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Page ze-THE HERALD, Provo. Utah, Sunday. April 13. 1975 Powder River Picks Assistant Manager Parley N. Butler, formerly controller for Magic Pan, Inc., of San Francisco, has been named assistant general manager of Commercial Welding Company, according to Donald D. Parker, general manager. Commercial Welding Company has its headquarters in Provo, and is the manufacturer of the well-known Powder River line of livestock handling equipment. Prior to accepting his new position in Provo, Mr. Butler had ben employed by Quaker Oats Company for the past 24 years (Magic Pan, Inc., is a restaurant subsidiary of Quaker Oats). A native of Ogden, he began working for that company as office manager in Ogden. He has since worked in Ohio, Tennessee, Missouri, and California as a Quaker Oats executive. He is married to the former Wilma Johansen, also of Ogden, and they have five children. Both Mr. Butler and his wife received their education in Ogden city schools, and he is a graduate of Weber State College. The Butler family now resides in Orem. "We're happy to welcome Mr. Butler to our staff," Mr. Parker said. "His extensive managerial expertise and wide experience make him a most valuable addition to Commercial Welding. With the tremendous acceptance our Powder River products are PARLEY N. BUTLER enjoying, our company has been expanding rapidly to keep pace with the demand." Powder River products are designed to help cattlemen and ranchers in nearly every phase of livestock handling, and include such items as cattle ramps, steel corrals and stockyard gates, horse stalls, and feeding and watering equipment. Powder River products are sold throughout the United States, and the company maintains branch offices in ten western and widwestern states. Market Quotes INTERMOUNTAIN STOCK Bristol Silver Canyonlands Chief Con. Clayton Silver Colorado Cons. Combined Metals, Comet Coalition Comstock Com. Tel. Cons. Eureka Crescent General Croft Oil Crown Point Dragon Cons East Utah Empire Mines Eureka Bullion Eureak Standard Golconda Gold Chain Great Western EXCHANGE BID 21 .035 1.25 .97 .055 Inc. .04 .43 .52 .04 .15 .07 .22 .30 .29 .33 .05 .04 .32 3.62 .15 .30 ASKED .24 .045 1.50 .95 .08 45 .65 .05 .16 .10 .24 .37 .30 .37 .09 .07 .38 3.87 .17 .32 Justheim Petroleum I^ove Oil Ixwlsiana Pacific Mammoth Movlematic Newpark Resources New Quincy North Lily Park City Cons. Park Premier Petro-Silver Prince Cons. Sage Oil -South Standard Standard Metals Teletrans Tintic Mineral Triton Corp United Park City Utah Cons. Utah-Ida. Sugar Utah-Wyo. 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According to Jack Denter, the new site will allow for seating up to 40 patrons and parking for about 20 cars. "We've been limited at out present location in those respects, "he noted. The building into which the restaurant will move is the A tour of the Lehi plant of General Refractories Company will be featured during the April business meeting of the Utah section of the Association of Iron and Steel Engineers t'o be held in Lehi Monday. The tour will begin at 5:15 p.m. and will be followed by a dinner - business meeting at 7:00p.m. Hosts for the tour and business meeting will include Robert F. Mattox, general sales manager Western, of General Refractories Co., and H. Lloyd Roudabush, plant manager of the Lehi works of General Refractories. Mr. Mattox is a graduate of Washington University, St. Louis, Mo., and for the past 19 years he has been employed by General Refractories in various sales and marketing positions. For the past six years Bob has lived in Utah and his present position includes responsibility for sales and marketing activities of General Refractories throughout the 14 western states. Mr. Roudabush is a graduate of Pennsylvania State University and has been employed by General Refractories in various engineering and management positions for 26 years. He was promoted to his present position in 1960 and he has lived in Utah County for the past 15 years. General Refractories Co. employs over 100 people at the Lehi Plant, most of whom reside in northern Utah County. The company is a major supplier