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Gen Am Ind 3 4 Gen Accept* 4 - 15% .G Am InvcJ 6 28 S-- J Gen Am Oil 7 27 -- $ Cen Am Tr S 73%+ j Gen Bak 1 10 -- V Gen Bronze 3 22T4--n Gen Cable 12 33%+ V Gen Clgur 4 48%-- V GContract 13 12v.-- ! Controls 5 IS -- 3 GenDyna 207 60%-- j Gen Elec 59 61H+ 1 Fds 5 54V^+ J Gen Instru 2 5 % + V Gen Mills 3 64 Vi-- I 1 / do pf .10 115*1+ % Motors 173 34«-- V do pf l 115'4-- V, GenOutAd 2 36«-- % gJS $%? i? Si do 3 pf 23 51 · Gen pubSv 30- 4% GenPubUt 18 39% GenRy SIR 4 22V Gen Realty 2 35V1 3cn Refrae 3 34%Gen Shoe 12 21% jenStlCst 4 20 K ^en Tel 31 42*. 3en Time 3 Gen Tire do pf W do 4,P1 Burroughs Butler Br Butte- :op J Buyers pi .30 callahnimc 8 . 4S Sp m bRuf p 30 Jw Cannon- M 1 48V CapltalAlrl 54 1. Carborun 6 JJJ- Carey. Phil 3 25V Caro C4O .50 100 Caro P*L B 27 V Carpen Stl 5 Carrier. Cp 27 do pf 1.80 Carr-ft Gen 2 carter'Pd 40 Case, JI 45 _ i-- £ 36vt-- % 4° 22 - V4 24 +1 use ......... Vo'7'pf .90 103M.-- V -- . 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Pap 51 30Vi-- Vk S a n D l t g o G 6 ' . 2 2 V : -- Vi Sangaroo El 1 ?2!*-- * Sav Arau - 2 12ti--...... Schenley · 8 18%-- VI Scherins '30C 37-S + lS Schick . IS 13V4 Scott P»P 13 56 --1 Scovill .Jlf 2 24,'lfi + % SeabAL RR 49 23Vi Seat .Ftnan S 19 -- Vf Seab Oil 17 54 -- % Seagrave 1 10%-- -^ Sealrlght 11 - 25V1-- b Sears Tioeb 35 20 Serve!: -i s Ei w ,- M do p £ . - ..10 75 Shahmqpnln 4 11-A 23V4-T 'K '- I Sham- OG 2 | Sharon SQ 6 JacA F 2 Mack Tr 37 13 .30 27 --1 23%-- Vi 30 K-- "A . 84-AH- .3 61 lSii+ %· 20 10 + % 43 31V4+ % 11 35%-- % 2 26«-- Vi 2 65t-- MI 13?-? do pf ttaslc Ch do pf las Cop Mafiory OX Manatt S - Manli Shirt 1 Mannlni: - 14 Marac Oil 14 larch Cal 6 17 Marine M 12 lSii+ -, do pf 2 51 W--1 Mara Cem 17 31%-.. Mar Field 0 3344-- ^ Martin Co.. 56 32-T4-- \ aasonlte 6' 27 : S-- ' May D Str 4 '36V4---1 do pf .10 81 + j 3.10 pf ..10 70'A-- .? do p u ----....-^ May lac 6 24 w-- j do .pf ...50 51V5-- ' McCrory Str 5 12% + ' do pf .10 78 --=1 McGrawEd 16 35%-- 1 McGraw H · 6 40 -- '.. McClean 4 8%....;....; McQuay Nor 5 15 -- % lln£ A ||||l 40 93% Me'lv Shoe ' 2 24*--.J4 do pf .20 82%-- J4 Mengel .50 71%+ V. Merck · 100 ,J2Vi+ «' do cfl pr fi 121 _ ., Merc Lino'10 32«+ ,i4 MC£S 53 1SK ..... lota Mach 3 43«-- f Miami Cop 2 27%-- % Mid S Ot 40 38^ Mlclw Oil 3 26 + % Mln ft Ch 84 19K+1S Mpl« Hon 28 81% - Jpls Mol 16 8S-- ^ Mpls M 2 pt 1 14 -- % Jinn M4M 35 7G%-- % MInniOnt 14 24% Minn. PiL 1 30 -- K Minute JI 17 7W Mission CP 18 34% -. MIssionDev 33 20%-- % Miss Rlv f 17 30 -- % Mo K T pf 10 34 Vi-- V. Mo Pac A 41 21 " i -- ^ Mohanscoln 27 5^i+ y, MononRP. A 5 12 .. Uonsan Ch 27 33.W-- S Mont D Ut 9 23%--1 Mont Pw 1 . 4 6 % -- W Montecatlnl ' 6 17% Monter Oil 28 19 -- V4 Shattuck 10 Shell Oil 31 SheH Tran 131 do rt 1S91 Sheller Mr B SheratAm. 17 immons SlmondsS Sinclair Sliell-, Oil Smith AO V« Jmk.i Cor, Smith Dnu Socony Spen StdOIICal OIUnd Mont Ward 32 Morrell 4 Mot Wheel 8 Motorola 3 Mueller Br 3 Murphy' 13 Murrav Cp 1 MyerstBro 3 13?,-- =4 23K.......... Natco Cp Nat Actnt Nat Al.