The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on September 15, 1971 · Page 2
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JHarket Prices Close Lower for Fourth Day YORK (AP) - Stock prices closed lower NEW market Tuesday for the fourth straight day in dull trading. "ITie Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was off 7.74 at 901.65. This brought the total decline since Wednesday to some 19 points. Analysts said they expected the market to continue to show caution until President Nixon reassured investors as to what course the economy might take when the wage-price freeze ends. So far, the President has not announced his new program. Many investors were sitting on the sidelines, analysts pointed out. So even slight selling pressure tended to drive prices sharply lower because no buying support was available, they explained. Volume on the New York Stock Exchange totaled 11.42 million shares, up slightly from the 10.10 million of Monday. Of the 1,704 stocks traded on NEW YORK (AP) — Standard end Poor's 500 Stock Index; High Low Close N.C. 4JS Indusrtlals 110.83 109 .35 109.72 —.81 20 Railroads 47.94 47.20 47.34 —.54 55 Utilllles 57.45 5«.57 54.84 —.33 SCO Stocks 100 .35 98.99 99 .34 —.73 818 vssvvryyr 1* l» ai vssvvyyx NEW YORK (AP) — Closing New York Stock Exchonga Index: Market —32 cents Index 54.94 -0.42 indostrlsl 59,10 -0.46 Transportation 48.13 —0.54 Utility 37,71 —0.15 Finance . 72.10-O.70 WHAT STOCKS DID NEW YORK (AP) Prev. Today day Advances 401 , 543 Declines 1012 811 Unchanged 291 344 Total Issues 1704 1698 New 1971 highs 28 34 New 1971 lows 22 23 NEW YORK (AP) — Closing over the counter U.S, Government Treasury txtnds, bid, asked, net chano« and yield for Tuesday. 3 %s 71 99.28 100.4 ... 3M 45 72 Feb 99.18 99.24 ... 4.43 2' is 72-47 Jun ...98.2 98.6 ... 4.99 4s 72 Aug 98.20 98,24 ... 5.41 2"7S 72.67 Sep ....97.2 97.10 +.4 6.30 2V35 72-67 Dec ....96.10 96,18 +J 5.39 4S 73 96.26 97.2 —.2 6.60 4Vas -73 ;..94.1< 96.22 +.2 5.T7 4V B S 74 95M 964 +JI 6.84 41:15 74 95.24 96.2 —.2 5.87 3%s 74 93.24 94.8 ~4 5.89 43 80 86.20 87. ... 5.97 3Vjs eo 82.8 84.24 -.4 5.95 75 81 105J 105.24 +.12 6.21 3Vas 83-78 78 77 -A 6.01 3 '-iis 85 74 77 -.4 5 .69 41/4S 85-75 80.28 BlJtS -.4 6.12 Prices quoted In dollari and 32di. Subject to Fedwat taxn but not to Stat* Income taxes. the Big Board, 401 advanced, and 1,012 declined. There were 28 new highs and 22 new lows. The Big Board index of some 1,300 common stocks fell 0.42 to 54.96. Declines spread throughout the list, with all categories showing price drops. The Associated Press 60-stock average dropped 2 .5 to 330.0 with industrials down 4.5, rails off 1.5, and utilities down 0.5. There were 73 blocks of 10,000 shares or over traded on tlie Bi^ Board, compared with a revised total of 61 Monday. Averages TREND OP STAPLE PRICES NEW YORK (AP) — The Associated Press weighted wholesale price Index of 35 commodities declined to 187.54 Previous Day 187.79, Week Ago 187,32, Month Ago 187,43, Year Ago 194,29, 1971 1970 1949 1 948 High 191,27 1 94,34 185,80 166,72 Low 184,58 185,35 164.29 159,62 (926 average equals 100) STOCK AVERAGES Complied by The Associated Press 30 IS 15 <0 Ind. Ralls Util. Stocks Net Change ... —4.5 —1,5 —,5 —2,5 Tuesday ,. 479,7 1 99.7 1 33/. 330.n Prev, Day 484.2 201,2 134,1 332,5 Wek Ago 488,2 203,3 135,7 335,7 Month Ago 478.8 182,4 134.5 321,4 Year Ago 394.3 109.4 124,0 249,6 1971 High 505.5 203,3 152.2 336,.t 1971 Low 438.8 1 33,0 132,0 288,1 1970 High 444.1 143.5 145.6 290,6 1970 Low 334,3 95,8 113,2 221,7 BOND AVERAGES Complied by The Associated Press 20 10 10 10 10 Ralls Ind. Utii. Fgn. L.Yd. Net Change —.1 +A +A ... +.Z Tuesday 50,6 81.8 84.9 91.8 79.4 Prev. Day . 50.7 81.7 84,8 91,8 79,3 Week Ago . 50,0 81.9 84.7 91.8 78.8 Month Ago . 48.5 81.1 84.0 92.9 77.8 Year Ago . 49.9 75.8 78,9 87,4 72,8 1971 High . 51.3 84.1 85.5 93.1 80.9 1971 Low . 48.1 79.7 B2.5 88.4 77.2 1970 High . 57.2 82.4 83,0 91,4 77,9 1970 Low . 44.7 74.1 75.2 87.4 71.3 DOW JONES AVERAGES New York(AP)Flnal Dow-Jones averages STOCKS Open High Low Close Not 30 Ind 907.93 911.73 898^8 901.45— 7.74 20 Trn 243.59 244.62 241.12 241.88 — 2.01 IS Utl 112,31 113,02 111.36 111.96— 0.42 65 Stk 311.01 312.42 307.9 309.03— 2.40 Transactions In stocks used in averages: Indus 1,031,100 Tran 450,900 Utlls 200,400 65 Stk 1 682,400 BONDS 40 Bonds 71.44-O.05 10 Higher grade rails 51.69—0.27 10 Second grade rolls 44.71-1^0,15 10 Public Utilities 86,65-0.07 10 Industrials 82.71 Unch Income rails 52,13-0.13 Commodity futures Index 140.10+0.33 NEW YORK (AP) - Tuesday's selected New York Slock Exchange prices; Sales " Net (hds.) Hlglt Low Cloto Chg. AbbtLb 1.10 29 47 661/4 -II ACF ird 2.40 24 57 '/i 57 '/ti 57'/! + '/j Ad Minis .20 11 13V< 13 13 - % Understanding the funds "Understanding the Mutual Funds" describes the principles, application and types of Mutual Funds. It also describes the manner in which carefully selected mutual funds may be used as a possible hedge against inflation by investors in virtually every income category. Investors and non-investors who are concerned with either trying to generate additional income or creation of an estate may find "Understanding the Mutual Funds" unusually pertinent. For your free copy, use the coupon below or telephone any registered repi-esenta- tive at B. C. Christopher. You might be amazed by what you and Christopher can discover. Our Registered Representatives Dave Johnston, Mgr. • Willard Nuzum William Terry • Bettc .1. Ilostctlcr Steve Chalfanl • Fayne Ritterhousc When you go to market. Go Fully Informed. 1 UtMttH NtW VDIIK tlOtH UCHtNCl 29 West Ind Street, Hutchinson, Kansas Phone 663-5461 B. C. CHRISTOPHER CO. 29 West Second Hutchinson, Kansas 67501 EltiiliUtbod 1679 I I Please send me a complimentarj- copy of the B, C. I Christopher report described above. I Name I Address City t State Zip Address .60g 144 373 ,i 37 37 — 1 ,3 Admiral la \V\ 17% I71B Aetna Lfe 1 ,60 184 66Va 641 /i 64% —ii /4 Air Prod ,20b 24 55-1,4 55Va 55Va Air Red .