The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on September 14, 1971 · Page 16
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Vo Residual Viet Force? SAIGON (AP) - The Nixon administration apparently has shifted its thinking on maintaining a residual force of 20,000 to 50,000 men in Vietnam after the bulk of American combat troops withdraw. Sources said statements attributed to Gen. Creighton W. Abrams that he does not envisage a residual foice of U.S. troops in Vietnam indicated that the Nixon administration is tliinJdng in terms of an advisory mission, rather thaji support for the Vietnamese troops, and over a period of one to three years, for the U.S. forces that remain behind. The general conception of a residual force has been 20,000 to 50,000 artillery, air logistics and some combat support troops for the security of the U.S. forces themselves, remaining for an indefinite period. Dr. Paul While Into Red China KANSAS CITY (AP) - Two prominent American cardiologists entered The People's Republic of China Monday, officials at the University of Missouri-Kansas City said they learned. Local Markets •TRUCK WHEAT-1.28. BRAN—2.7S. SH0RT^2.75. WICHITA TRUCK WHEAT-1.28. •Board of Trade quotation, not necessarily elevator price. Weather in the News , nm <iifti* No major temperature change expected. Kauscis Points TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - High and low temperatures (or the Z/l-hour period ended at 6 a.m.: Goodland K 51 Hill City 9^ 58 Russell 93 61 Salina 92 67 Concordia 90 «2 Topeka 90 66 Coffeyville 92 65 Wamego 90 66 Garden City n M Dodge City 94 68 Hutchinson 98 66 Wichita 9/ 62 Emporia 90 66 Chanuto 91 65 Plltstaurg 92 65 Forecasts AAISSOURI Hlgri.? today 85 to 90 north to low to mid 90^ elsewhere. Some increasinq cloudiness tonight with the .slight chance of a thundershovj- er east. Lows tonight near 50s oxtremo north to lov/ 60s south. Mostly clear Wednesday and Wednesday night. Highs Wednesday low 1o mid 70s north to low to mid 805 south. Lows Wednesday night In SOs. OKLAHOMA—Fair to partly cloudy and turning much cooler tonight and Wednesday. 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CALL OR WRITE FINANCE CO., INC. 14 West 1st • Hutchinson, Kansas MO 2-6679 Other Mid-Plains offices in Kansas Elsewhere By THE ASSOCIATED High Albany, cidy 74 Albu'quc, clear Amarillo, clear 92 Anchorage, rain 55 Ashevillc, cldy 67 Atlanta, clear 76 Birmingham, clear 82 Bismarck, clear 86 Boise, clear 83 Boston, rain 71 Buffalo, cldy 73 Charleston, clear 83 Charloltc, clear 79 Chicago, clear 78 Cincinnati, clear 73 Cleveland, cldy 67 Denver, clear 93 Dos Moines, clear 8.1 Detroit, clear 7.'i Duluth, cldy H Fairbanks, cldy S7 Fort Worth, clear Green Bay, AA M Helena, cle ,5r 72 Honolulu, clear 87 Houston, clear 88 Ind'aplls, clear 77 Jacks'ville, clear 88 Juneau, rain 51 Kansas City, clear 106 untie Rock, clear 95 Los Angeles, clear 76 Marquette, M M Memphis, clear 80 Miami, cldy 89 Milwaukee, clear 76 Mpls-St.P., clear 79 New Orleans, clear 86 New York, rain 75 Okla. City, clear 97 Omaha, clear 87 Phllad'phia, cldy 76 Phoenix, clear lOB Pittsburgh, rain 73 Plland, Me., rain 69 Ptiand, Ore., clear 70 Rapid City, cldy 90 40 Richmond, cldy 77 61 St. Louis, clear 92 58 Salt Lake, clear 08 52 San Diego, clear 92 68 San Fran., clear 79 72 Seattle, clear 64 49 Spokane, clear 70 42 Tampa, cldy 07 57 Washington, cldy 81 64 CANADIAN CITIES Edmonton, cldy 59 42 Montreal, rain 63 6t Toronto, cldy 66 62 Winnipeg, clear 76 43 (M—Missing, T—Trace) PRESS Low Pr 64 .99 58 61 47 .30 57 57 57 .. 45 49 63 .87 65 .41 65 58 60 57 62 1.54 46 . 58 . 49 55 33 66 M M 44 7? 72 .. 54 62 45 .13 77 64 ,. 57 M M 67 75 .85 53 .. 58 61 .. 