The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 7, 1971 · Page 22
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Flurry of Buying Sends Stock Market High er NEW YORK (AP) - A flurry of buying sent the stock market sharply higher in late trading Wednesday after the White House had set the time for President Nixon's address on Phase 2 of his economic gram. pro- 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: Eckerd Jk 627,100 24% D 1% Va ElPow 216,400 19 '/i U V-i Am T&T 176,500 45 Chrysler 153,800 31% U V/» Sony Corp 141,200 17 Holiday I 127,900 44% Arlen Rlty 126,600 16% U % Okla GE 101,200 23% U ' i RCA 99,400 37 Polaroid 97,200 %'i U VA Pan Am 95,400 10% Cont Data 93,200 47 U Vt Rapid Am 92,600 Wh U 1 Cen 111 Psvc 90,100 18% U % • • • Stock market prices had drifted most of the session and analysts said investors were staying on the sidelines until the details of Phase 2 were made public. But after the announcement that Nixon would make his economic speech Thursday night, traders returned to the market in large number. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks raced ahead in the final hour of trading to close up 9.41 points at 900.56. Advances outnumbered declines 967 to 432 among the 1,700 Big Board issues traded, while gainers led losers 537 to 352 among 1,157 issues traded on the American Stock Exchange. Big Board volume rose to 15.6 million shares from Tuesday's level of 12.37 million shares. On the Amex, 4.03 million shares changed hands, compared with 3.32 million shares Tuesday. The New York Stock Exchange index of more than 1,300 common stocks climbed .41 to 55.15. The Amex price- change index added .12 to 25.68. The Associated Press 60-stock average rose 2.3 to 327.7 with industrials up 4.3, rails ahead .5 and utilities up 1.2. Eckerd Corp. topped the Big Board active list, closing down 1% at 24 on 627,100 shares. Averages TREND OF STAPLE PRICES NEW YORK (AP) — The Associated Press weighted wholesale price Index of 35 commodities declined to 188.22 Previous Day 188.31, Week Ago 187 .95, Month Ago 187.61, Year Ago 191.94. 1971 1970 196 9 1968 High 191 .27 19 4.34 185.80 164 .72 Lo w 184.58 18 5.35 166.29 1 (1926 average equals 100) STOCK AVERAGES Compiled by The Associated Press 30 IS 15 60 Ind. Rails Util. Slocks Wednesday ... 479.0 1 95 .2 134.1 327 .7 Prev. Day 474 .7 194.7 132 .9 325.4 Week Ago 472 .7 192 .5 1 30 .5 322 .5 Month Ago 489 .9 203 .1 136 .1 336 .4 Year Ago 412 .3 127.8 12 7.1 266.2 1971 High 505.5 203 .3 152.2 336.4 1971 Low 438.8 138.0 130.1 288.1 1970 Hiqh 444.1 143.5 145.6 290 .6 NEW YORK (API-Wednesday's selected New York Stock Exchange prices: Sales Net (hds.) High Low Close Chg. A 1970 Low 221.7 .334.3 95.8 11 3.2 BOND AVERAGES Compiled by The Associated Press 20 10 10 10 10 Rails Ind. Util. Fgn. L.Y d Net Change +.1 +.1 +.2 ... +.3 Wednesday 50.5 81.8 84.8 92.8 79.5 Prev. Day . 50 .4 81.7 84.6 92.8 Wek Ago . 50.1 81. 7 84.4 92 .8 78.6 Month Ago . 50.0 81.7 84.8 91.8 Year Ago . 50.6 77.4 79.5 18.6 19 71 High . 51.3 84.1 85.5 93 1971 Low . 48.1 79.7 82.5 88.4 197 0 High . 57.2 82.6 83.0 91.4 1970 Low . 46.7 74.1 7 5.2 87.4 79 73.9 I S 77.2 77.9 71.3 DOW JONES AVERAGES New York(AP)Flnal Dow-Jones averages STOCKS Open High Low Close Net 30 Ind 890.99 902.38 886.90 900.55 + 9.41 20 Trn 239.18 242.68 237.93 241.79 + 2.11 15 Utl 112.19 113.46 111.68 113.18+ 1.22 65 Stk 306.06 310.08 304.60 309.27 + 34)9 Transactions in stocks used in averages Indus 1,176,600 Tran 460,300 Utils 258,700 65 Stk 1,195,600 BONDS 40 Bonds 71.22—0.01 10 Higher grade rails 51.03-0.20 10 Second grade rails 64.67+0.04 10 Public Utilities 87.10+0.17 10 Industrials B2.0B—0.08 Income rails 52.85—0.05 Commodity futures Index . . 141.06+0.87 NEW YORK (AP) — Standard and Poor's 500 stock Index: High Low Close N.C 425 Industrials 110.57 108.77 110.24 +.77 20 Railroads ...46.85 46.04 46.62 +.20 55 Utilities 57.69 56.66 57.50 +.56 500 Stocks 100.13 98.49 99.82 +.71 New! 