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May 4, 1956 ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL Page Fifty-Nine fa i Market & Financial News Financial STOCK AVERAGE Compiled By The AsMiclated Presi Mi 3, li3 , 3u ij is no Ind'lrt Rain Utll Itockx Nit Chan;;i . AS Al.t A.l A 9 Thursday .. 2T0.T 152.S-H73.J 190 a Frtv. Day 270.1 150.6 73.1 lBo.Oi Week Ago ..;07. 1 150.8 72.J Vi8.8i Month A(.o 272.S 1IH.2 74.4 100.4! Slur Aga ..220.1 134.4 72.2 W.i 1II.18 High 27J.J 152.6 75.S 191.5 1M8 IiOW . 544 0 1"3 11 71 171 1H65 High 257. 142.4 75.7 lM.Sj " 2HJ.I 114.8 tt.2 148.8 H New 1858 high. Aircrafts, Rails Show Strength u NEW TOKK- AP) WeH founded itrengiJi In aircraft and railroads Thurs day formed the bu.a far a moderate rise in tne iimk market. Good plui signs aim wart found In teels. moton, oils, and chemicals. Building materials and aluminums tncoun-teied mint profit-taking. Th market broadened to Include I'jni ir.oiviauai tseiiet of which 5X4 were Higher and 397 lower with S new highs for the year and 38 new Iowa Volume came to 2,640.000 har, a comfortable expansion with rising prices That compares with 2,440,000 shares traded Wedneiday when pricea on average were lower. Sale A In lf0 High Tiw Col Brd A .... .)l '1st fol Fict Coml cred Cuml solv Coin Kd ('ongoimm ..'.!! '"on Kile Pont ( n Cont Mat ,. Cont On .. Con Im .... Corning 01 Coerten Pet Coty Inc Crane Co Crown C urk ..... Crown Skii ,. Cruc Stl .., C unlet Wt ... Deeca Reo Deert .!, Del and Hud . Del L anil W . Pen and KrjW , Diam Mat Du C Seng I)r Pepper Doug Aire Dow Cbem .. Drest lnd Duplan w Du Pont . 85 81 .... 35 ... 21 ... 17 2d 1 ... 33 .... 45 .. 31 .... 34 ..... i: .... 27 .... 13 61 Bast Air L .... Kflst Kod ...... Katon Mfg .... El Auto I, ... Kl Stor But ... EI Paso NO ... Emer Rad Brit RR .......... .... 13 ... 15 13 .... 14 .... 55 D . )9 .... 73 .... 5 .... 12 ... 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Phclpt D Phllco Philip Mor 18 45' Phi II Pet .... 46 100 Pillsby Mills 7 49 Pit Plale d 18 90 Poor and Co B ... 66 Pullman 12 . 24 . 33 . 35 . 11 . 61 . 29 18 .... 17 161 , 63 39 112 43 sua 11 139 134 139 6 14 Vi li 42 66 45 V, 89 19 14 33 55 34 90 48 38 18', 13 33 55 34 DU 45 27 27 68 ill 88 19 13 33 85 34 90 48 Si Pure Oil . RCA Raytheon Repub Ay .. Repub Stl .. Revere C . Rex Drug ... Reyn Met .... P.ev Toh B Rich fid Oil .... RKO T'lea, Rock Spg 8 67 27 45 99 100 48 49 68 27 45 Ferzuson-Steere Action Criticized By the Associated Press A candidate for the State Cor poration Commission Thursday labelled the SCC'tt wrist-slapping of the Ferguson-Steere Trucking Uo. on its safety record a "straight out whitewash." H. Ray Rodgers, candidate for the Democratic nomination for the SCC post, challenged to pub' lie debate John Block Jr., one of two commissioners signing the majority order, which criticized 41 48 B . 63 45 . 23 17 . 63 34 . 46 47 . 2 85 . 35 9 . 97 82 .. 20 57 . 15 79 .. 48 1(1 49 34 89 30 69 47 5 16 33) 47 85 9 80 6 79 10 33 23 Rorr Aire 13 23 Royal Dut ......235 107 108 H Safeway St 18 57 'A St Jot Lend ......... 17 46 Stl San F 28 30 St. Reg Pap 38 53 H&v Arms 7 14 Schenlev ...... 25 20 Scott Pa.p 30 74 71 2 72 2 82 123 H 79 49 22 .... 5 ....118 ..... 6 8 .... 2 8 .. 