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HOGSIMIR, STEERS WEAK CHICAGO, MONDAY slick receipts at prindf Chicago Kansas City aha Live'- iclpaf markets Mo'n- Sheep Produce Market Iowa Produce . Pollowlna Is Monday's report on law* «nf and poultry markets «s repertsa bv Fed-State Market News: T Boos — incentive A medium mojily ic lower, 1 other medium mostly unchanged to 1e lowtr; buyer sentiment weak; price per doten 6a[d producers .«t farms, cates exchanged J1«.m. Friday to II a.m. today; eflfls priced under buyer duality and volume fneentlve; incentive A larqe 24-29c, mostly 2M8e; A medium 14-23c, mastly 14-20C/ other A larse or better 20-asc, rrjostlv SS-Be; A.jiiedlum 12-2bc,. moslfy B larfle " " .- .... _ ,_.'ge 12-!0c, mostly 14-17c; c dirties and checks lo-isc, mostly lO-Uc,- ^»»» E «p^(j^««J_<>-JSer.rne$tlylO-l2e. None -.CHICAGO, MJJNDAY 7APT- USDA~— Official estimated vestoek receipts for -L u .t* d .% *!• Ji u « «*'•• »•«» hoos and no estimate of sheep. CHICAGO, ILL; (AP) - Hog prices were steady to strong here Monday, but cattle prices fell 50 cents. Mixed grade 200 to 240 pound j butchers sold for $24.25 to $251 . Truck lots Or more, I unchanged to ^c lower; offerlnqs and I trade light; orlce paid producers at farms II a.m. Friday to 11 a.m. today; c per Ib paid for No 1 quality light-type hens.. - -troctr lotror more-Wcrmostlv-t^crtass than truck lot 3-4c, mostly 4-4c. Chicago Produce CHICAGO, MONDAY (AP) - Chlcaqo ~ BUTTER lying prices un- >9>/jc; 92 A «9'/jc; TREND OF STAPLE PRICES NEW YORK (AP) - The Associated Press_wei9hled wholesale orlce-Index oil 35 commodities advanced to 1940.43. ljun Previous Day 190.54, Week Aqo 191.48, i Auq Month Ago U9.54, Year Aao 173.95, ! Oct Hiqh 192^40 185JIO 144*7"2 144?40 i Feb U , w »,, 185 ' 59 '«*•'» '**•*' 140.30! Apr (1924 averaae eauals 100) jjn Mercantile Exchanoe Steady; wholesale buying changed! 93 score AA 4 r BOOS -'- Unsettled; wholesale buying prices unchanged ta icJower;_BO per cent or-better--grade A~Wmes. 33c; mediums i 27c; standards 3lc; checks U'/jc. ProduarFatures .CHICAGO, MONDAY (APh-Futures itradlna on the Chicago Mercantile Ex!change. THE -TIDK Farmhand) lnc*> Has Loss As 3-Month Sales Drop Leased Wire to The Register Farmhand, Inc., Hopkins, Minn.; farm equipment manufac-; WHEAT, BEAN PRICES DROP Monday Prices Das Moin« Tu««., May S, 1970 §*$ Mutual Funds CHICAGO .(AP) -Monday; Prev. drop in sales for the first quarter of this year, and the firm! - WHEAt 0p<m H * h Low cloi * c '" e r ' »*••• 1.50','j 1.S1H 1.48?» 1.49V7 1.51 turef that has an Iowa plant at Grinnell, had a lfi.8 per cent! suffered a net loss. figures released by Donald I period, a Dow Jones news s K Porter, president, showed the net loss amounted to $46,652, or 10 cents a share compared with a net income a yearjjarlier of $ 134,821,,_or.J8 cents a share. Sales declined to May JUI Mar vey disclosed. The decline wasi M , UCORN May Jul OATS the worst since the 9 per centlsep drop in the first quarter of 1967. The drop was steeper than!^ the 7 per cent-decline-measured l p c rfr;— by the First National City Bank 1.41V* 1.39V* 1.39'/« 1.41'i 1 41 .43 l.'43'/« i:40"4 1.41'ti i:433'i ,47'n 1.47?'« 1.45?* 1.46V3 1.48','j ,50'i 1.50*4 1.48'.7 1.49 1.51 Mi INVESTING I COMPANIES »; NEW YORK (AP) i —The following quotations, supplied by I the National Association of Securities- Dealers, Inc., are the prices at which these securities could have been sold (bid) or bought (asked) Monday. Bid Ask .28'.! .* 1.28** S'.i 1.28% 1.29 1.27% 1.J $4,016.627 vs. $4,715,475 in thel°* New * preliminary May Jul RYE first quarter of 1969. Porter said the light snow j corporations tabulation of 692 non-financial l.Mar__ Indstry INT 3.V4 4.31 7.99 8.63 Faces Count on ADC Payments (the Register's Iowa News Service) CEDAR RAPIDS, IA. - ' A Gl, MASONS 01 CONTRACT G I IN I \J11 l .T/ 0.03 j .- - j • / IK Suid '8:!2'8:3?| 41 -year-old mother of seven Cedar Rapids building; con- SRvei-BMjoJiiifjj Children was charged Monday j tractors and officials of Cement with obtaining illegally $5,490 in I Masons Union Local 561 said aid-to-dependent children (ADC)!Monday they have agreed to - — contract, but, details of the Aberdn 1.79 1.96 Admiralty Funds: 'i 1.22'/« 1.21% J,21'/4 1.22V3 1.241,3 1.24 1.24 1.2«* ,45i.'