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The spread of the recent price cuts on hot rolled carbon sheet steel to smaller-volume items. Reports that foreign steelmakers in Europe and Japan are ready to limit voluntarily their heavv shipments to the U.S. The Announcement by-Sears. Roebuck, that earnings were up 6 4 per cent in the third quarter and that it plans to spend $1.5 billion for expansion and improvements over the next five years. The drop in mortgage loreclosures by savings and loan associations in the September quarter, the seventh consecutive quarterly decline. A Federal Court ruling upholding Interstate Commerce Commission approval '.ast April of a nvrper bv the treat Northern, the .Northern Pacific and the Chicago. Burlington L Quincy Railroads A call by the National "oreign Trade Council tor an nd to the government's con-nils on direct loreign investment "at the earliest possible date." A decision by leaders ol the securities industrv to maintain the shor.ened trading week throui.''' December and to shorten ti : ni; davs in Januarv in the c; v to ease the paperwork i i: brokerage houses. A drop ul i'- ) , lures in the short-ink-' s; ; .iMt;on on the New Yo.- Si k Exchange to 20.644.13ii sh ues at Southern Bak So ConnG S6d SothnCalW B8 So NE Tel 2 60 Southlndus tO SoGaNGas 60 Southland 24g Sowest Airmot SowestGas C I SowestGP 25d SowslDrug 80 Sowst Elec 96 Sowest Inv .70 Sowst Res .ISe Sovereign Ind Spacerays Inc Spedcor Elect SpencrPkg .25 SpertiDrug Cp Springfl G I 74 SSP Indus 20e Staco Incorp Std Computer Stand Pac Cp Std Register 1 Stand Screw I Stan Home 90 StaRiteP 80 Steel ImpF 50 SlephsnFin 60 S T P Corp Stratotlexl 48 StrawCIO I 20g Subscript Tetv Sugardale Fds SunElectrc 40 SuperiorEI .24 Superv In .I5d SW industries SzaboFood 20 Tally Corpatn Tampa x 2 60a Tanger Indus Tappan Co 80 Taslee Freez Taylor W 1.10 TCO Ind 1.70g 78 16". t'l 45 39' j 28'. 18 j 10 . II 'i 25 17 i 59 j 12 15' i IS' . 16 14 k 16' 4 38 67' I a'. 17 , 10'. I4'l I9'i l'i 13'. 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In the corporate sector, a new Bell System Telephone Company sold $85 million on Triple-A bonds at a borrowing cost slightly above 6.91 per cent the highest rate for an American Telephone Company ssue in almost 48 years. Investment bankers who bought the bonds re-oflered hem to investors at a price to ield 6.85 per cent a record or such a high-grade investment that carries the added ;eature that it may not be re-'unded lor at least live years. In the tax-exempt market. $117,185,000 ol Triple-A bonds of more than 80 local housing authorities were auctioned on Wednesday at an average borrowing cost of nearly 4.83 per cent the highest in the 17- ear federal program to pro-.ide low -cost housing. The housing Assistance Ad ministration, lor the first time, felt obliged to reject bids lor some of the bonds. It would not accept a 5 per cent interest rate except on some smaller issues. Such bonds customarily are somewhat more difficult to sell underwriters report. Other major developments this week included: The Commerce Department report that corporate profits, before taxes, rose by $500 million in the third quar 122 24 3344 llva 20' 25 14V, 23Mi 4344 19 65 66 102', 103',- l't 3'4- 11'. 