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r- AMERICAN STOCKS .9 Atroltf ,K»* A«r«f!C» .101 eiirl wt A *tc- "• A tn. I Altimift'p 3» Am Am Am AmFIn \Vti — Vi I Merrill Isl fn 3 Vt —1 (Microwave 74 MldwFlnl .20 14 Mlloo Elect 273 MlllWohl .30a 46 MlllO'nyX .«4f 15V2 13'* V'4 21H 14 J1H --1H H'* -I** 14H — '* — '4 1»rd« Micro Sat Alfalfa latBHIH .25f vat Gen wt YatGenwt n leedham .20 jestl«L« ,20 lew MexiAr 1*v»Park Mn Nor Cdn Oils Yoeait Alrlln 40VO CP .10 <ucl*ar Am •uclear Data lytronics H OKCCorp .60 Old Town Ookleu I.33« Origlnata .30 QvcrhdDr .60 'xford Eloc izark Airline 'ac Csf Prop •c Indus •P«rt Keen 'arkCh .30a 'ark Ele .61t >' —' %-l& 52 243.4 438 193/4 56 23 1 /, 21 |3/4 35 15 37 29;* 16 73fc — 3't 10 — '» 10 — n« 13Vt —1^ Mil ~ '' THE BUSINESS TIDE Hawkeye National Liie Otters 250,000 Shares to Th« Register Hawkeye National Life Insurance Co., three-year-old DCS Moines insurance company, Is offering 250,000 shares of its common stock to lowans at $16 a share. If all shares are sold, the net Livestock And Grain Prices Drop] DM MotrtAi Sunday fogiitor Local Section 7 July 27, 1769 the week 6'4 bushel lower. (n 8'2 cents a proceeds to the company, Ifter deduction of underwriting commissions and expenses of the some electronic components at offering, will be approximately j er prices. the plant due to competition from imported products at low $3.5 million. General Funds The additional capital will be -'^j added to the company's general '-'"'funds. No portion of the net i proceeds has been allocated for Mid-West Data Control, which employs about 14 workers, provides computer and data processing services to hospitals and other businesses. C. 0. Wanvig, jr., president . .I0g ,,, renn En ,50a -,''!Pentron El l2 ij ! Pep Boys .84 Permanoer PhllLgO .«4d PhoenixS .97f Pickwick Intl Pioneer Plas PltDesM 1.40 Plttway .60b ^IIWVTr .54 Ian Resrch lume Atwod neu Seal .80 Pneumo Dyn Polarad El Poloron 1.55f chr 1.22f , f=,l * \ z'v, fany particular purpose, but the of Globe-Union, said heavy de' ! company plans eventually to mand for automotive batteries utilize part of the funds to ex- continued to help maintain _,:>, P an d ' ts a g enc V f° rce an d tcr " sales at a high level during the 10% -'^jritory, and to utilize the addi-1 six-month period. SB -z!3 i tional surplus to , establish re '! 3-Month Loss 83/4 - v«; nuired reserves for new insur- 12'/2 — \'A ' The report indicated that us- Livestock prices declined last a « e in the last half of the cr °P week and grains sold off sharply in the wake of a government grain stocks report that indicated a large carryover of wheat, corn and soybeans at the end of the crop year. Hog markets were mostly 25 to 50 cents lower except at Sioux City where prices ranged 25 to 50 cents higher. The interior Iowa and southern Minnesota hog top was LIST COURT'S REVERSALS FULTON... Continued /rom Page One year was lower than the trade had expected. sals or reduction of charges by Soybean futures were s i (o higher courts. 4Mi cents a bushel lower for the! "They make us look like w« week; wheat Pk to 4 7 K cents!don't have good judgment," lower; oats P* to 2'i cents' said one police court judge, lower and rye 2 1 * tn 4'i cents j -if they're doing what I think lower. Central Iowa country elevator' (they're doing reducing ev- 16 miles an 6 cents lower at Sl.Ofi to $1.10, hour - we might as well tell bids for No. 2 vellow corn were ; erything below $26.50 cornpared with $26.75 at!and No. 2 yellow modified soy-;our policeman to write tickets Kansas City, $27 at Sioux Cityj beans were steady to Ic lower