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BULLUUii Complete New York Stock Exchange list NEW YORK (AP) York stock Exchange prices: New Friday's complete Sales Net lh«l.) Hlfn LAW ClOtt CM. Abacus .«t AbbfUb 1.TQ ACF ind J.40 AcmeCieve i Acme Mkt Jt> AdmEx I.Me Ad Mlllis .20 Address 1.40 Admiral AetnaLif 1.40 A«tnal_if pf 2 Agulrre Co Aileen Inc Air Prod .Job Air Pd Bf4.75 Air Red .«0e AJ Industries Ma Gas 1.10 Alaska inters AlbertoC .28 Albertsns .36 AlcanAlu 1.20 AlcoStand .24 Alexndrs .30r AI leg Cp .10e AltegLud 2.40 Allea Pw 1.42 AllledCh 1.20 AllldMnt .40b AlldMIII .75b Allied Pd .6f AllledStr 1.40 AllldSup .)5p Alls Chalm AlphaPC .30e Alcoa 1.80 AmalSug 1.60 AMBAC .50 Amer Es 1.20 AmEs pfJ.«o Am H«ss .15r A 5 10% 34 59% 45 37% 1 13'/4 15 41 16 21 34 ... M 40V. AmeH pf3.50 AAlrfilfr .80 Am Alrlln .80 Hun Ltw cioi* c > HIM Ltw cm* »a«.) 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Sales, NatCashR 118,500 30%+ Va AmT & T Xerox Cp Std Oil NJ Gen Motors Boise Case Cont Corp Uniroyal East Air L IvcloPS 1,90 CyprusM 1.60 closing price and net change of the 15 most active stocks traded on the NY Stock Exchange. 254,900 148,900 148,000 124,700 l"±J 12% 26 13'/4 14% 43 7 /i 35% 18% 16V* 37 7 /* JanRlvr .25P >ana CP 1.25 62'i-f 68 +1 10 3 /4+ im- v* 80,900 71,100 62,700 59,600 59,200 55,500 ov. 57Vi +'/4 s + « Pan Am Mead Corp Fuqua Ind Gulf Oil Kennecott u% I5g5 9 145 15 22 43 5 12 14% 55 26 37 21% 4 B'/j T 23 17'/4 10 30 15 3 /4+ 16 +1 119,700 29 -I'/i Hlfh Lew CtoM Ch. 0 antPC .40e [bran Pin >iddlew .20p Gillette 1.401 mbel Br 1 not Inc ilen Alden ilenAM p/3 r enAI PI2.2S obal aft Brd .60 alcottN 1.10 'alley Ind 'alley pfBI 'ampa El .80 'andy Corp 171/4 — % 13V* + 1/4 8V4 —1/4 11W 22V* — Vt 3»Vt — Vt 13'/t — V* 3'/* 34Vi _ 1/4 23% + % 13'/i — 'A 64 60'/a — 10% + Vj 21% — % 18Vj 70V4 + 1/4 29'/* 31 33V4 13Va — Vt 24V4 — 62% + Vi 431/3 — Vj IS — V* 57 + l/4 5% + 13% — Vt 19t/i 21V* + 32 — '/I 6% + Vi ISVs + % 19VJ — 56% 49V* W — .an — "••nPvrt. :a(y Ind auf Brd .20 (awecB ,20b acGEI 1.50 aclnExp .80 acLtg l eehMat .I3t fechnicon Cp ektronlx 'eledyn 1.09t Teledy pf3.50 Teledyne pit Ttlex Corp rempiein .25 Tenneco 1.32 Tennec M5.50 Texaco 1.60 TexETrn 1.40 rexGasT 1.48 rexGSul .60 Texas Ind ib Texaslnst .80 TexOIIGs.05 TexPLd .45e Tex Utli 1.80 Textron .90 rextrn pf2.08 Fextrn pfl.40 ThloKol .40 ThomBet 1.04 Thorn Ind .40 ThrlftyDr .60 Tl Corp 1.20 TldewatM .40 Tlmeln 1.90a TlmesMIr .50 TlmKen 1,80 Tlsh Rlty .40 ToblnPkg .40 ToddShp 1.20 Trane Co .90 TraniUn 1.20 Trans W Air TrnWAIr pf2 TrnWFIn .40t >ae acTiT 1 •C Tin ,60a BlmBch .25 anASul .<oe PanAm WAIr >anh EP 1.80 56 Vi 48 Vl 95Vi 44 21% 28'/4 23 Vi 27Vz 26% 11% 14V. 35V. 13% 26% 12</4 40 16% 16% 60V» 60Vi 10% 10% 21 W 21% 18% 18% 70'/4 49% 29% 29'/i 31V4 30% 33% 331/ 13% 13'/4 24V4 24V4 63% 62V* 43% 43>/2 15% 15W 57 S6'/4 19% 18% 26% 26% 20Vi 20'/4 7% GraceCo 1.50 iranby 1.60 GrandCtn .80 223/4 — Vl 6 — V* 5% + V* 3% 9'/4 27% — (ennmet .80 cetwcott 2.60 CFChDel .10 CerrMe 1.50 11% 14'/4 35% 49 18% 26 Vj 12W 40V4 110 16'/i 21 19Vi . 