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4S / DES MOINES REGISTER Sat., Aug. 30, 1975 em NATIONAL Wt»TMf* iCKYICl, H0*», U.S. OH*, of Cammtret FORF CAST 'JUKI thaw Mijfi tlmperaturM I innnd f«, Pn y iim» Saturday SOYBEAN, CORN Merrill Lynch plans PRICES DECLINE its own °dd-lot market FMOir PRICES CMtlnt Board of CHICAGO the Chicago Board of_Tr~ade ..-. Taw* Futures. trading Dec Mar May JUI open High WHEAT <S,Mfl bu) 4.14 4.16 4.29 4.32 4.43 4.45 4.47 4.47 4.27 4.27 LOW ' I r> 111. i; norm In.in. .. WEATHER DATA n?ir>AY, Art;. 2°, i<u r i •iHONAI. WFA'IHFR SERVICE 'V'vnp* Airport Station = l.i- fEMPFRAlURF.S: " '! ! 2n.m 11 71 3 n.m 11 7? 4n.m nv '1 I 5 n.m " 71 ! 6 o.m •" 7n i i n.m n 6? i fl n.m nl 69 9 o.m 10 n.m H n.m 12mirt 1 n.m 2 a.m Temperatures Hlah and low lemneratures through 7 p.m. Friday Sep Dec Mar May Jul CORN 4.00 4.17' 4.30 4.31 4.IS (5,<KH) bu} J.OB on I Prey 4.07 4.06 •1.27 4.23 4.37 4.38 4.38 4.44 4.18'3 4.26 3.10 3.10 3.1'. . 3.171/1 3.19 3.20'« 3.22 3.20VJ 3.22'/i I Leased Wire to The Register Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fen- ncr and Smith, Inc., is preparing to set up its own odd-lot market, which could make it cheaper for the small investor to buy stock in lots of fewer than 100 shares. Dow Jones News Service said the plan "could have thunderous repercussions for the secu- . OATS (1,000 bu) (L) . 59 73 : .n\ .71' .72. .71 .70 TEMPERATURE ACCUMULATION H'ohesi at 5:0n p.m f" • Lowest at 7 am 6' Normal ..' ;n t xr.C'.s Inr the day 5 ' Pxce.s^ sinff* 'irM o( month 123 E*cer.?, ilnrp first ol year 312 PRECIPITATION Frir Friday 0.68 Total Ihis month to elate 9.7.1 Normal since Jan 1 to date M 47 E*cess -incp .Ian. 1 3.53 ' MISCELLANEOUS 7 a.m. 7 B.m. > Barometer in Inches 29.94 59.77 - steadv steady Relative Humidity R4 6.1, Wind Direction W E ; Wind Velocity 5 4; weather storms clear: Sunrise todflv 6.10 a.m. Sunset 7:51 p.m ! A YEAR AGO ; High temperature In De* Moines .......75 Low temneratur? in HRS Moine-, 53 There was a trace ol preciniiation. : RECORD TEMPERATURES FOR AUG. .in Rfcnrrt Des Mcilnes high 99 In 1898 R'rnrd Des Moines low 42 In 1893 Moon i Th(i Brhed'i'i* o' the moon rUInn anri spftlnq was prm'iHerl by Pr3f Philln Rings cf the Drake University Astronomy Df>- nartf.ont. s —r-y Last quarter Au<». 29i new /'^.-' mnnn Sent. 5. ,,,'< The moon rose at 11:57 o.m. - . Friday. • The moon sets at 3:05 p.m. Planets Mercury: Too close to sun to see. Venus: tnn close to sun to see. Mars Hiqh southeast, dawn; auile Jupiter: Hiqh south, dawn; very bright. Saturn: Low east-northeast, dawn/ fairly i briaht. ! Weather Information Continuous broadcasts from the Des' Mnines office of the National Weather Service may be received on radio station i KEC-75 (FM) at 162.55 megahertz (short- wave). ; DAY'S RECORD Iowa deaths j BAXTER -- Lloyd Pyle, 57; Donnell A. i Deutsch. 70. COLUMBUS JUNCTION - Samuel Hflrr. infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore : Herr. i GRANOVIEW - William 0. Shrw. 85. KELLOGG — Gearold E. Wvatt, 52. KEOKUK — Orien Rhodes. 77; Georae Cnmpton. >t/t: Alan Brickson. 61; Mrs. ; Onal VlackT. B9; Mrs. Kenneth Van- Ansdall. »: Adrian Scwcll, 59. : KNOXVILLE -- Williarn D. McKinnov, : 87. Mark Kaii/l.T-ich. 20; l.lnvd S. Smith, i r i°, Rveretl McVev, 71; Anlhony T. Grit-I fioen, 63. I MORNING SUN - - Raynwnd R. Con- , erove. 52; William CalrtweH, 37. NEWTON - Lenny p. Alter, Infant ^nn o' Mr. and Mrs. Dean F. Alter; Mrs. Rov . G Shnckey, 73; Mrs. Anna L. Johnson, i 102. i OAKVILLE _. William R. AAalr.om. 53. OTTUMWA — lohn T Wil-,nti. 81; Alia E. Grav. 78; H. E. Duncan, /i; Bernard : A. A/\eanv, ??. PLEASANTVILLE — Ward Duncan, 73. \ Des Moines deaths ! CAAAPRFI.L - ChSlles H.. 81. nf Mar. i shcjlllown. died Friday at VPlPiam l-los- ciital COYLE - DeWitfe. 53. nf .131.9 S.E. Park Ave., died at his home Friday. Des Moines births TOMUNSON — Mr. and Mrs. Dan, .Mil S.E. Fourteenth SI., n snn, Friday at Broadlawns Polk Counlv Ho^nital. HOUSTON - Mr. and Mr- Grnrflp, 6*11'? : S W. Thirtieth St.. a daughter, Friday at Iowa Luthpran Hn-.pltal. : BOATWRIGHT Mr. and Mrs. Robin, 2510 Sixty-first St., a daughter, Friday at Mrrcv Hnsnital. i PEARSON — Mr. and Mrs. Stanley P., ol Waukee, a son, Friday at Iowa Method- i-jt Medical Center. ! BELL — Mr. and Mrs. Grant. ?M Thirty- : first St , a daughter, Friday at Iowa ' Methodist Medical Center. BROM .-. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard. 2RH Summit Vista nrive, a son. Friday al Northwest Community Hosnilal. Rescue and fire calls AM. * n - .13' S. E Park Ave.. rescue. 6-i9 — .5600 S.W. Ninth St., resell?. 7 43 — 69R Twentieth St.. re-,cup 9:05 — Mi.ilh»rry Street and Sixth Ave. nue, rescue 10:22 - 18lfl Keo5flUT.ua Way, investigation. In 52 - 1117 Twenty.slxth SI., rescue. 10,59 - Ninth and Mulberry streets, rescue. U 20 — 59 University Aye.. Investigation. 11 56- 3515 University Ave.. resrue. P.M. 1:13 — Seventh and Locust streets, rescue. 1.17 Thirtieth Street and Euclid Avenue, alarm malfunction. 1 .T - 19(10 Twenty second SI., rr.smr. ". V l?ns F Twenty tilth SI , rescue. ? p -- 1S2<I Seventh St., chair. 