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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 60

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10D --June 2. 1974 Sunday Gazette-Mail Charleston, West Virginia The Past Week's Market Activity Mutual Funds New York Exchange MEW " Y O R K ( A P ) New York Slock E(Lhcinu.e trading lor the week (selected Net Sales --A- AmHosp .30 A MtlCI 1 6 5 AmMot .10e ANatGs 2 54 A Smell I 50 AmSIand 80 A T T w t IniTT 3.08 A.V1F In 1 24 AMP Inc .33 Arnpex Corp Anacon 65e AnchrH 1 0 8 Apeco Corp ArchDan 25 Armco 1 20a ArmstCk .92 'AshdOil 1.40 "AsdDrG 1.40 "AH Richfl 2 ,Avnetlnc .30 ;AvonPd 1.48 424 36'4 507 38 3 4 3011 ( 172 32 J 4 636 20 413 I5U 1257 2836 541 1207 276 3*8 949 24 to 520 151-8 147 1'n 151 326 Hi 4 6 ' s 1 7 ' 4 4 2 ' 4 16V 3 20 369 29 258 20 '.'2 86 27'4 1060 873,4 x214 34% 36 to 3 1 ' » '» 19' I4i 9 2 to 453/4 16% 39'/e 3',4 203,4 15to 1*8 1434 19% 25''2 19% 26 Ve 83 i.l 7'.-i 4 . 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Cater Tr 1.60 ,.'CBS 1.46 · Celanese 2 ·'Cencolnc .20 iCenSoW 1.12 .CerroCp I .Cert-teed .60 .Cessna .90 .Champ I nt 1 jChessie 3.60 XThiPneuT 2 ·Chris Craft .Chryslr 1.40 ,-CIT Fin 2.20 ·Citicorp .80 ;CitsSv 2.20b ·ClarkE 1.60 .-CIvEIIII 2.40 'CocaCol 2.03 ·XolgPal .59 'ColGas 1.98 ·"CombE 1.80 ·ComlSolv 1 "ComwE 2.30 ·^Comsat .80 *ConEd .45p 'ConFds 1.35 'ConNGs 2.10 ~ConsuPow 2 "Cont Air Lin ~Cnt Can 1.60 '·Con! 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Associated 10 to 2 45 Vs 411/2 6V4 14 7 /B 20'/4 - V: 30V4 -I 18*s + Va 1P/4 7 /8 19 7 /a - 3/4 12% + 15Ve - % 38'/4 -3V 113/4 25 - 3/4 11 to - '/a 2 Ve 47 to 7 /a 41 to - '/4 6to 4- 1/4 15'/4 -IV 117 -IV 16to - 48 23'/4 4- Ve Press 1974 American Exchange NEW YORK (AP) - Weekly Investing Companies giving the high, low and las prices tor the week with the net change from the previous week's last price. All quotations, supplied by tne Nationa Association of Securities Dealers, Inc., reflect net asset values, prices at which securities could havebeen sold. High Low Last Chg AGE Fund 4.15 4.10 4.13 - 06 Admiralty Grwt 3.61 3 56 3 58 - 04 Admiralty Inc 3.19 3.17 3.18 - .01 Admiralty Ins 7.04 7.00 7.00 - .03 Advisers Fund 3.89 3.87 3.89 Aetna Fund 6.61 6.49 6.50 - .12 Aetnalncom Shr 12.33 12.29 12.33 - .03 Afuture Fd n 7.81 7.64 7.67 - .04 All Amer Fund .51 .50 .51 Allstate Stk Fd 9.49 9.34 9.38 - .14 Alpha Fund 9.52 9.43 9.46 - .15 AMCAP Fund 3.96 3.91 3.92 + .01 AmBirthrght Tr 9.68 9.64 9.66 - .01 AmDivers Inv 7.65 7.54 7.63 - .04 AmEquity Fd 4,15 4.05 4.06 - .08 AmNal Growth 1.93 1.89 1.91 - .w Anchor Group: Growth Fund 6.28 6.16 6.16 - .13 Axe noughton: Fund A 4.05 4 03 4 04 - 0 Fund B 6.31 6.25 6.28 - .0. Stock Fund 5.24 5.20 5.22 - .06 Science Corp 3.67 3.62 3 62 - 0 BLC GrowlhFd 9.32 9.16 9 16 - 1£ BabsonDav n 9.46 9.28 9.38 - .10 BostFound d 8.28 8.15 8.15 - .1 BrwnFd Hawaii 2.60 2 53 2 53 - OS BurnhamFd 8.75 8.62 8.69 - OS Calvin Bullock: Bullock Fund 10.62 10.45 10.51 - 09 Canadian Fnd 9.84 9.66 9.67 + .09 Dividend Shrs 2.94 2.89 291 - o: Nation WideS 8.53 8.44 8.46 - .07 NY Venture V 15 8 98 8 98 - 18 CG Fund 8.16 8.03 8.04 - .15 Century Shr Tr 9.80 9.67 9 68 - 1( Challenger Inv 7.43 7.34 7.34 - .15 Channing Funds: American 1.11 I 10 I 11 - 01 Balance 8.94 8.89 8.90 - '.07 Fund of Am 6.28 6.20 6.20 - JU Growth 4.01 3.95 3.95 - .06 Income 6.05 6.02 6.03 O .?