<0g 130 21'/. 211/2 211/2 -'% Akzona la Xl3 42% 42 V2 421/2 + 1 /4 Aican Alum 1 301 18^ 18i/« 18% — % Alleg Cp ,I0g 34 14 13 ^/8 13% — 1/0 AlleqLud 1.40 17 23 221/4 22% — % AllegPw 1,36 49 221/4 213 /4 22 Allied Ch 1 .20 113 331/1 33% 331/2 —'1/0 AlliedStr 1 ,40 X52 351/2 351/4 35i ,i — % AtlisCh .203 73 13V4 13% 135,* — 1 /8 Alcoa 1 .80 40 52 511/2 51% — 1 /8 AMBAC ,50 50 121/3 12 '/4 12% — % AmHess ,22d 607 53% 52% 52% — % Am Alrl ,40p 503 35% 341 /3 34% - •% A Brnds 2 ,20 163 44% 43% 43% — 1/4 AmBdcst 1 ,20 131 451 /B 441/4 44% + % Am Can 2 ,20 177 33'/4 33'/2 — 1/0 ACrySug 1 .40 2 22% 22% 22% -y 1/0 A Cyan 1 .25 105 35 34% 34% — 1 /8 AmElPw 1,70 497 26W 26V» 261 /4 — % A Home 1 ,70 214 81% 80'/« 81 1/2 -fl Am Hosp ,26 SO 373/4 371/4 371/4 A MtlClx1,40 102 30% 301/2 301/2 - % Am Motors 202 IVi 7% 7% ANalGas 2 ,20 94 36% 361/11 361/0 —'% A Smelt 1 ,90 108 23'/ii TP/t 231/0 -1- '/o Am Stand .40 193 23% 223/4 23 - 1/4 AT&T v/t 620 81/4 8</i BVo Am T&T 2 ,60 993 43i/» 42% 431/0 + '1 /8 AMF Inc 1 194 39% 39% 39% AMP Inc ,64 90 61 V4 61% 613/4 + '1/4 Ampox Corp 72 17'/» 16% 17 + \'t Anacond ,50p 305 151 /j 15 151/4 — 1/4 Anch Hock 1 43 341 /j 34 34% — 1 /8 Ancorp ,48b 4 161 /j 16% 16% — 1/4 Apeco Cp .16 76 12 '/4 11% 11% - 1/4 Arch Dan 1 12 40 39 '/2 40 •V 1/4 ArmcoSn 1 85 18 '/4 IT ^t 18 — 1/0 Armst Ck .80 265 413 /4 41 41 — % AshldOil 1 .20 89 22 '/4 213 /4 221 /4 -H 1/4 Assd DG 1 .20 38 56% 551/4 551/4 —1 '/2 Atl Rlchfld2 229 72% 71 1/4 71 1/2 — % Atlas Corp 111 23/4 2% 2% Avco Corp 221 171 /a I61/2 163 /4 — f /2 Avnet .15g 152 iy/. 131 /2 133 /4 -t- Vo Avon Pd 1 .30 90 1003 /4 100 100% -f 1 /a B BabckW .50 116 39% 38% 391/4 •)- 1'4 Bait GE 1.82 35 301/4 30 30 - % BeatFds 1.16 58 41% 401/4 40l ''4 — 1 /4 Beckman .50 1 39i/« 391/. 391 'ii — 1 /8 Bendix 1.60 114 431 /j 43 43% 4- 1 /8 Bell How .60 55 45'/o 45 45 - 1 /8 BeechAlr .«) 59 16 '/i 15% 153 /4 + 1/4 BenedCp 1 ,60 81 61 6OI/2 60% - '/4 Benguet 51 61 /j 61/4 61/4 — '/8 Beth StI 1 ,20 961 253/4 24% 24% —1% Block HR .24 35 313 /4 31 311 /4 -f 1/4 Boeing Co .40 144 15% IS1/4 15% -(- % BolsCas .25b 313 27'/i 263 /4 26% — % Borden 1 .20 111 28% 28 28% -f Vo BorgWar 1 .25 46 27% 26'/j 261/2 — 1/2 BrIstMy 1 .20 239 61% 61'/j 611 /2 — '/o Brll Pet .39a 94 143 /4 14Va 141/j — % Brunswk .12 133 34% 343/4 343/4 Bucy Erl,20 31 31'/j 31% 31% Budd Co 30 13% 131 /2 131 /2 — % BulovaW .«0 54 20% 19% 193/4 H- 1/2 Bunkr Ramo 238 101/a 10 10 - % Burl Ind 1 .40 115 42% 42 42 - '/2 Burl No 1.12a 1638 55% 541/4 541/4 -IVo Burrghs .60 117 130 '/2 12V'A 129'/i -(- c Cadence Ind 12 8V» 7% 8 Cal Flnanl 11 8% 8 8 CampRLk .45 72 30 28% 30 -n% Camp Spl.lO 60 31% 31 31 '/4 + V, Caro PLtl.46 84 241/4 23% 23% — 3 /4 CarrlcrCp ,60 250 391/. 381/4 •38% -t- % CarlWal .40n 281 IBVi 17% 173/4 - % CasticCko ,60 45 171 /4 17 17 — Vo CatorTr 1 .40 86 551 /3 55% 55% — % CetanoseCp 2 61 78 77% 77% -f 1/4 Conco Ins .30 24 45 44% 441 /j -1- 1/0 ContSWst 2 71 43% 431/4 431/2 Cerro Cp .80 46 151 /j 151/4 15% -(- 1/0 Cor 1 -teed .80 19 33% 33% 33% — Vo CessnaAIr ,60 85 223/4 22yii 223/4 CFI Sll ,BOa 7 241/4 23% 241 /4 Cher, Ohio 4 72 691 /j 691 /j 691/2 ChlMll SPP 77 15% 15% 15% —'% ChlPncuT 2 24 431 /4 43 43 — % Chris Craft 34 61/2 61 /4 6I /4 — 1/4 Chrysir .60 330 301/1 29% 29% — % CIT Fini 2 304 46 45i.'4 45% — Vii ClIlosSvc 2,70 93 44% 44% 441/2 Clark Eql ,40 35 473/. 471 /4 471 /4 ClovElill 2 .24 74 351/11 34% 34% + ''/4 CocaCol 1.58 101 107 1053 /1 1053 /1 -11/4 Colg Pal 1.40 54 49% 483/4 49% — % Collins Rad 24 14% 143 /4 143/4 - Vo Cololnlst 1 ,60 17 301 /4 29% 29% - 1/4 CBS 1 .40b 440 451/4 441/2 44% — % Colu Gas 1 .76 121 331/11 323 /4 323 /4 — V» CmbEn 1 .40 221 69% 68 68% -|-l '/4 ComlSolv ,40 52 25% 251/1 25% — 1 /4 ComwE 2 ,20b 128 363/4 36 36% Com.int ,50 44 64 631/2 631 /4 —"% Con Edis 1,80 114 251/4 25 25 — Vn Con Fds 1,?0 156 48 471/2 471/2 — % ConNatG 1 ,08 49 28% 28 28 - 1 /8 Cons Power 2 43 303 /4 30% 304fl — 1/2 Cent Air Lin 74 16% 16% 16% — Vo Conl Can 1.60 64 367/11 36% 363 /4 — % Contl Corp 2b Xl43 47 451/0 47 -1 -11 /2 Com Oil 1 .50 230 31% 311 /4 31% ConlTol ,80 97 21 1/2 203/4 20% —'% Control Data 119 60% 59 591 /4 — % CorGIW 2 ,50a 12 244 243% 2431/2 —31/4 Cowlos Com SI 11% 113 /4 11% -1- % Cox Bdcst ,30 19 321/2 321 /0 321/4 — 1/4 CPC IntI 1 ,70 0282 323 /4 321/4 32% + Vn CrouseMInd 1 46 281/4 27% 28 - Vo CrowColl ,65f 72 11 1/0 11 11 I/O Crown Cork 105 19% 19% 19VB CrwnZell 1 ,20 52 32% 32% 32% — >A CurlissWrt 48 11% 111 /2 11% i>.i':-F Dan River 14 0% 81/4 81/4 - % Dart Ind ,30b 60 44 431/2 43 Vo DaycoCp 1 .14 9 18% 18% 10% - V4 DaytnPL 1 .66 63 241/4 233 /4 23% — 1 /8 Deoro Co 2 15 48% 48 40 — % Dot Mnto 1 ,10 32 233 /4 23% 23V2 Delta Air ,50 86 451/2 45 '/4 45^li + '% DpnnyRst ,84 01 T/, PA DotEdis 1,40 77 20% 19% 20 Vo Diam Sham 1 58 17V4 16% 171 -4 Dillon Co .80 6 22 21 1/2 211/2 — 1-! Disney ,20 179 114 112 112V0 —IV4 Diversind .36 50 10% 93/4 10 — 1/0 DrPepper ,40 21 33% 33% 33% -f 1/4 DomeMns ,80 140 663 /4 641 /3 663/4 •f21/2 Dov/Chm 1.80 136 74% 72 '/8 721 /2 -2 Drcssind 1 ,40 39 33% 33V3 333 /4 + 1/4 Duke Pw 1 .40 73 22% 22% 22% — 1 /3 rluPont 3 .75g 224 15«i /4 1543 /4 154% —IV4 Dug Lt 1 ,66 46 231/0 22% 23 — 1 /a Dynam Am 137 111/2 lIVo 11 1/0 — 1 /4 Easi Air Lin 202 19% 18% 19 — % EasKodak la 316 86V4 83% 837''o —23 /4 Baton 1 .40 668 44 43% 43Vo !