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AM. Complete New York Stock Exchange list New YORK (API- Thursday's comoftte York Stock Exchange prices: New Saj« Abacus .49t ACF Ind 2.40 Acmecieve 1 Acme MM 2b AdmEx 1.24e Ad Mill!: .20 Address 1.40 Admiral AetnaLif 1.40 Aetna Lif Pf 2 Aguirre Co Afieen me Air Prod .50b Air Red .60e AJ industries Ala Gas 1.10 Alaska Inters AlbertoC " Albert • ) Hit!) Low Close Cl A 710% IOH 10% + 18 37 36% 1 13% 13% 7 41 ?4 41"« 39 12% 12 14 10% 9% 57 25% 24% 61/2 18% JP 31 38% 1* 3 7% UyL . 13% + % 41V4 -• t'4 12 - % 9% — % 24% — V2 6lJ — V« 38% + % 25% 39H — Vi — % JO -'A Alexndrs Alleg CP , AllegLud .... AllegLud pf3 Alleg Pw 1.32 AlledCh 1.20 AllldMnt .40b halm Aiired"pdT68 A lledStr 1.40 Allied Stpf 4 AllidSup .15P Cha' 6 12% 12% 19 30V4 30% 4 9H 9% 114 20% 19% 45 17H 17% 17% + % 115 5V4 5 FA 6 30 29% 30 3 37% 37% 37% 20 19 18% 54 18 17% 9 28% 28V4 12% 221/4 221/4 12% AIMS AlPhaPC .30e Alcoa 1.80 AmalSug 1.60 AMBAC .50 Amer Es 1.20 Am Hess .isr AmeH pf3.50 AAlrFlltr .80 AmAJrlln .80 Am Baker ABnnds 2.10 AmBdcs 1.20 Am Can 2.r~ ACan pf Am Cem .60 A Chain 1.60 ACrySus 1.40 AmCyan 1.25 ADisfTei.20e Am DualVest ADual pf.84a AmEJPw 1.64 Am Exp Ind AExInd pfAt AGenlns .50 • AGnln pfl.BO AmHoisf .70 A Home 1.60 A Home pf 2 Am HOSP .24 Amlnvest .50 38 ii» i?* 22% 7% 17% 341/4 40V2 19% 22*fe 47Vi 4% — 13% — »s 13 — Vt 47Vi — V* 22% 7% 17 — '/4 341/4 + % 74% 4-1% 19% + % 93a DOW-JONES INDUSTRIAL AVERAGE Total volume: 8.65 million shares 463 ANatGas 2.10 Am Photo .12 AResDv .I3e Am Seating l Am Ship .60 A Smelt 1.90 AmSoAfr .70 AmSAfr fn.70 Am Std 1 AmStd Pf4.75 AmSterll .48 A Sugar 1.60 AmSug pf .68 AT&T wtwi AmT&T 2.60 AmWWks .56 AWWSPf 1.25 AW pref 1.25 AW 4.1 Pf 1.43 .60 Z1000 AM*ltt>ul MTlaTeQ Amtel .3, Anecond 1.90 Dow-Jones closing averages Stocks High Low, Close Change 30 Industrials 713.51 704.83 707.35 - 3.29 20 Transportation 129.74 127.37 128.66 + O.fc 15 Utilities 103.72 102.03 102.^8 + 0.06 65 Stocks 225.41 221.80 223.54 - 0.5* Standard and Poor's 500 index Stocks High Loir Close Chang* 425 Industrials 82.82 81.09 81.75 - .«! 20 Railroads 26.64 26.21 26.48 - .06 55 Utilities 51.94 50.96 51.53 + .08 500 Stocks 75.69 74.13 74.76 - .66 New York Stock Exchange index Close Change 40.59 - 0.36 Stocks in the spotlight NEW YORK (AP) - Sales, Xerox 93,100 66 -3 closing price and net change Avon Prod 91,500 59% -3 of the 15 most active stocks traded on the New York Stock Exchange: Telex 186,400 10V4 -.% Am Home 163,800 52% -1% IBM 161,70022) -7% SCO* ind .60 bCOtLSdF ' scottFetz scoitFore _ agrvt .506 searfGO 1.30 searsR 1.20* seatnrm Lir» l HIM 13'/l TV* F | THEAWIONA.ETOBU inance Phoenix, fri., Aug. 14, tin 43V* — Vt 13% + 1/4 33'/4 + % 19% — Vt Your money's worth Kinn pf D 117,100 42 Gulf Oil 111,200 25% Std Oil NJ 88,400 61% East Kodak 85,700 58 Crown Zell 83,500 27% Int Indust 79,200 9% Black Deck 73,000 41 Sperry Rnd 71,000 19 Gillette Co 70,400 38 EastAirLin 68,700 15 ArmcoSt 1.60 Armco pf2.10 Armour 1.60 ArmstCk Armr Arm — ..