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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 10, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 Financial and Market News Commodity  ttf    Interest    PriCesUt  Mocks Mark lime    ut..-™—  NEW YORK (Alo — Prices  floated slightly lower in the ( ._ ------  stock market Tuesday as Wall recent days.  Street paused for a breather! ciold and  frAm ti'*     A *     1   The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Tuesday, Sept. in, 1074    |9  Prices I sometimes confusing and erratic vacillations of the market in    -1 v,uiu dim silver stocks were  from the sharp twists and tunisian exception to the general  of the last two weeks.    jsluggishness, sliding sharply for  I he 2 p.m. Dow Jones I the second straight day.  average was dawn 2.74 at 660.20 ' H ome s take Mining was down and losers led gamers about 5 to  4%; ASA, Ltd., fell 7Mc Dome Mines was down 4'h and Campbell Red Uke lost 3 Va.  , Magnavox was the Big Board investor had stepped  vo j ume  leader, unchanged. A  to wait, following 'he 221,600-share block traded.  ^    ^    +    The NYSE index showed an  ll decline at 36.35.  Ups and Downs    The American Stock Exchange  3 on the New York Stock Exchange. Trading was quiet.  Analysts said it appeared many back  new york ap)—The following list j index was down .34 at 66.59.  shows the stocks that have gone up the!  most and down, the most based oni ~    .........  percent of change on the New York Stock Exchange regardless of volume.    ,  Net and percentage changes are the i difference between yesterday's closing i price and today's last price.     (From Lamson Brothers)      Am Ins. Fund    3.34- 3 65      Am. Rein    12%- 12%      Banda?    24      Banks of Iowa    21%- 22%      Beatrice Foods    14%      Conrac    17%      Consolidated Foods    17%      FMC    I?' I      FMIC    3%- 4%      Guardsman I 5/16- 2      Harnischfgr    21      Hawkeye BanCorp    7’V 7' j      Health Mngmnt. Services    l%- 2      Interstate P.    IIM      Iowa Electric    IO      Iowa III Gas    IO      John Deere ........    30%      Kidde comm..........    10%      Keuffel A Esser    12%- 13      Lite investors, Inc.    4% - SM      LTV Corp......    8%      Mapco comm.    15%      Maytag    20%      McCord Corp. ...........    9' i      Mid-America    3 55- 3 88      Mid-Continent, Ind    2%- 2%      Miracle    3%- 4'+      Ozark    3'*      Paxatl, Inc............    No trades      Ouaker Oats    13' j      Rath    3%      Rockwell    22%      Svniex    34%      United Fire A Casualty    IYH- 16 ‘ 4      Univar    13      Victor Corp.    6' *      Winnebago    4%     Defendant Admitted Arson At Prairie School: State  HoerW ,15h  UPS '    (Hoff Elctrn  Holiday .32 13 6| HollySuq 2 i/cjHomestk la to cl Honywll 1.40 loo HouseFin I to o I HousLP 148  1  Howmet I     Last    Net    Ret.      3%    + %    Up 13.6      2%    + %    Ud Lz.S      I Vt    + M    Up 125      5 1  j    + M    Up 10.0      2 Tit    + %    Up IO 0      DOWNS          Last    Net    Pct.      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There    *    *    *    I p.m. at United Methodist John H. Westphall signed ajdicated willfulness and mali-  also appeared to be some liqui- Sitter: Live-in, 3 small chil- church, Marion.    statement admitting setting the piousness.  dJRion of positions held by longs  drcn ' 393 ' M *’ 3 I 7 ' 57 , 3l ' _AdV '    .    * *    *    i    fire at Prairie high school, an as- ! Taking of testimony in lh*  lin advance of tho icrieulture /■ L j .,    .     un     -ames    resume I  s j s , an , county attorney declared  ( a ' se  3 yn a '' ( ‘ r ' 'he opening  tinv,inc or inc agriculture G ar  Entered — Patricia A.    American Legion, Post 298,    .    