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Dow Jones Registers 3rd Straight Gain NAPLES DAILY NEWS Wed., Mar. 16, 1977 5B NEW YORK (UPI) - Stocks, registering their third straight gain despite late profit taking, climbed to their highest level since January Tuesday in the heaviest trading of New York Stock Exchange issues in a month. Wall Street was hopeful the bargain-hunting rally signaled an end to a two-month slump brought about by institutions switching to stocks that pay higher dividends per dollar and by investor uncertainty about the economy. The Dow Jones industrial average, up about nine points at one time, gained 6.65 points to 965.01, the highest level since it closed at 965.92 on Jan 25. The blue-chip average’s 10 64- point gain Monday was the best in three months. The NYSE common stock index rose 0.27 to 55.37 and the average price of a common share increased by 16 cents. Standard & Poor’s 500-stock index, containing some over- the-counter stocks, gained 0.56 to 101.98 Advances topped declines, 963 to 517, among the 1,930 issues crossing the composite tape, the largest number of stocks traded in months. Big Board volume totaled 23.940.000 shares, up from the 19.290.000 traded Monday and the heaviest turnover since 24,044,030 changed hands Feb. 8 . Composite volume of NYSE issues listed on all exchanges totaled 28,910,980 shares, compared with 22,310,120 Mondav. Many observers noted the market traditionally has taken off when analysts least expect it. Some said this was what might be happening the past three sessions. Much of the activity was attributed to internal market activity following heavy selling the first two months of the year. Observers also said the market also was helped by indications the economy came out of the severe winter weather in better shape than many had anticipated. Treasury Secretary W. Michael Blumenthal has said he expects the economy’s growth to improve substantially in the next three months. Investors continued to be encouraged by the Federal Reserve Board’s report last week of a $600 million decline in the nation’s basic money supply, following a $1 billion drop in the preceeding statistical week. This reduced pressure on the Fed to tighten credit. The rally was helped by automakers’ reports that early March sales jumped 19 per cent to 256,926 new cars, breaking an 11-year-old record for the period. Ford gamed l'/4 to 59^, General Motors % to 72Vg and Chrysler % to 20'/8. Among the blue chips and glamors, Du Pont, Eastman Kodak and International Paper - all Dow average components — along with IBM, Burroughs, Digital Equipment and Corning Glass gained a point or more each. Sony Corp. was the most active NYSE-listed issue, unchanged at 10 in trading that included a block of 100,000 shares at 10*/g. Prices rose in active trading on the American Stock Exchange The market value index gained 0.45 to 112.06 and the average price of a common share increased by four cents. Advances topped declines, 371 to 282, among the 935 issues traded. 