% Special 1.45 1.41 1.41 - .04 Venture · 6.85 6.69 6.71 - .20 Chase Gr Bos: Fund 6.15 6.01 6.01 - .14 Frontier Cap 4.02 3.92 3 92 - 10 Sharehold 6.21 6.13 6 16 - 04 Special 4.61 4.51 4.51 - .11 Chemical Fund 8.75 8.64 8.65 - .10 ComwIthTr C 1.24 1.22 123 Compass Grwth 5.60 5.53 5.53 - .06 :ompet Cap Fd 3.92 3.86 3.88 - .4 Composite BS 7.40 7.34 7 36 - 06 Composite Fd 6.56 6.44 6.45 - .11 Concord Fd n 8.13 7.94 7.99 - .01 Consolidat Inv 9.00 8.50 8.50 - .87 Consfellatn G t h 4.81 4 7 1 4 7 6 - 0 6 ContMutlnv n 6.69 6.67 6.69 + .01 CountryCap In 10.37 10.18 10.24 - .12 CrwnWst DivFd 4.83 4.79 4.81 - .01 CrwnWst DalFd 5.03 4.94 4.94 - .08 Dallas Fund 2.88 2 8 2 R7 - 09 Directors Cap 3.57 3.53 3.56 + .01 DodgeCox n 13.37 13.04 13.15 - .25 JrexelEquity n 8.05 7.94 7.94 - .12 Dreyfus Grp: Dreyfus 9.17 9.00 9.05 - .14 Equity 3.39 3.37 3.37 - .02 Leverage 11.82 11.54 11.54 - .31 Liquid Assets 10.00 10.00 10.00 Special Incom 6.60 6.44 6.44 -7 Third Century 8.68 8.50 8.54 - .18 E6.E MutFd n 2.75 2.72 2.74 EagleGrth Shr 6.26 6.14 · 6.17 - .11 EatonHoward: Balance Fund 7.95 7.87 7.92 - .02 Growth Fund 9.35 9.21 9.21 - .08 Income Fund 5.41 5.39 5.39 - .02 Special Fund 5.87 5.66 5.66 - .22 Stock Fund 9.19 9.05 9.05 - .17 Financial Prog: Dynam Fd n 3.39 3.30 3.30 - .11 Indust Fd n 3.63 3.55 3.55 - .08 Income Fd n 5.27 5.20 5.22 - .10 Venture Fd n 3.13 3.07 3,08 - .08 FirstFund Va 9.13 9.02 9.05 - .04 Fst Investors: Discovery 3.97 3.89 3.91 - .08 FundGrowfh 5.88 5.70 5.70 - .20 Income 7.35 7.28 7.30 - .07 Slock Fund 6.52 6.41 6.46 - .04 FirstMultifnd n 7.13 7.12 7.12 - 07 FlemingBerg n 7.39 7.33 7.33 - .06 DRUM Group: ColumbFd n 7.25 7.19 7.20 - .08 100 Fun n 8.55 8.21 8.21 - .40 101 Fund n 7.18 705 7.14 - .02 TwenFiveF n 5.43 5.34 5.36 - .06 Found Growth 3.77 3.75 3.77 : ounders Group: Growth 4,69 4.64 4.66 - .04 Income 10.09 10.00 10.05 - .03 Mutual 7.79 7.64 764 - .16 Special 9.08 9.01 9,03 - .06 Foursquare Fd 7.18 7.03 7.15 + .05 Franklin Group: DNTC 6.20 6.12 6.19 Growth 6.12 6.00 6.00 - .13 Utiles 3.55 3.52 3.53 - .01 Income Stk 1.68 1.68 1.68 - .02 US Govl Sec 9.33 9.31 9.33 + .05 Resrch Capit 5.33 5.11 5.28 - .15 Resrch Equty 3.27 3.22 3.26 - .03 FranklnLt Eqty 9.78 9.65 9.72 - .07 FdForMutD n 7.58 7.39 7.39 - .22 Fund Inc Grp: Commerce Fd 7.07 6.96 6.98 - .15 Impl Fund 6.34 6.23 6.25 - .12 Indust Trend 9.16 9.06 9.11 - .09 Pilot Fund 6.66 6.57 6.57 - .08 ateway Fund 5.25 5.13 5.13 - .13 GenEISSPr Fd 27.57 27.12 27.19 - .46 "en Securit n 5.77 5.70 5.75 - .01 rowth Fd Am 3.95 3.90 3.91 - .03 rowth Ind n 16.85 16.62 16.66 - .26 uardianMut n 20.72 20.30 20.56 - .18 Hamilton: Fund HDA 3.57 3.51 3.52 - .07 Growth Fund 5.34 5.17 5.17 - .17 Income 5.71 5.63 5.64 - .09 HartweMGrth n 8.49 8.32 8.33 - .30 ·iariwIILever n 6.82 6.75 6.75 - .28 HedgeFund n 29 5.18 5.20 -- .05 Heritage Fund 1.3 1.16 1.21 - .03 HoraceMann Fd 15.52 15.25 15.33 - .26 SI Group: Income 3.99 3.95 3,99 - .01 Trust Shares 14.18 14.00 14.15 - .19 Trust Units 3.84 3.79 3.83 - .05 mperial CapFd 7.50 7.39 7.40 - .13 mperial Grth 5.82 5.72 5.72 - .11 ncome Fd Am 11.72 11.66 11.67 - .03 ncome Bost 5.37 5.25 5.25 - .12 ndustry Fund 2.30 2.08 2.18 - .13 NTEGON Grwt 7.56 7.45 7.46 - .04 nt Investors 17.71 16.80 17.49 - .55 nverness Grth 6.91 6.66 6.66 - .30 nvest Co Am 11.26 11.08 11.19 - .12 nveslGuil n 6.12 6.06 6.06 - .05 nvest IDICATOR Va.-Vi Vs.-'A V8.