Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Share Page

Cedar Rapids Gazette: Tuesday, August 20, 1974 - Page 30

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 20, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 Financial and Market News Selling Sets  Limit Losses  Stock Rally Fades  * The I scribed as a technical reaction • r, I mi  ,,(,,1I1( ' ( ' ,J  around;to the sharp declines of the et i .meany t uesday after giving! previous eight trading days.  u P  ()n  an early technical ratty. I Hut the upswing quickly ras - p.m. Dow .tones, out of support, and the Dow wos average, of 30 industrials was up hack where it had started 2.4w at 724.26, but losers ted noon.  (lf iowa Interest  YESTERDAY'S QUOTATIONS  by  gainers by 8 to 7 on the New V ark Stock Exchange.  I fie NYSE’s broad-based composite index was up .05 at 39.21.  It turned back upward again at midafternoon, however, as President Ford said he did not foresee a return to wage and  The Dow jumped more than price controls.  IO points in the first ?half-hour of Clorox, the Big Board volume the session in what brokers de- leader, was up ’n at 84.  JL    .    On    the    American    Stock    Ex-  Ups and Downs  change, the market value index was down .45 at 74.33.  The Amex volume leader was  NEW YORK (AP)—The following  KSP SS ‘IKS* "SI "SVTkS ’SS  Syntex - down  ’* at 37 ' k -  percent of change on the New Yo?k af * Exchange regardless of volume Net and percentage change-, are the Hercules difference between yesterdays closing Haublem     (From Lamson    Brothers)      Am. Ins f und        . 3 53 3 86      Am Rein.        133/4-14%      Uandag        26 ’ *      Banks of Iowa .        22%-23%      Beatrice Foods        14      Lonrat        13      Consolidated Foods        153*      FAA ............        14      f MIC        4 /- 5      Guardsman        I 5/16- 2      Naruischfeger        23 ■*      hawkeye RanCorp        7 + 7 7  j      health Management    Scrv.    1%- 2      Interstate P        12' i      Iowa t lectric        10%      lowa-lll. Gas        .12      John Deere        30%      Kiddo comm.        11%      Keuffel A, Esser        13 j-14%      Life Investors, Inc.        53*. 6%      LTV Corp        9%      Mapco comm.....        16%      Maytag ...........        21%      /AcCord Corp.        no trades      Mid America        3.78 4 13      Mid-Continent, Ind.        . 2%- 3'/«      Miracle ...........        3”*- AV*      Ozark .........        3' 2      haxall, Inc.........        no trades      Quaker Oats .......        133%      Rath        A      Rockwell ..........        23      Syntex ..............        , 37%      United Fire W Casualty    143*-15 3 *      UnWar ...».........        no trades      Victor Corp.        6 1      Winnebago        5%     U.S. To Finance Fake Bomb School Design Gets Robber At Settlement $157,000  The second-stage design of a NEW YOFtK (AP)  Tho Cedar Rapids Gazette: Tues., August 20, 1974    45  District Ready To Bus Private Students, But..  tional $2.2 million for opera-  CH1GAGO (AP) — Heavy selling in the last hour turned most  farm commodity futures sharp-j The second-stage design of a NEW YORK (AF) — A man  Iv lower Tuesday with limit now elementary school on the armed with a valise, a threat By Judy Daubenmter    ,    ..  declines registered in    soybeans,    Mosquito Indian    settlementjancl unshakable bravado    made    Cedar Itapids Community    passed  com and oats futures     wil1 be  financed with funds in  ofl Wl,h  ^.OOO    in cash    fro , school    district    officials  are      lhe vea r before  ..    .    .    1    .    .    an    uptown    savings    bank    after    ready to provide busing services '  Profit-taking was the prim,the interior department appro-  te)ljng a bank ()ffjcer he was     ^     gtudents    bc .    The    constitutionality    of    the  jCipal reason for the selloff,    but    priations bill passed    by the U.S.! pre p am i to blow    the place up.    ginning    Monday    but some    auxiliary services    law was  lit was .sparkled by some private|house Monday.    Tilt'    robber,    about 30 years confusion exists over what will  bein £ challenged in a suit filed  the Americans    United for  Separation of Church and State,  ,    ........... _............ .............vt it 1 it inn -ii    I     tbe     Iowa    Civil    Liberties    Union  Iowa s Second district,  w h°; f j 0Z e n  unsuspecting depositors;  rutn u foundation, and IO individuals.  I trade reports    that    indicated    that    *p ba j was announced Tuesday i°ld. told the terrified woman    he    happen should    the    law    requiring    by    thi  Congressman John Culver of! ha *?,  dy " amile     I"  lhe  h , bafi ',     l ‘,7 thase    services    bP    found     HST  I to rams rn recent days in the    *     wh „    waited 20 minutes while a halfL, itutiona |    ithe    lo  I Iowa s Second district, who  dozen unsuspcc tj n g depositors     f  wipHnrghonr serretarvl foundl   --------------------  soybeans were j worked with house conferees to  lnd a  **.„ other employes    ™  R  B  ^  Commun  7  A three-judge federal panel in  of 20 cents a I include the funds for the school, went about their business, and  fjr enhnnl Krtotvl  \. aiH ;t iQ hi( . Des Moines granted an injunc-  7.28; Chicago    Culver said the present school| while the bank    officer twice   wheat    was    2    to    9 lower.    Sep-     bui|di was bum jn |M# and |his sight to go    into the vault,  tember 4.23; corn was down IO .    , .....    ,    i when he escaped, carryi  cents. September 3.54% and  now has fac ''""*    *"• only J™ ” £ Xche case'  Middle West.  At the close, down the limit [bushel, August  .80  price and today's last price.  Name  1 AJ Indust  2 Avco Cp wt  3 Mohwk Oat  4 Tennc wtA  5 A Medicorp  Name I Elixir lnd ? Int Mining  3 (ovnq Com  4 Ideal Tov  5 Charter Co     UPS      Last    Net    Pct.      I 3* 15-16    + ' A    Up 18.2      + %    Uo 15.4      I    +- %    Up 14 3      + %    Up 143      Va    + %    Ud 12 5      DOWNS      Last    Net    Pct      2%    —  1 2    Oft 17.4      12  1  4    2 2    Oft 16.4      3*    —  1  8    Off 14.3      33*    — ' I    Oft 12.9      20    - 2%    OII 10.6     HewitHk .20 Holt Elctrn Holiday .32 HollySu 1.20  HousLP 148  Howmet I  IdahoP 1.96  12 280 IO 211 2b 317 13    9  7 97 7 74 26 662 7 137 12 129 7 78 5 IS  307a 30 26 / s 24'a 71'n 69' i 4%    4'a  9' a    8-rn  23 s * 22>4 66% 63  j   39%  13  22%  12%  38'4  12' 2 22 1  a  12'4  30 —  25>/a—I 70'a+ 1  4 4  8 j 4    ..  