/, EchlinMf .60 6 483 /4 483 /4 48% EG8 .G .10 35 251 /2 25 25 — Vj EIPasoNG 1 73 17% 17% 17% — Vo EitraCp 1 ,20 15 26'/) 26V» 26 Vo Emer El 1,16 83 74% 74% 741/2 —'% Essexint 1 .20 48 421 /4 41 1 /3 41 V2 — % Ethyl Cp .84 73 233 /4 231/* 23% — % EvansP .60b 160 483/4 481/0 48% + 1/4 Fairch Cam 170 40 -3 /4 30V4 39 '/4 -1V8 Fair Ind .ISg 21 9 8% 8% — Vo Fanstecl Inc 13 101/2 101/4 10 '/4 — 1/4 Feddcrs .50 238 451/2 44 '/2 44% FedDeptStr 1 144 481/4 47% 47 ^/0 — 1/4 Flitrol 1.40 2 23% 23 23 — % Firestne 1.60 1 56 551/0 55% — % Fst Chart 90 27% 26V2 27 — % Flintkote 1 44 30% 30 30 — 1/4 Fla Pov/ 1 ,68 I 25 43% 423 /4 431/4 — 1 /8 FlaPwLt 2.12 69 64% 64 64 — % FMCCp ,85 97 291 /3 2834 283/i —1 Food Fair .90 23 16 153 /4 15% — % Ford M 2,60 900 TOVj 69% 69% — V4 FreepMIn ,80 106 191/2 19 '/4 191 /4 — % Frontier 51/4 5% 51/4 53.4 Fruehf 1.70 48 38% 38 38 G GAC CD ,40p 64 14 13% 133.4 — V4 GAF Corp .40 195 20% 201/4 20% — % Gam Sko 1,30 186 41% 40% 41 Gannett ,48 45 59 581/4 581/2 + 1/4 Gen Dynam 47 211 /4 2OV2 20% — % GenElec 1,40 485 63% 62V2 6 '>3 /4 — % GenMllls ,96 124 361 /3 351/4 36% +1 GenMof 2,55g 586 84 83 83 — % G PubUt 1,<0 169 22% 22% 223 /4 -f '/o GnTelEI 1,52 416 31% 30% 30% — V2 Gen Tire lb 56 26% %26i /4 26% -1- Genosco 1,70 31 3IV4 30% 30% — 1/2 GaPaclf ,80b 119 54% 54 54 — 1/4 Gerber 1,30 94 50 49 49 -1% GettyO 1,13g 32 86V4 B5V2 86 Gillette 1,40 193 431 /4 421 /3 421 /2 — 1/4 Glen Aldon 79 8% 83 /4 83 /4 Global Marin 30 17 161/2 161 /2 — 1/4 Goodrich 1 130 33% 32% 331/4 — i/a r.oody .85 207 341/4 333 ,4 33% — % Gont W 1.50 282 651/4 65 65 — 1/3 Gt A8 .P 1.0 67 24% 24% 243 /a — % GtWest Flnl 326 23 273 /4 273 /4 GtWnUnIt ,90 59 27 261 /2 261 /2 — 1 /3 Gn Giant ,96 15 19% Wt 19% Geyhound 1 217 23% 23% 23% — V3 GummnCp 1 38 171 /4 16% 16 ^/0 — % Gulf on 1,50 433 28% 28% 28% — % GItStUtll 1.04 37 21% 21 21% GulfWn .60 134 27% 27 27V4 - % HI-J Halllbut 1.05 Hals Int 1 HeclaM .50f Hercules .75o Heublein .85 Hew Pack .20 HoernWal .90 Hoft Electro Holldyinn .25 HoliySug .30p Homestke ,40 HonywII 1,30 HousLP 1,32 Howmet ,70 IdahoPw 1,70 Ideal Bas ,60 ImprI Cp Am INACp 1,40 Inger Rand 2 Inland Sll 2 Inlrlkinc 1,00 IBM 5,20 Int Harv 1,40 InlMlner ,05g tnl Nickel 1 int Pap 1.50 IntT&T 1,15 Iowa necf Itok Corp Jewel Co 1.60 JotinMnn 1.20 JohnJoh ,40n JonLogn .80 JnnLauci .503 Joslens .70 Joy Mfg 1,40 Kalsr Alum 1 Kan GE l ..(4 KanPLt 1,38 Katy ind KayscrRo .60 Kennecott 7 KorrMcG ,60 KImbClk 1,20 KnghtN ,37g Koppors 1,60 Kraltco l./O KresgeSS .50 Kroger 1,30 LcarSlog .20 LchPCom .40 LohVal Ind Lehmn l,25o Levltz Furn LIbbOFd 2 LIbbMcNL LIggtMy 2.50 Ling Tom VI LIttonInd ,50t Lockheed Air Loews Corp 1 LonoStnrln 1 LonoSGa 1,36 LonglsLI 1,30 Lucky Sirs 1 Lucky Sir wl LukonsStl ,80 LVO Corp 24 67 66% 66% — % 44 60?4 6fl'/4 6OV4 72 171/2 163 /4 17V2 -f 1/2 109 51 50% 51 129 45% 44% 45 — % 32 41% 39% 39% —1% 2 22V2 221 /j 221/2 .., 13 141/4 13% 14 — V4 573 44 43% 43V2 — 'A 12 141 /3 141 /4 141/4 — Vo 349 263 /4 25 26% -H% 169 112 110% 1113 /4 — 3/0 52 45 44% 44% , 8 16 153 /4 153/4 — 1/4 31 33 32% 32% — >A 56 I81 /4. 18 18 — 1 /4 991 15 143 /4 143 /4 — 1 /4 212 553 /4 54% 55 -1 114 59 5BV4 5B1 /3 — V2 112 31% 31 31 — % 11 29 28% 28% — Vo 254 30OV4 299 2993 /4 — V4 197 283,ti 28 28 — Vi 134 1 634 16 163 /4 + '/i 666 32V2 31% %32% -207 351 /4 34% 341/2 — 3 ,4 483 56V3 56 46 20 26% 184 431 /4 403 /4 41 —2?i) 22 541/2 54% 541 /j -I- 1/2 41 40% 40% 40Vn — Va 74 91 -3/4 903 /4 90% — % 21 561 .3 56% 561 /3 -I- V? 15 151/2 151 /4 151/1 — I 'o 4 27'/o 27% 27-Vn — Va 117 63% 621 /3 621 /3 — 1W K-L-M \ 22 201 /4 281/4 281^ ... 6 24 24 54 - 3,ii 28 -1-13* 24 25 24% 35 11 V — 1/4 -I- i.-i — V2 33 113 /4 11'/i - , 7 231 /3 23V3 231/2 Vn 161 32% 31% 31% — % 62 45111 44Vo 451/0 + % 30 29% 291/2 291 /3 — 1 /4 4 70% 701/2 70% -Hl% 10 3434 34V4 34% — % 116 391 /3 38% 38% + i/n 254 95V3 931/2 931/2 —21/1 65 30% 301/2 30 ^11 + Vn 110 111/2 103 /4 10-3/4 — 12 16 15% 16 ... 23 41/4 4 41,4 ... . 68 17Vo 163 /4 163,4 — Vn 86 853 /4 B31/0 031/2 —1% 132 541/2 533,4 541/4 -h i/n 22 0 7'/n 7% — 1 /4 JO 541/0 531/4 531/4 —IVo 162 131 /8 123 /1 131 /B -I- Vo 159 271/0 261/2 26V2 — % 141 10% 10V4 IOV3 . , 133 53 52 521 /4 — 3 /4 12 24 253/4 253/4 — 1/2 205 271/2 24% 271/0 — Va 45 22% 22% 22ih - Vi 63 413 /4 41 411/4 — 1 /3 37 21 Vn 20% 20% — 1 /3 9 19V3 19% 191 /3 + 1/4 27 6 5 -3/4 53/4 See our exhibit at the Kansas State fair September 18 to 26 Hutchinson, Kansas The Wheat StOte again has proved its tilfo fhii year, producing •Lykes Yngst M m f + 1* MackeCo .30 4 10% 10% 10% — '/• Macy RH ; 81 45% 44 ?S 44^4 —ii ,8 MadFd l.OSg 38 15% 151/4 1514 — % Maqnvox 1.20 m 50% 50V2 iOl /2 — y4 Marath 1.60 100 37 341 /a 36V2 — V2 Marcor .80 153 341/0 3334 341/0 + % Mar Mid 1,70 86 33 321 /2 32% -1- % MartlnM 1,10 157 201 /2 20 Vo 2OV4 -1- 14 MayDSIr 1,60 32 491,4 48V4 4aV2 — % Maytag I,tOa 259 383 /4 3734 3834 -1-1 14 McDonD ,40b 76 28% 271 /2 27% -t- 14 McGrwH .40 143 19% 1914 191 /2 Mead Corp 1 190 18?'o 181 /2 13 1 /2 — 14 MelvSho .80 480 581/4 571 /2 53 — 1 /8 Memorex Cp 238 39 371 /2 37% —1% Merck 2 .30 217 109 108 14 108 '/2 — >.i MGM 10 231/2 23 23 — 1 /2 Microdot .30g 110 19 19V2 IBVj — 1 /2 A ,lidSUtil 1,02 110 23 22y8 2234 MinnMM 1,85 81 121 120% 120% —'1 /2 MInnPLt 1,3) 14 211/0 20% 20 ^/0 — 14 MobilOil 2,40 250 50 49% 49% — Vo Mohas 1,10 29 34% 341 /2 341/2 — Va Monsant 1.80 95 49Vo 49% 49% — % MontDUl 1.83 2 33V4 33V4 3334 Mont Pvi 1,68 11 29Va 291/8 29 Vo —'i/a MorNor .80 226 25% 25 25 — 34 Motorola .40 90 851 /3 841 /2 8514 — 34 MtFucI S 1.80 9 401 /0 3934 401 /8 + % MISIaTT 1.36 X21 22% 2214 221/4 - % NO Nabisco 2 ,20 39 SV/t 50V4 50% -f % NatAlrIn ,IOp 68 24% 24% 24% — % Nat Can ,45 13 24% 24^ii 24V3 — V A NatCashR ,72 176 431 /i 42% 42% — % Nat Distil ,90 98 15% 15V4 15% — V4 Nat Fuel 1,68 18 25 24% 25 -f '4 Nat Gent ,20 40 27% 261 /2 24V2 — 34 Nat Gyp 1.05 245 23 22% 23 + Va Nat Indust 26 6% 61 /2 6% Nat Steel 2 .50 71 41. 