-'/4 nvest Tr Bos 9.50 8.93 8.93 - .59 nv Counsel: Capamerica 6.85 78 6.79 - .05 Capit Inv Gth 2.48 2.44 2.48 CapitShrs Inc 4.43 4.28 4.33 - .14 nvestors Group: IDS Growth 5.22 5.10 5.10 - .12 IDS New Dim 4.61 4.49 4.49 - .14 Mutual Inc 8.12 8.04 8.05 - .08 Progressive 3.16 3.06 3.06 - .12 Slock 16.10 15.81 15.81 - .29 3Selective 8.90 8.69 8.69 - .22 Variable Pay 6.60 6.48 6.49 - .15 nvest Research 4.27 4.24 4.24 - .04 stel Fund Inc 18.12 17.94 18.01 - .19 vy Fund n 6.02 5.84 5.84 - .17 JP Growth Fd 8.02 7.86 7.91 - .12 Janu und n 14.77 14.72 14.73 - .04 John Hancock: Bond 18.68 18.59 18.59 - .03 Growth 6.26 6.15 6.17 - .09 Signature 6.85 6.78 62 - .05 JohnstnMut n 19.66 19.32 19.38 - .18 Lexington Grp: Corp Leaders 13.86 13.62 13.70 + .01 Lexingtn Grth 5.05 4.95 4.96 - .04 Lexingtn Rsh 11.34 11.09 11.17 - .13 Life Ins Inv 5.63 5.56 5.62 - .04 Lincoln Nat 5.48 5.38 5.42 - .08 NEW YORK ( A P ) · American Stoc Exchange trading tor the week (selecte issues): Sales (hds.) High Low Last Che A Petrf 1,50 AO Indust Asamera O BanstrCtl Lt Barnes Eng 31 33'A 31*4 32 = 97 15-16 Vt 15-16+1- Bra A I Brewer .40 Buttes G Oil CampChib Certron Cp Cinerama CreoleP 2.60 Data Contrl DillardSt .40 Dixilyn Cor Dynlctn ,05e Espey Mfg Essex M TERM LIFE INSURANCE Makes Sense · Saves Dollar 1 Check for yourseK-Cali CARL RUBEN 343-763i| T-r" Inujroncc Specials! Since 1969 16*a 23to - ., 6*8 + V4 Fed Resrces 12Vi - % Frontier Air 17 7 /s + Vs GResrc .Ole 19?/8 Giant Y ,40a 14 7 /a -i- 1/8 GtBasin Pet 12% - Vt HormeIG 84 20 - to| w usky0 .30 ImpO A ,80a nstrum Sys InDiv A 0 jjarnswy ,16t [Jetronic Ind Kaisrln .20e KanebS n.60 Kin Ark Crp 593 441 1 239 61 374 287 53 140 147 23 49 252 27 1/8168 59 9 1397 237 18 189 1034 41 27 27 31 284 20 'A 5 7 /a 9'/3 8 1-168 5-16-1 103/4 Bto 9'A 3 7 /a 3'/e 3 7 /a - 15V2 143/4 151/3 + 15% 14*6 15 IS'A 183/4 -1 5'A 5 7-16 + *8-l- l'/8 + 15Va + IVa 1 141/4 - 6to 3 - 3'/4 3'/2 + V 2Ve 5% + V IVa 15'/4 15 14% 7 3% 3% %to 2% 5% 2 15V4 21/2 19 17Ve } 14Va 14Va 6% 3 3'A 3% 2 5Ve 13/4 12% 2'/4 I8 7 /B !6'/4 30 Vt 28 I to 1 Vi 19 7 /a 3V; 2 "A 6 30 20 Vi 25 I Vs I9V4 3'/a 2 53/4 19% 1 l 7 /8 - V 14% + 2% 18 7 /a + 16 Vt 29*8 +2% l'/4 - Ve 19to - VB 3 to + Vt 2 - Vi 6 19% -1% IVa LIFT TRUCK PARTS IN STOCK f or A-C BAKER-CLARK NYSTER TOWMOTOR .YALE and OTHER MAKES CAU 342-0136 Lafay Radio LaMaur .36 Lee Entr .36 LoewThe wt LTVCorp wt Marshal Ind Medenco .12 MichSu .10a Milgo Elect Newldria M Newpark Rs N Proc .35e NorCdn Oils O K C C p 1 Ormand Ind OzarkA .05e Permaner Phoenix Sll Rath Pack ResOil G .10 Resrtslntl A Scurry Rain Statham ins Syntex .40 Texaslnt Co Tuftco Corp UnBrand wt US Filtr .20 Valspar .24 Viewlex Vikoa Inc VLN Corp westats Ptl WilshrO .lOe Yates Ind ZimHom .24 289 43/4 4VB x21 3 7 /s 21 12Va 251 4V2 127 23/4 42 44 6 27 6'/4 210 10*8 75 7 /a 105 2Va 113 6Va 247 4 3-16 174 20 4*8 33/4 33/4 12 12 - V 4Vs 4V4 - 1 2'A 2*8 4Vj - 3 Sto'Sto - V 53/4 6 - Vt 9% 10 + Vi 13-16 7 /8+l-l 2Va + Vt 57/8 - 'A 33/4+3-1 4% 4 to 1 7 /B 53/4 3 to 23 68 85 1 33/4 3% 183/4 19'/4 - 3/4 150 3 7 /8 20 262 76 4'/4 7Va 1*8 77 28 150 15to 4376 50*8 474 7% 15-16 3V2 2 7 /a 33/4 4Va 6'/4 Ito 1 3'/2 2'/a - '/4 37e + Vt 4'/4 4- Vs 6*fe 4- Ve Ito 23 221 354 4 50 50 91 67 255 23/4 Ve 63/4 3'/B IVs 2V4 3*8 23/4 6 99 14V2 22 3% 243/4 243/4 -3Va 14*8 15 + % 43'/4 45 -4 7 A 6*8 2to 3/4 5 7 /8 3 7 /a I 2 3V4 2*8 5*8 2to - % 7 /a 4-1-16 6'/4 - Vt 3 7 /a 4- Vt 1 2Va 3'/4 - Va 2*8 - Vs 5 7 /8 13to 133/4 4- % 3'/4 3'/4 WEEKLY AMERICAN ota I for week Week ago r'ear ago an 1 to date 973 to date WEEKLY AMERICAN ola! for week Veek ago 'ear ago STOCK SALES 6,614,170 9,845,809 9,545,910 220,143,510 348,893,240 BOND SALES 54,219,000 54,977,000 $7,305,000 Weekly Number of Traded Issues . Stocks 1,935 "J.Y. Bon ds 1,139 American Stocks 1,237 merican Bonds |J7 WHAT THE STOCK MARKET DID Two This Prev. Year years week week ago