4 67 58 30 82 14 10 73 61 tt 46 S3 64 7 66 80 49 21 36 46 13 20 35 13 29 155 12 23 98 I 42 . 19 .., 14 4 .. 15 Int far Int Nick Int Paper ....... Int Sliver Int Tel and Tel . Johni Man ...,. Jones and L ...... Joy Mfg Kaiser Al Kennecott Kern C Ld Koppers .. Kreat SH Kroger Lehman LOF Oiass Lib McN and L Ligg and My Lotkh Aire Loew'a ..., Lone 8 Oat . 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Vanad Cp - Va 1 and Pw 57 40 ... 47 72 .. 52 7 ,, 43 51 ... 74 19 20 68 30 31 56 12 64 61 127 127 59 DH 1"I 40 70 7 81 18 66 30 58 82 70 61 4 18 86 29 54 62 60'', 61 5 157 156 157 V 34 W 54 43 Walrreen 3 82 Ward Bak 3 16 Warn B Pie West O and B Wert lnd S 5 Weat Un Tel .'7 Westg A Bk 51 Westg El 128 Wheel Stl 23 Woolworth 26 York Corp 18 24 Yngst Bn and T . 26 98 Z Zenith Rad 6 123 117 24 3 23 20 34 68 55 48 54 42 32 16 23 38 23 20 34 68 64 48 24 97 64 43 35 16 23 38 . 23 20 34 58 65 48 24 98 SI9 25. A few oholce helfert brought 118 75 to no. us. Good ana choice wooiea iambi told at (21.60 to 123.50. CLOV18 LIVESTOCK CLOVIS (AP Kogs 75; 30 higher on top hogt tnd butchera; packer tows steady; top huga 190-249 lb. 48.00; 160- 180 lb. 12.75-13.75: 250-2UD lb. 13.00. 14.25: 290-330 lb. 12.75-13.50: SOW! Z73- 350 lb. 11.00-11.75; towt 360-500 lb. OtlO-U.Ou. atagt 8.00-7.00: ahoatt 10.50- 11.50. Cattle 400: good and choice fat leer Unas 17.00-20.00; good and choice fat ca vet I6.50-.1.UO: medium Kindt 14.00 6.60: rnrnmercial cows 10.00-12.50; utility cohi 9.00-10.50: canner and cut ter cowt 8.00-9.50: good built 13.50- 15.00; medium and light built 11.50 13. 5u: ttocKer tteer eaivet iv.uv-n.uu mocker heifer calvet 16.00-19.00: ttocker steer yearling! 17 00-18.50; ttocker heifer yeajungs 16.00-1B.50; good and onoice feeler ateert 18.50-18.00; medium and plain feeder tteert 14.50-16.00; good and choice young stock cowt 10.00-12 50; ordinary stock cowt 8 50-10.50; cowt and calvet per pair 115.00-140.00. DENVKR LIVESTOCK DENVER (AP-USDA) Hogt 600; alow, barrowa and giltt 25 or more lower, sows tteady to 25 lower; mixed U. S. No. 1, 2 and 3 barrowt and giltt 190-240 Ibt. 15.25-15.75; few largely 1 and 2 16.00; big weight towt 592-830 lba 12.00-12.35. Cattle 1100; scattered tales ftd tteersl about tteady; scattered sales ftd heifers' about tteady, but tome bldt weak to lower; few loads and lots high good to average choice fed tteert 18.50-19.75; one load average to high choice 20.25; few talei high good to average choice fed ntirert is.bu-jh.oo. Carvel 100; rjot established. Sheen 1600. Market not established Wednesday choice 102 lb. thorn lamba No. 1 celts 22.65. few loadt good antd choice wooled Iambi 23.00-23.50; belt thorn daughter ewea 6.50. KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK KANSAS CITY (AP-USDA) Hog1 2500; barrowt and gilts steady to 25-50 lower than yetterday; tows ittady to 25 lower; mlxtd lott 0. B. No. 1 to 3 190-240 lb. barrowt tnd giltt 14.78-15.25: few lot! No. 1 and 2 200-220 Int. 15.35-50; coupii loadt 2 tnd 3 grade 20- 283 lb. butchen 14.50-78; sowt 000 10a down ll.5O-13.50. Sheep 1000: Daughter Iambi 26 higher; choice and prime trucked In native spring' slaughter iambi largely io.ia-n.n; carload choice and prime ted shorn Iambi no. 1 De rs 24. uu. Cattlt 650: calvei 250 : 