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16 ) bES MOINES REGISTER i Thurt., Aug. 28, 1975 Art's-Way cuts dividend to 5c from Leased Wire to The Register Arts-Way Manufacturing Co., Inc., Armstrong, cut its dividend on common stock to 5 cents a share from 12% c«nts a share paid previously. The company said the dividend payment was reduced in view'of lower earnings and the heed to conserve cash for operations. The reduced dividend is payable Oct. 15, to stockholders of record Sept. 23. Arts-Way said it is optimistic on the future of the farm economy and its effect on the company, which manufactures portable feed grinding and mixing equipment, front-end loaders for tractors and electronic weighing devices. Victor outs divldind to 2'/al Victor Comptometer Corp., which has Iowa facilities at Cedar Rapids and Dyersville, cut its third quarter- dividend on common stock to % cents a share from 12% cents a share paid previously. On June 25, directors postponed action on the third quarter dividend until financial results for the second quarter became available. Subsequently, the company reported a $457,000 loss for the second quarter, substantially less than the $2.5 million loss incurred in the first quarter. A spokesman said the improved trend is 'expected to continue and that that based on that outlook directors felt that the dividend declaration was appropriate. The company also said that in future directors will consider common stock dividends at meetings to be held in February, May, August and November. The reduced dividend is payable Sept. 26, to stockholders of record Sept. 11. Victor owns the Ertl Co., Dyersville toy manufacturer, and the Nissen Corp., Cedar Rapids maker of gymnastic equipment. Cowles raises lo IQc a share Cowles Communications, Inc., which owns television station KCCI-TV in Des Moines, increased its quarterly dividend on common stock to 10 cents a share from 7% cents a share paid previously. The company said the higher dividend is payable Oct. 7, to stockholders of record Sept. 12. Iowa Power 46c Iowa Power & Light Co., Des Moines, declared the regular quarterly dividend of 46 cents a share, payable Nov. 7, to stockholders of record Oct. 3. Int. Brands to 20c from 5c Interstate Brands increased its dividend on common stock to 20 cents a share from 5 cents paid previously. • The company said the increase is consistent with its recent report of improved earnings. The company previously reported second quarter net income of $1.14 a share, compared with 39 cents a year earlier. The higher dividend is payable Sept. 26, to stockholders of record Sept. 12. Wheeling passes Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel Corp. said it omitted dividend action on its common stock. Latest payment was 35 cents a share in July. Tht company cited need "for completing projects under its current multi-million-dollar capital improvement program" as well as net operating losses incurred in the second quarter, which are continuing in the third quarter. Gannett lifts dividend to 15c Gannett Co., Inc., newspaper group, increased the quarterly dividend on common stock to 15 cents a share from 13 cents a share paid previously. The increase was the third in the past year for Gannett, which has 50 daily newspapers in 17 states and Guam. The latest dividend is payable Oct. 1, to stockholders of record Sect. 17. Gold to issue 75,(1flO common shares and $4fifl.OOO cash for related real estate. Sues Wesfinghouso A Weslinghouse Electric Corp. shareholder filed a class action suit against the company in federal court in Pittsburgh, Pa., charging that Westi n g h"6 use made misleading statements last year about its intention to remain in the major appliance business. The shareholder, George Gelman of Bakersfield, Calif., is seeking an unspecified amount of damages for himself and other Westinghouse shareholders who sold Westinghouse stock aft e r the alleged misleading statements were made. The suit states that Gelman sold in August last year at a loss of more than $100.000 based on the alleged misleading information. The suit claims that Westinghouse told the public that it was "in the major appliance business to stay" in August last year at the same time it was negotiating to sell that business to White Consolidated Industries, Inc., of Cleveland. IOWA HOGS SELL STEADY CHICAGO, WEDNESDAY (AP) stock receiots at Principal market--* Peorie Kansas city Omaha East St. Louis St. Joseph Sioux C/ty south St. Paul Indianapolis Cincinnati Fort Worth Live- cattla HOOS Sheen 3,500 1,705 3,500 4.600 ?,500 1,500 5,00 1,500 30? By Daryl Vanderflugt (Federal-Stete Market News Service) Trade was very slow on the interior Iowa and southern Minnesota hog markets Wednesday. Prices were mostly steady to 25 cents higher. Demand was fairly good. The mixed grade 200 to 230 pound butchers, with some to 240 pounds, sold at the country T*§NO Of STAPLE PRICES NEW YORK (AP) — The Associated Press weishted wholesale price index of 35 commodities declined to 359..M Previous Day 341.11, Week Ago 356,64, Month A90 353.43, Yeer Aqo 373.51. 