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2-A The Bee: Danville, Va, Monday, Oct. 12, 1970 :. ..'''. · · . - · ' ' · . · ' "·- New York Stock Exchange (Noon Quotations) .N^.YPBK^AP^ __T^||asK^,ia ,53 fl|s r 6m-i . s t o c k market declined steadily --today in moderate trading. , - , At noon, the Dow Jones aver - . nge of 30 industrials was off 6.78 *t 761.91. Losers outpaced gainers - among issues traded on the New York Stock Exchange by better than 3 to 1. Analysts said one reason for · the slower trading and downturn in prices was the absence from the market of some investors, such as banks, because of ^ the Columbus Day holiday. Banks and some businesses in New York were closed. . Other brokers considered the ·-· decline an extension of profit ·taking which set in during the final two sessions last week. "We also note an increasing tency for individual issues to respond rather markedly to unfavorable news," commented that analyst for E. F. Hutton Co. ."This could indicate some increased near-term vulnerability in the third-quarter reports now about to be released in "greater profusion." ~ The declines ran through virtually every category, although utilities were mixed. Glamour-issues prices included Xerox, off l 7 /s at 84V 8 ; Polaroid, down 1% at 1VA; IBM, down 4 7 /s at 291V4; and Control Data, off IVs. At noon, The Associated Press ! stock average was off 1.7 at ,, 260.1, with industrials down 3.0, rails off 1.0, and utilities down ' .3. "i Among the large blocks crossing the Big Board tape were 155,000 shares of Campbell Soup at 27, off \4. The company tentatively agreed to acquire Valle's Steak House. On a delayed opening on the American Stock .'Exchange, Valle's was trading fce.mm Mf n .10 bl^asoNO 1 Eltra Cp 1.20 bmer tlec I Essexlnt 1.20 ·c tfhyi'Cp .84" FairchC .50 4? ?5# jf$ jf$ = » 37 ,m 1V./4 U * - : 155 s»i/t 38'A _ _ . _ . 39 29V4 28% 28% -157 20% 2U'/2 -- - -- 249 24 '/2 2J'/2 Fair HIJ! "7f5 e 48 10% ID'A Tu'A --' Faneleel Inc Feauers .40 FedDep/Str 1 Filirot 1.40 Firestne 1.60 Fst Chr! 2.29f Flinlkote ) FlaPowLt 2 FMC Cp .85 4 10% lOVj lfli/2 42 3% 34 34V4 25 3/% 36% 365a 3 W'/S 2J1/2 l;J'/2 22 4SVa 45 45 71 41 'A 4t)i/4 40'/4 -- % 13 251/j 25'/4 25 -- '/. 15 62% 62% 62% -' FMC Cp .85 87 23% lavi ?3A - vl Food Fair .90 17 15% 15% 15% + Vt . ~, ~-,.,+,, 2.'40 ForMcKs .80 FreeptSul .80 FruehCp 1.70 GAC Cp 1.53 GAP Corp .40 Gam bko 1.30 jannett .48 tien Oyn .iflp Gen ElEc 2.60 jen Fds 2.60 jen Mills .88 -. 1.60, G Tel El 1.52 Gen Tire Ib jenesco 1.70 "3a Pac .80b Jerber 1.20 GetlyO 1.06e Gillette 1.40 ^len Alcien 47 18% 18% 18% -18 16 15% ' 12 28% 28'/a 183 22% 21 Vt 33 11 '/a II 16 29V2 29'/2 2 26% 26% U 2D'/4 2UVx 58 84% 83% 10 J8V:z 78 78 -2 30'/4 30V4 30'/4 -- 10 24 23V 24 47 54 53'A 53'/4 --1 !3 36V2 36Vi 36/2 .. S 63% 63'/4 63% .. 13 45W 4SV ASVt ...'. 8 7W 7'/4 7% .. 17 14% 14Vz 14V2 . 35 28V4 27% 27% --' 98 27V4 27 27 -17 29V4 29'/4 29'/4 ' 9 12% 121/z 12% Global Mann Goodrich 1.72 Goodyear .85 GraceCo 1.53 GraniteC Sll GrantW 1.53 Gt AP 1.30 gt West Finl GlWnUnit .90 GreenGnt .96 Sreyhound 1 ^rummnCp 1 Gull Oil 1.50 GulfStaUt .96 GulfWInd .50 ^Iliburl l C5 24 -iarrls Int 1 13 Hecla/V\n .I7r 37 ..__ ,, ,. -terclnc .75e 9 36% 36% «M '"i -few Pack 20 ·* ""- ---· -- ~ ' Hof.f Electrn 3? %% ?]g 25 19V4 19i/ a 97 29% 2,.^ Hamestke .40 -loneywl 1.30 HausehF 1.20 34V2 181/4 ?5% + dahoPw 'l.60 deal Bas .60 16% 29 -- -up at ISVz. Noon prices on the Big Board included National Can, down 2 J /4 -.at 23; Telex, off. V* to 28V 2 ; Na- tomas, down 1V4 at 52Va ; Penn Central, off V* at 7%; Pairchild, down P/4 at 23% ; and Lit- · ton Industries off % at 23%. On the Amex, noon prices in ·eluded Wright-Hargr Mines, down Vi to IVa; Milgo Electron- .ic, off 1% at 34'/ 2 ; Digital Equip- · ment, off 1% at 75Vs; Lake -Shore Mines, up VB at 4'/s; Marshall Industries, down Vs to 27 l /2; and Syntex, off % at 33 7 /s. .NEW YORK (AP) - New York Stock Exchange selected noon prices: -· Sales Net .AbbtLab 1.10 ACF Ind 2.J (tids.) High Low Last Cng. - "Vt 70'/4 70A -- % ACF Ind 2.40 20 43Vz 43V4 43V4 -- Vz Ad Millis .20 13 13% 13% 13% -- 1/4 . Address 1.40 Admiral Aetna Lif 1.40 Air Red .60e Akzonalnc la AlcanAlu 1.20 Anea Cp .10e AllegLud 2.40 Aneg Pw 1.32 AlliedCh 1.20 AiliedStr 1.43 Allis Chalm Alcoa 1.80 AMBAC .50 Am Hess -22r ·Am Airlin .83 ABrands 2.10 AmBdcs 1.20 Am Can 2.20 ACrySug 1.40 -AmCyan 1.25 AmEIPw 1.64 A Home 1.60 Am Hosp .24 .AMetClx 1,40 Am Motors