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NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE NEW YORK (AP) - New YorK Stock Exchange selected afternoon prices: Sales Net (hds.) High Low Last Chg. AbbtLb 1.10 ACP lnd-2.40 Ad Millis .20 Address .60g Admiral AetnaLfe 1.60 Air Prod .20b Air Rc< .603 Akzona la Alcan Alum 1 Alleg Co .10g AllegLud 1.4g AllegPv* 1.36 Allied Chi. 20 AlliedStr 1.40 AllisCh --209 Alcoa 1.80 AMBAC-.50 AmHess-.22d Am Airl -:40p A Brnds 2.20 AmBdcst 1.20 Am Can 2.20 ACrySug"1.40 A Cyan 1.25 AmEIF'v/ 1.70 A Horr.yn.70 Am Hosp^ .26 A MtlClx 1.40 Am Motors ANatGas. 2.20 A SmelM.90 Am stand .40 AT&T wt Am T8.T 2.M AMF Inc 1 AMP Inc -64 Ampex Corp Anacond .sop Anch Hock 1 Ancorp'.i48b Apeco Cp .16 Arch Dan l ArmcoSM 1 Arms! Ck .80 Ashld Oil 1.20 Assd OG 1.20 All RlchMd2 Arias Corp Avco Corp Avncl -lig Avon Pd. 1.30 BabckW .50 Bait C,E 1.82 BcatFds- 1.16 BccKman .50 SccchAir .60 Bell How .60 Bcnd.'x 1.60 BeneftCP 1.60 Bcnguer Bern Stl 1.20 Slock HR .24 Boeing Co .40 BoisCas .256 Borden 1.20 BorgWar 1.25 BristMy 1.20 Brit Pet .39g Brunswk .17 Bucy Er 1.20 Budd Co BulovaW .60 Bunkr T^amo Burl Ind 1.40 Burl No"..1.12g Burr9hs_.60 Cadence Ind Cal Finanl CampRLk .45 Camp rpl.10 Caro PLt 1.46 CarrlerCp .60 CartWal -40a CastioCke .60 CaterTr 1.40 CclaneseCp 2 Cenco Ins .30 CentSWst 2 Cerro Co .80 Cert-teed .80 CessnaAir .60 CFl Stl .80a Ches Ohio 4 ChiMil SPP ChiPneuT 2 Chris Cralr Chryslr .60 ClT Hint 2 CitiesSvc 2.20 Clark Eq 1.40 ClevEllll 2.24 CocaCol 1.53 Colg Pal 1-40 Collins Rad Cololntsf 1,60 CBS 1.40b Colu Gas 1.76 CmbEn 1,40 ComlSolv .40 ComwE 2.20b Comsat .50 Con Edis 1.80 Con Fds^.20 ConNatC? 1-88 Cons Power 2 Cent Air" Lin Cont Can 1 .60 Conrl Corp 20 Cont Oil 1.50 ContToL.80 Control -Data Cooperln. l.dO CorGIW -J.SOa Cowlcs Com Cox Bdcst .30 CPC Intl 1.70 CrouseHind 1 CrowColl .65f Crown Cor CrwnZelr 1.20 Curt;ssWrt 50 66V3 10 57Vi 5 12% 37'A 17'A 65V3 55 65'/i 65'A — 1'A 20 64 Iowa Beef lowaPSv 1.40 21'/a 21V2 21% + 'AJ John/Wan 1.20 421/2 JohnJoh .40a 42'/I 21 124 3 15 24 14'/a 13 7 /3 6 22'A 22'A 34 22W 21'/a 55 33Vs 33'A 26 35'A 3S'/B 553 13'A 13 41 51 ?8 51'A 38 12V» 12V» 1037 55'/» 53'/» 70 35'A 34'/j 67 44'/4 43% 4478 57'/4 5?'A — Vt 12»« 12*B — ' 3(7/1 37V4 414*1 16% — 64 65'/a +1 .- , 54% 55 —Va: Jewel Co 1.60 Intrlklne 1.80 IBM 5.20 Int Harv 1.40 IntMiner .05g Int Mickel 1 Int Pas 1.50 IntT&T 1.15 42Vz 18'/3 18% 14>/a 22'A — Vt 22 33VJ 35'A 13% _ 1/4 5iya 1»» 55 +2'/B 35'A + ** . 'AlJontogn .80 y 4 :JonLaug -50g • 12 26'/a 2E'A 28% -Vt 32'/i + VB 34 — .Vi S6Vz 4- *t 28% + % 2078 54 7 /a + li 40% -i- 14 9CP/4 — Va 56^/4 + "A 44 '/• 24 53 33Vz 10 23'A 71 34% 263 26'A 196 81% 35 37% 40 30 7 /9 71 7'/» 35 69 07 135 8% 783 43¥a 48 39'/a 29 62>/» SI 17 192 15'A 18 34'/2 1 16'A 12 39% 18'/» 23'/B 23'A 44% 33'/» 23 34% 26'/s £0'/2 37'/» 35',i 22'/» 22% 33'/» — % 23 4- V« 34V« ..... 26'A ..... flWd — '/• 37'A ..... 30V: ..... 7 7 /8 + 'A 35 7 /o — 'A Jostens .70 Joy Mfg 1.40 KaisrAlum 1 Kan GE 1.44 KanPLt 1.38 Katy Ind Kennecotr 2 KerrJWcG .60 KibClk 1.20 KnghtN .3:9 Koppers 1.6D Kraftco 1.70 KresgeSS .50 Kroger 1.30 LearSieg .20 LehPCe .40 LehVal Ind 148 !"'/» 1*% 136 32'A 32V8 37 341/4 33 7 /s 299 56'/i -55'/a 65 28% 28 69 20% 20% 31 42% 41 —J— 8 54'/B 29 407a 4!»4 32 90=A 90V» 17 56% S6'A 5 15'A 2 27'/8 48 62'A —K— 59 28'A 24 25 . 11V= 3T/8 44Ve 54'A 15'/4 27% Un Elec 1.28 UnOIICal 1.60 Un Pac Cp 2 Unirayal .70 UnilAIr 1.80 UnBrands .30 UnltCp .50g Unit MM 1.30 US Gyps 3 US Indsut .60 US PlyCh .84 US Self 1 US Steel 1.60 Univ Oil ,20p UnivCptr .87f Upjohn 1.60 76 69 57 214 37 46 28 24 25 11V. 31 '/2 43% 70V2 34'A 39Vl 95Vi 30% 69% 341/4 39 93*a 30'/2 61'A 15 34'A 16'A 11% 39% 13 40% 22 55'/j 71 'A v,; 13V; 100'A _ 14 i Lehmn 1.25g 4- V. Levltz Furn I 'A I LibbOFd 2 .lLibbMCNL Ligg-My 2.50 !-in9Tem vt Littonlnd .50t Lockheed Air Loews Corp 1 LoneStarln 1 34'A — Va 16>A — Va 12 + Va 39% — 'A IB 41 Vt + '/a 22 — 'A 55V2 + 'A 71% + 'A 2*b 13 7 /« 102 LoneSGa 1.36 LonglsLt 1.38 Lucky Sirs 1 Lucky Srr wi LukensStl .80 LVO Corp Lykes Yngsf Macke Co .30 Macy RH 1 MadFd l.OSg 23 1 80 140 41V» 60 22Vj 1 55V2 103 71% 20 2*8 111 16% 71 13'/s 193 102 —B— 35 39'A 30 30'A 9 40 7 /8 8 39'A 16 16 35 45'A 33 43% 195 61% 68 6'A 6Vs 6'/B — '/8 j Mclv Sho .80 618 24V? 23W 24^8 Meorex Cp 31'A 31 V» 31 VB — Vi> i Merck 2.20 15W> + V4J MGM 28*8 T Vt JMidSUtil 1.02 26'A MinnMM 1.85 61% -i- 'A MinnPLt 1.30 14'/2 14*B + Vs MobilOil 2.60 34% 34'/a 4- Va Alohas 1.10 31 31 — % juonsant 1.80 134 27 14 180 273 107 129 51 40 7 9 13 3 16 18 53*B 778 52% 12'/B 26 39 29?'» 40% 39 15*8 4'/2 Magnvox 1.20 ^Marath 1.60 39 — V4 j Marcor .80 30 I Mar Mid 1.70 407« + V, Mar tinAA 1.10 39'A -r '/o 15'/a 4- Vt> 45'A + Vt 43V4 43V2 + VB 61'/» 61% -t- VB 6'/s 6'/s — ' MayDSr 1.60 Maytag 1.1 Oa MDoncD .4Cb McGrwH .60 Mead Corp 1 2 28 114 395 41 : 6 10 89 203 61 —L— 41 lO'/a IP 12 16 15% 20 4Va 4 50 16'/B 16*a 145 84 83 54'A 8 53% 13'/a 26% IP/a 10% 52% 51% 26% 25 J A 27'A 27 22'A 22'/B 40'/3 20-A 19'/i 5'/8 8',« —M— 8 10'/« 29 44 7 /B 56 15'/2 84 51% 22 36% 222 34'A 15 32% 108 20'A 38 4S*h 3 38% 26 28 Vt 90 19'A 57 18Vj 13 58 15'A 27*i 61% — % Varian Asso VendoCo .30p 2B _yJvaE.P«1.12 24 WahCp 1.20 WarLa 1.30 washWP 1.36 WstnAir 2.19f Wn Ban 1.30 WnUnion 1.40 Westg El 1.80 Weyerhs .80 Whirl Cp 1.60 White Motor Whi (taker Willias Co WlnnDx 1.74 Woolwth 1.20 25 11V4 + 'A 31% — Va 34'A — Va 39% + 'A 95 +1'A 30% 4- Va 40'/2 20V4 19'A 5*8 8% ml57« — VB 4 — Vt 16*8 — i/B 84 + Vi 53% — 'A 7 7 /a 52'/B — % 12 7 /a — Vt 26'A — Vt 10% + 'A 52'/: + 1/4 26»A -M 27V4 -I- Va 22'/B — 'A 40V3 — % 20V2 — '/8 19V2 19 . 