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Palm Beach Post, Wed., November 13, 196&-29 . Sugar Futures HOM) TRANSACTIONS Continued From Page ? 7 Bank, Trust And Insurance Stocks' Post-Election Optimism Excites Stock Market Empire Gen Empire Lf Am Empiovr (irp Emplov Rein Excel Ins NY Fam Lf Ins Farm A Home 1 31', 51 51 14 107 644 -'4 6.11,-1 12 62 62', 62", ... 27 614 63", 61', 24 68"-, 684 14 53 6.H, 634 6.H, ... ,38 1"6 s, 105', 1"6S, 3 17', 97', 97',- 4 2 78 78 784 11 4.3V, 43', 4.3V, ... 64 120 1174 120 3 Farm New Wld ,17'i NFW YORK l'Pl' Domestic Sugar Futures closed 4 points hieher Tuesdav on the New York Sugar Fxthange on 4 sales. The world sugar contracts closed 10 10 4 lower on sales. The Ranee Open High Low CW Prev. Jan. 2Mb . m 2 i 2 'S 2.75 Mar. 2 7b 79 2.79 2.7u 2"0-?2 21 Ma 2 HK-iC 2.HU 2M 2.W-W 2 1 Jul. 2.5 2.97 2 24"-91 29H S-p. 2.M9 ,1.111 2.H5 2.v 3.tl (Vt. .1.U1B -ItM .l.iH 211 .i.t5 Npv. luiB JoT Ml 3 H Jan 3loB .1.1'IA .114 Mar. 3.1-iB 117 3.11 3 UB lit Sales 2..134. Soot price 2.2(1. Opi'ninieresrMl.W. Dwmeslk Sugar The Range Open High Low do? Prev. Mar. 7.w 7.7U 7.7u 7 7(1 7.W Ma 7.66 7.70 7.70 7.72A IM Sales 2. Open interest 671. Spot price 7. 7u. rid A uep 4 Fid Corp 25 Fid L'n Life 67 First Am T I4T 18 First Colons 18 First Fed WV, 9 851, 8.54 85 85 8.5 71' 714 1 79', 20 13', 93', 93', A 13 1,1 1.1 4 82 82 73 88S, 88 10 78 78 82 884 4 78 74U, 14 4 54', J43 19', is" First National Found Gr Franklin Fund Am On Lf Wis lien Reins Ga In! Cp (.len Falls Globe 1.4A ( ovt E mnlov 44 1 744 NEW YORK (UPIi-TTw following bank slock qun-lalions from the NASD national lis! an? representative inier-dealer price as of the close Tuesday. Inter - dealer markets change throughout the dav. Prices do not Include retail markup, markdown commission. Bid Asked BkAmNTiSA UK', Wl1, Bk ol NY in, ll Bankers Tr NY M M'i Cnem Bk NY 731, 74 Cont III Chi 47'-, 47i, Crocker ('it 4fS 461, Fst Nai Bos Mi Ksi Nat Chi 7'-4 I"1, Frank Nat L I U 42 Kings Ctv Tr 4 51 ,VI.inuf Han 67S ', Morgan Guar U, IBS Sec Kl Nl BkLA 55', ' U S Tr N Y 80', 'i Wells r'argo SI1, HI1, NEW YORK ILPI'-The following insurance stock quotations from the NASD national list are represen tatlve Inter-dealer prices as of approximately noon Tuesdav Inter-dealer mar. kefs change throughout the dav. Prices do not include retail markup, markdown or commission. Bid Asked 4 874 87 4 874 6 91 91 91 1 4.1 73 73 7,3 4 64 664 654 66 ', (riv Emp Life 18 62', 61', 61 ', s, 22 55V, 55', 5.5', 4 lit Lomw Lf 18 NEW YORK (UPI) Postelection enthusiasm whipped up an aggressive stock market demand Tuesday as advances led declines by about 2-to-l. Turnover was heavy. Strength is not considered uncommon after a presidential election, but doubt is strong in Wall Street that the market can sustain any prolonged forward thrust, unless of course peace comes to Vietnam. Harris, Upham & Co., In its "Research Resume," said the market likes to let a newly elected President have a political honeymoon, especially if he has just won from an opposing party that had been in power. However, the firm also noted that declines often follow such an upswing, and most analysts believed the advance would be short-lived, at least until more is known about the new administration's policies. Investors, meanwhile, also were encouraged by prospects of another boost in weekly steel production following the 4.6 per cent jump in the week ended Nov. 9. Also spurring demand was the recent report by the National Association of Purchasing Management that new orders and production last month chalked up the first boost from September in 10 years. ' The UP Stock Market Indicator, measuring all slocks traded, showed a gain of 0.83 per cent on 1,600 issues crossing the tape. Advances outnumbered decline, 956 to 471. There were 131 new highs and 13 new lows. The Dow Jones Average of 30 blue chip Industrials was up ! Southern It 184 4 M 19', 18'. 55' 56',- 4 76',1, 74 65 4 774 74 65 Noeasln 20 23 Nowestn 43 4 45 Occidental 12 ', ll1, Ohio Cas Ins 48 414 Old Line 38 v, 31', Old Republic 19', 20', Pac Standard 124 13 Peerless 8H Peninsular 4(1 45 Penna Life S64 87 Peoples Life .18 394 Peoples Pro! 5 Phila Life 28", i, Piedmont 254 27 Pref Risk 104 114 Prol Life Ins Prov Wash 38 394 Prov Lf Ins 201, 21', Prov Lf&Ac 70 73 Pyramid 18 20 Rep lexas .34 .15 Rep Nat 32 33 1 Richmond 52V, 53V, Richmond pf 51V, 52l, Safeco Corp 62 634 Safeco 4',s pf 23 23', St Paul Co 37', 38", Seabrd Life 8', 9 Security Conn IT, 12H Sec Hartford 48', 49 Security L&T .39 40 Sec Title 84 94 Sierra Life 3 3', Southland 52 54 Sowesln Life 33', 34', Std Secur 28', 294 State Cap Lf 19 19', Sun Life 22 22 , Supreme Lf 11 13 Time Ins 314 T I Corp 56 57 Trans W SF 3', !, Travelers 35 35', Travelers pf 46 46', I'nderwrtrs Nat 12 44 Unlcoa 374 L'nlt Am 84 9 Unit Family 3', 4', L'nlt Founders 25', 26', Unit Life Ac 17 18', L'nlt Svcs 36' .I84 U.S. Fit; 74 75 Utd Trust Variable An 214 224 Volkswagen 6 74 Wabash Life 4', 4', Wash Nat Ins 40 41 4 Western CftS 54 554 West Reserve 14 14 4 Windsor 6 64 Wld Svc Lf 11 v, 124 Zenith Lie 5', 5S 2.3 .3 9 6 ,11 714 714 714 91 14 MKT 4s9ll MoPac 5s2il5 MnPac 4',s2" MnPac 4',s3U MoPdc 4',s90 MoPdC 