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The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 9

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Closing Stocks Closing Over Market Arraignment Tuesday, April 8, 1975, THE HERALD, Provo, Utah-Page 9 closing prices (Bpll AbbottL 1.44 -M, Adams Mill! 34 + '» Aircolnc .90 14H- '4 AlcanAl 1.20 I9S-1 AllegCp ,45d 8H-'» AllidOi 1.80 34»fc-l'* AllisCha .2« 8*4 Alcoa 1.34 35V- to AMAX 1.7S 40-*» AmHes .30g 16'/ 4 + * Am Airlines 8V<-'» ABrand 2.6« 3»to-to A Can 2.20a x31'4—'• AmCyan Ito 25*4-'/4 Am Motors 5**—"A AmNGs 2.54 34^- '* AmSmlt Ito \tto-'4 Am Stud Jl -'* AmTiT 3.40 48H+ to AMFIn 1.24 15-', Anacnd 1.20 16'*- ", Ariz PS 1.36 I3H Armeo 1.60a 29H-" 4 ArmsCk .92 23*4- to AshlnOil Ito 18»*-"« AtlRichf 2S Bl'4-f H Avco Corp 4*—'/4 BabiWil .80 1SH- H Basiclnc .60 9 - Mi Beckmn .50 31*4 Bell Hwl .84 14 -to Bendix 1.80 29to-l\ BethSteel 2a 33 J4 - to Bobbie Brks 2'- 4 + to Boeing .80 2*S- * Borden 1.30 21*4—'.- 4 Borg W 1.35 W/4-H BrisMy 1.60 56H-l'/ 4 Brunswk .40 12*4- to Budd Co .80 Burrghs , .60 CanPac .82d 15-'< CaterTr 1.80 62V4-»» C B S 1.46 43V 4 -1M, Celanse 2.80 29-^ CerroC 1.20 14>iChessle2.1t32 Chrysler Cp 10M>—% CitSrv 2.40g 37 3 4- to CocaCol 2.30 Kto-Vt Colgate .68 27'<-lMi Col Gas 2.06 26H+ * ComSlv 1.40 43*ii+ to CmwEd 2.30 23'*- V 4 CommSat 1 35'4+ "4 CbnEd .30b II 1 j+ to ConsmPw 2 14*4-'» ConllAL. 10k 5'/ 4 CatlCan l.M - to ContintlOil 2 44 - Mi Coopln 1.44 35 -'.* CPC Intl 2 39'*- H CrownZ 1.80 32 CurtissWA 2 20V4 Cyclop 1.40a 20*4—*k Dart In .60g 21*4-% DaytonH .60 12 - '/ 4 DetEdis 1.45 10% 4 Mi Diamdlntl 2 28%-',* Disney .12g 50'/»+ % DowCh 1.40 72*4 Dravo 1.60 30%-M> DuPont l' 4 b 101 DuqneL 1.72 15'z-'/ 4 . Eastern Air S'-i- V 4 EastK 1.56a 89S+ % ElPasC 1.10 12-'< HtraCp 1.60 25% Entexln 1.20 17'j- to Esmark 1.40 25%- % Elhyl C 1.20 32- Mi Evans Prod 5 —to Ex Cell 0 1 IS'i-'s Exxon 1'jb 70%-% Find Fed 5k 9%- ',4 Firstne 1.10 17'n FMC Cp .92 14%-'/ 4 FoodFar .20 + '/ 4 FordMo 3.20 34%- to FreptM 1.60 27 + % Fruehuf 1.80 15 3 ' 4 + *4 GenATr 1.80 31'4- % GenCabl .72 9'/ 8 + to Gen Dynam 34'/ 4 + *4 GnElec 1.60 44%- V t GnFood 1.40 22%— Mi GenMot .60b 39 3 j- '* GenPort .80 6%— Mi G T E 1.80 20 -Mi Ga Pac .80g 38-V 4 Gillette 1.50 30'/ 4 — '/ 4 Goodric 1.12 I6to Goodyr 1.10 16'/8— '/< Grant WT 4% Great A&P 9%+ V< GtWIU 2.92b 25'/ 4 + V< Gryhd 1.04a 11V4- Mi GulfOil 1.70 19'*+ Mi .HeinzH 1.28 45'*- to Hoff Electn 4V 4 HollySug 3a ZHto-to Homstake I 44H;+ to IHonywl 1.40 27%- to IHousLP 1.56 22% MahoP 1.96 26Vi+V 4 lldealBasic 1 15%- '4 llllCenln 1.30 13',2-t- to ItngRnd 148 ilnldStl 2.40a 39'4- >.* HBM Corp 6 197'/8-'n IntHarv 1.70 24'2-'/ 8 HntNck 1.40a 24*4 llntlPaper 2 41'«- '/< KntT&T 1.52 19'.