33% 62 il'A 32% 13% 8>A 8 29Vs 18 70'/2 •|04 27% 303 32*B 10 27*b 211 30'A 86 17 111 IVi/4 55 67'A 103 15% 18 12'A 103 19 7 /8 —W— 51 62*» 35 74'/2 10 20 7 /a It) 29% 34 96 58 72 53'A 35 92% 189 26*8 80 11 362 451/2 83 47 122 52 18'A 18% 4 33*i • 33 7 /a + 61 Ve 20V2 31% 13'/8 21V. + Vai 32VB H- V. 13% 4 Va| + 'A i 29% 27'/2 — Vl 70 70 Itfft 27 — Ve 31% 33'A -r 'A 27VB. 27Vi — Va 29% 30'/s 4- Vi 16% — Vt 26 7 /a 4 % 67'A — '/! 16*1. 26VB 67 32% 15 12 19*3 62Vo 74 20% 29'A 32% 15% + =,*• 12Va — Vi 19% — Vi 44% 44 92 7 /B «% 51'/a 91 25% 10 7 /a 44'A 46 51*8 «2'/8 — 'A 74'A + 'A 20 7 /a 4 1/4 29% + V» 32% — Vi 44'A 4 1/2 92% — VB Blue Chips Lead Slight Market Rise NEW YORK (AP) — Blue chip stocks firmed today after being off in early trading, but the rest of the market re- Ogden Standard-Examiner, Wednesday, September 15, 1971 3D i LEGAL NOTICES, WALL STREET CHATTER OBITUARIES NOTICE TO CREDITORS Probate No. 12566 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF WEBER COUNTY, STATE Of UTAH. In tne matter of rte estate of George A. CO Credi.o C "oMhe above estate will present - mained lower. •The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials at noon was up 0.15 at 901.80. Earlier it had been down nearly 3 points. Declines, however, mam- 92 A -i' /2 tamed their nearly 2-to-l mar- —XYZ- 216 117'A 116 Xerox Cp .80 216 117'A 116 117'A +!'/. | Zflle Corp .64 23 40 39'A 40 — Vt Zenith R 1.40 92 50>/2 50 50'A - V. Copyrighted by The Assolated press 1971 '!j gin over advances on the New is-/" +1 ! York Stock Exchange. If TV Analysts said the market was k 52 + * drifting without much en- w } ia t would follow wnen "A+iy»ithusiasm as most traders re- STOCK AVERAGES Compiled by The Associated Press mained on the sidelines. UNCERTAINTY HOLDS In the' background was continued uncertainty over what course the economy might take freeze If it begins to look as though President Nixon's Phase II plan for harnessing inflation will be successful, the .stock market !should generate newfound ains, according to Walston £ '''Inflation has been murde- rou < = and any genuine breakthrough against this bad guy would undoubtedly touch off a fresh cycle of celebration in the securities markets," the firm said. One reason the market declined toward the end of the Pres- say the wage-prize freeze ends. "As far as the stock market, and the bond market as well, at least from performance late in the weak, was concerned, tms ay have been a tactical error Annie M. Talbot LAYTON — Mrs. Annie Susan Manning Talbot, 88, of 1183 Rosewood Lane,, died Tuesday in a Layton clinic of natural Mrs.' Talbot was born July 6, 1883, in Farmington, Utah, a daughter of Eli and Deborah Hollist Manning. She was married to- Henry William Talbot on April 17, 1912. in the Salt Lake LDS Tcmpla. He died Oct. 14, 194o. She" was a Sunday School teacher in the Farmington and North Farminoton LDS wards, and was e Relief Society teacher in Layton for 50 years. Creditors or tnc auuvc taion. "•" r< — Phyllis V. Martinez &f * SM h 2$ .« 7 .. trust department of the Commercial Secur- Button & Nixon s failure WeeK Ago . 5%_ y. I Month Ago a;.. _ i/. Year Ago , "" 1971 High 1971 Low .489.9 .471.7 203.1 183.9 136.1 133.8 336.4 319.3 44 15'A 50% 36'A 34'/a 32'A 20 48 38% 27% 19'A 18'A 57* lO'/a 4J'/4 — ^8 51% +l'/a 36'/2 34'A + Vt, 32% — Vi 20Va — Vi 48% -r Va 38% 27% 19'A — 'A 18'A — 'A 57ft — '/a 1970 1970 High Low '-^5 8 5 M" 15" 3 2 36.'4 3 and steels were off. Motors and '"438.8 138.0 132.0 288.1 444.1 143.5 145.6 290.6 ...334.3 95.8 113.2 221.7 ma bv'the President. While few the blom, Mrs, Archie (Verda) Chnstcnsen, ogui ,,„„ wicn i, a of Ogden; 23 grandchildren and 32 great, j hn A (EvJ) r randchildrcn; one brother, James Manning, GuiMerlj Mrs> ' '-""••' , conducted Satur- = f °W « " "^ day at 1 p.m. will the • Maninez w« born April 25. ,901. p Mrs. Phyllis \ Grant, died Tuesi Hospital. Mrs. .. _. in San Antonio, Colo., a dauohtcr of Lucas J. and Mary G. Gallegos Valdcz. She was married to Joseph C. Martinez on June '3, 1921, in Lumbcrton, N.M. The marriage was" solemnized in the Logan IDS Temols on Oct. 17, 1962. She had lived the past 30 years in Og- dcn. Sh« was a member of the Spanish American LDS Branch, and was advisor to the Martinez, teachers. Surviving Ulatl, on or ocrorc iii«;i,- jnu..... rf ..." : dale of first publication hereof. Clan ae o . ust be presented In accordance witn the rovisions of 75-9-5 Utah Code Annotated, e- are her husband ^9537 and "with proper verification as required therein. Dated this 30* day of August, 1971. COMMERCIAL SECURITY BANK By: JERALD N. ENGSTROM (s) Trust Officer .Executor of the EsUtc of George A. Covey, Deceased, JACK A. RICHARDS (s) Attorney for the Executor Pub. Sept. J^j.J_5,_g2,_1971. ~~ NOTICE TO CREDITORS Probate No. 12568 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF WEBER COUNTY, STATE OF UTAH. In the matter of the estate of Herbert J. Corkey, deceased. Creditors of the estate of Herbert J. Corkey, deceased, will present claims with vouchers to the undersigned tt No. 7 Bank of Utah Plaza, Ogdcn, Utah, on or before 5079 tw—I^UV^ Joe D. 9 S- ».-6A ^-of Be«mbe, ^7, C,.