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Linda's Drinking No Longer Funny (Continued from page 1) the growth is viewed as so phenomenal," said Mrs. Ruth Osborne, a recovered alcoholic who heads the National Council on Alcoholism in Kansas. "But they still need to come sooner. The swashbuckling man who drinks can still be admired. The women who drink set out more to narcotize than to get an image of themselves. No illness should have a moral stigma attached . . . it's horrible. The alcoholic woman is looked upon as a weak, a low, woman. It is a wrong image and it makes it especially rough for anyone to seek help," Mrs. Osborne said. "There is a thin line between heavy drinking and alcoholism and a lot of people are able to hide behind this for a long time. Usually, by the time we get a woman patient she has hit the bottom because she wouldn't have come otherwise," said Doyle McQuoy, counselor at Osawatomie State Hospital. "Her husband is less sympathetic and less understanding. We all have a certain mechanism built into us about what a wife and mother should be like. It is rougher, by far, on the women alcoholics to shake the stigma," McQuoy added. "There probably are as many women alcoholics, or maybe even more, than there are men," said Jim, a member of Alcoholics Anonymous. "This program (AA) has darn little success with alcoholic women—the stigma just won't let go of them." "We put our women on a pedestal—still do, and women are deeply aware of that. They are deeply conscious of that, and it hurts them to admit they can't sit on the pedestal. They can. All kinds of women fall off, and get back on. If we could educate them to that ... if we could make more people seek help, God, it would be wonderful for them. But I admit it is tough for them in AA," said R.H., another member, who prefers to call himself an "arrested alcoholic," since he knows there is no cure but abstinence, and that next drink is just around the corner. "It is silly for women in any circumstances to feel the way they feel about going out to find help, or even admitting to themselves that they need it. But they do feel that way— I did. They can't understand that this isn 't a moral problem, it's a medical problem," Mrs. Osborne said. (Tomorrow: Where Are They, How Are They Doing?) Weather in the News Another Pleasant day is in store. .71 .61 .02 .15 .01 .50 A wait reducer. A pleasant guy who wants to help you have the things you want now, while you can enjoy them most. Stop in and he'll give you considerate, personal service... for a loan, financing or even budget advice. Comfortable help that proves You're Number O N with us. , "(he Loaner LOANS AND FINANCING UP TO $3,000 Elsewhere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High low Pr Albany, cldy 83 49 Albu'quc, clear 75 51 Amarillo, clear ... 75 SO Anchorage, clear ...38 31 Asheville, cldy 76 56 Atlanta, cldy 85 65 Birmingham, cldy .82 62 Bismarck, clear 66 38 Boise, clear 80 55 Boston, cldy 77 62 Buffalo, cldy 69 58 Charleston, clear ...M 74 Charlotte, cldy 85 63 Chicago, clear .... 78 49 Cincinnati, clear .74 51 Cleveland, cldy ...72 53 Denver, clear 72 40 Des Moines, clear . CO 45 Detroit, clear 72 49 Duluth, cldy 60 42 Fairbanks, M M M Fori Worth, clear . 79 56 Green Bay, rain . .69 45 Helena, clear 72 38 Honolulu, AA 86 M Houston, cldy 73 70 Ind'opolis, clear 77 49 Jacks'vllle, clear ...80 66 Juneau, M Kansas City, clear Little Rock, clear Los Angeles, clear Louisville, clear Marquette, M Memphis, clear Miami, cldy Milwaukee, clear Mpls-St.P., clear New York, cldy Okla. City, clear Omaha, clear 77 44 Phllad'phla, cldy ...74 67 Phoenix, clear 91 7$ Pittsburgh, clear ...74 M Ptland, Me., cldy .69 48 Ptland, Ore., cldy .82 58 Rapid City, clear ...71 46 St. Louis cear 82 50 Salt Lake, clear 69 45 San Diego, clear .. 