— 'ft JohnMv 1.20 19%- % KaisrAI 1.20 23 Kencott 2.60 35'/ 4 - to KerrMcG 1 77'ii+l KnightR .54 27%-% Livestock, Produce Joliet Livestock JOUET, III. (UPI)-Livestock: Cattle 4.000; trade moderately active to slow; steer 25 to 50 higher; heifer unestabUshed; steer choice and prime 42.0042.50; choice 39.0042.00; mixed good and choice 36.0009.00; heifer high choice to prime 41.00; choice 39.5040.50; cow utility 21.50-23.00; cutter 18*22.00; canner 14.0018.50. Hogs 1,500; trade active; barrows and gilts fully steady; No. 1-2 200-240 Ib 40.5041.00; No. 1-3 200-250 Ib 40.0040.50; No. 23 250-280 Ib 39.2S40.00; No. 34 280-325 Ib 37.5009.25. Tuesday's estimated receipts: 200 cattle; 1.000 hogs. MH- * «•*+'* -'» Omaha Livestock OMAHA (UPI)-Lirestock: Hogs 7,000;' butchers fully 25 lower; 12 210-240 tbs 40-25-40.50; 1-3 200-2SO Ibs 39.7M0.25; 2-3 200-260 Ibs 39.00-10.00; 2-4 260-290 Ibs 38.00-39.25; W 290-320 Ibs 37.0fr38.00; 320-350 Ibs 36.50-7.00; sows 2$-$0 lower; 320-flW ltd 35.50-36.50. Cattle and calves 7,500; steers and heifers unevenly steady to 50 lower; cows 1.001.50 lower; three loads choice and prime 1.150-1.2SO Ib steers yield grade M 41.7542.25; choice 975-1,250 Ibs yield grade 24 39.5041.00. occasionally 41.25-41.50; good and low choice 35.00-39.75; instances 40.00; load and part load choice and prune 1,0001,025 Ib heifers yield grade 3-4 40.25; few had 40.50; choice 840-1.050 Ibs yield grade 24 mainly 38.00. MO-1.060 Ibs yield grade 24 mainly 38.00-39.50; (our loads 40.00; good and low dwice 32.50^8.25; utility and commercial cows mainly 20.QO-21.50, few utility 22,00-22.50; canner and cutter 15 5020.00. Steep 150; insufficient supply of slaughter lambs to test trade, slaughter ewes steady; cull to good ewes7.CO 10-00. Tuesday's estimates: cattle and calves 5.000; hpgs6,OQO; sheep 2J». Kopper 2.40 Kraftco 1.92 Kresge .22 Kraftr 1.31 Ijeh Val Ind 14 Ligg My 2* 28M.- 1 * Littonln Loettted «-"« LTV Corp 14*4-Mi LuknStl 1.40 26 +* closing prices take two Mag- MarOil 1.80 32". Mareortnc 1 21'* + * MarshF 1.24 24*4-1 to McDonD 40 10*- to M G M 1 15H-m MidSoU 1.26 13H- "4 MobilOl 3.40 37 s *-* Monsan 2.40 55*- * MontDk 2.08 25*- H MonPw 1.80 22 1 *- 1 * Motorola .70 48" 4 _'„ MtStTel 1.52 18 s *- *fc Nabisco 2.30 3I*-1'4 NatlCan .53 11H+* NtlDistl 1.20 14*4 NUGyp 1.05 12* Nat SU 2*a 38'< NCRCp .72 26'4-'4 NiagMo 1.18 HM NLIndust 1 13*4- * NorfolkWs 5 64*< + ^ NoNtGs 3.10 55*4-* NoStPw 1.84 21'4-t- * Northrp 1.60 26V- H NwstAirl .45 I8"4 NwBan 1.60 37*-H Olin Cp 1.20 IJ 1 *-* OtisEl 2.20 30'*-"4 OutbdM 1.20 18 + * OwenCF 88 33H+ ** Owenlll 1.72 38*- * PacGas 1.88 19%- "» PacPwr 1.60 16'*-"* Pan Am Air 4 Perm Centr l'» Penney 1.16 51*—l'<4 PemPL 1.8» Pennzol 1.20 17'<4— 5 4 PepsiCo 1.40 56'/4-l'/, Pfizer ,76a 31'j PhilipMo .90 46*4- to PhilPet 1.60 38* + '» Polaroid .32 26*4+1 PPGInd 1.70 25'»+ '< ProctiGa 2 91*+ * PuSCol 1.20 IS'-z Pulman 1.70 Ralston .90 38*—1* Raytheon 1 34 + * RCA Corp 1 15* RepStl 1.60a 31*- '/4 Reylnd 2.88 52V-1 ReyndMet 1 18* Robrtsn 1.30 15 - '/4 Rockwllln 2 19'-4 Ronson .28g x7 + * RoylD 2.71d 33%- * Safewy 1.80 42*-** StJoMrl 2.20 47*-l% StRegis 1.40 22 -* Sears 1.60a 62*-'/ 8 ShcllOil 2.60 40*— * SimnsC .88a 16=11+ * SkaggCo .60 18 -V 4 Smithkline 2 53*-l SCalEd 1.68 17'/ 4 + to SouthCo 1.40 10*+ * SoPacif 2.24 28*—* Sp Rand .76 33*-'s StdBrands 2 60'/ 4 + '4 StdOilCal 2 23* Std Oillnd 2 37*-'/« StOilOh 1.36 56*4-% StoklyV 1.10 16'/4-'/4 StudeW 1.32 27*4+2 Sunshin .48g 11 + * Teledyne 3k 10%+ * Teleprbmp 4% Teneco 1.60 22'/4- to Texaco 2a 23* Tex Instr 1 90*-% TxPLT .70b 25*4+ * Textron 1.10 19*- to Timkn l.SOa 31*— to Transam .59 7'/s— * TransW Air 9'/a-H