-lln Nat AutoF 12 . ... Nat'Avlat 12 26%-- % Nat Bine 23 4514-- K ... Pf Nat Can Mat CashJR 15 Nat City -L, 4 Vat Cyl G 13 N'atDalry '13 NatDistlll 20 NatFuelC u' Nat ~ Na do Nat Nat ,10 163 _______ 25 10« ......... 54 - V, .t Gyps .1 LeaU I-- V4 51*L f pT. D7 '--1? l"-"« z»- I Shrs Steel ,40 141 ....... 1 24 Vi 2 15%-59 52* + 36 -- Nat .. ,, NatSuDply -32 Nat Tea 4 Nat Yh»a 26 NatUSRa.' 0 NatVulFIb 5 ^atomas 1 Neh Cp 1 Nelsn,.r i Vewberrv - 4 NewEngEl 23 Newmon* 7 NewptNSh 22 MYAlrBrk 1 YChiSL 74 I'NBH 34 do P' 2 Y Sniped 12 ..YStEG 17 -.J.-.1 MlaMPw 25 31%.do Pf l.Oi- 106%-- % N'lag Ch 3 20'i-- % NorfiWest 10.' 46 Vi-- 2 No Am Av 130 30 -- Vi Noeast Cp 2 17H-- H Nor N Gas 3G 50 Vi--·-· do Pf .30 108..- % 6 ISVi-- 54 32V4+ Vi - 6 17Vi-- % 3 -33 -- 2 2 13Vj-- Vk , 2 3 2 ' 3 .56 -- V4 127 ^ % '«' ?K f 19 32H-h' *5 T «3-^ ^-54-1 i^S FJalu Nit (Hds.) .Lut Cng. Stauff -Ch a- 81' ·' " St£rl.0rur'.35,,33V Stevent'JP 10'-19J St.w War. 11..30J Stoke Van C1 d' sun' oil ' '8 eo sunbeam '.S/xiO Jundstrand o 17 Sunny -33.; -21 do nf -A . 1 23 Bunsli Bl« 4'.' ; 75 Sunsh Mn 15 . 8 SupOUCil 1.80-Mr' suther Pap l "' jwlftiCo 33 ;ylv El Pd 20 .... do pf. .30--81 ·· do:, pf. rj8'.-lte«l - · .2.' 5 0 -- 1 ' 376 '·SSK'-P'Vi _ _ P f · · · ' -4'ISOW--l.Vi us ;Tob '..xi. -21 v.^-- Unlt.St pl..;10.:.-t2ft_^_^. j do 2d pf - 1 BVt-t Vj Cn Wallpa; 1 · 754+ i}4 Jn Whelan.22 . S _ : Jnlv Cy 3 j 7 · 22 --- ?4 Unlv Lf'.Tb-1. 33Vi-- Vi -'do pf .10 11SV4-- Vi Unlv Plct .2. 20 ,-- % Jtah PL ' 11'. .27% Telautogr. 15 5' -- ·». Temco Air 4 11%--..j. Tenn CP 4 - 40V1 + 'A JTexas Co -50 "56%--" Vi Tex G Prd 35 24 £-- V* Tex-0 SUl 51 -,-16%---% ?S PO 3 8 8f£ § Tex-JP 'LTr 2 TK-- » do pf · 2 17H-- S Textron . 47 rex Utll 29 Thatch Gl 1 ,do pf-' .30 Thermold 5 Thomp Pd 24 TIdcwat Oil 19 do pf ' · 2 TlmkRBear 20 rish 'Real 17 Toledo Ed · 5 Trane Co . 'o Trail W Air; 13 'ransamer 30 TransueW 5 Trl Cont 71 tm s 1 5 Ml 1«-- Vi Udyllte . 3 Underwd 14 Un AsDR 3. Un BaK C P 3 Jn Carbide 58 Un Elec 22 ^ do pfSVij "'-SO Uii Pac 54 do pf - 13 Un-Tank C 5 , UnltAlr'Ll 19' Unit Aircr -41 Jn Artists 2 Unit Blsc .. B do pf 1.00 Jnlt Carbon IS United Cp. S Unit DC 5 Jnlt EtF 13 Jnlt Fruit 4, Un Gas Cp 51 Un Inil Cp 10 Unit MtM 19 Un Pk .Min 4 Unit Shoe 10 US Borax 41 US For S 13 US Freight 4 US Gyps - 20 5 Hoff M 65 do pf 1 US Indust 5 do Pf 31 OS Lines 4 US PI * F 17 US Pi Cd .50 (Hdi.) LMt Car. D8' Tlywd-19. -28 -- ·* US -Rub. .17- 33Vi+ Vi · d o . ' p* ·: 1.50 1-52 J Stock Prices Slip . US. 81)01 US : -Snelt- ' 23l ;V 30%- BVi-- .'an -?Jorm- 8 Van Kail- 3 Var.ad Cp.- 10 Vert C Suj 3 Vlck Chem 7 VlctCh: -WK 7 --2B14-- VaCaro Ch 10 · ,17S-- Va El*Pow » .28*-- ^·Sf: · '7.--SSI1- VulcanMat- 31. 11 --. 'doSViPf -4.50.' 80M + do pf 3 14%-- . w Wagner.El 12 .35 -- 2 - Wargreen . 