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December 20, 1976 PACK 12 HAYS DAILY NKWS Confucius' Remark Draws Libbers' Ire HOUSTON (UPI) - One day back in 473 B.C., Confucius said, "Men have their respective occupations and women their homes," apparently without taking much abuse. But things are different now, and the remark preserved in bronze threatens to keep his statue — a bicentennial gift from the Republic of China — from prominent display around City Hall. "I thought Confucius had been buried," said Nikki Van Hightowcr, a women's advocate, when told Parks Director George Lanier hopes to display the four-foot bronze image bearing the quotation in his new office. Her complaints aftdr a July 4 presentation were followed by removal of the statue from the mayor's reception area to a spot under a table in storage. The controversial phrase is part of a lengthy definition of "the great harmony" printed in English and Chinese on the statue Lanier says is "handsome." "When the great principle prevails," Confucius is quoted as saying, "the world is a commonwealth . . . Mutual confidence is promoted . . . Men have their respective occupations and women their homes" and so forth. "My feeling is that it's a sexist statement and in a city where we're encouraging equal employment opportunity, supposedly, we DEATHS Regina Gerber PLAINVILLE — Mrs. Regina Gerber, 57, died Friday morning in Plainville Rural Hospital. Services will be 10 a.m. Tuesday in Sacred Heart Church, Plainville. Burial will be in the Sacred Heart Cemetery. There will be a rosary serv\cea\.V.30 p.m. Monday at the Knights of Columbus Hall. Survivors include four daughters: Mrs. Sandra Dreiling, Burrton; Sherrie Gerber, Denver, Colorado; Mrs. Sharyl Consiglio, St. Louis, Missouri, and Susan Gerber, of the home; three brothers: Alfred A. Ruder, Hays; Edward Ruder, Munjor, and Albert Ruder, LaCrosse; two sisters: Josephine Ruder, Chicago, Illinois, and Mrs. Flora Zimmerman, Colwich, and six grandchildren. W. A. Margrave PLAINVILLE - W.A. (Al) Margrave, 56, died Sunday at Plainville Rural Hospital. He was the high school superintendent. Survivors include his wife, Tiny, of the home; a son, Mike, of the home; a daughter, Mary, Hays, and a brother, Jack Hargrave, Hays. Services will be 1 p.m. Tuesday at the United Methodist Church, Plainville, Graveside services will be 4:30 p.m. at Gypsum Hills Cemetery, Salina. Friends may call at Mosher's Funeral Home until the time of service. ESTATE PLANNING: A Financial Art •BUILDING: Assets . •PRESERVING: Liquidity •TRANSFERRING Minimizing Taxts •Appraisals •Farm & Commercial Property Management •Administrators For more Information contact Financial Planners: R. Edwards Alltn L. J. (iyd) Bronfardt 2707 Via* #11 Hull, KWMW 9U4M-MII ESTATE PLANNING « MANAGEMENT Bonded for your protection Confucius Says... A statue of Confucius given lo the city of Houston by the Republic of China has not been put on display at City Hall yet because women's advocates object to quotation on plaque, "Men have their respective occupations and women their homes." City parks director George Lanier, who wants it displayed, observes. (UPI Photo) should not have such statements out and around in a public place," said Dr. Van Hightower. She argues the statue belongs in a museum, not "in a place of employment like the city." Lanier demurs. "We think it's a nice statue. We think it's appropriate as a gift to the City of Houston. And we want to provide a prominent location for it. The phrase in question is a minor part of a historical quotation." He has asked the Municipal Arts Commission, which decides such things, for permission to display the piece. Officials at the Taiwan consulate are politely sitting out the controversy. "We didn't get any reaction from nine other cities," George Tuan, vice consul, said. "In our country, women and men are.equal from early times." Different Age Levels For Beer Buying Struck WASHINGTON IU.P1 .).