The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 2, 1971 · Page 30
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Market Ends Week With Rally and Modest Gain NEW YORK (AP) - The stock market closed the week Friday with a moderate gain, extending its rally into its second day. TTie Dow Jones average of 30 Industrials closed up 6.79 to 8*3.98. On Thursday, the Dow •fox a little over 3 points. Analysts said the upturn was primarily the result of bargain hunting. The market had been sliding in recent sessions, they pointed out, and many issues Were becoming oversold. j The moderate volume in- 1 cheated that no great buying spree had developed, analysts change index of some 1,300 continued. Still, they regarded common stocks closed up 0.33 the advance as a positive sign,!at 54.66. since it developed in spite off Of the 1,688 stocks traded on fairly negative news developments. Strikes by coal miners and longshoremen dominated the economic news background. The still unsettled international montary situation and uncertainties over what will follow the expiration of the current wage-price freeze were major background factors affecting investors, brokers noted. Volume on the New York Stock Exchange totaled 13.41 million shares, compared with 13.50 million shares Thursday. The New York Stock Ex Weekend Special! THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY STRAW FLOWERS 20 for $ 1 .95 (FaU Colors) STAR FLOWERS 1 ^-Lb. Bunch (Assorted Colors—1 Color to bunch) WHILE THEY LAST! IN I .ARK1AND SHOPPING CENTER • 2600 NORTH MAIN HUTCHINSON, KANSAS 67M1 niONE (316) 6 (i5 -6U<M RECONDITIONED NATIONAL CASH REGISTERS Up to 50% Saving on New Machine Price Models for Every Business Need > Four-total electrically operated. Registering lc to $44.99 with initial keys. Accumulating capacity $9,999.99. Separate totals. tp?/,:,/,. Locked sales journal. ^ Motorized. Totals print on sales journal when read or reset. Single impression slip printer or receipt. Easily read indication, front and back. Complete supply of Paper & Ribbons. Service. We buy, sell, trade, rent, and lease. Modern Office Machines, Inc. 307 N. Main Hutchinson MO 3-5121 More And More People are having their PRESCRIPTIONS filled at FRAESE DRUGS BECAUSE: • Compare Our Service • Compare Our Prices • Free Credit Privileges • Free Delivery • Free Insurance Records • Free Tax Records • Mail Orders Prepaid Have Your Doctor Call Your Next Prescription To either of — 8tort No. l-2nd ft Man fif0 24477 NtWM I wn. • t p.m. Daily tmttfi » tm. • II MM III Store No. 2— 17th & Plum' MO 34349 Hwrii f ••m. • t p.m. Daily St>. t* It N*m — Cletee Sunday the New York .Stock Exchange, 889 advanced, and 502 declined. There were 48 new highs and 46 new lows. Slocks in the Spotlight NEW YORK (AP) - Sales, closing price and net change of the 15 most active stocks traded on the NY Stock Exchange: Cater Tr Pitston Co Int T&T RCA Goodyear Nat Stl Texaco Ic Pan Am Shell Oil Am Hess Phila Elec Elec Data AshldOil 1.20 153 22 '.i 21?» 22 '/4 + Vt Assd DG 1.20 23 S3V4 S3'. J 53 '.4 — Vt Atl Rlchfld 2 182 6->*» 69 'a 49'/2 + V. Atlas Corp 41 2 'h Vi 2 'i Avco Corp 53 17ih 17Vi — 'a Avnct ,15g 82 12'. 2 mi 12',2 •a Avon Pd 1.30 82 98 96' i 98 — li B BabckW .50 37.5 38 37' 4 37' j Ball GE 1 82 311 30'» 291 .4 30 '4 -4- '.i BeatFds 1.16 280 40' n Wn 40'» ',8 Beckman ,50 73 36V4 36 36 *n BeechAIr .40 86 15U 15 15' 4 In Boll How .60 74 45 '-2 44 U 45', 1 -i- Bcndlx 1.60 52 43' 4 42 ',4 43 BcneflCp 1.60 53 391 il 58 59 •1 '.4 Bonquct 85 5 »n 5»» •fia 1 A Bclh Stl 1 .20 212 25V, 25>/» 25 '/i + la Block MR .24 57 33'/4 32tt 33'.'» •I- '.'a Boeing Co .40 139 15% 15 15'/< -(- '/4 BoisCas .251) 376 2441) 23'/i 241. -I- *B Borden 1.20 172 29 2811, 29 '•3 BorgWar 1 .25 403 28' a 27' i 28 S„ BristMy 1.20 216 443 'a 43«ii 64% -i 1 < Brit Pet .39q 64 15'ii 15 15 ' ri Brunswk .12 60 33 32 32'n ' ft Bucy Er 1.20 15 28'n 28 '-ii 78!