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   Salina Journal, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1968, Salina, Kansas                              LATEST MARKET NEWS OHAN uvESTOCIi V Stock Prices Dip Irregularly Tuesday Oct NEW YORK stock market worked its way through another session of consolidation late this afternoon with prices declining irregularly Losses outnumbered gains by nearly 200 issues on the New York Stock Exchange The Dow Jones industrial average took a slight loss The market was higher at the start but the disposition to take profits continued as it has for the previous two sessions The early margin in favor of gains vnnished and a plus for the Dow industrials was replaced by a minus Analysts saw it as a neces sary consolidation following the strong threeweek rally which seemed headed for the record peak of February I960 National General was the vol ume leader down a fraction Great A me r i c a n Holdings slumped another 5 points in con tinued doubt about whether the merger with National General could be consummated Global Marin staged another rally advancing about 2 in heavy trading CIT Financial splurged ahead about 4 Steels were a bit lower despite Uie biggest v gain in weekly pro duction since March Republic dropped about a point The major motor makers were mixed Chrysler and Ford losing fractions while the others showed little change Xerox shucked off about 3 points and IBM more than a point while Zenith added a point American Stock Exchange prices remained irregularly higher TUESDAYS QUOTATIONS NEW YORK APj Lat STOCKS Admiral Alllid Ch A11I1 Chal Am Airltn Alcoa Am Cyan Am Motors Am TiT Am Tob t Vet Chg n i Atchlson 3m Atlas Ch 21 Avco Cp Brat Fits Beech Air 46 Bjth Stl Boeing fiOi Celuxue Cp 65S Ces5na A Mu Ch Rl Pac 2fli Chryiler Cities Svc CBS KIT S Comsat Cent Can 50 Cont Oil CurtlKs VVr 25 Dow CHm 51 j duPont 175 E Kodak Ford Mot OSS Gam Sfco 32 Gen Dynajn Oen Gen Mot O Tel El r O Ttl El 42i Goodyr 55i Grace Co 46V1 Greyhound 32 Gul Oil 82 Halllburt SIU Here Inc Homestke IBM 323 Int Harv Inl Pap 35S Kan GE 27S Kan Pl yii Kaly Ind ii Kerr Me llfl Tailor 771 Ixine S CcnV 25j Martin Mid Eo Utll Minn JIM W Mobil Oil SS Monsan 5rp Mont Ward ISi Nat Bi5c Nat Gyps 71 u No it Gas 571 Nor Pac SSii Okla GE Okla NGs 21 Pin Am 5s n Pajih EP 371 Pern On 71 s Ftnnev JC 92U Phill Pet B9 Proctr G RCA 51 Hcyn Mel 37 Reyn Tob 4 Safeway El Jos Lrt igii SI Res P 37 Sears Ro Sinclair 81i Spcrry R 451 St Oil Csl sfii St Oil Ind srpk St Oil NJ Simray Texaco S5i Timk PB 41 Trans W Ar 44 Un Carbide 46 Vn Elec 22H Us Steel Wn U Tel Wests El Woolworth 31 i v D P D U n u u H S i v n n i u D S t iu u i D u u v D D 1 D IT K D U 1 D 5 D H D i U H U i D IU U V U i D 1i U U D 4 U i U I u i D n u u t u 4 r s D t D H U li r D U ii n t D u r s r 2u r x T i n H n r i n n i u s S Second Charge Is Dismissed second charge of reeeivin stolen property filed agains Robert Leo Farrell 42 524 W Republic was dismissed Tues day in Magistrate court Farrell was arrested on charge of receiving stolen prop erty in early September He wa released on bond and later re arrested Salina second charge Subsequently police on th Farrell wa bound over for trial in distric court on the first charge Th second one was dismissed be cause it grew out of the sam case James Sweet assislan ccunly attorney said Executive Dies CHICAGO AP Geral Kelly 63 a vice president o the Rock Island Railroad diet Monday night of an apparen heart attack in his room at h Union League Club Wheat Bean Prices Climb Oct 8 and to body heat has been found to be a sort of measurement of how you resist infection Laboratory experiments have provided evi dence that shows if you live in cool regions you are less likely o oybean futures advanced more you liye in the tropics IQn rtriA 1 i r ian one cent a bushel in active i Trade today Prices of other commodities i the exchange svere generally igher also The buying of soybeans was