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NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE TRANSACTIONS - - " Tuesday's Closing Prices T Associated Press Salts Net (Hds.) LajtChg._ · Abbott L ABC Vend. ACF Ind ACF Wrig At-mo Stl Adams Ex Addressor Admiral Aeroqulp . Air. Redf - -Ala Gas . Alaska Jun 22 . Alco - Prod 2 Aldens £ 27 4Sto + tt 11 '15)4 .... n im-Ji J Sfcr* Cont Oil -- ; :ont Stl 3 29 Coop Bess 15 Cpr RnK 12 -- :opw Si 1£ -,, Corn Pd _1 .30* do Pf Cornell D - gorn.n S C,.30 duc 30 '33$ ·£--;;' a« *d_2 2!* + » .-· (kdied Lab 1 Allied Mills 3 Allied Pd 1 Allied sue 8 Allls Chal 35 '-Alpha P C t ' Alum Ltd 99 ·..Alcoa.. 37 Anurace 2 i · Amerada 9 . Am AS Ch 5 · -Am 1 Alrlln 48 ·rins Co ;r of Wl. - firo^'S ^ aSrn'tS'J «4± ,, do pf .SO 8SJ4-- % Iruc Stl 30 17%-- 'UbaPJlpf .70 2314-- ZubAmSujf. 10 19 -- · Am. Bosch 47 AmBrkSh 4 . Am^Bd Par 16 Am CblR 5 Am Can 37 A-m. CJiaJn 12 Am Cnlcl* .1 ···«jnCtysS 1 do pf .50 Am ' Cyan 79 --\JB- Distill 2 . 'jtm- Encaus 4 ,'· Am Enka 18 . Aih.*Europ ^ 14 a- % . 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S Cp 3 Ut 31 Midi Ross do pf Mldw Oil 4 5 Miner Ch 52 Mpls Hon 43 Mpls M 2 pf 1 Mpl StL 12 Mpl SPSSM 2 Minn MftM 48 Minn « Ont 3 · Minn PLi 2 Minute M H Mission Cp 8 MIsslonDev J5 Miss Rlv F 21 Mo Kan Tex 2 do pf 5 Mo Pac A 26 Mohascolhd 36 Monarch M 1 Motuan Ch 73 Mont D Ut S Mont Pw 2 vlonter Oil 23 Mont War ,67 Moore Me 3 Morrell 14 Mot Prod 1 Mot Wheel 1 \totoiola 3 Mueller Br 13 Munsincw 1 Murphy 13 Murray Cp S . 5Hd-- }i 4%-- 5 395-- f t 15%~ S 35X.+ * 20ttT }{ 4254-- li 20 + =4 26%-- % 92 .._ Gillette C Cal Pock o Callh Zinc 25 Calum H .11 Crapb R.IJ J- Campb Soup 6 Can Dry 25 Cdn Pac 30 Capital Air 45 Carborun 14 Carey. Phil 3 Caro P L Ji Curpen-Stl 6 -Carrier Cp 13 do.pf .20 Carr' Oen 2 Carter Pd is "d"' pf 7 .10 Cater Trac 52 Cciancso 25 do cv ft 4 Cclotcx 11 do pf Cen Fdy , cn Ga Ry 3 - ·· · G 20 W. | Cttn""sV 11 Goth 2t 3 Champ P l Oil IS . 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Nat US R 5 Nat Vul Fib 3 Natomas, S Nchl CP 1 Newberry 19 do pf .40 Nw 'En El -29 Newmont 12 New N Sh 37 NY Air Br 5 NY Cent 48 NYCiStL 30 NYNHH 44 do Pf 10 .-90 Vlac Shr Nopco Ch ! d o p f ' 4 .oAm Av 129 foeast Cap 4 55 105 H Gas" 34 50._ do rt 38 11/32 do pf 3.20 108 « i + l Nor Pac 41 35%--' s-orSta Pw 16 17% N'orthrop S T wst Alrln 16 NorwlchPh 7 30%-- .3414-- Vj 13 -- Jj, BO -- 'A 13K-- 20% -- 19S.~... 10^ + ·'"'do- "p"l.65 93'" + 2 .' Oln Mil M 11 30M,- · ' OIT Flnan 13 - Cities Svc 29 City Invest 2 .-City Prod ° . city Str . Clark En '·?£$ -«!««+ « - · Ol'ev P .20 61 -- % .-CltP spl .30 36-1 .· Glevlte » 17 -4+ % ··.or^^iB^.... i'SSfllSa 1 . 6 ^^ - COioFIr 21 . Col Brd A 60 10 B .S - - i Gas 37 Hack Wat 3 40 Halliburton 11 57 -- % 3 Hochi p: Helm HelUr Holme Hercul Mot 2 Here Pdr 27 aersh Choc. 2 do Pt .1 Hertz 37 HewRoblns 7 HtydenNpt 18 do'cv nt 1.70 Hilton Hot 19 j^,. Hoff Elect .12 22J4--1 Holland F ' = lOjf-- * Holly Su£ 3 am Jot- 39 Konolu Oil 2 Hook»r El. 22 HotelCp Am l . do pf ! Houd Ind 42 Househ Fin 6 Houat LP 26 iowardStr 30 Howe Snd.21 3 HUPP C P r if 15% + 7 5 -- 3 3S -1811 + 14%-22% -- 8Vi + B 19 ipb! 10 26 « -NY S EtG 9 41T4-- do pf .10 84 :..Via M Pw 22 31 do pf do 3.90 .70 107% -10 -- ^OU. ifc 23 SOU-17%-- i-A-- 12%-- 3t%-- Bales (Hds.) . -- 2% Oil Oau iaing Co - 1*5 H-- * can Ant 25 " Pulton 12 och G*E U ' ohr.AIro 5me Cbl ' tS?»y'x'--.13'-13--.S- Stan . War .-, 4, 1 15«-- \- t a u f f ^ C h ,.-5 .,,,, .. . archl.-Bt 1 12i+ · tertUruir- 38. 1 33_--1; :tv«ns. fr 11 IBS--- , ·w .War*-13 -SO*--'} :ok.-V C - 9 "" tone'* W li · torer Brd 2 tudi Pact- 37 un'.Chem 1 un,'011-,r '.' unbeam.,- unstrand - unray- ,- do.pt A .'do 2 VI unsh Bis unsh Mn __ u 0 .Cal .70 1470 uther.-Pa 8 33 weets- C 1 wilt- 4. Co i: -E Pd-.3! afBW St 119 2BTt- ; J j OI l^p 3 J I-M If 5%^ ·'« '.II - ' an . DICE G 11 anca -Bl 2 LV Arms 1 hmley 22 cherins 111 cblck 22 cott Pap" 24 Pap" . oab Flnan IB oab Oil 13 .oeb 69 60 '" nd 7 llji JtG J7 28* haron-SU 26 23« !