« -i ' ,. Budd Co 31 12 -<'i 12 ''n 12''ii BulovaW .60 17 2l'/i 21 ',4 21'.; + 3 il Bunkr Ramo 381 7Ta T j Burl Ind UO 143 40 39H 39'., Burl No 1.12g 78 54'4 53 '.4 54'n + ?il Burrghs .60 183 ,35'.'a U4 ',4 135 U +i '.4 IBM 5.20 337 306 304'i 306 + 2'i Int Harv 1.40 65 2Bla 283a 28»a + In IntMiner .05g 204 20','j Wo 19*0 — Int Nickel 1 231 3m 31'a 31 '.2 + tnt Pap 1.50 573 33? a 32',a 33Vo + ail Int T8.T 1.15 1373 56 55',-j 56 + '.2 Iowa Beef 23 25'n 25 "-ii 25 5 ti lowaPSv 1.40 13 20'. 2 20'n 20H — 1 4 Itek Corp 120 404> 39? a 40'n + = n Jewel Co 1.60 10 58''n 58'a 58'n Va JohnMan 1.20 33 39}» 38'a 39+a JohnJoh ,40a 107 90'. 2 891a 891b — 'i JonLogn .80 47 58'. a 57 ',2 58'. a -1- I.., JonLaug ,50g 18 15' 4 IS' n 15'.a — ' n Joslens .70 16 27 ",4 27V4 2 7 ',2 — *o Joy Mlg 1.40 14 60 5» Vu 59'ia — Vi K-L -M 230,700 164,400 137,300 130,400 123,600 122,900 109,400 104,900 102,900 99,200 94,600 90,900 D 21 48% 41 56 U 36% D Ik 33% U VH 41 D Is 31% D Vi 10 Vi U Vi 43 '/iD Vi 53 I) V/H 21 U % 53 Vt U 3% Bausch Lb 85,200 133 D 2% Woolworth 84,800 50 U 1 Am T&T 82,500 43% U Vx Aver ages TREND OF STAPLE PRICES NEW YORK (AP) — The Associated Press weighted wholesale price Index of 35 commodities advanced to 188.32 Previous Day 188.16, Week Ago 187.71, Month Ago 187.30, Year Ago 192.46. 1971 1970 1969 1968 High 191.27 194.34 185.80 1 66.7? Low 184.58 185.35 166.2? 159.62 (192* avcraqe equals 100) STOCK AVERAGES Compiled by The Associated Press 30 IS 15 AO Ind Net Change -I 2.2 Friday 477.0 Prev. Day 474.8 Week Ago 475.3 Month Ago 486.9 Year Ago 403.9 1971 High 505.5 1971 Low 438.8 1970 High 444 .1 1970 Low 334.3 BOND AVERAGES Compiled by The Associated Press c Rails Utll. Slocks +1.1 +1.5 +2.0 131.4 130.1 131.0 134.4 127.4 152.2 130.1 145.6 113.2 194.3 193.2 195.8 202.1 128.3 203.3 138.0 143.5 95.8 325.5 323.5 325.3 334.1 243.5 334.4 288.1 290.4 221.7 20 10 10 10 10 Rails Ind. Util. Fgn. L.Yd. Net Change + .2 —.4 —.6 Friday ... 50.1 81.4 84.0 92.8 78.8 Prev. Day . 49.9 81.8 84.6 92.B 78.8 Week Ago . 50.1 81.7 84.3 92.8 78.7 Month Ago . 49.9 • 82.0 84.7 91.8 78.7 Year Ago . 50.5 77.3 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 82.4 83.0 91.4 77.9 1970 Low . 44.7 74.1 75.2 87.4 71.3 Cadence Ind Cal Flnanl CampRLk .45 Camp Sp 1.10 Caro PLt 1.46 CarrlcrCp .60 CartWal .40a CastleCke .60 CaterTr 1.40 CelancscCp 7 Ccnco Ins .30 CentSWsl 2 Cerro Cp .80 Cort-tced .80 CossnaAIr .60 Chcs Ohio 4 ChiMII SPP ChlPncuT 2 Chris Craft Chryslr .60 CIT Finl 2 CitlcsSvc 2.20 Clark Eql.40 ClevEIIII 2.74 CocaCol 1.58 Cok) Pill 1.40 Collins Racl Cololnlst 1.60 CBS 1.401) Colu Gas 1.76 CmhEn 1.40 ComlSolv .40 ComwE 2.201) Comsat .50 Con Edls 1.80 Con Fds 1.20 ConNalG 1.88 Cons Power 2 ContAIr Lin ContCan 1.60 Contl Corp 2b Cont Oil 1.50 ContTel .80 Control Data Cooperln 1.40 CorGIW 2.50a Cowles Com Cox Bdcst .20 CPC Intl 1.70 CrousoHind I CrowColl .65f Crown Cork CrwnZell 1.20 CurtissWrt DOW JONES AVERAGES New York(AP)Final Dow-Jones averages STOCKS Open High Low Close Not 30 Ind 888.07 898 .44 884.49 B93.98 + 6.79 20 Trn 237.64 239.54 236.11 237.86 + 0.68 15 Utl 109.6O 111.45 109.28 110.91 + l.M 65 Slk 303.82 307.28 302.43 305.57 + 2.18 Transactions In stocks used In averages: Indus 1,090 ,400 Tran 419,500 Utlls 371 ,300 65 Stk 1,881,400 BONDS 40 Bonds 71.07 —0 .03 10 Higher grade rails 50.46—0.02 10 Second grade rails 64.55 + 0.05 10 Public Utilities 86.71—0.04 10 Industrials B2.06—0.12 Income rails 52.86-1-0.11 Commodity futures Index ...140.45+0.27 WHAT STOCKS DID NEW YORK (AP) Advances Declines Unchanged Total issues New 1971 New 1971 highs lows Prev. Today day 889 801 540 297 301 . 