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KU Prof Is State's First Post Auditor TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - The Legislative Post Audit Committee hired today W. Keith Weltmer, a University of Kansas professor of business administration and lecturer in law, as the state's first post auditor. Weltmer, 58, a brigadier general in the Kansas National Guard, fills a new post created by the 1971 legislature to serve as the legislature's watchdog over how money it appropriates is spent. Weltmer's appointment to a four-year term at an annual salary of $25,450 is effective Oct. 15, although he will finish out his teaching duties at KU this semester and serve the state on a part-time basis until early December when the fall quarter of school ends. Rep. Clyde Hill, R-Yates Center, chairman of the Legislative Post Audit Committee, said he first approached Weltmer about taking the job last July, and expressed pleasure that Ha had persuaded the KU professor to accept. "I'm very pleased that we could get a person of Keith's capacity, background, experience and all the rest of the qualifications he brings with him," Hill said at a hastily-arranged news conference shortly after the committee hired Wei tmer. Hill said the committee Seek Special Committee Plan No Tax Lid Recommendation TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - The Joint Assessment and Taxation Committee of the Kansas Legislature will make no recommen dation to the 1972 session of what should be done about the property tax lid law of 1970, State Sen. Frank Hodge, R-Hutchinson, said Monday. Frank Hodge "It is completely dead as far as this committee is concerned," said Hodge, chairman of the joint committee, after a day-long session here Monday to discuss a variety of matters facing the '72 session. The committee voted unanimously to recommend to the 1972 Legislature that a special interim committee be appointed to study between the '72 and 73 sessions the entire matter of tax limits, levy limits and budget limitation. This, in ef- How can such a big Kink fit into such a •compact— building? It's not the size of toe building that's Important. It's the size of the services. COMPi •BANKj NORTH GATE NATIONAL BANK 601 East 30th feet, will delay consideration of extension of the tax lid law until the '73 session, if the '72 legislature goes along with the interim study for next year. Urges Extension Gov. Robert Docking has been urging in recent speeches that the Legislature consider in the session opening in January extension of the property tax lid law, which is scheduled to expire at the end of 1972. Feeling among a majority of legislators appears to be, however, that since 1973 budgets of local units of government must be prepared next August well before the tax lid law expires, that the Legislature can delay considering extending it until the '73 session — after all members of the legislature stand for re-election. Docking has criticized this position as representing procrastination on the part of the Legislature. Rep. Shelby Smith, R-Wichita, chairman of the House Assessment and Taxation Committee, has taken the stand that he will oppose consideration of the tax lid law next session. He accused Docking Monday of giving the public the wrong im pression that the tax lid law is about to expire and that property taxes will jump dramati cally next year if it isn't extended by the '72 Legislature "If the public starts finding out that it's not expiring, and they find out that they're being deceived, then I think they (the governor and other tax lid advocates) might start pulling in their horns on it," Smith said. "If the public starts understanding what's right, they may have to change their tune." Hodge said the vote to recommend a study committee for the next interim is "as far as this committee will go; there's no reason for