2 28^-- 'V4 WalkH nw U .26%-- '-h Walworth 6 15%-- V4 Ward Bak 3 12%-- \ Ward Ind 1 s4+ Vi Wrn BPic : 8: IS'4- Warn Lam 28 627, +1% WashWatP 16 39 ,-(- J4 WaukeshaM 2\ 26=14-- .£ Wayne Prap 3 \18V4-- It. Welbilt Cp ' 1 2 _'...-.. WesOftSpf .20 45}i + 7« iVeatlndS 1 6»«..-._... IVKy Coal 2 I7«--·« BVPcnn El 27 28 S+ % lio pf ..10 500 -- \ · Va Pulp 32 32 --lowest AirX, 9 '22Yi-- Vt West Auto S 6 15%-- % West Mary 13 53 H- % Wset Pac 3 West Un T 33 WestRABk 22 -West* El 77 62%-i- « do Pf 1 90 ·-- % Wheel Stl 37 do Pf -30 Whirl CP 15 - - _ ,, do TJf - 2 ' 59 Mi--1 'A White Mot 4 42«-- W White Sew 9 ,,»;!-- J4 Wllsn 4 Co 10 ao pf 12 Windsor Ind l W l n n Dixie 15 Wise El P 14 do pf .10 134 4-1J4 Wise PS 3 ' 2251-- Woodwrd Ir 8 24 -Woolworth 16 40J4 Worthinfttn 20 46J4 -- icley 5 814t 40^; -r in 16 S-- % 22 + 'S G Q W ^ 89%-- · ' "34-- : X Y- Z is? 4^ ;| .^^I,KS Total today Previous day Week ago Month apo Y e a r - a f i o ' Two years ago Jan. 1 to date 1957 to .date. 1956 to date 2,030,000 2.110,000 2,481,012 2.083,155 · 2,379,060 2,998.890 67,452,594 67,'e3B,740 89,547,462 Over the Counter Securities Th. following b,d and .sxed wj-g «.. °^dal f r 0 T I ney t doSot M rp elation .of Securities Dealers. Inc »nd are «»»£"£ ft, * appr odmate ranee Sai'VSS tave^befn'sold' or bought at the time of INSURANCE Bid '55% 59 Vi Amer Surety 15Vi Benef St Life 15% Conn -Gen 253 Cont Assur 113 Cont Casualty 77 Frmn's Fund 52 W Knars' Ins Co 1G% Franklin Life 62 Gen Re-Ins Glens Falls Globe ft R Gt American Hanover Fire Urowh P W 1154 12| Won Prod 41 47% Jancroft. Jos - 4"4 4* Sayless Mkts 11% 12« 3erksh Hath 6V t i t t Sowater Pap 4% 5V4 Srunswig Dr Ii}4 1|14 Jullocks Inc 35% 3S Int Tele -.2* 13% Dreg Pw 31 33 'al Pac Ut 28 SOW I! sa*[.s* 88 m Hartford Fire 150 157 Home Ins 38% -40» Ufe Ins Va 99% 105 Lincoln Nt Ll 182 193 Maryland Cas 35 VI' 37} Mass Bonding 31-X 33^ Mrchs ft Mfgs 10 ll Natl Fire 71 81 North River 32 34^ PC Emplrs Ins 16V1 18? Pac Mutual 8VS O v Prov-Wash 14% 151 St Paul -FftM 45»i 48} Sec .Title Ins 18% 20 Spfd FlftMar 44W 4 , V ltd Accident 46% . 50 Title GrTr NY 18% 21 Title Ins ft Tr 27« 29', Travelers Ins iS% 81} US Fid ft Gr 62Vi , US Life Ins 29 Vi Westchester 27 EASTERN- B'ANKS Jankers Tr 60% Chase Manhat 46!4 ChCornExBk 45% Cnt III NB Ch ,87% ta .... Pac 45 Nor Sta Pw IS · do pt4.11 .10 dtPI3.60 .40 Northrop 23 Nwst Alrlln 13 Norwich Ph 1 s Manufac Trust 40% 43V4 VJKSTERN BANKS CltNBLA 45% 48* 3rocker-AngNt 27S 2!H4 fstNTiS. SD 37 40% First Western 33' 35% 5ec-UtN, LA 42 45 UnBk. LA. 38 41 ^alNtB.Phoen 29Vi 31Vi PREFERRED * COMMON STOCKS MphBFd Kkt 17% 19* ivrner ExP 39% 41% Hosp Sup 39J4 42% vm Maritta 32 ¥f Vm PipeCon 25% Vmpel Corp Vrden .Farm O' 2 63%-- V 98 --1 H Priilt 1 Halliburton 10 lamil Wat 1 ·lammr Pap 4 Hmd Organ 8 Harb walk 4 do pf .10 1 Harris Int 7 rlarsco Cp 16 Harshw Ch 8 Hart SiM 2 Hat Corp 1 Havcg ind 65 ciecht pf .40 do pi .20 Her-.til Mot 2 Hero Pdr IS Hertz 31 Hew Rob 3 Heyden Npt 4 2 0 4 + Vi 5G%-- 14 11 Ji-- Vi 24%-- 4 pf3.90 .80 Ohio Oil 42 29 ; ik-- Vi Okla Gi:E 10 44 VH-- % do pi 1 17% O k l a N Gai 11 27%+ % Olin Math 85 40-Si...