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···BUSINESS AND FINANCE WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 1966 if PAGE 37 Market Rallies On Wide Front Latest New York Stock Prices DOW JONES 3 PAL STOCK AVERAGES Quoted Change 30 Industrials , 928-JM Up 8.86 20Rails 255.69 Up 1.94 S Utilities ' Wl.09.. Up 1.06 Volume--7,590,000 ' --: 2 P.M. New York Prices Salej Abbott L ABC Cons Salts Nei (hds.) High Low 2 p.m. Che A 17 43 42% 42% 4 Ve 22 26%' 25% 24Ve 4 % NEW YORK - W - The stock market widened gains in a rally late this afternoon. Trading was fairly active. Volume for the day was estimated at 8.5 million shares compared with 10.14 million yesterday. Motors, chemicals, coppers, rails, tobaccos, electronics and office equipments were prominent in the upturn. Several of the color television and other electronics issues also snapped back, recovering some of their recent losses. Aerospace issues were generally higher as were airlines. In the absence of outstanding news, brokers saw it as a technical recovery. IBM recouped 7 and Xerox 4 points while Polaroid gained 3. v Up 2 or better were Anaconda, Zenith. and United Air Lines. American Motors, up a full E " oint, loomed as the volume jader. Other auto stocks were fractional gainers. Up a point, or more w e r e United Aircraft, Douglas A i r - c r a f t , Kennecott, Santa Fe Lorillard, Schering, J. I. Case Magnavox and Fairchild Ca mera. Gains of almost 2 were scored by Motorola, Air Products, Nal co Chemical and Du Pont. Commercial Solvents was of about a point on profit, taking OVER THE COUNTER These quotations are from NASD at approximately 8 a.ra. Bids are inter-dealer prices. Prices not identified by * are iiiter-dealer asked prices. Inter-dealer quotations do not include retail mark-up, markdown or commission. Asked prices identified by *have been adjusted upward to include aoprorimate markup. INDUSTRIAL Bid Aske Albertson 17 Anheuser-Busch 46'A Tkrden Farms 20 Ariz. Ago. Chern. Corp 3% Aztec Oil Gas 16'A Bagdad Copper 42% Bayless Markets lOVa Brunswig Drug 22% Circle K 18« . Delhl-Austr 5% Den. Chgro. Trkg 41'A Denver Real Estate......... 9 Futterman 5% Greater Ariz. Sav 3'A *Horlzon Land 3V» Interstate Securities ...9% Itek 50 Lear Jet 52 Lilly, El! 81 Lone Star Steel *'"· Lusk Common 3-16 McLean Ind 35 A Memorex J7A Morrison Knudsen 28% Pabst Brew 3M4 Palomar Mortgage JVf Peter Paul " Pubco Petrol 5V4 Ramada Inn 9 TM Scientific Data 56% Sees Candy TM% Shakespears Co 1«'« So. West Rsch Gen. Inc. .. 5% Tappan Co 30% Teledyne · »i 4' 16' 433 11' 23' -'·19 : 5 42 9 6 4 3 9 50 54 More Markets On Next Page eneral Dynamics lost a frac- on. Texaco and Jersey Standrd eased. Delta Airlines lost more than point. Minnesota Power ,ight lost about l l / 2 . Prices were mostly higher in eavy trading on the American tock Exchange. Up about 2 were Xtra Inc., Solitron Deices, Carnation, Intex Oil and Hubbell "A." Caldor, Hoe Co., Vestern Equities, Ameco, Bater Industries and Northeast Airlines rose about 1 each. Prentice-Hall advanced about 2i/ 2 . .dams Ex kddressog Admiral Aeroqulp Ir Prod Air Reduc AJ Indust Alberto Culver Alleg Cp Alleg Lud Alleg Pw Allied Ch