ANatGas 2,10 Am Photo ,12 A Smelt 1.90 Am Std 1 ATT wt Am TT 2.60 .AMF Inc ,93 AMP Inc .58 Ampex Corp ·Anacond 1.90 Anch HocK 1 AncorpNSv 1 .Arch Dan 1 ArmcoSt 1.60 Armour 1.60 ArmstCk .80 Ashld Oil 1.20 Atl Richfld 2 Alias Chem 1 Atlas Corp Avco Cp ,60e Avnet In .20p AvonPd l.iu BdDCK W ,53 Bait GE 1.82 btat r-ds 1 Beckman .50 BeechAr .75b Bell How .60 Bendix 1.60 BeneflCp 1.60 Benguet Beth Stl 1.80 Biock HR .36 Boeing Co .so bois-_js .25b Borden 1.20 BuraWar 1.25 Brist My 1.23 Brit Pet .4je Brunswk .10 Bucy£r 1.20 Budd Co ,20 Buiova W .60 Bunk Ramo Burl Ind 1.40 BurlNor 1.77e Burrshs .60 Cal Finanl CampRL .45a CampSp .10 CaroPLt 1.46 CarrierCp .60 CurlerW .40a 'CastleCk .60b Ca.erTr 1.23 CelaneseCp 2 Ctnco Ins .30 Cent SW 1.90 Cerro 1.60b Cert-teed .80 CessnaA .80b Cues Ohio 4 ChiPneuT 2 Cnris Cft .30p Chrysler .60 CITFin 1.80 CiliesSvc 2.20 ClarkEq 1.40 ClevEIIII 2.16 CocaCol 1.44 Colg Pal 1.33 CoiiinsR .23p CBS 1.40b Colu Gas 1.68 ComlSolv .40 52 30% 30Va 30V4 -- Vt 10 9'/4 9Vt We -- Vt 13 42V4 42 42 -- Va 27 18Vj 18V4 18Vj + Vt 18 29'/a 29Vs 29Vs -- Va 31 21% 21 Vt 2\Vt -- Vt 17 8% 8% 8% 3 30Vs 30Va SCVs 19 20'/4 ..... 2Q1A + 1/2 72 19% 19% 19'/2 -- '/a 8 23'/8 23 23 -- Vt 33 15% 15/4 15% 123 54'/2 533,4 53% -- % 12 11% 11% ll'/2 ,89 37'/4 36%' 37 -- % 42 - 2 1 ' A 21 Va 21 VB -- Va 72 39 38% 38% 11 28% 28'/4 28% 24 43 42V 2 42% -- % 2 19% 19% 19% -- 1/4 43 29% 29'/4 29V4 -- % 218 24 7 /a 24% 24% 25 63^/4 63'/a 63'/a -- % 21 34V 2 34'/j 34V2 -- Va 16 32% 32% 32% + % 59 IV, 7 7 . . 39 41 40% 40% -- % 44 10% 10 VO'/B -- 1/4 62 29% 28% 29V4 ... 49 34% 341/2 34V2 -- Va 52 8Va 8 8 269 44% 44V4 44V4 -- % 35 25% 25 Vi 2SVi -- % 21 51% 50% 50% . . . 161 18% 17'/2 17% -- % 63 23V1 221/2 22V2 -- Vi 5 28V3 231/4628% 16'/s 16Vs Va : -- V4 34'/« 34Vn -- V'j 39 21% 2P/2 21% -- ( 2 47W 47 ] /4 47'/4 + % 88 29% 2BVx 2B'/2 --IVe 50 25'/ 2 2Wi 24% _ 7,8 115 56V« 551/4 55% -- % 39 23*a 23% 23% ..... 17 2ft 2% 2% ..... 41 12 12 12 -- Va 51 Bi/4 8 8 -- 1/4 .55 76'/2 75'/4 75'/4 -- 1 Vt 10 20?i 20'/j 20'/J -- Vi 13 26'/2 26Va 21 3 I V j 31 31 -- i-18 281/4627'A 27% ..... 10 11-4 11% n ·% ..... 7 34V2 34V4 34'/4 -- 1/2 22 25% . . . . 26 46'/a 45% 46'/a ~ 1/4 53 6 J /4 ftVi 6% . 98 22 21V'2 211/j -- I/a 18 6U 59% 60 ____ 64 16% 16 16 -62 i l d j 51 5) -- % 15 23 22'/2 22% - Vt 9 2iVa 25 25 -- Va 15 56'/a 56'/2 56% -- 1/4 67 llVe 1) I)'/a +- '/a 86 18 17'/2 17'/j -- % IB 10 2 9% 2 9% -- % 6 23Va 20'/ B 20'/a -- '/a 63 9V2 9% 9% -- Vt 13 41VI 41 41 _ 1/4 9 31 Va 30 Va 30Vi --1V 8 140 117% 11 sv, H6V3 --1 5 8% 8'/4 8% 4- Va 52 29% 29 29Vj + % 1570 27V-2 27 27% 17 221/4 22V, 22Vj 4- Vt 33 34% 34 341/4 4- i/4 30 li% I5'/ S 15% 1 23'/2 23V2 23V2 -- 1/4 14 3iVa 33% 35% -- Vt 14 55V4 54% 55% . 34 32? B 32 3'2% --i% 1 42 Vi 42Vi 42 Vi 4- 1/4 5 %% 2?£ 2°%-* 2 15% 15% 15% --'1/4 3 33% 33^ 33% + Ito 275 2iVa 23% 23% -- 1/2 65 40Va 39% 40 49 46% 46'/a 46% '.'.'.'.'. 39 76'/2 75 i/i 753/4 --Vt 11 42% 42% 42% 4- t'4 29 16% 15% ]6'/8 -- % 36 31% 31 i,i 31 i/j _ Vt II M» 31V2 31-/2 - V NA Cp 1.40 ngerRand 2 nland Stl 2 nlrlklnc 1.80 BM 4.80 nt Harv 1 80 nt Mjner nt P4S.| 5 12% 12% 12% i 8! i% as- ~ " 25VS Wl 24V, ,, , ,, .,, 24% 152 4W 12% 127/ " '·' ,3? ^ «» S ~ ' A 25 19% .. ,, 33V4 32V2 45% 4S'/j Koppers 1.60 Kraftco 1.70 KresgeSS..44 Kroger 1,30 Lear Sies .50 LehPCem .43 Leh Val Ind Lehmn ].70e LibOFrd 2.40 Libb McN L Ligg My 2.50 Ling TV .33p Littpnlncf .50t Lockheed Afr 21 401/2 40 W 15% 14V2 LoneSGa 1.'24" -onglsLt 1.34 -ucky S! .90b -ukens Stl 1 LVO Corp LykeYng .45e Macke Co 30 MacyRH 1 ll'/4 -- : - 54 23% 23V 2 23V2 -- 21 Vt 21 2T -7'/a 6% 8% 8% Mad'Fd'l.Me 17 if" few lal* ~\, EP 1§ 3JW 35% -3«4-l li ^ / 3 .J5J?, i«i- '/« . Marcor .80 Mar Mid 1.70 22% -- i McDonnD .43 McGHill .60a Mead Corp l MelvShoe .75 Merck 2a MGM Microdo! ,33 e MjdSoUtil .96 MjnnMM 1.75 MinnPLt 1.20 MobplOil 2.40 Monsan 1.80 MontDUt 1.78 Mont Pw 1.68 Mor-Nor .80 Motorola .63 MtFuelS 1 83 MtStaTT 1.36 Nat Airlin .40 Nat Bisc 2.20 Nat Can .45 NatCashR .72 Nat Distil .90 Nal Fuel 1.68 Na! Genl .20 NalGvps 1.05 Nat Indusf NalLead 1.70 Nal Steel 2.50 Nat Tea .80 Natorrias .25 Nev Row NEngEI Newmnf SSI^5 37 ^ $i ^ N9lAm_PhM I 13 243.4 23% 3 18 17% - 7 15 14% "\i7/» ' ' ' 3 36V4 36V4 36I/" 3S 89% 88J/2 881/j If 1??* ' 2 '-^ IWa -24 88V 23 i 23V " ··· in \?fr 16?