ago dvanccs 539 565 348 705 iodines 1131 1161 1419 979 nchanged 265 246 179 240 otal issues 1935 1972 1946 1924, cw yearly highs 11 7 16 132 ew yearly lows y0 776 405 169j Loomis Sayles: Capital n 10.49 10.26 10.26 + .0 utual n 12.75 12.54 12.55 - .20 Lord Abbelt: Affiliated Fd 5.99 5.88 5.93 - .06 ArnBus Shr 2.71 2.68 2.69 - .0 Bond Deb 8.97 8.93 8.93 - .0: Mass Financl: MIT 963 9.42 V.45 - .11 MIG 10.13 9.87 9.87 - .21 MID 11.59 11.54 11.57 - .0 D 10.61 10.34 10.35 - .2: MCO 11.62 11.30 11.36 - .3' Mates Invst n 1.54 1.53 1.53 - .0 Mathers Fnd n 8.21 8.13 8.19 - .06 Mid Amer 4.21 4.14 4.15 - .0 MONY Fund 8.44 8.27 8.30 - .11 MSB Fund 11.89 11.66 11.66 - .23 MutBenef Grth 7.98 7.86 7.89 - .09 MIF Fund 6.84 6.73 6.79 - .07 MIF Growth 3.41 3.36 3.36 - .05 NEA Mutual 7.58 7.47 7 55 - 05 Nail 1st n 8.23 8.07 8.12 - .14 Nat Secur Ser: Balanced 7.54 7.50 7.50 - 03 Bond 4.35 4.32 4.321 .02 Dividend 3.13 3.08 3.09 - .03 rowth 5.34 5.22 5.22 - .14 Preferred 5.54 5.52 5.52 - .04 Income 4. 4.17 4.17 - 11 Stock 5.88 5.81 5.85 - .01 NE Life Fund: Equity 14.11 13.96 13.97 - .16 Growth 8.80 8.58 8.58 - .26 Income 13.78 13.76 1 3 7 6 - 05 Side 13.83 13.52 13.52 - .33 NeuwirlhC N to.*B~ to.*B% to.*a*8 - .02 NeuwirlhFd n 7.14 7.07 7.11 New Perspectve 13.24 13.08 13.10 - .16 New World Fd 992 9.81 981 - 14 Newton Fund 10.99 10.83 10.84 - .22 Mich Strong n 10.58 10.31 10.31 - .28 Noreas! Inv n 13.76 13.43 13.43 - .32 Omega Fund 6.71 6.60 6.67 - .04 One William n 13.69 13.45 13.45 - 24 ONeill Fund n 10.69 10.66 10.66 - .02 Oppenheimer Fd: Oppenhm Fd 5.89 5.77 5.77 - 13 AIM 8.26 8.07 8.11 - .21 Time 5.36 5.24 5.28 - .12 Over Count Sec 9.39 9.34 9.34 - .04 'aramt Mutual 5.79 5.68 5 79 + 05 'aul Revere 5.34 5.22 5.27 - .09 'egasus Fd 3.80 3.71 3.71 - .09 Penn Square n 6.01 5.93 5.93 - .06 Penn Mutual n 1.80 1.76 1.79 - .02 "hila Fund 5.19 5.04 5.10 - .07 "hoenixCap Fd 7.21 7.20 7.20 'ilgrim Grp: Pilgrim Form 10.31 10.15 10.15 - .22 Pilgrim Fd 6.35 6.25 6.25 - .10 Magna Cap 2.73 2.68 2.70 - .04 Magna Incom 8.00 7.95 7.95 - .05 'ins Street n 9.16 8.78 8.83 - .38 'ineTree Fd 2.10 2.07 2.09 - .02 'ligrowth Fnd 10.33 10.20 10.27 - 06 'litrend Fnd 6.30 6.20 6.21 - .09 'rice Funds: Growth Fd n 10.54 10.28 10.3- .22 Income Fd 9.58 9.57 9.58 New Era n 10.22 10.11 10.17 New Horizn n 6.98 6.89 6.89 - 'ro Fund n 6.08 6.00 6.00 - 'rovidnt Fund 3.41 3.39 3.39 - 'rovidor Grth 6.94 6.80 6.80 - PrudentSys Inv 8.66 8.45 8.45 utnFunds: Convert 9.34 9.28 9.31 Equit · 7.09 6.93 6.93 George 12.41 12.19 12.22 Growth 9.07 8.81 8.81 Income 7.17 7.16 7.16 Invest 7.55 7.40 7.40 Vista 8.01 7.81 7 81 - Vovaqe 8.87 8.67 8.67 Reserve Fund 1.00 1.00 1 00 Revere Fund 5.35 5.30 5.32 - tafeco Equit d 6.77 6.65 6.69 - Safeco Growth 5.15 5.04 5.04 - .14 .11 .12 .02 .05 .18 .02 .20 .20 .28 .01 .15 .25 .23 .09 .11 .11 hareholders Gp: Comstock Fd 3.29 3.23 3.25 - .03 Enterprise Fd 4.75 4.65 4.69 - .06 Fletcher Fd 3.46 3.37 3.41 - .08 Harbo Fund 6.60 6.54 6.54 - .10 Legal List 5.73 5.60 5.64 - .11 Pace Fund 6.15 6.03 6.15 + .13 hearson Funds: Appreciation 16.37 16.11 16.34 - .11 Income 15.74 15.70 15.71 - .1 Invest 8.60 8.51 8.53 - .04 hrmn Dean n 12.99 12.65 12.96 - .20 ide Fund 6.68 6.59 6.59 - .11 gma Funds: Capital 5.77 5.64 - .13 Invest 8.22 8.13 8.19 - .03 Trust Sh 6.61 6.56 6.57 - .04 Venture Shr 6.52 6.48 6.51 + .03 mthBarEqt n 8.25 8.14 8.14 - .14 mthBarlG n 8.95 8.88 8.95 oGen Int 10.14 10.08 10.14 + .03 oulhwstn Inv 6.20 6.10 6.20 oulhwnlnv Gth 4.89 4.80 4.86 - .04 overeign Inv 9.70 9.50 9.56 - .07 pectra Fund · 3.31 3.25 