1975 1W4 19/J W1 n AAA iif 11 t. L. , H1 » h 361.1? 388.28 351.71 232,28 STEERS' 3,000 Westinghouse shares LOW 335.44 331.97 231.53 i«.«|crf6fee? w-iooo ibs, ' n °" •"""•• ""-"'• lnni 'choice, 1100-1300 Ibs. Good, 900-1100 Ibs. . Good, 1100-1300 Ibi. HEIFERS: 700-900 Ibs. . 900-1100 los. LIVISTOOK MARKETS ROO RECEIPTS •Interior If,ws-So. Minn 12 Publl,-.Markets (Salable) •Tuesday's reeelpfi a,m. "Interior U PublK Market ••Tuesday'! receipts Minn, .... (Salable! .. ipls, 1,100. HOG QUOTATIONS ;:HH :::::::::: AM* JIM ffi? Nri 9*4 Ibs.' 55.50-S7.S9 leV-U.S.N.'.T»l — ibs i-, Jbs .556 Its •Receipts of hoos — ... , nor «re« end smrthern Minnesota by I major shipping organizations. •'Prices on sheep Mid lambs Southern Minnesota markets are area and sold at two plants In Iowa order buyers. » direst purchase's by 23 and direct purr In tht efcomeanyint re baste) en tha sale Of a report on Interior Iowa end In tna _ . -. anlma|j orlfllnallno and one In southern Minnesota and some CATTLE QUOTATIONS SLAUOHTtft CATTLE • CALVH jnt i« So. Minn. (192* average equals 100) Ohio. The sale was completed early this year. ft The suit parallels charges made two weeks ago by the Securities and Exchange Commission, inghouse which with charged West- violating anti- fraud provisions of federal securities law by making false statements about its intention to continue in the major appliance business. points, for $57 to $57.25 with some for $57.50. The same grade and weight at the packing plants brought $57 to $57.50, with a few up to $58. On Tuesday, spring slaughter lambs sold steady. Choice and prime spring shorn lambs LIVESTOCK SLAUGHTER ' WASHINGTON! (WEDNESDAY) (USDA) — Estimated dailv livestock slaughter under federal inspection: HO' Wednesday 248, ' Week 390 224,i._ Year aqo 298,000 Wk. to Dale 695.000 Corr. Period Last wk. 440,000 - Last yr. 882,000 Auto materials Goodyear Tire & Rubber predicts the automobile Co. industry's use of rubber and plastics will increase by more than 50 per cent within five years as an economy measure. A spokesman said Goodyear expects a typical car will use about 4SO pounds of the materials by 1980, . compared with the current use of about 300 pounds. The increase in the usej of plastics will help reduce a car's total weight to about 3,200 pounds instead of the current estimated 4,200 pounds, he said. brought $40 to. $41. Choice and prime wooled offerings ranged $39 to $40. Trade ranged slow to moderate on the Jowa cattle market Wednesday. Demand was moderate to good. Slaughter steers sold steady and heifers were steady to 50 cents higher. Prices and receipts are listed in tables in this section. Omaha — Choice, choice Good, 'io0w~\by~~.'..'.','.'..'.'.'.'.'.'.;. 3311 Good. 900-1100 Ibs 34,1 COWS: Commercial Utility cutter Canner RALLY LIFTS- CORN PRICES WEDNESDAY PRICES CHICAGO (AP) — Futures tradlno on the Chicago Board of Trade Wednes- daV ' Open Hlah Lew Close Prev WHEAT (5,000 bu) Sep 4.17 4.25 4.101/9 4.2! 4.20V, Dec 4.32 4.43 4.28 Mar 4.50 4.551/2 4.40 May 4.44 4.5«'/2 4.40 Jul 4.30 4.38 4.24 CORN (5,000 bu) 3.08 3.14V] 3.05V4 3.11'/! 3.10V., 3.08 3.15V4 3.05 3.14V4 3.10'A 14 3.23V2 3.12VJ " ~ 3.26V4 3.15V4 4.41'/i 4.3 4.55 . 4,5' 4.54V? 4.5 4.36V: 4.3 RCA ' line s new RCA Corp. introduced 10 color-television receivers-that-electronically track the broadcast TV signal and automatically adjust the picture color. The new receivers, known as Colortrak. use a new picture tube that employes filtered phosphors to reduce light reflection and thereby improve contrast and clarity, RCA said. The new receivers, to go on sale in late September, will range in price from $509.35 for a 19-inch receiver to $1,095 for a 25-inch console. The consoles feature a new remote-control center that operates all primary controls and displays both time of day and the channel on the screen. prices Sep Oct Dec , Jan Mar [May Jul I Auq . were . SOYBEAN Trade was active and were steady to 50 cents higher on the Omaha hog market Wednesday. The mixed grade 210 to 260 pound butchers sold for $58.50 to $59. Slaughter steer prices were : firm to mostly 50 cents higher, oc? with instances of 75 cents high- Jan er. Heifer prices were firm to " ar 50 cents higher. A load 'of choice and prime slaughter'sep steers brought $52.50 and choice ^ steers ranged $47- to_$51. Choice 'and~prime r -'fieifers sold for $47 Gr Of Tl 5^ ®$ _.„ 22.8! 