tributed by the trade to re torts of scattered rain in areas here harvesting is expanding nother incentive for buyers as an increase in export busi ess At the close wheat was to cent a bushel higher Decem ber corn was to igher December 102V4 oats ere unchanged to Vi higher Xjcember cents rye was lower to higher Decem er 112 and soybeans were VA higher November 250Vi lAXSAS CITV CASH OKAIV KANSAS CITY 4 can unchanged to up iu No 2 hard ani iark hard 143V HJK 3 No Corn 22 cars up 2 to 10 No white 150 No 3 1SS1W No 2 yellow A mixed iMH No 3 101115 Oats noni unchanged No 2 66i74 No 3 65i73l Mllo llaize 173176 Pye Rarley 05105 Soybeans 23SVi244 Sacked bran 42251300 Sacked 44754550 Wheat futures closed from up i to t KANSAS CITY FUTURES HUh jjju Clove 351J 134 134H Mar 13S lSSTi 137 13SV 139 137H 13SU Sep 0ti 139H 139T1 CIIICACO FUTCIIF3 CHICAGO Wheat Dec Mar May Sep Corn Dec Mir May Jul Sep Oatj Dec Mar High Low Prcv Close 1 2S 121i lM i 20 l32i 131 132H 131H lU 132J 13Ti 132i 137 135H 136i 135H 102 102 102K lC2i 106Ti 107i 107 iioa 110 110 113V 113 113H 113 im 113 114 114 Jul Rye Dec Mar May Jal 61 62 84 64 63i 63 61 62 112K llin LIB 115i 115V4 115U lmi JlSt 116T 116H 11S llTi 11TH 1174 Sovbeans Nov 251H240S 25014 2SOH Jan 2Sli 2S3H 254 Mar 25SH 257 2571 2S7H Maj 2GO 25QV2601 Jul 261 25914 269s 25014 AUR 25514 Sep 244U 2131 2441 242H KANSAS CITV LIVESTOCK KANSAS CITY Cat Ite lSOO calves 60 choice steers 26252725 mixed good anil choice 25752625 choice heifers 25002600 mixed good and ctiolce 24002300 choice 500700 lb feeder steers 2625 Sm 700900 Ib 25002650 good 500900 lb 23502600 HOK SOOO barrows and gllu 23 215245 Ib IS BO75 2I 200 250 Ib 182550 34 250265 lb 180025 Sheep 300 choie anil prime wooled lambs 24502550 prime 25752600 KANSAS CITY PRODUCE KANSAS CITY AP Whole ale egss laree SO rer cent A mediums JO per cent A 31SS Buttrr unchanged crarte A Ih solid 79 prarte A lb quarters sn CHICAGO LIVE BFKF CATTLE Supplied by GoKe ard Carkener Inc Prev Open High Low Close Close 2722 2722 2712 2717 2712 2625 2635 2625 2639 2620 2372 2SSO 2570 2580 2570 2555 2560 2555 2555 2555 2552 2555 2552 2552 2545 Oct Dec Feb 69 Apr 63 June CHICAGO CHICAGO API Butter 93 Score AA 67492 A S7i 90 B B6 SO C 60j Cars 50 B 66H S9 C 62 Eggs SO per cert or better crade A whites 40i mediums 37 standards 38 checks 24 MARKET SFMMAKY YORK AP Markets at a dance Stocks Trrepularly lower In rnmlerate trading CHICAGO pood demand Titc rally light trade good trade Batcher lower re ccl ptsl500 top 20JO Siaughtfir re ceipts 800 top M50 SAIINA LOCALMARKETS Tuesday 15 CORNS95 tlOO St45 Poultry Heavy Hens lus Light Hens 5c Old Roosters 5c Blltterfitl Premlun Jsc FirsU Soc Current receipts ISc ure of 65 degrees and then in jected with the same organisms The cool room mice required our times the dosage that the lotroom mice received before they succumbed All other fac ors such as diet and general health were the same for both groups Only the temperatures vere different The Weather and You Cool Areas Could Be Healthier By CARL RIBLET Jr The ease with which you lose treme west partly cloudy Forecasts KANSAS Partly cloudy to cloudy north west and extreme west to night Wednesday general ly fair northwest and ex lo than if laboratory mice were period of three weeks They f were then jected with doses of organf isms that them low An other group of mice was adapted to a labor atory room tempera Riblet Wins Prize Mrs R 0 Hodges 525 E Cloud won worth of pro ducts Monday at the Cock Paint Co 116 N Santa Fe She now is eligible to compete or a prize Oct 21 at the com panys home office in Kansas City Mo Cook Paint company sponsors the drawings during spring and fall paint sales with chance of showers in forenoon east and south central Cooler tonight Lows around 40 extreme northwest to 1 o w 50s southeast Cooler south east and extreme east Wednesday Highs around 60 northwest to low 70s southeast ZONE FORECASTS Zones 456 Cloudy and cooler with a chance