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SLASiD I Paint Brushes. 100% Nylon! 3.3'(&»4-In.Sizes. Value 1.89 77 Pnrnsce Filter ^alar Sizes Value 99c » Cell Battery. Standard Size For FlasWights/Toya. Value 25c 9 Playing Cards. Plastic-coated. No-glare FinishI Value 88c Chromed-Caae Windproof Lighter, Holds Extra Fluid! Value 1.25 33 Transistor Batt. 9V For Portable Radios. Qualityl Value 39c 14 .22 Caliber LOHK Rifle Cartridges. Lox of no. Value 99c 79 WESTERN FLYER TRIKES 10" 988 12" 1133 16" 1288 20" 1488 sturdy Trasii~Cah, ^ Hcsists Corrosion. S 1 99 galvanized, 20-GaI, Value 3.98 1 10 SPEED BIKES 2FC2988 95 FREE DELIVERY To Any Town in Kansas Value 89.95 • • Dual Blue Caliper finish! Brakes! We buy ours by the carload . . . We've sold over 3,000 of these in the Hutchinson area . . . Now you can order yours. Derailleur Gears! WESTERN AUTO, HUTCHINSON, KS. See us in Grandstand During The Kansas STATE FAIR! • Checic enclosed (Total $72.05 Incl. Tax) • CCD. Add. .$1.37 (Total $73.42) Western Auto Store, 10 S. Main Hutciiinson, Kansas 67501 Name Addres.s Citv Phone BATTERY SALE 6 Volt 18 mo. 10.88 24 mo. 13.95 36 mo. 16.95 12 Volt 18 mo. 14.44 24 mo. 16.99 36 mo. 19.99 60 mo. 29.99 Pellet Thermostat. Won't Stick, Lcakl 3 Temp. I{angcs. Value 2,98 99 Oil Filter Spin-On! Value 2.98 Hcavy-Duty Brake Fluid Value 79c LImll 1 S.T.P. Oil Treatment. Ketluces Friction! l!i ox. Value 1.60 69 G.E.lZVoll .Scaled Kcnml.nmp, High or Low Hcam. Value 1.99 99 l-nU Wenrwcll Trans. Fluid Value G5c TRACK ThrM DO0 Night Carpi Kins Ceorge Harriwn ChlcifH) Jimts Oang Grand FunK iPaul McCartney Jolinny cash Ray Prlca eddlt Arnold iimmy Smith Sanlana Ikt A Tina Turner Loretta Lynn And many olheri to chooie from I TAPES »2" WESTERN AUTO Dealer Clint Stamper, 10 S. Main Transcript Hospitals NORTH HOSPITAL BIRTHS Boys — Mr. and Mrs, Lee H. Battershell, 3 Halsey, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl R. Meek, V/lndom, Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. James R. Reed, North Jefferson, Monday. Olrls — Mr. and Mrs. Marlon D. Stanford, Nlckerson, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Iscnberg, 1522 East 5th, Sunday. The Courts Municipal Tronic - Harvey D. Bradon, 16 East Bigger, no driver's license, SIO; disobeying red traffic light, JIO. Judith P. Salter- lee, 425 East 14th, disobeying red traffic light, SIO. Clark W. Miller, 701 East »th, passing within ICO feet of an interjcetion, $10; careless driving, $10. Barbara J. Hamilton, 412 East Ist, failing to display rurreni license plate, S5. Louis E. Vieyra, 414 Harvey, no driver's license, dismissed. Eva D. Regnier, «0 West A, Inadequate brakes, Jio. Linda O. Rodrlguei, 500 Osborne, no driver's license, »10. Michael L. Wiens, 1227 East 3rd, no driver 's license, dismissed. John M. Crider, 1006 East 'Ist, no driver 's license, dlsnnlssed; falling to display current license plate, M. Lewis E. Balding, 5321 North Hal stead, speeding, $7. John J. Brov/nleo, 700 Monterey, operating a motor vehicle with studded tires, $10. Patricia H. Anderson, 42 Tomahawk, failing to yield right of way at a posted stop, $10. Esther S. Siemens, Buhler, Speeding, $15. Sky A. Templeton, 608 West JOIh, speeding, $10. Cheryl L. Elbert, 733 East Sherman, speeding, J8. Terry L. Talbot, Haven, muffler making excessive noise, $10. Criminal — Richard Michael Whaley, RFD 3, Illegal discharge of firearm within the