— The Supreme'CdUrt riile'd 7 to 2 Monday that a state court cannot set different legal age Two Injured In Accidents Two persons suffered minor injuries in separate auto accidents over the weekend, according to the Ellis County Sheriff's office. Michael Schauvliege, Russell, received cuts and bruises after he lost control of his 1966 pickup near Victoria Saturday night. The truck went into the ditch and struck a culvert, according to the sheriff's report. Damage to the truck was estimated at more than $200. Corinne M. Urban, Victoria, suffered a cut lip when the car she was driving rammed into the back of a car driven by Richard L. Cooper, Rt. 1, just east of Hays on Highway 40. According to the accident report, Cooper had stopped on the highway to await passing traffic before making a left turn. Mrs. Urban and Cooper both reported a car coming toward them had its bright headlights on, and she said that is why she did not see the Cooper Car. She was cited for failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident. Damage to the Urban 1962 model car was set at about $200, as was damage to Cooper's 1966 auto. of levels for the .purchase beer by men and women. Issuing the ruling in an Oklahoma case, Justice William J. Brennan Jr. said previous cases have established that classifications by gender "must serve important governmental objectives and must be substantially related to achievement of those objectives." He found no such appropriate goal in Oklahoma's law, which lets girls buy 3.2 per cent beer as soon as they are 18, while making males wait until age 21. Chief Justice Warren E. Burger and Justice William H. Rehnquist dissented. Oklahoma had advanced traffic arrest statistics and other data to support its statute but Brennan foujid them "a weak answer" to the claim that the state is denying males the "equal protection of the laws" guaranteed in the 14th Amendment to the Constitution." "Proving broad sociological propositions by statistics is a dubious business," the majority ruled. Brennan noted that the law prohibits only the selling of beer to young males and not the drinking of it once acquired — "even after purchase by their 18-20-year- old female companions." Brennan also rejected the argument that the 21st Amendment to the Constitution, which repealed the federal prohibition of liquor sales, gives force to the Oklahoma practice. f Hospital Notes J ST. ANTHONY Admissions Larry Eberle, Hays Mary Cook Hays Charley Munsch, Hays Marvin J. Werth, Hays Melvin G. Koerner, Hays Mrs. Steve Rohleder, Hays John Dunn, Oberlin Sandra Riggs, Quinter Alex Dumlcr, Oakley David Hardy, McDonald Irvin Earl, Woodston Dismissals Robert Budke, Hays Mrs. Edmund Gabel, Hays Radel Pedersen, Hays Mrs. Linda Lefurgey, Hays Mark Hammerschmidt, Hays Mrs. Effie Hissing, Hays Alvin Dinges, Hays Alfred Kuhn, Victoria Mrs. Margaret Braun, Victoria Ida Conyac, Damar Wilburn Brownfield, Phillipsbure Jeanette Gottschalk, Ellis Stanley Dome, Bison Mrs. Hattie Beckley, Stockton Randy Olson, Stockton James Meyers, Plainville Mrs. Kim Stafford and baby boy, Russell Lloyd Archer, Kirwin Bernadine Kaiser, Quinter Ashley Pavlu, Brownell Tad Hardy, Scott City HADLEY Admissions