/ " l*'A~.' y 16 16% t6'/2 161/2 ro5 ^' /z 4 * ]/ ' *W4 «2 25 22% 23 3 fi 61 22 32 39 5 12 15% 6 211/4 38% 38% -- ' 12 12 NoAmRk T.20 NoNGas 2.60 1?3 .... .,, 10 34% 34 NoStaPw 1.70 Northrop 1 Mwst Airl .45 NwlBanc 1.40 Morion 1.53 NortSim l.B3t ,, ^, °ccid Pet Ib 326 20 OhroEdis 1.54 O k a G E 1.16 OklaNGs 1.12 Olin Corp .88 Omarkln .49! JTIS Elev 2 34 -- 26 20 193/4 jndi _ ,'/ 9 21% 21% 21% 13 22% 22% 22% 4! i /a Outbd Mar 1 Owen Cs .75 Owenslll 1.35 PacGEl 1.50 PacLtg 1.60 Pac Pet .25g PacPwL 1.28 PacTT 1.20 Jf* 'anAm WAir 'anh EP 1.80 "arkeDau .60 enn Cent 'ennDix .I5r ·enney Jc l "aPwL! 1.63 ennzun 83 PepsiCo 1 ^erfect Film 'fizer .63 2.13 'hi" Pet 1.33 [itneyBw .68 PPG Ind l.'4B ProctGm 1.43 P"bSC 0 | 1.12 Juestor 50 'alstonP .70 24 m: 56 17 3 llVa HVa lii: ~ 78 49V, B ? ? ' - - ' ' 33 JIV, 21 352 29 28 48 1214 12 76 34% 33 31 42V4 413, IS £ %* 2^-* 10? 74% W ?£· ,,, 15 17% 17V, 77% + A 10 28% 28% 28% 6 54% 541/4 541/2 64 21% 21V2 21V2 75 23% 22% ?3V'a 29 6Va 6Va 6 r /,' 4 16% 16% a i6%L'i/ x 4 27V2 27 T /B 27Vi 4- v, 3 37% 37'/4 37% + 76 ll'/4 !Ci/j 10V? --1 1 in ijt. Mnir _::_/ ' mnrai* Com So v .40 17 22% 22VJ 22% 4- i/I ori. , ComwEd 2.20 12 32% 32% 32V« + p^rfJ £? m ?- a ' ,.. w «.. 4''/4 4iv* -v, gS a0 $"; Con Edis 1.80 ConFood 1.10 ConNafG 1.88 Cons Powr 2 ContAir ,25p Cont Can 1.60 Con! Cp 2 Cont Oil 1.50 Cont Tel .80 Control Data Coooerln 1.40 CorGW 2.50a Cowles Com Cox Bdcst .30 CPC Intl 1.70 CrnuseHrrid 1 CrowCol 1.07f Crown Cork CrwnZell 1.60 Cudahy .681 CurtissWr .60 DanRlvr ,25p Darf IncJ- .30ij DaycoCp 1,14 DaytnPL. J.60 Deere Co 2 Del Mnte J.10 Delta Air .50 DcnRGr l.ip DolEdls 1.40 Del Steel Dfam Sham 1 Dillon Co .64 Disney .30b Dlverslnd .36 28 %%% %* P = i 14 31 % 31V, 31% -- Vi 22 4IV* 4V/t 41 v! -- vl 20 35% 34*s 34% -- Vt 152 27V 2 27'/a 27Vt -- V, 23 23 22% 22% 198 48'/2 47'/4 47", _ 7;. 3 23 %23% yiVt ... 20 154Vj 152V4 153 --2 6 4V, 4V, 4'/ ? 13 29'A 29 1 /' 291/2 +'1/4 1 "'·"· 21% 22% .... .... II _ 1/4 16% -- Vt 1'/* -- vl 122 I1V4 H 18 17 16 13 31 1/4 31 1/4 3 16 14',h 14 14 -- 1/4 · · · ll'/B 11V, I)!/, _ 1 / 4 · J 3^ 3vl 3^ ± J* \i w° ins ^ ± % 1 37% 37% 37% . 42 25% 25'/j 25% + 1/4 38 31 '/B 33% 30% -- 1,4 . 1 17'/« 17V« 17Va -- 1/4 20 181/4 18VB 18'/4 + Vt 2 14'/a 14Vii 141/n ... 88 ]8'/4 17'/2 1 7'/j -- Vt 1 15'/a 15'/s 1S/, .... . 30 115 114'/2 1I4V2 -- % 8 WVi ICi% 10% -- Va ...... OomeMIn .80 3 4 62% 62 DowChm 2.63 16 68'/4 63 Dresslnd 1i40 30 T9Vs 38% DukePv; l..)0 5 21% . cJuPont 3.758 Duq Lt 1.66 DvnaAm , ~ ~ East Air 78 115'/4 114 621/2 + 21 Vi -- Vt 114% --1% Jaylheon .60 - _ _ . n g Co RdgBates .25 ReichCh .53 RepobSII 2.50 Revlon 1 Reyn Ind 2.40 ReynMel 1 13 el 1.23e Co ,80 In 2 SILSanF 2.40 ·!j f m izg 3 6% 6% 6% . . . «' 27 26% 26% _ a \l $* "4 9Vt 15 65 65 65 75 -51/4 -41/4 441/4 _' 47 26% 21'/4 uVt -1'8 5'/« 5 5 50 22% 22'/4 22Vi + I/, '6 14 13%61; + if. 2 $f ®* 1% - ii * ? f ^ 38* - ss 3 ,, 38 i i ! 3 TM W - H StRMlip r» 5 31 °3 J/ - ) 3 ^ Z l ISKIS 'i 7 6 P o ?? W !«4 « - SanFeln! .30 Schenloy 1.40 ScherinB .80 22 17 15% 15% 93 241/4 24 ?4./» _ % s e a r l G D 1.30 53 50% 53% 51% ~ % foaf.SR I.20a 150 69'/4. 68% 68% _ % Sholl n.i · xn c) 48 tl ) h J7y _ -n 8 3B'/, 3W* 33V* ±'« -- % = a -^ -- /« -- 1'/4 -- 1/4 -- v« =% -- % -- % -- % -- vt -- % -- vt + ·/' -!/a -- /B -- A -- !/4 -- 1% -- '% -- l" -- % -- Va -- '/a -- 1/6 -- V, + '/4 -- 1% -- '3/4 -- % + 1/4 + V4 -- % -- % -- % -- % -- i/o -- 'Va -- % -1* -- % -- Vs. -- '1/2 -- 1/2 -- V, -- % ±1 -- v ~ Va -- Va + % ?» ? 8 -4% -- i% -- 1/4 -- V* ~ V4 -- 1/2 -- Vt ~\v» + '/a -- Vt ..0 . -- l'/a -- Vt -- '/4 + W V . -- % -- % ~Vt -- Va -- Vt -K Vt -- % -- /2 -- 'Vi + "i/a -- '/a -- Vt -- V4 -- % -- % -- V4 - V8 -- ''/a -- V4 -- 1/4 -- Va -- % -- '/» -- Vi -- 1'/8 -- 4* -- V, -- '/» -- V* '--Vt -ivi -- 1/4 -- % -- ~i/2 -- '% ?B + v, + 1/3 -- 1/2 -- Vt --21/4 -- VA -- Vt -- V4 -- Vt -- 1/2 -- V4 -i'/i -- Vt + v« -- V4 -- V4 -- 7 /a -- Va -- V* '-% -- '/2 -- Vt -- 1/2 - % + Va -- ''/· -- '·/« -- Vt 4- '/2 + '/» - % - Va -- V, -- 1/4 -- '% -- ii/4 + r» -i -- '/. + -3 -- Vt + V, - Vt. - fr - % -1 1/2 -f '/« +'% + 'l/4 -'l/4 + Va + % -- 1 - 1/7 -'% - 3» ~V* f /» - Vt - V, I'« f '/. f- Vt - Vt - V, - 1/4 -% -Vt - Vt - Vt -H* - Vi - Vt - v« Virginia Zone Forecast BHIIimillllllltlHIIIIIIH P i e d m o n t : V a r i a b l e cloudiness through T u e s d a y , with a chance of showers west portion. Low tonight 60 to 65 and a high Tuesday ' in the upper 70s or low 80s. Chance of rain 30 percent t h r o u g h Tuesday. ' ' Tidewater Area, E a s t e r n Shore: V a r i a b l e cloudiness through Tuesday with a low tonight 60 to 65 and a high Tuesday in the upper 