100 980 960 940 920 900 i i i '1 " i i i i Dow Jones Average 30 INDUSTRIALS Mor. 15.1977 ( um ) HIGH 970.33 LOW 95«.19 CLOSE 965.01 UP 6.65 du F*b 25 Mor. 4 11 Dow Jones Averages closed Tuesday at 965.01 1 —I I l: Market Review NYSE COMPOSITE STOCK SALES By United Press Internotionol Tuesdov total 27.881.000 Previous dov 22,310 120 Wnk oop 22,965 690 Month ogo 25,374 380 Yeor ogo I floor i 23,78 3 570 1977 to dote I 297,977 372 1974 to dote 1,530 931 905 NYSE BONO SALES •y Unit«) Pr«»i fnternotionol Tuevtav total >19 350.000 Previous dov 18.no,000 Week ogo 17 626,000 Montfi ogo 17,685,000 Yeor ooo 20,435.000 1977 to dote 1X155,913.000 1976 to dote 1,342,101 500 AMEX COMPOSITE SALES ■y United Press internotionoi Tuesdov stock total 3.120 500 Yeor ooo (tloorl 3.271.505 Tuesdov bond total »1 270.000 Yeor ooo SI.164 000 DOW JONES AVERAGES NEW YORK (UPI)—Do» Jones doling range of overages Stock* Open Higti Low Close Chg 30 Inds 961 77 970 33 958 19 965 01 ♦6 65 X Trns 226 19 228 U 225 26 227 3**2 00 15 Utils 106 69 107 27 105 89 106 44-0 12 65 Stks 312 84 315 41 311 44 313 72 + 1 88 Transactions in stocks used in overages Tuesday Industrials 1 956 100 Trons oortotion 372 700 Utilities 593 500 Total 2.992.30C Range at prices mis year OOW JONES STOCK AVERAGES By United Pres» Infernofionol »ind20- Trimtii *5 Stks 11 o m 963 43227 02 1 6 72 313 44 Noon 962 1(22*38 106 56 312 92 1 pm 964 18 226 68106 '5 313 49 2 pm 9*6 17 227 21 ’06 66 3U00 3 0 m 96* Q] 227 21 106 66313 97 Close 9*5 01227 36 <06 44 313 72 Net chg 4-6*5 + 2 0 -0 12 ♦ 1 88 Pet ctig♦ 0 69 4-089 -0 11 4-0 6f Feu Nov Aug Feb M 20 IS IndsTrons Utils High 999 75 237 52111 (7 Low 931 52221 81 104 97 BondsClose Chg 20 Bonds 90 94 >0 04 10 Pub O ils 9*15•F00S 10 Indus (S ’34-0 03 TREASURY BONOS NEW YORK (UPI) - Closing over the counter US Government Treasury Bonds Tuesdov Prices auoted in dollars and 32nds Bid Ask Chg Yld 94 0 95 0 6'8 90 28 91 28 + 04 6 28 101 4 102 4 6 44 98 12 99 12 6 64 82 12 83 12 6 64 96 >2 97 12 6 92 77 16 78 16 6 80 82 28 83 28 + 04 6 97 95 0 96 0 6 69 71 n 72 784- 08 6 70 105 28 106 28 ♦ 12 7 52 73 24 74 24+ 12 6 99 72 0 73 0 ♦ 8 6 83 95 20 9© 20+ 8 7 13 99 12 100 12+ '2 7 SO 77 8 73 8 ♦ 08 6 8 7 710 71 0 ♦ 08 5 50 96 20 97 20 + 08 7 24 71 0 72 0 ♦ 08 5 81 106 20 107 20 + 04 7 75 101 12 102 12+ 08 7 69 105 24 106 24 + 04 7 74 102 16 103 16+ 12 7 72 104 28 105 28 * 08 7 80 98 16 99 16 + 08 7 75 4S 19*0 3 :S 1980 7s 1981 6 »S 198: 3 .s 197M3 Jun 6'sS 1984 Aug 3 «s 1985 May 4 «* 197545 Mov 6 is 19(6 Nov 3 iS 1990 Fee 8.» 1990 Mov 4 .s 1917 92 Aug 4s 1988 93 Fee 6*.S 1993 Fib 7 ,<s 1993 88 Aug 4 is 19*9 94 May 3s 1995 Feb 7s 190*93 May 3‘ :s 1998 Nov 8 .-$99 93 »« 8 « 2000 8s 2001 8 iS 2005 7'*s 2007 DIVIDENDS By United Press International Period Amf Pay Record INCREASED Auto Smutch O 30 Citicorp O 2» i Fst Ntl Bk NJ Q 50 UIP Coro O 05 RESUMED ^immoth Mort Q 07' j STOCK Kratos I Opt Rvder System 3pc INITIAL Biscavne Fed 17 Martin Process O 10 STOCK SPLIT" Son Jose Water — 2 tor 1 OMITTED Spencer Foods WHAT THE MARKET OID By United Press International NYSE Composite Tuesday Mondav Wk Ago SO 3 2« Nev> Mighs 92 7» 41 S-23 31Ne* Lows 47 $711 4-13 24Advances 933 89* *51 5-6 3-2S Declines523 5457*3 Unchonged 4*2 4*4 4*9 *15 4 1 Totoi 19K 1905 1903 NYSE sales 429 Stocks Comp 2'¡8'000 3 31 Warrants 93.(00 4 29 3 31 Bonds »19 350 000 4 29 J-l 4 14 415 WHAT THE MARKET OID By United Press International AMEX Composite May Fee Aug Aug Muv Fee INOEXES United Press International NYSE Clos«Chonge Common inde» 55 38 4-0 28 industrials »0 52 4-0 34 Tronsoort 40 77 4-0 28 Utilities 40 184-3 05 Finance 55 42 4-0 26 AMEX Market Value 1120*♦ 0 45 Av Sh Chonge ♦ 0 04 MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW YORK (UPI! - Markets at a glance at the close on Tuesday Stocks — Hignei in octive trading Bonds — Mostly higher US Government Bonds — Slightly higher in moderate trading American Stocks — Higher in octive trading London Stocks — Mined Cotton Futures — Higher Gold Futures — Higher Chicago Grain Futures — Wheat was unchonged to oft 1’* cents corn un changed to up 1 • oats oft 1' i to up ; ond soybeans up 3 .