statements Monday    afternoon  (lepartmcnt crop report to be High, 2121 North Towne court Marion. Every Wed. night 7:30-  in <m  °P c>nin 8 statement ^* on *I an d continued Tuesday, issued Wednesday.    I    NE,    Monday    reported a tape IO beginning Sept. ll. — Adv. day in the arson trial of the 27    *    *    *  At the close, soybeans wen P^y cr an( ^  a  ^ am cra taken    *    *    *    year-old Alburnett man.    Selected to serve as jurors  unchanged to 5 l >  lower Sep    ^ a **    residence.    C.R. Chess Club — Organiza- However the defense atter- Monday in the Linn district  tember 7.27; Chicago wheat was!^ 10  " ems  valued at $9+ lion;,! meeting will be hold.     jn  ^     g statemcnt  court of Judge William    Eads  down Ii Se atom ber 4 ‘>8 then    I hursday at 7 p.m. at 330 Seven-    were John ll. Hannen,    Raymond  was not trade in Gulf hard red  YW(:A  Rummage Sale: Wed-    teenth street SE. Those interest-     said    ,he case    was    not    as     °P en     Rompot, Edna L. Iacitnor, Wil-  wheat; corn was down 4W, Sop-  nesda y  5 * 8 - Thursday 9-5—Adv.    ed may telephone 362-2287. land    shut    as    the    state    made    it    ]j am  w. Tackcnberg,    John C.  tember 3.43; oats were 3* to 6    ♦    ♦    *    #    ♦    *    appear. He indicated evidence Friz, John C. Thomas, Robert  lower September I 75 l 4>    fires    Cut    Katherina    Gra-|    Rent    an    Amana    Radarange     ma y show, on cross-examina- E Drahozal, and Joseph C.  zier, 1602 F avenue NW. Mon-1 from Buresh Rental, 7 days a  Uon of stat(J , s witnesscs that  Green, all of Cedar Rapids; chicago CASH grain day reported two tires on her week —Adv.    Paul L. Erickson, Hiawatha;  4.Mn 1  ^uetdavt P No. 2^**3’red 4 2 30n f rcd i car were cut whi,c '  at hcr rcsi '    *    *    *     he |M '  ma V been caused  0r j an  Q  (ire jj^ Marion; Mike S.  com No. 2*yellow 3.53%n,     1     donee.    The    damage was es*I The Giftree. Save IO percent by spontaneous combustion.    Shefelbine, Coggon, and Alma  on personalized Christmas cards The assistant county attorney p, pYeeman, Center Point. during September, 700 7th St. SE said Lf. Phil Saunders of the  A | tcrnatc jurors are Tony  I- Adv.    ire    department had determined  u h and Kejth K Cargin .  jr „  ^    *    that    the fire was the result of  Oats No. 2 <*xtra heavy white 184'Vt. Soybeans No. I yellow 7,22'/in.  timated at $100  ♦ *    ♦  Best Rental Rents The Rest.  —Adv.  ♦ *    *  C. R. Markets  Prices paid on the Cedar    _________ .....___  Rapids hog market Tuesday! Speakers Taken - Corinne Lotion will be held Wednesday at were lower.    Helgerson. 1846 A avenue NE, 7:30 p.m. at First Trust and  Prices paid Monday for the J Monday reported two speakers, Savings bank, 1820 First avenue  Coin Club — A quarterly auc- arson  Packing sows 300 were $28.00-$28 50.  lbs. down  from her car while  items were valued at $73.  Investigation  However, the defense attorney i said it may be shown that the investigation was not complete  ribs,  ♦ * *  Shampoo living room $11 95, Butchers over 230 lbs. are 50cjbedroom $8.95. Diamond Car-) off for each IO lbs., to 250; over pet 366-6226 —Adv 250. 75c for each IO lbs. to 270;    *    *    *  over 270 lbs., $1.00 off for each! Clothes Taken  shrimp and chicken.\ in i m p°rt a nt factors, he: Members of Machinist local Served Wednesdays 6 to 9 p.m.; 8 *' 4 ; such as whether other per-  a ,  Square D Co m Cedar   Stickney’s Scoreboard. Marion.! s071s m / V  ave se e  l7 '‘- Rapids went on strike and set -Adv.    * hm :    ,; 1  , s ' arlpd and oxact| 7 up picket lines Tuesday at 7  * * *     ou    1 s ar ’    a.m. following expiration of a  Job Talk — Harold Ewoldt. One question to be considered two-year agreement.  Linda John- c^mber of Commerce generally the jury, he said, will be Machinist union members  both of Cedar Rapids.  