me to bring it up." screened about 18 candidates for the post, and interviewed about a dozen of them before settling on Weltmer. Weltmer, assistant chief of staff for operations -and training for the Kansas National Guard, said he is "very pleased to accept it, simply because I think it's an opportunity to do a lot of good for the state of Kansas." The new post auditor described the state's auditing system as "very, very bad, really," adding: "They just haven't had enough manpower to go out and perform audits...to find out just where the money is being spent. "But the only concern I have now is to find out what has been going on in the state auditor's shop. I'll probably spend the next 60 days just seeing what's been going on there." Six Killed, 102 Hurt in NATO Test ISEN, Germany (AP) Four Americans and two Germans have died and 102 others have been injured in North Atlantic Alliance field exercises here, the U. S. Army reported today. Most of the 44 reported accidents involved vehicle mishaps, including a helicopter crash. The Army identified one of the Americans killed as Spec. 4 Rickey Collins, Odgen, Kan., who had been stationed at Ft. Riley, Kan. with the 1st Infantry. He was electrocued by a high voltage line while unloading a railway car. Spec. 4 Gary D. Johnson, 21 Shelby Gap, Kan., a member of the 1st Brigade, 1st Infantry, was found asphyxiated Thursday on a track recovery vehicle, the Army said. The helicotper crashed Saturday night at Grafenwoehr, fatally injured Spec. 4 Jerome S. Ryan Jr., of the 15th Medical Detachment. 4)0 Clear Skies, Fair Weather Forecast Weather in the News Precipitation Probabilities high low 70s to low 80s; a chance of rain showers tonight northwest portions into southern portions by late Wednesday and not quite so warm; low tonight mostly in the 40s; high Wednesday around the 70 mark. Elsewhere Zones 2 and 3—Tonight partly cloudy and cooler; gradually diminishing northwesterly winds; low temperature In the loyj 40s; Wednesday fair and not quite as warm; 'high temperature in the 70s; precipitation probability tonight and Wednesday near zero per cent.- Zones 4, 5 and 4—Tonight partly cloudy and a little cooler mith northwest winds diminishing to 10 to 20 mph by morning; low around 40; Wednesday sunny and cooler; high upper Ms to low 70s; precipitation probability 10 per cent tonight, 5 per cent Wednesday. Zones 9 and 10 (Hutchinson)— Fair to partly cloudy and turning cooler tonight and Wednesday; winds shifting to northerly 1 at IS to 20 mph this evening; low tonight mid 40s; high Wednesday around 70; probability of precipitation 5 per cent tonight, zero Wednesday. Hourly Temps. Tuesday Monday Hutchinson Temps. Tlmt Temp Tim* Temp 59 1 p.m 71 2 57 2 72 3 57 3 74 4 57 4 74 5 . . 57 5 75 6 57 6 75 7 56 7 73 8 .. 59 8 70 9 .. 68 9 68 10 .. 76 10 65 11 87 11 .64 12 Noon 82 12 Midnight 64 F orecasts Deaths Elsewhere Mrs. Charles William Maxfield, 86, Garden City; funeral 2 p.m. Tuesday at Phillips-White Funeral Home. Richard W. Wlrthuhn, 71, Hays; funeral 2 p.m. Tuesday at St. Luke's Lutheran Church. Mrs. Harold Waters, 77, Coldwater; funeral 1 p.m. Wednesday at Hatfield Funeral Home. • Mrs. Ancll Blair, 82, McPherson; funeral 2 p.m. Thursday at Qulrlng-Glldden Chapel. Loren Edwin Furney, 53, Russell; funeral 2.30 p.m. Wednesday at Trinity United Methodist Church. Mrs. Joseph P. Peterson, 86, Assaria; funeral 2 p.m. Wednesday' at Lutheran Church. Mrs. Roy C. Austin, 71, Ft. Dodge; funeral 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Fort Dodge Chapel. Mrs. Burless L. Pemberton, 73, Garden City; funeral 10 a.m. Wednesday at St. Mary's Catholic Church. Mrs. Romeo Swehla, 89, Ellsworth; funeral 2:30 p.m. Wednesday at Grubb Funeral Home. Mrs. Henry A. Freeman, 87, Liberal funeral 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Roberts- Blue-Bamett Funeral Home, Emporia Mrs. Chauncey