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Dillon Venture Self-Service Gas Plan Is Explained A revision in the State Fire Marshal's regulations will allow the Kwik Shop division of Dillon Companies, Inc., to sell gasoline on a self-service basis. Under the new regulations, companies will be allowed to sell gasoline dispensed by a customer if there is an attendant on the premises watching the operation. TTie Kwik Shop operation will consist of pumps on the Kwik Shop premises in view of the store's operator or employes. TT »e customer driving up to the pumps will be in contact with the employe through a remote speaker system. If djfae customer is smoking or leaves his motor running the employe will not activate the pumps until the motor is shut off or the cigarette put out. The customer will dispense the gasoline, the dollar and cents value of the fuel being indicated on a control console in the store. The customer will then go in the store and pay for the gasoline. "We feel that some of our regulations actually make the selling of fuel safer than an em­ ploye operated pump," said John Baldwin of the Kwik Shop division. . No Cans "While it is allowable to dispense gasoline into red colored metal containers we will not allow the gasoline to be pumped into anything but an automobile." "If the customer starts any unsafe activity, such as lighting • a cigarette, while he is getting gas the employe is instructed to'South Campus, personnel poli- tors and shut off all electricity in the area of the pumps." Baldwin said that two Kansas Kwik Shops, one in Wichita and one in Dodge City, have installed the gasoline dispensing service. "The number of Kwik Shops that will provide the service is undetermined," Baldwin said. "Some of our land deeds will prevent the selling of gasoline, some places we may ran into zoning problems, and the State of Iowa prohibits the self-dispensing of gasoline under any circumstances." Baldwin said he expected most Kwik Shops, either Dillon- owned or franchised, which will be able to sell the gasoline will establish the self-service centers. The gasoline is from an independent refinery and is market ed under the name Kwik Pow er, sold in regular and premium grades. Baldwin said the gaso line probably would be priced about two cents under national brands, depending on local pric ing conditions. HCC Trustees To Meet Tonight Bids for an art building on the Hutchinson Community Col lege campus will be discussed at the board of trustees meeting at 8 p.m. tonight at the Student Union. Other items on the agenda are: personnel, acceptance of the' new greenhouse on the Weather in the Neivs stop the flow of gasoline. "And in case of a major gasoline 'spill' or some other emergency, there is a console button which will stop the pump mo­ des, furnishings for the dormi tory, insurance for the South Campus and use of the college radio station for music in the Student Union. New! 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Elseivhere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Pr Albany, cldy 70 44 .25 Albu'que, clear 72 44 Amarlllo, cldy .... 76 52 Anchorage, cldy . . 40 37 Asheville, clear 78 48 .. Atlanta, clear 80 51 Birmingham, clear .83 49 Bismarck, cldy 72 48 Boise, clear 78 47 Boston, clear 72 52 Buffalo, cldy 61 44 Charleston, clear .82 66 Charlotte, clear ...79 52 Chicago, clear 65 40 Cincinnati, clear ...70 42 Cleveland, rain .... 63 48 Denver, clear ...78 .12 Des Moines, clear .74 43 Detroit, clear 63 39 Duluth, cldy 54 31 Fort Worth, cldy ...86 54 Green Bay, clear ...58 35 Helena, cldy 75 50 Honolulu, clear 88 77 Houston, clear 84 66 Ind'apolis, clear 70 4) Jacks'vlllc, cldy ...90 67 Juneau, M M M Kansas City, clear .80 52 Little Rock, clear . 