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Market struggles to counter selloff I NEW YORK (UPI) - The stock : market was struggling higher Monday : afternoon despite the pressure of profit ""taking from the spring-summer rally. v< Trading was sluggish. : >The Dow Jones industrial average, : down more than 4 points at the outset I n following Friday's 8.02-point setback, :"wai up 3.50 points to 921.58 around : noon CDT. It lost 5.89 points overall "last week. v At 1:30 p.m. Monday the Dow Jones stood at 9B.10, up 4.01. Advances led declines 675-639 among the 1,763 issues crossing the New York Stock Exchange tape. Analysts said there was little in the news background to influence the market in either direction. The Labor Department said nonfarm industrial production fell 4.1 percent in the second- quarter, the largest quarterly decline In six years. . Observers said that report added support to the argument that the worst of-the recession hit in the second period. The government's report on its CHICAGO LIVE BEEF CATTLE SUPPLIED BY ANSPACHER & ASSOC. leading economic indicators Wednesday is expected to shed some light on the argument. Stock selling was a continuation of Friday's selloff. Brokers have been anticipating a retrenchment for weeks because of the market's torrid rally since mid-April. The Dow average rose 170 points in that period. Many institutions were glad to see prices drop because that would give them a chance to get into the market at a reasonable price. Most observers believe the market's long-term course is up. The three-hour NYSE turnover amounted to about 20,660,000 shares, compared with 22,830,000 traded during the corresponding period Friday. Prices were mixed in moderate trading of American Stock Exchange issues. Wagon grain prices Sallna. Monday Hard wheat—$3.64 up 5< Corn—$2.87 up 2t Mllo—$4.65 up 5( Soybeans—$6.55 down up 20< OPEN Aug. Oct. Dec. Feb. LIVE HOGS Aug. Oct. Dec. Feb.. ' PORK BELLIES Aug. Feb Mar. . Mqy 74.00 71.30 71.65 72.70 42.90 41.85 45.25 48.10 42.52 57.40 57.40 57.75 HIGH 74.35 71.77 71.80 72.80 44.50 42.20 45.47 48.35 43.00 57.45 57.55 58.35 LOW 73.25 70.90 71.05 71.95 43.37 42.25 44.75 47.70 41.22 56.20 56.35 57.00 CLOSE 73.77 71.42 71.70 72.30 43.70 41.57 45.00 48.10 41.57 56.75 56.80 57.35 PREV. CLOSE 73.95 71.27 71.65 72.70 44.10 41.95 45.25 48.27 43.22 57.72 57.70 58.25 FEEDER CATTLE • Aug.' Sept. Oct. 79.90 79.10 79.40 80.45 80.02 80.15 79.50 78.55 78.55 80.35 79.35 79.20 78.95 78.85 78.87 ANR.. New York Stock Exchange 1 p.m. quotations Provided by A. G. Edwards Co. ..44% AT8T 52'/4 Baelng 38'/, Cessna 16'/« Comb. Eng 66 Dillons 17'/i Federal Mogul Corp 17'/« Ford Motor Co 25Vi General Motors 49% Hesston 7 KP8L 18% Phillips Petro 46'/« Raytheon. 80V. Westlnghouse 25 OVER THE COUNTER BID Butler Mfg ...................................... 22 Duckwalls ....................................... 13 El Dorado ASK 22'/i 13% 1% Stock prices as of noon Monday , NEW YORK (UPI) Selected stocks on the New York Stock Exchange. Sales Net P-E (hds) Last Chg. A A AetnoLf 2,12 5 1489 34Vi- % ' AlcanAI 1.40 5 665 31 + '/• AllgLud 1.40 5 62 32% + 1 1 /. Allied C 2,20 41 332 52V. + >/. AllisChlm 2 6 92 27'/i+ '/. Alcoa 3.20 4x232 67'/« + lV. AMAX 2.40 6 47) 51 '/.+ '/. AmerdaHs 2 5 938 63 '/. + !'/, AmAIrl .10h .. 320 8V4- V. ABrand 5.80 6 73 80'/<+ '/. AmBdc 1.60 5 218 29%+ % Am Can 2.90 6 101 31% + '/, A Cyan 1.60 91079 27%- '/, AEIPwr 2.22 8 424 19'/i- '/. A Home 1.70 11 527 b29'/, + % •AMotor .15h ..225 5 + % ANlRes 3.44 9 60 44%— % Am Stand 4 6 903 63%— '/. AmTelTel 5 71242 p52'/.