clly, $50 and six months; Illegal trans- portolion of liquor, dlsnnlssed. IMAGISTRATE Tronic — Nettalee Peterson, Inman, speeding, $15. Wilson G. Fesier, Abby vlile, failure to yield right of way, $10. Joel D, Rain, Bozlne, driving wrong way on four-lane divided highway, $5. Gwendolyn A. Berger, Wichita, failure to display current license plate, $5. Charles C. Dales, Pratt, careless driving, »I5. Robin D. Campbell, 300 H/do Park, speeding, $30. Howard W. Crank, Buhler, speeding, $15. Geronlmo G. Florez, 1017 East 13th, speeding, $12. Rotiert R. Weber, Mt. Hope, failure lo have red flag on load prolect- ing mora than four feet to the rear, $5. Edward K. Anderson, Newton, Inadequate exhaust system,$5, failure to have turn signals or brake lights as required, $5, Inodoqualo trailer hitch, $5. Herman A. Loepp, WIcWta, speeding, $13, Julie E. Wolgel, 311 Crescent, speeding, $10. Jesse D. Oswalt, Little River, failure to have red flag on load projecting more than four feet to the rear, $5. Norman C. Walker, Mt. Hope, failure to have dally log book, $5. Orval G. Smith, Wichita, speeding, $13. Herbert L. Bosthorn, Clal- lin, failure lo have physical card as required, $5. Paul W. Chansler 11, RFD 1, speeding, $30. Daniel L. Henderson, Haven, failure to have proper license plate, 45. Steven R. Kohler, 73 Eastwood, speeding, $20. William D. Coleman, RFD 3, driving left of center, $5. Wayne M. Heskoth, 27 Delroil, South Hutchinson, no name, address or gross weight on truck, $5. Sharon S. Curloss, 754 Cole, defective exhaust system, $5, failure to have driver's license after being a resident 90 days, $5. Leonard W. Hendrickson, 202 West 23rd, parking oi\ ro.iclway \wltt\oul lights, $5. other — Ralph E. Gresham, 1324 East 3rd, failure lo have one life preserver on board per person, $5. Harold F. Gough, 3401 East 30lh, operating a boat In a non-bonting area, $5. DISTRICT Civil — Carl Juhnke vs. Herbert R. Hei .3 Jr„ case transferred to division II for trial. Plaintiff astcs $48,750 as the result ot alleged breach of contract by the defendant. First National Bank vs. J. Carlyle Symns and Donna C. Symns, plaintiff granted $15,00!) summary judgment against J. Carlyle symns only. Armslrong Rubber Company filed suit against Aulo and Tire Service Inc., and J. Carlyle Symns, corporation officer. Plaintiff seeks $6,765 allegedly due on purchases. DIVORCIiS Oranttd — Helen L. Halo from Per- clval L. Hale. Traffic Occidents Sept. 11 - 7;46 a.m. 60O Block North Main. Sloven W. Alexander, 21, Topeka, and Drucii D, Haskin, 25, 116 West 15th. Alexander received arm and chest Injuries, nol Irealod, charged wllh careless driving. Haskin received nock Injury, not tre .Tled. 12:39 p.m. - 700 Block EasI 4lh. Russell R. Moorman, 28, WIndom, and Richard D. Hill, 22, 152A WoodlBwn. Moorman charged with caroless driving. 3:06 p.m, — First Block West Sherman. Arthur H. Fabrlzlus, 47, 1419 Orchard; Harold E. Might, 42, 1615 West 17th, and Edward J, Coin, SO, 812 West 20th. Cain charged wllh careless driving. Edward D. Lindonsmllh, 20, 1431 Orchard, a passon- flor In the Fabrlzlus vehicle, was taken by ambulance to North Hospital, treated for nock and back Injuries. Sept. 12 — 10:08 a.m. 7th and Poplar. Ruby S. Knsper, 52, 827 East 8th, and Karon J, Fast, 21, 222 EasI B. Kasper charged wllh driving wrong way down o one-way street. Passenger In her vehicle, Billy Slophcn Kasper, 9, 8i7 East 8th, was taken to South Hospital by ambulance, treated for lace and arm injuries. Fast taken by police vehicle to South Hospital, treated for bump to head. 5:06 p.m, — 46 Falrcresl. Randy D. Burlon, ID, 300 West 26th, and Joe W. Shepherd, 540 East A. Burlon charged wllh careless driving aftor his vehicle struck a parked vehicle owned by Shepherd. 