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Clifton F. Lindsey - Clifton F. Lindsey, 80, 815 jEast 10th, died Monday at 5 South Hospital after a four- week illness. , Born May 10, 1891 in Poyen, Ark., he married Roxie B Hicks, May 16, 1914 in Malvern, Ark. They came to Hutchinson in 1925. She died Oct. 17, 1955. He was a retired felt checker with the Packaging Corp. of America. Survivors include a son: Carl, 26 Eastwood, daughter: Mrs. Dorothy Long, McPherson; brothers: Rufus, San Bernardino, Calif.; Worley, Isleton Vista, Calif.; sister: Mrs. Minnie Benner, Hot Springs, Ark; two granddaughters; two great­ grandchildren. Deaths Funeral will be 10 a.m. Thursday at the Elliott Chapel; Rev. H. O. Lindeblad. Burial will be in Fairlawn Cemetery. Friends may call from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Thursday at the Elliott Chapel. John E. (Jack) Battin John E. Battin, 67, 308 North Park, died at 11 p.m. Monday at the Veterans Hospital in Wichita after a short illness. Born June 15, 1904 at Law rence, he married Helen Chappel on June 6, 1943 at Ottawa. A resident of Hutchinson for 61 years, he was a World War II veteran and a member of the local Moose Lodge and Ameri can Legion. He retired from the maintenance department at the Post Office in June. Survivors include the widow of the home and a stcp-daugh ter, Jean Wash. Bradley, Seattle With Christopher, you may be amazed by what you can discover. &0/n liable w lu today High-grade corporate and institutional bonds are currently yielding up to 8% annual interest, payable semiannually. For complete information concerning the investment possibilities of corporate and institutional bonds, without cost or obligation of any kind, use the coupon below. Or telephone any account executive at B. C. Christopher and Company. we think of your future. 29 West 2nd St. • 663-5461 Member New York Stock Exchange, Inc., with offices in eight states and 93 years investment experience. Please send me a complimentary copy of the B. C. Christopher report described above. NAME. ADDRESS. CITY. _STATE_ _ZIP_ PHONE_ 13 YIELD Available Today High-grade corporate and institutional bonds are currently yielding up to 8% annual interest, payable semiannually. For complete information concerning the investment possibilities of corporate and institutional bonds, without cost or obligations of any kind, use the coupon below. Or telephone any account executive at B. C. Christopher & Company; With Christopher, you may be amazed by what you can discover. WE INVITE YOU TO CONSULT WITH OUR REGISTERED REPRESENTATIVES. Dave Johnston, Mgr. • Willard Nuzum William Terry • Bette J. Hostetler Steve Chalfant • Fayne Ritterhouse When you go to market, Go Fully Informed. M!.H»f.R HIW YORK STOCK LXCHANGL Established 1671 29 West 2nd Street, Hutchinson, Kansas Phone 663-5461 B.C. CHRISTOPHER & CO. (Address of Local Office) Please send me a complimentary copy of the B. C. Christopher report described above. Name Address City ' State Zip | Emanuei J. Heckcr SALINA—Emanuel J. Heckcr 65, Salina, father of M r s. Al Fiffe, 1529 North Main, died Sun day at St. John's Hospital. Born April 24, 1906, at Park He was owner of the Hecker Implement Co, and was a for mer member of the Salina Po lice Department. Other survivors arc: widow Mary; mother, Mrs. Anna M Hecker, Salina; son, Vernon Junction City; daughters, Mrs Donald Stafford, Topeka; Mrs John Jilka, Mentor; Mrs. James Clennan, El Dorado; Mrs. Har old Morris, Ft. Collins, Colo. Mrs. Roy House, McPherson brothers, Rev. A. J. Gorham Martin, Oakley; Lib, Quinter Luke, Denver, Colo.; Greg, Sa lina; sisters, Mrs. Sally Colip Avon Park, Fla.; Mrs. Russell Gorman, Salina; 34 grandchil dren. Funeral will be 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Sacred Heart Cath olic Cathedral; Msgr. Wiliam Merchant. Rosary service wi be al 