-t- '/. .A M F 1.24 6 44 15'/i- % ArchOn .20g 10 244 32% + IV. Armco 1.50 6 191 30% ... ArmWI 1.10 6 164 x!7'/< ... Atl Richfeld 6 1530 46V>— V, • • B I BangorPn 1 3 41 22 - % BeotFd 1.30 8 820 p23% ... Beckmn .32 15 146 28 + % BellHowl .96 8 28 25V. + V. Bendlx 2.84 7 115 48% ... BelhStl 1.60 4 456 25 — % Black&D .76 8 364 19%— '/• Boeing 1.20 71555 38%+ V, BdlseCa 1.75 6 463 37 1 /.- '/< Borden 1.90 6 148 25%+ % .BorgWr 2.30 6 7 37%- % Best Ed 2.72 8 35 22 1 /.- V, -Briggi 1.28a 8 10 26%- % -BrisMy 1.60 12 445 44 + '/> B'ritPf 1.1 Id 3 96 u32%- % Brunswk .90 13 657 x!2%+ V. Bucyrus .88 8 273 20% ... Bunkclt 1.20 8 63 29%- '/. "Bur) Northn 6x294 p39tt+ V. _Burrflh 2.60 8 730 62% ... CompS 1.90 7 82 p29V. ... CdnPac .90d 5 26 g35Vi- Vi CatplTr 2.40 10 159 56%+ '/. C B S 2.80 7 21 x49W- V, Celanes 3.60 6 122 52%- % CertnTd .90 27 8 15%+ % Cessna .40 10 188 16'/.- '/• Champl 1.40 8 920 26%+ '/< ChmpSP .80 7 225 ulO ChaseM 2.80 16 x446 43%- V. ChmNY 3.48 4 16 41%- % Chessie 2.56 5x139 34 + % Chrysler Cp .. 258 7 + % Cin Gas 2.04 8 132 17 + '/. Citicorp 1.42 52413 b21%- % Cities Serv 6 750 34V. + V, Cltylnv 1.50 51642 x23'/i- '/• Cl<ve ilec 2 7 86 16%- % CocaCpl 2.16 11 772 36%+ '/. Colgate 1.08 11 637 14'/4- % Co Gas 2.56 9 274 38%- % CmwEd 2.60 9 259 20'A-t- '/• ComSat 2.30 8 78 37%+ '/< Cofcoco 2.20 6 358 57 - '/• Con Ed 2.68 6 232 25%- % CoiuuP 2.36 7il0200 p!9'/. ... ContlGr 2.40 6 255 p30%- % ControlD .60 8 643 61% + 1% CornGI 2.12 9 72 56V.- % CRCInl 3.40 9 106 71% +2% Crane 1.60g 12 16 35%+ % CfownZ 2.30 10 254 46%+ '/. CiirtissWr 1 5 104 25'/.+ '/• 0 0— . i. Dartlndus 2 6 218 42 + % DoyPLt 1.74 8 73 UV.+ '/• Deere 1.90 7 465 x35'/i+ '/. DetEdis 1.60 8 155 12%- '/. Diebold .80 9 25 36'/i+ '/• Dillon 1.08 10 9 17'/.- % Disney .72 12 263 50%- '/• DrPeppr .68 11 104 13%+ % Dow Ch 1.60 8 767 p34% ... Dresser 1.10 11 153 67%+ V, Duke P 1.92 6 233 18 DuPont 2 7 326 43% ... Diiqnel 1.80 8 116 14%- % Eastern Air 76 312 9% ... EKodk 2.40a 9 1755 60% + % Eaton 1.72 5 235 29V,- % EIPoso 1.48 6 737 19% ... Erisrch 1.72 11 166 38 - % Ethyl 1.50 6 69 29%+ '/• Exxon 5.20 61226 p70%+ '/• p p — Ferro 1.20 6 81 21%- % Flfitne ,30h .. 201 7'/i- % FloPwr 1.56 7 814 15%+ '/. FordMt 1.20 7x650 p25%- V. ForMcKes 2 7 61 26%+ % FrwprtM 1 11 251 45 + % Frhaul 2.40 6 58 x25%- % GomSk 1.50 7 BO 43'/i ... GonneltCo 2 13 167 51 V4- V. GnDyn 1.20 10 253 73% + 1'/4 GanlElect 3 8 563 54%+ % Gnl Fds -2.20 6 252 x30% . . . GijMIIU 1.32 82977 p26%+ Vi GnMol 1.75d 771810 P 49V.+ V. GonPub Utll 5 264 6 1 /. ... GTE 2.72 81277 p27'/4 ... GTIre l.SOg 13 31 17V,- % Go Pac 1.20 12 312 p29'/, . ..'• Gerber 1.74 7 151 p23%— % Getty 1.40d 8 146 84V. ... Gillette 1.90 7x106 p27 + % Gdrlch 1.56 6 28 u20'/,- % Goodyr 1.30 91275 u!5 + V, GroceW 2.30 8 452 42%+ % Great ASP .. 43 4% ... Gryhnd 1.20 6 122 16%+ % Grumn 1.20 10 31 25%- % Gulf OH 2.50 5x1576 43%— '/• Gulf&Ws .75 4 342 17%+ % H H HamPa 1.50 " 5 37 26% + '/• Herculs 1.20 5 501 p!8V. ... HershF 1.40 6 5 24%- % Hewitt P .40 19 159 73% + 1% HlltonH 1.36 10 429 37% +1% Hoi Inns .70 U 1454 23%+ % Hmstak 2.40 8 286 68 - % Honeywell 3 9 188 89'/, + 1 1 /. Hoover 1.24 8 3 18% ... Houstln 2.68 6 146 29V. ... 1 1 1C Indust 2 5 137 25%+ '/i Idaho P 2.52 9 44 22%+ '/. Ill Pwr 2.38 8 89 u!9%— % INA Cp 2.20 5 244 p35V.+ % Incoltd .72a 9 199 x22 ... IngRnd 3.32 9 26 59%+ % InfndStl 2.80 10 204 30%+ % IBMCp 3.44 121638 64V.+ % IntHarv 2.50 .. 193 31% ... IntPopr 2.40 51075 40%+ % IntlTST 2.40 8 673 x29'/.+ % Intnoth 1.80 7 518 34V. + % Itek Corp 13 71 22V.+ % J J JefPilol 1.40 6 108 28V. + V. JohnMv 1.92 7 183 24V.+ % Jsn Jsn 2.30 13 132 80'/.+ V. JoyMfg 1.90 9 386 41%+ % K K KanGE 1.94 8 '29 16'/4 + % KanPLt 2.04 7 67 19 + '/. Kennctt 1.40 6 743 30%- % KeMcG 1.80 12 241 78V.+ V. KlmbCI 3.20 3 109 47 + % K L M 3.48b 17 4 33%— % Kmart .92 9 368 c24%- % KnlghtRI .70 9 11 25V. ... Kraft 3.20 6 191 43%- V. Kroger 1.36 7x159 22 - % ,„ [^ ^ LearSig 1.24 6 283 25% ... Lehm 1.61d .. 