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Pearson Would Welcome Challenge By Docking Hutchinson News Monday, Oct. 11, 1971 Page 2 By WAYNE LEE News Associate Editor TOPEKA — U.S. Sen. James Pearson didn't announce for reelection here Sunday, but he said he is looking -forward. to clashing with Democratic Gov. Robert Docking if their paths happen to cross in the political arena. . The senior Kansas senator's •-- comments came in an informal 3 .Jiews conference shortly before ,-he spoke at a political action 'workshop for about 150 persons, £ r including doctors, their wives ir -'and guests. The group is called J/>;KAMPAC. .Pearson also said there is v 'no bitterness between himself -and Sen. Bob Dole over a long impasse on a federal judge •aca'*cy; said he thought nominee Earl O'Connor, a state supreme court justice, will easily land th e job now; and said many Kansas Republicans are voicing concern to him about the "general state of disarray" of the party in the state. Pearson said that if Docking, the only three term Democratic governor in Kansas' history, seeks to unseat him and he decides to run, "I think it would i Teat opportunity to see different approaches to government." "Our approaches are very much different," he added. He didn't elaborate, but later, in his speech, Pearson noted that politicians who "sell themselves like soap" and rely entirely on public opinion polls to guide their thinking "aren't solving problems." Senator Pearson "Wherever you find a politician — an officeholder — in trouble or in controversy you more often will find him in the process of trying to solve some problem," said Pearson. Means 'Helping To Lead' He said officeholders who rely on opinion polls are little more than "ventriloquists," and said representing people also means helping to lead people. Docking is known to rely heav'ly on opinion polls and his television advertising has been called the best in the history of Kansas politics. Pearson, who earlier had labeled himself "about the worst politician who ever came down he pike here," said he has introduced a bill to limit campaign spending — a bill that "hasn't made us very popular" with the television media. But he noted that the great impact of television on politics had caused campaign spend­ ing to soar and that while the money "can come from some awfully nice people," it still may lead to "the pressures of obligation." He noted that it costs between $250,000 and $300,000 to run for a major office in Kansas. Pearson told the group the United States is "really desperately in need of people with political courage." He drew a standing ovation. 'Doing Right Thing' In the news conference, Pearson was asked if his position on the federal judgeship had hurt him politically. "I haven't the slightest idea and I don't really care what it does politically. My concern was doing the right thing." Pearson had nominated former Gov. John Anderson for the post. Dole nominated O'Connor. After an impasse of several months, Anderson withdrew his Governor Docking name. Democrats in Congress are about to put a freeze on judge nominations. Both Dole and Pearson now support O'Connor. Pearson said he had no interest in a federal judge post himself, and added with a smile that whoever mentioned that he might was "not a friendly