4t,stl5 MonlW 7S.S88 MonlW 6',s87 MontW 4', 90 MorrsEs 3',s MSI. In 4', 84 NatBis 4',s87 Natl v;s 5',s NdlDalrv 4 4 Nat Dair" IsTO NatDairv 2', NatDlsl 41,8.3 NatDlst4',s92 NalI.ead 4 s,s Nhi SH 34s8 NYCentl fem NYCentl 6s8(l NYCentl 5sl.l NYCen 4', 13 NYCentl 4s9N NYCMc 3',98 NYNH 4',s22 NYNH H 4s07 NYTel 4',s11 NYTel 34s78 NYTel 2',s82 Norl&W 4s96 NoARock 4', Norl'ent 4'-,s NorNG 54 "79 NorNG 44 80 NorNG 4", 81 Nor Par 4s97 Nor Par 3s47 NoStP 4i,s86 NisSlP 3',s84 Nlhrop 4',s87 NortSIm 6s98 OgdenCp 5s13 OhinEdis 3s74 OhiFd 2',s75 OklGE 4',s95 Oneida 54s88 Ownll I',s92 PacGSrE 5s89 PacGiVE 5s91 Pai-GE 44 12 Part IE 4', PGs I',s96kk I'acGE 4', 93 PacGF 4', 15 PacGiVE 3s74 Pac G E ,1s71 PacSwA 6s87 PaiT'el 24 8b I'anAA 44 86 I'anAA 4', 84 PaikerH 4s92 PennDx 5 82 Penny JC lis PennCen 6s9.1 3 854 H5i, knv, 4 4 864 864 864- 4 6'i 21', 464 4.1', 62 Tl'i 16 W VI ', 25's 434 13', 1 854 83S, 854 24 84', 84 4 68' 68' 22 19 4 49 844 684- 4 41-4 714 ... 65 34 Over The Counter Quotations from the NASD are representative inter-dealer prices as of approximately 4 p.m lnter-dealer markets change throughout the day. Prices do not Include retail markup, markdown or commission. Alico Land 19 4 20 Aloe Creme Labs 1 Amer. Bankers Life Assurance Co. 17V, 18 Amer. Bankers Life Insurance Co. 17 26 Amer. Heritage Life Ins. Co 14l4 14 Arvida Corporation 17 17 A7tec Oil IS", 16 S Bancstock Corp. of America 12 13 Biilups Western 10 10 lsi Nat'l Bank of Palm Beach . . .7S 8(1 lsi Nat'l Bank of Riviera Beach .33 35 Fisher Foods 41 42 Fla. Pub. Utll., Common stk 19i4 20 v, Florida Tile 2H 29 Gulf Life 31 32 Lum's Inc W 55 Marriott Corporation 29 29 National Life Insurance of Fla. . . 11 11 4 Soroban Engineering 311 U.S. Sugar 49 50 L'nivis, Inc 18 li 9 79' 5 65 65 12 ' 17', Guar Sav Life Gulf Life Hid Hanover Hllrd Fire Htfrd S B Home Ins Home Sec Horace Mann bid Am Ind Lf ft Ac Ins Secur Intercoast In 1 1 Life Inlerstate Lf Jeff Pilot Kenn I.ifeSAc Ky Cent Lamar Life Liberty Corp Liberly Nat Life Assur Pa Life Ins Fid Life Ins Ga Life Kv Lf Inv Iowa LincAm Life Line Inc Life Line Cons Line Nal Ale Ham I.f All Aml.&C Allcltv li, IS 12 5 1101. 1104 1104 V, 111, 8 8 78 75 42', 114 .31', 41 254 71 18 V, 19 19'. '. .304 55 5'4 350 1S ii" 80', 544 18', 18 6', 30 47', 43', 644 28',, .W 9', 31', 8S 11', 264 44 144 10 s 374 25 48 16 5S 25', 21', 26', 5', 15', 16', 76', 19', 7 18', 54 14', 14 48 17 14', 23 V, 23', 74 .'I84 38', 1'. 24', 4 42', 11', 10', 29', 414 11', 12', 65 I2H 18 101, 9 Allied Life 6 Am Bank Assur 17 17 Am l-amlly l.t H', lb 13 85, 84', 85', 4 101 174 17 17', , 6 824 824 2', ... 1 784 78', 784 4 5 71', 71 4 71434 19 112 111', 112 1 22 1244 1241, 124t l Am l- id Lite Am Founclatn Am Founders Am lien 36 24 47', 15 5S 241, 20', 25',, 5'., 14 3 ', Xl? M', V, 26 81 94 83 784 764 10'j 8 ii .'4', 34', 1C, IK', 51, 15'' 5'i R 10 '84 4 64 4 1 764 5 76 3 774 76 76 2 774 774 ... Estimated Orange Crop Up 4 Million 16 75 V, So 18 1, 10 74 7.1', 15 83', 834 Louisiana & 7341 8.34 ... 70' 4 Loval Am 22 fll, 70' 5.22 to 964.20. DJ rails and utilities also gained. The New York Stock Exchange Index mirrored a rise of 41 cents in the average common share price. Turnover was 17.250.000 shares, up from 14.250,000 shares in the previous session. American Motors topped the list of 15 most active issues which included 11 winners, three losers and one unchanged. The auto issue ; picked up 1' to IS', on 381,500 shares, including four blocks ', totaling 155.000 shares at 15 to 151;,. General Motors fell 4, Chrysler '2. Ford gained L4. Safeway Stores was second most active, losing to 27 on 307,700 shares which included four blocks amounting to 83.300 shares at 27 to 27'.4. Grumman rounded out Ihe three most active issues. It dropped two to 33 on 217.100 shares, including 164.900 shares at 32, pai l of which was a cross-transaction. As to the remainder of the aircraft group, United climbed .'i'n following record third quarter earnings. McDonnell Douglas added l'v Pan American Sulphur rose l'l4- It received a merger proposal from Gulf Resources & Chemical Corp., the third such offer the sulphur firm has received recently. The Susquehanna Corp. and International Nuclear were earlier suitors, iulf Resources added V In the steels. Republic dipped one, with Jones & l.aughlin off IV U.S. Steel gave up Weakness reflected recently price cuts on hoi rolled sheet. Chemicals were narrowly irregular, as were most rail issues. Getty lost 2'4 among the oils, but Occidental, the sixth most active issue, picked up . Superior advanced a point. Sinclair dipped ll.-2. Prices on the American Stock Exchange were higher in active trading. Volumii, amounted to 7,570,115 shares,.-, as against 5,761,060 shares in Ihe previous session. The AMKX Index rose 21 cents to $30.77. Of the 1,037 issues traded, 478 advanced, 108 declined and 151 finished unchanged. 