°U Tran 20B is5 dort 6007 11/32 heller Mt 5-15^ aerat Am li 10 legler xd 8 M M Ignode S 5 24« mmons 3 38 Vi inolair 41 4SV Itelly Oil -- Vi mlt! AO 4 27-X-- mlth Cor 11 mlth Dou 3 mlth KF ' 53 ocony 130, olar Alrc 1 o Am G P § o Car EG 5 o P R SB 10 27^+ j, a Cnl Ed -27. outhrn Co 32 Ind C- 3 . N Gas · 62 ) Pac 62 u Ry -· 5 do pf l west PS 5 paldlng 4 piirton Cp 1 pear pf,*.50 Ipen Cnem 1 pen Kell 7 perry Rd 104 itVtt T^ 73 isi+ % 18T4-- M. do pf quare D .14 td Brand 7. do pf l;«0: td Coll P 1 td O E A.. t d ' O Cal 100- Nit Last Cb«. _. 11%--_. 2:10 '664 + 22" 44 do pf ... -20 Un .Whelan 14 Tntv Cyc S'O UnlvLf Tb.. 2 do. pf : -.50 Jnlv'FIct. 2 . Utah PtL 18 27.S Tix r pCTr ·ex' Utll. ·extron 123 do ,p£ 3 Thatch- Gl 4 do Pf 1.00 Thermold 3 Thomp Pd 48 Ildew Oil .41 rffJ-*.!? .._.. Real 11 Toledo Bd 5 Trane Co 3 Tr W Air 10 Transamer 35 IYI Cont 84 do pf , Truax. 'Tr TunK Sol do pr Twen Cen _ T\vln City , 1- Twin Coach .3 TXL Oil · 31 Stocks Fall Again, Day in Row .-:.-'' .NEW YORK (AP) --News of the biggest monthly rise in unemployment since'World War n brought; no cheer- to -recession-conscious Wall Street Tuesday and the stock .market f ell-again.:' " ··' " · ; It'was the fifth straight daily 22Wr-.% i48-is.~'% Van Norm" .do Pf. Vanad Cp .S ' 7=i+ 1614. -31 -- VerfC sag 7.. 9«i-- VlckCh xd. IS VlctChWk 7' Va Caro.Ch 8 : Va E1*POW 24: Virg. Ry... ,-. 20. do pf 17 · VulcanMat 30 }i pf .2.10. %. pf 1.20 52 -17 X-- "* 27%-- W p.giB-4--INDEPENDENT Cdll., 1*51 DO W.JONES AVERAGES 30 Industrials 20 Rails ..... 15 Utilities ... 65 Stocks ... (Furnished by TUESDAY Close Change 442.35 106.43 ' 72.12 I. T. Button Co.) '57-'58 High '57-'58 Low 151.17 --3.59 --1.34 ·*- .29 --1.22 52Q.77. 157.67 74.61 179.87 419-79 95.96 62.10 ; 142.49 - Jnderwd 16 -15%-- 4 Un Bg CP 11 31S--1- ·Jn Carbld 57 SI --1 Un Elec MS 29% do 4% ..70- 102V; ...... do 4 " 1.10 CJn Oil Cal 69 Un Pac 2R do · pf 7 Un Ti C 22 Un Twist . 1 Un Air L'51 Unit Alrc 36 do 1056 pf 3 an Artists, 5 Unit Else 17 Unit. .Carb 1 Un Car P 1 Unit Cp 63 Un Dye 4 C b Un EncftF 10 Unit Fruit 3S UnCasCp 114 Un Gas Ira. 6 Unit Ind'Cp 7 Unit MtM 8 Unit Shoe 13 US Borax. 12 do pf '.10 - tf -- V, ·· W-- 1 wiTaortlys i' 13" : Walgreen xd 3 ' 28 WatkrHnew 7, 27* Walworth '4 ,, 1'3 Ward Bak B 1 1234-- Ward'Ind - 1 9 --. Warn B Pic 5 18'A + WashWf ; P 17 .38* + WaUkshaJt 1 -27«-- Wayne Pmp 2 . IB 54-- Welbilt.Cp.. 2 , 2 + West Ind S 8 66*-W Ky Coal · 2 17*4-- ., W Penn El 42- 2851+ % SWa Pulp 12 33%-- « do pf ..10 100 +1 West' .AI1L 10 22% WAutos xd. 6 , 16'4+..« Vtst Mary 19 52'A--1}4 West Pac- 3 -40%-- V; W Un Tel 76 % -- 'A WestRABk 20 2li...:...- IVestg.-Sl .77 «24S-1J4 'do pf 1 BOty-r % iVheel Stl '53 -3GS-- % do Pf .40 .90 Whirl CP 27 19%-- « Vhlte Dent 1 29W-- % White Mot 9 42«_.._...: . d o . p f .30- 9 4 $ -- % wmte Sew s · _ « . , -- W ,_do cv pf 6 W'.lcox.Oll 12 Wllsn.t Co 36 do pf ' on Wlnn Dixie 5 2SJ Wise EP 17 35V do Pt · -10. 132V Wise PS 3 22J Woodrdlr xd-5 24'/ Woolworth 9 40-1 Wrthingtori 21 '/ WrlRley 3 81* Wyan .Wor 6 5V 13%+ H 11%- « '*l f V b« X Y Z Yale i T 11 Yngst S*"r 28 Yngst-S ^^ 4S Zenith Rad P 14 1J6«--: SA1KS Total today 2,110,000 Sivlou.Tday 1,900.000 Week ago Month - ago year ago Two years ago Jan. 1 to dale 1957. to date 1856 to date 2971.3,. 2.009,480 2^S45.S4C ·1,561,360 65,152,3S «5,559,6SE 86,518,572 decline i since '.the' r n a . r k e t reached its'1958 recovery high a-/week.ago..'.'·- . ' . . - . ', ' - "· Th'e fall' was, equal to the declines -'of, Monday.·· and Friday, based j on'the dr6p''in:'the.Asso- ciated /Press 'average.'' On the same basis,,'th'e.estirriated drop in the quoted value-of stocks' listed,;on".the .'New-'York. Stock Exchange was- about $1,600,000,000 Tuesday.' 1 '. ' ; . The- market :.was : 'doing -rather well until news carhe that.un- eViiployment leaped by.l,i20,000 last month. Up to then, stocks were narrowly mixed and'there was ,· quiet recovery movement under .way among so-called.:secondary issues. ,Changes among the blue'chips were slight?' After that, news,'"prices·' declined . slowly until' they..