source." He said he had heard the ru mor that Vice President Spiro Agnew might be nominated to the high court by President Nixon, and added, "you hear all sorts of rumors in Washington — it is the city of rumors . . Pearson said many Kansas Republicans are voicing concern about the fragmentation of the party in the state, but disagreed with Dole that the congressional delegation can play a major role in strenthening it Markets Soybean Gain Is Trimmed CHICAGO (AP) - Soybeans futures prices advanced 2 cents or more before being trimmed on the Chicago Board of Trade today. Stock Market Prices Drop NEW YORK (AP) - Stock market prices dipped in today's very light trading as investors waited for labor's reaction to Phase 2 of President Nixon's economic program. Weather in the News Hourly Temps. Monday Hutchinson emps. Sunday Time Temp Time Temp 63 1 73 2 61 2 76 - 3 3 78 4 .... 57 4 , 80 S 57 5 81 « ....57 6 7 7 , , 78 8 8 75 9 58 9 ... 72 10 60 10 68 11 64 11 ... 66 12 Noon. 67 12 Midnight 63 Kansas Points TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - High and low temperatures and pre- a-..,-,- clpltatlon reports for 24 hours 3 & ended at 6 a.m.: Siii £-Goodland f , c ., rlt ,HIH City Russell f<S>i:f.O Sallna ,vi Concordia -.. - T 0 p e |< a ~S.i:!:.fr;Manhattan .Pittsburg Warnego ^Garden City •)-, .-,Dodge City ' Hutchinson Wichita Emporia / - f Chanute ;J"jr-\Coffeyvllle "Abilene -31.1.'! 85 44 87 47 85 54 82 49 81 52 79 43 78 52 70 52 76 50 86 47 83 50 81 56 79 44 77 50 73 48 73 46 81 46 Elsewhere •JIBS .a; 4-d Try The New Camelot Inn 6th & Adams, Hutchinson ! for Reservations Phone 663-6175 Collect v ?7up^- Color TV Every Room How can such a big Bank f fit into such a ^compact-— building? : Good things comeln small packages. &> -/aw fib: V,'. -»8| 601'East 30th ' WR '^63-1201 / Hutchinson 58 44 1.26 76 51 78 45 54 38 .11 60 34 64 39 .. 65 39 .. 69 30 78 49 .. 68 54 1.37 61 51 73 52 .22 66 40 .08 61 49 57 41 55 42 83 41 77 51 60 45 65 39 M M M 76 50 .. 58 40 75 37 .. 87 74 72 58 60 44 74 47 .25 M M M 76 53 .. 72 45 .. ,22 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Pr Albany, cldy Albu'que, cldy Amarlllo, clear Anchorage, cldy Ashevllle, clear Atlanta, clear Birmingham, clear Bismarck, clear Boise, clear Boston, cldy Buffalo, cldy. Charleston, clear Charlotte, clear Chicago, clear Cincinnati, clear ' Cleveland, cldy Denver, clear Des Moines, Detroit, cldy Duluth, clear Fairbanks, M Fort Worth, clear Green Bay, clear Helena, clear Honolulu, clear Houston, clear Ind'apolls, cldy Jacks'ville, cldy . Juneau, M Kansas City, clear Little Rock, clear Los Angeles, clear 101 69 Louisville, clear 62 43 Marquette, cldy 52 43 Memphis, clear 67 46 Miami, cldy 87 74 Milwaukee, clear 58 46 Mpls-St.P., clear 71 38 ..' New Orleans, clear 71 48 New York, cldy 65 52 1.72 Okla. City, clear 76 47 Omaha, clear 80 43 Phljad'phls, clear 66 51 .72. Phoenix, clear 94 70 Pittsburgh, cldy 51 40 Ptland, Me., clear 58 52 2.80 Ptland Ore., clear 61 58 Rapid City, clear 60 .40 Richmond, clear 64 41 .54 St. Louis, clear 64 48 Salt Lake, clear 75 47 San Diego, clear 92 68 ' San Fran., clear 59 52 Seattle, cldy 64 56 Spokane, cldy 70 41 Tampa, cldy 82 66 3.50 Washington, clear 62 47 .18 CANADIAN CITIES: Edmonton, M M M M Montreal, M M M M Toronto, M MM;; Winnipeg, M M