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Stock Market Stages Tiny Rally; Dow Up 3.3 Averages TREND OF STAPLE PRICES ... NEW YORK (AP) — Tha Associated Press weighted wholesale price index of 35 commodilies advanced to 188.16. Previous Day 187.95, Week Ago 187.52, Month Ago 186.74, Year Ago 192.22. 1971 1970 1969 1968 NEW YORK (AP) - The stock market staged a feeble rally Thursday in moderate trading. The Dow Jones average of 30 Industrials closed up 3.36 at 887.19. i H)Bh 19157 WM 185-M 146 72 Analysts said the buying wasl^w I84.SB 115.35 1**29 159.62 \. , , . , . i (1926 average equals 100) primarily due to bargain-hunt- • . STOCK AVERAGES ing among selected issues. The j compiled b v The Associated pr«s . market has been edging down-i ward in recent sessions, and I y^ursda m9e many brokers described it asjprev. Day oversold. ^T e ^ A S° j Month Ago But the buying never developed into a full-scale rally, and after its initial spurt, drifted sideways most of the session. Stocks in the Spotlight NEW YORK (AP) - Sales, closing price and net change of the 15 most active stocks traded on the NY Stock Exchange: Un Crbdc 629.300 43-Ts D lVt Elctn Dat 243.500 49% D Vi Am T1TI 223.200 43Vs U % Wolwrth 164,100 49 U 1 Brnif Air 152,500 13% U % Sony Corp 114,100 17% D RCA 110,500 36% Alcoa 103,500 45V 2 D m Albrto Cul 101,000 31Vi D VA Pan Am 95,900 lOVi Weyerhsr 94,900 50% D % SouthCl Ed 86,800 29% U Vs GtWnFint 83,400 28% U % Ocldn Pet 82,700 15V4 Boi Cased 77,100 23% D % • Year Ago 1971 High 1971 Low 1970 High 1970 Low 30 15 15 60 Ind. Rails Util. Stocks ' 2.1 -.7 --.4 J 1.0 474.8 193.2 130.1 323.5 472.7 192.5 130.5 322.5 476.1 198.0 131.4 326.9 479.9 199.4 133.2 329.7 401.6 125.2 127.4 261.1 505.5 203.3 155.2 336.4 438.8 138.0 120.5 288.1 444.1 143.5 145.6 290.6 334.3 95.8 113.2 221.7 BOND AVERAGES Compiled by The Associated Press 20....10 ... 10....10.... 10.. Rails Ind. Util. Fgn. L. Yd, Net change —.2 +.1 +.2 + .2 Thursday 49.9 81.8 84.6 92.8 78.8 Prev. Day 50.1 81.7 84.4 92.8 78.6 Week Ago 50.1 81.5 84.2 92.4 78.7 Month Ago 49.7 82.2 84.4 91.8 7B.7 Year Ago SO.6 77.1 79.1 88.3 73.5 1971 High 51.3 84.1 85.5 93.1 80.9 1971 Low 48.1 79 7 82.5 88.4 77.2 1970 High 57.2 82.6 83.0 91.4 77.9 1970 Low 44.7 74.1 75.2 87.4 71,3 Ampex Corp 280 14'* 13'i Anacond .50p 416 15 141 .4 Anch Hock 1 90 30? I> 291 .4 Ancorp ,48b I I6V» 15'8 Apeco Cp .16 67 11 V* 11 >4 Arch Dan 1 10 40'i 393 4 Armco Stl 1 169 13 17' 4 Armst Ck .80 15 41', 3 41' 3 Ashld Oil 1.20 63 22 2P4 Assd DG 1.20 37 54 535 a All Rlchlld 2 353 69=» 68 -4 Atlas Corp 89 2=n 2 VJ Avco Corp 122 18' a 17' 7 Avnol .15g 87 12' B 125 B Avon Pd 1.30 592 1 995* > 98'« BabckW .50 16.1 J 38'< 37 4 Bait GE 1.82 99 30' 2 30'a BeatFds 1.16 5? 41 40' i Beckman .50 14 36=s 363 .8 BeechAir .60 27 IS'i 14-8 Bell How .60 64 45'. 3 44 3 4 BondLx 1.60 83 43', 2 ^B BeneflCp l .60 88 58 57=8 Benguet 66 5*» 5=8 Beth Stl 1.20 475 75* B 25 Block HR .24 148 32'« 32' j Boeing Co .40 72 15=8 15 BolsCas .25b 771 24 23 Vs Borden 1.20 147 28 7 » 28 ',4 BorgWar 1.25 453 17Vt 27'i BrlstMy 1.20 95 643 s 63>,e Brit Pet .39g 137 15'a 15'/a Brunswk .12 262 33Va 32= a Bucy Erl.20 157 28ra 28 Vi Budd Co 21 mi 12', j BulovaW .60 43 21 Va 21 Bunkr Rarno 416 73.i 7','j Burl Ind 1.40 52 40 393 /4 Burl No 1.12g 54 SiVt 53 Burrghs .60 108 1347/a 133V» 15 30'8 + 1 16 11 >4 - ' 3934 — 'j 18 -r 3 .4 41''3 ... . 2H« •- '4 54 — '4 693» .4- 1,, 2' ? . . 17'« — 3 0 123a 98' 2 — ?« 37' i 30' 4 41 36'n 14 7 B 443 4 43 5734 , 5'-« "4 253 S •+ 5 B 32=a ... 15 — 'a 233 .4 — Va 28'. 3 + ','2 273.a + Vt 64Va — 3 /B IS'/a 323,i + Va 283.4 + Vi 12'b 21 Vt + V« 7'/j - Va IBM 5.20 278 3WA »2V> 303A1 +1 Int Harv 1.40 176 28'i 28 ',2 28' '3 _ IntMlner .05g 190 20V'2 20' it 20 '.4 _ Va Int Nickel 1 341 31 30 Va 31 'a Int Pap 1.50 136 33V» 323,i 32V4 •i- V '4 IntT&T 1.15 665 553 .4 55V'j S5V, _ ''3 Iowa Beet 18 26 25'tj 25>« _ 3a lowaPSv 1.40 27 20V'j 20 20'> + 3 ,B Itek Corp 211 40V. 39 '/4 393 .4 + 3 a Jewel Co 1.60 26 58'A 5BV4 58 'i 3 8 JohnMan 1.20 57 39V? 39Vi 393,i iJohnJoh .40a 78 90''j 89 ',-i 903 /8 + 1 '.B (JonLogn .80 36 57'a 57' 3 57 7 a j JonLaug .50g 12 lS'.i 15'a 15 ',4 -1- 'a iJostons .70 36 28'. a 27' 1 28'a + 3. a I Joy Mfg 1.40 63 60'i 593 4 593. — Vi K-L-iU -i- 533 .4 + =a Volume on the New York Stock Exchange totaled 13.50 million shares, compared with 8.59 million shares Wednesday. Of the 1,662 stocks traded on the Big Board, 801 advanced, and 560 declined. There were 31 new highs and 46 new lows. The New York Stock Exchange index of some 1,300 common stocks rose 0.25 to 54.33. Stocks were generally higher in all categories except motors, which were mixed, and metals and chemicals, which were off The Associated Press 60-stock average closed up 1.0 at 323.5 with industrials up 2.1, rails up 0.7, and utilities off 0.4. Union Carbide was most-active on the Big Board, losing IV* to 43%. A block of 433 , 600 shares crossed the tape during the day at 43, off 1%. On the American Stock Exchange, the price-change index rose 0.09 to 25.42. Of the 1,130 stocks traded, 476 advanced, and 371 declined. Volume totaled 3.84 million shares, compared with Wednesday's 2.12 million share turnover. 6NEW YORK (AP) - Markets at a glance: Stocks—Higher In moderate trading. Cotton—Higher. CHICAGO: Wheat — Higher; late rally. Corn — Lower; light liquidation. Oats — Higher; light trade. Soybeans — Mostly lower; liquidation. DOW JONES AVERAGES New YorktAP)Final Dow-jones averages STOCKS Open High Low Close Net 30 Ind 884.71 894.13 878.14 887.19 4- 3.36 20 Trn 235.67 238.41 234.60 237.18 + 1.51. 