of thundershowers or rain tonight Partly cloudy and cool Wednesday Low tonight in the mid 40s Zone t Ellis nuaacn RUSH Barton Counties 6 Smltn Jewell Republic Washington Rooks Mitchell Cloud and Counties Zone f saline McPheraon Rice tllswortb Lincoln Ottawa Dlcktnaoa and ilarlon Countlei Rain probabilities tonight and Wednesday Zones 456 40 and 20 SALINA WEATHER City Airport Temp at i pm 67 Min Tuesday 61 Max Mon day 78 FAA Reported at 1 pm Bar ometer 2980 falling Wind SSW 20 mph Relative Humidity 87 percent Lowest this date 26 in 1917 highest 96 in 1923 Wednesday sunrise am sunset pm Airport Temperatures By Monday I j am FAA 2 pm 4 5 6 7 2 71 s es 9 67 10 65 11 Tuesday 12 roon VI Midnight 63 1 pm Weather Throughout The Nation By THE ASSOCIATm His1 Ixiw Jr Albany cloudy 59 49 05 Albuquerque clear 79 48 Atlanta cloudy 7 53 Bismarck rain 6S 38 T Boise clear 57 28 Hospital Admissions Asbury 24 pm pm St Johni 24 pm pm Asbury Mrs Robert E Oni fer 829 Sherman Mrs Wil Boston cloudy 5 48 Buffalo cloudy 57 41 Chicago cloudy 64 46 Cincinnati cloudy 55 43 Cleveland clear 56 33 Denver cloudy 70 41 Des Mollies cloudy gs 55 Detroit cloudv 63 46 Fairbanks clear 37 22 Fort Worth cloudy 79 66 Helena cloudy s 34 Honolulu clear 89 72 Indianapolis clnar M 41 Jacksonville cloudy S7 71 Juneau rain 44 40 Kansas City cloudy 75 56 Los Angeles cloudy 74 63 95 Louisville Hear Memphis cloudy Miami cloudy Milwaukee cloudy cloudy j New Orleans clear New York clear Okla City cloudy Omaha cloudy Philadelphia clear Phoenix clear Plttsbureh clear Pilnd Me cloudy Ptlnd Ore cloudy Rapid City cloudy Richmond clondy St Louis clear Salt Lk City clear San Diego clouily San Fran clear Seattle clear cloudv Washington clear Winnipeg cloudy 57 fie 53 57 SI 58 4g 56 SI 08 74 fi 6S 52 30 11 60 73 53 70 43 02 SI 64 57 40 7 M W 40 02 69 44 76 48 67 44 60 36 70 53 65 ST 36 42 71 69 50 53 41 Dr Berry Is KWU Speaker Dr Daryl Berry Topeka will be a guest speaker at the Kan sas Wesleyan university chapter of the Student Education asso ciation at 7 tonight Berry is associate secretary for professional relations and state student consultant for the Kansas State Teachers associa tion His topic will be You and Your Professional The meeting will be in McAd public d s Hospital Dismissals Asbury Oscar Nelson 2054 LamberLson Mrs Esther A Johnson 150 S 9th Mrs Ollie A Johnston 628 Gypsum Ver non 0 Liby Minneapolis Mrs liam Hoard Clay Center LawRoberta C Hoard 901 W Lin roln Mrs Mario Ti Ciitn rPac rence J Kowalski 642 S 5lh Elise Bosch 1518 Haven Rich ard D Watson 1108 N 8th Mrs Ralph D Seeley Abilene Mrs Edwin Tiemann Hering ton Mrs Douglas Constable Bennington Mrs Charles Hus selman 1941 Larson Mrs Bob Otting 434 Purdue Mrs Don ald McCune 335 S 10th Mrs Keith Suelter Westfall Zona Ji Hays 1325 Gypsum Darrel R Wiles Beloit Wesley A Kel ler Hope Robert W Kilgore 707 W Ash Alice L Richards 446 S llth St Johns Orville L Allen 1114 N 5th Mrs Pearl Brann 430 W Crawford Chester A Cassell 701 E Elm Tony B Hawes 932 Custer Jerry Kel ey Salina RFD 1 Mrs Leland P Letourneau 908 S Santa Fe Mrs Lloyd D McCail 218 Hart land Albert J McLean 1410 Highland Mrs Ronald R Ped de 501 E Crawford Mrs Clark C Pierson 344 N Columbia Lee B Price 640 E Iron Alfred Werth 432 Montrose Mrs Ern est L Williams 512 Rahm Mrs Donald Wilson 731 Osage Dav id W Ault Colby Mrs Oliver Bolte Lincoln Mrs Edith V Breen MiltonvaJe Junior L Freeman Abilene Vincent Hra be Plainville Charles E Ko zel Glasco David P LaRue Hays Daniel R Meysenburg Abilene Mrs John E Morgen ams center and is open to the stern Russell Augustus P Win ters Chapman coin Mrs Marie D Stirn Tes ott Mrs Paul Kohman Hope Mrs Carl Rundquist 1924 High land Mrs James Rutz Hope Mrs Carol Tillberg Salina RFD 1 Mrs Melvin Cailteux and baby boy 424 E Kirwin Mrs Doyle W Waddell and baby girl 1502 Haven John W Nor 429 S Connecticut Mrs Viola M Hancock 1624 Dover Circle Mrs H R Harmon 1423 W CloudFrances M Ander son 884 S 10th