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Brunswk .12 385 323 /4 32 32 —1 Bucy Erl .20 95 30 28% 30 + % Budd Co 101 121 /j IT /2 12% - % BulovaW .60 8 21 20% 20% Bunkr Rama 542 7% 6% 7% + % Burl Ind 1 .40 61 39V2 38% 39 '/4 — 1/2 Burl No 1.1 2fl 142 56% 55 563 /4 +13 /4 Burrghs .60 329 1431/2 139% 1423,4 +3V4 c Cadence Ind 2 7% 7% 7% — Va Cal Flnanl 56 8V2 8% 8% + Va CampRU .45 27 25% 25V2 25% + 1/2 Camp Spl.lo 78 31 1/2 31 Vi 31% + Va Caro PLtl.46 169 25% 241 /2 25 + % CarrierCp .60 699 42 40% 413,4 +1 CartWal .40a 265 20V4 19V '2 20 + Vi Dan River 35 8 1 /8 7% 8 Dart Ind .30b 40 45 44 Va 45 + % DaycoCp 1.14 8 18 1 73,4 17% — % DaytnPL 1.66 22 23% 23V2 23 3 /4 Deere Co 2 2 46Vt 46 46% + 3,4 Del Mnte 1.10 46 23% 23% 23% Delta Air .50 140 46% 44V4 46% +1% DennyRst .04 377 81/2 73 /4 8% + Vi DetEdis 1.40 123 19% 19 '/2 19% + Vi Diam Sham 1 227 20 Va 19V4 20 +1 Dillon Co .80 13 233,4 23% 231 /4 - 1 /4 Disney .20 301 106% 103'/ B 105% +2% Diverslnd .36 33 8% 8% 83,4 - Va DrPepper .40 87 35 34% 35 -I- Vi DomeMns .80 71 6134 61 61% — % DowChm 1.80 83 70% 70 70% + Vi Dresslnd 1.40 49 32=,s 32 32% + ',4 Duke Pw 1.40 498 23',a 22% 23% + Vi duPont 3.75g 140 156 154 156 +2 Duq Lt 1.66 78 231 /4 23Vi 23% + % Dynam Am 45 10' a 10 10 - % East Air Lin 396 201 • 19 20% + % EasKodak la 461 8 7 V4 863 ,8 871/4 +IV2 Eaton 1.40 192 41 Vi 40% 41 '/4 + % EchllnMf .60 9 49% 49% 49% + % EG&G .10 142 24% 23 24% +2 EIPasoNG 1 76 17 163 /4 17 + % EltraCp 1.20 26 26% 26% 263,4 Emer El 1.16 42 74% 73V4 73% - 1 /4 Essexlnt 1.20 12 41 40 '/2 41 + 1/4 Ethyl Cp .84 229 24% 23 '/2 24% + % EvansP ,60b 174 51 Vs 49% 51% +1% Fairch Cam 194 38 35 37% +1% Fair Ind ,15g 222 9% 91 /4 9% + 3 ,4 Fansteel Inc 13 93 /4 9V '2 93,4 Fedders .50 218 431/2 42V4 431 /4 + % FedDeptStr 1 107 461 /4 45% 45% + % Filtrol 1.40 5 21% 21% 21% Firestne 1.60 58 55% 55% 55% - % Firestone wl 2 28% 28 28 - % Fst Chart 143 29% 28% 29V4 + 1 /4 Flintkote 1 27 30 '/2 30% 30% Fla Pow 1.68 40 43V4 423 /4 43% + % FlaPwLt 2.12 77 643/4 633 /4 6 *3 ,4 + 3 ,4 FMC Cp .85 239 29% 29% 29% + % Food Fair .90 25 15% 15% 153 /4 - % Ford M 2.60 321 71'/a 70% 71% +l '/4 ForMcKs .80 355 241 /2 231/4 24% +1% =reepMin .80 151 21 20% 21 + 1 /4 5V» 5Vi 5 5 Fruehf 1.70 38 36 '/8 35V4 36% + 3/ 4 G GAC Cp .40p 152 14 13% I33.4 + % What is a compact bank? Grant W 1.50 Grt A&P 1.30 Gt West Finl GtWnUnit .90 Grn Giant .96 Greyhound 1 GrumwmnCp Gulf Oil 1.50 GlfStUtil 1.04 GulfWn .60 GlfWnlnd v/t Halliburt 1.05 Harris Int 1 HeclaM .50f Hercules .75g Heublein .55 Hew Pack .20 HoernWal .90 Hoff Eleclrn Holidylnn .25 HollySug .30p Homestke .40 Honywll 1.30 HousehF 1.20 HousLP 1.32 Howmet .70 IdahoPw 1.70 Ideal Bas .60 III Cent 1.14 Imprl Cp Am INACp 1.40 Inger Rand 2 Inland Stl 2 Intrlklnc 1.80 IBM 5.20 Int Harv 1.40 IntMiner .05g Int Nickel 1 Int Pap 1.50 lntT8,T 1.15 Iowa Beef lowaPSv 1.40 Itek Corp , Jewel Co 1.60 JohnMan 1.20 JohnJoh .40a JonLogn .80 JonLaug .50g Jostens .70 Joy Mfg 1.40 151 19 '/2 18% 19% + 1 /4 Shell Oil 2 .40 139 46V4 45% 46% +1% 19 43 '/2 43Vi 43% + Vs Shell Tr .85g 1 341/2 34 '/2 341/j — V4 51 59'/ 2 59 59 — Vi SherwWm 2 11 46% 46% 46% 25 213.4 21 1 /4 21 Vi — Va Signal Co .60 190 16V4 15% 16% + Va 695 633,4 61% 633 .4 + 1% SingerCo 2 .40 65 69 68V4 683 /4 + Vi 361 34% 341 /4 34% + % Smith KF 2 66 55 Va 54% 55% 192 35% 35 35% Sony Corp 1412 171/s 16% 17 364 84% 83% 84% + 1/2 SCarEG 1.33 44 24% 24% 24% 230 23V4 23 23Vi SouCalE 1.50 278 30% 29% 30% + 3 ,4 554 311 /4 30% 31 1 /4 +1 South Co 1.26 219 21 '/4 20% 21% + Vi 131 27 26V4 2/ SouNGas 1.40 72 44% 43V4 44 — % 51 293,4 291 /2 293 .4 + 1/4 Southn Pac 2 179 43V2' 42 43V2 +1V4 143 53 52% 53 + 1 /4 SouthrnRy 3a 52 911 ,4 90 Vi 91'A + 1 71 46% 45% 46 — 1/2 SperrR .55g 282 27= B 26% 271 /2 + 1 /2 20 83 82 83 + 3 /4 SuqareD .80a Squibb 1.50 155 293 .4 291 .4 29% + i ,4 206 413 ,4 40% 41% +IV4 SuqareD .80a Squibb 1.50 177 80 78V a 80 ',2 3706 103 /4 8% 10% +2 StBrands 1.60 37 43 421 -4 421 /2 — vi 44 16 153 ,4 15% — Va Std Kollsman 20 6V4 6% 6% — % 154 333% 32 33% + % StOilCal 2.80 448 56V4 55'a 56V4 + Vi 471 33% 32% 33% •!- % StOillnd 2.30 134 66 654s 66 + Vi 220 313 ,4 31 Vi 31 Va + ',4 StOilNJ 2 .75g 396 72% 71% 72% — 3.4 83 62 61 1 /4 62 + Vi StdOIIOh 2.70 46 873,4 86V2 873/4 + 1% 202 21% 20% 21% +lVa Stauf Ch 1.80 194 44 43% 44 + 1.4 187 29 '/2 29 29Vi + V4 SterlDrug .80 95 46% 46% 46% + % 32 24% 233 ,4 24% + 1/2 StevensJ 1.50 StudWor 1.20 22 26V4 25% 26'i + % 7 19V4 19 19V4 + % StevensJ 1.50 StudWor 1.20 16 523 ,4 52 Vi 52% + Va 269 23% 223 ,4 23 '/4 — % SunOil lb 27 5714 57 57Vi + V4 52 1 73/4 1 7V a 17% — SurvyFd .23g 39 5% 5V4 5% 487 27% 27 273 8 SwIttCo .70 251 403 /4 39 '/2 40% + % 330 21% 21 Vs 21 Vi —'3 ,4 Systron Donn 66 171 /4 16% 17V4 +1 149 121 27% 9V-a H-I-J 63 25 176 22 268 171 1 38 1279 18 79 67 '/2 59'/2 14% 52 '/2 45% 46% 24% 13% 44 V4 13% 233/4 271.8 66% 58 14 52% 44'/. 