D. Mobtrly, 66, Dodge City; funeral 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Sacred Heart Catholic Church. OKLAHOMA-Variable cloud-i ness tonight and Wednesday; cooler northwest late this afternoon and over state tonight and Wednesday; lows tonight upper 30s panhandle to near 50 south; highs Wednesday low Ms panhandle to mid 70s southeast. MISSOURI—Some Increase in cloudiness northwest; warmer; By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Pr Albany, clear 65 35 Albu'que, clear 74 45 Amarlllo, clear 84 48 Anchorage, cldy 45 34 Asheville, clear 71 40 Atlanta, clear 72 47 Birmingham, clear 74 45 Bismarck, cldy 59 41 Boise, clear 74 40 Boston, clear 67 50 Buffalo, clear 60 43 .03 Charleston, clear 69 57 Charlotte, clear 68 43 Chicago, cldy 64 39 Cincinnati, cldy 68 37 Cleveland, cldy 61 35 Denver, cldy 81 48 Des Moines, cldy 70 41 Detroit, cldy 62 35 Duluth, clear 50 25 Fairbanks, M M M M Fort Worth, cldy 85 58 Green Bay, cldy 59 30 Helena, clear 71 40 Honolulu, cldy 84 74 Houston, cldy 81 66 Ind'apolls, clear 68 34 Jacks'vllle, clear 74 46 Juneau, M M M M Kansas City, clear 76 45 Little Rock, clear 84 50 Los Angeles, clear 100 66 Louisville, clear 74 40 Marquette, cldy 52 38 .10 Memphis, clear 79 51 Miami, cldy 80 71 1.72 Milwaukee, cldy 58 31 Mpls-St.P., cldy 56 31 New Orleans, clear 72 46 New York, clear 67 49 Okla. City, cldy 83 52 Omaha, cldy 68 46 Philad'phia, clear 64 47 Phoenix, clear 92 66 Pittsburgh, clear 63 38 Ptland, Me., clear 62 46 Ptland, Ore., cldy 65 49 Rapid City, clear 72 53 Richmond, clear 67 45 St. Louis, clear 73 36 Salt Lake, cldy 75 43 San Diego, cldy 89 64 San Fran., clear 75 54 Seattle, cldy 63 49 Spokane, clear 67 36 Tampa, cldy 82 70 Washington, clear 68 49 CANADIAN CITIES Edmonton, M M M M Montreal, M M M M Toronto, M M M Winnipeg, M M M (M—Missing, T—Trace) Daily Transcript The Courts MUNICIPAL Would up to $10,000 make life brighter? • Money builds up in your house. Every time you make a house payment. Every time property values go up. Your Avco man may loan you a substantial partof that "equity" - as much as $10,000. It's your money. How much? Just estimate how much your house is worth today, and subtract how much you still owe on it. The difference is your equity. And you don't have to spend the money on home improvements. It's yours. Get out from under your bills. Buy a second car—a boat — more education. Take a once-in-a-lifetime vacation. You name it. So call Avco Financial Services You'll find out quickly how much cash you may get. And you'll get several payment sizes to choose from. Call Today. Traffic—Paulina H. Vandaver, 706 West 20th, disobeying red traffic signal, $10. Diana L. Galloway, 302 East 15th, disobeying red traffic signal, $10. Kathy J. Haberty, 120 West 18th, riding without approved helmet, $10. Peggy E. Hager, 1 Martin, improper left turn Into wrong portion of street, found Innocent. Leonard E. Wiard, 120 West 6th, no mufflers, $10, remitted. Kenneth L. Davis, RFD 4, speeding, $10 and 10 days, paroled to attend traffic school. Paul A. Parker, 1501 North Ford, speeding, $17. Paul G. Heter, 7 South Van Buren, failure to yield right of way to pedestrian in crosswalk, $20. Larry L. Settle, 1000 South Lorraine, Lot 3, speeding, $10. Barbara j L. Rhoades, 61 East 27th, driving wrong way on one-way street, $10. Helen A. McConnell, 1417 West 3rd, unsafe U-turn, $10. Steven B. Gibson, 1112 North Van Buren, speeding, $10. Ora F. Compron, 501 South Poplar, speeding, $12. Guy A. Carr, 909 North Ford, speeding, $9. Donna M. Dairies, 1512 Landon, disobeying red traffic signal, $10. Thomas N. Clark, 314 East 13th, careless driving, $10. Robert E. Jones, 415 East Justice, no driver's license, dismissed. Forest D. Foster, 537 East C, disobeying red traffic signal, 610. Milo S. Boyce, 300 East 11th, unsafe backing, $10. Carolyn S. Smith, 415 Cessna, no license