87 50 Los Angeles, clear .102 70 Louisville, clear 73 48 Marquette, rain 49 42 Memphis, clear ....83 51 Miami, cldy 85 78 Milwaukee, clear ...57 41 Mpls-St.P., clear ...59 35 New Orleans, clear.81 62 New York, rein ...75 57 Okla City, clear ...BO 53 Omaha, clear 77 45 Philad'phla, cldy ...77 54 Phoenix, cldy 91 72 Pittsburgh, cldy ...65 48 Ptland, Me., clear .59 49 Pfland, Ore,, cldy ..70 53 Rapid City, clear ...76 46 Richmond, clear ...79 51 St. Louis, clear 73 45 Salt Lake, clear ...73 44 San Diego, cldy ....101 68 San Fran., cldy ... 63 53 Seattle, cldy 60 53 Spokane, clear 7S 40 Tampa, cldy 89 74 Washington, cldy 78 55 .24 .07 .72 .03 .10 .03 .04 .03 Kansas Points TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) High and low temperatures and pre- clpltatlon reports for 24 hours ended at 6 a.m.: Goodland 82 49 Hill City 83 45 Russell 83 50 Salina 81 SO Concordia 80 46 Topeka 12 47 Manhattan to 48 Pittsburg 78 53 Wamago 61 48 Garden City 81 46 Dodge Cily 80 53 Hutchinson 81 56 Wichita 81 49 Emporia 80 54 Chanuto 78 49 Coffcyville 78 57 Abilene 81 42 Extended Outlook Kansas extended outlook Saturday through Monday — Turning quite cool wilh chance of rain through the period; highs 50s west through the period; 70s Saturday dropping to 60s Sunday and Monday east; lows 20s to 30 west to 40s east. Hourly Temps. Thursday Wednesday Time Temp Time Temp 62 1 p.m 77 2 61 2 79 3 .. 60 3 82 4 59 4 .... 82 5 ... 58 5 .... 82 6 58 6 82 7 .... 57 7 .... 82 8 .... 56 8 .... 80 9 . . 59 9 77 10 ... 66 10 ,. 73 11 .,, 72 11 .... 69 12 Noon, ,,. 73 12 Midnight 65 Forecasts OKLAHOMA — Fair tonight; partly cloudy Friday; turning cooler northwest frlday; lows tonight 48 panhandle to 58 south; highest Friday 76 northwest to 90 south. r What is a compact bank? It's where you get auto financing at compact rates. COMB BANK NG NORTH NATIONAL GATE BANK ,CT 601 East 30th / 663-1201 / Hutchinson Deaths Mrs. Frank Groeoiag HILLSBORO — Mrs. Agnes Greening, 71, Hillsboro, died Tuesday at Salem Hospital, Hillsboro. Born June 4, 1900 in rural Peabody, she married Frank Groening on Oct. 21. 1920. She was a member of the Hillsboro Mennonite Brethren Church. Survivors include: widower of the home; sons: Merlin Buhler; Marvin, Hillsboro; Harvey, Lawrence; Wilfred, Detroit, Mich.; brothers, Tom, Herbert, Saskatchewan; Abe Cornelsen, Brandon, Manitoba; sisters: Mrs. John Neufcldt, British Columbia; Mrs. Ted Krukowski, Kitchener, Ontario; five grandchildren. Funeral will be 10:30 a.m. Friday at the church; Rev. Marvin Hein. Burial will be in the Mennonite Brethren Cemetery. J. M. (Jess) Norris J. M. (Jess) Norris, 63, former resident of Abbyville and Hutchinson, died Wednesday in Burns, Ore., from a heart attack. He was born Aug. 16, 1908, at Abbyville. He worked as a deputy under Sheriff Guy Ankerholz and later owned the John Deere implement dealership and a drug store at Abbyville. He left this area and moved lo Oregon in the early 1950s. Survivors include the widow, Doris; son: Larry, of the home; daughter: Mrs. Bill Jacobson, La Grande, Ore.; sister: Letha Cowan, Portland, Ore. His pa- ents, now deceased, were Mr. and Mrs. Lew Norris, life-long residents of Abbyville. Funeral services will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Burns, Ore. Burial will be at 3:30 p.m. Saturday at Nyssa, Ore. The Salladay Mortuary, Burns, is handling arrangements. The family requests memorials to the Shriners Crippled Children's Project, Portland, Ore. Arthur Urban Meyer Arthur Urban Meyer, 70, of 401-B East 17th, died Wednesday night at South Hospital from complications resulting from injuriesi suffered in a traffic accident several weeks ago. He had been an employe of Security Elevator Co., retiring in 1958 after 38 