68 2.18 61 60 65 .94 80 63 .33 58 1.10 46 .. .20 .33 .27 Precipitation Probabilities Zones 4, 5 and i — Highs today In 70s. Clear and cooler tonight with northerly winds 10 to 15 mph. Low In mid 40s. Sunny and mild Wednesday. Highs In 70s. Zones 9 and 10 (Hutchinson) — Generally lair through Wednesday. Highs today 87 to 92. Lows tonight around 60. Highs Wednesday around 00. fl ouri Temp, Hutchinson Tomps. Tuesday Monday TImo Temp. Time Temp. 1 a.m . 76 I p.m 86 2 . .. 74 7 93 a 73 3 96 4 72 4 97 5 72 5 6 70 6 97 7 ... 69 / 96 8 68 0 .... 95 9 ... 72 9 . . 93 10 72 10 92 It 72 11 90 12 noon ,,. . 73 12 midnight . 08 .' JUNIOR SUBORDINATED ^ .^t NOTES • ISSUED FOR S'*^ YEARS...maturuy60 i| monihs from dale ! of issue. ^ • 9% INTEREST pay- ,,v able quarterly. j • $500, OR ANY ,v AMOUNT AUOVE... ,V; s^in multiples of $1(X). • OWNERSII I P"^ TRANSFERABLE at any timo without Ecrvice charge. This announcement Is neither an oiler to sell, nor a sollcllaiion i of an oiler to buy J iheia securities. T /ie oiler Is m,vlc only , 'jiii^- tho prospectus. •-^ obtain .1 , I 'rospL 'ctus from our ' REGISTERED SECURITIES "f REPRESENTATIVES ; (UCENSnOliyniC STATE) i IN CARE Ol" f. INTERSTATE SECURITIES > j .i COMPANY f;i- t,. at the ailelroi!; "j\ lislcii liclow W. C. Whifo Brcirtch Mancigor 29 SOUTH MAIN 662-0263 > Daily Transcript Hospitdh NORTH HOSPITAL BIRTHS Boys — Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Montandon, 727 West 6th, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne L. Fenwick, 1003 North Jackson, Monday. MT . and Mrs. Harold A. Day. U19 North Main, Tuesday. The Coil Its Municipal Traffic — Pamela Jo Smith, U\9 West 15th, ignoring street barricade, SIO. Richard S. Gagnebin, 1524 Brookwood, speeding, $10. Nadine G. Smith, .m West 12lh, speeding, $7. Mary E, Long, 25 Sunset, disobeying red traffic tight, SIO. Wendell l-l. Morgan, 1028 East 8th, speeding S8. Leroy R. Bartlett, 1717 East 2nd, speeding, $11. Nancy J. Foster, 905 East 31st Terrace, speeding, 514. Bob L. Renncr, 1500 West 4th, no driver's license, dismissed. Russell R. A/\oorman, Windom, careless driving, $10. William C. Horton, 429 West 15th, passing left of double yellov/ line, $10. William U. Meyer III, 617 East 4th, no approved helmet, $10. Barbara A. Masscv^, 108 West 7th, speed ing, $10. Nancy L. Mincar, 17 North Pop lar, speeding, SIO. Betty C. Smith, 24 FaircresI, speeding, $6. Cynthia S. Rayl, 49 Rambler, no driver's license, dismissed; speeding, $11. Leia M. Hufford, 111 East Carpenter, failing to display current license plate, $5, Albert J. Antoine, 1811 North Walnut, disobeying red traffic light, $10. Bradley Zimmerman, 1625 East 26th, speeding, $10. Wilmelta J. Moore, 1109 North Hendricks, speeding, $7. Leslie D. Fehr, 908 East 17th, speeding, 612. Dorothy M. Sumptor, speeding, $8. Pauline Nov/insky, 411 East 16th, disobeying red traffic light, $10. Carolyn J. Unruh, 323 East 17th, speeding, S7. Davlda A. Hedgor, 1607 Dixie, speeding, $10. Jay L. Carter, 1703 North Van Buren, Improper left turn, $10. Elizabeth A. Sum mers, 1319 East 61h, disobeying stop sign, $10 and 10 day's, paroled to attend traffic school. Oriando J. Wagoner, 101 Kansas, disobeyind red traffic light, found innocent. Pamela J. Carithers, 116 Downing, failing to yield right of way to a vehicle lawfully within an intersection, found in noccnt. Leroy Davis Jr., 520 East Camp- boll, speeding, 545. Michael L. Wiens, 1227 East 3rd, speeding, $24; no driver's 11- censo, dismissed. Barbara J. Kennedy, 909 Bloomvillo, following too closely, $10 and 10 days, paroled to attend traffic school. Cynhla A. Putz, 308 East 10th, speeding, $17 and 10 days. Harlan E. Foikett, 213 West 9lh, reckless driving, dismissed. Myrlo E. Walden, 423 East Carpenter, muffler making excessive noise, $10 remitted. Robert C. Inghram, 104 East G, driving wlttt suspended 11 cense, continued to Sept. 21, James