70s and- low 80s. Chance of rain 20 percent. Shenandoah Valley, Upper James River Area, Allegheny H i g h l a n d s : 'Considerable cloudiness through T u e s d a y with a chance of showers. Low onight in the upper 50s or low 60s. High Tuesday, in the 70s. Chance of rain 30 percent tonight and 40 percent Tuesday. Southwestern P.1 a te a u : Considerable cloudiness tonight and Tuesday with a chance of bowers. Low tonight 60 to 65 and a high Tuesday in the 70s. Chance of rain 60 percent hrough Tuesday. Newspaper Carrier Fatally Wounded FAIRFAX AP) -- A 14-year- old newspaper carrier was shot and killed early today while lelivering papers in his home Annandale area of Fairfax bounty, a route manager for he Washington Post said. Robert DiLisio, the route manager, identified the young victim as Todd MacKinney. He aid the shooting apparently occurred shortly before 5:30 a.m. vhen MacKinney was about ialfway through his route oh Kingston Drive. DiLisio said police were in- 'estigating the motive for the shooting but details were not immediately available. Use mineral oil to lubricate your electric mixer. If any oil should drip into the mixing " bowl, no food is spoiled by the ; edible oil. A · 1 · American List , NEW YORK (AP) - American Slock Exchanae selected noon prices: , Sales Net i (hds.) High Low Last Ch9. , Am Petr .50e 6 30% 30% 33% -- '/a l AO Indus! 21 3' 3 3 . . . . Ark Best .30 7 IS 'IS 15 -- V, ArkLGas 1.70 27 27'/a 27% 27Vz -- 1/2 I samera Oil 121 15% 15% 1S'/ 2 -- V« ttasCorp wt 10 V.'t \Vt \Vt arnes Ens 12 12 11% 11% -- 1 rascanLtd 1 37 13% 13% 13% -f '/a , ampbl Chib 52 8'/a 7% 7% -- % 1 dn Javelin 7 ll'A llVs ll'/a -- Vt , Inerama 24 4Vt 4% 4% -- Vt ' reole P 2.60 6 33'/4 32% 32% + Va r 3ata Cqnt 1 S'/4 5% SVt + Va jllard .40e 7 !/!'/» 14% 14% _ /, ixilvn Corp 7 15V4 ]5Vt TSVt ... i lynaiectrn 14 7'/« 7!/a 7Vs -- Vs ;quilvCp .301 4 4V» 4 4 , =ed Resrces 25 5'/4 .5/« 5Va -- 'i/a -elmont Oil 9 16% 16 16 -- % : ; rentier Air 31 616 6'/a tVt + Vt . sen Plywood » 41/2 41/2 4-/ 2 iant Yel .40 119 10% lO'A 10'/4 -- '% t Basn Pet 9 3 3 /4 3% IVt + Va ' Husky Oil .15 2 13V4 13'/« )3Vt ycon Mfg -4 4V« 4 . 4 --Vs lydrometl 13 7% 7'/4 VIA -- i/ 8 1 mp Oil .SOa H 18% IBVn IBYa -- 1/4 ( Oiiserln .3St 30 12% 12% !2'/z -- '/a T ee Ent .40e 1 17Va Wa 17Va . McCrory wt 14 5% 5'/ 2 31/2 + 1,', Mich Sug .10 1 SVt 5% 5% -- Va MidwFinI .32 2 .16'/a 1« U -- Vt . iewldria Mn .46 2V» 2 2 ewPark Mn 7 51/2 51/2 i'/2 ""' Drmand Ind 3 3%- 3% 3 V 4 + ' T / a curry Rain 3 22'A 22'/« 72Va -- ' 1/4 tatham Inst 8 11% -11: 11% -- v, , yntex .0b lie 34V4. 33% 33% -- % echn co 20p 3 11% 111/2 ll'/i -- % Wn Nuclear 13 7 6% ;Vt -- Vt opyrishted by The Associated Press 1970 .STOCK AVERAGES " Compiled by The Associated Press , 30 15 15 40 ' , . Ind. Rails Util. Stocks ] et change --3.0 -- l.o --.3 -- l 7 oon Won. 401.1 125.6 124. a 263.1 'rev. Day 404.1 126.6 125.1 261.8 Week Ago 408.6 130.8 128.2 2669 Month Ago 397.7 111.3 127.2 2523 , Year Ago . 429.9 152.1 132.5 2875 969 High . 416.2 143.5 141.2 2798 1 970 Low . 334.3 95.8 113.2 221 7 , 969 High . 513.5 217.7 159.1 3609 69 Low . 392.5 129.8 127.9 260.8 , BOND AVERAGES 1 Compiled by The Associated Press J ZO 10 10 10 10 ^ et chan« """ '^ UtiL F9n ' L ' Yd - , °£1 15:? Jj:l £! jfi 77 3 3 -9 9 Week Ago 50.6 77.3 79.1 8 8 7 734 rtontfi Ago 500 75.9 78.9 83 1 72 9 Year Ago 59.3 81.1 76.6 91.3 7 4 2 970 High 57.2 82.6 79.5 91.4 747 170 Low 49.1 74 1 75 2 87 4 71 3 969 High 64.3 87.0 79!3 9^2 79 6 969 Low 56.3 80.2 75.6 89J 72^ 50WOONES AVERAGES 0 Industrials 76191 6 7 8 ! Transportation . 15320 153 5 Utilities 106 5Q+n'm i5 Stacks . 54502 i on ONDS «i.u^ i.yo ) Higher grade rails . .".". 4759-^002 ? ) Second grade rails . 58T8+o'03 ^ 1 Public utilities 81 18-004 a ) Industrials ....: 76.60+003 YSE INDEX ? NEW YORK CAP) _ Noon New York L 'ock Exchange Index: idex ..... .... '. 4 f 00 ^0 51 Industrial 4!?? o ?R ransporlafion '..'...'."". "32X -a'x ' llMY ........ 36 16 0 74 n mance 59.89 -- O.S9 " ___ (j Id.Kollsman 2 8 7 % 8 . B Q! 