--do pf S 100 +1 DllverCorp 32 SVi-- % Otis Elev 8 45%+ % 3utb Mar 70 24 -- * Outlet .10 88 --1 "wens Cng 11 30%-- J4 Jwens 111 Gl 10 63%-- % do pf 2 95%+ V4 Dxford Pap 3 29¥j acAmFlsh K ac ComtA 2 ac Coast 2 a c F l n _ 11 a ac Ltg 1C TtT do pf Tin cv pf 1.00 Trlot S Hilton ... Hoft Elect Holland F 3 Holly Su* 4 Homestk 15 Honolu Oil 9 Hooker El 24 Hotel Am 2 Houd Ind 102 House Fin 14 I6Vi+ Vi 31 g-- % 54%+ Vi Howard St 16 9 Howe Snd 29 Hud M 1 Hud Bay M 6 Hupp Cp 14 do pf 2 HUBS Rcf 4 . 13 4i--1 2%-- VI 23 16 + Vi Coed Cola Cole'Palm CoTT* Al Idaho Pw 5 al Cem 6 Cent 54 U Pw. 5 do 2.04 2.00 !nd FfcL 4 indust Ray 19 ing Rand 8 :nfand Stl 10 Inspir Cop 8 :nterchem 3 ,.k Ir 0 _. Int BUS M 42 325 " + Int Harv 21 30% do pf .10 155 _ Int Miner 6 27*-- Vi :nt Nick 27 73%-- * I n t Pack - 9 + *. Oai 74 C0l*l Ohffl 2 Comb tnr B CQinl Cr«d 24 ._ nonU Solv 74 10%-- VI COrtw Ed 23, 44 -- Vi jd« pf 1 103--1 nomlitomttl 1 4%-- Vfi CowU Nast 2 5%-- Con'v Cliar « 32)4-COB.'Copp 25 13%+". °sL^ ^1887* Co»^Il»ctro 23 C9B'. Foods A Coo0»s Ut 2 COBiS.-G»« 2 - ,, CaKKCbPt .30 31V-- 14 COM Pw 4 48 S-- * do 4.52 .30 103U+ -' do VV4 .10 103(4 + Com-BiX a 32V4-- .Cont Can .90 103 + Vi do J)f _ 23 5 f S 61 22 9 12 Int RysCAm s do pf Int Salt Int Shoe [at Silver 8 do _pt _ .1 Cont C*S Cont in* Cont Mot i:ont Cont I Coop ron Rnit Copv Stl : Oil '· V? Bu 28 VI 152-- Vi 15%-- Vi 42 3--^fc ,* i- _ ii n-- * S-lVl 60J1+ % 30%+ H 3J-X 461i+ « 31M, IBS-- % 671-- % 46 --· Vi 14 51%-- S 17 . 41%-- H 1.40 122^1-- Vli 1.00 135^-- V4 'an AW Air 3 13% 'anh EPL 42 39§-- 2 do Pf 58 3eS+ ;% Param Pic 71 30ii+ Vi -·arke Da 1G5 64 +1% ·ark nust 1 20V4 ·armel Tr 4 ISVi-f V« 'atino Mln 1 3V4.... 3S" ^ oa p l l M- , 'enn Dlx 22 28%+ 4i Pcnn Tex 13 4 do pf 5 15%-: Penney. JC ll 89 -- ' 'ennroad 18 l-l -- 'ennsalt 1 62Vi Pa PL 6 45it _ RR 51 12V4 3 eoples Gas 7 41 -- =eor 4 E 2,00. 31V5--1 "·epsl Cola 40 21%-- ·ct Milk 1 53 · 'etrol Cp 4 HJS-- 'telffer B 8 3V4 3 helps D 20 40Vi+ Phlla Kl S 38* + do pt .80 104V4-- 79 V4 HI 14 --"Xi 20%- » 8V«-- VI Int Paper 26 90% - · - « · · - low-- -' .30 65V5--1 2 104 --4 3 38 + 28%-31 +1 Int T«1*T 60 SOW [nt Utll 3 24 %-- ' Intent D St 4 23 %,,.., Intent P 13 14 Vf,.-Iowa 111 C 3 31%-Iowa P*L 48 27%-- Isl Crk C 14 33 V4-- 1-T-ECk Brk 3 37 -- Jaeger Mch 12 J e f f " Lk 3 Jewel Tea rohns Man 51 lonn ft J 2 Jones L 95 do pf 1.00. 17S--"% 5 .23 . " 59 -- Vi 38 + ' 89«-- ·. 97 +1 40V1-- ' ivaiaerAl 38 do4ViDf 1 KauCSou B Kan G*E 2 Kan PtL 2 Kaystr J 1 81 43?