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British Army Gets Tough With Snipers Daily Transcript Hospitals NORTH HOSPITAL BIRTHS Marriage Licenses People In the Weather in the News Michael William Doyle, 21, Sterling, , _, . snd Jeanina tJ.arie Ciisntlne, '8. 320 Girl— Mr. arid Mrs. Roger Allen Berth, Eas , Sherman '1609 East 30th, Thursday. • Douq|i , s Jame& y/inchester. «*, m Boys— Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Allen Frank,, Host Sih. and Deborah Kay Fhiibntk. 2602 East 2nd, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs.; 20, 220 East 6th . . . Richard Leon Nickel, SCO East 121h, i BELFAST. Northern Ireland !Thursday. Mr. an.J Mrs. Roy Lee Ford,' (AP) ~ A British soldier was i26 East Digger, Friday. ,v .r. and Mrs. Deeds Recorded ,,,,,, , ,, Gary H. Fclty, 1603 Tracy, Friday. Mr. SnOt dead too ay ana tne army> snd Vrs Richard L . Ricc> 317 East 2 nd. Joseph B. and Eleanor j e en Mackey to decided the time had COlllC tO Friday. ' Richard H. and Betty j. Scb.-iifccr. one . , lot on south r.ide of Mooter,?-/ PMcr. aod answer to snipers with auto-' ,, cs , 6f Qui*;™ Drive, matte gunfire on a far greater 77ir Courts George R. and Helen t. Nien -,o ,r <r, dent . Buster D. and Louise Smith, part o' SCaie. .Municipal three lots on northeast corner of Center UP^ed The SOldier. killed by a sni-; Traffic-Elizabeth Ann Williams, RFDj a l~ Ha „, s . Brov/nic , , e Jack , , pers bullet on the edge of the; T^'t^^t™":™.^^ »• snd Robertson, par. of election and appealed lo police! News ; Kv Wants Boycott SAIGOX (AP' - Vice Presi-' Nguyen Cao Ky today voters lo boycott Sun -j dav's one-man presidential! Markets Page 2 The Hutchinson News Friday, October 1, 1971 Buying Run In Futures Stock Market Moves Ahead Roman Catholic Ardoyne dis-l sl0 land, Jr., 7 South Cleveland, no mufflers, Kauffman. 1813 remitted. Philip frict, Was the 113th Victim and; Jarnes ' speeding in school zone, SH and 4Vi« oztv. TD.-;*:~u *_ I • ! 10 days, paroled to attend traffic school. the 2Dth British trooper slain m-. Jesi A . Kruse , GeneM0 , disobeying red the tWO years Since British! Taffic signal, 6-10. Barbara J. Rhorer, forces have been trving to re- 1' B fl , " h> dr i vi " 9 ; ™:, Loy f'. -- - • b :G - Armstrong, 1715 East 3rd, failure to. Uonar(j Loo a(ld conchita P. Oliver, one three lots on scutlr//est corner of 21s: and Tyler Gordon W. and Rosemary Ruth Day to Harold S. and Shirley A. Cheatum, a tract about one-half mile west and four miles north of central Hutchinson. Jerry L. and Elinor //. Paasch t and soldiers "not to .suppress -. *f .WORTH ) ! CHICAGO i AP i - The possi-i NEW YORK (AP) - Stock jbility that a prolonged strike of'market pricey moved solidly j j longshoremen might deplete! 1 Mlftl WARM the legitimate people." desires of the to a hospital. Man Charged with Airplane Joyriding Ging Investment Co. Inc. to Arlo G. jand Shirley A. Brevig, one lot on north side of 24th between Van Buren and I Criminal —Gary L. Gomez, 221 West E,| Tyler. amen store peace between Protes- yield right of way while making left lol on norm , iclc cf Hofmm Road oe . tantS and Roman Catholics in '' urn - $, °- Ch!ir,Ci R - McMillan, 703 Duffy, j , wecn Fsircrost Drive and Harvest Lane. ATo-thprr. Trolond i maki " a e * ces5ive noise ' SI0 ' Sh;ir John and Edna Tottcn to Lee Totten a;, Northeni II eland. 'on 1_ Taylor. 1804 Lyman, Apt. C, speed-| admlnl5 , ra , or , onc lol and parI cf tw0 ! The ShOOtine OCCUlTed While 1 '" 9 ' S '°- S ' eVCn "' Schneidcr ' 5]8 Ea5, !olher lots on south side of 10th between! •o„M S r • u Mrd ' disobcyin9 E ' CP 5i9n ' m - Aaron E! Pershing and Severance. ' BntlSh troops Were firing rub- Johnson, 122 East E, pleads innocent of Haze | Harper t0 Lco Totlen on „ l0| ! ber bullets to break up a crowd f^ 61 ';" DRI H IN9 J ! r i a ,' M° V T' 'V v i,''! and parl of ,wo 0,hcr l0,s cn sou,h si6e ' *r tW,„i„r, ,™ L A -™ frCd J ' Rumback ' 1MI Cochran, pleads ^ , oth b „ hvcen Perf , hing flnct severance. Of StOne-thrOWing youths. Army! innocent to driving while intoxicated, marksmen fired back as soon; drivin " lc,t oi cen,er and " rele:;s driv_ ... „ , _ , . ing. Trial set for Nov. 18. as their colleague fell. They hit t .WO Snipers, Who Were rushed j Pleads innocent to charge of obstructing! "officer in discharge of duty. Trial set for Dec. 2. Eugene Ralne, 325 East 2nd,, (.1)11111111 Olid Coillll pleads innocent to charge of obstructing I officer in discharge of duly. Trial set! Arriving - Don Locht from Arhngton to Dec. 2. Walter D. MacArthur, 2512 Apple i 803 East 5lh. Dave E. Harbor) from L.ir- MW.l I am. K\ Sclld I ICMdent Lane, pleads Innocent to falsely reporting | netl to 1520 V/oodlav.n. Debra J. Williams \jruven \'ail Thieu 's Unopposed crime. Trial set for Nov. 17. Benny L. 1 from //.ullinville to 203 V.