1688 1662 48 31 46 46 NEW YORK (AP)—Closing New York Stock Exchange Index: Market 125 cents Index 54.66 -1-0.33 Industrial 58.81 +0.32 Transportation 47.44 +0.18 Utility 37.45 -1-0.35 Finance 71.63 +0.48 NEW YORK (AP) — Standard and Poor's 500 stock Index: . High Low Close N.C. 425 Industrials 109.98 108.33 109.37 +.40 20 Railroads 46.38 45.65 46.18 +.3? 55 Utilities 56.55 55.42 56.25 +.72 500 Stocks 99.49 97.96 98.93 +.59 NEW YORK (AP) - Friday's selected New York Stock Exchango prices: Sales Net (hds.) High Low Close Chg. A Dan River Dart Ind .30b DaycoCp 1.14 DaytnPL 1.66 Deere Co 2 Del Mnte 1.10 Delta Air .50 DennyRst .04 DetEdls 1.40 Diam Sham 1 Dillon Co .80 Disney .20 Diverslnd .36 DrPeppor .40 DomeMns .80 DowChm 1.80 Dresslnd 1.40 Duke Pw 1.40 duPont 3,753 Duq Lt 1.66 Dynam Am East Air Lin EasKodak la Eaton 1,40 EchlinMI .60 EG8.G .10 EIPasoNG 1 EltraCp 1.20 Emor El 1.16 Essexlnt 1.20 Eltiyl Cp .84 EvansP ,60b Fairch Cam Fair Ind .I5g Fansteel Inc Fodders .50 FedDeptStr 1 Flltrol 1.40 Flrestne 1.60 Fst Chart Flintkoto 1 Fla Pow 1.68 FlaPwLt 2.12 FMC Cp .85 Food Fair .90 Ford M 2.60 ForMcKs .80 FreepMIn .80 Frontier 5'/a 10 8 7 'a V\ 344 8''ii 7 J/4 V 1 -1 •'.'1 29 2714 27 27 . - : U 72 30".) 30 30''ii •; •lit 242 23'ti 77V,i 23 > a -i I'll 117 40 39 40 -1 ?o 95 19'h 18 '4 18'h 55 17*'n 17»ri 17'n 'n 2307 50' 4 48 1/2 48':i - -2' 11 141 78'n 78 '-j 78'<ii -1 Vu 448 45'<i 44' '2 44U - - 1/3 243 43 42% 3 •1 '.-3 1.5 1 ',4 14'i. — '/4 520 2T','a 34 37','2 •1 3 :'/4 24 23 22'.'n 22'a 1)1 41 44:1.4 63=.'n iV.'t •'ii 15 14 13',n 14 -1 Va 47 39 38 Mi 38<i 1/4 54 <V '/4 41 a kV.t 325 29*'o 28% 291ii -1 3 4 112 45 ",4 451/4 45-i/i •1 1 /3 182 46' 2 461.4 46 ','2 -1 "4 88 48 : "4 48'/i 48W 1,4 35 34 : '/4 34', 3 34 , 'h 1,11 169 110 108 Vi 109'.'i -1 I'-l 2/ 50% 49 *a 49 'n — •d tt 3? 13' 2 13i.ii 13' n - I . 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Varian Assoc 61 Mia 14 'a 14% •^ % VendoCo .30p 12 11 ',2 11% 11' 2 + 'a VaEIPw 1.12 298 18!n 18' 2 18% + '/4 WachCp 1.20 25 41 '4 60% 61 •1- Vj WarLam 1.30 238 75% 74% 75% -1- •% WashWP 1 .36 27 20% 20'/4 20 *1 + 111 WstnAIr 2.19f 161 32 SOV'J 31 '/2 + 1 ',4 Wn Banc 1.30 44 32?a 32'/j 32 '/2 — Vi WnUnion 1.40 76 44 43 '/j 43V, Wcstg El 1.B0 292 97'i 94'• 9614 + ',4 Woyerhs .80 242 51 VU 50% 51 + % Whirl Cp 1.60 50 95 93% 94% -11% White Motor 164 25% 25' a 25/n -i- '.3 Whittaker 149 10% Wt 10 '/i •1- '4 Williams Co 31 46 '.i 46 46 -- '-2 WlnnDx 1.74 33 44% 43% 44'/2 -1- Vi Woolwth 1.20 848 SOV4 49 50 -1-1 Xerox Cp .80 435 116 /8 116 116% -H'/a Zalo Corp .64 8107 42 41% 41% Zenith R 1.40 213 49% 49 491,4 + '% Investing Co'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) Friday. Bid Ask Copyrighted by The Associated Press 1971 American Exchange NEW YORK (AP) - Friday '3 selected American Stock Exchange prices: Sales Net (hds.) High Low Close Chg. 77 I12 ',2 111 5/ 21 79 17 67 22/n 176 125 28 20'/a 265 175 114 19 26 65 525 5 15 49', 2 32% 51% 32 28% 25'/j 78 40 22'/o 112 20''ii 16% 22/a + % 121% 124% +2% 201/4 20',: 49 32-', 20 !n 16'a 22"/ii 32% 51 !a 31% 28% 24% 74% 39% 22','i -I- % 51 Vj -I- '/., 31' 28 R 25% 77 39% 22% • % + 2 ',4 + "'/« NO Nabisco 2.20 54 52 51 Va 51% + ','•' NatAirln .lop 417 26% 25% 26% +1% Nat Can .45 85 24 23% 23% + Vi NatCashR .72 500 35 34 34% Vi Nat Distil .90 51 15% 15 15 '/4 + '/« Nat Fuel 1 .68 22 24 '/4 24 24 '/4 + % Nat Genl .20 44 27Vi 26Vj 27 '/4 + : ',4 Nat Gyp 1.05 501 24 22 '/2 22 '/2 % Nat Indust 48 7Va 6% 7 + Vo Nat Steel 2.50 1229 41 1/2 41 41 % Nat Tea .80 11 13% 13% 13% Natomas .25 8224 85 '/S BHs 83% + % NevPow 1.24 5 34% 34 34% + % Newberry 1 32 24% 24% 24 ','2 + Vo NEngEI 1.56 20 22% 21'/o 22% -1- Vi Newmnt 1.04 489 27% 27 27 '/4 % Nlag MP 1.10 121 16 15% 15% -1- % NL Ind 1 412 16% 16 '/4 I6V2 % Norfolk W 5 112 80% 80 80 % Norn's Ind 1 2 38% 38 '/4 38% + Vo No Am Phil 1 12 24% 24 24'ii + Vo NoAmRk 1.40 55 28% 28% 2B '/4 % NoNGas 2.60 38 45% 45% 45 '/3 + Va NoStaPw 1.70 21 25% 25 Vt 25 '/3 li, Norlhrop 1 18 18'/n 18% 18% + li, Nwst Airl .45 206 32 ',11 31 ',3 32 •1- -Vn NwtBanc 1.40 2 35 35 35 Norton l.i.7) 17 33% 33% 33% Nort Simon 186 55 Va 54 '/4 54% + '/4 Occid Pet 1 491 15% 1.5 15 1/4 OhioEdir, 1.54 52 22% 22% 22% + 1/3 Okla GE 1.24 16 24'/ii 23% 24'/a -1- Va OklaNGs 1.24 7 20% 20 '/2 20'A Vt 01 in Corp .8B 2CO 21% 21 '/a 21 '/2 Vt Omarkln .62f 15 13 12% 12 '/n + Vh Olis Elev 2 29 41 Vt 41 Vo 41 '/2 OutbdMar 1 69 39% 38% 38% Owen Cng .75 106 50% 50 50% + 1/2 Owen III 1.35 71 53 '/2 52Va 53 ',2 -1-1 1/2 P-O-R 1/1 vi 41 37 G AbbtLb 1.10 ACF Ind 2.40 Ad Mlllls .20 Address .60g Admiral AetnaLfe 1.40 Air Prod .20b Air Red .60g Akzona la Alcan Alum 1 Alleg Cp .log AllegLud 1.40 AllegPw 1.34 Allied Chl.20 AllledStr 1.40 AlllsCh ,20g Alcoa l .BO AMBAC .50 AmHess ,22d Am Alrl .40p A Brnds 2.20 Am Bdcst 1.20 Am Can 2.20 A Cyan 1.25 AmEIPw 1.70 A Home 1.70 Am Hosp .26 A MtlClx 1.40 Am Motors ANatGas 2.20 A Smelt 1.90 Am Stand .40 AT&T wt Am T&T 2.60 AMF Inc 1 AMP Inc .64 Ampex Corp Anacond ,50p Anch Hock 1 Ancorp .48b ApccoCp .16 Arch Dan 1 Armco Stl 1 Armst Ck .80 315 8 6 137 50 237 33 54 7 87 4 18 423 416 37 120 504 143 992 438 120 71 125 157 473 154 184 178 145 58 521 289 298 825 320 141 424 334 437 4 44 20 135 123 64% 57 '/j 12'/2 37'/2 14'/« 64% 53 21% 42% 17% 13% 22 '/a 23'/ii 32% 35 13 '/j 45 -ya 13% 541 /a 34V4 43% 45i /a 33% 34% 24% 81% 39 '/a 31% 7% 371/4 21% 221/2 81/4 43 V '2 40'/ii 42% 14 Vo 15i/« 32 14 11 V '2 40% 18 Vo 42 63 57% ]2Vo 36Va I6V2 63Va 52% 20% 42% 17 '/4 131 /2 22% 22% 32% 34V4 12'/a 45 13 53 351/2 43 45 331/4 34 26 '/4 80% 38% 30% 7% 36% 20 '/4 22 B 43i/o 401 /4 62 13% 14 '/a 30 '/2 15% 11 Vo 4OV0 17% 41% 63 '/4 —IV2 571/2 + Va 12% + Va 371/3 +1 16'/a + % 63% — Vo 53 ... . 21% — Vo 42% — % 17% ... . 13% — Vo 22% — % 22'/o -I- % 32% 34 '/a + '/o 13V2 -I- % 45% -I- '/4 Wo + % 53 — l'/o 35 '/3 — Vt 431/4 — Vo 45 -I- Vo 33% -I- Vo 34 '/4 — Vt 26% + % 81 -I- Va 39% + '/a 30% — ',:, 7% — Vo 37V4 + Vt 20 '/2 —1 '/4 22 '/3 T % 81 /4 + 1 /4 43% + 1/4 40 '/2 -I- 1/4 62 — Vt 14 + 1/4 15 .... 315t +1% 16 11 '/2 + Vt 40% + '/2 18 41'/a + % GAC Cp .40p 93 13% 13% 13 !'2 •1- Va GAF Corp .40 688 19'/o 19 '/4 19 '/2 — % Gam Sko 1.30 180 43 Vo 42 Vo 43 + % Gannett .48 13 57 '/2 57 Vn 57% + % Gen Dynam 15 21% 21 '/4 21 '/4 — % GenElec 1.40 495 62% 61 62 -I- 1/3 GenFood 1.40 279 34% 34 Vn 34'/i •1- Vi GenMllls .96 130 35% 35V4 35 ',2 — 1/4 GenMot 2.55g 395 84% 83V4 84'/b +1% G PubUt 1.60 129 22% 22% 22% + % GnTelEI 1.52 344 30V'o 29% 29% — Vn Gen Tire lb 61 27'/o 2 7'/n 27% + % Genesco 1.70 11 30 Va 29% 30 + VB GaPacif .80b 221 53% 52% 53 '/4 + 1/2 Gerber 1.30 67 46% 46 46% + % GettyO 1.130 13 81 1/4 80% 81 Gillette 1.40 424 41'A 40% 41 — Vi Glen Alden 108 8% 8% 8 ',3 -1- Vo Global Marin 19 15% 15% 15V2 Goodrich 1 65 32 Vo 31 '/2 31 Vo — Vo Goodyr .85 1236 33% 331 /4 33% + Vo Grace 1.50 99 31 Va 30% 31 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Trade moderately active late with good Inquiry. Feedlots current. Sales confirmed this week on 20,100 slaughter steers and 7,200 heifers total 27,300 head; compared 28,800 head last week and 14,700 a year ago. Slaughter