3:37 p.m. - First Block West 4th. Rex L. Klein, 30, 1323 East 8lh, and Johnny F. Perkins, 59, Plovna. Perkins charged wllh Inadequate brakes, no driver's II- conso. Marvinge Licenses Ronald L. GInest, 26, 1304 West 11th, and Trade R. Sullivan, 22, Burrton, Weather in the News Mostly fair weather for central U.S. Elsewhere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Pr Albany, rain 84 67 .01 Albu'que, clear 92 62 Amariilo, clear 94 60 Anchorage, clear ...57 43 Ashevllle, cidy 78 55 .10 Atlanta, clear 83 58 Birmingham, clear .86 54 .. Bismarck, clear 75 44 Boise, clear 85 55 .. Boston, tidy 76 65 .18 Buffalo, rain 70 64 ,38 Charleston, cIdy .,..87 67 Charlotte, cidy 83 57 .30 Chicago, cIdy 72 58 Cincinnati, cidy ...71 60 .. Cleveland, rain 73 65 .48 Denver, clear 81 64 Des Moines, clear . 88 54 Detroit, cidy 73 61 .. Duluth clear 75 43 .. Fairbanks, clear ...56 44 .. Fort Worth, clear ..94 66 .. Green Bay, cidy ...66 48 Helena, clear 79 43 Honolulu, clear 87 74 .02 Houston, cidy 89 65 Ind'apolls, cidy ...73 56 .. Jacks'vllle, cidy ...89 73 Juneau, rain 56 41 .17 Kansas City, clear .91 63 .. Little Rock, clear . 91 60 ., Los Angeles, cidy ..103 81 .. Louisville, clear ....77 58 .. Marquette, clear ...64 55 Memphis, clear 85 60 Miami, cidy 90 76 .60 Milwaukee, clear ...69 50 Mpls-St.P., clear .. 83 48 .. New Orleans, cidy .88 72 New York, rain ....82 74 .80 Okla. City, clear ...93 60 .. Omaha, clear 90 53 Phllad'phia, rain ..82 71 .71 Phoenix, clear 110 82 Pittsburgh, rain ... 69 62 .57 Ptland, Me., rain ...68 60 .55 Plland, Ore., clear .76 58 Rapid City, clear ...78 48 .. Richmond, cidy 81 «o .88 SI. Louis, clear 83 58 .. Salt Lake, clear ...86 58 .. San Diego, cidy ...94 74 ., San Fran., clear ...88 62 .. Seallle, cidy 68 55 Spokane, clear 75 49 Tampa, cidy 84 77 1.00 Washington, cidy 76 69 .37 CANADIAN CITIES: Edmonton, cidy 77 37 Montreal, rain 76 59 .53 Toronto, rain 72 62 .16 Winnipeg, clear 75 46 Extettded Outlook Kansas Eextended outlook Wednesday through Friday — cloudy and cool northwest through the period and variable cloudiness and near normal temperatures southeast. High temperatures will average near 705 northwest to lower 80s southeast. Low temperatures will average middle 40$ northwest to lower 60s southeast. Chance of showers east Wednesday Thursday and Friday. Forecasts MISSOURI — Continued sunny and pleasant today with the highs In the 80s except near 90 In the bootheel. Continued lair wllh little temperature change tonight and Tuesday night. Kansas Points Mostly clear with little change in temperature on Tuesday. The high in the upper BOs to near 90 in the southeast. The low Tuesday night in the middle to upper 50s. OKLAHOMA—Sunny and warm this afternoon and Tuesday. Highs mainly 90s. Fair and mild tonight with lov/s 57 to 66. TOPEKA (AP) — High and low temperatures in Kansas tor the period ending at 6 a.m. Monday: High — Dodge City and Abilene, 95; Low — Hill City, 47; Goodland Hill City Russell Saiina Concordia Topeka Manhattan Pittsburg Wamego Garden City Dodge City Hutchinson Wichita Emporia Chanule Coffeyvilie Abilene 83 50 84 47 94 52 94 58 91 54 92 s; 93 56 89 63 93 51 90 51 95 55 94 65 92 60 89 59 88 61 89 45 95 54 Precipitation Probabilities KANSAS ZONES 4, 7 and 8 — Today sunny and little change in temperature with light variable winds. High low 905. Mostly clear and mild with light variable winds tonight. Low upper 50s. Tuesday clear to partly cloudy with highs In upper 803. Precipitation probabilities . . . near zero today an dtonlght. 