15 Ull 109.34 110.05 108.74 109.31 + 0.03 65 Stk 302.34 305.46 300.46 303.39 + 1.23 Transactions in stocks used In averages: Indus 1,827,600 Tran 414,100 Utils 274,500 65 Slk 2,516,200 BONDS . Vi? Bonds 71.10 +0.04 10 Higher grade rails 50.90 —O.07 10 Second grade rails 64.50 +0.04 10 Public Utilities 86.75 +0.13 10 Industrials 82.18 +0.07 Income rails 52.75 +0.23 Commodity futures index ...140.18+0.64 WHAT STOCKS DID NEW YORK (AP) Prev. Today day Advances 801 635 Declines 560 628 Unchanged 301 363 Total Issues 1662 1 626 New 1971 highs 31 18 New 1971 lows 46 60 NEW YORK (AP) — Closing New York Stock Exchange Index: Market + 19 cents Index 54.33 +0.25 Industrial ....58.49 + 0.24 Transportation 47.26 + 0.42 Utility 37.10+0.25 Finance 71.15 +0.29 NEW YORK (AP)—Standard and Poor's 500 stock Index Net High Low Close Change 425 Industrials 109.47 107.81 108.77 +.52 20 Railroads 45.97 45.34 45.79 +.18 5£ Utilities 55.99 55.17 55.53 +.06 500 Stocks 98.97 97.48 98.34 +.44 NEW YORK (AP)- Thursday's selected New York Stock Exchange prices: Sales Net (hds.) High Low Close Chg. A Cadence Ind 96 7'a V'-j 71 .4 Cal Finanl 36 Vt 7 "3 7H 'i CampRLk .45 49 283 s 27'a 273 4 '-a Camp Sp 1.10 53 30'i 295 i, 30 ''4 L 'i Caro PL! 1.46 58 22-'a 223 ,8 22' 2 4- '•4 Carrle'Cp .60 65 39 '.4 38?a 39'a — '1 CartWal .40a 211 19'-"8 185 B 18>j '4 CaslleCke .60 96 173i 17 '4 17 '4 In CaterTr 1.40 304 50'a JO'i SO'-* 4- Va ColaneseCp 2 394 79 78' 2 78 '2 '4 Cenco Ins .30 30 45V4 443 11 45',i + '•8 CentSWst 2 79 43 47.3 .0 42 </2 Vi Cerro Cp .80 51 15Vi 15 15 V'8 Cert-teed .80 110 34Va 323 ,4 333i +1 Vi CessnaAIr .60 76 233 /4 22?i> 23 + Va Ches Ohio 4 26 64% S3* a 643% a. Vi ChiMil SPP 28 13 '/a 123, i 13',a + Vi ChlPnouT 2 84 39Va 383 /4 39 Chris Craft 62 63,i Ms 63,4 + % Chryslr .60 577 »'/a 28 =8 28',a — Va CIT Flnl 2 105 46 45 '/4 ASVt — V? CltlesSvc 2.20 330 46'/i AS 1 /* 46 '/4 + Vi Clark Eql.40 48 49 48'/2 48 V2 — Vt ClevEIIII 2.24 33 343 /4 34 '/i 343.4 + Vi CocaCol 1.58 51 1083 /4 1073 /4 IO8V2 -i- Vi Colg Pal 1.40 41 50 'A 49% 50 '/4 + VJ Collins Rad 19 13'/j 13V'« 13% + VA Cololntst 1.60 12 28»t> 28V4 28V4 Va CBS 1.40b 129 461,4 45'.? 46Va + ','2 Colu Gas 1.76 88 33Va 32?s 33 CmbEn 1.40 32 67 66'A 67 8 ComlSolv .40 36 23 '/a 233. a 23? a + ComwE 2.20b 89 35'/a 35% 35=a + % Comsat JO 141 60 573,4 58 — 13,4 Con Edls 1.80 177 24 Vj 24Va 24H "a Con Fds 1.20 73 4 «a 46V'a 46Va ',8 ConNatG 1.88 71 28 27 s . s 273/i Cons Power 2 211 30l'e 29 s ,* 29 ',8 "3 B Cont Air Lin 233 17Vi 143* 17 •la ContCan 1.60 75 343 ,i OTa 33?a s-e Contl Corp 2b 95 45 '/3 44>' 2 45','a a. '•a Cont Oil 1.50 319 31 30 '/4 30'/i — Cont Tel .80 99 21V4 21 21 v. ',8 Control Data 712 47 453,1 46 3 ,i + 1V4 Cooperln 1.40 11 27'a 27Va 27 "2 CorGIW 2.50a 22 238V3 2343,4 238V s + 3Vi Cowles Com 87 IIV2 11 IIV2 ','2 Cox Bdcst .30 21 33 32'i 33 'a CPC Intl 1.70 364 37 31 Vi 31'i — 3'a CrouseHInd 1 35 2878 28Va 283,i s.e CrowColl .65f 47 10 93.-, 93i — '4 Crown Cork 175 19V4 18 *8, 19 Cp«nZell 1.20 42 323 /4 32 '.2 32 '.2 'n CurtlssWrt 68 11 10% 11 + ^8 Kaisr Alum 1 Kan GE 1.44 KanPLt 1 .38 Katy Ind KasyerRo .60 Konnecott 7 Korr.V.cG .60 KimbClk l.2o Knghl N .50q Koppors 1.60 Kraftco 1.70 KresgeSS .50 Kroger 1.20 LearSieg .20 LehPCem .40 LehVal Ind Lehmn 1.32g Levilz Furn JLibbOFd 2 LibbMcNL Llggt My 2.50 Ling Tern Vt Liltonlnd .50t Lockheed Air Loews Corp 1 LoneStarln 1 LoneSGa 1.36 LonglsLt 1.38 Lucky Str n LukensStl .80 LVO Corp Lykes Yngsf Macke Co .30 Macy RH 1 MadFd 1.05g Magnvox 1.20 Marath 1.60 Marcor .EO Mar Mid 1.70 MarlinM 1.10 MayDSIr 1.60 Maytag 1.10a McDonD .40b McGrwH .60 M.ead Corp 1 Melv Sho .80 Memorex Cp Merck 2.20 MGM Microdot .30q MldSUIll 1.02 MInnMM 1.85 MInnPLt 1.30 MobllOII 2.60 Mohas 1.10 Monsant 1.80 MontDUt 1.88 Mont Pw 1.68 MorNor .80 Motorola .60 MtFuel S 1.80 MtStaTT 1.36 26 53''i 25' t 10'. 433. 29':66' 2 34 423'a 94'i 202 19 2 62 5 277 34 39 6 22 174 90 33 242 58 22 176 106 87' 2 76 53 '2 69 8 16 241 76 64 161 24" a 26 -1 '4 23' 2 23''n - 3 ,s 25' a 25'a 9'a 10 ... 22'. 2 22' 2 22' 2 — 'i 29'; 28 7 s 29 — '3 •13' 4 43' 2 — 1 -4 29 29 66' 2 66' 2 — ' < 33' 4 33'4 ... 41 s* 42 •'• '4 933n 94 -1 '2 33'. 2 33'a 33' 4 11 lO's 10'a + '4 16'i 15" B 16' b u "4 4' a 4 4' s -f ' a 163 8 16 16'i — '4 853 4 863» +13 0 52 3 B 523 'B — "8 8 734 8 52 52 52 — 'a 12'a ll'/a ll?a + 3,8 2634 2«14 26'8 .. .. 9'a 9=8 W» — Vi 503,'a 483.4 49V4 ... 115 25'4 24=8 2514 + =a 104 273 S 27 27Va + Va 25 22=a 22V4 22Vs 263 20Va 19'/a 20'/. + Vi 6 183.4 37 5 '-'3 56 8' a 20 113a 15 44 7 'a 44% 70 IS'/a 143.4 94 51% Sl'.i 158 36V, 210 333a 56 32' 2 112 21 43 46' 3 33 383 4 139 28' 2 27'i 78 1834 18% 215 19'a 18' 2 38 56'j 55i.i 232 34% 333,i 96 112V4 110% 112H +IV4 35 21 lit 20% 2034 — Va 70 17% 16% 16% — 14 228 22% 22V< 22V 2 + Vs 46 122% 121% 122% + % 19 20% 20% 203/s 463 48% 48% 48% + Va 123 32V3 32V4 32 '/2 342 51V* 50% 51V4 + Vt 12 32V4 313.4 32 59 28% 28% 28% — Vs 53 25% 25 25 '.2 + V4 208 76 73% 743,4 —1 '/3 11 40% 393/4 393,4 — 1/2 19 22 ','2 22 VB 22' 3 + V2 Transmra ,J3 335 !9Vj 18% 18% 1 .8 TrlCont l.77g 17 27% 27% 27% -1. Vi TRW Inc la 171 35% 351 /4 35% -u I'a Twent Cent 117 934 9% 93,4 V4 UAL Inc 328 41! a 40Va 40% + Vi UMC Ind .72 9 19V4 19Vs 19 '/4 Va Un Carbide 2 6293 441 /4 43 4K» —IV* UnElec 1.28 114 18 3 4 18% 18% 4. Va UnOIICal 1.60 152 3334 33% 3334 % Un Pac Cp 2 134 5934 59 59% + 1.4 Unlroyal .70 104 21% 20'-> 21% f % Unit Air 1.80 173 30' 2 29 '.2 30V2 % UnBrands .30 39 13'4 1234 13 + 1,^ UnltCp .Sog 54 8 7% 8 + % Unit MM 1.30 21 29% 2934 29% Va US Gypsm 3 60 68'4 6714 68V4 US Indus! .60 96 26 "3 26% 263 a US PlyCh .84 288 35V4 331 ,2 34% + % MS Smelt 1 92 26% 25 25' 2 — % US Steel 1.60 162 29% 29i< 29% + 3j Unlv Oil ,20p 779 15 14% 14% — '2 UnlvCptr .87f 117 24 23' 2 23' .3 — ' 4 Upiohn 1.60 101 66% 65% 66% T '% \ -W-X-Y-Z Investing Co's. Varian As'.oc 55 143* 14'a 14' 4 VencloCo ,20p 10 11% 113 6 ll'» — 1 4 VaEIPw 1.12 157 18% 18% 18% — % WachCp 1.20 11 60 1 i 60 '4 60' 2 3 8 Wa'-Lam l.:o 172 75 74'4 74'i 1 4 WashWP 1.36 26 20% 20' 4 20'4 — 3a WstnAIr 2.19f 18 30 '4 30 30'4 -L ! ^ Wn Banc 1.30 66 32% 32% 32% WnUnion 1.40 50 44'a 43% 43=8 — '4 Westg El 1.80 230 9634 953 a 96 '3 + 3'4 Weyerhs .80 949 51% 50' '3 50% — Va Whirl Cp 1.60 284 93% 92% 933a + White Motor 300 25% 243,4 253 /8 % Whittaker 143 10 934 10 1 8 Williams Co 259 46' 2 46'4 46' 2 '4 |WinnDx 1.74 11 44 43% 433,4 + '4 ' Woolwth 1.20 1641 49 47% 9 Xerox Cp .80 25 115% 115' 8 115 ',4 — % Zale Corp .64 25 42 4Pi 4134 Zenith R 1.40 186 493 B 48 '/2 48% 1 Copyrighted by The Associated Press. NEV/ YORK (AP)' —The following quotations, supplied by the National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc., are the prices at which those securities could have been sold (bid) or bought (asked) Thursdy. Bid Ask AGE Fnd 5.27 5.38 Aberdn 2.21 2.42 Admiralty Funds: Aetna F 10.58 11.56 Affiliate! 7.14 7.72 Afuture F 11.33 11.33 AIIAm Fd unavall Allstate 11.64 12.52 Alpha 12.93 14.13 Amcap 6.38 6.97 Am Bus 3.29 3.56 Am Diver 10.79 11.79 Am Eqity 5.44 5.96 Amer Express Hedge 11.53 12.44 Herltge 2.39 2.42 Hor Man 14.53 17.22 ICM Flnl 8.23 9.02 ISI Group: Grwth 4.08 4.46 Incom 4.08 4.46 Trus sh 12.06 13.18 Trus un 3.25 18 V '2 5V4 7% 10% 343. 32% 31% 20% 46' 4 38% 1834 + V4 5V4 — Vs 8 11% + Vi 44% 14%... . 513' B — 'a 35% -M' a 33 •'• i -2 323.', .4. 114 20 3 4 46% 't - 38J 4 i 4 28'- - 3 -4 18% + % 18% — V '2 56 + V '2 33% + Va SALES NEW YORK (AP) -N Y Stock sales Approx final total 13,500,000 Previous day . . 8,590,690 Week ago 13,274,150 Month ago Year ago Two years ago Jan 1 to dale 1970 to date . 1969 to date . .10,694,120 ... 9,705,250 ...11,410,150 2,957,209,575 2,119,714,620 2,074,876,863 \merican Excl lanse Capit Incme Invest Sped Stock Am Grth Am Inv Am Mutl AmN Gth Anchor Group: 8.92 9.75 9.27 10.13 8.86 9.66 8.98 8.91 9.74 6.82 7.45 5.65 5.65 9.44 10.32 3.55 3.88 Capit Grwth Incme Fd Inv Vent Astron 8.52 9.34 11.81 12.94 8.10 8.88 9.3210.21 46.09 50.51 4.77 5.21 Axe Houghton Fnd A 5.76 6.26 Fnd B Stock Sclen Babson Bayrk Fd Bayrk Gr 8.01 8.71 6.11 6.68 4.76 5.17 9.47 9.47 8.63 9.43 5.74 6.27 Beacn HII 10.93 10.93 Beacn In 13.9213.92 Berg Ken 9.89 9.89 Berk Gth 5.94 6.49 Bondstk 6.63 7.25 Bost Fdn 11.15 12.19 Brwn Fd 3.87 4.23 Bullock Calvin: Bullck 15.12 16.57 Candn 19.23 21.05 Divld 3.73 4.09 NalW S 10.17 11.15 NY Vnt 11.62 12.72 NEW YORK (AP)- Thursday's selected American Stock Exchange prices: Sales Nel (hds.) High Low Close Chg.! Burnh Fd 12.10 12.10 6 9% 9' 2 9% -t- ',4 I Bus Mgt 7.25 7.95 4 18 18 18 . .ICG Fund 10.19 11.02 32 22% 22 223.8 + % Capam unavail 78 2 1% 1% — Va Capit Gth 3.50 3.83 NO D-E-F AbbtLb 1.10 ACF Ind 2.40 Ad Mlllls .20 Address .60g Admiral Aetna Lfe 6.60 Air Prod .20t> Air Red .60g Akzona la Alcan Alum 1 Alleg Cp .log AllegLud 1 .40 AllegPw 1.34 Allied Chl.20 AllledSIr 1 .40 AlllsCh .20g Alcoa 1 .80 AMBAC .50 AmHess .22d Am Airl ,40p A Brnds 2.20 AmBdcst 1 .20 Am Can 2.20 ACrySug 1 .40 ga cyan 1 .25 AmEIPw 1 .70 A Home 1 .70 Am Hosp .26 A MtlClxl.40 Am Motors ANatGas 2.20 A Smelt 1 .90 Am Stand .40 AT&T wl Am T&T 2.60 AMF Inc 1 AMP Inc .64 68 643.4 1 57% 12 12% 82 36% 33 1*3,4 95 64i '4 77 53V-4 42 213.4 17 43 71 mi 56 14 IB 23V% 63 643 4 +2Va 57% 57% . . 12 VB 121 /4 + % 36 36V2 + Dan River Dart Ind .30b DaycoCp 1.14 DaytnPL 1.66 Deere Co 2 Del Mnto 1.10 Delta Air .50 153,4 16V4 ->- DennyRst .04 63 63% + % Df'Edis l.« Dlam Sham 1 53 53 — 1,4 21 1 /2 21 Va 42'/2 43 + 3,4 17 173 ,8 + % 13% 13% + Va 23 23 + 1/4 257 22Va 22% 22V '2 + Va 217 32% 32V4 32% — Va 333,4 34 + % 12% 12% — % 45% 45Va —2Vs 12V4 13 + 3.4 MVS 54% — % 35% 3614 + 3j 423.4 43% + % 44 'A 44% + % 109 333,3 32Va 33V4 + % 2 2m 21% 2P /2 + % 341/4 34% — Va 26% 26% 80 VB 80% + % 38% 38% 30% 31 7'/a 73,4 + V4 3* 361a + Va 21% 213.1 — % 21% 21% — % 7% 8 + % 42'i 43% + 34 38% 40'i +l'i 62% 623,4 — Va 7 34 90 13 1035 4S 41 13 273 55 386 36% 89 43% 62 44% 255 34V -J 338 26% 102 81 93 39 68 31V4 197 73.4 55 36V2 207 21% 56 22 344 8 VB 2232 43Vi 395 4014 56 63 1 i I I I I I I. 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VB 313 70Vi &9% 69V2 — Va 524 22% 22V8 22% + Va 89 191 -4 19 19V4 + 3 ,4 5 5V4 5 51 ,-i 42 3734 37 37 — 1 /4 Nabisco 2.20 79 51'4 50 ''2 5114 + 11 .