60', 61 , I6:i 81 794 8142 Cruise Ship Heads Home JACKSONVILLE (AP) The cruise ship Oceanic, lis 1,040 passengers all safe, limped toward New York Tuesday night, nearly 24 hours after a boiler room fire forced the Bahamas bound vessel to turn back. "The situation is under control and everybody is safe," reported Capt. Franco Mariot-ti in a ship to shore telephone conversation. Mariotti said the fire broke out Monday as the 728-foot ship steamed southward off the Florida coast. "It was brought under control after three hours," he reported, "and we're now returning to New York at a moderate speed of 10 knots." Mariotti said he was encountering rough seas and high winds off the Florida-Georgia coast, but stressed that his ship was operating normally. He didn't sav what caused the fire. "We hope to reach New York sometime Friday afternoon. All services are performing," he said. The Coast Guard in Miami said early Tuesday it received a message from the ship, reporting the turnaround. A spokesman said the vessel did not request assistance. Johnson Opens Yule Seal Drive WASHINGTON (AP) President Johnson opened the 1968 Christmas Seal campaign Tuesday and got a special thank you from its honorary youth masters, Buffy and Jody of the "Family Affair" television series. "1 want to thank you for helping us to help other people," said Johnnie Whita-ker, 8, who stars as Jody in the TV program, as he gave Johnson the first sheets of Christmas Seals in a White House ceremony. He also presented the President with a recording of his song, "Every Little Boy Can Be President," and said it was for his grandson, Lyn Nugent. Anissa Jones, 10, Buffy in the series, gave Johnson a pin with the cross of the National Tuberculosis and Respiratory Disease Association, sponsor of the campaign. She also presented Johnson with a doll for his granddaughter, Lucinda Robb. "Thank you for being such a good President," Anissa said. "You're a very nice girl to say that," Johnson replied. Madison Life 17 Manchsler L&C 4V, Manhallan Life 13', 6 62', 62 Mass Gen 13 '1 NEW YORK (LTIi-Thej 62 ',-24 ''4 4 169 4 88', ... 112 "-1 113 934 4 IHI 90", 90", 1 169 169 30 88'-, 884 37 114 112 185 1,14 112 14 934 9.1 following local insurance stock quotations from the NASD are representative! inter-dealer prices as of Chicago Grain CHICAGO (l'PI Wheat, oats and sovbeans wore mixed, corn and rve fractionally lower at the close Tuesdav on the Chicago Board of Trade. Wheat was off to up cent; corn off to '4: oats off to up; rve if I to S,; and so beans olf to up . Wheat gave up one cent under selling iv commission house speculators and wal prolessiotials before resistance developed to aid a partial recovery. F.arlv commercial hedge selling qulck- v lowered corn prices, which held just indrr Monday's closes throughout the session. Trade was light and manv radrrs evened positions. Soybeans benefited from the strength n oil and lack of selling pressure but trices eased a minor fiaction in light, wo sided trade and thin demand. Trade In oats and rve was light, fol-owintr fluctuations in corn and wheal. Am (ien pf Am Heritge Am Income Am Life Am National Am Pioneer Am Pres Am Pub Lf Am Reins Am Reserve Aigonaul Ins hankers Nat Bankers Sec Bankers Utd Henellelal Beneficial St Bonneville Bus Men CNA Fin CNA Fin pf Cal Wsln St Chesapeake Chubb Cp fit Life NY Coastal College Lf Colonial Lf Col Penn fit Combined Am Cornw Life Conn (len Conll Am Con 1 1 Mori Criterion Crum Si F Crum it F pf K.isln Life approximately noon Tuesday, inter-dealer markets change throughout the day. Prices do nol Include re- 1 9 (9 ,9 18.1 99121 99H9 99(21 fl 23 75 4 75 4 754 ... 20 74 714 74 4 69 I024 1014 1014 ... 10 1014 100', 1IHI4 4 13 H124 102', 1024 ... 4 91', 9K4 991,-H .1 85 ' 81 84 1 1 71 71 71 1 tall markup, markdown or commission 44 16 i 13 V, 22 V, 21, 6S 38 37', 9't .14 2.1', 6', I2, 11 I'l 28 41) 4 111', 12 H 63 Mass Ind Merc Sec Lf Mid Wesl Nat Mdwstn Natl Mdwstn Utd Mission Eq Modem Sec Monarch Lf Monument Mut Sav Life Nat Am Nat Fidelity Nat Inv Life Nat Lile&Acr Nat Lf Fla Nat Old Line Nat Reserve Nat l'n Fire Nat Western Nat'inwlde New Hamp No Am Life&C 48 21', 18 ll. IP, 14', I'. 25', xM 14', 27', 10', 57', 16', 16', III 56 24', 74', 28', Ml', 31 II', 62 114 12 12', -1', .1 70 70 70 10 66 4 664 664 1 69 4 69', 69'.,l 9b ', 6 96', 96'-, Am Bank Fla 25 26 Am Home 89 93 Bank S Ship Cobum Intl 17 18', Congressional 7', 8', First Inv G. Washington 44 i Great Kasln 20 214 Jersey Ins Pac ins Pension Lf 6 8 Presldenll Lf 9', 10V, Profession NY 4", 5', Trans W Life 7 7', 76 4 76 4 4 80 7 76 4 5 80 18 86', 8b 12' No Am Life Ins 174 No All I. Am 9', No Central 8'., LAKELAND (AP) The U.S. Department of Agriculture Tuesday estimated Florida's orange crop this winter at 133 million boxes. The prediction was up four million from the October figure, but an industry leader saw little effect on prevailing prices. There were no other changes in the estimates on grapefruit and other citrus. "The crop estimate increase today is, for the time being, expected to have little effect Electric Failure Hits Palm Beach Area An area of Palm Beach encompassing some 1,000 homes and numerous hotels were without electricity for a brief period early Tuesday due to power lines down on Ibis Isle. The cause of the power interruption is not known. Power was restored to half of the area within 15 minutes and service to the other half was restored within the next hour. 2 89 , 89', S9V, ... 