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Meyoung, a Charlottesville insurance executive who coordinated William C. Battle's Democratic campaign for gover nor in Albemarle and Charlottes ville last year, and Raymond L Bell, a Negro leader in Richmond and former member oi the city School Btard. They appeared with Garlanc at a news 'conference to espouse his catch-up drive in the present three-way run for the Senate. Garland conceded that Sen Harry F. Byrd Jr., running as an independent, was ahead in the race and if the election were held today Byrd would win. "But Byrd is slipping badly," Garland said, "and every day until the Nov. 3 ejection he will slip a little more." Garland said his aim was to get through to the Democrats and independents and if he were able to do it he would win. He said also he felt if the black voters supported his candidacy in substantial numbers, "we'l send Harry F. Byrd Jr. back to his apple orchards next year.' Mesoung, who said he had been a Democrat' ever since he was old enough to vote, expressed the belief that large numbers of Democrats who supported Battle against Gov. Lin wood Holton last year would switch to Garland. And Garland added that · he couldn't see too many of those who were in the moderate camp o£ Battle, Sen. William B. Spong Jr. and former state Sen. Armistead L. Boothe -- loser to Byrd in the 1966 primary -supporting the senator. Bell, who described himself as an independent, was a Democratic candidate for Richmond City Council in 1968 but supported Holton for governor the fol lowing year. "To me Ray Garland posseses the dedication and courage that our Lt. Gov. J. Sargeant Reynolds asked all Virginians .to recognize in Linwood Holton." Reynolds said , this about Holton in a statement lie issued from a New York . hospital shortly after his illness- was diagnosed as a brain tumor. The Negro .leader said many black people in the state, especially in Richmond, overwhelmingly favor the performance of Gov. Holton and he added: "Many black Virginians will vote for Garland because he has the same image as Gov. Holton." Bell said he wouldn't care to estimate how much' of 'the black vote would go to the Republican candidate "but I would hope it would be as much as 50 per cent." The influential Negro political group Crusade for Voters has endorsed the candidacy of Democrat George C. Rawlings Jr. Garland, urging the black voters to support him, said lie thought Rawlings was way behind in the race and couldn't win. He added that if he and Rawlings split the anti-Byrd vote neither of them would have much chance of winning. Parachutist Dies In Jump From Plane ERWIN, N. C. (AP) -- An a m a t e u r parachutist was killed Sunday after he jumped from a small plane, pulled the cord f his main chute and found hat it wouldn't open properly. As 75 spectators watched, Wiliam Russell Godwin, 34, of Er- ,vin, pulled the cord of his second chute, became entangled in ihe two, plunged into the Cape Fear River and drowned. Coroner Paul Drew of Harnett ounty said several young men raced to the river and heard jochvin call for help just prior to sinking. Drew said the men ·ecovered Godwin's body in about five to 10 minutes. Drew ruled the death an accidental drowning. Drew said witnesses reported Godwin had pursued parachuting as a hobby for several years. He was a division manager for Sears Roebuck Co. Wnchova 1.20 WarLam 1.20 WashWP 1.36 Wsln Air Lin 57 50% 50'/4 50V4 + Vt 40 15% 15%,-15% -- 1/4 30 55%"* 55%" 55% A 44 1,7V, 67% 67%".!' 2 ,"^.'.»'·*.?'/» + y 8 14i/« 14 14 -Wn Bane 1.30 89 33% 33'/4;33'/4 -- % ffi!H"£. n JiS ," .2 4 35%' 36; - % . 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Police speculated that other bones found in the area about three miles from the Fairfax- Prince William border were "*· scattered around the area by % iiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiBitiiiuniiujfiinnnurmiJintifliiHi North Carolina Forecast Triangle Area, Coastal Plain, Sandhills, Triad Area and Piedmont^ Partly cloudy through Tuesday ' with early · morning fog. Chance of afternoon or evening showers or thundershowers. Afternoon highs around 80. Lows -tonight upper 50s to middle 60s. · ' - . · Probability of precipitation 30 per cent Tuesday, 20 per cent tonight. Outlook , Wednesday partly cloudy and . continued mild. Northern Coastal Area: Small craft warmings in effect ape Hatteras Southward. Southern Coastal' Area: Small craft warnings in effect. Entire Coastal Area: Partly cloudy through Tuesday with morning fog. Chance of a few afternoon or evening showers or thundershowers. - Afternoon lighs upper 70s to low 80s. Lows tonight in 60s. Winds easterly 5 to 15 mph. Probability of precipitation 30 per cent Tuesday, 20 per cent tonight. Outlook Wednesday .partly cloudy and continued mild. Slopes, Foothills and mountains: Considerable cloudiness with