42 42 —i NatSteel wi 10 421 /3 42 42 —1 Nat Tea ,80 3 13% 1314 13% Natomas ,25 439 90% 86% 88% —214 NevPow 1,24 13 351/4 35V3 351 /2 — % Newberry 1 22 25*'o 25% 25% •f 1 /0 NEngEl 1,56 56 223 /4 2214 221 /2 + % Newmnt 1,04 32 30 '/8 3034 3034 •NlagMP 1,10 99 1578 1534 153/4 NL Ind 1 73 181 /3 18% 18 1/4 —'14 Norfolk W 5 49 84% 83% 84 — % Norrls Ind I 46 39 381 /3 39 -f 1 /2 No Am Phil 1 38 24% 24% 24% -1- % NoAmRk 1,40 100 29% 28% 28% — V4 NoNGas 2 ,60 176 48V4 477/0 48y4 +14 NoStaPw 1,70 42 26% 26 Vo 26% + % Northrop 1 23 19% 191/2 19V2 — % Nwst Alrl ,45 102 30% 30 30 '4 + Vo NwtBanc 1,40 45 351 /3 35 351 /2 -f 14 Norton 1,50 31 35 34% 34% — '/o Nort Simon 32 54% 5334 5334 —11 /3 Occid Pet 1 409 16 15% 15% OhioEdis 1,54 84 23 223 '4 2234 —'Va Okia GE 1,24 55 241/1 23% 23% - % OklaNGs 1,24 12 21 203 ,4 20% + 1/4 Olin Corp ,88 95 203 /8 20 20 — 1 /3 Omarkln ,62f 20 133,i 13% 13% Oti!. Elev 2 24 431,4 4234 423 /4 —'% Outbd Mar 1 25 41% 4034 4034 — 1 /3 Owen Cng ,75 80 48% 48% 48 Vo — 14 Owen III 1,35 44 551 /3 55 551/0 + 1/4 P-QR PacGEI 1,64 87 31 Vo 301 /2 301/2 — % PacLtg 1,60 34 251/4 241 /j 241 /a — 34 PacPetrl ,30o 206 35 341 /3 34% — '4 PacPwL 1 ,44 37 24 2334 23% — % PacT&T 1,20 64 17% 1714 17% + Vo PanAmS .20p 24 123 /4 12% 12% — '/a PanAm WAlr IBS 113 /4 11 1/2 11% Panh EP 1.80 66 323 /4 321/0 32 Vj — Va Penn Cent 203 43/4 6% 61/2 — '/o Penn Dixie 27 11% 10% 10% — % Penney JC l 167 73% 72% 721 /2 — V2 PaPwLt 1.60 35 23% 23% 23% + V B PennzUn .80 134 26 ^/0 2414 26V4 — V2 PospiCo 1 73 62% 62 62V4 -f 3/4 Pfizer ,60a 247 411 /3 401 /2 4034 — % Phelps D 2 ,10 104 38V8 371 /2 371 /2 — Vo Phlla El 1,64 216 21% 211 /3 211 /2 PhllMorr 1.20 136 691/4 681/4 681 /2 —•% Phlll Pet 1.30 189 31% 30% 30-34 — % PltneyB .68 81 26% 25% 25% —13/b Polaroid .32 196 1041 /0 1021 /3 102% —1% PorlGEI 1.38 20 21% 21% 21% -1- 1 /a PPG Ind 1.40 38 41'A 401/t 401 /2 — % ProcIGm 1,50 227 74 73 73 — % PubSCol 1,12 22 21% 211 /3 213 /4 P Sv EG 1,64 79 26% 2534 26 + '1 /0 Publkind ,30f 50 5% 5% 5% + Vo Pueblo In ,28 22 165'o 16% 164i) + 14 PugSPLt 1,84 9 28% 281 /3 2834 — 1 /0 Pullman 2 30 56Vo 56 56 — Vo Questor .50 13 18% 18% 1834 — 1 /0 Raytheon ,60 41 381 /3 38 38 — 14 RCA 1 496 33 32% 323 /4 — % Reading Co 26 7% 6% 7 — % Rdg Bate ,25 X102 29% 281 /3 28% —1 Reich Ch ,20 27 91/1 9 9 — V2 RcpubSII 1,60 78 25V4 24Vi 24% — '/o Rovlon I 71 64 1 /a 65% 655 /8 —1 /3 Reyn Ind 2 ,40 344 41 601 /2 601 /2 — \B RcynMet ,40 103 21% 20% ?0% — % Rohr Cp ,80 57 171/1 161 /3 1714 -1- 34 RoyCCola ,54 119 28 1 ,4 271 /3 28 -1- % RnyDut l,04g 632 40 3934 3934 - % Ryder Sy ,50 48 57 55Vn 541 /3 - % s Safeway 1,30 91 35% 3514 3514 -1 /3 StJoeM 1,50 14 23% 22% 22% — V4 StReglsP 1,40 • 56 341 /4 33 -Vn 33-V B — % Sanders />,5so IBO 10% 101 /4 1034 .Sa Feind 1,M 338 321/4 31% 311 /2 —i% SanFoinI ,30 26 401 /4 40 40 — 14 SchorPIg .90 53 833/4 83 83 , 3./, 5CM Corp 64 18% 18Vn IB '/o — % SCOA Ind ,40 12 12% 12% 12% -K14 Scott Paper 1 499 20 19V4 191 /3 -?l /4 ShCL In 2 ,20 , 107 6B% 6BV4 68V4 — 34 Searl GD 1,30 26 70 69% 70 + V B SoarsRo 1.40 141 9234 921/n 9214 —1 Shell Oil 2.40 152 47 46% 46% -1- Vo Shell Tr ,85o 2 37% 37 37% — % Shcrw Wm 2 17 48% 4814 4B1 /3 + % Signal Co .40 183 19% 19 1 /a 191 /0 — 1 /3 SingerCo 2,40 72 481 /2 67 14 6734 — % Sony Corp 205 18% 1734 173/4 — '4 SCar EG 1 ,33 315 23 22% 23 — i/o SouCalE 1,50 218 311 /3 30% 30% — V2 South Co 1,26 190 20% 201 /2 20% + V B SouNGas 1,40 72 471 /3 47 4714 Southn Pac 2 101 45 4414 44% — '.i SouthrnRy 3a 45 88% 88 88 — % SperrR .55g 229 31% 30% 30% SquareD ,80a Xl9 27% 271 /3 271 /3 StBrands 1,60 127 44 431 /2 4334 — '1 /0 Std Kollsman 6 6% 6-34 634 SlOIICal 2 ,80 867 55% 5514 SSV B -t -'vi SlOllInd 2 ,30 102 6SV4 6434 6434 — % StOllNJ 2,75g 821 731 /0 721 /0 72Ve —1 StdOIIOh 2 ,70 440 861 /3 8514 8514 —11 /3 Stauf Ch 1,80 32 44% 44 V. 441/3 — V B SterlDrug .80 151 44 451/0 451A — 7 /8 StevensJ 1,50 29 281/4 27y4 2734 — V3 SludWor 1.20 27 58% 58 58 — 1 /2 SunOII lb IS 5V2 54 54 — % SurvyFd .23g 21 SV4 5V4 514 — Vo Swift Co .70 74 431 /8 42% 43 + % Systron Donn 22 13% 13 13 — 1 /3 iwlieat Uie lorgesf wheaf crop among the States, a record crop for Kansas, of liigli quality wlieaf. State wheat producers, through a 1-mill levy per bushel on v/haat, support a program through their Kansas Wlicot Commission to find new markets for this wheat, new products for the crop, and encourage greater use of wheat products. Learn about wheat and find out about this program. Nutrition Awareness is the key to good health, to good eating, for a healthy nation. Cereals and bread makeup one of the four baiic classes of foods which should bo consumed each day to ensure good health. The Kansas Wheat Commission'* Nutrition Awareness program* provide information on the nutritional value of wheat and its place in the daily diet to students, homemakers, home economists, food editors, doctors—those who eat or proporo foods. Displays and Demonstrations are two of the ways the story of wheat is taken to lha public by the Kansas Wheat Commission program. Dom- onsfralions on the preparation of wheat foods from products such as flour, rolled wheat, and bulgur, are given before homemakers' groups, school lunch cooks, people who handle institutional feeding, and on television programs. Displays bring the »tory of wheat and literature on its history and its use to thousand* of people throughout the year, encouraging more use of wheat. This material •—booklets, charts, and recipe books—^will be featured in our display at the Kansas State Fair in Hutchinson, We'll see you therel Y oominlssion tO}| Ninth M*lr< liro) tlutihi »IDn. Kanto 4/SOI i.i.i)i ^ii>» e-v .i f .jtniifS.i J iwneat coniiiiis.sioii toil Nuih Mn ll.llliKiin, KiMii tm\ T «l <i .l«ri3l6/Ml 11173 Investing Go's. NEW YORK (AP) —The following quotations, supplied by the National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc., are the prices at which these securities could have been sold (bid) or bought (asked) Tuesday, Bid Ask AGE Fnd 5.22 5,33 Aberdn 2,24 2,45 Admiralty Funds: Grwth 7,13 7,81 Intom 4.62 5.05 Insur 10,38 11,38 Advisrs Aetna F Affiliatd Afulure F Allstate Alpha Amcap Am Bus 5,45 5.96 10.64 11,63 7,36 7,94 11,17 11,17 11,64 12.52 13,11 14.33 6.54 7,15 3,33 3,61 Am Diver 10,94 11.96 Am Eqlty 5,49 6.02 Amer Express: Capit Incme Invest Specl Stock Am Grth Am Inv Am MutI AmN Glh Anchor Group: 9,04 9.88 9,82 10.19 8,90 9,73 9,04 9,12 9.97 6,85 7,49 5,77 5.77 9.55 10,44 3.57 3,90 Capit Grwth Incme Fd Inv Vent Asfron 8,60 9,42 11.84 12,99 8,18 8,96 9,37 10,27 45,29 49,63 4.80 5,25 Axe Houghton: Fnd A 5,86 6,37 Fnd B Stock Sclen Babson Bayrk Fd Bayrk Gr 8,11 8,82 6,23 6.81 4,84 5.26 9.55 9.55 8.71 9.52 5,79 4.33 Beacn HII 10.8710.87 Beacn In 14.14 14.14 Berg Ken Berk Glh Bondstk Bostn Stk 9.56 9.56 6.21 6,79 6,72 7,34 8,27 9,04 Bost Fdn 11.33 