22.80 21.95 22.85 22.40 21.70 22.50 "-5 21.60 22.25 (100 tons) J:S 23.00 22.95 22.70 22.60 U,S. TREASURY BONDS, NOTES NEW YORK Counter U.S. Wednesday. Rate Mat. date 8% Sep 1975 n Nov 1975 n Dec 1975 n Feb 1976 n Feb 1976 n Mar 1976 n May 1976 n May 1976 n May 1976 n Jun 1976 n Auq Aug Aua Sep Oct Nov Nov Dec Feb Feb (AP)—Closing Treasury I I Over-the- onds lor to $47.50 and choice heifers were $43 to $46.50. Slaughter lambs sold steady. Choice and prime shorn lambs were $41.50 and wooled offerings brought $41. SIOUX CITY Trade was active onf'Siotrsr City's hog market Wednesday. Prices were fully 50 cents higher, with instances of 75 cents higher. The mixed grade 200 to 255 pound butchers sold for $59 to $59.25. On the cattle market, trade was active and prices were 50 cents to mostly $1 higher. Choice and prime slaughter steers were $52.50 and choice steers sold for $49.50 to $52. Choice slaughter heifers brought $46 to $47.50. WEBSTER CITY MSr May Jun Sep Oct Dec !Fob (Anr Aug Oct 41 .'25 41:75 4.40 41.45 Bid Asked Bid Chg Yld 7 7 5%i 6Vi B ' 5% 6Vj 6 1976 n 1976n 1976 n 1976 n 1976 n 1976 n 1976 n 1976 n fl Feb 1977 n 6 Feb 1977 n f>\'i Mar 1977n ?•>» Apr 1977 n K'-'B May 1977 n 9 May 1977 n 6V4 May 1977 n 6'<2 Jun 1977 n 7',j July 1977 n 73.4 Aug 1977 n 8'< Aug 1977 n 714 Nov 1977 n 6U Feb 1978 n An May 1978 n T.-r. May 1978 n 7S» Auq 1978 n Bl* Aua 1978 n 6 Nov 1978 n 7',a May 1979 n 7-lK Jun 1979 n 6U Aug 1979 n 8 1 3 SOP 1979 n 6*8 Nov 1979 n 7 Nov 1979 n 96.6 4 Feb 1980 85.12 6"a May 1980 n 95.6 9 Aug 1980 n 103.2 3'/3 Nov 1980 B2.14 7 Feb 1981 n 94.18 7to Feb 1981 n 96.6 7 Aug 1981 95.12 7% Nov 1981 n 97.20 6*8 Feb 1982 91.16 8 May 1982 n 98.20 8'.» Aus 1982 n 98.30 3'.j Jun 1978-83 81.6 « 3 a Aug 1984 91.20 3'< May 1985 81.6 4'-4 May 1975-85 82.2 CB Nov 1986 88.4 3'3 Feb 1990 81.6 8U May 1990 98.18 4'-4 Aug 1987-92 81.18 4 Feb 1988-93 81.10 6J-4 Feb 1993 88.6 7'j Auq 1988-93 93.16 4>,a Mfly 1989-94 81.20 3 Feb 1995 81.6 7 May 1993-98 88 4 3','j Nov 1998 81.12 8'; May 1994 99 99.14 7'n Feb 1995-00 93.8 8'c Alia 1995-00 96 10 8^ May 20UO-05 97.0 n— Treasury Noles. Bid and asked prices 100.4 100.8 100.0 100.4 100.0 100.4 99.10 99.14 99.16 99.24 100.11 100.15 +.1 98.27 98.31 99.11 99.15 98.30 99.2 +.2 101.1 101.3 +.1 99.0 99.4 +.4 99.31 100.3 f.2 98.10 98.14 -t .2 100.17 100.21 +.3 98.20 98.24 .3 98.10 98.14 +.3 99.9 99.13 +.4 99.14 99.18 +.3 100.17 100.21 +.3 97.14 97.18 +.3 98.1 98.5 +.3 99.8 99.12 +.2 98.12 98.16 +.1 101.22 101.26 +.2 98.4 98.8 +.3 97.20 97.24 +.4 99.12 99.14 +.4 99.30 100.6 +.5 100.20 100.22 +.6 99.23 99.31 +.5 96.18 96.26 +.4 97.26 98.2 -I-.5 99.20 99.22 +.9 98.29 99.1 +.4 101.27 102.3 -K3 94.15 94.23 A 99.4 99.12 +.8 98.16 98.20 +.6 93.24 94.0 -K4 100.25 100.29 -1-.10 94.26 95.2 +.4 96.14 +. 7 86.12 ... . 95.14 +.7 103.10 +.7 83.14 +.4 94.26 +.6 96.14 +.10 96.12 —.4 97.28 +.10 92.16 ... 98.24 +.10 99.2 +.10 82.6 .. 92.20 .. 82.6 .. 83.2 .. 89.4 .. 82.6 .. 98.26 4 82.18 ... 82.10 -.2 89.6 ... 94.16 +.8 82.20 —.2 82.6 ... 89.4 82.12 99.30 93.2,1 5.40 6.28 6.56 7.12 6.79 7.17 7.9.6 7.28 7.30 7.30 7.46 7.40 7.52 7.61 7'.62 7.63 7.60 7.76 7.68 7.83 7,85 7.84 •7.83 7.82 7.64 7.87 7.76 7.69 7.93 8,00 8.00 7.94 7.89 8.07 8.17 8.0.5 8.22 8.03 8.01 7.66 8.06 8.18 7.38 8.20 8.20 7.77 8.19 7.88 8.25 8,31 6.16 WEBSTER CITY, WEDNESDAY (AP) — Central Iowa Livestock Market trading. CATTLE 600; steers and heifers active; mostlv SI.00-1.50 higher than last Monday; high choice and prime steers $49.50-51.50; strictly choice $46.50-49.50; high choice and prime heavyweight heifers $47.0048.50; strictly choice $45.00-47.00; cows weak to mostly $1.00 lower; utility and commercial cows $20.00-23.00; canners and cutters $16.00-20.00; bulls steady $22.5025.00. HOGS 1,100; butchers 25-50c higher; butchers J58.75-59.00, top $59.25; sows 50c higher; cows 300-400 Ibs $53.00-53.50; 400 500 Ibs $52,00-53.00; over 500 Ibs $51.SO- 52.00; light weight butcher boars $47.0048.00; medium and heavy weights $4.1.0045.00. M ... 1.50 145.1 150.1 153.U 150.50 163.00 -— 167.00 .50 168.00 00 IbsJ :.7S 40.60 • " 41.95 42.30 42.4S 42.50 SILVER (5,000" froy oi" 469.00 472.00 465, 475.00 478.00 465. 482.50 487.50 475; 492.00 496.90 484.! 500.00 505.00 492.1. Sir.OO 514.00 502.00 518.00 523.00 513.00 146.00 142.00 148.00 144.00 152.00 148.50 154.00 15.1." 158.50 166.50 1. ICED BROILE... . 44.75 45.40 40.75 41.45 41.25 41.95 42.00 42,35 42.40 42.50 ER (5,000 In 42.40 1 oii 165.00 Dec S25.00 529,00 521.00 527. 535.1 i?i:S§ 157.50 162.00 165.00 44.80 40.85 41.50 42.25 42.35 42.75 470.00 470.00 476.00 475.20 485.00 483.80 494.00 493.30 502.00 502.00 510.50 510.30 119.00 518.50 . . . . . 525.00 529,00 521.00 527.50 526.50 "" ,00 535.20 PLYWOOD U9.1M SO It! Sep Nov Jan Mar May . Jul b-BId; 123;;. .127.50 176.2 129.7 ?6_.2Q 123., 130.50 132.. 133.00 135.70 133. 125.00 123.70 128.20 127.20 130.50 131.20 130.20 133.50 132.30 1.70 127.! J .80 130.i_ .70 133.00 36.00 138.00 135.50 135.50 135.50 — 137.50 137.50 — a-Asked; n-NOmlnal. CHICAGO, ILL. ^ A rally in the closing* minutes lifted wheat, corn, oats and soybean meal futures on the board of trade Wednesday, but soybeans and soy oil prices remained depressed. The major pis had closed with limit declines Tuesday and within a few minutes after this opening soybeans and oil hit me bottom. Commercial involvement was fairly light in the major pits GRAIN TRADE CHICAGO, WEDNESDAY (AP) —Grain futures purchases: Prev. session Year ago Wheat 64,135,000 50,580,000 Corn 142,«lfl,000 Oats 4,325,000 Soybeans 61,070,000 Soybean nil 5,608 Soybean meal 5,557 Iced broilers 727 Total 272,140,000 Onen Interest In wheat futures the previous session totaled 204,935,000 bushels; corn 445,605,000; oats 14,195.000; soybeans 326,930.000; soybean nil 28,906 contracts! •soybean moal 17,913 contracts; Iced broilers 4,030 contracts; ' ' ' " shels. 