7 .17 Sixth and Cnlleqe avenues, rescue ?-1s F. fnni Hi and Walnut slreelv rescue 4 •"> ll'd Inhnsnn SI . rn'.njr. •1 12 ?'>:« Avenue Frederick AA. Huh- hell, autnmnhile. s 1? - E rwenty-liltli I'ourt and llniver t itv Avpniip rescue 5 V> \7T1 E Sennca Avpnue, resriie. t- J" 'i.th flurl University avenues, linnet rf.-ii * alarm. IOWA Auduhon Burlinfllnn 66 75 Cedar Ranids 68 75 Council Blulls 67 86 Davenport 70 76 Decorah 63 73 Des Moines 69 80 Duhunue 69 76 Iowa City 69 78 l.amont 65 78 MaplGlnn 65 8/ Mason Cily 68 80 OMumwa 67 74 Sioux City 68 spencer 65 Waterloo 67 UNITED STATES Albany 50 79 Altiunuernue 57 91 Amarillo 66 96 Anchorage 38 63 Ashevllle ,. 61 80 Atlanta 6B R3 Atlantic City 63 76 Austin 74 91 Baltimore 62 86 Billings 49 78 Birmingham 71 M Bismarck 63 81 Boise 52 79 Boston 63 7.1 Brownsville 74 93 Buffalo 61 73 Burlington, VI .59 68 Casper 46 86 Charleston, S.C 70 B8 Charleston, W.Va. ... 68 88 Charlotte N.C 65 86 Cheyenne 53 83 Chicago 69 80 Cincinnati 70 90 Cleveland 67 79 Columbia, S C 64 80 Columbus, Ohio 69 72 Dallas n 96 Dayton.,... > 68 16 Denver .56 S7 Detrnlt 68 80 Puluth 54 57 El Pasn 66 '7 Fairbanks 15 6H r flran M /fl r.reat Fall-, I? 75 Hartford ...W. .-B2 Helena 31 71 Honolulu Ti a* Houston 75 90 Indianapolis 70 fl' J^fksnn, Miss 71 91 Jacksonville 73 fl' Juncau 43 ft/ Kansas Cily 68 R6 I as Venas 70 9S Little Rock 70 95 Ln^, Angeles 67 R.I Louisville 73 90 Memphis /5 9.1 Miami Beach RO R6 Milwaukee 6-5 n Minneapolis 66 7.5 Nashville 70 88' New Orleans 73 86 New York 63 81 Norfolk. Va 66 84 Nnrth Platte 56 92 Oklahoma City 74 92 Omaha 67 R6 Orlando 74 91 Philadelphia 63 85 Phoenix 74 102 'Pittsburgh 64 79 Portland. Me .57 68 Portland, Ore 55 70 Providence S3 80 Raleigh 61 88 •Sanid City 5(1 84 Reno 37 84 Richmond 64 8R St. Louis 70 90 St. Petersburg 75 94 Salt Lake City 50 84 San Antonio 73 92 San Dieno 61 75 San Francisco 56 68 Sault Sainle Marie ..56 73 Seattle 55 66 Snokane 50 68 Syracuse 54 72 Tucson 72 97 Tulsa 74 93 Washington, D.C 68 87 WORLD I emneralures taken at 7 a.m time); Celsius and Fahrenheit. Berlin 55 Copenhagen 23 Geneva 23 Londnn 26 Madrid 27 Moscow 16 Paris 25 Rome 24 Saignn 27 Tokyo 26 Warsaw 24 (H) (P) 1..S4 1.56 1.59 0.18 VS. 0.18 1.07 0.32 0.68 1.74 O.S5 J.H S .36 .97 0.50 0.3J 0.00 0.00 o.oo 0.00 o.oo 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.32 0.13 0.00 0.00 o.oo 0.05 0.14 0.00 0.05 SfD Dec Mar !May Jul I SOYBtANS (3,000 bu) 'Sen 5.68 5.73 5' Nov 5.77 5.83 5.66 5.6' Jan 5.88 5.92 5.7.5 5.78 Mar S.98 6.02 5 85 5.87 I May 6.04 6.11 5.92V? 5.95 ! Jul 6.09 6.15 S.95'i 5.97'j 6.06', jAug 6.09 6.09 5.95' i 5.98 6.06 SOYBEAN OIL UO.OOO Ibs) 23.10 23.40 22.50 22.95 " " 22.95 22.60 27.35 22.20 22.0S 21.90 21.75 l.60'<i 1.63 1.64'.v 1.64'/a 1.65 1 ' 1.64 1.64'/j 1.59 Oct | Dec Jan Mar May i ul lAua 22.25 22.10 22.00 22.05 J1.85 21.75 22.10 21.75 21.70 21.75 21.65 21.60 21.SO Spp Oct [Dec Jan Mar May 'J.,1 Auo SOYBEAN, MEAL (100 tons) 22.40 21.95 21.95 21.95 ji.90 ?1.7fl 21.70 23.50 22.57 22.50 22.10 22.00 21.95 21.75 21.70 Sep Nov Jan War May Jun IC6D 143.00 145.50 140.10 143.00 142..50 146.00 147.50 142.50 144.00 144.50 149.50 151.00 145.70 147.00 148.50 151.50 152.50 148.00 ISO.," 157.00 157.50 " 158.00 158.00 158.00 162.00 . 151.50 0.00 0.43 0.00 1.04 0.00 0.29 0.00 0.00 0.00 n.'O 0.00. (I 00 0.00 o no oon o.oo o.oo n.oo o.no O.M 0.11 0.68 0.07 O.I.I o.no o.oo o.no o.oo o.nn o.no 0.53 o.oi o.on 0.60 0.00 o.uo 0.00 o.no 0.21 n.oo o.oo o.oo 1.05 0.02 0.17 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.51 0.15 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.13 0.79 o.oa O.D5 0.00 0.1)0 0.00 (Iowa (F) 77 79 72 7? 79 81 61 II 75 81 79 75 ritics industry" if implemented. Stock exchange member firms now are required to execute all transactions on the floor of the exchange. Merrill Lynch formally notified the New York Stock Exchange and the American Stock Exchange Friday of its in- ordered by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to discontinue its practice of suing debtors in courts located far from the customers' homes. The FTC, which filed a complaint against Spiegel in March, 1974, said that the firm's practice of filing its suits against debtors in Cook County (of which Chicago is a part), even though customers live all over the country, "place a virtually insurmountable burden on out- of-state defendants who might wish to defend the charges against them." "Because Spiegel's practice of suing out-of-state mail order HOG TRADE SLUGGISH LIVESTOCK MARKETS mm RECEIPTS 12 (API •- Livestock receipts I markets: __ _. i Interior I Public , M , va-So. Minn arkets (Salnbl*) .... Thursday's receipts, 54,900. •Interior Iow«-So. Minn 1 SHEEP RECEIPTS (Estimate) Wk. ABO Yr ...'8-So. Minn er- jrket (Salable) M S, 900. Mnlerlor hursdav'T re'ceTo't's 12 Public By Daryl Vinderflagt (Federal-State Market News Service) Trade was slow on the interior Iowa and southern Minnesota hog markets Friday. Prices were mainly 25 cents j lower, with instances of 50 I cents lower. Demand was un- jeven anil generally light. The mixed grade 200 to 230 pound butchers, with some to 240 pounds, sold at the country lowa-So. Minn. fention to start market 40.80 40.90 41.50 41.50 42.15 42.20 42.30 42.30 42.30 42.30 . SILVER (1,000 trOy «z) Sen 457.00 45»,00 452.00 454.00 463.00 Oct 467.00 467,50 456.00 458.00 468 50 Dec 476.50 476.50 443.50 467.50 471.00 Fen 484.SO 415.00 473.00 476.00 486 00 Jun 501.00 503.00 488.00 492 00 50300 ntr 9 i&SJ I9?'92 S <X>' 00 5M -°° 5" «• Ote 517.50 517.50 508.00 508 00 519 SO Dec 522.00 522.00 516.00 SUiOO IvtM PLYWOOD («».!» 