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4 'DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1981 Utah County.. Utah- - Stock Market FURNISHED BY J. A. HOGLE AND COMPANY driver was seriously injured day whea her car rolled on Interstate 15 near here. Mon- - SALT LAKE STOCK EXCHANGE Bountiful Asked en by an unidentified Monday v Quotations:26.00Bid 28.00 tore and man control lost up a , Banner .00 ft .lOft $3,000 sign at a local motel SunBristol Silver .90 .85 ... NEW YORK STOCK' EXCHANGE QUOTATIONS - s-- Monday Tuesday . 60 ft 21 26 45 ft ...., .......... Cardiff Central Std . . Chief Con Chief Con Pfd .... ... Clayton Silver ..... Cochise Eratr Cons Eureka Crof f Oil , Crown Point Dragon East Crown Pnt . . East Std ..... East Utah Empire Mines .... Eureka Bullion .... Eureka ' Lilly Con . Eureka Std Grand Deposit .... Great Western ... Kennebec Majestic Oil Miller Hill New Park North Lily North Std 60 21 26ft 45 ft 41 ft 41ft 42ft 42ft 119 ft" 119 ft 100ft 100ft 39 38 ft ..... 27ft 27ft 41 i 41ft r 61 ft . . . 61 ft 36 ft 36 ft Cessna 55 ft. 55 ft Chrysler 53ft 53ft Corn Pd Rfg 21ft Denver and R G W .. 21ft 77ft 76ft Dow Chem . 222ft 223 Du Pont 100 ..... 100ft East Kodak 25ft El Paso ... 25ft 109 ft 109ft Ford Motor .. . 75ft 76ft Geri Elec 92 ft Gen Foods ,92ft 50ft Gem Mtr 50ft V2 ; Good Year' 36ft 36 Gull Oil 49ft 49ft Int Harv..: 81ft 81ft Int Nick . 66ft Johns, Man . Sl 81ft Kenneeott . 74 75 Korvette 77 Min Mri2 Mfff 78ft 53ft Monsan Chem . . .v. . . . 54 321 32ft Mont Ward 2 30 B Mtn Fuel Sup . . 18ft 18ft N Y'Cen R R 44 44 ft Olin Math ...... 92 ft Pac G and El 34 2 34 Parke Davis . . v. 48ft '48ft J C R R 15 V I0V4 Penn Penney. 56 56.V4 Phill Petei &5ft 96 Proct and Gam . . 56 ft 56 ft RCA 59 ft 59 ft Repub Steel 77 76 ft Revlon 80 74 ft Revn Tob ;.. 75ft 75ft Sears .j. 43 ft 43 ft Soeorrv 48 ft 48ft Std Oil Cal Std Oil N J 43ft 43ft ft Texaco Inc 49ft 49 40 ft 40 ft . . , Thiokol 56 ft 56ft Timk R Bear 44 44ft Transamer 50 50ft Tri Con Corp 130ft 130ft Un Carbide 36 Vb S6ft Un Pacific . s. Unit Air Line 41ft 41 1ft Unit Park City 1ft Steel" . 80ft 80ft "US 39 ft 39 Va Utah P and L.I 23 23 West Air Line 30 39 West Bancorp . A 44 Westg Elec .' 80 80 Wool worth OVER THE COUNTER Tuesday's Quotations:13.62Bid Asked Albertson's ft 14.62ft . . 20.00 22.00 ' Aztec Oil 69.50 Bank of Amer ...... 67 .50 5.00 550 Bonanza Air 2 ft Campbell Mach . . Z8.0O 30.00 Citizens Util B 11.00 12.00 Cons Freight 17.00 Deseret Pharmec . 16.00 12.50 1350 Equity Oil 3.37 ft 3.00 Federal Res 52.00 First Sec Corp . . . . 5O.0O 15.00 16.0$ First Sec Inv 16.75 Frontier Rfg ..... 15.75 143.00 Fron 6 pet CvBd .133.00 30.50 Intrsts Mtr Line . 28.75 1950 2150 Lockhart; . 5.75 5.00 Magna . 2750 29.25 Palomar 340.00 .315.00 Pal 7S W W ts 75. 340.00 .315.00 Palomar 6ft 3.00 3.50 Skaggs Leasing . 10.12 ft 5.00 Speedee Mart . 1050 11.75 Straza . 4950 Utah Canst 5250 .............. . L - . ....... ........... Park City Con . c ......... 9-- " . .......... .24 .05 .06 .40 .11 .03 .22 .08 19ft 07 .17 ft -- .09 35 18 .11 -- ft .40 1.73 1.65 .04 .60 02 .05 .70 .02 .03 .04 155 1.65 .65 .03 .06 .05 .60 .02 .05 ft .04 .17 , 37 .36 1.75 .13 5 Selective 1013 1083 Variable 751 812 Recent (UPI) from the Federal Home figures Loan Bank Board show that American families have savings of more than $312 billion, most of it in savings accounts, U. S. savings bonds, and life insurance. WASHINGTON . - OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS 4 AM EXPERIMENT, IS T I I JlST Alt wviIITU i r i Al -. "TUC nw. itimt nib U11 Hill i A k- NIGHTMARES YOD BEEKJ HAV1KP ' - ttVit I L SS l . ,a ... 4. V& I V tATELy, I FlfiUREO I Ml&KT TAKE LESS OF II A beatjw from two y A HERE V LESS POWM 1 THAN FRCMTWD ARMS ) AW' A HEAP UP V THERE IV Favors U. S. NEST EGGS i iinw future. Stocks . , f. O 9-1- . (Continued from Page One) admission from being raised at the AFL-CInational convention in Miami in December. However, the overwhelming ' council vote squeJched any idea of the teamsters being taken back in the near ' ; Mill IfIIIU' Hoffa - 1 I '! hi Street. Total damage was listed at $4,500 The car contained several passengers. The driver and passengers were taken to a local hospital and later released. The car was demolished.' 