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Ryan Mortuary. Burial will be in Mt. Calvary Cemetery. Deaths Elsewhere Mrs. Harry Dicus, 67, Preston; funeral 2:30 p.m. Wednesday at Maupam Funeral Home, Auxvasse, Mo. Mrs. Jesse Hurl, at, Chase; funeral 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at St. Mary' Catholic Church. Mrs. H. D. Clayton, 80, McPherson funeral 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the Quiring Glldden Chapel. George Emery Eckort, 58, Great Bend funeral 10 a.m. Wednesday at Cook and Weber Funeral Home. Charles M. Menrer, 59, Olmitz; funeral 10 a.m. Wednesday at St. Ann's Catholic Church. Funerals Mrs. Lcland Squier Funeral for Mrs. M a r c i a Elizabeth Squicr, 21, Manhattan, who died Sunday in a three-vehicle accident, will be 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Trini ty United Methodist Church Rev. Paul Matthaei. Burial will be in Fairlawn Cemetery Friends may call from 1 to 10 p.m. Tuesday at the Elliott Chapel. The family suggests memorials to the church. She was the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Max Coleman, 3004 Cornell Drive. Death in Family Ends Hawaii Trip Rec Coldren, News managing editor, and Mrs. Coldren, who went to Honolulu Saturday for a United Press International convention, were called back to California Sunday night by the death of Mrs. Coldren's mother, Mrs.- Helen Combs. Mrs. Combs, 68, died at her home in Colfax, Calif. Other survivors are a daugh ter, Mrs. Leland Beretta, Colfax; seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildern. Funeral will be Thursday afternoon in Colfax. Franchise Ordinance Set for Publication An ordinance granting a city gas franchise to Kansas Power and Light Co. to provide service to Carey Salt Evaporating plant and Fairlawn Cemetery, now served by Plateau Gas Co., will be published in Friday's News. Final action by the City Commission cannot take place until 20-day protest period has elapsed following publication. Mayor David Mackey voiced opposition to the request Tuesday because of what he terms "an inequity" in the rate of franchise tax agreements. Transcript Hospitals NORTH HOSPITAL BIRTHS GirlJ — Mr. and Mrs. Larry E. Mon- tanvon,, 2) Detroit, South Hutchinson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James B. Frank, Nickerson, Monday. Boys — Mr. and Mrs. Stephen L. Reese, 109 South Reno, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Donald D. Wiggins, 3204 North Walnut, Monday. Mir. and Mrs. Albert L. Chron- isicr, 1203 East Bth, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. William Anthony, Jr., 1400 West .Ith, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Mauck, 3309 North Waldron, Tuesday. The Courts MUNICIPAL Traffic—Sandra A. Buckridge. Emporia, failure to yield right of way, emerging from privale drive, S10. Stanley Dlack- mon, 727 East 3rd, speeding, $25, muffler making excessive noise, S10 remitted. Jack L. Argo, 1003 West 18th, careless driving, $50. James P. Wenncr, Inman, no driver's license, Iwo counts, S20 Gregory A. Krehbiel, Hesslon, following loo closely, $10. Claude E. Crandall, 118 South Poplar, making prohibited U-turn $10. Brandon J. Julian, 128 East 10th, no approved helmel, S10. Rex K. Little, 1305 North Madison, improper left turn, 610. Barbara A. Hulen, RFD 4, disobeying red traffic signal, $10. Edith H. Jus- lice, 1710 West 4th, disobeying red traffic signal, $10. Anita L. Edwards, 421 East Bigger, disobeying red traffic signal, $10. Arthur L. Haynes, 318 Logan, no driver's license, dismissed. Paul B. Johnson, 509 East G, unsafe backing, S10. Rex F. Ramsey, 319 West 7th, disobeying stop s-gn, $10. Wilurila A. Graham, 1203 West 31 st, disobeying slop sign, $10. Clarence R. Edwards, 112 South Adams, pleads nnocent to driving while intoxicated, driving left of cenler, driving without headlights, and no driver's