M (M—isslng, T—Trace) F orecasts MISSOURI — Clear and cool tonight; a chance of scattered frost north with low 35 to 40; mostly In the 40s through the southeast; Tuesday sunny and cool; high 65 to 72. OKLAHOMA — Fair wilh little change In temperatures through Tuesday; highs Tuesday 80s and lows tonight mainly 40s. Deaths Ripple How To Hold FALSE TEETH Securely Do false teeth embarrass you by coming loose when you eat, laugh, or talk? A denture adhesive can help. FASTEETH® gives dentures a longer, firmer, steadier hold. Makes eating more enjoyable. For more security and comfort, use FASTEETH Denture Adhesive Powder. Dentures that fit are essential to health. See your dentist regularly. Frank L. Ripple Frank L. Ripple,. 73, formerly manager of the Baker Hotel, now the Hilton, died Saturday in Harlingen, Tex. He was manager of the Allis Hotel in Wichita before coming to Hutchinson and had served as president of the Kansas Hotel and Restaurant Association. He left Hutchinson in 1987. He was born near El Caxnpo, Tex. He is survived by the widow and a son, Dick, of Colorado. Funeral will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Wheeler Mortuary, El Campo, and burial will be at El Campo. Mrs. William E. Ross Ilda A. Ross, 60, 200 East Carpenter, died at her home Sunday morning after a long illness. She was born May 17, 1911 at Byron, Okla. She was married to William E. Ross. He died in December of 1963. She was a member of the Salvation Army. Survivors are: daughters, Iso-j la Roberts, Meade; Mrs. Lois Jackson, Denver; son,, Charles Ward, El Dorado. Funeral will be at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Johnson and Sons Chapel, Major Carl Emrick officiating. Burial will,be in Eastside Cemetery. Friends may call between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. Tuesday at the chapel. John L. Frank SCOTT CITY - John L. Frank, 86, father of Ivan and Raymond Frank, Hutchinson, died Sunday at the Hillcrest Manor, Hays, after a long illness.. He was born Jan. 30, 1885, in Russell, and married Elizabeth R. Allen, Jan. 15, 1914, at La Crosse. He was a retired em­ ploye of the Scott City Road Maintenance Department. He moved to Scott City in 1915. Funeral will be 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Weinmann- Price Funeral Home; Rev. Orson Evans. Burial will be in the Scott County Cemetery. Friends may call until service time Wednesday at the funeral home Emanuel Renner Emanuel Renner, 88, 401 Walker, died at his home Sunday after a long illness. He was born Aug. 11, 1883, in Nickerson, and married Beryle Golding, April 6, 1904, in Hutchinson. She died Dec. 24, 1960. He was a retired shoe repairman and a lifetime resident of Hutchinson. Survivors include sons, Warren, Houston; Emmett, Jacksonville; Norman, Glendora Calif.; daughter, Mrs. LeRoy Maxfield, 401 Walker, seven grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Elliott Chapel; Rev. Lestor Morgan. Burial will be in the Eastside Cemetery. Friends may call from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Monday and Tuesday at the chapel. Daily Transcript Hospitals NORTH HOSPITAL BIRTHS Girls—Mr. and Mrs. Craig A. Miller, 404 East 10th, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas B. Spoils, 1420 Cochran, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Francis