190 14%+ V, L 0 F 2.20a 10 116 21%+ '/. LiggGrp 2'/i 10 12 68% ... Llttonln 1.20 8 870 58%+ V, Lockheed 15 148 30V. + % LoewCp 1.20 5 16 76%- '/• LTV Corp 31330 p!2% ... LuckyS 1.12 8 142 17 + '/< _LukenSH .48 52 6 12% ... M M Man Life .32 9 33 7V. ... Man Hn 2.52 5 42 30V. + V, MarMldl .90 5 76 18V.+ V, MarihF 1.24 10 127 16V.+ % Mrtn M 2.32 7 83 52 - % MayDS 1.54 7 120 26%- % Maylg I.BOo 8 44 26%+ '/• McDonD .90 6 437 x32%- V. Mead 1.80 5 137 27 + % Merck 2.30 14 140 76 '/, + !'/. M M M 2.80 10 631 g56 +!'/. MoblCp 3.40 61913 x78 Mohsco .22h 8 105 8%- % Monsan 3.60 7 306 56+1 MorgJP 2.80 6 785 46%+ '/. Molorla 1.40 10. 763 53'/4+ % MlStTel 2.32 7 16 24%+ V, MrphCo 1.28 6 16 15 - % N N Nabisco 1.62 8 135 25% ... NotlDisllll 2 7 136 28 Nil Gyp 1.48 6 40 23% ... NtlSteel 2.70 2 135 p27'/4- '/. NCR Corp 2 8 529 68% + '/. Nev Pw 2.32 7 45 23%- % NiagMo 1.52 7 146 13%+ % NLInds 1.20 12 277 50%+ % NorfkW 2.20 6x293 x36%+ % NwBcp 1.48 6x1093 24%— % NortonS 1.04 7x3160 16%+ '/. O O • Occld Pet 2 3 654 27%— % Ohio Ed 1.76 8 269 g!4%- % OkloGE 1.60 12 121 U13V.+ % OulbrdM .70 36 74 11%+ '/. OwnCF 1.20 11 121 28%— % Owenlll 1.40 4 231 24%- % p p PacG E 2.60 7 267 23%- '/• Pelting 2.24 6 34 22%- % PacTT 1.40 8 67 p!3% ... Pan Am Air .. 2663 5V.+ V, Ponhan 1.74 7 395 31 '/i— V, Penney 1.84 8 226 26 + % PennPl 2.12 7 113 x!9%+ % Pennioll 2 7 272 41%- % PeopleiEn 3 9 81 49 '/4- % PepsiCo 1.30 9 778 25V.+ V, Pfizer 1.44 12 491 39%- % Phelpi 1.60 5 182' 33%- % PhllaEI 1.80 B 174 14% ... Phil Mo 1.60 9 519 42%+ '/• PhilPet 1.80 7 343 46%-.% Plllibry 1.72 7 x76 35V4- % Polaroid 1 24)516 28 + '/• PPGInd 2.16 5 164 34 - '/. ProctGI 3.40 10 305 76%+ '/. PuSCol 1.60 10 130 13% ... PSEtG 2.32 7 246 x20 Purex 1.28 7 42 16%— % Purlatr 1.40 7 35 23% . . — 0 Q R II Ralston .64 9x1465ul2</4 ... RapldA .40d 6 21 22%+ '/< RCACp 1.80 7 541 24 Repu Steel 2 6 25 p23'/4— '/. Revlon 1.56 10 575 p48% ... Reynlds 2.10 6 522 b36V.- % ReynMt 2.20 3 144 34 RchGs 1.48g 8 29 14% + % Rockwll 1.40 8 190 p30 + % Rohm Hss 2 6 6 45V. . . . RoylCr 1.04 7 50 p!3%— % RoylD 3.40d 3 361 90%— V, S S SofwSIr 2.60 6 72 30% + % StReglsPa 2 6 35 31%— % Scherng 1 .60 9 x! 081 p41 V. + 1 % SCMCp 1.80 5 60 p28'/4+ % ScotPaper 1 5 360 IB'/.— % Seagrm 1.10 14 302 54V. — % Sears 1.36 81184 17V.+ '/> Shell Oil Co 9 966 37%— % Signal Co 1 8 141 40 % Singer Co .. 82 8% ... Smithkl 1.66 13 433 57 + % SoCal E 2.72 6 360 25%— % SouthCo 1.54 8 882 13 SoPaclf 2.60 8 522 38 — % So Rail 3.68 6 41 70%— 1 Sperry 1.76 7 407 54V. + 1% SquarD 1.60 8 51 25 + '/. St Brnd 1.64 9 219 30%— '/. SldOCal 3.60 7 525 78 J /4 + % Std Oil Ind 101110 62%+ V, StOIIOh 1.40 7 680 47%— '/. SterlDrg .92 11 433 22% ... StewWn 1.88 7 3 27% ... Sun Co 1.80 5 702 40V. + % Sup Oil .72 15 76 172%— I'/. Teldyne Inc 7 272 151% + !% Tennco 2.40 7 604 41V. + 1% Texaco 2.40 52524 38 + '/, TexECp 2.70 9x571 p74'/.— '/. Texas Inst 2 13 316 103'/>'+2% TexUlll 1.76 7 1591 17V.— % Textron 1.80 6 189 26%+ '/, TimkenCo 3 6 31 55%+ '/• Trane 1.04 8 19 22V. ... Trnsam 1.12 5 973 18 + % Trans W Cp ., 583 16V.+ % TrICon 1.60d .. 95 p20% ... TRW 2.20 7 122 44%+ V. U U U A L ,25h .. 1619 p!8%- % UnCarbide 3 5 x!385 44%— % UnOCal 1.60 91203 60+1 Un Pac 1.40 12 391 47'/4+ Vi Uniroyl Inc .. 139 4V.— % Uld Inns .22 7 7 19% ... US Gyp 2.40 6 121 35% + % USSteel 1.60 .. 673 22 + VI " US Tab 2.08 9 27 35%— K UtdTch 2.20 7 356 47V. + '/4 Up|ohn 2 10 94 54V.- V. V V VorionA .52 7 111 25V. ... VaElec 1.40 7 930 11% ... W utf Walgrn 1.60 7 10 36 + % WarnLo 1.32 12 769 19V. + % Wa Wtr 2.16 8 29 p!9%+ % WsBanc 1.84 5 73 p29'/4 ... WUnlon 1.40 .. 45 22%— % WesthE 1.40 6 506 25 + Vi VVhlngStl Ib 3 61 IB'/.— '/i Whlpool 1.40 .. 103 20% ... WhltCn 1.40 5 23 25 — % White Motor .. 