license. Trial set for Oct. 12. Criminal—Dewey W. Doclcls, 516 East 5th, assault, 90 days, paroled. Other—Curtis G. Mayes, 9C0 East 11th, non-payment of parking ticket, S10. Barbara A. Swann 730 14th Terrace, nonpayment of parking tickets, $16. Ross M. Sheffler, 212 West 8th, non-payment of parking tickets, pleads innocent, trial set for Oct. 12. James L. Colwell, 323 West 9th, parole violation, parole revoked. Richard N. Adkinson, 1407 North Washington, Illegal consumption of Intoxicating liquor, intoxication, and permitting dancing after hours. Pleads innocent, trial set for Oct. 19. Hutchinson News Tuesday, October 5, 1971 Page 2 Weather in the News ( L.,_! coot 'T VMIMI'H FOTf (Cms T.Ht' \sytllO ah MIAMI Markets MAGISTRATE Traffic — Ivan F. Schmid, Beloit, Wis., speeding, $30. Doris E. Bernhardt, Lyons, speeding, $13. Karen R. Bibbs, RFD 3, speeding, $12. Ross J. Clyberne, 908 East 31st, speeding, $11. Terry 1 L. Green, Kansas City, speeding, $20. Donald M. Boyer, ?15 College, no valid operator 's cliense, 620. Frank W. Jantz, LaJunta, Colo., speeding, $30. Jerry L. Hllburn, Independence, Mo„ speeding, $20. Lawrence F. Corey, San Jose, Calif., speeding, $20. George E. Jeffrey, Valley Center, speeding, $10. Boyco W. Jones, Dodge City, speeding, $13. Robert C. Wade, Mayfleld, speeding, $10. Daniel E. Helmer, Augusta, speeding, $10. Alexander Rodie, Jr., Oakley, speeding, $11. Connie J. Long, Riceland, speeding, $15. Mark Depper- schmldt, La Crosse, speeding, $11. Willis H. Morris, Kingman, speeding, $14. Earl R. Bllllngsley, Wichita, speeding, $11. Gregory G. Manning, Assarla, speeding, $19. Jerry D. Carter, Wichita, no KCC authority', $10. Herbert L. Stanton, Jr., Wichita, speeding, $10. John L. Woodruff, South Hutchinson, speeding, S13. Other — Madee Smith, 205 North Elm, no valid fishing license in possession, $5. DISTRICT Criminal — Ricky Blackburn pleads guilty to theft of tools, 1 to 10 years, parole denied. DIVORCES Granted — Janet Smyth from Richard . Smyth. Plaintiff restored to former name of Janet Rose. Clear to partly cloudy skies should prevail. Elsewhere Hourly Temps. Hutchinson Temps. Time Temp. 1 a.m. . 2 3 •i 5 6 7 58 57 55 54 53 52 52 53 63 67 72 Time 1 p.m. ... 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 midnight Temp. . . . 72 ...76 ... 76 . . . 77 . . . 78 ... 78 . . . 78 . . . 76 ... 75 ...73 ...70 .. 68 64 Pupils Have Jobs Traffic Accidents Oct. 4—7:44 a.m. 220 Block North Monroe. Billy Michael Ward, 17, 403 West 4th and Marion S. Hoffsommer, 63, 709 West 22nd. Ward, charged with following too closely, received face injuries, not treated. Bret Allen Ward, 13, 403 West 24th, passenger on motorcycle, was taken to North Hospital by private auto. 11:50 a.m.— 700 Block West 11th. Geneva . Curless, 26, McPherson, and Richard M. Chadwick, 31, 17 North Poplar. Curless was taken to South Hospital by mbulance, treated for cuts to lip and mouth, and was charged with speeding, careless driving, and no driver's license. Passenger in Curless vehicle, Linnea L. Rice, 20, McPherson, was taken to South Hospital and treated for head and body bruises. 4:01 p.m 21st and Rambler. Richard . Seibel, 19, RFD 4, and Sandra A. Weber, 34, 20 Edgemoore. Seibel charged ith unsafe backing. 6:05 p.m.— 10O Block East 13th. Jerry Lee Walt, 14, 526 East 8th, bicycle, truck parked vehicle owned by Larry Redd, 24, 1110 East 8th. Wait treated t South Hospital for knee injury. Correction — Sister Angela M. Taylor, Wichita, was charged with failure to eld right of way, posted stop, after an accident instead of Vern J. Fowler, 809 West 18th, as reported in Monday's transcript. Where's The Fire 4:04 p.m., 1311 East Oct. 4 Grass fire. 17th, Adv. Do This If FALSE TEETH Drop At The Wrong Time Afraid false teeth will drop at the wrong time? A denture adhesive can help. FASTEETH* Powder gives dentures a longer, firmer, steadier nold. Why be onibarrasBcd? For more security and comfort, u»e FAS- TEETH Denture Adhesive Powder. Dentures that fit are essential to health. See your dentist regularly. Ambulance Call Oct. 3 — 12:30 p.m. Prairie Dunes to South Hospital. Accident. 