^ .. .,_ . , .r .i__>:^.. *j._ must be presented in accordance wnn mo provisions of 75-9-5, Utah Code Annotated, Layton drcn and six great-] sister, Mrs. Celestinc I Chapel, 145 Chapel, Knowlton officiating. . Friends may call at LindQuist's KaysvMIe Friday from 7 .to 9 p.m. and Mortuary IVIUI t V<ll 1 t i iwv r • • • - - _ Saturday from 11 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. Burial will be in the Kaysvillc-Layton Bu.... Memorial Park. extension of the freeze formal announcment of itsj , . still relatively early mjJOnn i.. BOND AVERAGES Compiled by The Associated Press Oils, airlines, chemicals, metals, electronics, rubber issues, and steels were off. Motors and mail order-retail were higher,! while aircrafts and rails were | ^^ " ""of 'un'certainty unchanged. Utilities were ! f hT ™a r §, t » the firm says, mixed. ! i>- i, » cr.nkliS (Bclfina) Valdez, Blanco, N.M. B.shop Franklin] , uncral xn - XK w||| bc hM Friday al II a.m. in the Larkin Chapel of the Dawn with Fred E. Sosa, president of the LDS Spanish American Branch, officiating. Friends may call at the mortuary Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Friday one hour prior to services. Burial will be in the Ogdert City Cemetery. what left too large Net change Noon Wed. Prev. Day Week Ago . Month Ago Year Ago 1971 15VB 27IA 28*s 26*8 62 7 323 306 163 33 119 60 14*8 37 34 7 /a 46 31'/B 31 13V2 10 20'A 75 10% 30 42'/8 127 54'A _.^ ..." --:.,., 460 38% 37'A 38m% + Vt 11971 110 109'/2 108'A 109'A + %!l970 34 231/4 23 23 ,1970 10 Wi 18V4 18% + 32 22% 22'/i 22'A — Vt High Low High Low Rails —.1 50.5.. . 50.6 50.0 . 48.3 50.0 . 51.3 48.1 . 57.2 46.7 10 10 Ind. Util. Fgn. L.Yd. —.3 81.5 813 81.9 814 75.7 84.1 79.7 82.6 74.1 4.1 85.0 84.9 84.8 84.2 79.0 855 82.5 830 75.2 91.8 91.8 91.8' 93.9 87.8 93.1 88.4 91.4 87.4 79.6 79.6 79.0 78.2 73.1 80.S 77.2 77.9 71.3 Block trades included 142,900 shares of Chase Manhattan Mortgage & Realty Trust at 59; 100,000 Of Eli Lilly at 118; and 70,000 of Imperial Corp. of America at 14%, All blocks traded unchanged from their Tuesday close. 46 120 7 /8 120V8 120'A 4 Vt 10 13% — Va 19'/a + '/8 lQi/4 4 'A 42 53'/3 319 1301/2 129% 130% —C— 24 7% 7V; 3 7 7 /o 30 29VJ 31 7 29 16 36 167 115 33 71 81 10 19 30 6 20 3TA 23'/2 39'A ISVa 16'/a 55*i> 771/2 44% 43'/a 15*8 33*8 31V MontDUt 1.83 MOnr Pw I.o8 MorNOr .80 Motorola .60 WUFeul S 1.80 MtStaTT 1.36 - Nabisoc 2.20 7 7 /o — Vt NatAirln ,10p Nat Can .45 NatCashR .72 33 51 2 3 66 155 23'A 23'A — Va Nat Distil .90 38% 39IA -i- *n i Nat Fuel 1.68 17% 18V» 4 %iNat Genl .20 16% 16 7 /a — ''8 i N a t Gyp 1.05 55% 55*8 4 Vt \ N a . Indst 77% 77V; — VB Nat steclu 2.50 441/B 43% 15'A 44 Vt • 43 7 /8 • 24 24% 55 27 11 40 283 _. 7: 4558 45'A 60 44% 44'A 22 47% 169 35 6'/2 15V2 IS'.A J3 42% 6'A 29% 47'A 34V2 42% — 6'A .. 30% + 45 7 /a 4- '/= 44% — 47% 4 34'/J — Not Tea .80 Natomas .25 NevPow 1.24 . Newberry 1 NEngEl 1,56 lNcwmn( 1.04 (NiagMP l.io INL Ind 1 Norfolk W 5 Norris Ind 1 No Am Phil 1 INoAmRk 1.43 NoNGas 2.60 NoSraPw 1.70 {Northrop 1 10 20'/8 313 50'/2 34% 49 33 29VB ' 25% 85% 40Va 15 ' 22% —N— 26 52 11 24% 9 241/2 54 42% 66 15*a 8 2S'/B 76 27 92 23 22 6% 26 41*» 4 13'/2 212 9Q1/2 5 351/2 15 25'A 29 22*8 102 72 78 20'A 49% 34'A 48 'A 32'/a 29'/8 25 83'/2 40'/s 22'/ 3 20% — Va 501/2 4 % 34% 4 1/4 48*8 — 'A 29'/« 25 85% 4 Vi 40V8 ..... 22% 4 Vi SO'/o 52 24% 24 24'A 42% DOW-JONES AVERAGES STOCKS 30 Industrials 20 Transportation 15 Utilities 65 Stocks BONDS 40 Bonds 10 Hlaher grade rails 10 Second sradD rails ... 10 Public utilities 10 Industrials LIVESTOCK MARKET . 901.80+0.15 . 240.78—1.10 SALT LAKE CITY—Ulah-ldaho-Eastern Nevada fecdlot and range sale, Tuesday, September 13, 1971 federal-state: Slaughter steers and heifers rather siow .—. compared to last week's close. Steers most- 51.55—0.14 i ly steady; heifers steady to weak. Volume 64 71 unch | of slaughter steers and heifers iust mod' • - . . 308.53—0.50 . 71 .37—0.07 Many consider the week after Labor Day as the beginning of a new business year and the Alexander Hamilton Institute Inc. thinks it is off to a good start in light of the strong stock market showing last week. A major reason the firm feels the showing was good was President Nixon's assertion he was opposed to an excess profits HX talk Of Which, Some analysts said, dampened enthu- ed Tuesday j of natural I vi Peterson, Morgan County, in the McKay Hospital in Ogdi causes. . , ., Mr. Young was born Nov. . Peterson, a son of William and Julia An- married to Geneve 1895. Burnett on Nov 8, 1916, in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. He was a. member of the Peterson LDS and served as a counselor in the truction worker. Ward —- ... Sunday School and MIA. siasm. He was i farmer and constn Surviving are his widow of Peterson; four 'ons and two daughters. Carl J. Young, Bertus F. Young, Mrs. Virgil W. (Bernice) Garner Mrs Mathcw J. (Muriel) Miller, ali of Ogden; Eldon M. Young, RigW. Idaho; Vcfn W. Young, Peterson; 32 grandchildren and 25 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted Friday at 1 p.m. in the Peterson Ward Chapel with Bishop Clifton Wayne Jenkins official-mo. Friends may call at the Walker Mortuary in Morgan Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m. and 1 ' chapel Friday one hour prior Burial w'ill be in the Washington Heights The improvement .in the Memorial Park m ogden. NEW YORK (AP) — Noon New York | 24V2 | Stock Exchange Index: 42'/2 + '/a I Market Unchanged 15% 15*8 + IA I Index 54.96 24 7 /8 25Va 4 '/a InOustrial 59.10 26'A 26% 4 'A Transprtatlon 47.94—0.19 22% 22 7 /a— '/8 Utility 37.H 6'/2 6% 4 Va Finance 72.2640.16 13V2 -(• '/« 90*a +2 35'/2 35'/j ..... 25% — t/4 13'A 87% 16 41 106 7 /s lOS'A 106?a 4TVB|Nwst Airl .