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   Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 3, 1969, Nashua, New Hampshire                               NASHUA TELJDGRAPH, NASHUA, N. H. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 19CT N.Y. Stock Prices At Noon Business Mirror NIW YORK (AP) York ItOCk Bschuif MlKtit SMI priem U1H KM (Ul.) Low Lul Ckf. Abbott Lib 1 ACF Ind Ad MUlli .20 Addmi 1.44 Admiral AftnaUl 1.4) AIcuuUu 1.1> .KM JUItgPv 13 AlltaJCh AUMStr l.M Alllj cnilm Aleot 1.80 AHBAC ASWX51 9. 'AmAlrlla AmBdat l.m Am ,Cui I.JO ACrjSug toiCytn 1-29 AmEipw 1.51 AEnka 1.90i A Hntn 1.41 Am Hosp .23 AmMWy .W Cl 1.M Am Motors AraNatOaj I Am 1 Am Phot '.0% A Snwlt 3.S6 ra 58 66" 64 65 34 2114 2014 20V. K IM 6614 6714 K M W4 Vt X 31% 3144 31% 49 28V. 26% 14 M 21 27% 14 84 IS 24% 84 34-i J4K-14 47 3614 38 SW-44 W4 7K4 12 X% 2844 2814-14 IS Itttt IK 113 CT> 3814 3744 >7% 14 HOUKhF H [OWW Jill HovrnX dahopw Basic 1 U Out l.N mp Cp Am gerRand 2- Blind Stl J nlwlkSt UN BH 3.W ntHirv UN nt Miner ntNIck l.JN nt Pap l.M nt .N owaPST 1.U FL ine 7144 n 55V. 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MI MH able to stock tmtumt, -_- value en or n-ilstribtiMoii dtte. (-Oeclind-w piUxi Iu this or puld ulttc ttock split t-wcUieMc paid this yen, u actumnlatiTe Ism with OMdndi b imgn. Paid tinwM vweittn OT no uUoi takei ml dlfMend tog. r-necurtd or peM itock dlvUenl. t-ftli li IMS, estlmited cub Tilw or el-distribution date. IM to itaA dDlu Er f-Er dlri- dcnd mil In full. l-dli-El distrtbn- n-Ei righto. iw-Wlthoot rints. ww-Wlth wtrrtnts. trtbuted. WlM tenMd. Next diy delivery. In bankruptcy or or Mar Korgulzed under fix Einkruplcy Act, er Mcuritiw Msamwl 6y recS com- putes. Forelsa lisi" tubiert to in- terest cquiUattM tax. Copyrishttd by Thi PTMB 1M9 Stocks Quotations from the National Association of Securities Dealers Inc. are representative inter- dealer markets change throughout the day. Prices do not include retail markup, markdown or com- Bid Asked mission. Copyrighted by llw Agsocisted FrejS 1900 Dividends Listed Monday'i lit DMMiKt Dedind Edgcomb Steel of NE 9 Pennichucfc Water .34 Pub Serv NH Com 30% 31 Pub Serv NH Pref 47 51 Royal Bus Frms 24 25 Sec Nat Bk Nashua SO Bemis Company IngersoU Rand STOCK i Nashua Colp corp 4pc j-24 s-ujsfoiHJgrs Associates Nat Systems (x) 4-18 T__ (w) A lor 3 stock split subject to Servomanon uic. approval. .JSprague Elec. -jencer Shoe 4-1 4JB (i) A 2 for 1 stock split subject to McDonnell Douglas .10 Q NwstAirl .88 28 85% 84% 4W4 Norton l.SO s 40H Nort Simon 26 46% Net Change Noon Mon. Prev. Day Week Ago Month Ago o Occident .SOD 188 47 11 42% '4B4--B4 OhloEdis 1.42 OklaGE 1.06 OUaNGs 1.12 OllnMat 1.32 Omarfc l.OIt Otis Eiev 2 Outbd Mar 1 Owenslll 1.35 14 3014 7 25V. 6 46V4-V 4T% 4814 42 97V. 96V. 96V. 9 SK4 32% 32% (4 Data SCM Cp ,60b Scott Paper 1 SMCstl. 2.JO Sean CD l.M SearsR 1.201. Sharon Stl Shell Oil 2.50 ShallTr use SherwnWm 2 SlgnalCo Sinclair SingerCo 2.46 Smith KF 2 SouCalE 1.40 22 85% 84.U 14 38 50% 5014 50V. wi ley. MS..... 7 3614 35% 35% 44 S53 62 62 -1% 44 5714 56% 56% Vt 4S44 44% 45-14 183 2S 24% 24% 14 18) 40V. 39% 40% 44 27 33V. 33 S3 Vt 16 60% 6044 44 41 24% 2444 2444-14 XS 7714 754'. 754S -W 14 S5% S544 SW-44 45 4S% 22% 23 18% 1S14 S 5114 66 81% 81 8114 46 4W Vt 209 42% 4214 43% 14 117 4734 4715-14 84 12 Mi 11% 32 37% 37S 37% 14 2 40% 40% 40% 44 44 52% 5214 5214 17 7154 71 71 -Vt _ S <9 27J4-.gm 273i..... 48 ffli 3K 33 2 53 5214 53 48 40% 4054 14 10 57% 57 73 52% 85% 41 56% 25 74 57 46V4 approval. REGULAR M 4-7 Dow-Jones Avgs DOW-JONES AVEKAGE1 Stock Averages STOCK AVERAGES Compiled by The Associated Press 30 15 Year Ago Hi ugh ow 1967 High 1967 Low Ind. Rails UtU. Stocks 508.8 515.9 15S.7 359.8 30 Rails 15 otlls J5 stocks 509 8 2145 15S.9 359.7 10 Public utilities 506.6 214.S 158.1 357.2 503.4 209.8 158.5 354.6 452.2. 