12' l'i 20 23 16 16', . 39', 4' I4'a 15',- 18 19 (CI New Var. Times News Service .NEW YORK - The international monetary system stands up amazingly well under a variety of strains and continues to facilitate the growth of world trade and investment. Periodic convulsions, however, are inherent in any fixed exchange rate system as was demonstrated in Europe's currency crisis this past week. It was the system's third major test in a year, and it ap-peared to be emerging scarred but intact. Nevertheless, the frequent recurrence of these monetary pressures raises a question whether the rigidities of the fixed-exchange rates should not be abandoned in favor of a more flexible system that permits a currency to fluctuate more than 1 per cent above or below its declared value. The latest international money crisis was rooted in waves of speculation in the German mark during the recent weeks by corporate treasurers, bankers, private investors and others who felt the value of that currency might have to be tilted upward by reason of the strength and stability of the West German economy. Most of the funds were flee- State Farm Take Over $1 Billion JACKSONVILLE. Fla. (AP Florida farmers, growers and ranchers had their billion dollar year in 1967 for the second time but production expenses mounted to record heights too. the State Chamber ol Commerce reported in as weekly business review. Total receipts from the sale of Florida farm and grove products rose to $1,062,200.-.101). gaining ;(T per cen! iver 1!M)0 and setting a ret id In the same period farm production expenses moved up 51 per cent to $742.2 million. This was 64 per cent of the total receipts. In 1960. the proportion was 54 percent. Florida tanners expenses ir 1967 were made up of $183.8 million for hired labor, the largest single item; purchased feed $124.5 million: fertilizer and lime $70.3 million; new poultry and livestock $28.8 million, and seeds and nursery plants $20.2 million. Repairs and maintenance of buildings and machinery cost $57.8 million and all other operating expenses, from black-smithing to greenhouse equipment and pesticides came to $101 million. Depreciation of buildings and equipment accounted for $59.5 million; property taxes $44.6 millin; interest on debt $39.9 million and rent paid to property owners $11.8 million. ing from France, which has been beset by serious inllution and trade deficits since the debilitating national strikes last spring. Fears had been spreading that the franc was on the brink of devaluation. The ability of the Western nations to hammer out a series of intended solutions, some of a compromise nature, represented another victory for the free world monetary system. The resolution of the Franco-German problem without several harsh currency upheavals demonstrated again the spirit of unity and cooperation on money matters that has existed for a quarter-century among the group of 10 ma jor industrial powers. France was accorded a massive injection