- to 5' > Cattle Trade Sales insufficient to es taeiish a morket Application Eng Assoc Coco Cola Beico Pet Cp Bunker Hill Sec CBT Corp Centron Corp Cons Nott Gas Conti III Prop Decorator Ind Dome Mines Earth Resources Economics Lae Federal P®>er Fluor Corp Gen Cinema Global Ri Est Hook Drugs Intercroft Ind Joy Mfg Co MAT Mfg Inv Mfg Hanover Natl City Corp Not1 Sec T« Enmpt Nevoda Savings Oiigeor Co Overseas Shiphidng Pefrolite Coro Roosevelt Nti Sto Rite ind Utd Realty Tr UPiohn Co Ups N Ocwrns USUAL O 05 O is Q 25 M IS', Q Tuesday Monday Wk Ago New Highs 233( 19 New Lows 40 39 2 Advonces3S4 308300 Declines 2*9 2(02(8 4 29 4 8 Unchonged 278 315 331 4 29 331 Totols921 903 919 3 31 3 23 Amer k on Stock E.change sales *183 25 Stocks Comp 3 120 500 420 3 31 Bonds *1 270,000 4 IS 4 1 IneJen High 112 14 Low 111 59 Close S-16 4 IS 112 06 up 0 45 STOCK PULSE By United Press International Copyright 1977 Tuesday March IS, 1977 NYSE Composite Most Actiyes By Volume Stock Div SonyCp 04b Firsfne 1 10 CocoBti 40a int T&T 1.76 Te»aco 2 AElPwr 2 06 PocGosEl 2 NoNtGs 2 08 DowChem 1 Asorco 80 NYSE Composite Largest Net Changes Vof Close Eoms PEYld 407 300 10 SO 48 21 0 356 500 21 ’ • 1 74 13 0so 253 '00 9J, 0 6614 04 3 246 700 32'.3 958 C 4 9 207 1 00 jr>. 3 20 9072 19« 200 231,26690 8 7 192 100 23 • 2908086 <88 SOO 47 63070 4 4 1(7.900 39¿. 330 1202 5 1(4 400 20'. 1 5«13 0 39 CHICAGO GRAIN CHICAGO (UPI) - Wheat was lower corn higher oats mined ond soybeans suestontially higher ot the close Tuesday on the Chicooo Board of Trode Wheat was unchonged to off I’« cents corn unchanged to up I1«, oofs off l*i to up i; and sovbeons uc J'j lo Trode was iioht throughout the session which was without ony fresh news Higher corn futures were attributed to improved upon and soybeans advanced on concern over shrinking suoplies of the suooly on hand Wheat declined in reoction to prospects of more ratn In moisture-short growing oreas The Outside morkets were lower GRAIN FUTURES By United Press International CHICAGO BOARD OP TRAOE Open 4 26 3-27 S-30 4 I 4-15 4-15 4 15 4-25 20 429 01 5 16 H . 4 IS 26 4 15 07 48 4« 05 07 » 25 07' , IS 05 17'1 18 27 06 4 25 , S-l 1-11 4 20 4 11 S-l* 4 29 3-31 4 IS 4 14 S-2 429 3 18 4 25 3 25 3 29 3 31 3 31 4 5 3 21 4 IS 4 15 4 7 3 25 3 29 4 1 J IS 3-31 4-1 5-2 4 IS 3 19 331 3 31 4 7 4 IS INDEXES By United Press International NYSE Common inde» Industrials Tronsoort Utilities Finance Market Value Ay Sh Chonge Close Change 55 37♦ 0 27 60 52 ♦0 34 40 77 ♦ 0 28 40 18 ♦ 0 05 SS 42 ♦ 0 2* 11206 ♦ 0 45 ♦ 0 04 MARKET INOEXES By United Press International NYSE inde» ASE inde» Dow Jones ind SUP 500 Stocks treasury statement WASHINGTON (UPli - Withdrawals and deposits in Treasury accounts tor »he fiscal yeor through Moren 11. ( round ed to tt»e neorest million donors' THIS YEAR Withdrawals $376.7*3 Deposits 366(14 Cush bolonce 7.465 Public debt 6*4 935 internal Revenue collections on March 11 were Si 418 Stock Oiv Close Cft *e Earns P E Yld EmpGos 40 241. ♦ 2 . S 3 28 8 0 1 6 EltroCp 1 16 30’ • ♦ 23 70 8 0 3 8 Tecmcor 40 341. ♦ 1’, 3 92 9 0 11 Cumins 1 40 SI1» ♦ r. 7 66 7 0 27 Konec Sv lg35». ♦ p. 3 14 11 0 2 ( Bucvrus 642*H♦p.203 130 24 Sup Oil 1 80 217'i -i*i 11.13 19 00« Momstok to 42 ♦ i » 1 93 22 0 24 JhsnCn 140 36’ j♦ in 3 83 10 03« Digital Eqp*4SI* ♦ 1H2 22 21 0 Ame» Composite Most Actives By Volume Stock Olv VOI Close Eorns P EYld USF.lter 28 10*7lX 14 . »1 57 9 0 1 9 Anglo C !2d 97 500 J*»1 84 I '3 6 HoustrvO K 85.400 4*1. 