174.6 146.6 313.5 531.1 217.4 160.4 368.8 435.6 165.6 135.1 493.2 209.6 159.1 342.6 413.4 169.4 136.1 292.8 10 Higher grade rails 10 Second grade rails Executive Reserve Group Plans Notional Defenses By JOHN CUNNIFF NEW YORK (AP) icy day lut week IDS ex- ecutives, profes- sional men and a c a deralcians, all: cleared to handle lecret material, gath- ered at a baro- nial mansion an hour's d'rive north of here to play games. T h e y were deadly earnest; were war games. Discuss Problems The group broke Into-units of eight or ten individuals to dis- cuss problems and work out; so- lutions, which later would: be presented to the entire assem- bly and then criticized by gov- ernment officials. One of these was Joseph F. Miller, executive vice president of a manufacturers' association, lawyer and former member of the National Production Author- ity during the Korean War. This was one of his problems: It is 30 days after a nuclear catastrophe and time to think of rebuilding the destroyed city. But there are materials prob- lems. Piping, for instance, is in short supply. Where can it be obtained? Miller's group, all of its mem- dealer prices as of noon. Inter- Ders familiar with construction, decided that it would be wise to dig it up. Frequently, he said, when a new pipeline is put down the old one isn't pulled up. Now would be the time to do so. In addition, although the nu- clear attack might have de- stroyed the structure in which the this case copper contained, some of the piping itself might still be salv- ageable. As Miller left that afternoon he had in his possession a'spe- cial pass and instructions on where to report in case of an ac- tual attack. It was a successful meeting, he reported. Forty re- cruits had been signed up. He was elected chairman. This was a meeting of the New York area National De- Executive Reserve, group of talented Individuals whose Job Is to be 'available, ready and trained to serve gov- ernment in t limited war or nu- clear attack." These arc the words of Arthur Rutzen, director of the. New York Held office of the Commerce De- partment. Adds Rutzen, "The purpose of NDES Is to get the economy moving.as fast as pos- sible after a catastrophic event." There are about mem- ben of NDER scattered throughout the country and at- tached to one or another govern, ment department. The .Depart- ments of Transportation, Agri- culture, Interior have units, tor example. Kept Informed Each member attends at least one two-day session a year in his own area, plus a one-day conference in Washington. Throughout the year they are kept up to date through con- siderable mail from Washing- ton. The government is looking for more such men, for as a Com- merce Department official com- mented, "We never have been successful in getting the needed number ot reservists for opera- tions and backup purposes." In the Vietnam War, the NDER remains on reserve rath- er than active duty because full mobilization has hot been de- clared. Throughout the Vietnam War it has never been neces- sary to allocate materials or fix prices and wages. The largest unit of NDER, some members, is at- tached to the Commerce De- partment, primarily because the job of increasing production and distributing raw materials becomes huge In wartime. For Jonathan Rintels it is even now a fulltime job. Rintels, director.of the Com- merce Department's Office of Mobilization Readiness, is scheduled to help run training sessions this; week in Texas. Three more meetings are to fol- low in Western states. Just in case. 75.38-0.20 10 Industrials 