of reported that someone shot at town. London Morning fixing 136.00 down 1.65. Afternoon fixing \35.40 down 2.25. Paris l free market 1134.58 down 1.02. Frankfurt 136.30 up 0.02. Zurich 136.15downl.47D. < New York Handy and Harman, 135.75 down 1.90. Engelhard, base price for refining settling and unfabricated gold 135.90 down 2.25 per troy ounce. Selling price fabricated gold 139.30 down 2.30 per troy ounce. NEW YORK (UPI) - Handy and Harman Monday quoted silver at ft 325 per fine ounce down 17.5 cents. tngemard quolea a silver base price of $4.325 down 17.5 cents and a price for fabricated silver of M.433 down 17.7 cents. Dow Jones 2 p.m. Averages and 30 Indust 974.15 up 1.00, 20 Transp 230.39 off 0.49 15 Utils 105.35 Off 0.35 ! 65 Stocks 315.93 off 0.15 Wes tamer ico Financial Corp. INVESTMENTS INSURANCE FINANCIAL PLANNING DAVID M. KING, CFP Pint National Bank Bldg. 62S-7393

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