45% 241/2 13 433/4 133,'a 22% 27% + Va 9Va + % 67'i +1 59V4 +1 143 ,8 + Va 52V4 45% +IV2 46 + Vi 241/2 13Vi + Va 44Vi 13% + 1/4 23Va + Vi Investing Co's. NEW YORK (AP -The following quo- •ations, supplied by me National Assoc!- ition of Securities Dealers, Inc., are the prices at which these securities :ould have been sold (bid) or bought (asked) Wednesday, Bid Ask T-U 61 110% 1091/a 1103 /4 + 3/4 97 109 15 12 83 28 285 137 74 61 8 53% 44Vi 14 333 /4 17% 37% I6V2 523,4 58 30% 27% 53 43 '/2 13% 33 '/2 17 '/2 37V4 16 52 Vi 573,4 30 26% 53% — % 44% + 1/2 133/4 331/2 — % 17% 37V4 + Va I6V2 + 1/2 52% — Va 57% + Va 30% + % 27% + Vi 496 309 305% 309 +IV4 72 28% 421 318 266 7B1 66 5 163 12 387 134 6 29 5 14 20% 3IV4 333,4 57'. a 26V a 20 ''2 41V4 58 39% 90 '/2 581 /j 15V '2 27% 583/a 28 '/2 19% 30% 33'4 56 ',2 25'. a 20'4 3834 57% 39 Vi 89% 53V '4 15V4 27% 57 ',2 28% + Va 19% — Va 31 '4 33% 57% 26% 20Va 41 57% 39 ','2 90% 58V2 15' 2 + 1/4 + Va + % + 1 + Va + 1% + 1 /4 Tampa El .80 148 24 23 24 .+ 3 ,4 Tektronix 22 34 '/2 34 34 — Vi Teledyne .63f 196 21% 21 21% + % lelex Cp 731 13% 12% 13Va + % Tenneco 1.32 311 25 24V4 241 /2 — V4 Texaco 1.60 590 32 31% 31% + Va TexETrn 1.52 146 41% 41% 41% ... Tex G Sul .60 227 14% 14 '/2 14% + Vi Texaslnst .80 102 109% 106% 1091 /2 +2'/a TexPLd .50g 19 17 16% 17 Textron .90 132 31 1/2 30% 31 1/2 + 1/2 Thiokol .40 257 14% 13% 14% + 1/2 Thrift Dr .70 12 23% 23 '/2 23% — V4 TimesMir .50 37 47V4 46% 47V4 + % Timken 1.80 58 43 42% 43 + % Todd Ship .80 16 18 17% 18 + Vi Trans W Air 483 31% 30% 31% +1 Transmra .55 313 19V4 I8V2 19 + 1/4 TrICont 1.77g 54 291/8 28% 29% + 1/2 TRW Inc la 326 34% 34 34% — % Twent Cent 137 10 91/2 9% + V4 UAL Inc 353 41 1/2 40 '/2 41 Vi + % UMC Ind .72 10 21 1/4 21 21 1/4 + Va Un Carbide 2 808 44% 43% 44% +1% Un Elec 1.28 124 19% 181/2 19 + % UnOilCal 1.60 130 333 /4 33 33 '/2 + 1/4 Un Pac Cp 2 39 593.4 59% 591/4 — 3/4 Uniroyal .70 156 21% 20% 21 — Va Unit Air 1.80 119 303,4 301/2 303 /4 + 1/4 UnBrands .30 47 12% 12 1/2 12% + 1/4 UnitCp .50g 29 8 '/4 8% 8'/a Unit MM 1.30 51 30'/i 30 30V4 + Vi US Gypsm 3 24 71 70 71 + % US Indust .60 72 26% 26'i 26% + Vi US PlyCh .84 463 34% 33V '2 33% + Vi US Smelt 1 65 233 ,4 223,4 23% . US Steel 1.60 228 31 Vi 30 31 Vi +1 Univ Oil .20p 180 15'4 14-% 15% + % UnivCptr .87f 334 24% 22% 24V -2 +1% Upjohn 1.60 22 67 66% 66 -3 ,4 — Vi <\GE Fnd Hberdn Admiralty Grwth Incom Insur Hdvisrs Aetna F Affiliatd Afuturo F AIIAm Fd Allstate Alpha Amcap Am Bus 5.42 5.53 2.34 2.56 Funds: 7.50 8.22 4.58 5.02 10.48 11.48 5.51 6.02 10.71 11.70 7.22 7.81 11.72 11.72 .85 .93 11.72 12.60 13.2614.49 6.50 7.10 3.31 3.58 Am Diver 10.9711.99 Am Eqity 5 .60 6.14 Amer Express: Caplt Incme Invest Sped Stock Am Grth Am Inv Am Mull AmN Gth Anchor Group: Caplt 8.71 9.55 Grwth 12.0513.21 Incme 8.15 8.93 Fd Inv 9.42 10.32 Vent 47.00 51.51 Astron 4.79 5.23 Axe Houghton: 9.13 9.98 9.34 10.21 8.98 9.81 9.15 .. 9.04 9.88 6.90 7.54 5.76 5.76 9.52 10.40 3.63 3.97 V-W-X-Y-Z 27% + V4 571/i — I '/B It's where you get auto financing at compact rates. COM Pi —BANK NORTH NATIONAL K-L-M KaisAlum .50 45 24 23V2 23% + Va Kan GE 1 .44 71 243.4 23% 24% + % KanPL't 1.38 3 26 25% 25% + Va Katy Ind 48 11 10 '/4 10% — Va Ka'yserRo .60 36 22V4 22 22 — Vi Kennecott 2 378 28 27% 28 + Va KerrMcG .60 99 44 42% 44 +1% KimbClk 1.20 95 29% 29% 29V2 + V4 Knght N .50g 4 68 67V '2 68 + 1/4 Koppers 1.60 14 34 33% 34 + Vi Kraftco 1.70 129 42% 41 Vi 42V4 + % KresgeSS .50 91 97 95% 96% + V4 Kroger 1.30 174 32 31 % 32 + '/2 LearSieg .20 70 HVi 11 11 LehPCem .40 24 16 153 /4 153 /4 LehVal Ind 29 41/4 4% 4V4 Lehmn 1.32g 73 163/4 16% 16% . Levitz Furn 134 94V4 90 94% +3'/4 LIbbOFd 2 66 53% 52 % 53% + % LibbMcNL 18 8 7% 7% —'/a LiggtMy 2 .50 26 51 50% 50% — % Ling Tern Vt 183 12% 11 V4 11% + 1/4 Littonlnd .501 365 26% 25V2 263/a + Vi Lockheed Air 71 9% 9% 93 ,4 + Va Loews Corp 1 35 49% 48% 49% + Va LoneStarln 1 37 24% 24% 243 ,4 + Vb LoneSGa 1.36 151 27V2 27 27V4 + 1,4 LonglsLt 1.38 34 223 /4 22V2 22% — Va Lucky Str 348 22% 21% 22% + Va LuVensStl .80 12 I8V2 18 I8V2 + Vi LVO Corp 53 5% 5i/2 53 ,4 Lykes Yngst 136 8% 8 V4 8% + V4 Macke Co .30 65 12 11% 12 + % Macy RH 1 66 451 /8 443 ,4 45 + V4 MadFd 1.05g 80 15V'a 14% 15 + Va Magnvox 1.20 520 51 '/2 50% 51 1/2 + % Marath 1.60 326 343/4 34% 34% + V4 Marcor .80 107 32% 32 32% — % Mar Mid 1.70 133 32% 32% 32% + Va MartinM 1.10 245 21 20% 20?4 + % MayDStr 1.60 95 48% 48% 48 Vi + Vi Maytag 1.10a 21 38 1/2 37% 38V2 + Vt McDonD .40b 100 30 293/8 293 /4 , McGrwH .60 87 19 18% 19 Mead Corp 1 162 17'/i 17% 17V4 — Vi Melv Sho .80 60 551 /4 54V '2 54% — Va Memorex Cp 344 36 33% 36 +2 Mivck 2.20 179 114 '/4 112% 114% +1% MGM 13 213 /4 21 213 /4 + 1/2 Microdot .30g 33 17% 17 17% ... . MidSUtil 1.02 615 23 22 '/2. 