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Arkansas City Traveler (Newspaper) - December 21, 1970, Arkansas City, Kansas Grain futures sharply lower Market into higher ground prices on the Arkansas City Kan daily traveler monday december 21, 1970 Travelette late stocks mixed Side Chicago a soybean Ana Gram futures prices were Sharp in lower in Early dealings today. One opening wheat was a to 2% cents a Bushel lower. December 1.66v4 Corn was i to cents lower december 1.491/2 Oats were i to iv4 cents lower March 80 cents and soy Beans were in to 2% cents lower january 2.98. New York Stock prices steer Henri up # Catt a 500 steers and heifers not established cows fully steady cows h y and commercial 17.50 19.50 High dressing to 21.00. Hogs 1,000 Barrows and gilts j5, is Quot i 12 210-230 la 16.75 fib 16-25-75 2-3 240-270 7 a sows 50 higher u-75-12.50 300-5��j,b a a �?o-i2 2-3 400-500 Lack Quot ,500�?~550 a 10.25-11.00. Sheep too lambs scarce steady ewes not tested wooled lamps Choice and prime 23.00 Choice end of prime 22.50-23.00. Apical markets wheat. .$l39 Maurer Neuer meat packers daily Market report dec. 21, 1970 the hog Market today 75 cents higher mixed grades us no. 2�?Ts, 3�?Ts, amp 4�?Ts, 210-240, $15.75-$16.25 sorted us no. 2�?Ts, 210-240, $16.50 Grade amp yield no. 2�?Ts, 210-240, $16.75 sows 300-575. 50 cents higher $8.00-$11.25 boars 200-600, steady $5.00-$8.00. Agnew is willing step to out continued from Page i looking at me with a fishy Agnew said that he is considering new ways to increase his communication with the nations youth after the 1970 election Campaign a wiped out any Chance for an atmosphere that was conducive to that Type of Effort. A the distressing thing to me about Contact with students is that it is impossible to go and speak to Large numbers of students at least it has been and maybe this is going to a he said the a leftist minority of students the very militant minority keep telling us that we re not listening. What they really mean is that we re not accepting the Validity of their advice. We re listening and we re exercising our prerogatives As elected representatives of the people not to follow their suggestions because we done to think they Are Good Agnew called sen. Charles Goodell of new York who lost his bid for reelection in november after being opposed by the Nixon administration a a unique a the did no to always disagree he made a career out of disagreeing a said Agnew. A the utilized his departures from the president As a Cornerstone on which he built his Travelette mrs. Alice Brant Gouda Springs was honoured with a Coffee in the Home of mrs. Mildred Thompson on the morning of dec. 17. Guests included mrs. Hilma Unruh mrs. Margaret Warner mrs. Twila Holloway mrs. Faye Daniel mrs. Maxine White and mrs. Verda Wentworth. Mrs. Brant was presented a bouquet of Flowers. I m a kept woman. The Walters Bros. School of hair styling keep me beautifully coiffure at Low Low prices. Call 442-3140 for an appointment. Admiral Allied Challis Chal Alcoa am airline a Cyan id am motors am t4t Ampex corp Anaconda at Rich fld Atlas chem Avo up beat ads Beech air Boeing co celanese up Cessna air Chrysler cities Sec lbs. Comsat cont can cont Oil Cor go Curtiss Wrt Dow chm Dupont East Kodak Echlin of Emerel Firestone fac up Ford m Gen Dyn Gen elec Gen Mot Gen telex Goody Grace greyhound Gulf Oil Halliburt Hercule Horn est be ism a last net 7% 22% 13% 57 �4 20% 34 5v 49 17% 20% 64% 23 �4 Llvy 35% 11% 13% 61 a a 15% 27% 45% 27% 49% 40% 30% 182 Iova 70% 127% 73 a 30% 65% 48% 23% 54% 18 91. 79 a 29% 31 a 28% ,. 14%. 30 47 42% 24 317% late chg. D % d % u d u d d d d d u d u d d d d u d d d d i u d d u d d u % a a % % % % % a % % % % % % % % % % % % % a a % Vava % d d d u d d d u d u 2 police notes Arkansas City police investigated an Accident saturday at 9 55 . In the 400 Block on South a St. That was Between a parked car owned by Merton e. Darnall 1311 n. First St., and a car driven by Ronald e. Norton 17, 324 w. Jefferson ave. Damage to the Darnall car was estimated at $500 and at $900 to the Norton vehicle. Norton was issued a summons for inattentive driving. David c. Burright 1112 s. Summit St., brought to the police station a Brown leather Billfold he found in the 200 Block on s. Summit St. Louis a. Wamego 419 e. Tyler reported someone stole a minibike from the front porch at his Home sometime Friday