Allied Kid Allied Pd Allied Stri Allied Sup Allis Chal Alpha P C Alum Ltd Alcoa Amerace Amarada Am Airlin Am Bosch Am Brk Sh Am Brdcst Am Can Am Chain Am Cyan Am El Pw Am Enka Am Exp Isbran 73 AMERICAN STOCKS 2 P.M. New York Prices Aerolet Gen . Aerorica Mf Alan Wood Alleg Airl Alies Cp wt Ameco Inc Am Electron Am Petrof A A.P.L: Cpn Ark-La Gas · Asamera Assd Oil G Ati Research Atlas Consol M. Atlas Cp wt Audio Dev Avis Ind 3ald Mont Bald Mont pfd Banff Oil Banner Ind Barnes Eng Belock Inst Bonanza Air Lin Bowmar Inst Braz Trac Br. Am Oil Brit Pet Brown Co BSF Co Bunker Ramo Burma M Burnell Butlers Sb Calcomp Can So Pet Cdn Javelin · Cdn Marc Cdn-Sup-OIl Carnation C.C.I. Corp Christiana Oil. 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Arizona Bank Bank of America Chemical Bank N.Y. tont. III. Chgo Jst Nat. City N.Y Jrvinn Tr. N.Y .Manufacturers Hanover ^Morgan Guar. .N.Y. Galley Nat'l. Bk. Phx. - Wt ' INSURANCE COMPANIES "Aetna Life . · . - - · · 5? "American Fidelity Life 18V4 ^en^^ne^rsCMf/BC^W ^Beneficial Std. . . 15% ·Continental Gas farm Home Life" ... ·Fidelity Bankers Life .. Tranklin Life" *pp?rpia Int'l. Life IJSnvt. Employees Ins-.Great America · .Hartford Fire .Home Ins. N.Y ·Jefferson Std ·Lincoln Nat'l ·Nat. Old Line ·Old Line Life ·phlla. Life "Rpp. Nat'l. Life .South Coast Life travelers Ins. .United Service Life ^ UTILITIES ·GHz. Util. A ·Citz. Util. B ·Port. Gen. Electric ... Tub. "Serv. N.M ^Trans. Gas Pipe [Tucson Gas - NEW YORK--(/Pi--Cotton futures were *reaular late today. Commission houses ·Here on both sides of the market. - Nearby July, which is the last of the T965 crop trading months, first advsncec cents a bale and then dropped to a s of 51,25 a bale. ,, In new crop months, many contracts advanced SI a bale. - Traders awaited results of dealer bidding for government-owned cotton on Mon ·Uay which marked the start of the gov frnment's 1966-47 cotton selling program "None of this cotton can be delivered Before Aug. 1 this year 36 38 29'/4 371/2 '% Gt Bas Pet Greer Hyd Gulf Am Ld ulf Sulphur andleman azel Bisti ofm Ind ollinger oily Corp ome Oil A ubbell A ydromatics mp Oil pco Hops Sup eannette Gl upiter CP aiser Ind ane Miller auf Bd awecki irby Petro am Sess" ee Natl enox Inc evitt Sons ith Am a Land Aackey Air Magellan Pet Aead John Aenasco Microwave Elect Aohawk Airl \olybden iftonogram Industries torse E Pd Auntz TV Aufer Co. apco Ind \lat Nast A slal Bel H National Co. Mat Video A Mewal Inc M IdriaM \l Mex Ar Mew Park Mining . 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Murchison of Dallas, financier and business leader, has been named as chairman of the board of Life Casualty Insurance Co. The change was approved at the annual meeting and announced by President Guilford Dudley Jr. Murchison. active in the Murchison Brothers partnership in Dallas, succeeds Paul Mountcastle, Life Casualty board chairman since 1951. Mountcastle will remain on the board as finance committee chairman, and will serve as chairman of the insurance firm's broadcast subsidiaries, WLAC radio and WLAC-TV, in Nashville. AS STEEL DEMAND RISES Idle Blast Furnaces 1 Are Being Fired Up"] CLEVELAND - tl) -- The return of the idle blast furnaces and steelmaking facilities to production in U.S. mills reflects a "surging demand" for steel, an industry publication said today. 