5 per cent Tuesday. ZONE 9 and 10 (Hutchinson) — Generally fair with little change in temperature today tonight and Tuesday. Light and variable winds today and tonight. High this afternoon around 90. Low tonight around 60. High Tuesday lower 90s. Precipitation probability near zero per cent today tonight and Tuesday. Hourly Temp. Hutchinson Temps. Monday Sunday Time Temp. Time Temp. 1 a.m. . 75 1 p.m. . 84 2 .... 73 2 88 3 .... 49 3 .... SO 4 .... 46 4 , ,. .... 92 5 .... 61 5 .. .... 93 4 .... 40 4 .... 93 7 .... 60 7 .... 93 9 62 8 .... 90 9 .... 44 9 .... 88 10 .... 72 10 .... 84 11 .... 79 11 . 82 12 noon .... at 12 midnight . 79 Stop Bickering and Jockeying: Agnew SAN JUAN, P.R. (AP) Vice President Spiro T. Agnew urged Americans today to set aside "petty bickering" and political jockeying, and lielp President Nixon in tlie quest for a new prosperty without inflation. He told the nation's governors the administration is open to ideas, and is searching for imptryvements, in president Nixon's new economic policy. "We all want the new prosperity, without inflation and witlioiit war," he said in a speech prepared for the 63rd National Governors Conference. "No party and no political leader has a monopoly on wisdom or an exclusive on the common goals of all Americans." Agnew disputed Democratic labor charges that the tax measures recommended by Nixon are unfairly weighted in favor of big business and the affluent. "The facts are that the president has proposed a balanced tax package," he said And he dismissed the assertion of critics tliat profits should have been frozen along with wages and prices. He said profits produce taxes, and encourage the productivity that can conquer inflation. "Let me say the unsayable," Agnew said. "Rising corporate profits are good for the average man, and are needed more than ever by the poor." While he defended the Nixon program, Agnew said it "was not handed down from Mt. Olympus; it should be subject to the most seraching analysis, and wliene it can be improved, ib should and will be improved." Markets Stock Market Voses Lower NEW YORK (AP) - Stock market prices nosed lower in moderate trading today, though blue chips appeared to be firming. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials at 2 p.m. was off 0.88 at 190.12. Earlier, the blue chip indicator was off more than 2. Declines outnumbered advances on the New York Stock Exchange by 7 to 4. NEW YORK (AP) — Latest slock prices: Last Net Chq Admiral 17V4 U V, Allied Ch 33 '/4 D ^.4 Aliis Ch 13 ^4 DV. Alcoa 52 '/8 D Am Airline 35Vx U Vs Am Cyan 34'^ Am Motors 7 VA Am TS.T 431 /a Ampex Cp ......17 .15% 72% 4mi 15'/< 24 15% 77 '/2 223'. 30% 45Q 45% Anaconda Atl Rich Beat Fds Beech Air Beth Stl . Boeing Ceianese Cessna Air Chrysler Cities Svc C B S Com Sat 44V< Cent Can 34% Cent Oil 31% Cor GW 2451 /2 Curtiss Wr li :','4 Dow Chm 74'/j Du Pont 154 East Kod 84 Echlin Mf 48 ^8 Emer El Firestone FMC Cp Ford Gen Dynam Gen Eiec Gen Mills 74 '/2 54 29V4 49% ....211 /4 43% 35V2 Gen Mot 83 '/2 G Tel El Goody r Grace .31 .34% .31% Gulf Oil 28% Halliburt Hercules Homestake IBM... Int Harv Int Pap . Kan GE Kan P8,L Kaly Ind Kerr Mc Kroger Lilton Marcor Martin M 67VJ 51 ... 