2 ....... ..... -- 43 .25 -- , . -- . . . .44 .20 23 .04 .04 .38 .09 02 day morning, strewing cement blocks over a half a block area, at about Eighth North and Main Meany was asked! under what conditions the teamsters could be 09;' at .09 readmitted. The AFL - CIO head Croff Oil, 4,000 at .04 East Std, 4,000 at .02ft said they would be accepted once East Utah, 1,000 at .20 Gold Chain. 1.000 at 17; 2,000 at it was made fully clear that they .15; 2,000 at .16 conformed with the ethical stanOil. 10.000 at .02 Maj dards set forth in the internationNew" Park. 1,300 at 1.60 Pros Oil Mng. .2.000 at .04 al union's constitution. Sage Oil. 2,000 at .38; 200 at .40 1.65 Meauy was asked if Hoffa could 600 at Tintic Std. Unit Park City, 500 at 135 come back in as president of the West Toledo. 3,000 at ,11 teamsters. Va Williston, 500 at .11 "Only if he emulates Saul of MUTUAL FUNDS and' goes out in the wilderTarsus Bid Asked Monday's Quotations: 8.67. 9.38 Afftt Fund . ness for a year to repent," he 13-61259 Div Shares said. 17.49 15.94 Can Gen Fund 13.62 1259 Chem Fund Meany said that Hoffa was "un13.94 E and H Bal F ... 12.90 fit by our ethics to head a trade 15.87 E Bind H Stk F . . . 149 ' 4.86 ... 10.61 531 union."-F I F 11.63 Fimdmenta! Inv The council, Meany said, will 9.608.78 Incorp Inv 19.79 Mass Inv Growth . 18.11 take up later this week various 17.04 Mass Inv Trust :'. . 1559 proposals to fight Hoffa's union-inclu- ding 18.82 Putman Fund .... 17.31 9.72 establishment of a rival Telev and Elec ... 8.92 organization within the Investor teamsters NEW YORK (UPI) AFL-CIand Meany 's proposal group funds included: union grant international the that Canadian 615 665 to teamsters charters" "federal Mutual 1174 1269 ' locals seceding from Hoffa. 2014 2177 . 5 185 150 SALT LAKE STOCK EXCHANGE SALES Central Std. 3,000 at .05ft 2,000 Cres Eag Oil. 9.000 ' at . 8-2- 05ft 165, 1.40 .... Prosper Silver King West . . ' 15 35 South Std i 34 Con Swansea. Tin-tiStd Williston lift ' i .07 "' J iK.' (Continued from Page One) Foreign Minister Andrei Gromy-ko'- s discussions with President Kennedy and Secretary of State Dean Rusk. Summarize Position As officials here summarized it, Gromyko'? position included these points: Russia, in signing its separate peace treaty with East Germany, is willing to include as part of agreethe treaty a ment on the status of West Berfour-pow- ri , 452-5t- - . Allied Chem AUis Chiam 'Alum Ltd Amer Can Amer Cyan A M F. Amer T and T Amer Tob Arizona Pub Serv Atch T and S Fe Beth Steel Brunswick ..... day-old-so- Car Wrecks Sign In Spanish Fork . n . : : son, 74, died Sunday, funeral pending. Louis Rockelman, 76, 864 W. 2nd S., died Monday. In fant Swaner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. Swaner, 1013 E. 33rd S., died Sunday, funeral was today. Helen E. O. Robertson, Alice Deloces (Dee)i Sm,eath, 41 875 E. Gregson Street, died Provo matron and 55, funeral Wednesday noon wife of J. H. (Jack) Smeath, Friday, 3153 S. 9th, E. Asa B. Smith, at died of a heart attack la t Mon 73, 2584 Lake Street, died Saturday night. day. Mrs.. Smeath, OGDEN Gregory L. Davis, who resided at of Mr. and Mrs. 1275 E. 800 NM h Street, Douglas . Davis, s u f f e red the died Monday, graveside services attack while atWednesday at 3 p.m. in the Salt tending a socLake Cemetery. ial gathering of BURRVILLE Lamar S. Fillthe Clivell Club more, 49, died Sunday, funeral at the home of Thursday at 1:30 p.m. in the Mr. and Mrs Koosharem Ward; Chapel. Gordon M. Mrsi Smeath Weight. She was ""7 taken by ambulance to the Utah Valley Hospital where she died soon after arrival. (Continued from Page One) She was born Sept. 11, 1906,, in farming out tool and Grantsville, to John Emil and woik and Birde Worthington Anderson. She die jobs " But even if a national contract received her education! in Grantsis reached, the strike could conville graduating from Girantsville tinue over local plant issues. High School. After her knarriage o of 85 Ford plants are Thirty-twto John H. Smeath Oct. 10, 1928 still without agreements and the in me bait juajce Temple tney lived union could let them remain on in