22 7 «—  66 ... 39' 4 + 1 12% +  22%-  12 "3 +  I  NEW YORK (AP)  Exchange  Abbt Lb 1.32 ACF In 2.60 Ad Millis .20 Adores .30p AetnaLf 1.08 Air Pre! .20b Aircolnc s>o Akzona 1.20 AlcanAI I 20 AllegCp 46e AilgLud 1.40 AllgPw 1.52 AllOCh 1,50 AlldStr 1.50 AltisChal 26 Alcoa 1.34 Ama* 1.65 AMBAC .50 A Hess 30b Am Airlin A Brnds 2.56 AmBdcst .80 Am Can 2.20 A Cyan 1.40 AmtlPw 2 A Home .80 AmHosp JO AmMot .2oe ANatGs 2.54 A Smelt 1.50 AmStand .60 AT&T wt AmT&T 3.08 AMF In 1.24 AMP Inc .33 Ampex Corp Anacon ,82e AnchrH I OS A or?cg Corp Archean .25 Armco 1.60 ArmstCk .92 AshdOil 1 Bn AsdDrG 1.40 AtlRich 2,50 Atlas Corp Avco Corp Avnetlnc .30 AvonPd 1.48  BabckW .80 BaiGE 1.96 BauschL .42 BeatFds .65 Beckmn .50 BeecAir .60 Bell How .84 Bendix I 80 BenflCp 1.25 BenqtB ,07e BethStl 2 Boeing .60 Boisecas .50 Borden 130 BorWar 135 BristM I 52 BritPet ,37e Brunswk .32 BucvErie I BuddCo .80 BulovaW .70 BunkrRa .*o (aurited 1.60 Buri Nor 1.70 Burrghs .50  Cadence lnd Cal Finanl CampRL .50 Camps 1-18 CaroPw 1.60 CarrCp .52 CartvVall .40 Castled 60b CaterTr 1.60 CBS 1.46 Ceianse 2.80 Cencolnc .20 CenSoW 1.12 CerroCp I Cert-teed .60 Cessna .90 C'lamplnt I Chessie 3.60 CniPneuT 2 Chris Craft Chryslr 1.40 CIT Fin 2.20 Citicorp .80 CitiesSv 2 40 CarkE 1,60 ClvEIIII 2.40 CocaCot 2 13 ColgPal .59 CoiGas 1.98 CombE 1.80 ComlSolv I ComwE 2.30 Comsat I ConEd ,45p ConFds 1.35 ConNGs 2.10 ConsuPow 2 Cont Air Lin C onCan 1.60 Cont Co 2 4p ContOil I 80 ContTele I Control Oat Cooplnd I 04 CornG 1.19a Cowles .15e CoxBdct 35 CPC Int 1.86 Crc'jHin ,60 Crown Cork CrwZel! I M CurtisW .20e  Dartlnd 40b DaytPL 166 Deere I 60 Del Mnt I -20 OeltaAir 6o Dennys .12 DetEcfis 1.45 DiamSh 1.20 Dillon 1.20b Disney .12b Diversfd In DrPeppr 3n DowCti 1.20 Dresser 1.40 Duk Pw I 4o duPont 5.75e DuqLt I 72  FastAir Ltn EasKod 1.56 Eaton 1.80 ElPasoCo I FltraCD I SO EmerEI .70 Fsmark I EthylCo I 20 KvansPd 60 Exxon 4 70e  FairCam 80 Fairlnd 30 Fansteel 40 bedders .50 FedNMt .68 FedDSt 1.16 FiltrolCp .60 Firestone I FstChar .911 FstlntBnc I Flintkot 1.16 FlaPow 1.95 FtaPwt. I• 36 FMC 92 FdFair 20b FordM 3.20a ForMcK 88 FrnkinM 20 FreeoM I -20 Fruehf 1.80  GAF CD 44 Gam** I MO Gannett 36 Gen Dvnam GenEI 1.60 GnFood I 40 GenMHI I M GnMot 4 9De OPubUt I 68 6 Tel El I to G Tire 1.10b Geneseo Inc GaPac 80b GerberPd I Get VO MOe Gillette I 50 Global Mat Goodrh I IT GoodyrTR I {.ouldln I IO Grace 1.50 GrantW 60 GI AAP 30e GtWnfin 40 GrGlant i ns Grevh 1.04a Grumm ,30o f.n‘tO'1 I *0 (.1(51111 I I? GnltWn BO GlfWlnd wt  Halllbtn I 20 MnrrliC 1.12 Martettk 70 Her laM SOI  ImpCpAm INA Co 2 IO ; InqerR 2 32  New Pork Stock Intend!a 2 ? 40  elected late prices:    am “I  Sales    i    6  PE bds High Low Last Chg. |    V^a  IntNick I 40 intPaper 2 IntTT 1.52 laBeef 2.071 lowaPS 1.52 tlek Corp         A          IO    71    39%      7    ll    33'*      13    I    4' *          41    5%      5 147    18%      15    83    40%      5    22    111*      4    ll    15’*      a    81    30%      IO    3    8%      4    2V    27%      7    43    15%      8 134    36      5    38    20      5    IO    8%      ll    65    47      7    SO    37%      5    7    8%      2    51    17%          213    8%      6    39    31 %      7    78    21      6    55    25%      6 229    18%      5 308    15’ a      23 646    3?3*      24    95    29%      4 x187    6%      6    16    30'j      3 240    19' j      A    17  325    ll I'a      8 825    42%      I    49    13%      25 252    32%      9 IOO    3' J      5 130    27%      5    9    133*          12    1%      To    46    19      5    67    223/*      IO    36    22%      A    16    19      5    20    17      I? 272    ei’s      33    15    1%      5    12    4%      4    50    6’ 8      ll 763    26'«          8          8    69    16%      6    69    15      IO 403    273*      v 215    14%      12    7    25%      5    20    83*      A    45    13 s *      5    13    24%      4    90    14%      4    32    3%      6 346    31%      6 218    19      4 120    14      7 179    18%      5    34    17 s *      13    56    44'%      2 201    63*      A 134    IO      ll    38    22 s *  9%      3    14      5    3    8 s *      7    46    53*      5    IS    18%     36  s * 33'« 4'a  5  18' a 39 11' a 15' a 29 7  a 8% 26 3 '4 14 7 a 34% IS'J 8  46'4  37' a 8% 16-8 iv*  31' 4 20 25'4 17' 2 1474 303.4 28 3 4 6  30' 4 181* 10% I ' I 42  127a  37’ j— 5* 331 a— Sa  4 Va— ' a  5 — '4 18 a 8 + % 39%— % 11' a  15%— 'a 30 + 12  7 15 23'J 23 7 16    14 %    14%  4 25    143-a    137a  3 82    5^a    5' j  5 170    21 7 a    2074  13 1)0 727a 711*  6 49    33%    33 Va  4    3    26 3 a    26'a    26'»+    Va  16 441 200 1  x 19b 1 4 1983<.+2  5 157    21    20' a    20 Va +    '/j  3b  26'4 45'4  18'J 16' J  JewelC 120 JhnMan I 20 ass 4- 1.1 Johns J n ,80 071 "JI ; JonLoq .80  11    4|     JonLau    160  Jostens .90 JoyMtq I ..50 Kaiser Alu I KanGEl I 56 KanPLt 1.52 Keiloqq ,60 Kenned 2.60 KerrMcGe I KimbCl I 44 KniqhtN .32 25' j + a*| K °PP r s 2.40 173/4+ 1.' Kraftco 1.92  I /  J 4 '4  14 7 a  fo/t.....  18’ a—I' z 8  47 +1 37'a- ' a 8' 4+ '* 1618+ ' 8 8' 4+ la 31 Va 20'a  7 108 36'4 7 223 2614  10 1/9    46%  4 505 1 9  3    3    1634  8 2 17 51    7  j-K  7 13 20  5 115 167 a 30 450 88  4 19    8  15 19  237*  14'.'a+ V4 14%+ Vt  5%.....  20 7 a— % 71 AA— % 33 Va— -'a  35%+ Va  I4 ; a+  3174—  287a +  6 -|-30'%+  19'4— 'a  KresqeS .22 Kroger 1.36  5 I IO 18  4 34  9 17 7 ll  14 48 5 x377  15 276 56 3 4  6 69 24'a 14 33 30’a  6 55 42% IO 31    34  22 583 28>»  15's 15’ a  rn  19 Va 16 4 a 85  7 7 s 18+8 123« 28' a 16  13' a 15 7 a 13’ a 30% 54 24 30' 4 41  33' 1 27'a  16' J -  15’ a Va  12% 2V 16' 2  1338  16  13'-4  32 Ii  LearSieq .28 LehPCt 80a 1A7.J. i,.i*-ehVal Ina I’ + i jLehmn 1.13e 411/1 si Levitz Furn I?*! a11 COF 2 20a „ IU 1 i? LibbMcNL jj*  3 C!l ?!|LiqqMv_2,50 221 a  5 81 25 326  33’ J 83'4  13 rn  1%  18' a  22'4  22'a  183/4  16%  79 a 4 I ’ a  4%  6%  24 3 a  I534  14^8 26% 13% 25 8' •  13 24  14 3%  30 183 4  13% 18 Va 17 43 6' a 9% 21 7 a 9% 814  5  liW  3234  79%  ' iVii I/, uivf'ii/viy i.■ J'  J,• Litton ,23f iii la. 1 Eockhd Airt  8  Loews 1.20 aizTT a1 LoneStlnd I  18 8+    8    ,    I    nnccr.    I    Sn  791 ,4. 1,1 LoneSG 1.50 Li! LnqlsLt 1.46 La+acif .15 LTV Corp LuckStr ,58b LukensStl I  22 18 3 i + 16%—  80'a+  I 5/to-4- Lo I  1%-t 'e  LV0 Corp  7,* , .    