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Daily Transcript The Courts Municipal Traffic — Jimmy R. Smith, Parsons, careless driving, $25. Wlllard Lake Self, 207 Shaddock, reckless driving, $100 and 9u days, case appealed. Leland L. West, 320 West 5th, no muffler, 610. Jackie P. V. Mlnnis, Jr., 413 East F, speeding, S10. David D. Wlxson, 1612 West 22nd, speeding In school zone, $14. Dennis R. Adams, 325 East 13th, speeding, $J4; passing on railroad track, $20. Charles O. Zimmerman, 1100 West 15th, careless driving, $10. Gary G. Plnkston, 312 East Sherman, speeding, $55; reckless driving, $25. Myrle D. Hoffman, RFD 3, disobeying railroad crossing signal, $10 and 10 days, paroled to attend traffic school. Joho W. White, 31? West , tail light not operating, $10. Mae R. Cole, 111 East 16th, failing to yield (after posted stop), $10. Douglas G Harper, 502 West 1st, careless driving, $10. Mary J. Pounds, 1015 West 1st, careless driving, $10. Billie D. Helms, Moundridge, careless driving, $10. Dennis M. Asbury, 3004 Garden Grove, disobeying red traffic signal, $10. Vestil G. Nevlus, 251* East 43rd, illegal license plate, S15. Wesley D. Westfall, 10? West loth, no 4, speeding, $15. Mark A. Burns, 3002 fail light, $10. David W. Martin, 200 West 17th, speeding, $15. John W. Ginger- North Star, failing to yield right-of-way, ich, 1538 West 4th, failing to yield at posted stop, S10. Norma J. Lovielle, 440 posted stop, $10. Barbara A. Brooks, 1526 Justice, disobeying red traffic signal, $10. Landon, careless driving, found Innocent. Terry U. Talbot, 215 North Kansas Ave., Other—Ross M. Sheffler, 212 West 8th, muffler making excessive noise, $10. John non-payment of parking tickets, S10. Ty- R. Keyser, 1912 Tyler, speeding in school zone, S10. Nancy K. Hornbeck, 3116 North Hendricks, speeding, $10. Victor T. Ruelas, 503 Park, disobeying .stop sign, $10. Danny L. Mulligan, 304 West Sherman, having no approved helmet, $10; speeding, $10. Arthur Magbe, Jr., careless driving, $10. Ellis D. Faulkner, RFD Deaths Bradley Charles Curless Bradley Charles Curless, age six months, son of a former Hutchinson woman, was pronounced dead on arrival Monday morning at the McPherson County Hospital in McPherson. Cause of death was unconfirmed. He was the son of Mrs. Geneva Curless, McPherson, and formerly of 1609 West 17th, Hutchinson. Survivors include his mother; grandparents: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Krauzer, 400 Williams; Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Buskirk, 5400 North Plum. Graveside services will be at 3:3.0 p.m. Tuesday at the Eastside Cemetery; Rev. Henlry Smart. Lloyd O. Edmiston Lloyd Oliver Edmiston, 51, of Dodge City, brother of Ralph Edmiston, 807 West 17th, died Saturday at his home in Dodge City after an apparent heart attack. He was born Nov. 22, 1919, in Burdette, and married Eva Belle Wichita, sister of Hermon O. Mattenly, 10 West 23rd, died Sunday at the Wesley Medical Center after a short illness. She was born July 3, 1884, at Ennis, Tex., and was married to Thomas S. Howard, July 27, 1919, at Wichita. He died Dec. 1946. She lived in Hutchinson until 1933 when she moved to Wichita. | She was a member of Trinity Methodist Church, at Wichita. Graveside services will be 2. p.m. Tuesday at the Memorial Ui Park Cemetery, Hutchinson, Rev. M. J. Alexander. Friends may call from 4 to 9 p.m. Monday and until noon Tuesday at the Elliott Mortuary, Hutchinson. rone R. Pryor, 727 East 3rd, charged with having illegal license plate. Trial set Oct. 15. MAGISTRATE Traffic— Robert R. Zongker, Plevna, operating vehicle making excessive noise, $5. John W. Burns, 412 East G, no valid driver's license, dismissed, license produced. Lee R. Collins, 2925 North Lorraine, driving without driver's license in possession, $5; illegal transportation of liquor, $25. Ernest E. French, Wichita, failure to yield right-of-way at stop