Provo for a few years where Mr. Smeath was engaged in ;the strike until new contracts are , grocery business. They then moved written. The first hint of trouble in the to Kansas then back to Salt Lake and then to Provo where they strike, which started Oct. 3, came established Smeath's Shopping Cen Monday when massed pickets pren salaried workers vented ter. from entering plants and office Mrs. Smeath was an active Detroit area. member of the LDS Church. She buildings in the Trouble Few Spots is past president of the Ladies' considered The legal company ReAuxiliary of the Utah State end to the action illegal picketing. tail Grocers Association! and for mer president of the Lady Lions But before Ford could go to court, local union leaders called off the of Provo. She is survived by Iher hus demonstration which they blamed foreband; one son and three daugh- on lagging plant talks and union jobs. ters, John Boyd Smeath, Mrs. men working Both sides agreed there were a Russell (Lorna) Jones and Marilyn Smeath, all of Provo; Mrs. "few trouble spots" in the local Morris (Donna) Peterson, Iowa talks. City, Iowa; seven grandchildren, and one brother, Walter Ander son, Lrrantsvme. Funeral services will be held h Friday at 1 p.m. in the (Continued from Page One) Ward Chapel with Bishop Charles Atkinson of the 13th Ward offici- wish to return," Mrs. Golub found herself in the middle of an inter ating. Friends may call at Our national And for a Chapel of Memories Mortuary to threatened it brief few, hours, Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. and become more than a minor inci Friday prior to services. Inter- dent. ment will be in the Provo City The incident became critical Cemetery. when 10 Russians, including Ambassador P. K. Pon- Sunspots, which recently dis- omarenko, stormed into the air are port office. In the ensuing battle, rupted short-wav- e radio, vortices in Ponomarenko was punched in the great funnel-shape- d the outer layers of the sun. The nose while dazed embassy offiwhirlpools emit streams of elec- cials protested, "But he's the amtrified particles, moving 1,000 bassador ..." miles a second, that upset the Later in the day, Dutch police earth's magnetic field and play posted a seven-hou- r seige on the havoc with global communica- Russians and at one point con tions. sidered arresting all 10 of them. well-know- Mrs Verl Kelsey 47, New HarDaw Jones Averages 65 30 20 Total ' .15 mony, Utah, had a broken pelvis Volume . Rails Stocks Utilities Industrial and wai listed jin fair condition : ' Monday's-Close.39 242.32 .33 127.46 150.65 .09. Her .pickup was struck from here. 705.422.83 2,920.000 Tuesday's Open- - ' rear th by another car and she .06 .12 242.38 703.25 .17 150.74 09 127.58 was thrown out. N Y S E ACTIVE STOCKS , AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE Bid .Asked Close Chng Tuesday's Quotations: Complete Volume San Diego-- 1 a,i Birdsboro 66,600 46V2 5ft 135ft r 13 ft 5a Bunker Hill Mesabi Trust . 61,400 14V2 ft V 6 1 ....., 14ft. Mont Ward ... 47,000 32 6ft Day 'Mine Vb 14ft Hecla Mng Gen Mtrs. J.. . 37,100 50 a 30ft Mtn Sts T and T .... 29ft Gulf Oil . .. 30,100: 36 V 1ft Avoo Corp !. .v 29,500 243,s New Park lft Vb 59ft , 50ft Std Oil N J . . '; 28,400 43 Paddington f 2ft 2ft UNCH Rico Argentine ...... Stud Pack i..'. 28,100 11 28ft 28ft Alum Ltd ... 26,400 26 Technicolor 9ft 8ft ft Utah Idaho Sugar ... 26,300 25 ft Ep Paso N G A car drivSPANISH FORK . John A. David- SALT LAKE Heart Attack A woman CEDAR CITY (UPI) Membr of New York Stock Exchanfi Utah Obituaries Woman Driver Mrs. Smeath Seriously Hurt Succumbs to Ih Crash Freeway End in Sight non-unio- Defector 12th-13t- tug-of-wa- r. fist-swingi- C A.RNIVAL By DICK TURNER Pres. Clarl v SALT LAKE CITY (UPI) of the Mormon Church. Funeral services for Clark, a former undersecretary of state and ambassador to . Mexico, died Friday at his home in Salt Lake , - . Presidency, conducted the services in the Salt Lake' Tabernacle. McKay read some telegrams 6f sympathy and love at the opening of the serviqe at 12: 30 p.m. ' The funeral cortege ipf-- Clark's family, General Authorities of the Church and wives, and widows of former General Authorities