97 71 San Fran., clear .. .83 52 Seattle, cldy 70 56 Spokane, clear 78 48 Tampa, cldy 87 74 Washington, clear 78 63 .37 CANADIAN CITIES: Edmonton, M M M IXMontreal, M M M Toronto, M M M -Missing Kansas Points TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) High and low temperatures and pre- cipitatlon reports for 24 hours ended at 6 a.m.: Goodland 76 42 Hill City 78 45 Russell 80 50 Salin 81 50 Concordia 80 47 Topcka 86 47 Manhattan 82 44 Pittsburg 84 58 Garden City 80 43 Dodge Cily 79 48 Hutchinson 81 51 Wichita B3 47 Emporia 83 48 Chanute 86 49 Coffcyvillo 85 56 Wamego 86 46 Deaths Mrs. Ralph Dickinson Mrs. Mary Dickinson, 61, sister of Paul R. Bell, 124 West 7th. Hutchinson, died Saturday Transcript Hospitals NORTH HOSPITAL BIRTHS Girls Mr. and Mrs. Silas E. Brand' It"' ni„";I,..:„.., " Dto.1^ iter, RFD 4, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Robat Plamview Hospital, Plafh-| ert Mori(Z/ 7 Paseo place _ Tuesday Boys — Mr. and Mrs. Allan B. Cnap- pell, Burrton, Tuesday. ,M M .84 51 83 54 .101 73 ..76 55 ..M M ..77 58 ..85 78 ..71 50 ..67 47 ..76 66 81 54 Extended Outlook KANSAS exlcnded outlook Friday through Sunday Above normal temperatures Friday but turning cooler northwest Saturday and over the state Sunday; high temperatures averaging upper 60s northwest to middle 70s south- cast; low temperatures averaging middle 30s northwest to lower 50s southeast; no precipitation is expected through the period. Precipitation Probabilities Forecasts OKLAHOMA — Fair and mild through Thursday; highs Thursday mostly In the 80s; lows tonight 46 Panhandle to SB south. MISSOURI — Clear and cool tonight; low tonight near 40 north to near So south; sunny and a little warmer on Thursday; high Thursday 70s east to low Bos west. 9* III [ ANNUAL INTEREST ' B(E IiiisMffiS Hit 4 JUNIOR SUBORDINATED \ NOTES W» ISSUED FOR 5* YEARS...matunty60 months from date of issue. • 9% INTEREST payable quarterly. • $500, OR ANY AMOUNT ABOVE... in multiples of $100., '• OWNERSH I P TRANSFERABLE at any time without service charge. T /II' J announcement it neither an offer lo fell, nor a solicitation of an oiler to buy these securities. T /ie oiler is made only by the prospectus. ?"?i'J'>"' *,V>< >.'! 5 r .f Obtain a Prospectus from our REGISTERED SECURITIES i REPRESENTATIVES (LICENSED BY THE STATE) IN CARE OF INTERSTATE SECURITIES COMPANY at the address listed below a ZONES 7 and 8 — Fair and mild tonight; lows In the mid 40s; winds light west to northwesterly this afternoon and tonight; mostly sunny and a little warm er Thursday; highs in the mid to upper 80s; precipitation probabilities near zero per cent through Thursday 1 . ZONES 9 and 10 (Hutchinson) — Fair and continued mild tonight and Thursday; northwesterly winds 5 to 10 mph this afternoon becoming light and variable tonight; low tonight 45 to 50; high Thursday 80 lo 85; precipitation probabilitly near zero per cent tonight and Thursday. Hourly Temps. Wednesday Tuesday II Time Temp. Time ..Temp. 1 a.m. 58 1 p.m. 76 2 57 2 78 3 56 3 79 4 54 4 f.O 5 54 5 80 6 53 6 80 7 52 7 80 8 52 8 78 9 59 9 75 10 63 10 73 11 70 11 .... 70 12 noon . 73 12 midnight . 68 Aggravated Battery Charge to Trial Chilo Juarez Raya, 108 South Severance, was bound over to district court Friday on a charge of aggravated battery. Raya is charged with touching or applying force to Robert H. Biera, 23, 605 West A, with a broken glass. The incident allegedly took place at 3 a.m. Sept. 6, outside the GI Forum. He furnished a $1,000 bond. view, Tex., after a long illness. Born Aug. 23, 1910, in Lamed, she was married to Ralph Dickinson. She lived in Plainview since 1947. She was a member of the St. Alice Catholic Church, Plain view; Altar Society. Survivors include the widower; daughter: Mrs. Mario Trevino, Plaiinview, Tex.; stepdaughter: Mrs. Gerald Wyer, Haven; step-son: Marvin Dickinson, Denver, Colo.; brother: Paul R. Bell, 124 West 7th, Hutchinson; sisters: Mrs. Wayne Blackburn, Rozel; Mrs. Jim Clark, El Paso, Tex.; 11 grandchildren. Funeral and burial were Monday in Plainview, Tex. The family suggests memorials to the American Cancer Society. Raymond A. Bahl Raymond A. Bahl, 43, 20 Valley Pride, South Hutchinson, died Tuesday night at South Hospital following a one-month illness. Born Jan. 20, 1928 at Denver, he moved to Hutchinson in 1948 from Colorado. He married Alice M. Davis om June fi, 1953, in Hutchinson. A member of South Hutchinson United Methodist Church, lie was a tester for Cessna Aircraft Co. and a veteran of World War II. Survivors include the widow, son, Raymond A., Jr. and daughters, Kimberly and Laurie, all of the home; mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Mattoon, 514 West 5th, Funeral will be 10 a.m. Fri day at the church; Rev. Wesley Davis. Burial will be at Memorial Park. The family suggests memorial gifts be made to the church. Friends may call at Elliott Chapel on Thursday from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Deaths Elsewhere Mrs. George Edman, 76, Kinsley; funeral 2 p.m. Saturday at McKilllp Chapel. Mrs. Onno Soeken, 75, Claflin; funeral 1 a.m. Thursday at the Zion Lutheran Church. Lincoln H. Unruh, 72, Galva; funeral 10 a.m. Friday at the First Mennonlte Church, McPherson. Mrs. Frank Hoffman, 6e, Bucklln; funeral 2 p.m. Thursday at the Christian Church. Leonhard B. Rempel, 64, Newton; funeral 2 p.m. Friday at the Bethel College Mennonlte Church. Roy Ivan Wood, 76, Ransom; funeral 2 p.m. Thursday at the United Methodist Church. Mrs. Charles McPhall, 83, Protection; funeral 2 p.m. at the Methodist Church. Rev. Leof M. Hayes, 82, Scott City; funerals will be 2 p.m. Thursday at The First Baptist Church, Scott City and 10 a.m. Saturday at Damron-Towner Funeral Home, Ottawa. The Courts MUNICIPAL W. C. White Branch Manager 29 SOUTH MAIN 662-0263 LIVE ALONE? Husband away at nights? Protect yourself from IN­ TRUDERS, DOPE ADDICTS with a low cost security system for your home or apartment. From $9.80 up. Call 316-442-6154, Preventor Security Systems, Hutchinson. Try • The New * Camelot • Inn * 16th & Adams, Hutchinson* for Reservations £ Phone 663-6175 Collect £ $7 up- a) Color TV Every Room # Allan Lindwall OFAMJEMICA. mar. YEAR In LarkJand Shopping Center 2534 N. Main Hutchinson Allan Lindwall, Mgr. Phone MO 3-2184 The Best Room Buy In Kansas City That's right. From $12.00 per night single occupancy. A colorful new room with bright vinyl walls, plush shag carpeting, handsome Spanish furniture, and color television. All new, with underground free parking. While you're with us, try the new Coffee Garden restaurant—a delightfully different approach to hotel dining. Call collect for the best room buy in Kansas City! Schools Win Lunch Aid WASHINGTON (AP) - The Nixon administration conceded defeat today in a controversial bid to hold the line on school lunch money paid states to feed needy children. The Agriculture Department announced it will reimburse states at a minimum average of 45 cents per meal to provide free or reduced price lunches to needy children. That is one cent less than the 46 cents the Senate called for last week in a resolution aimed at forcing the department to scrap a proposal announced on Aug. 13 which would have put the minimum at 35 cents. Asst. Agriculture Secretary Richard E. Lyng told a news conference the increase of 10 cents from the original proposal is expected to cost an additional $135 million. That would raise the govern-1 ment's total 1971-72 school budget to $750 million, about 40 per cent more than last year. Lyng said the one-cent differ ence from the Senate version is expected to save the govern ment about $41 million this school year. Lyng said the expanded program is expected to help