plate, $10. Melvln L. Johnson, 328 East F, no driver's license, $10; speeding, $9. James M. Withers, McPherson, speeding, $14. Rodney A. Conquest, Moundridge, careless driving, $10. Charlotte M. Hale, 105 North Maple, driving while intoxicated. Improper right turn, pleads innocent, trial set for Dec 2. Clarence R. Edwards, 112 South Adams, two counts of driving while intoxicated, two counts of driving left of center, two counts of no driver's license, Illegal transportation of liquor, and driving without headlights, continued to Oct. 26. Steven B. Beem, 316 West 5th, failure to attend driver's Improvement school, continued to Nov. 30. Ma[pr Edwin Jones, Columbus, Ga„ driving while license suspended, property bond forfeited. tickets, $10. Crespin Rodrigues, 500 Osborne, non-payment of parking ticket, $10. MAGISTRATE Traffic— Larry J. Wolcott, 2303 Harrison, speeding, $10. Daniel F. Irsik, South Hutchinson, overweight trailer, $5; unsafe vehicle, $5. Walter B. Glessel, Spearville, speeding, S15. Marian Purviance. Arcadia, Calif., speeding, $10. Helen E. Farmer, Pratt, speeding, $18. Ronald G. Soft, Wichita, speeding, $10. David N Almanza, South Hutchinson, no driver's license in possession, dismissed. Kenneth K. McAllister, Dallas, speeding, $16. Dennis L. Ediger, 6 Hillcrest, speeding, $18. Ronnie J. Snyder, Inman, illegal display of tags, $5. Criminal —Ann Lee Davis, burglary and theft, preliminary hearing set for Oct. 19. DISTRICT Civil— Superior Boiler Works, Inc., vs. Dennis Anderson, doing business as Anderson Boiler Service, collection suit of $5,273. Criminal— Donald L. Board, 824 Pierce, pleaded guilty to amended charge of impairing secured property, paroled from one-year sentence to county iail. DIVORCES Granted— Corrine Cooper from David Cooper. Delores Wright from Clarence O. Wright. Plaintiff's former name of Delores Augmon restored. Deaths Mrs. Wheeler Cullins GREENSBURG — Mrs. Hel ena Cullins, 84, mother of Win- fxed Marion, 507 East 3rd, died Monday at the Caremore Haven Nursing Home, Greensburg, after a long illness. Born June 5 1887, in Kiowa County, she was married to Wheeler Cullins Dec. 21, 1911, in Kiowa County. He died March of 1966. She lived near Greensburg all her life She was a member of the Friends Church, Haviland; Thimbleena Club; Tillers and Toilers, HEU Club. Ulysses Floyd Kocher STAFFORD — Ulysses Floyd Kocher, 77, faher of Karl and Katherine Kocher, Hutchinson, died Sunday at the Stafford District Hospital after a short illness. Born Jan. 15, 1894, in Coats, he married Minnie Florence Carlin June 15, 1913, in Pratt. He married Delia Luella Hembree May 4, 1942. She died July 30, 1961. He was a retired farmer and lived here since 1947. He was a member of the Moose and Eagles Lodges". Funeral will be 2:30 p.m. Friday at the Ayres - Calbeck Chapel, Pratt. Burial will be in Greenlawn Cemetery, Pratt. D. W. (Dick) Burnett SYRACUSE - D. W. (Dick) Burnett, 76, brother of Mrs. Kermit Cavin, 217 West 18th, and Ed Burnett, 1124 East A, died Sunday at St. Catherine Hospital, Garden City, after a short illness. He was bom Nov. 30, 1894, in Jewell County. He was a retired farmer and lived here 37 years. He was a member of the First Presbyterian Church, Svracuse; Elks Club, Garden City. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Tuesday at the church; Rev. William Seybert and Rev, Earl Estill. Burial will be in Syracuse Cemetery. Willis D. Risley Willis D. Risley. 62, 614 West 9th, was killed Monday evening in a Reno County traffic accident. Born Aug. 19, 1909 at Nickerson, he married Rosa Zimmerman, Sept. 22, 1934 at Nickerson. He was a former resident of rural Sterling. Member of the Salem United Brethren Church. Survivors include: the widow; mother, Mrs. Edna Risley, 619 North Monroe; sisters, Mrs. Margaret Raymond, Wichita; Mrs. Eva Nichol, Fresno, Calif.; brothers, Willard, 504 West 13th; Orville, Nickerson; Allen, Adams. Funeral will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at the church, Rev. Sam Garbar officiating. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. Friends may call from 10 a.m. Wednesday to 10 a.m. Thursday at Porter Sillin Funeral Home, Sterling. Markets Criminal— Ralph H. Russell, 316 West 12th, disorderly conduct, pleads innocent, trial set Nov. 29. Gary Noble Jones, I208V2 North Main, theft, pleads innocent, trial set Nov. 24. Edward James Stutesman, 411 Walker, theft, case continued to Oct. 13. Other— Ross M. Sheffler, 212 West bth, non-payment of parking ticket, $10. Dennis D. Thomas, 316 West 12th, non-payment of parking ticket, $10. Ronald L. Shannon, 1008 West 1st, non-payment of parking tickets, $13. Mrs. Ralph Nester. 221 West 24th, non-payment of parking Traffic Accidents Oct. 11—11:44 a.m. 3rd and Severance. Grover C. Rodgers, 81, 1301 East 3rd, was charged with disobeying stop sign after being involved in accident with Guy B. Austin, 77, 215 South Bonebrake. 3:44 p.m.— 5th and Poplar. Teresa Palacio, 33, 1105 East 7th, and Mayanna Rudicel, 43, Burrton. 7:05 p.m.— A and Main. Bruce A. Ram ey, 45, Sterling, Colo., was charged with making improper left turn (from wrong portion of roadway) after being Involved in accident with Deloris K. Skinner, 26, 1307 East 11th. R. A. Linss R. A. Linss. 75. Portland, Ore., former Hutchinson resident, died Monday afternoon in a veterans' hospital in Portland where he had been for two weeks. He moved to Portland about 10 years ago. He worked for an oil company here. He was married to the former Zerelda Mills of Hutchinson. Survivors include the widow; stepson: Charles Goodwin, Portland; stepdaughter: Mrs. Dora Lee Hiett, Portland; nine grandchildren. Funeral services will be in Portland. U Vi D VB U VA U % D Va U Vi U Vi U Vt U Vi D Va U Va U Vi U Vi U 2 U Vi u Va D Va U ','4 D Va U Va U Vi U 1% D V* U Vi U Va D v» U Va U V4 U '/4 U v, u Vi U Vi D Va D 1 /4 U Vi U 1 D Va U 8% U *i U Vi D Vi U S'B U Vi D P ,8 U 1 /4 D Vi, D ''2 U 34 U Va U Hi U . Va D Va U Vi U *B U % u 1 • U Vi D Va U Va D Va D Va U Vi U 1/4 D Vi u Vi U Va U Vi D Va U VA O Va U Va U V,i U Va FINANCIAL 663 -1201 / Hutchinson We believe in >su. 328 N. MAIN ST. 663-3377 Hi/EE C5 L_ H.R GAS HOME HEATER Models for LP or Natural Gas DEATZ SONS Dial MO 2-2931 209 E. 3rd Where's The Fire Oct. 11—5:13 p.m. 4th and Pershing. Car fire. Marriuge Licenses Thomas Scott Starr, 30, Salina, and Patricia Lee Floberg, 26, Sylvia. Leland Wiley Fortner, 45, 922 College Lane, and Margaret Jewel Avery, 45, 1012 Baker. Deeds Recorded Lonnle K. and Nancy A. Wood to Robert J. and Marilyn B. Edgington, part of a tract on northwest corner of G and Howard. Terry F. and Gloi.a M. Messing to Craig K. and Claire M. Pearsall, one lot in South Hutchinson. Justlna Frlesen to Wllmer J. and Audrey J. Frlesen, three lots and part of another on north s.'-e of 9th between Cochran and Pleasant. Raymond and Jeannice Snyder to Alvin L. and Leota Bernlce Coop, two lots on south side of 9th between Gregory and Cochran. Herbert E. Jr. and Lorraine M. Ram say to Jayhawk Realty Co. Inc., one lot on north side of 24th between Rambler Road and Utah Place. C. Wllber and Ruby E. Lyon to Jay R and Karen S. Brooks, part of a lot on south aide of 7th between Washington and Adams. , v Oail and Ella J.'Lawrence to Roy P. and Ruth Six, one lot and part of another on south side of loth between Severance and Baker. John P. Jr. and Dorothy Kf Fontron et al., to Julius E. and Ruth Kaplan, one lot on wast tide of Main between Sherman and A. Mrs. Reinder Ringwald Mrs. Arendena (Tena) Ringwald, 84, Portland, Ore., died Monday in Portland after a one- week illness. She was born May 13, 1887, in Claflin and was married to Reinder Ringwald, July 17, 1906, in Ellinwood. He died July 5, 1961. She moved to Portland from Great