L’. kes Ynqst  6 7 a + 25 —  vs  153i-14%— 'a 27’ a+ Va 14    +    ’a  25 — % 8 3 a+  3  * IJ VB— 'a 24  14'a— la  3%  303»+ '4 18%+ ' a 13%  Macmil! .25 Macy 1.10 MadFd ,90e Maqvox ,15p MaratO 1.80 Marcor I MartMa 1.20 MavDSt 16O Maytq I .Ma McDonalds McDonD .40 McGrwH .50 MeadCp .80 Melv Sh +6 Merck 1.40  I ft3/0    I I*    C    K    I.  ' AAG7VA 1.75e  17 x t—  43 — 6%+ 97a..  21 7 a— 9Va+ 8%—  5 ... ■ 18%+ V» 33 Va + % 81’ -a ...  50     7    I    2    2    2 ...          4    19    2' 2    2%    2$*~~    ' *      30 274    44%    41%    43% +1    1%      ll    3    26 s *    26 ‘a    263*—    I  t       6    23    123*    12%    12 3 » .          6    64    7%    73*    7% +    %      IO    28    6 2    6 a    6%—    I 4      6    33    11%    11%    11%—          13 137    51%    50 s *    50%—    %      10 366    35    33%    33%—    3,4      5 107    31%    31%    31%—    I 2      9 857    5' 8    4%    4%—     1  B      7 159    13    123*    12%+          3    6    16%    16%    16%—          8    67    8 4    8    8 —    Va      5    22    15    14%    14%—    U      5 211    15%    143*    15 —    V4      6    13    45    44'*    44%—    I ; 2       6    17    22%    213*    21%+    Tft          9    2' 8    2' a    2%...          9 142    14    13’*    13% +     1  e      6    50    27%    26 s *    26%          13 532    30%    29    29%+          6 128    42%    41%    41%—          7 x!9    28' J    28%    28% +    Va      7    44    24    233*    23 5 »—          21 796    81’*    781*    79 —    *8      15 104    22%    21'*    21%+     1  •      6    46    I* 3 *    isis    18% +    3 8      7    66    31%    31    31 —     3 B      9    12    293.4    29%    293*          9    63    23%    23    23'.* +     1  8      6        27 : %    25%  7%    25%—     ] 4      3 128    7%    7%+     1  ii      6    33    15%    15%    15’* +    Vt      7    47    193*    19’ J    19’2 ..          6 142    12%    11%    11%—    'Vt      IO    36    5%    5' 2    5 s *          6    78    233*    23%    23 3 *+     1  2      6 106    26%    25%    25%—     1  6      6 124    35%    34%    34%—          7    52    11%    11%    ll 7 *          6 132    21%    201*    20% +     1  8      6    IO    27%    26 s *    26%—     3  4      14    51    55%    54%    55          IO    3    5%    5%    514—    Vs      6    i    12%    12%    12%...          7    23    253*    25%  14%    253*          8        143*    143*          8    17    17    16%    16% +    *4      6    58    29%    28%    28% +          8    41    9' 2    9%    9'* +    \9          0                  5    27    16%    16' a    16’ 8—     3  8          23    12%    12%    12% .          6 226    31 a    M    30%—     1  8      6    8    18' 1    18%    18%—    Va      8 236    37    35%  9 7 a    35%—    ft*      I    34    IO    9% +          6 155        93*    9%          5    71    22’*    22 J a    22' z—    V*      13    5        31%    31' 2          24 372    38%    36%    37% +     y  •      6    3    I    2    2          I- 164    10%    10%    10%—     3  R      14 SF    62%    60%    6l% +     3 '8      IO    67    41%    40  s *    40' 2 +    Va      6 117    ll    IO 7 *    11 +    ' •      ll 179    136%    133    134            7 50    16    15 } *      E              117    5%    5%      20 933    843,*    8C’«      5 74 4 162    76%    76      IO 7 *    10'/4      5 V    71 s *    71      17 179    28’/    27%      5 37    25%    25      4 17    22%    2?      3 890    A    3%      5 327    70 s *    69 s *      F              5 431    33'*    30      8 3    6    5 7 «      5 2    1C%    10%      7 117    5    4%      5 89    13    12%      9 65    22%    27      4 la    8%    8%      5 552    15%    143*      4 44    5%    5%      17 727    35%    34%      4 517    12%    13      6 147    14%    14%      6 69    17    16' 2      5 41    Ii    13 7  a      6 ll    5%    5 s  a      9 170    40' *    39 s *      5 18    11%    ll 3 *      IO 31    14%    133*      I 61    22    ?1' *      5 151    19%    19%     1574—  5’ 2 82’4 +  26  IO' 2— 21 — 28' 4 +  25%+ 27’ a + 4    +  70  32 + * F  103.4 5 + 12% + 22 + 8% 14% 5 7 a + 34'-*— 12' 4— 14%— 16%-14  5 7 » + 3934    .  11% + 137a +  21' a + 19’ 4—     A 26    7%    7 s *    7% +    %      4 7    ?33*    73 %    23%-    'A      la 70    28' 2    27    27              19%    TO 4    ’ A      12 472    4C%    39%    39%—    I  a       8 56    20' «    19 s *    19%    ' *      W    Ski Am- ' J   r H% 40    39 + 40 s *    3      5 178    IO'*    10%    10%          7 164    70' *    19%    TO +    %      A 38    13%    13%    13 s *          13 14    4 r fi    4%    43*          9 250    30%    293*    29%-    %      8 24    io%    IO    10'% +    %      8 65    98%    96' J    96' J—I    %      8 179    ?5V*    25    751% +    . *      9 75    10    9%    IO -f    %      5 106    213*    51%    71*%          6 2’3    16%    16    16 . .          6 XI?    19%    19%    1«%—    '»      5 95    22%    21    21%—    %      9 41    4%    4' j    4%          13 36    ll    10%    10% +    1%      3 219    8%        8%          6 3    16%    16%    16'+—          7 50    11%    11%    11 Sto    ' A      4 90    10%    103*    ic' 1 F    %      4 47)    IV '*    >«%    !•%          I 43    ll’*    10%    It    u      4 HI    70%    20%    20% t          IO?    4%    4%    4%—    %      H                  20 384 5 IS    176    ITO' 2    172%-          15%    IS' 1    15' j—    %      6 ?    I %    8%    aw...    %      17 IOO    23%    21 %    22%—    •Mi     ,  8  • Microdot .SI  7 ; Midsut 1.20  ' MinMM 1.25 , 'MinnPL I 46 , 4 , MobilOt 3.20 ,* Mohas 120 Monsan 2.40 , . I MonDU 2.08 Mon Pw 1.80 JMorNor .88 Motorola .50 MtFuelSu 2 MtStTel 1.52  Nabisco 2 3o NatAirl .50 Na! Can .45 NatDisfili I NatFuel 1.90 NatGyp I.Os Natlnd .15 Nat Semicn NI Steel 2.50 Nat Tea Natomas lb NCR Cp .72 NevPw 1.40 NEnqEI 1.78 Newmt 1.60 NiaMP 1.18 NL lnd I NorflkWn 5 Norris 1.12 NoAPhl 1.20 NNGas 3.10 NoStPw 1.84 Northrp 1.12 NwstAirl .45 NwtBnc 1-60 Norton 160 NorSim .30  Occid Pet OhioEd 1.66 OklaGE 136 OklaNG 1.40 OllnCp MO Omarx .36 OtisElv 220 OutMar 1.2n OwenCn .88 Owenltl 1.60  PacGas I 88 PacLtq 1.68 PacPetrl 7s PacPw 1.60 PacTT 120 PanAm Air PanhEP 2 Pasco Inc Penn Cent PennDix -24 Penney 1.16 PaPwLt 1.80 Pennzoll lb PepsiCo I 40 Pfizer .76 PhelpD 2 20 Philabt 164 PhilipMo 80 PhiilPet I 4n PitneyB .35« Polaroid .3? PortGE 1.52  PSvCol 1.20 PSvEG 1.72 Publckr .241 Pueblol .30a PuoSPL 198 Putlmn 1.50 PuritFsh .28 QuakStO .64 Questor .50  RalstonP" ,80 Ranco In .92 RapidAm I Raythen .80 RCA I RdqBate .30 RcichCh 60 RepStl i.20a ResrvOi! .10 Revlon 1.20 Reylnd 2 68 ReynMet I RidderP 40 Rockwllnt 2 Rohrlnd .90 RoyCCol .64 RoylD 2 79e RyderSy .40  Safewy 1.60 StJoeMin I StLSaF 2+0 StReqP 1.20 Sandrs Asso SFelnd 1.80 SanFelnt ,2n ScherqPI .80 SCMCp SO  WrtfeAI —  September December March May CORN — September Dei ember March May OATS— September December Mar ch SOYBEANS August September November Jaruary March . .     