3.25 - .06 8.P IntrcapDy 5.41 5.32 5.34 - .09 tale BondGr: Common Fd 4.01 3.92 3.92 - .10 Diversified F 4.28 4.24 4.24 - .05 Progress Fd 3.98 3.89 3.89 - .11 tate St Inv 36.60 35.84 35.95 - .56 teadman Funds; 3 Amer Ind n 2.43 2.40 2.41 - .02 AssoFTrust n 1.03 1.02 1.02 Invest n 1.09 1.07 1.08 - .01 Oceanogra n 5.80 5.75 5.78 - .02 'tein Roe Fds: Balance n 16.32 16.06 16.10 - .28 Cap Op n 7.67 7.55 7.58 - .10 Slock n 11.31 11.10 11.14 - .21 .upervisd Inv: Growth 5.20 5.12 5.12 - .07 Inc 7.37 7.26 7.26 - .09 Summit 7.39 7.22 7.22 - .21 Technology 5.63 5.51 5.52 - .11 urveyor Fd 8.12 7.98 8.04 - .10 cmp Gth Can 7.61 7.53 7.53 - .06 Vansam Cap 7.08 6.99 7.01 .08 Vavelers EqFd 8.38 8.24 8.25 - .12 udor Hedge n 8.98 8.66 8.66 - .31 20th Cent Grth 2.28 2.21 2.25 - .06 20th Cent Inc 3.44 3.39 3.42 - .01 USAACapGth n 7.96 7.83 7.89 - .07 JS Govt Sccur 9.40 9.38 9.38 - .02 USLIFE Funds: Apex Fund 4.02 3.96 3.97 - .06 Balanced Fd 6.76 2 6.76 Common Stk 9.72 9.57 9.64 - .07 Unif Mutual 7.11 7.00 7.08 + .13 Jnifund 6.11 6.01 6.10 - .03 Jnion Svc Grp: Broad St Inv 10.91 10.74 10.77 - .15 Nat Invest 6.18 6.07 6.09 - .11 Union Capitol 7.82 7.69 7.70.- .12 Union Inc Fd 10.76 10.68 10.72 - .04 United Funds: Accumultiv 5.75 5.63 5.66 - .10 Bond 7.15 7.15 7.15 Cont Growth 8.27 8.11 8.14 - .15 Conl Income 8.35 8.29 8.32 - .03 Income 10.32 10.16 10.22 - .14 Science 5.69 5.57 5.59 - .12 Vanguard 4.56 4.43 4.43 - .14 Value Line Fd: Value Line 4.82 4.70 4.70 - .11 Income 3.75 3.71 3.71 - .05 Levrged Grth 5.20 5.03 5.03 - .16 Sped Sit 2.50 2.45 2.47 - .05 Vance Sanders: Invest 5.79 5.73 5.75 - .04 Common 6.12 6.02 6.02 - .03 Special 5.86 5.76 5.76 - .13 Vanderbill 3. 3.16 3.16 - .16 Vanguard Fd 1.11 1.07 1.07 - .03 Vant Ten Ninty 5.38 5.36 5.36 - .02 Varied Indust 3.14 3.09 3.10 - .04 Viking Grth n 4.27 4.19 4.21 - .05 Wall St Growth 5.56 5.47 5.54 - .04 WashtnMutual I 9.92 9.78 9.84 - .08 Weingrtn Eq n 8.50 8.30 8.34 - .20 Wellingtn Group: Explorer Fnd 19.28 19.04 19.08 - .20 Ivest Fund 7.31 7.16 7.16 - .18 Westfield Grwth 6.59 6.44 6.44' - .17 Wisconsin Fd 4.82 4.76 4 77 - 06 Ziegler Fund 8.56 8.40 8.40 - .27 n-No load fund. Ups and Downs NEW YORK(AP)-The following list shows the stocks that have gone up the most and down the most based on percent of change on the American Stock Exchange regardless of volume. Net and percentage changes are the difference between last week's closing price and this week's closing price. UPS Name Last Net Pet. 1 Larwn R wt % 4- VB Up 50j 2 Barnwel Ind 6 4- l*a Up 37. 3 King Opticl 3to + 7 /s Up 33., 4 Metro Grtg l*a 4- % Up O.i 5 Lloyds Eltr 6% 4- 1% up 27, 6 Fst Rlty Inv 3Va -t- *8 Up 25.' 7 Inflight Svc 15-16 +3-16 Up 25.i 8 Canav Int 1% 4- 1/4 Up 22. 9 MoAmCo IVa +3-16 Up 20j 10 Movielab IVa +3-16 Up 20J 11 Nat Alfalfa 3 + to U P 'A? V8'/4 PNBMtRwt % +1-16 Up 20. 13 Sanitas Svc Vt + Va Up 20.i 14 Falcon Sbd 10 + Ito Up 17.i 15 Rewind Inc 8% + IVi Up 17.: 16 Am Plan Cp 5'A+ 3 /t Up 16. 17 Macrod Ind 7 /a + Ve Up 16.! 18 Tri Sta Mot 8 7 /a + l'/4 Up 16.. 19 aydn Ston 1 7 /a + Vt Up 15.4 20 AmRltyTT WT Vi +1-16 Up 14. 21 BergEnt Inc 3 + % Up 14.: 22 McKeon Cn 2 + Vt p 14.3 23 Rossmr wt 1 + Va Up 14.3 24 PuntaGrd Is 5Va + *s Up 13. 