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Ogden Standard-Examiner, Wednesday, October 6, 1971 NEW'.YORK STOCK EXCHANGE NEW YORK CAP) - New York Stok Exchang* Mlected afternoon prices: Jllu N,t (Mi.} High Low Last Chg. AbbtLb 1.10 ACF= Ind 2.45 Ad MIII1S .20 Address .600 Admiral AetiuUe 1.60 Air Prod .2«> Alrcolnc .60g Akzona la AlcanAIum 1 Alleg Cp .10g AllegUud 1 40 AllegPw 1.34 Allied ChlJW AlliedStr 1.40 AlllsCh J20a Alcoa 1.80 AMBAC JO AmHess -22d Am Airl .40p A Brnds 2.20 , AmBdcst 1.20 Am Can 2^0 A Cyan 1.25 AmEIPw 1.70 A Home 1.70 Am Hosp 26 A MtlClxl.40 Am -Motors ANatGas 2.20 A Smelt 1.90 Am-Stand .40 AT&T wt Am TiT 2.60 AMF Inc 1 AMP tnc .64 Ampex Corp Anacond .50p Anch Hock 1 Ancorp .48t> ApecoCp .14 Arch • Dan 1 Armco Stl 1 Armst Ck .80 AshldOil 1JO Assd OS 1.20 Atl -Rlchfld 2 Atl«* Corp Avco Corp Avnef .15s Avon Pd 1.30 87- 6T/» 61 61Vl + 12 575» 57'A 577» + 3 12V» 12Y. 12'A 3«i 36'A 36H + VS 5 17V. 40 64 17V. 17'/..-..... <OPA 44 .... 'A 37 51% Sl'A 51% — Vt 92 23% 23 23 — 133 32% 32% 32'A III Cent 1.14 Imprl Cp Am IBM 5.20 Int Harv 1.40 IntMlner .05g Int Nickel 1 Int Pap 1.50 IntTiT 1.15 2. 37'A 37V1 37'A + Vt «8 I?'/' !*.. !*., —i! UAL Inc UMC Ind .72 Un Carbide 2 l Elec 1.20 243307 '305% 306% —1_ *"' a 49 2B'A MM. 28'A — A 350 20'A T7« + Iowa Beef 89 35'A 21 !3'A 13 34% + 'A 13 59 44'A 457. 46V. + Vt ' 1.40 •I Co 1.60 1.20 johnjoh .40a JonLogrl .80 JonUaug .50g Jostens .70 241 31V. 30% 30% — Vt 196 33% 33'A 33'A 299 56% 56'A 56'A — Vt 11 25% 25V. 25% 4- Vt 3 20% 20'A 20'A — V, 21 39Vi 38% 387« — Vt —J— 5 57V. 57V. 57V. — Vt 8 39'A 39'A 39'A — V. 24 14'A 13*'. . — % 155 53% 53% 53% — V. 40 36% 36 36VJ + % 45 427. 42H 42% — V. 305. 47%. .46Vi 47% + 7. 41 33% 33'/. 33'A ..... 83 33% 33 33Vi + % 211 27% 27(4 27% + V. 131 S2% SlVi »!'/• + Vt 63 39'/. 39% 39% — 'A . Joy Ms 1.40 3 58% 58V. 58V« — Vi — K- KsIsAlum 50 23 237. 23'A 23'A — Vt 340 30% 30 117 7% 7% 37 371A 37 .37 30'A — Vt — Vt — V. 416 19'A 187. 19'A 4- Vt 140 23% 227, 23% -r Vi 368 8V4 0% 8'A 722 44% 44'A 44'A — Vt 103 41V. 40% 41 1? 61% 61Vi 61% + Vt 306 15'A 14% 15'A 4- '/• 145 14% 14% 14% — V. 42 32 31% 32 4- Va 1 15'A 15'A 15'A . 251 12 11% 12 • 1 39'A 35'A 39Vi 4- 'A »3 IS IB 18 ..... 365 42'A 42 42 — Vt 71 227a 22'/. 22'A 20 54'A 53% 54'A + Vt 54 6BV3 48'A 110 2Va 2% 34 17IA 17 68'A — 'A 2% — V. 17V« 12% 61 90 6 58'A 11 15'A 5 2TVt 89V. 89% — 'A 58'A 58'/a .... . 27% 27% + 'A KerrMcG .60 KImbClk 1.20 Knght N .50s Koppers 1.60 Kraftco 1.70 KrwgoSS .50 Kroger 1.30 LearSIeg .20 LehPCem .40 UehVal Ind Lehmn 1.32g Levltz Furn LibbOFd 2 LIbbMcNL Llggt My 2.50 Ling Tem Vt Littonlnd 50t Lockheed Air Loews Corp 1 LoneStarln 1 LoneSGa 1.36 LonglsLt 1.38 2 26 557. 257. + Vt 26 -11 10% 10% 36 22'A 22 22 — Vt 70 43% 42'/. 42'/. . Katy !nd KayserRo .60 — --- — - Kennecott 2 263 28 27'A 27% - 'A 83 29'A 29Vi + A 2 67% 76'A 67% — Vt 3 337. 33% 337, + % Un Pac Cp 2 Uniroyal .70 Unit Air 1.80 UnBrands .30 UnltCp'.SOg Unit MM 1.30 US Gypsm 3 US Indust .60 US PlyCh .84 US Smelt 1 US Steel 1.60 Unlv Oil .20p UnlvCptr .87f Upiohn 1 60 Varian Assoc VcndoCo ,30p VaEIPw 1.12 WarLam 1.30 WashWP 1.36 WstnAIr 2.19f Wn Bane 1.30 WnUnion 1.40 Westg El 1.80 Weyerhs .80 42'A 4T/I 417« • • Vt 66 97 92 32 95'A 95% — 'A 31'A 31'A — Vt 11 65 150 BabckW 50 Bait GE 1.82 BsatFds 1.16 Beckman .50 8««hAir .60 Bell How -60 Bendlx 1.60 BeneflCp 1-60 Benguet Beth Stl 1^0 Block HR .24 Boeing Co .40 BaisCas -25t> Borden 1.20 BorgWar 1.25 BrlstMy 1.20 Brit Pet 39g Brunswk .12 Bucy; ErlJO Budd Co BulovaW .60 Bunkr Ramo Burl Ind 1.40 Burl No M2g Burrghs .40 Cidenc* Ind- Cal • Flnanl CampRLk JS Camp 'Sp 1.10 C«ro PLtl.44 CarrlerCp .60 CartWal .40a CastleCke- .40 CaterTr 1.40 CelaneseCp 2 Cenco Ins .30 CentSWst 2 Cerro Cp 80 Cert-teed .80 CeisnaAIr .60 Ches Ohio 4 ChlMil SPP ChlPneuT 2 Chris Craft Chryslr .60 CIT Finl 2 CitiesSvc 2.20 Clark Eql.40 ClevEMII 2^4 CocaCol 1JS Cola Pal 1.40 Collins Rad Cololntst 1.40 CBS 1.40b Calu Ga» 1.76 CmbEn 1.40 ComlSolv ^0 ComwE 2.20b Comsat 50 Con Edls 1.80 Con Fds 1.20 ConNatG 1.88 Cons Power 1 ContAIr Lin Cont Can T.40 Contl Corp 2b Cont Oil 1.50 Cont Tel .80 Control Data Cooperln 1.40 CorGIW 2^0a Cowles Com CoxBdcst .30 CPC Intl 1.70 CrouseHind 1 CrowColI -65f Crown Cork CrwnZell 1.20 CurtissWrt Dan. River Dart Ind .30b DaycoCp 1.14 DaytnPL 1 66 Deer* Co 2 