One Square D Union Rejects Offer, Strikes  'n’    ptrkers'aJ 11  9- lbS ' ii^r '• vc| S h J-1 !ff4 * 7  ^ ^'■ en u</ NK Monday man a ge r . will speak on employ-!wticthcr Westphall set fire to  ll' . hi j 5    .    »     e     reported    clothes valued at SIU  ment  opportunities in Cedar 'he building, with emphasis on'  ay a " < "' noon  turned down  3+ :« c-Ih?* FHI i 160     fh m  a  tar whlleiRa P‘ d s to Harding junior high 'he words, “to the building.'’  a  settlement proposal by the  Sr lii|bs and (f ® ra  a  to 500 P ar ked at her residence.     ninth aders  « J ,,    „    Westphall    “might have  com P any '  al,h 0"Rh a second  m—Milos, and 75c off each weight)    *    *    *    •--------  -    »»    u.     xu.iunion    at    f<r™    _    ih a   grade above 500 lbs.  2j%— ’/* copyrighted by The Associated Press 1974 41'*— I 7 *!  4m. .  16 — Mi  ninth graders weight!     f     ’    ’    .    I    Wednesday.  Paula Newton is now associa-    *    * *  ted with Killian’s Lindale Beau- Mrs. Lloyd Maffitt, of Burlington. Iowa, a niece of Mrs. Mary Ellen Furman, was not included  caused a fire,” he went on, the  the firm — approved  CATTLE MARKET  Choice and prime steers $42 00-544 OO ty Shop.—Adv.  Choice and prime heifers ____S40.00-842.00i    *  Good steers    540.00-543 OO     w   utility steers 536^538 M Volunteer Fair — Forty-eight j n  Mrs. Furman’s Obituary, on  Standard and utilly heifers 534.00-537.00 1     ....    ...    I    “  Beet cows    522.50-526.50  Utility cows Cutter cows Commercial cows Bulls  $21.50-526.50 $22.50.526.00 521.50-522 50  agencies will provide demon-'Monday September 9. 1*74,'be-1 Stratton: on volunteer servicesj cause 0 f policy  0 f this news- willfully and maliciously, he  the  question still remains, whether!J cams, . e . rs  ~  a PP roved the  he intended to cause a fire to  s, 'I! 1e n  '  r '    .    ,,  the budding, again with empha- Teamsters were honoring Masts on those throe words. The^ ln ' st  P K ' kct lines  ^ uesday : state also must prove that  fir( /The unions represent a total  was set to the building itself “ f about 700 workers at S 1 uare   523.m26 oo I Thursday from ll a.m. to 8 pm. paper—Adv  e anH    I    .    si    ce    *    -    t    %    it  (Yield grade 4 overfat steers and heiF I  at  , he  Security building.  ers are discounted $5 per _ _ grade 5 are discounted 510 per cwt.)  Wasty and gobby overfat steers are $3 and 55 less per IOO lbs. than reqular commercial cows.)  GRAIN  No. I yellow corn. 53.22 No. I yellow soybeans, 56.33 38 lb oafs, $1.72.  Monday prices delivered.  SHEEP  Genuine spring lambs, 90-110 lbs.,  $33 00-535.00 Lower grided lambs severely discounted,  POULTRY  Iowa live hens, light type, prices changed Movement into consumer chan-!,. u nels fair to good Supplies fully adequate I Hic L.iy  m n erdliVkt%-5%c* dv t0 Com ' I the fourth floor of city hall.  FEEDER CATTLE    *    *    *  Tuesday's quotations from Lamson Bros. I .    .  september    Soso 31^ Now serving lunches and din-  octobcr    28 90    29 85’ners, 300 Steak Lounge, Town/  Country.—Adv.  ♦ * *  * * *  Stamps, coins, albums, catalogs, supplies for collectors. Jerome’s, IE Tower. — Adv.  * *    *  Building Code — A public hearing on a new Cedar Rapids code will be   sa jd.    Sources    said    a cost-of-living  clause was part of the company Examine Report    offer,    but    that    union members  Concerning the statement were not satisfied by the wage ; signed by Westphall, his attor- increase proposed by the firm. !ney said the jury should listen Sources said no new negotia-CoUnt * C R  and dctermine  whether every- tion meetings have been sched-  Bruce David Faces Breakin  IOWA FARM EGGS  DES M.OINES —  T he Federal-State Market News Service reported most reia tively heavy off-farm movement Is at  thing he said was reported and uled. The arrest of one man Mon- should analyze whether it inbuilding code will be held day for allegedly drinking beer un Wednesday, starting at 9 a m. in in public led to the arrest of hi.s Aprp-'t a1 TIMH RflUC ne i the city council chambers on companion for breaking and en-    I    DUjo  Police said officers stopped  G,earS S ' X Breaki " S  Robert I. Jacobs, 19. of 14091 Police cleared six breakins Bever avenue SE, at 5:20 p.m. I Monday with the arrest of two Monday while he was driving boys.  