25 Medalist In 9*8 + IVa Up 13.2 DOWNS Name Last Net Pet. 1 Altec Corp 3/, _ % Off 33.3 2 AticoMtg wt 1% - *a Off 31.3 3 Kavanau 1 - % Off 27.3 4 Savoy Ind 1 - % Off 27.3 5 FstVaMt wt % - Ve Off 25.0 6 Riker MX pf % - VB Off 25.0 7 Grcenman 2 - '-A Off 23.8 8 Trans Lux 2V8 - *» Off 22.7 9 Nat Ind wl 1-16 -3-lii Off 21.4 10 Textron wt 8to - 2'/i Off 20.9 1 Fields Plas 2 - to Off 20.0 12 Forest Labs 1*8 - % Off 188 3 Mam Mart IVa - Vt Off 18.2 4 Royal Busn IVa - Vt Off 18.2 5 Weiman 3 - % Off 17.2 6 Allied Art I'/s - % Off 16.7 7 Howell Ind l'/4 - 1/4 Off 16.7 8 Palomr Finl )'/4 - /t Off 16.7 9 Pemcor Inc 2to - Vi Off 16.7 0 FairTex Mil 2 - % Off 15.8 1 N.itHllh Enl 1% - V4 O^', 1 5 4 NEW YORK(AP)-The following lis. shows the stocks that have gone up the most and down the most based on 3ercent of change on the Over-Trie- Counter Industrial Stocks regardless of volume. Net percentage changes are the difference between last week's closing 3id price and this week's closing bid price. UPS Name Last Net Pet. 1 Rad Dev P/4 + 1/2 up 40.0 2 Tolley Int 6*a + 1*8 Up 32.5 3 Falconr 5% + I'/i Up 27.8 4 Canadgi T/t + Ito Up 26.1 5 Galb Mge 8 3 /4 + P/ 4 1/4*8.? 3/4 LincMtg l'/4 + Vt Up 25.0 7 Ocean Ex 16 3 /4 + 3'/4 Up 24.1 8 Steak Br 2*8 + Vi Up 23.5 9 WnOilSh 2*8 + to Up 23.5 10 Trnctl Oil 4*B + 7 /a Up 23.3 11 Do G 5to + 1 Up 22.2 12 Southl Eq 1% + Vt Up 22.2 13 Elscinl 3*s + *a Up 20.8 14 Va Intl 15 + 2to Up 20.0 15 Raymnd 16to + 2to Up 17.9 16 AsCC Bot 9 + l'/4 Up 16.1 17 Sonoc Pr 233/4 + 3Vi Up 15.9 18 Comten 3 7 /8 + Vi U4.8 19 Digicon 4 + to Up 14.3 20 Donbar D 2 + Vt Up 14.3 21 G Bindg 24to + 3 Up 14.0 22 MidTx CS 12to + Ito Up 13.6 23 Com Pro lOVa + IVe Up 12.5 24 Heat Tec I'/B + Ve Up 12.5 25 Arn Quas 11 Vi + P/4 Up 12.2 OWNS Name Last Net Pet. 1 Knudsn 7'/2 - 4 Off 34.8 2 MB ASSO 1*8 - Vt Off 31.6 3 Sonom i 5Vu - 1*8 Off 23.6 4 Phon Mat l'/4 - % Off 23.1 5 Divrf Sci ! 7 /8 - Vi Off 21.1 6 NoSt Mlg 33/4 - 1 Off 21.1 7 Reinell »Vi - 1 Off 19.0 8 Oakw Ho 4to - 1 Off 18.2 9 Silo Inc 4to - 1 Off 18.2 0 Koss Cp 6% - 1% Off 18.0 1 Haml Inv 7V: - l*i Off 17.8 2 Calboch 93/ - 2 Off 17.0 3 Baker B 33/4 - Vt Off 16.7 4 Brnt 80wt l'/4 - Vi Off 16.7 5 Seebrg A 7to - \Vi Off 16.7 6 Comdisc 2*8 - Vi Off 16.0 7 Spctrl Dy 4 - 3/4 Off 15.8 8 Allg Bev 1% - Vt Off 15.4 9 Harv Ind 2 3 /i - to Off 15.4 0 Silv King 3V» - ** Tff 14.7 AP AVERAGE OF 60 STOCKS MM. lues. Wed. Diur. Pn. f J A S O N D J F M A M J DOW JONES 30 INDUSTRIALS Won Tues. Wed. Thur. Fri. J A S O N D J F M A M J Market Depressed By Interest Woes (C) !\'eiv York Times Service NEW YORK - Investor disappointment that interest rates have not peaked helped send stock prices down sharply this week in fairly active trading. Prices on the New York Stock Exchange eased Tuesday: dropped sharply the next day, recovered somewhat Thursday and then declined again Friday. As a result, the Dow-Jones Industrial Average ended the week off 14.48 points at 802.17. The exchange was closed M o n d a y in o b s e r v a n c e of Memorial Day. Wednesday's selloff saw the dow-Jones average drop 18.93 points to close at 795.37. the first time it had finished below the 800 level since Dec. 5. Brokers attributed this week's weakness mostly to some bearish indications regarding interest rates. One was a statement by Arthur F. Burns, chairman of the Federal Reserve Board, that the Fed was determined to continue a relatively restrictive credit policy to fight inflation. Brokers said this could mean continued high interest rates for an indefinite period. ANOTHER u n f a v o r a b l e sign came after the market closed Thursday, when the Federal Reserve Board reported that business loans at the 12 major New York banks rose $141 million in the week ended Wednesday. One of the major causes of rising interest rates has been the heavy demand for business loans. There had been expectations that the First National City Bank might lower its prime rate Friday. However, the bank announced that it would hold its prime rate (the Most Active Stocks NEW YORK Yearly igh Low 88 to 5*8 32? a 29to 46 to 46A 43 433/4 26 29 7 /8 463/4 1 7 V 4 41 (API-Week's twenty most active stocks. 