<e:-t 'th Roy I ' j: i ... .„,.„,,.,;,.„,.] Ferguson, 323', East Slh, found guilty of Burenhcide from E.npori,, to 327 East CdllCIKIc.f > W-'.S UntOll .-,tltUll0n .ll. shoplifting and resisting arrest, fined S25.8th. Alberta Brack from Neitoma to TO/ ••[),, ,-,,,( v0[( , f j f) nu j p ar )j,.j. Merle E. Benton. 617 East 8tll. land 6 months; found guilty of disorderly. North Walnut. Jackie Hoarn from Sylvia .,„,.. j( . n has been chnrrrerl with invriH conduct charge. Case appealed. to 1502 North .V.ad.son. Leu Ann v/asmger; pcltc 111 -lll\ 111 the ClcUlOll nas Deen cnargea with joyrid -i 0|her _ Herbert R Hcss Jr , 03 EiBt ;i™ Hays to 'f. ^.„. op ': ir -,.^ u 'f.,.!\ and do 1101 ac ' ce P 1 , hc results of 7lh, South Hutchinson, non-payment of parking ticket, S10. James L. Colwell, v = l;l ,„ ; applauding delegates to Ught rain over central plains possible tonight Elsewhere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Addressing an antigovern- inent political rally in a moil­ ing in an airplane on a warrant for his arrest held by the Reno County sheriff. The complaining witness is R. L. Smith, owner of Mid- Kansas Aviation, located on the old naval air base south of Hutchinson. Benton is a flying instructor, and, according to a sheriff's officer, rents planes from Mid- liftnsas Aviation for his les- sonsT" On Sept. 19, he allegedly , had a student, but was unable to find someone to unlock a hangar at the base. He then allegedly cut the lock off the hangar with a hacksaw and took the plane. Joyriding is a misdemeanor.; violation. Trial set for Oct. \cPhcrscn to 1D03 V/es -i., i ,• .. , -,„„ ..brook. Samuel ... Bishop from lr.dio.lthc ClCCtlOll. K.V Urged the 200 323 West ».h, pleads Innocent to "paTol^! C f»" "* ? 5B ? R -7 M , ! applauding delegates to the; Leaving-Roland stubby from 621 North.pj. CoilCrCSS all informal 1 Carey to Lake Placid, Fla. Ernest A.| XL <-oii(,i cas, ail IIIIWI iu c 4i MiriSTPATr Evans from 903 West 7th to Hastings,' coalition of ailli-TllieU political MAUlalKAl ti ; Neb . Jack Flcwer . from U14 Wcsl ,5th! and rc ijgi 0Us factions. Traffic— J. W. Johnson, Wichita, speed- j to Valley Center. Wesley K. Van Campl Ing, $10. Peggy A. Hash, Wichita, speed-[from 2 South Nelson to Kansas City, t.'.o. Ing, $11. Virgil S. Mayfleld, Dodge City,' Doubt Russ Shot Hostile WASHINGTON • CAP) • - The Pentagon says that Russian naval fire directed at a U.S Navy patrol plane over the Sea of Japan was not considered hostile. The Pentagon reported that a P3 reconnaissance aircraft was fired on Thursday, but said the commander of the 7th Fleet patrol force reported "the firings were not considered by him to be hostile and that the plane was not endangered.* improper passing, S5. Gary L. Sanders, Miller, Mo., speeding, S12. Ray M. Villegas, Wichita, driver's license not on person, dismissed. Joe W. Llsac, Jr., Clear- wafer, driving left of center, $5. Alvin i Dyck, AAoundridge, speeding, S9. Charles I W. Richardson, Valley Center, speeding,! $13. James W. Dunn, Anthony, speeding,! SI0. John H. Dyke, Newton, speeding, S10. Naomi M. Wenger, Newton, speeding, 615. Rodney L. Kasparek, 1533 West 12th, speeding, $12. Judith A. Frltze- meler, RFD 1, speeding, $12. James R. Peterson, Inman, speeding, S13. Jerry L. Belneke, Nickerson, speeding, $13. Henry F. Werth, Sehocnchen, speeding, $10. Louis E. Bale, 618 North Star, operating unsafe vehicle, $5. Ernest J. Namoe, J1407 West 14th, speeding, $10. Harold R. [Frenya, 1405 O'Daniel, speeding, $12. [ Robert S. Jones, Newton, speeding, $12 jJeanann A. Fisher, 3118 Farmlngton, I failure to display current year license j plate, $5. Harlan W. Wyborny, Alden, I speeding, $15. Rodney