12,39 Best Fnd 8,20 8,95 Brwn Fd 3,98 4,35 Bullock Calvin: Bulick 15,28 16,74 Candn 19.88 21.77 Divid 3.76 4,12 NatW S 10,25 11.23 NY Vnt 11.7012.81 Burnh Fd 12.14 12.14 Bus Mgt 7.50 8.22 CG Fund Capam Capit Gth Capit Sh Cap Trin 10.2511.08 8.03 8.80 3.64 3.99 5.78 7.43 13.44 14.71 Cenh-y Sh 14.3715.70 Channing Funds: Balan 12.0413.18 Com St 1.74 1.92 Grwth 5,99 6.55 Incom 7.64 8.37 Specl 1.97 2.15 Chase Gr Bos: Capit Fund Front Shrhld Specl Chemlcl Colonial: Equty Fund Grwth Incom Vent 8.13 8.89 10,75 11,75 91 85 12,25 13.34 10,5611,54 18.92 20,68 4,37 4,78 11,2612,31 6,61 7,22 9,92 10.84 5,39 5,89 Colu Grth 14,44 14,44 ComS Bd 5,36 5,66 Cwlth AB Cwlth C Comp As Comp Cp Comp Bd Comp Fd Concord Cons Inv Constel G Cont Mut Cont Gth 1,41 1,53 1,75 1.39 7.50 8.22 6.92 7.58 9,45 10,27 9,99 10-36 unavail unavail 6,07 6,63 9,17 9,17 10,44 10,55 Corp Ldr 16,29 17.89 Ctry Cap 14.09 15.23 Crn WDlv 6,12 6.(9 Crn WDal 7,29 7,97 deVegh 72.26 72.26 Delaware Group: Decat 12.33 13.48 Delaw 13.41 14.66 Delta 7.44 8.46 Dlr Ca p 6.84 7.50 Dodg Cox 15,7515,75 Drexel 14.3714.37 Dreyf Fd 12.3613.65 Dreyf Lv 15.1216.57 Eaton8.Howard: Balan 10.2611.21 Grwth Incom Specl Stock Ebrstdt Edle Spl Egret Gt Elfun Tr Emer Sec Energy Equity 13.78 15.06 6,48 7.1 9.98 10.82 14.15 15.46 13,90 15.19 23.80 23.80 13.22 14.37 19.55 6,24 6.82 13.1313.13 9,45 10.33 Eqult Glh 9,31 10.20 Eqult Pro 4.11 4.50 Falrfid 10,4511.42 Farm Bu 10,40 10,40 Fidelity Group: Capit 12,36 13,51 Conlfd Dslny Essex Evrst Fidel Purltn Salem Trend 9,23 10.09 6.79 13.61 14,87 13,07 14,20 16,4718.00 10,36 11,32 5,54 6,05 24,72 27,02 Tampa El ,80 Tektronix Tolodyne ,63f Telex Cp Tenneco 1,32 Texaco 1,60 TexETrn 1,52 Tex G Sul ,60 Texaslnst .80 Textron .90 Thlokol .40 TlmesMlr .50 Tlmken 1,80 Trans W Air Transmrn .55 TrlCon l,39g TRW Inc la Twent Cent UAL Inc UMC Ind ,72 Un Carbide 2 Un Elec 1,28 Un Pac Cp 2 Unlroyal ,70 Unit Air 1.80 UnBrands .30 UnltCp .50g Unit MM 1.30 US Gypsm 3 US PlyCh .84 US Smelt 1 US Steel 1,40 Unlv oil ,20P UnlvCptr ,B7t Uplohn 1,40 V. Varlan Assoc VendoCo ,30P VaEIPw 1,12 WnchCp 1,20 WarLam 1,30 WashWP 1,36 WstnAlr 2.19f Wn Dane 1,30 WnUnlon 1,40 Woslg El 1.80 Woyorhs ,80 Whirl Cp 1,60 White Motor Whlttaker Williams Co WInnDx 1.74 Woolwlh 1,20 Zaie Corp .44 Zenith R 1.40 Copyrighted by T-U 572 22 15 33% 415 2434 182 14% 133 25% 941 33% 258 39 221 15% 62 108% 65 31 140 12% 25 47% 28 41% aoS 32W 439 19 60 28V4 190 35 V2 118 10% 273 38'/o 83 19% 254 48'4 94 18% 157 53% 178 21% 64 .12% 65 13% 29 8 25 29% 70 703A 177 32 9 2734 240 31 70 17% 110 27 62 681/2 21% 3234 24 14 251/2 32% 381/2 1514 108 30V2 12% 471/0 41 31% 18% 2P4 35% 10% 38V2 IB14 47% IB1 /3 6214 20% 32 13V4 8 29% 70 31% 2714 30 16% 26V4 67% 21% 3334 241 /0 14 251/2 32% 381 /3 1534 IO8V4 30% I2V4 4734 41 14 31% 18% 28 35% lOTb 381 /j 18% 48 Vo IBV3 62V4 21 32 13V4 8 29% 70 32 2714 30 %17 261 /2 68 — 3/2 + % — % — 1 /3 — 1 /3 — '4 — V3 -1- V4 + % — V3 — 14 — % — % — % —V2 — 1/0 — '4 — % -f V4 — 14 —1 --'V2 — Vo -114 W-X-Y-Z 76 1534 • 151,0 15V4 ~ 3,(, 13 12i /'3 1214 1214 -- ^(i 260 19% 19% 1934 — V B 2 62 ^4 621 /2 62% — Vo 65 74^4 74 74 — 14 22 21 20% 20% — % 33 2934 2914 2914 — '4 166 3234 3214 32% -I- 14 227 44V4 43% 4334 — % 138 931/1 92% 9234 — 'A 259 54 51% 51% —2i4 4 931/! 93 93 — -34 296 2534 25 25% -f ^4 125 11% 11 11 — '4 122 461/2 4414 4414 —2 19 47 46% 4634 209 51'/'o 51% 5134 — V4 27 40V2 40 4014 -)- 14 150 50% 5014 5M4 -1- ThB Associated Press 1971 Try I The New I Camelot | Inn I ^6th & Adams, Hutchinson I # ?7 up- I # for Reservations I H Phone 663-6175 Collect i 9 Color TV Every Room i Financial Prog: Dyna 4.42 4,84 indust 3.89 4.26 Incom 6.09 4.44 Vent 4.35 4.74 FstFd Va 11.8812.98 Fst investors: Disco 7.54 8.24 Grwth 10.23 11.21 Slock Fst Mult Fst Nat Fst Slerr Fnd Gth 9.89 10.84 9.32 9,47 7.52 8.22 4.01 4.59 4,96 5.42 Founders Group': Grwih 16.6018.42 Incorfi 13.8515.14 Mutal 8.89 9.72 Specl 11.49 12.56 Foursq 10.51 11.49 Franklin Grouo: DNTC 9.03 9 90 Grwth 6.63 7.27 Utlls 5.66 6.20 Incom 2,12 2.32 US Gov 10.5611.57 FdF Dep 10.6410.64 Fund Inc Grp: Comm 2.9310.85 Impac 8,58 9,38 Ind Trd 13,28 14.51 Pilot 7,93 8,67 Fnd Am 8.62 y,45 Gatewy 9,V510,76 GE S 8, S 30,40 Gen Sec 9,62 9.62 GIbraltr 7.28 7.35 Group Sec: Apex Balan 8.64 9.45 8.92 9.75 Com St 12.9714.18 GrthFd A 8.62 y.42 21,52 21.52 26.54 26.54 Grth Ind Guard M Hamilton; Fd HFI 4,84 5.29 Grwth B.Ol 8.75 Incom 6.19 6.77 H&C Fd 14.08 14.08 H8,C Lev 11.4511.45 Hedb Gor 8.44 8.44 Hedge 11.7912.92 Herltge 2.44 2.70 Hor Man 16.58 17.27 ICM Flnl 8.25 9.04 ISi Group: Grwth 4.12 4.50 Incom 4,11 4,49 Trus sh 12.1913.32 Trus un 3.28 imp Cap 10.28 11.25 Imp Glh 8.00 8.74 IncF Am 14.0915.40 incF Bos 7.24 7.93 industry INTGN ICA Inv Guid Inv Indic 4.95 5.42 10.0510.84 13.97 15.22 9.98 9.98 7,4i ., Inves Bos 12,01 13.13 Investors Group: IDS ndl 5.39 S.e& Mull Prog Stock Select Var Py Inv Resh Istel Ivy J Hanck Johnstn 10.1511.04 5.04 5.48 20,07 21.82 9,30 10.00 8 ,00 8.70 5.12 5.60 22.46 23.15 8.51 8.51 8.09 8,79 24.24 24,24 Keystone Funds: Apollo 11,24 12,32 Cus Bl Cus B2 Cus B4 Cus Kl Cus K2 Cus SI Cus S2 Cus S3 Cus S4 Polar Knickb Knick Gt Lenox Fd Lex Grth Lex Rsh LIbrty Fd Life Stk Life Inv Line Nat Ling 18,89 19,76 20,13 22,06 8.63 9,46 8,03 8.79 5.76 6,31 20,16 22.09 10.88 11.92 8,66 9,49 5.73 5,73 4 28 4,68 7.57 8,29 9,92 10,87 6.46 7,28 10,72 11,72 14.78 1(1,34 6,71 7,33 6,18 6,75 8,65 9,45 11,65 12.73 5 02 Loomls Sayles: Canad 29,89 29,89 Capit Mut Lord Abt 11,9611,96 15,05 15,qs 11,04 Luth Bro 12,04 13,16 AAaqna In 6.67 9.69 Manhtn Mkt Gth 5.30 5.79 6.18 6,18 Massachusett Co: Freed 8,51 9.33 Indep 6,93 7.59 Mass 11,54 12,65 Mass FinancI: MIT MIG MID Mates Mathers Mid AM Moody Moody's MIF Fd MilFGth 14,36 15,79 12.9714,17 15,51 16,95 4,01 4.01 13.99 13,99 5,83 6,37 12,57 12,57 12,6612,66 8,95 9,68 5,77 6,24 MuUS Gv 10,3410,50 M OmaG 6,19 6,73 M Omahl 10,94 11.91 Mut Shrs 17,03 17,03 Mut Trst 2.00 2,00 NEA Mut 10.67 10.89 Nat Ind 11.39 11.39 Nat Secur Ser: Balan 11.03 12.05 Bond Divid Grwth Pf Stk incom Stock Nel Grth Nel Side Neuw Cet 5,11 5,58 4,44 4,85 9.55 10,44 7,34 8.02 5,43 5,93 8,11 8,86 9,96 10,83 16.51 17,95 6,62 7,23 Neuw Fd 11,4012.68 New Wld 13,1914,42 Newton 15,8217.29 Nlch Strg 17.5917.59 Noreast 15.2315.23 Oceangr 7.63 7.63 Omega 6.93 7,05 100 Fund 14,6416,00 101 Fund 9,4310,31 One WmS 16,4316,43 ONelll 12,1412,14 Oppcnh 8.79 9.61 Opp AIM ' 12.68 13.86 OTC Sec 10.7411.67 Late Surge Boosts Wheat CHICAGO (AP) — A late surge of buying power and short-^;overing sent wheat and soybean futures from 1 to 2 cents higher on the Chicago Board of Trade Tuesday.- The strength in wheat and soybeans tended to influence late buying of corn and oats futures. Wheat, com and oats prices eased around Vz cent a bushel before new buying turned prices around. Around midses sion, strong buying of deferred wheat opMons produced a 1 cent advance. Corn and oats also improved. In the closing minutes, additional buying in the wheat pit and short covering sent price to highs for 'he session. At the close, wheal was up around 2 cents a bushel, September 1.47%; corn was i small fraction higher, Septem ber 1.16%; oats were a small fraction higher, September 65% cents; and soybeans gained around I'/z cents, September 3.11. KANSAS CITY (AP) — Wheat 64 cars, unch-up IV2, No 2 hard l.SP.i, No 3 l,483,i.l,61V4, No 2 red 1.4734.1,503,i, No 3 1,453 .'4 -1, 493,4. Corn 29 cars, unch-down 7, No 2 white 1,21-1.30, No 3 1,101.29, No 2 yellow 1,201 /2 -1,22, No 3 1,181 /3, Oats none, nom unch. No, 2 white 44-75, No 3 41-74. No 2 mllo 1.81-1.93 No 2 rye 96-1.04 Np 2 barley 1.19-1.18 No 1 soybeans 2 .96-3.09V4 Sacked bran 42 .00-75 Sacked shorts 42 .00-75 'Board of Trade quotation, not necessarily elevator price. American Exchange NEW YORK (AP) - Tuesday's selected American Stock^^Exchange prices: (hds.) High Low Close Chg. Param M Paul Rvr Penn Sq Pa Mut Phlla Pilgrim Pine St Plon Ent Plon Fnd Plan Inv Pllgrth 9,00 9,84 8,57 9,37 6,18 8,16 ,49 4,49 15,36 16,«3 10,4211,39 11,56 11,56 8,06 8,81 11,8312,93 11,6912,78 13,43 14,90 Price Funds: Grwth 28.09 28.09 N Era 10,3310.33 N Horlr 32.10 32.10 Pro Fund 10.7510.75 Pro Portf 7.00 7.45 Prog Fd 5.73 6.26 Provid 5.04 5,53 Pru SIP 10,8011.80 Putnam Funds: 8.70 9.51 Eqult Georn Grwth Incom Invest Vlsta Voyag Revere RInfret Saqltars Schustr 15,00 16.39 10,8911.90 8,41 9.19 8.66 9.46 9.28 10.14 8.12 8.87 10.73 11.73 15.63 15.75 3.47 3.47 16.5718.13 Scudder Funds: Int Inv 14,2314,48 Soecl 35.84 35,84 Balan 16,0216,02 Com St 10,4610,46 Security Funds: Equly 3,86 4,23 Invest 8,40 9,21 Ultra 8,62 9,45 Seltd Am 10.27 11.23 Sel Specs 16.65 18.20 Sent Gth 9.05 9.83 Sentry F 14,66 15,93 Sham Fd 11,7511,75 Shareholders Gp: Cmstk 4,53 4,95 Entrp Fleir C Flet Fd Harbr Pace 6,74 7,37 6,29 5,39 8,55 9,34 9,60 10,49 Shear Ap 31,35 34,26 Shear Inv 11,6612,74 Sherm D 15,91 15.91 Side Fd 10.68 11.05 Sigma Funds: Capit 9.47 10 ,35 invest 11,70 12,79 Trust Smith B Sw Invs Swin Gt 9.08 9.92 10.8510.85 9,22 9.97 7.59 8.21 Sover Inv 13.6714,97 Spectra 7,40 8,11 StFrm Gt 4.76 4.76 State St unavail Steadman Funds: Am Ind 4.11 4,50 Asso F 1.35 1.48 FIduc 7,04 7,72 Stein Roe Fds: Balan 21,08 21,03 Cap 0 9,90 9.90 Stock 14.9514.95 Supervlsd inv: Grwth 7.68 8.42 Sumit 11.2812,36 Tech 7.81 8.57 Sync Glh 9.73 10.63 TMR App 14,0915.40 Teacher 10.71 11.16 Technicl 3.01 3.29 Temp Gt 25.08 27.39 Trns Cap 8.02 8.72 Trav Eq 10.91 11.96 Tudr Hed 12.72 12.72 TwnC Gt 3.03 3.32 TwnC Inc 4.09 4.48 USAA Gt 10.73 10.73 Unit Mut 10.8011.80 Unifund 11.0812.11 Union Svc Grp: Broad 15.0016.39 Nat Inv 8.47 7.64 U Cap 11.51 12.58 Whteh 13.61 14.B7 United Funds: Accm 7.73 8.47 Con Gr 12.9414.18 Con Inc 11.9513.10 Incom 14.3215.69 Sclen 8.14 8.94 Vang 9.9710.93 U FdCan 7.45 8.34 Value Una Fd: Vai LI • 4.85 7.51 Incom Spl Sit VnceS spl Vandrbt Vangd 5.22 5.72 5,55 4.08 9.6010.49 6.96 7.61 4.82 5.27 Vantg TN 10.5311.51 Var In P 4.82 5.24 Viking 4.54 7.11 Wall St G 9.07 9.91 Wash M 12.9414.14 WelHngtn Group: Expir 21.03 22.37 (vest Moro Techv Trust Wellsl Welitn Windr West Ind Wincp Fd Winfield Wise Fd Worth Zelfllsr 14.5418.11 11.4512.51 8.14 .... 12.41 43.54 12,44 13.81 11.5912.47 9.85 10.77 6.09 4.44 5,43 5.93 4.34 4.74 6.79 7.42 3.07 3.07 10.3611.32 Local Stocks Drummer Boy Hcsston Medlcalodge* Nat'l Inv, Co., Inc. ,. Amor, Inv. L|f« Ins. Bid Atktd % "4 , 1634 .' 1^ ...3 . 71A 17% 2Va 3% m I3ev, Tuesday Cl(tM Aircraft Inst. i. Air Midwest International Plastic AAoblle Components .. Tlco Taco , Tomllnson Oil Variant Corp Agrl. Ind. & Dev. ., Hi-Plalns Enterprlsa Bid Aiked .40 40 ... 13/16 1 2% 2% 15/14 13/14 . 60 70 .,, VA 4% . 45 45 15/16 1% 1 9/16 1 lJ/14 AberdnMf .40 Aerojet .50a AmPetrf .55g AO Indust Ark Best .30 ArkLGas 1.30 Asamera Oil Atlas Cp wt Barnes Eng Barnwel Ind BrascanLt lb ButtesGs Oil CampbChIb CdnJavln .44f Certron Cp Cinerama CreoleP 2.60a Dlxiiyn Corp Dynalectrn Eqult Cp .05e Essex Chem Fed Resrces Felmonf Oil Frontier Air Gen Plywood Giant Yel .40 Gt Basin Pet Husky Oil .15 Hydrometl Imper Oil .60 Instrum Sys ITI Corp Jamesway Jetronic Ind juplter Cp Kaiser In .27f Kin Ark Corp KIngsford .16 Lafay Radio Lee Ent .07h LlngTVgt wt LoewsThe wt Marshal ind McCrory wt MlchSug .10 Mldw Fin .32 Mllgo Elect Newldria Mn NewPark Mn Nuclear Am OKCCorp .80 Ormand Ind Ozark Airline Permaner Phoenix Stl Puritan Fash Reserve OG ResortslntI A Scurry Rain Statham Ins Syntax ,40 Technicolor Telepromtr Tesoro Pet UnBrands wt US Filter Vlkoa Inc VLN Corp Westates PtI Wllshire .14f Yates Ind Yonk Ra .BOB ZImHom .24 Kansas City Wheat Sept. Dec. Mar. May P.C J .47 >/i 1.42<% 1 .43'/3 1,41% Open 1,47% 1.4214 1.4334 1.4214 High 1 .4914 1.43V4 1.44 '4 1.42 Low 1 .471 /2 1.42V4 1 .431/3 1.42 Close 1,48% 1.42% 1 .4334 1.42 Chicago Oats Sept. Dec, Mar. ,P.C :., .65 .66% .66% 'Close 45% .67% .6714 Chicago Soybeans Sept. Nov. Jar P.C. 3 .10 3.14 3.m Close 3.11% 3 .15 3.19V4 Chicago Wheat Sept. Dec. Mar. May P.C 1.45% 1.46 1.47 1.45% Open 1 .451/2 1.45'/i 1 .443,4 1 .4434 High 1.47% 1 .4734 1 .493 /0 1 .4714 Low 1 .45% 1 .45Vj 1 .4434 1 .44% Close 1.47% 1 .47% 1.48% I .4714 Chicago Corn Sept. Doc. AAar. May P.C 1.16% 1.16% 1 .20'/. 