6    IO    17%    17          I              A    18    4%    A %      A    6    12%    12%      8    8    1%    1%          76    10%    IO      6    41    2 7 *    2 Va      i    37    21'*    20%      5    24    5%    5%      7    15    26%    253/4      6 112    6%    6 %      4    72    4%    4 s .      3    86    15 3 «    14%      5    18    12%    ll 7 *      6    18    20%    1934      6 270    11%    ll      5 133    14    13%      2    72    93/4    9%      9 288    9%    93*      8    5    24 3 «    24%      17    7    6%    6'2      2 192    10%    IO          M              4    Al    43*    4 s *      5    24    14%    14%      xlOl    7%    7%      22    93    4    4      6    55    323*    31%      7 651    27%    25%      5 139    15%    15 V*      6    40    213*    20      IO    61    21%    SP*      25 784    3b 3*    36 2      A    57    11 s *    11%      6 109    7%    7      5    60    173/4    17%      7    6J    8    73*      23 439    59%    57%      5    26    14%    14      4    IO    IO 3 *    103*      5 250    113*    IO 1 *      27 461    61' 2    59%      9    6    14 7 *    14%      3 537    37 V*    36%      6    35    14 s *    14      6 215    59'*    57%      6    7    25%    25      8    16    723/4    22%      6 Xl7    12%    ll 7 *      16 300    48%    47%      14    7    56’ 2    56%      7    13    18    17%          N          ll    78    76%    26’ a      4    79    ll’ a    Ii'*      4    7    7%    Vt.      5    46    133*    13%      5    6    18    17%      6    35    10%    10%      3        4' a    4      9 249    123*    12      6    22    Oft 3 *    36 j *          4    3%    3%      6 3%    543*    52%      8 249    29    28%      4    37    14%    14' a          33    13%    133*      4 173    233*    22 %      6 199    9%    9      5    94    IS 3 *    13%      6    19    543*    54%      4    5    163*    163*      A    16    15%    143*      6    78    45%    44'. 2      8    28    18%    18%      6    20    24%    233*      6 425    m e     16%      7    I    i* i    29%      I    3    26    26      6 772    93*    8%     19’z— U t6»a+ V-853* - V-7 ’ a    I  18%+ '1 121a— V. 28 3 4+ '. I6V3+  : ’i 131/4— M 16    +    Vi  13'a+ '1 313*— i?, 54’a— Ii 24' 4 — y  33% 27' 2 * 17% +  4'a—- %  12%.....  IV*  10 + 'a 2%+ 'a  203/4- 3 #   SM* ..  26 + Va  Iva.....  4%.....  l4Za—  1  a  12%+ % 20 + %  11    .....  13' J— ' 2  9%+ 'a 9%— % 24' a.....  6'j... 10%+ %  4%  14%.  15%r % 20 -I 21%— % 37’ a— % 113-a— * a 7'a+ 'a 17%+ ’4 8 + % 58V4— 3* l4'/4.....  10%..  11 — % 60’ 8  14 7  a + %  37'/4+ ’a 14 — va  58’/a+ % 25 - Vi 22%+ ’a  12 + 'a  17%  26% + 11%+  7%  13 3 ll+ 3* 17 7 a— % IO’a .  4  12Vj+ %: 3634+ 'J 3'/2— Va 54%+ Vj 28%+ '4 143*— %  13%— Va 23%— %  9' 'a— Va , 13% .. 54 a a+ Is 16%  15 + 3*  45 ’-4+ va 18%  24    +    ’a  17%...  29’a— % 26  V' a .. J     SCOAInd .60    6 4    5%    5%    5 '*—    % I      icottPap od    7 70    13%  24%    12%    13 Vt+    •I      SbdCL 1 .1 Se    4 139    24    24' / +    Va      SearleG .46    12 211    153*    14%    15'*+    1, 4       Sears I 60a    15 259    65%    64    64%+    I*      sneilOil 2.40    7 55    jy%    39%    39% +    %      ShellT 1,04e    2 13    1534*    15%    15% +    '/*      ftnerw Wm 2    7 8    32%    32  4 *    323*          SignalCo .80    2 77    17%    16%    16%    I*      Singer JI.60    5 68    25%    25    25 Va+    %      Smithkline 2    ll 54    41%    41    41 —    %      ionv Corp    ll 439    6’ a    5%    6 —    %      SCarEG 1.48    7 89    11%    ll    ll —    Ii      soCalt 1.68    5 150    17**    17%    17%— 'ti      SouthCo 1.40    5 500    10%    10%    10V«—    '*'      boNxes 1.65    6 12    36%    3a **    35%—    I* i      Sou Pac 2.24    7 43    29%    28lz    28%—    I*      Sou Ry 2.12    8 18    41%    41V*    41% + I          SperryR .76    9 185    32    293*    30% +    v«,      SquarD I IO    12 24    I/ 3 *    17    17%          Squibb .84    14 130    26 *    25%    25% +    >/*      StBrand 1.83    13 43    40%    48%    48%—    Vt      StdOilCal 2    4 678    25%    24    24%          StOiI lnd 3.20    7 196    76%    753+    76' a t    V*      StOilOh 1.36    19 190    42    41%    4t'/a+    %      StaufCh 2.20    7 7    43%    42%    423*          SterDrug 70    14 59    18%    18%    ,8+ ■  13'* +    %      Stevens 1.20    A 169    13’*    12%    %      SfuWor I 32    3 I    21%    21%    21%—    %      SunOil .98r    4 16    35%    35%    35 ”s-    %      Systron Don    4 18  T  8 60    4%    4 V*    412 +    va      Tampa E .96    11%    11%    11%-    3*      Tektronx .20    IO ii    24 3 *    24    24% +    3*      Teledvn 40t Teie+rmpt    5 112    12%    13%    13% +    %      IC6    3    2%    27* .          Telex CP    37    3%    3    3%.          Tennco 1.60    5 269    19 s *    19%    19%          TesoroP 24    3 321    15    I4 3 *    147*+    %      Texaco 2    4 344    24 %    243 a    24%          TexETr 1.70    7 42    243*    24%    243,* +    Va      Texsqlf 1.20    8 37    28%    27%    27% ..          Texlnst I    18 182    76%    74%    743/4          Textron MO    6 34    173*    17    17 —    %      Thiokol .70    Us  U»  CO    15    14%    14% +    va      ThriftDq .40    6 3    5%    5%    5%—          TimeMir .40    7 61    123/*    12%    12V*—    %      Timkn 1.80a    6 25    27 s *    27%    27'/* +    va      Todd Shipyd    IO 2    93*    9%    9%..          Trans W Air    13 49    8%    8%    I vt..          Transam .59    6 239    6%    6%    6' * .          TriCon 2.79e    85    173/*    17%    17V2 + 13'/* +    3*      TRW In 1.12    5 49    13%    13%    3*      TwenCen .20    9 45 0  5 459    6' J    6%    62 +    'a      UALInc ,37e    18%    17’ 2    17$*+    Va      UMC lnd I    4 34    IO    Va    IO +    '*      UnCarb 2.20    7 260    42%    41%    41% +    V*      Un Elec 128    8 41    11%    lls*    11%..          