TriCont .54b 18* TwCFox .40 10-'/ 4 UALInc .Ma - to UnCarb 2.40 54*4-1 UnElec 1.28 10%- W UnOCal 1.98 35*-% Uniroyal .70 7"»— * Utd Aircrf 2 40*4 + 1* Utd Brands 6-'/« UnCorp .77d 7*+ * US Gyp 1.60 18'/<-* USSteel 2.80 55%-% UniTel 1.03 14'/j-* Upjohn .96 39 + * UtahPL 2.36 26%- * UV Indst 1 20%-% Walgreen 1 11*4-* WangL .04b 11%-% WasfaW 1.52 18 WsBanc 1.40 WUnlon 1.40 - * WesthEl .97 13' z WhlPSt .70b 24*—% WhtMot ,10b • 8V 4 Woolwh 120 14 + * Xerox Cp 1 67 3 /4 rheCounfer Quotations Continued on Stock Quotes BROWN SECURITIES Alasco Billings Energy Cam«o Gold Reef Gold Standard Health Garde Hiko Bell January Mercury Metals Mineral Energy Micron Mtn. Sts. Res. Navsat PAT Rex Montis Rocky Mtn. Silver Metals Spanallen Tuma Valtek Western United I.SO 300 7.50 8.00 .05 .07 .10 .12 .29 .S3 1.00 1.2S .OR .10 .015 .02 .07 .08 .04 .045 .(2 .75 .36 .40 .62 .87 .08 .07 .045 .058 V. .015 .015 .025 45 .55 .035 .04 2.12 2.37 .08 .07 DOW JONES AVERAGES Monday, April 7, 1975 30 Industrails -4.38, 742.88 20 Transportation -2.05, 159.58 15 Utilities -.68, 75.50 65 Stocks 1.87, 232.57 AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE OPEN CLOSE Brad Ragan Inc. 16*1 16H Day Mines 8 5'* Federal Res. 2V 4 2H Frontier Airlines 4T4 4% Giant Yellowknife lt>* 9'* New Park 2Mi 2* Skaggs Drug 18V« 18 Syntax 37% 37 Ut Ida. Sug. 17% 17H INTERMOUNTAIN STOCK EXCHANGE BIO ASK Bristol Sliver MIMl .21 .24 Canyonlands Uranium .035 .045 Chief Consolidated Mines 1.25 1.50 Clayton Silver Mines .87 .95 Colorado Cons. Mines .05 .08 Combined Metals, Inc. .04 .OS Comet Coalition Mines .43 .45 Comstock Tunnel .52 .65 Com. Tel. Inc. .045 .05 Cons. Eureka Mining .15 .16 Crescent General Corp. .07 .10 Croff Oil Co. 22 .24 Crown Point Cons. Mng. .30 .37 Dragon Cons. Mining .29 .30 East Utah Mining Co. .33 .37 Empire Mines Co. -06 .09 Eureka Bullion Mining .04 .07 Eureka Standard Cons. .28 .38 Golconda Corp. 3 62 3.87 Godl Chain Mining .15 .17 Great Western Mines .30 .32 Justhelm Petroleum .43 .48 Love Oil Corp. 1.25 1.40 Louisiana Pacific Res. .25 .35 Mammoth Mining Co. 1.75 3.00 Moviematlc Industries .15 .25 Newpark Resources 2.00 2.25 New Qulncy Mining .09 .13 North Uly Mining .82 .90 Park City Cons. Mines .14 .15 Park Premier Mining .05 .08 Petro-Silver Inc. .035 .045 Prince Cons. Mining .09 .10 Sage Oil Co. 4.50 5.50 South Standard Mng. .75 .82 Standard Metals Corp. 4.62 5.00 Teletrans Industries .06 .10 Tintlc Mineral Res. .25 .28 Triton Corporation .20 .40 United Park City Mines 2.12 2.37 Utah Cons. Mng. Mill .03 .05 Utah-Ida. Sugar 17.50 18.00 Utah-Wyo. Cons. Oil .65 .75 Western Geoth. .10 .16 Worldcom, Inc. .65 .75 Silver Prices NEW YORK (UPI) - Handy and Harman Monday quoted silver at $4.09 per fine ounce down 4 cents. Engelhard quoted a silver base price of $4.09 down 4 cents and a price for fabricated slverof $4.151 down4.1 cents. Metal Prices NEW YORK (UPI) - Metal prices Monday: Aluminum, primary, 99.5 per cent plus, pure 50 Ib. ingots 39.00clb. Antimony, domestic, 99 * per cent f.o.b. Laredo Tex., bulk 197.00clb. Copper, electrolytic, delivered U.S. 63.62M5.00cIb. Lead, common, U.S. primary producers 24.50c Ib.; U.S. nonprimary (secondary) producers 