feed eight million needy children this year, compared with a peak of 7.3 million last year. Traffic — Glen M. West, m Charles, no driver's license, dismissed. Virginia L. Hulett, 1720 East 2no, failure to set hand brake, SI0. Wilbur M. Klrkhutf, 811 North Washington, disobeying red traffic signal, $10. David E. Upp, 74 West 19th, no driver's license, dismissed, speeding, 610. Angela M. Taylor, Wichita, (allure to yield right of way from posted slop, S10. Lynn A. Exposllo, M01 North Baker, speeding, found innocent. Beverly A. Qull- lin, 505 A Molly Mall, no muffler, <10 remitted. Edmund M. Brunei!, 1124 East A, disobeying stop sign, SI 0. Marc D. May, 1005 West 23rd, driving on sidewalk, $10 and 10 days, paroled to attend traffic school. Ray G. Reese, 1407 Orchard, no muffler, Slo remitted. Howard D. Smith, 104 West 9th, no muffler, slo remitted, speeding, S25. Allen H. Daniel, 509 East Bigger, following too closely, S10. Roger A. Prlngle, 403 West 5th, jaywalking, against don't walk light, $5. Rex A. Red- Ingcr, Haven, disobeying turn markings, $10. Linda K. Parish, 2307 North Van Buren, careless driving, $10. Bobby L. Renner, 1500 West 4th, no muffler, $10. Wlllard H. Risley 1 , 504 West 13th, Improper lefe turn from wrong lane, $10. Ronald K. Blcythlng, 717 West 18th, no driver's license, dismissed. Rublona Neufeldf, Inman, disobeying stop sign, $10. Ha M. Phillips, Nickerson, disobeying red traffic signal, 610. George A. Spilzer, 5 Lake Drive, speeding, $7. James E. Leach, 507 West )3th, unsafe changing of traflic lanes, $10. David N. Truilt, Nickerson, speeding, $10. Marshall W. Walker, 1408 East 23rd, speeding, $10. Jesse M. Kline, Tribune, no driver's license, $10. Gaylon Ray Shannon, 409 West A, no driver's license, $10, license plole illegible, $10. Neil C. Stillwell, 323'? East Sherman, driving while Intoxicated, »IOO and 4 months, paroled; driving left of center dismissed; displaying red flashing signal, dismissed; no driver's license, $10 or 10 days. Robert L. Wing, 410 East Sherman, careless driving, pleads Innocent, trial set for Nov. 17. Criminal — Nell C. Stillwell, 323'A East Sherman, illegal possession of cereal malt beverage, dismissed. Josephine S. King, 340 Liberty, shoplifting, trial continued to Nov. 17. Other — Aubrey V. Earhart, 314 Crescent, non payment of parking ticket, $10. Correction — It was Incorrectly reported in the transcript Monday that Joy B. Guthrie, 44, 418 Walker, was ticketed in an accident over the weekend at D and Maple. The ticket was Issued to James T. Crow, 23, 630 East 6th, the second driver. MAGISTRATE Traffic — James D. Belback, 219 East Walker, no safety chain on trailer in tow, $5. Robert P. Walsten, RFD 4, following too closely, $10. Clarence F. Simmons, 35 Falrcrest, no rear view mirror, $5; no driver's license in possession, dismissed; displaying license plate not assigned lo cycle, 65. Olive M. Glesenhagen, Grand Island, Neb., failure to ylold right of way, $10. Terry E. Fagala, Quenado, Texas, no entry in log book, $5; overload on rear tandem axle, $50. Bill G. Rigsby, Wichita, failure to have log book In truck as required, $5. Judd B. Presley, St. Louis, Mo., speeding, $29. Gayle F. Borkey 1 , Russell, speeding, $12. Carl F. Drouhard, Argonla, speeding, $11. Goldeen R. Claypool, Cheney, speeding, $11. Harland L. Welch, Jr., Kansas City, Kansas, speeding, $10. Frank K. Brazle, Glrard, speeding, $10. Mary A. McShane, Haviland, speeding, $15. William Mitchell, 119 West Sherman, speeding, $13, no driver's license in possession, dismissed. Willie Hodde, Jr., Dodge City, operating vehicle with no muffler, $5. Lyle L. Rhodes, Montezuma, improper passing, $5. John W. Anderson, 105 East A, speeding, 614. Waldine L. Wagner, Holslngton, speeding, $10. Quentln J. Leece, Prairie Village, no rear view mirror as required, $5, displaying license