• "-12 31 27 49*i 6 14% $ 29! B 73 45'A 51 33 26 69'A 24 25'/B 51 36% 55 641,3 80 25V» 47% 28Vi> 26 30*8 64 167s 114 37™ 37 47'A 115 32 129 21 Vs 126 60 22 29 16 243% 27 12 19 32V4 136 321.2 50 28*. 74 11 103 19*8 35 32% 48% 14-V 29*. 44 7 's 32% 68V4 24?s 36V2 63% 25 49 — 25 — '•» 36% + Va 64V4 4 V; 25V8 84'A 39 25% 28% 22% 30'/j 15=4 18 24% 28 Vi 19*8 30'/3 22*0 — Vt 30'A — 'A IS'/B —''/a M 39 25% 4 *» 28'A — *n 47'/a — *» 26'/B — 'A 19% — V. 47*8 47% 28 28 30'A 30'A • 16™ 4 'A ! NwtBanc 1.40 'Norton 1.50 | NOrr Sion OhioEdis 1.54 lOkla GE 1.24 OklaNGs 1.24 Olin Corp .83 Omarkln ,62f Otis Elev 2 OutbdMar l Owen Cng .75 541/a 22 116 —O— 325 16 34 23 35% ...'..128.09 5.39 128.09 I 5.86 Ovcr-rhc-CouiiTer Bid | Asked Browning Arms Equity Oil First Security Corp. 14.00 1 1 .87Vi! 44.75 Morrison-Knudsen 118.50 15.50 12.12V2 45.50 18.871/2 Investment Funds Bid Asked t .u.* u - packers are continuing to buy mosl-ly for immediate requirements. Not enough jales feeder cattle confirmed to j . , test- that trend. Slaughter lamps were weak h-j^g first halt 01 to 50c lower. Feeder lambs steady. Slaugh- , ,, our wa y to ter steers; Confirmed 1,457. Choice yield j 06 well ou uui j _ economy should, pick up momentum within the next few ! months," the firm said By " we should 23% 20'A 13*8 43','.. 41 32 +*B|pacGEI 21V. -r !"ipacLtg_ 8% -f- ' 1.64 , =, 1.6" - /J ;PacPctrl .300 — ; 2 IPacPwu l.« 36% ;7*i 4- *ii Owen '" " 1 ' 3S 46^3 47 31'A 20 7/ 8 591.4 60 28% 281: 243 243% 4 'A p ac T&T 1.20 1l 7 ,a 12 4 Va p ari AmS .20p 3l'A 31 7 /B — *a PanArn W Air 32 32'A — *8|panhEP 1.80 27'/s 26Va 4 '/B|p enn Ccnf Dixie "* Penney JC 1 " PaPwLt 1.60 PcnnzUn .80 PepsiCo 1 Pfizer .60a Phelps D 2.10 18% 4 VatPhila El 1.64 •WB PhilMorr 1.20 48>/4 4 'A Pnill Fet 1.30 531,-, ... ; PltneyS .68 45V2 4 Vai Polaroid .32 71/4 _ 1/4 I PortGEI 1.33 22 13 4858 32 5SV4 —P— 27 30% 9 18 11 44 39 105 18 117 20 94 57 311 74 194 22 123 46 233 57 34% 24 17% 12»,4 113.4 32% 6Vl TO'/a 72% 23% 26% 62 41'A 38 21% 68% 31 Vt 25% 20 7 /a 20 13'/2 42% 40 48*8 55 30'A 24V2 34'A 23% 17'A 12'/2 11'A 32>/3 6*4 10*8 72 23'A 25 7 8 61'/8 40'A 37*i> 2Ra 68 30'/2 25 Affiliated Fund American Inv Axe Houghton Boston Fund Capital Life Dreyfous I€aton & Howard Ba'. . ,. -.••;; I Eaton a Howard Stk. 54 T /4 |Fi,irficld Fioelity Cap, 16 4 Vi Fidelity Trend 23 4 Vt Fin. Dynamics ,..,-- 23'A — Va Fin Ind. Fund 20^8 ..... Founders Mutual .... 20 Manhattan Fund 13'A—Va Mass. Inv. Growrii ... 43'A + '/2 Mass. Inv. Trust 40 — % Putnam Growth 48% 4 '/a! putnsm Inv 55'A " 30% 4 'A 24*B 4 '/j 341/4 — V; 175h ! 12*5 11*8 I I*:::::' 10 7 /8 721/8 — Vt 23'A — Vs 261i> 4 VB 61 Va —I'/a 40'A — Vt 37% 4 'A 21 *J — Vs 68*8 4 Va 31 4 'A 25% Steadman Growth Security Eq. fund Sup. Inv. Growth Value Line Spec. Wellington .... W?tern Ind Winfield Div. Shares Ivest Keystones Keystone K2 Keystone SI Keystone S2 Keystone S.I Keystone S4 I 7.36 5.77 i.S6 8.20 6.78 12.36 10.26 14.15 S0.45 12.36 24.72 4.42 3.89 8.89 5.30 12/97 14.36 10. '89 8.66 16.02 3.86 7.68 5 55 111.59 ! 6 09 4.34 3.76 7.96 5.77 6 37 8.95 7.43 13.55 11 2! 15.46 Ml .42 J13.5I 24.72 4.84 3.26 9.72 5.79 14.17 115.69 11.90 9.46 16.02 4.23 8.46 6.C3 12.67 I 6 66 4 34 ! 4.12 118.11 grade 2-4 1,000-1,200 Ibs. 32.00-32.50; two loads average to high choice reputation high yielding 1,100-1,125 ibs. 33.00 Mixed good and choice 31.25-32.25; good and choice Hoisteins 1,200-1,400 Ibs. 27.50- Slaughter heifers: Confirmed 575. Choice yield grade 2-4 850-950 Ibs. 30.00-30.75. Feeder cattle: Confirmed 520. All for immediate delivery; 240 choice 735 Ib. steers '33.00; 175 good and choice 950 Ib. Hoisteins 26.30 delivered. Sheep: Confirmed 3,000. Choice and prime including choice and fancy spring slaughter and feeder lambs 25.50-26.00, ^delivery immediate to October 1. 1 Slaughter caKle f.o.b. fcedlols, 4-5 per jcenr shrink, immediate to three weeks de- I iivery. Feeders f.o.b, weighing point, 3-4 i per cent shrink; sheep equivalent 4 per I cent shrink, delivery as stated. conditions. Stocks should thus be bought now to shares the upturn." The Dines Letter looks for an ... •__ iU „ jntcinL- VITAL STATISTICS UTAH DEATHS Associated Press Caroline B. Nokleby, 86, Salt Lake City William H. Jarvis, 88, Maple- Dated this 31st day of August, 1971. (s) MELBA CORKEY Melba Corkcy, Executrix of the Estate of Herbert J. Corkcy, Deceased. KUNZ S. KUN7. By: PAUL T. KUNZ Attorneys for Executrix No. 7 Bank of Utah Plaia Ogdcn, Utah Pub. Sept. 1. 8, IS, 22, 1971. 507B —— (TjjficE 0 F SALE Civil N. 53488 well, defendant. Under and by virtue of an Order cf Sale and decree of foreclosure issued out of the above entitled aclion on the 3rd day of September, 1971, I am commanded 10 sell at public auction all that parcel of land situated in Ogdcn, Weber County, Utah described as follows, to-wil: Part of lot 6, Block 33, Plat "C," Osdcn City Survey: Beginning SW corner lot 6, thence E. 3 rods; thence N. 42 feel,- thence W. 8 rods; thence S. 42 feel to beginning. Notice is hereby given 1ha1 on the 29th day of September, 1971, at 2:00 p.m. o'clock of said day on the front step; of the Municipal Building in Ogden, Weber Alvin C. Guymon, 79, Orange- i |S' y of^'ic,' sdi' ,t°al«e C teU'cd so much thereof as may be lo satisfy plaintiff's judgment. ton Elizabeth Bell Reid Buchanan, 75, Salt Lake City. Laura Alice Thuesen Blake, 90, Salt Lake City Ville property, 01 John L. Young, 75. Peterson Dr. William C. Cheney, 77, |b Salt Lake City | Woodrow Brown, 54, Salt Lake j City with interest and cost, to the highest ddcr. Dated 1<iis 7lh