-4 NatAirln .10p 67 25V2 24'i 25% +1Va Mat Can .45 10O 23V2 22% 23V4 + 1V4 NatCashR .72 477 35Vi 337'a 34% + % Nat Distil .90 66 15% 15V8 15V8 Mat Fuel 1.68 13 23% 23% 23% + % NatGenl .20 61 27 26' 2 26ij Mat Gyp 1.05 297 241 a 23% 23% — VB Nat Indusl 26 7 6% 6% Nat Steel 2.50 369 4P4 411-4 41% + % Nat Tea .80 22 13% 13% 1334 Natomas .25 305 85% 82 823.4 —2Va NevPow 1.24 a 34 33% 3334 + % Newberry 1 9 24% 24% 24% — % NEngEI 1.56 39 21% 21% 21% + % Newmnt 1.04 129 28 27% 27% — Vs NiagMP 1.10 125 15% 153 a 153 8 — Va NL Ind 1 140 17 161 '2 16% Norfolk W 5 86 81% 80% 805 e — % Norrls Ind 1 11 38 ','2 381 /4 38V4 1/2 No Am Phil 1 7 24 24 24 NoAmRk 1.40 49 28% 28% 28% + % NoNGas 2.60 21 45' 2 45% 45% 1,4 NoStaPw 1.70 63 253.i 25V4 25% Northrop 1 18 19 183a 18' 2 — 3 B Nwst Airl .45 358 3 PB 29% 31% 41% NwtBanc 1.40 19 35% 34% 35 + 1 -8 Norton 1.50 28 33% 33% 33% — Vi Nort Simon 209 54% 54V4 54% — 1/4 Occld Pet 1 827 15% 15 VB 15'i OhloEdls 1.54 57 22% 22 22% + % Okla GE 1.24 26 24 233.i 24 + Va OklaNGs 1.24 8 20% 20% 203 .4 + Va Olln Corp .88 57 21% 21% 21% Omarkln .62f 16 13% 1234 1234 Otis Elev 2 36 41% 40% 41 "2 + =>4 Outbd Mar 1 93 39 381-4 3834 -f V'4 Owen Cnq .75 71 50% 49% 50'4 -r 5 /i Owen' III 1.35 59 52% 51% 52 PGR Member New York Stock Exchange. Inc., with offices in eight states and 93 years investment experience. Please send me a complimentary copy of the B. C. Christopher report described above. NAME. ADDRESS_ CITY_ _.STATB_ ..ZIP- PHONE. I I I I GAC Cp .40p 92 13% 13V4 133* + Va GAF Corp .40 228 19% 19V4 19% + % Gam Sko 1.30 131 423,4 42 421 .8 + 1,4 Gannett .48 35 571 -i 57 57 — 1.4 Gen Dynam 29 21 Va 21% 21% + Va GenElec 1.40 494 61% 60% 61 Va +1V4 GenFood 1.40 639 34% 34 34 — l/ 2 GenMllls .96 253 35% 35 35% + Va GenMot 2.55g 444 83 VB 82V4 82% + Va G PubUt 1.60 174 22Va 22Va 22% + Va GnTelEI 1.52 495 Wt 29% 29% + Va Gen Tire lb 53 271 /2 27 27V4 + Vi Genesco 1.70 25 30 29% 29% .. GaPacIf .80b 227 52% 51V8 52% +1V4 Gerber 1.30 429 44 45V4 46 — % GettyO 1.13g 9 81% 81 81 Gillette 1.40 374 41% 41% 41 Vi .. 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a 27', a — % 1 5 11 50 102 17 41 13 13 50 50 43 75 14 551 57 38 10 40 5 7Va «'.-'» 4% 4V -4 33 ,8 16 5 314 9V a 2Vs 171 .4 9% 28% 63 i 2% 27' 4 2% 7' 2 10% 2% 93 ,4 27V 4 18 6' 4 26 64>.i 130 60Vi 453 19 179 5% 83 18% 407 29 X367 38Vi 17 58% 9 23% 64U 60 18 3 i 5% — V i 1B% 18% — Vi 28Vi 29 + % 37% 38 + I--' Vi % — % <'4 % + % VB + i-'a — "4 Vi % 4- Vi -r % % — % — ',8 % + IVi 3 27'a 7% 6Vi 4% 43 a 3V '2 14% 51 /4 3% 9% 2V4 17% 10 29% 6% 2% 27V -2 31 /4 7% 34 10'i 37 21 /4 14 10 2 271-4 24 18 79 6% 346 25% 17 11% 15 10V4 1 61 2 10 20Va 45 12% 9 1% 19 3V2 47 6% 6 9-16 73 4 334 8 15% 15' a 2 244 41 7 19 13% 39 3% 291 17% 106 15% 67 73 i 58 4'4 34 17% 48 18% 729 491 -8 43 13% 48 88% 451 147 18 62 25 30 51 23 25 15 29 92 19% Imp Cap Imp Gth IncF Am IncF Bos Industry INTGN Cus S4 Polar Knlckb Knlck Gt Lenox Fd Lex Grth Lex Rsh Llbrty Fd Life Stk Life Inv Line Nat Ling 10.25 41.20 7.97 8.71 14.04 15.34' 7.22 7.91| 4.72 5.17 10.03 10.85 5.50 5.70 4.30 470 7.41 8.12 9.61 10.53 unavall 10.55 11.53 16.60 18.14 6.62 7.23 4.00 6.56 8.53 9.32 11.34 12.39 4.92 Local Markets Thursday. 3%s 71 . ., . 4s 72 Feb ... 2V2S 72-47 Jun 4s 72 Aug . . 2%s 72-47 Sep 2'2S 72-47 Dec 4s 73 ... . 4 V-BS 73 . . . 4VBS 74 . 4V4S 74 . 3%s 74 . . 4s 80 Loomis Sayles: Canad 27.70 27.70 Capit 11.95 11.95 Mut 14.93 14.93 Lord Abt 10.95 ... Luth Bro 11.80 12.90 Magna In 8.82 9.44 Manhtn 5.24 5.73 Mkt Gth 6.22 6.22 Massachusett Co: Freed 8.37 9.17 Indep 6.96 7.«3 Mass 11.4512.55 Mass Financl MIT MIG MID Males Mathers Mid AM Moody Moody's MIF Fd MIF Gth 14.05 15.37 12.7913.98 15.22 14.43 3.81 3.81 13.74 13.74 5.59 4.11 12.3312.33 12.4412.44 8.82 9.54 5.57 4.13 MuUS Gv 10.3410.50 M OmaG 4.18 6.72 M Oman! 10.78 11.72 Mut Shrs 16.70 16.70 Mut Trst 7.00 2.00 NEA Mut 10.45 10.66 Nat Ind 11.18 11.18 Nat Secur Ser: Balan 10.77 11.77 Capit Sh unavall Cap Trln 13.24 14.47 Centry Sh 14.2215.54 Channing Funds: Balan 11.9613.03 Com St 1.74 1.90 Grwth 5.94 6.49 Incom 7.65 8.36 Specl 1.96 2.14 Chase Gr Bos: Capit 7.92 8.66 Fund 10.48 11..15 7V2 61 /8 + Va I 43 ,i + Va 41 4 — Vi 3% — Va 163a + % 5V-8 + VS 3V4 — Va 9% + Vi 2% 17V a + Vi 10 29% +IVa 63 4 234 + % 27V -2 -I - Vi 3 '4 + 1-2 71 2 — Vi 10'i + VB 2% — Vs 93.4 27V4 18 6% + % 23% 24'-8 + Vs 11% 1134 + Vi 10% 10% + Va 6V 2 6V a + Va 20 3 B 20% + Va 12 12% + % Pi 1 '4 33a 3'a 6% 3% 15% — Vi 23 ,4 . . , 7 + % 13 W8 1 31/2 — Va 17% +1 15% — 3 ,4 7V4 + Vi 4i,a. + Va 17 — % 18 — % 683,3 + % 13V 2 + Vs Front Shrhld Sped Chemicl Colonial: Equty Fund Grwth Incom Vent 90.58 11.9313.04 10.29 61.25 18.78 20.56 4.29 4.69 11.0412.07 6.4* 7.0* 9.90 10.82 5.2* 5.76 Bond Divid Grwth Pf 51k Incom Stock Nel Grth Nel Side Neuw Cet Neuw Fd New Wld Newton 5.03 5.50 4.35 4.75 9.41 10.28 7.31 7.99 5.44 5.94 8.00 8.74 9.8910.75 16.4817.91 6.*8 7.30 11.27 12.54 13.0*14.27 15.7917.2* 3V 4 s 41 .4 s 3 %s 4V is 85 . 85-75 90 . 92-87 Corn, Wheat In Recovery CHICAGO (AP) - Soybean futures declined 3 cents a bushel early in the session on the Chicago Board of Trade Thursday, then unproved under short-covering an dseveral small rarrllies. Corn and wheat futures were down around 1 cent at one time 3I3S 80 but also recovered at the close. 3? 4S 8I 83 . 78 Oats closed on an irregular tone. There were several factors that influenced liquidation on the opening in the major pits. The possibilities that the longshoremen's strike on the West Coast might spread to the East and Gulf coasts at midnight, the world monetary situation, generally favorable weather and lessening exports all figured in the liquidating picture. The generally favorable weather for harvesting also was a factor in the sale of corn futures. Trade was very light through the first hour but expanded after midsession. At the close, soybeans w-ere 1 i 2 DC Tran A cent lower to 1 cent higher. No- 1 3 Pres, ° n Mi " vember 3.10: wheat was around 1 cent higher, December 1.47; corn was irregular, December 1.12%; and oats were irregular, December 68% cents. •TRUCK WHEAT-1.27 BRAN—2.85 SHORTS—2.90 WICHiTA TRUCK WHEAT-1.27 •Board of Trade quotation, not necessarily elevator price. NEW YORK (AP) — Closing over the counter U.S. Government Treasury bonds, bid, asked, n'et change and yield for 4s 93-88 4i,as 94-89 3s 95 ... . 