on | y up to 15 miles an hour." and Omaha and $28 at Chicago, i at W.SUo $2.54 Sajd another veteran lower „ ... „ , ... i In me interior Iowa c£g mar- . . , . ...... CaM ^opp" 50 cents M prices were unchafgod to -rt ( judge:-Anoutr^t d,s- Jack Fnltoa Charges Courts Aid Speeders ho ohack Corp otany Ind owllnf Corp owrnar Inst ranAlrw wt ran Alrw A Polych Potter PrenHal . Inst .68b .15 <S5l .8 ... X47 ll'/j G&O 409 (Vt tsasr "-* ^ A&rci alcomp •mpbi Chlb •mpbM .30 dnsxp G& nirconl -.... .A*r " Canavarl n Mare fn .50f . Canoga tnd Career Acad CaresM .200 hampH .16* hem* .24 ,herry Burr Christian Oil Cinerama Cinerama pf CIrcultF l.S9f "lark Cable larostat l*ry Corp (burn .30b jff M*t .40 CohU 61 .IS* Coleman .70 CompuDyne Comput Appl Comput Eq "omput Instr Comput Inv Comput L**t iputest imp Softw :onch*m .70 :ondec Corp :onductron in Leasing Coro Inc Cosmodyn* Creole 2.608 CrownPet .60 Crystal Oil utter B '.44 alien .109 aryl Indus _at* Cont Cat* Process § iProd Cp Mln .ISe llnlnc .40 llnlnc wt rborn CP Labs Deltona Corp Deltona pf 3 Detecto S .25 Digital Equip Diodes Inc Dlyersey .50 DIversM .24b Dlxilyn Corp DMH Corp . ~ i Petrol tar .40 Driver Harr Drug Fair .30 Duralpy Co i.stn Fft W Eckmir CP . Ecologlc Scl Edo Corp .40 Ehr.nch Pho Elco Corp Elcctrogra 1 fleet Assist f «ct Comp t Resrch tron .52 •ronlci fvn .90 27Va 28V§ — 24Vi 24V< —1 8 83/4 + 10V4 103/4 — H 7'/4 7'/4 — 3/4 20'/2 20'/2 —2'/4 14"4 14% —I'/J 45, f fl _ y§ 4Va 4Vi 15% 15% — '/• 8 8^ +'/« 32'/2 323/4 — 3Vfc ll'/4 11V4 — 1/4 PubcoPet PurltFsh .68t Quebec Llth Ramada .24 Ramer Ind Rand Comp Rapid Am wt Rath Pack RealtyE .25a Realty E wt REDM Corp Redman .I5h Reeves Ind Reeves Telec Remco Ind RcsrchCtl .08 Reserve OG Reslstflx .50t> Resortslntl A Resortslnll B Rest Asso .28 S'/ti 25 3 /4 15'/» 25Vz 40V/4 11'A Vt 23' 20'/4 — t »l'4 — Vl 30"4 +'/« i6'/« — vi W, + % 22V4 -V* SVt — Vt 26'/« —3V. 403/4 — '/2 ll'/4— 1% 8% — '/» 23'.i —1 334 3 15-16—1-16 253/» 25'/2 — 1 20V« 171. 13«* 363/4 5'/2 15'/2 143/4 331/2 6?'B - '4 20V4 -2's 7 — H 10'/4 ..... 17?% — I'.ii 13% - % 5 — Vs 37 'A — 33.ti 5'/2 - 18 — Vi 8 Vi —Vi IVt —1'/4 25 7 /« — % 15 —1 22'/« —1 14'/4 —2V« 40 —1 7V8 — Vt 8'/2 • —2 Royal Amer RoyBusn .3Sd Rusco Indust Safeaurd Ind Saturn Alrwy Savin B Mch Savoy Indust Saxon Indust Sayre Fisher Scope Indust Scurry Rain Seeman Bros v. iServlsco .38 it Seeman Bros Servisco ,38 49 50 +1% 7 7 — Vl 12 12 — IV* 9Vi 9% — vt 6 7 /« v/t —\Vi 8'/2 Wt —2 17% IB f Vt 45V» 45 7 /e + Vl 23'/4 23V4 —1 2214 22% — 1% IS'/a 15% —2'/4 14V4 14% — Vt 20</4 2QY2-4V. 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The investment company 400,000 shares, which together with the new offering, gives the insurance company 650,000 shares outstanding. Hawkeye National Life is currently licensed to sell life, accident and health insurance in Iowa, Alabama and Indiana. According to the prospectus on the offering, the company had $75,078,368 of insurance in force on Mar. 31, 1969, compared with $63,421,640 on Dec. 31, 1968 and $24,541,188 on Dec. 31,1967. For the three months ended | $31.40 at Omaha and $32.50 at June 30, sales rose 14,3 periChicago. cent to $25,552,000 from I Slaughter lambs were steady $22,341,000 a year earlier. The to $1 lower with prices on with ops on; lc hi e her wittl incpntivc ! slauchter steers of $31 at Kan- !A Iar 8 e offerings at 39 to 44 maybe there was an error some- City, $31.25 at Sioux City. cer ents above a year ago. was 7 to 9 p , acc . But changing the speed fined $15 on speeding charge, $10 on failure to appear charge, with fine suspended. company had a net loss of * 11 . 