sign, $5. Gayle L. Ferrell, 714 East B, no driver's license, $5. William R. Canfleld, 206 Harvey, speeding, $12, disconnecting speedometer and odometer cable when transferring vehicle from dealer to dealer, $5. Melbourne C. Hawk, II, Atchison, speeding, $8. Vanita F. Mentzor, Ensign Weather in the Newk of the home; parents; grandparents: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sheppard, 114 East 16th; W. D.! Coleman, RFD 3; brother, Tedjspeedlng, $li. Mmer' D .' Schrag, Pretty Coleman, 3004 Cornell Drive ;1^ e '^ ing ' *"• , Fn,nkl ! n , p ' H f," •_i r. LX- n> i „ UI /-, 'Maize, speeding, $11. Lena I. Lavielle, sister, Patti Coleman, 3004 Cor nell Drive. Markets SOME SHOWERS expected in Plains tonight. Elseivhere Deaths Elsewhere Irene C. Oldenettel, 76, Haven; funeral 1:30 p.m. Monday at St. Paul's Lutheran tne | Church. Mrs. Charles Meadows, 92, Garden City,- funeral 10 a.m. Tuesday at First Methodist Church, Deerfield. Edna M. Smith, 68, McPherson; funeral 2 p.m. Tuesday at Quiring Glidden Chap- Mrs. Buster Hartness Mrs. Lillian Hartness, 67, 205 West 27th, died Monday morning at St. Francis Hospital, Wichita, atfer a one-year illness. Born Jan. 25, 1904 at Fargo, Okla., she married Buster Hartness in 1924 at Hutchin- Price, July 10, 1966, ait Lamed. I son He was a clock maker and lived I Survivors include the widower in Dodge City five years. of the home; sons: Irl, Arling- He was a member of the Bap-ton, Va.; Homer, San Antonio, tist Church, at Rozelle. Tex.; daughter: Juanita, of the Funeral will be 2:30 p.m. Mon- home; brothers: Andrew Mc Mrs. Jes Jessen, 99, Wichita; funeral 11:30 a.m. Tuesday at St. Paul's Lutheran Church. Jacob A. Loeffler, 76, Inman; funeral 10 a.m. Tuesday at Bethel Mennonlte Church. Mrs. Lawrence N. Lotimer, 90, Kingman; funeral 10 a.m. Tuesday at University Friends Church, Wichita. Mrs. Robert W. English, 90, Cimarron; funeral 2 p.m. Wednesday at First Christian Church. Orioles Nab Win Again day at the Beckwith Mortuary, Lamed, Rev. David Collins Burial will be in the Lamed Cemetery. Friends may call un til service time Monday at the mortuary. Ralph E. Ackley Ralph E. Ackley, 59, of Pratt, father of Richard Ackley, Hutch inson, died Sunday at the Wesley Medical Center, Wichita, after a short illness. He was bom July 14, 1912, in Pratt, and married Marion Hans, Sept. 20, 1947, at Pratt, He was owner and operator of the Ackley Florist Shop and a lifelong resident of Pratt. He was a member of the United Presbyterian Church, Past Exalted Ruler of the Pratt Elks Lodge, DSA winner of 1942, the American Legion, and a Veteran of World War II. Funeral will be 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Ayres-Calbeck Chapel, Rev. C. Don Close. Burial will be in the Greenlawn Cemetery. Friends may call from noon until 9 p.m. Monday and until service time Tuesday at the chapel. Mrs. Thomas S. Howard Mrs. Fadra J. Howard, 88, of Keima, 18 East 12th; John McKenna, Montezuma; Kermit McKenna, Butler, Okla.; Ted McKenna, Alex, Okla.; sisters: Mrs. Edith Rankin, 415 Carpenter; Mrs. Blanche Murray, Waynoka, Okla.; four grandchildren. Funeral will be 10 a.m. Wednesday at Elliott Chapel; Rev. Alfred Gerdel. Burial will be in Fairlawn Cemetery. Mrs. Leland Squier Mrs. Marcia Elizabeth Squier, 21, Manhattan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Coleman, 3004 Cornell Drive, died Sunday afternoon after a three-vehicle crash on 1-70 about one mile east of Quinter. Born Nov. 2,1949 at Hutchinson, she married Leland Squier Aug. 15, 1970 in Hutchinson. A 1967 graduate of Hutchinson High School, Mrs. Squier was the Community Ambassador to Sweden in 1967. She attended Hutchinson Community College and was graduated from. Kansas State University, Manhattan, in May of 1971. A member of Trinity United Methodist Church, she was a graduate student at K-State. Survivors include the widower St. John, speeding, $12. James W. Pul