« ,43Vj '1.08 J !;%/, V.^iv, i:??v, '/i 1.13 1.13 1.13 LOW close ciosc cover j n t ne midwest dimin-i Among the hardest hit SOYBEANS May 2.64'/« 2.65',i 2.44'« 2.64''a 2.65- Jul 2.69 2.69 l.tnt 2.67'-B 2.69 " "• i Dec 100 LIVE BEEF CATTLE 30.30 30.05 30.10 30.45 30.40 -30.25 30.25 30.50 " " 29.80 29.85 30.02 29.52 29.40 29.75 29.40 29.45 59.75 29.55 29 75 V9.80 29.80 29.75 Aug. 743; Oct. 204; . 29.92 29.67 29.75 29.80 June Feb. June ' M , April /, j LIVE HOGS 28.10 27.15 27.35 26.90 25.90 25.70 23.35 23.05 . _ .--,-, 22.90 22.75 from ! , Sale*: June 352; July 151 2B; Dec 8. SHELL EGGS 32.70 32.10 32.65 3?t,<H>- 32.10 32.25 32.75 ---- ---- i Jun 'Jul ! Aua i Oct Dec 27.70 27.17 27.10 26.95 25.80 25.65 23.30 23.15 22.80 __ 22.70 Aua 53; Oct with Is and 2s to $25.75. Sows under 500 pounds went for $19.75 to $20.50. —Choice—steers ranged $29.50 to $30.75 with prime tn! May $31.75. Most choice heifers iJun v brought $29.75 to $30. !AU<, There were not enough lambs I oct offered to test prices. * Dec . . . . i Jan , „.„„ ... i i Sales: May 844; June 207; July 4; Auq MctalS I 0; S6B 253; Oct 1; Nov 0; Dec 10; Jan. 0. NEW YORK, MONDAY (AP) - Soot I A,, FROZEN WHOLE .EGGS nonlerrous-metal prices Monday: Copper i "V,,.,. o ,, . J4 -'5 J4.75 40-64'4C a Ib., Connect cut Valley; lead • °HSvun nnr-A-TAEe — 14'jc a Ib., New York; zinc I5'. ? ca Ib.. ..„, IDA ii° PO , TA , TOES , , f East SI. Louis; tin sl.84 a Ib., New M | v . 4.38 4.19 4.J5 York; gold $34.15 per troy oz., New! s " l " ; , M A y ,?' 2 ,- „„„„„,-,, ,,-,. York) silver $1.485 per troy oz. New'-. FROZEN PORK.BELLIES 35.00 33.85 32.75 34 60 33.85 35.40 35.15 32.75 34.50 34.85 33.85 35.50 35.30 34.50 33.15 32.70 34.00 34.50 34.95 34.00 35.50 35.50 34.50 6 07 . oz., York; quicksilver $458.00 per flask, New York, Scrap steel No. 1 heavy S42.00-43.00 a ton, basis Pittsburgh. Coffee NEW YORK, MONDAY (AP) - Collee futures were Inactive Monday. Green coffee prices held unchanged. Roaster buying was small, dealers commented. B futures closed quiet, no sales. Potato Futures ...... JUI Aug Feb Mar 44.67 44.45 41.97 35.72 35.62 44.00 43.80 41. « 35.40 35.52 44.25 44.15 41.85 35.72 35.42 44.25 43.90 41.40 35.52 35.50 Sales: May 324fl; JulV 3,293; Aug 480; Feb 103; March 28. Open Interest: May 5.I4I; July 7,757; Feb 452; March 173. Batter Market : Following is Monday's report on lowa- ; Minnesota-Wisconsin dairy bulk butter as 'given by the Federal-State Market News Service: ished demand for winter feeding and materials handling equipment, and a cautious attitude among consumers until the present tight money situation eases were factors holding back sales. He added, however, pre- stocking orders for the company's haying and forage equipment are larger than a year ago, and that an upturn in sales and earnings is expected, for the remainder of the year. Directors of the company declared a quarterly dividend of -_25-cents _a share^same Aug Sep Nov 2.471,1 2.62' j 2.67','j » 2.42"3 2.64'/< 2.66V4 2.67'i 2.41's 2.6I»* 2.423J 18 auto and equipment makers, down a collective 38.5 per cent, ! Mav! Electrical-equipment and elec-JAug Ironies concerns took a 56.7 per cent drop; twelve cement companies had 47.1 per cent lower earnings; and 12 building-mate-lf^ rials suppliers had profits off 29.4 per cent. Bright spots included producers of copper and metals other | than aluminum which posted profit gains of 34 per centjsep 2.59% 2.40 " 2.59'/« 2.'59'/» 2140V, 2.44 2.44H 2.44 2.44 2.444* 2.48'/« 2,r" ' Grwth . Incom Insur • Advisrs Affillald Afulre All Am F Allstate Alpha Fd Arncap Am Bus Am Dvln 6.18 6.77 3.59 3.93 4.57 7.20 4.45 4.86 6.29 6,8) 6.12 4.12 .43 .49 9 09 9.77 9.29 10.15 5.07 5.54 2.89 3.13 8.90 9.72 Amer Express: Capif Incme Invest Spec I Stock Am Grlh Am. Ins. Fd. 7.12 7.78 8.10 8.85 7.70 8.42 7.44 7.44 8.13 5.10 5.57 11.7312.82 Am Inv 4.91 4.91 Am Mut 7 54 8.24 . .Inc Nat 8.48 9.27 Loomls Sayles: 2.67 7 'i 2.68 2.68'i AmN Glh Am Pac Anchor Group: 2.38 2.63 6.42 7.02 SOYBEAN OIL Caoit 11.70 11.74 11.50 11.57 11.42 Grwth 11.35 11.45 11.13 11.15 1.130! Incme 11.05 11.10 10.80 10.82 li.03! Fd Inv 10.73 10.47 10.51 10.77 i Apollo Fd 10.40 10.20 10.20 '" •" ! " '10.00 9.82 9.82 9.83 9.40 9.40 9.70 9.50 9.52 Sep Oct Dec Jan Mar 9165 9J7 SOYBEAN MEAL --- io':?o 5 10.30 10.00 9.79 4.92 7.58 9.3310.22 7.09 7.77 7.44 8.39 unavail 1.14 1.27 May Jul Oct 72.75 7J.35 74.15 74.10 Dec 49.80 70.00 49.00 49.00 Jan 49.00 49.10 Mar 49.85 49.85 CHOICE STEERS Jun 30.20 30.25 Auq 30.35 30.35 Oct 29.85 29.85 10.34 i Associa .... ._. 