129,345,008 7,030,000 73,205,000 6,945 3,985 455 260,160.000 \.U|1>I CIUI3 r I^-CU in UM- total 991,665,000 bu- SOUTH ST. PAUL- j — SOU T M ST PAUL, WEDNESDAY (API ' but (USDA) — CATTLE and calves 5..IOO; slauohter steers and hGilet's activn; Meers firm lo 50c higher; advance mainly on average lo hiqh choice 1,120-1,700 Ibs $50.00; choice 1,000-1,150 Ibs $47.50-49.50; slaughter heilers firm to $1.00 hiqher, mostly 50c hiRhor; choice 900-1,100 Ibs $45.00-46. 0. HOGS 5,000: barrows and gills active; mostly 50c higher; 1-3 190-250 Ibs $5fl "iO- 59.00 few loir 1-2 210-240 Ibs $59.00-59.50; sows fairly active; firm to 50c higher; 1-3 270-350 Ibs $53 00-54.00. SHEEP 1,000; slaunhler lambs fairly active; 50c hiaher; choico and nrinr? 90110 Ib spring lambs $40.50-41.50; slaughter ewes moderately active; steady; utility and good S7.00-10.00. JOLIET JOLIET (WEDNESDAY) (AP) (USDA) — HOGS 1,000; trading active; butchers steady to firm; 1-2 20H-240 Ibs $59.25-59.75; 1-3200-250 'bs 558.75-59,25; sows steady; 13 300-575 Ihs 552 50-53.00. CATTLE 3,800; trading active: slaughter steers steadv to 50c. instances up to si.50 hiaher; good and low choice showjnq inast when a rally set in, the commercial buying was in the lead. Corn futures first edged higher and as prices exceeded pro- 16 ... +.2 -.10 +.6 advance; slaughter heifers 50c-$1.00 hinh- er; 2 loads high choice and prime 1.300 1,350 Ibs yld gr 3-4 S57.00-57.50; 2 loads ».,u .choice and prime 1.150-1,250 Ins ylri or 3M 7.52 $.54.00-H.50; choice 1,100-1,200 Ibs ylrt gr 25.66 |4 $49.50-53.00; choice 1,000-1,100 Ibs yld gr 6.64,2-4 S«.50-52.50; choice 950-1.000 Ite yld gr 7.58 2-4 S46.50-48.50; choice with some prime 5.28 i 850-1.000 Ib slauflhter heilers yld gr 2-4 8.39 I 5(.l 75-4B 25: 90 hd choice £>nd prime about 5.89 I 1000 Ibs 48.50. 5.60 Estimate for Thursday: 1,000 hons; 25 7.90'cattle. 9.09 ! I $ SOUTH ST. JOSEPH ST. JOSEPH (WEDNESDAY) 'API — CATTLE 1,000; around 200 hd slaughter steers and heifers sold about steady; too closes other commodities improved. Some trade sources thought that the demand was sparked by processors and exporters. Soybeans eased in the closing minutes under quick profit taking. soy.heans .»,03J..bushels. ...„, .. Wheat No. 2 soft red $3.74Vinj NO. •"•cV'^r 9 "^' v-°v 5 kA& yellow f3.»Un (hooper), No 3. yellow «.13i No Choice.,white, orease fencv tallow 17',ic and "B' tallow M'/ie. OMAHA GRAIN OMAHA (WEDNESDAY) Om»hs Grain Enchanne rep* Wheat nom. 4Vic hishar " Corn nom. 3Vjc higher *3.l(rn- (hop; t bleaehable white special P) - The d no sales, 4,12- 4 - 15 - .00V>.3.13'/!i. hig . Oats nom. 4c off «1.»-1.». Soybeans nom. ?c off J5.42-5.S2. Sorghum nom. unchanged J4. 10-5. 05. KANSAS CITY KANSAS CITY. WEDNESDAY ,(AP.) .Wheat 24 •,*' Ytv i' 47 cars; 7'/ic off to le uo; No. 2 white $3.40-3.«0n; No. 3 13.95-3.45n; No. 2 h'ar'd"$4.?4V4.42i No. 3~U.<»Vi-4.iy/ini~Nt>. 2 red wheat $3.92'/:>-4.03i/jn; NO. 3 «.W/j- ..2V:n. Corn. 47. ce .. . »j.»-j.^jnr ni yellow >3.09'/4-3.19n; No. 3 S2.S9Vj-3.1ln.. Oats 2 cars; nom ynch; No. 2 white $1.<7-1.S1n; No. 3 $1,57-T.IOn. No. 2 MilO S4.75-5.25n. No. 2 Rye S2.22-2.44n. , No. 2 Barley.»2.07-2.17n. No. 1 Soybeans S5.iOV:-5.7«n. Sacked bran S93.00-93.75. Sacked shorts S94.50-95.25. 'rain futures on the Kansas City Board rede. WHEAT FUTURI Open Hleh I ow 4.17 4.25 4.13tt 4.40 4.2C 4.51 4.3' 4.r Sep Dec 4.^. Mar 4.4i May 4.40 4.43 Jul 4.29 4.33 Sales: 1,045. MINNEAPOLIS 4.29 * Close Pr IsT 15! tS « 4.30 4.2 MINNEAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY (AP) Wheat receipts 446; year ago 324; spring wheat cash trading basis unchanqed to up 2.-3C; Prices dbwn up. .IVjC. .No. 1 to dark northern"i'l-17 p"roteln"$4.1»Vi-5.J1 v>'. Test weight premiums: c each Ib. 58-61 Ibs; c discount each '/, in under 58 Ibs. Protein prices: 11 PCt !4.1>Vi-4.22Vi; 12, 4.34'/,.4.37'/j; 13, J4.54Vj-4.57'/»; 14, $4.76'/s- 4.80Vj; 15, S5.03Vj-5.MV2; 16, $5.11'/a-5.16Vj; 17, *5.16'/3-i.21Vji No. 1, hard Montana winter S3.97'/3-4.94'/2. Mlnn-S.D. No. 1 hard winter S3.88V: 4.?4V:. No. 1 hard amber durum $6.25-6.50; discounts amber 5c; durum lOc. Cnrn No. 2 yellow S3.08Vj-3.09Vi. Oats No. 2 extra heavy white $1.65. Barie" cars 184, year ego 163; Larker .3.06-4.00; Blue Malting $3.06-4.00; Beacon S3.06-4.00; feed t2.30-3.05. Rye No 1 and 2 S2.90-3.10. Flay Nn 1 $7.50. Soybeans No. 1 yellow $5.6»V». Standfl"! bran $2.00 lower $74.00. Standard ^jj^.,^^ IM ' 00 ' •Onen High Low Close Close Pvs. Sep 4.S? 4.58 4.50 • 4.55'A 4.57 Dec 4.62 4.67 4.57 4.66 