liam, Anthony, speeding, $12. Dennis G. Ediger, Buhler, speeding, $13. Virgil J. Adams, Medicine Lodge, disobeying stop sign, $5. Elmer T. Setzkorn, Rock, speeding, $16. Criminal— Merle E. Benton, 617 East 8th, charged with joyriding In plane belonging to R. L. Smith, owner of Mid Kansas Aviation. Case set for trial Nov. 12. DISTRICT Civil— Salt City' Federal Savings and Loan vs. August L. Stunkel and Alice M. Stunkel. Judgment for plaintiff, Salt City Federal Savings and Loan In sum of 49,206.77 against defendants August L. Stunkel and Alice M. Stunkel. Second mortgage of defendant Angle Fern Rotz and Cecil E. Rotz foreclosed and declared a lien inferior to Salt City Federal Savings'and Loan. Judgment in sum of $698.41 for defendants Angle Fern Rotz and Cecil E. Rotz against defendants August L. Stunkel and Alice M. Stunkel. Liberty Loan Corp. of Jayhawk, Inc., vs. James D. Faulkner. Judgment by default for plaintiff for $413.14. Unified School District #308 vs. Harold R. Nevlus and Patricia J. Nevius. Plaintiff given default judgment in sum of $251.63. DIVORCES Granted F lores. John F lores from Kristen BALTIMORE (AP) - Baltimore's Orioles took another step toward defending their World Series championship today when they beat the Oakland Athletics 5-1. The victory puts the Orioles a game away from winning the best - of - five American League playoff. Army Opens Investigation WASHINGTON (AP) - The secretary of the Army is reviewing the case of Lt. Col. Anthony B. Herbert, who says his career was destroyed after he accused two superior officers of covering up Vietnam war atrocities. , ', . , itinla A. Palacioz, 24, 1429 North Cochran, An Army spokesman has ac-| and Rex F . Ramsay, 82, 319 west 7th. knOWledged that Secretary Rob - Ramsa V charged with disobeying stop Froehlke has entered ill";."'^?, A ' Pa,acioz rece,ved ,e9 Traffic Accidents Oct. 2 —3:26 a.m. 600 Block West 5th. Gerald E. Gabhart, 17, 808 West 5th, and Charles C. Collins, 67, 307 West 8th. Gabhart charged with careless driving after accident with parked vehicle owned by Collins. 10:04 a .m.— 6th and Poplar. Vern J. Fowler, 75, 809 West 18th, and Sister Angela M. Taylor, 51, Wichita. Fowler charged with failure to yield right of way, posted stop. Fowler received Injuries to left wrist, .not treated and passenger, Sister M. Carmelita Bllck, 49, Wichita, received bump on head, not treated. 12:00 p.m.— 400 block East 3rd. Sandra A. Buckridge, 21, Emporia, and Elizabeth A. Glllock, 22, Nickerson. Buckridge charged with failure to yield right of way, emerging from private drive. Robert D. McGill, 3, Emporia, passenger in the Buckridge vehicle, received injuries to head, not treated. 2 :3S p.m.— 100 '.Block East 10th. Officer Roger L. Conlon,23, IIO6V2 East A, was involved in accident with parked vehicle owned by Earl J. Rose, Jr., 50, 704 West 24th. 3 :51 p.m.— D and Maple. Joy B. Guthrie, 44, 418 Walker, and James T. Crow, 23, 630 East 6th. Guthrie, who received body Inlurles, was treated at North Hospital, charged with failing to yield right- of-way at posted stop. 5 :07 p.m —3rd and Severance. Chris- By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Pr Albany, cldy 63 52 Albu'que, clear 67 46 Amarillo, clear 68 44 Anchorage, snow 40 34 .05 Ashevllle,. cldy 84 57 Atlanta, clear 85 65 Birmingham, cldy 86 63 Bismarck, cldy 53 37 Boise, clear 68 46 Boston, cldy 73 49 Buffalo, cldy 78 65 Charleston, cldy 88 71 Charlotte, clear 84 64 Chicago, clear 75 51 .15 Cincinnati, cldy 82 61 Cleveland, rain 63 64 T Denver, clear 65 33 Des Moines, clear 69 45 Detroit, cldy 83 57 .02 Duluth, cldy 56 47 .01 Fairbanks, M M M Fort Worth, cldy 76 61 2.11 Green Bay, clear 72 47 .02 Helena, cldy 65 47 Honolulu, clear 86 74 M Houston, cldy 87 69 .89 Ind'apolls, cldy 86 55 .32 Jacks'ville, clear 92 64 Juneau, M M M Kansas City, clear 75 49 Little Rock, cldy 92 68 Los Angeles, clear 85 65 Louisville, clear 87 64 