day of September, 1971. ED RYAN, Weber County Sheriff By: LT. JACK HARTMAN Deputy Sheriff Robert H. Flagler, 87, Salt Lake City Amos V. Maxfield, 73, Salt Lake City Woodruff Ramsey, 53, Provo I Pub. Sept. 8, 15, 22,_197_K__ 5089 important top in the stock market rise by. October, possi- blv in the 975 range on the DJH It says it is dubious the Empey, average will reach the 1,000 | Sept- 14 . mark on this p articul ar ^ inkley— BIRTHS McKAY HOSPITAL Dominguei—Raymond and Mary Garcia, 157 W. 21st, girl, Sept. 14. Haynes—Charles and Georgia 322 E. 4675 S., girl, mark Up <'So Se traders may buy some issues now, sell others short and long-term investors should -- ; begin to get ready to sell and CHICAGO GRAIN jdevelop the buying power or CHICAGO (AP) — Wheat No 2 hard red 1.53'/in; No 2 soft red 1.42V4n. Corn No 2 yellow 1.16%n. Oats No 2 extra heavy white 68n. Soybeans No. 1 yellow 3.13 ] /m. Soybean oil 13.19n. the says. 'next decline," the letter 01'— FUNERAL NOTICES 1.1.01 SECTION .. ADVERTISEMENT RECEIPT OF PROPOSALS: Scaled | Bid_ 5.76 20.16 ... H 0.88 .. .1 8.66 i 5.23 6.31' 22.09 11 .92 9.49 5.73 GRAIN FUTURES FAMILY LAWYER day For a few dazed moments (AP) - Wednes- after ^collision; Charles could not quite figure out what had WHEAT 20 — -Va 17 — 'A 33'A — i.'n 44V, — 'A 72'A — 'A 33*8 — '-'a 221/4 — '-'B 70 154% 154 154'A - Vj 47 23 22'a 23 32 ll'/a 1T/8 ll"a . East Air Lin EasKodak la Eaton 1.40 EchlinMf .60 EG8.G .10 EIPasoNG '1 EltrdCp 1.20 Emer El l-io Essexlnt 1.20 Ethyl CP .84 EvonsP .600 Fairch Cam Fansteel Inc Feelers .50 FedDeptStr 1 Filtrol 1.40 l=irestnc- 1.60 Fst Chart Flintkote- 1 Fla Pow 1.68 FlaP«vt-t 2.12 FMC Cp .'AS Food Fair .90 Ford M 2.60 ForMcKs .80 Fruchf 1.70 GAC Cp .40p GAP Corp .40 Gam Sko 1.20 Gannett .43 Gen Dynam GcnElec 1.40 GenFood 1.40 GenMills .56 Gen/wot 2.55g G PubUt 1.60 GnTelEl 1.52 Gen Tire Ib Genesco 1.70 GaPacif .80b Gerber 1.30 GettyO 1.13g Gillette 1.40 Glen Aldcn Global Marin Goodrich l Goodyr .85 Grace 1-50 Grant W 1.50 Grt A&P 1.0 GtWest Finl GtWnUnit .90 Grn Giant .96 Greyhound 1 GrummnCp 1 Gulf Oil 1.50 GlfStUtil 1-W GulfWn .60 GUWnlnd wt Halliburt 1.05 Harris Int 1 HeclaM .50f Hercules -75g Heubletn .85 Hew Pack .20 Hoff Electrn Holldylnn .25 • HollySug .30p Homestke .40 Honywll-1.30 HousehF 1.20 HousLP 1-32 Howet JO IdamhoPw 1.70 Ideal Bas .60 111 Cent-1.14 Imprl Cp Am INACP'1.40 Ingcr Rand 2 Inland Stl 2 48% 77 202 33 3 74 24'.69 17 7 /a 19 26=A 35 74 7 /a 33 4PA 36 23 13 49Vi —F— 108 39 7 /B 8 10'A 96 44 J- /B !»'.» 18v» 84'/» 84 43?» 43'A 48% 24'/8 26'A 74*s 40 3 -4 19', a 4- ' 84?4 + : 43*8 .... 48*8 ' 8 ilA't -r *B 74*8 — Vi 135 14 39V» 39« + '/: 10V» lO'/a — Vtl 44','B 44 7 'a -t- Vt 47VB 47*8 — Vl 22'A — 'A 55% — 'A PPG Ind 1.40 ProctGm 1.50 PubSCol 1.12 P Sv EG 1.64 Publklnd .3Cf Pueblo In .28 PugSPLt 1.84 Pullman 2 | Qucstor .50 I RalstonP .70 • Ranco Inc .92 I Raytheon .60 [RCA l I Reading Co 1 Rdg Bate .25 ' Reich Ch .20 RcpubStl 1.60 Reyn Ind 2.40 RcynMet .60 RoanST 1.23g RohrCp .80 RoyCCola .54 RoyDut 1.04g Ryder Sy .50 168 103 102'/4 102Vj — '/• 4 21% 21% 21 Vi — Va 4V/4 73'A 119 6 21*4 130 2S 7 /a 8 5*8 7 16'A 14 28 7 /B 37 56 —Q— 14 18 7 /» —R— 42 32V2 13 102 230 32 3 A 7'A 29Vj 40V3 72Vj 21 'A 38'A 6 28 25 88 24^s 9 66 185 62 72 W.1 3J 6'A 70 IS 23 28 39% 16 28'A 5 32 21 38'/s 32 '/s ffl't 23=!i 65'A 60 Vi 20*8 6 17'/a 27% 39V2 553.4 4V/4 73V: + Vi nvt ..... 25% — Vt 5'/2 + '/o 16 — *8 28'/8 + Vt 55 —1 55'A 55'A 27V4 26*4 30',i 30 24 15 43'/J 9 63 7 /s 34 28'A 30'A 4- 'A 43'A 63 7 /a — Vl 338 71'A 90 22*8 38 19'A 101 38*i —G— 61 14 224 20'A 14 41'A W 53'/i 36 20 7 /a 368 ' 627s 110 36V4 19 36*a 394 83*8 73 22^ 319 30 7 /a 49 27 16 30 J A 50 54'A 82 48*8 25 86 97 43'A 69 8»i> 28'/2 15*» 69Vj 19'A 381/8 13Va 19% 36 36 S2'/a 22*4 30*8 26'/2 30'/I 53 7 /a 47% 85'/2 42*i> 8Vj Safeway 1.30 StJoeiW 1.50 Stt Sa F 2.40 StRegisP 1.60 Sanders Asso Sa Felnd 1.60 SanFelnt .30 SCherPIg .90 SCM Corp SCOA Ind .60 Scot. Paper 1 SearsRo 1.40 ~ 1/4 1 Shell Oil 2.40 — % I Shell Tr .859 4 — 'A i Shei-w Wm 2 Signal Co .60 SingerCo 2.40 Smith KF 2 Sony Corp 40*» 18'/8 19 7 /8 63 3 ,s 70 93'A 47'/e 35'/« 22 3 A 54'/2 33 Vs 10^8 31 'A 39% 58'/l 20% — Vs 62To + Vi 36% 36'/s — Vt 83*8 4- *a 22Va — Vi 30*1 -f- VB 26IA + VB 30Vi — Ve 53 7 /B — VB 48'A — ft 86 42% Va SCar EG 1.33 SouCalE 1.50 South Co 1.26 SouNGas 1.40 Southn Pac 2 SouthrnRy 3a SperrR .55g SquareD -80a Squibb 1.50 StBrands 1.50 61 14 5M'4 —5— 49 35*8 18 23 9 55 47 34 64 10 7 /8 132 31*i> 15 66 74 33 208 43 30 70 96 2 36*4 36 3 A 7 848:1/4 48% 68 19*8 68*8 57'/k 17'/8 23'/a 30 7 /8 20* 19*» 67 7 /a 69*8 46°A 22 57 129 48 184 264 19'/» 67'/2 57 17Vn 32'/2 21'A 4- Va 33'/B 4- Va 32'A 4- *8 71/4 4- Vt 29'A 4- ^a 9 24'A — VB 65!'s + Vt 61*8 4-lVs 20% — Vs 6i/8 4- Va 18 4- 3 A 39Vj — 'A 56=A 4- Vt 35*8 4- Va 23 4- V, 55 — Vs 34 • + Va 10*4 31 *B — VB 397/5 _ V, 82% — Va | 18 — '/a 13*i 4- Vi 19*i 4- V4 67 7 /8 —*4 70 93 3 A 4-T/a 46% 4- 'A 36% — *'» 48*a 4- VB SPECIAL STOCKS High Low Albertson's . 