82.01-0.02 Bond Averages BOND AVERAGES Compiled by The Associated Pretl 20 11 Rails Ind. UtU. Fin. L. To- Net change -1 ..57.91 1968-69 Low 63.8 73.0 64.6 1967 1 1967 Low 96.3 96.4 96.6 85.8 87.6 91.0 85.7 95.6 86.1 79.3 79.3 79.0 7S.7 80.0 78.3 90.1 90.1 90.0 8D.7 89.3 90.2 88.0 92.5 69.1 Stock Market Mixed Today for hour wage-fringe Safeway 1.10 St Jos Lead StLSanF 2.20 stRegP 1.40. Sanders .30 SaFelnd 1.60 47 3614 3614 36% -r SanFelnt .30 75 5344 53% T4 schering 1.40 H9 8344 8314 8814 Vt SO S6M 86 MM 36 45 4414 49 2914 28% 2914 4 5044 90V. 50 44 29 42M Wi 42V. H '91 65 64 6444 14 174 50 8 48% 49% 44 69 69 17 5K4 55 55% 95 4014 W, 195 118 116 11614 31 80S 8014 SOW 493 5114 5014 112 39% 3914 South CO 1.14 82 2814 2751 27 14 SouNGas 1.40 SOU Pac 1.80 Si.M 91 44'A 44V. 44V. Sou Ry !.80a 28 6414 6354 63H Vt Spartan Ind 51 23% 2314 23% SpcrryR .Hfc 5W SW 8114 SOUIKD .701 12 22% 21% 14 St Brand 1.50 16 4514 45V. 4514 14 Std Kollsmaa M 25% 2454 25 -14 StOCal J22 Mi StOillnd 2.30 62 60 5054 fBVt Vt StdOIINJ .tUt J06 80S 79% 80 StdOUOh 2.70 54 7354 72V. 7214-14 St Packaging- 39 18H 1814 18S M StauKCh 143 47 47 StorlDrog .70 4S 36 3554 36 14 SievenM 2.40 43 6014 5914 8614 14 StudeWortli 1 H4 5754 SPA 14 Sun Oil Ib 76 75% 75y< -14 SurvyFd .72j 202 744 TV. 7V...... J87 SZ14 J144 M If TampaEl .71 Tektronli Teledyn asTf Tenneco 1.28 Texaco 2.80ft TeiETm 1.40 Te.tOSul Ttxaslnit .M 92 MM Textron .86 TMoko! .40 TlmeiMlr .M TlmkRR 1.M TransWAir 1 Tniuira Ik 87 1031S 10214 10244 44 210 31 31 187 82 81% 81V. 14 143 33V. 3314 H MO 1314 9314 W44 10 29V. 23 W 30% 99 3944 2154 34 45% 4514 35 39% 91 99 12 4644 46 4614- %8A.9.t. NEW YORK stock market Was mixed early -this afternoon, with weakness in industrial blue chips dampening some indicators. Gains and losses were about equal. An initial advantage for the plus side was whittled away. The Dow Jones industrial av- erage at noon was off 2.12 at 943.93.; Part of the loss in the Dow in- dustrials was due to the fact that some of its components were selling ex dividend, put- ting the average down 1.40 at the start. The Associated Press average of 60 stocks at noon was up a at 359.8 with indus- trials off 1.0, rails up 1.1 and utilities off .2. The major automakers, firm to a bit higher at the start, turned irregular, with most changes very narrow. Steels were mixed even though steel ordering last week reached its best level since 1968. Polaroid opened late due to a jam of sell orders on news the company was planning a rights offering to shareholder's. It sank a dozen points then pared the loss by about 2. U.S. Playing Card rose 2 and Diamond Internattonalwas un- changed. They have proposed to merge. Among other specially situat- ed issues, 'Youngstown Sheet and United Fruit lost nearly a point while AMK Corp. and Gen- eral Host dropped fractions. Ar- mour and McDonnell Douglas edged higher. On the American Stock Ex- change prices were irregularly higher in active trading. NEW YORK (AP) Long- shoremen and New Orleans shippers, reached a tentative contract agreement late Sun- day, but the head of the dock- ers' union says the 45-day strike will continue in all ports from Maine to Texas pending simul- taneous ratification votes by all port locals. The New Orleans three-year pact matches the New York in- a _ package bringing wages to an hour in the third year. York Sunday night, Thomas W. Gleason, president of the International Longshore- men's Association, said, the walkout would go on, adding: "We're waiting for settlements in Philadelphia, Boston and Bal- timore." Hopeful Sign Asked if the New Orleans set- tlement was a hopeful sign of ending the costlyw alkout, Glea- son said, "Once any port settles, it helps." The agreement