3 '-'2S 98 . . . Prices quoted Subject to Federal taxes Slate income loxes. 100 99.20 . 98.12 .98.30 .97.16 . 96.24 97.8 .97 .96.16 .96.12 . .94.16 . .86.28 .83.4 107.4 . 77 77 82 77 . 79 78.12 . 78 . 77 . 77.8 in 100.4 99.28 98.16 99.2 97.24 97 97.16 97.8 96.24 96.20 95 87.12 83.20 107.20 78 78 83 78 80 79.12 79 78 78.8 -.2 J .2 + .2 .2 + .6 + .6 -i -.4 + .6 + .6 + .6 2.74 4.33 4.71 5.12 4.96 5.11 5.43 5.52 5.61 5.65 Page 2 The Hutchinson News UPS AND DOWNS NEW YORK (API— The following list shows the stocks that have gone up the mosl and down the most based on percent of change on the New York Slock Exchange regardless of volume for Thursday. Net and percentage changes are The difference between the previous closing price and today's last price. UPS + .12 5.65 4.12 5.94 + .16 5.84 -I .12 5.96 v .8 5.88 -'-.12 5.58 1 .8 6.11 -•-.12 5.40 -V .20 5.93 + .8 5.68 + .20 5.80 + .12 4.54 + .16 4.97 dollars and 32ds. bul not to Nlch Strg 17.5917.59 Noreast 15.2315.23 Oceangr 7.54 7.54 Omega 6.97 7.09 100 Fund 14.6015.9* 101 Fund 9.4! 10.28 One WmS 1*.20 1*.20 ONelll 12.5712.57 Oppenh 8.72 9.53 Colu Grth 14.37 14.37 ComS Bd 5.31 5.80 Cwlth AB Cwlth C Comp As Comp Cp Comp Bd Comp Fd Concord Cons Inv Constel G Cont Mul Cont Gth B j Corp Ldr 'B Ctry Cap Crn WDiv Crn WDal deVegh 1.34 1.45 Opp AIM OTC Sec Param M Paul Rvr Penn Sq Pa Mut Phlla Pilgrim Pine St Plon Ent Pion Fnd l.*8 1.82| Plan Inv 23 4 4% 13 3% 1 *1 /4 1434 7 '/4 4 17 1734 *7',a 13% 84% 87% 353 s 34% 34% • 3% 334 334 25/ B 2514 25% + %' 7 6% *% — V4 «% *% 6% — 3,8 5'2 5Vi 53 /8 43:. 41-2 43,4 3 5 5% 5% 5% + Va 9V4 9 9% + V4 28% 28% — % 18% 19V4 Copyrighted by The Associated Press 1971 AMEX SALES Approx total stock sales 3,840,000 Stock sales year ago 2,747,555 Approx total bond sales .. S 3,4*0,000 Bond sales year ago S 1,826,000 Selected Bonds 7.40 8.11 6.86 7.52 9.40 10.22 9.85 10.71 10.48 10.48 unavall 5.92 6.47 8.68 8.68 10.38 10.48 15.92 17.43 unavall 6.09 6.60 7.18 7.85 71.73 71.73 Delaware Group: Decal 12.21 13.34 Delaw 13.21 U.44 Delta 7.79 8.51 Dir Cap 6.92 7.58 Dodg Cox 15.58 15.58 Drexel 63.94 13.94 Dreyf Fd 12.14 13.30 Dreyf Lv 15.01 66.45 Eatcn8,Howard: Balan 10.16 11.10 Grwth incom Specl Stock Ebrstdt Edie Spl Egret Gt Elfun Tr Emer Sec Energy Equity Equit Gth Equit Pro FD Cap Falrfld Farm Bu 13.76 15.04 6.45 7.05 9.70 10.6O 13.95 15.25 13.55 14.81 23.82 23.82 13.11 14.25 19.20 .. 6.13 6.70 12.17 12.17 9.35 10.22 9.22 10.10 4.06 4.45 4.99 . 10.34 11.20 10.06 10.06 Fidelity Group: Capit Conlfd Dstny Essex Evrst Fidel Purltn Salem Trend 12.14 13.27 9.15 10.00 6.82 13.34 14.58 12.95 14.15 16.2917.80 10.2611.21 5.35 5.85 24.29 26.55 NEW YORK (AP) Thursday' s selected New York Stock Exchange bond prices: Sales Net (SI 000) High Low Close Chg. AmFP 4.80S87 5 58 58 58 + i/a AT&T 4 %s85 113 76 74% 75% + 3.4 ColumGas Ss82 5 80 79Va 79Va — 1/2 ColuGas 4 %s83 10 76Va 76V2 76Va —1'-4 ConEdis 5s87 3 731/2 731,2 73i 'a + IV2 ErleRR 5s2020f 29 12% 11% 12% + % GnMotAcc 5s80 63 86 85 85 — % MoP 43,4s2020f 53 51% 51 51% + % v|NYC 5s2013f 12 13V '3 12% 13 + % NorPac 4597 13 531 /8 53V8 53 VB Pac G&E 5s91 10 751/ B 75>,a 75V8 Sears R 43.4s83 118 83% 82% 82% —iva US Steel 4%s96 50 64% 633.4 44 — % US Steel 4s83 5 75Va 74% 74V3 Copyrighted by The Associated Press 1971 54% 58'a +1% j 1969 to date SALES NEW YORK (AP) -N Y Bond sales Approx final total 525,350,000 Previous day 515,914,000 Week ago $22,579,000 Month ago $25,034,000 Year ago 514,502,000 Two years ago $13,982,000 Jan 1 to date S 4,890,548,000 1970 to date $ 3,179,711,000 ..$ 2,638,086,000 158 33% 33% 33% -- % 1 11 22 21% 22 + %i 6 523i 52% 523 .4 + '.2: 13 32% 32% 3234 .. . ! 40 10% 101a 10 3 4 + % 201 31% 30% 31%) + % 18 40 '-3 40'i 40% . .. 105 81% 803 4 8034 — Va 78 17' -4 14% 17% + % 22 12% 12% 12% — Vs 165 19 18% 19 + % 87 66V 2 45% 46% — 1 8 1 12 69 48% 69 + % 111 94 93% 93% + Va 90 43% 43Va 43% + Va 21 48V4 48 48 — Vi 55 17 1631 14% ... 82 6934 68% 48% — IVi 107 54% 5*% 543 .8 — % 1141 18% 17% 177a — % 17 23% 23 Va 231.2 + VB 8*8 293 ,8 29% 291 ,4 + VB 198 20% 20 20'a — 1 .8 50 45% 431 a 43% —2 257 43 42% 42% — Va 71 8*% 84'/a 86Va + Va 572 24','a 25% 24V 8 + % 36 29 28', a 28% — % 82 79V a 79 79V /S + % 43 43% 4244 43V '3 +1 7 *% 4Va 4', a — VB 200 56Vi 55% 56V'a + % 183 *& 64% 45% + Vb 307 72% 70% 72 +1% 119 B5% 85 85 + Vi 33 43% 42% 431 .4 + Vi 193 4*% 45 45 '/3 + V '4 33 2*% 26Vj 26V3 — Vi 137 531 /4 50% 51 Va —2 7 56 55% 56 + % 61 5% 5 VB 5V4 ... 35 42V4 42 42 — Va 40 15% 15% 1 MB + V» T.U 29 23Va 23% 23Va — % 21 35 34% 34% + Va 485 21% 20V4 20% + Vi 203 14V« 13V3 13% + Vi 503 24% 23% 24% + % 622 32',s 31 Va 32% + % 87 40% 40% 4014 431 15% 14% 15Va + % 38 107',» 106% 107 + 1 /4 2 1*% 16% 14% 53 32 31% 317 B + % 304 14Va 14 14% — Vs 3* 24 23% 24 4- % 23 47V« 44% 47 + 4s 48 42% 41% 42% + Va 17 18V4 18 18Vs 382 31% 30 31 Vi +1 Financial Prog: Dyna 4.37 4.79 Indust 3.83 4.20 Incom unavail Vent 4.34 4.75 FstFd Va 11.81 12.91 Fst Investors: Disco 7.41 8.12 Grwlh 10.36 11.35 Stock Fst Mult Fst Nat Fst Sierr Fnd Gth 9.7* 10.70 9.26 9.41 7.32 8.0O 5.83 6.39 4.60 5.25 Founders Group Grwlh 16.6718.22 Incom 13.78 15.06 Mutal 8.75 9.56 Specl 11.67 12.75 Foursq 10.3211.28 Franklin Group: DNTC 9.12 9.99 Grwth 6.57 7.20 Utlls 5.54 «.07 Incom 2.10 2.30 US Gov .10.62 61.64 FdF Dep 10.60 40.60 Fund Inc Grp: Comm 9.8410.75 Impac 8.50 9.29 Pligrth 12.70 13.88 10.6211.54 8.86 9.68 8.49 9.18 8.07 8.07 4.30 4.30 14.93 16.36 10.4311.40 11.48 11.48 7.98 8.72 11.55 12.62 11.52 12.59 13.40 14.64 UPS AND DOWNS NEW YORK (AP)—The following list shows the slocks that have gone up the most and down the most based on percent of change on the American Stock Exchange regardless of volume. Net and percentage changes are the difference between yesterday's closing price and today's last price. UPS Last 3% 2% 51 -3 2 3% DOWNS Last 2% 1% 6>a 2% 2'; Name 1 Jetronic Ind 2 Int Cont wt 3 Un Natl Cp 4 UnNatCp wt 5 Career Ac Name 1 Oxford Eloc Net + Va + % Pet, Up 18.2 38 Up Up Up Up 14.7 15.8 14.3 13.