Norma J. Arnhold, Hays Alice F. Bessley, Hays Don R. Bloss, Hays Katie Freitag, Hays Linda R. Knight, Hays Camron L. Patten, Hays Mike C. Schzuvliege, Hays Elizabeth M. McCafl, WaKeeney Joe Armbrister, Zurich Albert F. Smith, Studley Dismissals George W. Binder, Hays Ruth Boyer, Hays David Brewer, Hays Cheryl Ann Jeter, Hays Bill R. Longpine, Hays Edna Tichenor, Hays Sharon Gerber, Ellis Ruth J. Sauer, Palco Sharon K. Werth, WaKeeney Herbert D. Zordel, WaKeeney . Seth Frick, Bazine John G. Green, Russell Dennis Hicks, Stockton Jack Belmont Berkley, Stockton Charlotte A. Barnett, Phillipsburg Tom Case, Colby Kevin. ,P«, Esslinger, ...Norton. Max Dudley LaRosh, Natoma Patricia Martin, Phillipsburg Anthony Weber, Grainfield Layton L. Arnold, Alton Martin K. Asbridge, Hoxie Mel Duane Holopirek, Oakley Shelly R. Sweat, Cedar Births Girl for Mr. and Mrs. Edgar J. Arnhold, Hays, December 18. Boy for Mr. and Mrs. John H. Knight, Hays, December 18. Decorations Stolen Here Christmas decorations remained a prime target of thieves over the weekend, according to Hays Police. Paul Unrein, 2401 Oak, reported about 60 light bulbs stolen from his home. He estimated the loss at $10. Eddie Augustine, 401 E. 22nd, told police about 125 lights, worth about $16, had been stolen from his home. Augustine had replaced the lights once, but they were stolen again, according to the police report. Police also received a report from the House of Imports, 2004 Vine, that vandals had broken a plate glass window in the firm with a rock. The five-foot by seven-foot window was worth $150. After the Revolutionary War, of the more than two million free Americans, only 120,000 could meet the voting requirements established. Wing Converted Here For Educational Activities Conversion of a wing for educational pursuits has been completed at the Hadley Regional Medical Center. The 3,008-square-foot area, located on the north side of the hospital's ground floor, contains two offices, three classrooms, a dining hall, which can be used as a classroom and storage areas. The classrooms, separated by partitions, can be opened up iwto one large area to accommodate up to 160 persons. The rooms are able to ac- ' commodate a wide variety of audio-visual equipment, such as a closed-circuit television system, speakers, microphones, projectors, etc. Offices located in the wing are those of Jo Redburn, Nursing In-Service Coordinator, and Lloyd Preston, Education Director. ''Classrooms for educational activities previously have been hejd in the conference room," Preston said. "But due to the many requests of outside agencies for that area and for the increasing number of educational sessions for Hadley employees, the education wing was converted." The classrooms will be used by all departments in the hospital for patient and staff education, and by the Auxiliary, the HRMC Board, employes, the medical staff and heajth-related groups. The olassrooms will be open for public use, although Hadley prefers the groups to be health-related. Remodeling of the area, first built in 1958, was begun in June of this year. The area previously had been used for laundry, housekeeping and food storage. Stock Quotations (A* of 1 P.M. Hay« Time) NEW YORK (UP!) Selected stock* on the New York Stock Exchange. Sales Net P-E(hds) LaatChg.. A A—' Adragr .10d 15 133 p1l% AetnaU 1.20 9 Alcan Al .40 49 Allgl.ud 1.92 6 AllidCh 1.80 9 Allis Cha .W 6 Alcoa 1.40 17 AMAX 1.75 13 ContlOII 1.20 9 420 Contrl Data 9 220 CornG 1.528 16 97 CPClnt2.30 9 79 Crane C 1.20 5 40 CrownZ 1.80 If 22 3TO- M, 24Wt- -4 69'/4- f, «'.