D. Merferve, 108 Osborne, Sunday. DIVORCES Granted—Linda C. Culver. Culver from Robert Traffic Accidents Deaths Elsewhere Mrs. Emma S. Pearson 85, Windom funeral 3 p.m. Tuesday at Andover Lutheran Church. Melvln Haugen, 55, Kinsley; graveside services 10 a.m. Tuesday at Kinsley Cemetery. John E. Nelson, 99, McPherson; funeral 10:30 a.m. Thursday 1 at Evangelical Covenant Church. Mrs. Bessie M. Sheldon, 84, Medicine Lodge; funeral 2 p.m. Tuesday at Methodist Church. Ray E. Blckel, 51, Dodge City; funeral 2 p.m. Wednesday at Hulpleu-Swalm Chapel. Mrs.' Carl C. Welk, 85, Ellsworth; funeral 2 p.m. Tuesday at St. Immanuel Lutheran Church. Warm Days To Continue once-a-year CANDY SPECIAL Kansas State football fans may have thought there was a J distinct new blue cast to the sky's color Saturday but it was actually fine, sunny, crisp autumn weather. The situation will continue (weather-wise if not football- wise) at least during the early days of this week with sunny skies, warm days, and pleasant ly cool nights, according to the U.S. Weather Service. High of 81 Here A slight cool front that moved across the state Sunday night promised only minor lowering of temperatures which reached an official high of 81 at Hutchinson Sunday. Temperatures across the state ranged from highs of 70 at Pittsburg to 87 at Hill City. The overnight low at Hutchinson wag 56 degrees, the top among the lows in the state, which saw the temperature at Goodland reach 42 degrees. .... * VAhs reg.J3«o ....,$289 FAVORIJES Here's your opportunity to buy the very special Russell Stover FAVORITES at a very special price,... you'll find a select sampling of creams, nuts, caramels, miniatures, milk chocolates, dark vanilla chocolates and butter bons. .;Treat yourself and your family or friends to this generous sampling of many Russell Stover FAVORITES. \, £\ '4 'i 1300 N. g Mjrin VfUmJl III Northgate *F 509 E. 30th DRUGS INC. W MO 3-1153 Fast, Free Prescription Delivery and Tax Records The Courts MUNICIPAL Traffic—Robert C. Fischer, 40 Tomahawk, failure to yield right of way on making left turn, $10. Robert E. Regehr, 2011 North Main, speeding, $10. James D. Strickler, RFD 3, speeding, $9; no approved helmet, $10. Paul D. Swank, 925 South Main, speeding, $10. Burt Alumbaugh, 111 Countryside, no driver's license, dismissed. Mike A. Lablen, 64 Rambler, no driver's license, dismissed. Samuel E. Marclano, 500 Charles, speeding, $10. Charles E. Buscher, 229 East A, speeding, $10. BUI A. Shaffer, 3404 North Plum, failure to stop on emerging from private drive, $10. Robert R. Hughes, 417 West 21st, no driver's license, dismissed. Mary B. Fischer, 1820 North Main, disobeying red traffic signal, dismissed. Jack.P. Stlmatze, RFD 3, disobeying stop sign, found Innocent. Kathryn D. Lucero, 1505 Carey Blvd., no driver's license, $10, unsafe backing, $10; leavlng scene of accident, dismissed; failure to report an accident, dismissed. Danny L. Ramey, 1403 West 11th, muffler making excessive noise, $10, remitted. Jlmmle D. McClelland, 1015% East 3rd, engine emitting excessive fumes and smoke, $10, remitted. Billy D. Anderson, 7 South Pershing, failure to yield right of way at posted stop, $10. Helen M. Rodebaugh, 3105 Farmington, no driver's license, dismissed. Ronnie G. Pederson, State