The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on March 1, 1978 · Page 11
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Buyers stem slide NEW YORK (UPI) - Prices, in lower ground at the start, showed some improvement after more than three hours of trading Wednesday. Turnover on the New York Stock Exchange was moderate. Some bargain hunting appeared to help stem the market slide. The New York Stock Exchange common stock index was off 0.07 to 48.36. The average price of a share was down three cents. At 1:50 p.m. Wednesday, the Dow Jones stood at 745.84, up 3.72. New York Stock Exchange 9:45 a.m. quotations Provided by A. G. Edwards Co. ADM Beech Air Dillons Federal Mogul Corp Hesston Ramada Inns Santa Fe Ind United Telecom OVER THE COUNTER Graves Truck Duckwalls Coleman Am Butler Mfg El Dorado 14 283/4 NT 2246 NT 41/3 333/4 1"* BID ASK .1214 13 '/a ..12 13 .. l'/4 Hi ..19*4 20'/a . 1 I'/a Metals NEW YORK tUPI) - Foreign and domestic gold prices Wednesday: London Morning fixing 183.80 up 1.55. Afternoon fixing 182.50 up 025. Paris (free marketl 194.63 up 2.36. Frankfurt 184,64 up 1.66. Zurich 182 625 up 1.00 New York Handy and Harman, 182 85 up 0.60. Engelhard, base price for refining settling and un- fabricated gold 163.00 up 0.25 per troy ounce. Selling price, fabricated gold 187.58 up 0.26 per troy ounce. Declines led advances, 712 to 436, among the 1,687 issues making the tape. Three-hour NYSE turnover amounted to around 11,500,000 shares against 11,250,000 shares traded in the first three hours Tuesday. Leading the active list in NYSE trading was Allegheny Power, off VB to 18'/ 2 . A 100,000-share block of the issue moved at the same price. Livestock OMAHA (UPI) — Livestock: Hogs 2,500; butchers 50 lower; No 1-3 200-240 Ib 46.50-47.00, 180-200 Ib 45.00-46.50, 240-260 Ib 46.00-46.50; No 2-4 260-275 Ib 45.25-46.00; No 3-4 290-330 Ib 43.0044.00, sows 25-50 lower; 300-625 Ib 40.50-42.00. Cattle 3,500; steers and heifers firm to 25 higher, instances 50 higher; cows steady; 4 loads and part loads choice and prime 1150-1225 Ib steers 47.50; choice 975-1275 Ib 46.00-47.00; mixed good and choice 44.75-45.75, some 46.00 with end good, some mostly choice but very muddy 45.25-45.50; 3 loads choice and prime 975-1075 Ib heifers 45.00; choice 875-1050 Ib 43.00-44.50; mixed good and choice 42.00-43.50; utility and commercial cows 30.00-32.00; canner and cutter 26.50-30.50. Sheep 75, limited offering wooled slaughter lambs steady; slaughter ewes absent; choice tew prime 105112 Ib wooled lambs 69.00. Thursday estimates: cattle 800, hogs 3,000, sheep none. DODGE CITY, Kan. (UPI) — Trading continues fairly active on steers, rather slow on heifers; slaughter steers and heifers steady; Inquiry and demand good, sales confirmed on 5300 slaughter steers and 1600 slaughter heifers late Tuesday and early Wednesday. Slaughter steers choice 2-4, mostly 3 1040-1150 10 45.50-46.00; choice with end good 1025-1125 Ib 44.7545.50, few mixed good and choice 1025-1200 Ib 42.5043.75; few mixed good and choice 1050-1200 Ib hoi- steins 40.50-40.75; slaughter heifers few choice 2-4, mostly 3 935-950 Ib 43.00-43.50; choice with end good 875-950 41.75-42.50; few mixed commercial to choice 975-1100 Ib 40.25-41.50. CHICAGO LIVE BEEF CATTLE