UnOCal 1.98    4 98    35%    34%    34%—    i/4      UPacCo 2.40    12 62    753*    73%    73%+ V*      Uniroyal .70    5 x60    7%    7%    7%    Va      UnitAircft 2    5 88    26%    26%    267* +      Unit Brands    3 12    5%    5%    5'* +    It      UnitCb .75e    5    6%    6    6'*          UnMM 1.40    3 3    15%    15%    15%— %      USGvps 1.60    6 28    17'/    17    17          US lnd .72    3 51    5%    5%    5%          US SII 2.40    5 276    45    44' z    44V2 +    'a      UniTel 1.08    8 450    13%    13%    13%+    ’*      UOP .70    6 74    16' J    16    16 +    '*      Uoiohn 96    23 697    65%    59%    59' 7— 2%      UV lnd I    3 41 21%  v-w    20%    207. +    %      Varian .20    7 2    8    Vt    7% +    '•      VendoCo ,40    ll I    43*    AU    4%—    %      Vetco Offsh    16 286    2P*    19%    19%-    %      VaEPw Ms    5 186    8%    8  s  a    8% +    ’,*      Wachova .76    6 8    14%    14' a    14% +    1,*      WarnL .84    12 206    23%    22%    22% +    ' 2      WasWP 1.48    8 6    173.    17%    17%    v.      WnAirL 40b    5 59    8%    8%    812 +      WnBnc 1.40    5 4    16%    16%    16%          WUnion 1.40    5 74    IO 3 *    IO Vi    10%+    'a      WestqEI .97    8 269    12%    12    12%—    %      Weyerhr .80    12 118    32%    31%    31% .          Whet Fry .40    7 5    IO 3 *    IO'/*    101*          Whirlpol .80    IO 26    19' 2    19    19 —    %      WhiteM .30e    A 16    11%    ll    11%+    vt      Whittaker    .. 35    1%    2%    2% .          WmsCos .40    9 86    54%    s*    53 —    1      WlnnDx 1.32    13 5    33%    33% +    it      Winnebaqo    46    5' J    53*    5%          I Wolwth 1.20    4 45 12%  X-Y-Z    12    12'« +    Va      jXeroxCo I    19 643    80%    75%    75 Vt—    3%      ZaleCorp .76    5 4    13%    13    13          ZenithR 1.52    7 88    16%    16%    16%—          Copyrighted    bv The Associated Press 1974  Produce     oats were down G cents, Sep- grades one through four tember 1.61.  CHICAGO CASH GRAIN  CHICAGO (AP) - Wheat No. 2 hard red 4 27n Tuesday; No. 2 soft red 4 25n. Corn No. ? yellow 3 67'an Oats No. I extra heavy white 1.71n. Soybeans No. I yellow 7.35n  C. R. Markefs  A more modern building also were railroad flares made is needed, he said, because the to look like explosives, community utilizes the school * >obce  * sa ‘ ( l the haul, at tin for many meetings.  wens -UUU* tnt:.. UUP..;;«uu     said    jt    js hjs  ues Moines granted an injunc-  while the bank officer twice left  undcrstanding that if the court  tion preventing the state s auxetics up the funds allocated for; iar y services law    from going  carrying J purchase of buses, the state    into effect last fall.   hc     school budget review committee    The suit has now    been amend-  left the valise ix’hind.    In    it     WQU j d rc i mbursc t he school dis-    cd to reflect the changed law,   up  trict from other sources.    and lawyers for the plaintiffs  But Sam Wiley, state depart- have asked the judges to decide  if the injunction applies to the  at 86th street and Third avenue, Meanwhile, Culvers Kepubli-  was  ^ b( , | ar g Cs t j n  the area  can opponent for U.S. senator, j since a Westchester county bank State Rep. David Stanley, is- was held up for $236,000 in Sep-  Manhattan Savings Bank office I  m ^ nt of  P ubbc  instruction con-  sultant, doesn t see things that  new law in e panel nas not  way     acted on that request.  Amended Act  ‘prices paid Monday (or the "" V "’ S  , ,he Nor ' h 1 Jako,a |minutes without batting an eye. bulk of country and plant de- ' "’ocratic party has an- even though Hie woman was out livered butchers weighing 200  n °anccd it is rejecting all pres-'of his sight in the vault twice to 230 lbs., depending on grade 1  sure group campaign contribu-  aab cou ] b ba ^ sounded the and condition were $38.25-$38.75. tions.  Packing sows 300 lbs. down  alarm either time.  The reason she didn't, police He suggested Culver should • said> was that she was l00   Mo gisiraie Court  Butchers over 230 lbs are 50c f°i* ow tbat  example, chargingjscared the robber would carry off for each IO lbs, to 250; over  that ,h e Cedar Rapids Demo-!nut his threat 250. 75c for each IO lbs. to 270; {erat has accepted contributions  over 270 lbs., $1.00 off for each from 29 pressure groups in the  wa ^Led up to the officer, Kafh-  additional IO lbs, of weight. Packers are 25c off for each weight grade from 300-360 lbs..  current campaign.  lbs. and 75c off each i5%t'% £T a de above 500 lbs.  weight  City Briefs  CATTLE MARKET  Choice and prime steers Choice and prime heifers  Good steers ......  Good heifers  $44 50 $46.50 I $42.5o-$44.5c i resident  In Hospital — Gladys Eda- she said the vault was closed, burn, a former Cedar Rapids  ne  told her that she could set  and a recent visitor  s4o.5o%43.5o I here, is a patient at Waterman   4  Standard and    utility    steers .    $37.50-$39.50 /.. noPa |    UncnUol    TP 1 ..otic    P’lo   1  Standard and    utility    heifers    $35.50-$38.50 I General    Hospital,    iVUStlS,    ria.  * Doaf rAui.    Cli AA fOO Art  Beef cows  $24 OO-$28. OO $23,00 $27.00 $74.0O-J7P.00  $23.00-$27.00 $24.50 $27.50 ! Adv  *e anH hnir i * AVA V .  Owe $90,060  The 1974 legislature allocated “We owe $90,000 for those $2.2 million for purchase of buses-,” Wiedersberg said, “and  otle  buses for transporting private;the state better bail us out of  for 20 : school students, and an addi-| this. There’s no way these vendors will sell on a ‘cheerfully refund your money’ basis. It is my understanding that if they tie up all the funds, the state will reimburse us from other sources.”  The school    district    received;  Man Is Sentenced for permission from the state budg-  Aiminq Gun at Police I* 1 ’.  rcv '™ committee earlier  3     this month to purchase nine  Russell Williams, 2621 John-  used  buses for transporting prison avenue NW, pled guilty ; Va te school students.  Monday in magistrate's court    to    - We acted    in gooc [    faith. We  the boons exnlosives and Hp-  3 charge    of  P° intin S  a    gun    at     had an obligation to fulfill,”  (Handed $200,000 in cash.  when |onother and was sentenced to 30 wiedersberg said.  days in the county jail.    The    budget    review    committee  He was    charged with    pointing;earlier this    month    approved  a gun at Dennis Rupe and [purchase of 144 buses by 47 Merle Spicer, two Cedar Rapids i school districts at an estimated  cost of $1,973,289.  