( -38 + 31^-- 28«-- 13 Vi P 9 9 -12 Vi-- do I f . Ulz Ser »9« Nat'Propa Nat Stl *· 5anad S u p - O 16% ;leve-C'.Ufs 32VS. Coca-Cola LA 24 V4 ^ohu =lectr 7V4 ;0 " m S B l^ ! * 34% 26% Nev Nat Gas 3* · N Ens G*E 16T4 Norris Therm 12% No Ind Pb Sr 40=4 Pic Alrmotlve 4 - ; Pac Merc TV 5% Pac Int -Expr 11% Pac Pr ft Ii 32 Packard Bell 11 Pendlet Tool ,14 Perm Cement 17% Petrolane Gas 13% Phaostron 2% PlyrnouthRub 4ji Pomona Tile 8 s ". PortlandGAC IJJi Jelhl Tay Oil 5ssa ii 20% 3un Ic Bradst 32 71rst Bos Cp 56 Int Ga» 10 Harvlll CP ij* Hearst Pxib p 13% Hycon Mfg 2V4; ntersta Bak 25% do pia 'J Interstate Eng i Intersta Ki f 1494 Jorgen Steel 11 V4 Kaiser Steel 33Vi do pfd 2354 % PotashCoAm PubSerCNM Pure- · Corp RedondoTil* Republicsup RochesterTnl RockwellMfr RosemarleReld SV4 RoyalDuPNY 63% 27% 15% 3544 25 \ Keniucky C l:tll % %£ King. Cot,011 ,,!% ,2 17% 13% 21S _ Knudsen Crm 23% Koehrlng 15% Land Fr * C 12Vi Langentlf Bak 19Vi do ptd 28V4 Llnr Electron 6 LA Ath Club 32 L A Tran Lin 19 Lucky Lager 19 Lucky Stores MD Stor Fix 36% ,, ,. l is ^ ^TM- Cora nv.,.12% Macmil'.an Pet 2,4 3 Market Bask 16% ISVi Marlln R«k 1|K, 20 W L Maxnon 6Vi B ,A Misston Appll 2% 3V4 Morris Knud 29% 31% Mt Fuel Sup 23 Vl Bid pf 21Vi Ask 23% 13% 42% CM, SumraersG'TO . Tappan Co Tejon Ranch Telecomputing Tenn Gaslr TexEastemTr · TexGasTrans TexIllNatCas Thorn PSOnFG ThreeStaNG Thrift Drur Tim- Inc Times-Mirror Tor Ind TransGasPip* Tucson GHS UnlNvlOOOFl 8 do NvSOFl UnltedTTtlllnc Warren Bros WeberShowc WesternOllF WtsternPrec (Visard Boat* 1-ubaConslIn 12% 17 H i?? 1 18.% 21% IFI.-S 18. Vi 'i7« iS INVESTME1NT FUNDS AberdeenFund 1,45 AfflliatedFuna 5.65 AmBunEhars 3.83 ArnMutFd 7.16 AssocFdTrst 1.32 AtomDevMut 4.32 AxeHoughFdA 4.89 doFdB 6.99 dOStkFd 3.46 AxeSclence-El 9.37 AxeTempGrth 20.14 JlueRldgeMut 9. :0 3ondInTrAm 19.34 SostonFund 14.39 3roadStInves 20.21 BullockFd 10.95 CallfFund 6.58 CanadaGenF. 30.88 ^anadlanFcl la. il CdnlntGrth 6.-18 CapltalVentre 4.50 CentShrsTrst 21.21 ChemlcalFd 15.03 ColonlalFd 8.33 ComwIlhlncFd '7.56. .dolnvest 8.18 CompBEFd 4.03 22.93 16.26 9.04 . 8,89 ComposlteFd ConcordFd CrownWI-0I deVeghlnv doMutFd 7.42 67.47 i i t 2.24 ManhatBonaF 6.38 MassInvestTr 9.89 doGrowth 9.14 MassLIfeFd 17.96 s'66 Mutin'vestFd 1 ·~ ' GrthlndusShr 13.14 GuardlanMut 14.04 Haml!FdHC7 3.91 doHDA 3.87 .vdockFd 22.89 ».U* i-itl.**.--.-- . -8.22 IncFounaFa H.42 17.85 13.74 14.94 i2.72 13.75 · 5.55 6,07 13.18 13.31 6Z.OO 65.50 9.25 10.17 DelawareFund 9.25 10.17 d?LTM.,,.=,,,, i-s l\ i . DiversCrthStk 5.58 doInvFd 7.5S ' . 6.12 TncFdBost Incorplnc^ 7 nstltBankFd 1 doFoundFd doGrwthFd doIncFund dolnsur ' 1 IntlResourceF InvestCoAm InvestTBOst 10.65 6.09 10.53 2.34 4,99 7.75 T.29 5.80 10.04 13.53 15.40 4.28 ' 22".'69 10:55 DIverslfledTE'15,10 17.12 DlvidendShar 2.45 2.69 - rey ' U owBal SO'OB "l'4T d'o^kTM * IS^S 19:88 Electronlcslnv 4.31 4..1 johstonMut loho 19.10 Keyston.cu,t: 2 ·hllco 20 do pf .80 Phil Moc 78 do pr 4 .1 pf 3.90 1 'till Pet · 107 'lllsby Mil 6 Piper Alrc 5 · Pitney Bow 13 It CokiC 5 do pt .20 do cv pf 1 · Pit con Coal 4 T l ^ ^Ull \^Ui*i -m wj. P i t F t V . 2 0 1 4 0 11.79 14.34 2.07 3.23 4.20 7.17 8.53 5.20 ' Fmfmntallnv 13.B5. GaslndustFd 11.21 GenCaptlal 11.21 GenlnvesTr GroupSec: Auto I l U M ^ I A l ,T.^ FlaMutFd FrankCsCmSr doPfSer Metall 17 _. _ ^ ... 