12 V2 1348 46 19 55V2 53 153/4 36 Va 5V4T 24 7 /a 17Vs 15'/4 35 35 203/4 15 20 7 /8 36 Va 133/i 26*8 63/4 5 7 /8 33 Va 12*8 45*8 453A 10% Polaroid Cenco Inc Texaco Inc IntTelTel MGIC Inv Citicorp Am Home Ponderosa Westgh El Sony Corp US Steel Southern Co Alcan Alu Noeast Util Am Motors Weyerhsr Cont Telep Gen Motors Am TelTel Va EIPow Week's Sales 813,400 597,300 475,200 388,700 385,000 381,400 356,500 354,900 345,500 308,900 308,000 302,200 301,800 301,500 301,100 293,600 287,500 285,000 283,600 247,700 High 56 V2 6'/4 253/4 20'/2 18 37*8 43 30 Vt 15'/a 25 Ve 41% 14'/4 30 7 /8 73/4 6*8 42 7 /a 13V2 50 Va 46V2 Low 36 Vs S'/4 24 7 /a 18 7 /e 15'/4 35 40% 203/4 15 22% 39'/4 133/4 26*8 63/4 5'/8 38'/i 123/4 48% 453/4 10*8 Close 37*8 6 253,4 20'/2 17V 8 35 7 /8 41'A 21'/8 ISVe 22 V 3 41 Ve 14V8 273/4 7% 6'/4 38'/4 I3'/8 50 46 11 Net Chg. -18V3 -4V4 + % + 1% -2 7 /8 -1*8 - '/2 -9% - Va -2% - VB - 'A -3 '/a - Va + 1 interest charged its most creditworthy corporate- customers (at 11V 2 per cent. Polaroid was the most depressed stock last week. It lost 18 Vz points to close Friday at 37%. The selling pressure ' on the stock resulted mostly from a report by White. Weld Co. that early indications of Polaroid's SX-70 film sales, which are critical to its earnings, were falling short of expectations. In commenting on the brokerage firm's report. Polaroid confirmed that the SX-70 film wasnot sellng at the high rate originally expected. Tme company added. "The SX-70 is generating good sales, and the rate of sales is continuing to increase." The majority of blue-chip and glamour issues closed lower this week. So did some of the oil stocks. C.CARL TULLY, M.D. Announces the relocation of his private family practice from 4517 MacCorkle Ave. S.W. to the KANAWHA VALLEY FAMILY PRACTICE CENTER 4605 MacCorkle Ave. S.W. (adjacent to Thomas Hospital, Division St.entrance.) BV APPOINTMENT ONLY TELEPHONE 768-7352 WEEK IN STOCKS AND BONOS Following gives the range of Dow-Jones osing averages for the week. STOCK AVERAGES First High Low Last Net Ch. nds 814.30 814.30 795.37 802.17 -14.48 rns 161.68 161.68 159.39 160.09 -2.05 tils 74.04 74.04 73.33 73.36 -1.03 5 Stks 245.78 245.78 241.09 242.63 -3.92 BOND AVERAGES Bonds 68.87 z-Sales in full. Unless otherwise noted, rates of dividends in the foregoing table are annual disbursements based on the last quarterly r semi-annual declaration. Special or ex- r dividends or payments not designated is regular are identified in the following ootnotes. a-Also extra or extras. b-Annual rate tus stock dividend. c-Liquidating dividend. e-Declared or paid in preceding 12 months. h-Declared or paid after stock dividend or split up. k-Declared or paid his year, accumulative issue with divi- lends in arrears. n-New issue. p-Paid his year, dividend omitted, deferred or no action taken at last dividend meeting. -Declared or paid in preceding 12 months plus stock dividend. t-Paid in lock in preceding 12 months, estimated cash value on ex-dividend or ex-dis- ibution date. eld-Called. x-Ex dividend. y-Ex dividend and sales in full. x-dis-Ex dis- ribution. xr-Ex rights. xw-Without varrants. ww-With warrants. wd-When listributed.' wi-When issued. nd-Nexl day delivery. vi-ln bankruptcy or receivership or