SUPPLIED BY ANSPACHER ASSOC. PREV. OPEN HIGH LOW CLOSE CLOSE ^^-•^^XW^'Sy 1 .;-': f0dqy s Cash grain CHICAGO tUPI) - Cash grain: Wheat oft 4; No 2 soil red 2.59ViN Corn unch; No 2 yellow 2.23*4N. Oats unch; No 2 extra heavy white 1.35N. Soybeans off 2, No I yellow S.I94iiN; Chicago high rate. Barley malting I.90-2.30N; feed I.OO-I.40N. Wagon grain prices Salina, Wednesday Milling wheat-J2.31 up 5c Corn—$1.89 up 2c Milo—$300up5c Soybeans—S5.45 up 25c Apr June Aug Oct LIVE HOGS Apr June July Aug PORK BELL Mar May July Aug EGGS Mar Apr POTATOES Apr May 46.50 46.60 46.60 46.15 44.25 46.00 45.85 43.00 IES 71.30 71.80 71.75 69.30 45.90 43.45 3.85 4.35 46.65 46.80 46.80 46.42 44.80 46.50 46.55 43.65 72.80 73.55 73.52 71.25 46.75 43.70 3.93 4.45 46.22 46.32 46.35 46.10 43.85 45.50 45.65 42.75 70.85 71.55 71.75 69.30 45.90 43.25 3.85 4.34 46.52 46.67 46.65 46.32 44.80 46.42 46.52 43.55 72.80 73.55 73.52 71.25 46.85 43.60 3.91 4.45 46.10 46.32 46.25 46.00 44.07 45.75 45.65 42.80 70.80 71.55 71.52 69.25 45.80 43.25 3.84 4.35 Latest market report NEW YORK (UPI) — Selected stocks on the New York Stock Exchange. Sales Net P-E (hds) Last Chg A A Adrsgr .05d 342 16*6+ Vt AetnaLt 2.20 4 514 34*6+ '/a AlcanAI 1.40 4 200 2246+ VB AllgLud 1.28 7 14 18V4- Vs AlliedChm 2 7 157 35'/s- VB Allis Ch 1.30 4 67 2446+ Va Alcoa 1.80 7 89 39VB+ 46 AMAX 1.75 20 145 33 — Vt AmrdH .80g 5 106 23V4 Am Airlines 4 956 946 ABrand 3.50 8 37 44V4+ Vt Am Brd 1.40 6 329 p37 + Va Am Can 2.50 6 129 35'/a— VB AmCyan l'/a 8 268 23*6— VB AEIPwr 2.12 9 456 22'/a- VB A Home 1.30 14 1178 26Va- Vt Am Motors 43 209 4'/4+ VB AmNaR 2.80 7 42 3946+ VB Am Stand 2 6 46 34Vs— Vt AmT&T 4.60 9 1647 x59ft- Vt AMF In 1.24 8 609 16% ArmcoS 1.80 7 94 26'/a+ VB ArmsCork 1 10 52 15>/a+ Vt AtlRchf 2.40 8 741 433/4- 46 B B BabWII IVia 11 81 573/4-1 BangorP .50 5 41 19%+ Va Beat Fds .96 10 819 223/4- Ve Beckmn .44 13 99 29ft- Vt Bell Hwl .84 9 83 18</4+ Vt Bendlx 2.28 7 118 35 - Ve Beth Steel 1 416 u20Va + VB Black&D .60 11 189 15+46 Boeing 1.20a 8 1558 32 + Va BolSeCa 1.25 6 334 23V4- Ve Borden 1.56 7 301 29V4- Vt Borg W 1.80 5 95 26VB- Vt Bost Ed 2.44 11 542 23V.-146 Brlggs Str 1 10 31 25—46 BrisMy 1.10 11 535 29 + Vt BritPet ,35b 11 1827 )3'/a- '/a Brunswk .70 7 223 p!4 Bucyrus .80 7 104 p!6'/a- Va Budd Co 3 5 137 32V4- 46 BunkrR .12d 7 41 1)3/4- Va Burl No 1.60 6 111 37 + *6 Burrgh 1.40 11 634 603/4+ IVa C C Camp S 1.60 10 45 32'/s CanPac .97b 5 410 15 - Vt CarrlerC .80 6 183 1546- Ve CatplTr 1.80 10 379 49Va+ Vt CBS 2.40 7 620 44 + Vt Celanse 2.80 8 33 36Vi+ Vt Certn Td .80 6 49 18'/B- Va Cessna 1.44 7 91 303/4+ Va Champl 1.10 6 32 17>/4 ChmpSP .68 8 86 1046 ChaseM 2.20 7 174 28 + Vt ChemlNY 3 5 60 37V4- 46 Chessie 2.32 8 47 32*6+ VB Chrysler 1 5 1089 llvs- VB Cin Gas 1.84 8 71 g21'/4+ Vt Citicorp .1,06 7 911 193/4- VB Cities Srv 3 6 114 463/4- *6 City Inv .80 4 89 12'/4- Vt ClevEIC 1.84 7 48 20V] CocaCol 1.54 14 282 36Va+ Vt Colgate P 1 10 292 19'/e+ 'A Col Gas 2.34 8 37 28'/e CmwEd 2.40 9 432 27'/4 CommSat 2 10 48 u34*6+ Ve Congolm .60 6 41 20'/a+ 46 Con Ed 2.20 5 412 p223/« ConsuP 2.12 7 287 22*6+ Va ContlGr 2.20 7 111 c29'/a+ Ve ContlOM 1.40 8 283 2646 ControlD .15 7 124 24'/B+ *6 CornG 1.68a 9 271 45'/4 + Ve CPC Intl 2'/a B 36 44*6- Ve Crane 1.40g 4 13 27VB+ Vt CrownZ 