The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 6, 1971 · Page 32
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Profit-Taking Leaves Stock Market Lower NEW YORK (AP) - Profit- taking on recent gains left the stock market moderately lower ^Tuesday. Trading was moderate. ' - Analysts said the market was "simply expressing hesitancy" pending details about the second phase of President Nixon's economic program. •:• The Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks closed down 4.52 at 891.14. while the Amex index dipped .01 Stocks in the Spotlight NEW YORK (AP) - Sales, closing price and net change of the 15 most active stocks traded on the NY Stock Ex- Am T&T 163,500 45 U % InsilcoCr 150,900 Wk D Vs Sony Corp 140,100 17 D % Equity F 130,700 39% D 2 Am Smelt 128,400 19 D 1% RCA 124,500 37 D V% South C Ed 110,900 29% D % Gen Tire 105,500 27 D % Goodyear 102,700 32% D Vs BunkRa 101,000 7 Transam 93,300 18% Gulf (Ml 85,300 27% U Vi Un Carbide 73,800 43% U Vx Rorer Ach 72,900 33% D % CocaB NY 72,600 42 'A D 2% • • • Of the 1,691 issues traded on the Big Board, 762 declined and '581 advanced. Volume of 12.37 million shares compared with • Monday's turnover of 14.59 million shares. On the American Stock Exchange, losers led gainers 490 to 344 among 1,150 issues traded. Turnover of 3.32 million shares compared with volume of 4.28 million shares Monday. The New York Stock Exchange index.of more than 1,300 common stocks closed down .06 at 54.74 price-change to 25.56. The Associated Press 60-stock average finished the day down .7 at 325.4, with industrials off 2.4, rails up .1, and utilities up .3. American Telephone, up 7s to 45 on 165,500 shares, topped the Big Board active list. Ninety-two blocks of 10,000 shares or more were traded on the Big Board, compared with a revised total of 122 such blocks traded Monday. WHAT STOCKS DID NEW YORK (AP) Prev. Today day Advances 53) 823 Declines 762 579 Unchanged 348 294 Total issues 1691 1696 New 1971 highs 35 61 New 1971 lows .. 49 36 NEW YORK (AP) Poor's 50O stock index: .. High 425 Industrials 20 Railroads 55 Utilities 500 Stocks 3'andard and Low Close N.C. 110.22 108.62 109.47 -.14 46.72 46.14 46.42 +.01 57.32 56.45 56.94 +.19 99.79 98.34 99.11 -.10 Avi erages TREND OF STAPLE PRICES NEW YORK (AP) — The Associated Press weighted wholesale price index of 35 commodities declined to 188.31. PreWous Day 188.53, Week Ago 188.09, Month Ago 187.32, Year Ago 192.50. 1971 1970 1969 1968 High 191.27 194.34 185.80 1 64.72 Low 184.58 185.35 166.2? 159.62 (1924 average equals 100) STOCK AVERAGES Compiled by The Associated Press 30 15 15 AO Ind. Rails Util. Stocks Net change —2.4 NEW YORK (API — Closing New York Stock Exchange Index: Market — 5 cents Index 54.74 —O.06 Industrial 58.73 —0.16 Transportation 47.76 +0.08 Utility 38.10 +0.29 Finance 71.89—0.02 NEW YORK (AP) - Tuesday's selected New York Stock Exchange prices: Sales Net (hds.) High Low Close Chg. .474.7 .477.1 .472.7 Tuesday Prev. Day Week Ago Month Ago 438.2 Year Ago 1971 High 6971 Low 1970 Oigh 1970 Low 411.6 505.5 438.8 444.1 334.3 BOND AVERAGES Compiled by The Associated Press +.1 194.7 194.6 192.9 203.3 129.5 203.3 138.0 143.5 95.8 + .3 132.9 132.6 130.5 135.7 127.7 152.2 130.1 145.6 113.2 —.7 325.4 326.1 322.8 335.7 267.1 336.4 288.1 290.6 221.7 20 10 10 10 10 Rails Ind. Util. Fgn. L.Yd —.1 + .1 50.4 81.7 84.6 92.8 79.2 50.4 81.8 84.6 92.8 79.1 50.0 81.8 84.4 92.8 78.6 50.0 81.9 84.7 91.8 78.8 50.6 77.3 79.4 88.6 73.6 51.3 84.1 85.5 93.1 80.9 48.1 79.7 82.5 88.4 77.2 57.2 82.6 83.0 91.4 77.9 44.7 74.1 75.2 87.4 71.3 Net change Tuesday Prev. Day . Week Ago . Month Ago . Year Ago . 1971 High . 1971 Low . 1970 High . 1970 Low . DOW JONES AVERAGES New York(AP) Final Dow-Jones averages STOCKS Open High Low Close, Net 30 Ind 894.28 898.46 885 .81 891.14 — 4.52 20 Trn 239.46 241.11 237.86 239.68 + 0.32 15 U1I 111.93 112.67 111 .32 111.96 + 0.09 65 Stk 306.68 308.44 304.22 306.18 — 0.69 Transactions in stocks used In averages: Indus 948,700 Tran 305,400 Utils 392,200 65 Stk 1,646,300 BONDS 40 Bonds 71.23+0.12 10 Higher grade rails 51.23+0.20 10 Second grade rails 64.63—O.02 10 Public Utilities 86.93+0.12 10 Industrials B2.16+0.21 Income rails 52.90+0.07 Commodity futures index .... 140.19+0.34 A wait reducer. A pleasant guy who wants to help you have the things you want now, while you can enjoy them most. Stop in and he'll give you considerate, personal service... for a loan, financing or even budget advice. 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IntMiner .05g 228 50 1934 19% Int Nickel 1 152 31% 31 31 — '/3 Int Pap 1 .50 209 33% 33% 33V2 — 14 Int T&T 1.15 479 57% 54% 543,4 iowa Beef 27 25V2 25% 25% — 1/2 lowaPSv 1.40 31 20% 20% 20% + % Itek Corp 87 393,i 38% 39% — % Jewel Co 1.60 10 53 573'a 57% — •% JohnMan 1.20 119 40 39'4 39% + Va JohnJoh .40a 95 90 891/2 90 + 3.3 JonLogn .80 10 59 5B3.ii 58% 3.4 JonLaug ,!0g 12 151-2 15'4 15% — 14 Jostens .70 4 27=8 27% 27% + % Joy Mfg !.40 34 59 58% 53% — % 18 124 327 105 20 38 60 153 117 200 171 69 52 79 132 207 213 335 47 13 28 46% 33' 2 671 3 23% 361-4 59% 24% 463/8 28V4 30 16% 34% 451/2 30% 20% 461/2 24% + % 7 75 2353/4 220 36 30 95 X58 83 116 152 270 12',i 351/2 32% 29% 10 19% 32% 133/4 12% 34% 31% 291/4 9% 19 32'/4 13% 35% 111% 503 13 . . . 28 — ' : 46' 2 -J- ' t 33% + V: 671,-2 . 24 — 1.4 361/2 '4 6OV2 + % 25 . .. . 47 + 1/2 28V2 + % 30 — li 17 34% + Va 46', a + VB 31 + 1.1 21 + la 443.4 —1 24% — VB 220 —151/4 K-L-M 12% 35% 32% 291/4 10 19 32% 1314 1/8 D -E-F BabckW .50 Bait GE 1.82 BeatFds 1.14 Beckman .50 BeechAir .60 Bell How .60 Bendix 1.40 BeneflCp 1.60 Benguet Beth Stl 1.20 Block HR .24 Boeing Co .40 BoisCas .25b Borden 1.20 BorgWar 1.25 BristMy 1.20 Brit Pot ,39g Brunswk .12 Bucy Er 1.20 Budd Co BulovaW .60 Bunkr Rsmo Burl Ind 1.40 Burl No 1.12g Burrghs .40 105 131 71 11 50 72 229 50 146 448 65 188 210 144 4)6 156 119 46 16 26 2 1010 49 188 36% 31% 411 /4 35% 15 45% 42% 591,4 5% 261,4 333,4 16 24% 29V2 28% 64% 15 33% 29% 12% 20% 7!4 40 55 35% 30% 40% 35% 15 45% 421/2 58'/4 5% 25% 33 15% 23% 28% 28% 64% 14% 32% 29'/4 12% 20% 6M 391/3 545,! 35'/a — Z 31 Va — 1. 40% — q 35% — I 15 .... 453,4 — 1, 42V2 — I 581/2 — % 5% — 26 — 3334 + 15% .. 23% — % 28% 28% — % 641/2 — % UVa 33 + 14 291 /4 — % 12V2 — Vi 20% 7 39% .... 55 + *i 307 139% 1373/4 139V2 +13/a q% ANNUAL INTEREST Si IK ItfelKS lit JUNIOR SUBORDINATED . ^t'm ISSUED FOR 5^ i YEARS...maturity60 '• months from data M • of issue. fi J • 9% INTEREST pay* I able quarterly. j • $500, OR ANY ! AMOUNT ABOVE... ,! vin multiples of $100. x Dan River 30 81 a 73.4 8 + Va Dart Ind .30b 115 45'Zi 44% 44% — 1/2 DaycoCp 1.14 31 18 173/4 18 + 3/n DaytnPL 1 .46 69 24 23'4 23% + 3 ;8 Deere Co 2 105 46% 46 46 — 3/ A Del Mnte 1.10 54 23% 2334 233.4 Delta Air .50 68 45% 45 451-4 1 DennyRst .04 125 8 73.1 8 + ',4 DetEdis 1.40 147 1934 19'-2 19% Diam Sham 1 132 19% 18314 19 + 1-4 Dillon Co .80 14 2334 2.11/2 23V2 — Is Disney .20 673 1031-i 95% 10?3 4 + 314 Diverslnd .36 81 8% 8% 8% + 1 s DrPepper .40 138 35 331/2 343,4 + 11/2 DomeMns .80 58 61% 60% 611-2 — % DowChm 1.80 203 7014 6914 70% + 3,-8 Dresslnd 1.40 28 32% 32% 32% DukePw 1.40 63 223.4 221/4 22% + 'l/B duPont 3.75g • 93 15534 154 154 —1 % DuqLt 1 .66 96 23% 23 23 — 1-4 Dynam Am 63 10% 10V. 10% — 1-4 East Air Lin 338 193/a 18% 191/4 + VB EasKodak la 469 863;4 85 85% —IV2 Eaton 1.40 114 41 40% 40% + % EchiinMf .60 27 49% 48% 49V4 + VB EG8.G .10 57 223,i 21% 22% + VB EIPasoNG 1 128 17 163,4 16% + Va EitraCp 1.20 32 27 263,4 263,4 Emer El 1.16 91 74% 73% 73% —'% Essexlnt 1.20 25 41% 40% 40% Ethyl Cp .84 22 233/4 23% 23% — Va EvansP ,60b 135 49% 49% 49% . l.; t Fairch Cam 70 34% 36% 36% — % Fair Ind .15g 81 9% 8% 9Va + % Fansteel Inc 10 93,4 9'/2 9% + 1/4 Feddors .50 303 42% 42'/4 42'/2 — 1/2 FedDeptStr 1 71 44% 45% 45% — 1/2 Flltrol 1.40 3 21% 21% 21% + Va Flrestne 1.60 59 56 551/4 553/4 — 14 Firestone wi 7 28% 28% 28% + *a Fst Chart 615 2914 28% 29 + Va Flintkote 1 36 301/2 29% 30% + '/4 Fla Pow 1 .68 12 431/4 43 43 — Vi FlaPwLt 2.12 118 441/4 63V2 64 FMC Cp .85 54 29% 29'/a 29% — Vi Food Fair .90 14 16 15% 15% Ford M 2.40 540 70'/2 70% 70'/4 ~'/4 =orMcKs .80 50 2314 22% 231-8 "rcepMin .80 148 211/4 203.4 20% — "li 5% 5Va 5% 5'/a Fruehf 1.70 45 353,4 35% 35% - 3/b KaisAlum .50 Kan GE 1.44 KanPLt 1.33 Katy Ind KayserRo .60 Kennecott 2 KerrMcG .60 KimbClk 1.20 Knght N .fog Koppers 1.60 Kraftco 1.70 KresgeSS .50 Kroger 1.30 Leai'Sieg .20 LehPCem .40 LehVal Ind Lehmn 1.32g Levitz Furn LibbOFd 2 LibbMcNL LiggtMy 2.50 Ling Tem Vt Littonlnd .50t Lockheed Air Loews Corp 1 LoneStarln 1 LoneSGa 1.36 LonglsLt 1.38 Lucky Str LukensStl .80 LVO Corp Lykes Yngst A/lackeCo .30 Macy RH 1 MadFd 1.05g Magnvox 1.20 Ma rath 1.60 Marcor .80 Mar Mid 1.70 MartinM 1.10 MayDStr 1.60 Maytag 1.10a McDonD ,40b McGrv/H .60 Mead Corp 1 Melv Sho .80 Memorex Cp Merck 2.20 MGM Microdot .20g MidSUtil 1.02 MinnMM 1.85 MinnPLt 1.30 MobilOil 2.60 Mohas 1.10 Monsant 1.80 MontDUf 1.88 Mont Pw 1.68 MorNor .80 Motorola .60 MtFuel S 1.80 MtStaTT 1.36 33 5 42 37 10 209 68 44 3 6 356 92 93 44 29 89 35 214 88 19 22 78 147 54 51 30 49 X44 143 20 55 47. 20 55 97 235 94 110 124 86 30 59 61 78 232 23 204 81 112% 33 22 52 17% 144 23 24% 24 25% 11 22% 28V4 44 291-i 673.1 33' 2 42% 96 321 2 11% 1534 414 16% 92 53% 8 51% 11% 25% 10 49% 25 27% 22% 22 18V3 5% 8V3 11% 45V4 15Vs 50% 34% 33 33 20% 48 3814 29% 19 18 5514 343a 2334 233 4 251,3 10% 22% 271-3 421,2 29 67'2 33'-2 415 B 95% 311 2 10% 15% 3% 14% 90',2 52 'A 7% 51 11% 25'/2 9% 48% 24% 26% 22% 21% 18 5V2 8V4 IIV4 443/4 14% 50'.4 341% 32'/2 32i,'2 20% 47% 3734 29% 18% 17 54% 33% 110% 21 16% 22% 2334 24 2534 103.4 22% 27% 42% 29'4 (•734 33% 41% 96 5; + 1,4 + V: % % —1 + 31 11 15U 414 16% 91 —IV4 53'4 +1 8 + Va 51 — 1,4 11% — 1 /4 25% + Va 9% — 1 /4 49'A — 1/2 24Ya — Vs 27 22% + % 22 + 14 18 — % 5% + Va 8% ... 11% + Va 44% — % 14% — Va 50% — VB 341/2 — 1/4 32% — Va 32% + % 20% — la 48 + % 3734 — 1,-4 293,4 19 17% 543, 34 112% 2T4 17% + % 22% — % Telex Cp 444 IT/l 12% 12% % Tenneco 1.32 177 25% 24% 243,4 — Va Texaco 1 .60 453 31% 311'2 313,4 — 1 \ TexETrn 1.52 614 42 41% 41 % + 1 VB Tex G Sul .60 591 14% 14% 1434 Texaslnst .80 X125 107% 104 107% +iv. TexPLd .50g 4 17 16% 17 Textron .90 162 31% 31 31 — VB Thiokol .40 94 I41/4 13% 14% Va Thrift Or .70 5 24 23% 233 /4 — 1/2 TimesMir .50 14 47% 44% 44% — Va Timken 1.80 59 42% 42% 42% Va Todd Ship .80 12 17% 17% 17% — % Trans W Air 180 30% 30% 30% + % Transmra .55 933 18% 181/2 1814 TriCont 1.77g 58 2834 28'4 28% + i M TRW Inc la 93 35% 35 35 — % Twent Cent 54 9% 9v2 9% % UAL Inc 309 41 40% 40% — ' a UMC Ind .72 45 211 a 20% 21% + i, ; Un Carbide 2 738 43% 43% 433,4 4- 1.4 Un Elec 1.28 81 18% I8V2 18% UnOilCal 1.60 261 33% 33 3314 1/2 Un Pac Cp 2 87 60 59 ,4 60 a. 34gUniro yal.70 76 21% 21 Va 21 1/3 Unit Air 1 .80 81 31'4 3OV2 30% % UnBrands .30 46 12% 12% 12% UnitCp .50g 49 81 .4 8 8% Unit MM 1.30 10 30 30 30 — % US Gypsm 3 72 70 ] 4 49% 70'4 — 34 US Indust .40 81 26% 261.4 26% — % US PlyCh .84 383 34 33% 33% % US Smelt 1 16 23% 233/s 233 4 US Steel 1.M) 179 301/2 30 30% Unlv Oil .20P 84 14% 14V2 14% — ',4 UnivCptr .37f 148 23% 23 23% — \ A Upiohn 1.60 94 67% 66 67 — ',4 Investing (Vs. 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 Aberdn Admiralty Grwth Incom Insur Advisrs Aetna F Affiliatd Afufure F AIIAm Fd Allstate Alpha Amcap Am Bus Am Diver Am Eqity 5.34 5.45 2.32 3.52 Funds: 7.34 8.04 4.57 5.01 10.40 11.40 5.45 5.96 10.65 11.64 7.16 7.75 11.57 11.57 .84 .92 11.47 12.55 13.13 14.35 6.44 7.06 3.30 3.58 10.91 11.92 5.55 6.08 Amer Express V-W-X-Y-Z Varian Assoc 39 14'/2 1414 14% VendoCo .30p 13 IP/4 11'/2 11% + 1/4 VaEIPw 1.12 232 19V4 19 19 + 3 /a WachCp 1.20 17 60% 60 60 — % WarLam 1.30 90 75'/2 75 75 — 3' 8 WashWP 1.36 14 21 li 20% 21 + % WstnAir 2.19f 99 32 31% 31% Wn Banc 1.30 111 32% 32% 32% + 1,4 WnUnion 1.40 48 433/4 43% 43 '/4 — 1/4 Westg El 1.80 80 96% 96 96'/2 — % Weverhs .80 136 51% 50'/2 50V2 — % Whirl Cp 1.40 45 96 95 95 White Motor 127 26% 253/i 24 + 'l4 Whittaker 258 10% 10% 10% + la Williams Co 249 45% 44% 45V2 WinnDx 1.74 32 46 45V2 45% + '1/2 Woolwth 1.20 195 £0% 50% 503,4 + 14 Xerox Cp .80 474 II6V2 115V2 II6V2 + % Zale Corp .64 29 41% 41 li 41V2 — 1/4 Zenith R 1.40 53 48% 48 483/a —1/2 Copyrighted by The Associated Press 1971 Capit Incme Invest Sped Stock Am Grth Am Inv Am Mutl AmN Gth Anchor Capit Grwth Incme Fd Inv Vent Astron 9.02 9.86 9.30 10.16 8.93 9.76 9.04 8.93 9.81 6.85 7.49 5.69 5.69 9.44 10.32 3.58 3.91 Group: 8.64 9.47 11.91 13.05 8.12 8.90 9.3610.26 46.39 50.84 4.73 5.17 Axe Houghton: + 3; T American Exchange NEW YORK (AP) - Tuesday's selected American Stock Exchange prices: Sales Net (hds.) High Low Close Chg. 92 125% 124% 125% + % 11 376 122 372 16 33 501 79 5 24 21 49% 33V2 51'/2 32 2834 253 /4 771 /4 39% 22% 203.4 49 33 50% 31 Va 28% 24% 763 /4 39% 2214 21 + 49% + % 331/2 + 1/2 51% + 311/2 — VB 28% + VB 243A — % 77V4 + V4 39Va 22V4 N-O G *• OWNERSHIP^ TRANSFERABLE at any time without service charge. T /ii's announcement Is neither an oiler to sell, nor a solicitation of an oiler to buy | r these securities. i 7he oiler is made only >• by the prospectus, fjk •atziii* * ••if<m x _ • <y Obtain a \JI f Prospectus from our v i REGISTERED SECURITIES \ REPRESENTATIVES | (LICENSED BY THE STATC) | IN CARE OF % INTERSTATE SECURITIES i COMPANY •t theaddresi 1% listed below W. C. Whit* Branch Managtr 29 SOUTH MAIN 662-0263 GAC Cp .40p GAF Corp .40 Gam Sko 1.30 Gannett .48 Gen Dynam GenElec 1.40 GonFood 1.40 wgenMllls .96 GenMot 2.55g G PubUt 1.60 GnTelEI 1.52 Gen Tire lb Genesco 1.70 GaPacIf .80b Gerber 1.30 GetlyO 1.13g Gillette 1.40 Glen Alden Global Marin Goodrich 1 Goodyr .85 Grace 1.50 Grant W 1.50 Grt A&P 1.30 GtWest Finl GtWnUnit .90 Grn Giant .96 Greyhound 1 Grt/mmnCp 1 Gulf Oil 1.50 GlfStUtil 1.04 GulfWn .60 GHWnlnd wt 54 13% 13% 13% .. 182 19% IBli 19% — V4 124 43% 431/4 431.4 . . 136 60 59 >,4 59% + 18 21% 21% 21% 346 62% 61% 62 — VB 308 34% 34 34>/4 .. 178 35% 35 353/a 374 84V2 84 84 la — li 146 23V4 23 23% + i.'a 45) 30% 30% 30 ',4 — Is 1055 271 ,4 27 27 — VB 38 29% 291/. 29% .. 132 53% 52% 52% — Va 64 46% 46% 461'2 . 14 82% 8214 82V4 + i/j 167 403 ,4 40% 40'/2 .. 81 8% B% 83/i .. 29 16 153 .4 15% +1/4 233 32% 32% 32V2 + VB 1027 33% 3214 32%— V4 340 31% 31 313/a — 3 8 45 62 61% 61 Fa + % 374 20% 20% 20',2 — 1/2 206 29% 291/s 2914 + 1 .4 26 24 233,4 23% — Vs 17 191/s 18% 19 + lo 117 23% 23% 23% .. 42 18 17% 17% — 14 853 27% 26% 27% + 14 97 2214 2IV4 21% + 1,8 94 27V2 27i,a 27V2 + Va 64 9 8% 8% — la H-I-J Halliburt 1.05 57 67 661'4 661,4 Harris Int 1 23 58% 5814 5814 — VB HeclaM .SOf 58 14% 14 1411 Hercules .75g 89 52% 5214 5214 — Vi Heubleln .85 395 45 43% 4414 + VB Hew Pack .20 82 45% 443/4 45'/2 + VB HoernWal .90 1 24V3 24V2 241,2 Hoff Electrn 15 13V2 13 13 — VB Holidylnn .25 224 4414 43% 44% — li HollySug .30p 7 131/2 13% 13% — VB Homestke .40 89 2314 22% 23 — Va Honywll 1.30 110 110 IO8V4 110 + IV2 HousehF 1.20 145 541/4 533/4 541,4 + % HousLP I .3Z 44 43% 434a 43% — la Howmet .70 442 14V4 133,4 133/4 — Va IdahoPw 1 .70 61 34 33% 33% Ideal Bas .60 33 17% 17% 17% + VB III Cent 1 .14 22 371/4 37 37l8 Imprl Cp Am 164 16% 16 16 — Vi INA Cp 1 .40 129 53% 52% 523/S — 14 Nabisco 2.20 NatAirln .10p Nat Can .45 NatCashR .72 Nat Distil .90 Nat Fuel 1.68 Nat Genl .20 Nat Gyp 1.05 Nat Indust Nat Steel 2.50 Nat Tea .80 Natomas .25 NevPow 1.24 Newberry 1 NEngEI 1.56 Newmnt 1.04 Niag MP 1.10 NL Ind 1 Norfolk W 5 Norris Ind 1 No Am Phil 1 NoAmRk 1.40 NoNGas 2.60 NoStaPw 1.70 Norlhrop 1 Nwst Airl .45 NwtBanc 1.40 Norton 1.50 Nort 5imon Occid Pet 1 OhioEdis 1.54 Okla GE 1.24 OklaNGs 1.24 Olin Corp .88 Omarkln .62f Otis Elev 2 Outbd Mar 1 Owen Cng .75 Owen III 1.35 33 20 10 556 71 8 70 65 43 63 15 421 10 106 99 172 205 294 53 11 36 74 43 32 13 143 89 6 135 718 36 14 42 86 43 33 403 47 90 S2% 263,4 23% 341/4 15V4 24% 27% 231a 7 41 13% 833/4 343/4 23 23V2 26% I6V4 16% 793/4 38'/2 24% 27% 46% 2534 19% 32 35% 331/2 55% I51/8 23% 24 20% 21% 13% 41% 37% 523/4 53% 51% 26% 2314 323 /4 15 24% 27% 22% 6% 4012 13% 81 li 34V2 22% 23 26% 16 1614 79 3814 23'% 27% 45% 253 a 18% 31' 2 35% 33% 54% 14% 23% 23V2 20% 20% 12% 40'/2 35 52'4 52% 51% — V B 26V2 23% — 3/a 33 ~\Va 15'/4 24V2 + V B 27V2 — 1/2 23% + % 6% — Va 41 + 1/2 13% + Va 81% — VB 343 /4 + 1/4 23 + 23% + % 26% — Va 16 — l 1614 — l 79 — l 3814 .... 24% + Va 27% — VB 45% + Vi 25'/2 + Vo 1834 + % 31 VB — 1/2 35% + li 333/8 + 1 a 55 + Is 15 23% + li 23% — li 20% + Va 21 li + 1/4 13% + Vi 40V2 — VB 37 — Is 52% + 1-2 53 — % P-Q -R Aeroiet .50a AmPetr 1.10g AO Indust Ark Best .20 ArkLGas 1 .30 Asamera Oil Barnes Eng Barnwel Ind BrascanLt lb Buttes Gs Oil CampbChlb CdnJavIn .44f Certron Cp Cinerama CreoleP 2.60a Data Control Dillard .40g Dixilyn Corp Dynalectrn Equit Cp .06g Essex Chem Fed Resrces Felmont 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 Jupiter Cp Kaiser In ,27t Kin Ark Corp Kingsford .16 Lafay Radio Ling TVgt wt LoewsThe wt Marshal Ind McCrory wt Mich Sug .10 Midw Fin .32 Milgo Elect Newldria Mn NewPark Mn Nor Cdn 5 270 52 1 88 89 20 2 50 132 18% 25% 2 28% 25% 17% 13% 9% 18 14% 18 241 1% 28% 25% 16% 12% 93 4 17% 13% 18% • 253 B -1% 28% .... 25% + I 1 16% + 1, 12% — li 9% — 1: 18 — li 13% —1 27 6 1 5-16 6 13-16 6 1 5-16 + Va 66 13 47 15 8 2 10 71 146 14 32 2 3 4 22 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Lex Rsh Librty Fd Life Stk Life Inv Line Nat Ling B2 B4 Kl K2 SI S2 S3 54 7.98 8.72 14.15 15.46 7.29 7.99 4.82 5.28 10.08 10.90 13.84 15.13 9.99 9.99 7.66 . 11.91 13.02 Group: 5.38 5.85 9.85 10.71 5.17 5.62 19.85 21.58 9.36 10.05 8.00 8.70 unavail 22.15 22.84 8.45 8.45 7.97 B.66 24.12 24.12 Funds: 11.62 12.74 19.05 19.93 19.90 21.81 8.72 9.56 8.07 8.84 5.83 6.39 19.89 21.80 10.7011.73 8.53 9.35 5.29 5.79 4.40 4.80 7.41 8.12 9.69 10.61 6.77 7.40 10.6911.68 16.73 18.28 6.70 7.32 6.05 6.61 8.63 9.43 11.4612.52 4.89 .... Nixon Plans Hike Grains Loomis Sayles: Canad 27.96 27.96 Capit Mut Lord Abt Luth Bro Magna In Manhtn Mkt Gth 12.1012.10 15.01 15.01 11.01 ... 11.88 12.98 8.86 9.68 5.31 5.80 6.32 6.32 Centry Sh 14.3015.63 Channing Funds: Balan Com St Grwth Incom Specl Chase Gr Capit Fund Front Shrhld Specl Chemicl 8% 8 9-16 8% 51'8 . I Colonial: 3% —'1/4 2 17% 10 30% 7 2% 26% 314 91/2 9% 2 '/4 10 27% 6% 25V4 11% 11 6V2 21 Va 15'/2 1% 33/i 2 17% 93,4 30% 6% 2% 25% 3 8', a 9',i 2% 9% 27% 6Va 24la 11 li 10% 6li 21 13% 1% 3V4 17% — % 9% 30V2 + li 634 — li 2% + li 2514 —Hi 3 — 14 8% + % 9'i — % 2% — % 9% — % 27% — % 6% — % 243,B — % 11% 10% 61-2 21','8 — % 15V2 +2 13,4 3V LIVE ALONE? Husband away at nights? Protect yourself from INTRUDERS, DOPE ADDICTS with a low cast security system for your home or apartment. From $9.80 up. Call 316-662-6154, Prevenlor Security 5ysltms, Hutchinson. PacGEI 1.64 Pac Ltg 1.60 PacPetrl ,30e PacFwL 1.44 PacT8,T 1.20 PanAmS .20p PanAm WAir Panh EP 1.80 Penn Cent Penn Dix .41 f Penney JC 1 PaPwLt 1.60 PennzUn .80 PepsiCo 1 Pfizer ,60a Phelps D 2.10 Phila El 1.64 PhilMorr 1.20 Phill Pet 1.30 PitneyB .68 Polaroid .32 PortGEI 1.38 PPG Ind 1.40 ProcrGm 1.50 PubSCol 1.12 P Sv EG 1.64 Publklnd ,30f Pueblo In .28 PugSPLt 1.84 Pullman 2 Va [ Questor .50 RalstonP .70 Ranco Inc .92 Raytheon .60 RCA 1 Reading Co Rdg Bate .25 Reich Ch .20 RepubStl 1.60 Revlon 1 Reyn Ind 2.40 ReynMet .60 RoanST 1.28g Rohr Cp .80 RoyCCola .54 RoyDut 1.04g Ryder Sy .50 I" Try I The New J Comelot ) Inn 16th & Adams, Hutchinson | I for Reservations < I Phone 663-6175 Collect I I *7 up- ( I Color TV Every Room < Allan Lindwall OF AMERICA TRIFT In LarkJand Shopping Center 2534 N. Main Hutchinson i\llan Lindwall, Mgr. Phone MO 3-2184 The Best Room Buy In Kansas City That's right. From $12.00 per night single occupancy. 