Bend in'1963. She was a member of The Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church, Milwaukie, Ore. Survivors include sons: Wessell, Ellinwood; Carl, Chase; daughters: Mrs. Antje Dobrinski and Mrs. James McQuil- liam, Portland; Mrs. John Honnen, Morro Bay, Calif.; Mrs. Martin Juergensen, Miami; brothers: Onno Soeken, Claflin; William Soeken and John Soek en, Holyrood; sisters: Mrs. Charles Heitschmidt, Holyrood; Mrs. Emil Kluckenberg, Great Bend; Mrs. Madgeline Lind, San Diego; Mrs. Katie Swiet- hole, Sylvia; 18 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Friday in the Trinity Lutheran Church, Great Bend; Rev. Charles Roluffs. Burial will be in Hill Crest Cemetery, Great Bend. Friends may call from 3 p .m. to 10 p.m. Thursday at Elliott Chapel, Hutchinson. The family suggests memorials to the church of their choice. Livestock Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) — Cattle 800; calves 100; supply mostly feeders and cows for the 9 am auction; cows strong to fully 50 higher; feeders fully steady; cows high cutter, utility and commercial 20.50-22.50; few 22.80:23.20; feeder steers and steer calves high good and low choice 250-300 lb 39.00-41.00; 300-400 lb 37.00-39.00; feeder heifers and heifer calves choice 275-400 lb 34.50-37.50 ; 400-600 lb 32.00-34.5. Hogs 3,500; barrows and gilts fully 50 higher, instances 75 up; 1-2 220-235 lb 21.00; 1-3 200-260 lb 20.50-75; sows strong to 25 higher; 1-3 320-400 lb 16.75-17.50. Sheep 200; lambs and ewes steady; lambs prime shorn with fall shorn pelts 27.50; wooled 27.00; choice 26.00-50; good and low choice 24.50-26.00; cull to good ewes 3.50-5.50. Estimates for Tomorrow: cattle 1,800; calves 150; hogs 3,500; sheep 200. WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Cattle MO; steers and heifers 25-59 lower; cows steady to strong, instances 50 higher; steers choice few high good 31.60; choice end of good 31.2550; heifers choice, few good 30.05-35; choice, end of good 29.90-31.10; mixed good and low choice 29.40-70 ;cows utility and commercial 20.00-23.40; . high dressing to 24.60, Hogs 1,500; barrows and gilts 50 higher or 25 higher than Friday; 1-3 200-240 lb 20.00-50; sows steady, 1-3 300 lb 17.00-25; 300-400 lb 16.25-17.25 ; 2-3 400-50 lb 15.75-16.5; 2-3 500-600 lb 15.50-16.00. Sheep 300; lambs and ewes steady with Monday or 50 higher than last week's close; wooled lambs choice and prime 26.00;' shorn lambs choice and prime No 1-2 pelts 26.50; ewes cull to good 3.00-5.00. DENVER (AP) - Hogs 650, barrows and gilts 25 to 50 higher; U. S. 1.2, 210-230, 20.75-21.25, U. S. 1-3, 200-240, 20.00-20.75; U. S. 2-4, 240-260, 19.00-20.25; SOWS . 75 higher, U. S. 1-3, 300-600, 14.74-16.25. Produce Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) Wholesale eggs: large, 10 per cent A 24-33; medium, BO per cent A 20-29. CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA) Butter: wholesale telling prices unchanged to V4 lower; 93 score AA 67.714; 92 A 67.784; 90 B unquoted. Eggs: Issued only on Wednesday and Friday. Stock Market Prices Gain NEW YORK (AP) - Stock market prices were moderately higher on a broad front today Trading was fairly active. The 2 p.m. Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was up 2.77 at 894.71. Advances on the New York Stock Exchange led declines by nearly 2 to 1. Gains were posted by motors, farm implements, aircraft, airlines, and glamour stocks. All other groups were mixed. NEW YORK (AP) — Latest stock prices: Last Net Chg Admiral 17Vj U Vi Allied Ch 33V. Allis Ch 13 Alcoa 47V4 Am Alrl 39 *e Am Cyan .—34 Am Motors B- Am T&T 45 Ampex Cp 15«> Anaconda 14V« Atl Rich 68% Avco Cp 17 Beat Fds 41 >/• Beech A 16 Beth Stl 27 Boeing 17 Celanese 78 Cessna A 24'/z Chrysler 31H Cities Svc 46 '/2 CBS 46% Com Sat ..• 57 '/2 Cont Can 34 Cont Oil 31 Vi Cor GW 209 Curtlss Wr 12V* Dow Chm 73V4 Du Pont 153% East Kod 87 Echlln Mf 50V4 Emer El 72Vs Firestone 54'/« FMC Cp ....... 