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December 13, 1972

Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 3

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Step-up Paris Negotiations ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, WED., DEC. 13, 1972 Page 3 Speculate Kissinger Making Peace Progress WASHINGTON (AP) Steppe d-up negotiations in Paris and speechmaking in Saigon have produced speculation but little solid information here about prospects for the proposed accord to end the Vietnam war. A widespread assumption among Washington officials is that presidential adviser Henry A. Kissinger is making progress in his secret sessions with Hanoi's Le Due Tho and that he will return to the White House shortly. But the North Vietnamese were reported as very tough in the Paris negotiating, and hopes for a fast wrapup of peace details admittedly have dimmed. Just before Kissinger headed for Paris Nov. 19, authoritative U.S. sources anticipated that a cease-fire pact would be nailed down around mid-December. Truman Remains Serious In Second Week of Illness KANSAS CITY (AP) - Harry S. Truman's doctor said today the 88-year-old former president was "holding his, own" as he remained in serious condition with heart and respi- Markets At Morrell Are Up Today 10:30 a.m. Grain Quotes New Soybeans $4.11 Nov. Corn $1.40 New Oats ' 80c Old Oats 80c January Beans $4.13 January Corn $1.40 CATTLE (By John Morrell & Company) Steers High Choice to'Prime Quotable $38.50^39.00 Choice Steers .... $38.00-$38.50 Good Steers $35.00-$36.00 Prime Heifers Quotable $37.25-$37.75 Choice Heifers . $36.25-$37.00 HOGS Base No. 3 Hogs $30.50 Desirable No. 2 Hogs ... $31.00 Superior No. 1 Hogs .... $31.50 Overfinished No. 4 Hogs . $30.00 Sows $25.50 ratory problems. Truman's vital signs of blood pressure, pulse and temperature continued to fluctuate and were elevated overnight, a spokesman for Research Hospital and Medical Center said. But his pulse was 88, blood pressure 114-56 and temperature 101—all within normal limits—at 10 a.m. EST. Truman was taken to the hospital Dec. 5 by ambulance when an ailment which had lingered for two weeks was described as lung congestion. The following day he was placed on the critical list, where he remained until Sunday when his condition was upgraded to serious. Doctors said Tuesday the former chief executive's condition would fluctuate within the serious classification for some time. The hospital spokesman said Truman's heart condition re- m a i n e d unchanged from Tuesday when it was noted as stronger than earlier in the week. His kidney function was described as adequate. The spokesman said Truman responds to verbal stimuli but that he did not talk during the night. The spokesman said this meant Truman was aware he is being spoken to but did not nec- \—Quotations STOCK MARKET SI REPRESENTATIVE STOCKS AT&T 51'/2 American Motors 8% Chrysler 40Vs Firestone 25% Ford 77W Gamble Skog 34 3 /g General Motors 81% Goodyear 32 Int. 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Dreves said he didn't know their plans for today. Truman is receiving oxygen continuously through a face mask and he is being fed through a nasal-gastric tube. In response to a newsman's question, Dreves said that Truman is not and never has been on life-supporting machinery such an artificial respirator. Land Use DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) The Iowa Legislative council Tuesday approved a recommendation from a legislative study committee that the General Assembly pass a bill creating a nine-member commission to draft specific land use policies. The policies would be considered by the General Assembly, but probably not before 1975. Belmont Park is the nation's only l'/ 2 mile racetrack. Save Now on Al Better Quality Fabrics Poly c sic r DOUBLE KNITS $087 One Group Bonded ACRYLICS and WOOLS $-|87 Values $5.99 B Acrylic and Cotton KNITS $187 I Yd. Textured Polyester PRINTS $087 NOW Yd. 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