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Hansen casts doubt on bus system study Weather Extended outlook Knnana extended outlook Friday through Sunday—Partly cloudy. Chance of aliowera or thundorahowera west Friday or Saturday. High low to mid 80a. Low mostly 60s to low 60s. NA1IONM WlMHtk SttVICI fOMCASl lo f SI f - li - 7S Hutchinson NeWB Wednesday, Sept. 12, 1973 Page 2 9.77 The Hutchinson League of Women Voters met with city officials Wednesday morning to hear a two-hour discussion of transportation in the city. The women heard Dick Hansen, city planning commission director, cast his first public doubts on a bus system proposal outlined 1 by Human Relations Director John Davis, who also appeared on the panel of speakers. Hansen said that a study performed by the HRC was not comprehensive enough to base plans for a transportation system on it. The study, which Davis has offered as a preliminary to a request for a comprehensive Department of Transportation study, formed the base for three proposals for bus and mini-bus systems. Reviews proposals At the meeting, Davis reviewed the proposals, which were made' public about thr^ee months ago. The HRC study, Hansen said, was conducted in one section of the city, whereas city-wide data gathered by the Planning Commission shows that more than f 90 per cent of city residents either own or have access to automobile transportation. In most cities, Hansen added, buses have been pressed into service to forestall problems with parking and air pollution. No parking problems Because Hutchinson has few problems with dirty air, a demonstrated need drawn on that rationale does not exist, and few persons could be- persuaded to use buses for that reason, he said. Nor is parking a major problem, Hansen said, adding that most persons who are dis- - satisfied with parking facilities in the downtown area wish to park within a short distance of their destination. Moreover, he said, most persons in the city use a car primarily for transportation to and from work. A bus system to haul workers to major plants outside the city would have to cross the city limits, creating jurisdictional problems. Require large subsidy "I feel yet," Hansen said, "that unless further information shows me wrong, a bus system would prove out just like it has in other cities — it would require a large subsidy from the local community." Also appearing on the panel of speakers was Beth McKnight, assistant superintendent of the Hutchinson Recreation Commission, and Lt. Bill Wilson, of the police traffic bureau. Miss McKnight discussed the commission's activities in education programs for cyclists, and outlined progress in establishing better bicycle parking facilities in the downtown area. Kansas points TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - - High and low tomperaturcs mid precipitation reports for 24 hours ended at fi a.m.: Goodland 70 62 1.67 Garden City 86 60 .26 Hill City 76 57 1.25 Dodge City 83 60 .90 Russell 81 63 .46 Hutchinson 84 67 Salina 82 64 T Wichita 82 67 Concordia 80 69 T Emporia 82 62 Topeka 83 59 Chanute 82 63 Manhattan 82 61 Coffeyville 82 66 .07 Pittsburg 86 66 Abilene 84 63 Warn ego 83 61 UTt WEATHf It fOlOCAST *> Daily transcript Deaths William L. Smiley ARLINGTON — William L. Smiley, 81, died