115 4%- % Wickes 1.04 6 160 15V._ Vi WlnnDx 1.92 9 16 29% -r % Woolwh 1.80 4x348 u27%+ % XY2 ' Xerox 2.80 8 744 57%+ % Zole Cp 1.08 5 4 20%+ '/. ZoyreCp .32 5 14 15%— % Zenith R .60 10 530 12%+ % FOOTNOTES Compoilte tobies Include trades from eight markets Identified by lait price indicators for markets other than NYSE at: a-Amex; b-Boiton; c- Cincinnati; g-NASD; k-lnstlnet; n- NYSE (Amex list only); p-Pacillc; x- Philadelphia. Inillnet is block trading system used by Institutions, (z) All sales In full. DIVIDENDS: At* annual unless otherwise Identified: (a) plus extra: (b) paid last year; (c) payment on accumulated dividends; (a) paid so for this year, no regular rate; (e) cash plus stock paid In 1978; (f) cash plus slock paid In the 1977; (g) annual rote plus stock dividend; (h) paid this year-latest dividend omitted; (1) percent In stock paid In 1978; (j) percent of stock paid In 1978-latest dividend omitted; (k) percent in stock paid In 1977; (g) In bankruptcy-receivership or reorganization; (f) capital distribution: (x) ex-dividend; (wl) when issued; (wt) warrants. SALES: In hundreds (00) omitted except for those designated (z) which are traded in ID-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-monlh earnings figure Into last sale price. Wheat ahead in light deal CHICAGO (UPI) - Wheat was higher, corn lower and soybeans mixed at midmorning Monday on the Chicago Board of Trade. Wheat was up 1 V4 to up 1 % cents; corn off 2 Vt to off 1 %; and soybeans off 1 % to up 1 cent. There was some commercial selling in the corn and wheat markets at the opening in a light, quiet trading day with a general lack of sellers. All markets, except the soybean products, had general commision house buying. Some rainshowers were reported in the northern part of the corn and soybean belts and parts of the winter wheat belt. Canada officially announced it has dropped out of the Soviet grain embargo. Prices at 10:35 a.m., CDT: Wheol Sept. 4,51 Vi up 1 '/i; Dec. 4.69 '/, up 1 '/.; March 4.79 up 1 '/,. Corn Sept. 3.19 off 2; Dec. 3.24 '/,' off 2; March 3.33 off 1 V4. Soybeans Aug. 7.18 off 1 '/.; Nov. 7.41 '/, off 1 '/i; Jan. 7.52 up 1. The outside markets were lower. Metals NEW YORK (UPI) — Latest metal market prices as quoted Monday by the American Metal Market, authoritative metals publication: Aluminum, primary, 99.5 per cent plus pure 50 Ib. Ingots 68.00-72.00 c Ib. Antimony, domestic, refined in alloy, $2.002.02 Ib. Copper, electrolytic, delivered U.S. 108.25109.25 c Ib. Lead, common, U.S. primary producers 40.00 c Ib.; U.S. non primary (secondary) producers 36.00-40.00 c Ib.. Magnesium, 99.8 per cent, ingot 116.00 c Ib. Manganese, 99.9 per cent boxed regular 66.00 c Ib. Mercury, S395.00-J405.00 76 Ib. flask. Nickel, electrolytic cathodes, f.o.b. Port Colborne, Onl., 3.50 Ib. Palladium, N.Y. Am. Met Mkt. dealer $199.00$206.00 per troy ounce. Platinum, soft, 99.5 fine, producer $420.00; dealer-opprox., $649.00-658.00 per troy ounce. Steel, No. 1 heavy melt scrap — Pittsburgh $75.00-$76.00 per ton (consumer buying price); Am. Met. Mkt. composite scrap price $74.33 per ton. Tin, N.Y. Am. Met. Mkt. ex-dock 783.50 c Ib. Gold NEW YORK (UPI) — Foreign and Domestic gold prices quoted In dollars per troy ounce Monday; London Morning fixing 643.25 off 8.50. Afternoon fixing 643.50 off 8.25. Paris (free market) 646.23 off 0.88. Frankfurt 645.45 off 6.96. Zurich 643.50 off 9.00. New York Handy and Harmon 643.50 off 8.25. Engelhard, base price for refining settling and unlabricoted gold 643.50 off B.25 per troy ounce. Selling price, fabricated gold 666.02 off 8.54 per troy ounce. Silver NEW YORK (UPI) — Handy and Harmon Monday quoted silver at $16.36 per fine ounce off $0.05. Engelhard Minerals & Chemicals quoted a base price for Industrial silver of $16.31 off $0.05 and a price for fabricated silver