18Va 23V. 23% 14 13% i <H tranltevlle I jrantW 1.50 •rant pf 3.75 'fit IK- v. 24V* — % 26V4 + V* 33'A 291/4 + % 15 15 — Vt 217* 217* — Vl 85Va 86 +1 42% — 1/4 24% + Vt onnelley .44 orr Oliver >over Cp .70 lowChm 2.60 ravoCp 1. 15'/4 35% 66% 24% 26 33% CerrM pf4.50 CeystConln ~ rk Pen enn Cent 'ennDIx .15P >enn Fruit •ennev JC 1 >• Co Pf4.62 aPwLt i pf 70 21 Va 21Vz — 16 36 *DVt 29Vi — % 14V4 14'A f V> 21 Vt 21% -'A •• Vi 32% + '/4 17% + Vi •• Vi K dd Pf A2.20 (ImbClk 1.20 CngsDSt .40 KlnneyNS .25 »Norir 1. tNoNek I 40 — % 16% — 'A .. tressr pf2.20 Oressr pf B2 Dreyfus CP >ukePw 1.40 eP nlt .90 JWUn pfl.M itWishin .so •reenGnt .96 reenSh 1.20 •aPL pf 4.50 i •aPL rt 4.40 III 18IA — / 23%+ 1/4 Pennwt 1.20a enwlt pll.25 Penni 26H — % 20V4 — 1/4 7Vi 27% — 14 — 1/4 14V* + V4 10% 32% — Vt 17% 267* 5% 37V4 36 7 /a 14V. 31% DuqLf 1. )uqLt 4pf 2 )q 2.10pf2.10 jymo Ind 27'A 14 13% 20 lOVi 32% IMOh 2.80a lfMOh pfS >Ulf Oil 1.50 17% — 21% 42Va — 50'/. — V. 79V 4 — 26</4 9 12'/4 15% + Vi •ulf Rtsrces iultRet •aglePch .80 :a»co Cp .90 28% 28% 27V4 26 17W 16 9% 22V* ji«Res pfi. rulfstaUt . 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Leh Val Imt LV Ind pfl.50 land Her .72 Cp .50 lannaM 1.30 Harcpurf 1 arris Int l larsco CP 1 lartSMrx .SO 1.20 1Qi/h 5% 3m 44% 44'/4 S'/4 14% 10V» 63 Vl 28'/a + 'A * -Vt n mpplsf 1.76 _ln Enns Bus :autG . squlre .3,0 sssexlnt 1.20 'A + V* 21V* 2)1/4 4- V* 40% 41V. — " 40Va UAL Inc 1 UAL Plwl UARCO 1.10 UGt Cp 1.20 UMC Ind .72 Unarco .40 Un Camp 1 On Carbide 2 Union Corp «" B 16 -f % ll'/i + 22V4 — V< 22 + 1/4 9% + V* I'/i — Vt 29V4 —1 36% 36% 5 SV* + V* eciaMn .I7r enz H eene e ler Pf4.07 He me Pds l emrhP .20 nsph emllnc arc! jJterline .22e Sttty CP .14 |thyl pf2.40 urofnd r .Inc Nat pf 3 .Ing TV .Mp -Ing AA .78f Faberge .40 Factor A - orgWir US Bobbie 19% 28'/J 217* J»Va 1»'/4-V* 24V4 Jublklrtd. ,45f 'uebiolnt .28 P» C«m 1.W PupS PL 1.7* Pullman 2.80 PurexCP .t* Purolatr 1.60 Boeing Co_.40 BoisCas .25b Fa rmont Pa rmnt pf l Fa staff Top family Fin i 'ansteei Inc iar.West Fin : AS Intl . pt.40 Jnlonam 1.40 Ln royal .70. Borden 1,20 BoraWar 1.25 " .... .80 dis 2.24 Bourns Inc BranlfAIr .50 BrsMy 1.20 BrstMy pf2 .owenstn .90 -ubrlzol .70 -ucky Ludlow 1.08 .uken* stl 1 Lums Inc NBrd nlfCp nlt Fin Unit Gat Unit Ind .20 Unit MM 1.30 BHt Pet .3 Bdwy Hale BklvnUG 1 Brown Co BwnSharp BwnSnoe 1 Budg Budget In BuffFora 1.10 BulovaW .60 Bunlc.Ramo _.., nd 1.40 BurlNor 1.40e urlNor pf.55 urndy .70 as _ a Pow 1.40 F aPowLt 2 ' 8- «=« Finanl Callahn Mng CampRL .45a CampSp 1,10 ;MC pf2.2S : oodFalr .90 ap c Bdcst Carlisl Fott WhlTiO Fostwh pf~ Foxboro .30 reeptsul . ruehCp 