plate not assigned to vehicle, $5. Glenn L. Burford, Conway Springs, speeding, 623. Jack S. Bonham, Nickerson, illegal display of registration plate, $5. Garland T. Scolt, Wichita, speeding $11. Sterley D. Hanlin, Emporia, speeding, $10. Wayne E. Eye, Cedar Point, speeding $8. Mary E. Snell, 110 East 14th, no driver's license in possession, dismissed. James L. Colwell, 323 West 9th, no valid driver's license, $5. Richard G. Bennett, 24 Sunset Drive, speeding, $20. Allen W. Redd, Langdon, failure to signal, $5. Floyd H. Grlssom, Wichita, speeding, $18. Mack A. Jones, 515 East 4th, no driver's license In possession, dismissed. Clyde E. Bellew, Henderson, Kentucky, speeding, $20. Lloyd R. Withers, Dodge Cily, careless driving, $15. DISTRICT Civil — Elsie Benton vs. Hutchinson Motel Inc. (Ramada Inn), suit for $25,000 damages, dismissed. Criminal — Donald Plnkston found innocent on assault charge and guilty on 5 counts of extortion. Stat* of Kansas vs. Chilo Juarez Raya, aggravated battery 1 . Markets Investors Await Plan NEW YORK (AP) - Stock market prices eased higher today in quiet trading. The 2 p.m. Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was ahead 1.02 at 802.16. Advances outpaced declines by a smaller margin among issues traded on the New York Stock Exchange. Brokers said many Investors were staying on the sidelines, awaiting President Nixon's address on the economy Thursday night. YORK (AP) - Early Th« Kansas City Town Hous* 7th and State Kansas City, Kan. (913)321-6600 Lawyer Hospitalized Bill Cole, partner in the law firm of Weinlood, Cole, Oswalt and Shaffer, entered South Hospital Tuesday afternoon and is undergoing tests. He was reported in satisfactory condition Wednesday morning and Mrs. Cole said he was feeling fine. Traffic Accidents Oct. $ — 1:28 p.m. — 2nd and Adams, Wlllard H. Risley, 62, 504 West 13th and Judith A. Regier, 29, Buhler. Risley charged with making Improper left turn. 4:41 a.m. — 1700 block East 2nd. Virginia L. Hulett, 24, 1720 East 2nd, charged with failing to set hand brake after her parked vehicle rolled into vehicle owned by Mary J. Adelhardt, 20, 1713 East 2nd. 3:27 p.m. — 400 Block East 4th. Three- car accident. Roxy 1 Anne Moore, 21, 821 Buchanan, James L. Holmes, 42, 1107 West 2nd, and John E. Deist, 20, 1102 West 2nd. Deist charged with careless driving. Theresa K. Moore, 20, 1015 North Hendricks, a passenger In Moore vehicle was taken to Hospital South by ambulance and treated for neck pain. Roxy Anne Moore sustained neck Injury, not treated. James L. Holmes had neck and back In- luries, not treated. Passenger, James L. Holmes, Jr., 12, received bruises to arm, not treated. Passenger in Deist vehicle, William F. Collins, 18, 1102 West 2nd received cut forehead, not treated. 4:10 p.m. — E. and Washington, Myr- tlce I. Stlnson, 34, 310 East Blanchard, South Hutchinson, reported being involved In accident with vehicle owned by George E. Van Hook, 68, 518 South Maple. Where's the Fire? Oct. 5 — 10:58 p.m., 406 East 12th. House fire, ma|or damage to couch, minor damage throughout. NEW Stocks: Admiral Allied Ch . AlllsCh Clcoa Am Airl A Cyan ... Am Motors Am T&T .. Ampex Corp Anacond All Richtld Avco Corp BeatFds BeechAir Beth Stl ... Boeing Co CelancseCp CessnaAIr Chryslr ClllesSvc CBS Comsat Cont Can Cont Oil ... CorGIW CurtlssWrt DowChm duPont EasKodak Echlin Mf . Emer El Flrestne FMC Cp Ford M Gen Dynam GonElec GenMllls GenMot GnTelEI Goodyr Grace Greyhound Gulf Oil .... Halllburf Hercules Homestke IBM Int Harv ... Int Pap Kan GE KanPLt Katy Ind Kroger Llttonlnd Marcor MartlnM McDonD MldSUtil MlnnMM MobllOil Monsant Nabisco Nat Gyp ... NoNGas Nort Simon Okla GE .... OklaNGs PanAm WAir Panh EP ... Penn Cent Penney JC Phill Pet ProctGm RCA ReynMet Ryder Sy ... Safeway StJoeM StRegisP 5a Folnd SearsRo SperrR SlOIICal StOIIInd SIOIINJ Texaco Tlmken . . Trans W Air Un Un Elec Unlroyal US Steel Wn Union Westg El Woolwth Last NetChg. 