10.00 Aslron 4.24 4.43 9.74 Axe Houqhton: 9.45 Fund A 4.74 5.17 72.50 73.40 75.10 s'toS B US I'll 73.25 73.80 74.801 S Ci Cp 4.15 4.51 _ absoft 7;76~7.74 Beacon 11.4211.42 Berg Knt 7.93 7.93 Blair Fd 4.44 7.04 BLC Gwth 8.42 9.20 BLC Inc. 8.49 9.50 69.70 70.00 70.40 48.80 349.10 49.40 48.90 369.10 369.65 69.60 849.85 a70.30 Dec May Jun Jul Sep while aluminum makers had in-! N ?>- ICED B WLM 40 30.15 30.25 29.80 29.55 30.15 30.25 29,80 29.40 30.45 30.50 27.97 27.50 27.97 27.40 28.42 28.02 28.42 28.00 ?8.87 28.5$ 28.87 .58.55 24.92 24.77 24.92 24.75 a25.50 25.50 a—Asked; n—" ' ' ^^ NEW YORK MONDAY (AP)-Potalo! "Prices unchanged; demand light; supfutures: Maine closed 1 to I4c higher; plies ample. sales 1.548 contracts, May, $4.09; Nov., > Grade AA (93 score) 48V4-70C, mostly J2.50. - ' 49>':c. American Stocks , NEW YORK (AP)-Followincrls-an-a6bfeviaied list of stocks traded Monday on the American Slock Exchange with sales, closing prices and net changes. AMEX SALES Total stock sales Sales year ago Aberdn Mlg 4 Aberdn Pel 6 Aero Flow. 10 Aeronca Inc Aerovox CP Alletn nc Airlift intl Ajax Magn< Alan Wood Alaska Airl Allcg Airl AllesAIrl wt . 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Allison Industries Allison Industries, Inc., Allison^ which. is offering lowans 60,000 shares of its stock at $5 a share, reported at the firm's annual meeting recently that first-quarter sales were-186 per cent higher than in the last quarter of 1969. Figures for the two periods were not-reported, but officials said receipt of orders indicates sales for the present year "will far exceed" the previously anticipated $250,000. Bondstk 5.27 5.74 Boston St 4.48 7.19 ,i Bost Fdn 9.39 10.27 J I Boston 7.11 7.77 Broad St 11.4412.48 Bullock Calvin: Bullck 11 8713.00 Candn 17.4019.03 Divid 3.17 3.47 NatW S 9.22~9.97 NY Vnt 13.31 14.57 BusM Fd 4.77 7.42 CG Fd - Sali (in $l,i... . tAIr Red 3"«s87 AlleghL cv4sSl AlliedCh 3V:s78 Allied Pd 7s84 AlldSt cv4i'js92 AAirl cv5'-3591 AAirl cv4'/<s92 The company, which started Am Alrl CV4S9 ° The proposed offering of $378,000 of bonds by Charles City to provide funds for building a city hall — which had been scheduled for Monday — was postponed ''because of present market conditions," and will be rescheduled for a later date. New York Bonds NEW YORK (API-Following Is an abbreviated list of domestic corporation bonds traded on the New York stock Exchange Monday with sales, highs, lows, closing prices and net changes: Wheat futures declined as much as 2'/4 cents a bushel on the board of trade Monday. Other grain futures and soybeans also^closed~on~ a weak tone. -Reports that the winter wheat crop is in excellent condition and that the yield from five of GRAIN TRADE fu- CHICAGO, MONDAY (API-Grain tures purchases Monday: Prev. session Year_Ago Hl> Net Wheat Corn Oats Rye Soybeans Total 4,375,000 20,025,000 1,360,000 75,000 ' 24,150,000 49,985,000 20,825,000 69,580,000 2,490,000 - 605,000 12,200,000 105,700,000 Open Interest In wheat futures the previous session totaled 76,835,000 bushels; corn 149,015,000; oats 13,020,000; rye 1,835,000) soybeans 79,830,000; total 420,- llgh Low Close Ctiq. , 42 47H 45 473'j + '-«! the operations last August produc- $$$$ 84 2Vi 5 231/4— >/4 168 l3'/4— "j 17 29%— " 4 18 30'/4— Vi 44 4'/3— 1/4 49 5V»— '/4 9 9 234 30*«—2 87 42?i—5 34 10 11 4'i— 11 5'4 — 51.1 + 2 J; ing pick-up covers, had five employes in January, and has 17 now. Officers, re-elected, are Steve Brandt, president; Kenneth Smith, vice-president; John Brandt, secretary, and Cliff Burroughs, treasurer. 