Scott Hahn 315 Reed St Johns Edward E Ben in 1423 Cloud Circle John R Johnson 133 Wisconsin Mrs Jack Lundstrom 215 N Colum bia Mrs William Peterson 1118 Park Annette M Searle 916 Johnstown Verner C Smith sr 641 Neal Howard W Wil son 1117 E Ash Mrs Donald E Baker Abilene Clarence J Bartsch Minneapolis Leo F Benjamin Talmage Renee L Finney Lindsborg Harry A Marsteller Abilene Robyn R Pauley Herington Harold F Thompson Junction City Wil liam W Weishaar Abilene Births Girls Mr and Mrs Steven Hanson 1719 Beach 7 Ibs 9 or Oct 7 Asbury Mr and Mrs Robert E Onifer 829 Sher man 6 Ibs 2 oz Oct 7 As bury Boys Mr and Mrs Lloyd 13V4 oz Oct 7 St Johns Mr and Mrs Ronald R Pedde 501 E Crawford 7 Ibs 6 oz Oct 7 St Johns Building Permits A T Hultberg addition to pri vate garage at 8J3 Sheridan 400 Ernest Davidson add patio roof to home at 1108 Slack McKee Gardens swimming pool at 848 Sunrise Drive Courts Municipal Traffic Stop signs lights Theodore Beineke 833 McAdams Rd Hattie M Knox Culver Improper parking RL Cline New Cambria Faye Clausen no address Speeding Rodney E Lantz Solomon Linda L Fosnot KWU James L Fagan 1108 N llth Stop lights signs Donell L Weiser Great Bend Stan ley D Smith Abilene Ray mond Devinish 606 McAdams Rd Charles W Ponting 309 Anderson Improper parking Mjchaelson Construction Co South Salina Industrial area Edward Russ 912 Osage Illegal backing or starting parked vehicle Louis Hanson Manhattan Beckley E Brann Overland Park Jean Mitchell Canady Junction City Mary Ann Lett Chapman 55 No drivers license Donald Lse Howard 410 W Lincoln Mary Ann Kilgore Dade county Fla S50 Lindsborg following to Terry G Shubtrt Plain ville excessive noise Lester L Christensen McPherson no headlights on while driving at night John G Whitaker Smolan illegal right turn Magistrate Jerome Powell Miami Fla transporting open liquor bottle in car Robert L Spencer Abilene driving while intoxicated and no driveri licease Magistrate Traffic Speeding Nicholes A Winters Concordia Edwin L Jones Centerville Ind Glenn N Poulton 744 Sheridan Linda S Smith 221 S 4th Other Donald Lee Howard 410 W Lincoln no drivers li cense Divorces Filed Yvonnne vs Donald Wesley Jukes charges extreme cruelty gross neglect seeks custody of child Alarms pm Monday 424 N 2nd car fire ownerUlysses Mar shall fire began inside ear ap parently as the resultof an electrical short in wiring dam age estimated at am Tuesday 634 N 13th occupant Delores J Buck ley owner William Shank 313 W Crawford fire began in ga rage destroying portions of the building and spread to the house destroying a closet and its contents as well as scorch ing cabinets and ceiling in the kitchen area no one was horns at the time cause of fire un D McCail 218 Hartland 7 Other Paul S known and damage estimate not Danielson yet determined Deaths and Funerals HOWARD E CLEMENTS daughter and a sister Mrs Bill The funeral for Howard Eu Dowd formerly of Salina and vi ij Ljcunia uiiu gene Clements 48 a former Sa now living in Kansas City Mo was Monday at Una resident Vermillion He was born Sept 12 1920 in Lincoln county His parents the late Wallace and Ruth Clements were longtime residents of Sa lina He graduated from Salina high school and attended Kansas Wes leyan university before entering the Navy He returned from the service and attended Kansas State university where he grad uated Since 1951 he had lived n LaMarque Tex and was em ployed by the Monsanto Co Tex as City Tex as a research chemist Survivors include the widow a The Speaker Slipped Up The diners were there all 138 of them The food was there too But the afterdinner speaker was missing So the Salina Knife and Fork lub went home Monday night from McAdams dining hall at Kansas Wesleyan fed but unin structed Dr Ronald Meridith a King man psychologist was scheduled to talk When John Van Gundy reached him by telephone after long wait Meridith said he had forgotten the engagement His planned address was entitled How to Avoid