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Most contracts had recovered some of the fairly broad losses but brokers said moderately active commercial buying already had cleared on the scale-downs and that it appeared any substantial additional support mlsht have come from speculators who still wer« trading cautiously Processors were less understood to hove bought large quantities of soybeans on the break but liquidation of yalns had encountered only scattered resllng order demand. are among those being brought out of mothballs. "Particularly significant. Steel said, "is projected resumption of melting at U.S. Steel's National Works (McKeesport, Pa.) which was suspended only last December. "It was generally figured the steel furnaces there would be mothballed, with the finishing mills getting raw steel from more efficient . . . units at the nearby Duquesne Works. "But now it seems the Duquesne Works can no longer take care of the resulting enlarged hot metal burden. Apparently orders for flat rolled products (made at Duquesne) and tubular goods (made at Nation al) have improved to the point 59 78'A 20 33Va 18 31 Vi 89 11% 13% 13% + 'A 49% SO'/a + Va 83'A 85'A + 1/4 38'A 38V2 ... . 50% 51 + % 29% 29% + '/a 80 81 +1% 35V3 35V2 35V2 77'A 77'A --' 32% 32% .. 30Vi 30'/8 10% 15% 64'A 36% 56% 15% 13'A 10'A 35% 35% 39'A 57 15% 14'A 10'A New Enq El N Eng fT Newmont Newpt N Sh NY Air Brk NY. Central NY Sta EG Nla M Pw Norf W No Am Av No Am Car No Am Coal Nor Ind PS Nor N Gas Nor Pac Nor Sta Pw Northrop Nwst Airline Norton Co. 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J The weekly trade publicaUoi. said steadily rising order Volume "is making predicUotjsiol an unusually active second Quarter steel market look like asire oet." Estimates now ai April and May product* ^ shipments win top Mard»«fol- ume by 15 to 20 per cent. " Steelmaking has risen i sively over the last four Steel said, estimating ingi duction for the week March 5 at 2,650,000, op than 9 per cent from the tons poured the week aHed Feb. 5. Common Sense Commentary -'^ ..." that's ;., JOHN CHAMBERLAIN h the CITIZEN May July Aug Sep Nov Jan SOYBEAN Mar 11.13 2.81 Vi 2.82% 2.85-85% 2.87-86% 2.87'A 2.84 2.86-84'A 2 83'A 2.83% 2.81 Vi 2.82%-83Vi 273'A 2.73% 2.71% 2.73'/4 269'A-% 2.69% 2.68V2 2.69-68% 2 - 27'A 2.72% 2.71% 2.72V4 01L- 11.13 May July Aug Sep Oct Dec Jan . 11.00-10.99 11.00 10.92-90 10.93 10.85 10.85 10.72 10.72 10.57-56 10.57 10.48 10.48 10.45 10.47 26% 19 55% 40% 44% 20'A . 18% 44% 23 42% 26'A 53% 35% 11% 23'A 26'A 20'A 57V4 44V4 28% 54'A 22% 24% 35% 32'A 17'A 44Va 68'A 8% 38% 20 58 51% 70% 46 +1? 