8 loadi choice around 1100 lb. ftd steers bought to arrive at 20.50; 3 loadt choice around 1150 lb. fed steers 20.50: 2 loads good to choice mostly goon grade 10 iu id. steers 19.00: loa dutllity to mostly com mercial holsteln tteers 15.00: few good and low good heifers and mixed yearlings 17.00-19.25; utility and commercial cows 11.00-13.00; cannert ind cuttert 9.50- 11.00; bulli 14.75 down; vealer top 22.00; LOS AVOELES LIVESTOCK LOS ANGELES, May 3 ( AP-FSMN") Cattle BOO; slow, Mattered Mies about steady but generally Diaaing lower on beef type cowt; few good and low choice lightweight tteert 19 00-19.50; load held ud to 20.00: few utility to low commer o.al cowt 12.00-14.00; load held 14.25 and above: cannert and cuttert 1.50. 11.T5: utility built 16.00-18 60; Choice feeder iteert 18.60. Calvet 80; tteady; utility to good eelvei and vealera l6.00-20.oa. Hoe a 50: tteady: U. 8. No. 1-3. 180. 255 lb grain feds 1( 50-17.25 : 330-458 lb sows 12.50; good and choice feeder pigs to 110 lb 14.00-15.no. Sheep none; market un tee ted. the Ferguson-Steere tafety record, but which failed to suspend the firm's operations. 'A he-ring last fall brought out that 14 persons had been killed in accidents involving Ferguson-Steere trucks. Rodgers challenged 3 1 o c k, who is seeking renomination, to debate the SCC order publicly. Meanwhile, F-S President Ed West of Albuquerque said in Santa Fe he was sure his firm could comply with the SCC order, which told the firm to establish certain records and come back before the SCC in 45 days. , "Analysis of the commission's findings have been beneficial in determining management pol icy," West said. "We have ini tiated actions which I'm certain will allow us to comply with the commission's order in less than the 45 days we havj been granted." He said he would meet with the commission as soon as pos sible "so that we can go over all phases of the decision (to) fully understand what is expected of us." Satchmo Itching to Blow For British Traditionalists LONDON UPl-Louis (Satch mo) Armstrong and his trumpet are itching to rend the English air with real American jazz. "Man," growled Satchmo in his gravel-toned voice, "Old Satch is raring to blow." Barred previously from play- ing in the United Kingdom because of rows between the American and British musicians unions, Armstrong was allowed in when the U. S. union consent ed to let Freddy Randall, a Brit ish trumpeter, play in the States. Two Dixieland British type) jazz bands blared out "When the Saints Go Marching In" as Armstrong stepped from his olane. "Blow it, Daddy, blow it," yelled Armstrong across the landing strip. Then the report ers gathered. "Mr. Armstrong," asked a rep resentative of the British Broad casting Corp., "as a traditionalist, what do you think cf progressive jazz as a new art form?" "Man," answered Satchmo, "I just don't pay no attention to that bop slop. I just try to play that good old New Orleans music in the same old way and try to play it good." "But," interrupted another British reporter, "you certainly must realize some of the marvelous accomplishments of the! American progressive musicians," "I sure do," said Louis "a couple of thorn cats make a couple of weird riffs on their horns and then