of credit to aid her reserve position, while Germany initiated a series of tax and banking steps to discourage a continued influx of funds. By themselves, none of these moves will obliterate the causes of the recent tide i! currency speculation. Nei-her would devaluation ol the ii'anc nor revaluation of the iiiark. no more than devaluation of the pound 12 months ago solved Britain's financial problems. But they buy time and that can be important for any nation seriously anxious to rectify economic disequilibrium. The current problem of France should serve as a warning to the U.S. or any country that tolerates excessive inflation. Such situations invite a flight from the nation's currency. In that connection, the weekly market letter of Good-body & Co. noted: "The United States can hardly be indifferent to the plight of the French franc. A devaluation would put a further squeeze on the British pound and. in turn, through a deterioration in international monetary confidence, bring new pressures on the dollar. However, the current tensions find the dollar in much better shape than it was a year ago." The more favorable position of the dollar has resulted from an improved balance of payments position, which might be temporary. It is imperative, therefore, that the U.S. bring inflation under better control and that it build up its trade surplus to the area of $3 billion to $4 billion from its present narrow $1 billion export advantage. The impact of the latest monetary crisis on U.S. securities markets was extremely light, probably because the dollar was not directly involved and because the U.S. economy continues prosperous. However, interest rates in general climbed this past week, extablishing impressive records, but bv Thursday 73 76 39 40'1 8", '. 31 ... 49 51 39I-, 41 . ID III (1) I4'i IS - ' 31'. 32',- '4 ', ' 7 I 16 - 16H 65 70 35", 37 - ', 30'. 3I' 8", '. ... 26 27',- V, 39", 41 34 35 27 29 . 40', 42 I3' I4H 27 28", 14 14', ' 25", 26' 4- ', 13. 13' . 40 41", . ... 22 23 I8M1 19'. 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Bring us your mortgage problems ANDERSON & CARR, INC. REALTORS MORTGAGE BANKERS 521 S. Olivt E3-166I I9. 12' 4 30' 29 '4 14' 29 Hi 14 10 'b 18 16') IS', 26 j 47', B'4 36' 30i 14 U 267 r!! PROFESSIONAL OFFICE SPACE !! f COD DENT " FOR RENT 25 69 14'.-29 - ' 43 37'. 38' 4 29 12 16 - 81 19 23 24 - 30' 38 , 2 46 j-94 53 82 81 13', 7 21'. 10 31',- 1 28', 1 24 '4 12'. 38' 4 I7'8 iniluilci Jatniun Wry nWalili- Miilr nt 6 ipKic t".. tt mid nan. lli d. 11 Ml Il Air Cnnililiiininr. I lililii- and i liniiii Mrtiir: WiiilaMi 1st, Suitable Law or Insurancf OHirn, fir. Ai'i'i.v oi n i: nv mi: .ixi'ku. i i m.i h 13'. 28 42 37 37'. 28 1 1 '. IS', 76 17', 22'. ?3') 29- 37 44', 8', 51 1 79 78 13 6'4 214 91 , 30 27'4 24 12 37'4 I7' 14' a 16'. 33 (!) 26 27') 25') 21 50 16' a U' 20 1 21 22 89 '. Ll wjiiv wjuj ivvvvvaj a 44 Ocoonut Row Mm Btach 1 59 62 112 114 9", 9V,- 'B 28 29 32', 334,- Vb !3'4 13'4 . . 134, I3'b . 314. 32'. 