Thursday at Littleton, Colo. Born Aug. 4, 1892, at Pretty Prairie, he married Ellen Ukena, Feb. 1, 1916, at Pretty Prairie. She died Feb. 6, 1967. He lived at Littleton since 1936. Survivors are sons: Orval, Cheyenne, Wyo.; Darrell, Aurora, Colo.; Marland, Littleton; daughters: Mrs. Opal Coleman, Amarillo, Tex.; Mrs. Betty Preston, Littleton; brother: J. B., Arlington; 10 grandchildren; several great-grandchildren. Funeral and burial was Monday at Chapel Hills, Littleton. Jesse Ervin Searles Jesse Ervin Searles, 92, died at Halstead Nursing Center Tuesday after a long illness. He was born Feb. 3, 1881, in Iowa,, and lived in Hutchinson most of his life. He married Inda Mennis in 1903. She died in 1956. He married Etta Wolfersberger in 1959. She died in 1972. He retired in 1957 as a baker for Dil- If we loan you thousands, you could feel likea million* Apply now! You may qualify and not know it! We make large loans to hundreds who don't realize they qualify. People like you who would feel like a million if they just had enough to get out from under heavy debts or buy some of the nice things in life. We look for signs. A paycheck stub, for instance, that shows you have a job with a future. Or the mortgage on your home that tells us you're a responsible person. Phone us for a really big loan —in the thousands. (Of course, we still make smaller loans, too.) You'll like our people-to-people service, where vou're always Number One. Loans and financing in any amount up to $10/000 or more, including loans on real estate OFAMEttiCA r MIFT ' In Larkland Shopping Center 2534 N. Main Hutchinson Allan Lindwall, Mgr. Phone 663-2184 Ion's. He was a member of the United Methodist Church. Survivors include son, Arthur, 817 East 3rd; stepson, Charles P. Wolfersberger, 426 Crescent; stepdaughter, Mrs. Margaret Stinsman, 802 East 8th. Funeral service will be 2 p.m. Friday at Johnson and Sons Chapel, Rev. V. Glen Megill. Burial will be in Eastside Cemetery. Friends may call from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday at Johnson and SonjB. Deaths Elsewhere Jacob R. Diller, 91, Hesston; funeral 10 a.m. Thursday, Hesston Mennonite Church. Mrs. George A. Wilson, 90, Harper; funeral 2 p.m. Thursday, Elliott - Brownell - Wiley Chapel. James H. Houghton, 82, Garden City; graveside service 4 p.m. Wednesday, Oak Hill Cemetery, Lawrence. Glenn W. Richardson, 85, Kingman; funeral 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Livingston Mortuary. Mrs. Clinton R. Lytle, 91, McPherson; funeral 2 p.m. Wednesday, First Congregational Church. Mrs. Ted Younkin, 66, Larned; funeral 10 a.m. Thursday, Beckwith Mortuary. Mrs. Clyde Andrews, 87, Marquette; funeral 2 p.m. Thursday, United Methodist Church, Marquette. Mrs. Joseph A. Rosproy, 83, Spearville; funeral 10:30 a.m. Friday St. John's Catholic Church, Spearville. Eugene Trenton, 88, Anthony; funeral 2 p.m. Thursday, Bethel-Hawley Baptist 1 Church, Hawley. Funerals Harvey A. Grubb Funeral for Harvey A. Grubb, 60, 510 West 1st, who died Tuesday at Clay Center, will be 10 a.m. Friday at Elliott Chapel. Burial will be in Langley Cemetery, Langley. Friends may call from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday at the chapel. the of Break ground by spoonful SALINA (HNS) — Students at Meadowlark