-were hit hard'by a temporary selling climax in mid-afternoon. Burng this-.period 'the ticker tape vas" behind floor transactions or..four 'minutes.. A steadying movement f o l l o w e d , but it mounted.- to little and prices losed around the day's lows. . ' · * * * THE B E T K B A - T ; affected most ''major groups with the harper losses Vnong coppers chemicals, oils, rails, aircrafts ind .-rubbers. Motors and rders. were not -hurt, much Motion pictures were mixed aric utilities .inriheSr"backward.- .. A · number ' of the.-.secondary tocks'held gains, notably''the drugs, inspired by a big boos' in 1957 earnings for Parke 5avis .-which rose 1%..'. The so-called key stocks were ff fractions 'to more*-than' .a Over the Counter Securities The following bid an'd asked' prices are obtained 'from ' h «. N ?' 1 , onl if. aSraw- amputation: - ; ' Bid Ariz Pub Ser 27* rrow Pr Wt I'" .von Prod 4 lancroft Jos etna Fire 56% 60 letna Life 185 194 . ^m Equitable 30 33 Am Ins .Nwrk 24* - 25% sS'flcitdlSfe' 15-Ti 17 -onn General 262 · 274 ContAssuranc 116 122 Cont Casualty.78 81%. rireman'sKnd 52 %. 55% MundcrsInsCo 16 fe -.-·- -ranklln Life 65V4 69 GeneralRe-lns 48 51W Glens Falls 29«. 3l« GlobeRepublc 16 Vi is Grt American 33 35 lanover Fire 37 W 40V1 lartfordFlre 15J 158- lomo Insurnc 39% 41* Mt Ins Va lOOVj 105V4 Line NatlLIfe isr 19C Maryland Cas 35* 37J4 Mass Bonding 32V4 34% M e r c h i M f B . 10 11 N-atlonal Ffte 77 81-^ \orth River 33 35% PacEmploylns IStt l|9i aclflc Mutual Stt 9}4 provIdnc-.Wash 15 IBS StPaul FtM . 46 49 lecurltyTItllns 18% 20 Title InstTrst 27% 29R Travelers Ins 20H S3* US Fld*Guar 83 06% JS Life Ins 31* 33 Westchester ' 27% 29Vi SASTEBJ." BANKS Jankers Trust. 61 64 Chase Manaht 47 40% 'hemCrnBxBk 45% 4S}i ContniNB Chi 87% 91V4 First NB Chi 328- 342 s-irstN CltvBk 6 0 . .83 juarantv Trst' 8S. 73 Irvlns trust 32 34 * ul - Hl -l ! iS rit B*S "* Aaior Tr SF 37 38% BkAmNTftSA 3554.-371J, Bank Calif 'SF 32- 34% CallfBank LA 43 46 Cltli NB LA 45« 48* Crockr-AngloN 27% 29J' FlrStNT*S SD 37 40* r a? % Va,NB.Pho o en L2 |% oc 3 K | Berk HatE -6% Bowater' Paper 4% BrunswfK Dr 17% Bullock's Inc 35%. Cal-Inter Td 12% Cal Ore Pwr 31 s al Pac XJtils 28 Cal Wat Serv 42» Cal W t Tel. 20 Canad Sup Oil 17 Cleve Cliffs 32« Coca-Cola LA 24S Cohu Electron '_7% Alphn. Beta 17«, Am Express 39% Am Hosp Sup 39'A Am Marietta 33-H Am PI Con 2B Ampcx Corp 49 Ardon Farms 13Ti pfd 47tt 19K 41% 42 33 S SOW Coleman Enr 10 Collins Rd B 13% Colo Int Gas' 45% Colo Oil t G-- 15% do pfd " 27% m Freight 13% Con 1 Rock Pr 12 DeBeers C M 12% Del Taylor.Oil 11% Xsesltin Prod 2% )ucom Metals 20J4 Dun t Bradat 31% "Ire Bost Co 56 S GnTelCal4%Pf Glusspar Orinnell Corp 114 Suit Inter Os 10J1 Harvlll carp 1V4 learst Pb pf 13?, lycon Mil - ,2T4 Interst Bake 25 do Pfd 77 :nterstate Ent 7. Inters'. Mt Frt 14 Jorpenst Seel 14 Kaiser- Steel 32 do pfd ' 23 Kendall Co 31 Kent Dills 28 Klngsb C Oil 1 Knuds Cream 23 Lan K end...Bak - Ask 29 Vk 12% 484 iSl . 5^ 19 « 3Si ^ 18}4 35 « 26% 8% 11 14 K 48% 17 30 Vi 16 H 13 13 ^ Pr" 25S m ct 'do pfd LfA^'ciub 32V L ATrans L 19% Lucky Lager 19 Lucky-Stores 14* MftD Store FU 4 J i . Macco Corp 11%Macmillan Pet 2W Market Basket 16M Hrlla Rock IS* WL Maxson 6^ Mission Appll S0\( «'/ Morrls-Knuds 29« 31K Mt Fuel Su- Nat Pr. pfi Sup 23% 25 pff 21? 23 Bid Nat St Sh .16* ^ev Nat Gas 334 [ Eng GAE 16 ?i,. lorrls Therm 13 V4 ' No Ind P Sv 4054 ac-AlrmotIve 4|* ac Merc TV 3% ="ac Intern Ex 11% 'endleton Tool 14 Perm Cemente 11 % 'etrolane Gas 13% Phaostron 2* Plym- Rub 4 Pomona Tile . SS ortl Gas C 151i orU G. E 23% . 'ortsro Steel 13 Vi Potash Co Am, 3D %' Pub Svc. Nil 16% ·nrex Corp, 19$, Redondo Tll« 1* lepub Supply 12% Rochester Tel 18% Rocwell Mfg «S Rosemarie R %%' 1 put Pet NY 65$ Shopping Bag 11% Sierra P Pr 25« 1 Calif Water 16 · )o Nev Pwr , 19$ 3, Union Gas "25% . Sprague Eng . SH State Explor 1 . 10 Jtatham Instr 12% Sterl El · MtTS 351 Stuart Co 1 · !'