chance of showers and thundershowers through Totes day. Highs mostly in the 70s. Lows tonight in the 50s. Probability of precipitation 50 per cent tonight and Tuesday. Outlook Wednesday continued cloudy with chance of showers and thundershowers. Rapacki Plan Author To Get State Funeral WARSAW (AP) -- A state fu neral is planned for former Foreign Minister Adam Rapacki, author of the Rapacki Plan to ban nuclear weapons from Central Europe.. He died Saturday at the age of 60 after a series of icart attacks. The date for the funeral has not been announced yet. For 12 years Rapacki shaped Poland's foreign policy after coming to power in the liberalization that swept Polish politics n the post-Stalinist era. His ilan to remove nuclear weapons :rom Central Europe, offered to ,he United Nations in October 1957, catapulated Poland and ii-m into international prominence. But the Western powers ·ejected it, and the Soviet Union and other Communist nations supported it only passively: He offered it again in 1964, but it again failed. Officially his resignation in Vlarch 1968 was prompted by poor health, but he had lost po- itical influence earlier, apparently because of his disenchantment with the Communist re- ghrie. He opposed the invasion of Czechoslovakia in August .968 by Poland and the other Warsaw Pact nations, condemn- ng Poland's involvement in a etter to the Central Committee. Highest Ideals Toned Down, Graham Says PAYETTEVILLE, N. C. ( A P ) --The nation is suffering from an "overcommunication of false concepts," the Rev. Dr. Billy Graham said Sunday night in remarks prepared for delivery tO ( North Carolina broadcasters. "This has made'nccessary the -oning down or the stifling of a communication of the highest concepts and the ideals which most men of good will hold," "raham said in the remarks. The remarks were included in an acceptance speech for Graham's induction as one of 0 charter members of the ^orlh Carolina Broadcasters Hal! of Fame. They were delivered for Graham by Richard Jensen, manager of the evangelist's radio station in Black Mountain, WFGW. "The rise of civilization could actually have been concurrent vith the rise in communica- ions," Graham said. "As t h e media become better and more powerful the world should improve. If it fails to do so, per- laps communications by communicating wrongly, could be blamed." Two From State To GiveTalks At Parole Meet RICHMOND (AP) -- Two members of the Virginia Proba,ion and Parole Board 'will add- ·ess the annual meeting of the Association of Paroling Authori- ies at Cincinnati, Ohio, this veek. Pleauant C. Shields and Chares P. Chew will represent Vir- ;inia at the four-day meeting. Chew was president of the APA during the organization's conception in 1959. UWeekend Road Deaths In Carolina By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS , The North Carolina Highway Patrol says traffic accidents in the slate killed at least 17 pet- sons during the weekend,'including seven in : three separate multiple. fatality crashes. The patrol said' the- deaths brought the state's traffic toll for the year to 1,296, or .71 fewer than for the corresponding period of last year. Three persons were killed in a one-car crash on N. C. 150 about 11 miles north of Greensboro. The patrol said Jimmy Lee Parrish, 24, and David Leroy Furgason, 21, both of Summerfield, and Roger; C. Swink, 2B, of Madison were killed when their car overturned several times. ' Two men' from Wake Forest were killed in a two-car collision on N. C. 98 near Wake Forest. Troopers said they were Julian F. Perry, 68, and Clarence Smith, 71. Two persons were fatally injured when their, car ran off U.S. 220 about a mile south of Asheboro and overturned several times. Killed were Clyde Willie Tate, 23, and Juanita Tate, 26, both of Asheboro. Other weekend traffic victims included: Samuel Kerney, 29, of Littleton; Howard King, 52, of Fayetteville; Gurley Washington Gordon, 70, of Henderson; Danny Joe Cass, 18, of Statesville; Curtis Duman, 48, of Rt. 2, Mount Gilead. Also, Bernard Ruffin, 18, of Rt. 1, Como; Forest 'Miller, 28, of Fairmont,- Jesse Wilkerson, 50, of Fay ette ville; William Newby, 22, of Siler City; and Barbara Lou Taylor, 16, of Raleigh. WASHINGTON AP- The Supreme 1 Court declined today to decide whether expectant mothers have the right to medical abortion in the early stages of pregnancy. The court refused to hear a case from Milwaukee,- Wis., where