*- 'A 28V4- Mi 44M.+ V 4 Ing Rnd 2.68 II 230 InlndStl 2.60 II 121 Ins Cop .SOd .. 4 IBM Corp 9 17 398 InlHarv 1.85 69'k ... 48'%- Mi 24H- "» 285 V* 4- '* 3174 + Mi 632 153 3 175 21'*— •% 38 — "4 39 155 24**- Mi 128 g53%— '/i 87 56'/4 ... AmrdH .60g 8 287 Am Airlines 8 512 Mirand 2.80 10 78 AmBrdcst 1 16 I5R AmCan 2.40 8 1083 AmCyan |i/» 9 267 AEIPwr 2.06 10 430 p24*fe Am Home 1 17 689 29'/4 Am Motors . 230 AmNaR 2.64 8 154 AmStnd 1.30 7 93 AmT&T3.BO 101156 AMFIn 1.24 11 336 Anacnda .60 89 ArmcoS 1.80 9 300 ArmsCork 1 10 354 AtlRich 1.60 12 393 B Bab Will.20 8 59 Bangor Pn 4 33 Beat Fds .84 13 312 Beckmn .32 18 11 Bell Mwl .84 9 36 Bendix Cp 2 9 98 Beth Steel z 9 97 Black&D .40 20 259 BocingCo la 11 346 BoiseCas .80 11 267 Bordcn 1.40 9 184 Borg W 1.60 7 109 Bost Ed 2.44 10 40 BriggsSt .92 16 48 Bris My 1.80 13 195 BrilPet ,34d 16 101 Brunswk .50 8 163 Bucyrus .64 14 303 BuddCo 1.20 5 56 Bunk Ramo .. 48 Burl No 1.60 6 101 Burrghs .68 20 221 Camp S 1.48 12 CanPac .83d 7 CarrierC .64 14 CatplTr 1.50 12 CBS 2 10 Celanse 2.80 9 CertnTe .65 9 Cessna 1.20 8 dnamplnli 1 9 329 ChmpSP .68 10 269 ChaseM 2.20 11 '" ChmNY 2.88 6 12*4— Mj 421/i- >/i 38'*— '* 38 - % 27'/4 Mi 44'/4- Mi 29'4— Vi p63-'«+ Mi 20%+ '/4 29 — >4 29'*+ Mi 26%— '* 57%—.% 35 — % 11 IS,^— % Z7Mi • • • 181/4— "4 421/4— ',4 40V- "4 18% ... 45%— '/ 4 32%+ % 32'* ... 28'*— % g25'l!+ Mi 33'.'4 + l'* 64 —1 12% ... 15'4— % 26%— % 20V»+ '* 8% ... 46 : ' 4 — '/4 87 + % 72 p38'/»— % 78 p!6 — 'H 299 191/4+ '* 480 55 33 57 a -4 . • • 81 49'/4— : k| 40 211,4— '4 36 29^— '* 26',»— '/4 13 — : >» 183 g2B ;1 '4 + ''4 55 40'*— "« Chessie 2.32 7 32 ,41V- "H Chryslr .30d 6 509 cW,« ... Cin Gas 1.64 16 119 u23"j— »t Citicorp .96 10 632 31 — ;l » Cit Scrv 2.80 8 138 City Inv .66 11 613 Clcv El 2.56 11 53 CocnCol 2.65 16 909 Colgate .88 14 469 Col Gas 2.14 CmwEd 2.40 Comm Sat 1 Congolm .50 ConsEd 1.60 Consm Pw 2 CntlGroup 2 57 :l »— '•» 121,;.— Mi 33 — "it 73'/»—I'/i 26',4— "4 28'«— Mi •30'*— >ti 31' z— '„ 14'4,— :l i 57" 193 153 23 442 340 p21'n 52 p33Mi— '/« CurtlssW .60 10 107 U17 - 1) D Dart In .80g 8 121 u35%- % DayPU 1.68 10 137 d»»ti— M> Deere 1.10 8 916 p31 - Mi DetEdis 1.45 10 167 14% + M, Diebold .44 9 39 12% -I- Mi Dillon 1.08g 12 3 30'^ ... Disney .I2g 19 162 p46%— •% DrPeppr .44 18 70 14%— Vfc DowChem 1 13 1306 041%- Mi Dresser .80 10 316 42^ ... Duke P 1.60 91005 p22'4 ... DuPont 5M 13 171 135', 4 + '/4 DuqneL \.12 9 60 20%+ Mi - E E Eastern Air 70 269 9 — ^ EastK 1.608 21 506 B2%- a* EatonCorp 29 22 - 40%— % ElPasC 1.10 7 307 14% ... Ensrch 1.72 10 75 29'*- "k Ethyl C 1.60 6 37 42%+ M, Exxon 1.40d 9 1526 D52V4— y t - F F - FairCam .80 28 33.4 b38 — Mi FerroC 1.25 8 1 32 4- '/, Flrstne 1.10 14 154 c23Mi— "» FlintkOt 1.16 11 62 22Vi+ '/„ FlaPCp 2.28 8 84 3<M< . . . FordMo 3.20 6 435 58 : ki- '/4 ForMcKes 1 7 35 14%— "4 FreptM 1.60 12 630 28'*— Mi Fruehuf 1.80 7 54 26 Mi ... Gam Sk 1.40 5 35 21'/»- <* GannettCo 1 19 26 39 : 'h— % Gen Dynam 6 32 52 :1 .i . . GnElec 1.60 131176 52%+ V 4 GnFood 1.50 9 322 30--U ... GenMills .76 15 429 32',*— % GnMot5.55d 8 962 75'/j+ '< GPubU 1.68 10 178 U19 GTE 2 10 677 307'»— "„ GTire l.lOg 6 154' 26!<— H Ga Pac ,80g 16 253 37 " 4 . . . Gerber 1.30 9 25 26 GettyO 2'sd 15 113 197Mi+2Mi Gillette 1.50 9 536 g25 - M. Goodric 1.12 .. 156 26' 2 — '.< Goodyr 1.10 10 307 23'*- i* GraccW 1.70 9 109 '27"j— •'» Grand tin 1 6 17 174+ % Great A&P 26 922 12'/»- ij Grn Gia 1.08 12 20 17"*- '.i Gryhd 1.04a 8 211 15' j+ '.