„ Aro, Corp .90 Arvin Ind 1 Oil 'vin AshldOin.2'0 AshOII pf2.40 .N h«i sf I pfi3 h B Pfl.3S 34 16 I Brew LOG 1.20 As Assd AsdTran .OSp Athlone nd AtlCtyEI 1.34 AtlCEl_pf5.87 =.' . 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Corp 1.20 IdewatM .40 Tlmeln 1.9ba TlmesMir .50 Timken 1.80 Tlsh Rlty .40 ToddShp 1.20 ToledEd 1.72 TootRoll .40b Trane Co .90 TransUn 1.20 Trans W'AIr frnWAIr pf2 TrnWFin .40t Transmra .55 Transa pf4.50 Transcoh .10 Transctl Inv Transitron Travelers .80 Travlers pf2 IriConf 2.24e .55i '8-«B «»••»= 25Vi 25V4 24V4 21% 45% 45% 8% 8 18 13% 8V2 111/2 , , 143% — 1 21% — % 4% — % 25% — V4> 21% — 45% — % a - % 17% — 1/4 12% - % 14 — V4 34% 341/4 22% 22V4 ... 14% 13% ..... . 4 63% 62% 62% —1 1 61 61 61 +1 1864 10% 10 101/4 — V 118 22V4 21% 21% — V 120 18% 18% 18Vi 12 70% 70 228 29% 28% 170 31% X% 53 33V4 32% 213 14 70 — % 29% + 1/4 31% + % 33V4> + % .... 13% — % 24Vx 24V7 24% — % 64% 61% 62%—2% 22% 22% 22% + % 44% 44 44 — % 15Vj 15V4 15Va — 1/4 a»88 *» 27 21 26% 20% 7to •m %% %* 27 — % 201/a — 1/2 7V2 — 1/4 28V2 — % 14V4 22%-+ % 13% 20 — 1/4 10% + i/» at +% 22% ,22% 31Vs 31% — % 13% 13% + 1/4 53% 54 — % 24 24V4 — 1/4 12% 12% + % 18V4 181/4 — % 7% 7% — % 12'/4 10 1 i' ^ XP/» 14% 0% 10% — 9% 19% - % — Vt 62V2 621/2 — Vi 18% 18% + V4 37% 38% + % iaia-* mm TucsnGE .72 Twen Cent Tyler Corp Htt'iry.'- W?A Srto'*s? Hnr Can 29% 6% u -t.l 15H —' ILVar- 1 5Va, 33 R +3V2 2*1/4 V*. In onPaclf 2 InPac pf.40 In onam 1.40 Jn royal .70 In royal pf8 n shops .40 ntAlrc 1.80 Jn_Brands nBrd pf3.20 [NBrd pfl.20 In] Co 1.05e in Fin C»l nl Gas 6% 32% 30% ... 6% 42% 41% 15% 15% 94 93% 23V2 22 281/4 27% 1% 6% — Vi' p. — Vt - . + 1/4 12% — % 6V2 "I-V4 + Vt Home fires costly in lives and money By SYLVIA PORTER At least 12,000 Americans will have lost their lives in fires—more than 6,500 of them in home fires—by the tim* 1970 ends. And at least $700 million will have been lost in home fires alone. But if you are typical, you are permitting many of the greatest fire dangers to remain in and around your house. Also if you are typical, your house and its contents are drastically underinsured against fire— and you are blissfully unaware of your financial risks. To check yourself, take a brief but objective inspection trip around your house with this column in hand. See if you can answer "yes" to all of these questions: Do your gas and electric appliances bear the seal of the American Gas Association and Underwriters Laboratories? Is your kitchen equipped with a suitable, —properly charged extinguisher for grease and/or electric fires, and does EVERYBODY in your family know how to use it? Are your ashtrays large and plentiful enough for the amount of smoking which goes on in your house? Are the small children in your family well informed about fires and matches, and have you taken the time to teach the proper use of matches to those who have developed a keen curiosity about them? Are such items as your chafing dishes and fondue pets protected by metal trays underneath to catch any overflow of alcohol? DO YOU HAVE your furnaces, hot water heaters and chimneys