8 69to 4-1 V2 9 '/a + 'A 39 -- I/B 20V4 4- Vi 58% +lVi 57% + % 72to +1 'A 2 24V4 70 25% 510 77V2 73V4 8 12% 12V3 40 16% 15 32 64 23V4 111 42% 53 28% 13 25'/4 67 63% 105 30% 308 54 16VS 31'/2 22'A 28% 24% 63 30'/e 49% 47% 50'A 49% Cox Brdcst 261 22'A 42 37% 21 25% 55 SO 33 36% W 40 39* 36 xdlS 44% 25 43% 12 64'A 28 16 6 34% 201 54% 114 70 64 2?iA 33 iiVt 10 30 6 16% 26 65% 2 35% 65 29% 10 52 20 51 6 27V1 |4 «6H 44Vi Xd7 253 2«9Vj 251 10 40 40 40 79 24'A 25% -- Va 75% -- Vi 12'A + Va 16% + 'A 32 + % 23'A 4 % 42',i -- '/a 23% 4 VB 25'.i 63*E + % 30',i -- % 49Vs --1 49% -- 'A 22Vi + 'i 37% + % 2SV4 - I/O 49% +1% 36% +1 40 + '/a 35% + Vi 44% ~ Vi 43% 4 Ve 641/3 4 Vj Hallibur Hallicraft Hmd Org Harb Walk Harris Int Harsco Hart S M 20 49 21 7=8 6 24Va Hawaiian Hazelline Hecla Mng Heinz Heller Here Pdr Hersh Choc Hertz Heublein Hewlett Pk Tel 32 107 225 8 3 30 12 9 20 35 12 35 14 58 High Volt Eng 697 26% 48Vi 7'A 23% 38% 31% 24 34V4 33 B'/a 31% 44i 10% 20V4 39V2 39'/e 32% 32'-i 48% 32'A 40Vi 25% 391/4 32V2 25 35% 33% 8% 32 44' 49to 32% 41% 4)1/8 -- % 7V2 24VB + % 33% -- '/a 32V8 4- Va 24% -- VB 33? 8 + 21% 37i/i 25Va 49 34 39% 35Vi 44% 43 44'A 6S'A 6S'A 65'A + SVA 51Va 51% -- 1/4 34% 541/4 +1% 69 'A +1'A 27% 4 'A 67% - % 29% 4 'A 16% 4 Vi 34% 52% 68V. 67% Hilton Hot Hilton Intl Hobart Mfg Hoff Fleet Holiday Inn Holly Sug Homestk Honeywell Hooker Ch Hoov Ball Hotel Am Houd Ind House Fin Houst L t P How Johnson Howmet Hun' Fds Hupp Co Idaho Pw Idea. 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G Pub Sv Colo 258 50% 48% SOVi + % 83 27V4 27 27Va + Va 51 27Va 26% 27 + % 15 22% 22'A 22% + Va 38 58'A 57Vi: 58 + % 34 51'A 50% 51% +1 51 20% 20'A 20% + 'A 32 411/4 61 61V8 + % 75 57 56'A 56% P 22'A 26% 11% 24% 24% 11% 36 117 22% 390 60% 16 35'A 10 70% 311 39'A 43 36 14 12'A 62 59% 32% 31% 22'/B 26 11'A 24'/a 24'A 10% 34% 21% 59'A 35 69% 32% + Vi 22'/a 24 -- 'A 11'A + Va 24'A + Vt 24'A -- % 35% Vt 22'/8 + Vt 60'/e + '/a 35V2 + % 70 +TA 37V2 39Vs -1% 35'A 35% + 1/4 12V8 12V4 + % 59 59% + % 5 46% 45Vi 45'/2 -- % 24 35V2 34% 35V3 + % 78 66Vs 65'A 65% + Vi 64 69'/4 68% 69 + Ve 1 24 24 33 4Q1/4 39% 13 78 76% 4 13% 13% 16 43% 42% 13 40 39Vi 4 22% 22% 2 20'/4 20'A 24 49% 49 19 75V4 74% 40 33% 32 r /s 134 66'/4 63% 5 91'A 90'A 48 53 3 /» 53 33 37'/2 1 1 46 43 119 427 10 43 2 81 2 6 9 4 37 62% 35 36'A 1255 19 9 12 21 24VB 23% 63 42% 41 Vi 10 32% 32 26 35V2 35 U 3 22 21% 35V4 35 14V4 14 49V2 49Va 64% 64VB 25V4 25 52 51% 69 68% 41% 41V3 70V2 69'/i 19 56% 41% 45'A 2P/4 18% 45V2 23 44 Va 24'A 34'A 34'A 39% 38'A 47'A 47% 61 35% 18 12 26% -19 +-1/4 56 - .Vi 41 + Vi 447a + % 21 + % 187a + Vt 45to +1V4 23 441/s +lVi 26Vi - 1/8 34V3 + to 39% +1% 47% -- Va 627a +1% 36 -- Va 18% + % 12 + Va 24Va + % 42% + % 327a + % 35to + % 22 + Vt 35'A + to 14V4 + % 49to + to 64V4 ... 25V4 + to 52 + Vi 68% + V8 41 to -- Vi 697a . SOYBEAN MEAL- Mar 66.40-10 64.40 May 46.50 66.95 July 67.05-15 47.70 Aug 47.30 67.85 Sep 64.30 44.40 Oct 65.05-00 65.25 Dec 64.85 45.10 Jan 64.95 65.15 B-- Bid; A-- Asked,' 10.90 10.74 10.70 10.63 10.42 10.33 10.28 66.00 64.45 67.05 67.30 66.10 65.00 64.85 64.90 11.02 ·JO.87-89 10.83-85 10.74 10.49 10.55-54 10.40-41 10.37B-38A 44.40-30 66.95 67.60 67.75B-85A 64.30B-40A 45.20B-25A 65.05-10 45.00B-15A N--Nominal. LIVESTOCK 59 113% 116% 118% +1% 28 BO'/B 77% 80 + Vi US Gypsum 128 BO'/a 36 55 54 54% -r.-/. 28 28 27'A 27% + Vt I mi 19% 19% +'% 158 28% ··*M 1 i i« 3' 42% 62'A 42% 7 33'A 32% 3 2B% 28% 79 60% " 138 60 73 18% 13 41 Vi 10 21 6 31% 29 49V4 US Indust US Lines US Pipe 8. F US Play Cd US Plywd US Rub US Smelt US Steel US Tob Unit Util Univ Amer Univ Am of Univ Lf T Univ Match Univ Oil Pd Uplohn Utah PS.L 28 45% 59 58% 18% 40% 20% 31V4 2BV2 + Va 44'A + 1/4 33'/3 + % 267s . . 