led the d Tabservice into the Russian troops stationed there. There would be no such internationalization of East Berlin. West Berlin, as Russia has always insisted, could not remain politically a part of West re But East Berlin would ' main the capital of East Ger many. Nuclear Free-Zon- e in To stabilize conditions - be a "nu wouldEurope, there clear-fre- e zone" comprising East and West Germany, Poland and Czechoslovakia. This was a revival of the Soviet - backed Rapacki plan, which the West rejected in 1956. Gromyko offered no inspection against cheating. Western access to West Berlin would be "guaranteed." But officials said Gromyko never spelled out the guarantees. None of Gromyko's points was exactly new. from Page One) fore a congressional committee would be subject to a maximum penalty of $5,000 fine and five years imprisonment. The subcommittee said that James T. Ralph, an assistant agriculture secretary, "needled" Howard J. Clegg," president, and Robert Murphy, executive secretary, of the Utah Cattlemen's (Continued Association. The "needling" came at a dinner attended bv various farm and political groups in Utah, it said. subcommittee ernacled Lines of mourners passed by the bier of - the church official- diplomat Monday night and prior to the services. - Clark served. 28 of his 90 years in the. First Presidency with Mc Kay. President Henry D. Moyle term ed Clark's life as "exemplary." 'He endeavored throughout all his years in the First Presidency tc magnify his office and calling, to do his full duty. He was anxious to be an example unto all other holders of the priesthood throughout the Church," Moyle - e) said. Moyle added, "He"ggs uncompromising in his attitude toward that which he considered either evil or error. He sought after , truth and righteousness." The member of the First Pres idency concluded by saying "No one doubts President Clark's ab solute faith in the reality of the resurrection He passed "from mortality, to immortality with that same assurance which lighted his . life here." Other speakers included Joseph Fielding Smith, president, of the Council of. Twelve, and Harold B Lee and Marion G. Romney of the teen-agers- Council. Mark E. Petersen gave the in vocation as a member of the Coun cil and Hugh B. Brown, counselor in the First Presidency, gave the benediction. The Mormon Tabernacle Choir teen-agerpresented several of Clark's favor ite hymns including "Come, Come Ye Saints," and "Guide Us, Oh inconsistent use. Thou Great Jehovah." They wonder why they are "old Burial was at the Salt Lake City mature enough to work Cemetery. to baby-si- t their enough younger Listed as pallbearers were Dr. J. LeRoy Kimball, Dr brothers and sisters, but not old Richard W. Sonntag, Gordon B enough or mature enough to be Affleck, Joseph W. Anderson, Or-v- trusted on dates, to use the famW. Adams and Rulon P. Pe ily carn to handle their own money, or buy their own clothes." terson. The teen-age"wanted to do what was right, .but the 'right' Foods seasoned with onions are seemed so often to be what their equally disappointing when frozen, parents wented at the moment..." since freezing weakens the flavor the study said. of onions. foundHerrold's researchers full-tim- Berg Mortuary Cemetery funeral service will be held SWednesday at 1 p.rrw in the Eureka Ward Chapel. Friends may call at the Chapel from 11:30 a. m. until time of services. Burial will be in the Eureka Cemetery un der the direction of Eerg Mortuary. D. T. Dunlavy . Only Nine S3 said, rt m T and the 1 interest these people have been getting for a year or more, will have doubled their money at Guaranty. At 4 they'd need 18 years to do as well. Already they're living better on their extra I ' t 'You Q-- Q (5) 191 by NEA, Ino. T.M. Reg. U.S. Pt f much violence on TV!" HI n i As reported in the Hogle Review --o- Ask us about these 6 stocks stop in, phone or mail coupon Genera! Electric Co. 