25 301 Vi 28% 35 V'l U 24'/* 24% 11 '/2 44V2 301 /2 27 33'/» 19'/a D 3/9 D V« D l.i! D D '.a D 1,4 U 1/4 D 1/4 D Va U V« U % D Va U i/a U 2 D 1 /4 D 2 D 11 /4 D 1/8 D % U Va D a /4 D 1/2 D 1% U % U 1/3 U i/s U % U i/a D 1/4 U =,'4 D 1/2 D 3V4 U 1/4 1/4 U I .'4 D % McDonn D 27'/« U Va D % Mid S UtII .22'/a Minn MM 121 Mobil Oil Monsan Nabisco Nat Gyp No N Gas Pan Am A Panh EP 49% 49 V4 50V4 U 1 D V D 1/ U 1/ Proc R C Safeway St Joe M St Reg P Sa Fe Ind . Sears R . S O Cal . SO Ind . S 0 NJ .. Texaco Timken Trans W A Un Carbide Un Eiec , Uniroyal US Steel W.N Union Westg El Woolworth 22% D i/« 48 U % 551 /4 23% D Sa S 205 .8 D 1 /8 11% D 1 /4 32% U 1 /8 6Vi U i/a 72% U 1 73% U 1/2 32% D % 21 VJ D VJ 57% D Va 35% U % 22% D % 34% D 1 /4 32% D IVa 921 /2 D % 551 /4 U % 65 Vj D i/a 731/2 33 D Va 42 D 1 /8 321/2 D % 47% 18% D 1 /8 21 D % 311 /4 D % 441/2 D 1 /8 931/1 ....Sl',ii D % Local Stocks Druminer Bo/ Hesston I61/2 Medicalodges 1% Nat'l Inv. Co., Inc 3 Amer. Inv. Life Ins 71 /4 Bid Asked % % 17 2V2 3% 7% Open High Low 1 pm. Cessna 23 23 22% 22% W. R. Grace 31% 31% 311 /2 31'/j Frontier 51 /4 5% SV* 51 /4 Dillons 221/2 22 '/2 221/2 22V2 Intarpace 2B1 /3 28i/j 271 /4 271 /4 Morton-Norwich .. 24V8 26V8 25% 25% Cattle-Hog Markets Chicago CaHli Ocf. Dec. Feb. P.C 32.35 32.15 31.77 Close 32.3S 32.32 31.95 Chicago Hog Futures Oct. Dec. P.C 18.» 19.20 Close 18.50 19.70 Pork Bellici P.C. Close Feb. Mar. 29.02 29.25 29.17 29.40 Local Markets •TRUCK WHeAT -1.27. BRAN-2.75. SHORTS-2.75. WICHITA TRUCK WHEAT-1,27. 'Board of Trade quotation, not necessarily elevator price. Monday Night 6-9 P.M. SPECIAL Country Maid (With each$3.00 Purchase) All Flavors V2 Gaf. ALL HUTCHINSON DILLON STORES Wheat, Corn, Beans Drop CHICAGO (AP) - Soybeans futures prices sank 7 cents a bushel on the Chicago Board of Trade Monday. Wheat prices declined 2V2 cents and corn around 2 cents, but there was some recovery before the close. Oats declined around Vz cent. Kansas City Wheat Sept. Doc. Mar. May P.C 1.44% 1.42% 1.44 1.41% Open 1.47 1 .421 /4 1. 431 /4 1.41 1/2 High 1.47% 1.423,4 1.44 1.41% Low 1 .44% 1.42 1 .431 /4 1.411 /4 Close 1 .471/2 1.42% 1 .431/2 1.41% Chicago Oati Sept. Dec. Mar. P.C 65 '/4 .67 .67 Close 65 .66'/t .44% CHICAGO SOYBEANS Sept. Nov. Jan. P.C 3.17% 3.19% 3.24 Close 3.10 3.14 3.1778 Chicago Wheat Sept. Dec. Mar. May P.C 1 .471/2 1.47% 1.49 1.441 /2 Open 1 .451/2 1 .451 /i 1.47 1.44 High 1.44% 1.46% 1.48 1.44 Low 1 .451/2 1.45 1.47% 1 .44 Close 1.45% 1.44 1.47 1.45% Chicago Corn Sept. Dec. Mar. May P.C 1.181/a 1.18 ^4 1.22% 1.25% Open 1.17% 1.17 '/4 1.211 /2 1.25 High l .m 'a 1.17V4 1.21% 1.25 Low I .I61/2 1.16 1.20% 1.24 Close J.14:!a 1.14% 1.21 1.23'/ Chicago Eggs Sept. Oct. P.C 35.70 34.05 Close 37 .50 34.90 Grain Receipt WHEAT — Hutchinson, today 330; week ago H; year ago *49. Wichita 122; K.C. 147; Saiina 40; Ft. Worth 23. CORN-K.C. 133. OATS—K.C. 4. KAFIR—Hutchinson 4; K.C. 204. Hutchinson Wheat Hutchinson Board of Trade Closing wheat price 1/2 high. Basis 1 higher. Demand good. Cash Sales (KC Basis) No Sales. KANSAS CITY (AP) Wheat 147 cars: lower to I1/2 n higher; No. 2 hard 1.58; No. 3 1.51-I.511 /2; No. 2 red wheat 1 .481/2,' No. 3 1 .451/2 -1. 