1.23% Open 1.16% 1.15% I .201/3 1.23% High 1.1714 1.15% I .2OV3 1.23% High 1.1714 1 .16 1 .21 '/o 1 .24% Low 1.16% 1.1534 1.20% 1.23% Close 1.16% I .I614 1.21 1.24% Chicago Eggs Sept. Oct P.C 37.50 34.90 Close 36.80 33.25 Grain Receipt WHEAT — Hutchinson, today 99; week ago 269; year ago 125, K.C. 64; Sallna 21 Fl. Worth 1. CORN--K.C. 29. KAFIR-Hutcblnson I; K.C. •39.' Hutchinson Wheat Hutchinson Board of Trade Closing wheat price 1 higher. Basis 1 higher Demand good, cash Sales KC Basil) Volume 4 cars. No, 2 hd and dk hd 4, Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) - Tuesday: Prev, Open High Low Clost Close WHEAT Sep . , ,1,45% 1,47% 1.45% 1.47% 1.45% Dec ,.,, 1,451/2 1.4734 1.453/2 1.47Vj 1.44 Mar , l ,46i3/4 1.9 I.434 1.48% 1.47 May ... 1.44% 1.47V4 1.44% 1.4714 1.45% Jul .... 1.37% 1,39V4 1.37V4 1 .SS'/t 1.37% CORN Sep ,.,,1.14% 1.17V4 1.14% 1.1434 1.1434 Dec ,,,,1.1534 1.14y4 1.1S3 /4 1.14 '/4 1.16'A ar ., .1,20% 2.21'A 1.20% 1.2(»'/» 1.20% May ,, ,1,23% 1.24% I.23H T.24'/« T.2334 Jul .,.. I.zSVi 1.26% 1;25Va 1.24V» 1.25 Sep Dec Mar May Jul OATS ..453 /4 .45% .6S</t .45% .45 ,.441/2 .67V4 .64% ,47% .44% ..441/1 .471/2 .44'A .47'4 .44% .66 .66Va .64 .46'/a .64V4 . .4 ' .441 /4 .44 .441 /4 .45% SOYBEANS Sep . ,..3 ,091/4 S.llVj 3 .081/a 3 .11% 3.10 Nov ,.,3,13 '/4 3.15Va 3.12 3.1434 3.14 Jan ... .3 .I8V4 3.191/2 3.141/4 3.1914 3 .177 /0 Mar .. .3 .22 3.2414 3.21 3 .23% 3 .22% May .. .3.24V4 3 .271/3 3.W/i 3.27% 3.24V4 Jul ,,,,3.28 3,28% 3.24 3.287 /0 3.271/2 Aug .. 3.23 3.2414 3.21% 3.241/4 3.2234 Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Mar May Jul Aug SOYBEAN OIL .12.40 12.50 ...12.35 ...,.12.29 12.18 .,..12.13 ....12.05 12.03 ... 11.90 12.72 12.62 12.51 12.45 Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Mar May Jul Aug SOYBEAN MEAL 12.47 12.35 12.24 12.13 12.34 12.10 . 12.2fcii12.03 12.23 12.18 12.00 12.14 12.14 11.94 12.11 11.95 11.89 812.00 12.71 12.62 12.50 12.39 12.33 12.62 12,55 12.40 12.32 12.23 12.18 12.10 12,07 11.90 . ,78.50 . 79.30 .79.90 ..80.80 .80.90 .81.50 ..82.15 82.90 ICED BROILERS Sep 24.20 24.2S Oct 2S.80 25.80 Nov ....25.75 25.75 Dec Jan 24.70 24.75 78.85 78.10 78.75 78.70 79.40 78.80 79.25 79.45 80.10 79.70 879.90 80.20 80.80 80.30 ^.45 80.90 80.95 80.40 880.75 80.90 81.60 81.25 881.55 81.90 82.35 81.90 12.30 82.35 83.00 8^90 83.00 883.30 — 883.00 883.20 24.17 26.25 24.25 25.47 25.75 25.85 25.40 25.72 25.12 b2«.10 b24.15 24.M 24.70 24,80 b— Bid; a—Asked; 'n—Nominal. NEW YORK (AP) - Markets at glance: Stocks—Lower In slow rading. Cotton—Irregular CHICAGO: Wheat — Higher; good demand. Corn — Higher; late buying. Oats - Higher; light trade. Soybeans — Higher; good, ists buying. Cattle-Hog Markets Chicago CaHl* Oct. Dec. Feb, P.C 32.35 32.J2 31.95 Closo 32.00 31.77 31.47 Chicago Hog Puturtt Oct. D«c P .C. 18.50 19.70 Close 18.45 19.67 Pork BtlllM Feb. Mar, P.C 29.17 29.40 Close 30.02 30.35 Local Markets •TRUCK WHEAT-I.JS. BRAN -2 .7S: SHORT^-2i75. ; ; ; / ' . WICHITA TRUCK WHeAT -i-1.21. SALIS NEW YORK (API -N Approx final total Previous day Week ago ' Month ago Year ago Two years ago Jan 1 to date 1970 to dat« 1969 to date Y Stock sales 11,420 000 10,014,100 17,105,580 ... .,.24,794,530 9,838,0») 11,142,500 2,819,732,385 1,935,951,710 .... 1,944,594 423 12 914 8% 8% — % 57 181 /2 1714 IBVs -t-1 17 22% 22 22 329 2% 2 21/0 4 277o 277/0 2778 — 1 /8 53 2J% 26% 2634 — V4 126 1834 17% 1734 — % 22 1% 11/2 11/2 7 17 141/2 161/2 — 1/2 9 11 10% 10% 28 69 IB'/o 19 48 1334 1234 1234 —1 157 71/2 7% 714 29 1234 12% 12% — % 17 3% 3y8 3V8 — 1/4 66 334 31/2 31 /3 — Va 33 2314 22% 231 /8 + 1/4 48 8% 8% 8% — % 30 7% 71 /a 7V8 — % 136 SV B 5% SVi — V B 41 4V2 4% 41/2 — 1 /a 43 3% 334 3'/o 15 17% 1634 1634 —'% 31 5% 51/0 51 /8 — Va 19 3% 31 /j 3% + % 49 3 9% 9 5-14 91 /3 -I -7-I6 49 3 21/2 2% 21/3 + V B 142 191/0 18% Wh — 1/4 21 9% 9 9 — 1/2 104 2914 29 29 — 1A 269 314 8 8% + V B 9 314 31/4 31/0 13 241/2 24 2414 — % 5 31/2 3% 3% — 1 /a B 8% 8V» BVo — V B 97 11 10% — Va 32 214 214 214 13 101/2 1014 1014 — 1 /4 303 25% 24% 25 — 1 /4 11 18% 181/2 18% — V B 62 7% 71 /8 71 /8 — Va 220 24% 253 /8 25 — % 5 15 145 '8 14% — % 23 11% 11% 11% — % 11 m 6% 6% — % 38 22 21% 21% + % 40 14% 13% 141/0 203 1% 134 134 6 3% 314 3% -t- Va 87 334 3% 334 13 171 /a 16% 1634 — Va 10 3V8 2% 2% — 1 /4 44 71/0 7 71 /8 B 1434 14% 1434 — Vo 47 334 3 =,'8 334 78 16% 1534 1534 — ^'a 44 71/3 714 73 ,'a — i ,'4 774 434 41 /3 434 B 17% 1734 17% — 1 .8 16 171-0 1634 17 + V B 236 68'/'s 661 /3 66% —1% 29 151 /3 1514 15% + Va 129 931 /3 90 90 =4 -1% 92 2714 2434 2634 — % 63 41 /a 4 4% 12 29V4 28 28 -11/2 21 734 71/2 71 /3 — 1 /4 19 SVa 534 534 — 1/0 43 4% 4% 4% 22 61/4 61 /s 61 /a 15 101/0 10 10 8 3134 31 31 -1 18 20 19% 1934 + V B The Associated Press 1971 Page 2 Tlie Hutchinson News Wednesday, September 15, 1971 AMEX SALES Approx total stock sales 3,430,000 Stock sales year ago 2,855,940 Approx total bond sales .. $ 3,980,000 Bond sales year ago % 2,173,0oo Produce Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) Wholesale eggs: large, 80 per cent A 30-38; medium, 80 per cent A 20-30, CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA) — Butter: wholesale selling prices Tuesday unchanged; 93 score AA 67.734; 92 A 67,784; 90 B unquoted. Eggs; Issued only on Wednesday and Friday. Selected Bonds t-IEW YORK (AP) - Tuesday's selected New York Stock Exchange bond prices: Sales Nat ($1000) High Low Close Cho. AT8.T 4 %s85 47 76V2 75% 75i /i ColumGas 5s82 5 80 80 80 CoIuGas 4 %s83 7 75% 75i/1i 751/4 -f- V* ConEdls 5s87 30 73 73 73 ConEdls 4 %s93 I 63'A 43% 43V !r + ErIeRR 5s2020f 1 12 12 12 — % GnMotAcc 5580 51 84 85 85 MoP 434s2020f 89 51% SO'/i 501 /4 — % vINYC 5s2013t 19 15% '15 15 — Vi PacG&E 5S91 3 74% 74% 74%—1 sears R 434 s83 54 83% 8314 8314 — V A US Steel 4 %s94 170 44 44% 66 -fl US Steel 4583 1 2 75i /i 75 75 —134 Copyrighted by The Associated Press 1971 SALES NEW YORK (AP) -N Y Bond sales Approx final total $21,700,000 Previous