000 in the second ? uarter , compared with a loss of $118,000 a year ago. Due to sea- Jumping Business charged? Wliat's the use?" Recent Reversals spring lambs reaching $29.50 at Kansas City, $30 at Omaha and j Sioux City and $3t at Chicago. Receipts of cattle and calves at the terminal markets totaled enterprising Marengo dren have found (Th<> Register's Iowa News Sfrvic*) MARENGO, IA. - Some U'/4 +1 9V4 — Vi IVt — Vt 38',« , 17 4"^i. f ~-Z i Titus W. Schrock is president, 10V, _!',. ' 12',» + ',« 38V« —4% We — Vi 57 —3V* 6V. — % 14Vs + '/» Ironies division, a loss is usual- j 134,000 head, down 13.6 per cent ly incurred in the second quar-ifor the week and 18.3 per cent ter, the company said. j ^Acr a year ago. Hog receipts in the interior and at the 12 terminal markets dropped 1.8 per cent from the previous week at 518,000 head vs. 574,000 head. The company said that the jCentralab Electronics Division is receiving favorable results in a redirected marketing program which emphasizes increased sales penetration in military and industrial markets. Latest receipts were 10.4 per cent under a year ago. In the midwestern wholesale Globe-Union's stock, traded imeat trade steer and heifer on the New York Stock Ex- andad U ,_..._ 1.26f 1751 tOft ro Indust 107 VfVt sp*y Mfg_ sq R|d EL 45 xqull ablen .40Jj =*lrmnt .10* : alcon Sbd : anny F .40g : ed Resrces w.$ Ksas 1 j ,^ Four Seatoni J544 FranksNu .60 60 Fr*snlilo ,60g M Frontier Air 258 GayldNat .30 22 Gen Alloys 23 Gen Bat Cer 290 G Cinema .24 84 Gen Plywood « Ganiico Tech 77 gr,n»40 3 2 Glasrock Prd 57 GlenGer ,50a 41 GlenDlsB .40 21 § ickln Wm 8 Idtleld 278 odway 44 anger As 16 ivMfg .36t 27 St Am Ind 376 St Basn Pet 279 StLak Chem 210 |t Lak Racr 6 SrowCh .326 44 Sruen In .I0d 51 enaR 1.30 Itrculti Gal liable Mf .10 lirtonHot wt loerntrW .82 •lofm Indust Holllngr 1.40 <olly Corp joloph 1.201 <om»OA .50 lormtl 1.20 Horn Hirdrt louse Fabric 7'/4 t V*J ,7 5V> ihattck Denn 'iboney Corp IkaggDrg .40 JlickCorp .32 SMD Ind .17 Solitron .16 Spencer Shoe Std Dredg Std Intl .24 e itd Metals ltd Prod 1.220 Itanley Avia Jtanrock Ur StarSmkt .60 Statham Inst StepanCh .44 SferPrec .25f item Met .50 jternco A Stop Shop .90 Struthr Wells Stylon Corp Sunalr Electr Superscope Syntex CP .40 Systron Donn Technic Oper Technic Tape Technlco .40b Technitrol Telepromt Telex Corp Tenney Eng Ter Hud .41f Texstar Textron wt ThorMkt .35g ThrlftlmtA 1 Tonka CP .40 Tool Resrch TownCtry .20 Trns Car .10p Transairco Transcon Inv Tran In cv pf Transoarm Tri Cont wt Tyco Labs Unexcelled UnStkOm .80 UnAlrPd .25g UnitAsb .079 Un Natl Inv US Leas .24 USRadm .3 a Un Cont .07d UnlvMar ,60a UrisBldg wt .., ., ,Utah IdS .80a 20'/B — l'-a ValleyMt .60f .?!/e —.!/« Valspar .30g Vernltron VIctLceN ,52f Vlewlex Vlkoa Inc Visual Electr VolMerch .20 VTR Inc Wabash .20 Waltham Ind Well McL .44 Westates Pet Westbv Fash Wn Nuclear White Eagle Whitehall El Wichita Ind Wmhouse Wilshire .52f WllsonCo 1.35 Wilson Co wt Wilson Bros Wilson Ph .50 WllsonSpt .60 WllsonSpt wt Wolv Ind .30 Wright Harg 54 11% 9% 20Vi 20Va —4'/4 9 91/9 _1V« 13Vj 133/4 — Vt 9 9"« —I'/a 13'/2 13 3 /4 — Vi 7-Vfl 7*i — Vi V/t 5 — Vt 4 4—56 23 23 — 1% lO'.i 10% —1V» I'/e 9V« — V4 20% 20'/2 —23/4 183/4 19% —2V» 12 12 — Vi 153/4 IS'/a — '/a 5 6 - Vs 22V2 22Va — Vt 6693 11-14 23 12 7 /« 50 28V2 10 7 ll'/2 1 15'/4 Blaess is executive vice- president and assistant secretary. James G. McCurdy is chairman of the board. He is a partner in W. O. McCurdy & Sons, Fremont, la.", hybrid seed corn company. E. A. Hayes, Mt. Pleasant, is vice-chairman of the board and treasurer. He is an officer and director of five Iowa banks. John J. Murray, Fort Dodge attorney, is vice-president, secretary and a director. Jerry L. Bettes, assistant treasurer, is chief accountant. L e r o y McCurdy, assistant 7V4 ={* | secretary, is a partner of W. 0. '!'