the The best way might be to for get to keep the appointment Mrs Fern Lindsley secretary of the Salina Knife and Fork club said Topeka headquarters for the circuit promised restitu tion will be made to the mem bers Its the first time something like this has happened in the Knights B Rap Lindsborg Sacred Heart high schools B football team ran over Lindsborg B 31 to 0 Monday Jim scored two touchdowns for the young Knights going 55 yards for one tally Mike Lindenmuth John Loner j gan and Tom Glover all added Farrell is free on bond 6pointers and GloVers kicked history of the years she said 20 a PAT Glovers score came on a 31 yard pass from Jim Foley Sacred Heart B will be home against Abilene Monday night at Martin stadium Arraigned on Assault Charge Leigh Lengle Blouch 31 410 E Prescott was arraigned on a charge of rape Tuesday in Magistrate court Judge Lou Tickel scheduled Blouchs preliminary hearing for 10 am Oct 16 Blouch is be ing held in the Saline county jail in lieu of a bond A 52yearold Salina wom an charges that Blouch assault ed her Saturday Attending the funeral was Mrs 3arl Mong 166 N Broadway a cousin of Mr Clements MRS MARY WESSUNG BELOIT Mrs Mary J Wes sling 95 Beloit died Monday the Mitchell County hospital Beloii after a brief illness Be cause of a broken hip she used a wheel chair for 15 years Born Oct 25 1872 at Mishaw aka Ind she was a longtime resident of Beloit Mrs Wessling was a member of St Johns Ro man Catholic Church ahd the La dies Guild both at Beloit Survivors include four sons Tred Paul and Joe all of Be oit and Arnold Long Beach Calif and 18 grandchildren The funeral will be at 10 am Thursday at the church the Rev John Lahey officiating Burial will be in the church cemetery The Harrison funeral home Beloit is in charge Legion of Mary rosary will be 4 pm and Jie parish rosary at pm Wednesday at the funeral home WALTER C BUTCHER Funeral arrangements for Walter C Butcher 65 201 E Minneapolis are pending at Rush Smith funeral home Mr Butcher died Monday at St Johns hospital after a long illness He was born April 4 1903 in Solomon He had lived in Salina since 1925 He retired in June after 44 years of service with the Union Pacific railroad At the time of his retirement he was a switchman and yardmas ter He was a member of the First Baptist Church Railroad Train men of America and the Old Timers club After his retirement he oper ated a used and antique book store Survivors include the widow Mma of the home a daugh ter Mrs William Mitchell 249 N Penn two brothers Ken neth Abilene and Claude Lake Oswego Ore a sister Mrs Raymond Homman Ulysses and three grandchildren The family suggests memori als to the Saline County Can cer Society Friends may call at the fu neral home If you The 69 Ford is the car creating ail the talk And wrwi a car packs crowds Into our show rooms and sets sales records this fast you ought to know the reiMtom i Trte 69 Ford the road wtth a track wife CadBtoc smooths your rkM with a longer than Chevrolet This 69 LTD is designed to ride quieter than the LTD that was than Rolls Royce The 1969 Fotit has more front headroom tegroom and trunk f space than costing hundreds of dollars mom With a completely redesigned front pmaiitfjr com partment so calls it the Front Room Yet even with a longer whMlhm the 1969 ford te easier to fewidta to A t is a new Ford at very popular price Big Strong Quiet A great road car H could change the war you fhlnk about a tot of cars Drive one at your ftod Dealers now V Send your news tip lo the Sa lina Journal in prizes every week Faces Death KINSHASA Congo AP Congolese rebel leader Pierre Mulele was sentenced to death by a special military court to day after a 15hour trial The SOS Has Free Delivery SALINA OFFICE SUPPLY 129 80 Santa Pe Phone TA 64771 1969 LTD by Ford 2Door Hardtop onyourFbrd Dealer rrs nrc GONG IHWOI MERCURY LINCOLN 340 N Santa Salina Kansas TA 32237   

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