W. Ivey Jr., 422 East C, driving while Intoxl catcd, careless driving, continued to Sept. 28. Clarence R. Edwards, 112 South Adams, driving left of center, driving without headlights, no driver's license, trail sot for Oct. 5. Criminal — Waneita P. Eckstein, 1107 East 6th, Illegal possession ot liquor in tavern, trial set for Nov. 4. MAGISTRATE Traffic — William F. WIechen, Ellsworth, speeding, $10. Noel F. AAorgan, Kansas City, speeding, $13. Lavorne R. Frieson, Buhier, speeding, $21. Kenneth R. Reichubor, Wichita, disobeying a stop sign, 65. Gerald L. Steele, 1314 East 7th no driver's license, $5. Michael D. Gallo- v/ay, 3118 North Hendricks, speeding, $16. Francis W. Ludlow, Sterling, speeding, $23. William R. Moore, Lyons, unsafe equipment on vehicle, $5, Illegal use and display of license plate, $5. William N. Bowles, Nickerson, no red lights on load extending more than four feet to the rear, $5. William F. Harper, 1010 North Main, legal display of tag, $5. Shirley S. Hall, Ml. Hope, speeding, $11. Harry E. Jones, 102 East 5th, disobeying a stop sign, $5. Charles A. Reltberger, RFD 4, no red flag on load extending more than four feet to the rear, $5. Louis R. Patrick, Nickerson, speeding, $12. Clyde Martin, 705 West 5th, Illegal u-turn on curve, $5, no driver's license, $5. Gary D. Vitteloe, 409 Roberts, no driver's license, $5. Robert O'Neal, 317 East D, South Hutchinson, speeding, ei6. Charles M. Graham, 230 Forest, South Hutchinson, speeding, $10. Earl J. Geddes, 318 William, no safety equipment, $5. William C. Graham, 1203 West 31st, failure to display current lag, $5. Richard W. Manwarrcn, Sylvia, no driver's license, $5. Larry C. Marcum, 725 Duffy, parking on roadway without llght.s, $5. Feilx Vick, 29 East F, no driver's license, $5. Criminal — Ricky Blackburn, 1612 West 4th, arraigned on grand larceny. Ho Is accused of stealing a loot box and toots from Complon J. Complon. Preliminary hearing scheduled Sept. 24. Other — Jack E. Henry, Wichita, hunting doves with an unplugged gun, S5. Richard D. Sinclair, Wichita, operating a motor boat In a non-boating area, $5. Civil — L. J. Beuller vs. Clark Halher- ington Sr., suit for $15,000 actual damages and $15,000 punitive damages, dimlssod. Plaintiff alleged lie purchased stock from the defendant in Seven Knights Inlerna- tlonal, and the defendant tailed to transfer securities to l\lm. DIVORCES Granted -- Ann Loo Davis from Dennis Leroy Davis. Robert J. Windsor from Sally tl. Windsor. Traffic Accidents Sept. 13 — 7:51 a.m. East exit of South Main Bridge. Steven R. Woodson, 20, 207 East 2nd, and Elolso A. Allsup, 21, 103 East 7lh, South Hutchinson. Woodson charged wllh careless driving. 9:'19 a.m. — 17lh and Adams. Deborah K. Gralinn-i, 18 , 6500 East 30lli, and Esther R. Florez, 47, 1017 East 13lh. Graham charged with disobeying rod traffic light. 10:09 a.m. First Olock East Isl. Leroy O. Ilordnian, 20, 100 West 6th, South Hutchinson, and Robert M. Wilson, IB, 3006 Norlhwcslern. Wilson charged wllh failing to yield right ol way wtien emerging from alloy. Wliere\s the Fire? Sept. 11 — 2:02 p.m. Sl\crmnn and Mndlson. Car fire. Sept. 12 — 8:32 p.m. -- 205 North Elm. lllega-l trash burning. 9:59 p.m. — 2015 North Van Buren. Trash fire. Sept. 13 — 7:57 p.m. — St. Teresa's Catholic Church. 211 East 5th. Took youth from roof. Sept. 14 -- 9:49 a.m. 5 Meadowlark. Water heater maifunctionlng. No fire. Amhulaiicc Call Sept. 11 — 9:50 a.m. 2800 Block North Hendricks to South Hospital. Transfer. 3:25 p.m. -• Main and Sherman. Auto accident. 5 p.m. — North Hospital to McConnell AFB. Transfer. 