1,90 7 185 29Vi- Vt CurtlssW .60 9 12 16'/a- Vt D D Dartlnd 1.60 8 286 36 - Va DayPLt 1.66 10 43 1746+ Vt Deere 1.30 5 332 u23*6+ Vt DetEdls 1.52 8 154 u!6'/4 Dlebold .50 16 92 13V4+ Vi Dillon 1.20g 10 3 30Vi Disney ,32g 12 147 p32'/a+ Va DrPeppr .60 14 196 14Va+ Vt Dow Ch 1.20 71013 22Va Dresser .88 7 264 p36Vs- Vt Duke P 1.72 8 353 u20 DuPont 5a 9 337 99 +l'/4 DuqneL 1,72 10* 86 17ft— Vt — E e — Eastern Air 4 92 Wt EastK 1.60a 11 774 42*4+ 46 Eaton 2.25 6 61 33*6- Va ElPasC 1.10 7 375 p!4V« Ensrch 1.80 7 244 27'/a- Vt EthylCorp 1 4 15 19 + Vt Exxon 3.20 8 1071 44Ve+ VB F F FalrCam .80 12 72 p25'/a+ 46 Ferro C 1.44 7 159 30 — ^Vt Flrstne 1.10 8 347 u!3'/a Fllntkot 1.20 6 26 20'/4 FlaPwr 2.48 6 67 30'/4- Vt FordMo 3.20 3 1850 p4246+ Vt Fr McK 1.10 10 IB 1746+ Vt FreptM 1.60 14 60 18'/J- Vt Fruehaut 2 5 vvW/a ' C G Gam Sk 1.40 11 8 28Vs+ Vt Gannett 1.40 14 21 35Vs- Vt Gen Dynam 4 96 39Va+ Vt On Elec 2.20 9 x566 44%+ Vt GnFood 1.64 8 253 26*6- Vt Gent Mills 1 10 402 27Vj— Vt Gen Motor 4 5 1512 58'/i+ Vt G PubU 1.76 8 50 1946 GTE 2 24 7 672 g28Va G Tire 1.30g 5 116 24'/e + Vt Ga Pacf Ig 9 755 23*6- '/a Gcrber 1.40 11 14 3046- It Getty 280a 10 154 ISIVa- Vt Gillette 1.50 9 153 25Va+ Ve Goodrih V32 5 65 1946 Goodyr 1.30 6 331 1556— Ve GraceW 1.80 7 100 24Va + Vt Gt A&P -05d 89 10 xB Gryhd 1.04a 7 54 12ft Grumman 1 4 29 16'/4+ Va Gulf Oil 1.90 6 263 24VB GI1S.WSI .66 6 163 UVa+ VB H H •HamPa 1.30 7 54 184s— 46 Hercules 1 10 249 13 - Vs HershF 1.20 7 20 2046— 46 Hewitt P .40 14 417 63ft- Ve HiltonH 1.10 10 110 27 - Vt Hoi Inns .46 9 137 15'A+ VB Homstak la 14 346 3146+ VB Honywl 1.90 7 198 44+46 Hoover 1.12 6 9 19V4- Vt Houstnl 2.12 7 Z7900 29'/4- VB HowardJ .36 9 901 13 + Ve 1 1 ICIndus 1.52 5 266 23*6- 46 Idaho P 2.16 12 28 25ft- Ve III Pwr 2.28 9 47 24*6- Vt INA Cp 2.30 5 589 34*8+ 46 tnco Ltd .80 11 477 u!4 + Vt Ing Rand 3 9 78 54'/4 + Vt InlndStl 2.60 8 126 33ft- Va Inspir Copp 31 2 16*6 1 B M 11.52 14 818 252</4 + l IntHarv 2.10 4 209 c27Va + Vt Intl Paper 2 7 481 353/4— 4s Intl T & T 2 6 577 27VB+ Vs Itek Corprtn 27 103 24Va— Vs J J Jantzen .80 10 6 14*6+ Ve JeffPllot .92 B 128 27Va JohnMv 1.80 B 91 30Vs+ Vs John Jn 1.70 16 385 67>/4+ Vt Joy Mfg IVi 9 59 313/4- Va K K KanC Sthn 2 5 10 39 KanGE 1.80 9 30 20Va- Vs KanPLt 1.86 7 37 203/4 Kencott .15d 97 391 21>/4 + l*6 KeMcG 1.25 9 276 4046+ Vt KimbCI 2.60 8 362 43V4- Ve K L M Airl 3 2 55ft K mart .56 11 586 24%- Vs Kraftln 2.60 8 331 43'/4- Vt Kroger 1.60 6 126 26Vs- Ve L L LearSieg .60 5 46 14Vs- Vs Lehmn ,52d 82 9'/s- VB L 0 F 2a 5 33 2646- Vt LlggGrp 2'/a 226 30 27Vs- 46 Litton 2'/ak 12 630 143/4+ Vs Lockheed 4 251 13Vj+ Vt LoewCp 1.20 3 123 34Va+ Vs LTV Corp 210 p5 3 /4 LuckyS .84g 9 187 p!346— VB LuknSII 1.80 6 2 28V4- Vt M M Macy l'/a 6 6 3546 Man Hn 2.0B 6 196 29'/4+ Vt MarMidl .80 7 258 11*6- Va MarshF 1.24 10 487 20Va + Ve MartiM 1.60 5 264 23 + Va May DS 1.16 6 340 21 Maytg 1.60a 11 16 27*6 McDonD .60 7 202 p23'A + Va MeadCorp 1 4 223 MVt- Ve Merck 1.70 14 181 53+46 M M 8,M 2 13 681 44ft- Vt Mobil C 4.20 6 387 59'A+ *6 Mohasco .90 9 40 14 + Vt Monsan 3.10 6 544 45'/a- Vt MorgnJ 2.20 8 472 40'/a+ Vt Motorola 1 10 110 35*6+ ** MtStTel 1.88 9 7 25ft+ Vt MrphCo 1 28 5 2 17Va N N Nabisco 2.76 10 147 48Va- '/a NatAlrln .50 IB 13 13*6- Ve NtlDistl 1.70 6 27 21Va+ Ve NtlGyp 1.20 7 27 15*6+ Ve NatSteel 2'/a 9 52 29*6- VB NCR Corp 1 8 545 c40'/4 + VB Nevada Pw 6 26 22Ve NiagMo 1.34 8 89 g14%- Vt NLIndu 1.20 8 X163 15ft NorfkW 1.84 8 62 25*8+ Ve NoNIGs 2.40 6 57 35Va+ VB Nw Bcp 1.04 7 47 21'/a+ VB NortonSI .76 7 625 17'/a 0 0 OccdPet l'/4 71374 2246+ VB Ohio Ed 1.76 9 989 18Ve- Vt OklaGE 1.54 9 22 g!8 + Vt OutbdMl.4010 25 19Va+ Va OwnCF 1.20 8 68 59ft+ Ve P P PacG E 2.16 8 315 24V.