of the significant quantity and variety of brick and refractories AFFILIATED FUND used at U.S. Steel's Geneva ANCHOR FUND INV former location of Candy's No.l in Provo. Mr. Denter said the building would be' remodeled, and a home immediately to the north would be demolished to provide a parking lot for the new restaurant. Construction is already underway. "We hope to be in by Mother's Day," Mr. Denter commented. He added that he felt the location would be a good one, and that University Avenue was the place to be in his business. Higher Dollar Volume Expected by Businesses Despite the recessionary trend of recent months, an increasing number of western businessmen expect their "dollar volume" activity to improve in the second quarter of 1975 , according to the Western Business Forecast, a quarterly survey of a panel of businessmen in the West conducted by the Prudential Insurance Co. Reversing a year of declining optimism on their part, 63 percent of the panel predict an increase in their business Reversing a year of declining optimism on their part, 63 per cent of the panel predict an increase in their business for the second quarter of 1975 compared the the first quarter. 13 per cent foresee no change, and 24 per cent project a decline. Mutual Funds 6 34 596 6.84 6.53 Works. Local Over The Counter Stocks DOW JONES AVERAGES Friday, April 11, 1975 30 Industrails 48.21, 798.50 20 Transporatioin - 98, 164.50 15 Utilities +.44, 75.98 65 Stocks +1.40. 243.30 AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE OPEN 17 6 2 :1 s 5 Brad Ragan Inc Day Mines Federal Res. Frontier Airlines Gaint Ycllowknife New Park Skaggs Drug Synlex Ul. Ida. Sug. 1.1'» 31 17 12 NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE OPEN CLOSE Albertsons Black & Decker Boise Cascade Braniff Air Deseret Pharm. Gen Refractories Co Gen Tele. & Ele Hercules, Inc. Kresge l.ibbv Owebs Ford McDonalds Mountain Fuel Siipplj Merck & Co Northwest Pipe Thiokol I'l Internal Xerox Zales BULLOCK FUND 1061 1160 BULLOCK DIV SHARES 2.73 2.99 CHANNING GROWTH 383 4 19 CONCORD FUND 780 780 DELAWARE MUTUAL 833 910 EATON & HOWARD HAL- ANCK 757 827 ISI SHARKS 1219 13.12 IS1 UNITS 3.29 ... MASS INV GROWTH 9 22 10.08 PRUDENTIAL SYS INV 788 861 UNITED ACCUMULATED 5.46 5.98 CLOSE UNITED INCOME 9.48 10.39 n ;i 4 5 T K 2 :l » 5'. NEW YORK (UPIl -Handy and Harman Friday quoted silver at $4 II per fine ounce down 3 cents. No Trade Fjigelhard quoted a silver base price of W 11 down 3 cents and a price for fabricated silver of $4.213 down 3 I rents Silver Prices 10 2»» Wi 39 9 1 4 2 5 » 18'» 39 17 46' 29' 18-' 12 T 60' 74 32 : 'i 17'» 7 : 'j 9 !I 4 20 5 > 27'» 17 47'« 29'2 74 ; >« Gold Prices 14 :I 60 J 4 69'z 14 :1 4 OVEH THE COUNTEH HID ASKED First Senility :)0 J 4 31 >, Xions 14', is1 4 Signetics 7% ys. NEW YORK lUPli - Foreign and domestic gold prices Friday 1X)N1»N Morning fixing 172 50 uncliangcd Afternoon fixing 171 90 down 0 60 PARIS I five market 1174 71 down 1.47 FRANKFURT 173.21 down 0.31 ZURICH unavailable NF.WYORK Handy and Harman. noon 171.90 down 0 60 Engelhard Base price for refining settling and unfabricated gold 172.40 down 0.60 per troy ounce Selling price, fabricated gold 176 71 down 062 per troy ounce Affiliated Fund Chemical Fund Dreyfus Fidelity Cap Fidelity Fund Fidelity Trend Fundamental Inv Invest Co Of A M Invest Edit Capital Edie Growth Mass. Inv Growth Mass Inv Trust New Perspective Pioneer Fund Putnam Investors Putnam Growth Windsor Fund NF.A Mutual Fund MUTUAL FUNDS DID 627 776 9.49 8 13 1301 1787 593 II 15 6.88 1255 16.52 922 923 13 75 1032 6.86 8U02 699 7 02 ASKED 677 8.48 10.40 889 14.22 19.53 6.50 12.19 7.52 13.452 16.52 10.08 10.09 15.03 11 28 7.50 975 764 762 HHOWN Akisco Cameo Billings Energy Gold Reel Gold Standard Health Garde January Mercury Metals Mineral Energy Micron Mtn Sts Res Nausat PAT Res Montis Rocky Mln SpanSpanallen Tuma Valtek Western United SECURITIES DID 2.50 045 775 .10 30 1 12 015 .07 4i. 2 62 37 .62 065 04 •'4 45 035 237 07 ASKED 3.00 .055 825 .12 .33 1.25 .025 .08 .05 75 .41 87 .075 .05 .015 .55 .04 2.62 .08 Livestock, Produce USSta>l28060Upll-8 UniTeJ 10B131-20ff 1-8 Upjohn 96 38 3-1 Up 1-8 ltahPL236253-8Upl-8 IV Indus Ig 21 (Xf 3-8 Walgreen 112 1-8 Up 1-8 Wang 1.. (Mb 131-4 Up 1-2 Wash W 152 18 Up 1-8 Ws Bane 140 22 £8 Up 3-1 WUnionl«l3J8Upl-8 WsthH.97l41.2UpM VWilPSt. 