Marquette, clear 70 45 .07 Memphis, cldy 88 69 Miami, cldy 83 81 Milwaukee, clear 71 48 .70 Mpls-St.P., cldy 56 49 New Orleans, cldy 87 71 New York, clear 72 57 Okla. City, clear 70 52 Omaha, clear 68 41 Philad'phia, cldy 77 61 Phoenix, clear 85 62 Pittsburgh, cldy 79 64 Ptland, Me., clear 77 48 Ptland, Ore., cldy 69 49 Rapid City, clear 64 40 Richmond, cldy 80 66 St. Louis, clear 76 51 .24 Salt Lake, clear 57 37 San Diego, clear 78 59 San Fran., clear 74 52 Seattle, cldy 64 57 Spokane, cldy 66 54 Tampa, clear 87 77 Washington, cldy 83 65 CANADIAN CITIES: Edmonton, M M M Montreal, M M M Toronto, M M M Winnipeg, cM M M M—Missing, T—Trace Precipitation Probabilities ert F. Herbert's case but would only say further that an announcement will be made when the review is completed. Herbert, the Army's most decorated enlisted man of the Korean War, now spends his days as industrial operations officer at Ft. McPherson, Ga., supervising the post mortuary and laundry service. Hutchinson Churches Jilh In a series on Hutchinson churches and pastors Former EUB Church The Evangelical United Brethren Church, 5th and Walnut, is an example of earlier day church architecture. Observers will find several churches around Hutchinson with this architecture. There was always the basement, brought about by building the main floor 10 to 15 steps more or less above the street. The church basement always contained Sunday school rooms. Persons who were not so sure of foot found this type of church hard to enter. Members of this church had many troubles and faced many changes of the physical church. In 1891 Rev. C. B. Kirkpatrick came up from Haven and launched the church with 27 charter members, meeting in the old courthouse. In 1893 Rev. T. H. Walt and his 18 year old son took charge. The son served as pastor for several months. There were six pastors in three years around 1895. The church has been for sale since the merger with the Methodists when Rev. C. Robert Brown became the pastor of the new group. Mr. Brown was the last EUB pastor. OHM € Sons FUNERAL HOME T «c «taorT «ec )U)«t*i 134 East Sherman, Hutchinson MiMaen ay INVITATION Injuries, not treated. Passenger Camllle A. Palacioz, 7 months, received bump to head, treated at South Hospital. Oct. 3—12:19 a.m.— 1800 Block East 4th. Oliver J. Self, 17, 19 West 8th, and Earl L. Searles, 27, 615 West 5th, Lot 4. 5:01 p.m.— 5th and Elm. Ronald G. Krieg, 14, 2704 North Waldron, and Elizabeth A. Plush, 17, 739 West 14th. Krieg received injuries to eye and arm, not treated and was charged with disobeying stop sign. Where's The Fire Oct 2—9:09 a.m. 523 Star. Honest mistake, steam coming from siding of house. Oct 3—5:12 p.m. 5th. and Elm. Called to wash gasoline from street at scene of accident. Oct. 4—7:57 a.m. 724 West 1st. Burning smell reported. No fire or smoke, apparent cause, poorly vented heating stove. Marriage Licenses Daryl Dee Regier, 19, Buhler, and Juanita Louise Raner, 18, Hutchinson. Gene Done' DuVal, 23, 400 East 12th, and Zenltha Ann Morgan, 22, 6 West 56th. Worrle'd About FALSE TEETH Coming Loose? Zone 1—Fair and cool tonight; lows in the upper 30s to lower 40s; west to southwesterly winds 5 to 15 mph this afternoon becoming light and variable tonight; mostly sunny and a little warmer Tuesday; highs in the upper 70s; precipitation probabilities near zero per cent through Tuesday. Zones 2 and 3—Light and variable winds tonight; fair and cool tonight; lows low to middle 40s; Tuesday fair and a little warmer; highs near 80; precipitation probabilities near zero per cent tonight and Tuesday. Zones 4, 5, 6, 7, 8—Fair and cool tonight; lows in the 40s; winds light west to northwesterly this afternoon becoming light and variable tonight; mostly sunny and mild Tuesday; highs in the upper 70s; precipitation probabilities near zero per cent through Tuesday. Zones 9 and 10 (Hutchinson)— Generally fair with mild days and cool night through