Couldn't Sav  Police said the man had  leen Stephenson, with a request I for a mortgage loan. Then he j opened the valise, displaying  Cutter cows .......  Commercial cows  Bulls ............I  (Yield grade 4 overfat steers and heifers are discounted $5 per cwt. and yield grade 5 are discounted $10 per cwt.)  (Wasty and gobbv overfat steers are si and $5 less per IOO lbs. than regular commercial ccws.)  FEEDER CATTLE Tuesday's quotations from Lamson Bros  its time lock to open in 15 min utes — which she did Police said he spent part of | P° bc e officers the 15-minute wait alternatively  Best Rental Rents The Best.-  te,lin g  her to rema *n calm and  repeating his threats.  * Ae *    When    the    vault opened, she  Two Found Guilty     WUey     ^     he     ^     not    defi .  On Assault Counts nitely say one way or the other  Two men have been found school budget review committee will reimburse the local  Water Ski Stolen   Tom VT a - scooped up stacks of money  chon 26 of 119 Thirtv-eiehth  without counti "g it. Police said. guilty in magistrate's court on mittee win reimburse me local  stree \ ne told police that a $95  Most was in  hard-to-trace $50 charges of assault and battery, school districts for buses if the  I water ski was taken Monday     b * bs «    hut    $50,000    was    in  August  Septembre    3 4 40    34.95  POULTRY  Iowa live hens, light type, prices un- i his driveway changed. Offerings and trading increased. '  Supplies barely adequate. Demand good.  Undertone steady. Commercial flocks I 5%-6%c, mostly 6-6%c.  GRAIN  No. I yellow corn, $3.39 No, I yellow soybeans, $7.00 38 lb. cats, $1.65.  Tuesday prices delivered.  SHEEP  Genuine spring lambs, 90-110 lbs.,  $36.00 $38.00. Lower graded lambs severe-  morning from a boat parked in  from the Federal Reserve.  Al*  Rent an Amana from Buresh Rental, 7 days a week.—Adv.  Rodney Smith, 1917 Western easily traced $100 bills delivered drive NW, was found guilty  Monday and fined $50 and costs. He was charged with assaulting Pam Bliss on May 31.  Joe Sehla, 1418 Hamilton street SW, paid a $10 fine and  the law  Radarange Chief, Council Meet  Behind Closed Doers  fund 4 - are tied up or held unconstitutional.  “If there’s an injunction on the funds, it wouldn’t come out of the $2.2 million for buses or the $2.2 million for operations,” he said.  Wiley said the committee  *    *    *     Cedar Ra PMs Police Chief “sis Monday. He was charged ^  wou|d n0( have  „  Money (.one - Elaine N. Wallace LaPeters met behind *''J assaulting Pauline Haden- ^  (  >  unds reimburse the  Lode, 18. of 1500 Oakland road closed doors with the city coun-  feldt on June 26 -NE, told police she found $50 cil Tuesday morning about what  IOWA FARM EGGS    I    •    •    l    u    .    a     4   des Moines jpryicp 6  repm-ted "prices!     w , hen    sh e    returned    to     was     termed    a    “personnel    mat-  marREi news ocTvac rcpurieu FHWLS I    I____I    L    i    JI    Cl  mostly unchanged Demand generally pick Up H knapsack She had leit tor. *  CenH**per dozen, at farms, cases r*x- C3S‘ Monday afternoon, chanoed quality and volume incentiv*    ^    At    j*.  Grade A 41-46c. mostly 45c. Grade A medium, 32-35c, mostv 34-35c.  Other farm eggs: Grade A lq Whole- ter, 30-38c, mostly 31c; Grade A r ace-122-30c, mostly 22-26c; Grade B  Iowa's open meetings law permits closed meetings on subjects which involve hiring and  Machinists To Vote On Contract Offer  Members of Machinist local  NEW YORK PRODUCE  NEW YORK (AP) (USDA) -salt egg offerings of large fully quale medium short. Demand good tor j 14-30c, mostly 22-24c. mediums; slow to fair on large Tuesday.  Whites: Fancy large 56-59 Fancy medium 49-51. Fancy smalls 38 41.  Butter: Creamery, 93 Score AA 69'z-70 cents; 92 Score A 69 69'j  school districts for the cost of those buses.  “The committee has already spent $650,000 of the $1,250,000 allocated to it by the legislature, and that’s all that’s available to it. I wouldn’t want to say yes or  ill  JOLIET LIVESTOCK  Iowa Hoes  DES MOINES (AP) (USDA) — Estimated receipts Tuesday at Iow’a and southern Minne-  Adv.  * * *  Tools and Parts Taken  Mn* putKiuK plains, important  f )  ,    , mntnrevrlp mrts  concentration yards and buy  1001 D0X ana m0l0rc ycie parts  stations 70,000; week ago 77,-I valued together at $425 and two!T wn  D nwc  pharo-orl  OOO; year ago 57,000. Butchers bicycles valued together at $265    -    *    villi    JPQ  50 to 75 lower, instances 1.00 ■    *  H h n  ,  r A n knn  no  lower. Movement rather slow, °^ ned D >  L>ar >‘  L  Allison. 23. demand only fairly good. Sows of Summer Circle NE, were re-1  “If they try to run this $2  Joliet, iii (UPI) — Cattle sc,- not sola packing plants, important enough sales to establish trend.  Hogs 1,000; steady to 5C lower; No. 1-3 200-240 lb 3V.50-40.00; No. 1-3 240-260 lb 39.00-39 kl; consignment No. 2-3 215 lb 39 00: No. 2-4 285 lb 37.50 Wednesday's estimate: 2,500 cattle, 1,-C0D hogs.  tion.  Safety Commissioner James  becn     bn    IO    a.m.    at    ^    ^ ^    ^    ^      _    _  Steinbeck said the meeting in- -^ ac hinist hall, 3224 First ave-  m j]ij on  f or  buses out of what’s 'volved resignations and hiring.  nue  NE. The proposal will be j e ^    ^ be j r  allocation, they’ll  explained after which a vote  rea „  jnl roblems » will be taken.     wijey said  „ A of   About 160 workers went on  b  strike at Cedar Rapids Fmgi neering Aug. I following expira  After Joyride, Crash  Two boys. aged 12 and 13,  3 143 7 75 9 22 7 20  5 47  4 21  6 25 IO 40 14 68  6 70  6 168 8 26  9 141  8 44  9 21 124  5 25  5 22 34  4    5 17 365 7 77  6 209 I? 74 13 178  5 252  6 113 15 412 ll 128  185  9  15%  18%  17%  16%  7%  29  16%  M3*  36  20% 16% 18'J  17 a  13%  3  23%  11%  I 7 *  5%  55%  17%  18%  43%  8%  15  18%  I/’*  16%  7  28%  16%  37%  35%  20%  16%  18%  17%  13%  2%  223*  11%  1%  5%  52%  173*  17%  423*  8%  15%  18%-  17%    .... „ _________ ____  16%— % MCO 1,300 lb' 47.00-48.00; mixed good and 7 — 3, choice 45.00-47 50: heifers choice 850-1,100 29    lbs 44,50-4575; mixed good and choice  16%— %j 42.50-45.00.  37%— 3*    _____  36 + 3.*  sioux SI city C (Ip) L, (u E sd T ^ K - Hogs 5L ea , dy to 25 lower ’  ins tances ported stolen during the last I were arrested about 5 am. [tion of the old agreement.  