2 14 22 0 1 7 Asomero 25 71 700 ir. 0 98 11 0 22 Grt Bas Pet *3 900 6 > 0 10 64 0 Rese Con 08 45 300 20 > 1 St 13 0 0 4 Koi serin 2* 41 100 1« 1 1 98 8 0 1 6 Fiimwv 05f39.200 10 41 19 (0 05 Svnfe« X)Q V 800 19* ï 2 21 9 020 Gen E »ptor 33(00 11 0 5* 20 0 Mor Mov Jlv Sep Dec Mor Com Mar Mov JIV Seo Dec Mor Oats Mor Mov Jly Sep Dec 771 278 284 292 3 0U 3 10 264 26 « 2 68 2 74 1 51 1*0 Ame» Composite Largest Net Changes 55 38 UP 0 28 1>2 06 UP 0 45 9*5 09 UP *73 101 98 UP 05* Mutual Fund Reports NEW YORK (UPI) — Following ore pnces on the New York Stock E.chcing* Bond Mor kef • Voi Net Rating Yid ihdsl Close Chg A 89 2 99»» + ’» BBB 4 7 BB 7 9 A 90 BBB 6 4 AAA 8 2 AAA 82 AAA 65 AAA 54 Stock Olv AmMf 2 10b Shen Oil Cp SpencFd 32 SeasnAn 26 RltRtd 5*b Wynnsln 30 Van Dorn 44 Riley Comp Ptontron 08 PitOM 1 20a Close Cftge Earns P E YM 8 25 829 8 23 8 '9 ’59 709 7 12 7 18 Mov 721- SoyHean Oil Mav Jly Aug Sep Nov Jon High Low Close Prev 1 MO Du cents oer I bu i 271. 269 2701. 272 2 7( 1 2 751. 2 772 77 i 2(52 82 j 2(3i . 2(4 2922 882 90'. 292 i 3Oli . 2 97 1 300 . 3 011 3 10 306 1 09 2 310 1 Oucents per bu 2 531. 2 522 521. 2 521 2 59 1 2582 58! 2 58 264 . 2*32*4 263 2 66'. 2 65 . 2 65.. 2 65 270 2 68 . 2 69 . • 268 2 76 2 74 2 752 '4 bu cents per bo 1 ?01 681 68 .1 70 1 ov ; 1 *7' »1 68 1 1 *9 1 *31 6O1. 1 62 . 1 62 . 1 59 1 57 . 1 58 1 57' : 1 61 1 60 .1 60 >1 60 . 0*0 bu cents oer bu 8 30 .(21*» (27 8 23 8 33(22 ; 829 8 241. 8 32 8 22 ; ( 298 22 ; 8 24 (15 (21 8 IS' i '62 1 54 7 59 7 50 7 IS 7 07 7 10 17 06 . 7 19 7 12 7 1*7 11. 7 23 7 1( 7 21 j7 16 7 24 720 7 24 7 IS 1 — *0 000 lbs cents per lb 51'. ♦ 2 . »9 83 50S 5 Mor 2*35 2* 7026 1526 60 26 35 25l.-Oi. 1 44 18 0Mov2*60 2*95 26 3526 (52* 53 5 -O'. 0 5790 »10 Jlv 2« 75 27 19 26 5* 27 05 26 70 17’» -O'.1 5811 0 1 5 Aug 26(0 27 202**5 27 05 26 62 20’. ♦0». 2 1510 0103Sep 26 60 2*9026 45 26 (0 26 28 10 i -0 1: > 502 9 Oct *90 2* 35 25 70 26 35 25 80 9'. ♦ 0 i1 6060 4 6Dec25 60 25 9025 40 25 70 25 43 21 ! —0 1 3 39 60 Jon 25*5 25(5 25 4025 60 25 42 12 . -O' 1 0(9 14006 Mor25 7525 90 25 50 25 75 25 48 V ♦ 0 I ill 50 44 May 25 7025 45 NEW YORK (UPI) — Following Is o list of bid and asked prices on Mutual Funds os quoted by the NASD Inc March 15 1977 M Ask Acorn Fd 14 10 N l Adv Inv 10 14 N L Aetna Fd 7 36 8 04 Aetna In 12 97 14 17 Atuture 9 24 N L AGE Fd 5 29 5 40 Allstate 8 59 N L Alpha Fd 10 74 N l Am Birth 9 80 10 71 Am EatV 5 01 5 48 AM FUNOS GRP Am Bol 8 06 8 81 Ame OP 5 58 6 10 Am kM 9 84 10 75 Bnd FA 14 85 <6 23 Cap F A 6 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NEW YORk.(UPI) - The 10 most Mov Jlv Aug Sec Oct Dec Jon Mor Stay 8 Bid CHlLAoO (UPI) — Closing rang* of futures troded on the Chicago Mercantile E»ihonge Tuesday Open High Low Close Prev ibs. cents per tb J9 40 3( 95 39 17 39 72 41 90 41 45 41 (2 41 6t 42 90 42 55 42 77 43 1 2 42 *5 42 80 44 00 43 5 ' 43 77 44 7S 44 15 44 50 45 00 44 *0 44 «0 Estimated volume 11 328 eontrocts Feeder Cattle - 42 900 mtt centi per it 41 20 40 5 5 41 00 40 50 41 47 40 (5 41 25 42 35 41 75 42 35 43 25 42 82 43 10 42 90 42 «5 42 (0 43 15 47 (5 43 IS 43 50 43 20 43 50 Live Apr Jun Aug Oct Dec Feb Apr Star Apr 39 40 41 90 42(0 4J 12 44 00 44 75 45 OD 42 *5 42 92 43(0 44 47 44 90 Aug Sec Oe' Nov 40 80 41 30 42 15 43 20 42 90 43 00 43 50 41 07 42 05 42 95 42 *5 42 9> 43 30 Estimated volume *71 contracts Live Aug Oet Ore Feb Aor Jun 35 SO « 20 19(0 39 10 37 10 37 80 37 97 3*80 30 OtC lb* C*nts »er II 1* 30 35 » 3« 25 35 *7 39 IS 37 72 39 10 3( 13 41 25 39 52 41 20 39 75 39 8 ’ 38 75 39 62 39 1 7 37 75 3* 90 37 75 37 S7 3( 27 37 65 3A27B St >0 37 97 37 *2 37 90 37 95 3* 90 3* 70 1* 75 3' 00 .» 