17Va 32 '/2 13 ...46',» ..,36V» ...33VJ ...,7'a .. ,44 'i .. .IS'I . ,.14-Mi ....mi ..41 .. .15 ..26'a .. I5',a ..77 . ,24'.i ..30 ..An . .4MB ..61'.-4 ..35U ....31 .V6V1 ..12'/j ....70Vi ...154 . .86V3 ..Am • ..74 . ,55'n ..29la ..70Va ..31',i ..62' 2 ..3iVi u n U :>4 U '4 D Vi U ',B U U -In D 3'/2 D 3 /4 ...301'j ...33 ...31 1 /4 ...22r« ...27U .. 471 /4 ... 521 /4 . 23Vi .306 =4 ..281 /2 ....331/2 . 24 '/2 .25'/. ... 10 ;1 ,i . .31 "4 ..251/2 . .32 ..203 .4 ..29V2 ..22H .125 ....*m . .51 1/2 . 51 Is ..23 ..46 . 55'/? ...23=o ..201'a ..101* ..32Va ...61,4 ..70% ...311 /4 . .715 (1 ..36 '/2 ..17 -1 ,4 ,.59 '/a .. 343 ,4 . .21'/. .33y ..32V2 .933 .4 . 26'/» .55'i ..65% .72 ...3P /4 ..42V2 ,. 30 3 /4 Carbide 44'/a 183 /4 21 . 30 '/4 . 431 /4 ..961 /a 50 '/4 U u U ' U 1 D ' U - 1 U ' U ' U 1 B U ' U '. D ' D 3 D ' U 1 U 1 D 1 O \ U 1, U '/ D ': D D U D D D U D D U U D D U u u u D U D D U u D D D D D 3fl Cattle-Hog Markets Chicago Cattle Oct. Dec. Feb PC 32.4S 32.15 32.02 Close 32.52 32.17 32.10 Chicago Hog Futures Oct. Dec. P.C 20.37 21.15 Close 20.60 21.45 Pork Betllet Feb. Mar. P-C 31.65 31.65 Close 32.55 32.50 Local Stocks Opan High Lew 1 :00 p.m. Cessna 23Vt 24W 21V* 24ft W. R. Grace 31=A 31% 31'A Frontier 5'/. iVt 5 Dillons 233 /4 233 /4 23V4 Interpace 27V* 27% 27Vj Morton-Norwich .. 24ft 25 24Vj LOCAL MARKET — BM Atkad Drummer Boy •/» '/i Hesston 151 /4 1514 Medlcalodges I'/j 2V4 Nal'l Inv. Co., Inc m Amer. Inv. Life Ins 7V4 31% 5 23V4 27'/a 245. 31/4 S Marriage Licenses Robert E. Hazell, 27th, and Grace M. age, 202 West 17th. legal age, 60 East Montgomery, legal Bible Teach-ins! I • McPherson—Park School Auditorium 1 TONIGHT—Oct. 6—7:30 p.m. Central and •tttiany Callages Youth Oroups Singing • Great Bend—Knights of Columbus Hall Thursday—Oct. 7—7:30 p.m. • Garfield—Lutheran Church Friday—Oct. 8—7:30 p.m. Youth Groups Singing Evangelists: Rev. Rodnay Lensch and Mr. H. iauer, Valley Parks, Me. Local Markets •TRUCK WHEAT-1.26. BRAN—2.(5. SHORTS—2.9Q. WICHITA TRUCK WHEAT—1.28. •Board of Trade quotation, not necessarily elevator price. Produce Markets KANSAS ClTY (AP) — Wholesale eggs: large, 80 per cont A 24-33; medium, 80 per CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA) — Butter: wholesale selling prices unchanged; 93 score AA 61; 92 A 68; 90 B unquoted. Eggs: prices paid delivered to Chicago 1 lower to 1 higher; large whites 32V.-34; medium white extras 23-24 '/2; standards 24-25. Giants, Bucs Tied PITTSBURGH (AP) - The San Francisco Giants, with Willie McCovey batting in four runs, and the Pittsburgh Pirates, with Richie Hebner knocking in three, were tied 5-5 after iaaiags Wednesday in the fourth game of the National League playoff series. Strike Hope Spurs Trade CHICAGO (AP) - Heavy buying of soybeans futures, largely on expectations that the longshoremen's strike will end, sent prices upward by W* cents a bushel on the Chicago Board of Trade today. There was some slacking off in the closing minutes in soybeans oni profit-taking. Corn futures advanced l'/i cents a bushel while oats moved up around 1 cent. Wheat prices gained around % but fell back at the close. Kansas City Wheat Dec. Mar. May July P.C 1,4J>* 1.42'A 1 .40V4 I.3S1B Open 1 .43V4 I.42V4 I .4OV2 High 1 .441 /4 1.42% 1.40V3 Low 1.435/4 1.42'A 1.40'/« Close 1,40 1.42 1.40V« 1 .35% Chicago Oats Dec. Mar. May P.C 70'/4 69'/a 61% Close 1 .44 1,42 l .40V» t .351ti Chicago Soybeans Dec. Mar. May P.C 3.08 3.111.4 3.15'i Close 3.10',4 3.13',i 3 .171b Chicago Wheat Dec. Mar. May July P.C 1.48'il \,AVi 1 .47» B 1 .39',n Open 1.48'n Maia 1 .4P.