walk around town with them little old hot water bottle hats, and some folks say they got something new." "But," persisted the BBC man, Television Actress Files For Mexican Divorce EL PASO GT) Television aK tress Lynn Merrick Thursd.jr, filed for divorce in First Civil Court in Juarez, Mexico, against Robert Goelet Jr., New York real estate man. Misj Merrick charged incom- . patibility. She left by plane later ' for N'w Mexico. Judge Ignaclo ' Martinez Aguauo was expectei ; to sign the decree today. "some of their music is truly inspiring." "Yes, sir," said Louis, "it must inspire somebody, - but I sat around Pittsburgh listening them cats for 45 minutes before I realized they were playing 'Lover, Come Back to Me. " Someone asked him about the international situation. - "Why, I reckon it's all right. The last time I looked at it it was all right. Anyhow, they still blowing and they ain't shooting. 121 '4 1214 Today s Crossword Puzzle ll7777 pP i3i: a " M W----W- w W Total stock tales Thursday 3,840,000. AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE Corteay B. F. Hulloa ana to, Alrflleets Atlai Corp Wrti British American Oil V Pete Calvin Conaol - Creole Pete Duval Sulphur Electric Bond and Share .. Fargo Oil , Humble Oil Imperial Oil int reti Lake Short Mines - Loutt Land and Eiplor McDonnell Aircrait Mountain St. Tel and Tel New Mex and Aril Land N. Y. Hnndurat . . Paclfie Pete . . Pantecpee Oil - . SmDhlre Pete. Ltd .... TPI Continental Wti Technicolor 25 '4 20', 3it . 201 , 5V, . 89 , 28 , 3'4 121V, 50 3'i 54 145 29 133 '4 .. 19 82 V, 16 4H 34 1214 12V? Cotton COTTOX FUTURE NEW YORK (API Future eloted 10 cents a ball lower to $1.10 a bale higheri than the previous closi. May 35.95; July, 33.85; Octobir 32 44; December 32.80; March 32.59; May 32.57; July 31.83; October 30.92B. Middling spot 38.70 N up I. N-Nomlnal; B-Bld. (Standi for night). SPOT COTTOV NEW ORLEANS (API Spot eotton ciosea uncnangea. saiei t,ou3; low mia-dllng 30.00; middling 33.40; good middling 35.90; receipt 2410; stock 817,(17. Wool , 5"t HORIZONTAL 48. actor Mr. l.Fort ' 4. the LUa S. the Bear 12. leading flyer 13. heathen god 14. short letter 15. unit of heavy ' weight 16. alike 17. Ti.n!lan rulers 13. opposite of cathode 20. therefore 22. irritate 24. two-seated bicycle .21 slips by 32. clutch 33. Old Salt 34. one of the Cycladei 36. epoch 37. another name for Amen 40. U. S. Civil War general 43. hurry 45. .Tapaneae sash 46. sound of horn Rathbone 52. tree trunk 55. preflx: partly 57. inventor Whitney 58. Hebrew month 59. dash 60. piece out 61. appends 62. warbled 63. insane VERTICAL 1. facts 2. sacred picture 3. stranger: comb, form 4. apers of ' Mr. Scrooee 5. harem room , 27. ignoble 6. Alaskan city 2f Arctic 19. move downward 21. aeriform matter 23. cognizanca 25. per 26. book of the Bible 7. watchful . 8. unfastened 9. naheggs 10. pigpen 11. Roman , coins Answer to yesterday's puzzle. PlAlC AHHAT Ifc t'lMfjl A TOMm" T MOA B A iE L Pylr T H E Al6 E S D E ARt Hj20 DjtLjBi M P ETuTojU SEMIP PT TsSajulilIlAS E TttWAHmTE sic V rrniAfJ TWv e sses A M e I C AJ L E Ejfc-i 12 HI m apE! E y, n a A PPA M nQE HE S A ul r" T v jrauEloiN LI S E N Dj 4-4 exploration base 29. Tibetan priest 30. "Farewell to" 31. female relative (abbr.) 35. exclamation 38. weasel-llkt carnivore, 39. new: comb, form 41. receding 42. narrow inlet 44. olfactory organs 47. weblikt tissue 49. appear 50. Miss Chass 51. prevaricated 52. cry of sheep 53. opposite . of even 54. youth 56. Isle of NEW MEXICO ENLISTED STOCK Bid Ask Albuquerqua Associated OU 10e U Aitec Oil A Gas . 