in the south- Peopfe in ,fhe News ROME Pianist Mary Lou Williams' rendition of "Jazz for the Sun- day as the first jazz Mass at a Rome canceled by Roman Catholic authorities. A spokesman for the1 Vicari- ate, 'ecclesiastical-authority, for the city, said some beat music and folksong masses-had; been permitted, but they decided to "rethink" Miss Williams' per- formance' in view of, advance publicity. Atlanta-born Miss Williams, a convert to Catholicism, said, 'No, I'm not upset." Instead she played at a Mass and con- cert held in the chapel of a Lat- in-American seminary and dedi- cated to the late Dr. Martin Lu ther' King Jr. HOLLYWOOD (AP) Actors Sebastian Cabot and Leif Erlck- son left by plane Sunday to en- tertain U.S. troops in the Far East. Cabot headed for troop enter- tainment in Vietnam and Thai- while Ertckson began a 17-day tour of military hospitals in the Pacific. Powell, of Boston, an associ- ate director of the i Prudential Insurance spoke over Co. the of America, weekend at a seminar on obesity sponsored by the American Society of Bar- iatrics. DEVELOPED SCALE The thermometric scale was developed by Gabriel Fahrenheit, an 18th-century German physicist and manufacturer of meteorolo- gical instruments. COMPLETE JOS REIUMEi PRINTING PHOTO COPIM MAILING SERVICE Littltr Ine. PITTSBURGH (AP) Dr. Charles P. Powell, an expert on weight reduction, says shorter skirts have made women more weight conscious and has helped .he general public toward better eating habiti. WERFEN, Austria (AP) Arndt Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach, descendant of Ger- many's Krupp industrial dynas- ty, and Princess Hetty Auer- sperg were married here Satur- day, a spokesman: for the groom said. The 35-year-old princess wore a long Austrian dress for the civil ceremony. Krupp, 31, also wore an Austrian national cos- tume. A church wedding is planned for mid-February in the private chapel of Krupp's 72-room man- sion in Salzburg. BILLS PRESSING? on our OF am PAY ALL YOUR 'OVERDUE BILLS IN ONE EASY PAYMENT IF YOU OWE NOT A LOAN PAT AS LOW AS WEEKLY (12 WEEKLY )2Mf WEEKLY COR ACTION CALL NOW! m. 113-2123 MEMIMACK VALLIY IUP9IT 12 MAIN ST, ROOM NASHUA, N.H. MutiMra THi Gratttr Chamber M CommirN Dockmen's Settlement Reached in New Orleans Brewing Firm Lists Dividend The Anheuser-Busch, Inc., has announced a 20-cent dividend per share oh outstanding shares of the firm's stock, according to August A. Busch Jr., president and chairman of board. The dividend will be payable March U to shareholders of record on Feb. U. Edward F. Schmidt has been named to succeed Raymond E. Krings as Budweiser advertising manager. Krings retired Jan.. SI after serving 34 years with the com- pany. Schmidt joined the firm in 1956 as merchandising man- ager. ern port was hammered out with the aid of federal media f8rs in the office of the New Or leans Steamship Association. Alfred F. Chittenden, presi- dent of 1LA Local 1418 and Oar ence Henry, head of Local 1419 refused to discuss exactly whal was agreed upon concerning the issues of containerization and a guaranteed annual wage. .Increasing containerization ol cargo has been a sore point with the longshoremen, who content! such cargo packaging does long- shoremen out of jobs. The ship- ping firms contend that the process creates other jobs. Talks also resumed Sunday In Philadelphia, Baltimore and Boston. At New Orleans, as at some other ports, shippers had been offering a wage-benefits package instead of Tentative contract settle- ments have been reached in ports from Morehead City, N.C. to Jacksonville, Fla. KINS! You'll never forget the day you chose-your Keepsake. 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