22 Plttston Co 25 Plym Oil 22 'olarold 126 Poor 4 Co 9 Potom E Pw 7 Proct · G 8 Pub S Colo 3 PS J5*G 19 do pf 1 Pub Sv Ind 0 ^S In pf .10 .'ubllck Ind 4 f-ugSd PAL 8 Pullman 3 Pure Oil 144 tiuak oals 7 Quak SfOll 1 30%. 37%-- % 25%-- Y, RCA 102 Ranco - .31 Rayonier 27. Raytheon 153 Reading Co 4 do l pt 2 Reed 31 Bit 2 Rellan El 2 R«pub Av 10 Repub Plct 22 Repub Stl 87 Revert C . 10 . 5.73 11.96 22.54 15.13 9.00 7.75 9:39 13.94 9.36 10.19 6.88 KeystoneFdCn 9.60 KnlckrbokrFd 5.45 . 24.59 16.51 ag. B- 10-- INDEPENDENT .'*· 1Mt 30-Industrials 20 Rails ..' 15 Utilities .. 65 Stocks-v... .';' 'NEW YORK -CAP)--An expression of 'confidence ay President Eisenhower 'that the. economic .downtrend s about over ; was- followed by a. stock market: decline Wednesday, .the.sixth in a--row. The market was only slight- y lowetf before the Eisenhower taterherit -and.a- recovery flut- efed-'some stocks to :the : upside,' ippiirently ^in · anticipation- of lis-statement: Upon publication if \ the., statement, .however, tocks declined' sharply. -'.'..- .'· In the iinal hour, ;aTecoyery movement pafed : inariy Josses and resulted in-.a number of new gains: The process was still under way at the close. Wall Street sources said that ie. professional e 1 e rn e n t in Tading circles'was disappointed 2isenhower brought fortft. no new,, dramatic move to lick the recession. It was noted that his optimism is not. matched by /iews of some well-known economists and ,that,i meanwhile, ndustrial and business news remains -poor. --" * ' * BECAUSE o£ Lincoln's birthday many financial institutions were closed and stock trading was.conducted under semi-holiday conditions. Only 1,107 issues were traded,' making .Wednesday's .the narrowest market since last Oct. 3. Turnover amounted to 2,030,000 shares compared w i t h 2,110,000 Tuesday. Thanks to the substantial :ate recovery, the overall loss was the smallest of the' week. The 'Associated' -Press average of 60 stocks dipped 50. cents', to 5159.50 with" .the industrials down 60 cents, "the rails down 50 cents -and the utilities off 10 cents: and. 291 rose. New T highs for 1957-58 totaled 14 and new lows 13;. ' " · · ·' ROYAL. DUTCH again head- ed'' the .'list, «'.;.% at 38%' on 64,000 shares. Second was Rexall, 'up 'l-'at : 11' 'on 32,900 DOW-JONES AVERAGES (Furnished by E. F, Button Co.) WEDNESDAY ' . Close Change '57-'58High '57-'58Low ' 441.21 . 105.38 . 71.64 ', 154.40 --1.14 --1.05, --.48 _ .73 . 520.77 157.67 74.61' 179.87 : 419.79 . 95.96 .62.10 142.49 STAlVDARD POOR INDEX NEW" YORK £")·--Standard arid Poor's 500 stock Index:. ~ -' High . Low · Close- Change 425 Industrials-.'..'...-.... 43.89 ' · 43:28 43.66 24 Railroads 50 Utilities , 500 Stocks ... 