4.M Mar 4.57 4.76V 2 4.70 4.76 4.79 DURUM FUTURES SeP 6.30 6.30 6.30 6.30 6.50 Dec 6.30 6.30 6.30 6.30 6.50 PRODUCE MARKET IOWA PRODUCE Following Is Wednesday's report On Iowa egg and poultry markets as reported by Fed-State Market News: EGGS — Incentive prices mostly 2-3c higher; other farm eggs unchanged to 3c higher; graded demand generally good as retailers stock UP lor holiday weekend; medium and larger sizes sometimes short; smalls burdensome; undertone steady. Cents per dozen at farms, cases ex' Incentive: 49-50C; A . „,... _.,._. other farm large or bettor 30-4lc, mostly 34- 29-30e; S 'langed, quality and volume rade-A large 45-50c, mostly medium 36-41 c, mostly 39-4le; c eggs A 36c; A medium 2"5-31"c, mostlv 29-3fle; B '"west"NORTH' J CEMTR C AL LIVE HENS, light type — Prices unchanged; demand moderate to good; supplies adequate to occasionally short; undertone steady. Cents per Ib at farm — commercial flocks 5Vj-6V7C, mostly 6-61/ic. CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO (WE STATE) - BOGS - . .- -..-. sales to volume buyers, consumer grades, white eggs in cartons, delivered warehouse: A, extra large, 64Vi-66V:c; A, large, 63-«5c; A medium, 55-5«v,e, PRODUCE FUTURES CHICAGO (AP) — Futures trading on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (WEDNESDAY) (FED— Prices to retailers; Wednesday: Open Hlih . LIVE BEEF CATTLE Mercantile HI' •a*Oct 45.75 Dec Feb Apr Jun —... Auq 45.00 45.40 Sales: Oct 4980; Dec April 558; June 3»5; Auo Open Interest: Aug 3( 9301; Feb 7810; April Aug 21. Sen Oct Nov Mar 45. & e ti,. PriV n "* 34.434,00 34.00 45.00 45.25 45.00 .3JMiL.Fe.fc 17?8i ); Oct 11613; ~ 1959; June 1 34.40 D34.75 34.00 34.00 a34.45 833.75 34.75 34.00 b34.70 33.85 3472 35.25 35.70 35.25 35.70 b34.90 35.35 35.85 35.35 35.85 35.35 Sep 9; Oct 89; Nov 60; March 1 3. May Sales. 15; May -. Open Interest: Aug 2; Sep 79; Oct 947; Nov 289; March 104; May 11. Oct Dec Feb Apr Jun Jul Aug Sales: 54.70 53.35 50.00 50.10 LIVE HOGS (30,001 S5.?0 56.50 54)45 51.15 " i5 Oct 51.5i a-s 55.60 56.50 54.60 b55.32 53.35 b54.45 49.95 51.15 50.10 bsl.27 55.20 53.90 sr " 50.2_0_ b51.25 Aivii 368;".June"207; ^uTy 84.; 'Aug 20, 48.50 49:55 b48.35 3170; Feb 1205; , Oct 4623; 1419; June !May oats' SHEL Uc1lfl ;EGGS W . to — — — 2050; Dec . —. __ie 207; Open Interest: Aug -.. ... . 73iSI; Feb 4851; APrt, ,„•,, ju,i» A the cose wheat was up 2!j«iv | «s j|0 A %T « foii (Mi0oe lbi) to 4'2 cents a bushel. Corn wasiN^ 3 17 4 to 5 cents higher and ranged up 1 cent to down cfnts. Soybeans were off 3 9'2 cents. ;J?" «jo 56iOO 55.40 98.18 +.6 97.8 .10 8.05 4.76 8 so 8.49 8.51 8.57 DPS Mnines prices — Less than carlo! Wednesday; Receipts — Corn 0 cars; beans 17; wheat 1. Feed prices are subiect 10 wirie vari- Feb citions in different sections of the stair dur> Mar Ic transportation, handling and storage May • ' 54.70 54.90 55.10 55.65 59.80 a59.85 60.40 60.85 .. 56.50 56.50 ..00 56.00 56.00 ct 41; Nov 58; rch 3. • Aug 2; Sep 1308; ltt 55.10 55.10 60.15 63.55 60.90 57.00 56.00 Dec Oct U.S. TREASURY WASHINGTON, The Cf- r ,ti position 25. 1975 in dollars few on offer to fully test prices; cows steady to 50c lower than in varr!--, Ti'o 1 ^clay; high good and choice 1,025 Ib sirtugh- . j , , , i ler steers 5,15.75; shipment choice 925 Ib quoted [n dollars , slann'-'pr h- '.->r<; ^4.i no: 880 Ib Sdi 00 HOGS 2,500; barrows and gills mostlv 50c hinhnr: 1-3 710 '"id Ib 5^.75 r .9 un ' 1 250-270 Ib $58.00-58.75; over 270 Ib scarce; sows under 500 Ib mostly steadv, iiv>tan-e', 50c higher on ICO 'b; over 501 ID 51 no lower; 1-3 300.^00 Ib S52 00-53,00; 2-3 500600 Ih $51.50-57.,0. SHEEP 200, limited supply spriivi slaughter Irimbs unrvenly ^te^Hv; • l,tu.;h ter ewes $1.00 lower; sprinn s'aunhter ccv-.ts. Iowa vvl^eat Mar Sales: Sep 272 185; Jan 17; Feb Open Interest: ^,«. ., — r —. -,-. 323; Nov 503; Dec 1371; Jan 331; Feb 41; March 5. PORK BELLIES ^M.Majbs) 85i35 86^55 85i35 B86.51 84.55 85.87 14.50 085.87 84.20 , „ „ .45 b87.82 86.25 85.00 • $3.64' j. Soybean meal - $9.10-10.00 100 Ib. sack pure bran - 56. 85-7. 00. 100 Ib, sack pure midds — $6.85-7.00. Tankaae — 510 40-14 00 Linseed — $11.00. Jul . 84.10 84.85 83.67 684^5 83.20 Aug 81.90 82.70 81.60 b82.70 80.40 Sales: Feb 4116; March 536; May 532; July 261; Auq 14. Open interest: Feb 6665; March 2032; May 2605; July 1507; Aua 99. b—Bid; a—Asked; n—Nominal. CENTRAL IOWA MARKETS NEW YORK PRODUCE WEDNESDAY (AP) ol the Treasury on A Couruy elevator bids on corn, oats, s>oy i^,ins in area nn-i- Dos ^,oines show thf following Wednesday: Corn — No. 2 vHlow $2.80-2.89. Oals — $1.25-1.SO. Soybeans — No 2 yellow $5.42-5.48. OPERATING $2,555,000.000 BALANCE - PS Estimate for Thursday: catlle l.S'-o i hogs 2,000; 'heen 50. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY (AP) (USDA) — Wholesale egg offerings light; demand improved. Wholesale sellina prices based on volume sales. New York spot quotations follow: whites: fancy large 61-64C; fancy medium 53-56c; fancy smalls DEPOSITS FISCAL YEAR JULY 1 — ; 5142.923,000,000 WITHDRAWALS FISCAL YEAR JULY I - $147,957,000.000 TOTAL DEBT — 5542,705.000,000 DEBT NOT SUBJECT TO STATUTORY LIMIT — 5653.000,000 GOLD ASSETS - SI 1,618,000,000 O's Gold intent O's Gold Seed Co., Parkers- bure said it signed a letter . of intent to acquire an Lmdis-i,,7 0 4^ R $^ 8N o 6 oo, u o 4 o LANCE ON Au<3 ' "' closed company in (he hybrid i seed business for about $4.5 million in cash and stork. Tho nrnnnofiH I ne plOpObCQ c^l<ic; in ito latoct ficnal sdies in its latest nscai V4 <; i-nilli^n n'c fnlH cairl ^4.3 minion, u s iinia saia. tprmB pall fnr teims can ror MIDWEST STOCKS IOWA REGIONAL MARKETS Iowa elevator bio\ in corn and soybeans "rvnpiled by the fpri»ral-state grain market news office in Des Moines Wednesday. Price per bushp No. 2 Yellow Corn J2.80-2.8? No. 1 Yellow l;rl SILVER • NEW'YORK. WEDNESDAY lAPl - Sil- harf I ver '"'" re ^> ^n ihP Ne^v Ynri^ Cnmmntii-y 1011 Exchange; previous close in parmtliese',: • «f I prices in cents Per oz; Sep 472 60 (4iS9 50): ul ^0ct 4/7.10 (4/4.10); Dec 4flft (10 l4BT'n) J6n 490.30 (487./0): Mar 4OT JO (496001. I Ma 1 ' 507.80 (505301: Jul 51610 (113 W; n'c 'Sep J24.30 (521.80); Dec 536.60 (534.10). u b Sales: estimatad 18,4«2. (AP) — Followinq K of stocks Irafled on Exchange Wednesday low.s, closing Drirr-% from the previous High 9'n CHICAGO. ILL ^n abbrevidJed ' the Mirlwesl Stock with .sales, highs, and net changes close: • ••„. Low Last Chg 1500 Anch Coun 200 f.,ir-,Pir Sc 400 Hein Wern ?0n InirtSfl p| 200 Mir.kflbv '00 Nachmri 4400 O-. Gold ',rl 4011 Starr Bdrt 300 St-lrrBt wl MIDWEST STOCK SALES . Total itock tales UO.OOO mtt '82-2.94 2.94-3.04 3' = .(I S 3 1 : .19 2 7 s ;r 41 1' Northwest Nortn-Ccnlr ai Norlhnabi '>nulh Central Southes:.! CHICAGO CASH CHICAGO, WEDNESDAY Whefli nom hiqher; basis u rrre'Ots none. r rn ; higher; basis higher; .. 5.54-5.65 (AP) — 36-3BC. Butter steady; prices unchanged. Cheese steady; prices unchanged. DRESSED POULTRY - North Atlantic carlot and trucklot turkey markets, U.S. gran"; A, ready-to-cook, frozen, f.o.b. or eauwalent; carlot trading fair; offerlnqs mostly ligbi on consumer classes; fresh teed young h-^ns 61 c; breasts Hrm; ns i drumstick and wings ample; some shippers looking for bids; thighs firm; breast meat si.48. Sales reported: fryer roasters 4-9 Ibs 62c; hens 8-16 Ibs SB'.ac; toms 14-22 Ibs 57c. Offerings reported; fryer roasters 4-9 Ibs 62-63r: hens 8-16 Ibs 58'<?c; toms 1422 Ibs 5/-58C, 22-24 Ibs 56-57C; 24-26 Ibs 58c: 2/,-?8 Ibs 59c; 28-30 Ibs 60c; 30 Ibs and up 61-63C. Squabs and ducklings unchanged. Oat-, 1 receipts! basis unchanged; basis POTATOE FUTURES re- m lower; car. .>rybpans nom. higher; ciy"ar-rf receipts none 1 ^ rereipts: wheat ' 2I1.J7J bushels: 1(14.28 hell; oeti 7,371 b un. corn 113.806 buihell; oeti 7, bui els: 1 heTii NEW YORK. WEDNESDAY (AP) Potato futures on the New York Mercantile Exchange/ previous close in Daren- theses; (Maine) Nov. 7.98 (7.87): Mar 11.67 (1120). Apr 13.06 (1J.56); May 14.71 WHOUSUI MEAT heifer beef — choice -1.7!) flood 500-700 Ib* .., ..... •'mil-cuts - iteer hindquarters 145-lfo ism.tOi heifer hindquarters tAl70 ibs "Xerm cnucKs 110 ib« rtn M1.00-«.OD. '"Joint 1< is' dn MII.WJ '?-zo m« bs M435; I Ibs up M4.3S; skinned hams 20 IDS up 193.7V bjHIes, sdls 14-1J Ibs I10US; 1«.18 Ib* rW.WJ5J.75! 11-JO Ibs IW.7S-100.73; M-M .. ins Ml, on IOWA CATTLE ^am ( ,! t iwf, ot L MrnMrM , 8Tu .,. days close: steers and heifers'$1.00 hloh- teers weight only: mostly : mosVly choice IOWA AUCTION .Ji^i.MO^E?, WEDNESDAY (FED- STATE) - Auction at winterset, Dunlap, CATTLE and calves 2,973; feeder cattle WBWWflflfli^ ^rfcwJfimsr' Iot « .. w hundred wel«ht basis: us 1-3 91- daughter ewes steady to feeder lambf steady to — demand. "' uohfer lembs: choice 82-110 Ibs DIVIDENDS DIVIDENDS DECLARED ENDS IRRE AmGen ReserveFd Levinston Ship .13 ,08 AV Mffl Victor Compfomet :625 OMITTED S-29 9-15 9-7 .. .. 9-23 10-15 901 9-2* Heln-Werner Cp In ndlana Mf9.& Rlty Malor Rlty Savannah EI&Pow .: Wheel-Pitts Stl INITIAL Falcon Prds .03 Dayton Malleable .70 . .10 Q .86 Atlantic Cty . .... Canron Ltd .. .40 Cowles communlc .. .10 s-Systems Ine .. .25 AC Ltd .. .285 interstate Brands .. .20 Revlon Inc .35 REGULAR Am Re-Insurance Q .15 Angelica Corp Q .03 Berton, Dlckson 0 iell Canada beneficial Cp "lohemia Inc looth Newspapers Jhase ConvFd Bos Conrock Co Conwood Corp Dayton Malleable Dlxon Joseph Fst Com! Bks Firstmark Cp Fst Natl Bancorp Fundamental Invst House of Ronnie Iowa Power & Lt Jonathan Loaan Jones & Vinlna Kearney-Natl Lee-Ronal Inc Leslie Fay Macke Co Mfrs Bank,,LA MCA Inc Mm land Co Mission Equities NewEnq Elftc Sys p«>nn Pwer&Lt Philip Morris Ravhestos Manhat south Caro El&G Southland Royalty Manmy. Home-Pdj- .06 .025 .46 .10 .05 .12 .06 .08 .075 .10 .25 .O'S .07 , .