27 12b', 12b 12b', 14 291 10b ion, lli 24 II 1074 I1171, 107', ', lb lb 15', 16 4 17 120', 118 1204 2', 52 115', 115', 115's 4 80 91 90 904 4 1 468 468 468 .1 67 67 67 4 1 63 63 63 Investing Companies 22 27 24.201 New York lUI'li Stock - National Assoc! Select 9.5b I0.2K ation of Securities Var Pay 9.68 10,5.1 Inc. Inv Res 6 43 7 03 Dealers. Tuesday Aherdn Bid Asked Istel Fd 29.35 .10.2' 3.18 3 b.i Ivesl 16.79 IX T 91 114 121 119 41 139 7 8,1 11.'!', 1H 2 U84 119 138 1 58'424 8.1 83 Jacksonville Cattle JACKSONVll.l.F (API Florida cat-lie receipts at eicht markets ,'l.HU) compared :1,2IKI week ago. Slauthter steers choice HIKI 12IKI lbs 2H.2.'i 2.l. Kooil Wl-lll) lbs 2l.IKl-27.IIO. Heifers: few choice 7mHM lbs 2(i.l)-26..VI, good S(l MW lbs 2'2.S(l-2h.iKl. Cows: utilllv lT.ClO 211. r0. cutter 14.DU-17. "ill. Hulls: few commercial 2'2.iH)-2.'l in. utility lk"ill22.il Calves: choice 275-5WI lbs 2:.ll 2K IM. Kimd 22.KI 25..KI. Vealers and I5M-275 lb calves: choice .13.MI.W.W. fjuod Feeder steer calves: choice .'KH1 ridtl lbs 2rplKI2S'Ml. good 2.1 HI ai.Stt. standard 20 IHI-J4 ihi. Hood lsn .iKi lbs 25.no m.m. standard 22.KI-27.(Kl. Heifer calves: good m lbs 21.0II-21.VI. standard W.W 22 IKI. (iooil l.Vi.'inn lbs 24.nu-20.no. standard 2llim 2r IHI. Steers: lew choice fjWf-m lbs 25 (Kl ''). 711, gonil HI 750 lbs 22.10-25IKI. Heifers: good 4HI-7IKI lbs 10 51)-22.25. slaml.lid ,l:m-KI lbs 17,IKI-20.:iO. Cows feeder and replacement: standard and good In 00 22 1)0. utility 14.ou-lK.no. 1.19 10 IH Ivy Fd 29.19 29 49 110 1044 Ilil', 101 1 American Honds Salesllhdsl High Low ( lose ( hg. Aeronca 5V,s82 6 139 159 139 3 Air Inl 6',s86 2 225 220 225 13 Air Inl 5',s87 II 92 90 92 3 Alska 64s86 6 111 140 4 1 404 4 Alska 6',s87 10 1211, 120 123 -1', Alska I 6s93 2.1 130 1281, mi a-p, AllegAll 5',s91 1 108 108 108 .... Allen Fl 6s87 56 117', 111 117 4 Alloys l! 4',s91 101', 1024 1024-11, Apl Cp 5l,s88 .11 102', 101 102 ', 1', AplEI 3',s70 1 IP, IT, 9.1', 4 AppDev bs75 5 425 425 425 5 Asso Oftli 6s75 4 125 125 125 .... Aslrex 5s76 12 115 132', 135 .... BsnEd 2',s70 2 95', 95', 95', .l l liris Cr 7s72 3 18 98 98 1 Cob Cp 5',s87 14 94 92 91 ' 1', "15 I 'm Ihnstn 23.07 23.07 1 18 1 51 KKVSTONK: 6 75 7 38 Cast H I 21.24 22.17 10 liil, pi 1 pn 124 11 1214 121 3.82 4 11 Cust 11 2 22.61 24.70 Arlv Fd Alfll Fd All Am Ami ap Am lius Am Dlv Am Grth Am Inv Am Mut Am Nat Am Par 1 88',, 88',, 29 81 804 8 94 94 ,1 8-14 84-4 12.41 1.1.57 Cust 114 10.37 11.32 7.74 8.41 Cust K 1 1.1.1 10.19 10.1,4 111.61 Cusl K-2 7.74 8 16 88',,,- 4 81 1 94 ':, 844 ... on prevailing price structures," said Robert W. Rut-ledge, executive vice president of the Florida Citrus Mutual. "Sales of fresh oranges and particularly fresh grapefruit are excellent with volume increasing daily. Juice yield in Hamlins for this time of year could set an all-time record low. "Therefore, less juice yield could easily offset the three per cent crop increase," Rut-ledge concluded. The federal estimate includes five million boxes of temples, Included in the estimate for the first time this year. It also Includes early and mid-season oranges, up two million, and valencias, up two million from the Oct. 10 estimate. The California navel crop was eslimated at 20 million boxes, up two million. The estimates placed Florida's grapefruit crop at 42 million boxes. The Florida lime crop was put at 750,000 boxes and the tangerine crop at six million boxes. Other orange estimates include 4.1 million boxes in Texas and 4.1 million in Arizona, with 3.7 million boxes of lemons in Arizona and 15.5 million boxes in California. Texas figures to produce seven million boxes of grapefruit, Arizona three million and California desert valleys 3.3 million boxes. Florida sugar cane production was estimated at 35 tons per acre and production was placed at 6,580,000 tons. Pecan production In Florida was put at 4.5 million pounds, peanuts 1,600 pounds per acre and 80 million pounds, corn 38 bushels per acre and 16,226,000 bushels. And tobacco 1,742 pounds per acre and total production of 27,880,000 pounds. 11,27 12,32 I Mi .193 1014 ... H64 4 32 1014 llll 63 H7 4 86 5 67 67 Cust S I 23,48 25 62 Cust S2 12.80 13.96 lust S3 111 10 85 Cust S 4 7.28 7.11 6. -1 10 10 V, 89 89 - AM lllll! (.ltd! 1': Cap Fd In .1 II.52 Polaris 6.06 6 63 l)K Gr 15'H 17.41 Knikr K.5H 9,40 14.IH, 15,40 11.64 12.7: 17.18 11.6' Dlv Inv 1071 11.77 Knk Glh Fnd ln' 12 25 1 1 42 l.e.xing Assc, Fd 1.74 1.90 Lex lies K l.ibity HOI (illTON: Life Gr AxeH A 9,02 9 80 Life Ins 0 8.31 9.08 5,68 6.21 8.51 1.30 News Of Record AxeH 11 11.2,1 12.21 LOOMIS SAYI.F.S AxeH St 8.87 9.69 Can Inl 40.32 10.3: Axe Sol 7.20 7.H3 Cap l)v 14.3.114.33 Habson 9 11 9.11 Mul 1707 17.07 Blue Kid 14.76 16.13 Manhln 10.10 11.91 with on omoiing nw product. Uml Slk 7.88 8.61 Mass Fd 13.75 15 0.1; Host SI 10 ,10 11.26 Mass Gr 1.1.14 14. .16 Host Fd 9.61 10 52 Mass Tr 17.81 19 4b Broad St 16.4.1 17.76 Mates 15.03 15.03 Bullock 16 4.1 18.01 Malher 26.26 26.26 C (i Fund 10.97 11.8b MrDon 10.95 12.IK) STOP But. It li ntw kmd of I no.l poliih-a bitttr noil polith that 14 84 4 84 4 84 4 ... 