years. Born Dec. 4, 1900 at Burlington, Iowa, he moved to Hutchinson in 1928. He was a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church. Survivors include the widow, Gene; son, Robert, Irving, Texas; daughters, Mrs. Marlin Piatt, Burbank, Calif., and Mrs. Sally Crane, Seiling, Okla.; stepdaughter, Mrs. Sharon Warner, Manhattan; sister, Mrs. R. L. Hockett, Royal Apartments; six grandchildren and three step-grandchildren. Funeral will be at 10 a.m Friday in Johnson and Sons chapel with burial in Memorial Park Cemetery. Rev. David J. Max will officiate. Transcript Hospitals NORTH HOSPITAL BIRTHS Girl—Mr. and Mrs. Dalphla Dee Is- bcll, 828 East 4th, Wednesday. The Courts MUNICIPAL Traffic— Larron J. Blanton, 318 East D, speeding, $49, no driver's license, CIO remitted. Joe P. Wakeman, 317Vj East B. driver's license Invalid, $10. Gerald E. Gabhart, 809 West 5th, careless driving, $10. Ronald G. Krlcg, 2704 North Waldron, disobeying slop sign, $10. John Caster, 608 North Carey, disobeying red traffic signal, $10. Donna Sutton, 1?3:> West 19th, speeding, $9. Richard W. Curry 1 , 1902 Cone, driving without headlights, $10. Larry R. Ycagcr, 1319 South Plum, obscured license plate, $10. James P. Cannon, 3219 East 30fh, no mufflers, $10, speeding, $15. Phillip W. Fast, 2419 Waldron, no mufflers, $10, speeding, $15. Karen E. Wharton, 1521 North Ford, speeding, $». Douglas C. Hyc, 1501 North Ford, disobeying stop sign, $10. Ronald R. Bush, 1909 East Xth, driving left of center, driving while Intoxicated, Illegal transportation of liquor, pleads Innocent, trial set for Nov. 29. Wlllard W. Coup, Windom, driving with suspended license, pleads Innocent, trial set for Nov. 4. Larry C. Ford, 300 West 9th, driving with suspended license, trial sot for Oct. 29. Pamela M. Carson, 107 East B, South Hutchinson, no driver's license, trial set for Nov. 4. Criminal-Franklin J. Walker, 526 East 5th, possession of open container ot cereal malt beverage, 623 or 25 days. MAGISTRATE Traffic— Daniel P. Dorris, Arlington, speeding, $15. Darrcll Brannlng, Jr., Wellington, speeding, $14. Leonard N. Ellis, 1512 Prairie, speeding, $28. Mildred C. Edigor, North Newton, speeding, $10. Rusty L. Schwab, 1520 West 11th, speeding, $13. Carl T. Erlckson, Moorclfind, Okla., inadequate safety equipment, $5. Daniel D. D.ist.i, Garden City, no onlry n logbook tor current date, $10. Kenneth C. Dovlnoy, Sharon, operating vehicle without muffler, $5. Kenneth P. Wlnkley, 2001 North Jackson, speeding, $15. Kelly J. Turner, Belpre, speeding, $16. R. J. Postlethwalt, Jr., Wichita, speeding, $10. Larry E. Wolke, Conway* Springs, speeding, $16. Homer T. Hernandez, Wichita, speeding, $10; no valid Kansas driver's license, $5. John L. Grlbble, Garden City, speeding, 612. Frederick N. Spencer, Derby, no KCC authority, $10; registration receipt not with truck, $5; no drlv cr's license, $5. Kcrmlf K. Thompson, Elllnwood, speeding, $10. Marvin P Smith, Liberal, speeding, $15. Sharon K. Warhurst, Newton, speeding, $11. Lloyd R. Phlnney, Buhler, failure to stop for posted stop sign, $5. Warren W. Vincent, 80S East 9th, speeding, $12. DISTRICT Civil— Sam Beltz, Stafford, asking damages In the sum of $427,000.31 from Hobart P. Blasdel, Plevna, as a result ol traffic accident Oct. 23, 1969. Gary L. Nickel, Reno County, has asked for recession of oral agreement, for accounting and for damages In oqual amount of net proceeds realized from operation of ono 1957 Dlamont T tractor between Sept. 1970 and Aug. 1971 from Paul E. Scott, Reno County. William A. Mesh, Marie M. Mesh, and Louise M. Mesh asking for land contract with William L. Weems and Tom N. Weems be canceled and all moneys paid under contract by defendants be considered as liquidated damages and rent. Where's the Fire? Oct. *—1:39 p.m. 1325 East 17th. No fire, celling heater too hot, small amount of smoke. 