2:12 p .m. — Evergreen Manor to South Hospital. Sick Call. 10:45 p .m. — 500 block East 7lh to North Hospital. Fall. Oct. 4 — 8:38 a.m. 600 block West 14th to North Hospital. 10:20 a.m. — 400 block North Main to South Hospital. Sick call. 11:55 a.m. — 700 block West 11th to North Hospital. Car accident. 2 p .m. — South Hospital to 700 block West 11th. Transfer. 2:10 p .m. — Wolcott Bldg. to Medical Center. Fall. 5:20 p .m. — Hutchinson Clinic to South Hospital. Sick call. 8:30 p .m. — 300 block East 15th to South Hospital. Sick call. 9:30 p .m. — Gowans Field to South Hospital. Athletic injury. Li LP or Gas Mark III Multi-room Heating System beautiful wood-grain efficient filtered heating. DEATZ SONS Dial MO 23931 209 E. 3rd Marriage Licenses Byron A. Eastman, 55, RFD 1, and M. Elizabeth Crabbs, 48, 214 East B, South Hutchinson. Dean Allen Chapman, 24, 1505 East 3rd, and Nancy Jean Clarkson, 21, 1415 East 3rd. Coming and Going Arriving—Paul D. Carroll from Pretty Prairie to 719 East 1st. Linda M. Riffel from Salina to 36 Halsey. Bill M. Pauley from Sapulpa, Okla., to 311 East F. Jlm- mle D. Reford from Lyons to 10 Osage Road. Joe O. Gross from Mt. Hope to 200 Walker. Leaving—William P. Turney from 303 West 13th to Nickerson. Rev. David Marker from 2800 Bel Aire to Enid, Okla. Gary Simpson from 3106 North Severance to Topeka. Don Henderson from 521 32nd Terrace to Turon. Joseph Alch from 228 Town to Nickerson. Delmar W. Macy from 2704 North Waldron to Sterling. Marion R. Carson from 624 East 6th to McPherson. At least 64 Hutchinson High School students in cooperative programs have been placed in related half-time jobs, Dale Howerton, program supervisor told the school board Monday evening. Only three students have not been placed definitely, Howerton said, but these are almost assured of jobs. The cooperative programs include sales, office and indus trial. Several preparatory classes are taught as back ground for the three cooperative programs. They are marketing and distribution, marketing laboratory, preparatory office education and office prac ticc. The cooperative programs and preparatory classes are includ ed in the vocational courses at the high school which this year have 403 enrolled. Other courses offered are: introduc tion to machine shop, machine shop, printing, introduction to printing and auto mechanics The vocational department also operates three adult classes, auto mechanics, checker training and photo offset printing. Twenty students in the 35- member work-study program in special education at the high school also have jobs in the community. The program is directed by Don Miller, teacher and work-study counselor. The school board also cleared up a small point in the workday of substitute teachers. Because lunch is served at various times in various school buildings, a half-day was designated to be geared to the midpoint of the school day, whether it falls at noon or some other time. Service Pins to City Employes Mayor David Mackey Tuesday awarded service pins to 12 city employes at the city commission's regular meeting. Fire Chief Verling Huffman and Melvin Mooney, a street department equipment operator, both were awarded 25 year service pins. Pins for 10 years service went to Lucille Eitel, utility billing; Albert Frederick, sewer maintenance; Billy Hartung, water maintenance; Paul Landon, parking meter superintendent; Leonard Mings, parks and buildings; Cletus Narron, street department; Sgts. Lester Reiter and Bob Stone, police department and Clifford Shipley, engineering. In other action taken the commission : By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Pr