/• - vl i McCurdy & Sons. If +?'" i Illinois Firm -i 3 — '/2 11/2 —H, 27'/2 — 3/4 tVt 6Vt — % § 37 —13/4 Vl 233/4 + 3/4 Vi 26 —1'/4 91/2 9'/j — 1V« 15'/4 IS'/a —2% 7» 8 • 7?'a - 3/4 40Va «OVe — 3*« 60Va 60V4 —5V4 25'/i —1% J ««- a 1969 range of 117 beef declined $2.50, pork loins ; MJ profit from recent high water on the Iowa River near here. The youngsters have been dangling hooks into sidewalk gratings at the Gode Building here to catch frogs which the high water brought into town. The kids are selling the frogs John Charles Patterson of 455* N.E. Forty-first ave., charged with 55 miles an hour in a 35- Fulton listed several recent j mi , e 7()nc Mar 29 and fjned $30 reversals of speeding charges jby Urbandalc Po i icc Judgc in Polk County District Court: l Richard G Hansen; p i cadcd Lynn E. Watson of 3838 Sev-i guilty and was fined $30 by chil- enth st., charged with speeding (Judge Harry Perkins after way to 100 miles an hour in a 25-mile-j charge amended to 50 miles an an-hour zone Mar. 9, sentenced \ hour by Urbandale city attorney, to 15 days in jail by Municipal Judge Ray Harrison and fined $10 each on two Charges of failing to make a boulevard stop and one of failing to stop for a j Council to Hear Gripes on Police were $5.50 to $7 lower, picnics The City Council Monday red light, all in connection with I night will hear complaints from same incident. j citizens in the Model Cities Watson appealed to district j area who say the presence of for 5 cents each to court and was^ found guilty• J>y; | ai . ge num b c rs of police in their Bait Shop. 80-cent dividend rate is 4.5 per cent. were $1 higher, Boston butts j the were 50 cents higher and] * * 5V4 5 7 /a — 'vi 153/4 16'/4 —2V2° 14V« 14Va —1 20 20 — % 32'/a 323,4 —2',a 18V4 18% —ni 6'/a 6Vt— IVa ! — Va WHITE MOTOR White Motor Co., which has an Iowa tractor plant (Oliver) at Charles City, had a 5.1 per cent increase in net income for the first half of 1969, compared with the same period a year ago, as sales rose 16.4 per cent. J. N. Bauman, chairman, said, however, that the company is reducing somewhat its previous projection of earnings of $4.25 a share for 1969. skinned hams declined 50 cents to $1. : The average price paid in the i interior last week for mixed grade 200 to 220 pound butchers was $25.60, down 1.3 per cent from the three-year high of $25.92 set a week ago. The market still held 34.8 per cent above the year's low, 15.3 per cent above the 1968 high, 45.8 per cent above the 1968 low th *^JSnfe,««* f lowans' Votes In Congress Prom Tn« Re*Ister't Washington Bureau WASHINGTON, D.C. - Following are votes of Iowa mem- •mination as to the rate of i speed. Clarke also found Wat|son innocent of three other al| lied charges. ! John Joseph Nash of 500 Wa- itrous ave., charged with speeding 50 miles an hour Mar. 7 in Zon6( finc d $20 by Municipal Judge H arry Grund; resentment." Some residents of the area bers of Congress from July 18! convicted of 45 m ii e s an hour in through July 24: No votll. SENATE HOUSE 30-zone, $15 after appeal to Judge A. B. Crouch. Michael John Myers of 1408 • . . i me uepflri'iienr or nqncunure 'or Tree or „ , , ». • fcn t and 23.9 per cent ahead of the reduced-price me»is to needy children not j Hackley ave., /med $60 by V now belnq reached. .. —,. .., tt-:_ui_ r».i: T..J — same week a