7 :13 p.m. — First Block East :0lh. Sick call. 8:15 p.m. — A/lcConncll AFB to North Hospital. Transfer. Sept. 12 — 3:10 a.m. 1400 Block North Main. Fall. 9 p.m. — Clown Town. Sick call. 10 p.m. — Four miles north on Lorraine. Sick call. sept. 13 — 3 :J1 a.m. First Block Sunset Drive. Sick call. 11:41 a .m. — Five miles v/esi and one- quarter south of US50. Sick call. 2:55 p.m. 1300 Block North Landon to Wichita Veterans Administration Center. Transfer. Marriage Licenses Giltwrt L. Hutchinson, 35, Cherokee, Okla., and Virginia Lee Stubby, 30, 621 North Carey. John Caster, 60, Wichita, and Lucille B. Cox, 61, Wichita. Kenneth W. Wood, 34, Inman, and Barbara L. Valentine, 24, 207 West 11th. Deeds Recorded Edv/ard and Mary Barker to Selma E. Pohlman. a tract about one-half mile east and 5','j miios north of central Hutchinson. Norval E. and Ruby Cooper ol .il., to jGlen W. and Esther Dickinson, part of ja tract about 3''i miles v/es( and 2'.^ miles north of central Hutchinson. John A. and Phyllis J. Del Vecchio to S. Eugene and Carol J. Schrock, a tract in Partridge. Colisia Irene Sage et al,, to Mary D. Goortzen, one lot and part of another on south side of ath between Ford and Cleveland. Wayne P. M.arilyn J. Willard to Velma J. Polk, part of four lots on southwest corner of 16th and Tyler. A. C. and Mariorie J. Syler to O. G. and Evelyn Harper, one lot about three miles east and }"i miles north of central Hutchinson. Mark and Verna Cain to Richard L. and Shirley A. Clements, part of three lots on south side of 27th betv/eon Main and Washington. Glenn B. and Fayc C. Van Riper to Elmer E. Smith et al., one lot on south side of Tracy Lane and north of 17th. Coming and Going Arriving — Agnes Hintz from Nickerson to 213 Kansas. Larry D. Wlftorff from Inman to 2727 North Adams. Norman B. Schariz from Great Bend to 1419 East 30th. George Sanders from Excelsior Springs, Mo., to 901 East 12lh. Richard L. Young from Haven to 924 East 10th. Glenn E. Showers from Dallas, Tex., to 2214 East 41b. Joan Thieme from Emporia to 414 East A. John G. Rodriguez from Fredericksburg, Tex., to 12 North Maple. Jim A. Coady from Freeport to 14 South Pershing. Douglas D. Graebner from Garden City to 1707 Blanchard. Michael Bora from Wichita to 300 East A. Danny Southard from Enid, Okla., to 222 Chemical. Steve R. Helm from Attica to 224'/j East 3rd. Leo A. Davis from Elkhart to 713 15fh Circle. Frank Walker from Inman to 818 West 19th. Leaving — Robert Duseease from 3007 Sierra to Bartlesville, Okla. Allen Wedel from 1409 Huxman to Federal Heights, icoio. Phyllis Ragland from 1519 East 26th : to Buhlor. Markets Futures on Wheat Higher CHICAGO (AP) - A late surge of buying power and short-covering sent wheat and soybeans futures from 1 to 2 cents higher on the Chicago Board of Trade Tuesday. The strength in wheat and soybeans tended to influence late buying of com and oats futures. At the close, wheat was up around 2 cents a bushel, September 1.47%; com was a small fraction higher, September 1.16%; oats were a small fraction higher, September GSYs cents and soybeans gained around IVz cents, September 3.11%. Kansas City Wheat Sept. Dec. Mar. May P.C 1.47 '/j 1 .42% 1.43V2 1.41% Open 1.47 ?i 1.42V4 1.43 :'/4 1 .42y .i High ,. 1 .49V4 1 .43V4 1.441/4 1 .42 Low .. 1 .47V'! 1 .421 /4 1.43V2 1.42 Close 1 .48Vi! 1 .42Va 1 .43V4 1.42 Chicago Oats Deaths Michelle Kay Burgan Michelle Kay Burgan, 8, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. GU- bert Burgan, 2804 East 21st, was pronounced dead on ai-riv- al at South Hospital Tuesday morning after she was hit by a car as she was walking to school. She was born July 22, 1963, at Moundridge and the family moved to Hutchinson four years ago from Moundridge. She was a third grader at Union Valley School and attended Sunday School a,t the First Mennonite Church. Survivors include her parents; brother, Michael, and sister, Sandra, all of the home; grandparents: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burgan, Moundridge; Mr. and Mrs. Ted Krehbiel, McPhergon; maternal great - grandmother: Mrs. John J. Goering, Moundridge. Mrs, John F. Penner NEWIW - Mrs. Laura A. Penner, 52, sister of Eldo Nachtigal, Buhier, died Monday at Bethel Deaconess Hospital, Newton, after a long illness. Bom Aug. 21, 1919, in Buhier, she was married to John F. Penner March 28, 1942, in Newton. She lived in Newton since 1936. She was a member of the First Mennonite Church, Newton. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Wednesday al the church; l^ev. Albert Epp. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. Friends may call until service time at the Petersen Funeral Home. The family suggests memorials to the American Cancer Society. William H. Rlcksecker NICKERSON - William H. Rlcksecker, 82, died Monday at South Hospital after a heart attack. Bom Sept. 28, 1888, in Reno County, he married Ruby Eisiminger June 18, 1913, in rural Nickerson. She died Jan. 15, 1964. He was a farmer in rural Nickerson and lived in Nickerson all of his life. Survivors include a son: Jack, 1913 East 30th, Hutchinson daughters: Mrs. June Spaniel, Casper, Wyo.; Mrs. Virginia Innes, Topeka; sister: Mrs. Harold Powell, Nickerson; 11 grandchildren; 13 great - grandchildren. This Ad Must Accompany Your Orders Hutchinson One HOUR THE MOST IN DRY CLEANING ®CcitillCiitian MaiK, Reg. U.S. 525 E. 30th Enjoy the World's Most Popular Dry Cleaning ata thrifty price. Our professional service returns your clothes clean, carefully pressed, looking like new again. Don't miss this special on slacks and trousers. Wednesday, Sept. 15 Thursday, Sept. 16 each MO 2-9101 Mrs. Charles Hcmry DODGE CITY — Mrs. Es^ tachia (Sue) Hemry, 62, died Monday at St. Anthony Hospital, Dodge City, after a short illness. Bom Nov. 22, 1908, in McComb, Mo., she was married to Charles Hemry Sept. 21, 1934, at Lyons. She lived i n Dodge City since 1962. She was a member of the Southwest Art Association. Survivors include the widower; brothers: Elbert and Dewey Durham, Wichita; Owen Durham, Haven; Max Durham, 1112 East 9t'h, Hutchinson; Frank Durham, California; sister: Mrs). Leona Clary, Wichita. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Thursday at the Crawford - Miller Mortuary, Lyons. Burial will be in Lyons Cemetery. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at the mortuary. Rev. Cautious A. Choate Rev. Cautious A. Choate, 73, Wichita, a former Hutchinson area minister, died Monday at Wesley Hospital, Wichita. Bom Jan. 30, 1898 at St. Joseph, 111., be moved to Kansas in 1918 from Illinois. A retired Methodist minister, he was graduated from Friends University and was a member of the College Hill United Methodist Church, Wichita. Area churches in which he served include Halstead, Mt, Hope and Stafford. He was past executive secretary for religious education of the Kansas Central Conference of United Methodist Churches. Survivors include the widow, Ruth; son: C. Arthur Jr., Santa Rosa, Calif.; daughter: Mrs. Phyllis Southard, 0. v e r 1 a n d Park; brother: Calvin, Clio, Mich.; sisters: Mrs. Juanita Passon, Sarwell, Mich.; Mrs. Ruth Campbell, Oxford, Mich. Funeral will be at C o 11 e g e Hill United Methodist Church, Wichita, at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday. Burial will be at 3:30 p.m. in Halstead. The family suggests memorials to the Rev. Cautious A. Choate memorial fund for reconciliation^ in care of the United Methodist Conference Office, 151 North Volut- sin, Wichita. Deaths Elsewhere E. Harry Vann, 78, Meado; funeral 10 a.m. Wednesday' at United Mettiodlst Cliurcli. Jesse B. Blackburn, 83, Ashland. CyrI Emery Crissman, 76, Goodland. Harlan E. Huber, 40, McPherson; funeral 2 p.m. Wednesday at Ball and Son Chnpol. Mrs. Ella M. Combs, 95, Garden City. Mclinda Mayhow, 