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STOP BITI cannot Treasury Notes NEW YOKK (UPII-Closlng U.S. Treasury Notes for Tuesday. Prices in dollars and ;i2nds. Bid Ask Yld Nov 5', 1 8S..10 100.0 5.12 Feb 5 IW m:H W..ll S 67 Apr 1', 10 08 12 08.20 5.16 Mav 5 1069 00.29 00.11 5.69 Aug 6 19 1(1(1.6 KX1.8 5.64 Oct l!j 1069 07.6 97.14 4.49 Apr 1, 1970 95.20 96.0 4.51 May 5 1070 90.26 90.28 5.71 Ocl 1! 1970 04.8 04.24 4.13 Nov 5 1970 08.24 08.28 5.60 Feb 1971 99.17 99.21 5.54 Apr llx, 1071 92.24 9.3.8 4.52 Mav 5', 1071 90.10 99.14 5.50 Ocl 1', 1071 91.12 91 28 4.54 Nov 5-, 1071 90.17 00.21 5.51 Fib 4', 1072 07.16 07.24 5.51 Apr I', 1072 80.12 00,12 4.61 May 41, 1972 07.10 07 18 5.52 Oct l'j 1972 88.8 89 8 4.55 Apr l'j 1973 86,28 87.28 4.59 Oct 11; 1973 85.20 86.20 4.59 Aug 5 1974 99.4 00.12 5.76 Nov 5', 1074 00.24 100.0 5.75 Nov 5i, 1071wl 99.24 90.28 5.70 Feb 5', 1075 90.24 lout) 5.75 May 6 1075 101.8 101 16 5.72 Subject to Federal taxes but nol State taxes. Source: First Boston Corp. waih ofl-muit bo rtmovod with pol Belle Glade Nov. 12 FOB Shipping point Information for Tuesday as reported by Federal State Market News Service. Pre- lap Lite 8.8.1 y.08 jwovs t-d Jh.l8 1Y.68 Cent Shr 13 40 1 4.64 MOKTON FI)S ( llW'NINf; Mil Gr 15.14 15.59 FINDS: Mil Inc 5.17 5 67 liaian 14 40 13.74 Mrl Ins 9 12 10.32 Com St 2.28 2.49 MIF Fd 20.11 22 iil iih romovtr. STOP 8ITI hardom cooling F.xtra. Lake Okeechobee Section: naili oi thoy grow. It It colorloii and hormltis. AiV for STOP IITI Gmlh 9 19 10.17 MIF Gth 6 15 6 9' Incom 1 60 10.47 MuOmha 5.67 5.6' Spei l 1.02 1.39 Mut Shrs 2.1.27 23.2' by nomt. Don't bo dUapoointod by ubstitutoi. STOP BITI, $100... bisA.NS. Harvesters 5 60. CELERY: Mkl. Steady 16" crts 2 doz 3.00. 2 S doz. 3.00. 3 doz. 3.0(1. 4 doz. 3.00 CHINESE CABBACE: 16" crts. 1.50. CORN: Mkl. Steadv, Crts, 4-5 doz. Yellow 3 HI, While 4.00. ENDIVE: Mkt. Steadv 11-9 bucrts. 2.50. ESCAROLE: Mkt. Steady 11-9 bucrts. ( II ASF. (mill P: Mul Tr 2.94 Km! jrnmwmmi l-'nil llos 14 116 15.37 NKA Mut 12.12 12 3' Kronl 11.1,49 118.3.1 Nat WS 11.48 12.4: ST Bos 15 34 16.98 Nat Inil 14.05 14 0: Chem Fd 19.90 21.85 Nat Inv 8 63 9.33 2.25. LETTUCE: Romalne- Mkt. Steadv 11-9 rucrts 2.25. Boston crts. 24s 2.50. Bibb 12 qt. bkts. 2.00. Leaf 4-5 bucrts. 2.00. Col Fql 5 .14 6 19 NAT SF.C SFR 1 112', 112', 1124 4 Col Fd 13.96 15 2b B.ilan 12.71 13.18 95 4 Col Grth 8.58 6.85 Bond 6.51 7.11 10 954 95 2i.ll 101 104 105 97', 97 rortMvers fmmokalee Section: CUCUMBER: Mkt Steady, bu. 8.00, Fair (IIMMIINHI.TII IMvid 5.82 6.36 Fl MIS: PI Slk 8.47 9.26 101 1", 97 4 110 914- 4 754 ... 110 914 14 110 33 94 1 754 Cw lap 12.00 11.11 Incom 6.51 7.11 Cu lh In 11 86 1 2 96 stock 10.35 11.31 quality 5-6 10 PEPPERS: Mkt. Steadv, bu. Cal-Wonder Irc 5.00. TOMATOES: Mkt. Light Harvest. 40 lb. ctns. 85 per cent more US No. 1. Cw Inv 11.51 12.58 Gi wlh 12.11 13 2.1 32 68 ' ', 684 681,- 14 Cw Sik 11.03 4 954 954 954- V, Com ltd 6S83 37 126'J 121 123 1 Comptr 3i,s87 24 100 96', 98', ', Condor 6s82 22 200 190 W) 22', C'ondec 5s93 40.1 104 100 1 04 54 Cont Tel 5.,s86 10 121', 124', 124',- 4 DtaPrc 5',s87 749 1,50', 1 11 147',5, Dlal'rc 5',s87 49 300 295 300 10 Davlln 6s88 21 186 180 186 1 DLWN.I 4s9.1A 2 45 45 45 .... 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LcslicF 6',s86 6 182 177 182 2 LevInT 54s87 5 228 228 228 -2 LevInT 5',s87 59 1784 171 1784 4 LevinT 7',s79 14 87 87 87 4 LtvAro 6',s86 14 211 212 212 1 Llvaro 6',s88 77 78', 774 7H', 4 Llv El 4',s92 1 89', 89 81 -I', Lundv 64s88 9 102", 101 101 4 McCulO 6s88 21 151 144 141 4 8', Mohawk 6s13 19 97 94 97 3 NtBIIHs 6s84C 5 101 1112', 10'2',- 4 Nat Eq 5',s88 122 81 86', 88',2V, NatGen 5s84 5 70', 70', 70', .... NatGen 4s93 641 101 98 101 1 NoesIA 6',s86 20 109 4 107 109',, ... Nvtmics 6s82 3 225 225 225 10 Svlrnirs 6',s83 369 1144 1304 1.144 44 Oko Cp 5',s88 23 122 117 122 5 Okonile 4',s92 49 9 5 94', 15 ', Okonile 6',s88 62 77 76', 76', ', Ozark 5',s86 33 115 112 115 3 Ozark 6',s88 20 109 107', 109 1 Phoenix 6s87 16 110 136', 140 J Pioneer 6',s84 4 147 147 117 .... PbSvKG 6s98 1 1014 1014 1014 4 PurFash 6s79 5 104 KM 104 2 PurFash Ii',s81 2 81 Si 78 78-2 RpdAm 5',s7iC 9 112 130 110 .... ReevesB6s76C 5 190 490 25 Res O&G 6',s92 127 127 121 126 1 Saturn 5',s8T 129 152', 150 I'm .... Saxn 5' ,s92 15 281 270 281 11 SbdWA 5sH6 1 126 126 126 3 SC1E 2:,s76C 4 77V, 771, 774 .... SCIE 34s78K 4 78 78 78 4 Si SCIK 4',s82H 10 77 76', 76', Sid Int 5s87 59 140 1.10', 139', 94 Slvlon 6s88 7 136 115 135 - 4 Susque 5',,s88 17 110', 108', 1II8',1!, TechTape 6s82 19 98 96', 97', ', IV Am 6', sS2 27 96 91 951,1-14 Telex 5s87 12 112 111 H2 1', Tsl Ind 6",sS2 44 145 1 40', 140', ', T( A 6s82 14 101 loo', 102 I Tvcol.ali 5',88 51 KHii, 97 I1K14 4 I'nexcell 5',s82 16 1115', IIII4 1041, I, Utd Imp 6s76C 3 183 181 183 '2', I'SNalH 6s79 8 93 91', 95 1', Verntrn 5',s82 24 17,1 168 168 2 Vis El 5',s82 1 1181, 1184 1184-15', Wain 7A 5s88 166 118 112', 138 5', Wld Am 5',s87 18 111 110 110 1 Wesl P 6',s87 24 162 1 58 1 58 1 Wvle L 5',s88 .360 ln2 99', 102 1S, 90 1 33 90 89 '4 4 764 4 82 764 (OMMONWI.TH Neuwth 311.20 30 20 ilil ST: New Kng 11.89 12.85 ASH 1.87 2.02 New Hot .12.50 3 4. IHI C U 2 07 2.2.1 New Wld 16.27 17.78 Cnmp Cp 10 76 11.76 Newton 17 18 19.08 142", 144 - 4 Chicago Livestock 138 145 19 89 884 89 Cotton Futures NFW YOKIs i urn Cotton futures contract No. 1 closed unchanged lo HO points lower. Open llikh Low ( lose ( hg. Jan ... JIDDA 20 W 20,50 20.7OB 80 Apr ... 