« Grummn .80 4 19 17 :I B— 'n Gulf Oil 1.80 71093 C28".i ... Glf&Wst .60 4 354 17'»- •'„ — --II H - HamPa 1.30 7 50 24 HarrisC 1.60 12 29 55*4— "4 Hercules 1 15 349 25->»— '/„ HershF 1.12 6 55 20 : >«— \ Hewitt P .30 26 316 B3' 2 -l'» HiltonHo .92 6 12 22'; Hoerner .90 10 x70 22' H - 'n Hoi Inns .40 12 279 13'* . . . Homstak la 19 123 36'»— ; '» Honywl 1.60 9 95 45' 4— '4 HousLP 1.76 8 257 30'-i— '« HowardJ .28 9 167 xll" 4 ... - 1 I - 1C Ind 1.40 6 110 21 Idaho P 2.16 10 162 29''..+ '4 Intl Paper 2 11 537 p67%+ '* IntT&T 1.76 8 391 32%- 'i Itek Corprtn 30 37 pi 5% Jantzen .80 6 JeffWlot .80 12 JohnMv 1.40 12 John&Jhn I 21 JoyMfg 1.30 11 4 25 561 293 457 K K .20 9 89 p33V 21 27"4 30 20'4 17*— Mi 32"4 ... 33'4-1 72'!,- H 43 - '« KaisrAl KanCSo .37e 6 KanGE 1.76 7 KanPLl 1.60 8 Kencott .60d 36 437 KeMcG 1.25 13 186 KimbCl 1.80 9 59 KLM Alrl 5 I Knight R .62 13 Kraft Krcsge Kroger Mi '/» 20'4— 'M 67'*- '4 42'k— '» 36"4+ '4' 37'j— n » 2.12 9 55 D46 + 'i .32 19 721 39-%— 'i 1.44 8 30 23-% ... LearSieg .50 9 77 IS 1 ,* . LehlPtCm 1 12 14 17',.- :1 « Lehmn .94d .. 78 12*H- '4 L 0 F 1.808 8 72 36-Vn ... LiggGrp 2'i 8 41 32M.— ". Litton Corp 27 279 pI4',4- Mi Lockheed 3 80 B'4- '« LoewCp 1.20 6 54 33'*— :I M LTV Corp 6 126 ll-^i— U LuckyS ,68g 13 65 14->4- '» LuknStl (.60 6 14 25'4 M M Macy 1.30 7 377 32 -IMi Man Hn 1.80 B 150 387«+ '« MarMidl .«0 .. MarshF 1.24 12 MartM 1.40 8 May DS 1.12 10 Maytg I'ia 14 Pan Am Air 4 305 Panhnd 2.30 9 249 Penney 1.28 14 390 PennPL 1.80 9 90 Pennzol 1.40 9 119 Peopl 0 3.40 7 72 PepsiCo ,2 14 423 Pfizer In .88 12 549 PhelnD 2.20 15 72 Philafel 1.64 10 377 Phil Mo 1.30 14 253 PhilPel 1.80 13 425 Plllsbry 1.16 12 87 Polaroid .50 17 PPGInd 2.20 8 ProcOa 2.20 17 PuSCol 1.46 10 PSE&G 1.80 9 PurexC I.OB 9 Purlatr 1.12 9 X5 - 'k 47'< . . 51 'j- 'fc 74H-I'* 27»» ... 37*4+ Mi 17 60>j- «» 65 — '4 41 g36|4- »» 90-V- H 19'4 22'»+ Mi US Gyp 1.60 12 USStecl 2.20 9 US Tobco la 12 UtdTec 1.20 8 Upjohn I.OB 14 UtahPL 3.12 9 93 U25%- M, 196 gSO% .. 3 25%+ '* 406 p36'.n- \ 169 '36%+ % 53 p43%+ 'i V V Varian .28 10 59 13%- VaElec 1.24 9 437 15'* .. —R n— Ralston 1.20 15 43 u52's- Rapid Amer 37 p4'4 RCA Corp 1 13 330 26 Rep Stl 1.60 8 71 31'*Revlon .90 16 563 40 Key Ind 3.28 9 241 64'»+ ReynMt 1.20 8 RochG 1.28g 9 Hockwllln 2 9 RohmH 1.28 20 RoyalCC .80 9 RoylD 3.58d 6 W W- Walgrn 1.10 8 24 Warn Lam 113 346 Wa Wat 1.76 8 63 WsBanc 1.40 9 \89 WUnion 1.40 10 145 Westh El .97 7 576 WhlgPitt Stl 18 15 Whrlpool .80 11 WhitcCns la 6 White Motor Wickes .IBc 13 WlnnDx 1.56 14 Woolwh 1.20 7 17'.ti+ '/i 28'/4 . .1 24%+ VJ 29% ..; 18'j- ',(, 16% 18 27'4 + g26'/4- f 6'*- 'i 14'5 .4 44 - >/L 24'*+ 4 67 p37?B- '* 8 19'4+ '4 160 p31%— Mi 62 48 +1 60 17 + % 182 50%+ % 99 71 11078 9 83 McDonD .44 Mead Cp .92 6 279 Merck \<i 20 246 MM&M 1.45 21 510 c55'«— '4 9% .. 21'»— '4 25%— % 31% ... 34 :1 4— % 23^4- '-4 18 :1 4— '4 66'ii— % 378 62%- % 23 p!7%— % 164 85%— '2 160 56%— '4 131 54 - % 11 25%— •'» 14 17 : 'j— '4 19'*— '/» III Pwr 2.20 JO 233 27' INA Cp 2.1013 IncoLt 1.40a 13 64 272 46'4- '•„. 30 :l »+ ',* Mobil 3.80 7 Mohasco .90 7 Monsan 2.80 8 MorganJP 2 12 Motorola .84 21 MtSlTel 1.68 9 MurpCo 1.20 7 N N Nabisco 2.40 10' 55 48 1 .- NatAirln .50 52 7 p!3 — NIlDistl 1.40 6 130 24'4- Ntl Gyp 1.05 10 80 16'!- • Nat Stl 2'^a 10 40 x45 — NCR Cp .72 12 278 p34".|-l NevPw 1.60 6 21 25 + : NiagMo 1.24 9 190 gl4'2 NLIndu 1.20 8 89 19'n- NorfkW 1.76 8 158 c33' J H + NoNtGs 2.08 7 109 48 - NwBan 1.80 10 53 c52'»+ NortnSi .60g 10 183 ul9T»— OccidnPet 1 12 1867 22'«— ' Ohio Ed 1.70 10 193 c20Ni— ' OklaGE 1.48 10 127 C19 — : OutbdM 1.40 8 35 26'«— : OwenCrFb 1 14 59 62' ,— • Owenlll 1.88 8Z6440 55 —P P— PacGas 1.88 9 291 22 3 4 PacLtg 1.68 8 62 pl9'» .. Pac-TT 1.40 9 50 18'» .. SafwStr 2.20 10 165 47 — % StRegis 1.64 9 158 37%+ '* ScheringP 1 15 475 u42%- '4 SCM Cp .80 6 92 21.