L. Albright, Pretty .Prairie, speeding, $14. Stephen C. EII- Iv /oin, 10'/ West 191ri, no Kansas driver's | license (resident over 90 days), S5. Marlon J. Kinsey, Inman, operating unsafe vehicle, $5. Bernadln Nicholson, Wichita, failure to stop at stop sign, 65. Fred T. Glenn, RFD 3, operating unsafe vehicle, S5. William R. Drews, 3111 Farmlngton, speeding, $12. Jonathan M. Grant, 2124 West 26th, Apt. 2, failure to dim headlights, $5. Douglas R. Graber, Pretty Prairie, speeding, $14. Jay D. Mcrgart, Sterling, speeding, $21. Bob H. Peel, 2704 Heather Parkway, speeding, $18. David M. Black, Cheney, speeding, S11. Glen Riley, Minneola, speeding, $12. John D. Richardson, Nickerson, speeding, $15. Eugene R. Fisher, Lyons, inadequate exhaust system, $5. Earl L. Immenschuh, Great Bend, speeding, S5. 'Thank You 5 To Kayettes Arrest Illegal HAN FRANCISCO - A Fed-| oral Appeals Court at San Francisco ruled Thursday that anti-i war activist Leslie Bacon. 19,! was illegally arrested last April; Hutchinson High Kavettes| 27th as a "material witness" in' Thursday received a not of ap- ths March bombing of th? preciation and $1 for their good j national capital deeds at the State Fair last 1 ' week. On Saturday, a service project group of Kayettes, under the directions of senior Terry Goodger, washed windshields of cars on the fairgrounds parking lots. They left a note under the windshield wipers saying the windows had been washed courtesy of the Kayettes. The letter they received came from Dean and Walter Allen, Mound Valley. It read: "It was more than thoughtful of the Kayettes to wash a dirty old windshield that had traveled approximately 200 miles through rain, mud and wind. The court did not clarify the question of whether Miss Bacon still must be punished for contempt because she refused to testily to the grand jury. Leslie ftaeon High Lovi Pr Albany, cldy 73 44 Albu'que, cldy li 57 .03 Amarillo, cldy 73 64 Anchorage, ram 43 42 .09 Asheville, cldy 84 65 Atlanta, cldy 87 65 Birmingham, clear 39 62 Bismarck, cldy 60 52 Boise, cldy 43 43 .18 Boston, clear 79 55 Buffalo, clear 74 54 Charleston, rain 85 70 .23 Charlotte, cldy 86 69 .14 Chicago, clear 92 71 Cincinnati, cldy 85 61 Cleveland, cier.r 79 55 Denver. cle,ir 78 5.1 .04 Des Moines. •'Idy 90 74 Detroit, cle.ir 73 56 D'jluth. rain hi .17 •o Fairbanks, ;/ •: Fori Werth CC-,1.' 89 r-3 Green Ba,'. L 1 cJ y S3 10 Helen,., cldy 42 35 Honolulu, eld/ 84 73 .02 Houston, clear 85 76 Ind'apolis, cle«r 89 66 Jacku'ville, clear' 88 64 Juneau, MN M M. Kansas City, cldy 83 70 Little R)20iun8So 91 61 Los Angeles, clear 70 53 Louisville, clear 89 66 Marquette, clear 68 64 .04 Memphis, clear 91 67 Miami, clear 36 77 Milwaukee, clear 83 66 Mpls-St.P., clear 84 63 New Orleans, clear 83 65 Neit York, cldy 77 61 Okla. City, clear 85 69 Omaha, cldy 86 71 Philad'phia, cldy 77 65 Phoenix, cldy 77 62 .09 Pittsburgh, clear 79 55 Ptland. Me., cldy 77 50 Ptland, Ore., cldy 60 49 .05 Rapid City, rain 63 .17 T Richmond, rain 71 63 96 St. Louis, clear 91 69 Salt Lake, rain 5? 34 .22 San Dieqo, clear 72 53 San Fran., clear 62 54 Seattle, cldy 57 47 Spokane, cldy 54 36 Tamca, clear 35 70 Washington, cldy 77 66 03 CANADIAN CITIES Edmonton, M M M '.'cnlreal M ToroniO. Winnipeg. ric-'Morms extreme west this rif:--rnoon an:J tonight spreading eastward over the state Saturday; turning cooler northwest Saturday; Ic.vs tonight 66 to 73; highs Saturday low 70s northwest to upper 80s southeast. Extended Outlook KANSAS extended outlook Sunday through Tuesday — W^rrn cast Sunday turning a little cooler Monday and Tuesday; temperatures continuing slightly below normal west through period; highs aver- aqing near 70 northwest to middle 70s southeast; lows averaging upper 30s northwest to middle 50s southeast; chance of rain ever 'hr state Sunday and chanc c of r r 'jin south and ea : t ,'/>onflav. Kansas Points I'OPEKA. Kan, SAP] High ^nd low temperatures and precipitation reports tor the 24 hours ended at 6 a m.: stocks of grains brought strong buying activity into commodity futures on the Chicago Board of Trade Friday. Prices were highly active. After several up-and-down moves in ranges of 1 to 3 cents. : soybeans and wheat closed !around l'L- higher: corn gained around "•'i cent and oats moved up around 4 cent. At the close, soybeans were up around V.i cents, November 3.10%; wheat gained Hi cents, December 1.48%; corn gained about -li cents, December 1.13V4; and oats were Vz higher, December 69'/J , cents. Kansas City Wheat ahead today ih moderate trading. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials at 2 p.m. was up 6.3(3 at 393.55. Advances outnumbered declines on the New York Stock Exchange by nearly 2 to 1. American Stock Exchange prices included New Process Co. down 4 to 87; Guerdon Industries, up 7 s to 37 3 s; Arctic Enterprises, up Ps to 43 5 s; Angelica, up .. ato 31'j; and Commodore, up Vs to 19. NEW YORK (AP) Latest Good'and Hill City Russell Salina Concordia Topeka .Manhattan Pittsburq Garden City Dodge City Hutchinson Wichita Emporia Chanute Coffeyville Wamego 83 62 85 68 30 70 84 71 84 70 69 73 86 74 87 66 37 68 31 66 85 £9 83 69 85 57 34 65 85 67 86 72 Prccinitation 2 Probabilities Dec Mar Way Jul ' PC 1.45 1.42's 1..10'< 1.36' 8 Open 1 .44' i 1.42' B l..'0"» 1.36's , Hioh 1.4S 1.43'., 1.41 1.37 ' Low 1.44' ; 1.42' s 1.40 . 1.36 1 ,: Close 1.44U 1.42'= 1.40'; 1 36' : Chicago Wheat Dec Mar ,\'| a y Jul ; PC 1.47 1.48 1 .47' « 1.38''e i Open . 1.46'i 1 .47'-. 1.46 -8 1.38'a ! High 1 .48-'a 1 .49=a 1.48' 3 1.40'4 j Low I.46 '.8 1 .475a 1 .44V 4 1 .385a 'close . . . 1 .48 >3 1 .49l B 1 .48'i 1 .40' .4 ! Chicago Oats Dec Mar May PC 68 'i 67=4 | Close 69 68' 4 67',4 i Chicago Corn Dec Mar May Jul 1 PC 1 .127a 1.17V* 1.2 M B 1.72', > ! Open ... . . 1 .12 =8 1.1714 1.20V* 1 .22?s High 1.133a 1 .13 1 .21' 8 1 .23 Low .. . 1.12ij 1 .17'a 1 .20' < 1 .22=ia Close .... 1 .13 *6 1.18 1.21', a t.23 '4 Chicago Soybeans Nov Jan Mar PC 3.10 3.13' B 3.1 73 s Close 3 .11 3.14 *8 3.19 Chicago Eggs Oct Nov PC 32.55 35.70 Close 37.60 35.85! Grain Receipt i WHEAT—Hutchinson, today 54; week ago 108; year ago 70. Wichita 19; K.C. i'.7.—Missing, T —Trace) Hourly Temp. Friday Thursday Hutchinson Temps. The warrant of arrest as a witness was issued bv Federal Cm you 'im ^ginroursmTrisejDistrict Judge George Boldt in when returning to our car, to: &aWe 0 :1 A P rii 22 and she was find a windshield we could actually see out of? This kind of courtesy should be published | DISTRICT _ _ Civil—Hutchinson National Bank and The " nfanP "was over ; ntpr !Trust vs. August Stunkel. Plaintiff av/ard- .in Our newspapers, pidiie »db u\er illltr j ed judgment for the sum of two notes, i V prv verv much Wi national waters approximately |s?2i.72. in the middle of the Sea of Japan when the incident 00 arrested April 27. The warrant was based on the assertion of federal officials that thev 1 Thank vou 1 thought she would flee to avoid verTven' much!" We appreciate itestifying, and that her evidence- was material to their investisa-' Time Temp Time Temp 1 a .m. 76 1 p.m. 79 2 74 2 81 3 73 3 81 4 73 4 81 5 7? 5 81 6 72 6 81 7 72 7 . 81 a 72 8 SO 9 72 9 79 10 . 74 10 73 11 76 11 77 12 Noon 78 12 Midnight 76 it orecasts curred, the announcement said. tion. The court of appeals held that only part of DIVORCES .' President of Kayettes is Granted—Gena R. Creason from Larry i Linda Rllzick. Mrs. Marilyn w. Creason. Nancy R . McAdams ,rorn 'Black is the spcn c oi* and as-"this assertion m "Some of the aircraft crew j Edward w - " ,cAdams - sistant sponsors are Mrs. Pat'ti ' ne tes <- for issuance of a wit- ir ., . , Campbell and Lvnn Lanius. '.™ss arrest warrant. What also Where's the tirer members observed a flare and several tracer rounds all fired well ahead of the aircraft from a Soviet cruiser," the Pentagon said. Sept. 30 , 8:07 p.m.—813 East 3rd, trash fire. Oct. 1, 8:14 a.m.—12 West 8, public assist. Death 8 was required was showing of evidence that sh* would flee to avoid testifying, the appeals court held. Scoops Reporters MISSOURI — Clear to parti/ cloudy and mild tonight w i ih the io'.v around 70; pa tly cloudy end continued rather •.