*45 .45 Stanley Works Twtrnn Inc 21sf-cent Comm Unit Merrh Mfrs US Fldel&Guar iinlvarsel.Rundle Watwins Johnson Worthlngfen tnd Q !37 V«_ -J75 .04 .20 .62 .07 .05 .10 9-19 10-1' 9-11 9-29 9-H 10-15 9-10 10-1, 9-12 10-7 9-12 10-3 9-8 9^0 9-12 9-2« 9-15 10-15 9-8 9-18 9-15 9-30 9-9 9-30 0-15 10-15 9-8 9-30 9-19 10-1 9-30 10-14 9-10 10-2 9-9 10*1 9-11 9-29 9-12 9-30 9-30 10-15 9-12 10-1 9-5 9-72 9-4 9-15 9-12 10-1 10-3 11-7 9-3Q 10-31 9-9 9-11 9-15 9-26 9-9 9-23 9-1 i 10-3 9-8 9-30 9-12 9-2« 9-19 10-9 9-20 10-9 10-3 10.24 9-10 10-1 9-10 10-1 9-12 10-10 9-12 10-1 9-10 10-1 9-4 -912 9,12 10-1 9-10 9-27 9-12 10.1 9-fl T-30 9-U 9-7)1 9-12 10.31 9-17 10.J2 9-10 9-8 9-25 9-11 SUGAR NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY (AP) Domestic sugar futures on the New York Coffee end Sugar Exchange; previous close in perentheses; prices In cants per Sunar No. 12: no trades. Sales: Suagr U n'o! r if! 10 Sep l '<6 S .'BO (16.80); Oct 1A.45 jar 15.60 (15.55); May 15.45 I 15.10(15.15); Sep 14.94 (15.05); (16,00); Mar 15.60 (15.55); May 15.45 ::j.is» jjl is.io Oct 15.00 (14.55). . HS.I Sales: 5,892. WOOL NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY (AP). Wool futures on the New York Cotton Exchange; previous close In parentheses,' prices In cents per Ib; Dec 156.0 (153.5); ar 155.0 (152.5); May 153.0 (152.5).Sales: 6. Farm Bureau workshops set A series of fall district meet- jjpgs for county Farm Bureau women's committees and special chairmen will begin Sept. 2, Mrs. James Mohr of Eldridge, la., Farm Bureau worn en's chairman, said. Primary emphasis at the workshops will be discussion of the 1974-75 women's program, safety and health, commodity promotion and political education. There also will be a session for teen-agers about good nutrition and about careers in the food industry. The meetings, which each begin at 9:30 a.m. and adjourn at 3 p.m., will be held: Sept. ] — O'Brien County Farm Bureau bulldino at Prmahar; Se»». I — United Methodist Church at Decorah. Holiday Inn at Mason City, Catholic Church at Leon, and Montgomery County Farm Bureau building at /Sept. ji — Ramada Inn at Marshall- Seal, n — Cronk's Cafe at Denlson, Hrs*-M«*hodist- Church at Mount Pleasant; Sept. M — Purple Cow at North Liberty. Silei: S,9i Moscow display MOSCOW, RUSSIA (AP) One hundred paintings from New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art went on display Wednesday at Moscow's Pushkin Museum. B«M frem »«t»O»«t Wll'Hl* SltVlCt. DES MOINES WEATHER DATA FOR WEDNESDAY, A(IG, 27, 1973 BY NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE 0« Moines Airport Station HOURLY TEMPERATURES: a.m. a.m. S .'m.' .m. •.m. a.m. a.m a.m. a.m. a.m, noon p.m. . EMPERATUrtE ACCM lihast aFi:30 P.m. .owest at 4 a.m fiean ormet xeass for tha. day 6! • •i i I I 4 il ::::::::: a ••.::::•.::: i 1 ] (i ! x P.m. p.m. e.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. mlS. Sim pnoWlc " "*" ::::::::: '.'.'.'.'.'.".. La.L.. « 'ION . c xcess sfnee first of month i«a»s jlnet first of ytar ....... . I >«EC!PITATlON For Tueidav ...... . UP to7p.m. Wednesday TofaT this month to date mal si"** ^"n. 1 fe date ...., •aremetar In Inches JmJdlty lion .... . .'mJr Wind Velocity.. ................ 7 weather ...... ............... storm clear Sunrise todav «:36 a.m. Sunset 7:55 P.m lah temperature In ow temperature In Dei Des 21 Vecerd Des Moines tilth low n «i AUC, 8«HW Record Des Moines low Moon Pull moon Aul. 2t; last ouer- The nioen rlMi at 11:12 P.m. The mopn sets-el 1:11 p.m. Planets „ . v Mercury; Too close to sun to see. Venus: Top close to sun to see. Mers: Hfnh southeast, dawn; aulte Jupiter: Hiqti south, dawn; very brl«ht. Saturn: Low east-northeist, dewn; fairly bright. Weather Information wave). Temneratiires Hlah and low temperatures through '•?*—• a, „ „ Audubon Burlington Cedar Rapids CouncirSlulfs Davenport Decorah Des Moines Dubui (owe Otfumwe .......... w'.Tr,gi tv :.-.-:.v.v.v UNITED STATES Albany Alouqu querqu* Amarlifo Anchorage 63 Ashevllle Atlanta , Atls.ntfc City Atian Atlanl Austin illings Birmingham .. Bismarck ..... Boise ......... Boston ........ Brownsville. ... Buffalo .' ...... Burlington, Vt, Casper 93 Chareston, $r Char eston, WA/a. ... CharioftaN.C Cheyenne Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Columbia, S.C Columbus, Ohio ..... Dallas .1 ....,,.. ayton. Datrolt''".'