24.50clb. Manganese 99.9 per cent boxed regular 46.50clb. Nickel, electrolytic cathodes, f.o.b. Port Colborn,0nt.,201.0clb. Platinum, soft, 99.5 fine, producer $170180; Dealer-appro*.,$148-152pertroyounce. Quicksilver $200-225 76-lb. flask. Tin, N.Y. prompt delivery 361.25C Ib. Tungsten powder, 98.8 per cent minimum pure, $10-15 Ib. Zinc, prime western U.S. 38.50-39.00c Ib. Gold Prices NEW YORK (UPI) - Foreign and Domestic goldprices Monday: LONDON Morning fixing 173.25 down 0.40 Afternoon fixing 172.60 down 1.05 PARIS (freemarket) 176.93 down0.82 Frankfurt 174.01 down 1.37 Zurich 172.50 down 1.00 NEWYORK Handy and Harman, noon 172.60 down 1.05 Engelhard _ Base price for refining settling and unfabricated gold 173.10 down 1.05 per troy ounce. Selling price, fabricated gold 177.43 down 1.07 per troy ounce. NEW YORK STOCK Albertsons Black It Decker Boise Cascade Braniff Air Deseret Pharm. Gen. Refractories Co Gen. Tele. & Ele. Hercules, Inc. Kregge Libby Owebs Ford McDonalds Mountain Fuel Supply Merck & Co Northwest Pipe Thlokol Ut. Internal. Xerox Zales ALL We Manor HOMES QUALIFY You Cin Benefit From Ntw Tin Bill President Ford hss just signed Into law • new Ux •mendmenl trill rebefes S percent (to i $2000 mexlmum) of the price of eny new home purchased (hie yev Ihlt w>> under construction prior to Kirch 25. 197S. The rebtte will be In the formofsrefundon1975 Federal Income teiei BUY AT LAST YEAR'S PRICES Only 40 Homes available at these low prices Both rambler & two story — 13 different floor plans 2 to 5 bedrooms — all yards fenced & landscaped From $91,500 to $41,760 A ONCE-IN-A-LIFETIME OFFER Interest rates may never be lower and are predicted to rise again soon. SeeWfc Manor Todayl UUh County'l Iwotit MlocUon ol bomtt th<t quiHty tor thl» pnt Un» (*d*r«l R.fund. MMHS? Another 200 NORTH ?QQ WEST OREM MOULLS OTtN DAILY ID A.M. -1 f M SUNDAYS II NOON - 7 M* Home Community by \jp Associated Industrial Developers moms nun lU-tW EXCHANGE OPEN CLOSE 14 14 29*4 29H 16'4 18* 7V4 7H 10* 11 10 9V, 20* 20 22V4 22 24*4 25* 47* 49 28V4 28*4 69 70 18* 18* 12H 12H 57% 58*4 67V4 67*4 13*4 13*4 OVER THE COUNTER BID ASK First Security 30*4 SI* Zlons 12 12*4 Slgnetlcs 7* 7H MUTUAL FUNDS Affiliated Fund chemical Fund Dreyfus Fidelity Cap. Fidelity Fund Fidelity Trend Fundamental Inv. invest. Co. of A.M. invest Edie Capital Edie Growth Mass. Inv. Growth Mass. Inv. Trust New Perspective pioneer Fund Putnam Investors Putnam Growth Windsor Fund NEA Mutual Fund BID ASK 6.10 6.58 7.52 8.22 9.21 10.09 7.86 8.59 12.70 13.88 17.18 18.78 5.80 6.36 10.82 11.83 6.71 7.33 12.19 13.04 16.26 16.26 8.87 8.89 9.69 9.72 13.53 14.79 10.09 11.03 6.60 8.65 6.78 7.48 7.21 9.45 7.41 7.46 S.L. Livestock NORTH SALT LAKE, Utah (UPI) Utah, Idaho and eastern Nevada range and fcedtot sales Monday: Weekend trade moderately active; slaughter steers fully steady; no new sales confirmed on slaughter heifers; inquiry spotty, buyers somewhat cautious, cattle in strong hands; first wool pull of season sold. Slaughter steers high good and mostly choice 1,060-1,200 Ib yield grade mostly 3 41.00-42.50, mostly 42.00-42.50; load of good and choice 1.350 Ib holsteins 38.00. Murder Charge OGDEN (UPI) - The arraignment of an Ogden man on second degree murder charges was continued until today in City Court so he could obtain a lawyer. Billy Joe Vigil, 36, appeared Monday before Judge S. M. Taylor, who set bail at $10,000 and then recessed the proceedings to permit the suspect to arrange an attorney. Vigil is charged with the shooting death Sunday of Herman 0. Barella, 38, of Colorado, at Pancho's Tavern in Ogden. Barella was shot by a .22 caliber pistol. Theology Seminar Ends Today SALT LAKE CITY (UPI) The fifth annual Continuing Theological Education Seminar concludes today as more than 60 church workers from various faiths are gathered in Salt Lake City. Principal speaker at Monday's sessions was Dr. Jaroslav Pelikan of Yale University who also spoke at the University of Utah Monday evening. Pelikan discussed the development through history of sacraments, saying Christian sacraments have their origin in Judaism and are related to the Greco-Roman culture in which they developed. The seminar is co-sponsored by the National Conference of Christians and Jews and the Salt Lake Ministerial Association. Ogden Grain OGDEN (UPI (-Grain: No. 1 hard winter wheat 3 45 bu No. 1 white wheat 3.45 bu. No.2barlcy5.55cwt. Total 55 cars; 48 wheat. 7 barley. Sales Tax law Disputed fteSU/f OflO* By PETER GILLINS SALT LAKE CITY (UPI) Utah legislators have discovered an "optional" quarter penny sales tax increase they approved to aid county governments actually forces local officials to raise taxes. The State Tax Commission told Gov. Calvin L. Hampton Monday that the only option given counties in the new law is to increase local sales taxes to three-quarters of a penny—or give up the half cent they are now collecting. "That was not the intent of the sponsors nor of the legislature," said Rep. Byron M. Fisher, R- Salt Lake, who introduced the sales tax bill in the House. "What the legislators, I think, intended to do was let the counties add another quarter cent on top of the half cent they are now collecting if they needed it." added House Speaker Ronald Rencher, D-Ogden. "At least that's the idea I voted for." But in a briefing for Hampton, the Tax Commission presented an opinion from the attorney general's office saying the old one-half cent option, adopted by all 29 counties in the state, had been repealed. "The wording of the new law requires the counties to take all or nothing," said Commissioner Milton Yorgason. "The old law was stricken entirely and I have an idea many legislators did not understand what they were doing when they voted for it." Chief State Tax Auditor Paul Holt said the attorney who drafted the sales tax law for the Utah League of Cities "purposely drew it up to make it mandatory —three-fourths cent or nothing." A.M. Ferro, the league's attorney, acknowledged that the half-cent option was deliberately left out of the new law for the purpose of maintaining "uniformity." 