5:54 p.m.—17th and Apple Lano. Grass fire, out on arrival. 6:51 p.m.—Behind 327 West 1st. Grass fire. Ambulance Cull Oct. 6—7:50 p.m., 800 Block North Monroe, to South Hospital. Sick call. Markets Dow Jones Takes Fall NEW YORK (AP) — Profit taking ate up most of the stock market's sharp early advance today. Trading was modeately active. The 2 p.m. Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks was down 0.36 at 900.19. NEW YORK (AP) — Early Stocks: U.S. GOOD GRADED BY THE SIDE BEEF 54 Lb. FULL OF MEAT SPARE RIBS 3* Lb. SLICED BEEF SLICED PORK Liver 39- - Lrver 25* Lb. CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS 69' Lb. BUDGET SLICED BACON 39 Lb. BUDGET SKINLESS WIENERS 3 > 1 oo For Your Dog or Cat pork m r * KIDNEYS 19 Lb. LUNCH MEAT HEAD CHEESE Lb. JUST RECEIVED A FRESH SUPPLY HOMEMADE FRESH HONEY marlon davls 207 SOUTH MAIN Mrs. Carl C. Coleman LYONS - Mrs. Emma D. Coleman, 84, former resident of Sylvia, died Thursday morning at the Lyons Care Home after a short illness. She was born Oct. 25, 1886 in Sylvia. She was married to Carl C. Coleman July 27, 1910 at Sylvia. He died in 1968. | Member of Sylvia Methodist Church. Survivors are: sons, F. Monroe, Boise, Idaho; Carol E., Wichita; daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Parson, Wichita; Mrs. Marjorie Vivian, Denver, Colo.; 17 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren. Funeral will be 11 a.m. Saturday at the church, Rev. David Trott. Burial will be in Sylvia Cemetery. Friends may call at Quiring Mortuary, Wichita, between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. Friday or at the church between 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. Saturday. A memorial has been estab lished at the Methodist Church, Sylvia. Funerals John E. (Jack) Battin Funeral for John E. (Jack) Battin, 67, 308 North Park Drive, who died Monday, will be 11 a.m. Monday at Johnson and Sons Chapel; Rev. W. A Strong officiating. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery Friends may call at the chapel between 9 a .m. and 9 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Fire Hits Far-Mar-Co Elevator at KC KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) Firemen fighting a blaze at the Far-Mar-Co grain elevator in Kansas City, Kan., early today were hampered by hoses that cracked under pressure, officials said. Cause of the blaze was not, )wo , otJ on south sld , rt S(h determined immediately and Cleveland and panning, there was no estimate of dam- J!l"l" H '" tb '" M ' ,he :I!'', ,0 „ ... , . minlsfretor ol Veterans A/fair*, tour age. No injuries were reported. ioti in syivia. Marriage Licenses Darolcl Gone Stocckleln, 23, 308 West 11th, and Peggy Jill Clarkson, 20, 1415 East 3rd. Deeds Recorded Marglloe Hess to William' D. and Anna B. Kvlcala, part of two lots on north side of 29th Parkway between LaiV Lane and 27th. Lizzie Barlol et al., to Herbert G. and Martha Franz, ono lot In Buhler. Orvin Verio and Rowcna G. Taylor to Lawrcnco Eugene Roher, two lots and part of another on south sldo of llth between Elm and Plum. Warren E. and I la L. McCammond to Charles I. and Velma J. Davis, part ot two lots on north tide of 9th between Poplar and Maple. Fred and Mamie E. Belgard to Everett V. Ruby et al., two lots on southeast corner of 8th and Ford. Russell E. and Dorothy J. Skelton to Thomas C. and Belva J. Swain, one lot and part of another on south side of 13trt between Poplar and Maple. Glenn V. and Grace P. Ely to Countryside West Inc., two lots on west side of Normandy Road between Idlcwlld Drive and 32nd Terrace. Clarence and Verna Ollenburgor to