Fairgrounds, improper left turn, 610; speeding, $10. Reinold L. Lelker, 404 East 12th, changing direct course without safety, $10. Richard D. Brown, 16 East 12th, Apt. 1, careless driving, found innocent. Richard W. Wallace, 218 East Park, riding motorcycle on sidewalk, dismissed. Jon O. Fehrenbacher, 1003 Lennox, driving while intoxicated, driving left of center, careless driving. Trial set for Dec. 9. Criminal — Floyd N. McLeod, 122% South Main, intoxication, $20 and 20 days; littering, $10. Walter B. Johnson, 202 West 9th, Illegal possession of liquor, $25. Cidnee J. Schmidt, 903 East 12th, illegal possession of open container of cereal malt beverage, $25. Richard W. Wallace, 218 East Park, disorderly conduct, 30 days and $50, paroled. Carl E. Flenold, 1310 East 5th, obstructing legal process of official duty, and intoxication, pleads innocent, trial set for Dec. 2. Oct. 9—3:16 p.m. 100 Block East Sherman. Mllo S. Boyce, 18, 300 East 11th, was charged with unsafe backing after accident with Anna N. Staats, 73, 925 North Main. I 4:54 p.m.—100 Block West 2nd. Helen A. McConnell, 54, 1417 West 3rd, was charged with making unsafe U-turn after accident with Mary K. Lundstrom, 37, Little River. Oct. 10—2:40 p.m. 11th and Poplar. Geraldine M. Emery, 31, 10 Harvest Lane, and Else A. Shelton, 70, 312 North Pershing. 5:42 p.m.—500 Block East 11th. Brian Kent Powers, 9, 804 East 15th, received bump to head, not treated, when bicycle he was riding was Involved In accident with vehicle driven by Dick C. Roberts, 51, 1011 East 10th. Powers was charged with changing direct course without safety and no tag. 7:4« p.m.—Unit Block East A. James M. Edens, 20, 225 East B, was charged with careless driving, Invalid driver's license, and no license plate after accident with Carol J. Pettay, 36, 300 West 16th. Where's The Fire Oct. 9—1:50 p.m. 604 North Star. Grass fire, out on arrival. 8:00 p.m.—305 East 3rd. Legal burning. 11:48 p.m—608 West 22nd. Still run, washer smoking. Oct. 10—9:56 p.m. 308 East 3rd. Still run, no fire. 2:59 p.m.—26th and Lorraine. Grass fire. 12:28 a.m.—224 East E. Light cord shorted, no fire. Ambulance Call 9—6:05 p.m. 400 block West 1st. Tot Is Crushed Between Cars MAGISTRATE Traffic—Joanna F. Akins, 1004 West 1st, no driver's license in possession, $5, Samuel 6. Nlsly, Abbyvllle, failure to have red flag on load pro|ecting more than four feet from rear, $5. Kenton D. Marsh, Sun City, speeding, $22. Larry E. Young, Cheney, operating vehicle with no registration displayed, $5. Gerald W. Powell, Wichita, speeding, $24. Jerry L. Beineke, Nickerson, Inadequate ex haust system, $5. William P. Lowder milk, Glen Elder, speeding, $15. Rudolph G. Staab, Hays, no name, address, or gross weight lettered on sides, $5. Charles W; Cottle, South Haven, improper passing, fine remitted. Keith W. Reiser, Wichita, speeding, 614. Alan L. Neelly, 1416 East 36th, speeding, $17. Corwln M. Myers, 414 East C, failure to yield right of way, $10. Michael D. Robinson, Geneseo, defective exhaust system, $5. Tom C. Foster, Topeka, failure to obey stop sign, $5; driving while license suspended, $25; illegal display of registration plate, $5. Charles E. Austin, 545 East 1st, defective brakes, $5. Criminal—Dennis L. Davis, charged with burglary and theft. Preliminary hearing set