Second District Democrats Set Monticello Talks  Villa Capri Hair Fashions spe- teenth street SE.  MONTICELLO — Second district Democratic leaders will  his car at Sixth avenue and Fif-i A 15-year-old boy was charged p    her^T^e^ay night  in all six of the breakins and his  traser near nere luesaa >  m K ni   previously negotiated prices with current - .j    •     onnrn ot r j r ,  an H ctvl-  offerings and tradmq light. Undertone jCldllZCS in geometric and Siyi  ing haircuts. 393-4258.—Adv.  DES  DRESSED MEATS LATE QUOTATIONS  ' DES MOINES (UP) (USDA) — Beef 2*%_ % (rede moderately active, demand oood;  IO — v* j choice steer beef 1.00-2.00 higher, choice!, .  7% heifer beef 2 00 hiqher; steer beef choice IlltrriOI 13 _%!'00-800 lb. 70.00-71.OC 800-900 1b 69 00-17    70 00; heifer beef choice 500-700 lb. 70.00,  9%+ % 500-7&1 lb. 70.00-70,50.  3%+ % Fresh pork cut trade fairly active, de-b'/j—I |mand fair; loins 17-20 lb. steady; picnics 6-8 lb. steady to MO lower; skinned  about steady.  Cents per dozen, at farms, cases ex changed quality and volume incentive Grade A, 45 50c, mostly 49c. Grade A medium 40-43C, mostly 42-43.  Other farm eggs: Grade A Jarge or better, 35-42c medium 25 large 20-38c  Officers allegedly spotted; friend. 16. was charged in two of to  the breakins.  The younger boy was charged P ar *y  s  1976 state platform.  'Jacobs drinking while driving.  (*    *    *    |    A    check    of the car found a  rm eggs  W r aoe  «    „, For xSalet 3 - piece sectional quantity of electrical equipment with breakins since the begin-i The meeting stems from a  Sfe.'mwtfv %3&; Grade b davenport, TV. twin beds, car- believed to have been taken in a ning of September at the Ivyl resolution passed by the 1974 mostly 25-28c.    | pe t     0 (h er     furniture    and    house-1 breakin Friday at Great Plains; Spear residence. 4140 Eighteenth  state  convention instructing the  4 6  7 25  3    115 6 193  4    252  5    45  3    IO  4    15  6    49  7    27  12%  17 9 3 i  3%  Im  33% 33%  3%    3%    ...    .... „ ...  49% 49%—2% i up 1.50 lov/f+r; bellies 12 14 lb steady  23% 23'     -    -    -    .........  Iowa floss  MOINES (UPI) — Iowa-southern Minnesota hoRs: Trade fairly active and demand fairly good. Butchers weak to mostly 25-50 cents lower. Sows steady to 50  pet  hold items. IO to 6. 1060 3rd 'Gas Co.. HOI Second avenue SE. j avenue SW; the Billie Hoover (state committee to develop a Ave. S.E., apartment 1.—Adv.  ♦ * *  Police arrested Jacobs and, 1  residence. 4101 Sixteenth avenue P Ian  for setting a prmrity order j his companion. Bruce W. David. SIV; St. Marks United Method- for consideration of 50 proposed  J. J. Zielinski M D. announces i23. also of 1409 Bever avenue ist church. 4700 Johnson avenue platform planks.  the relocation of his office in the;SE.  NW; the residence of Carole J. The state committee has set  bams 14-20 lb. 1.50-2.50 lower; 26 lb. and j  P n n t>; lower  ■rn 150 lower; bellies 12 14 lb -leady ■    „     c  Vonn .»•>„ u * u  Lcirs 14 lh and down 78 50-79.50. 14-17:    U.    S. 1-3 200-230 lb. butchers non 0070 _ AHv  TC AA TO (VI 17 'iA IK TO Art ■VI IK    •    r*    a    emf    n/+ nr    ..pa    it.    na    a-    VWl*WlU,    /IU    V  ,practice of general surgery to Subsequent investigation clear- Bell. 1913 Gretchen drive SW; up a seven-member develop-1030 5th Ave. SE, Suite 2300, led Jacobs of the breakin, but Dog 'N’ Suds, highway 30 W; (went committee which  ii* list !! !&  7 $i°5n 78  “JiirnVr?    m     ;     34.75-36.25: 230-250 lbs. 34.25-  &    '*;yPi.. 5 2 50 L.    ® ic 7' c L    c 4 A«°- 5 L°Sa; 15    oi»n_*>7n    iKe    wz    na    'ti    sn-  will  resulted in the filing of breaking and the residence of Vernon|tweet at 10:30 a.m. Sunday in land entering charges against Goad. 4101 Sixteenth avenue SW. Des Moines.  The Second district’s member  19% 20V4+ %!«kinned hams 14-17 lh. 58 50-59 50 17-201 35.75; 250-270 lbs. 33.00-34.50;,    ..    .    ..     A     ,,    .    .    ,    .  IV* *5i2_    1270-330 lbs. 31 00-33.25.    Johnny’s    Parkway.    Corner El- David in connection with the; The older boy was charged in  5o% 52%+i% i9 ib. 62.50    '    '     1  U. S. 1-3 270-330 lb. ^owsijis and F Ave NW Wednesdayistolen electrical equipment. (Connection with the breakins at the development committee   -127.50-29.50- 330-400 lbs. 27.25- 1     *    I    -    -  13%-  13%-  44 ’ 4 43% 43M—  1  ?  FROZEN PORK BELLIES  16%  7 125 26% 5x74    16%  7 19 28 4    8    23%  6 107    9%  0  2 189    8%  16 16 25% 25% + % 15% 16 + %j 28 28 ; 22% 29%— % 8% 0 + %  29.00; 400-450 lbs. 26.50-28.25;  Monday's quotations from Lamson ^Bros. i 450-550 lbs. 25.75-27.75.  Estimates Tuesday ,000; we 99,000; year ago 59,000.  February Mar ch May July  Clo'.** 56.35h 56.02h 56.97b 56 97  Prev 54.85b I  5 4  52b j Saturday 97,(KXI; week  55 an  56 OOh  Special; Beef stew and biscuits'.! Jacobs was charged with con- the church and the Bell res,- is Paul Smith of Cedar Rapids. served up ’til 8:30 p.m. Come in Isuming beer in public. He post- dence  as you are. Carryout orders led $125 bond and was released. The boys were released to the  David posted $1,000 bond and Linn sheriffs department for  85,000;  ago I welcome!  Adv.  was released.  questioning in other breakins.  ; TOADIES  6 23 ?   5 ,! !  •    V    >  12x45 SO 8    6    4%  5    4    IO’*  7    26    26  7    2    13 Vt  7    25    IS  5    54    23%  7    S3    7%  0 31 13  16    15%  25% 25%  15  22%  7%  12%  504  t,. ' PdcG.s 1-88  13% 13%+ %  PacL,n 148  13 a J •+ • jPacPetr | 75  Ww+ % lpacP ' 4 ' ' W 7H_. t! F»acTT 1.20 /•**— a  panAm Air   PanhEP 2 13!+_ i j  p asco Inc 17'**. 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No. 2 SOWS  Ii 7 * ii?* iiifU I 4 'on mediums. Demand fairly good Tues ,  79 * 29*,+ J day Whites Fancy large 61-63%, Fancy weighing 300 lbs. $28.30-$29.00. JI  31  ~ * medium 55% 58%. Fancy smalls 41-43 I  Butter firm Creamery, 93 Score 69-70)    -  cents; 92 Score 69' a.  Campaign I rail  Stanley: Review Social Security  18    IS —  14%    14%—  16    16 —  16V* 16%— 12% 12%— 2 3 s +  20% 15 1% 4% 46’ J 15% ISM  4! %  20%+ % 15%+ % 1%  4%— % 46%- '*  15%  15%  47% +  Magistrate  Court  Ii i lei 4  •: Woman Is Fined $25  For Assault, Battery  Opal Morehead. C avenue.  OMAHA LIVESTOCK  OMAHA (AP) (USDA) — Hogs: 5,500; barrows and gilts 25% OO lower; U. S. 1-3, 220 260 lb 16.25-37 00, sows 50-1.50 lower; 250 650 Ib. 27 25-33.25.  Cattle and calves 4,500: steers steady, early action on heifers strong to 25 higher, later mostly steady; cows steady; one load choice and prime 1,150 Ib. steers 45 50, choice 975-1,325 Ib. 43.50 45 00, choice and prime 925%.OOO Ib  Estimated receipts Wednesday; Cattle and calves 4,500; hogs 5,000.  Stanley: Limit Federal Spending  IO 10M+ V*  41%    41%-    'ti  38% 38%—2 9    9 — %'  19% i9%— %;  13% 133*+ %l 21% 21%— %  79% 80%+ *,       *    «     17     SO    to I OO lower, except on weights over  i?%_%, day in magistrate’s court on a p£° ^Vsffs oo allv s,eady; u s , ' 3,40a55 °  it%  19%  43  3%— Mi ,    .    .    ,    i ____ Cahie:    6,000,    expect    to exceed early  3%+ % Charge of assault and battery estimate bv several hundred head,  19%  43 —IV  4t>  Social security benefits should Culver's congressional seat; Ltj Potter reminded the audience be reviewed every six months Gov. Arthur Neu of Carroll, Re-that he was chairman of the and raised when necessary t„ publican candidate for re-eiec-i^ ^ sfudy cZiftee and reflect cost of living increases, tion; State sSen. Ralph Potter,    ‘  State Sen. David Stanley of Mus-1 Marion Republican, and Steve  most 0 e  flanges in tax catine said Monday.    S o v e r n , Marion Democrat,  laws - including those favorable  State Rep. David Stanley of stanley, Republican candidate rivals for state senator from the *° elderly, have resulted 14^75 f s c^m^fo25^b r, 42 0^4 oMiiih,    I Muscatine    Tuesday repeated his    for U.S.    senator, and six other    Thirteenth    district; and former     f ™ni that committee’s    recom-  cuner 0 T5 e cv f 23 a 50 COWS 23 5 °- 25 i0 '     canner     ,stand that    congress should put a    candidates for state and legisla-    state Rep.    Ivor Stanley, Cedar    mendations.  lid on federal spending each’** ve  offices addressed about IOO Rapids, Republican candidate Sovern said he is against  members of the Linn county As- for state senator from the Thir- mandatory retirement age isolated Groups of the Elderly Teenth district.    limits, feels the state should  (AGE' at First Lutheran church Blouin took up the David Stan- improve its employment retire-Stanley,    Republican candidate    in Cedar    Rapids Monday morn-    ley theme    saying that veterans    ment program to set    a    pattern  for U.S. senator, who resumes    ing.    should not    suffer a decrease in    for private pension    systems,  his cross-state walk in Council Replying to a question their pensions when they re-wants .schools opened for neigh-  SIOUX CITY LIVESTOCK  SIOUX CITY (AP) (USDA) - Hogs ,,    ...    i    8,000    butchers    (airly active, 50 to 75 low  Marion, was found guilty Mon- Yr- u s t-3, 200-260 ib 36.25-36 75, sows  ®    *    sn    lf* I on loversr AWI  year at the beginning of its session.  27%  4%  9’ 1 5  134*  25  6%  13%  5%  37  11%  10%  7 74 5 29 4 55 4    6  13 14 7 88  4 104  5 67  6    7 5 15 2 30 5 103  10% IO'*  17%    12'4-  10%  17%  SFelnd LIO  16     ?%    2M    2% +    Mi      17    16%    It'*—    %      34%    33%    34% f    1 4 !      12%  6%    12%  6%    12%-  4%    ’I      26%    26%    26%-    Mi      12    11%    11% +    ' *      15    14%    14% —    M i      14%    14%    141*—    %      22    21%    22 +    %      5    4%    5 +    M      45%    45    45 -    Mi      43%    42%    43 +          17*4    17    17%-          22%    22%    ?2%—    «      10%    IO'*    10% +    Mi      SM    8%    8%—    Mi      26' ? tm    26%    26%—    ' 4 I      J    7M—    Va I      33%    32%    37% -    %’      31%    31%    31% +    %      24 V*    24%    24»*—    %      21%    29%    21 +    ' 3      3    2%    2%-    %      25%    24V*    25         , 4i and fined $25 and costs.  She was charged with assaulting Diane Kesselring on July 25.  slaughter steers and heifers moderately active. I 00%.OO lower than Mondays best! r> i .. c c .. time, relatively good clearance at 101 *> I u I I ft a m ; slaughter steers mostly prime, No. , ,    ,, .  4s, I 300 Ib 46 25, mixed good and choice Week S time Off for  950%,250 Ib. 47 00-43 50; slaughter hailers    „    „     v    w     _____rn „    -       M.______________  +?s d  975 lom in* d 44*oo, c ^Ti*xe(i p good a N nd ;  appearances, addressed the  as an  increase in their pensions. He said the same thing should the state income and corporate  choice 40 OO 47 50  whether World war I veterans ceive an increase in social secu- borhood centers for the elderly  Wednesday after a ...    ^^|_    when facilities ure not otherwi-' 1   Lift Ceiling    in use and wants reform in both  (should bo getting some of the rity bgefit^ campaign  money now  going to foreign aid  /rufiK urivinq v.ase    JOLIET    livestock  _    I    JOLIET,    III    (UPI)    —    Cattle  San) In I inn Jurv steers steady to weak; heifers steady Jem IU Ll 1111 JW'jr choice 3? (XL 46.75; good and choice 4100  44.OC; high choice and prime heifers 45.75-  Thomas Winsor, no address, 1     *^»«*jfiscal responsibility with the ;   .    !    35    00-36.50  a preliminary wednesdays  Friendship club at the Trinity Stanley commented: United Methodist church in ,0^; j Cedar Rapids  “Lets share our good Iowa; payments go up  Cut W aste  congress,” Stanley said  apply to railroad pensioners, tax area;  Ivor Stanley said social secu-should not be  jury following hearing Monday in magistrate’s  “It’s wrong to cut veterans’ Blouin said that the ceiling on pensions    when    .social    security    the amount a    social security     r jty payments  beneficiary can    earn    should be    included as income    in    computist^!    ing the credit    for    property    tax  Stanley    agreed    that    pensions; Riley reviewed his    legislative    exemptions.  1,000 hogs.  estimate:  WEBSTER CITY LIVESTOCK  I “Iowa has a balanced budget, I could be increased by cutting'record, pointing out that he had 7,500    no state public debt and a trca-lout waste in both the defense; introduced in I OTI the bill giving  and domestic national budgets, double-homestead tax credit to  sury surplus  He was arrested Aug 25.  GAF Cp 44 GamSk I 40 Gannett .44 Gen Dynam GenFI I 60 OnFood I to Gen Mill | GnMof 4 9©e GPubUf | /.* 9 Tel El I 80 G Tire l.iOb Gnneico Inc C*aPac doh GerbcrPd t GrtfvO I toe Gillett, | so Global Mar Goodrh 1.12 Goody rTR i Gouloln I in Or ire | y) Cr,n(w Ko Of AAP JO# GtWnFln zn Gravh I ox* Grymm loo OiJtoil I an GlfSlUt I 12 GulfWn *o atwind wt  Hallibtn I 70 Harr I* ITO MarteHk %p  HecleM     3    48  4    46    7%  20M    7  20%    7%  TOM—    %        CHICAGO GRAIN QUOTATIONS              19 x'17 78% 4 31 16%    27%  16%    28% + 16%-    %  ' a        Furnished by Rumson Brothers              IO 764 7 109    35  17M    34%  16%    34%  16%    M    WHEAT    OPEN    HIGH    LOW    CLOSE    PREV CL      ll 175 9 584    36' a 38%    IU    36'*-  37%    M 1 4     September    4 I    I 37    4.78    4.28    4 34      5 113    10%    ’O' 4    10% +    %    December    4 I?'a A 46    4 4V' a    4 41    4 47    4 48      6 329 4 36    18%  I? 7 *    18%  I2M    1IM +  17% +    M  '•    March    4 57 4/8    A 61    A 84    4 55    4.61      4 IO    4%    4' a    4M        May    A 54    4 59    4 SO    4 SI    4 57      9 17*  7 13    7*  9%    77% 9' 4    27%  9M        CCRN                    3 4/'ab      IO 41    IA    113%    114 -     2     September    3.46M 3 47    ; 48    3 42    3.43      8 114  7 34    24  8%    21M 7%    24 + 7%—    M  M    Deczmber    3 46 I 41    3 50    3 47' j    3.45' a    3 480      A 85    IIM    18    ll    M    March    3.53' a-3 54    3 58    3 51    3.52'J 3 54' a    3 560      5 78 5 IO    14%  16%    13%  16    14  16 —    %    Ma/    ... 3.53    3.6!    ISA    3.61' ab      5 60 8 71  ll 17    20%  A    19**  3%    20'%—  3%    V*    OATS                    t 79b      8%    8%    SM        September    IBI -LBS    I I*    173    I 75'a      1217 A 4*    8%  11%    8%  It    8%  ll        December    I 74 -I 74%    I 73%    I 69 ’4    I 70%    I 75%b      4 IO    9%    9%    9%        March    t ,77    I 77%    ITZ    1/2    L7Bb      I 381 6 53    17%  9%    17  9    IT'*—  O'.    M    SOYBEANS                          4 Ll    19%    19%    19%    %    September    7.26    7 31    7 21    7 27    7.3!b      121  H  19 IU    A    3%    4 ..        November    7.31 -7 14    7/9    I 26    7 3/    7 38* ab      16%    H2M    113%-    I'.    