%— % ScottPap .76 9 189 19^4+ '* Seagram .86 9 24 21%+ % Scars 1.60a 17 366 p66%—1% ShellOilCo 3 7 220 78%+ % SlgnalC 1.10 12 1620 26'4- % SimnsC .88a 11 3 20 Singer .10d .. 108 17»4— "4 Smithkline 2 17 62 78'*- "t S CalEd 1.68 7 407 p23%+ >/i SouthCo 1.46 10 529 15% ... SoPacif 2.24 8 208 34%— % So Rail 2.32 10 151 62'4+ "4 Sp Rand .92 10 174 43%— '4 SquarD 1.10 14 47 24'4— % StBrnd 1.28 15 75 30%+ '/4 StdOCal 2.20 8 463 39 + % StOlInd 2.30 9 475 56'i . StOilOh 1.36 22 112 75%— % SterlDrg .70 11 572 15';. ... StewWn 1.96 8 6 34'*- '4 StudeW 1.32 5 47 40%+ % SunComp 2 7 183 u45'ii + l'/4 Sup Oil 1.80 20 27 223 —5 -T T Teledyne 3i 7 144 D69»H— '.i Teneco 1.88 9 491 36*i— -'•» Texaco 2 9 1545 p27 a » ... TexECp 1.85 8 111 37"»+ 'a Tex Instr 1 25 658 95^—Pn TexUtil 1.32 10 1278 2UV+ »» Textron 1.20 9 84 27*«— '« Timkn 2.20a 10 26 52 r >»— ••>» TraneC 1.08 10 42 35'i Transam .66 10 527 14 Trans W Air . 379 12»»— '» TriCon J.58d .. 73 20', 2 + '» TRW In 1.40 9 44 p36',*— '2 U U UALInc .60a .. 325 -26 ;l »— 'a UnCarb 2.50 9 366 g61 UnOCal 2.10 8 122 57'-..- 'H Uh Pac 3.40 14 177 101'4+ '4 Syntex .50g Uniroyal .50 118293 9'4 .. USFiller .24 UtdCpn .87d .. 66 IO'B— :1 . Wyo Bnc .56 XYZ I Xerox 1.2013 811 56'4- 'd ZalcCorp .88 6 208 14 a 4— 'i Zayre Corp 4 74 7%- Ik ZcnithRad 1 15 195 26%- *, NEW YORK (UPD-FolloW- ing are nationwide composite prices for selected stocks listed on the American Stock Exchange. * Sales Nel P-E ihds) LastChgi AdobcOil .16 19 39 13 ..: APctrof 2.20 8 3 31"4- *J Augal In .15 14 11 13% ... Austral Oil 19 21 I4->4+ '» Banistr .20d 4 35 -8''.i— 'J Brad R ,10d 5 27 8%- % Brascan Ig 3 402 11>? ... Brewer .60h . . 40' 9% . .'< Cal Comptr . . 15 4% . . ' Carbln .80a 14 33 40% ... Carntn l.40a 15 21 78% + 'j Champ Hm . 213 3%- '.„• Circle K .60 7 139 9%+ 'ij CrwnCn .60c 5 28 33' 4— % DayMn ,20d 19 18 6%— 'ii Dome Petro 8 36 37'4— 'n FalconS .60 9 48 33%-1'fc Felmnt .12d 17 14 15%+ ^ FisherP.t 5i 6 5 13-%- ', Flyng Diam 7 60 18%- *4 Ford Can 5a 5 Z200 86 +1 • Frontier Air 5 35 6%+ >j, GiantYl .10h .. 38 6' 2 ... GrtLkCh .28 14 28 33 + H HoUStnO .80 30 431 U41%+ >'* HuskyOI .80 6 16 18'. i- »» Kaiscrln .26 8 448 p!4 Lee Ent .52 10 11 19%+ *J Lee Nail Cp . . 25 LoewsTh wt .. 128 McCullch 01 21 508 OOkep .99d 63Z850 PacNW 1.32 9 12 RemAr .BOa 7 1 RescCott .08 12 Solitron Dev . . Soundsin Cp . STPCp .8011 7"4- ' 3 33 :I 4+ •' 18',- • 13=4 .. 18'4 . 2'4- ' 13«» . 12'j 9 573 p20% %— : 11%— ' Stock Review C KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK NEW YORK (UPI) — Traders cashed in on recent profits to drive prtces lower in moderate trading Monday on the New 'York*Stock Exchange; as many investors retreated to the sidelines to await government .reports on the economy. In light of recent reports that indicated the economic pause might have ended, investors were waiting for the government to report on November's durable goods orders and on the Consumer Price Index. Early in the day, the government reported third quarter profits, gross national product and prices rose faster than reported originally. Some investors were disturbed by the higher prices. Economists and analysts were trying to assess the , impact of last week's decision by the international oil cartel to raise prices. Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates decided on a 5 per cent hike, while the other 11 member of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries voted for 10 per cent. Against that, background, the Dow Jones industrial average, a 2.24-point loser Friday, was off 3.08 to 976.06 shortly before 1:15 p.m: EST. The blue-chip average had gained about 50 points in the past six weeks, making its stocks vulnerable to profit taking. The NYSE common.stock index was off 0.17 to 56.07 and the average price of a common share was down 10 cents. Declines led advances, 855 to 448, among the 1,821 issues crossing the tape. The 518 unchanged issues reflected considerable uncertainty From The Record County Court Barbara Clark, 13-B Countryside, pleaded guilty to writing an insufficient fund check, no fine, ordered to pay $13.40 court costs. Patrick L. Moss, Rt. 2,, pleaded no contest to writing a bogus check, no fine, ordered to pay $13.40 court costs. David B. Gabel, Denver, pleaded guilty to writing a bogus check; fined $50, $13.40 court costs. Lana Traugott, La Crosse, pleaded no contest to writing a bogus check, no fine, $13.40 court costs. District Court Home Lumber Company Vs. Earl Saunders Jr., 310 E. 19th, seeking $1,723 for goods and services rendered. about the course of the market. The three-hour turnover amounted to about 12,020,000 shares, " down from the 14,720,000 traded during the same period Friday. Observers said the market was being buffeted by crosscurrents of yearend tax selling and some buying among lowerpriced stocks. During the past several weeks, the market has e<- perienced a yearend rally. The Federal Reserve Board late Friday signaled it wanted to keep rates lower by lowering slightly the reserve banks are required to hold to cover checking accounts. Southwestern Public Service led the Big Board active list, up '/s to 15'/i on 173,000 . shares, including a block of 165,000 shares at 15. Signal Cos. followed, unchanged at 26'/2 on 144,600 shares. (Following stocks courtesy of Darrell C Seibel. Edward D. Jones Co.) Allied Supermarket ....... 2% Baxter ................... 36% Hesston ........... • ........ 9% United Telecomm ........ 19% Dillons ............. : ..... 30'/ 2 Eli Lilly ................. 44'/ 8 Boogaarts ................. 17 Syntex ........... ........ 20% Clorex ........... ........ 11% Pizza Hut .................. 25 Halliburton .............. 63'/ H Intl Multifoods ............. 18 Skaggs .................. .22% Live Beef Cattle Dec ............. 40.90 Feb ............. 40.15 April ........... 39.27 June ............ 41.35 Aug ............ .42.12 Oct ............. 42.80 .Pec Feeder Cattle March .......... 39.40 April ... ........ 40.00 May ............ 40.30 Aug ............. 40.70 Hog prices Dec ............. 40.75 Feb ............. 35.8.7 April ........... 32.52 June ........... 34.97 July KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI) — Livestock:- , Hogs 2600; barrows & gilts mostly 50 higher in moderate trading; U.S. 1-3 200-240 Ib 40.00-40.50; near 225.head 1-2 205-230 Ib 40.75; 1-3 240-250 Ib 39.50-40.00; 2-3 250-260 Ib 38.00-' 39.50; 285-340 Ib 34.00-36.50; sows firm to 1.00 higher; 1-3 225-600 Ib 29.50-30.00; boars over 250 Ib 18.50-21.50; 190-240 Ib 26.00. Sheep 150; slaughter lambs steady ewes firm; wooled slaugher lambs choice & prime 95-105 Ib 43.50-45.50; shorn slaughter lambs choice & prime 90-105 Ib 44.50-46.50; slaughter ewes utility & good 9.00-13.00; cull 6.00-9.00. Cattle 1000; compared to last Monday slaughter steers & heifers slow 1.00-1.50 lower; in comparison with last week's close slaughter cows steady to 50 lower; slaughter bulls about steady; feeder cattle & calves consigned for later auction; slaughter steers choice 2-4 900-1200 Ib 37.0038.50; package 3-4 around 1400 Ib 36.00; few lots