+ Vt Pac Ltg 1.80 7 24 p!9ft Pac T T 1.40 7 24 16*6- VB Pan Am Air 5 201 4'/B+ Vt Panhn 2.60 7 52 40 Penney 1.4B 9 197 p33'A- Ve PennPL 1.92 7 59 X2246+ Vt Pennzoll 2 8 227 x284e- 46 Peopl G 2.BO 7 227 32% PepsiCo .90 12 842 243/4+ Vt Pfizer 1 1.08 10 291 26 + Vt Phelps D .60 25 111 18 - % PhllaEI 1.80 13 190 18 '/a Phil Mo 2.05 10 195 57+H PhllPet 1.20 8 891 u28Vs+ Vs Plllsbry 1.28 10 232 36Vt- Vt Polaroid .80 8 254 23ft+ Va PPG Ind 1.60 8z8500x23*6- 46 PrOCGa 2.60 13 276 77VB+ % PuSCol 1.46 10 194 16'/.- >/« PSE8.G 1.96 8 134 21*6 PurexC 1.08 8 11 16'/8- V6 Purlatr 1.20 13 52 20Vs 0 Q R R Ralston .50 10 248 14 + Va Rapid Amer 6 189 7Vs+ Vt RCA Cp 1.20 7 406 24VB+ Ve Rep Stl 1.60 9 81 223/4 Revlon 1.10 12 234 39Va+ W Key Ind 3.50 6 144 5446+ Vt Reyn Mt IVa 6 532 p25Vj+ VB RoChG 1.40g 8 78 18Ve- Vt Rockwll 2.20 7 102 30V4+ Vt RohmH 1.28 9 102 29Va RoyalCron 1 8 141 18Vj— Vt RoylD 4.26b 5 770 57V6+ Vt S S SafwStr 2.20 9 102 35Vj StRegis 1.72 8 240 U263/4- Vt Scherng 1.12 9 176 26Va+ Vt SCM Corp 1 4 27 1646- 1 Ve ScottPap .76 5 148 Cl2ft Seagram .92 9 22 21 Sears I.l2a 9 1051 2446+ VB ShellOil 1.80 6 44 294s+ Ve SignalC 1.36 6 157 28Va SingerCo .60 4 88 183/4 Smithkl 1.32 16 471 48*6 SoCIEd 2.24 6 383 253,4- VB SouthCo 1.54 8 680 !6Va SoPacif 2.40 7 114 31*6- Vt So Rail 2.60 7 237 g46 - Vt SpRand 1.12 7 336 32ft+ Vt SquarD 1.40 9 48 23'/s+ Vt St Brnd 1.28 9 366 23 StdOCal 2.40 6 306 37% StOIInd 2.80 7 308 44ft+ *6 StOilOh 1.36 14 593 60*6+ 46 SterlDrg .70 9 249 13'/4 StewWn 2.10 7 2 31 StudeWrth 2 5 271 50 + Va Sun Co 2.52 5 90 36'A+ Vs Sup Oil 2.20 17 53 267Va+2'/3 T T Teldyne 101 5 223 74ft+1*6 Tenneco 2 7 859 28'/a- Vt Texaco 2 7 887 25*6+ Va TexECp 2.10 8 240 X40 - >/a Texlnst 1.68 12 715 623/«+l'A TexUtil 1.52 B 155 20'/s Textron 1.60 6 780 2346+ 46 Timkn 2.20a 7 55 42 TraneC1.36 7 23 32Ve- '/s Transam .80 5 363 p!3'A + Vt Trans W Air 3 488 12ft+ Vt TrICon 1.21d 97 18Va- Va TRW In 1.80 7 279 31Va + 46 U U UAL Inc .80 5 235 2046+ Vt UnCarb 2.80 6 617 38Va+ Va UnOCal 2.20 6 62 4B'/4— Ve Union Pac 2 9 365 42V4+ 46 Uniroyal'.SO 7 97 7*6- Ve US Gyp 1.60 6 95 g21Va USSteel 1.60 16 787 u26>A+ 46 US Tob 1.60 10 6 273/4 Utd Techn 2 6 296 3446+ Va Uplohn 1.20 11 101 C32% V V VarianA .40 10 29 16 3 /4+ Ve Va Elec 1.24 7 266 13*6 W W Walgrn 1,10 7 26 17'A- Ve WarnLa 1.10 11 243 26 + Ve Wa Wat 1.84 10 16 22'/4- Vt WsBanc 1.70 6 129 p29ft+ Vt WUnlon 1.40 7 50 x!6 - Vs Westh El .97 6 292 g!7Va+ Ve WhlgPitt Stl 1 9Vs+ Ve Whlpool 1.20 7 102 20ft- Vs Whit Cn 1.20 5 23 20'/B White Motor 3 112 7 Wlckes .80 6 31 plSVe WlnnDx 1.68 10 73 34*8 Woolwh 1.40 7 149 173/4 XYZ Xerox Cp 2 8 66B 4Pi+ 3/4 ZaleCorp .92 6 3 14'/ 8 Zayre Corp 4 3B 8ft- Vt ZenlthRad 1 32 369 123/4 FOOTNOTES Composite tables Include trades from eight markets Identified by last price Indicators for markets other than NYSE as: a-Amex; b-Boston; c-Cln- clnnatl; g-NASD; k-lnstinet; n- NYSE (Amex list only); p-Pa- clfic; x-Phlladelphla. Instlnet is block trading system used by Institutions, (z) All sales In full. DIVIDENDS: Are annual unless otherwise Identified: (a) plus extra; (b) paid last year; (c) payment on accumulated dividends; (d) paid so far this year, no regular rate; (e) cash plus stock paid In 1978; (f) cash plus stock paid In 1977; (g) annual rate plus stock dividend; (h) paid this year-latest dividend omitted; (1) percent In stock paid in 1978; (I) percent of stock paid In 1978-latest dividend omitted; tk) percent in stock paid In 1977; Ig) In bankruptcy-receivership or reorganization; (s) capital distribution; (x) ex-dividend; (wl) when Issued; (wt) warrants. SALES: In hundreds (00) omitted except for those designated (z) which are traded In 10-share lots and carried In full. P-E ratio: The price of a stock as a multiple of per-share earnings— derived by dividing the latest 12-month earnings figure Into last sale price. Hospital Admissions St. John's — Mrs. Nona Barrett, 763 Osage; Lloyd Basye, 345 N. Penn.; Mrs. Mary Broadway, 424 Charles; Wyman Hobson, 2039 Raymond; Lavern Kopf, 216 Iowa; Charles Lewis, 1421 Dover Circle; Mrs. Chester Shellman, 111 N. Wisconsin; Rosetta Walters, 653 S. 2nd; Harold Carlson, Junction City; Mrs. Melvin DeMars, Concordia; Herman Eisenhauer, Bennington; Jack Foster, Jennings; Vicky Nesbitt, Moundridge; David Perry, Minneapolis; Mrs. Bessie Smith, Minneapolis; Mrs. Paul Taylor, Chapman. Asbury — Mrs. Stephen Wright, 2007 Haskett; Ray Winters, Salina RFD 5; Ralph Steiner, 438 S. 8th; Lenore Snyder, 1015 S. Santa Fe; Mrs. James Smith, 1207 N. 7th; Tracy Robey, 155 S. 10th; Clinton Peters, 624 W. Elm; Mrs. Howard Neff, 507 S. 12th; Mrs. Joseph Martin, 1035 N. Santa Fe; Mrs. Glenn Gathers, 745 Willow Dr.; Mrs. Chris Broadrick, 810 W. South; Timothy Boatman, 905 Garden; Mrs. Lynn Zierlein, Smith Center; Mrs. Tracy Womochil, Enterprise; Roy Willis, Solomon; Mrs. William Voss, Stockton; Philip Thomas, Woodston; Clifton Storer, Osborne; Mrs. Willard Smith, Minneapolis; Mrs. Gary Plunkett, Minneapolis; Lyle Peterson, Marquette; Mont Norman, Wilsey; Carl McArty, Solomon; Wilbert Kuh- Imann, Chester, Neb.; Mrs. Ray Dolton, Chapman; Wayne Davis, Almena; Mrs. Howard Bangerter, Hoisington. Hospital Dismissals St. John's — Vernon Brown, 213 N. Kansas; Sister Mary Paul Buser, Marymount College; David Campbell, 210 Irene; Julie Campbell, 210 Irene; Mrs. William Haist, 1100 N. llth ; Mrs. Merle Homman, 406 S. Indiana; Mrs. Dale Martinitz, 50 Fairdale Rd.; Mrs. Etta Poison, Kenwood View Nursing Home; Mrs. Floyd Richardson, 813 University Place; Julie Shively, 424 Purdue; Jerome Gunnerson, Assaria; Kelly Huber, Concordia; Mrs. Fred Klanke, New Cambria; Mrs. Charles Peters, Russell; Mrs. Azalee Richard, Herington; Barbara Scheibler, Bennington. Asbury — Mrs. Max McClintock, 435 Claremont; Mrs. Douglas Longbine, 644 S. 2nd; Darrell Kirchner, 1622 Elgin; Jason Keltch, 329 Maple; Clemens Haden, 523 N. llth; Mrs. Donald Eastep and baby girl, 1421 Pershing; Mrs. Charles DeWitt, 740 Hancock; Gordon Boone, 430 W., Crawford; David Nely, Herington; August Mayer, Gypsum; Kerry Lorson, Hope; Reinhart Herbel, Dor- ranee. Births Asbury Girl: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Base, 413 Missouri, 9 Ibs., 13ozs., Feb. 28. Boys: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Martin, 1035 N. Santa Fe, 8 Ibs., lO'/zozs.. Feb. 28. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Neff, 507 S. 12th, 9 Ibs., l4ozs.,Feb. 28. Mr. and Mrs. James Smith. 1207 N. 7th, 9 Ibs., 15ozs., Feb. 28. District Court Sentenced — Clint C. Donaldson, 18, 542 Montrose, burglary, 1-10 years. Patrichia A. Maude, Wichita, reckless driving, $75. Richard E. Wasson, 2316 S. Ohio, driving while intoxicated, $100, license restricted. Evan L. Wendt, Herington, driving while intoxicated, $100, license restricted. Civil filing — Danny Wilkerson and Linda Wilkerson vs. Philadelphia and National Trade Inc. aka PANTI, plaintiffs seek return of $6,950 paid for exclusive pantyhose vending franchise claiming misrepresentation by defendant, plus $2,000 civil penalty for each violation of Kansas Consumer Protection Act. Municipal court Andrew Perez, 1302 E. Wayne, driving while intoxicated, $100, license restricted one year; failure to report accident, $25; Monte Ray Handle, 1645 N. 9th, driving while intoxicated, $150, license restricted one year; Gerald R. Leonhart, 802 Gypsum, reckless driving, $200; Robert D. Gaddis, 108 E. Prescott, reckless driving, $200. Divorces Filed — Thomas P. vs. Marva L. Easter; LaVaun E. Becker vs. Larry D. Hulse; Sandra P. vs. Terry R. Watkins. Dismissed (by court for lack of prosecution; some cases may have been decided under different filings) — Joan vs. Billy R. Daniels; Geraldine M. vs. Hobart A. Gagna; Diana L. vs. Calvin Lee Hagen; Charlotte L. vs. Gary L. Hinkley; Robert W. vs. Pamela K. Lepping; Jimmy R. vs. Donnis D. Lynn; Patricia A. vs. Dudley F. McHone; Edr- agene Estelle vs. Dale Jerome Ringquist; Terrie D. vs. Robert F. Rogers Jr.; Faye M. vs. Wilmer L. Souers; Sharon A. vs. William W. Wernecke. Separate Maintenance Dismissed (by court for lack of prosecution) — Sarah F. vs. Daniel V. Rice. Marriage Licenses Henry T. Dowen Jr., 36, and Kendalynn K. Dyke, 26, both of Salina; Donald James Cleveland, 35, and Rosemary Margaret Williams, 32, both of Salina; James S. Taylor, 32, and Michelle Davenport, 24, both of Salina. William A. Whelan, 24, and Janet L. Clark, 18, both of Salina; Leonard E. Johnson, 38, and Laura Mae Frump, 26, both of Salina. Salina firemen stand guard over Larson Lumber Co. truck which flipped on its side Wednesday as it turned from Crawford Street Leaning lumber onto Westport Blvd. Mishap apparently was caused when its load of lumber shifted. Although gasoline from the truck's fuel tanks poured onto the street, n£»; fire resulted. The driver escaped^; unhurt. (Journal Photo) 'X MRS. JOHN WILLEY Sr. SOLOMON — The funeral for Mrs. Anna Willey, 89, Solomon, will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at the United Methodist Church here, the Rev. Russell Calcote officiating. Burial will be in Prairie Mound Cemetery, Solomon. Mrs. Willey died Tuesday at St. John's Hospital, Salina. She was born July 26,1888, in Saline County and was a lifetime resident of this area. She was a member of Solomon's United Methodist Church. Her husband preceded her in death. Surviving are two sons, John Jr., Solomon, and