being reorganized under the Bankruptcy Act, or securities assumed by such companies. fn-Foreign issue subject to inter est equalization tax. Weekly Group Averages N E W , Y O R K (AP) - The following list ives the weekly average net change for he common stocks traded in each group: Aerospace, Aircraft - Ve Air Transport - Vi Auto, Truck unch ,uto Parts Accessories - Va Janks, Savings 8. Loan - Vi Jeverage (Soft Drinks) f 7 /8 irewing, Distilling - 1/4 iuilding Chemicals - 1/4 Communicatin - 'A Conglomerates, Diversified - Vt "ontainers, Packaging - VB Drugs, Medical Supplies - to Electonics, Electric Products - % inance + VB oods, Commodities - % ood Markets 8, Vendors - Vi iOld, Silver - 1/2 lotels, Motels, Tourism unch House Furnishings - % nsurance unch nvestment Companies - 'A Machine Tools Accessories - Vt machinery - Vi Aetal Fabricating - Vt fining (non metallic) unch Aotor Transport Leasing - Vi 'on-ferrous Metals - *fe flice Equipment Services - % aper, P LP - - % etrolc-um -1 hoto Products Services -2Precision Instruments, Watches - % rinling, Publishing + Va ailroads, Rail Equipment - Vi eal Estate - Vt pcrealion, Leisure - V4 estaurants - *B elail Trade - Vs ubbor, Tires unch ipping, Shipbh9yS urxu7uu2 v4 japs, Cosmetics, Toiletries - Vs eel, Iron - Vt AN OPEN LETTER TO MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS Many physicians are seeking relief from the ever increasing pressures of medical practice within the private health care sector. The United States Air Force Medical Service is offering an alternative form of medical practice to all physicians 58 years of age or younger. Frankly, we are proud of the quality health care the Air Force Medical Service provides and would briefly take this opportunity to present you a challenge to service. The Air Force physician practices medicine in a collective endeavor with the entire gamut of medical specialties and the finest trained allied health care professionals available. All United States Air Force Hospitals are accredited by the Joint Commission and are equipped with the finest medical instrumentation available. The very finest health care is provided to every patient without regard to the patient's ability to pay. The professional challenges of medical practice and the medical education opportunities within the Air Force Medical Service are unlimited. The Air Force physician has more time for family and personal development in comparison to his civilian counterpart. The liberal fringe benefits made available to the Air Force physician provide for a secure, predictable and satisfying life style; e.g., 30-day paid vacation annually, advancement, travel, medical education, professional pay and recreational opportunities. Your time is very valuable and thus the brevity of this informational offering. However, you owe it to yourself to consider this alternative medical practice. Positions are available in primary health care delivery, all major medical specialties, Hospital Directorships and medical research. Assignments can be arranged for two, three or four years. Initial appointment can range up to Colonel based on education and experience. Assignments to a specific Air Force Hospital may be arranged within the United States or overseas. For further information call or write: THE AIR FORCE MEDICAL PERSONNEL COUNSELLOR Keystone Bank Building--Suite 200 3520 Fifth Avenue Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213 Area Code 412-687-5114

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