21 5IIN 21.50N.... Jon ... 24 5DA 22 VIN.... Aug ... 22 50N 22.I0N.... Nov ... 2.'. .TON 22.50N,... Jan ... 22 VIN 22 SON.... Apr ... 22.V) 22. VIN... . A Asked; H Bid; N Nominal. ( nmp Fd 12.15 11.5.1 Neast IT 18.1118.11 CHKAt.O lUPIl IUSUA i Livestock Tuesday: Hoes ft. mm. Barrows and gilts 25 to I omp Fd 12 15 1,1,21 Ocean 10.0111,0.1 Concrd 18.61 18.61 Omega 9.75 9. 10 K WEATI I EH f ;T TONY . - X. GLENN f 1 X 6:25 PMjj's P r TONIGHT);,; CIVILsriTS 68-C-4325 Sandra Smith, a minor bv her father Clarence E. Smith, and Clar-ence E. Smith individually vs. Jewel K. Walters; suit for damages In excess of $1,000 for Injuries allegedly suffered In a traffic accident Ocl. 1. 19(17 al the Intersection of Military Trail and Okeechobee Road, Palm Beach County. 68-C-4322 Patricia R. Benson, a minor, by her father Raymond W. Benson, and Ravmond W. Benson Individually vs. Robert L. Shirley, Hobby's Ski School. David Chrlslopherson, and Clndv Caldwell; suit for damages In excess of $1.0(10 allegedly due to negligence. 68C-4317 Willis 1. Dells vs. Julia L. Marksherrv; suit for damages In excess of $1,000 for Injuries allegedly suffered In a traffic accident Oct. 17, 1968 al the Intersection of S. Olive Avenue and Nottingham Boulevard, West Palm Beach. 68C-4321 Nationwide Mutual Klrm Insurance Co. vs. Theodore J. Alston; suit for $18,!W3 damages for Injuries allegedly suffered bv client In a traffic accident Aug. 28. 1965 on SR 5. Vero Beach. FINAL CIVIL. .11 LMJMENTS 68 C 4285 - The Slate of Florida vs. Prudence Mutual Casualty Co. and Johnnie L. Carroll. Judgment for plaintiff. 67 C 999 Leo B. Schwack Individually and as the father of Bruce Schwack, a minor vs. Jack Schram, a minor, William Komhauser and Mildred Kornhauser. Judgment for defendant. MAKKIAI.ELK NSE APPLICATIONS Thomas G. Carroll. 25, and Karen S. Tannery, 19. both of Wesl Palm Bearh. Jerry D. Moore, 27, and (jail G. Smith. 25. both of Wesl Palm Bearh. Guv W. Held. 25, and Julia K. Peltee. 24. both of West Palm Beach. Anthony M, Morosci, 32, and Myrna Ellott, 22, both of Hartford, Conn, William H. Hall, 32. of North Palm Beach, and Maxlne T. Reckamp, .38, of Juno Beach. James F. Sweeney, 45. of Danla, and Lillian L. Howard, 53". of Hlaleah. Joseph J. Bingham, 43. and Ceclle S. Galvln . 45. both of Boca Raton . Robert J. Llllle. 19. of BovntonBeach. and Vernlce L. Grant, 18. of Uelrav Bearh. Theodore O. Webb. 35, and Betty Schuiu. .39, both ol Riviera Bearh. Stephen E. DeC'oursev, 19, of Lake Paik, and Linda M. Townsend. 18. of Riviera Bearh, John W, Campbell. 28, of London. England, and Andrlelte R. Casanllnl, 25, of West Palm Beach. Clair G. Saxlon Jr., 24 and Julie A. lsbell,18,bolhofWest Palm Beach. Rubin Clinton, 22. and Evelyn Bryant, 18, both of Delrav Bearh. Rene R. Atkinson, 21. of Lantana. and Patricia L. Brlsselte, 20, of Greenacres Cllv. Thomas E. Klein, 23, and Sharon M. Rivers. 21. both of Wesl Palm Beach. DIVOKCESl ITS FILED Bettv J. Kunselman vs. Bovd H. Kun-selman. Nancy A.Spain vs. Henry Spain. Lee OrenLlck vs. Georgia Bene Lick. Stanley E. Shllferl Sr. vs. Marie E. Shiffert FINAL DIVORCE GRANTED Victoria D. Taylor vs. Ravmond H. Taylr. 17.79 17. mos'lv 50 lower, moderately active earls , later and closing falrlv active. No. 1 2 sorted 200 215 lb. W.7,5-19.25; 275 head Cons Inv 14. 3i 14.62 100 Fnd Cnsum I 5.86 6.40 One Wm Conv Xer 12.65 13.83 Oncll Corp l.d 17.12 S8.74 Ooiih 21.26 21.79 9.51 10.36 KCtti 10.36 23.09 2.1.09 W.25, 62 head hlgh-vieldlng about 21;i lb. 19.511: No. 1-3 200-225 II). 18.00-1S.50; No. Cnnv 14 82 16.02 1'cnn So Crown W 869 9.511 p,.nna F 2-3 220 24(1 11). 17.50 18.00; No. 2-4 2.KI-250 lb 17.2547.75; 25U-27U lb. 16.50-17.25; No. 16.25 17 81 3 4 270.300 lb. 18.IKMb.5U. Sows 25-.KI 11.66 12.71 9.39 10 21. 12.89 12 89 lower, moderately active. No. 1.1 340 400 82. b8 82 68 Phila Fd 11.18 15.72 I'ilgim 17.76 19.41 Piloi I 01' 4.4'i Pine St 8.85 157 Pioneer 20.73 20.73 Planned 16.08 17.55 Price Tr lb. 15.25 15,75 : 400 50(1 lb. 14.T0 15 25; No. lleVgh M Dei ,ilr Held Fd Divld Sh Dow Th Dtexel Dtevfus KTIIN A 23 VKiwo lb. 14.00 14.75 : 61111650 II). 15.86 17.33 15 .10 16 50 NFW YORK (1'Ph - Cotton futures contract No. 2 closed 12 to 56 points lower. (Ipen High l.nw ( lose ( hg. Dec ... J;.;-, 2;::i 27.05 27.09 48 Mar ...2H I0 28 III 27.56 27 62 40 May ...28 18 28 18 28.02 28 02 42 Jul .... 28 70 28.70 28.2 8 28 28 42 Ocl ... 28 05 28.05 27.16 27 Ui 40 Dec ... 27 85 27.85 27.20 27 15 -49 Mar ... 27. 8511 27.25 -96 26.14 26 II 22 1014 1004 1004 4 67 110 108'., 110 14 317 90 88V, 894 1 7 210 210 210 11 1.17 85V, 84',, "54 ... 257 98', 97 4 974 V, 28 82 814 82 -2 ,18 82 81 82 1 194 112', lllll, 112', 4 7 8114 80', 801, ... 111 103 102 ', 10.1 i, 16 82 82 82 1-4 25 804 8O4 804 ... 137 77 4 77 4 77', 4 4 85 85 85 2 11 87 864 87 1 1', 31 924 1814 924 14 8 9.1 92', 921-, 14 24 118 lib', 1 .38 8 1 94 4 944 944 4 95 87 8b ', 8I.4 I4 18 1181, II84 1181, ... 6 60 594 59 4 4 1 9715 97(5 97f5 . . . 23 961, 954 ', V, 20 80 80 8O4 10 784 784 ""4 ' 1 86 86 864 1.1 7.1 72', 7.1 4 1 108V, 108', 108', . 