Albany, cldy Albu'que, cldy Amarillo, clear Anchorage, cldy Asheville, cldy Atlanta, clear Birmingham, cldy Bismarck, clear Boise, clear Boston, clear Buffalo, cldy Charleston, clear Charlotte, clear Chicago, clear Cincinnati, cldy Cleveland, clear Denver, clear Des Moines, clear Detroit, clear Duluth, cldy Fairbanks, M Fort Worth, cldy Green Bay, cldy Helena, cldy Honolulu, clear Houston, cldy Ind'apolis, clear Jacks'ville, clear Juneau, M Kansas City, clear Little Rock, cldy Los Angeles, clear Louisville, cldy Marquette, rain Memphis, cldy Miami, clear Milwaukee, cldy Mpls-St.P., clear 66 56 72 49 70 47 38 32 82 60 86 64 86 65 70 48 71 48 63 56 73 55 83 70 82 64 69 50 78 50 76 49 70 39 74 52 72 47 58 49 M M 76 64 60 45 69 42 87 73 82 73 75 49 89 64 M M 78 50 81 61 94 69 80 55 63 50 83 67 84 81 67 47 67 51 .03 .03 .06 .16 .05 New Orleans, clear 87 68 New York, cldy 70 62 Okla. City, clear 78 52 Omaha, clear 73 51 Philad'phla, cldy 72 64 Phoenix, clear 92 71 Pittsburgh, cldy 77 52 Ptland, Me., cldy 58 39 Ptland, Ore., clear 77 53 Rapid City, cldy 73 46 Richmond, cldy 73 60 St. Louis, clear 75 52 Salt Lake, clear 61 42 San Diego, clear 85 62 San Fran., clear 83 59 Seattle, cldy 72 57 Spokane, clear 72 49 Tampa, clear 89 74 Washington, cldy 73 65 CANADIAN CITIES: Edmonton, M MM Montreal, M MM Toronto, M MM Winnipeg, M MM M— Missing, T —Trace Precipitation Probabilities Stock Mart Takes Drop NEW YORK (AP) — Profit taking on recent gains drove the stock market lower today in slow trading. The 2 p.m. Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks was off 5.11 at 890.55. NEW YORK Stocks: Admiral Allied Ch AlllsCh Alcoa Am Alrl A Cyan Am Am Ampex Corp Anacond Avco Corp BeatFds BeechAir Beth Stl ... Boeing Co CelaneseCp CessnaAir Chryslr CBS Comsat Cont Can ... Cont Oil CorGIW CurtissWrt DowChm duPont EasKodak Echlin Mf . Emer El Fireslne FMC Cp .. Ford M ... (AP) — Early Last Net Chg. 17V» 32=,i> W» 36 33 '/4 Motors 7 5 s T&T 44','a ...1*>« I . ..145s 17Vs ...40 -V4 15 ...26 15?'» ...76Vi ...23V2 ...2W3 ...46'/i ...60 ,34'n ...30» B . 229 ...13' 2 ...69 'a ..154 -1.1 .85', 2 ...49 74 ...55 5 h ...2 MB ...70 '5 u D D U D D D U D D D Toll D Gen Dynam 213a ZONES 7, 8 — Fair and mild tonight; lows in the upper 40s; winds west to northwesterly 5 to 15 mph tonight; mostly sunny and a little cooler Wednesday; highs in the upper 70s; precipitation probabilities near zero per cent through Wednesday. ZONES 9 and 10 (Hutchinson) — Partly cloudy with little change in temperature tonight and Wednesday; west to northwesterly winds 10 to 15 mph this afternoon diminishing tonight; low tonight lower 50s; high Wednesday near 80; precipitation probability near zero per cent tonight and Wednesday. GenElec GenMills GenMot GenTelEI Goodyr Grace Greyhound Gulf Oil Halliburt Hercules Homestke IBM Int Harv Int Pap Kan GE KanPLt Katy Ind KcrrMcG Kroger Littonlnd Marcor MarllnM McDonD MldSUtil MinnMM MobiiOil Monsant Nabisco Nat Gyp NoNGas Nort Okla OklaNGs PanAm WAir Panh EP Penn Cent Penney JC . Phill Pet .. ProctGm RCA RoynMet Ryder Sy .. Safeway StJoeM StRegisP ....615a 353 ,'a ...84U ...30>-« 33 .. 31 .. 23J4 ...27' M ...663,4 .... 52V '2 ...23 '-4 ..306''a ...28?a ...33V« ...24 ...25V 3 ...ior» ...431« ...32 ...255k ...32',a ...20% ...71Vt ...22ft ..1253.4 ...493.a ...SIVs 5H .4 ...223/i ...46 Simon 55 GE 23' i D 6' U 3 U ' D 7 D 1 ' U -I D 3 D ' D 3 D 1 D V D ', D 1 U ' U '.i D '. U Vi U li D Vi D 5| u v; U 'i U Vi D 3,: D '• D I, D D Vi D 3/, D 'i U 3 ,i U 3; U '.4 U '4 U *s U >e D 3,8 ...20'; ... 105a . .323.4 6 U ..70':. ....31 . ...72 ..36' -2 ..173 ,8 . 60' 4 .. 