night. The Bike was listed at a $150 value. Carters live bait House 800 e. Madison ave., reported saturday vandalism to a Metal sign. Damage was listed at $25. There was an Accident saturday at 9 . In the 300 Block on s. First St. That was Between a parked Asphalt truck being driven by Preston d. Sims 39, Moore okla., and a truck driven by George n. Hunter 18, 612 n. Seventh St. Damage to the parked truck was listed at $200 and no damage was reported on the Hunter vehicle. Alvena c. Montgomery 62, 800 s. Eighth St., reported she backed her car into a Stone Wall Friday about 10 59 . In the parking lot in the 200 Block on s. First St. Damage was minor. Gale g. Paton 1310 n. Second St., reported the theft of a .22-caliber Winchester Rifle from the Back seat of his parked car. The Rifle was valued at $45. Firemen Are called twice on weekend were the Arkansas City firemen summoned twice Over weekend. First alarm was saturday at 5 23 . To the Jerold Young Home 1026 North d St. A stopped up flu in a fireplace was causing smoke in the House. There was no fire. Second alarm was sunday at 1 49 ., to the Home of mrs. . Humbert 404 South b St. A pan left on the stove caused the House to fill with smoke. There was some damage to the stove a Wall and a Cabinet in the Kitchen. The siege of Troy lasted to years according to legend. You make a tape yourself 8 track Only 25c per song at by to Home furnishings Center 114 North Summit plywood Cut to anysi2e Woods lumber co int Harv int Pap Kan be Kan pit Katy ind Kermig Litton ind Lone seem Marcor Martin Mcdonld mid Sutil Minnum Mobil Oil Monsanto Nat Bise Nat Gen congas okla be oklans Panama Wair nah up Penn cent Penney pc Phill pet proc Tom Ria Reynet Ryder by Safeway St Joe min St Regis a fend Sears r Sperry r stoical St Oilund St Oil no Texaco Timken trans w in Carbide in elec uniroyal us steel in Union West Al Woolworth air 27% 35% 26% 25% 8 a 105 19 2%% 29% 17% 19% 25% 95% 54% 32% 49 13% 52 26% 22% 11% 41 �4 5% 54% 29 is 571/2 26% 25% 36% 33% 26% 35 21 75% 23% 53% 52/2 711/2 34% 30% 121/8 38% 19% 20 a a 30�e 40% 65 36% d % d % d 1% u Viz d % % % d d d i d % d is u % u i d is u is d % u % u % Tommy w. Whyte Dies Tommy Wayne Whyte 17, it. 4, died sunday morning in memorial Hospital. He was born aug. 27, 1953 in Arkansas City. An Honor student he was a senior at Arkansas City High school. He was a member of St. Paul methodist Church. He was the son of or. And mrs. Melvin j. Whyte it. 4. Survivors include the parents a maternal grandmother mrs. Walter Wilson 1109 s. Sixth St., and several aunts and uncles. Funeral services will be tuesday at 2 30 . In Rindt memorial Chapel with the revs. F. William Price and Charles Claycomb officiating. Burial will be in Riverview cemetery. Do average ahead 0.89 new York apr the Stock Market after opening mixed stepped gingerly onto higher ground today. At noon the Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was ahead 0.89 at 823.66. Winners on the new it York Stock Exchange led losers by approximately a to to 9 margin. Analysts said they were encouraged that the Market was Able to overcome the profit taking pressure which they said inevitably develops after a period of sustained Advance. The Market was mixed in the first hour of trading today with advances on the big Board leading declines by the slender est of margins. The Dow Jones Industrial average was slightly in minus territory then. At noon the associated press 60-Stock average was up .2 at 279.7. Industrials were up .1, rails were up .1 and utilities were up .2. Among the associated presses selected groups of stocks the Only issues showing a definite trend were airlines which were lower and electronics which were higher. Glamour stocks were mixed. Among individual issues Federal National mortgage was off 1% at 64%. A news report today said Fannie Mae a fourth Quarter earnings May be below expectations. And Sears Roebuck was up % at 73% following a report that its fourth Quarter earnings and sales would be at record Levels. Drizzle will end tonight Topeka apr considerable freezing drizzle in the northeastern Quarter of Kansas made driving hazardous this morning for work bound motorists and the Highway patrol warned motorists to remain on guard during the Day especially on Bridges and overpasses. The drizzle a which froze in the Northeast but also covered the Southeast a was expected to end