* 1 .3?i /4 Hiflh 1.4834 1.49-ln 1 .484b 1.39',j Low 1.47'n 1.481; 1.47'/j 1 .38',« Close Chicago Corn 1.48U 1.48 !.i 1.47 '/2 1.39',< P.C. Open High Low Dec. Mar. May July 1.13U 1.18 1.21 1.23 1.131 /2 1.17T» 1.21V'» 1.223 .4 1.141J 1.19'/i i.22 '/4 7.24 1.13 1.17 +4 1.21 1.22 3 .4 Close 1.I4W 1.191» 1.22 1.22=18 Chicago Eggs Oct. Nov, P.C 31.50 35.60 Close 31.30 35.45 Grain Receipt WHEAT — Hutchinson, today 1 44; week ago 64; year ago 49. Wichita 42; K.C. 48; Sallna 30; Ft. Worth 1. CORN—K.C. 71. KAFIR—Hutchinson 11; K.C. 303. Hutchinson Wheat Hutchinson Board of Trade Closing wheat price V'i to 1 higher. Basis \i to higher. Demand good. Cash Sales (KC Basis) Volume 12 cars. No. I had and dk hd 5. No. 2 lid and elk hd 7. KANSAS CITY (AP) — Wheat 48 cars: unchanged to 1U higher; No. 2 hard 1 .533 ,4- t.65'/4n; No. 3 l.5P.4-1.64'/4n; No. 2 rod wheat 1 .373 /4 -1.49'.;.n; No. 3 1.35 J /4 -1 .48V4n. Corn 71 cars: unchanged 1 "4 higher; No. 2 while 1.12-1.17n; No. 3 1.00-1.16n; No. 2 yellow 1.10-1.lSVi; No. 3 1.02-1.17'/4n. Oats no cars: nominally unch; No. 2 white .66-.75n; No. .61-.74n. No. 2 milo 1.71-1.84n. No. 2 rye .90-.98n. No. 2 barley 1.08-1.16n. No. 1 soybeans 2.913/4. Sacked bran 44.50-45.25. Sacked shorts 45.50-46.25. Board of Trade P«ge 2 The HnlehmsoB News Wednesday, October 1,1171 CHICAGO day: WHEAT Dec Mar May Jul Sep Dec Mar May May Jul Sep Dec Mar CORN (AP) — Wednes- High.. Low...Close 1.483,4 1.47'/« 1.48' * 1 .49% 1.48 '/2 1.48V4 1.48% 1 .47V2 1 .47Vj 1 .39V2 1 .3 «'/s 1 .39V. 1.405B 1.143,41 .13 i.m» 1 .191/2 1.173 ,4 1.19 '/8 1.22V4 1.21 1.22U 1.22V4 1.21 1.221,4 1.24 1.223,4 1.23V« 1 .24'. 1.24V. 1.24</2 1.23 1.2P/a 1.22'/. 1.27% OATS Doc .71}. .70 ',4 .71 Vi Mar .70 .69 .693 ,4 May ,68V« .67'/» .68 Jul .66% .66' 4 .661" Sep .67V. .67'/. .67V. SOYBEANS Nov 3.111 /4 3 .07 '/4 3.10 '/4 Jan 3.14'/l 3.11V. 3.13^ Mar 3.18'A 3 .15V. 3.17% May 3.21% 3.18% 3.20'/} Jul 3.22 3.19V. 3.2x'/« Aug 3.17 3.14 </2 3.16% Sep 3 .003 /4 2 .97% 2 .99'/« Livestock Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) - Cattle 1 ,800; calves 200; cows steady; high cutter, utility and commercial cows 1O0O-22.25; high dressing utility 22.40-23.00; feeder steers and steer calves good and choice 270-400 lb 38 .0041.00; 200-300 lb 43.00-46.50; 40050 lb 35.-38.5; choice 460-490 lb 37.50-39.10; choice and prima 729 lb 34.60 ; 700-900 lb 29.5033.00; bull calves choice 275-350 lb 38 .00 -40.30 ; 350 -525 lb 35.0031 .00; feeder heifers and heifer calves good and choice 25-4CO lb 14.00-37.00; 400-650 lb 31 .0034.00; 650-850 lb 21.5-31.5. Hogs 3,200; barrows and gilts steady to 25 higher; 1 -2 210 lb 20 .75; 231 lb 20.45; 1-3 200-250 lb 20.00-50; 190-250 lb 19.50-20.00; 2-4 250-270 lb 19.5-2.25; 1-2 185 lb 19.0; sows steady to 25 higher; 1-3 290-350 lb 17.00-50; 350600 lb 16.50-17.00. Sheep 100; lambs steady to weak; Instances 50 lower; ewes steady; choice and prime shorn lambs 26.25; choice wooled lambs 25.5S-2i.00; ewes cull to good 3.50-3.50. Estimates for tomorrow: cattle 54)00; calves 500; hogs 3,500; sheep 100. WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Cattle 150; cows generally steady; other slaughter classes not established; cows utility and commercial 20.00-23,00; Hogs 1,000; barrows and gilts 25 higher; 1-2 210-230 lb 20.25; 1-3 200-240 lb 17.73-20.25; 1-3 240260 lb 19.25-75; sows sltayd; 1-3 300 lb down 16.75-17 ,00; 1-3 300400 lb 16.00-17.00; 2-3 400-500 lb 15.5-16.25; Sheep 20; slaughter classes steady; wooled lambs choice and prime 25.50; choice end of prime 25.00-25; ewes cull to good 3 .0O -5.OO. DENVER (AP) - Hogs 700, barrows end gills steady, few opening sales 25 higher; load U. S. 1-2, 210, 21.00; U. S. 1-3, 200-240, 20.25-20.75; 2-3, 200-240. 19.75-20.25; 2-4, 240-260, U.75- 0,00; sows 5 lower, 1-3, 300* M0, MJM5.5P. Ambulance Call Oct. I — 9:30 a.m. 200 Block West 9th to South Hospital.'Transfer. »;J0 a.m. — Colonial Manor, Haven to 500 Block East 3rd. Transfer. Ii4i e.m. — south Hospital to MB Block West 23rd. Transfer. 