., Cub Gas Srv 24,% Sub Propane .13% Summers Gyro 1J* Tappan Co . 23J4 Tefon Ranch 16V? TeUtomputlng 4J4 Tenn Gas Tr 26% Tex E- Trans 25% Tex .Gas Tr 20 i Tex HI N Gas. 19%. Thmp Fib Gl 28% Three St N Gs 4J1 Thrifty Drug 18% Time, Inc 61'X Tlmes^Mlrror 18V _ i _ Tucson Oas 7 34 U N 1000 Fl 900 do Nv 50 Fl 45 Unit Utll Inc 22»4 Utah So Oil -14 Utility . APJli- yfi V Cp S Fd HVj Wrnn Swasey 21% Warren. Bres ,40}4 Wash- Nat G IIW Weber '.Shocase 6 West Oil Fids ~L% West Pro ,. .14Jjt Wizard Boats I 1 * "Yuba Consl In 4-U Ask point with some down 2, or so. The ' AP .60-stock · 'average dropped $1.30 with' the'indus- trials ' down , $2.30, : . the'-'-rails' down .$2.30 and. the utilities down. 20 cents. ." . v . . Of 1,127. issues-traded, .622 fell--and 274 -rose.- New highs for 1957-58 totaled 18 and 'new. .ows eight. . . - . . - - . , Volume was 2;ilO,000 shares compared with 1,900,000 Monday:' " ' . ' · · · · · - . '-* *.. » * ' . fBESIDES the 'unemployment, news, the market also had to contend with, reports of-.lower copper · and crude oil prices, layoffs, plant- 'shutdowns and and · similar. tidings.^ :Royal. Dutch continued' .its role as most active'stock,-drop-, ping % -at 39 on.47,200-shares.. Second was Raytheon,- off % at 237s on 36,200 'shares. Third was Lorill'ard, u p ' H ' a t 39% on 27,900 shares. , " .. · ·Next came .Bethlehem,, off -%, at 38%, and Standard Oil (New Jersey), off % at 49%'.. .-,'." Losers included Caterpillar 2, Du Pont 2%, Kennecott. I'/i, D.ouglas Aircra'ft -1%, Union Carbide 1, Westinghouse Elec- STANDARD POOR INDEX NEW YORK .Iff)--Standard .and Poor's 5uO stock index:-. · . . ' . High Low Close Ch'ange 425'industrials ,44.40 MTM 43.84' -.43 -25 Railroads · · 23.29 50 Utilities ............. 34.29 500'Stocks' .:.· ·'· ··'· · · · 41 - 61 . 43.69 . 22.76 33.96 . 40.97 43.84 22.86 34.07 : 41.11 --.34 --.07 \ American Stock Exchange Tuesday's Closing Prices By AModaUd Pr«M Salei In 1003 Acme Free AJax Pet Allltd Con Am Electron Am Marac AmPetrof A ' Am Seal ~ Anaeon Ld Ann- Lau A Sales In '100s Last' tric and Rock Island. .Rail- . road IVt., .the latter following a cut dividend. . . . .' International' .Business. Machines fell 7V4 to 324%'.' ' American S t o c k. .Exchange prices 'declined as turnover, ran to 610,000 shares compared with 570,000 Monday. . The losers in-. eluded Thiokol, Louisiana -Land, Faifchild : -Camera, Molybdenum and, -British Petroleum. Pacific Coast Exchange By The AM«ocI»t«d Frett Sales Admiral '200 Alaska Jun 300 Allied Art 200 UUedCnem 300 Am Alrlin ,200 Close 'C Snamplln'. =00.' 13$y3IHi Elec Prod 2mpor Cap Sureka 'ExeterOil FactorMax ~-..- Oil ~ord Mot ForemDalr FruehTra Gftrrett Dlglor Doug Alrc DumontLftb 100 Butter and 1XS ANOEtES, FEB. «. BUTTER . Price to retailer! Grade A 67 ii 69 Grade B 100 14% 300, 34ii 100 · iV' 900 100 ·.' 100 9% '00 100 200 1100 200 40 ' GenAmrOll 300 Gen Dynam 200 Gen Elec · 200 Gen Explor 408 Gen Motors 200 Gtn PubUt '100 Gillette 100 JladM'B'ni-lOO GoodHum 1000 Joodyear 100 GrLakOll 600 Grum Air 100 HanckOllA 800 HawaiPlM 300. 'HoilyDev 100 Homestake 100 ·IdahoMd 3000 'ImperDV 3000 IntTiT 'Jade Oil JohnsManv JonesLau Kalserlnd 11% 27% 624 50% 314. 34 ?i 39--S. 33'/» 14%-- : 34%-- ' nn- rk F OH Ark .La Ga. Armat Jlub A Atlas Cp T»t \OM PTyw · iaiiey 8.1 ' Jald Sec Jartum Stl Braz Trac. . Br Am Oil · Burma M Burry Bis C*C- Telev · CalgtEd Cfll El PW , Calv OtG 2ampb Chlb Can So Pet Cdn, Atl Oil -. Cdn Marc Cdn Petrof pf Canso Nat Gas tarnation Catalin - . Claroit MI Coast C Oils Con Mng Con Royal Cornuc GM Coro Inc Creole · Pet "row''Coll Crown C Pet Crown Drue Cub Am Oil Cub Atl Sue "ub Ven Oil · Det Gray I Devon 1 -P Oils Dome Expl DOrr Ollv Drill Expl Duke Pw -, . DuMont Lab Sales In 100s J Zinc . 1 2 . Mex Jk Ar 4 New Pk Mng 2 No Cdn Oil« ' ' _7 Oceanic Oil ac Pet Ltd Pancoast Last Shaf Demy, .v 3herw. Wm f Signal Oil .A.', · Slmca ' Sinner Vf Skiatron -. Sonotone . - . . lo Penn Oil. . Jtd Oil Ky . , Std Shrs Starrett C? ' Sterl Prec : · : · Technicolor' Ttitw Shov;" '-· Thlokol . -.