29% Ford M 73 Gen Dynam ...21 Gen Elec 62 Vt Gen Mills 36 Gen Mot 843,4 G Tel El 31V 8 Goodyr ' 32V '2 Grace '32 '/4 Greyhound 22 ] /i Gulf Oil 27V4 Halliburt 69 }4 Hercules 54 Homestake 23V* I B M 314'/i Int Harv 29Vi Int Pap 33Vz Kan GE 23Vi Kan P&L 27 Katy Ind 11 v, Kerr Mc 42 Kroger 30Vz Litton 2« B M'arcor . 31 Va Martin M 19% McDon D 29Vi Mid S Util 23'/o Minn MM 124% Mobil Oil 49V '4 Monsan * 51% Nabisco 52 Nat Gyp 23 No N Gas 47% Nort Simon 58 Okla GE 24'/e Okla N Gas 20Va Pan Am A 10 7 /» Panh EP 35Va Penn Cen 5% Penney JC 68V2 Phill Pet 30% Proc G 71% RCA 35% Reyn Met 17% Ryder Sys 63Vi Safeway 34 St Joe M 20% St Reg P 34% S A Fe Ind 33 Sears R 94% Sperry R 26% S O Cal 55V4 S O Ind 67% S O NJ 7iv 2 Texaco 31% Tvmken 43 7 /s Trans W A 35% Un Carbide .... 44 Un Elec 19% Uniroyal 20Va D % US Steel 30 Wn Union 44'<i u Vs Westg El 93'/. U Ha Woolworth ... 51% U % Trim Losses On Soybeans CHICAGO (AP) - Soybean prices dropped up to 3 cents a bushel before losses were trimmed near the close today on the Chicago Board of Trade. Com futures were about steady while wheat was up as much as 1 cent. Soybean prices declined with a growing feeling among traders that a government report due after the close would forecast a larger bean harvest than was predicted by a private analyst last week. Kansas City Wheat Dec Mar May Jul PC 1 .45V2 1.43V4 1.41% 1 .35% Open 1 .45V2 1 .43 '/4 1 .41% High 1 .46% 1 .43% 1 .41% Low '-45V4 1 .43 1 .41% Close 1 .46% 1 .43V2 1 .41% 1.36 Chicago Wheat Dec Mar May Jul PC 1.50 1.49 '/2 1 .47% 1 .37% Open 1.50% 1.49% 1 .48 1.38 High 1 .51% 1 .51% 1 .48% 1 .38% Low 1 .50 1.49% 1.47% 1.37% Close 1 .5T/2 1.51 1.48% 1 .38% Chicago Oats Dec Mar May PC 71 691/2 67% Close 70 ! , B 69 67 Chicago Corn Dec Mar May Jul PC 1.14% 1.194% 1.22% 1.24% Open 1.14% 1 .19% 1.22% 1 .24% High 1.15 1.19% 1.22% 1 .24% Low 1.14% 1.19V4 1.22V4 1 .24% Chicago Soybeans Nov Jan Mar PC 3.17% 3.20% 3.25 Close 3.17V4 3.19 '/4 3 .23V4 Chicago Eggs Oct Nov PC 30.80 35.40 Close 29.85 35.90 Grain Receipt WHEAT—Hutchinson, today 58; week ago 14; year ago 73. Wichita 16; K.C. 38; | Sallna 20; Ft. Worth 8. CORN—K.C. 64. KAFIR—Hutchinson 51; K.C. 123. Hutchinson Wheat Hutchinson Board of Trade closing wheat price 1 to 1 Va higher. Basis nom. Vi to 1 higher. Demand good. Cash Sales (K.C. Basis) No sales. KANSAS CITY (AP) — Wheat 38 cars: unchanged l'i higher; No. 2 hard 1.55%- 1.68%n; No. 3 1 .53 %-1.67%n; No. 2 red wheat 1.49%-1.51%n; No. 3 1.47%-1.50%n. Corn 64 cars: Unchanged to % higher; No. 2 white 1.14%; No. 3 1.00-1.16; No. 2 yellow 1.13 '/4 -1.15 '/4; No. 3 1.10%-1.12%. Oats none: nominally unchanged. No. 2 white 66-75; No. 3 61-74. No. 2 milo 1.78. No. 2 rye .98. No. 2 barley 1.08-1.16. No. 1 soybeans 3 .00-3.13%. Sacked bran 42.50-43.25. Sacked shorts 43 .50-44.25. Page 2 The Hutchinson News Tuesday, October 12,1171 ews Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) — Tuesday: High Low Close WHEAT Dec 1.51% 1.50 1.51% Mar 1.51% 1.49% 1.50% May 1.47% 1.47% 1.48% Jul 1.38% 1.37% 1.38 Sep 1.39% CORN Dec Mar May Jul Sep Dec Mar .... .... .... OATS V Dec .71 .70% .70?i) Mar .69% .68% .69 May .67% .67 .67 Jul .65% .64% .64% Sep .66 .65% .65% 1.15% 1.14% 1.14% 1.19% 1.19V4 1.19% 1.22% 1.22 '/4 1.221/j 1.24% 1.24% 1.24% 1.25V4 1.25 1.25 '/4 1.24% 1.24% 1.24% 1.29 1.29 1.29 SOYBEANS Nov Jan Mar May Jul Aug Sep 3.17% 3.16 3.17 '/4 3.20% 3.18% 3.19V4 3.24% 3.22% 3.23% 3.28 3.25% 3.261 -4 3.29 3.26 3.27V4 3.23% 3.20% 3.22V4 3.09% 3.04% 3.05% 5% Local Stocks Open High Low 1 pm Cessna 24% 25% 24% 24% W. R. Grace 32% 32% 32 '/4 32% Frontier 5%" 5V4 5 Dillons 22% 23 23% 23 Interpaee 27% 27% 27% 271 /2 Morton-Norwich ... 