year ago. Steer Average The average price paid i Chicago for choice 900 to 1,100 FOR: John Kyi,'Wiley Mayne, William I Windsor Heights PolJCC Judge Scher,e. Fre_d Schw.enael. Republicans; R Da]e p e(iciicor(1 for spee ding Neal Smith, Democrat. He said factors expected toipo und steers was $3056i off 28 affect earnings for the balance of the year include continued highly competitive conditions in the farm equipment industry, record high interest rates and anticipated repeal of the investment tax credit. per cent for the week and 12.1 per cent und,er the June high. The market was 6.5 per cent above the January low. Steer prices held 3.8 per cent above the 1968 high, 15.4 per cent above the 1968 low and 11.4 per cent above the same White's net income for the first half of 1969 was $15,011,000 : wee k a year ago. or $2.30 a share .compared with! Last Thursday the Smith. AGAINST: Grosv NOT VOTING: Culver. Defeated, 129-281, motion to recommit ,. .- ., , bill respecting Civil Service retirement li- i speeding 45 ITUlCS an HOUr in a nanclng and benefits to the Committee on r Ray 16 Harrison; convicted of 13% -Kt 20Va —1% 12 — Vt 12% — Vi 'JSi Z 1 ^ 82 -2 54V. -63/4 18'/a — '/• 26'/« — « 22 —IV. 5'/2 - Va 6=>a — Vt 11 Vi — Vl 13% — Vt 24 Vj +1V 2 tVt — % 15% —1'/2 fig 64V2 15% -1V2 43'/i 43V2 —2VJ 71/2 7V2 — Vi KV» KVt 20V4 ,0% 11 - 7 6 Vi 5% 4'/a 8% 73/4 133/4 ID'/a 14 123,4 15Va 13"a rig yle Wyle Libs 14'/a 14 14% — 5'/2 5 S'/4—1-16 9'/4 8V| 8 7 /> 17 14V2 143/4 —13/4 17V4 12 13 —4 19V2 16 16'/a —2% 21 Vt 20% 20% — % 35Vj 283/4 283/4 —7'/4 14% 14V2 14'/2 — Va 143/> 103,4 11 — 3V* 7% 7V4 7% + Va .21% 19Va 193/4 —1'/4 113/4 10'/2 11 — Vl 27% 24% 25V* —2V* 25 24 24 —1 123,4 12 12V2 14 12V2 12V2 —1 18% 15Va 15V« —3% 14V2 12'/2 123,4 —13/4 17V2 16% 163/4 — V4 31V2 30 30—1% 14% 13 13V2 — Va 7% 6Vt 6Vi — 3 'i 13 113/4 12 — 'e 5% 5Vt 5V* — % 6% / 6% + Vi 6 5Va SVt — Vi 38 3 /4 37% 37% — % 9% 9 9'/4 — Va 23V4 21 Vt 21 Vi — % 7Va 6Va 6 Vi— Vt »Vt T/i IVi — Vi 113/4 10'a 10 '/a— % 12'/» 1»»/4 12'/ 4 - 'A SVt 43,i 4 7 /a — Vt 16 12 12 —4'/4 3 . 2Va 2 9-16 — % llv* lOVi 10'A —1% Alden C. Palmer, a director, is chairman emeritus of Howard Sames & Co., Eugene, Mo. Hawkeye National Investment ,Co. stockholders last May ap- 141/4 -1% i proved a proposal to acquire As- iS'' 2 -vt sociated Life Insurance Co. of 21%-iv2-Chicago 111., for 1,959,132 J^Z 1 *!shares of the holding company's $14,278,000 or $2.18 a year ago.! ment reported that total"stored \'i^^S^S& K ^^.-^ n ^"y' fined * 24 on each of two Jan. 12; on appeal, convicted of "Ipprovaq, J41-3, bill authorlilna the con- Speeding 90 miles 3H hour in 60- struction of an entrance road at Great'. „„ r;_.,.i-eon u,. i,,j-,n Smoky Mountains National Park in the'/.one. fined 5JO t>y JUUgC state of North Carolina. D _i.;_FOR: Gross, Kyi, Mavne, Scherle, : Perkins. Schwenael, Smith. NOT VOTING: Culver. John D. Approved, 198-6, bill making appropria- «""" " tions for the Department ot the Interior a\'C fined $25 for Speeding 50 and related aqenclos tor the liscsl year ., , . „, ., endina June 30,1970. . miles an hour in a 25-mile zone FOR: Ky, Mayna, Scher e, Schwenge, i . .