1, uqua In .2M r Co .40 orp I omp .SO AC Cp 1,50 F Corp ,40 F pfl.20 pfl M Gannell .41, GardOen tT» -arlock .40 laleway Ind CA Corp lamlnln nAlnv ant JSW 1. Can Cen Champs 1.20 Ch»rterNY 2 Checker Mot '«[sea .24 hemet asty co 1 tyarhsr ChocFull .15r ChrisCfi Ml inance Phoenix, Sat., Aug. 15,1970 81 -1 Your money'* worth + Vi J Am Baker ABrands 2.10 AmBdcs 1.20 Am Can 2.20 Am Cem .60 A Chain 1.60 ACrySug 1.40 AmCyan 1.25 Am Distill ) ADIstTel ,20e Am DualVest ADual pf.B4a AmEIPw 1.64 Am Enka la Am Exp tnd AGentns .50 AGn'n pfl.80 AmHolsf .70 A Home 1.60 A Home pf 2 Am Hosp .24 Aminvest .50 AMetCIX 1.40 Am Motors ANatGas 2.10 Am Photo .12 AResDv .13* Am Seating 1 Am Ship ,60 A Smelt 1.90 AmSoAfr .70 AmSAfr fn.70 Am Std 1 AmStd PI4.75 Am Sterll .48 A Sugar 1.60 ASug pfA2.65 AmSug pf .68 ATM wtwl AmTiT 2.60 AmWWkS ,56 AW pref 1.25 Am Zinc Ameron .60 Ametek .60a AMF Inc .90 Amfac .80 AMP Inc .53 Ampex Corp Amsted 2.40 Amtel .32 Anacond 1.90 Anch Hock 1 ApacheCp .25 AocoOil 1.37t APL Corp APL Pf B.50 ARA SVC .96 ArcataN .10e Arch Dan 1 AHzPSvc 1.08 Arlan OS .20 ArmcoSt 1.6» Armco pf2.10 Armour 1.60 ArmstCk .80 Aro Corp .90 Arvln Ind 1 AshldOII 1.20 Assd Brew Assd DG 1.20 AsdTran .05p Athlone Ind AtlCtvEl 1.34 Atl Rlchfld 2 AtlRch Pf3.75 Atl Rich pf 3 AtlRch Pf2.80 Atlas Chem 1 Atlas Corp ATO Inc ,08a Aurora Prod Automtn Ind Avco Cp ,60e AVCO Pf3.20 Averv Pd .20 Avnet Inc .40 Avnet pf2.50 AvonPd 1.10, Altec Oil .73t Babck W .50 BakrOilT .65 Bait GE 1.82 BaltG PfC4 BanaPnt .15p BangP pf 2 BKofCal 1.34 Bank of NY 2 Bank Tr 2.84 Barb Oil 1.581 Bard CR .25 Basic Inc .80 Bates Mfg Bates Mf pf. t ath Ind a thin pf2.50 BauschLb .80 BaxtrLab .10 Beat Fds 1 t eckman .50 ect Dick .30 BeechAr ,75b Belco Pet .50 Belden 1.60 BeldngH .60b Bell How .60 Bell Intercon Bemls Co 1 Bendlx 1.60 t eneflCP 1.60 enefl Pf4.30 Benef 5pf2.50 Benguet Benguet fn Berkey Pho Bermec Corp Beth Stl 1.60 Big Three .60 B ack Dk .88 BlairJofin .48 Bliss Laug e lock HR .36 lue Bell 1.20 Bobbie Brks Boeing Co .40 BolsCas .25b Bond Ind .67 orden 1.20 Bond Porter If you're victimized, yell in right places By SYLVIA PORTER The "Terrible Williamsons" are in my area, and have also recently been spotted in other suburbs around New York City and in Bergen County, N.J. They surely are invading your neighborhood now too, for this is their peak season. Be warned and on the lookout! The Williamsons are a clan of several hundred itinerant swindlers who have been victimizing Americans from coast to coast for two full generations. Home repair rackets are their specialty — ranging from roofing jobs and basement waterproofing to lightning rod installation, driveway resur- , facing and barn painting — and they thrive despite all efforts to crack down on them. Their favorite easy target is naive old ladies, but they prey equally viciously on you, younger