24% 25 24% 25 Bid Asked Drummer Boy Va 1 Hesston 14% 15 Medicalodges 1 H Nat'l Inv. Co., Inc 2V4 2% Amer. Inv. Life Ins 7% 8% Cattle-Hog Markets Chicago Cattle Oct Dec Feb 32 .37 32.02 31.95 32.42 32.12 32.02 PC Close Chicago Hog Futures Oct Dec PC 20 .57 21.25 Close 21.25 21.52 Pork Bellies Feb Mar PC 32.77 32.55 Close 32.50 J2.40 The Hutchinson News MO 2-3311 The Associated Press 11 entitled to the use by reproduction of all local news, printed In the newspapa. as well.as all AP Ne«s dispatches. Published daily ana Sunday at 300 West Second Hutchinson, Kan>ss 6750) Stuart Awbrey . Editor and Publisher Richard D. Popp John G. Harris Advertising Director Production Manager Department Heads News: R. E. Coldren, managing editor, Wayne Lee, associate editor. James Hitch, news editor. Rich Lovett, night editor. Millie Hurlahe, weekend ttdltor. Circulation: Dennis Smith, manager, Clarence Eales, - mailing room foreman. Advertising: Louise Fooshee, classified manager. Business: James Drake, manager. Art Fabrizlus, office manager. Production: Robert Nlcklln, Ray Gordon, composing room foreman. R. C. Robinson, D. E. Mangels, press room foremen. N W . MEMSEk OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION Single copy 10c, Sunday 20c Rural Mall in state of Kansas, one yaar 127.111 six months 114.94; one month 12.51. Elsewhere by mall, ena year 130.00; six months SloJJO; one month 13.00. Price Includes postage and applicable sales tax. Second class postage paid at Hutchinson, Kansas 47J01. Briefs To Head Phillips BARTLE^VILLE, Okla. (AP) — W. F. Martin was named president of Phillips Petroleum Co. Monday in one of several management changes for the oil and gas company. Dies in Fire WICHITA, Kan. (AP) - An apartment house fire resulted in the death early today of Florence Stevens, 78. Fire Department spokesmen said the blaze was discovered around 11:30 Monday night by passersby who alerted residents and called for help. The death was the ninth attributed to fire in Wichita in 1971. Turkey Reassured ANKARA (AP) - Vice President Spiro T. Agnew has assured Turkey's leaders that the United States is committed to aid their nation and to maintain the North Alantic Treaty Organization. He dismissed suggestions of unilateral U.S. troops withdrawals from Europe as "very careless talk." Hit Reactor Safety BOSTON (AP) - A group of Massachusetts scientists which charged last summer that emergency safety system in nuclear reactors were unreliable urged Monday that the Atomic Energy Commission be stripped of its power to set safety standards. Jackson Backs Byrd WASHINGTON (AP) - Sen. Henry Jackson says he would vote to confirm Sen. Robert C. Byrd, D-W.Va., if he is nominated for the Supreme Court. Jackson's statement at a news conference Monday in Tampa, Fla., came after two other Democratic presidential hopefuls, Sens. George McGovern and Fred Harris, asked that President Nixon nominate someone else for the court. Cut Off Shipping? SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - A court order has cargo moving in West Coast ports. But long­ shore leader Harry Bridges says he's seeking an alliance with striking East and Gulf Coast dock workers that would cut off virtually all American shipping commerce when the "cooling-off" period ends. Start Sea Talks MOSCOW (AP) - The United States and the Soviet Union began negotiations today to prevent dangerous harassment and accidents between their naval forces. New Prison Policy NEW YORK (AP) - The city of New York has adopted a policy of moving in immediately without negotiating with prisoners in the event of prison insurrection. "As much force as necessary," barring firearms, would be used to restore order under the policy. Local Markets "TRUCK WHEAT—1.29 BRAN—2.7S SHORTS—2.80 WICHITA TRUCK WHEAT-1.30 •Board of Trade quotation, not necessarily elevator price. Print your Graffiti on a post card and send it to Bill Leary, c/o this paper, and if selected, it will appear in his Sunday GRAFFITI;

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