- . ., . . , . . - - ' • Apr. 16 by Mumcipa Judge Angus of 300 Hull Post Office and Civil Service. FOR: Gross, Mayne, Scherle. AGAINST: Kyi, Schw«nflel, Smith. NOT VOTING: Culver. anvorn Approved, 358-41, bill to liberalize retire- govein- mcnt benefits tor congressmen and all oih- 25-zone and fined $25 by Judge Wade Clarke. John C. May of 430 Oak Lane, stock. Hawkeye National In-ja record $508,938,000 vestment's stock, traded in the $437,123,000 a year earlier, over-the-counter market, was For the Sales for the latest period were supplies of all feed grains on vs. sold to lowans in 1966 at $2 a share and ranged last year from $1 to $2.75. It was bid recently at $1.75. June 30, For symbols see footnotes on New York Stock Exchange list. WEEKLY AMERICAN STOCK SALES Total for week 13,487,425 .1.968 to data ««#*•§« . jan i to da't» ' 15 29 27Va 5 4V a 29 28% 4',« 4Vt 27 26% 69% 64 tt 35'4 24'4 4</2 203/4 23 31 283/4 41 Vi 493/4 6% — Vt 13% —l'/i 83/4 — 'A 10 - Vi . 43/4 — Vi tVi —1 131/2 _ 1/2 20 —1 46% -2'/8 12'/2 —2V'J 20 - 3/4 65'/2 —6'/8 ttVt -l'/4 43/4 - % 28*a 4- Vt 4'/4 — Vj 27 + % 64 —4'/2 35V2 - 7 /a 24'. j -2 20'/8 + Vt 23 —W 31 — 7 /i 42% +'% 493/4 —13,4 16'/2 -2 ISVa -<By-th« Associated Prtsj)- GLOBE-UNION Globe-Union, Inc., which has an Iowa Centralab Division plant at Fort Dodge, and earlier this month purchased Mid- West Data Control Inc., Sioux City, had record sales in the six months ended June 30. Net income for the latest period more than doubled the same period a year ago. Sales in the first half of 1969 rose 7.2 per cent to $52,466.000 _«!«! ™ compared with $48,897,000 a :..'::.':..',.'757,'222,'748ry e ar earlier. _ . 26c vs. 13c l|*end : Net income jumped to &4n2.nnn or 26 cents a share Lfrom42tiO t QOQ-orJ3centS-a_year three net months ended income was The following table lists oper- agG ° lobe . Unioni Food nfll nt stretcn ntarphot .40 nvDjvA 1.80 nvDlvi .45 roquoli .47f ating results in major lines of business and finance in the latest week, with comparisons with the preceding week and a year ago: headquartered Steel Production (Net Tons) Freight (Car-loadings) Freight Ton-Mile, (Billi ' ions) Prod. .jits) Coal Prod. (Tons) 01 Auto (Uni Soft C Prod, rod. Crude c, (Bfals) Paper Pi (Tons) Paper Board Prod. (Tons) Stock Sales o (Shares) Bond Sales (Par Value) Latest Week 2,600,000 536,361 14.3 83,051 8,940,000 9,291,000 452,000 510,100 41,036,990 Year Aao in Milwaukee, Wis., produces batteries and electronic components and is the parent company of Data Automation Scien- $8,391,000 or $1.29 a share, up 1.8 per cent from $8,239,000 or $1.26 in the like 1968 period. Sales were up 11.9 per cent at $259,384,000 from $231,686,000 a year ago. Although Bauman shaded his earlier prediction of full 1969 earnings, he added, "We have every reason to believe that our results for the last half will be much more favorable in relation to 1968 operations and that the full year should result in an earnings increase of more than 10 per cent over 1968." Last year the company earned $23 million or $3.52 a share. In addition to farm machinery, White builds and sells commercial trucks, which ac-j count for about half of its vol- j ume. ________ ; The company's stock, traded ! on the New York Stock Ex-i change, has a 1969 range of $50.75 to Friday's close ofj $37.87, where the yield on the i July 1 rose a bit from a year ago to 79 million tons. Grain futures reacted quickly with sharp losses paced by corn which ended charges by Justice of Peace; Keith Carlson, speeding 89 miles jn). FOR: Kyi, Schwengel, Smith. AGAINST: Gross, Mayne, Scherle. NOT VOTING: Culver. t^rrit^irBnV^Srsl.r'JS-. an hour in 65-mile-an-hour zone ^ed^en^sTor^isc'Sfy^e^inrju^e^nd failing to appear as 30, 1970. FOR: Culver, Kyi, Mayne, Scherl*, Schwenqel, Smith. AGAINST: Gross. uled; convicted of charges on appeal by Judge A. B. Crouch, have complained of the police being rude and using "derogatory remarks." The council will meet at 6:30 p.m. at City Hall, E. First and Locust streets. SALES SALES REPRESENTATIVE