•.arm Saturday with a chance of thunder showers northwest sections; the high near 90. OKLAHOMA — Partly cloudy east mostly cloudy west and continued v/indy through Saturday; scattered showers or thun- ZONES ? ad 3—Tonight considerable ;oudi:".ess with scattered shower? or thundershowers; ;ou;h w-nds 15 to 25 mph. Low 65 to 70; Saturday variable cicuoine^s with scattered showers; not so warm with h ; ghs in the 70s; probability of measurable precipitation £0 per cent tonight, Saturday 50 per cent. ZONES -i, 5 and 6—High wind warning this afternoon. Partly sunny, windy and warm this afternoon with strong gusty southerly winds ?5 to 45 mph; partly cloudy and mild tonight with a chance of thundershowers; southerly winds diminishing to 15 to 25 rnph; low 64 to 72. Considerable cloudiness and turning cooler Saturday with occasional showers or thundershowers; high 76 to 34; precipitation probabilities 20 per cent tonight. 40 per cent Saturday. ZONES 9 and 10 (Hutchinson) —Considerable cloudiness with little change in temperature tonight and Saturday; south to southwesterly wind 25 to 35 mpn this afternoon decreasing to 15 to 25 mph tonight; lo - .*/ tcniqht near 70; high Saturda/ near 80- precipitation probability tonight 20 per cent. Saturday 20. iC; Salina 27; Ft. Worth 2. CORN—K.C. St. | KAFIR—Hutchinson 7, K.C. 185. ; Hutchinson Wheat Hutchinson Board cf- Trade closing | wheat price 1 :• to 1 lower. Basis un-• [Changed to 1 : lower. Demand fair. Cash Sales (K.C. Baiis) j No sales. KANSAS CITY ( AP Wheat 60 cars, unch-"*< lower, No 2 hard 1.54U-1.65, No 3 1.54- l/:5, No 2 red 1.49 3 4 -1.52':. No 3 1.47-1.5)' 1 :. Corn 51 cars, unch-'« higher. No 2 white 1.12-1.17, No 3 1.11'No 2 yellow 1.0SV1.17. No 3 ! .00' 3 -1.16. ' Oats none, nom unch. No 2 white 66-75, No 3 61-74. No 2 milo 1.75-1.83 No 2 rye 90-98 No 2 barley 1.08-1.16 No 1 soybeans 2.93 1 4 -3.07-4 Sacked bran 44.50-45.25 Sacked shorts 45.50-46.25 Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) - Friday: High Low Close WHEAT With Christopher, you may be amazed by what you can discover. SEND FOR B. C. CHRISTOPHER'S FREE RESEARCH REPORT ON: UNDERSTANDING THE MUTUAL FUNDS Hurricane Ginger Is Heading Inland Infant Hall The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene M. Hall". 517 WASHINGTON (AP) - Rival , North Plum, was stillborn White House correspondents {Thursday at North Hospital. i Douglas B. Cornell of The Asso- i Besides the parents, survivors j ciated Press and Helen Thomas .include the grandmother: Mrs.;of United Press International Verda Hall, 309 West 30th; • were trying to keep their engrandparents: Mr. and M r s. jgagement secret but were Gerald Demory. 1023 East 22nd: |scooped by President and Mrs. hurricane which caused dam great-grandmother: Mrs. Louisa;Nixon. .. , - a., Sawyer. Winterset. Iowa age estimated at nearly $] mil Doc 1.49 1.46*a 1.43 =9 i:.ar 1.49': 1.47'a 1.493j f/.a / ! .49 1.46U 1.43' 3 Jul l..'0 '4 1.38's 1.40' J 6.41 "5 Sep 1.40' J 6.41 "5 CORN Doc 1.3' :• 1.12'-, I.13'.» .V ? r 1 .18 =6 1.17'a 1 18 1 .?P = 1.20 ^ 1.21 Ju 1 1.23 =6 1.22'a 1.23 Sop 1 .23" . 1.23' t 1.23'- = Dec 1 .21-' 4 1.21 1 .21-'a ''.*' CI f 1 .26 1.25= = 1.26 OATS D?c .63 i .65' • il.a' .68' 1 ,67's .68'< Way .i.7' ; M' s .67'* Jul 66' 7 .65' 2 .66'» Sep b.67'a SOYBEANS Nov 3.11U 3.09' t 3.1 0" B Jan 3.153a 3.13 3.14 ^8 //.ar 3.19 =3 3.16'i 3.19 .'.'.ay 3.22' 2 3.19' B 3.21' ! Jul 3.23' J 3.21' 3 3.22' 2 Aug 3.18'i 3.16 3.17 Sep 3.00' 2 2.93 2.98 ytock prices: Last Net Chg Admiral ...16'» U Allied Ch .32H Allis Ch . . . . 13' 4 u ; = Alcoa . .45'- Am Airline . 35 r a D Am Cyan 34' s D 'a A:-n I '.'ntors 7' ,i D Am T?.T . .12= n U ' A 'V .ccx Cp 1 3" •> U Anacnnci.l 14's. D ' a A'l Rich 67 • U Avco Cp 17-V Beat Pels 40 .- D Been A 1 5' » U Beth SH 25' ; U a Boeinrj 15 Celanese 78'. U a Cessna 73 Chrysler 29' ^ U Cilies Svc .46 J a U ' a CBS . 45 ; » D ' , Com Sat . 58'a U Cont Can .343 s U : Cont Oil 30 3 s U p Cor GW . 237' i D 1 Curtiso Wr .12 U 1 Do\y Chm .70 3 3 D * a Du Pont 155' a U ' = East Keel 87 -a U 1 Echlin .'.'( 48 u ' a Emer El . 74' j u . Firestone 54 u a F.'.'.C Cp . 29' 8 D ' a Ford M . . 70' a U ' a Gen Dynam 21' : D Gen Elec 62's U ' a Gen /.'ills 35' j D Gen .V.ot 84' P U 1 .' a G Tel El . 19'4 D ' a Goodyr 33' , D ' r Grace .31'.. U Greyhound ,22' B D Gulf Oil . 273 = Halliburt 67' t IJ 1 a Hercules 57' ? D Hornestake .23^ D : 1 B W 205' ; U 1 i Int Harv 28' .mi Pap 33' i U 'a Kan GE . 23' a Kan P&L 24'- D Katy Ind . IC'a U Kerr .'.'c 4 3 O K oger 33 -s U = Litton 25'a D i fv'.arcor . 33=« U .V.artin M 20" . iV -cDon D 29 -1 U 1 /.'