-.Trans Em Trl Conrwt ' Unexcell Ch · "in Alrc Prt Jnlt Cub O i l - · . US Foil. B ' . Utah Id s · Waitham Prec. Webb * Knapp Wins · McW Woodlcy Peti Wright -H - . - ; · BONDS , ... . Bolt Ed.-alls 70 » ..« Peru 3*8 47 ·" H '45 . 80 Cal Ed, 3s" 83 J.3 . »S 54 · VTOCK SA1K8 ' Today 810,000' shares. year a«o .:.7«4,aO(l-«hare»' BOND SAIJIS ' r«lay ago. , nts .higher clr.|C. 18.25- 1 17 X-: KcrnClty Lehman . Paclndust - - Grade A A 67S71 EGOS ' ' IPanLtg ·vVholeiale prices--Sales between local Pa,:Pet_ deaiers. casei included. Minimum 40%. rade AA-- I^arite 100 400 100 : 200 200 600 200' 100 800 300 100' 100 500 200. 200 NatGyps. 100 Newldrla 900; · NY Central 100 14 ft ·NordnCorp 3600 -16 ·NorrlsOll 1700 195 · NoAmAvla 300 ; 30*1 ·OcldntPet 100 2 OceanlcOU 2760. .-2$ OlInMath 200 ,40% PacClay 100 25 · PaeGAE6pf 300 32J4 PQ-El.SOpI 300' 25% . PGE1.36pf 100 23ji '11V -C5 --2 3014-- * Livestock CHICAGO ' . . · , CHICAGO' UP -- Butcher no* prices Tuesday, were steady to 25 cents hljber and buyers paid a top of 21:25 for a 2S-head 'ot welihlnc ·, 220 Ibs; It .w«s :he hlKhest price -since the same top was reached on Aug. 19, 1957. Several hundred head ot 2« and 3s in the 200220 lb range went, at 21.00.. Same Trades at 190-240 Ibs brought 20.5020.90. Heavier . offerings- moved -at 19.25-20.65. . · - . , . . . ,,. Sows were steady tc- 25 .cents ,hl ..!th 330-375 lb welshts brlnclr.|C. W. IS *5 and the heavier Ellxed grades With 'high choice and iprlme. slaugh- er steers scarce, buyers again paid a LOP of 33.50 for offerings of .that grade, equaling the same high price of. Monday The ulauKhter steer market, however, was quotably steady; to- lully. 50 cents l lower with most. decline on grades average choice ^»nd· below. Hlgn choice and prime offerings brought 28.50-33.50, good to average/ cho ce 23.50-28.00 and mixed good and choice 25.00-26.00. , vealers were steady and. sold ai 2700-32,00 for good and 1 choice grades arid 12.00-20.00 for cull and utility. Slaughter lambs wtre s re a d y to strong and brought a 24.50 top'for a deck of choice .102 lb wooled offerings. Other choice kinds were 22.50-24.00, ind the cull and , utility 17.00-22.00 Slaughter ewes weru'steady and brouch- ? - - * ; - « - . _ _ 1 _ _ . , _1.n[«. D V n ^ A f l Loews Lorlllard .. MarchCilc MidSouUT Monsanto MonDak- NatDIst 39 9M 37* 24 V, 1154. 40 17 .· 38*34 W i . 44 %· 3.50-10.00--for ,, and T.OO-S.SO f ·kct. lable hogs 8,5o"0;"-' active and uneven: -butchers strong to. 25 ilgherr sows, uneven; study 18* 36% 939 ] ' 24% "8 %* 43% 15% «'/. l« 16 Price to retail rade AA INVESTMENT FUNDS Ohio . Edls -9 53%-- tt do. Pf .10 101 .+ 2 do pf . .50 99 -t-1 do Pf .40 87 --1 Ohio Oil 61 30ft-- 54 Okla CiE 3 do Pf 1 Okla N Gas 2 Oiln Math 97 do pf, 1 OllvcrCp' 7 do nf .40 5tls El»v S OutK'Mar 87 Owens Cng 13 OwnlllGl xd 3 Oxford Pap 5 AberdetnFd l.5 AfflilatedFnd 5.66 AmBusiShrs 3,83 AmMutFnd 7.14 AsaocFndTrst 1-32 AtomDovMut. 4.31 \xeEoughton. KB' ' ' 7 ! i StkFd · 3 *7 AxeT C Bm n p C Gr 2o'.26 HueRldgMut S.72 -JndlnvArAm 1S.3J Bostonyund 14.45 10195 Cal'ifFund 6.62 dtagSSSiS:S:iT; g ?ffl G v^r. 4 6 | : gsssa s«« 95A 29fe P 9 27 · VL 41W^1 - 3 Mi 22=4....: 16 -- Vi. 31 li-- % 51V5-- X PacAmFIsh 1 Pac Coast 2 Pac Fin IB Pac GE1 28 Pac L Pac T Col'PlCt r;onde Nast 3 ·Cone. Mills 12 Congoleum, bn Cigar do Pf .80 155 Int Miner 21 Int Nick -21 Ltg TJ PanAVVAIr 20 PanhEPL 19 Para Pict - 1 Parke On- 154 Park Rust. 2 ParmeleeTr 1 Ptab Coal 14 do pf xd 1 PcnlckiF 2 Finn Dlx Penn Tex do .pf Penney ,JC Pennroad _________ Pa · pwLt PeoplesDrug 2 PeoplesGas 5 si Cola 29 · 9y»-- 12 -- 46U-- 1 ... 51«i+ 4 16 42 -4.10 122%- 34 Pepsi Cola 29 21»-- Pelrol Cp_- 5 14 Ji-- 'felffer Br 2 Prlzor 121 'helps D 58 'hlla El .8 do pf do pf + 1 27*-- vt..:. 