223 /4 — I/B MinnMM 1.85 85 1 2534 125 125% — % MinnPLt 1.30 9 21 20% 21 , .,, MobilOil 2 .60 283 49% 49 49V4 — Va Mohas 1.10 143 34% 331 /4 34V2 +1 Monsant 1.80 309 521/2 51 1/2 52% + % MontDUt 1 .88 6 31 1/2 31 Vs 31 Va — % MontPw 1.68 17 29 28% 29 + % MorNor .80 89 25 24% 24V -2 — % Motorola .60 80 793/4 77 79% +2 '/2 MtFuel S 1.80 1 39% 39% 39% MtStaTT 1.36 11 22% 22% 22% + % Varlan Assoc VendoCo .30p VaEIPw 1.12 WachCp 1.20 WarLam 1.30 WashWP 1.36 WstnAir 2.19f Wn Banc 1.30 WnUnlon 1.40 Westg El 1.80 Weyerhs .80 Whirl Cp 1.60 White Motor Whittaker Williams Co WinnDx 1.74 Woolwth 1.20 Xerox Cp .80 Zale Corp .64 Zenith R 1.40 74 14 '/2 14'4 14',i 22 11% 11% 11% — % 2164 19% 19 19'/j + Vi 1 60'/4 60% 601/4 + 1/4 147 75% 74% 743/4 — Vi 25 211/a 20% 20% — Va 135 33 31% 33 +l'/a 91 33 32% 323 /4 — VB 178 44 43% 44 + % 351 97 95V4 97 + 1/2 303 51 Vi 50 '/2 51% + % 120 95% 95 95 Vi + Vi 306 26 '/2 26% 26'i + Vi 618 ll'/i 10% ll '/2 + % 139 47 45% 47 +1% 30 46V4 45% 46V4 + Vi 263 50% 50',-i 50'/i + Va 344 116% 115% 116 — Vi 156 42V4 41% 42 + Vi 43 47% 47V6 47Vi —IV4 Copyrighted by The Associated Press 1971 American Exchange NEW YORK (API-Wednesday's selected American Stock Exchange prices: Sales Net (hds.) High Low Close Chg Fnd A Fnd B Stock Scien Babson Bayrk Fd Bayrk Gr Beacn Hil Beacn In Berg Ken Berk Gth Bondstk Bost Fdn Brwn Fd 5.83 6.34 8.11 8.82 6.20 6.78 4.78 5.20 9.53 9.53 unavail unavail 11.1611.16 13.8913.89 10.03 10.03 6.02 6.58 6.75 7.38 11.29 12.34 3.96 4.33 Bullock Calvin: Bullr.k Candn Divid NatW S NY Vnt Burnh Fd Bus Mgt :G Fund lapam Capit Gth :apit Sh ap Trin 15.37 16.83 19.30 21.14 3.79 4.15 10.31 11.29 11.90 13.03 12.29 12.29 7.31 8.01 10.3011.14 1 Net 7.90 8.66 I Nel Stock Select Var Py Inv Resh Istel Ivy J Hanck Johnstn Keystone Apollo Cus B1 Cus Cus Cus Cus Cus Cus Cus Cus Polar Knlckb Knick Gt Lenox Fd Lex Grth Lex Rsh Librty Fd Life Stk Life Inv Line Nat Ling B2 B4 Kl K2 SI S2 S3 S4 Loomls Sayles: 19.83 21 .55 9.37 10.07 7.99 8.68 5.32 5.81 22.24 22.93 8.51 8.51 8.00 8.70 24.17 24.17 Funds: 11.81 12.84 19.0619.94 19.94 21.86 8.74 9.58 8.12 8.89 5.96 6.46 20.08 22.00 10.78 11.81 8.61 9.43 5.36 5.89 4.47 4.89 7.48 8.14 9.78 10.71 6.87 7.50 10.82 11.83 16.83 18.39 6.74 7.37 6.08 6.64 8.66 9.47 11.55 12.62 4.92 .... Canad Capit Mut Lord Abt Luth Bro Magna In Manhtn Mkt Gth 27.64 27.64 12.27 12.27 15.10 15.10 11.04 11.96 13.07 8.86 9.68 5.37 5.87 6.40 6.40 Massachusett Co: Freed 8.46 9.27 Indep 7.03 7.70 Mass 11.5812.69 Mass Financl MIT MIG MID Mates Mathers Mid AM Moody Moody's MIF Fd MIF Gth 14.33 15.54 12.93 14.13 15.10 16.50 3.90 3.90 13.83 13.83 5.74 6.27 12.4012.40 12.77 12.77 8.89 9.61 5.75 6.22 MuUS Gv 10.41 10.57 M OmaG 6 .32 6.87 M Omahl Mut Shrs Mut Trst NEA Mut Nat Ind Nat Secur Balan Bond Divid Grwth Pf Stk Incom Stock Grth Side 3.64 6.76 13.5414.80 Centry Sh 14.41 15.75 Channing Funds: NO 601 East 30th / 663-1201 / Hutchinson U.S. GOOD GRADED BY THE SIDE m-7 uvuv \ji4ti4rj \j BEEF Lb. FULL OF MEAT SPARE RIBS Lb. SLICED BEEF Liver 39* - Liver 25' SLICED PORK Lb. CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS Lb. BUDGET SLICED BACON 39 Lb. BUDGET SKINLESS WIENERS 3 Lbs. $100 For Your Dog or Cat PORK 1 E* KIDNEYS I 9 Lb. LUNCH MEAT HEAD CHEESE Lb. 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Corp Westates Ptl Wilshire .14f Yates Ind Yonk Ra .80a Zim Horn ..24 1 7 43 54 21 45 67 11 4 14 61 82 96 52 34 64 32 5 2 23 30 826 9 34 10 11 16 30 68 17 11 239 38 6 3 13 148 17 32 4 2 53 97 184 36 2 9 216 48 12 52 14 19 77 136 28 140 64 83 154 7 18 380 30 96 247 82 29 64 11 25 57 23 13 50 64 9% IB'. -2 25 '/4 2 29% 25% 17% 1 Va 13 10Va 18i.a 14 7 lira 2% 3V2 22% 3 26% 7% 6 ',4 5% 4% 3Vt I6V2 SV'a 3% 8% 2 '/4 17% 10 30% 6% 26Va 3 Vs 9 9% 2V4 10V4 27% 18 6% 25 13% 12 6% 21 Va 16% 1% 3% 4 15% 3 7 12V2 3% 17% 16% 6% 5V4 17% I8V2 69% 14% 91 35% 3% 26 '/2 6% 6% 5% 4% 5% 8% 31% 21 9?8 18 1.4 24% 1% 28% 25% 16% 1 -3,8 12% 9% 17% 13% 6% 11 Va 2% 31,4 22 Va 2% 26% 7% 6% 5% 41/4 3V8 I6V4 5 