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Ill IB'4 19'-40') 41') Investing Companies American Stock Exchange Continued from Page Kill 6 23 Ham hda t 29 Hanover 170 4 25 I 70 High Low I 69 3 44 3 41 21 0 20 41 21 02 20 31 14 58 14 27 14 29 HiC Lv 14 58 Comp Fd 1233 Concrd 19 37 Cont Inv 14 62 Cnsum I 6.19 Conv Sc 13 II Corp Ld 17 SB Cntry 15 43 Crown W 8 92 16 84 16 65 Hedge 17 04 It 80 16 61 It 80 Ittl Horace 9 45 9 31 I 40 683 12 58 12 59 12 33 Hub Fnd 12 59 12 49 S 76 12 27 19 08 14 62 601 12 86 17 38 15 10 6 80 63 52 14 59 18.00 4.14 698 21 04 1635 5 83 S73 960 9 35 I 42 6 91 316 12 64 7 86 II 20 II 44 3 71 83 51 deVgh M Aberdn Adv Fd Atfil Fd AH Am Amcap Am But Am Div Am Grth Am Inv Am Mut Am Nat Am Pac ANCHOR 834 144 6 60 IDS NO 5 83 ISI Gr 660 Imp Cap II 80 Imp Gr 1009 11 24 11 24 II 78 9 81 10 09 9 83 ISIS 1504 Inc Fd 15 18 IS 12 If you've been interested in making your money grow through investing, but have hesitated because you don't know enough about securities and the stock market . . . or think investing too complicated this course is for you! It will give you a good start with a firm grasp of the terms and techniques of wise investing. This four-week course will be conducted by Arthur Bougae of the investment firm of Thomson & McKinnon. Topics include: TYPES OF SECURITIES FUNDAMENTALS OF INVESTING MECHANICS OF THE MARKET PLACE STOCK ANALYSIS MUTUAL FUNDS Wednesday Evenings, beginning November 27th 7:30 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. Classes will be held at our West Palm Beach office. Because we must limit the size of our classes avoid disappointment write or phone for your reservations now1 Oecalr Oela Fd Divld Sh Dow Th Drexel Dreyfus 14 62 . ... 18.25 ... . 4.15 .. . 915 . 21 46 16 55 (For information rega'dinc ' bridge activities please telephone v John Riquet between 9:30 and -?o" 582-7257). FLAGLER -21 tables SECTION A NS I Mr and Mrs e McFadden, 2 - Mrs P Chace, Mrs 4 Sanson, 3 Mr and Mrs. L Andrews EW. I - Mrs. E. Jones, Mrs M Crotts, 2 - Mrs. A. Harris, E Monty, 3 -Mrs C. Mostad, Mrs. B Hirshberg SECTION B. NS: I - Mr, and Mrs. A Gooding, 2 Mrs. R Bellows, Mrs. A Haiyh, 3 Mr and Mrs L Bacon EW: I - Mrs T Grlmsdale, Mrs. 3. Bailey; 2 Mrs A Adams, Mrs. M Ranson, 3 - Mrs. J. Neill, Mrs. R. Haw-ley. LIGHTHOUSE GALLERY - 13 tables NS: I - K Booth, J. Arbree, 2 E. Macknet, C Wade, 3 - Mr and Mrs. J Jewson. EW I J, 8, A. Reid; 2 - Or F Hendrickson, A Haigh; 3 Mrs. Peder-sen, Mrs. B Snyder ST. JULIANA -7 tables NS: I - Mrs B Shugart, C Howard, 2 - Mrs. J. Law, Mrs J Rybovich, 3 -Mrs M Lavin, H Hallgott EW: I - Mrs E Harris. Mrs. M. Osborne, 2 Mrs A Harris, R Pearson, 3 - Mrs. A McGunnigle, Mrs A Michelle LAKE WORTH 13 tables NS: I - Mrs P Chace, J Follette; 2 - Mrs F Mar, Dr E. Kellerman, 3 - Mr and Mrs. F Kumer. EW I - Mrs. J Kent, F Williams, 2 - Mrs R Hill. Mrs. M. Beacham, 3 -Mr JiMrs. O Coblenli. CASINO 11 tables NS: 1 - Mr. and Mrs. H Dlllenbeck; tied for 2nd - Mrs. C Rang, W Williams, E. Breath, B Stonegard. EW: I - Mrs C Nash, J Slayback, 2 - Mrs V Chatfield, Mrs C Guslatson, 3 - Mrs. J. Kent, Mrs W Beatty. VILLAGE -13 tablet NW: I - J. Slayback, N Bowen, 2 -Mrs J Rybovich, Mr, C Phillips, 3 -Mrs J Green. Mrs H Southard EW: I - Mrs. R Hill, Mrs M Beach-am; tied for 2nd - Mrs. L Jeffs Mrs. A. Farrans, Mrs B Shugart. H Helfgott. ROSARIAN-10 tablet NS: I - Mrs E Gordy, W Wassell; 2 - Mr. and Mrs A. Gooding, 3 Mrs. C. Chace, J Follette EW I Mrs P Kellerman, L Kugan; 2 - Mrl J Green, C Macmanut; 3 Mrt. C Kern, Mrs Culbrealh DIXIE -Stablet NS: I - Mrs F Kumer, Mrt, K Rybovich, 2 - Mrt L. Phillips. Mrs. L. Clarke tied lor 3rd - Mrs E Etiold, J Lmdberg Mrs A Ashley. R Pearson EW I Mrs. E Altiere. Mrs M "'uby. 2 - Mrs D. Perry, Mrs M -owe, 3 - Mrs. V. Chatfield, Mrs M Movie RIVIERA RECREATION - 14 tables K Booth, J Arbree, 2 - J Howe. Ws L Gerken, 3 - Mrs. M Percuoco, H Wade EW I - Wr 1 Mrs A Perryman, 2 -V's M. Moyle, Mrs. F. Putter; 3 - H Vmson, J Brosnan COMMUNITY 11 tablet NS I - Mrt L Phillips. Mrt K Rvbo-vch, 2 - J Slaybark, N Bowen, 3 R. Pearson. W Carpenter. EW I - Mrs W Rogers, Mrt A Gordon, 2 - Mrt L Jefts, Mrt B Shugart, 3 - Mrt. A. Ashley, Mrt. W. Gut-tafson. ST.ANN-ltablet I - Mr and Mrs. A Gooding, 2 - Mrt. F Straiulla, Mrt K Johnston, 1 - Mrs C Harris, Mrs. H Grave, 4 - Mrt. V Bonsanski, Mrs M Spencer. RIVIERA (EACH -17 tablet NS: I Mrt E. Pilman, Mrt R. Be-ruch, 2 Mrt F Jorgensen, Mrt M Bennett; 3 Mrt R Cohn, W. Carpenter EW: 1 Mrt M Howe, K Booth; tied lor 2nd - Mr. i Mrs R. Daly, Mrt. F. Puffer, Mrt. M. Moyle BOYNTON BEACH - 14 tables NS I Mr, & Mrs P B.eiecky, 2 -Mrs. A Ashley, Mrs. N. Anderson, 3 -Mr, J, Mrs. W. Howland EW: I - Mrs. R Mason, Mrs P Alder-son, 2 - Mrs M Thomas, Mrs M. Jude; 3 - Mrs M Gow, Mrs H Sackett BOCA RATON - IS tables NS I - Mrs L Fry. Mrs I ipiatley, 1- Mrs. G. Berry, Mrs. A. Hubbard; 3 -Mrs M Olln, Mrs M. Derbyshire EW: I - Mrs E. Robinson, Mrs. H Arnold; 2 Mrs. G Streader, Mrs. C. Ruekert, 3 Mr and Mrs. J Haefling GULFSTREAM NS: I - Col. L Everett, D. Kipp; 2 -Mr, 6 Mrs. L. Andrews, 3 - T Tillson, K Long. EW: 1 - Mr. and Mrs T. Jones; 2 -Mrs. R Mason, Mrs I. McDowell, 3 -Mrs. H Sackett. Mrs H. Clingan GOLO COAST -16 tablet NS I - Mrs J. Grenon, W Carpenter, 2 - Or and Mrs. R. Ecker; 3 - Mrs. T, McTaggart, w Jones. EW: 1 - Mr. and Mrs D. Perry; 2 -Mrs H. Brink, Mrs. R. Tiers; 3 - Mr. & Mrs L. Holder. ROYAL PALM 10 tablet NS I - Mrs T McCrossin, W Jones; 2 - Mrs M Beacham, L. Simon, 3 - Mr. & Mrs C. Malphurs. EW: 1 - Mrs. L. Dustan, Mrs. R. Un-sworth; 2 - Mrs. L Burchfield, Mrs K Morgan, 3 Mr and Mrs E Luehr WEST PALM BEACH - IJtlbUs NS: I - L Green, Jr , H Heacock, 2 -Mr. and Mrs. J. Bloom, 3 S Tomberg, I. Weinslein. EW I - Mrs F. Ferraris, Mrs. H Gosling; 2 - Mrs. W Pavltt, Mrs. S. Krieger; 3 Mrs. G. Kern, Mrs. D Berry OPEN PAIRS WINNER Mrs L Gerken, J Brown. Paralyzed Driver Appears In Court TAMPA (AP) - Daniel Be-nitez, 29. paralyzed from the waist down, came to court Friday on a stretcher. A careless driving while drinking charge against the young man was dismissed in City Court after the prosecuting attorney was unable to produce witnesses. "It Ls very embarrassing for me to have to come here on a stretcher," said Benitez. who is faced with a $15 bill from the ambulance company which transported him to court. "I believe they could have settled this without me being here." Benitez was cited in the traffic case last April. On May 1 he was shot while leaving a bar, he said. Benitez said the assailant has not been found. Municipal Judge Charles Scruggs had declined to accept a physician's statement and ordered Benitez to appear in court. 