steers late sales high choice few prime 1100-1175 lb yield grade 2-4 32.50; overage ond high choice 32.25; choice 1050-12.00 lb mostly 31.90-32.00; choice with end good 1025-1130 lb 36.50-75; mixed good and choice 30.7531.25; few loads mostly good 1300 lb holstelns 29.05. Slaughter heifers late sales high choice few prime 900-980 lb yield grade 2-4 30.50-31.15; mostly 30.50-75; choice 900-1000 lb 30.25-mostly 30.50. Sales FOB feedlots net after 4 percent shrink Feeder steers moderately active, strong to 50 higher; not enough heifers for an adequate market test. Sales confirmed on 4,200 steers and 500 heifers and 1000 calves, total 5,700 compared 3,100 last week and 3,800 a year ago. Feeder steers now to October 15 delivery choice 650-700 lb 34.00-50 ; 700-775 lb 33.00-34.80; mostly 33.50-34.00; choice 775- 8C0 lb off silage and grain 32.2550; lew loads choice with end good 600 lb 34.00. Feeder heifers choice rather fleshy 600 lb 31.C0. Steer calves choice 350-400 lb 40.50-31.00 ; 400-425 lb 39.5040.00 ; 425-450 lb 39.00. Sales POB weighing point 2-3 per cent shrink. Price Funds: Grwth 28.21 28.21 Ealon&Howard: 10.19 11.14 13.70 15.19 6.46 7.06 9.70 10.60 14.01 15.31 13.65 14.92 I 24.03 24.03 4 13.21 14.36 r 19.31 X 6.21 6.79 12.24 12.24 9.40 10.27 'h 9.29 10.18 ro 4.11 4.50 4.99 . 10.51 11.49 U 10.12 10.12 Group: 12.19 13.32 9.18 10.03 6.85 . . . I 13.47 14.72 13.02 14.23 16.37 17.89 10.30 11.26 5.37 5.87 24.46 26.73 I Prog: 4.39 4.81 3.85 4.22 5.99 6.56 4.39 4.81 11.88 12.98 N Era N lloriz Pro Fund Pro Portf Prog Fd Provid Pru SIP Putnam Eqult Georg Grwth Incom Invest Vista Voyag Revere Rlnfret Satjilars Schustr Scuddor 10.05 10.05 32.79 32.79 10.70 10.70 6.92 7.56 5.76 6.30 4.96 5.42 10.67 11.66 Funds: 8.92 9.75 14.99 16.38 10.112 11.83 8.22 8.98 8.56 9.36 9.47 10.36 8.32 9.09 10.64 11.63 15.35 15.35 3.44 3.44 16.43 17.98 Funds: soybeans closed around I'l: higher; wheat was as much higher; corn gained around : !i cent and oats moved up around Vi cents. Soybean oil futures gained around 15 points but meal prices were a shade lower. Iced broilers gained around 10 points in a late wave of buying and short covering. The weather also was a factor in some of the selling. A 30- day forecast indicated, too, that generally favorable weather would prevail in October over the midsection of the country where the biggest crops arc grown. At the close, soybeans were up around 1 1 - cents, November 3.!0 7 »; wheat gained l '/a cents, December 1.48':«; corn gained about 9 A cents, December 1.13 '/i; and oats were Vz higher December 69 Va cents. Kansas City Wheat Dec Mar May Jul PC 1 .45 1.42% 1.40% 1.36'/n Open 1.44V!i 1.42% 1.40 7 /o 1.34% High 1 .45 1 .43 !ii 1.41 1 .37 Low 1.44V'a 1.42V« 1.40'/j 1.36% Close 1 .44V4 1.42% 1.40V1 1 .34V2 Chicago Wheat Doc Mar May Jul PC 1 .47 1.48 1 .47 !'o 1.38% Open I .441.4 1 .47% 1 .44% 1.38% Hloh 1.48% 1 .49% I .48V2 I .401/1 Low 1 .44% 1 .47% 1.44% 1.38% Close 1.48% 1.49% 1 .481 /j 1.40'.:i Chicago Oats Dec Mar May PC 68-U 47 Vi 44% Close 69 68 '.4 67',j Chicago Corn Dec Mar May Jul PC 1.12 '/n 1 .17V2 1.20% 1.22V» Open 1.12% 1.17 '/4 1.20Vi 1.22% High 1.131b 1.18 1.21 Vb 1.23 Low 1.12V2 1.17!ii 1.20V4 1.22% Close 1.13% 1.18 1.21 Vb 1.23U Chicago Soybeans Nov PC 3.10 Close 3.11 Chicago Eggs Page 2 The Hutchinson News Saturday, October 2,1971 ago 108; year ago 70. Wichita 19; K .C. 60; Sallna 22; Ft. Worth 2. CORN-K.C. 51. KAFIR—Hutchinson 7; K.C. 185. Hutchinson Wheat Hutchinson Board of Trado closing wheat price 'j to 1 lower. Basis tin changed to !i lower. Demand fair. Cash Sales (K.C. Oasis) No sales. KANSAS CITY (AP) Wheat 60 cars, unch -'i lower. No 2 hard I.54V4-1.65, Nn 3 1.541.65, No 2 red 1.49%-! .52V'», No 3 1.47-1.51'.