good 2-3 9001050 Ib 35.00-35.50; slaughter heifers choice 2-4 800-1100 Ib 35.50-37.00; good & low choice 2-3 800-925 Ib 31.00-35.00; slaughter cows utility & few commercial 19.50-23.00; few high dressing 23.50; canner & cutter 15.00-20.00; slaughter bulls yield grade 1-2 28.0030.00. Tuesday's advance estimates: Cattle 800; hogs 2,200; sheep 125. X DODGE CITY LIVESTOCK DODGE CITY, Kan. (UPl) — Trade slow, late Friday through early Monday mof- ning. few sales slaughter steers and heifers steady-; inquiry and demand fair. Sales confirmed on 15(Jo slaughter steers and 500 slaughter heifers. J Slaughter steers choice 2M mostly 3's 1050-1150 Ib 40.0041.00; slaughter heifers choice 2-4 mostly 3's 900-985 Ib 38.5039.00; sales FOB feedlot n^t' weights after 4 per cer|t shrink. i C KANSAS CITY PRODUCE J) KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPJ) — Eggs consumer Grade A large 69-84, medium 64-8JI, small 47-69, B large not enough for test. i Hens ice-packed broilers and fryers 34.25-35.25 for this week's delivery. • C KANSAS CITY GRAINS U D D D D D 42.75 D D D D .65 .57 .35 .45 .53 .45 .62 U 1.02 35.50 U U U (Grain prices subject to change. ) Local cash wheat: $2.16 Local cash milo: $3.20 Local cash corn: $2.20 The volume of coal product- tion, at a low of 15 per cent of the 1967 level in 1880, peaked at 132 per cent in 1918. In 1970 production was 108 per cent of the 1967 figure, according to the Census Bureau's new "Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1970." Metal Prices NEW YORK (UPI) - Metal prices Monday: Aluminum, primary, 99.5 per cent plus, pure 50 Ib. ingots 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 (Secondaryi Producers 26 (X) c Ib. Tin, N.Y. Am Met Mkt Alloyer price 421.25 clb. Zinc, prime western, U.S. 37.00 c Ib. NEW YORK (UPI) - Foreign and Domestic gold prices Monday: London Morning fixing 131.50 down!) 40. Afternoon fixing 132.35 up 0.45. Paris (free market 1130.91 down 0.55. Frankfurt 131.64 down 1.80. Zurich 132.575 up 2.50. New York Handy and Harman, 132.60 up 0.35. Engelhard, base price for refining settling and unfabricaled gold 132.85 up 0.45 per troy ounce. Selling price, fabricated gold 130.17 up 0.48 per troy ounce. NEW YORK (UPI) - Handv and Harman Monday quoted silver at (4.33 per fine ounce up 3.0 cents. Engelhard quoted a silver pase price of (4.33 up 3.0 cents and a price for fabricated silver of (4.438 up 3.0 cents. KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI) — Wheat futures closed %«2 cents higher Monday'at the Kansas City Board of Trade. The closing prices: Dec. 2.59 '/•>, up 2; March 2.66, upv, May 2.71'/i, up l'; July 2.75'Xi, up 1; Sept. 2.81'/i, up I"/-;. Sorghum: Dec 2.20, down 2; March 2.25, unchanged; May 2.23, unchanged; July 2.27, unchanged. Cash grain? Wheat 266 cars; hard and soft up %; No l hard nominal 2.61, No l soft nominal 2.57. Corn 118 cars; white and yellow unchanged; No 2 white nominal 2.85, No 2 yellow sold 2.45V;;-2.46%, No 3 yellow 2.38'!.i. Sorghum 48 cars; unchanged; No 2 yellow nominal 3.70. Soybeans 17 cars; up 5%i No 1 yellow nominal 6.62'/4. -i. C Averages J Dow Jones Interm Averages — 2P.M. '- 30Indust975.23off3.83 ' %Transp 234.29 off 0.58 5 Utils 104.90 off 0.23 65Stocks317.27 off 1.04 Ragweed is believed to ,be responsible for the most severe hay fever. Ragweed pollen is most abundant in August, September and October in many parts of the U.S. Westomen'ca Financial Corp. INVESTMENTS INSURANCE FINANCIAL PLANNING DAVID M. KING, CFP ; Fint National Bank Bldg. 625-7393

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