.id S Util 72'» U a //.inn MM 124'a U 2 Mobil Oil 49' a U //.onsan .51'.. Nabisco $y * u No N Gas 45 3 s Nort Simon 54 "a u s Okla GE 22 : A D Okla N Gas 20' ; D Pan Am A 10' : U Panh EP . 10' 7 U j Penn Cen . 6 -8 u a Penn Cen 6" a u Penney JC M'A U Phill Pet . 30' a U a Proc G .72 U 1 RCA . 36 ''4 D a Reyn A'.et . . 18 D Ryder Sys 58 r « U ' 1 Safev.ay 335 b D 3 St Joe M 2Pi D < St Reg P 33 U A Sa Fe Ind 32 U Sears R 93 ^5 Spcrry R 26' a S O Cai 56 D S O Ind .65 : 3 S O NJ 73' . U 1 Texaco 32' B T imken 42"a Trans A 20'' a • D Un Carbide 43' : D 4 Un E.ec 18' : D Uniroyai 21 4 D US Steel 29' F V.'n Union 43 U .Vesta El 96"-.-. u Woolv.'orth 50 U i Local Stocks MOREHEAD CITY i APi - Ginger, th N.C. settled in the area during the one-time, nig" 1 - Cattle-Hog Markets Chicago Cattle Graveside service was Friday afternoon at Memorial Parki Cemetery; Rev. Jim Brock. 'JndrjrManding the Mutual fi:niis" describes the principles nn,-.!.cation and types of Mutual F.nur. It cilro describes the 's.ar.r-ct ii. v.h.ch carefully r.nk 'i '.tr-d niutudl funds rnav hr- u;.-d as pnssible hedge i f nir:> lanon by investors i''. virmaiiv f --"Ty n.comt- r.W:\i'.- • i'-ves;orf nr.rl non • ir.vfi;::r- v.'ho tire concirned will', r-.thcr uyir.ci to Roneratr. idrlitioiv.'' .1 • '.rrp Of rrp.V rjf ^ji". <j^' i .:\r> msy ; 'r.;J ' U r .dr;rs'.,)'.r|ii .; '.'ut -ial t-'j'tcK 1.1".: ii, P. '. i > p.: ' ' 1: 1 - : ; 'O' you. 'if.-.. 1 rof y. i..^... ;'ir- -ouj 01 t'-!PDt.cr>o 3->y account i:xecutu'e at B C. Ohnstophet we think of your future. 29 West 2nd St. • 663-5461 Mrs. Nixon lion with its flooding and 90- mile-per-hour winds, headed inland today after battering the central North Carolina coast. In her wake she left flooding To Add Shop At Center PC • Close Chicago Hog Futures PC Close Fork Bellies PC . Close Oct Dec Peb 32.60 32.22 31.91 32.65 32.20 32.00 Oct Dec ... 20.70 20.8i ... 20.47 21.10 Cessna jW. R. Grace ' Frontier I Dillons ' Interpaco ' //.orlon-Norwich j Drummer Boy j Hesston .... Medicalodges Nat'l Inv. Co., Inc. Amer. Inv. Life Ins. pm Open High Lo . 22" B 23 22'a 22' E . 30'4 31U 30'< 31'a 5U 5 5'a 5'* . 23' 7 23's 23' 2 73'a 27'. 273 B lT.t 273 S 25'a 25': 24's 25 3 e Bid Asked A woodworking shop will be' ProdllCC Markets Mrs. Bessie A Breaker Mrs. Bessie A. Breaker, 80, RFD 4, died Wednesday at the Wesley Medical Center, Wiclu-j la. She was born July 26, 1891. in Quincy. Survivors are: daughter. Mrs.! J>Iixon staged a surprise press Wanda Drake. Wichita; son ('-eception Thursday afternoon.,,- , • „. Jolui Cecil Fowler. RFD 4: sis-j t0 mark Cornell's retirement on 1 ", ; lnger movcd to ,he tor. Mrs. Jesse Mice, Colwich i his last work day, ending a ca- , ,, a fe , w m,les early today Funeral services will be at' 1 " 0 " 1 ' of ^ years, including cov-i and f ,h f n slipped off 0,1 a north- 2:30 p.m. Saturday at the Beth -i eri "g seven presidents. At R ' °° U ^ any Baptist Church, near Bent-1 Mrs - • Vixon ,0 °k the micro- fin , a ' m ' LI f 1 shc u ' as about, v. Rev. Arthur Creech official- : P honc in ,he State Dining Room southeast of Raleigh j Additional volunteers are need- in Pleasant and announced "the bigcr es t ; f! m ' ng . or ,hc Appalachian i e a. not only for these programs, ., 0 * .Mountains of northern North ' * caused by nine inches of rain added to Creative Living section; and tides five feet above nor- of the Kingman - Reno County 1 mal along a 70-mile stretch oft Mental Health Center, volunteer shoreline. ; workers were told Thursday Downgraded to a tropical:evening at the first monthly storm shortly before midnight j meeting of the winter season, but still packing 45 to 50 m.p.h. Also proposed is child care j for persons in therapy at the [ clinic who must bring small children with them. KANSAS CITY (AP) Wholesale eggs: large, SO per cent A 26-35; medium, 80 per cent A 17-26. CHICAGO CAP) — IUSDA) — Butter: v/holesale selling prices unchanged, 93 score AA 69; 92 A 69; 50 B 66' 2. Eggs: prices paid delivered to Chicago unchanged 1 lower! 