Tuesday; light and variable winds tonight; low tonight upper 40s; high Tuesday near 80; precipitation probability near zero per cent tonight and Tuesday. Extended Outlook Kansas extended outlook Wednesday through Friday — Cool Wednesday morning then marked warming Thursday and Friday; highs averaging near 80 over the state; lows averaging lower 405 northwest to lower 50s southeast; no precipitation is expected Wednesday through Friday. Don't be so afraid that your false teeth will come loose or drop Just at the wrong time. For more security I and comfort, sprinkle FASTEETH* ' Denture Adhesive Powder on your plates. FASTEETH holds dentures firmer longer. Makes eating easier. FASTEETH Is not acid. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste: Dentures that fit are essential to health. See your dentist regularly. Get easy-to-use FASTEETH at all drug counters. CONSTIPATEDO DUE TO LACK OF FOOft " BULK IN YOUR DIET • TRY- What is a compact bank? It's where you get auto financing at compact rates. • COMPi BANK IkCT NG ) NORTH NATIONAL GATE BANK fast 30th / 663-1201 / Hutchinson Kansas Points TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — High and low temperatures and pre- cipilation reports for 24 hours ended at 6 a.m.: Goodiand 69 36 Hill City 72 41 Russell 73 42 Salina 74 42 Concordia 71 44 Topeka 75 41 Manhattan 72 42 Wamego 76 44 Garden City 70 41 Dodge City 70 44 Hutchinson 72 50 Wichita 72 46 Emporia 73 44 Chanute 75 48 Coffeyvilie 74 57 T Pittsburg 76 44 Forecasts MISSOURI — Clear to partly cloudy and cooler tonight with the lows 38 to 44 north and 45 to 50 south; sunny and pleasant on Tuesday; high Tuesday In the 70s. OKLAHOMA —Generally fair through Tuesday; a. little warmer in the afternoons; lows tonight 40 northwest to 55 southeast; highs Tuesday 73 to 83. Dock Strike Sets Record By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The West Coast's dock strike became the longest in its history today, entering its 96th day as mediators reported some progress in the negotiations. Talks in the East Coast dock strike, which began Friday, resume today in New York City. Negotiators for 80,000 striking soft coal miners were to report to their members today. J. Curtis Counts, chief federal mediator in the West Coast dock walkout, said in San Francisco Sunday, "We're nearer a settlement that we were before and we're still trying." More Talks The talks between the striking International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union and the Pacific Maritime Association were recessed after four hours with another session set for today. The strike which began July 1 had idled 15,000 longshoremen, tied up some 208 ships and their crews and cost the economy of California alone an estimated $1.5 billion. The longest previous dock strike on the West Coast ended on Christmas Eve in 1948 after 95 days. At issue is a dispute over off- dock handling of containers and ILWU's demands for guaranteed pay for 40 hours a week, plus a $1.60 hourly raise over the present base pay of $4.29 an hour. The East Coast strike involves 45,000 members of the AFL-CIO International Longshoremen's Association who work in ports from Maine to Texas. Locals elsewhere walked out in support of the union's refusal to work without a contract extension in New York. Soybeans Take Drop CHICAGO (AP) — Heavy liquidation forced soybeans futures prices downward by more than 4 cents a bushel on the Chicago Board of Trade Monday. "Wheat futures declined more than 2 cents and corn and oats were down 1 cent. Soybean meal prices eased around 75 cents a ton and soybean oil closed around 10 points lower. Kansas City Wheat Dec Mar May Jul PC I .4414 1.42 -iJ 1.40'/ 2 1.36'/! Open 1.45 1.41% 1.3W4 1 .35Vi High 1 .44 1.42V8 !.»'/« 1 .35% Low 1.431/j 1.415.4 l.395i 1 .35% Close 1.43V2 1 .42 1.3»'/« 1.3544 Chicago Wheat Dec Mar May Jul PC 1.48% 1.49% 1.48VJ I .4OV4 Open 1 .47% I .48V2 1 .47 'A 1 .391 /4 High 1 .47% 1.4BVi 1.47% J.39V4 LOW 1.46'/a 1.47% 1 .46'/j 1.38'/j Close 1 .46?