Del Mnte 1.10 Delta Air -50 DennyRst .04 DetEdis 1X0 Dtam Sham 1 Dillon Co .80 Disney .20 Dlversind .34 DrPepper .40 DomeMns .80 OowChm 1.80 Dresslnd 1.40 DukePw 1.40 duPont 3.75s Duq Lt 1.66 Dynam Am East Air Lin EasKodak 1* Eaton 1 40 EchlinMf .60 ECJ.G .10 EIPasoNG 1 EltraCp 1JM) EmefEI 1.16 Essexlnt 1.20 Ethyt CP .84 Evan'sP .40b Falrch Cam Fair Ind .15s Fansteel Inc Fedders .50 FedDeptStr 1 Flltrol 1.40 FIrestne 1,60 Firestone wl Fst Chart Fllntkote 1 Fla Pow 1.68 PlaPy/Lf 2.12 FMCCp .85 Food>a!r 90 Ford M 2.60 ForMcKs .80 FreepMtn .80 Fruehf 1.70 GAC Cp -40t> GAF Corp .40 Gam Sko 1.30 Gannen .48 Gen' Dynam GenElec 1.40 GenFood 1.40 GenMllls .96 GenMot 2.55g G PubUt 1.40 GnTtlEl 1.52 GenTIr* Ib Genesco 1 70 GaPacif .80b Cerber 1.30 GettyO 1.13s Gllletts 1^40 Glen Alden Global Marin Goodrich 1 Goodyr .85 Grace UO Grant W 1 JO Grt A&P 1JO Gt West Finl GJWnUnlt .90 Grn Giant .94 Greyhound 1 GrummnCp 1 Gulf Oil 1JO GlfStUtll 1.04 GultWn .40 GlfWnlnd wt Halliburt 1.05 Harris Int 1 HtclaM 50f Hercules .7Sa Heubleln .85 Hew Pack JO HoernWal .90 Hoff Slectrn Hoilrfylnn .25 HollySug .30p Homestke .40 HonywII 1.30 HousehF 1.20 HousLP 1.32 Howmet .70 IdahoPw 1.70 Ideal Bus .60 —figs 35% 34% 35% — 42 31'A 34 41 31 40% 41 31'A + Vt 11 35% 35% 35% ?'j' Magnvox 1.20 "*~V 42'A iMarath 1.60 «% 587i + %^^ r|d - 8 1°70 MartinM 1.10 10 15 43 46 20 42! 4 59 32 5=A 5% 5% 127 26'A 26 26'/. 4- V. 57 34'A 33'A 34 4- Vt 70 157'. 15% 157. 181 24'A 237. 24 -r Vt 54 29 28% 29 4- Vl 24 28% 28% 23% 4- % 91 64% 64V. 64'A 28 15 147. 147. 24 32% 32V: 32'A — 'A 23 297. 285'. 297« 4- "Va 38~ 12'A ll'A IB'i—% 5 21 21 21 4- % 276 7V. 67. 7 30 39'A 3?% 39 — Vt 51 55% 55 55% 4- % 121 139%. 139V4 139% — Vt 1 7% 7% 7% - 'A 31 8'A »'/. »'A — Vt 20 257« 25Vi 25% + 'A 51 31Vi 31V. 31% + *« 5S 247. 24Va 247. + 'A 341 42 40% 41Vi + % 138 20 19V3 197. + % 10 17'A 167» 17'A 716 50% 49% 49'/2 — Vi 43 77 75VJ 77 ' 58 44% 44 44 181 44'A 43% Lykes Yngst MackeCo .30 Macy RH 1 MadFd 1.05g IS 4- % — '/, + 'A 15'/. 4- Vt 43 IS'A 67 37'A .... 83 24'A 23% 24'A + 32 64% 64 64% T Vt 364', 37 — Vi MayDStr 1.60 Maytag l.lOa McDonD .40b McGrwH .60 Mead Corp 1 MclvSho .90 Memorex Cp 2.20 MGM Microdot .30g MIdSUtll 1.02 MlnnMM 1.85 MlnnPLt 1.30 MobllOtl 2.60 Mohas 1.10 Monsanf 1.80 Mont Pw 1.61 MorNor .80 Motorola 60 MtStaTT 1.36 Nabisco 2.20 53 n n n •• 12 16 15% 15% .. 15 4V, 4V. 4>/. 65 16% 16'A 16'A — Vi 44 91% 90 91'A + Vt 32 537, 52'A 53% 4- % 11 8 77. 77, — Vt 14 51 50% 51 77 11% ll'A ll'A — Vt 225 257. 25'A 25Vi — % 47 9% 9V. 9% 22 49'A 487, 49 — Vt 13 24% 24'A 24'A — Vt 28 27'A 27 27 .. 20 12% 22'A 22'A — Vt 290 22% 21% 22% 4- % 3 18'A 18 18'A + Vt 35 5% 5'A 5'A — V 105 8'A 8'A 8'A 4- Vi —M— 31 11% ll'/> 11% 4- Vi 14 45V. 447. 447. 4- Vi 71 15 147. 15 4- Vt 258 51% 50V3 51'A 4- % 305 34% 34% 34% + ' 78 327. 32 32 — % 71 327. 32'A 32% 230 21 20% 20% + % 51 29'A 29% 29'A — 'A 20 187. 18% 18% — Vt 152 17'A 17Va 17V, — Vt 52 55 54'A 55 4- Vt 62 34% 33% 34% 4- % 163 114'A 1127. 113'A 4-1V. 11 21'A 21 21'A + Vt 26 17'A 17 17'A — Vt 147 23 22% 22% — Vt 74 125% 155 125 — "A S 21 21 21 .:... 181 49% 49 49% 76 33% 33'A 33% 4- Vt 81 51% Sl'A 51Va 4- V, 11 23 7 /» 287. 28 7 /i 4- Vt 57 25 24'A 24% 30 78% 77 78% 4-1V. 9 22% 22V. 22% 4- Vt — N— Sl'A 51% — Vt 152 41'A 40'A 41 + Vi 8 21V. 21 21V. .. .. 446 44% 43% 44V. + 'Vt 59 18% 18'A 18% 4- Vt 33'A 33V. 33'A + Vt 21 — Vi 12% T •'/. 8Vi 30'A 4- Vt 70'A 4- Vt 26% Stock Market Drifts, Waits Phase 2 Word NEW, YORK (AP) — Little movement was discernible in the stock market today, and analysts said investors were awaiting details of the next phase of President Nixon's economic program. Trading was slow. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks was off 27 59% 59% 135 21'A 21 83 30% 30'A 30% + Vt 28 127« 12'A 22 8'A 8'/i 51 30'A 30 . 6 70'A 70 32 26'A 26'A 426 34V, 33'A 33'A 21 23% 22% 23 — Vt 95 30% 30 30'A 167 15'A 14% 15'/» + 'A 97 23'A 227, 23'/« 17 67 66'A 66% — Vt —V— 66 14'A 14'A 14'A ...-2034" 19% iJ* im + % over declines among issues _W— traded on the New York Stock Exchange. DRIFTING PERIOD 0.66 at 890.48. Advances took a narrow lead 122 75V, 74% 7*14 — Vt 19 21 Ym 207. 21V, 4- V. 17 317. 31% 31% 24 32% 32% 32% — '/« 38 43'/i 43'A 43'A 132 WA 95'A ?6'A „„,.,„., ... 