11% "'/2 Allied Stores 3S'A SSVa Arlan's oVa 6/2 CCI Marquardr 6 5J-e Con. Freightways -47ya 47/2 Del Monte 23'/2 230/a Denver & Rio Grande ..24-% 24% Montana Power 29/a 29/a Mountain Bell Tel 22'/2 22V 2 Mountain Fuel 40i/a 401/8 PI'E 2*'/2 2 J IA Pillsbury 49S-8 49 Skaggs Drug 34,/a 33% •Utah PS.L 331/8 32% Utah Construction 723 /8 /1'/a Vornado 27> 26% Grant, W. T. Co 65 64'/2 Stanray 'o 1 / 8 ^ yi Sep Dec Mar May bjul High Low Close 1.48 ] /s 1.45% 1.45% 1.48% 1.46 1.46 1.48% 1.47% 1.47% 1.48 1.46 1.46 1.39% 1.37% 1.37% Last 1 1 % 35Vi 6V2 5% 47V2 23'>/2 24=A 29>/s 221/2 CORN happened. Then bered: the traffic light had changed directly from .green to red, skipping amber. I Unable to stop, he had rolled into the intersection in front of Rodgers, 120 E. '5250 S., girl, Sept. 14. Racker—Evan and Rhea Asay, 301 N. Main, No. 35, Layton, boy, Sept. 14. | Sickinger—Jim and Terri Lee Snitchler, 1719 N. Luke, Layton, | girl, Sept. 14. I Taylor—Larry D. and Margo I Champncys, 451 E. 1225 N., girl, Sept. 14. i Todd—Gary D. and Wendy' Ellingford, 952 Capitol, boy, Sept. 14. Weaver—Billy and Rosa Taitano, RFD, Coalville, boy, Sept. 14. McEntire—Karl and Laurie Sullivan, 521 23rd, boy, Sept. 15. JENNE — Funeral services for Pearl j e n n c, widow of Jesse C. Jcnnc, will be conducted Thursday al 11 a.m. in the Larkin Chapel of *he Dawn with Bishoo Gilbert Shaw officiating. Friends may call at the m or tuary Wednesday from 7 lo 9 p.m. and Thursday prior to services. Intpnnent in the Ogdcn City Ccmc- t e r y, directed by Larkin and Sons Mortuary. BRIMH'iLL - Funeral scr MARTINEZ — Funeral services for Phyllis V. Martinez, wife of Joseph E. Martinez, will be held Friday at 11 a.m. in the Larkin Chapel of the Dawn wijh branch President Fred E. Sosa conducting. Friends may call at tne mortuary Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Friday one hour prior to services. Interment in the Ogden City Cemetery, directed by Larkin and Sons Mortuary Sep Dec Mar May Jul 1.17 1.16 1.16 | an oncoming truck. 1.16% 1.15% 1.15V4 1.20 7 /3 1.19% 1.197s 1.24 1.23 1.257a 1.25 OATS 2& Dec 33% 331/a 723/8 640,4 161/8J Mar May Jul .66% .67 J A .6?y 8 .67 .66 .65% .66 J /8 .66% .66% 1.23 1.25 .65% .66% .66% .66% Blaming his accident on the fickle signal, Charles determined to seek damages from the city. But at a court hearing, RANDOM REFERENCES e city denied liability: "»""« "We can't be held legally Ilcense " Betty Elizabeth .Archuletta, 18, 3234 Pacific, was fined $90 or 45 days in jail in Ogden City Court when she pleaded guilty to leaving the scene of an accident, failure to keep a proper lookout and driving without a hall will be held Thursday al 12 noon at the Clearfield 9th Ward Chapel, 326 Center Street. Friends may call at Lind- quisfs Clcarficld Mortuary Wednesday fro"! 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday from 10 until 11:30 a..m. Intormenl in the Provo Cemetery. Funeral Directors Lindquist's Clearfield Mortuary. WARREN — Funeral services for Mabel Christina Clark Warren will be held Friday at 1 o.m i" the West Point Ward Chapel. Friends may call at Lindquist's Keysvillc Mortuary Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Friday from 11 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Interment in the Syracuse Cemetery. Funeral directors-Lindquisfs Kaysyjllc Mortuary^ Proposals on forms prepared by 1hc Engineer will be received by the Hooper Water Improvement District at 3785 Harrison Blvd., Ogdcn, Utah, until 2:00 p.m. (local time) on Tuesday, September 21, 197!, for tlic construction of a v/cll 430 feet deep « follows: Enlargement of a 4-inch pilot ho,c; furnishing anc installation of 330 feet 12- inch I.D. casing, 70 feet 10-inch I.D. L. leasing, and 40 feet stainless steel well screen; developing, test pumping and disinfecting of the well localed in the Northwest-Quarter of Section 11, Township 5 North, Range 2 West, in accordance wilh Drawings, Specifications and other Ccn- tfact Documents prepared by John C. Reeve end Associates, Inc., 3785 Harrison BIV l d i-02° 9d p C RbPOSALS WILL 3E PUBLICLY OPENED AND READ AT 2:00 P.M. (local lime) on Tuesday. Sepl. 21, 1971, 3785 Harrison Blvd. Ogdcn, Utah. 1.1.03 OBTAINING CONTRACT 0 0 C L!M'ENTS: Drawings, Specifications and oilier Contract Documents may be obtained upcn application at the office of John 0. Reeve a.id Associates, Inc. after 9:00 a.-n, t,n Monday, Aug. 30, 1971. 1.1.04. PROPOSAL GUARANTY: E a c li Ices for Glen Brim-] p ropos j| s |, a ii be accompanied by on «• - J ..... 1/5 rt """ ceptabte fon.-. of Proposal Guaranty in an amount equal 10 At least 1cn (10) per cent of the amount of the Proposal payable to Hooper Water Improvement District as a guaranty that if the Proposal is acccptM, the Bidder will execute the Contract and file acceptable Performance and Labor and Material Payment Bonds within ten (10) days after the award of 1hc Contract. 1.1.05 OWNERS RIGHTS RESERVED: The Hooper Witer Improvement District hereinafter called the Owner, reserves the rignt to reject any or all Proposals and to w^ive any formality or technicality in any Proposal in the interest of the Owner. 1 1.06 PREQUALIFICATION: Prcqua!ific«- 1ion of bidders is required. The forms for prcqualification can be obtained without charge from the Engineer, John 0. Reeve and Associates, Inc. At least (3) days will be needed to check over Prcqualification Applications before plans can be released to 5076 02 — FLORISTS And The Flowers Are Furnished By Olive and Mark Klenke Floral 12955 Washington Phone 394.3474 liable every time a signal gets out of order. We .would be SOYBEANS . . . . ,, .65% .65% I swamped with lawsuits. UTAH-IDAHO GRAIN EXCHANGE . CLOSING OUOTATIONS Wheat delivered Ogdcn Truck Bids N'o. 1 Red Ord. Protein ' ™ No. 1 Red 10 Protein No. 1 Red 11 Protein No. 1 Red 12 Protein No. 1 Red 13 Protein No. 1 White Wheat No. 2 W. Barley, 46 or B (Wheat per bushel, barley per cwt,) Sep ! Nov Jan Mar May Jul Ogdcn car Total 46. ..v.i.,., -.-•-, .--• rrivals: Wheat 40, 1.35 1.39 1.43 1.48 1.40 2.20 ) icy 6. 