70b257-8 Up I M WttMoUOb9MUpl-8 Woolwhl.a)MMlIpM Xerox Cp 169 1-2 Off 12 YngStDr 6011M ZenithKadl 16 Up 5-8 NwstAirl 4518 Off 5 a NwUanl.6038HUpM OiinCpl 20213-4 Up7-8 Otis H 2.2030 Up 1-2 Outi»JMI20193-4Upl-2 DIVIDENDS: are annual unless otherwise identified: 19) plus extra- (b) paid last year: (c) payment on accumulated dividends; (d) declared or paid so far this year; (e) cash plus stock; (g) annual rate plus stock dividend; (hi paid this year - latest dividend omitted (i) per cent in slock; ik) per cent in stock paid last year; (q) in bankruptcy receivership or reorganization; (s) capital distribution, (x) exdividend; (wi) when issued; (wl) warrants. Live Cattle CHICAGO il'Pli - Chicago Mercantile Exchange closing price range (^xnHigh l.o« (los* lYev. Closi> Sales IJvelieefCattle Apr42.8043 2542 7043 0042 70 l.WB Jun42 2042 7042 1542 24:! .'W4.176 Aug 40.2040.5040 15404240301.488 at 38 97 39 17389038953877354 I Xv 38 50 38 65:« 40a 38 50a;« 37a 108 Feb 38.50 3H.50 :a.22 38 25a ,'tfi 2ii 68 Kivder Cattle Apr32 0032 50Si.00 32 00.'G 5(15 May 32 K> 33 15 32 75 33 15 32 85 11 Aug32.0032 K,32 0032.1032 UO 15 Sep.'C 0032.0031 7031 7031 80a4 an 31 5032 10315031 7731.65 :V1 Nov31.7532.1031 7532 1031753 ShdlKggs Ai>r41504315412542654i:iOb31 May 44.0044 9043 6044 9043 70241 Jill 45 3545 90 44.90 45.75 45.l5b 118 Jly48 5048 5048.5048 5048.5018 Aug 50 00 50.00 50.00 50 00 48 85n I Stp54.2554 90538054 9053.75 120 l«\vllogs Apr42 754.H 10426042754250220 Jun46.25469546 15469046.022,002 Jly46iff 47 4046 7047.4046 85825 Aug45.S2466045 8046.3545 75336 <X144 5045.0044,2044 95b44 55b 106 Uv 44 90 45 25 44 50 45.15 44 90 248 Feb 44 30 4-140b 43.85a 44 10 44 .OOb 46 Apr 42.8042 85b42.75a42.85b 43 101 Kro/cn Pork liellies May71 0072 7071,00724071 203,138 J!y71.60 73 0571.35 72 8071.902.875 Aug 70,7071 80 70.2571.40 70.40b 489 Feb 66 7567 5066.25 66.80 G7 OOa 427 Mar 66 25a 66 80b 66 OOa 66.45a 66 50a 4 Msy6ii 0066 0066 0066 0066 00a3 Joliet Livestock JOi.ICT.Ill .UPIi-UvestiK-k Cattle 2,00(1. trade fairly active, steers steady to 100 higher, heifers steady to niKtly 50 higher, steer choice and prime 4400-45.00. choice 410H4.50. mixed good. ;ind choia- :17.5WI 00. heifer high good to ctace 39.00-11 75, cows utility 21.00-22.50; cornier and cutler 13.50-21.50 lk»gs 1,300, trade active, barrows and gilts fully steady. No 1-2 200-240 Ib 41 5042.00, No 1-3 200250 Ib 41.0fr41.50; .No 2.1250-280 Ib 40 OWI.OO Monday'si«tmuted nxvipts 4.500caltle. Portland Grain PORTLAND, Cash grain, basis- While wheat Soft white Barley Ore, (UP!) coast delivery 30 day 60 day 3 94 3.92 3.94 3 92 114 50 no bid Butter and Eggs CHICAGO (UPII - Hulk selling prices as reported by USDA liUler—prices paid delivery to Chicago unchanged: 93 score 69.19. 92 scon- 69 19. 90 sain.'uncst'ibli.shed fvggs—prias p^d I" delivery unchanged Prices to retailers (Crude A. in cartons delivered); extra large 50-53; large 4951; indiums 46-48 Forecast members in the Montana - Idaho - Utah region are less optimistic than the panel as a whole. Fifty-five per cent look for increase in their second quarter activity, 14 per cent see no change, and 31 per cent anticipate a drop off. THE FIRST blow In the demolition of an old home at 416 N. University was delivered this week. The site will be used for parking adjacent to the new location of Harmon'i Kentucky Fried Chicken at Fourth North and University. HIIW COLOR PORTRAITS COLOR PORTRAITS Have beautiful color portraits taken by our professional photographer in our roving photo van at these Grand Central locations . . CLIP SAVE THESE DATES APRIU6THRU19 at store #6 — 3400 So. State, SLC. APRIL 23 THRU 26 at store #14 — 555 So. 2nd West, Bountiful APRIL 30 THRU MAY 3 at store #9 — 2750 Washington Blvd., Ogden MAY 7 THRU 10 at store #4 — 4091 West 3500 South, Granger MAY 14 THRU 17 at store #16 — 5520 Van Winkle Expressway, SLC. L. YOU GET •1-5X7 •4-3X5 COLOR PORTRAIT SIZE 5-WALLET SIZE A $20.00 VALUE ALL FOR FRfniLV SRVINGS STORE

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