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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 24, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Dow Dips Below 708; 4-Year YORK iAi'i ii i-.-, ;i Icaclini; imlicaiur i.f pr niaiiri- ,.ii ilk- Nnv York Slock. K.xchaiijx slid I78.'t points Fri- day iJ.'ifiiii) UH'ifT 7lili SIIKV July !i, 1S7U. II was al-u lay (Imp in Ijlue dnp ham-! iiu-lcr in nearly seven v.wks.l I lie juain scllinji targets i-on-i liiwi'il In he issues, whirl] one aiialysl now calls "forniiT glamours." The NYSIO coniposile index. a more Im.aclly based inarkcl index, fell li.fifi Io a rec- ord low since ii was established in present form nine years ago. i .Selling pressure was mode-- rate, with volume totaling million shares. Analysis continued to blame! pervasive concern over infla- tion, lii.nh interest rates and, lack of confidence in the ecu-' noniv. C. R. Markets j Prices paid on the Cedar Rap-1 ids hog market Saturday were steady. Prices paid Friday for the bulk of country and plant de- livered butchers weighing 200 to 230 Ibs., depending on grade and condition were Packing sows 300 Ibs. 'down were Butchers over 230 Ibs. are 50c off for each 10 Ibs. to 250; over 250, 75c for eacli 10 Ibs. to 270; over 270 Ibs., SI.00 off for each additional 10 Ibs, of weight. Packers are 25c off for each weight grade from 300-360 Ibs., 50c off each weight grade to 500 Ibs. and 75c off each weight grade above 500 Ibs. CATTLE MARKET Choice nnd prime steers .....S44.00-i4fi.oo Choice and prime heifer? S42 00-S44 00 Gocd steers ..................S41.00-s44.00 Good heifers .................S40.00-SO.CO Standard and utility steers ..S37.00-S39.00 Standard end utility heifers S35.00-S38 00 Beef cows ...................S23.50-S27.50 Utility cows ..................S22.50-S26.50 Cutter cows ................S23.50-S27.50 Commercial cows S22.50-526 50 Bulls .......................S24.00.S27.00 (Yreld grade 4 overfat steers and heif- ers are discounted S5 per cwt. and yield grade 5 are discounted Sto per cwt.) (Wssty and gobby overfat steers are S3 and S5 less per 100 Ibs. than regular com- mercial cows.) FEEDER CATTLE Friday's quotation; from Lamson Market News CHICAGO GKAIN QUOTATIONS Furnished by Lamson Brothers oi-Lii HIGH i cwi 'l Gazette Classified Want Ads "The Inr f Personals I lie Cedar Kaiwls Gazette: August 24, 1974 jMusic bane i n-j-1 ul o ring 42 Help 44 Help Wonted_________ PART TIME OPENINGS GOODYEAR I ANNOUNCEMENTS IMPERIAL ENTERPRISES 8 Mortuaries Monuments Cemetery Lett Lost Found 01 loiro interest Prev. 32. JO 30.92 September 3l 40 October .....................31.40 SHEEP Genuine spring lambs, 90-HQ Ibs., S35.CO-S37.00. Lower graded lambs severe- ly discounted. GRAIN No. 1 yellow corn, S3.J5. Mo. 1 yellow soybeans, 57.36. 38 Ib. oats, SI.60. Friday prices delivered. POULTRY Iowa live hens, light type, prices most- ly unchanged. Offerings arid Irading liglit. Supplies fully adequate. Demand gener- ally fair. Undertone barely steady. Com- mercial flocks mostly 6c. IOWA FARM EGGS DES MOINES 'r- Ttie Federal-State Market News Service reported incentive prices mostly 2-3c higher. Oilier farm eggs mostly unchanged to 2c higher. Graded demand generally good. Supplies adequate lo occasionally short. Under- lone fully steady. Cents, per dozen, at farms, cases ex- changed quaiiy and volume incentive Grade A, mostly 40c. Grade A medium, 35-4QC, mostly 39-40c. Other farm eggs; Grade A Ig. cr bet- ter, 32-39c, mostly 33-35c; Grade A me- dium 22-35c, mostly 24-26c; Grade B large 15-35c, mostly 2J-26c. Kcullel c. I ii--' investors Inc. L.TV Corj) cornm....... Corp. ;.Aid-Amt-rii..l Inc.'. O.Mrk Quaker o'ais Ran, Rockwell Unilctl Fire Casually CHICAGO CASH GRAIN CHICAGO (AP) Wheat No. 2 tiai d d.Jir'jn; ho. 2 soft red Corn No. 2 yellow 3.701 jn. Oais No. 2 extra heavy white 1.7In. Soybeans No. 1 yellow 7.-i9n. LIVESTOCK FUTURES CHICAGO (APl-Fulures tradin tjny: Close Live Beef October December February April August Live October December February April June July .37.40 ....39.55 .43.75 ....43.80 ....J5.75 .47.25 43.20 Prev. 44.32 42.75 42.32 43.52 44.70 4525 36.20 33.00 42.55 42.50 44.25 46.00 43.20 Programs I Get Okay from i I Services Board; The Linn county bourd of so-! services approval Fri-j jdiiy to three new program con-! and R'commencled that! the board of supervisors enter into agreements Io get federal j funding for them. j The Eden day care center is! scheduled to reopen Sept. 1 Fees for 15 children will be: picked up by county and federal I funds. Crest Croup home, for func-; linnally retarded individuals. I will begin to obtain federal! funding Sep. 1. The home can I accommodate nine men and nine women. I And funding will in October be available for residents of the Hillcrest-YWCA group home for women. This home can accom- modate eight women with men- tal problems. MURPHY EMPLOYMENT H: S.E. 364-6195 44______Kelp AUTO PARTS NEW CAR POLISH cu 0
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