serviced and/or inspected regularly for safety? Is the gas can for your lawn mower, chain saw, etc., stored properly and in a safe place? And what about the substance with which you start barbecue fires? Have you cleaned up and cleared out any piles of old papers and/or oily rags from your attic, basement, garage? Are your cleaning fluids of the nonflammable sort? On top of this checklist—only a partial one—has your family a specific, rehearsed fire escape plan in which each of you knows what to do, where to go, how to call for help? The leading causes of building fires today, says the National Fire Protection Association in Boston, are: SMOKING AND matches; defective or inadequate electrical wiring and other equipment; defective or careless use of electrical appliances; defective or overheated heating and wiring equipment, chimneys and flues; hot ashes and coals and combustibles near heaters; misuse ol matches by children. These alone are behind two-thirds of today's building fires. Here, therefore, are a few key guides to help you prevent these, and other, causes of fires at home. —Be warned if your TV picture contracts when your refrigerator or furnace goes on or if fuses blow repeatedly. This is a clear signal to you that you have electrical wiring problems. J " —Don't string inexpensive extension cords throughout your house and risk overloading your wiring system. —Don't use too-light dime-store cords for heavy appliances such as electric irons, space heaters, rotisseries, power tools. —Don't try to stretch the electrical capacity by putting in heavier fuses. "Overfusing" is a common practice but potentially a very dangerous one. —DONT PUT pennies behind your fuses to get them to carry a bigger load. Again, the danger is you'll overload your wiring. . —Inquire about the flammability characteristics of all materials in your house—from paints and insulation to curtains and carpets. —Be sure you have a proper, effective lighting protection system, capable of intercepting lightning bolts from the roof, metal equipment, antennae, power lines and nearby trees which are taler than your house. A proper system win be niarked by a "Master Label" plate, issued by Under-' writers Laboratories. •—AskY qualified electrician to check your entire electrical system if you have any reason to suspect its adequacy. The check may cost you $50 to$ 150, but it will be a worthy investment indeed. . m \M 11 25V4 25-4-; Pi*-: Over the counter tnarkets^chiine Prices do net NA^O art repre- ,£ ma'rkdown or'eommlsslon. AU9UST 11, Ifll Security Aero-Teen-, inc. Anheuser Busch, Inc. .80 Arzona Bank 1.12' Arizona VaFley Development n 1.M P Tl v* + * !4 + y* IfiiK) Wflh Lew CItM . es Inc. nergy .Corp... rken Corp. $1 p.v. ard Ofe •M ind f Vli Copyrighted by The AHfi£iat«d Press 1»7 NEW YORK (A Approx final total Previous d»y Week 980 Month aoo Year ago Two y&b^ dvo Jen I 11. Ool« Y Stock Treasury notet ury, .....«j bl> 5?C6ci P'if.tt tsuvitu i Il'v'tlCll tu t'Wtr*« K.II.MI.I U/!.; a 771

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