10 (l , Sep Nov Jan Mar May Jul Sep b-BId 1 2 ?- 20 in listed odd-lot securities. The target date for the plan is Dec. of the plan Is a l2'/2-cents-per- 1.13.00 13J.OO 132.00 13?.SO 131.60 135.50 1.16.00 13,1.50 134.50 134.10 .137.90 137.90 137.00 137.00 13720 1.19.50 139.50 139.50 139.50 139.00 a-Askedi n-Nomlnal, 1. A key part elimination of share charge added on to all odd-lot transactions on the floors of the New York and American Stock exchanges. About one third of all trades on the New York Stock Exchange are oddlots, or under 100 shares in sl/,e. "Should the Merrill Lynch plan materialize it is expected ' na t s f°res of firms, moved by Farm commoclily futures closed i compelitive necessili ' s . would mostly lower on the board i»dpt similar programs, not CHICAGO, ILL. (AP) -i 1 on | trade Friday, after | lightly traded session. Demand was very active of a verv on °" ly for ocld lots but for ° r(Aler ; s ;" "7 Joneus said - M ' n11 Ly " c a11 . the opening but within minutes ? aid ; ' Werare adive y r n ing the options open to Merrill GRAIN TRADE (AP) — Grain fu- ' Wheat ;Corn Oals , Soybeans 'Soybean oil i Soybean meal ! Iced broilers Lynch to handle listed ^odd-lot orders for its customers in a more efficient and cost-effec- 4 CHICAGO, FRIDAY tures purchases: pr M53B°" 4 V 5 e o"o5,n?(j t' ve manner. Our studies are ii«,20o,ooo 89.9.55,000 rnnlinnino " 4,000,000 3,030,000 continuing. N.96o,ooo -17,370,000 Merrill Lynch, 3i %l I'm i largest securities house, han- ^J":!?:*^.^,^ the lion's share of odd-lot soybeans i trades. the nation's '322,480,000; ers 4',265 oats soybean o 28,9*1 contracts- meal 18,190 rontracts Iced hroli' ; prices ; taking contracts;-to-.ar99l';420,000 bush-f DUr '" g deba ' e ° f ^ 1975 _ •• securities law passed in June, j Big Board chairman James Rave way under profit Needham said that without cer- and a declining pattern:lain protections the exchange set in. Volume and floor activi-'and other auction markets Forecasts FOR SATURDAY, AUG. 30, 1975 LOCAL — Partly rloildy to through Sunday with slight chance nf a thundpnloi'iii thi^ afternoon. High-! Ind^iy Inw lo mid SO'j. Low in 60S.! Hiqh Sunday ill ROs. ! IOWA — IVIoUly sunny we<,t, showers i ending in (M--.t today. High5 in /Oi i n n r t h e a s I, ROi eKewhere. Pair tnmght, lows in 50s nnrthea'.t, feOs ; elsewhere. Partly cloudy Sunday, highs mnstly in 80s. ' IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST -- Mori ! riay through Wednesday: Chance of ( thiipdcrstorins Monday and 1 tiesday. ; Highs in mid 7(1s to mid 80s. Lows in i upppr 5>0s and bOs. ty then thinned out in a typical pro-holiday atmosphere. The early buying was influenced by an Agriculture Department statement. The de- j partment said another study in- jdicaled Russia's small grain production might again be 'trimmed. The trade thus ex- j peeled Russia could, buy more I grain from (he United Slates. j At (he close, corn was down 5 lo 7 cents a bushel. Soybeans i dropped fi'/ 2 lo !)'••, cents. Wheat dear'\vas -1 cents higher lo 74 cents lower cents. and oats fell 2!<2 to HES MOINES GRAIN - l "'irfif are in different subject to wide variations, of the state , m, handling and stor- Iowa wheat — $3.521,.. in 0 n vb i^ fln m u eal - js./'n inn ' iu Sac , k Durfl hran , Linseed — $11.50. CENTRAL IOWA MARKETS bids on corn, oafs sov- 1 " Des Molnes 'how the County elevatni beans in area nf following Friday Saf sn r »V.°?j.?..rf" lew $J - 7 "- 3 ' 8(l soybeans -.. No. 2 yellow $5.30.5.37. i;et nfiws ofdcf Pncp nor bmhpl: 1 Region ! Northwest 1 North-Central Nnrlhwt Southwest South-Central Southeast ILLINOIS — Mostly cloudy with chance of showers north todav, chance of thunderstorms central and south. Hishs from 70s north to near 90 south. Partly cloudy tonight, lows in 60s. Partly sunny Sun- M^NE^TA 78 - %^rcloudy" MS 1 ;' '°WA REGIONAL MARKETS through Sunday with isolated thundershowers in west. Hiflhs today and Sun rlav in upper 60s to low 70s northeast upper /Os and low 80s west and south. low, tonight mid-5(ls north, 60s south. MISSOURI Chance ot thunderstorms loday. Ending from west during day hul continuing in southeast tonight. Considerable sunshine Sunday. Lows tonight miri-60s lo low 70s. Highs today and Sunday mid-80s to low 90s. NEBRASKA - Mostly sunny today and Sunday. Hiqhs todav and Sunday mid 80s to low 90s. Lows tonight mostly m No. 3 Yellow Corn V. 70-2.80 2.75-J.S3 2.78-2.9^ 2.65-2.78 2 70 m 2.80 J.95 nes Friday. No. 1 Yellow Soybeans $5.10-5.20 5.14-5.40 5.H..5.40 4.90-5.33 5.10-5.34 5.30-5.39 SOUTH DAKOTA — Parlly rloudy todav ,inrt Sunday. Highs holh d.iy, in no--, In low 9n-v. Lows toninht in unnPi" -<0 e . not Ih- wesl, low 60 soulheasl. WISCONSIN Cloudy with chanre nl shnwrrs Indav. Hiqtis in 70s. Partly cloudy norlh Irmiqht, thnnce of shnwers soiilh 1 nws m 50s. Partly cloudy Sunday, hlgn in /Os. OMAHA GRAIN OMAHA, FRIDAY (AP) Grain Fxrhanqe renorleri no , ' m.h, '""'" The fs unchangen Plutonium recovery plant nearly ready to reopen Corn nominally 5r nlf t? op/, ; Ortls nominally ? c n || -5, 45.1%,, Sovbeam nominally 7r nfi S5M7 v?7 i E^h^nge^w^l'r^b'e ur ] rhfl i lrlPtl ™- ln ! CHICAGO CASH L/nt''£?.