10 38 ' 08 *00 Plan Sounds Good, But! Q. You’ve written that wiping out a mortgage might be best for retired folk because they would thus get rid of the monthly amortization expense. But if a person had a $30,000 mortgage at per cent and could invest that $30,000 at 9 per cent, why wouldn’t it be better to draw down the few hundred dollars a year required for amortization from the investment and thus retain both a per cent debt and a 9 per cent investment? A. When you make it so attractive who could refuse? However, you’re overlooking a few practical matters. Mortgages at 6% per cent are as scarece as hens’ teeth. And even owing money at 634 per cent on your home and reaching for a 9 per cent return on your money could mean offsetting a very real debt with a less-than-top- quality investment. Furthermore — and the clincher in my opinion — how are you going to get 9 per cent (say, from a long-term bond) and still be able to draw down $500 cash a year? And (postscript No. 2) how about setting up a more realistic formula: 84 per cent or more on the mortgage and 8* 4 per cent or less on the top quality corporate bond investment! Q. What would be the difference between a glamour stock and a blue chip? A. A blue chip may be a glamour stock - or as dull as dishwater. It generally boasts a long, long record of leadership in its industry, an unbroken record of earnings and dividends going back 20, 40, 50 or 100 or more years, a management which has proved its ability to cope in good times and bad. A glamour stock is usually that of an exciting, high research, new invention company which may or may not have a “blue chip” record of earnings and dividends. It may or may not have a long management record. And it may be just emerging as a factor in a just emerging industry. Reading from the N Y Stock Exchange’s "The Language of Investing," a glossary of financial terms: "A blue chip is a common stock in a company known nationally for the quality and wide acceptance of its products or services, and for its ability to make money and pay dividends. Usually such stocks are relatively high priced and offer relatively low yields.” It’s a good definition, although low yields are no longer a “must" characteristic . . . especially in these days of strong competition from high yielding, high quality bonds. As to ’’glamour stocks," the glossary offers not a word, which is understandable enough. Glamour often lies in the eves of the beholder Q. I am a woman, 48, interested in building toward retirement at 65. I have savings and E bonds and have been reinvesting dividends in A.T.