the state's anti-abortion law has been declared in violation of women's privacy rights by a three-judge federal court. However, this term the justices will review the District of Columbia's abortion law which has been declared invalid on "vagueness" grounds by a federal district court here. The Wisconsin case appeared far more significant because their ruling sent to the court for revie wspoke in terms of human rights rather than whether the la wwas clearly written or not. The case' involved Sidney G. Babbitz, a 60-year-old doctor who has been charged with performing an illegal abortion. Now a resident of Hallandale, Fla., his trial in Milwaukee is scheduled for Nov. 30. Wisconsin law permits therapeutic abortions when necessary to save the life of the mother. Otherwise abortions are criminal offenses punishable by up to three years in prison and $5,000 fine. The three-judge federal court in its ruling last March said the Storage Tank Erupts, Polluting River Stretch SALEM (AP) _ One of fishermen's most popular spots on the Roanoke River, a 3 J /a mile section inside the Salem city limits, was polluted over the weekend when a storage tank at a plant erupted into the stream killing several thousand fish. Leonard Ross, state = · ga'me warden, said about 2,000 gallons of chemical solvent from the Koppers Plant in Glenvar also caused Salem officials to temporarily cease using the stream as a water supply. A three-man team from the State Water ' Control Board in Richmond is investigating the incident. Ross said he spotted dead trout, small mouth bass, catfish, carp and numerous other varieties of fish were killed. M. A. Tribley Kopper plant manager, said the spill occurred Saturday when workers were pumping 300 degree solvent into the tank. The chemical is used to treat railroad crossties. Normally, the stream would have been restocked earlier this month with trout at the section where the spill occurred, but of ficials had been holding the fish in hatcheries because of low water conditions. Scott To Get Alleged Prison Brutality Report RALEIGH (AP) -- A report on alleged brutalities at the McLeansville prison unit will be offered soon to the governor. A three-man subcommittee reported to ' the state Bar Association's Penal System Study Committee Saturday, but it did not reveal its findings. The report will be forwarded to Gov. Scott, perhaps t h i s week. The. investigation was trib- gered by charges in a letter to Gov. Scott from" a former guard, Jerry Lee Aaron. The subcommittee visited the prison last Wednesday and interviewed guards and inmates. The subcommittee also interviewed Aaron. A group from the Department of Correction also conducted an investigation of - t h e charges and reported to correction commissioner Lee Bounds last week. Membership in the APA extends to all parole board members and parole executives in both the United States and Canada. The purpose of the organization is to allow a national and international forum for the presentation of common penal problems. Board member James W. Phillips, in an early report to :he association, explained that Virginia's penal program includes a program in Richmond which involves parolees and oth- ;rs between the ages of 18 and 25. WREN EATTS 703 North Main St. Telephone 793-5511 Danville, Virginia 24541 High Court Declines Ruling ·f . . . . - . · · · . ' ' . . · · ' ' · ' '·" : ;:" . - j'·':·.."'·. ·· '. .''·.'*· ·· ": On Medical state does not have theJconstitu. tional power "to deny to a woman the basic right reserved to fier under the Ninth Amendment to decide whether she -should carry or reject an:,, embryo which has not quickened." . : An unqujickehed r . fetus has been interpreted to meaji an embryo that has not shown movement, which normally occurs about the fourth month of pr e g. nancy. . . Today's Supreme Court refus. al to hear the Wisconsin case left standing the ; three-judca court's decision against the validity of the state anti-abortion law.. In other actions today tha court: , ... . --Agreed to review a federal law that prohibits the import of any obscene book, advertisement, photograph or .drawing from abroad. --Rejected a bid to limit pu ve . niles' sentences to maximum* that adults could receive for tha same crime. --Declined to review ah appellate court ruling allowing the government to make broadly stated allegations against com. panies in civil rights cases with* out charging specific details of