zs^Iovverl^u*^* v3*Ki^6o a i f b*'387579.75^ I Count'ry points - U.S. 1-3     The Uems were taken lTuesday morning after they ap-    *    *    *  sows steady, u s i-3 330-360 tbs 3i.oo  2 00-230 lb 37.25-37.30; 230-250 ^ rom an  unlocked portable shed parently took a joyride in a car Members of the Hotel, Res-  to Ca 5o‘%ig?£r ; ; Taught  S c>«;^ 36.75- 37 .2 5 ; 250-270^b 35.75- while he was on vacation, ac-!belonging to Gene P. Mick. 2803 taurant and Bartenders union at  '     ■    •3" (WX. „    nnn    ooh    n>.    on    -c     CQrc Ji n g    AJliSQIl.  12  44% 44%  10% 17 2794 243b 7 IS 15% 5 47 223*  27% 25% 36% 353,  11% 42% 43' *  93*  213*  15%  22%  853,  20% .... 16%  18%— Va 17%+ %  13' a— % 3 + % 23% f % 11%+ % 13/*  5%+ % 533*  17 — % 18%+ % 473* .... 26 — 3* 35%— % 11 %— % 43% +1 % 43%+ % IO + % 22%—  37.00;    sows    270-330    lh    29.75-  30.50,    330-400 lb 29.25-30.00.  Packing plants—U.S. 1-3, 200-230 lb 37.50-38.00; 230-250 lb 37.25-37.75;    250-270    lb    36.25-  37.50;    sows    270-330    1b    30.00-  131.00; 330-400 lb 29.50-30.25.  Falbrook drive NE.    the Roosevelt hotel continue on  *    *    Mick    had    left    his    car    unlocked    strike. They struck Aug. I fol-  Beauticians — booth space with the keys in the ignition, ac- lowing the end of a three-year rent. June's Beauty Nook, 1 cording to the police report. The contract.  for 377-7157.  Adv.  Riley Asks Increase In Earnings Ceiling  DYERSVILLE - Congress'    Waterloo    Hoes  I WATERLOO—Butchers were S'hould raise the ceiling on the 50c lower and sows were steady  amount of wages a social seen-  rity recipient can earn without No. 2 sows weighing 300 lbs. rd, Fairfax, died Monday after a curfew violations and released drivers’’ rates per mile, will ex  the  districts could cancel their orders at this stage. The bus companies have not gone that far in the last two weeks.” “The committee had to go ahead, or be considered not doing their duty. As long as school was going to start, the buses had to be bought.  “We held public hearings on  two youths wrecked the car at the corner of Edgewood road 238 at Cedar Rapids Steel and Johnson avenue NW while Transportation Co. have reattempting to elude police. turned to work. The new agree-The boys were charged with ment. which calls for both hour-  „ .    .    „    ,    . July 25 about the law lf some-  Members of Teamsters locally  was going t0  ^  donc   Services Thursday for Paul L. Petrik, 51  FAIRFAX — Paul L. Petrik. larceny of a motor vehicle and ly  about it, it should have been done on July 26.  “We held hearings again on  I , Aug. 5 and Aug. 12. At no time wage improvements and ,  did they seem to stir up much  losing social security benefits. S3o.oo-$3(>.50. according to State Senator Tom  brief illness.  Born in Cedar Rapids Sept.  to their parents.  pire June 30, 1976.  POSTVILLE BEEF  POSTVILLE The Postville beef market __    ,  Riley. Republican candidate for,!->«•*-    ;25, 1922. he lived in Fairfax  15     6 119    ll    10%      6 ICS    nit    13%      A    2    4' *    4'*      A    13    A A    4' a      I    5 70    20%    203      8    31    48 l *    47%      12    7        ?%      U    25    20%    20%      42    8    73*    7%          R              14    95    34’*    33’ J      4    2    11%    11%      3    47    7%    7%      9    IO    28%    28' 2      6 361        12%      8    59    17%    16%      5 316    15%    15%      4    64    24'*    233*      5    7    6 •    6      13    83    48' •    46      7 150    43%    43 1  a      4 157    18%    18      IO    61    15%    15%      5    57    233*    72%      6    7    113*    11%      7    26    IO 3 *    9%      3    71    7838    27 s *      9    25    13    12%          J              9 171    343*    34      6    78    34%    33 s *      5    7    7571    25' a      7    27    26    253*      5    IO    3%    3%      6 283    26 s *    2ft      8    62    16 s *    15%      2? 446    47%    Af- ■■ A      3    43    IC H    IO'*     __  rw     $45.00-$47 OO; choice steers $45.00-$47.00;  15 «+ % nrtnorncc    from    th<‘    Second    dis-  904x1 s,eers  *35.00-$38.00; standard steers    years.  22% +% congress    iruni    int    oetoiiu    UIS I ia3.03-$35 00; choice heifers $44 00-$46 OO;    I  He was married to the former  1014— % trict.  13%— %    .    .  Addressing an education ™    ,    forum sponsored bv the Senior frozen pork bellies  48%+Hb    +     J     Tuesday's quotations from Lamson Bros  s"    Citizens of Dubuque county at    close  20 7 s+ % '    ....    i    u    I    August    56.45  7%    Beekman high school, here,    February    55.75   331(i     , 8     Riley said “the present law set-    May  !}•;+ ■: ting a w/.ge ceiling of $2,400 per     0 „„ E " 0    MFAT ,  ?p *+ % year is both unrealistic and dis- yesterday's quotations UMH* criminatory.  15%+ %  good heifers $38.00-$40 OO, utility cows $70 OO $25 OO. canners and commercial _  cows $20 oo $25.00, buiis $30 oo-$34.oo Dorothy Bartos in Cedar Rapids  May 20, 1946, and was employed by Link-Belt Speeder where he  Prey. .....  55 lo, worked in the engineering of-5J 47 fice. Petrik was a veteran of  55.35  Ray Names Man to State Agency  55.92  56.95  DES MOINES Ray has named  World war II and belonged to  Th f M ,  y as hjs  on the ,  the Pekomy post 572 in F airfax.    i     ndp   Second district appointee to the  DES MOINES (AP) — Beef trad*  ?lcw. demand ranging fair to good with; good grade beef in best demand; limited Wile,  Surviving in addition to his   J x>n+ % “Tile Ceiling is unrealistically 'ates ^choice 1 " Steer beef mostly steady  43%+ 7 18% ...  1S%—  arc  a daughter. Donna newly-created Iowa state histor-  mem   Gov. Robert Sanford Museum in Cherokee, Dr. Richard  a lso will serve as archeologist new board.  r the law passed by the 1974 legislature, the new depart-   t . .  Ani rSWrste^ c U^i^^d^| Elaine, Fairfax, and two sons, I teal beard, it was announced I low since the retired person,3. 500-boo tbs 71.co-73.0c. 8co9cc lbs 70 „ .    ,    ,  *    .    ,    *    .I,    20-71    oo;    heifer    beef    choice    5(o-7cc    lbs    Richard Michael, Fairfax, and Monday.  , cannot make ends meet on the yield arad? 3 and A, /LCG, yield grade  n  . ,     n  ,  r , J   1 3 71.00-/1 so..    Paul    James, Cedar Rapids 7 ; a Thomas.  merges the present Department of History and Archives, headquartered in Des  opposition until lately.” Wiley  said.  