3% 8% 8 13-16+1-16 9% + Va I8V2 + Va 24% — % 2 + Va 29 + Va 25% + Va 17% + 1,2 1% 13 + Va 9% 18 14 + % 6%—1-16 11% — Vi 2% — Va 3Vi 22VB — % 2% — Vs 26% — Va 7% — VB 6VB — Va 5% + Va 4% — Va 3Va 16% —'1 /4 5 — Va 3% Balan Com St Grwth Incom Sped Chase Gr Capit Fund Front Shrhld Specl Chemicl Colonial: Equty Fund Grwth Incom Vent Colu Grth ComS Bd Cwlth AB Cwith C Comp As Comp Cp Comp Bd Comp Fd Concord Cons Inv Constel G Cont Mut Cont Gth Corp Ldr Ctry Cap Cm WDiv Crn WDal ieVegh 12.09 13.21 1.75 1.91 6.02 6.59 7.73 8 .45 2.01 2.20 Bos: 8.18 8.94 10.65 11.64 93.18 12.11 13.23 10.42 11.39 18.89 20.64 4.36 4.77 11.11 12.14 6.53 7.14 9.96 10.89 5.33 5.83 14.7714.77 unavail 1.37 1 .48 1.71 1.85 7.52 8.24 7.07 7.75 9.48 10.30 9.99 10.86 11.32 11.32 11.62 11.87 6.09 6.66 8.78 8.78 10.67 10.78 16.14 17.67 14.05 15.18 6.14 6.71 7.29 7.93 72.57 72.57 3.95 Neuw Cet 7.41 1 Neuw Fd New Wld Newton Nich Strg Noreast Oceangr Omega 100 Fund 101 Fund Delaware Group: 10.98 11.93 16.83 16.83 2.00 2.00 10.61 10.83 11.44 11 .44 Ser: 10.83 11.84 5.06 5.53 4.39 4.80 9.60 10.49 7.35 8.03 5.49 6.00 8.05 8.80 10.01 10.88 16.62 18.07 6.87 7.43 11.7012.81 13.1614.38 16.19 67.70 18.2918.29 15.30 15.30 7.55 7.55 7.10 7.22 14.7516.12 9.53 10.42 One WmS 16.41 16.41 ONeill Oppenh Opp AIM OTC Sec Param M Paul Rvr Penn Sq Pa Mut Phlla Pilgrim Pine St Pion Ent Pion Fnd Plan Inv Pligrth 13.1613.16 8.88 9.70 13.08 14.30 10.71 11.64 8.99 9.83 8.47 9.26 8.13 8.13 4.47 4.47 15.22 16.68 10.54 11.51 11.60 11 .60 8.10 8.85 11.63 12.71 11.77 12.86 13.54 14.79 Soybeans Up V/i Cents CHICAGO (AP) - Heavy buying of soybean futures, largely on expectations that the longshoremen's strike will end, sent prices upward by 3 '/3 cents a bushel on the Chicago Board of Trade Wednesday. There was some slacking off in the closing minutes in soybeans on profit-taking. Corn futures advanced lVfe cents a bushel while oats moved up around 1 cent. Wheat prices gained around % but fell back at the close. Opening prices in soybeans, wheat, corn and oats futures were little changed as the trade apparently was trying to guess what President Nixon would do about the longshoremen's strike on the West, East and Gulf Coast ports. At the close, soybeans were around 2V2 cents a bushel high er, November 3 .IOV4; com was up lVa cents, December 1.14%; wheat prices were irregular, December 1.48 '/2; and oats were up about 1 cent, December 71 V\ cents. Kansas City Wheat Dec. Mar. May July P.C 1.43% 1.42V4 1.40V4 1.35% Open 1.43% 1.42V4 1.40Va High 1.44V4 1.42% 1.40''a Low 1.43% 1.42V4 1.40V a Close 1.40 1.42 1.40'/B 1.35% Chicago Oats Dec. Mar. May P.C 70V4 69% 67% Close 1 .44 1 .42 1 .40% 1.35% Chicago Soybeans Page 2 The Hutchinson Newa Thursday, Oct. 7,1971 KANSAS CITY (AP) — Wheat 48 cars: unchanged to Hi higher; No. 2 hard 1.53%- 1.65V4n; No. 3 1.51%-1.64 '/4n; No. 2 red wheat 1.37%-1.49 '/4n; No. 3 1.3S%-1.4«V4n. Corn 71 cars: unchanged V/t higher; No. 2 whifa 1.12-1.17n; No. 3 1.00-1.16n; No. 2 yellow 1.10-1. 18V4; No. 3 1.02-1.17V4n. Oats no cars: nominally unch; No. 2 white .66-.75n; No. .6l-.74n. No. 2 mllo 1.7M.84n. No. 2 rye .90-.98n. No. 2 barley 1.08-1.16n. No. I soybeans 2.91%. Sacked bran 44.50-45.25. Sacked shorts 45.50-46.25. Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) Wednesday: Prev. Low Close Close Dec. Mar. May 3.08 3.11'A 3.15V4 3.10V4 3.13'/a 3.17% Price Funds Grwth 28.36 28.36 N Era 10.07 10.07 N Horiz 33.47 33.47 Pro Fund 10.80 10.80 Pro Portf 6.93 7.58 Prog Fd 5.84 6.38 Provid 5.08 5.55 Pru SIP 10.73 11.72 Funds: 9.10 9.95 2 17% 9% 30V4 6% 25 '/2 3 8% 9i/a 2'/a 9% 27% 17% 6V2 241 /4 11% 10% 6V2 20% 15% 1% 3V4 3% 15 2% 6% 11 3 Vi 16% 15% 6% 5 17 18% 68V4 14V4 89% 34% 3% 25% 6V2 6V2 5V2 41/2 5% 8V2 28V4 20 '/2 2 '/4 + 17% _ Va 9% + Va 30% + 1/4 6% + Va 26 + 1/4 3>/a + Va 8% — VB 9% + % 21 /4 + Va IOV4 + % 27% + 1/2 17% 6% + Vi 24% + 1/2 13% +1% 12 +1V4 6% 4- Vs 20% — Vi 16V4 1% 31.4 + + V + V. 3', 15 3 7 12% + 1 ,4 3V '4 17V '8 — 1/4 16% + % 6% — Ve 5 '/4 17 — Va I8V2 + 1/4 69% +11/2 14% 90% + Vs 35 '/4 + % 3% + Vi 26V2 + % 6% + Ve 6V2 5% + Va 4V '2 5% 8% + Va 31% +3% 20% + 1/4 Decat Delaw Delta Dir Cap Diver Fd Dodg Cox Drexel Dreyf Fd Dreyf Lv Eaton&Howard: 12.33 13.48 13.40 14.64 7.94 8.68 7.02 7.69 5.77 6.31 15.84 15.84 14.20 14.20 12.27 13.45 15.47 16.95 51/ 1514 28V2 53 + 1/4 + V'B + 1/4 17% — % 33 '/4 ... + + 22% 37 37 8% ... 