Elementary School had their own groundbreaking ceremonies Monday for a planned 2-room addition to the school. But the ground was broken in tiny chunks. Each classroom was issued a tablespoon and each student given a chance to advance and excavate one spoonful. Mitchell, Stans win trial delay NEW YORK (UPI) —John N. Mitchell and Maurice H. Stans won a last-minute delay Tues- 'day in their trial on conspiracy and perjury charges. Mitchell and Stans, the first fprmer cabinet secretaries to be tried since the Teapot Dome scandal of the 1920s, are charged with conspiring to influence a fraud investigation of financier Robert L. Vesco. A federal appeals court recommended, but did not order, that the trial judge reconsider a defense motion that the case be postponed because lawyers did not have time to prepare a defense. The trial judge, Lee Gagliardi," followed the recommendation and told attorneys for both sides to confer on a "mutual satisfactory trial date." When the lawyers could not agree on a date, Gagliardi said he would set one "in due course." "This court adopts suggestion of the Court Appeals," Gagliardi said. Demand action on oil WASHINGTON (UPI) —More than 600 independent fuel dealers from New England, Pennsylvania and New Jersey packed a House hearing room today demanding immediate government action home heating oil the Northeast. "You need to be rescued soon...or there won't be anybody to be rescued," Rep. Torbert H. MacDonald, D- Mass., told the group. The dealers booed when MacDonald told them President Nixon's energy adviser, John Love, "refused today to see a member of this group." Robert DeBlois, spokesman for the dealer, said 60 per cent of the nation's No. 2 fuel oil is consumed in the nine Northeastern states and that nearly all of the oil-heated homes are supplied by independent dealers. "If these retailers are not guaranteed the full quantity of fuel oil needed to serve their customers, many of these customers will simply go cold," DeBlois told the area congressmen assembled for the meeting. He said he had heard projections of a 40 per cent shortage for the Northeast this winter. to avoid shortage Because lo discover America you nam lo SEE AMERICAI easiest travel on earth Continental m E. 2nd St. Trallways (3,6)662 - 6636 A subsidiary ol ^dudU^ S>vuojt> Inc Hospital Dismissals North — Dinah Pargeter, Kingman. Roy C. Russell, RFD 4. Edwin M. Ybarra, 523 South Madison. Ida L. Crippen, Nickerson. James T. Crow, 412 East E, South Hutchinson. Mrs. Perry E. Reger and infant, 206 West 7th. Mrs. Brad E. Shinkle and infant, 37 Sunset. Scott D. Davis, 506 East 24th. David W. Brady, Chase. Mrs. Cora M. Avery, RFD 3. South — Edna M. Stevens, Little River. Stephanie D. Fraser, 60 Halsey. Don Roe Arnold, Little River. Eugene E. Nooe, 314 North Park Drive. Alfred J. Walters, 1612 Cochran. Flora Brown, 1002 Keast. Ambulance Calls Sept. 11 — 8:50 a.m. North Hospital to Kingman Nursing Home. Transfer. 9:10 a.m. — South Hospital to Airport. Transfer. 11:15 a.m. — South Hospital to 100 Block East 16th. Transfer. 11:54 a.m. — Friendship Nursing Home to South Hospital. Sick call. 12:58 p.m. — North Hospital to Evergreen Manor. Transfer. 