9V4 10 Besver Lodge 1 IS Delhi Oil ll'i Kaiaer Stee) 2614 27 H New Mexico Public Service .... 134 14Vi New Mexico Pub. Rerv.. Pfd. 103 Pacific Northwest Pipeline 28 V 2'4 Pubco Devel. 4 4 So. Union Oas 22 22'4 Texai National Pett 44 5 '4 Tenn Oat Trans 29 29 '4 Texai Ea-stem Trans 25Vi 28 '4 Three States Oil Oai 7 7 H U. 8. Potash 61 6314 Western Nat'l. Oat 9 iu INVESTMENT COMPANIES Courtesy E. F. Huttnn Company May 3, 195S Aaaet Offering Value l'rirt) Affiliated Fund S 8.20 ( 8.71 Atomic Development , . 14.89 16 24 Boston Fund j- 18 89 18.28 Canadian Fund Ino 19.73 21 34 Colonial Fund 21.69 23 54 Dividend Sharei . 3 89 3.17 Diversified Inv. 12 78 14 01 Fundamental Inv., Inc. 17.23 18 .18 Oas Industrie, Inc. 14.32 16.85 Manhattan Bond Fund S5 Massachusettt Inv. Tr 35.93 38 84 Television Electronlo Fund 12.11 13.20 Wellington Fund 13.89 15.14 BOND MARKET NKW YORK (API The bond market dosed mixed Thursday after Industrial! and rails lost most of tneir a.riy gains. Utilities were strong but Investment quality issues shaded off. U. S. Treasury long-term obligations leaped ahead but Intermediate! wert weak. South Amertein tnd central European doller industrial Hem declined In a gen-rally lower foreign lection. Tokyo Electric Llehl 6e of 1983 gavt UP V4 at 100 Corporate trading volume mounted to 14.420.000 par value on th big board from 4)3,880,000 Wednesday. Grain CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE CHICAGO (API Old crop soybeans stain slid sharply lower on the board of trade Thursday but new erop monthi finished with only small price cnangee. Declines In May snd July soybeans ranged from 74 to 914;enti. a drop which followed upon a 7 cent plunge In all toy bean l contracts Wednesday, Soybeans continued to dominate trade attention although volume aid not ap pear to bt at large ai In the previous session, wnen turnover at n,im,wv buthelt tet in all-time record. Wheat May 2.2614-27: July 2.08- September 2.10H-V4I December 2.134-14; ilarch 2.1514. Corn May 1.53'1-H! July 1.58i-'4l September 1.57; December 1.43-4254: March 1.464-'',. Oats May 66K-M; July S7W84; September 69; December 7214. Rye May 1.27; July 1.3014; September 1.24; riecember 1.34. Sovbeans May 3.1344-10: July .lHj- 1514;; September 2.76; November 2.57- 57 Vi; January 2.59-59 V4. WOOL FUTURE NEW YORK (AP) Wool future win lower Thursday on llquldatron. Wool tops futures closed Irregular, Wool futures closed .1 to .7 of t cent lower. July 124.9: Oct 124. B; Deo. 123 9B; Harcn 123.3; May 122.3B; July 121. 3B. Certificated wool ipot 12S.ON. Wool tops futurei closed .4 of a cent lower to .3 of a cent higher; May lit). OB; July 154.8B; Oot. 154. SB; Dec, 1M.OB; July 151. 