343,4 .22 .33',. Sa Felnd 323a Sea rsRo SperrR StOilCal StOillnd StOilNJ Texaco Timken Trans W Un Un 93? a 263.i 55' B 65? a 725 .B 31 = o 425a Air 30'. Carbide 43 5 B Elec 18=, Uniroyal 21'a US Steel 30' a Wn Union 43a/ 8 Westg El 96 Woolwth 501,'2 D D D U D D U U U U D D D D D D D U Forecasts OKLAHOMA — Generally fair north and variable upper level cloudiness south through Wednesday; a little warmer tonight; highs Wednesday 76 to 86; lows tonight mid 40s panhandle to upper 50s south. MISSOURI—Fair tonight with the lows around 40 in the north to near 50 elsewhere; mostly sunny Wednesday with the highs in the 70s. Kansas Points Long Term Nears End TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) High Good Weather Sui tys TOPEKA (AP) - Sunny and mild weather continued over Kansas today with no change in prospect through Wednesday. . Accepted the bid of J. H. Shears' Sons, Inc. In the amount of $9,989 for grading and paving of the Adams-Parker parking lot located on lots 34, 36, 38 and 40, South Main. Approved an application for a cereal malt beverage license by George P. Fos ter for the Corner Club, 117 North Walnut. Received the financial report for the month of August. Approved a request for the transfer of cereal malt beverage license of the Elks Home Society from 117 North Wat nut to 201 North Van Buren. Referred a claim by H. D. Keefer for alleged automobile and trailer damage in the amount of S957.85 to the city manager for report and recommendation. Approved plans and specifications for construction of water lines in Rambler Road from 24th to 25th; Wyoming Ave. from Rambler to Colorado St.; Colorado from 24th to Wyoming; Severance from 23rd to Well House 14 and 25th from Rambler to Lorraine. Approved plans and specifications for construction of sanitary sewer lateral no. 327, to serva lots 1-16/ Block E, Brent wood Addition and sanitary sewer lateral no. 328 to serve Block D, Brentwood Addition. Passed the weekly appropriation ordinance In the amount of 592 ,152. Placed on first reading an ordinance authoring and providing for 1he issuance of a temporary note to provide for the cost of construction of draining, grading and curbing of certain streets, the cost of which will be paid bv the Issuance of bonds- and low temperatures and pre- cipitatlon reports for 24 hours ended at 6 a.m. Goodland 76 43 Hill City 79 44 Russell 78 47 Salina 78 47 Concordia 76 48 Topeka 81 44 Manhattan 78 47 Pittsburg 79 53 Wamego 80 45 Garden City 78 44 Dodge City 76 50 Hutchinson 78 52 Wichita 79 49 Emporia 80 50 Chanute 79 50 Coffeyvllle 79 54 Abilene 79 43 Extended Outlook KANSAS — Extended outlook Thursday through Saturday -Temperatures will be much above for the period; highs averaging in the low 80s; lows averaging middle 40s northwest to middle 50s southeast; no precipitation Is expected Thursday through Saturday. Produce Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) — Wholesale eggs: large, 80 per cent A 25-34; medium, 80 per cent A 18-17. CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA) — Butter: wholesale selling prices 1 lower; 93 score AA 68; 92 A 68; 90 B unquoted. Eggs: issued only on Wednesday and Friday. Local Markets 'TRUCK WHEAT—1.25 BRAN-2.85 SHORTS—2 .90 WICHITA TRUCK WHEAT-1.27 'Board of Trade quotation, not necessarily elevator price. LANSING, Kan. (AP) — John Black, 77, the man who has spent more time in the Kansas State Penitentiary than any other man there, is scheduled to be released Wednesday, prison officials reported. Black, who is reported to be in failing health with his memory impaired, will leave the prison after more than 45 years there. He was convicted of murder on Dec. 4, 1925, and was sentenced to life imprisonment. Prison records show that his number, 9217, is the lowest at the prison. A prison spokesman said Black has served more time than any man presently confined here, and officials believe his confinement may be the longest in Kansas penal history. Black has lived in the prison hospital the past year. Black, who was 32 when he entered prison, had his request for parole approved last Saturday, records show. Ha had his sentence commuted to a term of 65 years by Gov. John Anderson in 1964, and had applied for clemency frequently, the last time in June. He was found guilty of first degree murder in the death of Vincent Simanowitz, Leavenworth, on Nov. 17, 1925. Prison officials did not disclose where Black will go when he is released. Local Stocks Open High Low 1:00 p.m. Cessna 23V» iV/i 23Vt 23V< W. R. Grace 31 31% 31 31V. Frontier 5'/« 5V» 5V» 5Vi Dillons 23V 2 23% 23'/j 23 'A Interpace 2IVi 28Vt 27%- im Morton-Norwich .. 