AUTOMOTIVE PARTS If »h* challenge, of becoming • Territory Manager for an auto- motiva replacement parts manufacturer that hai doubled in til* th« lait three year, interest! you . . . wu would like to talk about your future and the opportunity that lie, ahead. Immediate) opening! in the upper midwett territory. Aggretsiveneit and th* desire to grow with us a requisite. Should have e»perience in merchandising automotive part, at retail *nd wholesale levels. Normal Monday through .Fridt/y travel, ear and eipenses. Eicel- lent compensation and benefit program. Send confidential n sume to: S. R. Schmieder Geerlich's Inc. P.O. Boi 965 Toledo, Ohio 43601 An liual Opportunity employer This announcement »» neither an offer to tell, nor a. solid tntion of an offer to bun, rniy of Htese securities. The offer is made by the Prospectus, 'and is limited tn bona, fide residents of lon'ii only. A Unique Investment Opportunity New Stock Issue NATIONAL MOBILE HOME CITIES CORP. Dts Moines, Iowa 630,000 Shares Common Stock $4.00 p«r shar* (Available in minimum lots of 100 Shares to a maximum of 2,000 .Shares) NOTE: Approximately 150,000 shares only are still available ces, Milwaukee, pur- id in following) .... 151,853,000 $62,177,000 Bus. Failures (Number) (Final three ciphers Electric Power Prod. (KWH) 31,639,000 28.055,000 Bank Clearino. $ ^^ $ ^^ Demand Deposits Jervi , . jetronlc Ind Jupiter CP Kilvex .12 Kin.rMIII«'r <aneb PL .60 (atzDrua .50 78 2<X'« 104 18'/4 49 15 95 6% 94 12% 254 " 5 2°4 TB-ra wf 30 jCi"n"Ark Corp x400 ;in Ark rt 2562 Cine Radio tnollHtr 1.10 .afay Radio .ak* Shore ,aM*ur .36 .•Point .20* .•as Data wt .ernerSt .40g .ern*rS»r wf .evInTwn .40 t«,,9 :?&.« .TVAaro wt .TVEIac .50 .TVLInfl -lOfl .TV Ulng wt .TVLln Pf.lO .undy Ewe r ynch.. Corp 'Ssfe-Ran M.Rll'TR'.M Marjsn* .20 MarlayCo .40 Marsnall Ind MfCrory wt v$$&% *%sfifi crrill Isl Business Loan, Excess Reserves 29'/i —3'/8 UV4 - Vt Q3A — 3n lv, - % 16% — 3 /J 10'a —2 11','2 — %. " $ 309,000 18Va —Ha, Treasury Gold Stock 40 -3% i t 10,367,000 9?'i — % i Money In Circulation $ 51,208,000 Member Bank Borrowings S 1,355,000 which 2,261,000 Chased the Sioux City firm for MJ , 5 n ! an undisclosed amount of cash. ,4.5 The company's Fort Dodge electronics plant has been on strike since the first of this month. Several meetings have been held with management and union representatives and the Federal Media tion and Conciliation Service, but the company said that it cannot predict when the dispute will be resolved. The Fort Dodge plant employs about 300 workers but 10,776,000 9,231,0001 430,0001 439,4001 54,931,952 69,273,000 $2 dividend rate is 5.2 per cent. The Business Tide appears i daily in the Register. I - j Wholesale Meat j DES MOINES, SATURDAY - Fed-State i midwest carlo! meat — for the week — I Steer and heifer beef 12.50 lower; pork loins $5.50-7.00 lower; picnic, Jl.OO hloher; boston butt, 50c higher; jklnntd ham, 50c- 1 $1.00 lower. > CHICAGO, SATURDAY (USDA) - Carlot meat — for tht wetk — Steer beef 1 SI .50-3.00 lower; heller $2.00-3.50 off; cow; beef $1.50-2.00 off; iprltnTamb weak to S2.00 lowtr; pork loin, Vl7 Ib $5.00-5.50 ! off; Boiton butt, $1.00 UP; tPartrlbs i steady; hams 10-20 Ib Mc-11.50 lower; be> llet 6-10 Ib. steady; 10-20 Ib 50c-$3.00 lower, j Range Report DENVER, SATURDAY (USDA) - Colo- 48,002,000| 639,000' has been Undergoing reductions r»do feedlot'and ran** sales — weekly rein employment because Globe- .TtoS.r^"' Ci " Tt " ntr ' cl$ w " k to Union has been forced to discontinue the manufacture of Feeder cattle — 1,675 sleen contracted for mid-Sept.