£?.' ."'DAY. (AP would disappear in the evolving central securities market. A Merrill Lynch source, discussing the firm's notification to the exchanges, told Dow .Jones "we intend to do this. They (the exchanges) will have to tell us if we can't." Merrill Lynch would need special permission under the Big Board's Rule 394. which requires members to first bring trades to the exchange. Big Board Chairman James J. Needham indicated that the exchange board might not be able to review Merrill Lynch's plan I his month. Another source indicated that the chance of Merrill Lynch meeting its timetable is "slim." W.T. Grant loss W. T. Grant, struggling with heavy losses for the past two years, had deficits of $57.5 million in the second quarter and $111.n million in the first half ended July 31. The company said the quarter's losses were equivalent to $4.11 a share, compared with a loss of $10.fi million, or 7fi cents a share, in the second quarter of 1974. Quarterly sales also declined, to $373.1 'million from $438.2 million last year. . The company said sales were pared by the sharp drop in credit offered to its customers and by the closing of 65 unprofitable stores. customers in Illinois is contrary to clearly established public j TREND Of STAPLE PRICES NEW YO R K (AP) -- The Associated .... , . i Press weighted wholesale price index of no icy favoring a meaningful his commodity declined to 358.79 ' ' - . ° .. "I Prev ous Day 360.54, Week Ago Month Ago 347.9' •- ----- opportunity for all citi/.ens to defend suits brought 958.31 against i High them, and because this conduct is oppressive and injurious to consumers in denying them valuable rights which our society holds dear, we conclude that Spiegel has engaged in an unfair practice," the commission ruled. Tlie large mail order firm had been found guilty of unfair practices by an administrative law judge but appealed that finding to the FTC. In its order Friday, the FTC also ordered Spiegel to end any suit it might file against a customer and "vacate any default judgment entered under it." However, the FTC said, Spie gel can file another suit against such a debtor in the customer's home county if the defendant is given a clear explanation of such an action. In the future, the FC ruled, Spiegel can only file suits against customers in the county in which they live or in which they signed any purchase contract with the firm. When the original complaint was filed against the firm last year, the FTC said it was the beginning of a national program to end similar practices engaged in by other mail order firms. ITT-Hartford Federal Judge 361.1] 3811.21 33S.«4 331.97 (1926 average equals 351.71 231.53 100) . '4.22 points for $57.25 to $57.75, with a few for $58. The same grade and weight at the packing plants brought $57.50 to '$58, with a few up to $58.50. Trade .'was slow on the Iowa cattle market Friday. Demand LIVESTOCK SLAUGHTER WASHINGTON, PSIDAY (USDA) - Estimated daily livestock slaughter under federal Inspection: Charles J. l ca"otVe n r ne Tp| il ° wer; - Wheat Jnrnangpd lo hiqher; unchanged to hiqher: basis unchanged; no BOl'LDKR, fOI.O. (API - A plutonium recovery plant that was shut dnwn at the Rocky Flats complex in July after workers had been exposed lo radiation is expected to be operational no later than Sept. In. officinh said Friday. Officials of Rockwell Inter national Corp., which operates t h e nuclear weapons plant southeast of Roulder, held a hi'iehns Friday lo outline precautions taken since the accidents. Recovery Plan As a result of HIP acnderitr., the building -- a chemical re- prorcs;;in£ and recoveiy plant for pluronium •- was shut, down \\hile a review wa^ conducted on all phases of operation in HT= buildup, Rockwell otlinaU said. Based nn recommendation?; of teams cheeking into various aspect- of the building's oper- took corrective ac- Ihe cor •'ffpcied various building i hack in operation," man said. "As it stands today per cent of the lines about 5(1 are ope r- N °' 2 Ve " ow SX08n Brieant, jr., has approved settlement of consolidated suits in which stockholders of the International Telephone and Telegraph Co. (ITT) and its sub- sidary. Hartford Accident and Indemnity Co., claimed damages for the alleged misuse of nside information, it was learned Friday. Three suits were joined in the final litigation of the dispute. One of them, a class action, was applicable to all those who had bought ITT common stock and convertible preferred stock between June 17 and July 30, 1971 and did not sell the stock until after Aug. 1. The plaintiffs charged that during the period May 10 through July 30, 1971, ITT officers and directors failed to make public disclosure of