/a 1 .475 /4 1.46»/» 1.38% Chicago Oats Dec Mar May PC 69 68V« 67',i Close 70 WA tm Chicago Corn Dec Mar May Jul PC 1.13% 1.18 1.21% 1.23V4 Open 1.12% 1.17 *2 I.20V2 1.22'/! High 1.13% 1 .18 1.21 1.22% Low 1,12% 1.1714 1.20V4 1.22% Close 1.12% 1.17% 1.20'/! 1.22% Chicago Soybeans Nov Jan Mar PC 3.11 3.14% 3.19 Close 3.073 /4 3.10=4 3.143 .4 Chicago Eggs Oct Nov PC 32.60 35.85 Close 32.15 35.60 Grain Receipt WHEAT—Hutchinson, today 110; week ago 240; year ago 464. Wichita 76; K.C. 170; Salina 67. CORN^K.C. 140. OATS—K.C. 3. KAFIR—Hutchinson 34; K.C. 421. Hutchinson Wheat Hutchinson Board of Trade closing wheat price unchanged to Vi lower. Basis unchanged' to '/a higher. Demand good. Cash Sales (K.C. Basis) Volume 12 cars. No 1 hd and dk hd 10. No 2 hd and dk hd 2. KANSAS CITY (AP) Wheat 170 cars: VA to 2VA lower; No. 2 hard 1.52 '/2 -1.64n; No. 3 1.54 '/4 -1.56 '/4,- No. 2 red wheat 1.47V3-1.49; No. 3 1.45Vi-1.4Sn. Corn 140 cars: Unchanged 'i lower; No. 2 white 1.12-1.17n; No. 3 1.00-1.16n; No. 2 yellow 1.08Vj-l.l«in; No. 3 1.00'/;- 1.15%n. Oats 3 cars: Nominally unchanged; No. 2 white .66- .75 n; No. 3 .61-.74n. No. 2 Mllo 1.71-1.84n. No. 2 Rye .90-.98n. No. 2 Barley 1.08 c 1.16n. No. 1 Soybeans 2.92 '/4C 3.06V?. Sacked bran 44.50c 45.25 Sacked shorts 45.50 c 46.25. Wheat futures closed from '/» higher to VA lower. Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) — Monday: High..Low. Close WHEAT Dec Mar May Jul Sep Dec Har May Jul Sep Dec Mar Dec Mar May Jul Sep Nov Jan Mar May Jul Aug Sep CORN OATS 1.47% 1.46'/a 1.46% I .48V2 1.47% 1 .47% 1 .47% 1.46V4 1 .46% 1.39V4 1 .38V2 1.38% 1.40 1.13% 1.12% 1 .123 ,4 1 .18 1.17 '/4 1.17'/! 1.21 1 .20V4 1.20 '/2 1.22% 1 .22% 1.22% !.23'/j 1.23VB 1 .23V4 1.21% 1 .21'A 1.21V, 1.25% SOYBEANS .70 .69 .63 .66% .67Va .68% .67% .66% .66 .&7'/2 .70 .68% .67'/ 2 .66V4 .67'/! 3.10V2 3.071 /4 3.07 '/4 3.13% 3 .IOV2 3.10% 3.18 3.14% 3.14% 3.21 3.17V2 3.17% 3.21% 3.18 '/4 3.18V! 3.16% 3.13V2 3.13'/; 2.97% 2.96V4 2.96V4 Pope Paul 111 VATICAN CITY (AP) Pope Paul VI was reported today to be suffering from a light cold that prevented him from attending this fourth day's sessions of the World Synod of Bishops. Cattle-Hog Markets Chicago Caltla Oct Dec Feb PC 32.65 32.20 32,00 Close 32.47 32.10 32.00 Chicago Hog Futures Oct Dec PC 20.47 21.10 Close 20.10 20.95 Pork Bellies Feb Mar PC 31.05 31.05 Close 30.97 31.00 Local Stocks Open High Low 1 pm Cessan 23 23Vi 23 23'/ 2 W. R. Grace 31% 31% 31% 31% Frontier 5V» 5'/« 5% 5% Dillons 23% 23% 23% 23% Interpace 27 '/2 28% 27 '/2 28% Morton-Norwich ... 25% 25% 25% 2S'/» Bid Asked Drummer Boy % Vt Hesston lSVi 16 Medicalodges IV2 2Vt Nat'l Inv. Co., Inc 2% 3 Amer. Inv. Life Ins T /t 8 P0WERFUI PLUNGER CHARS CLOGGED TOILETS NEVER AGAIN thai tick feeling whan your toilet overflows TOILAFLEX Toilet Plunger Unlike ordinary plungers, Toilaflex does not permit compressed air or messy water to splash back or escape. With Toilaflex the full pressure plows through the clogging mass and swishes it down. ' • SUCTION-RIM STOPS SPLASH-BACK • CENTERS ITSELF, CAN'T SKID AROUND • TAPERED TAILOIVES AIRTIGHT FIT Oat the Genuine Toilaflex' >2*» AT HAtOWAM fTOtlf Produce Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) — Wholesale eggs unchanged: large, 80 per cent A 26-35; medium, 80 per cent A 17-26. CHICAGO (AP) — USDA Butter: wholesale selling prices unchanged; 93 score AA 69; 92 A 69; 90 B 66'/:. Eggs: issued only on Wednesday and Friday. Troops Get Raise WASHINGTON (AP) - The Senate voted 65-4 today to grant members of the armed forces a S381-million annual pay raise on top of the $2.4 billion approved last month by a Senate-House conference. Mart Shows Modest Gain NEW YORK (AP) — The stock market maintained most of its early gain today in moderately active trading, continuing a modest rally begun last Thursday. The 2 p.m. Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was ahead 4.17 at 898.15. NEW YORK (AP) Stocks: Early Admiral Allied Ch AllisCh Alcoa Am Airl 36 A Cyan 34 Am Motors .7? a Am TvT 44 Ampex Corp .... 14=.S> Anacond 14% At I Rlchfld 70% Avco Corp 17 '/7 Close Net Chg, ..17% D Ifc ...32% 13'/! .46% U 5 b ,.41 '/4 ..lS'/a ..26% ..16 .70 ,23'/2 ..29% .47 ..46% ..60'/« ..34% . 30% .23514 ..13% ..69Vi .156 ,.87 '/2 ..48% . .74% ..55 . .29% .703,4 Dynam 21 Vi ,.63'/a ..35% .843 ,4 . ,30'/a .33V? .31% .23VB .27 .. .52 Vi 22VB 308 Harv 28% .33% 23 3 ,4 .25', ? .10% .44 ...33% .253/4 BeatFds BeechAIr Beth Stl . Boeing Co CelaneseCp Cessna Air Chryslr CitiesSvc CBS Comsat Cont Can Cont Oil CorGIW CurtissWrt DowChm duPont EasKodak Echlin Mf Emer El Firestne FMC Cp Ford M . Gen Gen Elec GenMllls GenAAot GenTelEI Goodyr Grace Greyhound Gulf Oil Hercules Homestke IBM Int Int Pap ... Kan GE ... KanPLf Katy Ind ... KerrMcG Kroger . . Littonlnd Marcor MartinM AAcDonD MidSUtll MinnMM MobllOII Monsant Nabisco Nat Gyp ... NoNGas Nort Simon Okla GE ... OklaNGs PanAm WAir Panh EP .. 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U % U V 2 U '-a U 1 U '« U '4 U IVa U Va U 5 a U 3 /a D VA U % U <'1 D Vi D !"• U 2 U Vi D Va U 3I, U U U % D VA D % D Va U % U Vi U VA U ',« D Va U Va U % U ',2 U U U D U U U U U U 1 D U U U U u D U U U U U U D U D D U Factory-trained Service on these Component Stereo System: • Scott • Marantz • Pioneer • Kenwood • Sansui • Panasonic • Lafayette • Harmon • Karden LETT TV 508 E. 4th MO 3*1181 Livestock Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) — Cattle 1,800; calves 150; steers, heifers and cows steady to fully 25 lower; feeders mostly steady; steers choice 31 .50 -32.7S; mixed good and choice 30.75-31 .50; good 27 .00 -30 .50; heifers choice 30.50-31.50; good and low choice 27.00-30.00; cows utility and commercial 20.50-22.25; few 22.50-23.00; feeder steers and steer calves good and choice 275-400 lb 38.00-42.00; 40O-5C0 lb 35.00-38.50 ; 500-700 lb 32.0037 .50; 70-90 lb 29.50-33 .00; feeder heifers and heifer calves high good and choice 250-400 lb 34.OO-36.00; 4C0 -65O lb 31 .0034 .00 ; 650-850 lb 28.50-31.50; good 385-750 lb 27.00-30.50. Hogs 6 ,000; barrows and gilts fully 25 lower; Instances 50 off; 1-3 200-250 lb 20 .00-25; 2-4 250285 lb 19 .00 -20 .00; sows steady ' to 25 lower; full declined on weights over 400 lb; 1-3 320-400 lb 16.50-17 .00,' 400-630 lb 16.25-50. Sheep 300; waded lambs fully steady; Instances 50 higher; ewes and feeder lambs steady; wooled lambs choice and prime mostly fall shorn pelts 27 .00; choice 26 .00 -50; good and low choice 24.50-26,00; cull to good ewes 3.50-5.50; feeder lambs good and choice 18,00-21.00. Estimates for tomorrow: cattle 1,000; calves 100; hogs 4,000; sheep 300. WICHITA, Kan. (AP) Cattle 600; steers steady; heifers steady, instances 25 lower; cows steady to 50 lower; steers average to high choice 32.60-80; mixed good and low choice 30.70-31.00; heifers choice few high good 30 .40 -70; choice 30.10; mixed good and low choice 29.40-85; cows utility and commercial 20.00-22.70; Individuals 24.10. Hogs 1 ,500; barrows and gilts 25 -lower; 1 -2 210-230 lb 20.00; 13 200-240 lb 19.50-20.00; 250-270 lb 18.50-19 .25; sows steady; 1-3 300 -400 lb 16.00 -17 .00; 400-60 lb 15.25-16.25. Sheep 30; lambs 50 lower; ewes steady; wooled lambs choice and prime 25.50; cull to good ewes 3.00 -5 .00. DENVER (AP) — Cattle 350; slaughter cows 25 to 50 lower, high cutter and utility 20.5022 .75; cutter 19.90-21.70; a few canner 18 .00 -19.90; slaughter bulls, utility and commercial 26.50-28.00; Individual high dressing commercial 29.40. Hogs 700; barrows and gilts 25 lower; U.S. No. 1 and 2 210230 lb 20.50-20.75; 1-3 200-240 19.75-20.50; 2-4 240-260 18.5019.75; sows steady to strong, No. 1-2 300-600 lb 14.50-16.00. Local Markets •TRUCK WHEAT -1 .25 BRAN—2.85 , SHORTS—2.90 WICHITA