20, Syracuse; funeral 10 a.m. Tuesday at Resttiaven Cliapel, WIchila; graveside services 2 p.m. Tuesday at Fcllsburg Cemetery, Fellsburg. Arch C. Sever, 86, Dodge City; funeral 2 p.m. Wednesday at Hulpieu - Swalm Chapel. Mrs. Bert Williams, 81, Gcncseo; funeral 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at United Methodist Church. LP or Gas Mark III Multi-room Heating System beautiful wood-grain efficient filtered heating. DEATZ SONS Dial MO 2-2951 209 E. 3rd P.C Close Chicago Soybeans P.C Close Chicago Wheat Sept. Dec. Mar. .65 .665ii .66'/ D .65 ^1! .67la .671/1 Page 2 The Hutchinson News Tuesday, September 14, 1971 Stock Market Down Again NEW YORK (AP) - Stock market prices were modestly lower in late trading today, continuing the slight downward drift of the previous three sessions. Volume was very light, with most traders apparently sitting on the sidelines. NEW YORK (AP) - Latest stoci< prices: Last Net Chg 17Va ews Sept. Nov. Jan. 3.10 3.14 3.m'a 3 .11VS 3.15 3.19VU P.C Open High Low Close Chicago Corn P.C. Open High High Low Close Chicago Eggs P.C. Close Sept. Dec. Mar. May 1.45Va 1.44 1.47 1.45V8 1.45'/2 1.4S44 1.46% 1.44% 1.47% 1.49ya 1.47V4 1.45% 1.45'/2 1.4*1 /4 1.44% I .Am 1.47% 1.48'/8 1 .471/4 Sept. Dec. Mar. May l.Wa 1.16'A 1.20% 1.23% 1.16% 1.15% 1.20'/2 1.23VB 1.17'A 1.15% 1.20'/2 1.23% 1.17V4 1.16 1.21Va 1.24V8 l.Wa 1.15% 1.20% 1.23% 1.16% 1.16'/4 1.21 1.24V8 Sept. Oct. 37.50 34.90 36.80 33.25 Grain Receipt WHEAT — Hutchinson, today 99; week ago 289; year ago 125. K.C. 64; Salina 21; Ft. Worth 1. CORN—K.C. 29. KAFIR-Hutchlnson 1; K.C. 39. Hutchinsott Wheat Hutchinson Board of Trade Closing wheat price 1 higher. Basis I higher. Demand good. Cash sales KC Basis) Volume 4 cars. No. 2 hd and dk hd 4. KANSAS CITY (AP) — Wheat 64 cars, unch-up IVj, No 2 hard 1.51%, No 3 1.48%-1.61 '/4, No 2 red 1.47%-1.50%, No 3 1.45%-1.49%. Corn 29 cars, unch-down 7, No 2 white 1.21-1.30, No 3 1.101.29, No 2 yellow 1.20VJ-1.22, No 3 l.lBVj. Oals none, nom unch. No. 2 white 66-75, No 3 61-74. No 2 mllo 1.Sill -93 . No 2 rye 96-1.04 No 2 barley 1.19-1.18 No 1 soybeans 2.96-3.09V4 Sacked bran 42.0O-75 Sacked shorts 42.0O-7 .S Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) — Tuesday: High Low Close WHEAT Sep Dec Mar May Jul CORN 1.47^8 1 .45% 1 .47% 1.47% 1 .45'/j I.47V2 1.49 1 .46% 1.48% 1.471 /4 1 .44% 1.471 /4 1.391 /4 1.371 /4 1 .38% Sep Dec Mar OATS 1.171 /4 I.UYB 11.16% I.I61 /4 1.15% I.I6I /4 1.21% ^.^m 1.20% Sept .65% .651/8 .655 ,'9 Dec .671 /4 .66% .67% Mar .671/2 .661/2 .671/4 May .66% .66 .66% Jul .661 /4 .66 .661 /4 SOYBEANS 3.111/j 3.081/2 3.11 3.111/2 3.OB1/2 3.1 IVa 3.191/2 3.161 /4 3,191 /4 3.241 /4 3.21 3.23% 3.271/2 3.241/j 3.27% 3.28% 3.26 3.28% Sep Sei Jan Mar May Jul Aug 3.24 '/4 3.21% 3.241 /4 Livestock Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) — Cattle 800; calves lOO; steers and heifers scrace; all classes fully steady; utility and commercial cows 21.00-50; high dressing to 22.00; feeder steers and steer calves high good and choice 250-325 lb 42.00-45.00; choice fleshy 65O-90O lb 32.;;33.80; good fleshy 600-900 lb 29.50-32.00; feeder heifers and heifer calves choice 200-300 lb 35.00-37.50; 300-400 lb 33.00-36.00; choice fleshy 475-750 lb 30.50-32.5; 75985 lb 30.00-31.0. Hogs 3.500; barrows and gills sleady to strong; Instances 25 ' higher; 1-3 210-260 lb 18.50-75; 12 210-230 lb 1B.B5-19.00; sows over 500 lb 25 higher, Instances 50 higher; other weights sleady; 1-3 290-400 lb 15.5016.25; 2-3 400-600 lb 15.00-16.00. Sheep 300; spring lambs strong to 50 higher; ewes steady; feeders scrace; spring lambs choice some with prkme end 26.00-27,50; mixed good and choice 25.0O-26.0O; ewes cull to good 3.50-6.00. WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Cattle 600; steers and heifers