59% + % 58% --1% 18% + % 40% + '/B 21 + '/a 35 34% 413 49V4 181 1 46 12 -36 31V4 -- 1/4 48% 49V4 + i/a 34V4 34V4 67 68'A + 'A 49 49% 30% 30% + Vt 26Va 26Va -- Va 12% 12% + Vj 46 46 25% 25Vi 25Vi 4 Vi 19% 19V4 19% + % 3 63% 63% + V 741/2 74V« 74% + 1/3 35% 35% 35% - 1/4 49% 30% 26V4 12% Vanad Cp 14 29Va Varian As M 5, a34 Vj Vasco Metals 428 35 Vendo Co xd26 34% Victor Compo 17 36'A Va El S. Pw Vornado Vulcan Mat 29% 35% 2878 + % 34% + % 28% 32% +4 59 42% 33 73 14 $3 IV 34'/8 36'A 42'/a 72 22% 34% +!'/» 36 + 'A 42% 73 +1'A 23 4 'A PHOENIX -- W) -- Confirmed sales on slaughter steers and heifers continues limited although demand still sood with cattle bolna held In strong hands) slaughter steers and heifers fully steady to 50 "siauflhleTstes-rs: 210 mostly choice 950- iivm in* 19 so. Aorll 15-30 delivery; 700 Ztlyg^d with end of choice 900-950 Ibs. 27.50, April delivery. Slaughter heifers: 260 good to mostly choice 850 Ibs. 27.00, March delivery! 175 mostly good 825-850 Ibs. 26.50, curren delivery. All sales FOB feed lot, net weight after 5 Per cent shrink or equlva- ^Estimated receipts of salable cattle and calves at Tuesday's auction 1,000 head Trade fairly active with good demand for most all classes; slaughter cows steady; feeder cattle and calves steady to 50 cents higher than previous Tuesday with upturn mainly on good mixed-breed /'slaughter cows: Few head utility 15.001780, few to 16.40; Conner and cutter 13.00-16.00. Feeder cattle: Small lot mostly choice 860 Ib. fleshy feeder steers 28.00; small lots good and mixed good and choice mixed breed 400-700 Ibs. 26.00-27.90. Feeder calves: Good and choice 315-470 Ib steers 25.00-29.20; few Individual head 345-370 Ibs. 30.75-32.00. KANSAS CITY--OT-Catlle 2,000; calves 25; slaughter steers and heifers steady to 25 lower; cows steady; feeders steady; choice slaughter steers 28.00-29.00; choice and prime 27.50; good and choice 27.252800; good 25.50-27.25; choice and prime heifers 28.25; choice 27.50; utility and comrn-rc!al cows 18.00-20.00; good and choice fender steers 26.00-28.00. Hogs 3,500; barrows and gilts 25-75 lower; sov/s l.CO-25 lower; barrows and gilts 1-3 2CO-250 Ib. 25.00-50; 1-2 200-240 Ib 2550-75; few 25.60; 240-260 Ib. 24.7525'.25; '260-280 Ib. 24.50-75, 33C-600 Ib. sows 22 25-23 CO. Sheep BOO; slaughter lombs and ewes steady; choice slaughter lambs 27.00; choice and prime 27.50; cull to sood ewes 8.00-9.00. HOW WOULD YOU ANSWER IT? "I/ you were buying securities today, would you buy the same ones you already own?" That's about as fundamental as you can get wfien it comes to your investments-one of the mos^_| important questions you can ask. l * Because if the answer is "no"-if you wouldn't^ buy those same securities at present prices- * V it might make sense to consider selling them! , Of course, it's not always easy to be sure. Souikf decisions on any security always depend on current facts...on earnings, sales, management ... on present prices and future prospects. ·. r- That's why we offer to send anyone who asks^ml the information we can on any particular ^. industry, company, or stock... why we'll do all'" we can to help you answer that question to '..',.... your satisfaction. ^^ For our answers-in terms of your holdings, your objectives, your investment program, just writer Joe M. Douglas, Manager :^ MERR ILL LYNCH, , PIERCE. 