2iVi 25V* 24V. 24Va Bid Asked Drummer Boy '/« Vi HesstOn 15% 15ft Medlcalodges 1'/a 2V4 Nat'l Inv. Co., Inc iv* 3'A Amer. Inv. Life* Ins 7V* • Pace Shows Labor Action CHICAGO (AP) - The possibility that the Taft-Hartley Act may be invoked in the longshoremen's strike influenced some buying activity in commodity futures on the Chicago Board of Trade Tuesday, but before the close some of the early gains were trimmed by profit-taking. Soybeans closed around 1 cent higher while wheat advanced 1V4 cents and corn and oats moved up around Vz cent. Kansas City Wheat Dec Mar May July 1 ... 1 .43 ','j 1.42 1 .39% 1.355a .... l.«3»,i 1.42 1.40 1 .36 .... 1.4414 1.42'/a 1.40V2 1.36 ... 1 .43V2 1.41Va 1 .39 =,s 1 .35'/! ... 1.43',-4 1.42'A 1.40'/4 1 ,355k PC Open High Low Close Chicago Wheat PC Open High Low Close Chicago Oats Dec Mar May July 1.46's 1.477,8 1AW% 1.38?i> 1.47i,a 1.48 1.47 1 .39 \.m<t 1 .49 1 .47 ?'a 1 .39 ^8 1.46', 2 1.47'a 1.46'. a 1 .38V, 1.48','s 1.48J.4 1.47'a 1 .39'. a PC Dec Mar 70' 4 68 ^,4 69 VB May 67', j 67^,4 Close 70V Chicago Corn Dec Mar May July PC 1.125 B 1.17 =8 1.20V2 1.22 s ,e Open 1.13 1.17 -V4 1 .207,a 1 .22 3 ,4 High l.D ',4 1.18'/a 1.21 1.23 Low 1.12 ^4 1 .175 B I .20V2; 1.221a Close 1.13 1.18 1.21 1 .23 Chicago Soybeans Nov Jan Mar PC 3 .07% 3 .10n 3.14V Close 3 .08 3.11V4 3 .15V4 Chicago Eggs Oct Nov PC 32 .15 35 .60 Close 31 .50 35.60 Grain Receipt WHEAT — Hutchinson, today 14; week ago 83; year ago i '0. Wichita 6; K.C. 50; Salina 17. CORN — K.C. 42. KAFIR — Hutchinson 9; K.C. 143. Hutchinson Wheat Hutchinson Board ot Trade Closing wheat price ung. Basis nom. Demand fair. KANSAS CITY (AP) — Wheat 50 cars; unchanged - 3 4 higher; No. 2 hard 1.52 ',2- 1.64V 4 n; No. 3 1 .50'2 -1 .63'.:. n; No. 2 red wheat 1.47 ',4 -1.49'/4n; No. 3 1 .45 '/2 -1.48',in. Corn 42 cars; ',4 to V2 higher; No. 2 white l,12-1.27n; No. 3 1.00-1.16n; No. 2 yellow 1.08 3 4- 1.17Vin; No. 3 1 .00-1.U'.in. Oats 1 car; nominally unchanged; No. 1 white 65-75; No. 3 61-64. No. 2 milo 1.71-1.84n No. 2 rye 90-98n No. 2 barley 1.08-1.16n No. 1 soybeans 2.91-3.05n Sacked bran 44.50-45.25 Sacked shorts 45.50-46.25 Wheat futures closed from unchanged to V4 higher. Page 2 The Hutchinson News Tuesday, October 5, 1971 N< ews Board oi Trade CHICAGO (AP) — Tuesday: High Low Close WHEAT Dec 1.48-1. 1.46 V: 1.48 Mar 1.49 1.47V* 1 MVt May 1.47'/* 1.46V» 1.47 5 B Jul 1.39% l.MV. 1.39V» Sep CORN 1.40% Dec 1.13'/ 4 1.1214 1.13V4 Mar 1.18V* 1.175 /8 1.18 May 1.21 1.20V2 1.21 Jul 1.23 1.22% 1.23 Sep l.23 '/2 1.22 7 /a 1.231 /2 Dec 1.2144 1.21% 1.21 V* Mar 1.26V. 1.25'/« 1.26V'a OATS Dec .70', 2 .69^4 .701 8 Mar .69','a .68% B .691,8 May .6734 .671,2 .67^,4 Jul .66}» .6614 .66'4 Sep • 674 s .67% a.67% SOYBEANS Nov 3.09 3.07 30.8 Jan 3.12 3.10 3.111 ,4 Mar 3.16V. 3.14Vs 3.15 V* May 3.19'/a 3.17V8 3.18% Jul 3.19 ?4 3.18 3.19 Aug 3.14V. 3.13 3.14V2 Sep 2.975a 2.96 2.97 '/4 Livestock Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) — Cattle 1,000; calves 100; cows mostly steady; feeders fully steady; cows high cutter, utility and commercial 20 .00 -22 .00; high dressing utility 22.25-80; feeder steers and steer calves good and choice 275-400 lb 38.0042.00 ; 400-500 lb 35 .00 -38.50; feeder heifers and heifer calves high good and choice 250-400 lb 34.00-36.00; 400-650 lb 31.00-34.00. Hogs 4,000; barrows and gilts