'Uniformity was one of the things insisted upon when the original half-cent tax was passed in 1958," Ferro said. "I thought that was adequately explained to the legislature. It was a major feature of our bill." "If that's what Arnie Ferro intended he should have alerted the legislature,"said Rencher. "That's not the idea I bought." Rencher said some local officials had already begun accusing the legislature of "blackmailing the county governments" into raising local taxes. Ferro refused to answer when asked if the mandatory hike wasn't a convenient way for local governments to raise taxes and then blame the legislature. He said he was late for a meeting. After checking the statute himself, Rampton ordered the tax commission to proceed with sales tax collections "on the theory that those are the only two options." The practical application of the decision was to force the counties to hike taxes. "We can't go back to zero," said Washington Terrace Mayor Boyd K. Storey at a recent Weber County meeting to decide what to do about the tax increase. Fisher said the variance between what the lawmakers did and what they thought they were doing "won't make that much difference," because most counties will opt for the hike anyway. "The legislature intended to provide an optional one-fourth cent over and above what the counties are getting now," said Fisher. "Whether or not the law drafted by the League of Cities provides that is another question," he said. "Apparently the attorney general's opinion says it doesn't." Rencher said the lawmakers may want to reconsider the bill in a special session Rampton plans to call in June. "But I think that will be up to the communities. If they don't want it, they should let us know," Rencher said. Hernando De Soto discovered pecans in Louisiana in 1541. COMING.. . ™ APRIL . 11TH SAT. APRIL 12TH SAVE UP TO 50% & MORE ON FAMOUS BRAND NAMES this is one of those hien one of your best short ter opportunities is a bank savings account This is the time to maintain. Fly a holding pattern. As far as your money is concerned. Keep it liquid in case prices come down. Keep it earning high interest in case prices go up. Keep it safe, in case... ? A short term investor looks for three things before he puts his money down. High yield, minimum risk and maximum liquidity. A First Security savings account puts all three together in a very attractive package, with the added assurance that the investment will never go down. The safety of your money is insured up to $40,000 by an agency of the U.S. Government. And assured by the sound management of a $1.8 billion corporation. Your First Security savings account will earn at the highest legal bank rate. And with a passbook account you may add to or withdraw your money at a moment's notice. The time is right to keep your money available, yet still earning high interest. See your nearby First Security Bank for the very best results. 5% per annum on passbook Up to 7 1 /2% per annum on certificates. Federal regulations require substantial penally for early withdrawal on certificates. first security bank Fiisl Security Bank ol Utah. N A / First Security Bank ol Bountiful. Ulan. N A / First Security Bank ot Logan, Utah. N A / First Security Bank ol Rock Springs. Wyoming / First Security State Bank ol Spnngville. Utah • First Security Stale Bank. Salt Lake City. Ulan MEM8EH F D'C

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