'Y?, FENNER R SMITH INC ' : , UEUBERS DEW tOII STOM EICH»W A« OT«I FIIIOIML StOCIl Mt COHMOBITT HCMMM North Stone Ave. Tucson 15701 7»?-»l 'fv« GIVE-UP ORDERS INVITED 53% 33% 33 59 48'/8 54% 407a 74'A 33 6 7 44 18 14 17 23 85 36Va 20 50'/2 24 + '/4 40V4 . . . . 78 +l'/4 13% 42% + % 39Hi -- 'A 22% . . . 20'/4 -- Vt 69V: + VI 74% + '/2 33V« + " a 66 +lVi 91V: +lVi 53Vi 4 Va 33% + Vi 33 + Vt 58=a 58% + V'2 47% 48 54*1 +lV'a 40% +1% 73'/2 -- Vi 14*B + V'4 36Va + % SOVfe + Vn 534s 39 Vi 73'/4 14H 35'/2 5Rc 516 130*8 126'/4 130% +2% Walqreen Walker, H Wallace Murray Wall Tlern Walworth Warn Bro Co Warn aLan Warren SD Wash Gas Wash Wat P Webb Del E Westcst Tran W Va Pulp Wn Air Lin Wn Bancorp Wn Md Wn Pac Wn Un Tel West" A Brk Westg El weyerhaeuser Wheel Stl Whirl Cp White Mot White Str Wickes Wilson 8. Co Winn Dix Wis El Pw Wise P Sv Wi!co Chem Wometo Ent A Woodwd Lr Woolwth Worthing Wriqlw Xerox Cp Ynast Sh J, T Ymst S Dr Zayre Corp Zenith R 4 38'/2 14 yiVi 3 68% 15 40% 20 10 1 38?4 153a37Va 38Va 31 48 to 40V3 9% 38% 37 SOto 31% 22% 4% 28 51 to 44'A 38'/a + Vt 31 Vi + H 68'/4 -- V4 40% 4 1/2 10 38Va -- Vt 37V. + Vt S'Vj - Vt 31 Vt + Vs 23 4 Vt 4Vt M 4 Vt 51% 4 VB Wt +2Ve 30Vj 30% 4 Va ilV, 41% 4 Vt 40% 41% - % 48 48% 4 'A 43V. + Vt 62'/2 41 33 3!V'2 4 Vt 41% 4 % 442* 41% 20H 351/4 - Vt 53% 4 V. 35V. + »t 28^a 4 Va 19=B 34''3 4 Vi 24V; _ VI 28% - V, 27-a 4 Va 41% 4 \t 99V'4 -- '/4 42% 20'/a 20 62V. 61 Va Pub Sv E 8, G 36 Publicv. Ind Pua Sd PL Puiiman Purex Purolator 11 20 18 193 24% 35'/3 8% 371-e 63'i 22% 34 24V 35Vi 8V4 37'A 62% 21% 3376 20Vs 61% 4 % If It -- Vi 35'/2 8'/4 . . . 373.ii + '-. 22% +r' 34 4 '/I 50Vi 31«! 23 4%» 28 85 44Va 73 31V4 2 41% 11 42'/4 93 48% 17 431a 138 62ie 41% 45 38V3 38 22 31^ 31% 26 42 81 44% 6 20 1 * 33 30% 5 53% 36 35'/4 10 28"2 14 Wa 29 341/2 2 26% 11 29 66 27% 44 41% 4 99'A X-Y-Z 287 226 219 225 -MV4 58 40'/2 38% 49'/2 41% 7 21'2 21V2 21Vj 61 35% 34V2 35% 164 141%. 136;-a 140 42'A 411/2 43V« 20"s 29% 53% 34'/3 28 Vt 19'a 33'/2 76'/2 23% 27% 41 Vs 98% Newsprint like Rapped HOUSTON -- UPI - The new 10 per ton increase in news- rint will put all American ewspapers in "an intolerable nancial position," F. E. Waren, general manager of the Houston Chronicle, says. Warren, also executive v i c e resident of the newspaper, pre- icted yesterday all other news- rint companies will follow suit. Three Canadian newsprint reducers -- Macmillan, Bloedel Powell River Ltd.; Bowater 3 aner Co. and Domtar Ltd. -announced the increases in recent days. DRYCOODS 19'i + 22'/» + V B j RCA Quak Oats, 1 16 MVi 45 19 31 79','3 33 3? re 3Pi 23 «7 11 t 8 18--1 79V» 38''J . _ 31 "z Mt Wt 40 ! 5 « 39',.. 38''i lV,'t 72 Ve 38 37?'. 38'-» 38V 16'.4 16H iBi 4SVs + V. 35'A 35H -F ',* yVi 29'/3 + H SPA 5P.4 -- Vi -.-. 50Vi 51 + Vi I Int Pipe. CM 2714 » W - V i | f f i ^' ,J Ini^Te! t. Ttl Inters) Pw 41 505 497 17J « U tl 4K J7 16 178 48''» U',3 91 31'i 29', 32'« 25'-3 90'? 