214 507. SOVSi 507.4-% Whirl CP 1.60 19 95% 95 95% + J4 White Motor Whlttaker Williams Co WlnnDx 1.74 Woolwtti 1.20 Xerox Cp .80 Zale Corp .64 Zenith R 1 40 110 26'A 26'/« 26V3 + ' 319 11% 10% 1H4 + Vt 93 46 45% 45% -r Vt 23 4S% 45% IBS 50% 50V* —XYZ- 211 116% 115% 115% — *A 149 42'A 41% 41% + Vt 16 47% 47% 47% —1 Copyrighted by Th» As;oclatcdPress 1971 STOCK AVERAGES Compiled by Th» Associated f>r»» 30 15 15 60 Ind. Rails Util. Stocks Net chanc« —.5 —.4 —.2 — 5 Noon Wed. 474.2 194.3 132.7 324.9 Prev. Day ....'..474.7 194.7 132.9 325.4 Week Ago 472.7 192.5 130.5 3225 Month Ago «9.9 203.1 136.1 334.4 Year Ago 412.3 127.8 127.1 266.2 1971 High -. 505.5 203.3 152,2 336.4 1971 LOW 433.8 1380 130.1 288.1 1970 High .444.1 143.5 145.6 250.6 1970 Low -334.3 95.S 113.2 221.7 BOND AVERAGES Compiled by The AVSSOCIATED press 20 10 II) 10 10 Rail! Net changa Noon Wed 50.4 Prev. Day . 50.4 Week Aao . 50.1 Year Ago 1971 High 1971 Low 1970 High 1970 Low DOW.JONES. AVERAGES STOCKS 30 Indus §90.48—0.« 20 Transp 239.86 +0.18 15 Utils 1....12 17+0.23 45 Stocks 304.22+0.04 BONDS 40 Bonds 71.24+0.01 10 Higher flrade rails 51.23 10 Second grid* rails 64.71 +O.OS NatAIrln .10p 16 26% 26% 26% + '/, Nat Can .45 213 24 23'A 24 4- % NatCashR .72 270 33 32'A 33 ..... Nat Distil .90 41 15% 15V. 15% + V« 10 24% 24V2 24'A 64 27% 27% 27'A 51 23'A 22% 23 — Vt 13% 13'A 13% — Vi 33 7 37V. 37% — >A 6% 6-7. + Vt 356 30'A 29% 30 + 'A 111 46V. 457« 46 52 46% 4S 7 /. 457a — V2 13 45'A 45 45 — 'A 13 35V. 35 3SV. 34 1107. 110'A 1107« — % 92 51% 50% 51% + y. 14 13 13 13 15 277. 27% 27% — 'A 61 46% 46'A 46% 4- V, 46 34 33% 33% + V. Nat Fuel 1.68 Nat Gent .20 Nat Gyp 1.05 Nat Indust Nat Steel 2.50 Nat Tea .80 Natomas .25 Newberry 1 NEngEI 1.56 Newmnf 1.04 Niag MP 1 10 NL Ind 1 Norfolk W 5 Norrls Ind 1 No Am Phil 1 NoAmRk 1.40 NoNGas 2.60 NoStaPw 1.70 Northrop 1 Nwst Airl .45 NwtSanc 1.40 Norton 1.50 34 7V. 7 7V. + Vt 82 41 41 41 ..... 8 137« 13% 13% — V» 164 82'A 81V. 817a + Vt 69 23% 23 23>A + V 2 47 23% 23% 23% + 'A 24 27 26% 27 + % 71 16V. 16 16 193 16% 16 16'A 32 73% 78'A 78% — % 3 38'A 38'A 38'A 13 24 23 7 /» 39 27% 27V.. Affiliated Fund ...... American Inv ........ Axe Houghton ...... .. Caprtal Life ......... 24 — Va ' oreyfous .......... _ .. . 27% + 'A g a <(> n 8, Howard Bal. 33 46V. 45'A 46 + Vt \ Baton j. Howard Stk. I, ,rar. -,04 «ai M- V, ! . 51.3 . 48.1 . 57.2 . 467 Ind. Util. Fgn. L.Yd. +.2 84.S 84.6 84.4 84.3 79.5 85.5 82.5 83.0 81.7 81.7 81.7 81.9 77.4 84.1 79.7 82.6 74.1 75.2 92.1 92.3 92.1 91.8 88.6 93.1 88.4 91.4 87.4 Analysts said the market was likely to continue to drift until plans for Phase 2 of the President's economic program are announced later this week. In glamours, Polaroid was off 2% at 92%, Bausch & Lomb was up 1% at 140 ] /4, Xerox was down % at 11578, IBM was down 1% at 306'A, and Control Data was down % at 46. ' Among the large blocks traded before noon was one of 169,800 shares of Virginia Electric at 19, unchanged. Fish Fry, Fiji Style means first catching the fish, which can be quite : an experience in itself. Technique in the South Pacific island nation -. is to pole out to sea, below right, and drive the fish shoreward toward a circle of net holders, below left, some, looking like creatures of the sea themselves, bottom left. Dead-eye spearmen bring home the catch, bottom right. GRAIN FUTURES CHICAGO day: WHEAT 71.4 79.0 73.9 80.9! 77.21 Dec Mar May Jul (AP) — Wednes-' High..Low...Close 1.48% 1.477/8 1.48% 1.49% 1.48 J /2 1-48% 1.48% 1.47% 1.47% 1.39% 1.38% 1.39% 1.40% Sep 71.3 10 Public utllltln 10 !ndustral..s 86.93 82.11 —0.05 NEW YORK (AP) — Noon New York Stock Exchange Indmc: Market Index Industrial Transportation Utility Finance ,.— 4 cents . ..........54.69 —0.05 58.70 —0.03 fl 72 —0,04 ............ - ........ 3?.« -0.18 ----- 72.02 +0.13 Over-th«<Countir Browning Arms ..., Equtfy Oil First Security Corp. Morrison-Knudsen . ....13.25 .... 10.62V2 ....47.75 ... .]17.50 15.00 11.121/2 43,60 17.75 Dec Mar May May Jul Sep Dec Mar Dec CORN 1.14% 1.13 1.14% 1.19% 1.17% 1.19% 1.22% 1.21 1.22% 1.22V4 1.21 1.22% 1.24 1.22% 1.23% 1.24% 1.24% 1.24% 1.23 ' 1.21% 1.22 7 /a 1.27% OATS .71% .70% .71% Mar .70 .69 .69% May .68% .67% .68 Jul -66% .66% .66% Sep -67% .67% .67% SOYBEANS Nov 3.11% 3.07% 3.10% Jan 3.14V8 3.11% 3.13% Mar 3.18% 3.15% 3.17% Investment Funds Bid 11 67% 67'/i 67% 6 24'A 24 24'A + Vt Nort Simon 20 364'. 