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Wieres, Harvey Poppe and A. J. Hobson. American Motors Corp. had a $10 million quarterly loss despite increased car sales and income. AMC's directors vo'ted for the 19th consecutive quarter to omit payment of a dividend to stockholders. The last one was 12Vi cents in September, 1965. Car Sales Up Retail car sales in the quarter ended Mar. 31 totaled 64,444 vehicles, compared with 61,712 in the comparable three months last year, said Roy D. Chapin, jr., chairman. He said net sales including cars, recreational vehicles and \°$* ^VsW government contracts totaled " ~ $273,145,000 'for the quarter, compared to $187,106,000 in the like quarter of 1969. The loss of $10,067,000 figured out to 41 cents a share compared with AMC earnings of $735,000 or 4 cents a share in the second quarter in the last fiscal year. American Motors operates on a fiscal year ending Sept. 30. For the six months ended Mar. 31, the company had a net loss of $25,730,000 compared with net income of $5,275,000 or 28 cents a share a year ago. |S ales were $511,948,000 Vs" $390,494,000. Strike Chapin said a five-week strike at its Wisconsin plants in October and November had affected its earnings. They said the assimilation of recently acquired Kaiser-Jeep into AMC had "moved ahead on -schedule." They expressed confidence tht customer "preference for smaller, more economical cars will increase." The company's stock, traded on the New York Stock Exchange, has a 1970 range of $11.62 to Monday's close of $8.12. GM Dividend 19 138 . 10 24'/3 3 44'/4 35 52 8 104V3 31 57',i 57 3 73V3 73"3 22 81','j SO 5 41 41 3 S4'/4 22 44 48'/l +»% 15 —2'/3 24V3 50& — IVi 041/1 1041/3 —1 71W 71'/a 68' i 15 24'/2 66'/4 57 — W 73'.T —3 '/a 8,Va 59 46 3 ,i • ~ 13 19 8 '! 24 1 44 77 44 4.1' 4 79 54 Vi 90 82 81'4 74 743/4 44 44< i 44 " 44 77'i 70 43 50 105 53 54'/4 45 89'/i 57 . - . 44 ] .i 105 107 105 15 53i'3 53 44"4 ' 79"4 5«'/a 90 82 82 74'-2 74'/4 44 66'. 47>3 44 44 70'4 _ . ... 78'z 77'-3 78 92'1 91'/« 9110 771,i 92 72J/4 43'3 5114 44 59 58'i 89?i — H/i 59 — "a - -2V3 79 54' 7 90 82 + 1,1 si u — m 76 — '/j 74 3 .i —i-i 66 -m 66 Vi 67'.2 + I.i 66 64 —1 — 1-7 9Ui _ l.-, 77W 70 — 2V» 63'2 50' ! could be greater than estimated 'some 60 days ago, brought liquidation in wheat. Good growing weather was also a selling factor in corn and oats. Soybeans fell around 1 cent under commercial liquidation. Wheat was IVz to 2V4 cents a bushel lower; corn was \'\ to % cent lower; oats were Vs cent lower to % cent higher; rye was % cent lower to 2 cents higher and soybeans were % to IVs cents lower. Des Moines Grain Des Moines prices has less than carlo) Monday: Receipts — Corn, 90 cars; soybeans, 147. Wheat - Farmer No. 1, $1.24'/j. Feed prices are subject to wide variations In different sections of the state due to transportation, handling and storage °Pure bran — $3.07-3.70. Soybean meal — $5.45-4.10. Linseed meal — $$.40-5.70. Midds —$2.90-3.70. Tankage — $4.30. Central Iowa Market County elevator bids on corn, oats, soybeans in area near Des Moines show the following Friday: Oats — No. 1 white 50c-42c. Corn - No. 2 yellow $1.12-1.13. Soybeans — No. 2 modified, 13 moisture, $2.47-$2.49. — 7 3 - 5 ?" 34 100-til 100 100 1 , 39 mi ino^'i ioo<-« ' 70 70 50 Capamr Capit Inv 2.93 3.21 Capit Shr 5." 4.J4 Cent Shr 9.72 10.42 Channlng Funds: - ' 10.0210 95 1.42 1.55 4.39 4.80 4.71 7.33 Balan Com St Grwth Incom Sped . . 1.75 1.91 Chase Gr Bos:' Capit Fund Frnt Shrhd Spec! 5.58 6.10 7.71 8.43 64.16 67.01 9.07 9.91 7.04 7.69 Chemcl 15.3914.82 Colonial: Equtv Fund Grwth Incom Vent Col Grth Commc ComS Bd Cwlth AB Cwlth CD Comp As 10.2411.19 10.7811.78 4,49 7.09 Downt F 3.90 4.27 rexel 12.07 12.07 Dreyf Fd 10.0711.04 Dreyf Lv 10.91 11.94 Eaton&Howard: Falrfd : arm Bu =ed Grth Fid Cap Chicago Cash 50'2 47 44'a !520 34'i 30'4 185 38 37'.'j 10 138'/, 1.HV, 49 70<'i 49 " 77 77 1 57 M 8' 'A 71'2 . 8 3 30 10 68'/4 13 65 5 43 75'i 71 71 _ 79"a 79'j 54 53Ai 44^4. 44'/4 49 49 90'<j 90Vi -• 48 44 43 -- - 75'i 45V. 45 57Va 57 70 -1 5n>/i + r, 47 —1 44 —Vi 3n"4 — 4*4 371/3 —H 13«'/3 +4 49 —1 77 —'.. 54'.i —.]i'a 88 —H 71'i 4- r, 711'j + Vi 79"j 53Si +1.3 49 90'/2 — 'l 68 — 1/4 / Nat Dsit 4Vas92 NY Cent 4S80 NYCent 5s2013 NY Cent 4s98 Northro 4*is87 Owen III 4'?s92 PacG&E 5s89 Pac fiE 4?