Americans. In some known cases, they have charged $300 for applying an ineffective roof "sealer"; have coated driveways with gunk which remained sticky for weeks; have painted barns with a concoction of aluminum dust and used crankcase oil which washed off with the first rain; have installed lightning rods whose "conductors" were nothing more than painted ropes. The Williamsons (who also go under such Scottish names as Stewart, McMillan and McDonald) usually work out of trucks, and usually manage to leave town before the police catch up with them — or before their victims discover they've been bilked. There's no hard rule for spotting a Terrible Williamson. You simply must apply the same cautions you would to any dealer in home improvement goods and services. Here they are: —Beware of anybody who comes to your door and tells you he "just happens" to be in the neighborhood and "just happens" to have enough material left over to perform some job for you. — Don't fall for ANY form of high pressure sales tactic. For instance: a certain offer which will expire within a few days; or if your chimney isn't repaired immediately it will fall down; or termites are chewing away at your home's foundation and the whole house is about to cave in; or the next thunderstorm may burn your house down if you don't buy a lightning rod right away. Consider any tactics of this sort a warning to you NOT to deal with their users. — Watch out for any guarantee that a product such as siding or linoleum or carpeting will last 10 to 20 years. It's almost impossible for any manufacturer to make such a specific claim, since so many variables (the weather, the wear and tear to which it will be exposed, etc.) are involved. And what company can be sure it will even be in business 10 or 20 years from now? — Ask any door-to-door peddler of home improvements who tells you he is state or town "inspector," or a representative of a nationally known aluminum or steel company, exactly which agency or office sent him and then telephone — Finally, if you discover that you have been gypped by this office to check out his credentials. an unscrupulous contractor or by an incompetent odd-job man, HOWL — to your local Better Business Bureau, newspapers and radio stations, the state attorney general's office, the nearest consumer protection agency. Some states have set up special offices and agencies strictly to deal with the home improvement industry and its problems. Check the listing of state agencies in your telephone book, or write to your State Commerce Department. To illustrate what can be and is being done, New York City's new consumer protection law bans not only deceptive practices by unscrupulous promoters, but also "unconscionable" practices which take advantage of a consumer's "lack of knowledge, ability, experience." If