for Oct. 19. Pete C. Medina, charged with burglary and theft. Pleads Innocent. Trial set for Oct. 19. Rltha Aline Minor, charged with burglary and theft. Pleads Innocent, trial set for Oct. 19. Other—Tommie J. Kensley, 119 Baker, no fishing license, $5. In A Hurry? . . . Need clothes dry cleaned quickly, expertly? Bring them to us now. "Don't get nervous. We have fast service!" (4-hour service) CLEANERS & LAUNDRY 3 Locations to Serve You • 721 E. 4th • 13th & Main • 5th & Adams By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Kansas appears to have recorded only two traffic deaths over the weekend. Police said a 2-year-old Wichita boy, John D. Gooch, was killed when he was caught between the bumpers of two cars. The accident occurred at Wichita's Riverside Park Sunday Young Gooch, police said ran behind a car driven by Charles Wilkes, 21, a friend of the family, as Wilkes backed out of a parking place. The child was pushed into another car; Raoy E. Bausby, 32, of Kansas City, Mo., suffered fatal injuries when a convertible blew out a tire and overturned on the Kansas Turnpike Sunday. Three other persons were injured. Bausby died a short time after the accident at Stormont Vale Hospital in Topeka. Showalter Named to Teaching Commission John F. Showalter, math and science teacher at Central Junior High, has been appointed by the Kansas Board of Education to a three-year term on the Professional Teaching Practices Commission. He fills a slot on the commission as "junior high classroom teacher." Del Ruff, coordinator of audiovisual services ,in the Hutehin- son schools, has been named to a one-year term on the School Library Standards Advisory Committee. Others from Southwest Kansas appointed to the library standards committee are: Mrs. Helen Floyd, Ness City; Mrs. Ernestine Voss, Dodge City; Carroll Cobble, Pratt; M. L. Williams, Medicine Lodge; and Rev. Canice Froelich, Hays. Oct Fall. 10:47 p.m.—2300 Block East 56th. Sick call 11:05 p.m.—400 Block North Whiteside. Assault. 11:50 p.m.—5th and Hendricks. Injury accident. Oct. 10—7:30 a.m. Airport. Transfer. 1:40 p.m.—700 Block West 23rd. Trans fer. 2:40 p.m.—Nickerson. Sick call. 7:10 p.m.—16th and Severance. Fall. Marriage Licenses Arthur W. Noggle, 77, 734 East Sherman, and Alta A. Blrket, 77, 718 North Maple. Kansas City Wheat Dec Mar May Jul ' PC 1 .44% 1.42% 1.40% 1.36 Open 1.4514 1.42% 1 .4W4 High 1.45'/s 1.43Va 1.41'A Low 1 .44% 1.42% 1.40% Close 1 .45% 1 .43'/< 1.41'/e 1 .35 '/s Chicago Wheat Dec Mar May Jul PC 1.49 1.48V4 1 .471 /a 1.38'A Open 1 .49% 1.48 ','4 1 .47% 1.38% High 1.50'A 1.50V4 1.48 1.38% Low 1.49 1.48VJ 1 .46V2 1 .37% Close 1.50 1.49 '/2 1.47% 1 .37% Chicago Oats Dec Mar May PC 703 /4 69V4 67V4 Close 71 69Va 67% Chicago Corn Dec Mar May Jul PC 1.14 '/4 1.19 1.22 1.24 Open 1.13% 1.18% 1.21 1/2 1.23% High 1.14% 1.19% 1.22% 1.24% Low 1.13% I .I8V2 1.21 V2 1.23% Close 1.1 4V4 1.19% I .22V2 1.24% Chicago Soybeans Nov Jan Mar PC 3 .16% 3 .19% 3 .24 Close 3 .173 /4 3 .20% 3 .25 Chicago Eggs Oct Nov PC 33.55 36.90 Close 31.60 35 .00 Grain Receipt WHEAT—Hutchinson, today 84; week ago 110; year ago 274. Wichita 95; K.C. 219; Sallna 53 4ccc; Ft. Worth 5. CORN—K.C. 196. KAFIR—Hutchinson 275; K.C. 495. Hutchinson Wheat Hutchinson Board of Trade closing wheat price 1 to IV2 higher. Basis