January    7.39 -7 41    7 44    7.32    7.37    7.42' ab      5 6    14%    14%    14%+    %    March    7.48' a    7 50    7 39    7 46    I 48 1  ab      I I IO 645    7%  14%    7’A 12%    7U-  12%—    M  %    May    7.50    7 5*    7 4.5    J S3    7 54b     Shorter Sessions  Stanley also said he is for .shorter legislative sessions, an  cattie" job"’ "steer s"“and hewers’ «h co I once to WiLshington and get the' lion in waste in the present mili- He also introduced a number nual budgets 'the state budgets  war. steers 42 M 41 50, top 44 00, heifers .    ,    ,.„j    ..    ._4__.    I    .    .     r     ,    ..    ....    , . .    ,    ..    ...    .    n    .    .    +  of other bills which dealt with biannually at present), a reduc-Stanley took a swipe at his!problems of the elderly and tion in legislative salaries. Democratic opponent, Congress-!served as a member of the advi- ! fewer state employes, and  Livestock E Markat V tr ! a A d^g tu^T     takc    thc Iowa  «?xperi-|He estimated there is $6-8 bil- the elderly  I CB* ‘  inwar  42 (10-43 OO top 43.25.  Hogs 1,150; butchar* 25 50 lowar;.^ _  butcher' vaoo'6so. *ows fuiiv steady; Congress is spending us into  sows 77.50-71 50. top 79 00, tightwaight 1     '  boors 31 00-33 OO, heavyweights 27,00-24 OO Advance estimate for Wednesday: 250 cattle, 1,000 hogs  cost of living under control, j tarv budget  LIVESTOCK FUTURES  bankruptcy.''    .    _    .  Stanley said he will conclude I man John Culver of the Second, sory committee on aging bv ap- requirement making it mandalas 800-mile cross-state walk |district, accusing him of being]pointmen of both governors]tory for hills passed by one     CHICAGO    (AP) -Futures trading Mon      SY I        Close    Prev.      Live Beef    Cattle:              October        t>4t 65    tao 65      Hee ember        bap IO    b39.30      February        b40 87    b3« 87      April        bal. 6?    b40 62      Angust        043 50    b42 50      I ive Hogs                  October        . 34.10    34.55      December        JA 40    36 25      February        AO 30    b3* 47      April        40 50    bJ9 40      June        43 OO    bat. 57      July        44.55    bai 30      August        42 90    b42 02      POSTVILLE BEEF          POSTVILLE - The    Postville    beef mar     Sioux City  Man Arrested for  the highest absentee record of and Robert Ray, a Republican. any Iowa congressman.    Retirement  The Muscatine Republican  other, for reinstatement of capital punishment for reducing the  Lt. Gov. Neu also reviewed majority vote for passage of  I Ii . n L  w : - suggested that any congress- Republican accomplishments in bond issues to 50 percent from inaecenr Bonav O  man w j 10  misses more than IO I the 1973-74 legislature. He said BO percent.  David Brueni. 23, of 802    Fif-    percent of thc votes should    be    these included raising the ex-    He also favors raising the 55  teenth avenue SW 7 . was charged    docked part of his pay.    emption on income tax pay-mph speed limit “or enforcing  Tuesday with indecent behavior Culver was not present at the ments to $4,000 from $3,000. in- the one we have,” favors roten-following an incident Aug. 26, in meeting.    ;creasing standard deductions!tion of the right-to-work law, op-  a grocery store parking lot.    The    other candidates    who    ap-    from income tax payments to    poses blanket amnesty and gun  Police charged Brueni in    eon    peared included state    .senators,$500 from $250 and doubling in-    registration, and would limit the  for,number of bills any legislator  ket Tuesday quoted prices of prime    _  4**00?    $5 0 M- , 36.oo? #r *»end4 ( 5 0 d    nectioii    with    an incident at the Michael Blouin, Dubuque Demo-lheritanee tax exemptions  i20P? wood 3  Ceiler*  h °36j)0 38 'oo; * utility I Hy-Vee food store, 20 Wilson av-jerat, and Tom Riley, Cedar; the surviving spouse to $80,000 could introduce to IO iii one ses-  cow* 20,00-23 OO; canners end tommer CUI CTWS TO 00-23.00; bulls 30 00-32 00  cnue SW.  Rapids Republican, rivals for from $40,000.  I sion   

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