74 VL... SV,. In^r'SS 90S-1 Tn.TJ.'or^Alfl 2 10 »n--· T« 66 Mi-- V) 35 V5-- J4 2 9 H + % 30*-- 5» ?5li- IntRj-sCAm 2 do Pf .20 Int Eho» IntTeliTel 40 Int Utll 3 InterstDStr 4 Inwrst Pw 34 Iowa I!! G 2 Iowa PiL ' IslCrkCoal S ITECktBrk 3 f ^ l %l- " Jacobs Jaecor Jeff L; Jewel ·! Johns * ~ n .. John A John 6 80 61 UUcmitRii' «** o TMrf o no ColonlalFnd- 8.37 · 9.09 jmwlthlncFd 7.57 eSwitnlnvst · 5.221 CmwlthStkFd 11.29 EompsB*SFd 16.47, ComposFnd 13.78 ConcordFnd 12.18 ConsInvTr 15.75 CrWIn-DlIn 5.56 deVeghlnvst 13.28 doMutFd G2._00 Dela-vareFnd 9.29 Jelawarelnc 7.90 DIversGrStk · 5.50 doInvstFnd 1.39 DIversTrE 15.17 DIvidentShrs 2.4C DreyfusFnd R.71 EatonAHwBl 20.17- doStk - 18.69 F,lctrncslnv EnercyFntl EqultyFnd FldelltyFnd FtducryMut FlaMulFd do "pf .70 Ph Bl pref 70 'hlliRde 30 Phrico 3 do pf 1:00 Philip Mor 157 Phlll Pet 140 Phil Van H 5 lllsby Mills 6 Mper Alror 3 · Pitney Bow 5 'It CokefcC 3 do cv pf 1 Pit conCoal 3 Pit Metallu .3 Pit Plate Gl 6 Pit Scr*B 11 Pit Stee , 10 Plt4VV\'a - 1 Pittston Co 29 Plough »' Plym Oil 2 Polaroid. 80 PoorSCo . 4 Potom El Pw 4 Proct*Gftm 24 ?ub Svc Colo 8 ?ub Sv S*O do pf 6 pubSvtnd xd 1 _ _ +. ; 40 -: _ 39%--, : .80 10451-1: 1-29 i?5 · 1 --^- .««- 45 8=S ?5*1 1.60 6.12 4.09 7.81 1.45 4.75 5.34 7.62 3.79 10.21 22.J4 10.57 20.84 15:62 21.92 12.01 ' 11.83 SlaGrowth doPfSer Fnndalnvst GasIndFnd, OeneralCap GrounStc · Automoo Aviation Building 12.25 ·17.90 14.98 13.-B2 17.25 6.08 13.41 65.50 B.I- 8.32 9.47 21.56 4.33 131.H7 133,00 6.23 6.46 - 12,81 15.56 . 2.27 3.54 -4.fl] 9)4! 11.85 · 14.39 2.08 3.23 . .-5.23 13.72 11.39 11.29 «.54 9.05 5.63 5.76 15.04 12.412.21 7.1 9.92 6.18 CapQrth Chemical ComStock Electronics Food . FullvAdm GenBond IndustMch InstBond Merchand iMlnlng Petrol HREond . 6.112 7.04 11,02 12.07 ·10.44 13-44 ,6.20 6.RO 'do Paper do Petrol 1 do Special do Trans Steel Tobacco .Utilities 6.81 5.97 S.31 9.75 5.57 9.66 '2.13 · 4.53 7.11. 0.65 ·Ji.24 9.17. ManBndFnd. [assInvTrst, do Growth, 10.58 2.35 4.98 7.80 7.2S 5.75 GrwttlSdShr. 13.18 ' 13.58 GuardMntl 14.99 15."« iam(l-dHC7 3.92 ·if ^loHDA 3.88 - * HavdckFnd 22.69 22. _ IncWundFrid 2.22 .-2,43 IncFndBstn 6.78 7.11 Incorlncm.-.. 7.40 .-8.09 Incorlnvjtr. - R-87 ^BankFund" 10.03 'lo:97 "FoundFnd ,*.8» 9.7C GrwihFnd .-8.93, 9.72 IncomeFnd 6.74 · r 1 InsurFund -11.18 1 IntlResFnd 3.33. . InvstCOAmr 7.94 . ) SatWldeSec 1 . Natllnvest VatSecSerBal do Bond' .doiDIv !o PfdStk do Income ',do.Stock . w do Growth 1 NewEngFnd TYCapCan 1 ; NCEShare« · PioplesSec PhllaFnd PlneStFnd' · PlqneerFnd Keystone: do B-l do B-2 do B-3 do B-4: doK-1 do K-2 do S-l · do S-2 . doS-3 do S-4 24.90 25.99 15.17 -16.56 ' fi.02. 9.84 . -7.76 9.44 · 13.99 - 9.37 . .. 10.25 11.18 doFundCan 9.63. '10.42 KnckrbkrFnd.,5.45 . 8;98 UragtnTrusf 10.22. 11.17 LexngtnVent 8.68. Llfelnsrlnvsf 13.S1 do StkFd 5.15 I/jomlsSMut 4.0.02 ManagFnAutO 4.31 do Electric 1.94 do Gnlndust 3.15 do Metal ' 2.34 9.49 15.10 5.61 l 3.28 .2.38 · 2.18 2.24 6.38' 9.93 fi.19 18.02 12.75 12.23 '. 2.85 18.00: S;89 9.78 -1.37 .3.20 7.26 5.06 6.80 · 5.39 19111 27.50 S.21 11.35 7.56 19.03 12.86 3.62 2.63 2.41 2.47 6.90 .10.74 -9.94 19.48 13; 78 12.23 3.10 19.47 9.61 10.6S 5.8' ·3.CO 7.03 5.51 7.43 5.89 20.8' 29.5C 8.97 32.44 8.2 .19.S: 2S'.5 6,1 12.2 11.2 10.1 '40.3 33.4 20.5 8.0 10.4 33.3 Hens, light 'ype"" weights '..,. ll'glj poultry, Foreign Exchange NEW YORK' UP)--Foreign axchaTi ates. -Great Britain In dollars, others Prlce.TRGrth 28.26 PurltanFnd . 5.64 PutnamGoFd 11.26 PutGthFd , 10.31 Scl*NuFnd 10.11 ScudderFnCn 38.12 ScudStftClark .32.46 doCmStk 20.52 SelectedAShrs 7.43 EhrhlarsTrst . 9.52 Smlth.EdBFd 12.15 SowestJnvst 11.08 · 12.1 Soverelpnlnvs 10.89 11.9! StateStlnvs - 31.25 33.7 StelnRtFFn 28.30 28.3 SterllnglnvFn .10.01 10.5 TelevElecFrd 10.09 11.1 TemplGtthF, · No No_ TexnsFnd · 7.50 · ,. UnltAccumFnd 9.33 10.] UiltContFna i 6.19 R.. doIncomeFn-8.64 -9.3 do. ScienceP B.17 10.0 'do FunOCn 13.25 aj.JI ValueLlneFn- 5.33 5.8 doIncomeFn 4.43. 4.8 · .doSplSIt 2.28 WallStlnvest B.6B WashMutlnvst 7.50 8.2 .WelllngtnFnd 11.87 12.9 WhltenallFnd 11.12 12.0 WisconFnd ·' ,1.«7 5.0 Continental * 3 Bath Iron " " Earnings Can, jt a.r, *3.32 vs. Works', year, . 