products of $17.178 off $0.053. Deaths and Funerals Weather EXTENDED OUTLOOK Wednesday through Friday Very warm days and mild nights with isolated nighttime thunderstorms. Highs 95 to 100 Wednesday, and low to mid 90s Thursday and Friday. Lows from low to mid 60s in the northwest to the low 70s in the southest. ZONE FORECASTS Zones 1, 2, 4 and 5 — Generally clear through Tuesday. Hot temperatures during the afternoons. Highs Tuesday around 100. Lows tonight 65 to 70. Winds variable 5 to 15 mph tonight. Zones 7, 8, 10 and 11 — Generally clear through Tuesday with hot afternoons. Highs Tuesday 100 to 105. Lows tonight 70 to 75. Winds southwesterly 5 to 15 mph tonight. SALINA WEATHER At City Airport, 1 p.m. Monday: Temperature 102F; Barometer 29.90 in.; Wind SW 10 mph; Relative Humidity 21%; Precipitation since 6 p.m. Saturday none. (Metric — Temp. OOC; Barometer 0000.0mb; Wind - 00 kph). Saturday's High 89 (32C); Record is 111 (44C) in 1910. Saturday's Low 67 (19C); Record is 56 (13C) in 1926. Sunday's High 95 (35C); Record is 111 (44C) in 1931-36 Sunday's Low 62 (17C); Record is 57 (14C) in 1920. Tuesday's Sunrise 6:28; Sunset 8:44. MRS. HAROLD J. DICKEY The funeral for Mrs. Frances Mae Dickey, 54, 844 Hancock, will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Ryan Mortuary, the Rev. Lee Martin officiating. Burial will be at Gypsum Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Dickey died Sunday at St. John's Hospital. She was born Sept. 17, 1925, in Salina and was a lifelong resident. Surviving are her husband, Harold; her mother, Mrs. Sarah Levin, Salina Nursing Center; two daughters, Mrs. Marva Kruft, Fargo, N.D., and Mrs. Sarah Starling, 844 Hancock; two sons, David, 1510 Pawnee, and Steven, 1528 Pueblo; a brother, Dick Levin, 2014 Simmons; eight sisters, Mrs. LaDonna Pickering, 640 S. 5th; Mrs. Doris Gay, 1614 Beach; Mrs. Olga Lowe, 676 S. 10th; Mrs. Margaret Goodall, 152 S. llth; Mrs. Helen Bachofer, 716 S. 10th; Mrs. Irene Hamilton, 1402 Crescent; Mrs. June Barnhart, Denver, Colo., and Mrs. Lillian Palmer, LLmon, Colo.; and five grandchildren. ' CLYDE L. SMITH The funeral for Clyde L. Smith 82, 1519 Hickory, will be Wednesday at Ben Cast & Son Funeral Home, Holden, Mo. Mr. Smith, who came to Salina several months ago to live with a son because of ill health, died Sunday at St. John's Hospital after a long illness. He was born Aug. 2, 1897, at Holden and lived in the Missouri community all his life. Surviving are his wife, Orva, who is in the care home at Holden; a son, Roy C., 1519 Hickory; a sister, Miss Blanche Smith, Denver, Colo.; five grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. Burial will be in the Holden Cemetery. Salina arrangements were by the Geisendorf Rush Smith Funeral Home. MRS. EARL SHAW The funeral for Mrs. Ella Shaw, 84, 1200 Funston, will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Ryan Mortuary, Mr. Clyde Smith officiating. Mrs. Shaw died Sunday at her home. She was born July 25, 1896, at Stockton and lived in Salina since 1929. She was a member of the Salina Bible Church. Her husband, Earl, died in 1963. Surviving are a son, Earl W., Springfield, Va.; a daughter, Mrs. Darlene Grimsley, 1200 Funston; two grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Entombment will be in Mausoleum Williamsburg in Roselawn Memorial Park. STEPHANIE KAYANN KIEFFER CUBA — A graveside service for Stephanie KayAnn Kieffer, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kieffer, Cuba, was held Monday afternoon at St. Isadore's Cemetery, Cuba, the Rev. Richard Lutgen officiating. The infant was stillborn Saturday at Asbury Hospital, Salina. Surviving, besides the parents, are the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kieffer, Clyde, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles GrandPre, Concordia; great- grandmother, Mrs. Floyd Copper, and the great-great grandmother, Mrs. Charles Ramsey, both of Marquette. MRS. BERT SCOTT JEWELL — The funeral for Mrs. Daisy Verne Scott, 90, Jewell, will be at 2:30 p.m. Monday at the Christian Church, Jewell, the Rev. Jerry Zanker officiating. Burial will be in the Wallace Cemetery, Jewell. Mrs. Scott died Saturday morning at the Mitchell County Hospital, Beloit. She was born in Jewell County near Ionia Sept. 4,1889. She lived in Jewell County until her marriage, then lived in Missouri for six years. She and her husband returned to Jewell County then moved to Kit Carson County, Colo, in 1938. They moved back to Jewell County in 1947 and farmed until retiring in 1950. Mr. Scott died in 1959. Surviving are two sons, Robert, Buhl, Idaho; Max, Elkhart; three daughters, Mrs. Ruth Cain, Hubbard, Nel».; Mrs. Lois Oplinger, Randall; Mrs. Kathleen Graff is, Seibert, Colo.; one brother, Ray Wildman, Jewell; 20 grandchildren, and 34 great-grandchildren. The family suggests memorials to the Christian Church. The Kleppinger Funeral Home, Jewell, is in charge. ELLIS L. CLAUSEN CAWKER CITY - The funeral for Ellis L. Clausen, 79, Cawker City, will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Baptist Church, Cawker City, the Rev. Lee Sullivan officiating. Burial will be in Prairie Grove Cemetery, Cawker City. Mr. Clausen died Saturday at his home. He was born Jan. 27,1901, on a farm near Cawker City. He was a retired farmer and a lifelong resident of the area. Mr. Clausen was a member of the Baptist Church and the Masonic Lodge, Cawker City. Surviving are his wife, Leone, of the home; a son, Rex, Cawker City; a daughter, Mrs. Marjorie Newquist, Cawker City; nine grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. The family suggests memorials to the church. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at the Waconda Funeral Home, Cawker City. MRS. ERNEST DROEGEMEIER FREDERICK - The funeral, for Mrs. Nell M. Droegemeier, 82, Geneseo, will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the First Baptist Church, Frederick. Mrs. Droegemeier died Sunday at a nursing home in the Wichita area. She was born and grew up in Ellsworth and had lived in the Geneseo community many years before entering a nursing home. Surviving are a son, Lynn, Wichita; a daughter, Mrs. Lois Boy, Syracuse; two brothers, Amel Milbradt, Kanopolis, and Charles Milbradt, Burlingame, and three sisters, Mary Elizabeth Milbradt, Lyndon; Mrs. Florence Griffith, Topeka, and Mrs. Freida Sheridan, Ellsworth. The Kaufman Funeral Home, Halstead, is in charge. The family suggests memorials to the First Baptist Church, Frederick. MRS. WESLEY KELLER ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - The funeral for Edna H. Keller, 71, Albuquerque, N.M., will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at Carlson Funeral Home, Hope, the Rev. Dan Welns officiating. Burial will be in Hope Cemetery. Mrs. Keller died Saturday in Albuquerque. She was born Feb. 6, 1909, at Dillon. She lived at Hope for several years before moving to New Mexico eight years ago. She was a member of the Baptist Church. Surviving are her husband, Wesley, of the home; one son, Loren, of the home; two brothers, Alvin Bird and Ernest Bird, both of Hope; one sister, Mrs. Ruby Roehrman, Colorado Springs, Colo.; and three grandchildren. Friends may call at Carlson Funeral Home. Salina juveniles arrested for series of burglaries Salina police Sunday placed two 13- year-old Salinans in juvenile custody in connection with a series of five burglaries committed in the last two weeks in the Indian Village housing area. Items taken in the burglaries included