The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 3, 1971 · Page 2
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Kansas Baptists Plan Meeting PRAIRIE VILLAGE, Kan. (AP) — Delegates to the 112th Kansas Baptist Convention will be seeking final adoption of the 1972 budget for $865,200 next Saturday, final day in the three-day meeting. More than 1,200 delegates and visitors from some 285 Baptist churches in the state are expected at the convention. The Hutchinson News MO 2-3311 Ttw Auoslated 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 67501 Stuart Awbrey Editor and Publisher Richard D. Popp John G. Harris Advertising Director Production Manage) Department Heads News: R. E. Coldren, managing editor. Wayne Lea, associate editor. James Hitch, new* editor. Rich Levett, night editor. ''Millie Hurlahe, weekend editor. Circulation: Dennis Smith, manager, Clarence Eates, mailing room foreman. Advertising: Louise Fooshee, classified manager. Business: James Drake, manager. Art Fabrizlus, office manager. Production: Robert Nicklln, Ray Gordon, composing room foremen. R. C. Robinson, D. E. Mangels, press room foreman. N 231 MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION Single copy 10c, Sunday 20c. Rural Mall In stata of Kansas, one year $27.(1; tlx month* $14.94; on* month $2.58. Elsewhere by mall, one year $30.00; tlx month* $14.00; on* month $3.00. Price Include* postage and applicable The Rev. Charles Pomeroy,! pastor of the First Baptist Church, Kansas City, Kan., will serve as president. The featured address will be delivered by Mrs. Ruth Rohlfs, Seattle, president of the American Baptist Convention. On opening day, a joint meeting is scheduled to include the Missionary Baptist Convention of Kansas. Convention officials say it follows a similar joint meeting last year, which was considered the primary success of the 1970 program. Both conventions will move to the Rev. Mr. Pomeroy's church Thursday for a plenary session. The featured speaker at that time will be Dr. V. Carney Hargroves, Germantown, Pa., president of the Baptist World Alliance. Phone Employes Set UF Goal' Meeting last week, the 27 Southwestern Bell Employee Solicitors set a United Fund em­ ploye goal of $6,560. They concluded their meeting by visiting two United Fund agencies, the Retarded Children's Center, Inc. and the Leisure Year Activities Center, Inc. Chairmen for this year's Southwestern Bell Ringer are Paul Nelson and Don Alonzo. Market Rebounds Near Week's End Hutchinson News Sunday, Oct. 3, 1971 Page 2 ON THE TRAIL — All smiles, Sen. Edmund S. Muskie, D-Maine, left, and Ohio's Democratic Gov, John J. Gilligan, and his wife, background, right, are greeted by group of fans as they arrive in Columbus, Ohio, for conven- (Hutchinson News-UPI Telephoto) tion of the Federated Democratic Women of Ohio. Muskie, a leading contender for the Democratic Presidential nomination, gave an unscheduled talk. NEW YORK (AP) — The stock market put in a mixed performance this past week but closed with a solid rebound. After dropping on Monday and drifting at midweek, the market turned upward Thursday and kept climbing Friday. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials ended the week with a gain of 4.67 points at 893.98. Analysts said the upturn was largely the result of technical factors. Many issues were sharply depressed following the Dow's nearly 19-point slide the previous week, they pointed out. This set the stage for'bar­ gain hunting. Uncertainties over what might follow the expiration of the current wage-price freeze dampened investor enthusiasm, keeping many traders on the sidelines. The Yom Kippur Jewish holiday on Wednesday sent New York Stock Exchange volume dropping to its second lowest level of the year. For the week, Big Board vol ume totaled 57.0 million shares compared with 61.2 million shares the previous week. Associated Press Rose The Associated Press 60-stock average rose 0.2 to 325.6. Standard & Poor's 500-stock index climbed 0.78 to 98.93. The broadly based New York Stock Exchange index of some 1,300 common stocks climbed 0.40 to 54.66. Of the 1,855 Big Board stocks traded, 849 advanced and 787 declined. There were 68 new highs and 162 new lows. SAVING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Announces the tonkin ^IviN© ACCOUNT Here's what Quik-Draw will do for you! • Lets you put your excess funds to work. • Pays interest from the date of deposit to date of withdrawal. • Earnings are compounded continuously and paid quarterly. • Convenient and easy to use — No passbook to keep track of. 