3.12% 3.07% 3.70% 3.16 J /8 3.11% 3.11% ?.20V2 3.15 ] A 3.15% 3.24% 3.19% 3.19% 3.27% 3.22% 3.23% 3.24% 3.19% 3.29V8 3.24 3.24% 3.19 OMAHA LIVESTOCK OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — (USD A) — Livestock quotations Wednesday: Hogs 7,000; bar- and £eady ^,..-.«/-^v /-DAIKI CHIL.AGO OKAIIN " 19'A Va 45 88 Vt 31% 27% 8V» — Va Std Kollsman 435S5=» + *|gglS -*"l^a _- Vt StOllNJ Z./iy "•[Vt — W StdOilOh 2.70 64% _ i/,!staul Ch 1.80 24'/j -!- i/jiSterlDrug .80 27 _%'~ 1143 33'/« 41 32 U 45 16 Wi 232 27'/i 40 26% 16 19V4 170 23*a 66 l*'/7 286 28'/a 14 21 VA 74 27'A 63 9V, —H— 12 66% 60',i 18V» 24Vt 17 26'A 1»'A 51 V, 45'/4 31 55 52 59 27 40% 4 14 93 45 1 UVi 65 26% 16 28'/i 21 Ve 26=,i I'/e 66'A 59IA 17*« 50' 45 39 StevensJ 1.50 StudWor 1.20 19i/^_ iiisunOil ID 23V 8 -*- Vt SurvyFd ,J3g 16 I/;— % SWift CO .70 28 3 /4 + '/BlSystron Donn 21 Vt — Vt' v \" T ','? T 8 m P a El - 80 91/8 -i- v» jcktronix Teledyne .63 Telex Cp iTnmxo 1.32 I Texaco 1 ,i n TexETrn 1.53 Tex G Sul .60 Te^sslnst .81) 58 126 14 127 72 53 79'/i 45 44 . 19 6Vt 198 55% 90 65Vj 241 72% 22 B5'/4 91 4434 48 45 J /4 8 28 7 57 7 /n 54 5% 43'/« 134i 68% + 57 — Vt 17'/n + Vl 23'/o + Vi 30% 3CP/4 — Vt 20% 20'/3 — Vt 471/0 47V: -r "4 44% 88'/4 + '/" 31 + VB 27V. + '/• 79'/4 — % 44 -f- Vt 6% — Vi 55% 44'/2 5 18 30% 27 Vt 79 43% 6% 55'/4 64'/B 71% 85 44V» 45Va 27% 57% S4 | 42'/o 13% 51 VB + Vt 45'/8 + VB 40% +1 21'A 34 24 137a 25% 32V. :"") IS'A 137a 13%— V. TcxPLd .50g 43% 44% -t-!'/4 iTextron .90 141/8 141/0— VilThiOkOl .40 26 26 — % ! Thrift Or .70 22 111% 110'/8 lU'A — Vt 28 51 26 44% 8 16 44'A 15% 50% — 447a + Vt 15% TimesMir .50 TimKen 1.88 Todd Ship .80 Trans W Air Transra .55 14 32'/« 32% 32% ... JTRw|n<:la 13 18 17'/8 17?'a — VB , Twcnt cent 2S 4C 7 /e 40'/2 40 1 /! — % . 726 14'/B 14% 14'/a 4- '/«: 68 54'/a 54% 54% - Vi | UAL Inc 54 59 58 59 + V4 UMC Ind .72 13 —T— 121 21% 25 34'/4 104 24% 109 14Vt 163 25% 6M8 32% "n Vt .35 IKt «/ 11: 1 17V1 150 31 Vi 69 12V2 8 22VJ 59 473/4 20 41 Vn 8 19 490 32V« 200 18% IB'/jm 53 27% 27'/» 59 35'/i 35'/« 165 10% lO'/j 65'/i 4- Vt n'/t + Vt ey/t + vi 44V4 + Vc 45VJ + Vt !7% + Va 57% — % 54 5% -t- Vt 43 13% + % 21% ..... 34'A + Vi 24IA -I- VB 14 ..... 25% + Vt 32% — Vt '" + "" 15% — H It. .4 +!'/.• 17'/s 17'/I ..... 3n% 31 'A + ''. 12% + Vt 22W •+• Vt 46%— !% 4i - *\* + ... CHICAGO (AP) — A prolonged wave of heavy liquidation in the last 15 minutes sent soybeans futures lower by more than 5 cents a bus.hel on the Chicago Board of Trade Wen- desday. , , In the last few seconds, however, some of the loss was trimmed. ., H Corn futures fell more than 1 cent and wheat eased nearly 2 cents. Oats closed around 1 cent lower. Trade was mixed an the major pits but the pace was eery slow except for the first half hour and the- closing 15 minutes. At the close, soybeans were down 4% cents, September 3.07%; wheat was nearly 2 cents lower, September 1.45%; corn was down 1 cent, September 1.16 and oats were down 1 cent, September 65% 25 higher; 1-3 200-260 Ib 18.5019-W: few lots 190-200 Ib 18.0013 _ 00 . 200-220 Ib 13.00-18.50; 2-4 i 260-280 Ib 18.00-18.60; 3-4.280-340 around cents. MARKETS AT GLANCE (. • , .,. _ ... However, Charles' attorney proved that this particular signal had been, malfunctioning for a full week before the accident. The court concluded that the city was guilty of ne g 1 i g e n c e , and granted Charles' claim. CAN COLLECT Some cities still retain their 'sovereign immunity" against being sued. But ia most places, a motorist can indeed collect damages for an accident caused by a traffic light or a stop sign that has been neglected. There have even been cases holding the city liable, when a stop sign was obscured by °A motorist hurt in a crash blamed it on the fact that a stop sign was hidden, by the leaves of counts with a tax accounting. Free delivery service. Prescription Center, dial 393-8436. (adv.) WEDDING etiquette booklet free to prospective bride:. Hains House 3643 Brinker. Professions! Prescription Service. Ask about our "Senior Citizens Plan" Charge ac- Specializing in Funeral Designs JIMMY'S FLOWER SHOP i 430-25th St. Ph. 621-2360! TOY POMERANEAN - Fcrnate, reddish brown hair. Pink lace collar. Reward. 508 27lh. Apt. 4. _ __ LOST — St. Bernard pup, 7 months old, in North Ogden area, if found, please phone 393-6585 or 745-3856. Reward. LOST - lady's Timcx electric, vicinity of 24th and Washington. Reward. Call 393-2804. _ Bail in the amount of ?50 has been forfeited to Ogden City Court by Merlin Allred, no age listed, 2634 Grant, who was arrested on charges of drunkenness and resisting arrest. 3 memberships now available in Willard Bay Duck Ciub. $300 each. Call Gary Oviatt 399-0786. (adv.) 16.75-18.00; sows steady to 23 270-650 Ib 15.25.17.00. Cattle 5,000; all slaughter; calves 100; steers and heifers 25-50 lowier; cows fully 25 higher; instances 50 higher; 2 loads and part load high choice and prime 1,150-1,300 Ib steers 34.0034.50; few loads high choice 1,125-1,250 Ib 33.10-33.25; choice 975-1,250 Ib 31.75-33.00;, good and low choice 28.00-32.00; high ui<" • — - - - , , _. + choice and prime 925-1,025 Ib have trimmed the tree, at least heifers 31.85-32-.00; choice 825-1,-!it could have chosen a be.ter 025 Ib 30.50-31.75; good and low place to put the-sign. choice 25.50-30.50; .utility and "" "' commercial cows. 21.00-23.00; canner and cutter 18.50-21.00. Sheep 400; slaughter lambs steady; ewes steady; choice and prime 87-105 Ib spring lakbs 28.50-29.25; choice and prime wooled lambs 88-108 Ib 26.50-27.25; cull to good ewes 4.50-6.00. Thursday's . estimated Failure to yield right of way is • the violation for which Brenda K. Jensen, 25, 2674 Pierce, has forfeited $35 bail, Ogden City Court records show. Wheel chairs, crutches, rib cases, elastic hose, prescriptions. Free delivery, Prescrip- (adv. 