«s92 Pac GE 4'7593 5 Pac GE 3 3 4s78 4 PacG&E 3s79 10 PAA CV514S89 89 PAA CV4 7 /1S79 PAA cv4'/]S84 PAA CV4M/3S86 ._ . Pen Dix^-!cv5s82 n 72 3 /4 72'/i 72',i Penney M 4'/4S93 71 104'^ 103V< 103W —>i Pennev_.4*sB4 8 4S , 45 , «5 * -2?4 CHICAGO, MONDAY (AP) — Wheat was nominally lower; basis unchanged; receipts 3 cars. Corn lower; basis lower; receipts 154 cars. Oats nominally higher; basis unchanged; receipts 1 car. Soybean receipts were 45 cars Including 3 cars for CCC Wheat No. 2 hard yellow' JV.52 n; No. 2 soft red $1.56 n. Corn No. 2 yellow $1.31-31 Va; No. 3 yellow $1.26-30; No. 4 yellow $1.25. Oats No. 2 extra heavy white 69VjC n. Soybeans No. 1 yellow $2.48'/a n. Soybean oil 11.92C n. GREASE — Choice white grease was 83,i-9c a Ib.; bleachable fancy .tallow 8 3 ,<c; and "B" white special tallow 8c. 44 —V 43 75 "4 l>i 25 127 127 52 72H 72' 70 48 47 . 65 + Vt 57 _ V 2 1J7 —1 '/4 72' i + ',, 473J — 1/4 Phlla El 9s95 la El 75 97 PhllaET 4V.S97 ^5 PhllaE 5s89 44 PhilaEi 2«s74- -3 Rapid Arp 7s94 48 Rever cv5'/3s92 »9Va 8l 71 81- Sears R 64i$93 ars arsR Inclr CV4HSS4 Sears R 4 3 is83 R 4 Ac 5s82 .oCalEd 3'is80 Staui. Elevens, cv4s90 TalcotNat 6f94 Teledyne 7s99 Teledyn 3'-is92 Tenneco 9 1 is75 Tenneco 7s93 Tenneco 6'/4S92 Tenneco 6s79 TWA 6'/as78f UnAirLin 5s91 Unit At 4'..s92 UAirc cv5 3 is91 UAIrC CV4V2S8B UAIrc cv4'/2S92 " " c CV4S90 _ - - r cvSsaa US Smlt 5^593 USSteet 44is96 USStee! 4V2S86 UnMerc U Nuclr 991/3 — m fl I «^2 71 -3'4 a* II -'* 80',2 80','a 85 85 74^i 754i 72 72 97'i 97'4 72'i 72',i 98"4 991/3 72'ri 7J'/j " 47V3 53 —I'.i 70 - ' 47S« l"a 74 71 1 i + 81 — ai 74' J i — 3J 77'i — =4 44% -Vt 40 —1 Vi —1 ! Minneapolis MINNEAPOLIS, MONDAY (AP) — Wheat receipts today 242. year aqo 206; Spring wheat cash trading basis unchanged; prices unchanged to Vtc lower; "- ' J " r •--— 11-17 protein $1.673/4- No. f dark northern 2.04 3 ,4,- Test Weight premiums: Ic each pound 58 to 41 Ibs.; Ic discount each V'z Ib. ypd.SC. 5 *JJ!*.i .eroje!n_prjc.es:. " P er cent '.84*4-1.88%; $l.47%-1.71>ViR ., ! -75% i J A 51 .??V4-1.78%; ..._... - ., JI .11 T4"l ./O'/4 i I3t <>l ,Q»*-M" 14,•Jl.92tf-l.9tt4; 17, S2.00J4-2.04V4,- hard Montana winter Sl.Sl^-l.Bi 3 .!,- No. 1 Mlnn- Balan Grwth Incom Sped Stock Eberst Egret Emrg Sc Enerqy Entprse Equity 8.90 9.7 10.31 11.27 5.46 5 9 7.41 8.11 11.4312.70 11.2012.24 10.5511.47 5.24 5.75 11.0711.07 5.88 7.74 8.44 Eout Gth 15.5217.0 Essex 12.90 Everst In 11.3812.44 8 50 9.29 8.48 8.48 11.2517.31 9.73 10.4! Fid Fund 13.4414.49 Fid Trnd 19.5421.38 Financial Proq: Dynm Indust Incom Fsfp" Va Fstln Dis Fst InGth Fst InStk Fst Multl Fst Nat 4.34 4.7. ,344 3.7 5.44 5.9 5.20 5.* 8.98 9.8 4:50 7 n 4.70- 7.34 7.19 7.88 7.63 7.7 6.13 6.7. Fst Slera 34.49 40.0 Flet Cap Flet Fnd Fla Gth Fnd Gth Foundrs Foursq 5.58 5.18 . 5.14 5.4 4.27 4.47 7.11 7.7 8.25 9.05 Franklin Grouo: ONTC Grwth Ulil Incom Freedm r d frMut Fund Am >en Sec .ibraltr Grouo Sec; - Apox F 4.47 7.08 Bal Fd 8.14 8.91 Com St 11.18 12.22 GrthFd A 4.12 4 49 7 32 . 5.53 4.04 5.82 4.31 1.94 2.13 4.84 7.51 unaval 7.58 8.31 8.78 8.71 7.77 7.85 Grth Ind 'ryphn uardn Hamilton: HFI Glh Hanovr Harbor ^rtwll. H8.C L»v 17.50 17.50 12.1713.30 21.0721.07 3.74-4.'10 4.18 4.74 1.01 1.10 7.50 B-.2I 8.98 8.98 8.23 8.2.1 •ledb Gor. 4.70 4.70 Hedoe ' 9 2510.10 Heritqe N Mann Hubsmn ICM Finl ISI Gth ISI Inc Impact F imp Cap Imp Gth 1.98 2:14 13.1813.7 4.24 4.43 4.55 7.1f 4.00 4.3; 3.97 4.3 4.47 7.29 Ind Trnd Inc FdB Indepnd 8.7 4.09 4.44 10.7511.7 4.31 4.9 5.94 4 5 3.44 3.94 8.82 9.58 3.54 3.81 14.11 17.51 8.78 9.44 4.34 .4.89 4.18 4.57 IDS Mut Pros --^ Stock select var Py nv Resh stel ohTsfrPS^ITiTir" Mrs. Florence Cullinan of Ce-j The masons had stayed on (eystone Funds: ' months. .Lsctttementr- dar Rapids appeared'in Linn jthe job last Friday when some County District Court and was| other unions struck ' antl ^port- given until Friday to enter heri^ re f ch ^ ™ agreement 5 . T , . .„:. „. •„ ! with contractors over the week- plea. Judge Clinton Shaeffer | enf j . • then released her on her own|' -r^ Cedar Rap j ds sct ,, e . ment was the only progress reported Monday in a state- fij l ; jf range in age from 2 (6 19,-al-l wide building trades union 1 "strike that has idled construc- 7.70 8.45 18.41 19.22 19.12 20.84 .8.43 9.20 7.05 7.70 4.09 4.47 15.44 17.09 8.71 9.51 3.13 3.44 ?:" i os I recognizance. 7 25 7 92 ' 12:4313^8] Mrs. Cullinan, whose children S: 38 3 5: 2 5 7 3 legedly failed to report (hat she !