unchanged to Vi higher. Demand good. Cash Sales (K.C. Basis) Volume 3 cars. No 1 hd and dk hd 3. Local Markets •TRUCK WHEAT—1.27 BRAN—2.75 SHORTS—2.80 WICHITA TRUCK WHEAT—1.29 •Board of Trade quotation, not necessarily elevator price. Higher Gas Demand TULSA, Okla. (AP) - The expected sale of more than 10 million automobiles next year and declining efficiency of new engines indicates a higher U.S. demand for gasoline, the Oil & Gas Journal predicted today. KANSAS CITY (AP) Wheat 299'cars: unchanged to IV2 higher; No. 2 hard 1.54%1.67%; No. 3 1.52%-1.66%n; No. 2 red wheat 1.4B%-1.50%n; No. 3 1.46%-1.49%n. Corn no cars: unchanged to % higher; No. 2 white 1.12- 1.17n; No. 3 1.00-1.16n; No. 2 yellow 1.10%-1.18'/4n; No. 3 1.02%-1.17%. Oats 1 car: nominally unchanged; No. 2 while .66-.75; No. 3 ,61-.74n. No. 2 milo 1.71-1.84n. No. 2 rye .90-.98n. No. 2 barley l.08-1.16n. No. 1 soybeans 3.0O '/4 -3.t4%n. Sacked bran 42.50-43.25. Sacked shorts 43.50-44.25. Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) — Monday: High Low Close WHEAT D V» D % U % U % D Va D '/4 D % D 1 D Va D % D l '/2 D Va D % D 1 U '/» D D D D D D D D D Va U Va D Va D 1 /4 U % D V4 D % D Va D Va D Va U Va U V* D % Va Dec Mar May Jul Sep Dec Mar May Jul Sep Dec Mar CORN I .5OV2 1 .49 1 .49% 1.50V4 1 .48V2 1 .49V2 1.48 I .46V2 1.47% 1.38% 1 .37% '1.37% 1 .39% 1.14% 1.13% 1.14% 1.19% I .I8V2 1.19% 1.22% 1.21V2 1.22V*- 1.24% 1.23% 1.24% 1.25V4 1.24 '/4 1.25V4 1.24% 1.23% 1.24% . 1.29V4 OATS The Hutchinson News MO 2-3311 The Associated Press Is entitled to the use by reproduction of all local news, printed In the newspaper as well as all AP News dispatches. Published dally and Sunday at I 300 West Second Hutchinson. Kansas 67501 Stuart Awbrey Editor and Publisher Richard D. Popp John G. Harris Advertising Director Production Managei Department Heads News: R. E. Coldren, managing editor. Wayne Lee, 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 Fooshee, classified manager. Business: James Drake, manager. Art Fabrlzlus, office manager. Production: Robert Nlcklln, Ray Gordon, composing room foremen. R. C. Rob- Dec Mar May Jul Sep .71 .691 /2 .67% .65% .70% .71 .69% .69V2 .67% .67% .65% .65% .66% .66% .66% SOYBEANS Nov Jan Mar May Jul Aug Sep 3.19V2 3.16V4 3.17% 3.22V2 3.19V4 3.20V2 3.26V2 3.24 3.24% 3.29% 3.27V2 3.28 3.30% 3.29 3.29% 3.25V2 3.23% 3.23% 3.11 3.08V4 3.09 Local Stocks Inson, men. D. E. Mangels, press room fore- I N 231 MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Single copy 10c, Sunday 20c. Rural Mail in state of Kansas, one year $27.81; six months 514.94; one month $2.58. Elsewhere by mall, one year S30.00; six months $16.00; one month $3.00. Price Includes postage and applicable Open High Low 1 pm Cessna 24 24% 24 24% W. R. Grace 32 32% 32 32% Frontier 5% 5% 5 5 Dillons 22% 23'A 22% 23 Interpace 28V4 28 28'A 28'A Morton-Norwich ... 