2:09 p.m. — 600 Block West 16th to South Hospital. Sick call. 9:26 p.m. — 2100 Bl<vk North Jackson to South Hospital. Sick call. 11:14 p.m. — 400 Block East 15th to South Hospital. Sick call. Traffic Accidents Sept. 11 — 7:53 a.m. A and Plum. Drivers Jimmy R. Crow, 801 East 3rd, and Marcia S. Bengston, 415 East Sherman. 2:49 p.m. — 600 Block East 9th. Raymond J. Billingsley, 606 East 9th, reported his parked vehicle struck by vehicle that left scene. 3:42 p.m. — 4th and Maple. Drivers Joe G. McGuire, 47 East 27th, and Windell K. Zimmerman, Sterling. Zimmerman charged with disobeying traffic signal. McGuire received bump' to shoulder, not treated. 3:56 p.m. — East alley 200 Block North Adams. Drivers Jim R. Ayala, 706 West Sherman, and Richard D. Oreri, Buhler. Ayala charged with having no driver's licenses. 8:12 p.m. — F and Main. Drivers Clarence E. Terry, 501 East G, and Orville Ray Strout, Sand Springs, Okla. Terry received injury to neck, not treated. Municipal Criminal — Rick C. Birkle, 1533 Vz West 4th, illegal possession of open container of cereal malt beverage, pleaded guilty, $25. Magistrate Criminal — Richard D. Rodgers, 213 West 9th, charged with battery. Ronald C. Pitchford, 108 South Elm, charged with assault with a deadly weapon. District Civil — Clifford and Shirley Schmidt, parents and heirs at law of Gregory Scott Schmidt, deceased vs Charles K. Martin, RFD 4. Plaintiffs were awarded judgment of $4,750 from defendant for death of Gregory Scott Schmidt as a result of accident on north edge of Buhler Nov. 21, 1969. Marriage Licenses Jerry Michael Poorman, 22, Columbia, Mo., and Lynette Jeanne Marchetti, 19, 78 Eastwood. Donald L. Rodebaugh, 29, 10 East 10th, and Marion J. Thiel, 25, 512 East 7th. Jack Vincent, 23, 917 East 3rd, and Vicki J. Wiens, 21, RFD 4. Burglaries and Thefts Business — Office Tavern, 324 West 4th, entered, no loss. Morgan School, 27th and Washington, entered, no loss. Graber School, 1600 North Cleveland, entered, no loss. C. W. FiBher Pole Line Construction, 415 West 2nd, 1500 watt power plant from rear of parked truck at 400 South Main. Residential — George W. Ashcraft, 727-15th Circle, two tires and wheels from parked vehicle. Larry J. Patterson, 306 South Lorraine, gold mother's ring with 11 birthstones from glove box of locked vehicle. Cindy L. Sidwell, 312 West 9th, stereo and two speakers and $14 cash. Keith H. Marks, 1634 Baker, blue bicycle. Where's The Fire? Sept. 11 — 1:33 p.m. 802 East 6th. Car fire. North Hospital Births BOYS — Mr. and Mrs. Jerry A. Burdick, 306 Charles, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Wilcoxen, 5212 West 20th, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel C. Ochs, Jr., 601 North Van Buren, Wednesday. Soybeans drop limit CHICAGO (AP) — The gov- eminent estimated record production of soybeans and grains this year and commodity on the Chicago Board of Trade closed with limit declines today. Soybeans arid wheat were down 20 cents a bushel, soybean meal lost $10 a ton, soybean oil fell 100 points, or 1 cent a pound, corn declined 10 cents a bushel and oats 6 cents. The Agriculture Department reported late Tuesday that conditions Sep. 1 indicated a corn crop of 5.77 billion bushels, 1.73 billion bushels of wheat and 1.6 billion bushels of soybeans. KANSAS "CITY (AP) - Whent 159 care: 14 Vi lower to 18% higher; No. 2 hard 5.045.25 W; No. 3 5.02-5.24'/.; No. 2 red wheat 5.04-5.25'/.; No. 3 5.02-5.24'/. .' Corn 156 cars: unchanged to 5 higher; No. 2 white 2.75-3.27; No. 3 2.62-3.26; No. 2 yellow 2.43'/.