22.89 '.34.02 41.14 22.37 33.73 "40.58" 22.68 33.88 40.93 --.18 --.18 --.19 --.18 shares.'Third was.Schering,'up 1%,-at 37% on-30,700 shares.. . Rexall and Schering headed a parade of gainers in the drug group which has been inspired by. - some. excellent earnings reports. · Parke, Davis s u r g e d ahead for the.second day, gaining 1% as 10th 'most' active stock. Pfizer rose- 1%"" and Merck,%. . · Tobaccos ' and. other "defensive'.', issues also'did well. Lorillard was actively traded and' up :; %, American Telephone added % . ' ' ' * » -* * DtT PONT was off close ,to 3 at -one phase and closed with American Slock Exchange Wednesday's Closing Prices- By Associated Press Sales in 100s Last Allied: Con- ;· 2 36J4 Am Electron. · 3 13% 'Am Marac 18 6% Am Petrof A- -..34 1114 Anacon Ld · · . 28 ft Ang Lau A 11 - 6Vi. Ark J~ Oil- : 17 31% Ark La Gas 32 27 Armst Rub A 3 13% All Cst'L Co 2 2814 Atlas .Cp.wt 17 3 Atlas 'Plyw' . 3 6Vi a net loss of Both oils 'and chemicals were hit hard early in the. day, but their final prices were not too bad. Gulf Oil lost %, Union Carbide %, Amerada % and Texas Co..%. Motion, pictures and radio- televisions . advanced. Zenith added 2% and Paramount %. Goodyear lost . 1, . Goodrich l%,.Kennecott 1. American S t o c k Exchange prices declined on volume, of 510,000 shares compared with 610,000 Tuesday. Losers included British Petroleum, AP, Todd Shipyards, Pacific Petroleum,' L o u i s i a n a Land and A total of 580stocks declined!Creole 'Petroleum. Pacific Coast Exchange By the Associated rn - · l l l K h -JUJW- Lhbott Lab 300 ' 47% 4754 Aeco 2100 100 07 Mlled Chra 100 76Vi 78Vi~ Mum Ltd 100 28 S 2«S Mn Air 200 17 18*. 16%i «jn Can . 200 Un Cmt pf 100 UnRadStd 100 m Vise 200 naconds, 100 ksh Oil 100 \tchlson COO Atlas 100 iankllneoll 100 , Bandini 100 BrnhartM 1000 Beth Stl 1100 Bishop Oil 300 Blair Hold 3400 JolsaChlca 2400 Jond Strs 100. BorcWarner 100 tdwy Hale . 200 - · ;etF6pf 100 i Cem 100 Cal Ink 100 Cap Airlln 200 Cater Tract 100 ShanceVRt 100 100 ColBdcstA 1000 Col Gs 1400 ConsEdNY 100 Cont Can 100 CrestmntOll 300 CrownZell pf -20 Curtis Puh 100 curtlsswr CyprssAB 1 23*1. 23%-- ^ GenMotrs 1300 Gen Paint 300 Gen Pub Ut 100 Gen Tire 100 Glad Prod 100 : Goodyear 100 Grade 100 Gr Lak Oil 400 Greyhound 100 HanckOllA 1SOO Hilton Hot 200 Hoffman El 200 'Holly Dev 200 ·Holly Oil 100 : Homestake 100 ·Idaho Md 3300 Ideal Cmt 100 ~.nt Harv 100 Int TftT 200 JntexOIl- 200 'JadeOII 500 johnsManv 200 300 3ecca Rec Jeere. DlgiorgB do pf DlsneyProd 400 DomlngOil -200 Doug Alrc 100 DupontDen 200 Elec Bond 200 ElPasoNG 500 Emers Rad 100 Erie RK 100 Farno Oil 1300 Fly Tiger 300 Food Mach 100 ford Mot 100 ForemDair.1000 Frueh Tra '18JJ 16Ji-- Vi $ S!*+Hi gS gS±$ 2fii4 20^-- U 16\ ISft.+_-S 98% as§_: 10 10 -- '.4 .. 24% 24«-- * 200 130- 130 130 --5 100 14 K 14% 1454 100 29% 29'A 29'i 200 10-Tl. 16% 18%....... 10 75 74 74 --1 -" -- 16% 16K- 41* 41^ + 61 180 28 2W. 2SK 28%-- Ii 7«. 6 A 7* 50% 39 "A 15% 12 Cl'i-t- : 4 180V4--1% -- « 50% 39'i 15% ' Gen Contrls 100 Gen Dynam. 