2:30 t»m. — 100 Block Countryside. Bicycle accident. 3:17 p.m. — 400 Block East 4th. Traffic. eitl p.m. — B and Main, Sick cell. JVews Briefs Netv Irish Talks BELFAST, Northern Ireland (AP) — Prime Minister Brian Faulkner said Tuesday he is flying to London this week for more emergency talks about the violence in this British province, which he described as "bleeding to death." As he spoke at Stormont, the provincial parliament, guerrillas robbed a bank and fought a gun battle with troops caught in ambush. Not Nixon's Opinion WASHINGTON (AP) - The Nixon administration disassociated itself Tuesday from Postmaster General Winton M. Blount's suggestion Americans boycott French imports because much of the heroin coming to this country originates in BYance. Slate Department press officer Charles VV. Bray said Ambassador Arthur K. Watson, the U.S. envoy to France, had been instructed to inform the French government of this stand. Ruling on Gas (C) 1971 Washington Star WASHINGTON - The Federal Power Commission asserted for the first time Tuesday jurisdiction over the allocation of supplies of natural gas in times of gas shortages — despite what existing private contracts may say. Raps 'Barriers' (C) 1971 Washington Slar WASHINGTON - Unless Congress acts to remove voter registration barriers that keep millions of Americans from tire polls, ths United States "will become a nation of government by the minority for the majority," Sen. Hubert If. Humphrey D-Minn., warned Tuesday. Humphrey, who lost the 1968 presidential election by less than a million votes while 47 million potentially eligible voters stayed home, called for enactment of proposed national voter registration legislation. Police Bribes Told (C) 1971 N.Y. Timor. News Service NEW YORK - 'Hie federal strike force against organized crime in Brooklyn has obtained evidence that teams of New York policemen have received bribes of up to $25,009 to let individual narcotics dealers avoid arrest. The payoffs to policemen by narcotic dealers, which were described as "widespread" and "not isolated," are being investigated jointly by federal prosecutors in Manhattan and Brooklyn. Cites Pressure (C) 1971 N.Y. Times News Service WASHINGTON—A few hours before Representative Richard H. Poff, R-Va., decided last Friday to decline an almost certain presidential nomination to the United States Supreme Court he was given a friendly warning by the Senate Democratic whip, Sen. Robert C. Byrd of West Virginia. Byrd said that Poff's confirmation by the Senate might be "delayed" by liberal opposition and that the struggle might even bring on an anti-Poff filibuster. Poff's reason for withdrawing, he said later, was to spare the nation and his family "a long and divisive confirmation battle." The Hutchinson News MO 2-3311 The Avtoclateo Press It entitled to the use by reproduction ol all local neyvs, printed In the newspaps? at well as all AP News dispatches. Published dally end Sunday at 300 West Second Hutchinson, Kan ^s 47501 Stuart Awbray Editor and Publisher Richard D. Popp John G. Harris Advertising Director Production Manager Department Heads News: R. E. Coldron, munogl.na editor. Wayne Lec, 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 Fooihee, classified manager. Business: James Drake, manager. Art Fabrltlua, office manager. Production: Robert Nlcklln, Ray Gordon) composing room foremen, R. C. Robinson. D. E. Mangels, press room foremen. N 231 AAEAASER OP THe ASSOCIATED PRESS TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION Single copy 10c. Sunday me. Rural Wall In stale of Kansas, one year U7.IW tlx months 114.94; on* month 12.91. Elsewhere by mail, one year tW.OOt •Ix months $14.00; one month tt.00. Price Includes postage and applicable) sales tax. Second class postage paid at Hutchinson, Kansas 475*1.

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