information concerning negotiations before an agreement in principle to settle an antitrust suit was announced July 31, 1971. In the other two suits, it was charged that certain officers. present and past directors of ITT and Hartford, violated federal securities law "when possessed of inside information as to settlement negotiations concerning the anti-trust litigation had either sold ITT stock" or agreed to such sale before public announcement to settle the suit was made. Under the settlement ment, ITT is lo provide fund of $3.2 million to ministered under the Friday Week aqn Year ago Wk. to Dale Corr. Period Last wk. Last yr. 230,000 202,000 291,000 1,149,000 1,054,000 1,473,000 Cattle 143,000 142,000 705,000 699 000 637,000 Sh!l 31, 149,000 147,000 W.OOO ranged moderate to light. Slaughter steers and heifers sold steady. Prices and receipts are listed in tables in this section. DIVIDENDS DIVIDENDS DECLARED . _ Pe ..Stk. of Pay Am Genl BondFd' .." .17" *"f *-30 OMITTED x-lncorrectly printed as Time Ine Pre- Am Natl Flnc| NC * E * SB .n f.]» »-30 Duckwall stores .. .05 Mclntosh Core .. .09 Slater WalkCar Affll Hosplt Prds Alabama Bancorp Allen Group Cornelius Co Dexter Corp Fst Conn sm! iallBus Havatampa Corp Heights Finance Higbee Co Hudson's Bay Co Jones, RB <aiser Steel Maremont Corp Mrs Smith's Pie Multi-Amp Corp Natl central Fncl New Jersey Natl Nordstrom Inc _ Nwst OhloBncshn 0 .45 Ohio Brass 0 .35 Scotty's Inc A .10 Steak&Ale Resteur Q .05 Sun Chemical Q .10 Van SchaacklCo 0 .07 Wilson Freight 0 .01 A spokesman said the cut-1 vision of the court. agree- a cash be ad- super- SUGAR NF.W YORK, (FRIDAY) (AP) - Domestic suaar futures on the New York Coffee and Sugar Exchange; previous close In parentheses; prices in cents per Ib. Suaar no. 12: no trades. Raw sugar spot 19.10. Sugar no. 11: Seo 17.30 <U.7«); Oet 17.00 (16.30); Mar 1«.20 (1535); May 16.00 msn): July nl5.75 (hii.10); Sep n15.60 (nlS.04); .Oct 15.40 (14.95). Sales: 3,316. n-nominal. COFFEE NEW YORK (FRIDAY) (AP) — Coffee futures mostly lower; lower orice sales of Colombian green coffee In the cash market prompted selling ot futures, brokers said; except for Colombian business, the cash market was quiet; previous close In parentheses; prices In cents per lb.; Sep n84.00 (83.25): Dec D3.M (15.25); Mar. 83.60(84.50); May 13.49 (85.20); July 84.00 (85.70). Sales: 315. Parana spot n-93Va, n-nomlnal. SILVER NEW YORK (FRIDAY) (AP) - Silver futures on the New York Commodity Exchange; previous close in parentheses; prices In cents per oz.; Sept. 455.80 (464.00); Dec. 467,50 (476.80); Jan. 471.50 (481.10); Mar. 479.90 (490.00); May 487.90 (498.10); July 495JO (506.20); Sept. 503.60 (514.20); Dec, Sli.SO (526.30); Jan. 519.50 (530.30). Sales: estimated 16,944. COPPER NEW YORK, (PRIOAY) (AP) — Copper futures on the New York Commodity Exchange; previous close in parentheses; prices in cents per Ib; Sep 58.30 (60.00): Dec 60.00 (62.00); Jan 60.60 (62.60); Mar 61.80 (63.80); May 63.00 (65.00); July 64.00 ic "Hi <eot 65.00 (67.00). Sales: estimated 3,455. POTATO FUTURES NEW YORK, (FRIDAY) (AP) - Potato futures on the New York Mercantile Exchange; previous close in parentheses; (Maine) Nov 8.39 (8.50); Mar 12.67 (12.17); Apr 14.06 (13.56); May 15.78 (15.28). Sales: 1,766. Saturday (Estimate) Week. HOG QUOTATIONS Int. la. So. Minn. —Terminal Markets— Sleux Cltv Omaha ffcS&JJ •SMS •»» S7.25-58.00 57.25-58.00 56.25-57.75 56.00-57.50 54.50-56.75 .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' 57.25-58!25 57.25-58.25 5M •5».2 •59.2! S-M.6H e. st, LOUU not available 51.50-59.50 59. 25-S7.50 15-59.50 M.OO-57.7S 58.J5.59.00 .18.50-59.25 400-550 Ibs Recelots of npfls co''^r _..— .— _, »_ , rlor tree and Southern Minnesota end direct ourehases by 8 major ihlpclni organ!tatlont. "Prices on sHeep *nd lambs In the areomoan' Southern Minnesota markets are Miea on the si. _. _ .., area and sold at two plants In Iowa and one In southern Minnesota order buyers. direct purchases by 23" packing plant's" within the Inta___ .. ... ^ 9U f^,j atl ihiements omeanylnfl resort en Inferior Iowa and the sale ot animaj; orjginatinti In the and some WEEKLY LIVESTOCK MARKETS IOWA CATTLE WEEKLY MOINES, SATURDAY, 'A. SO. IEW - D halfers f MINN Direct sales"si»u9h'- .for.wajtk.astimated ter steers and halfers for wetK astir at 35,000 ltd, compared with 32,700 a week ago and 41,200 a .year ago; trading during weak ren«ed A sfow to moderate; b«s> movement notea late; seller Interest during week good, dally advancing wholesale beef trade stimulated good interest; " mand moderate to good";" h. welghinq. 1,050-1, . de good to Ibs com- parised bulk of week's supply; heifers accounting for around 40% of run; cattle bought on dressed basis near 50% of run. LIVi SALES - compered to Jast Frl- d .»yl j . ?'ose: slaughter steers and heifers Jl.OO-' Slaugh' 050-1,200 548.00-50. ht«r steers: high-good to choice !,• • Ibs J47.00-50.oo; bulk of late sales 00; couple loads 150.50. .Slaughter hefiers: hiah good to choice «50-1,025 Ibs $44.50-47.00; late sales mostly Most cattle delivered to packing plants with weighing conditions equivalent to 3% shrink at, feedlots. -compared to last 's close: steers 13.00 hlnher; heifers 1 mostly cnoic « late sales 177.00-79.00; .00-8.00; few SOO-600 Ibs 8ndoo.a y^ear ago Futrv -fyv anu tw a rear nyvj iu ted sales last week to provide » accura repor rate comparison this week; general conditions stronger late week; all calt prices are delivered to Iowa terms with most sold on original shipping point os eig ights. Heifers: choice 550-650 Ibs 130.50-33.00. IOWA AUCTION WEEKLY DES MOINES, SATURDAY, 7A T n..rA«« io ." .,.