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Call collect for the best room buy in Kansas City! i Safeway 1.20 StJoeM 1 .50 StL Sa F 2.40 StRegisP 1.60 Sanders Asso SaFelnd 1.60 SanFelnt .30 ScherPIg .90 SCM Corp SCOA Ind .60 Scott Paper l SbCL In 2 .20 Sear) GD 1.30 SearsRo 1.40 Shell Oil 2 .40 Shell Tr .85g Sherw Wm 2 Signal Co .60 SingerCo 2 .40 Smith KF 2 Sony Corp SCarEG 1.33 SouCalE 1.50 South Co 1.24 SouNGas 1.40 Southn Pac 2 SouthrnRy 3a SperrR .55g SquareD .80a Squibb 1.50 StBrands 1.60 Std Kollsman StOilCal 2.80 StOillnd 2.30 StOilNJ 2.75g StdOilOh 2.70 Stauf Ch 1.80 S fed Drug .80 StevensJ 1 .5o StudWor 1.20 SunOil lb SurvyFd .23g Swift Co .70 Systron Donn Tampa El .80 Tektronix Teledyne .63f 94 41 27 25 127 40 440 204 153 16 78 38 184 88 211 443 6<S3 115 232 104 547 28 37 67 41 317 61 23 33 6 7 31 13 50 1245 17 42 13 55 3? 156 370 95 43 255 235 50 301.4 24', j 34 231,4 17 ma 10?i 32% 6V4 lOVj 70 3 'o 23% 26% 65V2 391/4 36 21 Va 65% 311/4 247a 97 191! a 441/4 72V8 22'/2 26% SVe 16"4 283'4 52^ 17% 33% 221/j 365a 371/4 8% 27 9'/a 247a 65% S9V» 18 SVB 19 3F/a 385,8 61 29V2 24 333.4 22% 1614 11 10% 32'/2 6'/i> Via 69V2 231/a 25% 64% 38% 35Va 21 Va 65'/a 30% 233,i 941/4 19% 43V2 711/2 22Va 26'/a 5 i53 ,a 28% 52% 17% 33Vi 22 36'/2 36% 8V8 26'/a Via 24 451 /s 59 17 '/4 5% 18% 30% 37% 60 M'.'a + Va 241 a + Va 33% — Vi 23 — 3.8 17 + li II — 1/4 10% + Va 32V2 — Va 6Va —• Va 9% 69'/2 — VB 23V'a — U 26'/a — 1/4 65V4 + Vi 391/8 — VB 35VB —1 21 Vi + Vo 45% + 311 /4 + 1/4 23% — V 95 —IV 19% .... 43% — 3,; 711/2 — 1/2 22'/2 + % 26V4 5 — 14 15% — 1/2 28% — va 52% 17% — 1/4 331/4 — Va 22'/a + 1/2 34?i — 1 /4 37 — Va 8% — Va 27 + 1/4 iVa — VB 24V4 — % 453/a — Vi 59% + Vi ]7i/2 _ l 8 53/4 + Vs 19 + 1/4 31 Va — Va I 38Va — % 40 — VB Oils 45 6 13-16 611-14 611-16+1-16 3% — Va 15 2% 63 /4 — Va 12'/s — % 31.4 — Va 17% + % 151/2 — va 6% — la 51,4 + % 17V8 — % I8V.1 + 1,3 68V4 — % 14% + % 90V2 +2% 34% + 3 /s 3% + Va 25% 6% 6 ',2 — Va 5% 4'/a + VB 5% ... 8% — 3/ B 28 — 1/2 - . 20% Copyrighted by The Associated Press 1971 Selected Bonds NEW YORK (AP) - Tuesday 's selected New York Stock Exchange bond prices: Sales Net ($1000) High Low Close Chg. AmFP 4.80S87 13 58V2 58% 581/2 + Va Nuclear Am 58 4 3% OKC Corp .80 8 15 15 Ormand Ind 26 2% 2 3 4 Ozark Airline 48 7 63 ,4 Permaner 47 12% 1)3.1 Phoenix Stl 17 3% 3U Puritan Fash 223 17% 17 Rath Pack 14 15% 15'/2 Reserve OG 76 T '.B 6% Resortslntl A 126 5 '/4 4'/2 Scurry Rain 17 171 .4 171,8 Statham Ins 21 18% IB Syntex .40 248 68% 68 Vs Technicolor 50 14% 14 Telepromtr 87 90% 87'/2 Tesoro Pet 368 35% 34 UnBrands wt 175 3% 31/2 US Filter 25 25% 25V2 Viewlex 24 63 /4 6% Vikoa Inc 15 4% 6V2 VLN Corp 36 5% 5% Westates Ptl 21 41/2 43.8 Wilshire .14f 24 5% 5% Yates Ind 27 8% 8V2 Yonk Ra .80a 126 28% 27 Zim Horn .24 44 20% 20% Equty Fund Grwth Incom Vent Colu Grth ComS Bd Cwlth AB Ctvlfh C Comp As Comp Cp Comp Bd Comp Fd Concord Cons Inv Constel G Cont Mut Cont Gth Corp Ldr Ctry Cap Crn WDiv Crn WDal deVegh Delaware Decat Delaw Delta Dir Cap Diver Fd Dodg Cox Drexel Dreyf Fd Dreyf Lv Eaton&Howard: 12.0313.15 1.74 1.90 5.96 4.51 7.68 8.39 1.97 2.15 Bos: 8.11 8.86 10.5711.55 92.24 .. 11.99 13.10 10.40 11.37 18.78 20.52 4.31 4.71 11.06 12.09 6.47 7.07 9.9410.86 5.29 5.78 14.56 14.56 5.37 5.87 1.36 1.47 1.69 1.83 7.45 8.16 6.94 7.63 9.45 10.27 9.90 10.76 11.25 11.25 11.50 11.87 5.94 6.44 8.80 8.80 10.5410.65 16.1717.70 13.97 15.10 6.12 6.49 7.24 7.91 72.22 72.22 Group: 12.25 13.39 13.31 14.55 7.81 8.54 6.97 7.64 5.74 4.27 15.68 15.68 14.15 14.15 12.1613.33 15.25 16.71 Massachusett Co: Freed 8.42 9.23 Indep 6.97 7.24 Mass 11.52 12.62 Mass Financl: AT&T 43 /8S85 ColuGas 4%s83 ConEdis 5s87 ErieRR 5s2020f GnMotAcc 5s80 MoP 43 ,4s2020f vjNYC 5s2013f NorPac 4s97 PacG&E 5s91 Sears R 43/ 4 s83 US Steel 4%s96 757a 771 /4 73V2 1) Vi 85% 511 /4 14'/a 53% 75Vi 83'/« 45 75% 741/2 71 '/a 111/3 85 51 14Va S3'/a 75V» 83 441/2 75% + Vi 77V4 + 3/ 4 7IV2 —2 111/2 — 1/4 85 — % 51 ','4 +1 14Va S3% + 1/4 75'/a 831 /4 + 1 /4 641/2 — % Copyrighted by The Associated Press 1971 Board of Trade Balan Grwth Incom Specl Stock Ebrstdt Edie Spl Egret Gt Elfun Tr Emer Sec Energy Equity Equit Gth Equit Pro FD Cap Fairfld Farm Bu Fidelity Bond Capit Conffd Dstny Essex Evrst Fidel Puritn Salem Trend Financial Dyna Indust Incom Vent FstFd Va Fst Investors: 10.08 11.02 13.91 15.20 4.38 6.97 9.69 10.59 13.90 15.29 13.78 15.06 24.42 24.42 13.20 14.35 19.41 ... 6.21 4.79 12.2712.27 9.41 10.28 9.27 60.16 4.09 4.48 5.00 .... 10.51 11.49 9.99 9.99 Group: 9.45 9.45 12.22 13.36 9.13 9.98 4.81 .... 