scarce, steady; cows steady; steers choice, few high good 32.40-70; choice end of good 31,90-32.35; heifers mixed good and low choice 29.40-30.40; good 28.00-30.00; cows utility and commercial 20.50-23.00; high dressing to 24.7tt. Hogs 1,500; barrows and gilts steady to strong; 1-2 210-230 lb M .SOl 1-3 200-240 lb 18.25-50; 1-3 240-260 lb 17.25-18.25; 2-3 250-270 lb 17.2575; sows steady; 1-3 300-400 lb 15.00-16.25; 2-3 400-550 lb 14.25-15.50. Sheep 400; all classes steady; few feeders steady) spring Ismbt choice and prime 26.50; owes cull to good 3.00-S.OO; spring feeder lambs choice and fancy 24,50-25.50. Cattle-Hog Markets Chicago Cattia Oct. Dflc. Feb. P-C 32.35 32.32 31.95 Close 32.00 31.77 31.47 Chicago Hog Futures Oct. Dec. P-C. 18.;% 19.70 Close 18.45 19.47 Pork Bellies Feb. wiar. P'C 29.17 29.40 Cluse 30.02 30.35 Admiral Allied Ch 33V3 Allis Ch 13% Alcoa 51% Am Airline 351 /4 Am Cyan 34% Am Motors 7% AM T—T 43 Anaconda 15% Atl Rich 721/8 Avco Cp .: 16% Beat Fds 41 Va Bet StI 25% D 1/8 Boeing Ceianese Cessna Chrysler Cities Svc CBS.. Com Sat 15% 77% 22% 30% 44% 443,4 64 Cent Can . 36% Cont Oil 31% Cor GW 245V! Curtiss Wr llVj Dow Chm 731 /4 du Pont 155% East Kod 85 Emer El 74% Gen Dynam 20Vj Gen Elec 62^/8 Gen Mot 83 '/4 G Tel El 30% Goodyear 33% Grace 31% Gulf Oil 2B% Halliburt 66% Hercules 50 ^/4 I B M 300 int Harv 28% ....34% int Pap Kan GE 24 ...25 Kan P&L Katy Ind lIVj Kerr Mc 44% Kroger 30% Litton 26% Marcor 33% Martin M 20% McDonn D 271/2 Mid S UtII 23 Minn MM 120i /2 Mobil Oil , 49% Monsan 49% Nabisco 501/2 " Nat Gyp 22% No N Gas 48 Nort Simon 54% Okla N Gas 20% Pan Am A 11% Panh EP 32V2 Penn Cen 6% Penney JC 721/2 Phiii pet 30 '/3 Proc G 73% R C A 32% Safeway 35% St Joe M 23 St Reg P 33% Sa Fe Ind 31% Sears R 92% S 0 Cal 55% S O Ind 651 /4 S O NJ 721/2 Texaco 32% TImken 41% Trans W A 321/4 Un Elec 18% Uniroyal ' ...... 211 /4 • US Steel 30% Wn Union 43% Westg El 93% Woolworth ....51% D % U I 'a D 5-8 U Vs U 1/4 D i /a U 1/4 D 1/2 D =a D ri '4 D I3 D 1 "4 D 1-4 D 1% D D i .'7 D -Vs D 1/4 D 1/2 U 1/4 U Vs D % D 1/4 U Va D % D 1/4 U 1/4 D 1/4 D i/a U 1/4 U 1/8 U % D % U 1/4 D Vn D i/a D Va U % D % U i/a U Va D Va D 1/2 D 1/2 U 1/4 D 1/2 U 1/8 D 1/8 D % D % D 7 /a U % U Va DA% D 1/4 D 1/3 D % D i/s U 1/4 D % D % D 1/8 D 1/8 Local Stocks Bid Asked Drummer Boy % o/„ Hesston 16% l7Vj Medlcalodges 1% 51/2 Nat'l inv. Co., Inc 3 3% Amer. Inv. Life Ins 71 /4 7% Open High Low I P.M. Cessna 22% 22% 22% 22% W. R. Grace 31% 32 3lH 32 Frontier 51 /4 5% 51 /4 51 /4 Dillons 22 22 22 22 Interpace 27% 27% 24% 24% Morion-Norwich .. 25% 25% 25i/8 25% Produce Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) Wholesale eggs: large, 80 per cent A 30-38; medium, 80 per cent A 20-30. CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA) Butter: wholesale selling prices Tuesday unchanged; 93 score AA 47.784; 92 A 47.784; 90 B unquoted. Eggs: Issued only on Wednesday and Friday. Lacks the Funds TOPEKA, Kani (AP) - Gov. Robert Ekicking said the emphasis during his admuiis- tration in the field of penal re- fonn has been on rehabilitatmg the offender so he can rejoin society. That effort, the governor noted, has been hampered by a lack of funds, like many other state programs. Briefs Five Problems SAIGON (AP) - Sen, George S McGovern said Gen. Creighton W. Abrams told him today his five problems among U.S. forces in Vietnam are drugs, racism, antiwar feeling, morale and tension between GIs and the South Vietnamese. "Tliese are the five things he worries about," the South Dakota Democr'at said after emerging from a 45 -ininute meeting with Abrams, commander of U.S. forces in Vietnam, at the general's headquarters on Tan Son Nhut Air Base. Airport Gets Grant WASHINGTON (AP)-Wichita, Kan., Municipal Airport was among six air terminals for which the