15.11. v«, 1218,709 vs. $40,- SO 71 Dav Mines, 3. mo. 2 Duraioy,-year. 30 cents Vs. .30 cents. "PlitrlrnlilX VCttr $1.28 V S. J1.84. ai«r»)! Candy?'year, 11.09 vs. »1 's/S.- Kresge. year J2:«J T.V'|2._»0. E. J. Koryettt, 13 weeks, °M C lchigann- ChtmlcaV, year. "Rlymond''Concrete -Pile', year, vs 55.09. . . 0-cenU, 11.09'v«: .fe:o4 88 G C ."?al V! po?t 3 ,an'd nt Cem.nt. year. 13:36 Express, . year, 13.08 'vs. * = itandard Oll"-6hlo,-' year,; .*.79 -vs. Markets at a Glance NEW'. YORK UK-- .' '. , . · Stocks-- Lowers slow decline.. '.... Bonds-- Lowerr light trading. - - Cotton^-]jow«r; hedging, liquidation. Wheat"-- StTady "to .'lower; light trade Corn -- steady: firmer cash market, Oats-- Steady with corn. ' . Soybeans-- Lower;, liquidation. -· Hogs -- Steady to · 25 v.cents hlghi '°%atUe-- 'irreguiir: -' fin'erki' .buying llo.uldatlon. Hay Ifrices tOS ANGELES' : UP)-- falfa ? tl. 6.. No. 1--.32.00-34.00:. U:v No i ' leafy 30.00-31.00; U:. S. No green .30.00-31.00; U. 8. .No.: 2 27.0' ' i . . . . Grain .hay: 'No., l oats . . - Carlot arrivals:, . « cora. 1-. Xafflr, ,7 flour, i 36.00.-' . 34.i barley. cereal. '1 Medium Small - PurcOU RCA rlaytheon RepubPlct 00; eggs, 90,000. · gsu · ~23 u" 4% ... lS*= ^ . 123%+ % 22 + W · .57 + r ' S 40 -: Grain Market CHICAGO (AP) -- Corn- and '. oats ll*W '. ie lead In futures dealings · oa t h t ~ : oard of ''Trade Tuesday,/ staying nar-. ,wly ahead most, of th« -time. . . Ry» moved up kt Um«» with gains , around a cent a-busnil-but wheat nd soybeans -wt« off iractions of 1 a ent dflrlng most .of .the session, al- . hough wheat showed some tendency to illy i ' '".' Most .of the wheat contracts trimmed 1 heir °lois»s, "after word was 'received that ' Yugoslavia · had - bought 355,000 usneutof,U..R. red wneat.and 168.000 ushels of hard wheat for jhlpmtnt In 'ebruary and March. . ··-. The light demand' for:th« feed grains sa -related - to- .a firmer cash -market , nd small cash offerings -along with. ontinued cold weather which was e,- peeted to require -Increased 'grain feed- ng' to livestock. · ". ' . . . The^ demand . for soybeans faded, out 'itn failure of. vegetable oils · to move · p and on a- report' that- Europe ,can ' uvi'Manchurlan soybeans at- about, II · ess a ton' 'that U. S. · exports. ... At -the dose, wheat. -was unchanged o 1 cent a bushel lower. March. 12. JS% B16; Jorn unchanged to "4- nlgber.. ilarch 41.09%; oats, unchanged t* «. liber, -MarcS «5:; a*-*. lowtr-.to-J. ent Higher: March tl.26; ; soybeans- u % : lard . s .higher. ,, and-choice grides, cull and utility In - ,, 'ffwif, "Marc"h'V2.22W . ·to 8 cents a hundred TOUW March J11.75. . . ' - J "*" G Op.n..'!- High, Low^ Clo'st . tn 25 I I K H C T , B U W » - W"* *·« i J»»4*i*j n A - K A higher; 2-3 190-240 lb. -butchers 20.5020 90- 200-220 Ibs. 2-3s 21.00; 2-3 250280, lUs 20.00-20.50:' mixed gimde. 42 575 Ib.sows 17.00-18.00. , · ' . Salable cattle 9,500; calve« .200 average choice ,ind .bslow weak- to 50 tower" heifers.-slow;. 25 to 50 lower high choice and-prime 1,100 to -1.40J lb slauthter' steers -28.50-33.50; goa IS- averVre. choice . 23.50-28 00: r-~- to high choice heifers- 22.50-27 utility and · commercial .cows 18,00 1800; canners and. cutters 13.50-16.25 utility and commercial bulls 19.50 21 ·SO- good and', choice- vealers 27.00 3200; cull and utility .vealers-12.90 2o;ooi .jpod. 650.lb stockers 23.00;-me ·SlalT. 7 shleltso^'JiaughUr lamb opening steady to strong; choice 10. lb wooled lambs 22.50: good . to low choice- 22.50-24.00: cull "I "'{I}* 17 00-22.00: good and .choice sauznte ewes 8.50-10.00; cull and utility 7.00 8.50. . . . ' ' · ' . . 3S« 16% 24% 1S« ' e* RepubSteel MO 42* HeservO*G 300 15%Rexall 100 10H p.lceRanch 100 83 RohrAlrc- 100.2514. Roj-alDtch 1200 39S Safeway -1000 27' SDGSE 300 22J4 SeaBFinan 100 19« Servomech 100 7% SlgOG A 400 34 SoCalEd , 200 .5114 SoCIGs pf.A 300 32 SouthPac . 500 37 Jl l^fJRwy ,200 32W ?ood he fielfers on feeder accou commercial cows 20:00-20.80: nilxe illty.and commercial 18.50-19.50; bul uJllty 18.75-18.50: high yl« l .