&T. Since the stock rose into the (0 area I’ve been considering dropping the reinvestment plan. I now have 45 shares. Should I put money into other utilities? A You lost me when you said you’re considering halting the reinvestment in A T &T. because it rose into the 60 area. If you have set up a program of steadily acquiring a blue chip stock you don't quit because the stock rises I would venture a guess that there could well be a telephone stock in the 17 years to your retirement — and even beyond. Naturally. I don't mean that Telephone should be your only investment But 1 certainly would not stop buying it because the stock is acting well. A stamped, self- addressed return envelope will bring you a list of other stocks you could consider as well. Mr Shulsky welcomes written questions, but he will be able to provide answers only through the column. For information on retirement, and pre-retirement planning, please include a self-addressed, stamped envelope Address your requests to Sam Shulsky, care of this newspaper Saccharin 'Hysteria ' Hits U. S. 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Fr*qnev So 8 2».2 . 2». ♦ 9 1* Magellan Pi 1 1 11* 1 1 18 1 1 16 P*nn Centi V I** 1*. ■ utd ConsaO è 7*. f. 7*4* ■« Wslbctr y Re l>. 1*. 1*. » eggs selling prices as >eooit*<i by the USPA Prnés pmd and delivered to Ne* York storedooi unchonged Prices paw and delivered to retailors F .tro Kir ge 6(«9 large *7 *( and me d>um&57 St — _ 021 CICbyl JotCheo Lvstk J IS LL JOtltt Ml (UPI) Livestock Ti«sdoy Cattle sales insufficient to establish nurke* Hogs ! trade nx*lerote bariows and gilts 75 irnts to i 00 ooer Ne I 2 .W 240 lbs I« 25 4 50 No 13 TOO 1 55 lbs I' '5 K 25 No 7 3 2V> 2»0 lbs 17 ® V 75 NEW YORK (UPI) - Flooded with orders from "hysterical" dieters, the nation's sole maker of saccharin and the industries that sell it have scrapped plans to halt production of the artificial sweetener The rush on saccharin products, similar to hoarding of sugar during World War II. started last week when the Food and Drug Administration proposed a ban on the sugar substitute because it might cause bladder cancer The nation’s only saccharin manufacturer, Sherwin-Williams Co. of Cincinnati, im mediately announced plans to stop production and that prompted a round of hysteria buying in supermarkets and at warehouses across the country. Sherwin-Williams abruptly changed its plans Tuesday and announced that instead of closing down production, it was resuming operations "Orders on hand represent more than a full mon'.h of production." said W F Inman. Sherwin-Williams vice president He said the firm has been flooded with orders from "industrial and beverage processors" A major marketer of saccharin, the Cumberland Packing Corp., which puts out Sweet n’ l tiw, had stopped production last Thursday with a normal three-month supply in its warehouses But by Tuesday, Ira Eisenstadt, Cumberland vice president, reported "It’sa'lgone " "We have had telephone calls from hysterical people asking what they should do to get hold of supplies," Eisenstadt said "People who needed a sugar substitute had been coming by with trucks to pick up a load " Eisenstadt said Cumberland has dropped plans to lay off its 300 employes and was producing more Sweet n' Low than ever "We’ve been inundated with orders." he said "We’re working 15-16 hours a day to try to keep up I'm sorry we closed down for one day last week " Soft drink industry spokes men reported a similar response to the possibility diet sodas will not be available in four months when the proposed FDA ban on saccharin may go into effect "Supermarkets are reporting a rush on diet sodas." one soft drink company official said "People are apparently buying up all they can and storing them in their cellars so they’ll haw continued supplies when they ban falls " > The FDA ban was proposed because tests conducted in Canada linked saccharin to bladder cancer in laboratory rats who were fed massive ck»ses of the artificial sweete