5B. Certificated spot wool topi 155. ON. B-Bid; M-Noouul. Livestock CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO (API In a How market butcher hogs lest around 25 oefitl fhurs. while sows soM weak to 25 cents aown Butchen scaling 100 to 270 pounds moved mainly at 114.75 to 115.25. HUV' ers obtained 270 to 310 pound butchers at iu to eis.uo. sowt moved ai tu rn to 13.75. Top on steert wat $21 50. Buyers got good to low choice klndt at 816.75 to Avenge time el solution: 23 minutes. Distributed by King features Syndicate CKYPTOQUrS . LDILRB VoRNL A IQNAB VM XBOTBE. VeeUrdav-i Crvptoqulps HOT BUBBLE BATH MADS ROOMFUL OF TROUBLESOME SUDS. RMTBRZ VNEZ WXORNWBA IT'S FRAZIER'S. FOR RELAXED EVENING SHOPPING 1-9 Mon.-Fri. 9-6 Sat. FRAZIER FURNITURE 1429 Cent l NW Ph. 3-1142 Produce CHICAGO MODTTE CHICAGO (AP-b'SDA) Butter iteady: whoieaali selling price unehanied: AA scon 59.25-59 5; A 92 69-59.5; B 90 57-57.5; C 89 58 25-56.75. tugs steady to firm; whomaii selling prices uncnangea to lit cent aigner minimum 60 per cent A't extra large -40.5: extras medium 36.5-37: ita.no. ardi 37.5-37.75; check! 35. - Metals METALS MARKET NEW YORK lAPl Soot n on ferrous metal prices today; Copper 45-46 cents a pound, Connecticut Valley, Lead 16 cents a pound, New York. Zlno 13 V4 cent! a pound, East St. Louis. LEGAL NOTICES Sealed bldi will be received at the office of the Purohas n( Aunt. Berne II no county-Indian Hospital, U211 Lomai Blvd.. in. E.. A buoueraue. New Mex eo. until 10:00 (ten i a.m., met., May S, 195S, and then publicly opened for fur- Dishing: x-Ray Supplies Bid formt avails We at HnerHtal. Journal April 27, May 4, 1956 Sealed bldt will be received at the office of the Purchasing Agent. Bernt llllo County-Indian Hospital, 2211 Lomai Blvd., in. , Albuquerque, New Mexico, until 10:00 (ten) a.m.. m.l.t., May U, 1956, and then publicly opened tor fur nishing: Dairy Producti Bid forms available at HoanMai. Journal April 27. May 4, 1956 NOTICE OF BID The Purehislng Department of the New Mexico institute or Mining and Technology, Socorro, New Mexico, li calling for bldt on the following 'tern: 1 only 1B58 Wlllyt University Jeep, CJ-5, lest trade In of 1942 Dodgi Weapons Cirrler. mas win ne received until 111:00 i.m., May 23. 105t. and then nuollclr onened Bid No. 37. Persons Interested In this bid may contact the Purchasing Department. Journal May 2, 3, 4, 19.16. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Certain blank Insurance policy of the undersigned Company, known aa Atlantic Insurance Company No. 352 In clusive, has been lost, stolen or acci dentally destroyed while In the hands of liOt i.imm neat Estate or Los bunas. New Mexico, who formerly represented the undersigned Company at a local agent If laid policy hat been Issued to cover any property at any location, since Iseuance wai made by unauthorlted parties and the contract It Invalid. Any person having any Information relating to the policy number ai shiwn above should communlrati It to the Home Office of the Company at Dallai, Texaj. ATLANTIC IN8UTUNCB COMPANY Journal April 20, 27; May 4, 19,'6 Buyjor lean Tht new riper Apache if thl only rmlly economical twin-engim urn lam on the market. Provi it to yourself , .I oim nit for t deinonitrition. But bank hnanci termt cvea of?ertd or 1mm on iifllent 4 year plan. COMBS AIRCRAFT f iptr Dittnhutor MopMin Airfield Dew el 0U. S-3471 Reg. U. S. Pat. Off. 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