151 IHI, 974 981, V, 172 120 II84 120 2', 69 200 195 196 8 1 60 till 60 4 Pro Fd 10.69 II T 10.69 11. 3' IIIIHAItll: Provlilt Hal 12. hi 1.1.78 Puritan I IN A. VI FIIS (irwtb 11.22 15.54 Income 8.25 8 97 Spec Fd 16 01 17 50 Sick Fd 18.19 19.76 Koullv 16.32 17.38 Geo 16 93 18,50 Ind exes 14 16 15 80 9.98 111 91 Kllersl 15.01 16 11 15 71 17 08 tilth Inc Inv Vista ! YOU CAN EARN : 8 .811 t 62 Kmp Grp 13 VI 14.0(1. Caltle 1.IIKI, calves none. Trading on all slaughter classes active and fully steady. Few loads mixed high choice and prime slaughter steers U5(M'275 lb. 2li.25.29.5ll; choice 950-1175 lb. No. 2-4 2s.0O.29. 25; mixed good and choice 27.25-2.S.0O; good 26 110-27.25; high choice and prime slaughter heilers 950 1050 lb. No. 34 27,25 .28110; choice 825 1IIKI lb No, 2-1 26 25-27 25; mixed good and choice 25 50-26.25; good 24 .00 25 HI; commercial cows 15 75-17.25: utility 17.0(1 18 25; lew high dressing 18 50; canners and cullers 15, Vi. 17 5(1: utility and commercial bulls 21.50-24 DO; few high dressing 24 25 21 50. Sheep lno H'ooled slaughter lambs and ewes ileailv. Choice and prime 90 110 lb, wooled slaughter lambs 26 50 27.25; mixed good and choice 811 lno lb 25 00-26 50, cull to good wooled slaughter ewes 5 IKI 7.00. 15.90 I Knergv 1.1.78 1 Fnt Fnd ll.l.i 12 49 Rep Tech 6 25 6.81 NYSK IMIKXKS ( lose Change Common Index 58 93 0.46 Industrials 61.50 0.4.1 Transport 55.09 0.27 Utilities 16 56 0.60 Finance 79.20 0.66 12 38 1 I 18 Itevne 17 17 18 fatuity $30-$100 Kit G A 20 84 22 94 Si Illistr 17 18 17. Everest 19 29 20.85 S( I IHIFK FIIS Expl Fd 27 17 28 90 Inl Inv 16 16 16.71 11.14 11.11 MARKET INDKXKS 18.14 18.14 NYSK Index 58 01 up 0.46 Per week in your spare time. We need Plasma donors with a history of RH Babies or 12.88 12.88 Fairfld 15.20 16.61 Spec Fill liur 1.117 13.17 Hal Fed Grth 17.18 IS 76 Com Fid Cap 11.71 16 02 Sec Dlv Fid Fund 21 II' 22 81 Sec Fq Fill Trnd 32 32 33 1 1 Sec ItiF FIN N( I M. Sel Am liond Sales 17.37 18. 18 98 20 ASK Index l.PI Indicator Uow Jones Ind. S,P VH) Stocks S30.77 up 0.21 l.l.3.62pc up O.S.tpc 911.20 up 5 22 104.62 up 0.67 9 .94 10 86 12 .38 11 .19 18 66 20.10 I'KIH.KXMS: Sel Spc Kk Market multiple transfusions. For information phone MEDICAL BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS, INC. x 1 0 cniiTU nnc uscct daim Dcxru on tao llvn urn Sicm.'i 12 36 11.51 (irain Table NEW YORK BOND SALES Approx final total .' t.220,lHm Pievu.usdav :'ll,r.7.00 Week ago Closed Month ago 21,612,000 Yeai ago Is, 692,501! Jan 1 In date .1.1. 121, (I'm 1967 lo date 1,381. .119. 200 19l.b to dale .. 2,677.579.500 Ind Inc 3.54 6 Hi Smith B 8 26 1 04 Swsl Inv 10 66 10 6b 11139 11.23 16.75 18.34 IM Inv 10 76 11.71 Sovr In Low Close Prev. The Range; Open High , WHKVI' 0 TIT JVVIIl ULIll IllJI IHLII1 UIHKII w HM'f t) ) f Fsl Inv S 11 lb 12.56 SI Farm Flclchr I' II 05 .... Slate SI 58 14 58.14 Flclihl F 19 55 .... STK.I)VIN Fits Fla Glh 9 23 10.20 Am Ind 15.53 15,9' Lower East Coast locally produced Grade A cartons direct from producer to retailer. Extra large 5,3-58, mostly 55 58. Large 48 53, mostly 50 53. Mediums 46 5(1, mostly 46-47. Smalls .13-36, mostly ,16. Market stronger; supplies ample; trading fair to good. Florida Eggs, direct from producer to retailer Including hotels and restaurants. Extra large 17 57, mostly 54 56. Large 46 53, mostly 48 50. Mediums 42 49. mostly 44-46. Smalls 33 36. mostly .16. Market stronger; supplies ample; trading fair. Dee Mar Mav IK Sep Market Indicator Closing net prlre change of all NYSK slocks trailed, computed by yiiotron Service, was up 0 83 ( 83 MOIhs per centl from previous day's close. I'slng Apiil 1. 1066 prices as a 10(1 base, the Initiator closed Tuesdav at 1.I362. Issues Share Volume Advances 9V, 11.520.INIO Declines 471 4.510.0011 Unchanged 173 1.22IIIIUI Total 1.6110 17,250. 1J Fnd l.t 6 02 6 58 Fidcv 9 36 10 5b Fnd Mill 9 14 III 12 Scl Gr 7 01 7. Foursq F II S3 lb 21 S I FIN ROE FDS CORN FRWKI.IN Slein R 2.1 89 2.1 81) (I STOIilAN Stein In 18 17 18 r 1.1IM, 1104 1 3IH, 1 Kl 111', 113, 1154 135'. 1.151, lib 138', 138', 1.18 118', 119 1 18', 1 18', 1 ,174 1 1.18'- 1 III', 1 41', 1 10 I. ID', 1 II', 1 114 1 ic, 1 114 1 M', 1 r.i, 1 18S, 1 18', 1,17', 1.17', 1 IK' l.JIs, 121', 1204 1.21 1.21', 122', 12.14 122', 122', 121' 1 .224 1.22', 1.22 " 1 22', 1.22;, .69', .69', 69 .69', .69' 69 ', ,69 ', 69' 1 ,l.9 .69' 68', .684 .68'., ,684 .08", r. 1 r n. v lb 55 lb V our I HTcO enter 8.45 9.4b '27 4 1 29.98 Dec Mar Mas .llv Sep OATS Mav IK Sep 14.06 14.61 &l liKXJL BIG 8.94 9 74 20 44 2.3.34 Fnk ( m 7 59 8 12 stein SI Fnk Is 1105 11 10 Slerl Inv Fnk Ut 7.75 8 49 Sup Inv Fnk In 2 72 2.18 '1MU Ap Fund Am 12.11 11.2.1 Tellers Gen Sec II 87 1.1 87 Tec h Fd llilir Gr 15 87 15.87 Tmpltn blllli r SK( : Tex Fd Aciosp 10 14 11 II Transin Com St II 'l 16.29 TwnC G Ful Ad 9.91 10 84 TwnC I Grlh Ind 21 l 21 im Unilled (irvpnn 22 10 21 15 Cnlfund 1.1.13 14 3' Dividends Declared By I nlted Press International Period Ami Pay Record INCREASED Defiance Indus Q .04 12 16 11-25 Florida P & L tf .47 12 17 11-29 USUAL Amer Brdrstg Co Q .40 12 14 11 22 CltvNewsPtg .. .124 12 1 1115 Comelious Co Q .03 12 10 11 30 Davlon Corp . . .20 12 21 12 2 Dictaphone- Cp Q .12 12 3 11 19 Falk Corp Q .35 12 9 11-25 Fouddr.ima Sprmkt 4 .07', 12 16 11-20 Kam Kolia Mines .. .10 12 2" 11-22 Kendall Q .27', 12 16 It 22 MrDcrmot J Ray (J .25 12 12 6 Midwest Oil Q .70 12 9 11-25 National Gvpsum 9 .50 12 12 10 Ohio Water Svc 9 . 