36Vi 36Vi • 57 41% 407. 4VA + % 70 25V. 247. 25 108 467. 46Va 46'A — 'A 75 28-V» 28'A 28'A 96 30'A 30 30'/. + Vt 63 17V. 17 17 ... i» 35% 35 35'A + Vt 222 46% 45% 45% — *a 73 31'A 3tt7> 31 ... 72 21'A 207. 207. — '/« 124 46% 45'A. 45% —1 7 24% 24% 24% — Va 406 219 213 214'/2 —3Vi Occid Pet 1 onioEdis 1.54 Okla GE 1.24 OkiaNGs 1.24 Olin Corp .88 Omarkln .62f Otis Elev 2 Outbd Mar 1 Owen Cng .75 Owen III 1.35 PacGEI 1.64 44 12*'. 12V. 12% + Vt Pac Ltg 1 60 28 35% 35'A 35% + Vt i PacPetrl .30e 74 32% 32 32'A + V. I P»ePwL 1.44 7 29V. 29 29 — Vt ! Pac T8.T 1.20 47 10V. 97. 10 PanAmS -20p 116 19% 187. 19V. + V« PanAm WAir 33 327» 32>' 32% + Vt P«nh EP 1.80 — "' Penn Cent 185 13'A 12V. —D— 32 8'/» T 3 , i 22 44?'. 44''. 44% 7 18 1744 177» — Vt 13 23% 23'/i 23'A — Vt 12 46 46 46 32 237. .23% 23%—Vs 42 45'A 44% 45'/i + Vt 66 8 ' 7% 77. — Vt 81 19% 19'A 19% 171 20 19'A 20 +1 12 23% 23Va 23'A 230 1067. 103V» 105'A +2% 14 87. 8% 8% — Vt 74 35 34% 35 + Vt 54 61% 41 Vt 41 Vi 24 70'A 70 70Vi 21 32% 32 32% 421 227. 22% 227. + 'A 57 154'A 154 154 J? 23'A 23'/« 23V4 + V. J4 10V. 10 10V. —E— 123 19% 19 19'A — Vt 193 87% 86'A 86'A + % .73 tO-7, 40% 40% 2 49% 49% 49% + % 53 23>A 23 23 + % Penn Dix .41f 77-. v . Penney JC 1 "' "'PaPwLt. 1.60 PenniUn .80 PepsiCo 1 Pfizer .60a Phelps D 2.10 hila El 1.64 hilMorr 1,20 Phill Pet 1.30 itneyB .63 Polaroid 32 POrtGEt 1.38 PPG Ind 1.40 ProctGm 1.50 •ubSCol 1.12 Sv EG 1.64 Publklnd .30f Pueblo In .28 PugSPLt 1.84 Pullman 2 45 17 16% 167« 19 26% 26»» 26% — V. 32 74% 73% 74 + Vt 3 407. 407. 407. + Vt 14 237. 23'A 23'A — Vt 46 50 49% 49% —F— 110 34% 35 36'/i 128 9% 9'A 9% + 'A 5 9V4 »'/> »Vi — Vt 14 257. 25% 25=A 4- Vt 15 1»V» 18% 18% 46 31?'. 31'A 31'/. 4- Vt 30 357, 35% 35% 5 33% 33'A 33% 4- Vt 259 55% 55 55'A + 'A 275 15 147, 15 50 237. 23% 23% — 'A 133 237. 23% 23% 6 20'A 20% 20% — Vt 32 21 20% 21 — V. 13 13 127. 13 — Vi 80 41% 40% 41'A 4-1 28 377. 36% 37'/« + Vt 11 52'A 52% 52% — % 107 527. 52'A 52% — Vt — P— 43 30'A 30 30 — Vi 42 24'A 24V. 24'/» — % 44 33% 33% 33% 29 23'A 227. 23'/s 4- V. 218 17 16% 167« — '/« 37 1TA 11 ll'A 4- 'A 744 10% 10'A 10% — Vi 58 32% 32% 32% 4- Vi 56 6'A 6'/» 6'A + Vt 3 97a 9% 97i 44 70% 69'A 70% + Vt 37 23'A 23 23 — V. 72 26 25% 25% — % 230 66% 65% 66 4- % 135 39% 39 39'A 4- V, 99 35 34 34'A — % 322 21% 21'A 21'A 90 65% 65'A 65'A — •'/« 96 31'A 307. 31'A 18 24'A 23'A 24'A 4- Vl 634 93'A 91V. 93 —2 7 20'/« 19% 20 4- '/« 15 437. 427. 427. — Vt 36 717. 71 Vi 71% 4- '/« 56 23 22'A 23 + Vi 198 26'A 26'A 26% 4- Va 29 5V. 5 109 15V2 15'A Fjirfi ,| d Fidslrty Cap. . Fidelity Trend iFn. Dynamics Fin. Ind. Fund 7.16 5.69 5.81 6.70 12.60 1O.OB 13.90 10.SI 12.17 24.43 4.39 3.86 8.76 7.755.69 6.32 7.34 10.33 11.02 15.19 11.49 13.30 26.70 4.81 4.23 9.57 May Jul Aug Sep 3.21% 3.18% 3.20V2 3.22 3.19Vs 3.2x% 3.17 3.14% 3.16% 3.00% 2.97% 2.99 7 / 8 CHICAGO GRAIN 5V» + Vt 15V.I — Va 28% 28'A. 2BV3 + Vi 53 53 53 + Vt IDS , • Mai^ffWan Fund , Mass. Inv. Growth .. Mass. Inv. Trust . . . Putnam Growth Rows Price Steadman Growth . . . Security Eq. Fund . . . ! Sup. Inv. Grovrfh .. Volu« Uni Spec. . . . Wellington Western Ind Winfield Kv. Shares Ivest 5.38 5 31 12.88 U.13 ... 10.83 ...28.21 ...VS. 93 Keystones Keystons K2 Keystone SI . . - Keysron» S2 Keystone S3 Keystone S3 • • Keyston, 54 SPECIAL Albertson'i Mied Stores Arlan's Am»lg. Sugar CCI Marquardt Con. Freiglvtways . . Del Monte Denver i Rio Grande Grant, W. T. Co. ... Montana Power Mountain BeH Tel. .. p|£ Pillsbiiry RpVcO Skaggj Drug Stanray 3.83 7.65 5.44 1-1 .55 6.03 4.36 3.77 16.76 5.85 5 80 14.03 15.44 11 .83 28.21 15.93 s!38 5.96 12.62 6.61 4.71 4.13 I«.32 Bid | Asked 5.83 19.89 10.70 10.70 8.53 5.29 6.39 21.80 11.73 11 .73 9.35 5.79 STOCKS High Low Las* ...10 11% 12 . ..3SVi 34% -340/ .. SVt 554 5V ..17% 27% 27=/ ..5'/8 f/t SV . ..4SVt 43 4S3/ . . .23% 23% 233/ . .24'/3 23% 24V . .62 6T/4 61V . . .28 7 /a 28% 28 7 / . . .22% 22'A 22=/ . . .26% 26 26 ...5V% 51 '/a 51V . . .351/4 35 35V ...35'A 35 35V ...T5I/4 U% 1'5V T»3A -WA :i33y CHICAGO (AP) - Heavy buying of soybeans futures, largely on expectations that the longshoremen's strike will end, sent prices upward by 3% cents a bushel on the Chicago Board of Trade today. There was some slacking off in the closing minutes in soybeans on profit-taking. Corn futures advanced 1% cents a bushel while