•»_ <L«»> Pl Clear (FED- and choice PRODUCE MARKET IOWA PRODUCE Following Is Friday's report on Iowa ? 9 2 c 8 .. D .9 u "i rv . markets as reported by Fed-State Market News: EGOS — Prices unchanned; demand "a?", 'or nearby deliveries; slightly IrTepu. lar tor shipments to arrive In consuming centers early next week; supplies abo' • " balance on mediums and larger s._. smalls heavy; farm receipts holding un. lanaed.' Cents, per dozen at farms, cases consuming balance on'-' mediu'ms'"and"'Targer sizes" SmallS h*AVVf farm rtrmlnte knlril.. • changed Cents changed, Duality and volume Incentive; Grao> A large 47-50c, mostly 4»-SOc; A medium 36-41 c, mostly 39.41c; other farm eggs A large or better 30-41c, mostly 34? 6c: * medium 25-31C, mostly 29-30c; B '•rae-lMK. jpostly JMZc., . LIVE HENS. -— -»i-w - i,i«.^a ifiu^nr uncnfinpfidj demand good for moderate to light offerings; supplies generally adequate for needs; under the steady to fully steady following announced plan to buy canned, ooned fowl. ii c ? nt i p f, r lb *' farm — commercial flocks 5V 3 -6^c, mostly «-6'/ic. CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO, FRIDAY (FED-STATE) — Prices to retailers; sales to - b - u X? r .V extr arades, white , delivered warehouse: A^ ;-66'/3c; A, large, 63-65C; * B'UffER — AA and A, I3%c; B PRODUCE FUTURES L.V. 45.30 45.35 44,75 45.00 45 Feb Apr un J April 498; 43.90 44.20 45i40 5.40 44.15 44.45 45.45 45.40 _. 43.50 43.90 44.80 44.60 43.85 44.45 4?.]? 44.20 44.25 45.30 45.15 «45.10 -. Aug 21. r: Aug 0; Oc II; April 2011 12092; r June 17 EEDER CATTLE (4!,MO Ibs) 34.25 34.70 34.05 34.50 834 30 33.M 34.50 33.27 a34 29 b3J «0 33.50 34.30 33.15 34.30 b33.95 5.25 34.75 35.00 a35.2S — n35.75 a35.75 Nov 63; March lo no 'UP HIK! a-; rapidly H<-• art ion rnuld hf 5iarl"?d hrmi'in? nn.al lines in Ine alional. (tip olhers arc up rapidly and we expect have (HIP huildinfii fully alinnal lalp next week, or lalpr Ihan Sppl. 1ft," he said. (jloves Checked Two mon wore exposed to radiation "above (he acceptable level 1 ' in separate incidents because of punctures in their protective gloves, officials said. Rul tesls have shown no evidence Ihai the exposures had u measurable effect on the men's health. The spokesman said a check protective gloves found l.i per cent were polcn- deledive, bul all the gloves have been replaced. The two workers, whose names were not released, inhaled a small amount of plutonium and i e c e i v e rl plulnnium n.m- lammaiion ol the skin. The incidents happened a month alter Rockwell Internal tonal took over operation ol the plan) Irom Dou Chemical ''nip. Rockwell operate", the plant on a contract f rom ^ ie federal government. «2.94n Oat's Nn. 2 white $1 3914,, Nn V J^'o'ii^ 0 ' ' Vel S »5'«'jn. i , . . . , per°'M.orTn"ibox" rn Thursdav ' » 3 '">n (hop-! were due in part to large price backs in consumer credit extended by Grant "practically knocks out our major appliance sales." He said the retailer, is working toward eliminating all "hard goods" lines in the future, aiming instead of selling only "soft" merchandise like home furnishings, apparel and everyday consumer items. Grant said the large losses Choicp while able fancy tail cial (allow I4>; 17i 4 .i, ?r lb • 17VI8C, "B" w'h KANSAS CITY o.^fSAS CITY, FRIDAY (AP) 1 S3.8^'..4.00n; Wheat . -••••'-• ii... * nni u I $ V'k ; N °- 2 red Nn. 2 Milo S4.70-5.25n. No. 2 Rye S2.22-2.44n. No. 2 Rarlcv 52. 07-2.17(1 No. 1 Soybeans 55.31 -5.60n. i^rl;ed bran S9.) 50 93 Ts l shorts S9.'l 50-94 95 (4761 Sale's: Jul markdowns being offered on slow-moving merchandise. j The losses in the first half were equivalent to $7.97 a 2 h *' ri share, and compared with year ago losses of $22.8 million, or $1.65 a share. First-half sales fell to $693 million from $806.8 ; million a year ago. | The Grant spokesman said | that earlier this month the 27 ; banks that have loaned the retailer 640 million in short- and MSI- long-term credit had agreed to HIDES NEW Y.ORK, (FRIDAY) light native cowhides n-25. n-nomin«l. (AP) — Spot Apologizes for buzzing pueblo SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) - A Navy Reserve jet fighter pilot with 3,269 flying hours in Navy Sen Oct Nov Dec I Jan ! Feb I Mar Sales: No. No. Nn. Hartford is to pay ITT $50,0(10. A sum of $.150,000 is to be paid ITT in behalf of 26 officers and directors of ITT who were individual defendants in the suit. That sum is to be paid KV an insurance company for ITT. The defendants were advised they have meritorious defenses. If they had won on trial, under aircraft Friday apologized to the bylaws of ITT they would Acoma Indian Pueblo Gov. have been entitled