Mil ford R. and Lola Joan Lohrentz, a tract ad|olnlng Buhler. George S. Fleeson to Fred S. Moser and Carlos E. Moser, 140 acres about VU miles north of Abbyville. Mabel I. Rossoe to K. E. and Betty I. McCrelght, part of two lots on west side of Meadowlark Lane between 22nd and 23rd. Leo J. and Alice E. Kocslcl to Mabel I, Rossoe, part of three lots on south side of 17th between Jefferson and Madison. Sandra A. Melland, administrator, to Terry Messing, two lots on southeast corner of llth and Cochran. Charles Heldcbrecht, shoriff, to Valley Federal Savings & Loan Association of Hutchinson, one lot and part of another on north side of 2nd between Pershing and Severance. Southern Extrusions Inc. to Howmct Corporation, one lot on northwest corner of 13th and Grand. Rowland Agency Inc. to C. R. and Claramae Larcom, eight lots about one- half mile east and one-half mile south of Medora. Water Inc. to Leo I. Johnson, about 166 acres about one-half mile west and seven miles north of central Hutchinson. Harold and Wanda Greenwald to Donald V. and Beverly A. Hendry, part of two loft on north side of 1st between Ford and Pershing. Llllie C. Burton to Ira P. and Velma Mae McKay, one lot on southwest corner of ?th and Pierce. Clyde C. and Geraldlne A. Doughty to Wallace L. and Effle N. Utterback, part of a lot on southwest corner of 4th and Maple. Don M. Stiles Builders Inc., to Marlon E. and Rachel A. Toland, one lot on east side of Meadowlark Lane between Wheatland Drive and Rambler Road. Sarah Ballard to Donley B. and De Lynna S. Bloeiser, one lot on south side of 1 *th between Walnut and Poplar. Doris Faya and Laland H. Morley et al., to Herbert C. and Mildred F. Lewis, two lots on south side of 13th between Washington and Adams. Edward S. and Enola L. Yauk, to Robert P. and Marian R. Taylor, three lots on northv/esf corner of 8th and Pershing. Isaiah R. 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U VJ U 1/4 D ','4 D '/4 U '/• U ',» D 1/4 U % D % U % U 1/4 D Hi Local Stocks Open High Low 1 pm Cessna 24% 24% 24% 24% W. R. Grace 31% 32V« 31 Vi 32 Frontier 5 5 5 5 Dillons 23 '/4 23Vi 23 '/4 23'/j Interpacn 28 '/4 28'/a 27'/i 27'/j Morton-Norwich ... 24V* 2SV4 24% 25'/4 Bid Asked Drummer Boy V. '/a Hesston 15% 1H4 Mcdicalodges l'/i Hi Nat'l Inv. Co., Inc 2 '/4 Amer. Inv. Life Ins 7V4 LOCAL STKS IU» Cattle-Hog Markets Chicago Cattle Oct Dec Feb PC 32.52 32.17 32.10 Close 32.47 32.22 32,15 Chicago Hog Futures Oct Dec PC 20.60 21.45 Close 20.52 21.35 Pork Bailies Feb Mar PC 32.55 32.50 Close 32.42 32.40 Say Nixon Friend Got Good Treatment GARDEN CITY, N.Y. (AP) — Charles G. "Bebe" Rebozo, President Nixon's close friend, received favorable treatment when the federal government bought Florida land from him in 1969, the lang Island newspaper Newsday reports. The newspaper said Wednesday that Rebozo got a price closer to the appraised value than other sellers got for similar land on one case and in an other case received $8,600 more than the appraised value. Senate Upholds Bill WASHINGTON (AP) - The Senate upheld today President Nixon's action in postponing for six months a scheduled Jan. 1 pay raise of about 6 per cent for federal employes. Vote Called 'Farce' PARIS (AP) - North Vietnam claimed today that the presidential election "fame" in South Vietnam and the recent U.S. bombing of the North illustrate the failure of Vietnam- ization. Beans Close Bit Lower CHICAGO (AP) — Soybeans futures advanced early fi cents a bushel on the Chicago Board of Trade today but closed just a shade lower under late profit- taking. Wheat and corn futures closed on an irregular tone, but oats were a small fraction lower. Kansas City Whaat Doc Mar May Jul PC 1.44 1 .42'/4 1.40lii 1.35-lii Open 1.43 "4 1.42 1.40 1.36 High 1.44'/j 1 .42U 1.40'/i 1.34 ',4 Low 1.4344 1.42 I.J5?» Close 1.4444 I.4214 1.40'A t.34>/» Chicago Wheat Dec Mar May Jul PC 1.48 1 .4844 1 .47 '/i 1.39V4 Open 1 .4744 1.4*!