* Net Pet. Off 10.5 4 Castlctn Ind 5 GSC Entrp 6 Tech Tape 11 ^ Off on Off Olf Off Price Funds: Grv/th 27.89 27.B9 N Era 9.99 9.99 N Horlz 32.37 32.37 Pro Fund 10.63 10.63 Pro Portf 6.93 7.57 Prog Fd 5.7* 6.23 Provid 4.95 5.41 Pru SIP 10.63 11.61 Putnam Funds: Equit 8.77 9.58 Georg 14.90 16.28 Kansas City Wheat Dec Mar May Jul PC 1 .43% 1 .42V4 1.40% Open 1 .431/1 1 .42 1.40% 1 .36% High 1 .451,4 1 .43% 1.41 1 .34% Low 1.43V*- 1.42 1.401 /4 1 .34% Close 1.45 1.42% 1 .4034 1 .3 *Va Chicago Wheat Dec Mar May Jul PC 1 .45% 1 .44% 1 .44 1 .38 Open 1 .45 1 .46 1.45 1.3714 High 1 .47% 1 .483J 1 .473, 1.39 LOW 1 .44% 1 .45% 1 .45 1 .371.4 Close 1 .47 1 .48 1 .47V a 1 .38% Chicago Oats Dec Mar May PC 68% 6734 66% Close 683.4 6734 46% Chicago Corn Dec Mar May Jul FC 1.13 1 .173.4 1,20% 1.221 -2 Open 1.12% 1.17% 1.20% 1.22% High 1.13% 1.17% 1.21 1.22% ILow .' 1.123a 1.17 1.50 1.22 Close 1.12% 1.17' 2 1.20% 1.22' 2 Chicago Soybeans Nov Jan Mar PC 3 .10% 3.143, 3.18% Close 3.10 3.13=8 3.173 a Chicago Eggs UPS AND DOWNS NEW YORK(AP)—The following list shows the slocks thai have gone up the most and down the most based on percent of change on the Over-The Counter Industrial Stocks regardless of volume. Net and percentage changes are the difference between yesterday's closing bid price and today's last bid price. UPS Name Last Net Pet. 1 Diglal Ap 23 8 + % Up 44.2 2 Contran 1% ... i.„ Up 18.2 3 Wst St Ur 1% a. i 4 Up 15.4 4 Hodgsn H 8V4 ->- 1 Up 13.8 5 Crown Cr ll'i -t- 1% Up 12.5 DOWNS Name Last Net Pet. 1 Leis Grp 1% — 13 4 Off 51.9 2 Interc Dy 1% — 3-a Off 18.8 3 Cogar 19% — 3% Off 15.2 4 Centy Cn l'a 1 4 Off 13.3 5 Elec Dat 6'a — % Off 12.5 Last Net Pet. a 1- % Up 10.3 14''a !- T '4 Up 9 .4 243 4 2% Up 9 .4 10% -1 % Up 9.3 12'a .4. 1 Up B.4 41 + 3 Uo 7.9 73 a V ' 2 Up 7.3 39' a + 2% Up 7.0 9-'8 -1- % Up 6.9 6% .4 3„ UP (.5 25' 2 +- 1% UP 6.3 13 -4 •' 4 Un 6.1 28% -4. \r.; Up 6.1 333 a -1- 1% Uo 60 11 -I- 'a Up 6 .0 33% -I- 1% Up 6 .0 63 4 + % Up 5 .9 13% 4- % Up 5.9 1334 + 34 Up 5 .8 31 3 4 + 1 -34 Up 5 .8 23% •v l'i Up 5.7 71 a + % Up 5 .6 23 8 + % Up 5.6 28V4 + 1% UP 5.6 4534 + 2'b Up 5.5 313/8 + l'a UP 5.5 23% + 1% UP 5.5 DOWNS Last Not Pet. 49% — 7% Off 13.1 6% — 3,4 Off 9.8 24 — 2 Off 7.7 334 — Vi Off 6.3 38% — 2Va Off *.l 4% — V4 Off 5.4 15% — % Off 5 .4 1734 — 1 Off 5 .3 45'a — 2V'a Off 5 .2 48' 2 — 2','a Off 4.9 1734 — % Off 4 .7 5% . „ 1 4 Off 4 .7 15% _.. 14 Off 4.6 51% -- 2% Off 4 .6 43' a - 2 Off 4.4 5 5 8 -• 1 4 Off 4.3 40% -134 Off 4.7 ?0% — % Off 4 .7 41% -- 134 Off 4.1 834 .... 3 S Olf •t.l 24 ... 1 Off 4.0 12'a — ' 2 Off 4.0 243 4 — 1 Off 3.9 18% 3 4 Off 3.9 9% — 3 B Off 3.9 Name 1 Chadbrn pf 2 Kane Millr 3 M'etromcd 4 Ravmnd Int 5 Berkey Pho 6 NalCan pf A 7 HelenCurl A 8 Winnebago 9 Assd Brew 10 Transcll Inv 11 Temple Ind 12 AMBAC Ind 13 Redman Ind 14 Am Shlpbdg 15 Curllss Wrl 16 Shapell Ind 17 Chris Craft 18 Dymo Ind 19 Braniff Air 20 FleelwEnt n 2t Nat Can 22 Int Rectif 23 Plessey Ltd 24 Vornado Inc 25 Barber Oil 26 Nwst Airl 27 Rio Grande Name 1 Electn Data 2 Rucker Co 3 Purex pf 4 Welbllt Cp 5 StuWor pfA 6 HCA Ind 7 Penn Fruit 8 McKee 9 Alcoa 10 Hilton Hotel 11 Dayco Corp 12 MEI Corp 13 Hecla Mng 14 SprmklG pf 15 SouNat Gas 16 RoanSol Tr 17 GINorNek 18 Hudson Bay 19 Ander Clayt 20 ElMemMg 21 Comptg Soft 22 Dllllnqhm 23 Pnwlt 1.25pf 24 Stoke Van C 25 WoanU pf A Produce Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) — Wholesale eggs unchanged: large, 80 per cent A 27-36; medium, 80 per cent A 18-27. CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA) — Butler: wholesale selling prices Thursday unchanged; 93 score AA 69; 92 A 69; 90 B 66%. Eggs: Issued only on Wednesday and Friday. Weather in the Newt s Grwth Incom Invest Vista Voyag Revere Rinfret Saqitars Schustr 10.72 11.72 8.20 8.96 8.50 9.29 9.27 10.13 8.17 8.93 10.53 11.56 15.26 15.50 3.42 3.42 16.37 17.92 Scudder Funds Int Inv 13.69 63.94 Specl 35.18 35.18 Balan 15.78 65.78 Com St 10.38 10.38 Security Funds: Equty 3.82 4.19 Invest 8.29 9.08 Ultra 8.54 9.36 Selfd Am 10.1911.14 Seltd Opp 15.48 16.92 Sel SpecS 16.41 17.94 Sent G1h 8.87 9.64 Sentry F 14.50 15.76 Sham Fd 11.99 11.99 Shareholders Gp: Cmstk 4.47 4.85 Entrp 6.71 7.33 Fletr C 6.72 Flet Fd Harbr Pace 5.43 3.59 9.39 9.59 10.43 Oct 31.45 32.55 Nov 35.35 35.70 Shear Ap 30.11 32.91 Shear Inv 11.56 12.63 Sherm D 15.0315.03 Side Fd 10.00 10.96 Sigma Funds: Capit 9.2010.05 Invest 11.52 12.59 Trust 8.93 9.79 Smith B 10.8710.87 Sv/ Invs 9.09 9.83 Swln Gt 7.53 8.14 Sover Inv 13.35 14.65 Spectra 7.48 8.19 StFrm Gt 4.71 4.71 State St unavail Steadman Funds: Am Ind 4.05 4 44 Asso F 1.29 1.41 Fiduc 7.O6 7.74 Stein Roe Fds: Balan 20.89 20.89 Cap O 9.8O 9.80 Stock 14.7814.78 Supervlsd Inv: Grwth 7.56 8 23 Sumlt 11.2212.30 Tech 7.** 8.35 Sync Gth 9.63 10.52 TMR App 13.90 15.19 Teacher | 0 .4910.93 Technicl ?,so 3.O6 Temp Gt 25.00 27.32 Towr Cap s .*5 6.17 Trns Cap 8.CO 8.70 Trav Eq 10.8311.87 Tudr Hed 12.49 12 49 Ind Trd 13.34 14.54!^ fL 3.14 3.41 on.