-Oct. delivery; choice 650-700 Ibs $29.50-30.50, few KM-825 Ib weight, $29.50. 4Vi-5-16 VICE PRESIDENT - SALES MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERVICES Major international management-consulting firm io seeking a Vice President to develop new business and manage client contacts in this area. This position offers the opportunity for independence in selling professional management consulting services to top level executives. No relocation, limited travel, and exceptional earnings potential, The ideal applicant should have a degree and a successful background of selling services or intangibles to top executives of business and industry. In addition he should possess experience in operations management (executive level) of industry. Candidates should be mature and require a minimum of $40,000 per year. Be must reside in and be conversant with the local business community. In addition to the satisfaction, derived from helping a firm increase profitability, the monetary rewards are great as there are no limits on his earnings. Your resume will be treated in strictest confidence. Our employees know of this advertisement, i Z-272 Dts MoiMt Sunday R«9isttr National Mobile Home Cities Corporation plans to operate mobile home developments to meet the growing demand for this modern, convenient and relatively economical residential concept. Industry figures show that mobile horn* living is fast becoming a popular alternative to the crowded and increasingly costly concept of traditional "fixed" housing or apartment dwelling. In addition to the income from space rentals in its developments, National Mobile Home plans to realize- income from such related activities as mobile horn* sales and service; financing of mobile home purchases; leases to retail firms in the developments; coin-operated laundry and car-wash facilities; and, franchising of mobile home developments. * . it SKETCH Artist's' concept of a typical, modern, well-planned mobile horn* development as envisioned by National Mobile Home Cities Corp. Modern sites will be chosen, located close to Interstate highways, with attractive landscaping; recreational facilities; paved streets; underground utilities, as well as commercial facilities. A typical NMHCC development would accommodate) about 500 mobile homes. Join these fellow lowans on the ground floor to build an aggressive company in this expanding new field. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS iuutH f. jabusch (lech •raker; Vic* President, ImBlre InvMtment E*r»., DM Maine, Vic* Pr*sid*nl Delmar V«n Horn Industrialist-Farmer J«7f*rton Trw-,_ W|jjh it- Director Aor., Ew*M, Sr. fn»in*«rs t lundin lllwr-S*c./Trea>., W«y*. InvMtminU, ORGANIZERS AND MEMBERS OF THE ADVISORY BOARD •dwarf earner G*rmr Direct Mill 0*1 Mein*i Duen* C. Grant Robert 0. . Purr In •Turk*y Kaltb f, Crawford President, Credit lureau Maun City ft tit M. D*lv«y fn}. Baavtr Creek «& ?n '- •VurWnSuction , •r»ia •'•rniina Hartwig i Htf. ,ank«r Spancir Melvln F. Plumpint Contractor Marshalllown Kinnalk M. Mac* Vj.ltoMnwr.nc. Joh« McChir* McCiur* |ntlnctrin« FT.' Dodg* Day* Ostram Oilram Import* DM Moln*t .« Physician 'AarrSr Mobil* Horn Dts Moinat aere* vfiiljU >ret., Tote Insurance **innln, h Deal ler ., tem/ ft Melco, Inc. Marshalltewn Inc. Get ell the interesting facts today. Call er writ* Empire Investment Corp. for • copy of the Prospectus. EMPIRE INVESTMENT CORP. 312 Indianol* Ay*. Des Molnei, low* 50315 T.I. 344-3293 B U*l* stnd « copy of th* Proiptctut Nam* Address City/Town Zip !••••••••• .i

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