_•. l I 32.78 7.78 8.78 12.2012.20 Wagna In unavail Viais Glh 9i94 io!84 \Aanhtn Mass Fd 4.79 5.23 9.23 10.12 Wass Tr Wales Mathers . . 12.80 13.99 3.48 3.48 9.73' 9.73 Merid Fd 11.31 12.36 Mid A Mu 4.93 5.39 Mid Am. Mut Fd. 4.93 5.39 \Aoody CP 10'.95 1l'.97 Aoodvis 11,43 12.71 WIF Fd. 7.37 7.97 -Gt ... Omc Mu Omln \Aut "' Muf .... JEA Mut Mat Ind tion over much of Iowa. was receiving $100 a week in; /u Sjoux cify _ contractors . rc . child support from her former! p0 r te d no settlement was husband and had been earning_reached after mornihg mpel- about $360 a month at time job. a full- ' n S s w '' n " 1C laborer union and 'an.after noon session with Welfare officials'said her twoj bricklayers. __ — Harlan Montgomery of the > . * *u t mi i iTiuiiiguiiii-ijr t'l i i IT.. oldesLchildren were taking part I Sioux City Master Builders As- G?h Ji* 4:93!' n a separate education and job < socialioh said it would be at mG 4.21 4.58 trajnjng pr0 g ram wnjch pro . ( least Wednesday before further vided them with $74 a morith in! ^gotiations would be held with Shrs 12.90 Trst 1.89 8.89 9.44 - " 12.90 .89 1.89 1.74 8.94 J.10 8.10 .-. Invst 4.52 7.13 Nat Secur Ser: 9.45 10.33 Balan Bond Divid Grwth Pf Slk Incom Stock Grth (eywth •J5W7WI3—11... ...„, Jewton 12.40 13.77 4.94 5.42 3.74 4.09 7.44 8.15 4.04 4.4? 7.58 3.24 J Wo< ! those two unions and new Nich Stra 'Joreast Ocnooh 3meqa 00 Fd 01 Fd One Wms 1 9.20 9.20 14.S5 14.55 5.93 5.93 5.73 5.85 17.31 13.45 8.44 9.22 12 63 12 63 11.5411.54 6.28 6.86 Opp AIM 8.31 9.08 QTC Sec. 10.03 10.9] O'Nell Oopenh ace Fnd 3 aul Rev 'enn Sq l ne "i f ion Ent 7.13 7.79 6.05 6.61 6.99 4.99 4.60 4.60 12.1513.32 unavail 6.14 4.73 9.70 9.70 5.48 6.21 Ion Fnd 10.23 11.18 Plan Inv 8.95 9.78 Prjce Funds: Grwth 20.40 20.60 -.53 _8.53 i r .. . .... .... . uiuac i vvvi uiiiinio aim tin in; vv benefits plus tuit.on at K.rkwood! lalks havc hccn sche duleri with Community College. the carpenters or ironworkers _, ; who also are on strike. COnSUmeT Debt Tn Des Moine s. contractor?; ft u • ; spokesmen said no new talks Small jRISC i have been scheduled with rcp- — ! resentatives of laborer's union Leased Wire From Dow Jones \ 177. which has shut clown con- WASH1NGTON, D.C. — ]n- i strtiction in a 10-counly area stallment debt outstanding rose | since me n ibcrs struck Friday, a seasonally adjusted $198 mil-j lion in March, narrower than j the $418 million increase, in i February and the slimmestj monthly advance in almost -j three years, the Federal Re-; Era _. - Hor 20.27 20.'27 E™..f.H.™» •«.« 8.15 s.'ea 9l?o 'uritan 'utnam Eoult Georg Grth Incom Funds: Vovag ep Tech Rosenlh Salem Fd „..„ .,..„ Schuslr 12.79 14 no Scudder Funds: Int Inv Spcl Bal Com St . unavair 28.64 28.64 13.31 13.31 8,58 Security Funds: Equty - Invest Ultra >e ec Am >el Specs jham Fd Sh Dean 2.62 2.86 4.78 7.41 5.80 4.34 8.35 9,03 12.20 13:34 Igma Captl Invest jwn Inv iwlnv Gt 7.19 7.84 9.2910.15 7.79 8.51 7.90 790 * - aioi 4.00 5.55 State Bond GR 4,14 4.10 Com. I s . I'Frm Gt 4.47 4.47 State St 38.253925 Steadman Funds: Am Ind 7.37 8.08 - -° Flduc , Sclen Stein Roe Bal Can Op , Stock Sup. Shrs, , (la.) Sup inGt SuplnSt Teachrs Techncl . 2 98 Fds: 1.30 1.41 5.79 4.35 ?:S? S:?S 'J:8*« 4.47 o Technol 6 17 472 .91 23;.8.42r 2 Towr MR Tran Cao Trav Eq f 44 4.87 4i4l .7.92 }•»> Twi SS ..SPI sir VnceS SR| Vandrbt Vangd Var IndP Viking .74 6.20 i : 8f 4 Ii !•§ 'tMlnqtn GFouo txplr 19.01 2i Ivest 11c* * 'Morn Techv Trust ^f,"" 1 Ws 8 ' 87 8.62 9°,42 10.04 10.99 indr a'22 '5'9a , West Ind Winfield Wise Fd Worth 8.22 ifiMih S !;8 2.15 3.35 Cocoa NEW YORK (MONDAY) (AP)-Co£C* futures closed 54 to 72 points ,,lower; sales 2,044 contracts; May .24,05c; July 24.94C; Sept. 27.70C; Dec. 28T50C; Mar. 29.00ci -May 59.40C; •Julv-^59.79c; Sent ;.D. No. 1 hard winter Sl.SOW-l.BS^i; No. hard amber durum, $1.43-1.47; discounts, amber 2-3c; durum 5-7c. Corn No. 2 yellow 51.22'/4-1.24i,4. Oats No. 2 extra heavy .white 44c. Barley, Larker 97c-S1.14; Olckson 97c- 51.14; feed 88-94c. Rye No. 1. and 2 $1.15-1.18. • Flax No. 1 $3.00 nominal. Soybeans No. 1 yellow S2.41';. RANGE OF PRICES Open High Low Close WHEAT Jun 1.731/i 1.73'A ' 1.72V2 1.723.4 Sep 1.47'/> 1.48 1.471/3 1.67', Standard bran unchanged, $47.00; standard middlings