* -7 at o«.T wnC Inc 4.05 4.44 USAA Gt 10.8310.83 7.92 8.56 8.58 9.40 10.0* 10.88 30.14 Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) — Thursday: Prev. Open..High..Low..Close Close WHEAT Dec ...1.45 1.47% 1.443.4 1.47 1.45% ...1.44V4 1.48% 1.45% 1.48 1.46% May ...1.45 1.47% 1.45 1.47% 1.46 Jul ....1.37V4 1.39 1.37V4 1.38% 1.38 Sep . . 1.391 /4 1.39V4 CORN Dec ... 1.12% 1.13% 1.12% 1.12% 1.13 Mar ...1.17% 1.17% 1.17 1.17',a 1.17% Jul I.22V4 1.22% 1.22 1.22V2 1.22V2 Dec ...1.211 .4 1.21 V4 1.0','a 1.21% 1.21% OATS Dec 68 .68% .67% .6834 .68% Mar 67 .68 .67 .67% .67 3 i May 66% .67 . 66 .66% .64% Jul 65% .65% .65% .65% .65 Sep 66% .66% .66% .6% .66% SOYBEANS Nov ...3.09 3.101,4 3.073,4 3.10 3.10% Jan ....3.13 3.14 3.11V4 3.13% 3.14V3 Mar ...3.1 Mi 3.17% 3.15% .17% 3.18% May ...3.20V4 3.21 3.18% 3.20V3 3.21% Jul ... 3.24)3/4 3.22 3.20V4 3.21 % 3.221,4 Aug ...3.15 3.16% 3.15 3.14Va 3.17V. Sep ... .2.9*1/5 2.99 2.96V3 2.99 2.98 SOYBEAN OIL Oct 12.0S 12.23 12.03 12.23 12.13 Nov ....11.99 12,15 11.95 12.15 12.06 Dec 11.90 12.05 11.84 12.03 11.97 Mar ...11.75 11.89 11.70 11.89 11.80 May ...11.64 11.80 11.65 11.78 11.75 Jul 1.60 1.73 11.60 11.72 11.71 Aug ...11.64 11.44 11.62 11.62 all.43 Sep 11.45 11.45 11.45 11.45 all.42 SOYBEAN MEAL Oct 79.20 79.70 79.15 79.70 79.55 Nov ...80.00 80.35 79.90 a80.30 380.30 Dec 80.90 81.15 80.70 81.10 81.1 Jan 81.20 81.40 81.05 a81.30 81.35 Mar ....82.00 82.00 81.50 82.00 82.25 May ..' 87.90 82.90 82.90 82.75 82.95 Jul 83.25 83.60 83.10 a83.50 a83.50 Aug a83.10 a83.05 Sep -— a79.40 D79.00 ICED BROILERS Oct 24.95 24.95 24.90 24.90 25.05 Nov ....24.95 24.97 24.90 24.92 25.10 Dec ....25.50 25.55 25.50 25.52 b25.65 Jan 2S.20 24.25 24.15 26.15 26.32 b—Bid; a—Asked) n—Nominal. Pilot Fnd Am Gatewy GE 55. S Gen Sec Gibraltr 7.15 7.22 Group Sec: Apex 8.58 9.38 Balan 8.90 9.73 Com St 12.8414.04 rthFd A Grth Ind Guard M ICA Inv Guld Inv Indie 8.70 9.51 21.19 21.19 26.30 26.30 13.77 15.05 9.94 9.94 7.41 Inves Bos 11.82 12.92 Investors Group: IDS ndl 5.26 5.72 Mutl Prog Stock Select var Py Inv Resh Istel Ivy Hanck Johnstn Koyslone Funds Apollo 11.3412.43 Cus Bl 18.94 19.81 Cus B2 20.22 22.15 Cus B4 8.69 9.52 Cus Kl Cus K2 Cus SI Cus S2 Cus S3 Hamilton: Fd HFI Grwth Incom H8 .C Fd H8 .C Lev Hedb Gor Unlf Mut 10.6411.63 Unlfund 112212.26 g'kii Un,on Svc Grp: 9.48 9.48, BroacJ , 0 , U3() Nat Inv 8.49 9.27 U Cop 11.71 12.80 Whteh 13.5914.85 United Funds: Accm 7.*8 8.33 Con Gr 12.77 13.99 Con Inc 11.74 12.87 Incom 14.01 15.35; Scion 8.08 8.85 Vang 9.8710.82 U Fd Can 7.58 8.28 Value Line Fd: Val Li *.76 7.41 Incom 5.14 5.63 Spl Sit 5.41 5.93 Vance Sanders: Bos Stk B.25 9.02 Bos Fd 8.22 8.98 Specl 9.4510.33 Vandrbt 6.81 7.44 Vangd unavail Vantg TN 10.49 11.46 Var In P 4.72 5.13 Viking 6.56 7.13 Wall St G 8.98 9.81 Wash M 12.81 14.00 Wolllngtn Group: Explr 21.58 22.96 I vest 14.46*7.99 Morg 11.27 12.32 Techv 8.04 Trust 12.4713.63 Wellsl 12.7213.90 Welltn U .44 12.50 Wlndr unavall West Ind 5.96 6.S1 Wlncp Fd 5.57 4.09 Wlnfield 4 .30 4 .70 Wise Fd 4.47 7.29 Worth 3.01 3.01 Zelgler 10.1911.14 10.0210.89 5.02 5.4* 19.52 21.33 9.34 10.04 7.87 8.55 5.15 5.65 22 .CO 22.68 8.43 8.43 7.93 8.62 23.91 23.91 8.01 8.77 5.76 6.33 19.75 21.65 10.72 11.74 8.59 9.42 4.74 5.18 7.84 8.59 6.12 6.67 13.9413.94 11.3411.34 8.25 8.25 Local Stocks Bid Asked Drummer Boy V« Hesston 15V'J 14 Medlcalodges IVa VA Nat'l Inv. Co., Inc 2% I'A Amer. Inv. Life Ins 7Vi 8 Thursday Close Bid Asked Aircraft Inst. 8, Dev 40 AO Air Midwest % 15/14 lriternat'1 Plastics 2V4 2% Mobile Components 15/1* 1 3/14 Taco Tlco 40 70 Tomllnson Oil 4 4% Variant Corp *o 75 Agrl. Indus. & Dov 1 1/1* V /f High Plains Ent 19/16 1% PC Close Grain Receipt WHEAT—Hutchinson, today 49; week ago 140; year ago 200. Wichita 54; K.C. 102; Salina 46; Ft. Worth 3. CORN—K.C. 61. OATS—K.C. 6. KAFIR—Hutchinson 9; K.C. 136. Hutchinson Wheat Hutchinson Board of Trade closing wheat price 1% higher. Basis nom. unchanged. Demand fair. Cash Sales (K.C. Basis) No sales. KANSAS CITY (AP) Wheat 102 cars: 1V4 higher No. 2 hard 1.54-1.65 % No. 3 1.531.64 3 i No. 2 red wheat 1.49- 1.52VJ; No. 3 1 .47 -1 .51V4 Corn 61 cars: unchanged to Vi lower No. 2 white 1 .12-1.18 No. 3 1 .001.17 No. 2 yellow 1 .08%-1.16 3 i N 0. 3 I.OOV '2 -1.15% Oats 6 cars: nominally unchanged No. 2 white 66-75 No. 3 61-74 No. 2 milo 1.75-1.89 No. 2 rye 90-98 No. 2 barley 1.08-1.16 No. 1 soybeans 2 .9134-3.03'i Sacked bran 44.50-45.25 Sacked shorts 45.50-46.25 Livestock Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) — Cattle and calves 6 ,000; feeder auction: steers and heifers strong; pthers mostly steady; feeder steers and steer calves choice thin 250-300 lb 42 .00 -45 .00 ; 300400 lb 39 .00 -42.50; choice very fleshy 400-40 lb 33.-36 .0; 600800 bl31 .00 -33.50; mixed good and choice 650-775 lb 32 .0033.50; feeder heifers and heifer calves choice thin 240-3C0 lb 36 .00 -37 .20 ; 300-400 lb 33.5036.50; choice fleshy 400-600 lb 31 .00 -33 .00; 6-8 lb 29 .00 -31.60. Hogs 3 ,200; barrows and gilts uneven, averaging steady; closing weak; 1-2 210-240 lb 20 .3550; 1 -3 210 -260 lb 2O.0O-25; sows fully steady; 1 -3 330-600 lb 16.5017 .00; US 3 450-600 lb 16.25. Sheep 100; spring lambs and ewes steady to £0 lower; spring lambs choice 26.00-50; good and choice 24 .00 -26.00; ewes'vu 11 to good 3.50-5.50. . Estimates for tomorrow: cattle 100; calves none; hogs 2,000; sheep 25. WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Cattle 2,300; feeders not established early, opening sales strong; cows steady; cows utility and commercial 20 .OO-23.OO; high dressing to 23.30. Hogs 1 ,300; barrows and gilts steady; 1-2 210 -23O lb 20.00; 1-3 200 -240 lb 19.50 -20.00; 1 -3 240-250 lb 19 .0 -5; 2 -3 25-270 lb 18.50 19.25; sows steady; 1 -3 300 lb down 16.75-17 .00; 1 -3 300-400 lb 16 .00 -17 .00; 2-3 400-500 lb 15.5016.25; 2 -3 50-60 lb 15.25-75. Sheep 350; lambs 50-1 .00 lower lhan yesterday's close; or 1.75 lower than Monday's best time; ewes and feeders not established; spring lambs choice and prime 26 .00. Thursday's Final Dividends Declared Po- Slk. of Pay- Rate rlod Record able STOCK Branch Indust (x)100pc 11-26 (x) - Sublect to approval. FuiiPhF ADR ... 