-2.63 Vi; No. 3 2.29'/,2.62 Vt. Oata no care: 5 higher; No. 2 white 1.141.29; No. 3 1.04-1.28. No. 2 milo 3.95-4.35. No. 2 rye 1.65-1.80. No. 2 barley 1.65-1.75. No. 1 soybeans 6.30-6.60. Sacked bran 81.50-82.25. Sacked shorts 81.50-82.25. KANSAS CITY WHEAT PC 5.05 5.02 Open .....4.99 High 5.00 Low 4.80 Close 4.80 5.00 5.10 4.76 4.77' 4.88 4.89 5.00 4.65 4.66 CHICAGO EGGS H0LTZ Chiropractic Clinic 312 N. Main 662-3033 Ceremony set for new Buhler school A brief ground breaking ceremony at 11 a.m. Thursday will be held at Buhler High School just prior to the beginning of- construction of the remodeling and new addition to Buhler High. The ceremony will include remarks by Ron Scott, president of the Buhler High School Student Council,, Dave Friesen, president of the Board of Education, Jay Hein, mayor of Buhler, and Will Billingsley, member of the State Board of Education. Members of the student body, a faculty member, a member of the Board of Education and Mr. Billingsley of the State Board of Education will turn the first shovel of dirt on the $1,198,000 project. Patrons of the district are invited to attend. Election school draws 200 here About 200 persons registered in Hutchinson Wednesday morning for a one-day school designed to acquaint participants with state election laws. Mrs. Elwill Shanahan, Secretary of State, was in charge of the session in the basement of the law enforcement center. Participants, who came from all parts of the state, included county clerks, deputy clerks, county election officers and others. Ruckelshaus snag cleared WASHINGTON (UPI) —A temporary roadblock to confir-, mation of William D. Ruckel­ shaus as deputy attorney general apparently was cleared today and the Senate Judiciary Committee moved toward approving his appointment. An impasse was ended when committee members were assured that documents relating to the ITT and Watergate investigations had been turned over to special prosecutor Archibald Cox. day: High Low WHEAT High Sep 5.35 5.01 5.01 Dec 5.33 4.98 V 2 4.98'/i Mar 5.23 4.92 '/. 4.92% May 5.07 4.75 4.75 Jul 4.40 4.15 V* 4.15 Vi CORN Sep 2.56 2.41 Vi 2.41 V 2 Dec 2.52 Vt 2.38% 2.38% Mar 2.55 Vi 2.42 Vi 2.42 V2 May 2.58 2.43 Vi 2.43 Vi Jul 2.58 2.44% 2.44% Sep 2.52 2.42% 2.42% Dec 2.62 2.13 2.13 OATS Sep 1.18 '/2 1.09 1.09 Dec 1.22 Vi 1.12% 1.12% Mar 1.26'/. 1.17 1.17 May 1.27 1.18% 1.19 Jul 1.21 Vt 1.12 1.12 SOYHEANS Sep 6.50 6.40 6.40 Nov 6.30 '/a 6.30 Vi 6.30 Vi Jan 6.31 6.31 6.31 Mar 6.36 6.36 6.36 May. 6.39 6.37 Vi 6.37 Vi Jul 6.37 6.37 6.37 Aug 6.32 6.30 6.30 Sep 6.10 6.06 6.06 Nov 6.00 5.83 5.83 Jan 5.95 5.84 5.84 Market tumbles NEW YORK (AP) — Concern over rising interest rates and tighter money pushed stock market prices lower today, extending the market slide to its third straight session this week. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials at noon was down 4.59 to 881.17, after a 13-point drop over the previous two trading sessions. Declines advances on the New Stock Exchange by 4 to 3. NEW YORK (AP) - Late stock pricofi: Last Net Che. 10} led York, 4.75 4.70 4.45 4.50 4.50 ..60.55 Close 68.75 GRAIN RECEIPT WHEAT — Hutchinson, today 27; week ago 15; year ago 8. Wichita 14; Salina 94. HUTCHINSON WHEAT Hutchinson Board of Trade Closing wheat price 26 lower. Basis 2 lower. Livestock markets WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Cattle 100; cows steady; utility and commercial 36.00-39.60. Hogs 600; barrows and gilts 2.25 instances 2.50 higher; 1-2 210-235 lb 45.5075; 1-3 210-250 lb 45.00-50; sows 1.50 higher; 1-3 300-500 lb 39.50-41.00; 2-3 500600 lb 37.50-39.50. Sheep 100; few lambs steady; feeder lambs steady; ewes generally steady; spring lambs good and choice 32.00; ewea cull to good 5.00-12.00; feeder lambs good and choice 32.00. KANSAS CITY (AP) — Cattle 1,400; primarily small lots feeders and moderate showing cows, most of which consigned to the 9 a.m. auction; cows 501.00 lower; thin and moderately fleshed feeders steady to strong, but very fleshed and partly fattened weak; cows weighty cutter, utility and some commercial 34.00-37.00; high dressing utility 37.30 to sparingly 38.00; feeder steers and steer calves good and choice 230-400 lb 66.0075.25; 400-600 lb steers 56.00-66.00; choice 432 lb 68.00; choice and prime 620-910 lb 53.00-59.00; good and choice 600-900 lb 48.00-56.00; choice moderately fleshed 771 lb 54.50; choice very fleshy 850-915 lb 49.90-50.00; feeder heifers and heifer calves good and choice 230-500 lb 50.0060.75; choice 460-520 lb 53.00-56.00; 500700 lb 47.00-52.75. Hogs 1,500; barrows and gilts opened slow, 2.25 to mostly 2.50 higher; receipts will probably fall 500 short of estimate; 12 218 lb 46.25; 1-3 200-255 lb 45.5075; 2-4 250-275 lb 44.75-45.50; 300 lb 44.50; sows 2.00^3.00 higher; 1-3 330-600 lb 41.0042.00; 2-3 550 lb 40.00. Sheep 200; spring lambs steady to 50 lower; shorn ewes steady; spring lambs choice some with end prime 32.5033.50; choice and prime 34.00; good to low choice 31.00-32.50; ewes utility and good 14.0016.00; cull and low utility 10.0014.00. Estimates for Thursday: Cattle 3,000; hogs 2,500; sheep 200. Board of trade CHICAGO (AP) — Wednes- Admiral Alld Ch 35% Allis Chal 11 "2 Alcoa 70 Am Airlin 9% A Brnds 36 A Cyan 24%' Am Motors 7% Am T&T 47 % Ampex Corp 4 'A Anacon 22 % Atl Richfld 90 Avco Corp 9'/« Beat Fd 22 Va Beech A 13% Beth St 27 V* Boeing 17 Celanese 33 V% Cessna 23% Chrysler 23% Cities Svc 44% CBS 29% Comw E 29 Vi Comsat 49 Vi Cont Can 25 Cont Oil 32% CurtisB Wrt 20% Dow Chem 55% duPont .......162% Eas Kod 129% Echlin 35% Emcr El 45V» Exxon 85% Firestone 20% FMC ...17". Ford M 55 'A Gen Dynam ....21'/. Gen El 56 H Gen ill 57'/. Gen Mot 64 V. G Tel El 27% GoodyrTR 22% Grace 23% Greyhd 14% Gulf Oil ,,.21% Halburt 164 Hercules 36 Vi Hesston 37% Homestake ...42'/a IBM ' 290 V. Int Har 32% Int Pap 42% Kan GE1 19% Kan PLt 22% Katy Ind 5Vi . Kerr MG 68'/. Kresge SS 37'/. Kroger 15% LOF 32% Litton Ind 8% Magnvox 10'/« Marcor 24 'A Martin M 17 Mc Don D 21 Vi Mid So Ut 23% Minn MM 80% Mobil 0 56 V* Monsanto 58'/. Nabisco 41 Nat Gyp 12% NN Gas 40 Nor Sim 26'/. Okla GE 23%. Okla NG 19% Pan Am Air 6Vn Pan EP '31'/i Penn Cent 2 Repair News ONE STOP REPAIR SERVICE All makes of watch repair, Accutron servicing and jewelry repair. Also Available: Watch Crystali Replaced While You Walt Custom made Jewelry Trophy Engraving Inside of Ring Engraving Sliver Replating Liberal trade-ins on diamonds and watches. Produce markets KANSAS CITY (AP) — Wholesale ei unchanged: large, 80 per cent A 61 medium, 80 por cent A 53-64. Local markets MILO —$4.20 per 100 wt. TRUCK WHEAT — $4.40. BRAN — $3.77. SHORTS — $3.77. Saturday final enrollment day The final enrollment deadline for the 1973 fall semester at Hutchinson Community College has been extended until noon, Saturday. Persons desiring to enroll in either day or evening classes should initially go to the Office of Admissions and Records in Lockrnan Hall. The office will be open for enrollment 7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m., m weekdays and 8 a.m. - noon, Saturday, and Wednesday and Thursday, evenings from 6:30 8:00 p.m. Persons who have not met all the admissions requirements may enroll and attend classes on a provisional status until the following have been received: high school transcript, college transcript if student has previously attended another college, ACT report, and medical report. The enrollment total to date at HOC stands at slightly less than 2,000. IT Mi U "n D l '/i D '/. D D D D D D U U D D D D U D D U D D D D D D D D D U D D U D, D D U Vi Vi '/. '/. '/» % Vi '/» Vt '/. 1 1% 1% 'A % 1'/. % .Vi v« % vi % Vi Vt •% Vi D D 1 U Vt D '/. D Vt U 4'/. D Vi D IV. D V'B D U U D U u D D D D D D D D U D D D Vi V/i % 1% '/» Vt % % v« Penney Phill Pet . Proct G . . RCA Reyn Met Ryder Sys Safeway St Joe.M . St Reg P . SFe In Sears R Sperry R Std Oil Cal St Oil Ind Texaco Timken Trans W Un Carb Un Elec Uniroyal US Steel , Upjohn Air .78 .51'/. 95 .24% 16 Vt 39 Vt .33% 29% 43% .23'/; .94% .50, '/a .62 .84 29% 34 Vi 19 VB .36 V* .16 . 11 Vi 29% 80% D U D D D D D D 1 .D '/a D 2'/. D D D U D U D U D U U u D D Vt Vi '/. % '/. I/H '/. Vi '/. '/a % Vi '/. '/« UPj Wn Union 16 Westg El 32% Woolworth 22 Cattle-hog market CHICAGO (AP) — Futures trading on the Chicago Mercantile Futures Exchange Wednesday: High Low Close LIVE BEEF CATTLE Prev Close Oct 47.07 45.70 45.80 46.00 Dec 48.70 46.85 47.20 47.80 Feb 51.45 50.15 50.75 50.60 Apr 51.30 50.35 50.70 50.40 Jun 50.55 49.85 50.50 49.55 Aug 50.00 49.30 b49.90 b49.20 Oct 50.20 49.30 50.10 b49.20 LIVE HOGS Oct 43.10 41.05 41.40 42.10 Dec 44.90 42.00 42.65 43.45 Feb 46.22 43.70 44.40 44.75 Apr 45.05 42.90 43.90 43.60 Jun 45.60 43.50 44.00, 44.25 Jul b45.50 43.50 b44.00 44.50 Aug 44.60 a43.10 44.00 b44.10 FROZEN PORK BELLIES Feb 69.70 67.57 a67.57 a69.07 Mar 68.15 66.35 a66.35 a67.85 Mny 67.85 66.17 a66.17 a67.67 Jul h67.35 65.65 a65.65 a67.15 Aug 65.90 63.65 a63.65 65.10 Feb b58.25 a56.76 a56.75 58.25 b-Bid; a-Asked; n-Nominal Local stocks Cessna 24 1 W. R. Grace 23 1 Frontier 5' Dillons 27' Interpace. . 14 1 a Morton-Norwich.17 1 Hesston ,')7' Pizza Hut 23 7 Open High Low 1:00 p.m. 24 24''« 5 "i 27% 17% 37 23 ; ( 23% "23% 23% 23% 5'« 6'/. 27 1 a 27'/a not open 17 17'* 36", 36% 23% 23% Bid Asked ICHCorp 7 ' V "J ??, t0, 2, 0 ,? Colcman-Aincncan 6 4 6% Pizza Inn b y » B% Tlic lliilrliiiiHon NCWH 662-MU Publlihod dally and Sunday nl 100 West Second MUICMIIUQII , Kan*a* ft /501 Vim MvociatmJ Hr«M is onUtleu to the ino by reproduction ol nil tocol newt, printed In Iho newspaper /is w«1l *n .ill AP Now* dlspalchoi. Stuart Awbroy Editor and Publlthor MlchnrU D. Poop A**ittant to the Publisher add Advortlilng Dlroclur John G. 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