oats moved up around 1 cent. Wheat prices gained around % but fell back at the close. At the close, soybeans were around 2%' cents a bushel higher, November Z.lOVi; com was up 1% cents, December "1.14%; wheat prices were irregular, December 1.48V4 and oats were up about 1 cent, December cents. VITAL STAT/ST/CS OBITUARIES OBITUARIES William H. Arnold | Ro b er t E. Whittier ! Chase E. Peterson Questor JO RalstonP .70 Ranco Inc .92 Raytheon .60 RCA 1 Reading Co Rdg Bete .25 Reich Ch .20 RepubStl 1 60 Revlon .1 Reyn Ind 2.40 ReynMft .60 RoanST '1.44g RonrCp .80 RoyCColo .54 S 17% 17H 17% — Vt p 71 33% 33 33 — Vt 8 22H KVt 22% -f '/i Xl8 37V. 36% 37 + Vl 611 36y. 36'A 34Vj — 'A 7 B'/2 8Vi 8Vz + Vt 21 57V. 26% 26% — Vt 2 8'/» B'/'t F/t 46 24'/2 24 IWo -t- V. 24 65% 65'/. 6S'/« — Vt 60V3 59'A 59% + '/• 17% 17'A 17=4 -f 'A 197 43'A 42'A 43 63 46'A 46 46 3 217. 21% 21% — V»| 36 557. 55% 557. 4- V. 1 28% 28% 28% 3 29V. 29 29 16 30'A 30% 30'A 4- '/• )3 43'A 42% 42% — Vt 36 64% 63% 64% 4- Vt 136 29% 29V. 29V. — V» 10 157. 15% 15% — Vt 78 70% 70% 70% 4-. % 153 23% 23'A 23% 4- 'A 25 207. 2054 20% — Vt 19 35'A 35'A 35% ,, RoyDut 2.090 !/„ Ryder Sy .50 597 92 53 104 88 31% 30% 31% 4- % 57 38V. 377. 377. — Vt 42 M 59'A 597, — V. 5'A 5% 5% 19'A 18'/« 19'A + Vt 40 13'A 13V. 13V. 42 17 43'A 43'A 43'A 38 59'A 59'A 59'A .. . .._. .. ... 15 21% 21'A 21'A 4- V.UinoerCo 2,40 309 62% 61% 62'A 4- "A Smith KF 2 Safev/ay 1.30 StJoeM 1.50 StRecisP 1.60 Sanders Asso Sa Pelnd 1.60 SanPelnt .30 ScherPlg .90 SCM Corp SCOA Ind .60 Scott Paper 1 SbCL In 2 20 Searl GD 1.30 SearsRo 1.40 Shell Oil 2.40 Shell Tr .85<j SherwWm 2 Signal Co .60 280 35% 34'A 34% .. 21 22V. 217. 2W. — Vt 59 33% 33% 33% + 59 12'A 11% 12V. 4- % 107 3!% 32'A 32'A + Vt 2 39% 39% 39% — V. 43 86 84'A 85'A +1 32 17'A 17V. 17'A — Vt 1 12% 12% 12% — Vt 223 34'A 34'A 3*'A -f- Vt 144 35'A 35 35'* + Vt 83 23'/« 23 421 307. 30% 27 27 27 29? 60 527. 52% 52% 53 46% 45% 45% — % 3 22 82 82 — Vt 111 4Mi -40% 4TA 4- % 54 87. 8% 8% 12 1S7« 15% 157. 123 32% 32 32% 4- V, 191 33 32% 33 4- Vt 210 31% Sl'A 31'A — '/« Sony Corp 142 19'A 19 84 69'A 69 17 67 66'A 62 94'A 93% 97 45% 45V. 1 34'A 34'A 9 465. 46V, 128 16V. 15% 45 69 68'A 203 17V. 17 19'A 4- Vt 69V. 4- V. 67 4- Vi 93% — 'A 34'A — Vt 46V. ... . 15% — Utah Construction Vorrtado 69 ... .27% 68% 27% 27% OMAHA LIVESTOCK CASH GRAIN CHICAGO (AP) - Wheat No 2 hard red 1.58n; No 2 soft red 1.47n. Com No 2 yellow l.lln. Oats No 2 extra heavy white 72Vin. Soybeans No 1 yellow 3.02n. Soybean oil 12.40n. Wheat, delivered Ogdm No. 1 Red Ord. Protein No. 1 Red 10 Protein . No. 1 Red VI Protein . No. 1 Red 12'Protein . No. 1 Red 13 Protein . No. 1 WMti Whwr OMAHA (AP) — (USDA)_ — Hogs 5,000; barrows and gilts steady, some sales 200-240 Ib 25 higher; instances 50 higher; 190-200 Ib instances 25 lower on N»^2 w. 225-255 Ib weights; 650 head 1-3 ogden car 200-240 Ib 20.60-20.75; same grade 200-260 Ib 20.00-20.50; 180200 Ib 19.50-20.50; a few lots 2-4 260-300 Ib 19.00-20.00; sows steady to 25 higher; 325-625 Ib 16.25-17.50. Cattle 5,000; all slaughter; UTAH-IDAHO GRAIN EXCHANGE iUoTATlAWS 1..40 l.*2 1,46 M2 2.26 BIRTHS McKAY HOSPITAL Baptist—Michael and Karen Crosbie, 3207 Pingree, girl, Oct. 5. Jensen—John Neil and Marian Isom, 249 W. 5300 S., girl, Oct. S. Parkinson—Bradley and Leigh Larson, 3072 N. 100 E., girl, Oct. 5. Shupe—Steven and Enid Jones, 1516 W. 1920 N., Layton, boy, Oct. 5. Tucker—Robert and Kristine Aardema, 549 Cross, girl. Oct. 5. Young — Larry and Kathryn Mo'ffat, 749 N. Colonial, Layton, boy, Oct. 5. Bills—Dixon and Merlene Lundell, 780 S. State, Clearfield, .^ic-*^ ,, ^T boy, Oct. S. Fleming — Allen and Verna Redd, 433 E. 3100 N., boy, Oct. 6 Johnson — David and Arleta Cartwright, 830 E. 1050 N., boy, . Robert and Marlyn Robertson, Box 534, Morgan, girl, Oct. 6. Stripe—Lawrence Oct. 6. Jones and Mari- irrivalsi Wheat lyn Behunin, 4480 S. 200 W., Washington. Terrace, boy, Oct. 6. ST. BENEDICT'S HOSPITAL Salazar—LeRoy and Rita Sers. Irano, 2515 Adams, boy,-Oct. 4. William Hsnrv Arnold, 78, of 3137 Adams (died Tuesday at his home of a heart attack. He was born Dec. 28, 1892, in Coalvillt, a son of Orson B, and Wartha Allen Arno d He married Sarah M. Crouch on Dec. 18, He retired In 1958 as a poultry supervisor and assistant herdsman for the Utah _ State ' n d u s