Federal Aviation Administration authorized planning grants Monday. The FAA said it was awarding $56,000 to the Wichita airport, approximately two thirds of the projected cost, with local authorities providing the rest of the funds. Vote Teacher Hike WELLINGTON, Kan. (AP)-- Tlie Board of Education of Wellington Unified School District 353 voted Monday night to grant a pay raise to teachers despite the wage-price freeze. Supt. Dick Wain said the increase would be between $50 and $75 monthly, depending on length of service in the district." Additional increases will be, granted any teachers who acquired higher degrees in summer school. Dies from Burns SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AP) A 7-year-old Kansas City, Kan. girl who suffered burns over 75 per cent of her body Sept ,4, died yesterday at the Brooks Army Medical Center in San' Antonio, Texas. She was Cecilia Townsend, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Townsend Jr. The girl was burned when her nightgown burst into flames, while she was watching television at home. Her father said it was believed she was playing with matches. Vote, Bonh Drink COLLEGE STATION, Tex. (AP) — Old enough to vote for or against it, but not old enough to buy it legally. That's the situation confronting 260 College Station persons under 21 who are eligible to vote in the Oct. 9 local option election on the sale of liquor by the drink. Brazos County Tax Assessor- Collector Raymond Buchanan said persons in Ctollege Station under 21 who have registered may vote in the election. The voting is in precincts 8, 9 and 10 in this home town of Texas A&M. ' The Hutchinson News MO 2-3311 The Anoclated Press Is entitled to the 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 Publisher Richard D. Popp John G. Harris Advertising Director Production /V\anagcr Department Heads News: R. E. Coldren, managlns editor. Wayne Lee, associate editor, James Hitch, news editor. Rich Lovett, night editor. Millie Huriahe, weei<end editor. Circulation: Dennis Smith, manager. Clarence Eales, mailing room foreman. Advertising: Louise Fooshee, classified manager, Business: Jtinies Oralce, manager. Art Fabrlzlus, office manager. Production: Robert NIcklln, Ray Gordon, composing room foremen. R. C. Robinson, D. E. Mangels, press room foramen. 231 oi»—^ MEMSER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Single copy 10c, Sunday JOc. Rura! Mall In stAte of Kansas, one year $27.81; six months $14.94; ono month $2.58. Elscvfhere by mall, one year $30.00; tlx monihs $14.00; one month $3.00. ' Prico Includes postaga and appllcabi* tales tax. Second class postaga paid at Hutchinson, Kattsa* 675DI. Uprising at Jail BALTIMORE, Md. (AP) About 20O inmates bamitaded themselves in the City Jail cafeteria today and police forced them out with tear gas. The men were returned to their cells. No injuries were reported. Dole Is Speaker TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — State Republican headquarters announced today that U.S. Sen. Bob Dole of Kansas — the national GOP chairman — will be the featiu-ed speaker at a $100- a plate fund-raising diimer here Oct. 14. Proceeds will go into the Republicans' 1972 campaign coffer in Kansas. Criticize Freeze SAN JUAN, P.R. (AP) Democratic governors, criticizing President Nixon's new economic policy as inequitable, have declared that future wage- price restraints should be accompanied by restrictions on profits, dividends and interest. Offer Scholarships TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) Scholarships of $500 each will be awarded two Kansas students by the News Election Service in recognition of voluntary assistance from county election officers in reportfaig 1970 election results.

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