day $21,153,000 Wceic ago $29 ,567,000 Month ago $35/107,000 Year ago $15,549 000 Two years ago $12,106,000 Jan 1 to date t 4,440,474 ^)00 197() to date $ 2 ,94!,203X )00 1969 to dale »2r493 ,641 «a Livestock Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) — Catlla BOO; calves 10O; steers and heifers scrace; all classes fully steady; utility and commercial cows 21,00-50; higti dressing to 22,00; feeder steers and steer calves high good and choice 250-325 lb 42 ,00 -45.00; choice fie- shy 650-900 lb 32.;;33.80) good fleshy 600-900 lb 29.50-32,00; feeder heifers and heifer calves choice 200-300 lb 35,00-37,50; 300-400 lb 33,00 -34 .00; choice fleshy 475-750 lb 30.50-32.5; 75965 lb 30,00-31,0. Hogs 3,500; barrows and gilts steady to strong; Instances 25 higher; 1-3 210-260 lb 16,50-75; I- 2 210-230 lb 18,85-19,00; sows over 500 lb 25 higher, instances 50 higher; other weights steady; 1-3 290-/100 lb 15.5016,25; 2-3 400-600 lb 15,00-16,00, Sheep 300; spring lambs strong to 50 higher; ewes steady; feeders scrace; spring lambs choice some with prkme end 26,00-27.50; mixed good and choice 25,00-26,00; ewes cull to good 3,50-6,00. WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Cattle 600; steers and heifers scarce, steady; cows steady; steers choice, few high good 32.40-70; choice end of good 31.90-32 ,35; heifers mixed good and low choice 29.40-30.40; good 28.00-30,00; cows utility and commercial 20,50-23,00; high dressing to 24,70. Hogs 1,500; barrows and gilts sleady to strong; 1-2 21O-230 lb 18,50; 1-3 200-240 lb 18,25-50; 1-3 240-260 lb 17.25-18,25; 2-3 250-270 lb 17,2575; sows steady; 1-3 300-400 lb 15,00-16.25 ; 2-3 400-550 lb 14,25-15,50, Sheep 40O; all classes steady; few feeders steady; spring lambs choice and prime 26.50; ewes cull to good 3,00-5,00; spring feeder lambs choice and fancy 24,50-25,50, Weather in the Neivs HOT J iiililiiiliiiliiiiiiiiliiiiiii COOLER is the forecast for Wednesday. Elseivhere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Pr Albany, cidy 74 64 .99 Albu'que, clear 91 58 Amarillo, clear 92 61 Anchorage, rain 55 47 .30 Asheville, cldy 69 57 Atlanta, clear 76 57 Birmingham, clear B2 57 Bismarck, clear 66 45 Boise, clear 83 49 Boston, rain 71 63 .87 Buffalo, cldy 73 65 .41 Charleston, clear 83 65 Charlotte, clear 79 58 Chicago, clear 78 60 Cincinnati, clear 73 57 Cleveland, cldy 67 62 1,54 Denver, clear 93 46 Des Moines, clear 84 SB Detroit, clear 75 49 Duluth, cldy 74 55 Fairbanks, cldy 57 33 Fort Worth, clear 94 66 Green Bay, M M M M Helena, clear 72 44 Honolulu, clear 87 72 Houston, clear 88 72 Ind'aplis, clear 77 54 Jacks'vilie, clear 88 62 Juneau, rain 51 45 .13 Kansas City, clear 106 77 Little Rock, clear 95 64 Los Angeles, clear 76 57 Marquette, M M M M Memphis, clear 88 67 Miami, cldy ' 69 75 .85 Milwaukee, clear 76 53 Mpis-St.P., clear 79 SB New Orleans, clear 86 61 New York, rain 75 48 2.18 Okia. City, clear ' 97 41 Omaha, clear / 87 40 Phllad'phia, cidy 76 45 .94 Phoenix, clear 108 80 Pittsburgh, rain 73 43 .33 Ptiand, Me., rain 69 58 1.10 Ptiand, Ore., clear 70 46 Rapid City, cldy 90 40 Richmond, cldy 77 61 St, Louis, clear 92 58 Salt Lake, clear 88 52 San Diego, clear 92 68 San Fran., clear 79 72 Seattle, clear 44 49 Spokane, clear 70 42 Tampa, cldy 87 57 .20 Washington, cldy 81 44 CANADIAN CITIES Edmonton, cldy 59 42 Montreal, rain 43 41 ,33 Toronto, cldy Winnipeg, clear 44 42 .27 Toronto, cldy Winnipeg, clear 74 43 (/W-Mlssino, T-Trace) Hourly TemjK Time 1 a.m. 2 3 4 5 4 7 ,n 9 10 1 12 noon Temp. .... 74 74 73 3 72 4 71 5 70 4 49 7 4S 8 73 9 73 10 75 11 Time 1,- p.m. 2 Temp. 78 80 .... 81 .... 83 83 83 82 .... 61 .... BO 78 74 74 12 midnight. 75 Forecasts NEBRASKA: Partly cloudy Wednesday, Wednesday night and Thursday. High Wednesday 60s. Low Wednesday night up­ per 30s to low 40s, Highs Thursday mid 60s to lower 70s, MISSOURI: fair and turning cooler tonight, lows from 405 northwest to the SOs elsehwere, considerable cloudiness and cooler Wednesday, high In 70s. Clearing and cooler Wednesday night. Low 4.5-55. Thursday sunny and pleasant, high in 70s. OKLAHOMA: Fair and much cooler statewide Wednesday and southeast Wednesday night. High Wednesday mid 70s panhandle to mid 80s southeast. Low Wednesday night mid 40s panhandle to mid SOs southeast. High Thursday generally In BOs. ZONE 3: Fair and mid Wednesday. High 70s. Light north easterly wind. Fair and cool Wednesday night. Low in upper 40s to SOs. ' ZONE 9: Clear and considerably cooler through Wednesday night. North to northeast winds 15 to 25 mph Wednesday. High Wednesday near 80. Low Wednesday night near 50. ZONE 10: Clear and cooler through Wednesday night. North to northeast winds 10 to 20 mph tonight and Wednesday. Low tonight '50 to 55. High Wednesday 75 to 80. Low Wednesday night near 50. The Hutchinson News MO 2-3311 The Asi ^lBled Press Is enlHIed 10 the use by reproduction of ail local news, printed In the newspaper as well as all AP News dispatches. Published dally and Sunday at 300 West Second Hutchinson, Kansas 67501 Stuart Awbrey Editor and Publisher Richard D. Popp John G. Harris Advertising Director Production Managei Department Heads ( News: R. E. Coldren, managing editor. Wayne Lee, associate editor. James Hitch, news editor. Rich Lovett, nlghl editor. Millie Hurlahe, weekend editor. Circulation: Dennis Smith, manager Clarence Eales, mailing room foreman: Advertising: Louise Fooshee, classified manager. Business: James Drake, manager. Art Fabrizius, office manager. Productlor.; Robert Nicklln, Ray Gordon, composing room foremen. R. C. Robinson, D. E. Mangels, press room foremen. N 231 . MEMBER OP THB ASSOCIATED PRESS TERMS OF SUBSCRIPtlbN Single copy 10c, Sunday 20c. Rural Mall in state of Kansas, one year $27,811 tlx months $14.94; one month $2J8, Elsewhere by mall, one year UtMl six months $16.00; one month $3.00. Price Includes postage and applicable tales tax. Second class postage paid at Hutdtliv soo, Kansas 47501.

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