Will Honor  Norman Lipsky, president of the Cedar Rapids Community school board, said the impression he received from the state school budget review committee was that the state would honor any commitments made by local school districts if the funds appropriated in the law are tied up by the court.  “Since the legislature has appropriated funds to be disbursed for that purpose, any commitments local school districts  ??;•. :: present social security payment,’ rkSfTpSk cut tr«* ,m., «w. nm. I““"vlVT '“T " ;omas - associate professor -Moines, toe State Historical So-  mad( ,  as a resutt 0 ,  tho  | aw  Sri* schedule even with supplement-SA? b ™ ,hcr '  Robort '  <,rce "  1 ' 0rcsl ' history and campus minister,atty cl Iowa and the Division of  wou!d bavc t0 be honort , d bv lhe   ii I ai 1 - , •    1    rf.,-,    %nd    up    IOC    higher;    bellies    50-150    high-    .ArK.    I    f'nrnp"    “    *    *  13 + %f mu hiq incflmi' hv $2 4(H).    !«r    !    Icollie  Services at Brosh chape  34' * +  34% T 25 7 » ♦-26 +1 3% + 26’*— 16'* + 47% + 10%-  ing his income by $2,4(H)  “The wage ceiling is also dis- !b L   Loins 7C IL s' 42 50-43 OC,  jnd up 52 50; 8 lbs and  picnics 6-8 up 4100;  ‘I! college, will also'Historic Preservation, both serve as the architectural histo- headquartered in Iowa City.  criminatory since it does notliKV 3 ™     < SSf’bHii“|9‘ dar . Ra P ids *    Thursday    at    1:30.    nan    on    the    new    board.    His    term    The    law    charges    the    governor    te  state,” Lipsky said he was told by the budget review commit-  pply to income of social securi-lssqt^hVu  1 5^.oo'’ 0 i 0 6-ia 2 tbs ¥soo s7  ut l’ r i ( ' nds  may call at the chapel expires June 30,1976.   |bs 54 Q0  2Q 25 lbs 45 JO  tv recipients which is realized from investments.”  after noon Wednesday. There Ray also appointed a  e.  with appointment of six if buses are new j members of the new 12-member law is found  bought anil the unconstitutional,  LIVESTOCK FUTURES  CHICAGO GRAIN QUOTATIONS     OPE    N    HIGH    LOW    CLOSE    BREV. CL      4 30        4.35%    4 Ti    4.23    4 21      A AA    -4.45    4 %    4.3 7    4 37    4.46      V53    -4 54    4 6ft    4 49    A 49    4 56      +49    •4 53    4 64*    4 41    4.41    4 53      164    •3 6*    3 67' a    3.54%    3 54%*    365      156    -3.19    161    348    3 48a    3 59      3.61' t    »? 62%    3.65%    3.52%    3.52' j*    3.62      3.62    -363    3 67    3.533^    3 52% a    3.63'      I 45        I 67%    1.61    Itta    I 67      I 72        I 74    1.68'a    I ffl .a    1.75      I 77        I 78%    1.73    I 73a    1.79      7 40        7.46    7 28    7 29    J 48      7.35    ■7.39    I 49%    7 26' 1    7. 26’ id    7.50      7 41    7 44    7 Si    7.30%    7 30' aa    7 SO      7.45    *7. ‘9    7 54    7 35%    7 35%a    7 55'      7.49' /        7.50    7.39'a    7 39’/a    7 62        CHICAGO    (AP)    - Futures    trading      Tuesday:        Close    Prev.      Live Beef    Cattle              August        48 45    47 55      October        46 25    45 90      December        44,80    41 35      February        44 75    43.95      April        45 55    44.75      June        46.70    45.70      August        46 80    45.30      Live Hogs                  August ....        39.50    39 35      October ...        37 50    36 60      December        39 95    38.75      February        42 97    41 60      April        ..... 42.55    41.05      June .....        45 20    43.65      July        46.50    45.00      August        45.50    44.05     will be military graveside ser- board member Iron each of the board, with one from each of Lipsky said the legislature could  'ive congressional dis- the six congressional districts appropriate funds in January to  Fairfax.  Youth Charged with Drug Law Violation  tricts as follows;    and with the qualification that pay the districts for the buses.  First — William Weaver. Wa- one of his appointees must be The buses could not be used for polio, to term expiring June 30, an historian, one an archetto- busing the private school stu-  ; gist and one an architectural (dents, how ever.  Priscilla Wanatee,! historian.  19/a. Third  “The legislature would have  A 15-year-old Cedar Rapids Tama, to term expiring June 30. The other six members of the to do something. It could hardly  boy was arrested Monday night [ 1975 and charged with possession of controlled substances.  new- board are to be elected, one expect districts to sit with un-Fourth — George Mills, Des from each congressional dis- necessary buses or bills that Moines, to term expiring June I trict. The method of election is; they don’t have the funds to  were found in  46 00-47 (Kl. top 47.00; bulk (writers 45 00 44 OO top 46 CO; ccws 18 OO 23 OO; bulls  2/ OO 31.00  Hobs MOO; butchers 75-100 lower; hulk butchers 37.75-38 25, top 38 50; rows steady, bulk 30 00 31 00, top 32 50; light , weight hoers 33.50-34.00.  22 0022 50  heavyweight j  buR , au and   Wednesday's estimate: 300 cattle, 1,000. ivimrvtv hogs    |    polenta.  Hashish,    marijuana    and    a    30, 1976. Mills also will be the    to be determined by the gover- pay,” he said  (large    quantity    of    unidentified    designated historian on the new    nor’s appointees, under a recent  the board.  Fifth — Thelma Heflin. Harlan, to term expiring June 30,    have become operative last July j Allied fora  1977.    I but the former agencies have: from those in    the    north  Sixth — Dr. Duane Anderson,    been “keeping store” until the moved rapidly    ahead  WEBSTER CITY LIVESTOCK  WEBSTER CITY (AP) — Central Iowa,    ,  Stockyards trading Tuesday. Cattle 200; |capSUlCS steers and heifers 25 lower on earlier  1   trade, late trade ^*>75    hulk steers yOllthS possession, according to  police.  He was confined in the county jail, processed by the youth  attorney general’s opinion.    30    YEARS    AGO    Less    than*  The n e w department was to 350 airline miles separated the  released to his Cherokee, to term expiring June governor’s appointments 30, 1977. Dr. Anderson, with the made.  in southern France is they for a  were union that would split France in two longitudinally.  t   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 155+ million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

10 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 10 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 155 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 19 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication