Hutchinson News, August 23, 1973

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August 23, 1973

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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - August 23, 1973, Hutchinson, Kansas Stock mart sags again NEW YORK (AP) - Crippled by investor worries over inflation, higher interest rates, and the effectiveness of the Nixon administration, the stock market faltered again on Wednesday. The Dow Jones industrial average, which lost almost 10 points in the previous session, fell 5.94 more to close at 851.90. That was the lowest closing level of the blue-chip indicator since Dec. 2, 1971, when it stood at 848.79. Declines overwhelmed advances, 872 to 452, among the 1,725 issues traded on the New York Stock Exchange. Volume was a slight 10.77 million shares. * * * Stocks in the spotlight NEW YORK (AP) - Sales, closing price and net change of the 15 most active stocks traded on the NY Stock Exchange: Polaroid 168,000 llOVa D lift 127,000 27V4 U V4 105,900 87% D 12 105,200 4ft U Vs 104,500 24V2 U 2 95,400 IP/4 D Vt 88,700 285 81,800 16V4 D i/4 79,900 80 D 1V4 79,100 51 D 78,700 17ft D 78,400 im O AmT&l 2.80 AMFIn 1.08 AMP 07h Ampex Corp Anacon .50 AnchrH 1.08 ApecoCp .16 ArchDan .50 ArmcoS 1.20 ArmstCk .84 AahdOil 1.30 AsdDrG 1.40 Atl Richfl 2 Atlas Corp Avco Corp Avnetlnc .30 AvonPd 1.40 BabckW .80 BalGE 1.96 BeatFd .62 Beclcmn .50 BeechA .70b Bell How .84 Bendix 1.60 BenflCp 1.15 Bensruet BethSl 1.40a BlockHR .32 Boeing .40 Boise Caa Borden 1.20 BrgWar 1.35 BriatMy BritPet Brunswk BucyEr BuddCo BulovaW PanEpI Exxon Saxlnd NorSim Tlprmp Texaco SouCo Merck Deere FdNaM GlfOil GehMtr FsNaCty 73,100 6m U 72,800 42% D 1/2 1/4 Vt 1V8 1/8 1.32 37e .24 1.20 .40 .70 BunkRa .10e Burl Indl.40 BurlNor 1.50 Burrghs .80 Cadence Ind Cal Finanl CampR .50a CampS CaroPw CarrCp CartWa CastleC CaterTr Celanese 1.18 1.52 .52 .40a .60b 1.50 2 * * * In trading on the Big Board, Polaroid was the volume leader, falling 11% to llOVs after the Wall Street Journal reported a major brokerage firm had lowered its earnings estimate on the photo company. On the American Stock Exchange, losers held more than a 2-to-l edge over gainers in extremely light trading. The price-change index fell .06 to finish at 22.74. In Over-the-Counter trading, the NASDAQ composite index lost .78 points to close at 101.34. New York Exchange  1 qyv� FINAL STOX I NEW YORK (APJ-Wedneaday's selected New * York Slock Exchange prices: SsIpb Net PL lids High Low Claw Chi.. - A-A - 20 63 65*. 10 28 46'i 8 2 6'- 11 138 5 3 10 29 9 791 7 31 13 51 1. STOX 15 50 9 42 8 121 1'2 14 49 370 9 55 39 21 172 14 17 10 44 15 xl99 9 37 - E-. 503 34 678 7 18 25 24 5 119 6 3 29 99 6 43 6 202 47s* 47". 261', 25s* 43". 20 40 H 4 s* 19s* 18H 18'* 3"> 3s* 34'* 33'i 20'i 19*1 25 251'. 24-'. 25 V. 3in 31'/. 83". 81s* I'* 9'* 7-*� 8'* 7'j 111"! 110V. -n - 23V, 22'. 25'* 25 20 19", 27'. 26*. 14'* 14 Vi 28'* 271', 32'* 31V. 28'* 26"i 47",- '* 25 s4-1H 41H- 2s* 4"'.- '* 19'*- H 18'* . 3s* 33'.-Hi 19'.- V, 24 '* 25H- '* 31 "4- It 82V, + 1'* 9 - '* 7 Vi . 110".