t r i a f School. He formerly had been a dairyman and poultrvman in Coalville and had served on the board of directors for the Utah Poultry Association. He served two terms on the Coalville City Council and was a post commander of the American Legion Post in. Coalville. He was also a member of the World War I Veterans Organization, Barracks 1011, having served in the Army daring the war. He lived in Coalville until 1945 when he moved to Ogden. A member of the LDS Church, he was a high priest, and served in the bishopric of the Coalville Ward and was MIA superintendent. He had been an active temple worker, served as t stake missionary, was president of the ward choir and was a home teacher. Surviving are his widow of Ogden, one 'on and one daughlcr,' W. Jack Arnold of North Ogden and Mrs. Thomas (Shirley) Harrison of Ogden; seven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Friday a; 11 a.m. at Lindquist and Sons Colonial Chapel with Bishop L. B. Smith of Ihe 09- den 9th Ward offic'ating. Friends may call at the mortuary Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Friday prior to services. Interment will b« In Washington Heights Memorial Park. Alcoholics Anonymous Will Open Conference calves" none";" steers steady"; hei-j SALT LAKE CITY-The Sky-|ed in the Alano Club, 2362 S. 26'A 2«*i — '. „ 29V4 29V3 SouthrnRy 3» SperrR .SSq SquareD .80a Squibb tJO StBrands 1.60 Std Kollsman StOIICal 2.80 StOillnd 2.30 StOIINJ 2.7Sg StdOIIOh 2.70 IcYrEG 1.33 K 24* 24* 24* _ Vt SouCalE 1.50 2W 30V. 297. 30V. 4- Vt South Co 1 26 14? 21V, 20% 21V, + Vt SouNGos 1.40 Southn Pac 2 62 61'A 61% — Vt stauf Cn 127 21% 2Wi 21% + Vt 77 2Wi 2»'/» 29W — Vt 17 237. 23% 237s 3 19'A 1» 1» 195 23% 2234 225i — U 20 17% 17% 17% 228 27>A 27 27'A — V. 311 21 7 /. 21Vi ZlVi — % 99 27?'» 27V. 27'A — Vt 26 9 tVt 9 + Vt —H— 31 67'A 66% 67'A +1 9 5B'/2 58 58'/i -t- Vt 3D 14% 14V. 14Vi + Vt 17 52'A 52'A S2'/4 T1S 45V. 44'A 45'/« + Vi 96 4«% 45% 46 -f 'A 1 24'A 24'A 24Vi ... 28 13% 13 13'A + Vt 174 44'A 43% £Pft — % 6 13*i 13% 13'A + '/. 38 23% 23V. 23'/» + '/, • 43 110'A 10»'/. 109'A — Vt 56 537. 53'/i 53=A — V: 27 437. 43'A 437. + Vt 10 14 135A 13% —I— 2 33% 33% 33% .... SS 17% 17M, ITVb — V. SterlDrug .80 StevensJ 1.50 StudWor 1.20 SunOll Ib Survyf^d J23g Swift Co 70 Systron Donn Tampa El .80 Tektronix Tsledyne .63f Telex Cp Tenneco 1.32 Texaco 1.60 TexETrn 1.52 Tix G Sul .60 Texaslnst .80 TexPLd .509 T«tron .90 • Thlokol .40 Thrift Dr .70 TImesAAir .50 Timken 1.80 Todd Ship .80 Trans W Air Transmra 55 TrICont 1.77g TRW Inc la Twent Cent S3 44% 43% 43% — % 59 427. 42 427, -I- Vt 30 ?1'A «0'A 91'A +1 125 27 26% 267« — '/» 145 29% 29'A 29'A — Vt 152 79% 78V. 78'A —114 32 43 42'A 42Vj — V, 11 6'A 6V. Wt ... 274 55V4 SSVi 55% — 'A 75 M 65% 65% — V. 269 72'/. 7P/, 72 —Vt 23 87 86'A 867, -t- Vt 189 44 43% 43% — Vi 71 467. 46'A 46'A + Vt 8 25Vi 25% 25'A — Vt 12 52% 52'A 52'A — Vt 23 57'A 57 57'A + Vt 31 5% 5>A 5'A .. .. 226 40% 39'/2 40 + Vt 26 16Vi 16V. 16% + Vt —T— 121 23% 23 23% + Vt 11 34Vi 34'A 34'A — Vt 110 21'A 21 21V, 171 13 12'A 12% — Vi 212 25 24'A 24'A — Vt 368 32 31% 31% 70 417r 41% 41% — '/« 1M 14% UVi 14% 73 108% 106% 108% +1 6 16% 16% 16% — % 37 31 Vt 307. 31 . . 83 1XV, 13'/« 14'A 8 237, 23'A 23'/2 — 'A 25 46% 46% 46=A — Vl 4i 427. 42'A 47'A — V« 3 18 177, 1* -i- '/« 208 30% 30Vi 30% + Vt 192 19 18'A 18% ... 51 29 28% 29 + 47 34% 34'A 34'A — 112 10 9'A 97. + Vt fers steady to strong; cows strong to 25 higher; high choice and prime 1,075-1,187 Ib steers 32.75-33.35; • choice 950-1,250 Ib % ±S 31.50-32.50; good and low choice f/'- _ A | 28-50 . 31 .75; high choice and ' prime 950-1,000 Ib heifers 31.5031.75; choice 825-1,025 Ib 30.253150- good and low choice 26.00-30.25; utility and commercial cows 21.00-22.50; a few utility 22.75; canner and cutter 19.00-21.25. Sheep 500; slaughter lambs 25 higher; ewes scarce; choice and prime 90-110 Ib shorn lambs 28.25; choice and prime wooled lambs 25.50-26.25. Thursday's estimated receipts: Cattle 1,000; hogs 5,500; sheep 300. line Regional Conference of j Main. Western Chapters of Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon will meet here three days beginning Friday at Altrum Hall. Registration will be at 9 a.m. Friday and 9 a.m. Saturday. A large turnout is expected. PUBLIC MEETING Some convention meetings are closed to all but members, but the public is invited to an 8:30 p.m. Saturday session at Salt Lake's Rodeway Inn with feature speakers from AA and Al-Anon and Alateen, subsidi- Registration for busin.es 's meetings and conference activities is $2.50. The banquet Saturday will cost.