24V4 24% 24 '/4 24Vi Bid Asked Drummer Boy Vo % Hesston 14 '/2 15 Medlcalodges 1% 1% Nat'l Inv. Co., Inc. 2'A 2% Amer. Inv. Life Ins 7% 8V2 Cattle-Hog Markets Chicago Cattle Oct Dec Feb PC 32.40 31.92 31.92 Close 32.37 32.02 31.95 Chicago Hog Futures Oct Dec PC 20.77 20.90 Close 20.57 21.25 Pork Bellies Feb Mar PC 32.12 32.07 Close 32.77 32.55 MFA Life the only certain thing about the fuure. See about the MFA Golden Emblem Life Insurance policy. It provides the shelter you'll need for the future. it has anything 9S£&) to do with insurance:! [INSURANCE! Hubert Faulkner 321 N. Washington Phone 662-7613 We ,do it .better. NEW YORK (AP) — Latest stock prices: Last Net Chg Admiral 17 '/2 D % Allied Ch 33 Allis Ch 13% D % Alcoal 46% D Va Am Airline 38% D '/« Am Cyan 34V< Am Motors 7% D Va Am T&T '.44% U % Ampex Cp 6IV4 Anaconda 14% D Va Atl Rich 68V4 D % Avco Cp 16% D Va Beat Fds 41% U Va Beech Air 15% Beth Stl 26% B6elng 16% Celanese 76 Cessna A 24% Chrysler Id 30% Cities Svc 46% C B S 46% Com Sal 57V4 Cont Can 34V2 Cont Oil 30% Cor GW 208V2 Curtlss Wr 12 Dow Chm 71 1/4 Du Pont 154V4 eEast Kod 86% Echlin Mf 49% Emer El 72% Firestone 54% FMC Cp ...29V4 Ford M 72 Gen Dynam 21 Gen Elec 62% Gen Mills 35% Gen Mot 84 G Tel El 31 Goodyr 32% Grace 32% Greyhound 22% Gulf Oil 27% Halllburt 69V4 Hercules 53 Homestake . .. 23% I' B M 304% Int Harv 28% Int Pap ' 33V4 Kan GE 23V4 Kan P8.L 27 Katy Ind 10% Kerr Mc 41% Kroger 31% D Litton Ind ,.24 '/4 D Marcor 31 V2 D Martin M 19% D Vi McDonn D 28% D Va Mldd S Utll 23% U Va Minn MM 123% Mobil Oil 49 D V4 Monsan 51% D % Nabisco 51% D Va Nat Gyp 23 D Vt No N Gas 46% D "4 Nort Simon 57V4 D Vo Okla GE 24V4 D 1 /4 Okla N Gas 20% U Va Pan Am A 9% D Va Panh EP 34% U Va Penn Cen 5% D V4 Penney JC 68V4 D 1% Phill Pet 30% D Va Proc G 72% U % RCA 35 D % Ryn Met 17% D v t Ryder Sys 63 D % Safeway 34 D V4 SI Joe M 21V4 Sa Fe Ind 32V4 D V* Sears R 94% D Va Sperry R 26% D % S O Cal 551 /4 D 1/2 S O Ind 66% U % S O NJ 70% Texaco 31% D Va Tlmken 44 U % Trans W A 32% U % Un Elec 19% U 1 /4 Unlroyal 20% D Vt US Steel 29% D 1 /4 Wn Union 43% D Va Westg El 93V4 D V2 Woolworth ....511 /4 Livestock Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) — Cattle 1,800; calves 100; steers and heifers 25 to fully 50 lower; cows mostly steady; feeders steady to weak; steers choice 31.00-32.00; high choice, some prime 32 .00 -50; mixed good and choice 30.25-31.25; heifers choice 30.00 -75; high choice and prime 31.00-40; cows high cutter, utility and commercial 2O.O0 -22.25; high dressing utility 22.50; lean utility selectively to 23.00; feeder steers and steer calves high good and low choice 250-300 lb 39 .00-41.00; feeder heifers and heifer calves choice 275-400 lb 34.50 -37 .50; 400-600 lb 32.00-34.50. Hogs 5,000; barrows and gilts uneven, steady to mostly 25 lower; Instances 50 off; 1 -2 225 lb 20 .35; 1-3 200-250 lb 20.00-25; sows under 500 lb steady to 25 lower; over 500 lb 50 higher; 13 300-600 lb 16.50-17.50. Sheep 400; lambs mostly 50 higher, Instances 1 .00 higher; ewes and feeder lambs steady; lambs choice, with end of prime shorn lambs no. 1-3 fall shorn pelts 26.50-27.50; choice wooled lambs 26.00-50; choice and prime 27.00; ewes cull to good 3 .50 -5 .50; feeder lambs good and choice natives 18.0021 .00. America, you're beautiful. .r You could have ignored us. The problems in this town aren't your fault. And yet so many of you have dug deep into your pockets and supported the United Way services and agencies. You're helping families you've never seen. Families you never knew. Sick people, poor people, disturbed people, old peoplejieeded your help. And you came through, Thank you. This Ad Contributed by The Hutchinson News

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