TRUCK WHEAT—1.27 'Board of Trade quotation, not neceS' sarlly elevator price. Page 2 The Hutchinson News Monday, October 4, 1971 JVews Briefs Enemy Push Looms WiVSHINGTON (AP) — The North Vietnamese may launch their dry-season resupply push along the Ho Chi Minh trail earlier than usual this year, U.S. military officials say. Britons Meet (AP) Labor BRIGHTON, England — Britain's opposition party today begins its 70th annual convention, torn and troubled by disputes over the nation's projected entry into the European Common Market. Wichitan Killed WICHITA, Kan. (AP) - Police said David R. Brown, 23, was fatally wounded Sunday night in an apparently accidental shooting. Officers said Brown was visiting in an apartment with Michael E. Holt, also 23, and Holt said they were playing around with a pistol they believed was not loaded when the weapon discharged. Irish Clash BELFAST, Northern Ireland (AP) — British troops fought a two-hour gun battle with snipers and bomb-throwing guerrillas during predawn riot in Belfast today, the army said. Viets Launch Drive SAIGON (AP) - An 800-man South Vietnamese task force launched another drive today eastward from the Cambodian town of Krek toward a fire-base that has been under repeated enemy shelling for nine days. Plans Hearings WASHINGTON (AP) — The HOUSJ conservation subcommittee said today it will hold hearings later this month in an attempt to clear up confusion over phosphate detergents. Reps. Chet Holifield. D-Calif., and Henry Reuss, D-Wis., said in a statement that the hearings will concentrate on phosphate detergents' effect on the environment and their susceptibility to waste treatment. Justices Mourned WASHINGTON (AP) — The seven remaining Supreme Court justices returned solemnly to the bench today to begin the 1971-72 term without two illustrious colleagues, Hugo L. Black and John M. Harlan. Black's death and the serious illness of Harlan cast gloom over the 11-minute session, which was devoted largely to a tribute to their careers by Chief Justice Warren E. Burger. Their high-backed leather chairs had been removed and the remaining justices were seated in a new order of seniority. Resume Berlin Talks BERLIN (AP) - East and West Berlin negotiators resumed their dialogue today, an impasse over what they are talking about apparently cleared up. Weather to Stay TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) Nearly perfect fall weather, featuring cool, crisp nights and mild, pleasant days, moved into Kansas Sunday, and the weather service sees no change for several days. > Try I The New Camelot I Inn 06th & Adams, Hutchinson f ~\ for Reservations ! Phone 6634175 Collect 17 up- Color TV Every Room The Hutchinson News MO 2-3311 The Associated Prtw It entitled to the use by reproduction of all local newt, printed In the ntwipapv wall at all AP No/ft dispatch**. Published dally and Sunday at 300 Wtit Second Hutchlnwn, Kinut 67J0I Stuart Awtrty Editor and Publisher Richard D. Popp John 6. Harrla Advertising Director Production Manager Department Heads Newt: R. E. Coldren, managing editor. Wayne Lee, aitoclat* editor. James Hitch, newt editor. Rich Lovett, night editor. Millie Hurlahe, weekand editor. Circulation: Otnnli Smith, manager. Clarence Eales, milling room foreman. Advertising: Loulit Fooihee, classified manager. Business: Jamas Drake, manager. Art Fabrlzlus, office manager. Production: Robert Nlcklln, Ray Gordon, composing room foramen. R. C. Robinson, D. E. Mangels, press room fort- men. «'|.'IM:IC i H» N 211 MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Single copy 10c, Sunday JOe. Rural Mall in state of Kansas, one veer $27.81; six months $14.94; one month S2.SS. Elsewhere by mill, one year Stt.Mi six months si 6.00 j one month $3.00. Price Includes postage and applicable salts tax. Second data aettegtpild at Hutchln­ wn, Kansas e7501.

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