$5 and breakfast Sunday, morning is $2,25. RADIO AND TV WOMEN MEET SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)— Women in broadcasting and related fields from 11 western states and Canada are to meet Oct. 22-24 for the llth annual area conference. Registrants from Utah, Idaho and Montana are expected, to attend the sessions. ; USU Survey Will Aid Plans for Recreation LOGAN, Utah (AP) — UtahUtahns," John Hunt, director of =^i«"nf thp narpnt organization State University plans to poll the institute, stated. MKW £§SKHfSf some 7,800-Utah families to find, Some ^ , families , will he •n-lfilUlKUO Ul t. liWC*J O ' l.v\ti \* m .t,-4. -fTlair. -lilro M HA Tftr ' . - ... MARKETS AT GLANCE NEW YORK (AP) — Markets at a gtance: Stocks — Higher in quiet trading. Cotton—Strong. CHICAGO: activities will be a three-hour tour of University of Utah Hospital clinic, American Red Cross, First Step House, House of Hope and The Haven. Dancing from 10 p.m. until 1 a.m. each night and some business meetings will be conduct- Electrician School TREMONTON—Navy PO. 3.C. out what .they like to do for four helping to improve state outdoorseasons and'.'during specifically recreation areas. designated weeks Different The Institute for the Study ofweeks have been .selected so Outdoor Recreation-, and Tour-that all families are not polla at USU will compile the in-during the;. same^ week formation, which will be used The first questionnaires have to aid state planners in decidingalready been sent out and wilt what facilities and resources be filled out for the week of I are needed. Sept. 27.to Oct. 3._ Wheat - Mixed; late selloff. iTed J. Palmer, son of -Mr , / [ _ T^nTw^n— nf • Corn — Higher; mand. Oats — Higher; with corn. Soybeans Sharply higher; strong demand. ,\f ./WtlWl.1.. J. WIA Vt — — J - f'-l-tJ. good de- Mrs. James T. Palmer of Rt. i 1 Tremonton. graduated from San Diego, Calif. The 7800 families will be "We have made it as easy as and mailed questionnaires, askingpossible in hopes of getting a what they do for recreation andbig return to establish the needs how long they spend, doing it.and _wishes of Utahns for rec- School "We feel this study will helpreation," Hunt said. Center to improve outdoor recreation The families have been select' areas' and facilities for ailed randomly. Pclcrson, SANCY-Chase E. Peterson, 74, of Sandy, tied Sunday here following «n nuto-pedes- He was born Dec. 5, 1896, in Marion, « son of Jsrnes August and Leah Williamson Peterson. He married Jennie McDonald on July 2, 1919, in Salt Lake City. She d-ied April 16. 1920. He married Violet Slrasburg in 1931. They were later divorced. He was a retired carpenter, > veteran of World War I and « member of the LDS Church. Among the survivors are a son, Richard E. Peterson of Ogden; nint grandchildren and three great-grandchildren; and two sisters Mrs. T. A. (Carrie) Potts and Mrs. Hazel Firth, both of Ogden. Graveside services were held this mom- ing in the Marion Cemetery. Mrs. Carol Jean Johnt TOOELE - Mrs. Carol Jean York Johns, 41, of Tooele, died Mond'y at her horn, of a gunshot wound. She was bom Mirch 9. 1931, in Orem, • daughter of Emer and Nellie Swenson York. She was married to Melvin B. Johns Nov. 29, 1952, in Salt Lake City. H*r husband was a native of Ogden. She was employed at Tooele Army Depot. Surviving are her husband; her mother of Orem; one brother and one sister, Raedell York «nd Mrs. Evelyn Finch, both of "'Funeral services will be held Thursday PETERSON - Robert Earl Whiltier, 75, ol Peterson cfled Tuesday at his home o nalural causes. He was born Nov. 1, 189B, a son of Frank E. and Alice Boyden Whittier. ',. He married Doris Ann Merchant on Feb. 9, 1924. The marriage was later solemnized in thf Salt Lake City Temple. He taught school for 41 years in Morgan and Summit counties, served as president of the Morgan Teachers Association and retired in 1955. He was a member of the LDS Church in the Peterson Ward and was an Elder. He served as president of the YMMIA, and as teacher of the Sunoay School and the YMMIA. Surviving are his widow, seven sons and daughters, Robert R. Whittier of Morgan, Blaine C. Whittier of Atlanta, Ga., Mrs. Rudy [Betty Lou) Girardclli of Fremont, Calif., Mrs, Tim (Carol Ruth) Tolcr of Bountiful. Miss JoAnn Whitlicr of Peterson, Mrs. William (Linda Gail) Collard of Bountiful, Michael Glen Whittier of Ogden; 19 grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. A. 0. (Mary) r| sr k of Salt Lake City. Funeral services will be held Friday it 1 p.m. in the Peterson Ward Chapel with Bishop Clifton Jenkins of the Peterson Ward "'F^W call at th. Wdlker Mortuar^t'TiTm.'