tonight. However a new weather system moving in from the West tonight is expected to produce More precipitation and the weather service held out Little Hope for any general improvement in the weather pattern for tuesday. Only the Northwest Comer and the Wichita Region did not report some form of precipitation this morning. Rain sunday night in Southeast Kansas dumped up to .29 of an Inch at Pittsburg .21 at Coffeyville .20 at Chanute and amounts around a tenth of an Inch at numerous other locations. Temperatures were forecast for the 30s and 40s today with lows tonight in the teens and 20s. $84,663 paid to Cowley by age Cowley county treasurer has received a property tax payment from pkg amp a the electric company of $84,663 for the first half of 1970. This payment is half of the company a total property tax Bill for 1970 of $169,327 for the municipalities in the county. This compares with $159,704 paid for 1969. Bill Stone pkg amp a division manager at Arkansas City explained that and Valorme or property tax payments made by the company Are in addition to state and Federal income taxes and City franchise taxes the company a total annual tax Bill is its biggest single expense. The property payments to Cowley county and 28 other counties in South Central and Southeast Kansas Are part of a total $6.8 million property tax Bill levied on pkg amp a properties for 1970. This is up almost half a million dollars from 1969, the manager said and More than double the amount paid to years ago for 1970. Amateur athletes Only the most talented athletes in strictly Amateur sports such As track Field swimming gymnastics etc., remain in Competition past the age of 25, while some professionals continue past 40, according to encyclopaedia Britannica. Say merry Christmas and decorate too with one of our Large collection of. A Beautiful clothes hampers perfect for Christmas gifting yes we have it Bryant hardware 102 South Summit 442-0030 shop every night till 9 00 close Christmas eve at 5 30 . Christmas Pant suits put a Pant suit or one piece jump suit under the tree for her Christmas. Choose from our Large collection of Lovely fashions. You la find just the right color and style to please her. Sizes 6 to 20. Pant suits $28.00 to $70.00 a a a wet a u ii 2sfl� jump suits $20.00 to $44.00 he ant y Hose Beauty Mist Plain knit stretch sheer Heel reinforced toe. Colors Anglo blonde Brown Mist Taupe Mist off Black. Sizes Petite medium medium tall tall. 1.75 Hanes Vantrece panty Hose sheer Heel Demi toe colors Barley there Barley Black Dawn Taupe Gen Lebrown sizes Petite medium medium tall tall. 3.00 Sale i v Sale i ladies % i m of girls i car i a j it and boys Al Coats i Coats i Quot Al 25% off of i 25% off i men s outer Wear reduced 20% off or. And mrs. Charles Crane formerly of Arkansas City now of saudi Arabia were Here last week visiting his Mother mrs. Myrtle Crane. Crane who has been working for arabian american Oil co. For Over 16 years and his wife Are joining their three children in Vermont for the holidays. Victor is a student at Tulane University in new Orleans Steven is a Cadet at Staunton va., military Academy and Rebecca is at Fairfax Hall in Waynesboro a. The cranes will return to saudi Arabia Jan. 8. The infamous Teapot dome scandal of the 1920s was named after a Rock formation on one of the Oil reservations involved. Page 3 area deaths Guy s. Robertson Sedan services for Guy s. Robertson who died tuesday were held Friday at 2 30 . At Miles funeral Home with Rev. Don Harper officiating. Mrs. Lucite Littrell and mrs. Pat Bailey were vocalists with mrs. Roy Prather As organist pallbearers were Earl Kelly Bob Bailey Carl Appleby Roy Roach Chester Hobart and George Mitchell. Burial was in round Mound cemetery with military rites conferred by Kemp Barnes american legion Post no. 201. Though the average length is five to six feet the giant guitar fish can reach to feet or More and weigh More than 500 pounds. Pre Christmas clearance hurry a limited quantities Christmas gift ideas portable hair dryer. .>13�?� electric hair setter. >17�?� portable electric mixer Sam steam amp dry Iron. Electric can opener $12�?� amp ice Crusher. >16�?� 4 slice toaster >19�?� deluxe mixer. >285� stainless steel coffeemaker .>12�?� Poi sold irk col sold Iker. .$5�?� stainless steel Coo Wear >13�?� Teflon Coo Wear. 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