you're victimized, your yells may at least save others. And. possibly, you'll get help in forcing the individual who bilked you to make good on your deal. WhteMot .50P Whlltakpr WlckesCorp I WlebtStr ,25b Will ROSS . r.) High Low Close Che! 31"'/4 3?Vi $\Vt — % \9Vt 19V. 19V* — 1/4 14% 14% 14% — Vt 171/3 17V* 17Va -• — lwth 1.20 w pf2.20 Alrwy 'orld Alrw ..'rlafey 3a Wurlitier .40 erox Cp .60 TRA. Inc ngstSO 1.20 ale Corp .64 ale pf A.80 Norn 7'/a 7% " 17'/4 10'/4 . _.., SO'A W 1 4514 45V. 45 17 S>/4 5V. i 6 107 104V] 107 4 8V. I I X YZ 937 67'/i 17% + V. +2 67V* Ind .21 28 Vj 22Va 22Va -1 14'A 12V* — Vi 22'/4 U'/4 — V4 % 31V4 3 % + % 4'/. 14% 14% + V* Copyrighted by The Associated Press 1970 SALfS NEW YORK (AP) -N Y Stock sales ox final total lous day •go •80 ear ago iri ago <". d *'* • "•Te te figures are unofficial. otherwise noted, rate* of dlvl< or semi-annual declaration. "Special or extra dividends, or Bayments not deslg- In the estlmai f—Paid In stock during c«ah value on ex-divf- rlbutlon date, g—Paid lest or id aft ..jred split i.. .. an accumulative In arrears, n—' L«k stack or paid with no «ctlpn t«ken at last dlvMem r—Declared gr paid In l r t—P«ld In stocl meet stock durl V * ™t v Ivt — v. «'/4 44%' T i/' r»nt, " ww r JOU llH i ,'iliriblVv, I'w* oiviqynp. T—t-aia in stock during hx^sWon'^t^ 111 ' «"««»*'•* I—Sal*« In full. eld-Called. x-Ex dividend. y-Ex dividend and sales in full, x-dls—Ex distribution, xr—Ex right*. xw-Without war- —Wllh w«rr«nl». wd—When dli- Wlltn iiwtid. no Kt/,1 do Over the counter Quotations from, the NASD are representative Inter-dealer prices as of approximately 10:30 a.m. Inter-dealer markets change throughout the day. Prices do not Include retail markup, markdown or commission. Date August 14, 1970 Security Bid Asked Aero-Tech, Inc. 4 5 Anheuser Busch, Inc. .80 64% 65'A Arzona Bank 1.12 25% 26% Arizona Valley Development 2'/4 3 13W •7% omponents I onsolidated ontTnen1al Na lc _ kson Electronics arly CaTlfornla I d ducat. Computer ----- I Home LI.. al Corp. of Arizona Rational Corp. Corp, „.. . Food Stores, — Greater Arizona Savings Hprrjeant car Wash It * ii Krueger Co. al Sjcurltles Inc. rv ¥ni Natl,.... „.. ..... Newbery ¥nergy Corp. m Pac f c American Corp. SI p.v. 2;fi P,clflc_'sTand. grp Llfe 1 .Metals Corp. Co. ? .M^.«.rid ;M, &nf V Sonr' n9 Southwest Gas Southwest Research .20 sovereign Industries Inc. ihompson International TraveLodse Corp. M Union Rock UB, Financial Corp. .60 ^vfe't, B?nk •" Del-wts nv. Dividends declared Friday's Final Dividends ARA Services Maryland Natl Londontown Mfg Publlcker Inds OMITTED STOCK Bf V-lS Am Natl Ins Assd Truck Lines .0: Cabot Corp .1 Carnation Co Cole Natl Corp. Cook Chemical Daniel Inds Disney, Walt Gen Prtlnd Cem K»y Wind**' Ku'sch co l .jif •>* »•»

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