5pc 10-19 Gen Capital (x) (x) One share St. Lucia Jupiter Development Corp for each two General Capital shares sublect to approval. GovtEmp! Fncl 1 .5pc 10 -14 11 -19 IRREGULAR Abacus Fund 24 10-14 10 -29 Investors Mutual .2625 .. 9-29 9-30 EXTRA Norwest Englneerg .25 .. 10-12 11-1 REGULAR Blair, JohnSiCo ....12 Q 10 -15 11 -15 Brink's Inc 125 .. 10 -12 ' 10 -27 Gearhart Owens .. .04 Q 10 -29 11 -15 Govt EmployCp . .20 S 11 -3 11 -29 Govt EmplFncI ... .25 S 10-11 10 -29 Norwest Englneerg .25 Q 10-12 11-1 Ronson Corp 05 .. 10 -12 10 -26 Utah-Idaho Sugar . .20 Q 10 -8 10-29 COOLER WEATHER is expected in area soon. Precipitation Probabilities Cattle-Hog Markets Chicago Cattlt Oct Dec Pc 32.45 32.95 Close 22.U) 32.22 ChlMso Hog Futures Feb 31.85 31.91 PC Close Pork Bellies Oct Doc 20.37 21.25 20.70 20.85 PC ci°s8 !'.;;;;; so.87 Feb Mar 31.17 31.35 30.95 44 Precipitation probabilities in per cent: ZONE 1 — 30 Friday night. Elsewhere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Pr Albany, clear 78 48 Aibu'que, cldy ... 74 55 .34 Amarillo, rain .... 80 63 T Anchorage, cldy ...42 39 .17 Asheville, cldy 85 61 Atlanta, clear 84 63 Birmingham, clear .86 61 Bismarck, cldy 67 50 .. Boise, cldy 49 42 .. Boston, clear 77 64 Buffalo, clear 76 49 Charleston, cldy ... 83 *7 Charlotte, cldy 80 61 Chicago, cldy 80 65 Cincinnati, cldy ....85 66 .. Cleveland, cle?.r ....84 55 .. Denver, rain 67 51 T Des Moines, cldy ...87 70 Detroit, clear 82 53 Duluth, rain 64 52 Fairbanks, M MM Fort Worth, clear ..90 69 Green Bay, cldy ...70 55 Helena, cldy 52 37 Honolulu, clear 87 72 Houston, cldy 86 74 Ind'apolis, clear 87 66 Jacks'vllle, clear ...87 61 Juneau, M M M Kansas City, cldy .89 74 Little Rock, cldy ...93 65 Los Angeles, clear .74 59 Louisville, clear ... 89 67 Marquette, rain 64 5) Memphis, clear 89 68 Miami, clear 88 75 Milwaukee, clear ...70 58 Mpls-St.P., cldy ...70 57 New Orleans, clear.87 65 New York, cldy ....77 66 Okla. City, clear ...87 68 Omaha, cldy 88 70 Phllad'phia, cldy ...80 62 Phoenix, cldy 81 63 Pittsburgh, cldy ....84 67 Ptland, Me., cldy ..70 61 Ptland, Ore., cldy .56 40 Rapid City, cldy ...71 47 Richmond, cldy ....78 44 St. Louis, clear 91 71 Salt Lake, cldy 77 42 San Diego, cldy ....72 41 San Fran., clear ...63 54 Seattle, cldy 55 44 Spokane, cldy 51 31 Tampa, clear 85 74 Washington cldy ...80 64 CANADIAN CITIES: Edmonton, M M M Montreal, M M M Tronto, M M M IT-Trace; M-MIsslng) Friday night upper 60s to mid 70s. High Friday and Saturday upper 80s to mid 90s. OKLAHOMA — Partly cloudy and warm through Saturday. Windy in the afternoons. Low Friday night 64 Panhandle to 72 southeast. Highs Friday and Saturday in the 80s. KANSAS ZONES ZONES 2 and 3 — Friday cloudy with a chance of showers or thundershowers. Highs near 80. Southerly to southwesterly wind 15 to 25 mph and gusty. Friday night partly cloudy and a little cooler. Chance ol showers or thundershowers. Lows In the mid 50s. precipitation probabilities 30 per cent Friday, 40 Friday night. ZONE 9 — Mostly cloudy Friday and Friday night with little change in temperatures. Winds south 15 to 25 mph Friday. Highs Friday 78 to 82. Low Friday night 63 to 67. ZONE 10 — Mostly cloudy Friday and Friday nighl with little change In temperatures. Winds increasing again Friday. High Friday 78 to 82. Low Friday nighl 63 to 67. I Hourly Temp, ! Hutchinson Temps. Time Temp. Time Temp- 1 a.m. . 75 1 p.m. .... '/> 2 74 2 81 3 73 3 ..81 ! 4 73 4 81 ! 5 73 5 .... 81 6 73 6 81 i 7 7 81 1 8 71 8 80 19 72 9 79 i 10 73 10 .... 78 : )1 11 77 77 12 midnight .... 74 .32 .92 3* 14 Creates More Jobs FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - jGov. Louie B. Nunn says new and expanded industry has created 9,000 more jobs in poverty-stricken Eastern Ken- lucky tlie past 3V2 years. Forecasts NEBRASKA — Occasional rain and a turn to cooler northern and western counties Friday, spreading Into southeast on Saturday. High Friday 70s north-central to mid 80s southeast. Low Friday night 40s north-central to &0 southeast. High Saturday 60s north-central to 80 southeast. MISSOURI — Clear to partly cloudy and continued warm Into Saturday except for it chance of thundershowers and not quite so warm Saturday Into northwest portions. Low The Hutchinson News MO 2-3311 The Asstclated Press Is entitled lo th« use by reproduction ot all local news, printed in the newspaper as well as all AP News dispatches. Published dally and Sunday at 300 West Second Hutchinson, Kansas 47501 Stuart Awbrey Editor and Publisher Richard D. Popp John G. Harris Advertising Director Production Managoi Department Heads News: R. E. Coldren, managing editor. Wayne Lee, associate editor. James Hitch, news editor. Rich Lovett, night editor. Millie Hurlahe, weekend editor. Circulation: Dennis Smith, manager. Clarence Eales, mailing room foreman. Advertising: Louise Fooshee, classified manager. Business: James Drake, manager. 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