* 1 .47 ].M'/4 High 1 .4»V4 1.491/4 1.4/T« t.WVi Low 1 .47V'. 1,47.^ 1,44V! 1 .38 Close 1 .4* 1.4? 1 .474 *1 1 .39V4 Chicago Oals Dec Mar May PC 71 14 6Wi »B'/4 Close 70U 6*i.> tn» Chicago Corn Dec Mar May Jul PC 1.14-1 ii l.I'Mu 1 .2Ji4 l.231« Open ).I3 '4 1.1844 l.2l -\i 1,22' 11 lllall 1.14 1.19 1.2? 1.74 Low I .I31.4 l.lB'ii 1.21 1 4 1 .221.4 Close 1.14 I.I8I4 1.22 1.24 Chicago Soybeans Nov Jan Mar PC 3 .10'.4 3.131 /j 3 .1744 Close 3.14'.4 3.18 3.22'/i Chicago Eggs Oct Nov PC 31.30 35.4S Close) 31.55 35.60 Grain Receipt WHEAT—Hutchinson, today 108,- week aflo 49; year ago 248. Wichita 15; K.C. 105; Sallna 23; FI. Worth 6. CORN—K.C. 124. KAFIR—Hutchinson 24; K.C. 199. Hutchloson Wheat Hutchinson Board of Trade cloblng wheat price Va higher. Basis nom. unchanged. Demand good. Cash Sales (K.C. Basis) No sales. KANUA5 CITY (AP) Wheat 105 cars: Unchanged 1 higher; No. 2 hard 1.5344- l.AA'/in; No. 3 1 .5l',4-1.65i,in; No. 2 red wheat 1 .4744-1,49'.4n; No. 3 ]MV4-l.WAn. Corn 124 cars: Unchanged lo '•4 lower; No. 2 white 1 .12-1.17n; No. 3 1.001.Ian; No. 2 yellow l.l0 '.4 -1.18n; No. 3 1 .02'4-l.l7n. Oats none cars: Nominally unchanged; No. 2 while .64-.7S; No. 3 .6I-.74. No. 2 Mllo 1.71-1.84n. No. 2 Rye .»0-.98n. No. 2 Barley 1 .08-1.03n. No. 1 Soybeans 2.92',j-3.l2n. Sacked bran 44 .00 -44 .75. Sacked shorts 45.00-45.75. Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) Thursday: Page 2 The Hutchinson News Thursday, Oct. 7, 1971 High. Low.. Close WHEAT Dec 1.49'/4 1.4714 1.49 Mar 1 .4914 1 .4744 1.49 May 1 .47 '/i 1.46'/i 1.4171/4 Jul 1 .39V2 1 .38 1.J9V4 Sep CORN 1.4014. Dec 1.14 1 .13'/4 1 .14 Mar 1.19 1.18V. 1.1844 May 1.22 1.21 '/4 1.22 Jul 1.24 1 .22',4 1.24 Sep 1.244a 1 .2344 1.2444 Dec 1 .231 /j 1 .22 '/4 1 .231 /4 Mar . . 1.2741 OATS Dec .71 .70'/j .701/4 Mar .69(i .69 .69'/« May .6814 .6744 ,67'/« Jul .6644 .66 .6*1/4 Sep .67 '/4 .67 .67'/. SOYBEANS Nov 3 .16 3 .08V2 3.1444 J *n 3.191/4 3.11 3.1714 Mar 3 .23 3 .l5 '/a 3.22'/a May 3.26'/a 3.1844 3 .251/1 Jul 3 .27 3.1944 3.24'/i Aug 3 .22 3.15 3 .211 /4 Sep 3 .08 2.99 3.07 Livestock Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) — Cattle 5,500; leader auction: feeder cattle and calves strong to fully 54) higher; feeder steers and steer calves high good and low choice thin 225-27S lb 43.0046.00; choice, off grass 340-500 lb 38.00-42.10; 500-600 lb 35.5038.00; mixed good and choice 400-650 lb 35.00-38.0; 65-850 lb 32.00-35.00; feeder heifers and heifer calves choice thin 280-375 lb 3S.00-37.00. Hogs 3,100; barrows and gills weak to mostly 25 lower; closing steady lo 25 lower with a decline on weights under 250 lb; 1-2 220-235 lb 20.35-65; 1-3 200-250 lb 20.0025; sows steady to 25 higher; 1-3 300-400 lb 17.0050. Sheep 100; lambs fully steady; not enough to test prices; ewes steady; wooled lambs choice 25.50-25.00; good and low choice 24.00-25.50; ewes cull to good 3.50-5.50. Estimates for Tomorrow: cattle 100; calves none; hogs 2,500; sheep 25. WICHITA, Kan. (AP) Cattle 1,200; feeders not established; cows steady; cows utility and commercial 22.50-80; high dressing to 24.60. Hogs 1,000; barrows and gilts 25 lower; 1-2 210-230 lb 20.00; I- 3 200-240 lb 19.50-20.00; 1-3 240260 lb 19.0-5; 2-3 25-27 lb 18.50-19.25; sows 25 higher; 1-3 300 lb down 17.00-25; 1-3 300-400 lb 16.25-17.25. Sheep 200; lambs and ewes steady; wooled lambs choice and prime 25.50; shorn Iambi choice and prime no. 1-2 pelts 26.00; ewes cull to good 3.005.00. DENVER (AP) — (USDA) Hogs aSO. Barrows and gills steady. U. S. 1-2, 210-230 lbs 21.50-2l.75l 1-2 200-240, 19,7520,25; 2-4, 