- EthylCp 1 EvansP ,40b Exxon 3.95* Fairch Cam Fairlnd ,30e Farwtel .10e Fcdders .50 FedNMt .50 FedDSt 1.08 FiltrolCp .60 Firslone .86 FstChr 1.501 FstNCity .72 Flintkte 1.08 FlaPtiw 1.80 FlaPwL 1.16 FMCCp .85 FdFair ,20b FordM 3.20a ForMcK .88 FmklnM .20 FreeplM .80 Fniehf 1.70 5 25 4'-* 24",* 10 "i 10 "1 17s* 17". 121 i 11'* 20". 19'* 23", 23 57'. 56 "i 14 235 13'i 22'/* 32H 32'. 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The Associated Press 1973 Yates Ind ZimHom .24 Copyrighted by Investing Co.'s 9.82 N.L. Grp: 10.0911.06 Equit 3.67 3.92 Levge Spl Inc Third C Drexel Dreyfus (AP) Dreyf INVESTING COMPANIES NEW YORK -The following quotations, supplied by the National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc., are E&E Fd the prices at which Eagle Gr these could sold value) (value charge) securities Eaton&Howard 14.18 15.54 7.22 7.91 9.63 10.55 3.15 N.L. 6.78 7.43 have been (net asset or bought plus sales Wednsdy Balan Grwth Incom Sped Stock AGE Fnd Admiralty Grwth Incom Insur Adviara Aetna F Aetna Shr Afuture F AllAm Fd Allstate Alpha Amcap Am Diver Am Eqity 7.21 10 2.19 Group: 4.53 7.52 6 Amer Express: Capit Incme Invest Sped Stock Am Grth Am Insln Am Invs Am Mutl AmN Gth Anchor Capit Grwth Incme  Fd Inv Vent Wash N Astron Audax Fd Axe Houghton Fnd A Fnd B Stock Scien BLC Grth Babson Bayrk Fd Bayrk Gr Beacn Hil Beacn In Berg Ken Berk Gth Bondstk Bost Fdn Brwn Fd Sell lluv Ebrstdt 4.67 4.77 EDIE Funds: EFC 4.17 4.57 F,q 3.59 3.93 Eq 7.77 8.52 Fd 4.09 4.47 Egret 8.01 8.75 Eifun 13.41 14.66 Emer 9.39 N.L. Energy 61 .67 Fairffd 12.17 13.09 Farm Bu 12.58 13.75 Fed Reg 4.55 4.97 Fidelity 8.93 9.76 Bond 4.76 Pro Am Gt Tr Sec 4.34 7.88 8.85 7.66 8.37 7.28 7.96 7.12 7.78 5.75 6.28 4.70 5.14 4.56 N.L. 7.84 8.57 Financial 2.39 Dyna Indust 4.96 Incom 8.24 Vent 7.54 FstFd Capit Contfd Conv Dstny Essex Evrst Fidel Puritn Salem Trend 9.20 10.05 13.68 14.95 5.83 6.37 6.82 7.45 12.27 13.41 9.87 10.79 Spl 21.50 N.L. Managemnt: Gth 7.43 8.12 2.93 3.20 7.13 7.79 11.79 12.82 15.61 .... 3.57 3.91 11.01 N.L. 7.73 8.45 9.19 N.L. 8.96 . Group: 8.62 9.42 11.12 12.13 8.91 ... 6.91 7.22 6.00 10.05 ... 10.47 11.44 14.86 16.24 8.79 9.61 3.89 4.25 22.87 24.99 Prog: 4.03 N.L. 4.19 N.L. 5.34 N.L. 3.97 N.L. 10.81 11.81 Va 7.30 8.00 Fst Investors: 8.24 9.02 Disco 5.19 5.69 11.36 12.45 Grwth 6.83 7.48 3.62 3.96 Stock 7.33 8.03 7.76 8.48 Fst Mult 8.22 N.L. Forum 4.51 4.90 Clrab 6.81 7.40 100 Fd 5.58 6.10 101 Fd 3.98 4.33 Twen F 10.79 11.79 Fnd Gth 10.74 N.L. Founders 6.92 7.36 Grwth 5.51 5.86 Incom 8.63 N.L. Mutal 10.49 N.L. Sped 11.00 N.L. Foursq 3.91 4.27 Franklin 4.63 5.06 DNTC Bullock Calvin: 9.29 10.15 3.24 3.54 Bullck Candn Divid NatW S NY Vnt Burnh Fd CG Fund Cap Trin Centry Sh Channing Balan Bond Com St Grwth Incom Sped Vent Chase Gr Fund Frt Cap Shrhld Sped Chemiel Colonial: Cnvrt Equty Fund Grwth Incom Vent Grth AB C Comp Gr Comp Cp Comp Bd Comp Fd Concord Cons Inv Constel G Cont Mut Cont Gth Cap WDiv WDal Fd , Fd deVegh Delaware Decat Delaw Delta Dir Cap Dodg Cox 12.36 13.54 21.45 23.49 3.49 3.83 Grwth Utile Incom US Gov Capit Equit 9.61 10.53 Frkln Lfe 10.48 11.47 FdF Dep 9.39 N.L. Fund Inc 9.7010.49 Comm 10.75 11.75 Impac 12.99 14.20 Ind Trd Funds: Pilot 10.13 11.07 Gatewy 8.93 9.76 GE S & S 1.24 1.36 Gen Sec 5.02 5.49 Group Sec: Group: F 8.79 N.L. 10.39 N.L. 7.74 N.L. 5.83 N.L. 4.42 4.83 Group: 5.30 5.79 11.60 12.68 8.58 9.38 10.94 11.96 8.46 9.25 Group: 7.43 7.18 4.84 1.85 9.58 10.50 4.50 4.93 4.18 4.58 11.21 12.25 8.83 N.L. Grp: 8.57 9.37 7.54 8.24 10.71 11.70 7.29 7.97 7.07 7.64 34.59 . 6.21 N.L. 8.14 7.87 5.30 2.03 6.56 1.71 8.11 Bos: 8.04 5.02 6.85 5.58 7.17 Apex 1.87 Balan 8.86 Com St GrthFd A 8.79 Grth Ind 5.49 Guard M 7.49 Hamilton: 6.10 F HDA 5.91 1.18 5.40 7.48 10.50 11.48 4.16 4.55 19.44 N.L. 21,79 N.L. Colu Cwlth Cwlth Ctry Cm Cm .. Dallas Davge -- -- - _____ 4.85 4.20 10.22 11.17 Grwth 6.58 7.19 Incom f 88 6.43 9.17 10.02 H&C Fd 10.07 N.L. 3.10 3.39 H&C Lev 7.80 N.L, 9.54 10.43 Hedb Gor 7.88 8.61 5.86 6.37 Hedge 5.16 9.46 10.34 Heritge 1.65 1.81 3.12 3.41 Hor Man 17.74 19.18 11.08 N.L. ISI Group: 1.05 1.14 Grwth 3.95 4.32 1.32 1.43 Incom 3.91 4.27 6.43 7.03 Trus sh 12.47 13.63 4.69 5.14 Trus un 3.36 ... 7.99 8.68 Imp Cap 9.31 10.17 7.06 7.67 Imp Gth ' 7.08 7.74 8.94 N.L. IncF Am 12.44 13.60 10.62 11.12 IncF Bos 5.97 6.54 5.11 5.58 Industry 2.80 3.07 7.41 N.L. INTGN unavail 7.02 7.24 int Invst 34.38 37.67 unavail Inver Gth 8.25 N.L. 5.32 5.81 ICA 12.43 13.51 5.91 6.46 Inv Guid 6.79 N.L. 3.20 Inv Indie 3.02 J? ,nves Bo� 10.66 11.65 57.83 N.L. Inv Counsel: Group: Capm 7.07 7.75 9.19 10.04 Capit G 2.55 2.79 8.92 9.75 Capit S 5.28 5.79 4.49 4.91 Investors Group: 4.86 5.33 IDS Grt 6.49 14.50 N.L. IDS ndi 5.83 6.34 CLIP AND MAIL TOOAV General Laboratories TESTING WATER METAL FEED 314 N. Poplar Dial 3-6972 South Hutchinson Mutl 9.38 10.19 Invest 9.4910.37 Prog 4.20 4.57 Vista 10.11 11.05 Stock 18.93 20.58 Voyag 10.06 10.99 Select 9.25 9.95 Revere 6.66 7.28 Var Py 8.47 9.20 Rinfret 12.60 . Inv Resh 4.83 5.28 Safec Eqt 7.93 8.67 Istel 20.55 21.19 SagiUrs 2.24 N.L. Ivy 6.60 N.L. Schustr 8.16 8.92 JP GrthF 8.55 9.29 Schust Sp 8.34 9.12 Janus F 16.90 N.L. Scudder Funds: J Hanck 7.54 8.20 Int Inv 15.91 N.L. J Hanc Si 7.92 8.61 Sped 28.54 N.L. Johnstn 23.27 N.L. Balan 15.61 N.L. Keystone Funds: Com St 10.26 N.L. Apollo 4.44 4.86 Seab Lev 4.29 4.71 Cus Bl 18.68 19.54 Security Funds: Cus B2 19.18 21.02 Equty 3.25 3.56 Cus B4 8.12 8.90 Invest 6.40 7.01 Cus Kl 6.82 7.48 Ultra 6.77 7.42 Cus K2 5.75 6.30 Selected Funds: Cus SI 21.72 23.80 Sel Am 7.85 N.L. Cus S2 10.94 11.99 Sel Opp 9.02 N.L. Cus S3 7.55 8.27 Sel Spl 12.28 N.L. Cus S4 4.03 4.42 Sent Gth 9.33 10.14 Polar 3.50 3.83 Sentry F 13.24 14.39 Knickb 5.82 6.37 Shareholders Gp: Knick Gt 7.00 7.67 Cmstk 3.25 3.55 Land Gth 6.34 6.93 Entrp 5.35 5.85 Lenox Fd 4.97 N.L. Flet Fd 3.69 4.03 Lexington Grp: Harbr 7.05 7.70 Cp Ldr 14.71 16.14 Legal 5.91 6.48 Lex Gr 6.11 6.68 Pace 7.22 7.89 Lex Rh 12.91 14.11 Shearson Funds: Librty Fd 5.12 5.60 Appre 17.72 19.37 Life Ins 8.04 8.78 Incom 16.59 18.18 Line Ntl 6.76 7.39 Invest 9.04 9.88 I^Kimis SayleB: Sherm D 11.66 N.L. Capit 12.45 N.L. Side Fd 6.75 7.40 Mut 14.01 N.L. Sigma Funds: Lord Abbett: Capit 7.13 7.79 Affiltd 6.23 6.74 Invest 9.80 10.71 A Bus 2.82 3.05 Trust 7.44 8.13 Bnd Db 9.59 10.47 Vent 8.53 9.32 Luth Bro 10.13 11.07 SB Eqty 9.71 N.L. Luth Inc 9.22 10.08 SB I&Gr 10.33 N.L. Magna Funds: SoGen Int 12.03 12.60 MagC 3.46 3.79 Sw Invs 7.62 8.24 Incom 8.40 9.18 Swln Gt 5.89 6.37 Pilgm 7.68 8.39 Sover Inv 10.85 11.88 Manhtn 3.85 4.21 Pcrclr? � IS3 5.29 Massachusett Co: g&P IntD 6.32 N.L. Freed 7.42 8.13 St2,te BondGr: Indep 7 68 8 42 C�m F 4.57 4.99 Mass 1L00 12.05 Div Fd 4.R5 5.30 Mass Financl: , PTB � 4.77 5.21 MIT 10 72 11 72 StFrm Gt 4.54 N.L. MIG 12.49 13i65 s Frm In 8-?4 N.L. MID 12.91 14.11 St�te St 43.87 44.12 MFD 12.68 13.86 Steadman Funds: MCD 13.66 14.93 Am Ind 2.90 N.L. Mates 2.04 N.L. Ass" F '14 N.L. Mathers 10.80 N.L. Inve8t 129 NL- Mid AM 5.09 5.56 Stei" Roe Fds: MONY F 10.13 11.07 B�lan 20'4 N.L. MSB Fd 13.40 N.L. Cap O 10.06 N.L. Mut Ben 9.44 10.35 Stock 14.31 N.L. MIF Fd 7.29 7.88 Supervisd Inv: MIF Gth 4.28 4.63 Grwth 5.88 6.44 M OmaG 4.57 4.97 Incom 7.93 8.69 M Omahl 8.50 9.24 Sumit 8.40 9.21 Mut Shrs 14.66 N.L. Tech 6.02 6.61 Mut Trst 1.87 N.L. Sync Gth 6.40 7.00 NEA Mut 9.08 9.27 TMR App 8.42 9.20 Natl Ind 9.46 N.L. Temp Gt 8.37 9.14 Nat Secur Ser: T�w Cap 5.67 Balan 8.43 9.21 Tms Cap 8.16 8.87 Bond 4.72 5.16 Trav Eq 9.82 10.76 Divid 3.39 3.70 Tudr Hed 1()-83 N,l" Grwth 6.35 6.94 TwnC Gt 2.48 2.72 Pf Stk 5.82 6.36 7,wnC Inc 3.77 4.13 Incom 4.56 4.98 USAA Gt 10.57 N.L. Stock 6.28 6.86 US GovSe 9.96 10.11 NE LifeFund- Unif Mut 8.2.1 8.99 Equit 16.32 16.65 Unifund 8.62 9.42 Groth 10.36 11.26 Union Svc Grp: Side 16.02 17.41 Broad 12.96 14.16 Neuw Cet 4.81 N.L. Nat Inv 8.16 8.92 Neuw Fd 8.45 N.L. U Cap 8.60 9.40 New Per 13.3914.63 Whteh 12.19 13.32 New Wld 11.80 12.90 United Funds: Newton 13.29 14.52 Accm 6.81 7.46 Nich Strg 15,87 N.L. Bond 7.55 8.27 Norenst 15.06 N.L. Con Gr 9.36 10.26 Oceangr 6.27 N.L. Con Inc 9.42 10.32 Omega 7.38 7.50 Incom 12.85 14.08 One WmS 15.71 N.L. STn 6.56 7.19 ONeill Fd 11.62 N.L. , YanK , . 6.59 7.22 Oppenheimer Fd: V"1"? Line Fd: Oppen 6.91 7.55 Val Li 5.03 5.51 AIM 9.89 10.81 Incom 4.12 4.52 Time 6.75 7.38 L"v Grt 6.43 6.72 OTC Sec 9.90 10.76 Spl Sit 3.04 3.33 Param M 7.22 7.89 v�nce Sanders: Paul Rvr 6.90 7.54 I"vest 6.86 7.50 Pegas Fd 4.86 5.34 Comm 7.46 8.15 Penn Sq 6.50 N.L. .Sped 6.93 7.57 Pa Mut 2.31 N.L. Vandrbt 4.36 4.77 Phila 6.20 6.79 Vangd 1.41 1.54 Pine St 9.66 N.L. v�ntg TN 6.02 . Pine Tree 2.86 3.11 v�rln p 3-67 3-99 Pioneer Fund: Viking 5.23 N.L. Entrp 6.86 7.50 Wall St G 7.35 8.03 Fund 11.09 12.12 Wash M 10.43 11.40 II 9.13 9.98 Weing Eq 10.40 N.L. Plan Inv 8.48 9.27 Wellingtn Group: Pligrth 12.12 13.25 Explr 21.54 23.54 Price Funds: Ivest 9.28 10.14 Grwth 12.93 N.L. Morg 10.98 12.00 N Era 10.97 N.L. Techv 7.05 N Horiz 9.53 N.L. Trust 11.44 12.50 Pro Fund 7.76 N.L. Wellsl 11.51 12.58 Provid 3.85 4.21 Welltn 10.55 11.53 Prov Gth 8.05 B.80 ,vWmd.r . 7..08 7 74 Pru SIP 9 99 10 91 We8t Incl 3-21 Putnam Funds? � Westf Grt 8.25 8.97 Conv 10.37 11.33 w�c. *d g.35 N..L Equit 8.57 9.37 feeler 9.16 10.01 Georg 14.7116.08 T\- ,N" load Grwth 10.77 11.77 (aalc3 charge) Incom 7.74 8.46 Livestock markets KANSAS CITY (AP) - Cattle 1,500; slaughter cows mostly steady; feeders steady to strong; cows high cutter, utility and commercial 35.00-37.00; high dressing to 38.00; feeder steers and steer calves high good and choice thin 300-500 lb 70.00-80.00; fleshy 64.00-69.00; high good and choice 500-700 lb 56.00-58.00; 700-935 lb 53.0058.00; feeder heifers and heifer calves good and choice 300-450 lb 54.00-64.00; fleshy 50.00-54,00; high good and choice 475-725 lb 49.00-58.00. Hogs 2,300; barrows and gilts uneven, instances weak but bulk sales 25-50 lower; 1-3 200260 lb 57.50-58.00; 1-2 58.25; 2-3 260-280 lb 56.50-57.50; sows uneven, averaging steady to weak; 1-3 325-375 lb 50.75-51.25; 400-600 lb 53.00-54.00. Sheep 200; spring lambs strong to 1.00 higher; ewes steady to 50 lower; spring lambs choice and prime 33.0036.00; few prime 37.00; shorn ewes cull, utility and good 12.00-16.00. Estimes for Thursday: cattle 4,000; hogs 2,500; sheep 250. WICHITA, Kan. (AP) - Cattle 100; cows steady; steers and heifers not tested; cows utility and commercial 34.0037.00. Hogs 700; barrows and gilts 25 lower; 1-3 210-250 lb 57.00-50; 1-2 210-235 lb 57.50-75; sows steady to weak; 1-3 300-500 lb 52.00-53.50; 500-600 lb 51.00-52.00. Sheep 200; lambs 1.00 lower; ewes unchanged; feeder lambs weak to 1.00 lower; spring lambs choice including prime 37.00; choice including good 35.00-36.00; cull to good ewes 5.00-13.00; feeder lambs choice including good 30.00-35.00. Board of trade CHICAGO (AP)-Wednesday: High Low Close WIIKAT Sep 5.43 5.08 5.08 �2 Dec 5.15 4.79'/2 4.79'/z Mar 4.95 4.66 'A 4.66'/a May 4.61 4.36 4.36 Jul 3.77 3.41 3.41 CORN Sep 2.97 '/z 2.91 Vi 2.91 �/a Dec 2.90 2.79 Vt 2.79 Vi Mar 2.88'/; 2.77% 2.77V, May 2.87'/2 2.73Vt 2.73V, Jul 2.88 2.70:l/4 2.70:,/< OATS Sep 1.22'/2 1.15V.. 1.15V4 Dec 1.31 Vi 1.24% 1.24-!''s Mar 1.35 1.32 1.32 May 1.36 1.31 1.31 Jul 1.29 1.26V2 1.26'/i SOVHKANS Aug 9.14 8.35 8.35 Sep 8.14 7.74 7.74 Nov 7.75 7.32 7.34 Jan 7.68 7.26 7.28 Mar 7.67 7.27 7.31 May 7.68 7.28 7.32 Jul 7.63 7.26 7.27 Dow-Jones averages dow jonks ,m:ii,w;Es STonvsYork(AP,Final Dow-Jones average. .,, , , OP"8" High Low Close Net 30 Ind 855.73 860.55* 845.50 851.90 - 5 94 f? nr.V l�rS? 153 89 150:38 151.97 - 0.89 15. Utl 95.06 95.48 94.26 94 55 _ 0 48 65' Stk 259.97 261.35 256.79 258:7? - 166 Transactions in stocks used in averages: 910,300 Uuu ...................... 372.00O g5 Stk � 290'200 .. . 01 ......................1,572,500 IIOMJS !a? .�onds ............... 71.33-0.11 10 Higher grade rails 52.68-0.05 10 Second grade rails ...... 65.56-0.05 10 Public Utilities 88.92-0.28 10 Industrials .......... 78.15-0.08 Income rails .............. 50.37 Unch Commodity futures indei ____ 300.67-6.20 WHAT STOCKS 1)11) NEW YORK (AP) Qrev. Today day Advances ............. 452 392 Declines 872 961 Unchanged ............ 401 366 Total issues 1725 1719 New 1973 highs 0 3 New 1973 lows .......... 140 126 NEW YORK (AP) - Closing New York Stock Exchange Indei: "5rllet ........-16 cent* n!J" . . 53.55 -0.22 Industrial 59.01 -0.24 Transportation 32 06 -0 18 VM'1* ......34.82 -0.U Mnsnce .66.00 -0.34 Hutchinson Newa Thursday, AuguBt 23,1973 Page 2 NA1IONA1 WfAIHft SttVICf fOMCAST to 7 fM I SI 8  ^30.00_ 30.00 6 e at tie Ufl Wf ATHtR fOlOCASl c Foi recasts MISSOURI-Chance of showers or thundershowers Thursday and Thursday night. High Thursday from 90 to 95 west to 85 to 90 east. Friday partly sunny, high 90 to 95. NEBRASK A-Chance of showers east or northwest Thursday. Considerable cloudiness north, fair to partly cloudy south through Friday, Cooling trend through Thursday night. Chance of afternoon thundershowers extreme west Friday. Low Thursday night 50s northwest to 6O3 southeast. Highs Thursday and Friday in the 80s. OKLAHOMA-Mostly fair with warm nights and hot days through Friday. Low Thursday night mostly in the 70s. Highs Thursday mid 90s east to 102 west. Highs Friday 94 to 100. Futures tumble CHICAGO (AP)-Wheat futures prices broke sharply on the Chicago Board of Trade Wednesday after zooming upward to sell at a record $5.43 a bushel. Other grain futures prices also were lower, and livestock futures on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange were similarly depressed. In New York markets, moat commodities futures were lower, but No. 2 cotton futures closed with gains of 174 to 200 points amid strong commission house buying and new speculative interest. Cotton prices have been strengthened by unexpectedly large export demands. At the close all contracts had dropped the limit 20 cents a bushel. Wheat futures also closed lower at the Minneapolis Grain Exchange and the Kansas City Board of Trade. Corn plunged the limit l'O cents a bushel and oats were down the limit 6 cents. Soybeans were 23 to 40 cents a bushel lower, with the August contract, which expired at noon, closing at $8.35 a bushel after a high last week of $11.05. Corn and soybeans have declined steadily for about a week now, as traders have become uneasy about continued excellent growing weather for both crops. KANSAS CITY WHEAT Sept Dec Mar May PC....................5.07 4.89 Vt 4.69 4.35 Open.................5.28 5.05 4.70 4.20 High.................5.28 5.05 4.79 4.40 Low..................4.82 4.64 4.43 4.10 Close.................4.87 4.70 4.49 4.10 CHICAGO EGGS Sept PC.................................................71.15 Close..............................................69.15 GRAIN RECEIFr WHEAT - Hutchinson, today 8; week ago 36; year ago 47. Wichita 26; Salina 36. HUTCHINSON WHEAT Hutchinson Board of Trade Closing wheat price 28 lower. Cash Sales (KC Basis) Volume no sales. KANSAS CITY (AP) - Wheat 133 cars: 22 lower to 27 higher; No. 2 hard 4.89-5.47n; No. 3 4.87-5.46n; No. 2 red wheat 4.89-5.35n; No. 3 4.875.34n. Corn 154 cars: unchanged to 10 lower; No. 2 white 2.75-3.30n; No. 3 2.62-3.29n; No. 2 yellow 2.67'/2-2.87n; No. 3 2.53'/s-2.86n. Oats 2 cars: 6 lower; No. 2 white 1.13-1.22n; No. 3 I.031.21n. No. 2 milo 4.60-5.05n. No. 2 rye 1.80-1.90n. No. 2 barley 1.73-1.83n. No. 1 soybeans 8.20-8.70n. Sacked bran 87.00-87.75. Sacked shorts 87.00-87.75. CHICAGO (AP) - Wednesday: Prev. Oppn High Low don? Clone WIIKAT Sep . .5.23 W 5.43 5.08 '/j 5.08 V% 5.28 Vj Dec .. .4.95 5.15 4.79'/2 4.79'/i 4.99'/i Mar ...4.85 4.95 4.66'/j 4.66V, 4.86 May 4.47 4.61 4.36 4.36 4.66 Jul .3.52 3.77 3.41 3.41 3.61 CORN Sep ...2.95 2.97 V'j 2.91 Vi 2.91V, 3.01 Vi Dec .2.85 2.90 2.79'., 2.79 V, 2.89'/, Mar . 2.83 2.B8'.', 2.773. 2.773/i 2.87'/. May ...2.83 2.87W 2.73'/< 2.73',< 2.83'/. Jul ...2.81 2.88 2.70'/. 2.70:'/. 2.81 OATS Sep ....1.18 1.22'/i 1.15V, 1.15V, 1.21'/. Dec ...1.28 1.31 V-i 1.24H 1.24% 1.30V, Mar .1.35 1.35 1.32 1.32 1.38 May 1.35 1.36 1.31 1.31 1.37 Jul .1.29 1,29 1.26 Vi 1.26V, 1.32'/, SOYBEANS Aug . .8.40 9.14 8.35 8.35 8.75 Sep ... 8.14 8.14 7.74 7.74 8.14 Nov 7.72 7.75 7.32 7.34 7.63 Jan .7.50 7.68 7.26 7.28 7.55 Mar .7.50 7.67 7.27 7.31 7.58 May .7.54 7.68 7.28 7.32 7.55 Jul . 7.fil 7.63 7.26 7.27 7.52 SOVHKAN Oil. Aug 34.10 34.10 34.10 34.10 35.10 Sep ... 30.17 30.17 30.17 30.17 31.17 Oct .....24.45 24.45 24.45 24.45 25.45 Dec .....19.10 19.10 19.10 19.10 20.10 Jan .....18.33 18.33 18.33 18.33 19.33 Mar ... 17.77 17.95 17.77 17.77 18.77 May ... 17 . 0 17.60 17.45 17.45 18.45 Jul .....17.30 17,40 17.00 17.00 18.00 . SOVHKAN MKAI. Aug ... 238.50 239.50 238.50 238.50 253.60 Sep ... .261.00 261.00 250.00 250.00 265.00 Oct . .251.00 254.00 235.00 238.00 249.00 Dec .... 238.00 245.00 225.00 228.00 237.00 Jan . 235.00 241.00 224.00 228.00 232.00 Mar .235.00 240.00 223.50 228.00 233.50 May 240.00 240.00 223.00 227.00 233,00 Jul 235.00 238.00 224.00 227.00 235.00 If.Kl) HllOII.KKS Aug ...55.50 56.25 55.00 55.50 55.00 Sep 52.55 53.80 50.55 60.55 62.65 Nov 45.67 49.00 45.67 45.67 47.87 Jan 46.00 48.00 44.75 44.75 46,70 Mar 46.35 47.70 44.75 44.90 46.70 May . 46.50 48.00 44.25 44.75 46.25 b-Bid; a-Aaked; n-Nominal. \MK\ SALKS Approz total stock ulea 1,560,000 Stock talei year ago 3,673,916 Approi total bond ulet % 1,800,000 Bond aalei year ago .......( 2,097,000 Kansas zones Zones 2 and 3-Partly cloudy Thursday and Thursday night with a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms. Low Thursday night in the mid to upper 60s. High Thursday in the 90s. Mostly sunny Friday and not quite so warm with high in the upper 80s to low 90s. Southwest to west winds 10 to 20 mph Thursday. Zones 7, 9 and 10-Partly cloudy Thursday and Thursday night with a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms. High Thursday low 90s to around 100. Low Thursday night upper 60s. Mostly sunny Friday with high in the upper 80s to mid 90s. Southerly winds 10 to 20 mph Thursday. Elsewhere Hy TIIK AHSOCIATKI) PKKSS 111 l.o PrcOilk 82 58 .. rn 91 67 .. cdy 95 69 .. cdy 59 55 1,01 rn Albany Albu'que Amarillo Anchorage Asheville Atlanta Birmingham Bismarck Boise Boston Brownsville Buffalo Charleston Charlotte Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Denver Des Mointes Detroit Duluth Fairbanks Fort Worth Green Bay Helena Honolulu Houston Ind'apolis Jacks'ville Juneau Kansas Citv Little Rock" Los Angeles Louisville Marquette Memphis Miami Milwaukee Mpls-St.P. New Orleans New York Okla. City Omaha Orlando Philad'phia Phoenix Pittsburgh Pt'land, Ore. Pt'land, Me. Rapid City Reno Richmond St. Louis Salt Lake 86 Diego San Fran Seattle Spokane Tampa Washington 77 59 83 62 84 60 83 60 92 65 72 61 90 70 67 54 88 67 82 63 71 67 75 55 69 61 90 56 85 65 74 50 68 52 61 58 97 72 72 52 86 56 M M 94 76. 77 55 93 66 67 52 90 68 93 65 87 69 77 59 66 51 84 64 79 71 70 61 69 61 92 70 77 66 96 67 90 68 92 69 79 64 105 85 67 58 78 50 76 58 95 64 90 47 81 66 81 58 62 .14 80 69 60 52 72 50 87 58 91 73 73 66 clr clr clr .. cdy .. cdy rn .. cdy .12 cdy .10 cdy .. cdy .. cdy .. clr .. cdy .05 cdy .02 cdy .. clr .. cdy .34 cdy .. clr .. clr .. cdy M cdy .. cdy .. clr .94 cdy .. Ml .. clr .. clr .. clr .. clr .. clr .. clr .85 rn .. cdy rn .. clr .17 rn .. clr . . cdy .64 cdy .25 rn .. clr .01 cdy . cdy rn .15 rn .. clr rn . cdy rn San .. clr .. clr � cdy .. cdy .20 cdy .46 rn Local stocks Open High Low 1:00 p.m. Cessna...............21'/� 2iyB 21 21H W.R.Grace.......21% 21 Vb 21'/� 21'A Frontier............. 5 5'/� 5 5 !4 Dillons...............25% 26'/, 25V, 26'/� lnterpace...........14Vh 14% 14'/2 HVt Morton-Norwich.16 16 15V, 16 Hesston.............33 Vj 33 Vi 32V, 33 Vi Pizza Hut, Inc....20'/s 10'/, 20'/s 20H Bid Asked Coleman-American...............,....6'/s 7 Pizza Inn.................................43/5 5 Wednesday Close Bid Asked Aircraft Inst. & Dev. .60 .76 Air Midwest Vt 13/16 International Plastics 3 4 Mobile Components y* 1 Taco Tico l 1'/. Tomlinson Oil 2'/. 2W Variant Corp. Vt V, Agri. Indus. & Dev. 1 Hi-Plains Knt. 2V� 3 Hays Land & Cattle 3'/, 4 Atnmest 6", 7'/, Gates Lear Jet 7"t 7W Micro Lite 11', Kathol Vt l'/i Coleman American (wta) 2V, 3W Heritage 3 3H. Cimarron Inv.  10V, 11V* Local markets MILO -$4.40 per 100 wt. TRUCK WHEAT - $4.40 BRAN - $5.00. SHORTS -$5.00. Produce markets KANSAS CITY (AP) - Wholesale egg* unchanged; Large, 80 per cent A 65-76; medium, 80 per cent A 57-68. Tin* lltili'liiiiKoii News Published daily and Sunday at * 300 Weil Second Hutchinson, Kansas 6750J * The Associated Press is entitled to the use by re** production ol all local news, printed in the newspaper well .is all AP News dispatches. Stuart Awbrey EdHar and Publisher Richard D. Popp Assistant to the Publisher and Advertising Director John G. Harris Production Manager Department Heads News R. E. Coldren, managing editor; Wayne Lee, associate editor; Millie Hurlahe, wire editor; 'Roy Miller, nigh) editor. Dean Hinnen, 5unday edj* lor Circulation: Sam Eitel, manager; Clarence Eales, m.iitMHj room loreman. Advertising: Louise Fooshee, classified manager. Busme*�s James Drake, manager; Arl Fabrlilu*. Production Robert Nlcklln, Ray Gordon, com-.* posiinj room foremen; R C. Robinson, D. E. Mangels, pressroom foremen. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Single copy 10c. Sunday 2(X. Rural mall In Halt of Kansai. one year W7.B1; tU month* 1U.94; Ont Euewhere by mail, one year 130.00; il* monfhi, $16 00. one month 13.00. Pncc includes postage and applicable sales tax. Second class postage paid at Hutchinson. Kansas 67S01 FARNEY'S 405 North Main Phone 662-3751 ;

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