271/4 + Vi 9 + '/a 24% + 1/2 66 + % 6OV4 + % 18% + % 5% 19 '/2 + '/2 31% + % 31 — % 6OV2 + Va 34 '/a 21% 52% 331/4 11% 32V4 39% 84V2 17% 12% 19 69 66V4 93% 34V2 - '/4 22 53 - '/4 33V2 + Ve 12% + Vs 32% + % 39% - VB 86 +IV2 17% + % 12% — '/• 19% + % »% + % 68 +lVi 94% + % Copyrighted by The Associated Press 1971 Livestock Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) — Cattle 1 ,800; calves 200; cows steady; high cutter, utility and commercial cows 2000-22.25; high dressing utility 22.40-23.00; feeder steers and steer calves good and choice 270-400 lb 38.0041.00; 200-300 lb 43.00-46.50 ; 40050 lb 35.-38.5; choice 460-490 lb 37.50-39.10; choice and prime 729 lb 34.60 ; 700-900 lb 29.5033.00; bull calves choice 275-350 lb 38.00-40.50; .350-525 lb 35.0038.00; feeder heifers and heifer calves good and choice 25-4C0 lb 34 .00-37.00; 400-650 lb 31.0034.00; 650-850 lb 28.5-31.5. Hogs 3,200; barrows and gilts steady to 25 higher; 1-2 210 lb 20.75; 231 lb 20.65; 1-3 200-250 lb 20.00-50; 190-250 lb 19.50-20.00; 2-4 250-270 lb 19.5-2.25; 1-2 185 lb 19.0; sows steady to 25 higher; 1-3 290-350 lb 17.00-50 ; 350600 lb 16.50-17.00. Sheep 100; lambs steady to weak; Instances 50 lower; ewes steady; choice and prime shorn lambs 26.25; choice wooled lambs 25.50-26.00; ewes cull to good 3.50-5.50. Estimates for tomorrow: cattle 5,000; calves 500; hogs 3 ,500; sheep 100. WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Cattle 150; cows generally steady; other slaughter classes not established; cows utility and commercial 20.00-23 .00; Hogs 1,000; barrows and gilts 25 higher; 1-2 210-230 lb 20.25; 1-3 208-240 lb 19.75-20.25; 1-3 240260 lb 19.25-75; sows steayd; 1-3 300 lb down 16.75-17.00; 1-3 300400 lb 16.00-17.00; 2 -3 400-500 lb 15.5-16.25; Sheep 20; slaughter classes steady; wooled lambs choice and prime 25.50; choice end of prime 25.00-25; ewes cull to good 3.00-5.00. DENVER (AP) — Hogs 700, barrows and gilts steady, few opening sales 25 higher; load U. S. 1-2, 210, 21 .00; U. S. 1-3, 200-240, 20.25-20.75; 2-3, 200-240, 19.75-20.25; 2-4, 240-260, 18.750.00; sows 5 lower, 1-3, 300600, 14.0-15.50. Balan Grwth Incom Specl Stock Ebrstdt Edle Spl Egret Gt Elfun Tr Emer Sec Energy Equity Equit Gth Equit Pro = D Cap =airfld Farm Bu Fidelity Bond Capit Conlfd Dstny Essex Evrst Fidel Puritn Salem Trend Financial Dyna Indust Incom Vent FstFd Va 10.11 11.05 14.03 15.23 6.43 7.03 9.81 10.72 13.99 15.29 13.90 15.19 24.57 24.57 13.29 14.45 19.53 .... 6.24 6.82 12.37 12.37 9.46 10.34 9.32 10.21 4.09 4.48 5.06 .... 10.55 11.53 10.04 10.04 Group: 9.43 .... 12.33 13.48 9.18 10.03 6.87 . 13.60 14.86 13.25 14.48 16.52 18.05 10.37 11.33 5.38 5.8B 24.65 26.94 Prog: 4.43 4.85 3.88 4.25 6.04 6.61 4.46 4 .88 11.90 62.04 Fst Investors: Disco Grwth Stock Fst Mult Fst Nat Fst Sierr Fnd Gth Founders Grwth Incom Mutal Specl Foursq 7.49 8.21 10.59 61.61 9.91 10.86 9.47 9.62 7.43 8.12 6.03 6.61 4.91 5.36 Group: 16.99 18.57 13.71 14.98 8.83 9.65 11.9913.10 10.36 11.32 Putnam Equit Georg Grwth Incom Invest Vista Voyag Revere Rinfret Sagitars Schustr Scudder Int Inv Specl Balan 15.10 16.65 10.8911.90 8.28 9.05 8.58 9.38 9.58 10.47 8.48 9.27 10.8411.85 15.54 16.00 3.46 3.46 16.50 18.06 Funds: 13.67 13.92 35.75 35.75 15.98 15.98 Com St 10.5510.55 Security Funds: Equly 3.86 4.27 Invest 8.38 9.18 Ultra 8 .85 9.70 Selected Funds: Sel Am 10.40 11.37 Sel Opp 15.90 17.38 Sel Spl 16.75 18.3H Sent Gth 9.06 9.85 Sentry F 14.7616.04 Sham Fd 12.33 12.33 Shareholders Gp: Cmstk 4.47 4.89 Entrp 6.82 7.45 Fletr C Flet Fd Harbr Pace Shear Ap Shear Inv Sherm D Side Fd Sigma Funds: 6.24 .... 5.58 . 8.68 9.49 9.78 10.69 30.57 33.41 11.6612.74 15.34 15.34 10.18 11.16 Franklin Group: DNTC Grwth Utils Incom US Gov FdF Dep Fund Inc Comm Impac Ind Trd Pilot Fnd Am Gatewy GE S & S Gen Sec Gibraltr Group Sec: Apex Balan Com St GrthFd A Grth Ind Guard M Hamilton: Fd HFI Grwth Incom H8.C Fd H&C Lev Hedb Gor Hedge Heritge Hor Man ICM Finl IS I Group: 9.42 10.32 6.60 7.33 5.70 6.25 2.14 2.35 10.48 11.48 10.72 10.72 Grp.- 9.99 10.92 8.78 9.60 13.5714.93 8.17 8.93 8.68 9.51 10.28 11.11 30.42 .... 