80 per cent or better grade A v/hites 33-35; medium white extras 23-25; standards 24. l,oc:l Markets •TRUCK WHEAT—1 .26 BRAN— 2.85 Livestock Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) — Cattle 103; calves none; earlier in the Feb Mar '• week steers choice 31.50-32.50; 30.B7 30.95 heifers choice 3O.50-31.5O. 31.05 31.05 I H °9 5 2.5CO; barrows and gilts [ strong to mostly 25 higher; closing steady; 1-2 220-235 lb 20.65-75; 1-3 200-2(0 lb 20.25 50; sows steady to 25 higher; 1-3 350-6CO lb 16.50-17.C0. Sheep 25; not enough to test prices, choice spring lambs 26.00-5O earlier in the week. Estimates for r/.onday: cattle 2,000; calves 100; hogs 6X00; sheep 400. DENVER (APi - Hogs 250; barrows and gilts steady to 25 cents higher; u. S. 1-2, 210-220 lbs 20.75-21.00; 1-3, 200-240, 20.00-20.75 ; 2-4, 240-260, 19.0020.00; sows steady to 50 cents higher, 1-3, 300-600, 14.00-16.03. News Briefs Aims at Monopolies NEW YORK (AP) - Sen. Fred R. Harris, D-Oklahoma, candidate for the Democratic party's presidential nomination, said Thursday a major aim in his campaign was to break up business monopolies for the benefit of the consumer. To Get Subsidy WASHINGTON (AP) - For the first time since France helped it win the American revolution of 1776, the United States is to get a direct subsidy from a foreign government. Negotiations are moving toward cash payment by West Germany to help support U.S. troops ihere. Hays Enrollment Off HAYS. Kan. (AP) — Fall enrollment at Fort Hays State i College was 5.246 Registrar i James V. Kellerman reported i Thursday. The figure is a slight drop from the 5.442 students enrolled last year. Armour to Build KANSAS CITY (AP) - Armour Food Co., broke ground I here Thursday for construction I of a 100.000-square foot processed meat production and distribution center. Jess Nicks, companv president, said the plant will proccs? . more than one million pounds of meat a week and will employ 250 to 300 people. Armour is also constructing a •new pork plant at St. Joseph. Mo. KPL Asks Franchise For Gas Service An application by Kansas Power and Light for a franchise to provide gas service to the : Carey Salt Co. evaporation i plant and Fairlawn Cemetery will be on the city commission agenda Tuesday. The request is a result of an agreement between Plateau Gas Co., which now provides the service, and KPL. KPL proposes to pay the city a two per cent franchise fee for domestic service and a one per cent fee on interruptible service. The area KPL would serve also includes Packaging Corporation of America but it is located outside the city limits and therefore will not be acted upon by city commissioners. Three-Day Antioue Show Opens Today 15=' i6'^ Morc than S3 million wort h of rl 2' !: antiques went on display at v« 3' ^ | noon Friday at the National 7 * 8 'Guard Armory as the International Antique Show and Sale ! opened. ; The show is sponsored by the [Society for the Preservation of Antiquities. i Jack Lawton Webb, manager, | reports that the numerous anti- jque collectibles exhibited are for sale. These include period ' furniture, pattern glass, jewelry, old postal cards, and decorator items. Show hours are noon to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday. The Hutchinson News MO 2-3311 ro. Member New York Stock Exchange. Inc with off.es ir. c-ioht states ana p3 years investment eipenence Please send me a complimentary copy of the B. C Christopher report described above. NAME ADDRESS. ing. Burial will- b Valley Cemeterv. Ask Phone Hike ST. LOUIS (AP) - Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. said \ today it has requested a rate 'increase in Missouri that would cost telephone users $63.5 mil. lion a year. and announced "the biggest' fountains news of the century-the en- Caroli ; a am| wegtern y . . . gagement of Helen and our| Shc was expected tQ duni fe p up to five more inches of rain. Widespread Damage Ibut also for transportation, 1 SH0RTS - 2 - M bride a shower, laughingly told Miss Thomas, who has covered the White House since 1961, "I scooped you." V/ICHITA TRUCK WHEAT— 1.27 CITY_ PHONE. Try The New Camelot Inn 6th & Adams, Hutchinson Q for Reservations # Phone 663-6175 Collect 0 $7 up— 0 Color TV Every Room # crafts and the noon meal Which! "Board of Trade quotation, not neces -Up News dispatches i .S COOked at the facility On Mon-i sarily eleva,or e rice - Published daily ana Sunday at dear friend here Mrs. Nixon, who will give the i Damage on the coast