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James Franklin Duff in funeral $erv-- , ices will be Held Wednesday ot 12 noon in the Berg Drawing Rogm Chapel. Friends may call at th mortuary Wednesday prior toerv-kes- . Interment will be in Provo City e, - individualists" during his speech. ROHBOCK rv s active r A Claims Nephi Citizen at 73 rs pated future earnings indicate possibility .v. It Heart Attack i al singled Clegg and Murphy out as "free enterprisers" and "rugged Week!" 6 silver-dome- Probe "Better just humor them! This Is Fire Prevention ' self-confiden- ce McKay, long - time associate of Clark's as a member of the First By NADINE SELTZER by NEA.h T.M. Re- - U.S. Pat. Oft d er j 161 that communication breaks down not only between parent and child, but between parent 'and parent. "In at. least half the fam ilies studied, the mother and fa ther did not feel they understood each other," Herrold said. The father's role in the family is less fplear these days than when hef was the -- unquestioned head of he house, the research-er- f found Many fathers seemed their teen-agechildren have to believe they should be the could be solved if they learned family leaders, but lacked the to "communicate" with each for the role. ether. Some fathers saw themselves The researchers found that par merely as the "family treasurer" ents tend to let things "ride" un- or the "meal ticket." til a decision has to be made:' They then are inclined to coer- cioii1 rather, than discussion to achieve their aims. nuaren on tne wnoie are more willing than Iheir parents to talk things over," the research ers concluded. They do not want to hear a "lecture," don't want to be talked down to. Theyjwant to share experiences and to learn how to be an adult. The study was made by the DeLeon (Lynn) Nephi NEPIIIpartment of Psychological Foun Jackson, 73, died Monday mordations and services, Teachers home" of a at his heart atCollege, Columbia University, un ning der direction of Kenneth F. Hcr- - tack. He was born May 21, 1888, In rold Thirteen families in rural Beth- Nephi, a son of Nephi and Mary marel, Maine, and 15 in suburban Ann Ockey Jackson. He was to Emily Lee Greenwich, Conn., were guinea ried Dec. 20, 1916, in Nephi. pigs for the study, meeting six to are his widow, Nephi; hours each week for more Surviving eight than two months with the project one daughter, Mrs.' Monte (Mar-joriBailey, Ogden; two sons, staff. One out of every three mothers in the groups held a job Harold L. Jackson, Nephi, and outside, the home; one father in William G. Jackson, Denver, six held more than one job The Colo., and nine grandchildren. He was a member of the LDS majority of the parents had gone" to college. Church. Underwriters of the project inMr. Jackson was an employee cluded the ' National Institute of of the Texas Oil Company In his Mpntal Health, the National Ed- early working years. For the last ucation Association, the Green- 20 years he was an employee of wich Health Association, and the' the state and Juab County road Family. Life Foundation of New departments. York. Services will be held WednesThe Findings at 2 p.m. in the Tephi Fourth day Researchers tound that the ma- Ward Chapel. Friends may call jority of the 'parents try Vto make tonight and Wednesday froiriJ2 too many of the decisions for, in- noon until time of services at the ." stead of with, their Anderson Funeral Home. Burial For parents who feel that their will be in the city cemetery. authority is resented, the problem is frequently "blocked communication and understanding, rather than insubordination," the researchers decided. What the parents did not realize, said Prof. Herrold, is that s are ready to respect parental authority when it is api propriate, but are confused by its E City. He Was 90. LDS Church President David O. West Berlin would be a "free city" with token Western and 6 Thou- Saints faithful sands of paid their last respects today to President J. Reuben Clatk jJr.i first counselor in the presidency -- the s By GAY PAULEY UPI Women's Editor NEW YORK (UPD Teen-ager- s want to talk problems over with their parents. Often if is the parents who aren't listening, a Columbia University study shows. The study, in which families in both a suburban and a rural community were involved, showed that many problems parents and Latter-da- y lin. Ralph, Teen-Ager- Conducted For Ger-man- v. SWEETIE PIE Want i6 Air Problems With Parents Final Rites Yt , , 1 V M s .