-. Corn 51 cnr3, unch -Vi higher, No 2 white 1.12-1.17, No 3 1.11'/, No 2 yellow I .08'/ J-I .17, No 3 !.M)';-1.16. Oals none, nom unch, No 2 while 46-75, No 3 61-74. No 2 mllo 1 .75 -1 .88 No 2 rye 90-90 No 2 barley 1.08-1.16 No 1 soybeans 2.93 '..'i -3.07 ',4 Sacked bran 44.50-45.25 Sacked shorts 45.50-46.25 Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) Friday: Prev. Low Close Close Open High WHEAT Dec . ,.1.46!ii 1.49 1.46-'i|i l,481ii 1,47 Mar . .1.47',.i 1.49VJ 1.47!)ii 1.49111 1.48 May .. .1.46'ii 1.49 1.46% 1.4B '/2 1.47!* Jul .. .1.38% 1.40'.i 1.3B1i> 1.40% 1.38'/o Sop . .. 1.4Hi I .391/4 CORN Dec ...,1.12'b 1.13V -I I.12V2 1.13'/i 1.19% Mar ...1.17',b 1.18% 1.17!b 1.18 1.7V'j May ....20 !'4 1.21% 1.20Vi 1.21 I.201/1 Jul ...1.22% 1.23% 1.22% 1.23 I.22V2 Sep ....1.23% 1.23% 1.231 /4) 1.23% 1.73 Dec ...1.21 1.2):% 1.21 1.21% ).21!ii Mar ...|.2SVi 1.26 1.25% 1.24 . OATS Dec 68% .49% .48! 2 .69Vo .68% Mar 67% .68'/a .47% .68 '.4 .67% May . ...46% .47' 2 ,66'n .67V4 .64 % Jul 65' 2 .66' 2 .6.51 ,2 .66' A .65 Vi Sep 11.6/' i> .66% SOYBEANS Nov ...3.09i.'i 3.11 '.'1 3.091 .4 3.10% 3.10 Jan .'J.13 '4 3.15% 3.13 3.14% 3.13% Mar . .3.17 3.l9.'.n 3.l6'.i 3.19 3.17 % May ...3.70i:i 3.27' 2 3.19% 3.21 Vj 3.70' 2 Jul . ..3.22 3.23'j 3.21 lb 3.22V -I 3.21% Aug ...3.l6'.'i 3.181-j 3.16 3.17 3.16Vj Sep . ..2.98% 3.0012 2.9B 2.98 2.99 SOYBEAN OIL Jan Mar 3.13% 3.17% 3.14% 3.19 PC Close Grain Receipt WHEAT—Hutchinson, Oct 32.55 37.60 Nov 35.70 35.85 today 54; week Oct . 12.1/ 12.40 12.15 12.38 12.23 Nov .17.13 12.30 12.10 12.25 12.15 Dec . ...17.02 12.18 11.99 12.17 12.03 Jan ... .11.96 12.0 .»2 12.08 11.99 (War . .11.86 11.99 11.84 11.95 11.89 May . ..11.77 11.87 11.75 11.83 1.78 AUCI ..11.42 11.'70 11.62 11.67 11.62 Sop . 11.52 1 1.55 11.52 11.54 1.45 SOYBEAN MEAL Oct 79.4S 79.80 Nov ...110.0 80.40 Doc .... 81.00 81.30 Jan 81.11) 81.50 Mar ...81.90 82.15 M.iy ...117.70 83.00 Jul ... 113.30 83.50 Aug .. .82.90 U'2.90 Sep ICED BROILERS Oct . ...24.85 25.05 Nov ..'74.90 25.05 Dec ... 25.55 25.65 Jan . 76.12 26.20 79.30 80.00 80.85 81.00 81.60 82.50 79.65 79.70 80.20 aB0.3O 81.00 81.10 81.00 381.30 81.65 82.00 82.50 82.75 83.20 .183 .20 a!13.50 82.75 a82.B0 aB3 .10 a79.75 a /9 .40 24.85 25.05 24.90 74.90 25.02 24.92 25.55 25.65 25.52 26.12 26.0 26.15 1>—Bid; a—Asked; n—Nominal. Cattle-Hog Markets Chicago Calllo Oct Dec Fei PC 32.60 32.22 31.' Close J2.65 32.20 32.C Chicago Hog Futures PC Close .. . . Fork Bellies Oct 20.70 20.47 Fob .10.8/ 31.05 Dec 20.85 71.10 Mar 30.95 31.05 Fst Investors: 46 26% 51% 56 '/4 iVt 41% 15% - Vi Plan now for a beautiful flower garden next spring. We will be happy to help you. STUTZMAN GREENHOUSE 5 miles Soutfewest of Hutchinson on Hwys. 50-61 Rt. 1, Hutchinson • Closed Sunday • Ph. «62-©8?8 T-U Tampa El .80 33 23% 22% 23% + 1/4 Tektronix 6 35 34% 34% — Vi Teledyne .431 311 22 20% 22 -1-1 Vt Telex Cp 170 13% 13V2 13% Tenneco 1.32 161 25 24% 24% -I-' 1/2 Texaco 1.40 1094 32 '/2 31% 31% — 1 /4 TexETrn 1.52 134 40% 40! i 40% + 1/4 Tex G Sul .60 175 15 14% 15 — Va Tcxaslnst .80 84 108 104% 107% + % TexPLd .50g 2 17V'o 17 17 + Vo Textron .90 52 31% 311 /4 31 1/4 — % Thiokol .40 161 141 /4 14 14 'A - 1/4 Thrift Dr .70 9 24 23% ' 24 - 1/4 TlmesMIr .50 S 47i/a 46% 47 Tlmken 1 .80 60 42% 42% 42% + 1/2 Todd Ship .80 5 177/a 17% 17% — % Trans W Air 630 30'/« 30</o 30V4 — % Transmra .55 242 19 18% 19 + '/o TriCont 1.77g 63 27% 27% 27% + Vo TRW Inc la 196 35% 35Vo 35'A + Vb Tv/ent Cent 243 10 '/4 10 10 Vu + % UAL Inc 179 40% 40 '/4 40 >/4 — Vi UMC Ind .72 26 20 19 </o 20 •1- Vt Un Carbide 2 736 42% 43 43 '/4 - Vu Un