^''^'.'T.te Mortuary Chapel in in Morgan Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Tooele. where friends may call tor.,sht_from Friday at the ward chapel one hour prior to services. Ruth Ewing Murphy Ruth Ewing Murphy, 7o, of 108 Har.'ison died this morning at St. Benedict's Hospital of natural causes. . She was born May 7, 1895, in Tarkio, Mo,, a daughter of Abraham and Ina Kim- bcrly Ewing. She was married to Clarence J. Murphy. He died in 1967. She had lived in Ogden the past 60 years and was a member of the First Christian Church. j Surviving are one son and ont daughter, John Murphy of Pocatello, Idaho, and Mrs. Bonnie Walker of Ogden; six grandchildren; three sislcrs, Mrs, Archie (Hazel) Evins of Fullerton, Calif., Mrs. Bemiece Routt of Sanoma, Calif., and Mrs. Charles (Bess) Miller of Oakland, Calif. Funeral services will be held Salurday at 11 a.m. in the Larkin Chapel of 1h« Dawn with Rev. Earl Hwvey of tht Trinity Presbyterian Church officiating. Friends may call at the mortuary Saturday from 10 to 11 a.m. Interment will be in the Ogden City Cemetery. ' to B p.m. and one hour prior to services m Thursday. Burial will bt in the Orem iday City Ccmclcry. 01 — FUNERAL NOTICES Jackson to Speak Before Bosses Of 6 Western States SALT LAKE CITY. (AP).— Delegates from six western states met today to discuss problems common to- each of them and possible solutions. Some 165 delegates from Idaho. Wyoming, Montana,. New Mexico, Colorado and host Utah registered for Tuesday's opening sessions of- the seventh annual meeting of the Federation; of Rocky Mountain States. Sen. Henry Jackson, D-Wash., was to keynote today's meeting. Tonight, Interior Secretary Rogers Morton makes the main address at a banquet which concludes formal Federation meetings. The governors of the various states involved were to preside over panel discussions today. FIELD — Funeral services for Sylvia May Field will be conducted Thursday at 1 p m at Lindquist and Sons Colonial ChMjel. Friends may call at the mortuary this evening from 7 to 9 and Thursday prior to the services. Interment in th« Roy Cemetery. Funeral directors, Lindquist and Sons. CRABTREE — Funeral services for Clent A. Crabtre* will be conducted Thursday at I p.m. at the Mountain Green Ward Chapel. Friends may call at Lindquist and Sons Mortuary this evening from 7 to 9 and at the ward chapel one hour prior to the services. Interment in th» Washington Memorial Park. Funeral directors— LindQuist_andSons. TURNER — Funeral services for Grant Turner will be conducted Thursday at 3 p.m. at Lindquist and Sons Colonial Chapel. Friends may call »t the mortuary this evening from 7 to 9 and Thursday prior to the services. Interment in the Clinton Cemetery. Funeral directors-Linciquist *nd Sons. ___^ . RICHARDS - Funeral services for Dartiel 0. Richards will be held Thursday at 11 a.m. at the Lindquist and Sons Colonial Chapel. Friends may call at the mortuary Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday prior to services. Interment Washington Heights Memorial Park. Funeral directors, Lindquist and Sons. NORSETH-Funeral services for Lizzi« Man» Norseth will be held at 1 p.m. Friday at the Lindquist and Sons Colonial Chapel. Friends may call at the mortuary Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m, and Friday prior to services. Interment Ogden City Cemetery. Funeral directors Llndquisf and Sons. And The Flowers Are Furnished By Olive and Mark Klenke Floral 29-55 Washington. Phone Specializing in Funercl Designs JIMMY'S FLOWER SHOP U30-25th St. Ph. 621-2360 IRREGULARO DUE TO LACK OF FOOD * BULK IN YOUR DIET ; • BRAN

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