13.47 14.72 13.10 14.32 14.40 17.92 10.32 11.28 5.37 5.87 24.43 26.70 Prog: 4.39 4.81 3.84 4.23 6.01 6.58 4.42 4.84 11.8712.97 MIT MIG MID Mates Mathers Mid AM Moody Moody's MIF Fd MlF Gth MuUS Gv M OmaG M Omahl Mut Shrs Mut Trst NEA Mut Nat Ind Nat Secur Balan Bond Divid Grwth Pf Stk Incom Stock Nel Grth Nel Side Neuw Cef Neuw Fd New Wld Newton Nich Strg Noreast Oceangr Omega 100 Fund 101 Fund One WmS ONeill Oppenh Opp AIM OTC Sec Param M Paul Rvr Penn Sq Pa Mut Phila Pilgrim Pine St Pion Ent Pion Fnd Plan Inv Pligrth Price Funds Grwth 28.21 28.21 N Era 10.0410.04 N Horiz 32.92 32.92 Pro Fund 10.74 10.74 Pro Portf 4.89 7.53 Prog Fd 5.78 4.32 Provid 5.00 5.46 Pru SIP 10.65 11.63 Funds : 8.93 9.76 14.1315.44 12.88 14.08 15.01 16.40 3.85 3.85 13.75 13.75 5.72 6.25 12.34 12.34 12.65 12.65 8.85 9.57 5.69 6.15 10.42 10.58 6.27 6.82 10.87 11.82 16.69 16.69 2.00 2.00 10.59 10.81 11.34)1.34 Ser: 10.81 11.81 5.05 5.52 4.37 4.78 9.52 10.40 7.34 8 .02 5.47 5.98 8.00 8.74 9.96 10.83 16.5017.93 6.72 7.34 11.53 12.60 13.0814.30 15.99 17.47 18.04 18.04 15.3015.30 7.53 7.53 7.01 7.13 14.4414.02 9.49 60.37 16.3016.30 12.9012.90 8.79 9.61 12.88 14.08 10.74 11.67 8.93 9.76 8.42 9.20 7.99 7.99 4.40 4.40 15.09 16.54 10.43 11.40 11.56 11.56 8.07 8.82 11.5912.67 11.65 12.73 13.4314.68 Putnam Equit Georg Grwth Incom Invest Vista Voyag Revere Rlnfret Sagitars Schustr Scudder Int Inv Specl Balan 15.02 16.42 10.82 11.83 8.26 9.03 8.55 9.34 9.45 10.33 8.34 9.!) 10.65 11.64 15.40 16.00 3.43 3.43 16.42 17.97 Funds: 13.78 14.03 35.48 35.48 15.93 15.93 CHICAGO (AP) - The possibility that the Taft-Hartley Act may be invoked in the longshoremen's strike influenced some buying activity in commodity futures on the Chicago Board of Trade Tuesday, but before the close some of the early gains were trimmed by profit-taking. Soybeans closed around 1 cent higher while wheat advanced VA cents and corn and oats moved up around Vi cent. Soybean meal gained around 30 points but oil futures declined nearly 15 points. The trade had expected that President Nixon might make a move forward getting the long shoremen back to work and prices opened from around Va to 1 cent higher in the wheat, corn and soybeans pits. Then there was some doubt that this move would be made and some quick selling tended to weaken prices in the three pits. Later, however, prices again moved up on new word of a board of inquiry being named in the dispute. At the close, soybeans were up around 1 cent, November 3.08; wheat futures gained l'/t cents, December 1.48; corn was up Vi cent, December 1.1314: and oats gained around Vi cent, December 70.. cents. Kansas City Wheat Dec Mar May July PC 1.43V2 1.42 1.39'/t 1.35% Open 1.43% 1.42 1 .40 1.36 High 1.44V4 1.42'/j 1 .40'/a 1 .36 Low 1.43V2 1 .41% 1.39% 1.35V2 Close 1 .433/i 1 .42V4 1 .40V4 1 .35% Chicago Wheal Dec Mar May July 1 .44% 1 .47% 1 .44% 1.38% 1 .471/8 1.48 1.47 1.39 1.48% 1 .49 1.47% 1 .39% 1 .44V2 1 .47V« 1 .441 /a 1 .38Va 1.48Va 1.48% 1 .47% 1,39V. Pace 2 The Hutchinson News Wednesday, October 6, lf71 Grain Receipt WHEAT — Hutchinson, today 14; week ago 83; year ago 50. Wichita 6i K .C. 50; Salina 17. CORN — K.C. 42. KAFIR — Hutchinson 9; K.C. Hutchinson Wheat Hutchinson Board of Trade wheat price ung. Basis nom. fair. 143. Closing Demand PC Open High Low Close Chicago Oats PC Dec 70'/4 Mar 68% 49'/» May 47V2 47% Close 70V Chicago Corn Dec Mar May July PC 1.12% 1.17% I.20V2 1.22% Open 1.13 1.17% 1.20% 1.22% High 1.131.4 1.18VB 1.21 1.23 Low 1.12% 1.17% I.20V2 1.22% Close 1.13 1.18 1.21 1.23 Chicago Soybeans Nov Jan Mar PC 3.07% 3.10% 3.14% Close 3.08 3.11V* 3.15'A Chicago Eggs Oct Nov PC 32.15 35.60 Close 31.50 35.60 KANSAS CITY (AP) — Wheat 50 cars; unchanged-% higher; No. 2 hard 1.52Vj- 1.64V4n; No. 3 1.50 '/2 -1.63 '/4n; No. 2 red wheat l.47>/i-1.49'/in; No. 3 1 .45V2 -1.48V4n. Corn 42 cars; V4 fo Vi higher; No. 2 white ).12-1.27n; No. 3 1.00-1.16n; No. 2 yellow 1.08%!.!7'/in; No. 3 l.GO-l.liVin. Oats 1 car; nominally unchanged; No. 2 white 44-75; No. 3 61-44. No. 2 mllo 1.71-1.84n No. 2 rye 90-98n No. 2 barley 1.08-1.16n No. 1 soybeans 2.91-3.05n Sacked bran 44.50-45.25 Sacked shorts 45.50-46.25 Wheat futures closed from unchanged to Vi higher. Livestock Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) — Cattle 1,000; calves 100; cows mostly steady; feeders fully steady; cows high cutter, utility and commercial 2O.C0-22.00; high dressing utility 22.25-80; feeder steers and steer calves good and choice 275-400 lb 38.0042.00 ; 400-500 lb 35.00-38.50; feeder heifers and heifer calves high good and choice 250-400 lb 34.00-34.00; 400-650 lb 31.0O-34.0O. Hogs 4,000; barrows and gilts mostly steady; 1-2 23 lb 20 .40; 1 -3 200-250 lb 20.00 -25; 190-205 lb 19 .50-20.00; sows steady to 25 higher; 1-3 300-600 lb 16 .50-17 .25. Sheep 200; woolcd lambs fully 50 lower; instances l.OO nff; owes steady; wooled lambs choice and prime 26.50; choice 25 .50-26.00; good and low choice 24 .00 -25 .50; choice shorn No. 2-3 pelts 25.00; ewes cull go good 3.50-5.50. Estimates for tomorrow: cattle 1,500; calves 100; hogs 3,500; sheep 100. WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Cattle 400; slaughter classes strong; steers choice, few high good 32.25; choice small end of good 31.85-32.20; heifers choice, few good 30.50-90; choice end of good 30.00-30; cows utility and commercial 22.50-23.00; high dressing to 24.25. Hogs 1,500; barrows and gilts steady, few 1-2 210-230 lb 20 .00; 1-3 200-240 lb 19.50-20.00; 1-3 240250 lb 19.0-5; sows steady; 1 -3 300 lb down 14.75-17.00; 1-3 200400 lb 14.00-17.00. Sheep 400; slaughter classes steady; ewes not well tested; wooled lambs hcoice and prime 25.50; shorn lambs prime end of choice no. 1-2 pelts 26 .CO; choice and prime no. 1-2 pells 25.50-75; ewes cull to good 3.00- 5.C0. DENVER (AP) — Hogs 700; barrows and gilts steady to strong; U. S. 1-3, 200-240, 20.2520.75 ; 2-3, 200-240, 19.75-20.25; 24, 240-260, 18.75-20.00; sows steady, 1 -3, 300-600, 14.50-16 .00. Weather in the Neivs 190 44 13 26 67 93 26 69 49 49 275 115 38 159 110 2 22 .104 97 90 1401 31 1109 395 43 71 98 148 48 39 44 13 140 251 244 81 33 99 30 134 31 94 400 181 35 221/4 53% 33% 11% 32 '/2 39% 84 '/2 17V2 12V2 19% 49V4 47 94 '/4 44% 34% 47 16Va 69Va 56 177« 25 30V4 21% 44V2 42% 9OV4 27 29% SOVi 43% 6% 54 44 73'/2 87 43% 44% 26 52'/« 57 5% 41 14% 33% 21% 53V4 33V4 llVa 32V4 39V4 83% 17 '/4 I2V4 19 48% 66 93% 43% 34% 46'/. 