Elec 1.28 76 18% 18 1/2 18 '/2 — Vo UnOilCul 1,60 62 33% 33% 33% Un Pac Cp 2 162 59'/j 59 591/2 + % Uniroyal ,70 127 21% 2 )1/4 211/2 + Vo Unit Air 1.80 63 31V2 30% 3!Va -H UnBrandj .30 64 1JV4 13 13 UnllCp .50g 81 8V. 7% 8V0 + Vi Unit MM 1.30 21 X tPA ttv* - Vt Livestock Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) — Cattla 1O0; calves none; earlier In the week steers choice 31.50-32.50; heifers choice 30.50-31.50. Hogs 2,500; barrows and gilts strong to mostly 25 higher; closing steady; 1-2 220-235 lb 20.45-75; 1-3 200-260 lb 20.25-50; sov/s steady to 25 higher; 1-3 350-400 lb 14.50-17.00. Sheep 25; not enough to test prices, choice spring lambs 24.00-50 earlier In the week. Estimate* for Monday: cattle 2,000; calves 100; hogs 4,000; sheep 400. DENVER (AP) — Hogs 250; barrows and gilts steady to 25 cents higher; U. S. 1-2, 210-230 lbs 20.75-21.00; 1-3, 200-240, 20.00-20.75; 2-4, 240-260, 19.0020.00; sows steady to 50 cents higher, 1-3, 300-600, 14.00-16.00. Produce Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) Wholesale eggs: largo, 80 cent A 26-35; medium, 80 cont A 17-26. per per CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA)— Butter; wholesale telling priest unchanged, 93 score AA 69; 92 A 49; 90 B se'/i. Eggs: prices paid delivered to Chicago unchanged 1 lowerl 80 per cent or better grade A whites 33-35; medium white extras 23-25; standards 24. lUcal Markets 'TRUCK WHEAT-1.26 BRAN-2.B5 SHORTS-2.90 WICHITA TRUCK WHEAT-1.27 •Boarrt at Trade quotation, not sarlly elevator price. Disco Grwth Stock Fst Mult Fst Nat Fst Slerr Fnd Gth Founders C Grwth Incom Mutal Sped Foursq Franklin G DNTC Grwth Utlls Incom US Gov FdF Dep Fund Inc < Comm Impac Ind Trd Pilot Fnd Am Gatcwy 1 GE S& S Gen Sec Gibrallr Group Sec: Apex Balan Com St GrthFd A Grth Ind Guard M Hamilton: Fd HFI Grwlh Incom H8 .C Fd H8 .C Lev Hedb Gor Hedge Herltvo Hor Man ICM Finl ISI Group Grwth Incom Trus sh Trus un Imp Cap Imp Gth IncF Am IncF Bos Industry INTGN ICA Inv Guld Inv Iridic Invcs Bos Investors ( 7.47 8.19 10.44 11.44 9.81 10.75' Sigma Funds: Funds: 3.82 4.19 8.32 9.12 8.66 9.49 1 10.29 11.25 0 15.77 17.24 S 16.62 18.17 8.93 9.71 14.58 15.85 12.15 12.15 lers Gp 4.46 4.07 6.76 7.39 6.23 ... J 5.4/ 8.63 9.43 9.70 60.60 ' 30.53 33.37 7 11.61 12.75 14.96 14.96 10.04 11.00 Weather in the Newt 8.60 9.40 8.93 9.76 12.89 14.09 8.79 9.61 21.27 21.27 26.54 26.54 United Funds: 9.27 60.13 11.59 12.67 8.98 9.81 10.89 10.89 9.15 9.89 7.63 8.25 ' 13.38 14.65 7.57 8.29 ' 4.75 4.75 4B.08 48.33 Funds: 4.08 4.47 1.29 1.41 7.17 7.84 : Fds: 21.04 21.04 9.90 9.90 14.90 14.90 Inv: 7.42 8.35 11.31 12.39 7.70 8.39 9.44 40.54 14.01 15.31 10.58 11.02 2.85 3.11 25.05 27.38 5.72 4.25 8.05 8.75 10.90 11.95 12.59 12.59 3.17 3.47 4.04 4.45 10.90 10.90 10.72 11.72 11.31 12.34 : Grp: 14.98 14.37 8.54 9.33 11.58 12.95 13.41 14.87 E»TH(EllF010CMTiti SOME showers arc seen for central Kansas. By Elseivhere THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Pr Accm Con Gr Con Inc Incom Scion Vang U FdCan Value Lino Val LI Incom Spl Sit 5.30 5.74 9.79 10.44 5.08 5.52 19.70 21.41 Vance Sanders Bos Stk 8.33 Bos Fd Sped Vandrbt Vangd Vantg TN Var In P Viking Wall St G Wash M Wolllngtn Explr 7.47 8,41 12.90 14.14 11.81 42.94 14.11 15.44 8.14 8.92 10.00 10.94 7.54 8.24 Fd: 4.83 7.48 5.15 5.97 unavall 9.10 8.24 9.01 9.44 10.34 i 4.88 7.52 4.81 5.54 10.52 11.50 4.74 5.15 4.54 7.13 9.03 9.87 12.8514.04 Group: 21.72 23.11 16.64 18.19 11.36 12.42 8.08 12.59 13.76 12.72 13.90 11.52 12.59 9.73 10.63 4.01 4.57 S .47 4.20 4.32 4.72 4.72 7.34 3,05 3.05 10.22 11.17 Local Stocks Drummer Boy Vi Hesston Medlcalodges ]i/ a Nat'l Inv. Co., Inc 