9.55 9.55 7.38 7.45 8.68 9.49 8.99 9.83 13.02 14.23 8.82 9.64 21.34 21.34 26.82 26.82 4.80 5.24 7.97 8.72 6.18 6.76 14.36 14.36 11.75 11.75 8.26 8.26 11.82 12.00 2.44 2.67 16.67 17.36 8.35 9.15 Capit Invest Trust Smith B Sw Invs Swln Gt Sover Inv Spectra StFrm Gt State St Steadman Am Ind Asso F Flduc Stein Roe Balan Cap O Stock Supervisd Grwth Sumlt Tech Sync Gth 9.39 10.26 11.61 12.69 9.06 9.93 11.05 11.05 9.23 9.98 7.72 8.35 13.50 14.78 7.57 8.30 unavail 48.55 48.80 Funds: 4.26 4.67 1.31 1.44 7.55 8.27 Fds: 21.04 21.04 9.77 9.77 14.91 14.91 Inv: 7.71 8.45 11.51 12.61 7.74 8.46 9.68 60.58 P.C Close Chicago Wheat Dec. Mar. May July P.C 1.48% 1 .48% 1.47% 1.39% Open 1 .48V8 1 .48% 1 .473 .4 1.39V4 High 1 .48% 1.49% 1 .48% 1.39Va Low 1.47% I .48V2 1.47V2 1 .38% Close 1.48V4 1.48% 1.47% 1.39% Chicago Corn Dec. Mar. May July P.C 1 .13V4 1.18 1 .21 1 .23 Open l .l3'/2 1 .17% 1.21% 1 .22% High 1.14% 1 .19V2 1 .221 /4 1 .24 Low 1.13 1.17% 1.21 1.22% Close 1.14% 1.19% 1.22 1.22% Chicago Eggs Oct. Nov. P.C 31.50 35 .60 Close 31 .30 35.45 Grain Receipt WHEAT — Hutchinson, today 44; week ago 64; year ago 49. Wichita 42; K.C. 48; Salina 30; Ft. Worth 1. CORN—K.C. 71. KAFIR—Hutchinson 11; K.C. 303. Hutchinson Wheat Hutchinson Board of Trade Closing wheat price Va to 1 higher. Basis Va to 1 higher. Demand good. Cash Sales (KC Basis) Volume 12 cars. No. 1 had and dk hd 5. No. 2 hd and dk hd 7. Local Markets •TRUCK WHEAT—1.26. BRAN—2.85. SHORTS—2 .90. WICHITA TRUCK WHEAT•Board of Trade quotation, sarlly elevator price. Open High WHEAT Dec ....1.48% 1.48% 1 .47% 1.48V4 1.48 Mar ...1.48% 1 .49% I .48V2 1.48% 1.46% May ...1 .47% 1.48% 1 .47V2 1 .47V2 1 .47% Jul ....1 .391/4 1 .39 '/a 1.38% 1.39% 1.39V. Sep 1.40% 1.40% CORN Dec ....1.13 1.14% 1.13 1.14% 1.13V4 Mar ...1.17% 1.19Va 1.17% 1.19% 1.18 May ... 1.21 % 1.22V4 1.21 I .22V4 1.21 Jul ...1.22% 1.24 1.22% 1.23% 1.23 Sep ... .1.24% 1.24% 1.24% 1.24Va 1.23'/a Dec ....1.21% 1.23 1.21% 1.22% 1.21% Mar 1.27% 1.26% OATS Dec Mar May Jul Sep .70% ..69% ..67% ..66% ,.67% .71% .70 .68% .66% .701 /4 .711/4 .70% .69 .69% .69% .67% .68 .67% .66V4 .66% .66V4 .67% '.67% .67% a.67% SOYBEANS Nov ...3.08% 3.111 /4 3.07% 3.10V4 3.08 Jan ....3.11 '/4 3.14% 3.11% 3.13% 3.11V4 Mar ...3.15 '/4 3.18% 3.15% 3.17% 3.15% May ...3.18% 3.21% 3.18% 3.20V2 3.18% Jul ....3.19% 3.22 3.19Va 3.21Va 3.19 Aug ...3.14V2 3.17 3.14V2 3.16% 3.14Va Sep . ..2.97% 3.00% 2.97% 2.99% 2.97V4 SOYBEAN OIL ...12.20 12.39 12.20 ...12 .12 12.30 12.12 ....1.00 12.20 12.00 11.92 12.06 11.9 ...11.77 11.95 11.77 ...11 .69 11.84 ...11.52 11.64 ...11.45 11.50 11.45 all.50 Oct Nov Dec Jan Mar May Aug Sep SOYBEAN MEAL Oct 79.50 79.85 Nov ....79.70 80.10 Dec 80.30 80.90 Jan 8.60 81.25 Mar ....81.20 81.80 May 81.75 82.50 Jul 82.75 83.20 Aug ... 82.20 82.60 Sep ...79.50 79.95 ICED BROILERS Oct 25.50 25.50 Nov ....25.50 25.50 Dec 26.00 26.00 12.31 12.25 12.28 12.15 12.12 12.04 1.05 all.95 11.90 11.79 11.69 11.52 11.80 11.62 11.71 11.50 11.40 79.30 79 .85 79 .70 880 .15 80.25 80.90 80.55 81.15 81.15 81.75 81.75 82.35 82.75 83.00 82.20 b82.60 a82.50 79.50 b79.85 a79.75 79.30 79.70 80.40 80.70 81.40 81.95 82.90 •1.28. not 25 .40 25.40 25.47 25.30 25.30 25 .40 25.92 25.92 25.95 Cattle-Hog Markets Chicago Cattle Oct. Dec. Feb P.C 32.45 32.15 32.02 Close ^ 32.52 32.17 32.10 Chicago Heg Futures Oct. Dec. P.C 20.37 21.1J Close 20.60 21.45 Pork Bellies Feb. Mar. P.C 31.65 31.65 Close 32.55 32.50 Produce Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) — Wholesale eggs: large, 80 per cent A 24-33; medium, 80 per CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA) — Butter: wholesale selling prices unchanged; 93 score AA 68; 92 A 68; 90 B unquoted. Eggs: prices paid delivered to Chicago 1 lower to 1 higher; large whites 32V4-34; medium white extras 23-24V2; standards 24-25. Weather in the News, SHOW ©oil •la. CLEAR, WARMER is the Thursday outlook. TMR App 14.17 15.49 Teacher 10.7411.19 Technicl Temp Gt Towr Cap Trns Cap Trav Eq Tudr Hed TwnC Gt TwnC Inc USAA Gt Unit Mut Unifund Union Svc Broad Nat Inv U Cap Whteh United Funds: 2.88 3.15 24.95 27.28 5.74 6.27 8.14 8.85 11.0412.10 12.93 12.93 3.24 3.48 4.08 4.47 10.96 10.96 10.9011.91 11.3412.39 Grp: 15.10 16.50 8.62 9.42 12.0513.17 13.59 14.85 Grwth Incom Trus sh Trus un Imp Cap Imp Gth IncF Am IncF Bos Industry INTGN ICA Inv Guid Inv Indie 4.15 4.54 4.12 4.50 12.32 13.46 3.28 10.43 11.40 8.03 8.78 14.22 15.54 7.29 7.99 4.87 5.34 10.1711.00 13.96 65.26 10.08 10.08 7.81 Inves Bos 11.95 13.06 Investors Group: IDS ndi 5 .39 5.86 Mutl 9.8410.70 Prog 5.18 5.63 Accm Con Gr Con Inc Incom Scien Vang U FdCan Value Line Fd Val LI 6.97 Incom 5.18 Spl Sit 5.54 Vance Sanders: Bos Stk 8.36 Bos Fd Specl Vandrbt Vangd Vantg TN Var In P Viking Wall St G Wash M Wellingtn Explr 7.73 8.47 12.9714.21 11.8713.01 14.1915.55 8.22 9.02 10.04 11.00 7.53 8.23 7.64 5.68 6.07 9 .14 9.07 I vest Morg Techv Trust Wellsl Welltn Windr West Ind Wincp Fd Winfield Wise Fd Worth Zelgler 8.30 9.5610.45 6.92 7.56 4.84 5.29 10.62 11.61 4.77 5.18 6.92 7.56 9.08 9.92 12.97 14.17 Group: 21.55 22.93 16.92 18.49 11.43 13.99 8.19 .... 