16Va 48V4 55V8 14% 24V2 29% 20 '/2 43% 41% 89V4 24V2 29V'a 79V2 42V4 4V4 55% 45V4 72 '/2 84% 43% 45 '/2 25% 52Vi 5M. 5 '/4 38% 15% 34% + 7/a 22 — 1/4 53V4 — % 33% 11% + % 32V4 — Va 391/4 + 1/4 B4V2 +1 17V2 12 '/2 + VB 19 — Va 69 — VB 66V2 — VB 94V4 + % 44% +1% 34% — Vi 61/a — IVa 14V'a — VB 68V4 — % 55V. —1 17 — VB 24% + % 297i — % 21 — VB 44% — Va 42V4 — 1/4 90Vi +IV4 27 + % 29% + 1/4 791/2 — IVa 42% — % 4i ,i— Vs 55% 65% 72% — % 86% + % 43% + % 44 + VB 25% — VB S2V4 + Vi 57 + a/a 5V4 .... 393 /4 —1% I6V4 + 1/4 CHICAGO (AP) - Tuesday: Prev Open High Low Close Close WHEAT Dec — 1.47V* 1 .483/ b 1.44 ',2 1.48 1.44% Mar ...1.48 1.49 1.47Va 1.483 /4 1.47% May ... 1.47 1.47% 1.44'/s 1.47% 1.46% Jul ....1.39 1.393/al .38i /8l .39V8l .38% Se P. 1.40% 1.40 CORN Dec Mar May Jul Sep Dec Mar OATS Dec Mar May Jul Sep ..1 .12% 1.13V4 1.123 /4 1.131 /4 1.123 /4 ...1 .173 /4 ).18V» 1.17% 1.18 . 1.71/2 ...20 3 /4 l.21 I .2OV2 1.21 1.20V2 ..1.22% 1.23 1.22% 1.23 1.22% ..1.23V4 1 .23V2 1.227/. 1.23V2 1.23Va ..I .2IV2 1.21% 1.21% 1.21% 1.21V2 1.25% 1.24V. 1.25% 1,26V. 1.257. ..49% ..483/4 ..47V2 ..44 '/4 ,.47% .70V2 .49V. .473 /4 .44% .47% .4934 .70'/a .70 .68% .49V. .68% .67 '/2 .473 /4 .471/2 .46 '/4 .441 /4 .44 '/4 .67% 8.67% b .67V2 Disco Grwth Stock Fst Mult Fst Nat Fst Sierr Fnd Gth Founders Grwth Incom Mutal Specl Foursq Franklin DNTC Grwth Utils Incom US FdF 7.44 8.18 10.48 11.48 9.83 10.77 9.40 9.55 7.37 8.05 5.93 6.50 4.88 5.33 Group: 16.81 18.37 13.4014.86 8.76 9.57 11.82 12.92 10.31 11.27 Group: 9.31 10.20 6.62 7.25 5.48 4.22 2.13 2.33 Gov 10.4711,47 Dep 10.6410.44 Com St 10.4710.47 Security Funds: Equty 3.83 4.20 Invest 8.33 9.13 Ultra 8.74 9.60 Selected Funds: Sel Am 10.31 11.27 Sel Opp 15.7417.21 Sel Spl 14.5918.14 Sent Gth 8.98 9.76 Sentry F 14.67 15.95 Sham Fd 12.1012.10 Shareholders Gp: Cmstk 4.45 4.86 Entrp 6.77 7.40 Fletr C Flet Fd Harbr Pace Shear Ap 6.22 5.46 8.65 9.45 9.73 10.63 30.33 33.15 SOYBEANS T-U Nov ...3.O8V4 3.09 3.07 3.08 3.07V 4 Jan ... 3.IIV2 3.12 3.10 3.11'A 3 .103 /4 Mar ...3.15 3.16Va 3 .14V. 3 .15'/. 3 .143 /4 May .. .3.18V4 3.19V. 3.17V. 3 .18% 3 .173/ 4 Jul ....3.19 3.19% 3.18 3 .19 3 .I8V2 Aug ...3.13V2 3.14% 3.13 3.14V2 3 .13V2 Sep ...2.96V4 2 .97% 2 .94 2 .97'/i 2 .96V4 SOYBEAN OIL Oct 12.33 12.36 12.18 12.25 12.36 Nov ...12.20 12.22 12.10 12.15 12.22 Dec 12.02 12.07 11.95 12.04 12.05 Jan 11.95 11.94 11.88 al.95 11.96 Mar ...11.81 11.85 11.77 11.79 1.83 Aua ..11.51 11.55 11.50 11.50 11.52 SOYBEAN MEAL Fund Inc Grp Comm 9.8710.79 Impac 8.61 9.41 Ind Trd 13.3614.60 Pilot 8.04 8.79 Fnd Am 8.61 9.44 Gatewy 10.1410,96 GE S & S 30.14 Gen Sec 9.45 9.45 Gibraltr 7.25 7.32 Group Sec: Apex 8.58 9.38 Balan 8.95 9.79 Com St 12.9414.11 80.20 80.85 81.60 82.40 35 10 279 23% 347/. 21% 23 341 /j 20% 23V4 + Vs 34V2 — 1/4 21'/. + Va Oct Nov Dec Jan Mar May Jul Aug Sep ICED Oct Nov Dec Jan 26.35 26.55 24.20 24, b— Bid; a—Asked; n—Nominal. 79.00 79.40 78.90 .79.40 79.85 79.5 80.45 80.45 79.95 81.10 81.50 82.40 83.10 82.70 79.50 80.40 ....81.10 ....81.85 82.50 ... 80.00 . ..79.50 BROILERS 25.15 25.47 ....25.10 25.40 25.70 25.95 79.00 79.35 80.15 80.30 79.30 79.70 80.40 80.70 81.40 aBl.OO 81.95 81.70 82.90 82.40 81.90 882.50 81.85 79.50 a79.75 870.50 25.05 25.05 25.45 25.47 25.40 25.95 25.25 25.20 25.80 26.40 The Kansas City Town House 7th and State Kansas City, Kan. (913)321-6600 Bible Teach-ins! McPherson—Park School Auditorium TONIGHT—Oct. 6—7:30 p.m. Central and Bethany Colleges Youth Group* Singing Great Bend—Knights of Columbus Hall Thursday--Oct. 7—7:30 p.m. Garfield—Lutheran Church Friday—Oct. 8—7:30 p.m. Youth Groups Singing Kvangtlitto: Rev. Rodney Lenten and Mr. H. tmtvr, Valley Parks, Mo. GrthFd A Grth Ind Guard M Hamilton: Fd HFI Grwth Incom H&C Fd H8.C Lev Hedb Gor Hedge Herifge Hor Man ICM Finl ISI Group: Grwth 4 .11 4.49 Incom 4 .11 4.49 Trus sh 12.11 13.23 Trus un 3.26 8.78 9.60 21.23 21.23 26.67 26.67 4.77 5.21 7.93 8.66 4.14 6.71 14.1914.19 11.5911.59 8.22 8.22 11.5912.70 2.41 2.64 14.58 17.27 8.30 9.10 Shear Inv 11.5912.47 Sherm D 14.9414.94 Side Fd 10.0411.00 Sigma Funds: Capit 9.3310.20 Invest 11.5712.64 Trust 9.01 9.85 Smith B Sw Invs Swln Gt 10.9410.94 9.17 9.24 7.68 8.30 Sover Inv 73.39 14.46 Spectra StFrm Gt State St Steadman Am Ind Asso