money, beer, cigarettes and bicycles, police said. 4-H notes Marty Oborg, Smolan, will represent the Smoky View 4-H Club in the competition for Tri-Rivers Fair & Rodeo Queen. Marty is club president and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Oborg. Today's Records f Residents' nerves chief casualties of first Kentucky 'quake since '33 By United Press International A moderate earthquake centered in Kentucky — the region's first in almost 50 years — shook and shattered windows from Alabama to Canada, toppled chimneys, knocked ornamentation off Cincinnati's City Hall, and rocked Detroit's Tiger Stadium while a game was in progress. No serious injuries were reported in Sunday's temblor, which measured 5.1 on the Richter scale. It shook an area from Alabama to southern Canada and from Illinois to North Carolina for 15 about seconds, causing some damage. The quake toppled chimneys, fractured building foundations, broke windows, and just plain terrified people. Seismologists said it was centered in Marysville, Ky. - about 45 miles southeast of Cincinnati and 50 miles northeast of Lexington, Ky. — believed to be the first ever centered in northern Kentucky. The quake surprised seismologists but not psychic Barry Bowman of Middletown, Ohio. Just hours before the tremor hit, Bowman predicted Ohio would be hit by an earthquake this year. Some 44,000 fans at Tiger Stadium in Detroit were watching the Tigers play the Oakland A's when the quake struck. "Aw, heck, earthquakes don't scare me," said Tiger manager Sparky Anderson shortly after the quake struck at 2:55 p.m. (EOT). "If it's a big enough quake, you don't have to worry." Several writers at Tiger Stadium said the ballpark swayed 4 to 6 inches and one writer said, "I was getting out of there. I thought it was the girders giving way." The U.S. Geological Survey said the quake was the first in the general area since May 28,1933. , Hospital Admissions Asbury— Courtney Wilson, 2309 Dr.; Mrs. Randall Ptacek, 1104 N. 10th; 1 Danny Meinhardt, Salina Rt. 3, Box 166 Djj Mrs. Eugene Unville, 809 Manor Rd.; Gerald Benoit, 1413 E. Ellsworth; Mrs. 1 ard Thome, 737 Fairdale Rd.; Richard;! bowski, 1316 Arapahoe; Mrs. George 1 621 Charles; Mrs. Elvena Nelson, 221 Bak'»'' r « Mrs. Leonard Mclver, 817 Harold; Rob Barhydt Jr.; Loyd Wildman, Minneapolis^ Cora Lee Terry, Great Bend; Janet ! Delaware; Cecil Mlnneman, Tescott; McCammon, Mankato; Mrs. Donald Koi^er,^ Minneapolis; Mrs. Quinton Ingram, Norton; Mrs. Lawrence Fraln, Culver; Mrs. Glenn Fouard, Brookville; Mrs. Alan Dickerman, Ellsworth; Mrs. David Cossaart, Narla; Raymond Charles, Gypsum; Mrs. Thomas Baconrind, Hays; Elizabeth Abel, Burr Oak; Mrs. Iva Lyon, Abilene; Gary Langvqrdt, Chapman; Mrs. Kendall Krause, Gypsum; Mrs. Paul Kieffer, Cuba; Mrs. Omar diard, Lincoln; Mrs. Wilma Baker, Solomon. St. John's - Michael Porter, 2423 Stewart Lane; Mrs. Thomas Sears, 115 S. 3rd; Mrs. Ralph Vinlove, 517 W. Wilson; Mrs. Kalherine Powell, 1016 N. llth; Mrs. Dolkins Bellows, Bennlngton; Christopher Carazo, Bavaria; Mrs. Albina Cisneros, Kanopolis; Mrs. Stephen DeBiasse, Solomon; Mrs. Jerome Gunnerson, Assaria; John McVan, Abilene; Mrs. Warren Regnier, Concordia; Mrs. Harold Stein, Chapman; Duane Thomas, Delphos. '* Hospital Dismissals Asbury - Jarret Zerbe, 240 S. 12th; Mrs. Dawn Toner, 620 N. Broadway; Paul Sullivan, 425% W. South; Mrs. Keith Sankey, 1332 Lynn Dr.; Mrs. Ernest Oehlert, 319 W. Kirwin; Laurie Lewis, 703 W. Cloud; Mrs. Charles Johnson, 1103 N. 8th; Mrs. Lydia Hopkins, .Presbyterian Manor; Mrs. Thomas Harris-and baby boy, 1313 S. 9th; Harold Fitzpatrick, 654 Rockview Rd.; Mrs. Peggy Edington, 1333 Winona; Mrs. Elisabeth Dickson, 505 Anderson; Mrs. Robert Clark, 2269 Roach; Mrs. William Cartin, 416 Maple; Mrs. Melvin