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FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION MAIN AT NINTH WHERE YOU SAVE DOES MAKE A DIFFERENCE® Elsewhere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Pr Albany, clear 82 49 Albu'que, clear 67 41 Amarillo, clear 75 50 .37 Anchorage, rain 43 41 .50 Asheville, cldy 78 68 Atlanta, cldy 8* 60 Birmingham, clear 87 63 Bismarck, rain 54 48 1.30 Boise, clear 61 31 Boston, clear 88 56 Buffalo, clear 82 62 Charleston, cldy 87 73 Charlotte, cldy 85 6? 1.02 Chicago, clear 91 69 Cincinnati, clear 84 71 Cleveland, clear 78 60 Denver, cldy 61 38 Des Moines, clear 80 68 .14 Detroit, clear 86 55 Duluth, fog 61 54 .48 Fairbanks, M MM Fort Worth, cldy 89 74 Helena, clear 56 31 Honolulu, clear 87 73 Houston, clear M 76 Ind'apolis, clear 87 62 Juneau, rain 47 44 .14 Kansas City, clear 79 68 .12 Little Rock, clear 91 61 Los Angeles, clear 82 56 Louisville, clear 87 62 Miami, clear 88 79 Milwaukee, clear 86 63 Mpls-St.P., clear 74 64 New Orleans, cldy 89 67 New York, haze 73 67 .18 Okla. City, rain 81 63 .14 Omaha, clear 75 56 Philad'phia, cldy 75 67 .35 Phoenix, clear 80 553 Pittsburgh, clear 80 62 Ptland, Me., cldy 82 M .. St. Louis, cldy 89 69 Salt Lake, cldy 52 39 San Diego, clear 76 56 San Fran., clear 72 54 Seattle, cldy 64 50 Spokane/ clear 62 36 Tampa, clear 90 73 Washington, cldy 80 68 Hourly Temps. Hutchlnston temps. Tim* Temp. 53 1 a.m. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 noon .76 ..61 ..50 . .57 . .57 ..57 ..57 ..57 ..57 ..57 . .59 ..63 Tim* 1 p.m. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 19 11 12 midnight Temp. ....66 ...68 ....71 ....72 ....73 ....74 ...74 ....72 ....69 ....57 ....65 .63 Weather in the News CLEAR and COOLER, tvinds li$ht. Forecasts NEBRASKA cloudy southeast — Partly considerable cloudiness central and northeast Sunday. Chance of showers north central and extreme north and slight chance south central and remainder of northeast. Cooler Sunday east and south. Highs In 50s northwest to around 70 southeast. Partly cloudy Sunday night. Chance of showers northeast. Cooler with chance of frost or freeze central. Lows central In upper 20s to mid 30s. Lows near 40 northeast to mid 40s southeast. Monday clear to partly cloudy. Warmer west. Highs mid 60s to low 70s. MISSOURI — Thundershowers ending northwest and spreading from northeast to southwest on into southeast por­ tion's Sunday. Clear northwest spreading on through southeast Sunday night with clearing skies. High Sunday 70s northwest to 80s southeast, Low Sunday night mid 50s to mid 60s. High Monday mostly In the 70s. OKLAHOMA - Mostly fair Sunday and Monday. Cooler. Highs Sunday and Monday 70s. Lows Sunday night mid 40s panhandle to 60 southeast. ZONES 2 and 3 — Sunday fair and continued mild. Highs In the low 70s. Light variable wind. Sunday night fair and cool with lows In the tow 40s. ZONE 7 — Sunny and cooler Sunday. Winds light and variable. High in low to mid 70s. Mostly clear Sunday night. Low In 40s. ZONE 9 — Clearing and cooler Sunday and Sunday night. Winds light and variable Sunday. High Sunday 70 to 74. Low Sunday night 50 to 55. 1300 West 24th Open today 2 to 6 p.m. During the Parade of Homes, see this beautiful new home. It's what every family dreams of. Four bedrooms, two baths, shag carpeting, huge wood-burning fireplace, carpeted all- electric kitchen with outstanding cabinets, formal dining room, family room, finished recreation room in basement, double garage with electric door opener, and patio, LYNN UNRUH BUILDERS Member Hutchinson Home Builders' Association MO 2-1365 MO 2-6572 Today Is The Final Day— LAST DAY The Fabulous 1971 PARADE of HOMES t/i&it *76ue Show <w Tell This Afternoon-FREE ADMISSION Astle Realty 3905 Quivira Drive Continental Realty 903 East 32 Avenue 904 East 31 Terrace Country Village Homes One-half mile South of Obee School Charles Dillon Developer 901 East 31 Avenue (Apartments) Ensi Homebuilders 7006 North Monroe Ging Investment Co. 1401 West 24 Avenue 1100 West 24 Avenue Jayhawk Realty Co., Inc. 906 East 24 Avenue 3109 Garden Grove Parkway 1005 East 32 Avenue Terry Messing, Realtor 520 Baker Warren Sehmift Construction Co. 3009 Princeton 3110 Tulane (Duplex) Don M. Stiles & Sons 2500 Tyler 812 West 25 Tucker Agency, Inc. 1103 West 31 Avenue 3101 Sierra (Apartments) Lynn Unruh, Builder 1300 West 24 Avenue HOMES Are for LIVING We want to help you get the most out of living!

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