491 /4 n. Corn 133 cars: unchanged to 3%n lower; No. 2 white 1.28- I.33n; No. 3 1.15-1.32n; No. 2 yellow 1.211 /4; No. 3 I .O81 /41.21 1 /4 n. Oats 4 cars: nominally unchanged; No. 2 white .56-,75n; No. 3 .61-.74n. No. 2 mllo 1 .ei -1.93n. No. 2 rye .96-$1.04n. No. 2 barley 1.10-I.18n, No. 1 soybeans 2.98-3.13%. Sacked bran 42.00-42.75. Sacked shorts 42.0O-42 .75. Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) High WHEAT Sep Dec Mar May Jul CORN Sep Dec . Mar May Jul OATS Sep Dec Mar May Jul SOYBEANS Sep 3.14 Nov 3.18% Jan 2.23 Mar 3.28 May 3.30% Jul 3.32 Aug 3.271 /4 1.47% 1.44% 1.48 1.44 1.39 1.17% 1.171 /4 1.21% 1.25 1.27 .4Si/a .47 .47 .44% .65% Monday: Low Close 1 .451/2 1.45% 1 .45 1.46 1.46% 1 .47 1.44 * 1 .45% 1 .371 /4 1 .37% 1 .141/2 1.14% 1.14 1.161 /8 1.20% 1.20% 1.23% 1.23% 1,25 %1.25% .65 .65 .66% .66% .661/2 .64% .661 /4 .661 /4 .651/2 .65% 3.10 3.10 3.13 3.14 3.17% 3.17% 3.22 3.22% 3 .251/2 3.241 /4 3.27 3.271/2 3.22 3.22% Livestock Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) - Cattle 2,0C0; calves 100; slaughter classes fully steady feeders steady; steers high choice and prime 33.50; choice 32.25-33.25; few 31.50-32.25; mixed good and choice 31.00-50; heifers choice 31.00-32.00; cows utility and commercial 19.50-21.50; high cutter and lean utility 21.0022.50; choice fleshy 700-900 Ib 32.00-33.00; feeder heifers and heifer calves good and choice 300-425 lb 31.00-34.00. Hogs 5,500; barrows and gilts steady to weak; 1-3 210-240 Ib 18.50-75; uneven lots 18,25; 1-2 195-210 Ib 18.00-50; sows steady to 50 higher; advance on weights over 400 lb; 1-3 290-40O Ib 15.50-14.25; 2-3 400-600 Ib 15.00-75. Sheep 500; all classes fully steady; spring lambs choice 25.00-27.00; Including no. 1-2 pelts 27.00; ewes cull to good 3.50-4.00. Estimates for tomorrow: cattle 800; calves 100; hogs 5,000; sheep 500. WICHITA, Kan. (AP) Cattle 400; steers and hellers , steady to 25 lower; cows 50-1.00 higher; steers choice few high good 32.40-65; choice 32.15-40; heifers choice some high good 30.80-31.00; mixed good and choice 29.60-30,70; cows utility and commercial 20.00-23 .oo; high drsesing to 24.80. Hogs 1,500; barrows and gilts steady; 1-2 210-230 Ib 18.50; 1-3 200-240 lb 18.25-50; 1-3 240-260 Ib 17,75-18.25; sows Steady; 1-3 300-550 lb 14.25-16.25. Sheep 300; all classes steady; spring lambs choice and prima 26.50; choice end of prime 25.50-26.00; ewes cull to good 3.0O-5.OO; spring lambs choice and fancy 24.50-25.50; choice 24.00-25.00. Produce Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) Wholesale eggs: large, 80 per cent A 29-37; medium, 80 per cent A 20-30. CHICAGO (AP) — CUSDA) Buttor: unchanged; 93 score AA <7y4-67-784 ; 92 A 47.784 ; 90 B unquoted. Eggs! Issued only on Wednesday and Friday. : Try 3 The New I • Camelot • Inn (^6th & Adams, Hutchinson! • ?7 up- ( % for Reservations I 0 Phone 663-6175 Collect | 0 Color TV Every Room I Page 2 The Hutchinson News Monday, September 13, 1971 News Briefs Hurricanes Threaten MIAMI (AP) - Edith, a deadly tropical storm that refuses to die, drifted 320 miles southeast of Brownsville, Tex., early today wliile younger sister Heidi barreled up the Atlantic coastline. As Edith and Heidi menaced the United States mainland. Hurricane Ginger slashed a path that endangered shipping in the Atlantic east of Bermuda, the remnants of tropical storm Fern after breaking up in the