'i n tree In itT'defense. the city tion Center. Phcne 393-8436 or pointed out that the tree was 1399-1126. <*«* '> growing on private property— i "out of our jurisdiction. . _ „ _ Nevertheless, tte court ^ I ^t^M to Ogden Isty'Court posed hab %j™?Jrt&M not o" charges of running a red that even if the city _couW not ^ drjvin wlthout a ^ . g _ A]iWt 4g _ 7?8 Panorama, South Ogden, has receipts: Cattle 7,500; sheep 300. 1,600; hogs 12V4 22'/B 46% NEW YORK (AP) — Markets at a glance: Stocks — Firmer in dull trad- 3I% , TT--I. _ Cotton — Higher. 18'A- v.| CHICAGO: Wheat — Lower; liquidation. Corn — Lower; liquidation. :;.' Oats — Mostly lower; I trade. light 175 24 38% 2M »* Ink m-»lunC.rtidi 2 186 «* ,ij , H Soybeans — Sharply lower; heavy, late selling. POTATOES CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA)— Potatoes arrivals Wednesday 40; on track 97; total U. S. shipments 108; demand fair; market dull; earlot track sales: Washington norgolds 4.00; Minnesota round reds 2.25; Wisconsin early gems 2.10; trucklot sales: Wisconsin round reds 2.25; Wisconsin early gems 2.50. /J.£H.G W*-» JJ*^" "«- -"o , , Of course, the city is not liable if there is no causal connection between its negligence and the accident. In another case, a fallen stop sign had been left lying .on the ground for weeks. FAILED TO HALT One day a motorist, failed to halt at the corner and struck a car in the crossing. , But it turned put that the motorist, who lived . in the neighborhood, knew perfectly well it was a stop street—even without seeing the sign. The city was duly cleared of responsibility. The court said the city's failure to restore the sign simply had nothing at all to. do with the accident. An American Bar Association, Utah Bar Association pubbc service feature by Will Bernard. Utah Association Bar ' cense. New Business Lures Beatle LONDON (AP) — Beatle Ringo Starr has gone into the furniture business. In collaboration with designer Robin Cruikshank and the British Steel Corp., the musician displayed. his wares before a buying public confined to those with money. The prices at the exhibition at London's fashionable Liberty's department store ranged from -$36 -for c hr o m i n m plated weights to $2,976 for a coffee table supported by two Rolls Royce auto radiators. The show is described as "lunar futuristic" and Ringo has promised electronic music match. oai to I -CLASSIFIED INDEX Id e»y to find the lOlution to your want or need In The SUndini- EximintA Reader Roacher Wart Ad wlumni. lillci below Is the K(y to Northern Utah's molt dlvoriificil Marketplace. Be lure lo Rc»d and U» thcw columns reauljrly - You'll profit in so miny wjyjl ANNOUNCEMENTS LAWN-FARM & GARDEN 01— Funeral Nollces 02-rlorist! 03—Announcements 04-Special Greetings OS-Memorial Notices 06-Lost & Found 07—Personals SELECTED OFFERS OB-Job: of Interest Male or Female 07-Situatkms WanJed 10-Business Opportunilid 11—Money to Loan 12—Instruction 13—Music Lessons 14-Child Care 15-Auctions 16—Insurance BUSINESS SERVICES Listed under Business Service Directory. _ REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 17-Are« 18-Wcbcr County 19—M, Davis County 20-Bcx Elder County 21—Morgan County 22—Farms & Ranches 23-Business Property 24—Acreage & Lots 25-VKJtion Property 26-Mobilt Homes RENTALS 27-Houscs 23-Furnished Apis- & Duplcm 20_Unfurnished Apts. i Duplexes 30— Room! 3l-Mobilc Homos 32-Olfice 4 Business 33-Rtntsl Agencies Ik-Wanted to Rent MERCHANDISE 35-Miscellaneous For Sale 36-Wanted To Buy 37-Shots i ClotMny 38-Antic.ues 39—Musical Instruments •40-Rjdio-TV & Stereos 41—Furniture & Carpet J2-Appli«nc« 43-Air Conditioning 44— Building Materials 45—Good Things To Eat 44-Planls-TrMs S Shrubs 47—Fertilizer & Top Soil 48-Hay.Grain 4 reed 50-Pets 4 Supplies 51-livcstock & Poultry 52-Farm & Ranch Supplitl 53-F«rm Implements 54-Pasture For Rent RECREATIONAL 55—Avialion 56—BMIS & Marina Hems 57-Sporting Goods 5B-Skiing Equipment 59-Snow Vehicles 60—Travel Traitcri 61—Campers 62-Motor Homei 63-ToL>rist & Trailer Par" AUTOMOTIVE 64-Auto Services—Parts & Accessories 65-AulOS Wanted 66-Autcs Far Rent 67-Cycles & Supplies 63-Ulility Trailers 69-Hcavy Equipment 70-Trucks AUTOS FOR SALE 71—American Motors 72-Buick 73-CedilIac 74-Chevrolet 75-Chrysler 76-Dodoa 77-Ford V3-!mport-SMrts Cars 79-jeco-4-Wh«l OrivtJ 80-Lincoln 81—Mercury 82-Oldsmobil» 83-Plymouth 84-Pontiac M-AI1 Makes S Modclt For *«r «>«lts "II 394-7711 today. A *.«l«r Re«h«r Ad-Viser will ..happy t. help you word ind .chcdule y«r ad for .th. best results «t the lowest cost. The Classified D.pirtment Is open weekdays between 8 i.m. .ni 5 p.m. Siturdiyl S i.m. lo noon. Closed on Holidays. The de.dlin, for pl.eiitj id. uilng small t»p. only !> mt in b«for. lit ii to »ppeir. Ads slartlnj Monday rmst be plated by noon th. prtccdin, Salurday. Du. tk heavy volume, w, pr.fer that «ds it.rhm on Sunday, hi placid by S p.m. the preceding Friday. Tk« deadline for placing adi uslnj lar.er type ii two days before Ihey „. to appear, except ones that .re to start on Sunday or Monday which mm; bi placed three days prior to insertion.

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