discriminatory acts. --Declined to rule on the expulsion of high school students who criticized school officials in .a publication. Gunshot Wound, Fatal To Hiatt, Ruled Accident An accidentally self-inflicted gunshot wound has b e e n recorded by police in the death Saturday in Memorial Hospital of Floyd Eugene Hiatt, 24 of 7 Elizabeth St. He sustained the wound in the abdomen Friday a f t e r n o o n shortly after 5 o'clock in the vicinity of a dirt road off Stokesland Ave. in the area of P u m p k i n C r e e k . T h e investigation was conducted by Dets. Hugh Wyatt and C.E. Eaiies. Funeral services for Hiatt were to be conducted today at 4 p:m. at Swicegood Chapel, with interment to follow in Highland Burial Park. A lifetime resident o f Danville, he was born Feb. 27, 1946, a son of Floyd Washington Hiatt and Stella Powell Hiatt. He graduated from George Washington High School in 1964 and was employed by Dan River Inc. for six years. In addition to his parents, he leaves one brother, Joe Hiatt, and his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Hiatt Ricketts, all of Danville. Special Grand Jury Reinstates Dinwiddie Sheriff DINWIDDIE (AP) _ A Dinwiddie County special grand jury has reported that Sheriff A. Hill Burton was not involved in high stakes gambling and reinstated him. Burton's suspension preceded a probe into gambling at a hunting preserve. A 14-page written report from the panel stated that Burton apparently had nothing to do with gambling, but that he had failed to "act affirmatively" to curb the games of chance in the county. Burton had refused to comment on the suspension prior to his reinstatement, but afterwards referred to the period as a "vacation." After the grand jury heard testimony from more than 50 witnesses, it indicted four persons on misdemeanor gambling charges. One of the four, George Payne Smith Jr., is owner of the Woodstock hunting preserve. The others are Samuel Moody of Mechanicsville, and Arlick L Brockwell and Preston H. Auders, both of Petersburg. Trials foi the four men will be held Oct. 27 in Dinwiddie County Circuit Court; Gov. Scott To Open Conference RALEIGH (AP) _ Gov. Boh Scott will go to Chapel Hill Tuesday to open the third major conference scheduled 1 for international month activities in North Carolina. Scott's speech at 1 p.m. will get an international relations conference under way. The governor began his official activities for the week w i t a news conference this mornin* and a speech in Fayetteville to the annual convention of the North Carolina Association uf Broadcasters. He will be back in Raleigh at 4 p.m. Tuesday to attend the dedication ceremonies for the Canova statue of George Washington in the Rotunda of the state Capitol. That evening Scott will return to Chapel Hill for a reception and dinner for delegates to the international relations conference. Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. Scott will attend a reception and dinner in Raleigh for a North Carolina industrial development mission before it leaves for Europe. At II a.m. Thursday Scott will attend a ceremony for a photographic exhibition at the stats fair grounds! At 2 p.m. that day he will speak at the dedication of new laboratory facilities at North Carolina State University, and at 6:30 p.m. he will speak at a 9th Congressional District Democratic rally at Park Center in Charlotte. Scott will go to Boone Friday to preside at a meeting of the state Board of Higher Education at 11 a.m. at Appalachian State University. He will be in Bath Saturday to speak at a dedication of a visitor center at 11 a.m. Piedmont Chapter Of Accountants Meets Thursday Members of the Piedmont Chapter, National Association qf Accountants will hold their monthly meeting at the Top of the Mart in High Point, N.C., Thursday night. Some 18 Danville accountants are members of the chapter. Speaker will be Walter F. Beran, partner in charge of client relations for Ernst Ernst, C e r t i f i e d Public Accountants of Cleveland, Ohio. His subject will be Today's Challenges of the Accounting Profession. To Citizens Of Pittsylvanio County There will be a meeting in Chatham, at the Court House, for the purpose of organizing Senator Harry F. ByrcTs campaign in Pittsylvania County 7:30 P.M. Tuesday, October 14th Everyone Invited COMMITTEE FOR THE RE-ELECTION OF SENATOR BYRD Dr. R. 0. Reynolds Dr. Haile V. Fitzgerald

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