mountains of Mexico and a new tropical depression was moving toward Barabados at an 18 mile-per-hour clip. Farm Value Drops TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - The dollar value of Kansas farmland dropped 5 per cent in the two-year period from March 1%9 to last March, Morgan Williams, state director of the Farmers Home Administration, reported today. During the same period, he added, farmland in the United States averaged a 7 per cent increase. Kansas' farmland declined from $158 per acre to $150 per acre during the period, while nationally the value went up from $187 an acre to $199. The Kansas decline was the largest experienced by any state in the nation, Williams said. Only Arizona's 3 per cent ^p was close to Kansas' decrease. No'Speech Rally TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - Kansas Republicans from 27 counties will stage an old-fashioned barbecue picnic and political rally—but without the longwinded political speeches—in Salina's Lakewood Park Sept, 24, Henry B. Jameson announced. Jameson, publisher of the Abilene Record - Chronicle and chairman of the GOP picnic, said Kansas Republicans have lots of enthusiasm, "but they are getting a bit tired of listening to speeches, especially at this season of an off-year." Studies Boyle Case WASHINGTON (AP) - A U.S. district judge said today he will take under advisement a government motion to use evidence developed by a Senate committee and a Pennsylvania criminal case in the trial against United Mine Workers president W.A. "Tony" Boyle. The Labor Department has charged Boyle and his top leadership with election fraud in the 1969 campaign. The govern- rnent is attempting to make Boyle rerun the election under federal supervision.'' B52s Raid Again SAIGON (AP) - U.S. B52 bombers mounted fresh raids today along the demilitarized zone and Laos border, while South Vietnamese forces uncovered more bodies of enemy soldiers and three giant Soviet- made artillery guns. Fliers to Testify FT. MEADE, Md. (AP) Army fliers who saw the bloodied bodies of women and children at My Lai during an American infantry assault on the Vietnamese hamlet 3Va years ago are scheduled as witnesses this week at the trial of Col. Oran K. Henderson. The Hutciiinson News MO 2-3311 The Associated Press Is entitled to tin use by reproduction of all local news, printed In the newspaper as well as all AP News dispatches. Published dally and Sunday at 300 West Second Hutchinson, Kansas 47501 Stuart Awbrey Editor and Publlstier Richard D. Popp John G. Harris Advertising Director Production Manager Department Heads News: R. E. Coldren, managing editor. Wayne Lee, associate editor, James Hitch, news editor. Rlct» Lovett, nlg^it editor. Millie Hurlahs, weekend editor. Circulation: DennI* Smith, managor. Clarence Ealas, mailing room foreman. Advertjilng: Louisa Foothee, classified manager, Business: James Drake, manager. Art Fabrlzlus, office manager. Production! Robert NIcklln, Ray Gordon, composing room foremen, R. C. Rob. Inson, D. E. Mangels, press room foremen. N 231 ME/^BER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Single copy 10c. Sunday 20c. Rural Mall In slate of Kansas, one year $27.81; tlx months $14,94; one month UM, EUewhare by mall, una year UO.OOi «lx month* $14.00; one month $3.00. Price Includes postag* and appllcabli '••let tax.

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