30to 29 27''; 39to 64 1 i 31 ·» 25-t 28% -- Va 4i-e 34to + Vi 19 79'A + V» 3J1/2 -- T ' 3 31 '.3 497 » ~ ', 40 ! e - r '» 391.4 -rl 781-i - "'. 377e - -« ' 471/2 - l 77'.-2 +2' 14-3 * 1 90), _ 30% 29 - ' Ralst Pur Ranco Rsnd House Raybest Raycnier Raytheon Reich Cn Relian El Repub Corp ResuS Stl | Revere C : I Rex Chain I Rexfli! J Reyn Wet | Rev Tob i - Rhe f -m Mf I Rich TO V,errel i Kilter 8 66 R XW2 52 8 «^s 8 19 8 30Vj 2 6M4 44 3SH 891 14 i 47H 100 43'i 12 47?» 93 50',i 3 70 ·· 22 « 65 Vi 66 49'/4 13 113 134 52% 40'-» SO'/« t.', 375* W'i \r-'t 70 XI V, 52'- 51'/« -f ^ M -- '.'t 19 30 Vj -f Ji 38''« ~ Vt 43T» -f '/. 13 ~ H 47-* 4-1*1 SQV» 4- Va 7CV« + H 42 + 1« 52 1 /, 4- Vt Pfaudler ,8' i + 31"» 25H + \ Roan Sel Tr , Rot) Control! I Roch G 8. j Hock .« I Ronrn 8. H ' P o u r Corp Ronson 59 29'e 29» 29U 4- -t 39 25 J4'.'« 25 4' V t 10 79 ?8Vj 78'/» -- '.'« 11 43H 43 435« 4 \'t 143 9^1 9'/i 5^. ·*- 'A 28 Wt 34'* 35'i 4 3 4 13 3P« 31 31*« - '/· 19 3M'« Wt 3*'-( 4- "t 6 147% 14i"3 1441,7 -- Vj W Jl'.i yVt 41'.4 42V« 54 2H» 21*% Wt + H NEW Y O R K - '4 1 , -- The selling vol ume was lisht In the cotton textile mark;: todfjy. Businej* included sales of heavy sheetings and lean conE'ryctlons for for ward delivery. Th-re were scattered sol»s of print cloths and broadcloths for voriou; deliveries this year. The woo ; goods market was steady Prices were firm at the Australian woo auctions. Business In domestic wool top were said to be active this week, wit sales made for the second-half of th year delivery. In synlhetics, linen effect rayon sol to converters for third quarter delivery Polyes'er cotlon batistes and broadcloth sold lor third quarter period. METALS NEV/ YORK, March 9 W,--Spot nor ferrous melal prices today: Copper cents « pound, Connecticut Valley. Lea 16 cents a pound, New York. Zinc 14 cents a pouna, East St Louis. Tin 1.74 a pound. New York. Foreisn silver 1.29 per troy ounce, New York, Quickjilvi 455.00 per flask, New York. Famed Gold Vliiie Reopens HOW CAN YOUTAKE THE WORRY OUT OF INVESTING? You can't. Prudent investors always- do stme worrying. But perhaps we can help minimize the worrying you do. The ingredients of our anti-worry prescription are experience, facilities, people ... and a deep commitment to accurate, current facts about companies and industries. Take experience, for instance. Our firm, which is 79 years old, has guided many, many investors through all types of good and bad economic weather. As to facilities, we have offices in key locations throughout the country. They keep us posted on local conditions and provide a variety of viewpoints which are reflected in our market analyses. Our people round out our capabilities. Wa "have specialists whose job it is to know what is going on in specific investment areas... as well as people who are at home with the needs and problems of large institutional investors or small investors. Why not call and talk to us? There's no obligation, of course. GLORE FORGAN, WM. R. STAATS INC. HERMOSILLO, Son. -Lf-' famed El Realito Gold Mine has seen reopened with a crew of 20 men. 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