F Fiduc Stein Roe Balan Cap O Stock Supervisd Grwth Sumit Tech Sync Gth unavail 4.74 4.74 48.23 48.48 Funds: 4.18 4.58 1.31 1.44 7.49 8.21 Fds: 21.01 21.01 9.89 9.89 14.87 14.87 Inv: 7.65 8.38 71.3912.48 7.71 8.40 9.6410.56 MOSTLY CLEAR is the weatherman's prediction. Forecasts Elsewhere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Pr TMR App 13.8315.11 Teacher 10.4511.09 Technicl Temp Gt Towr Cap Trns Cap Trav Eq Tudr Hed TwnC Gt TwnC Inc USAA Gt Unif Aluf Unifund Union Svc Broad Nat Inv U Cap Whteh 2.84 3.10 24.95 27.28 J.71 4.24 8.06 8.06 10.9311.98 72.74 12.74 3.18 3.48 4.04 4.43 10.88 10.88 70.7411.74 71.2312.27 Grp: 15.01 16.40 8.54 9.34 11.9613.07 13.5914.85 United Funds Accm 7.67 8.41 Con Gr 12.90el4.l4 Con Inc 11.78 12.91 Incom 14.1015.45 Scien 8.15 8. FdCan 7.52 8.22 Value Lo3cz4unlzOO Wincp Fd 5.74 6.27 Winfield Wise Fd | Worth Imp Cap 10.3211.28 1 Zeigier Local Stocks 4.34 4.77 6.74 7.37 3.06 3.04 10.1911.14 Drummer Boy Hesston Medicalodges J7" Nat'l Inv. Co., Inc. Amer. Bid Asked •/. 75% 2% 1/2 15'/. 21 /4 3i /4 8 & Dev. Inv. Life Ins j Vi Tuesday Close Bid Asked 40 40 13/14 1 . 2% 1 3/16 70 4% 75 1V 4 1% Aircraft Inst. Air rAldwest International Plastics 2V4 Mobile Components .... 15/16 Taco Tico 40 Tomllnson Oil 4'/* Variant Corp. 40 Agrl. Indus. & Dev 1 1/16 Hl-Plalns Enterprise 7 9/16 Local Markets •TRUCK WHEAT-1.25 BRAN-2.85 SHORTS—2.90 WICHITA TRUCK WHEAT-1.27 •Board of Trad* quotation, not n sarily elevator price. Albany, cldy Albu'que, cldy Amarillo, clear Anchorage, cldy Asheville, cldy Atlanta, clear Birmingham, cldy Bismarck, clear Boise, clear Boston, clear Buffalo, cldy Charleston, clear Charlotte, clear Chicago, clear Cincinnati, cldy Cleveland, clear Denver, clear Des Moines, clear Detroit, clear Dulufh, cldy Fairbanks, M Fort Worth, cldy Green Bay, cldy Helena, cldy Honolulu, clear Houston, cldy Ind'apolis, clear Jacks'vllle, clear Juneau, M Kansas City, clear Little Rock, cldy Los Angeles, clear Louisville, cldy Marquette, rain Memphis, cldy Miami, clear Milwaukee, cldy Mpls-St.P., clear New Orleans, New York, cldy Okla. City, clear Omaha, clear Philad'phla, cldy Phoenix, clear Pittsburgh, cldy Ptland, Me., cldy Ptland, Ore., clear Rapid City, cldy Richmond, cldy St. Louis, clear Salt Lake, clear San Diego, clear San Fran., clear Seattle, • cldy Spokane, clear Tampa, clear Washington, cldy CANADIAN CITIES: Edmonton, M Montreal, M Toronto, M Winnipeg, M 44 54 72 49 70 38 82 86 86 70 71 63 54 73 55 83 70 82 44 49 50 78 50 .03 .03 .04 .14 74 70 74 72 58 M 74 40 45 49 42 87 73 82 73 75 49 89 44 M M 78 50 81 41 94 4? 80 55 43 50 83 47 84 81 47 47 47 51 clear 87 68 70 42 78 52 73 5? 72 44 92 71 77 52 58 39 77 53 73 46 73 40 75 52 41 42 85 42 13 59 72 57 72 49 89 74 73 65 .19 .05 NEBRASKA — Clear to partly cloudy Wednesday. Not as warm east Wednesday. Highs in low lo mid 70s east and 75 to 80 central. Mostly clear central, partly cloudy east Wednesday night. Lows in upper 30s to mid 40s. Generally fair Thursday. Warmer with highs around 80 east and in 80s west. MISSOURI — Fair with only minor temperature changes through Thursday. Low Wednesday night 45 to 55. High Wednesday In the 70s. High Thursday In the upper 70s to low 80s. OKLAHOMA — Fair to partly cloudy and mild through Thursday. Low Wednesday night mid 40s' panhandle to upper 50s south. High Wednesday and Thursday In the 80s. Zones 2 and 3 — Mostly fair with cool nights and mild daytime temperatures through Wednesday night. North to northwest winds 5 to 15 miles per hour. High Wednesday in the upper 70s. Low Wednesday night in the upper 40s. Zones 9 and 10 — Continued generally fair with little change i n temperatures through Wednesday night. Northwesterly winds 5 to 75 mph Wednesday. Low Wednesday night around 50. High Wednesday near 80. M—Mining, T—Tract Hourly Temps, Tim* ) a.m. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 71 72 noon Tamp. .... 59 .... 58 .... 57 .... J5 .... 53 .... 53 ... 52 ... 52 ... 54 ... 62 ... 66 ... 71 Tint* I p.m. 2 3 4 5 6 7 I 9 10 11 12 midnight. Tamp. .... 74 .... 78 .... 7» .... 80 .... 80 .... 80 .... U .... 7» .... 75 ... 73 ... 70 41 The Hutchinson News MO 2-3311 The Associated Press is entitled to the use by reproduction of all 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 Manager 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: Louts* Fooshee, classified manager, ' Business: James Drake, manager. Art Fabrlilus, office manager. Production: Robert Nlcklln, Ray Gordon, composing room foremen. R. C. Robinson, D. E. Mangels, press room foremen. N 231 MEMBER OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION Single copy 10c, Sunday 20e. Rural Mall In stata of Kansas, on* year S27.Hr six months $14.94) on* month $2.51. Elsewhere by mall, en* year $30.00; •lx month* SIMOJ on* month »3.0». Price Includes postage and applicable Mies tax. Second class postage paid at Nvlciilar •on, Kansas 67501.

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