unchanoe, $44.00. Kansas City KANSAS CITY, MONDAY (AP) — Wheat 250 cars, down l'/4C-up 'zc, No. 2 hard and dark hard $1.441/3-1.71^, No. 3 $1.423.4-1.71, No. 2 red $1.441.4-1.44, No. 5 29.00c) -May 29.40C; 30.21c. Soot Accra 3Q3,4C. Jujy-- ASK STATE AID GM 'REFORM' serve Board (Fed) Monday. The Fed said the March increase was the smallest since the $190 million gain in May, 1967, and compares to an aver, age monthly incre'ase of $3321 reported; rrne 1nwa Employment Security Commission was asked Monday to use the 1,000 shares of General Motors stock it controls to-aid the Campaign GM effort to "reform General Motors from within." million in the first quarter ofi M f k G , orTdon ' 2 ?; » r ?f arch t^ year M i worker at Iowa State Univer- ^ ,. ' , , jsity, and Neil Fox, 24, and Janis Both new loans and repay-! p!atti 32, ISU students, urged ments in March were 'down jthe C0 mmission~ to vote its from- February^ jhe report ' stock in favor of thrce sn ™- . , • ;form" resolutions to be Total ne)V loans extended in cusscd at General Molors March were $8,392,000,000, down from the $8,625,000,000 in February and only slightly ahead of the $8,381,000,000 a year ago. U.S. BONDS T NEW YORK (AP)'- ClosTfiiJ over the counter U.S. Government Treasury bonds, bid, -asked, net change and yield tor Monday. 4s 70 Auq 99 99.4 21/3S 71-44 94 94.8 -/.4 4s 71 95.10 95.18 3'/«s 71 94.10 4s 72 Feb 93.22 2'/3S 72-47 Jun 89.20 4s 72 Aug 92 2'/3S 72-47 Sep 88.18 2V'2S 72-47 Dec 87.18 4s 73 88.18 X'.s 73 88.8 4Vis 74 87.18 4'is 74 87.8 3?is 74 84.12 4s 80 74 3</3S 80 48.20 3'/4S 83-78 . 44.20 3'.is 85 44 8 4'/4S 85-75 70 3'/3S 90 43.28 4>,4S 92-87 47.28 4s 93-88 • 44.14 43.28 43.28 -7 14 7.08 7.71 7.72 94.18 —.4 93.30 —.2 89.28 —.2 7.. 92.1 —.2 • 7 78 88.26 -.4.. 7.78 87.26 —.4 7.75 88.26 —.4 7.95 88.14 —.4 87.26 —.4 87.16 —.6 84.28 —.8 75 —.12 49.20 -.12 65.20 —.12 65.8 —.12 71 -.20 64.28 —.20 48.28 —.20 47.14 —.14 67 —.16 7.71 7.93 792 7.94 7.92 7.48 7.77 7.39 7.03 7.50 4.75 7.04 4.83 4.98 4>/«s 94-89 3s 95 3'/3S 98 Prices quoted In dollars and 32nds^ Subiect to Federal taxes but not to Slate income taxes. 44.28 —.20 5.44 44 28 —.20 4.13 TREASURY NOTES NEW YORK (API-Closing U.S, Treasury Notes bid and asked prices in dollars and thirty seconds and approximate yield to maturity for Monday: May 5tt 1970 99.30 100 May 4H 1970 99.31 Auq 4Yt 1970 99.20 Oct 1V4 1970 97.8 Nov 5 1970 '. 98.20 Feb SVt 1971 Feb 73/4 1971 Apr 1W 1971 May 5V4 1971 May. 8 1-971 ••' Aua 8i/4 1971 Oct lVj-1971 Nov 5ft 1971 Feb 43/4 1972 Apr I'/s 1972 May 43/4 1972 Oct 11/3 1972 Apr 11/3 1973 May 73.4 1973 Auq 8Vi 1973 Oct l'/3 1973 Apr Ito 1974 Auq 5*i 1974 Oct I to 1974 100.1 99 24 97.24 98,24 98.12 100.2 95.14 97.24 100.10 100.20 93 94.24 95.2 90.8 94.14 B8 ^ 85,74 11 n^9.14 99.30 94.14 97.18 100.2 100.12 92 94.18 94.24 89.8 94.4 87 8 8525 99 14 .. Corn 114 cars while $1.57-$1.65, unch-down Uc, No No. NEW YOR Approx final total Previous day Week ago Month ago Year ago Two years ago Jan 1 to date revsied 1949 to date 1948 to date SALES K(AP) -N Y Bond sales $19,310,000 ,, $ 1,248,101,0 $ 1. 280.199,000 $ 1,341,012,000 Hide Market NEW YORK, MONDAY (AP) - Raw hide Jytyres closed quiet, no .sales, mk .-„-,-,- closed quiet, no sales Spot light native cowhides 18c. .-., No. 3 $1.23-1.64, yellow and mixed Sl.03'i, No. 3 $1.29'.:. Oats 4 cars, up '/ac, No. 2 white 76' ic. No. 3 4334-75'.ic. Milo maize $1.97-2.00 cwt, Rye98'/ac-$1.07. Barley 90-98C. Soybeans 2.57',i-2.71. Sacked bran $47.00-7j a ton. Sacked shorts $43.50-44.25 a ton. Wheat futures closed down v. to Ic. WHEAT FUTURES Open High Low 1.40 1.39' 1.34'i 1.33 1.34H 1.35 J 1.39'-j 1.381 1.42'i 1.41 May Jul Seo Dec Mar 1 .691-i 1.34'.i 1.343.i . I .42' 4 Close 1.393« 1.333,i! 1.36 I 1.39'ii 1.41'il Silver NEW. YORK, MONDAY AP) — Silver futures closed 490 to 520 points lower, sales 4.928 contracts; May 166.30c; June 47.50C; July 16B.70C; Sept. 171.90C; Dec. 176.90c; Jan. 178.60C; Mar. 181.90c; May 185.20C; July 188.40C; Sept. 192.00C May 6Vj 1974 Auq 7W 1974 Feb 8 1977 . ........ Prices quoted In dollars and 32nds. Sublect to federal- taxes but not to State Income taxes. _ ' _____ 97.28 100.1 5.48 4.97 7.19 7.21 7.47 7.54 7.44 4.72 7.50 747 7.71 4.82 7.42 7.77 7.077.77 '7.01 7.00 7.94 7.90 7.03 7.25 8.03 7.22 7.98 7.94 7.28 1 7.92 7.84 7.94 7.88 7.98 "re- dis- annual meeting May 22. The .resolutions, aimed at getting the largest industrial firm in the world to lake a more active role in attacking . pollution and promoting auto safety, are part of a nationwide drive by Campaign GM. After an hour-long meeting with the local Campaign GM representatives, Commission Chairman George Luhdberg of Des Moines said the group would give "serious consid- eraton" to the move. The commission controls 1,000 shares of General Motors stock, worth about $70,000, as part of the investments of the Iowa Public Employes Retirement System (IPERS). EARNINGS (L»a'ed Wire to The Register) (For period ending Mar. 31 unless otherwise indicated.) Year Latest fe?? ALLIED PRODUCTS quartei A share $ $ ,;n Oper. net 451.000 1,329,000 Sales 51,343,000 50,941,000 CHICAGO PNEUMATIC TOOL quarter: • share $ .44 $ 74 A, share $ .«-* . Net income SlfcbflO Net loss ^- 134,000 FINANCIAL GENERAL quarter: A share ^- $ .50 $ .41 Net income 2,075,147 1,494,409 INTL NICKEL quarter: A, share $ .59 J "• — 54 *let Income 44,443,000 40,133,000 EWANEE quarter: .... 5; 2,474,000 33,391,000 »;,~ . PEPSICO' quarter: ,000 A share , Ne Sa et income les i .44 $ .40 9,841,000 8,915,000 225,614,000 189,001,000 RESISTOFLEX CORP. 9 months: A share $ .12 S 32 Net Income W8.273 193,997 SCHLUMBERGER quarter: A share $ .92 $ .90 Net Income 10,597,000 10.400,000 3.452.328 Tflit tnnounctmtnt Is neither an offtr to sell nor the solicitation of an offer to buy . «/>/ 9i ihtse tfcuritits. The offer ing is made only by the Prospectut. 400,000 Shares INC. Common Stock (».&0 Par Value) Price $24;25 per Share Falcon Sbd Fed Resrces Fejmatu Oil Fpmwavi Flnan Genl l6'-i Prent Hall LAND BANK BONDS NEW YORK (AP) — Closing Federal Land Bank Bonds: 4.70s June WO 6.75s 5 une i.75s Jv,i,i ii.»s July ulv Aua 4-7S Oct 6,30s Oct 4.BOS Feb 8'/'s April 7.35s Aoril 4'«s Feb 5.70s Feb 3'is Sept 8.35s Sept 5 7 -»s Oct 8.45$ July 7.80s Oct 4'^s Feb B J BS Jan 4Hs Apr 5s Feb 5^as July 41 is Feb 5Hs Apr Ss Jan Bid and ttndi. n 4— .. t Harg 22 1 13-16+3-16 INDEX NEW YORK (AP) - American Stock Exchange Index: High Low Close Net Chg. 22.00 21.56 21.65 -.34 American Leaders NEW YORK (MONQAVi (AP)-Sales, closing price and net change of the ten most active slocks traded on the American Stock Exchange: 210,700 7».« —3 108.600 28 -2-"« r 98,600 7Ji« — *'• A/\KK wi VTR Inc. Equity Fnd Saxon Ind Beck Ind MIlDO Elect Digital Eg 41.2 Telenromp Roml Ame 79.300 73JWO _ . 65,500 2S)a 48.700 48 40,700 937,200 54 34,400 2 3'3 —4* - —1 asked tractions AMERICAN MARKET DIARY Mod. Fri.i Advances • 148 280 ; Declines 753 444 Unchanged : -1 2071 Total issues 1.073 1,033 New 1970 hiyhs 2 0' Ne* 1970 lo*s 219 HJ General Motors Corp. declared an 85-cent quarterly dividend on common stock, payable June 10 to stockholders of record May 14. The company paid similar amount in prior quarters and last June also paid a 25-cent extra dividend. GM's stock, traded on the New York Stock Exchange, has a 1970 range of $76.25 to $64 and closed Monday at $68.75 j where the yield on the $4.30j dividend paid in 1969, including j extras, is 6.2 per cent. Corporate Profits Profits of 665 early reporting companies in the first quarter fell 8.9 per cent from the 1969 Copies of tht Prospectus may be. obtained In any State only from such of tht sevtrtl undtrwfittri u may lawfully offer the tecuritits in men State. First Mid America Cor»«r»UM • Cpsco Chain are designed by •eating engineer! and maw-produced by ikilled craftsmen . . . to look better, feel better and wear better thgn others coating twice a* much! Cosco Secretarial Chair shown here has four comfort adjustments, all made without tool*. We'll deliver this or any other Coaco Chair on free 10-day trial. Call todayl WWte, Weld & Co. BlytU & Co., Inc. Eastman Dillon, Union Securities & Co. Goldman, Sachs & Co. Hornblower & YVeeks-Hemphill, Noyes Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith Paine, Webber, Jackson & Curtis Smith, Barney & Co. Dean Witter & Co. G.H. Walker & Co. Piper, Jaffray & Hopwood T. C. Henderson St Co., Inc. Mary1.1970

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