240-260, 18.75-20,00; sows, 50 lower, U. S. 1-3, 300-600 lbs 14.00-15.50. News Briefs Pass Military Bill (C) 1971 N.Y. Times News Service WASHINGTON — The Senate passed Wednesday a $21 billion military procurement bill containing a Vietnam troop willi- drawal amendment and a provision permitting tlie iniporla- tion of Rhodesian chrome in defiance of a United Nations embargo. Passage of the bill, which now goes to a Senate-Ilon.se conference, marked the cud of the annual defense debate in the Senate. It left the Pentagon critics once again outmaneuvered and outnumbered. With more than a dozen amendments offered during the 15 days of debate, the Pentagon critics succeeded in pushing through only one amendment cutting $2 million from the bill. Common Woo OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) The states should band Ingellier in a common effort to .solve Hie problem of drought, and they should proceed unhampered by federal control, CJov. David Hall said Wednesday. Crucial Vote Set (C) 19/1 N.Y. Times News SctvlcB UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.— The crucial debate on Chinese representation in the United Nations is expected to begin next Thursday under a speedup plan devised by the General Assembly's president, Adam Malik of Indonesia. Shift on Limit (C) 1971 Washington SUr WASHINGTON — The Mouse Commerce Committee reversed itself Wednesday and approved a campaign spending bill that would! set a 10-cent-<'i-voter ceiling on advertising, with only half that sum available for television. A Public Service? K<Ai\SAS CITY (AP) - Jackson County employes using county equipment have been re!sealing runways at the Grain Valley Airport, which is operated by a private group, it was disclosed Wednesday. Harvey A. Jones, county highway engineer, said he authorized county crews to do the work because he believed it was a public service. Dispatch Envoy (C) 1971 N.Y. Times Nnw» Sorvlro BRUSSELS - The North Atlantic Alliance Wednesday appointed its former secretary general, Manlio Brosio, to visit the Soviet Union to explore tho |x>ssibi!ity of east-west talks over troop cuts in Europe, Rocky Asks Probe (C) 1971 N.Y. Times News Servlc* NEW YORK — Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller has formally requested U.S. Attorney General John Mitchell to have the Civil Rights Division of tlie Justice Department investigate allegations by inmates of the Attica correctional facility that "their rights have been violated." Seek New Vote (C) 1971 N.Y. Times News Sorvlcs SAIGON - Tho United opposition to President Nguyen Van Thieu filed suit Wednesday calling upon tho Supreme Court to declare last Sunday's one-man presidential election illegal, unconstitutional and to nullify tho results. Produce Markets KANSAS CIT/ (AP) - Wholistl* sggi: largo, to ptr cont A 24-33; mtdlum, W ptr cont A 19-21. CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA) Butt«r: wholttilt tolling prlcti unchangtd; 93 KOTO AA M 92 A tt; 9o B unquohtd. Eggs: liiwd only on Wtdnm- day and Friday. Local Markets •TRUCK WHEAT-I.M BRAN-2.15 SHORTS—2.90 WICHITA TRUCK WHEAT-MI * Board of Trad* quotation, not Mcat- sarlly olavator prlca. The Hutchinson News MO 2-3311 Tho AttcclalM Prass is •ntltlad lo His us* by reproduction ot all local n«v/s, printed In (ho nswipapor as wall <• ill AP N«*» dltnatchts. Published dally and Sunday at 100 West Second Hutchinson, Kansas 47M1 Stuart Awbrey Editor and Publisher Richard D. Popp John G, Harris Advertising Director Production Minagoi Department Heads Newt: R. E. Coldran, managing editor. Wayne Lee, associate editor. James Hitch, news editor, Rich) Lovett, night editor. Millie Hurlahe, weekend editor. 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