from Washington. . N.C., to the. beaches near Morehead City was widespread. One death possibly caused by the storm was j reported. « ~\ Wrs. Thomas Haywood Branstetter, 54/ A , 1 midnight EDT she W3S •Garden City; funeral 2 p.m. Saturday at (Stalled Ul the hard-hit More- ^ West Union Church of Christ, Diamond, j head City area hs Elsewhere days, Wednesdays and Fridays. | . n said Mrs. Verne Ayers, head of] file Protest On the Creative Living unit. Volunteers or persons who could bring baked treats to the Creative Living Center on weekday afternoons should contact Mrs. Ayers. • j Wayne Jennings Baker, 63, Ho.sington; i A Spokesman for the Insur- »funeral 2 p.m. Friday at First Assembly lance Information Institute in _iof God church, Great Bend. Atlanta, Ga., estimated damage w Oliver William Baker, 62, Burrton; AI funeral 10:30 a.m. at Pleasant Grove U Methodist Church. W| Mrs. Otto Bronlwewe, 79, Lyons; funewl 10:30 a.m. Saturday at First Baptist Church. Albert Williams, 78, Lyons. Mrs. Bonifacio Lopez, 71, De«rfleld; funeral 10:30 Monday at St. Anthony's Catholic Church, Lakin. Mrs. Virginia Elizabeth Pruilt, 87, Lakin; funeral 9 a.m. Saturday at First Baptist Church. in the Morehead City-Beaufort area at $900,000. That included smashed windows, fallen utility lines, fallen trees, overturned mobile homes and other property destruction. Late-night flood damage was not included. The storm roared in from the I Atlantic and hit near Morehead I City at midday Thursday, then Speakers at the meeting were Jack Coleman, on auto insurance for those who transport patients to the clinic; Dr. Frederick Moe, director, on the patient - volunteer relationship; Dorothy Lauver, chairman of the volunteers, Paving of Plum A protest petition was filed Thursday in the last hour of a 20-day period provided for such protest on paving of South Plum from C to Carey Park. City Clerk Milt Martin received the petition bearing more than 100 names at 4:45 p.m. Thursday. He said it may take 10 days to check the list of names. He must determine if more than 50 per cent of the landowners on summer activities; and !a nd 50 per cent of the land m Mrs. Ayers. | the district proposed to be charged 36 per cent of the tot- \ Mrs. Floyd Crook was introduced as food planning chairman to replace Mrs. Don Henderson who has moved to Turon. al cost of the paving project are represented in the protest. If so, the paving project will be dead. Judge Rules tor Sehool District District Court Judge James The Aviated Press Is entitled to ihejRexroad found in fa \W Of Uni- use By reproduction of all local news, jfied School District 30&—Hutch- orjnted ir, the newspape- as well as »";j nson Friday afternoon in its lout-district tuition suit against 'Harold R. and Patricia J. Nevius, 2 Hillcrest. The school district filed the suit Aug. 27 for $251.63, for educational services last school year to Nevius' son. The Nevius family lives in the B u h 1 e r school district. By law, the family was allowed 20 days from the time they were served the summons, Aug. 30, to file an answer. No such reply was made. The district filed a notice of hearing on a motion for default in the case and the judge granted the motion. I Mr. and Mrs. Nevius were present in the courtroom without counsel but later, in front the courthouse, retained m state o7 Kansas","onV yTa'r «7.gi t"s"x 1 John Leighnor to represent months si4 .»4; one month w.58. ithem. Leighnor did not know „x ei r. , h r s , „ b 6 y ooron; mlth ^^'iFriday afternoon if they would Price includes postage ana applicable' appeal the decision. 300 West Second Hutchinson, Kansas 67501 Stuart Av/brey Editor and Publisher Richard D. Popp John G. Harris Advertising Olrector Production Managei Department Heads News: R. E. Coldren, managing editor. Wayne Lee, associate editor. James Hitch, news editor. Rich Lovett, night editor. Millie Hurlahe, weekend editor. Circulation: Dennis Smith, manager Clarence Eales, mailing room foreman. Advertising: Louise Foo.hee, classified manager. Business: James Drake, manager. Art Fabrlzius, office manager. Production: Robert Nlcklin, Ray Gordon/ composing room foremen. R. C. Robinson, D. E. Mangels, press room foremen. 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