mostly steady; 1-2 23 lb 20.40; 1-3 200-250 lb 2000-25; 190-205 lb 19.50-20.00; sows steady to 25 higher; 1-3 300-600 lb 16.50-17.25. Sheep 200; wooled lambs fully 50 lower; Instances 1.00 off; ewes steady; wooled lambs choice and prime 26.50; choice 25.50-26.00; good and low choice 24.00-25.50; choice shorn No. 2 -3 pelts 25.00; ewes cull go good 3.50-5.50. Estimates for tomorrow: cattle 1,500; calves 100; hogs 3,500; sheep 100, WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Cattle 400; slaughter classes strong; steers choice, few high good 32.25; choice small end of good 31.85-32.20; heifers choice, few good 30,50-90; choice end of good 30.00-30; cows utility and commercial 22 .50-23.00; high dressing to 24 .25, Hogs 1,500; barrows and gilts steady, few 1-2 210-230 lb 20 .00; 1 -3 200-240 lb 19.50-20 .00; 1-3 240250 lb 19.0-5; sows steady; 1-3 300 lb down 16.75-17 .00; 1-3 300400 lb 16.00-17 .00. Sheep 400; slaughter classes steady; owes not well tested; wooled lambs hcolce and prime 25.50; shorn lambs prime end of choice no. 1-2 pelts 26 .00; choice and prime no. 1-2 pelts 25.50-75; ewes cull to good 3.005.00. DENVER (AP) - Hogs 700; barrows and gilts steady to strong; U. S. 1-3, 200-240, 20.2520.75; 2-3. 200-240, 19.75-20-25 ; 24, 240-260, 18.73-20.00; sows steady, 1-3, 3MM0O, 14.90-16.00. Cattle-Hog Markets Chicago Cattle Oct Dec Feb 32.47 32.10 32.00 32.45 32.15 32.02 Briefs Vole to Resist BRIGHTON, England (AP) — Britain's opposition Labori- tcs voted overwhelmingly Monday to resist the country's entry into the European Common Market on existing terms and demanded that the issue be tested in an early national elec- ion. Meany Raps Nixon WASHINGTON (AP) — AFL- CIO President George Meany, saying President Nixon has proved unworthy of the trust reposed in him to stabilize prices and wages, urged Congress Monday to "reassert control over the economy." Double-Duty Week TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Gov. Robert Docking signed proclamations Monday designating this both Drug Abuse Prevention Week and Kansas Peace Officers Association Week in Kansas. Impose Laos Lid WASHINGTON (AP) — Over the Nixon administration's objections, the Senate has voted to impose a $350-million limit on U.S. spending in Laos in a new assertion of congressional authority over the Indochina war. A 67-11 vole Monday backed the amendment by Sen. Stuart Symington. Japan Worries Him Sen. KANSAS CITY (AP) Barry Goldwater says he regards Japan as a greater possible future military threat to the United States than Communist China or any other Asian nation. The Arizona Republican, addressing an audience of about 500 Monday night at a party fund-raising dinner, pointed to Japan's continued economic growth since World War II and said, "She is already talking about rearming. This will be the world's most modern military system." Sees Big Crowd TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) "Countdown '72", a voter registration conference here Oct. 3031 sponsored by the Association of Student Governments is expected to attract about 800 delegates from 45 colleges universities and high schools. Claim High Kill SAIGON, (AP) - The South Vietnamese command claimed today that 364 North Vietnamese troops were killed in a series of clashes that may have ended 10 days of fighting on the Cambodia-South Vietnam frontier. Union Leader Raps 'Robin Hood' Tactics WASHINGTON (AP) — The chief executive officer of the meat cutters' and butchers' union told congressmen today that the Nixon administration's wage-price freeze is a "Robin Hood in reverse." Patrick E. Gorman, who is also secretary-treasurer for the Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of North America, said the administration is "cheating" workers and giving "super profits" to the meat industry. 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