*'Jl« 1 , B £ "l^foV 1 u C ^..comm U e^.rH'f Splccel StdBrands StdOllCal ThrlftlMart 200 TldewatOil Transamer TrICont. do wts n cents: Canadian dollar In New York open I.TJ arket 1% per cent premium or U S . cents off 3/32. of ;a .cent. a'rS° P Britaln,,- pound. J2.81S, unchanged; 30-day futures 2.8y«. UP « a cent; 60-day lutures- 3.80ft.- up of ,"ceht::90-day lutures 2.79ft, UP W Belglum"franc. 2.00%, D p ; . 00ft ·Prance, franc, .23» of a cent, unchanged. Germany. . -western, 800 200 200 300 wentCent . 300 100 600 nitAIrl'.n 200 nltGasCP 100 TSSteel 300 InlvCon' . 500 We.UtM.pl -100 - nCarblde UnOllCal deutsche · matk. lira. f. 26.40., unchanged: .16% of. a cent, un- Italy, Poffugal/escudo; 3.50. unchanjed. Sweden, Krona L _10.34,j_unciT an ; g 4 ed. u Switzerl changed. Denmark, land, franc, ,.o-i. : . :, -trei :e; 23.! unchanged. krone.' 14.50, ^^ggftta. up .02.'of a C B'faill free, 1.04. off '.02.of a cent. · Mexico 8.01. unchanged. .' Venezuela, bolivar, 30.00, unchanged. Hong'Kong'dollar;. 17.66, unchans»«. Citrus Market LOS ANGELES · UP--Th« x Federa State 'Market News Service, reported Tuesday grapef.-ult^and lemons steady prices unchanged; oranges .slightly '^Oranges --Prices unchanged «cep Ex -Choice or better navels cent_and Sou .Calif cartons 72s and .larger 3.i5- f.OO; 88s 1 4.00-4.25; 113s -41.25: 138s 4.50; loose std-boxes 113s and 'P 5.50 5 75 ; . 5 lb- 111m bags 50. cents;. chojci loosi,std boxes 138s and Igr. 1.50-4.75 ' lb film bags. 45-49 cents. -·' Sinklst Growers Inc... reported or anges In ' all auction, markets -were "out steady. RepresentaUve price, by size: Sunklst. fl-.t"grade--56s-4.il 723 4 4 0 ' 888 4.45;. 113s-5.20. Choice Mcond pao-B6. 3.13; 72s 3.71;- 88 3.70. , ' ' i'.. ' .- .' · ' · " - . . - bay. son's men of 34.11 -,ients a -»juad. ·The -hllttr. loan - T O -ths M5S cot ton crop and'..doubl3 that^ the 195 cotton -acreage will ib« boost! d InflJ enced-th« -demand, for dsferred/ months Lat.r afternoon prices- ware- Jl half lower to-. 35 · «nts higher,.Ul» the previous-close.- March. 35100, .Ma 35.15 and July. 35.20,: · . ' , '· 24 Vj-- 4 42% -27 4' "calves salable 25; hardl"- enough of fere! 'for market tests; foout steady good and choice calves and vealer 24 00-29.50; nno early sales stockers. HOBS salable 300: trade cot fully, e tabliined: few sales grain fed!i 215 225 lb barrows and gilts mostly No. '-2 fully steady at 22.25;-small lot dlum 186 Ibs 20,00; no. sows sold, jhee? salable ISO;' slaughter ewe considered strong · to . »1_ hi_ghe_r : short ool 134 Ibs culls sorted oi ATTENTION your want with a "Wanted" ad \Vorks,FAST.. Call HE. 2-595 for an-ad-writer. ', Mar. .-11.70 ilav ....11:65 July 11.70 Sept. _..11.85 Oct. ... 11.70 11.65 11.79 11.80 11.75 11.75 11.80 -.11.80 . 11.55 yellow 1.01-14 whit. 73%-74: soybean oil: 17.00-50. · ' Barley: Malting Feed;. S4-1.06.- as- 11.82 11.85 oats .No. 1 heavy ro soybeans. ll%j :Soybean meal: choice: 1.20-i;28. Treasury Report ··WASHINGTON OP1-- The cash posl- ^ with tlon of the -- Treasury compared with corresponding dau a year ago: 1958- .*·«*· ·· - . |2 717,743,230.80 * nC 'j2,688,57»,487.»0 ' x|S74,576,S70,3is'o5 «· 781 '45* 414OO 22.25I, t -^¥ricl?iS 4 «M.3S1.085.M. ^.v.^.., , n .i.mtorv limit. ·, A '22'.25I,545.317.14 ~ debt not Dale Carnegie Course Public Sp«ok?««--M«mory Training--Human R«/««on« SII ADVIRTISIMIHT PA«I A-l $10,000 1.. insured savings C u e B I N T » N N U A l " A T I ACCOUKTI tfrlHID M rt. 10I*«»*HY I I A R N f r » m - * » « ' $^ f mrm , ., n( ) , .,,,, m 0 f,- W i t h ill. F " S ' ^' ' ' ' * ., r.Kh s.vm^ .ircounl is t o s u r , - ) to . , ' O t M ( J l.y | Frdfr.,1 S.wmo .,nd Lo.ir, I n s u r . - n c , C o - p o r ,1,-n , ,mlrumcnl.il.ty of thr Un.l...J i""'· C »' " Until 124 J FEDERAL (1§t\ SAVING · AST FIRST ST. ·ITWUN riNI ANB IOCUIT 1J5 f. OCEAN AVE. P H O N I 7-IJ11 IARNIN4S PAID 4 TIMM A YIA«

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