to jn- Merle Garcia for buzzing the damnification from ITT. pueblo during a religious cere- The expense of further court mony. Gov. Jerry Apodaca said; 1 action would have exceeded the; he has received a letter of apol-, METALS $350.000 settlement. For that i ogy to the people of New Mex- reason. the companies were ad- ico from Cmdr. J.T. Beene, who vised to settle. Only seven of said the unnamed pilot had per- Ihese defendants were alleged sonally visited the Acoma gov- to have sold ITT securities be- ernor. tween June 17 and July 30. Sep Oct Nov Mar 35'.00 35.2J May Sales: Sep 121 Oct 93; 10: May 0. .OPen Interest: Aug 0; Sen 80; Oct 933; Nov 329: March 111; May 12. „ LIVE HOGS (30,1X0 lbi) Ocf 55.20 55.72 54.75 55.60 55 60 Dee 54.50 55.00 54.12 5500 S4.80 Feb 53,90 54.05 53.25 ' " Apr 50.45 50.75 50.10 Jun 50.SO 51.10 50:30 Jul 50.80 51.00 50.20 50.90 bSO.90 Au <?i n «•»,«•« «.20 48.75 4(1.50 Sales: Oct 2051; Dec 2443; Feh 980; APnl ?02; June 117; July 79; Aug 6. Onen interest: AUB 0; Oct 4861 7753; Feb 5012; April 1477; Jui July 575; Aug 67. IDAHO POTATOES (80,0*0 lb NOV — May 14.15 14.15 Sales: Nov 0; May 5. slaughter it*«r» SJe-Sl.JO hlflheri *»od KM-t.Ot Higher; shuohfir he fen ffM- 3.00 higher, extremes $4.00 hlaher; full advene* on food; slaughter cows study bs S46.50.50.75. lbi S44.W-49.00. !'•"*?• VWvjrlv, 3.00 higher, extremes H advene* on good; ifi to stronnj demand gee Steeri: choice 90£M1! Heifers: ehojc* ns-1,11 Auction at Dunlap, W Lamonl, earner, Story cattle steady to" S3.00 higher, mostly st'ooV 3.00 hichnr; sla"-hter cows steady to $1.00 higher; demand good. Steers: 14 hd choice and prime 770 Ibs 143.10; choice 210-500 Ibs 127.00-34.25; few M5.50-M.50; 500.600 Ibs S27.00-39.10; 600.800 37.25; few S37.25.41.25; 800-900 with fleshy 700.840 fbs S31.10-34.50r' Auction at Knoxvllle, Stuart, Wlnterset, Waverlv, D"i'sp, Kalona, Gowrle, story City_and Carroll,_week ending Friday. ,. hW ? *- d - ir w » higher; aty^dCarroll^eeKiendlr J1.00-5.00 per_hd. Jijgher,. tf: 'eyhead-baslsr¥s ; i-3 e 5s. l 20 tl lb q s' > $fe.50- much as dy idv i? r oo f r. extremes' as slaughter boars steady To $UO hrgher;. slaughter sow* -5,00-per-hd hlsherr extremas-as-much-as steady t S7.00 hiqher; slaughter boars $1.00 hlaher; slauahter sows steady ... SI.00 lower; demand good. Per head bsls: US 1-3 15-20 Ibs $20.50- S59i50-60!oi>; 40-50"Ibs lM.Op-55.5o; US 1-2 J57.M-63.5C: 5040 Ibs S4TZ5-5*.00; few down to $42.00; US 1-2 MO.25-65.50; 60-70 Ibs $54.00-61.50; few down to S4I.25; US 1-2 fs-rtt?'^ 1 ?-* 9 ^ 1 *'" 120-135 Ibs $7< Ibs S67.00-72.00; 120-170 Ibs J50.00-62.00. Auction at Winter«et, ~ - Gowrl*. week et " ~ SHEEP AND 110 IbS. tM.00-75.00; Per"hundVe(i"weToht basis: US 1-3 «0-10J .. -50Q M 2.00. Waverly, and ',470; slaughter —...... -,,.i" mvumr: jiBiianTdtl* MAIf * feeder Ian Slaughti. J3I.00.41.50. OMAHA WEEKLY OMAHA, SATURDAY, (USDA) HOGS for the week: barrows and gilts closed lambs $1.00 lower; slaughter ewes steady; •eeder lambs steady to $2.00 ' Slaughter ' ' nbs steady I lambs: lower. choice 12-110 Ibs fully SOc lower; sows generally $1.00-1.50 higher, $J Friday's prices: US 1-3 190-2«« Ibs . CATTLE' — slaughter steers si.00-2.00 higher; many choice 1,150-1.300 Ibs $1.502.00 up; heifers 50c-$1.00 higher; some . ;- -, r; lew high utllTty and commercial cows V, el . d / ll l 0 , w !4 tl ' °* h « r » S1.M-2.00 lower; bulls $1.00-2.00 highar. Steers: closfng at week's hloh time 2 loads high choice and prime 1,249-1,305 Ibs -1,275 lit, yll consignments »'" | v vld oads high choice and prime 1, l« gr 3-4 $52.50; choice 1,100-1 « ?V <e i $ iS- 50- i5°i so '.* e f eril co « e i gr 3 Jrt e £f s: . s J,?? d , l ?,-, 8 !L d Ba . rt lo «" chol(: * and prime 950-1,107 bi yd gr 3-4 $470047.50; choice B50-l,025lbs vld gr 2-5 $44.'58. 46.50; choice 750-850 Ibs yld gr 2-3 $43.00, _ — slaughter lambs closed fully lowe l Ji?» n la i* week «» dressed spring " on the east coast lost $1.00; slaugh- 55 steady to SOc higher. " .'.IfHB^t lambs- choice and prn no I and 2 pelts SIOUX CITY WEEKLY 'Vor Friday's . $59.00-S».SO. ._.CATTLE — slaughter steers $200-3"fl' higher; heifers $2.50-3.00 higher; cows and bulls steady; feeder cattle $2.0fj-4.00 hiah- er; full advance nn rhnir. «nH nriii-,. offerings. Slauahter steers: •ime vld or 3-4, ' 1,100 Ih choice on choice and _2_.loads, cholc prime with '•.&%.. ,50. heifer: choice yld gr. 2-4 850- o J46 00-47.50; choice 750-150 Ib SHEEP '-4 slaushter lambs closing prices steady to SOc lower; slaughter ewes steady; few feeder lambs steady; demand shorn weights, preference for Slaughter lambs: mid-week and weeks highest evel prices on choice and prime 105-125 Ib woolcd and shorn $41.50-42.00; same grades 95-105 Ib S41.00-4UOiThurv day few lots choice and prim* 105-120 Ib with some no 2 shorn pelts $41.50; choice 90-100 Ib wooled closing $39.50-40.50. PEORIA WEEKLY PEORIA, SATURDAY, fUSDA)-HOOS ~. 'or the week: Barrows and gilts closed s eady to SOc lovyer; sows under 350 Ibs steady to $1.00 lower; over 350 Ibs . V $59.50 AT ?59 V 75. 