644 6 49 6 45 Inc Bost 6 49 881 13 27 12 80 13 27 12 74 15 98 15 88 1 5 91 15 94 Ind Fnd Ind Trnd GROUP: EATON 4 HOWARO: Ind Am 6 12 I 12 83! 6 07 684 6 12 t 80 Balncd F 12 85 Int 8. 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WEEKLY NEW YORK STOCK SALES Total for the week 63.284,965 Week ago 62,875,696 Year ago 46,723,170 Two years ago 78,071,250 January I to date 2,602,178,078 1967 to date 2.259,074,315 1966 to dale 1,711,743,238 NEW YORK (UPD-Stocks traded On ihe American Stock Exchange this week. WEEKLY AMERICAN STOCK SALES Total for fht week . 31.571.145 Week ago 29,737,540 Year ago 18,073,613 lanuary I to dale 1,20,518,878 196' 10 date 1,015,878,831 NEW YORK (ilPD-Bonds traded on ihe New York Stock Exchange this week WEEKLY BOND SALES Total for the week 187,740.000 Week ago 84,527,300 Year ago 77,987,100 Two years ago 50,121,000 Cutf B l 21 21 21 07 71 06 21 22 Cusl B-2 22 64 22 62 22 62 22 69 Cust B-4 10 43 10 39 10 43 10 39 9 73 9 70 790 FINANCIAL PROGRAMS: Cusl K l 9 73 Cutl K l 7 93 7 93 Cap Lite Cent Shr 13 59 23 89 23 73 23 89 23 69 CHANING FUNDS: Cust S I Cust S-2 12 99 12 95 12 99 12 92 9 99 I0O4 10 04 7 46 7 53 7 47 14 46 832 16 25 18 44 15 30 15 84 It 19 II 68 1254 21 IB 19 59 2714 IS4I 13 56 17 52 14 94 21 31 32 66 52 5 63 193 II 00 II 80 11 30 19 83 958 107 950 1500 774 13 75 796 2 74 12 45 1409 16 21 10 57 15 05 996 23 69 22 42 79 04 Cusl S 3 10 04 Cust S4 7 53 Polaris 6 20 Knikr 6 72 I 16 6 It t It Dyn 6 64 6 52 Ind 5 71 5 63 Inc 6 50 6 36 Fst Inv G II 34 II 13 Fst Inv S II 95 II 83 Fletchr C II 38 II 32 Fletchr F 20 59 20 09 Fla Grth 9 64 192 Fnd LI 114 tOt Fnd Mut 9 52 9 41 Foursq F 15 15 1500 I 72 6 67 864 Knk Gth 14 31 14 II 14 31 14 II LEXING v,'''- i'v,.H L Ret 16 45 16 19 16 45 16 33 THOMSON & M?KINNON MembersN.Y.SlockEichangsaolher principal ',cufilcommodilchnges 305 First Street, West Palm Beach 832-6121 Mali rrvation for your (our-waek Invaitmant Saminar. 6 42 5 70 Librty 6 46 Life Gr 5.74 Life Int 6 70 FRANKLIN CUSTODIAN: 5 67 666 6 70 7 79 Fnk Cm 7 72 LOOMIS SAYLES Balan 14 70 14 61 Com St 2 35 2 33 Grwth 10 15 9 87 Incom 9 70 9 68 Specl 4 22 4 15 CHASE GROUP: Fnd Bos 14 47 14 29 Front 117 23 115 14 Sht Bos 15 78 Chem Fd 20 30 20 It Col Eqt t 09 6 00 Col Fd 14 18 14 II Col Grth 8 80 169 CmSt Fd 639 i 32 COMMONWEALTH FUNDS: Cw Cap 12 30 12 22 Cwlh In 12 07 12 01 Cw Inv II t5 II 53 Cw Stk 1132 1126 COMMONWEALTH TRUST: A & B I 91 I 90 C 8, D ... 2 12 2 II CompCp 1108 10 96 Comp Bd 11.32 II 27 40 66 40 56 40 56 40 51 Can Int Cap Dv 15 53 14 57 14 67 14 55 Nam Mut 17 37 17 32 17 34 17 29 Manhtn Fnk Ct Fnk Ul Fnk In Fund Am Gen Sec GibrGr GROUP SEC Aerosp Com SI 14 06 606 7 75 12 73 14 25 16 57 10 76 15 17 II II II 07 II II II 06 . 14 06 13 16 14 06 13 87 13 35 13 26 13 35 13 26 16 03 16 01 16 01 17 98 Addrs City Matt Fd Mast Gr . 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