Ralph, Chapman; two daughters, Mrs. Laveda Janssen, Solomon, and Lavera Willey, Kansas City, Mo.; a sister, Mrs. Clara Haddock, Solomon; four grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Friends may call from 7 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at the Carlson Funeral Home, Solomon. The family suggests memorials to the Solomon Library Book Fund. MRS. SELMA E. HOOVER CONCORDIA — The funeral for Mrs. Selma E. Hoover, 81, Concordia, will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Chaput- Buoy Funeral Home, Concordia, Dr. David Seward officiating. Burial will be in Pleasant Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Hoover died Tuesday morning at St. Joseph Hospital here. She was born April 2, 1896, at Strong City. She was a teacher in Chase County and moved to Concordia from Strong City in 1936. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Jerome K. Johnson, Ames; five sisters, Mrs. Bertha Foreman, Sophia Fritze, Theodora Fritze, Emma Lou Fritze and Mrs. Marguerite Lawless, all of Wichita; a brother, Harold Fritze, Wichita, and four grandchildren. Friends home. may call at the I funeral •f*! INFANT PTACEK CULVER — A graveside service the infant daughter of Mr. and Steven J. Ptacek, Culver Rt. 1, Tuesday afternoon at Highland Cerag'. tery, Minneapolis, the Rev. Ralph 4JJ Aschenbrenner officiating. '.I-*'. The baby was stillborn Tuesday lat Asbury Hospital, Salina. .!>: Surviving, besides the parents, arejn' brother, Christopher, and a Michelle; grandparents Mr. and Al Ptacek, Minneapolis, and Mr. Mrs. Carl Gruber, Bennington, great-grandparents Frank C. Liberal, and Nels Johnson Sr., MJin, neapolis. ;;•£ The Geisendorf Rush Smith Funeral Home, Salina, was in charge. " ;*.£ • '.I!*' sister; Wreck victims still in hospital Two rural Salina men were in satisfactory condition at Asbury Hospital Wednesday afternoon, recovering from injuries suffered when their car went off old US-81 and overturned Tuesday four miles south of Salina. Ray Winters, 23, Salina Rt. 5, remained in the intensive care unit for treatment of back and chest injuries. Tracy Robey, Salina Rt. 2, was hospitalized for observation of head injuries. MRS. MARGARET M. MADISON WICHITA - The funeral for Mrs. Margaret M. Madison, 60, Wichita, will be at 9:30 a.m. Friday at the Flanagan- Hunt Mortuary here, the Rev. Cal Ross officiating. A graveside service will be at 3:30 p.m. Friday at the Fowler, Kan., Cemetery. Mrs. Madison died Tuesday at St. Francis Hospital, Wichita. She was born March 21,1917, at Fowler. She was a private duty registered nurse in Wichita. Surviving are her mother, Mrs. Margaret M. Winn, Wichita, and a brother, Malvin Winn Jr., Salina. LINDELL GEIMAN LINDSBORG — The funeral for Lindell Geiman, 70, Lindsborg, will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Trinity United Methodist Church here, the Rev. Sam Leonard officiating. Burial will be in McPherson Cemetery. Mr. Geiman died Tuesday at Lindsborg Community Hospital. He was born Oct. 22, 1907, in Windom, where he lived most of his life. He was a retired farmer and a member of the Methodist Church. He moved to Lindsborg in 1974. Surviving are his wife, Evaline; three sons, Bob, McPherson; Dean, Marquette, and Gene, Lindsborg; two brothers, Clement and Roy, both of McPherson; two sisters, Mrs. Lucille Myers, Windom, and Mrs. Mildred Stout, Reseda, Calif., and eight grandchildren. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at the Anderson Funeral Home, Lindsborg. The family suggests memorials to the Lindsborg Methodist Church, the United Methodist Church in Windom or the Lindsborg hospital. MRS. MARSHALL L. SLADE The funeral for Mrs. Feme Henry Slade, 63, Hays, will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at Christ Episcopal Cathedral, Salina, the Rev. Richard Moses, Hays, officiating. Burial will be in Roselawn Memorial Park, Salina. Mrs. Slade died Monday evening at Stormont-Vail Hospital, Topeka, of an apparent heart attack. She was born Oct. 2, 1914, at Tracy, Mo. She and her husband had been co-owners of the Hays Floral Shop the last 28 years, moving there from Colorado Springs. She was a member of St. Michael's Episcopal Church of Hays, the Kansas Watercolor Society and Chapter GS of PEO Sisterhood. Mrs. Slade was well-known for her painting and her work in art. She currently has a picture on display at the Statehouse in Topeka. Surviving, besides her husband, are her father, Albert Henry Sr., 240 S. Phillips, Salina; a brother, Albert R. Henry Jr., Topeka, and two sisters, Mrs. Donna White, 2226 Edgehill, Salina, and Mrs. Mildred Nelson, Topeka. The family suggests memorials to the Hays Arts Center. Friends may call at the Geisendorf Rush Smith Funeral Home until 9:30 a.m. Thursday. A group of Midwest investors, headed by former Salina judge Las Vegas investment ing Landmark Hotel and casino in Las Vegas. Lou Tick el, has bought the soar- T/cke/ to take direct hand in hotel operation Lou Tickel, 149 Seitz Drive, expects to be directly involved with the management and operation of the Landmark Hotel-Casino in Las Vegas. A group of Midwestern investors, headed by Tickel and Mrs. Zula Wolfram, Toledo, Ohio, bought the financially-troubled Landmark for $12.5 million from Howard Hughes' Summa Corp. Tickel, who put up more money than the other investors, said the group planned to expand the current 30-story, 486-room structure by adding a 750- room tower to the Landmark within two years. The sale is expected to be closed by the end of March, but it will take the group several months to receive the necessary gambling license. Tickel said the group will be applying for the casino license immediately. Tickel, magistrate judge in Salina in the 1960s, also built and operated the Ramada Inn here until selling it a few years ago and more recently owned several hotels in Denver, which also were sold. This is his first venture into the Las Vegas hotel and casino business. The Landmark, a needle-shaped structure, was bought by Hughes in 1967 and has had financial problems since. Earlier in February, the Summa Corp. announced the hotel had been sold to Frank Scott, a Las Vegas hotel owner, but the sale was rejected by a judge monitoring activities of the Hughes estate because higher offers were submitted. The offer made by Tickel and his group was the highest offer made, outbidding Japanese and Arab interests in addition to others, and the judge's approval is not required.

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