.' Duluth El Paso .... Fairbanks... |rea? Falls" Hartford ... Helena Honolulu Houston Indianapolis..... Jackson, Miss Jacksonville Juneau Kansas City Las Veeas LUtleRock Los Angeles iami Beach . Iwaukee ... Minneapolis .. eapo Nashville New Orleans New York 92 Norfolk, Va. North Pl .._ 'lette .. Oklahoma City Omaha B rlando hiladelphla .. Phoenix ....,,< Pltlsbureh .... Portland, Me. . Portland, Ore. Providence , Ralelqh Rapid City Reno •. Richmond St. Louis St.Petersburo Salt Lake City an Antonio Dlei San Diego San Francisco ..... Sault Saint* Marl* Seattle Spokane Syrecuse Tucson Tulsa Washington, D.C. .. PAN AMERICA High and low temperetures In Celsius and Fahrenheit. Low Acapulco 25 Bermuda 27 Havana ~ Klnaston „ Mexico city 14 San Juan 25 Veracruz 23 WORLD Temperatures taken at 7 a.m. (Iowa time); Celsius and Fahrenheit. :f Berlin Casablanca Copenhagen Geneva London Madrid Moscow Paris Rome Saigon Tokyo Warsaw (F) 70 79 73 fl 73 7» 77 70 Mao praises Cambodians TOKYO, JAPAN (AP) - Chinese Chairman Mao Tse-tung met Prince Norodom Sihanouk, Cambodia's titular head of state, in China Wednesday and praised Cambodians for achieving a Communist victory in five years of fighting. The official Hsinhua news agency's broadcast, monitored in Tokyo, said when Sihanouk thanked the Chinese people for their support to the Cambodian people, Mao pointed out it was not the Chinese people who had given assistance to the Cambodian people but the Cambodian people who had supported the Chinese people. Arab killed TEL AVIV, ISRAEL (AP) An Arab from the Israeli-occupied West Bank of Jordan was killed Tuesday when an explosive charge he was handling blew up. the military command said Wednesday. Forecasts FOR THURSDAY, AUG. 28, 1973 IOWA — Shower threat ending from: southwest today. Partly cloudy Fr|, day. Highs both days in 80s, LOJJI^ tonight In 60s.' IOWA LAKES, SIOUX CITY ZONES Partly cloudy through r"rlday._wlth_- highs In middle to upper 80s today and In 80s Friday. Lows tonight mid- 605. MASON CITY, DECORAH, FORT DODGE, WATERLOO, DUIUQUP ZONES — Thunderstorms ending to-day with a high around 80. Partly- cloudy tonight and Friday with lows tonight '60 lo 65. Highs Friday mld- 80s. ' " ; CARROLL, DES MOINES, CEDAR RAPIDS ZONES — Shower threat ending, this morning and becoming partly* cloudy through Friday. Highs today In mid-805, lows In mid-ftOs. Highs Er)i, day in upper 80s. . - '"" ' ATLANTIC, OTTUMWA, iURLINGfflnT ZONES — Partly cloudy through FrV day with highs both days around <?0. Lows tonight-middle to upper 60s. • COUNCIL BLUFFS ZONE — Mostl;,, sunny through Friday with chanca" 6f afternoon and evening showers tdrfaV! 1 ' Highs botrr days low' to mld»99ili ; Lows tonight'middle to upper 60s. •' QUAD CITIES /ONES — Partly cloudy, and humid today with thunderstorms likely through tonight. Partly sunny and humid Friday. Highs today middle' to upper 80s. Hlgtts Friday arburift 90. Lows tonight upper 60s. i-a IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST — Saturday through Monday: Partly cloudy Saturday. Chance of showers and. thunderstorms Sunday and Monday, Highs "mostly In 80s. Lows In 60s. ILL LNO.|S^^varlabie-cl»udlntse-«m»-hU'—I midfodajTwfm Wtundariform* likely Tit' I northwest, _ chance of thunderstorms Mi« fcTOfc^ d^&^&jgte& chance of showers and thumf«'rtffr~ms'llk«y!'' lv sunny Friday stor erstt — Jin scattered ....... Highs today low and mid-71 and low 'oum'.''Cw»i DAY'S RECORD Iowa deaths ALBIA — Harry E. Regan, 15; George MrMriTiw-rence ChrWy?H; / 0 < tls 0!"$^ 2 "'-V-r>rs,wrea4t; 86. j' '' ' t n. MJ ' ,*""J£ MH T .pump, "i nnrs. nizei m; ulre, 83; Arthur V. Hehn, «8; Jamas E, 'le, 79; Leo L. Preston, 84; .Mrs. OfHlji jSgJl • ' — Mrs. Clara E. Drummon, /-,---.-., -iPDOB — Mvron Kllnger, 54; mono? 61' Doual8S< "' Mr5 ' Nobl » Drum ' £?*rM* D J»PN..- John Rushton, LALJ.S — .Enoch R. White?*?' •ITY— Harold'DeSert, 57; Rev. VfiW —Mrs. Helen A.. Honey* FS £t*J RB — HaVold L. Aullff, 58. unaKfi* "T.f. r .? nk ?• S r °nbach, 78. «TI!W VIA ..~ William U. Palmer, 79. •«rF-. rs M "f,V Pontlkes, 71; Alfa E. O?ay, 71^ Oln,' URO - Mrs. Mettle Fleisner. Des Moines deaths pita? (9w «"utfie?enie* •" •> iwrroiur or i^tr- u«;«i*:7" "rfafldar «» Iowa 'to- a«i'iTii~" noipiiai. OANN .-_ Mr. and Mrs. *-'. ""' Jeffrey, 41* a - B0 .f-E JACK -Mr and Mrs, James/ «f Hn«oi?ai '* daughter ' Tuesday at AAarcy n.ivi.i Hospital. |-,T — Mr. and Mrs. David', "90S leth St., a son, Tuesday at Merc* r A^ 1 "' 8nd Mrs v Michael, 337 S.E. * ""' Tutsd>y •' «*•«» r ' ind Mr »' ' D «n R., 1344 A., 921 GUTTER - Mr, a 1421 Locust St., W< TII»«H»V at North 1 nital DEM ING - and Mn. pougla ast Des Moines, i west community illiam. 4 ' ol Huxley, died sPltar 143 Fltttl f FOOTE — — r Samarlten Home Wednesdy et Mercy Hospital. ., 6V of the In IndlanofiT . ;- Frank L, 62. brioM E. Thirty- second St., died" Tuesday ef Del Moines General Hospital. Des Moines births G ' L LIGAN — John T., 54, 6301 Sherrlck AVP . died Tnpsdav »i Mercy Hospital T°M Y c.- J , Mo - . "• 3401. S.W. Twenty.- fourth St., died there Tuesday. W A Rt ii 7 .Jhomas, 72, 1721 Twenty-first sr. died there Tuesday. 4°^ d . s "• of Knoxvllle. died at Veterans Hospital. 'dav 3 ' 5M S ' E ' A '" n d Vrid Mrs. John, of " a son, Wednesday County Hospital. «JrI ER ~ M , r .i V d Mr»- Bruce, of Hartford, e son, Wednesday «t Mercy HOJb). - lnd Mr ?' Jon ' S' ' ' 01 Wednesd » Hurt in fall SPRINGFIELD, ILL. (AP) Margaret Walker. 15-year-old daughter of Gov. and Mrs. Daniel Walker, is recovering from a broken collar bone suffered in a fall from a horse, the governor's office reported Wednesday.

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