Cailteux, 301 Neal; Mrs. Mark Benson and baby girl, 1304 Sara Lane; Mrs. Dena Barrett, 1209 Oak Circle; Mrs. Jerry A vise and baby boy, 917 N. 13th, Lot 40; Mrs, LUbern Hensley, 740 Birch; Mrs. Roy Huff, 1109 N. 8th; Joseph Randall, 129 Bel Air Dr.; Paul Watson, Mankato; Mrs. Richard Swenson and baby boy, Concordia; Mrs. Murice Nutter, Ames; Carl Eilrich, Ellsworth; Samuel Stewart, Hunter; Bryon Redden, Gypsum; Mrs. Philip Johnson, Jamestown; Melvin Anderson, Tescott. St John's - Mrs. Lena Befort, 901 W. Walnut; Mrs. Josephine Hendricks, 501 Sunset Dr.; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Vinlove, 517 W. Wilson; Brian Krizan, Abilene; Mrs. Charles Moore, Abilene; William Shaw, Natoma; Mrs. Mildred Shaffer, Wilson; Mrs. Edward Havel, Narka; Mrs. Stewart Hartwick, Smolan; Mrs. Christ Ade, Gypsum; Edwin Bartlett, Abilene; Mrs. Lawrence Becker, MWm- drldge; Mrs. V/uey Bradley, WeUs; Jody Lake, Afiilene; Mrs. Laura Lancaster, Herington; Mrs. Aaron Lauxman, Hope; Mrs.. Ernest Vanous, Belleville. Asbury Births < : Girls: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Blackburn, 816 Martin, 8 Ibs., 6 ozs., July 26. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Benoit, 1413 E. Ellsworth, 7 Ibs., 3V4 ozs., July 26. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thorne, 737 Fairdale, 7 Ibs., Vi ozs., July 27. Sv Mr. and Mrs. George Plante, 621 Charles, 7 Ibs., 6V4 ozs., July 27. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Koster, Minneapolis, 6 Ibs., 7V4 ozs., July 27. Boys: ^., Mr. and Mrs. Michael Keller, 2224 Metfd- owlark Lane, 6 Ibs., 10 ozs., July 26. Mr. and Mrs. Randall Ptacek, 1104 N. 10th, 7 Ibs., 7 ozs., July 27. ^' Mr. and Mrs. Danny Meinhardt, Salina Rt: 3, 7 IDS., 8 ozs., July 27. o!:' Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Krause, Gypsum, 8 Ibs., 12 ozs., July 27. , d , Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Fouard, Brookville t ,8 Ibs., 12 ozs., July 27. Divorces ..'.;,, Filed — Deborah Anne McGilvray vs. Michael Dean McGilvray; Mark R. Neubrand vs. Anita L. Neubrand; Ann Louise Stagner vs. William Lee Stagner; Dianna L. Van-< diver vs. Lawrence R. Vandiver. ." j -i Granted — Richard Lee Crawford and Margaret Pauline Crawford, each from the other; Gary Lee Willard from Vicki Lynn. Willard. "" Marriage Licenses Edward Lee Arnold, 19, Salina, and Brenda Sue Gordanier, 19, Bennington; . Richard A. Upshaw, 34, and Linda K. RheaY 26, both of Salina; John W. Johnson Jr., 18/ and Kathleen S. Rohan, 17, both of Topeka; Milton Dale Eitel, 20, and Geraldine Lorraine Clements, 17, both of Salina; Tony Ray' Smith, 21, and Laurie Lynette Weber, 18<' both of Salina; Craig Scott Warner, 21, and Johna Charlene Kramer, 21, both of Salinar-. * Police Blotter <. Burglaries — A 1978 Chevrolet pickjip owned by Russell L. Walters, Salina Rt. 5, taken from Four-Wheeler Parts and Accefc series, 495 Centennial. It was recovered Sun-' day on Interstate 70 at a point 10 miles east; of Salina. Eleven cigarette lighters taken, from Four-Wheeler were not recovered. j; Four stereo speakers valued at $100 taken; from the C. B. Borthwick residence, 1434, Teakwood. * • » Vehicle Burglaries - A window broken] and a 35mm camera taken'from'a locked; 1976 Ford van owned by William L. Johnson,); Great Bend, while the van was parked at- Scanlan and Broadway. Loss set at $220. ' Damage of $150 to the interior of a 1978; Chevrolet van owned by Donald J. Flick, 415; W. Walnut, while the van was parked at his; residence. 'A CB microphone valued at $25 < was taken. "' VandaUm — A 1969 Chevrolet pelted with 5 eggs and the windshield broken at 1200 W. 5 Crawford. Owner is Mary E. Price, same ad- j dress. Loss set at $110. . ' V- »

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