2% Amer. Inv. Life Im ] 71/4 Bid Asked Va 14i/o 21/4 31/4 Friday dote Aircraft Inst. & Dev. Air Midwest Internat'l Plastics Bid 40 Vt IVt neces- Moblle Components 15/14 Taco Tlco 62 Tomllnson Oil 41/, Variant Corp. 60 Agrl. Indus. & Dev 1 1/14 Hl-Plaln» Bnf. 1 e/14 Asked 40 15/14 2% 1 3/14 72 4% 75 l '/4 VA Albany, cldy Albu'quo, cldy Amarillo, cldy Anchorage, rain Ashevllle, cldy Atlanta, cldy Birmingham, clear Bismarck, cldy Boise, cldy Boston, clear Bultalo, clear Charleston, rain Charlotte, cldy Chicago, clear Cincinnati, cldy Cleveland, clear Denver, clear Des Moines, cldy Detroit, clear Duluth, rain Fairbanks, M Fort Worth clear Green Bay, cldy Helena, cldy Honolulu, cldy Houston, clear Ind'apolls, clear Jacku'vllle, clear Juneau, MN Kansas City, cldy Little R)20iun85o Los Angeles, clear Louisville, clear AAarquette, clear Memphis, clear Miami, clear Milwaukee, clear Mpls-St.P., clear New Orleans, clear Nov/ York, cldy Okla. City, clear Omaha, cldy Phllad'phla, cldy Phoenix, cldy Pittsburgh, clear Ptland, Mo., cldy Plland, Ore., cldy Rapid City, rain Richmond, rain St. Louis, clear Salt Lake, rain San Diego, clear San Fran,, clear Seattle, cldy Spokane, cldy Tampa, clear Washington, cldy 77 < CANADIAN CITIES Edmonton, M M I Montreal, M M t Toronto, M M Winnipeg, M A (M-Mls»lng, T—Trace) orecasts NEBRASKA — Mostly cloudy Saturday and Saturday night with periods, of rain central and showers east. Turning decidedly cooler as Increasing northerly winds spread Into eastern sections by Saturday night. Highs Saturday 60s norlhcenlral to 80 southeast. Lows Saturday night 30s western counlles to 50a southeast. Sunday cloudy and cooler v/lth tew showers north and cast. Highs Sunday 505 central lo 70s southeast. MISSOURI — A chance of thundershowers Into northwest portions late Saturday, otherwise partly cloudy and warm. Thundershowers spreading eastward through the state Saturday night and Sunday. Clearing and cooler from the west Sunday. High Saturday around 90. Low Saturday night 60s northwost to tho 70s southeast. High Sunday 70s norlhvjost lo tho 80s southeast. OKLAHOMA — Partly cloudy to cloudy and continued windy through Saturday. Scattered showers over state Saturday. Clearing late Saturday night and Sunday. Cooler over slate Saturday and Saturday night. Highs Saturday upper 70s northwest to upper BOs southeast. Lows Saturday night low 50s northwest to mid 40s southeast. Highs Sunday low 70s to noar 80, Hourly Temp. Hutchinson Tempt: Tim* 1 a.m. 2 3 4 5 6 7 Temp. Tim* Temp. 76 1 p.m .... 80 74 2 .... 81 3 .... 82 72 .... 83 72 5 .... 83 72 4 .... 83 7 83 8 82 72 9 .... 80 74 li­ .... 79 74 lt .... 78 12 midnight .... 77 The Hutchinson News MO 2-3311 Tho Associated Press Is entitled to th* use by reproduction of all local news, printed In tho newspaper as woll 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 Managni Departmont Heads Nov/s: R. E. Coldren, managing editor. Wayne Leo, associate editor. James Hitch, news editor. Rich Lovelt, night editor. Mllllo Hurlaho, weokond editor. Circulation: Dennis Smith, manager. Clarence Eales, mailing room foreman. Advertising: Louise Foothee, classified manager. Business: James Drake, manager. Art Fabrlzlus, office manager. Production: Robert NIcKlln, Ray Gordon, composing room foremen. R. C. Robinson, D. E. Mangels, prew room foremen. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Single copy 10c, Sunday 20c. Rural Mall In state of Kansas, on* year U7 .ll/ six months $14.94; on* month KM. Elsewhere by mail, on* year 130.00) tlx months 916.00; on* month 11.(0. Price include* postage and •ppllcebl*

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