40 12 26 12-6 Revco D S 9 .074 12 23 12 3 Hosenau Brothers 9 .071, 12-16 11 29 Teck Corp 9 07', 12 2 11 21 10.75 11 68 6.12 6 91 KVE Commodities t Kroin Thomson & McKlnni Rubber March 2195-2245 No. 8Sugai March 271 No. 8 Sugar May 283 Wool Tops March 1640 45 Greasr Wool March 1012-2 Lead March 126H N Copper March 4615 50 Zinc March 1215 N Frozen Pork Bellies Feb. .3077 1025 ,10.15 42 Sales 2379 March .'V 177 3015 3040 37 Sales 850 Mav 3097 ,10611 ;1070 67 Sales .107 July .31 15 .11115 3112 20 Sales 239 Aug. 30X1) .1065-3065 Sales 5 6 22 6 80 12.4.1 13 V 11 44 12.50 .65 , 1 I8 1 204 1 22 1 22"', 1 2.1 What Stocks Did By Intlfd 1'rew International Tuesday Friday Hk Ago New Mifihs ... 1.(1 KX ' C New L.'ws 11 r I, Advames ') KH1 () Declines 471 4Mi S L'nchangi'd .... 173 'jlf) E Totals m lr.TO D New York Stock KxchanKe sales today lT.riO.IHMt New York Stork FxchanKe Bond sales liKlay 2WM.m 1 18' 1 20' 1.21' 1.22' Dec Mar Mav .llv 1 IS', 1 20 1 21 1.21', 1 IS', 1 20' 1 21, 1 22', 1 18', 1 20', 1 214 122', 1.22', Guard 28 1.9 28 69 INITKIt Fits Sep Him hda 6 13 6 .2 Ami 9110 9 84 Hanover 167 1 67 Incom 16.55 18. Hi llarmel 20.olil.87 Sclen S9.55 10.14 sti nr. i,s PUSSh BOOTS-COLORING CONTEST D valuable PRIZES! 3 IN EACH OF THESE AGE GROUPS 5-.810 II U GET YOUR ENTRY BLANK - NOW llC l.v 13.99 15.12 l'n F l'n Hedge 16 28 17 76 VII.I E LINK FDS Horace 16 2.. n. 91 Val l.ne 10 54 11 i 74 Hub Fnd 12 10 12 10 Val Inc Ills Nil 5.35 6 0! Val Spl ISI Gr 6 21 6 Tb Vndrbll 10 39 11 61 10 22 11.17 PALM BEACH ItripCap'.l .2 12 .1 Vangrd Inc Fd II 89 lb 28 Varied In 6 21 6 ffiYitTTflfjl.i Inc llosl s lo 9 is Viking Gr 8 60 9.35 1ml Fnd 12 35 12 72 Walls In 13 2111.44 Ind Trnd 15.70 17.16 Wsh Mut 1503 lb 43 lull Am 7 92 9 67 Well Fd 13 95 15.20 Nov 2 57', 2 57', 2 56', 2.57', 2 57', Jan 2 60', 2 61', 2 Ml', 2 61', Mar 2 65', 2.654 2 64 4 2 b5 2 b".', Mav 2 h7', 2 67', 2 b6', 2 b7", 2.67', .llv 2 684 268', 267 4 2 68', 2 68 4 Aug 2 64 2 64 2 61', 261', 2.61", Sep 2 Is', 2 18', 2.16 2 48', 2 48 SOY BE N Oil. Dec 7 3b 7 80 7 51 7.76 7 58 Jan 7.59 7.81 7 58 7.80 7 60 B Mai 7.68 7 '! 7 66 7 88 7 70 Mav 7.79 81m 7.78 7 97 7 80 .llv 7 82 8.02 7.81 8 00 7.86 Aug 7.89 7 94 7 86 7.91 7 78 Sep 7 7.1 7 85 7 73 7.8IB 7 70 Oct 7 55 7 71 7 55 7 bTB 7.38 SIIVBF VN HEAL Dec 75 no 75 In 7115 74 20 75 00 B Jan 74 75 74.75 74 In 74 15 71 85 Mar 75 70 75.70 75 05 75 10 75 70 Mav 76 15 7b 45 75 95 75 95 76 HI Jlv 77 10 77 111 76 80 76 7511 77 30 Aug 76 75 7b 811 7b '81 76 4ilB 76.75 B Sep 72.50 72.30 7 2 511 72 lull 72.90 Oct 71.15 71.35 71.0(1 70.9OB 70.181 B Itis & link 6.71 7.1,1 West Ind 9 13 9.98 16.62 17 InvC Am 16 21 1...5 whithl Inv Ind 14.70 11 70 Wndsur Inv ilos II 06 1 5.37 Winfld IN VIST iK01 P: Wiscon Mut 11.34 12. .33 Worth x- ex dividend. Tax Free Bonds Srlccird dcti!v quotations of tax fxrmpt Public ait 1 hoi it v honits furnishH hv the .ilm Heach offlrc ol (ioodhodx and Co. Chi'sa. Bav Br. !l, 'W 41 1, 11' Fla. Turnp. 4 'ill W 4 91 111 Toll Rd. ;t4 tr-i, H" 4.HT) ill. Toll Rd 4', '98 99i4 lop5 4 '.;t Ind Toll Rd. V-j 94 7H' 4 Ktiij 5.01 J'Vtilr F.xp. 4 '92 K-m, H'-'j 5 1, J'vlllp F.xp 4 ID 0.t S'( H-.i-j 5 1( Ka Tump. 94 7r.'( 77:, 5 if) Kv, Turn W. 4 HI in Wiv, Hi, 5 41 Mack Br. Auth. 4 94 H5, Hh, 4.7 Ma. Turnp. 4 'K9 i-4 9K 4 15 Mass Turn ,) ) '4 77 14 794.70 Mass. Turnp, 4.15 '02 HIS V. N.J. Turnp, V, HJH, 91U 4 (K N.J. Turnp 4l "mi n 4.H9 O. Turnp Vt ti H9i, mm 1 3x1 W. Va. Turnp. I1, '9 h9", 71 Flat 20 32 22 16 15.45 16 89 8 44 9 23 6.22 6.78 GRADES 4 thru 12 REMEDIAL READING MILITARY DISCirLINE SUPERVISED STUDY U.S. ARMY ROTC Foreign Bom! WESTWARD L. . - JJ J, ! " ' " "l CINTCH ii Tn -Following are Slock Exchange NEW YORK ICPII prices on the New York Bond Market Kjij: Futures ENDS SATURDAY, NOV. 1 6th JUDGING AT NOON SAT., NOV. 1 6th CHICAGO ' l i'I ' Egg futures Frid.iv ENROLL NOW LIMITED ENROLLMENT 94 ',24 78', S 48 - 4 83', ', 19 -1 20', 4 89', ', 904- 87 - 9.1 11 High l.nw 4 94', 91', 1 78 79S, 6 48 4 8 1 85', 85', 12 19 19 2 21", 20', 5 89', 89', 5 mi, HI 4 1 87 87 2 93 93 7', 7', i 94 91 Ainsid 51 S73 Brlt'l. 4' s78 Chil.'Hep 3 93 CopnT 5 ,s7H Cuba I'.sxt77 Occhosi 6shO Finland bs7b Mexico 6'- 79 Mexico 6' 1 79 N Zeal 5',s76 Poland l'.58 Rh.Klsl 5',s73 2500 Okeechobee Blvd. Kulter And Kps CHK'ACO a'I'I USUAi-Butter maritpt Fridav. Whirtcsali- selling prlrrs paid delivered 10 i hicayo unrhanged. 9.i sroit ti7'. Fets: Frtcps paid delivered to Chti at'n miiliums huhrr. balance unchtinet'd, Ail grain's too t to report. Open High Low (lose Shell Ftgs: Nov P- 45 40 im 38 HI .18 40 Dec II 00 41 15 40 no 40 no j.in .T im .19 '81 18 85 18 '81 Apr .'6 .30 M 50 3b. 50 3b 50 Sep '7.45 .17.65 37.45 .17 65 Iioen Write Fggs: Dec 18 III 28 55 28 Hi 28 50 Jan 28. im 28 mi 28 im ."tin PALM BEACH MILITARY ACADEMY HeJvcderc Roml ut Marine Drive West Palm Beach, Florida Tel. 683-32 H irai 94 -2 fijrt iiiffl iiii .rfifti .if .ffli .irtl rmir if' Hii 1 rff lil'tmiirr"J'

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