12.75 13.93 12.61 13.78 11.60 12.68 9.83 10.74 6.10 6.68 5.81 6.35 4.40 4.81 6.78 7.41 3.05 3.05 unavail Local Stocks Bid Asked Drummer Boy '/• Va Hesston 15V4 15% Medlcalodges 1% 2% Nat'l Inv. Co., Inc 2% 3% Amer. Inv. Life Ins 7 '/4 8 Elsewhere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High low Pr Albany, cldy 83 49 .. Albu'que, clear 75 51 Amarillo, clear 75 50 Anchorage, clear ...38 31 Ashevllle, cldy 76 56 .71 Atlanta, cldy 85 65 .. Birmingham, cldy ..82 62 Bismarck, clear ....66 38 Boise, clear (0 55 Boston, cldy 77 62 Buffalo, cldy 69 58 .08 Charleston, clear ...84 74 Chicago, clear 78 49 Cincinnati, clear ...74 51 Cleveland, cldy ....72 53 .. Denver, clear 72 40 Des Moines, clear . .80 45 Detroit, clear 72 49 Duluth, cldy 60 42 Fairbanks, M M M Fort Worth, clear ..79 56 Green Bay, rain 69 45 Helena, clear 72 38 Honolulu, M 86 M .02 .15 .01 .50 NEW YORK (AP) — Markets at a glance: Stocks—Sharply higher In moderately active trading. Cotton—Higher CHICAGO: Wheat — Mixed; late sel loft. Corn — Higher; good demand. Oats — Higher; with corn. Soybeans — Sharply higher; strong demand. Houston, cldy 73 70 Jacks'ville, clear ...88 66 Juneau, M M M Kansas City, clear .84 51 Little Rock, clear .83 54 Los Angeles, clear .101 73 Louisville, clear ....76 55 Marquette, M MM Memphis, clear ....77 58 Miami, cldy 85 78 Milwaukee, clear ...71 50 Mpls-St.P., clear ...67 47 New York, cldy ....76 66 Okla. City, clear ...81 54 Omaha, clear 77 44 Phllad'phla, cldy ...74 67 Phoenix, clear 91 79 Ptland, Me., cldy ..69 48 Ptland, Ore., cldy ..82 51 Rapid City, clear ...71 46 St. Louis cear 12 50 Salt Lake, clear ....68 45 San Diego, clear ...97 71 San Fran., clear ...I) 52 Seattle, cldy 70 56 Spokane, clear 78 48 Tampa, cldy 87 74 Washington, clear 71 63 .37 Hourly Temps, Forecasts NEBRASKA — Clear to partly cloudy and warmer Thursday. Highs in mid 70s northeast to lower 80s southwest. Increasing cloudiness Thursday night with slight chance of showers north-central and extreme west. Cooler central. Not as cool extreme southeast. Lows in mid to upper 30s central to middle 40s east. Cloudy and cooler Friday including much cooler central. Chance of scattered showers central. Highs Friday 50s north-central to 70s southeast. MISSOURI — Fair with only minor temperature changes through Friday. High Thursday 68 to 75. Low Thursday night 45 to 55. High Friday In the 70s. OKLAHOMA — Clear night sunny days and mild temperatures through Friday. Low Thursday night 46 Panhandle to 58 south. Highs Thursday and Friday 78 to 86. Tim* Tama). Time Tamil. 1 a.m. ....58 1 p.m. ....77 2 ....57 2 ....79 3 ....55 3 ....82 4 ....54 4 ....12 5 ....54 5 ... 82 6 ....53 6 ....82 7 ....52 7 ... .12 t ....52 B ....SO 9 ....57 9 ....77 10 ....63 10 ...,7J 11 ....70 11 12 noon ....73 12 midnight ....65 The Hutchinson News MO 2-3311 The Associated Press Is entitled to the is by reproduction of all local news, printed In the newspaper as well as all AP News dispatches. Published dally end Sunday at 300 West Second Hutchinson. Kansas 67501 Stuart Awbrey Editor and Publisher Richard D. Popp John G. Harris Advertising Director Production Managoi Department Heads News: R. E. Coidran, managing editor. Wayne Lee, associate editor. James Hitch, news editor. Rich Lovetf, night editor. Millie Hurlahe, weekend editor. Circulation: Dennis Smith, manager. Clarence Eales, mailing room foreman. Advertising: Louis* Fooshee, classified manager. Business: Jam** Drake, manager. Art Fahrtzlus, offlc* manager. Production: Robert Nlcklln, Ray Gordon* composing room foramen. R. C. Robinson, D. E. Mangels, press room for*men. N 231 MEMBER OP THI ASSOCIATED PRESS TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION Single copy 10c, Sunday ate. Rural Mall In state of Kansas, on* year 12741» six months 114.94; on* month I2JI. Els*wn*r* by mall, *n* year tM.Ooi six month* S1M0» en* month U.OO. Prlc* Includes pottage and applicable

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