20M59 .. ulc ATTLi: — ilaushter steers $1.50-4.50 hloher; most advance on choice and prime; slaughter heifers $1.00-2.00 higher; rnuic * \*m tf. it*, iii^i.... u..n. .i-:rj.. w ' bulls steldv: and prime 33. UU 34.BU 53.85 54.00 50.75 50,70 SI! 10 .50.90 cows firm to 75c higher; bu Slaughter steflrs: choice 260-1,340 Ibs yld week 3 loa 100 Ibs vld Ibs $49.50-52.00. l^toS'f'W^rfffl.K 1 ^ ^•'ifi.^poi^"."™-"''*:.. ter steers: choice and prime 1,^.^^^^•Mft ^52?0 " " 7 ' 50 ' 5 '' 00; I-IM-MM une 0 Ibs) n8.10 Dec 1151; b8.15 onica. iiuv u, rv\av 3. Open interest: Nov 2; May 141. .. ... ^ doj( SHELL EGOS (1 54.15 55.50 59.25 62.25 60.30 56.00 56.00 SS'.OO 59.85 62.U sU 56.00 53.95 54.80 59.00 61.95 59.50 55.25 56.00 55.15 55.25 59.00 61.95 S9.S5 55.25 56.00 53.70 54.85 10.60 61.75 59.50, 56.00 . Sep"iTl; 'Off 72;"Nov'"75; "ec 510; Jan 22; Feb 5; March 4. Open interest: Aug 0; Sep 937; Oct 3SO; Nov 522; Dec 1403; Jan 345; Feb 44; March 11. Feb Mar PORK BELLIES (3«,tM Iks) 85.50 87.75 85,05 " 87.75 84.70 86.50 14.05 86.50 May 83.70 85.15 83.00 iS.Ii Jul 83.25 M.75 82.52 84.75 AU9 81.30 82.97 80.75 82.97 81.65 Sales: Feb 4053; March 4060; May 4040; July 294; Aug 26. Open i nterest: Feb 6546; March 2025; 86.32 85.25 84.37 J?.?5 May 2550; July 1477; Auq"l06. b—Bid; i—Asked; n—N' ' WHOLESALE MEAT $79 00600-800 DES MOINE5, FRIDAY, (FED-STATE) — Midwest carlot meat trade; Beef trade slow; demand moderate to poor; choice steer beef steady to SOc" nstances $1.00 lower; 0ood steady to SOc lower; choice heifer beef $1.00 Tower; »ood steady; cow beef steady to SOc lower. Fresh porK ci/t trade very slow; skinned hams 50c-$1.50 lower; bellies and loins $3.00 Iwer than Wednesday. Steer beef ~ choice MO-700 lbi 79.50; 700-900 Ibs 180 A-»a50; good Ibs $71.50-72.00; heifer beef - choice TOO i Ins $77.00-78.25; good 500-700 Ibs $70 0071.00; cow beef - utility (brkng) northern $44.00; utility (boning) $44.00; cinn.r and Fresh pork cuts - loins 14-17 Ibs $107.75 skinned hams 14-17 Ibs $90.50; 17- (USDA) - Carlat limited; CHICAGO, FRIDAY meat trade: Betf trada very slow; demand ominal. chmce steer betf 75c higher than Wednet- day; choice heifer beat unevenly SOc-Sl.OO i lower; good steer beef steady; good heifer beef SOc lower; cow beef steady. Fresh ---k trade very slow; demand I oo_qr; loins 14-17 Ibs in limited trade $2.25- 50E- NEW YORK (FRIDAY) (AP) — Spot nonterrous melfll prices: copper 63''«-65c " " " d 20c Ib; zinc (3.26V? Ib, New New York; snver vi.vo Per troy 02, New York; quick silver (140.00 nominal per flask, Ntw Pittsburoh scrap sleel No. nuoted by Iron Age $72.00-73.00. 2.75 lower than 'Wednesday;" hams" Jl.no lower; other cuts untested <^!,% r beef-choice 400-900 Ibs $79.50; good 600-ago Ibs $73.25; bng type soo-ioo lb» <-66.75; heiler beel-choica .500-700 Ibs $71.0079.00; flood 500-700 Ibs $71.25-72.2.5; cow beef-utility (tarkng) $4S.OO; utility (boning) $45.00 Conner and cutter (northern) $44.00. Fresh pork cuts-loins U-17 Ibs $10625106.75; picnics no safes; soareribs 3 Ibs'dn S117.75; skinned hams U-17 Ibs (91751 htavyl92.25; 17-20 Ibs $91.25.92.00; 26 ifi UB nf the about tially MINNKAPOI.FS down U 1^ If PI PA VI I A I"P^ down 7 to qc nnrihern 11 I/ nrnlpin I In I OB : 12 $4.25 , n •01. »'vr ' Moiilrin* winter <,! «B 4 81 Nn I harrl tinier M 77 ^ en I i ir-t flmher dii'iirr V* m (, Sn Hn arnher 5c durum lOr Wo ? vellnv W 97'. 2 98 ( . No 1 extra heavy v.'hilp si n .- rtrr. 1/7 voar aon'm.- Lfl'k»r On; Blue Mailing. $101400- Rea> 01-4.00; fped $? -iO.100 Wo I and J S? 90 1 10 No 1 S/.50 eans No. 1 \clli.v i 1 . tr da r '0 hr^n unchaogpo './son ' ^ 1971. Purchasers of common stock! between June 17 and July ,10, 1971, who did not sell during permit $.'iflO million of that that period are entitled to $2 a amount to be paid first to cover share from the settlement fund. money owed to manufacturers. Those who bought convertible He added that the loan agree- preferred stock are to receive a ment had heerv extended sum equal lo $2 multiplied by an amount on a converter table, varying from a high of fi.88 to a low of 1.67, depending on the series of the stock. through July. I97fi, and provisions regarding Grant's net. worth and working capital had been waived by the banks Those steps, the spokesman said, "has helped us enormous ly in gaining vender confidence in us. Without that, we're down the tube.' 1 TO U.S. TREASURY <ash position of the 1975 in dollars: Treasury on Aug. 37, . WHEAT FUTURES f '""if. nrpiMpii-. r\- p Sen 4 (.( I.I 51 i- D=c -'1 i 4 «,oi IIC-MM r-iJTUHESi Dec 636 (6.35?. 17- ( Spiegel order Spiegel. Inc.. a Chicago. catalog mail order firm, ,. HI 8 -eratmg balance— SI. 610, 000, 000 cpositj fiscal year July i— sun in* ono.ooo Withdrawal! fiscal year July I -SIM '85.000.000 ' Total debt— SW4 5J*.ooo ion Oebt not subiect lo itstutnry llmil •^633.000.000 Gold assets— si I. fi» 000 COO ? ofr ' l f£J! balance on Aui. 27, 1*74 — Ay kello. SOMEONE U/ho WANTS buy youR clock happy of buyefS introduce you to some very nice people. . . people you'll be meet, because they're interested in buying the things you need. Register and Tribune Want Ads introduce hundreds sellers every day. A two-line ad lor two days costs longer $2 or $3. 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