100 Gen Explor Gen 1'oods 400 100 Grain Market CHICAGO *l -- Steady and fairly heavy liquidation drove srala futures SoCalEd 100 432p 10.68 Mutua'lShars MutualTnist Natlon-WSec Natllnvest NatSecSer: Balan Bond B.oO a.aa Dlv. 3.19 3.43 PrefStk 7.25 7.92 StS3f* - 6'°9 7'.?2 Growth 5:37 S.82 NewEntFd 19.05 20.59 NYCwCan .'27.50 28.50 NCKShares 8.20 ^ 8.96 peoplesSecur 11.30 12.38 PhllaFd 7.54 8.24 FineStFd 10.59 13.74 PlonecrFd 12.82 13.93 Prlce.TRGrOi 28.28 2S.57 PurltanFd 5.63 6.09 PutnaroGFd 11.21 12.18 P'j*GthFd ' 10.27 ,11.16 Science-NucF 10.03 10.08 IcudrFdCn 37.37 40.12 doStEClark.32.36 32.36 .ScShar 2 ?'41 lioS Iharehinfrsx" 9^0 lO^S En-.lth,EdBFd 12.10 13.26 soybeans leading the break ."""ame out " ^J"^ 1 ; ^S'P"' 32S Shown "by'the government to j 6 ^TM^" c'ould'not"balance'uie effect of the loan report. ; Janan bouKht more than a million b u s n ^ o f w U o v e r ^ I ^ a ^ Y u ^ . owestlnvest Soverelgnlnv . StelnRiFFd LextngtonTr doVent · JlanagFund; 10.18 8.60 4.32 1.94 3.14 2.33 10.97 10.87 28.24, ·Fd", 9.95 TelevElectFd 10.07 TexasFund · 7.44 -nltAccumFd 9:29 doContFund. 6.15 doIncomeFd 8,80 doScienceFd 9.13 doCanada 13.21 ValueLlneFd 5.30 .doIncomeFd 4.41 doSplSIt 2.25 WallSUnvest- 6.05 WashMutlnv 7.49 WcllingtonFd 11.83 WhltehallFd 11.09 WisconslnFd . 11.B9 11.91 2S.24 15^2 UnrtAMumFi^ Il.'l2 7:51 10.39 5.97 11.13 9.40 4.76 ized 34 K-- V4 30% 30% 30%+ ._ 30!4 30Vi 30Vi-- V* 7% 7!4 7'A-- % 4f, 46 46 --2 ??'/... 3!» 37% + % Br Am Oil Brown Co . Sunk . Hill Burma M. .. 52 Burry. Bli - 3 CC Tclev ' -t Calif -Ed-. ' 8 Cal -El .Pw 33 Camp Chlb 17 Can So Pet. 32 Cdn Atl Oil 55 Cdn Marc 11 Causo Nat Case 14 Canso Oil. PC 5 Carnation' 2 Catalln ' 1 Coast C OIU ' 31 Connelly Cont 3 Con Mng ' 3 Cor. 1 Royal 19 Cook Ptv Cornue Gil . Coro · Inc Creole Pet Crow Coll Crown C Pet Crown Drug. Cub Am Oil Cub Atl Su« . Cub Ven Oil Det Gray I Devon P Oils Dom Stl i C · Dorr, Ollv Drill ft Eipl DuMont Las Duraloy . 10 »i cer le . Duval Sul Dynam Am J% · i U 1ft 3% Sales la 100s HI :BondtS 29 Equity Co 44 Eureka Cp ' 3S Kactor.--.Max A 2 Falrch Cam 32 FarfiO Oils 128 Fly TlK«r 4 Ford Can A 1.00 Ford Ltd 3 Fuller, GA 2 Gen PlywooOd 11 Slant Yel 9 Glen Aid 2 Soldfleid 4 Gt AAtP. 6.00 G f L a k OiQ GtW Fin Hav Lltho · . Hazel BIsh Hazeltlne Hecla .M Hollini Humbl- Unp Oil Ins · N Ara Int Petrol inves Roy Irving Air Jupiter Oils Kaiser led ' Kldde Kirk Miner Klein D Str ' Kropp F, · Lake Sh La Land McDon'' Alrc McKee Mead · John Mcnasco Mesatl Irlon Mid Et Pet- Min Can Molybden Nat Eell H Nat Pet Nat'. Un Elec · NEnt; TT. n .NH Clock " K Idrla M N" J Zinc N Mex '4 Ar · New Pk ilnu No Cdn- Oils Noeast Alrl Oceanic Oil Okalta. Oils . Pac. Pet .Ltd... -Sales -In 100s Pancoast Pet 33 Pantep · Oil 3 Pioneer G Polaris , Press Met Am 54 Rath' Pack 1.50 Raym Cone 4 Rem Arms ' 2 Rio Gr VG 2 Roosevelt- F l Royal Oil ., 3 Ryan Aero 2 RyerHay ·' " l St LawrCp · ' 1 Sapph Pet 31 14.' 41V« 10V4- IS "3% . 3.60 131% :o£ 20 . . 49 18% 12- appt cum Scullln Stl 14 Shat Denn.- . .95' Sherw Wm , '. 3 Signal Oil A ' 16 Singer . Mf .- 3.1 Skiatron · . 47 Sonotone ··, 4 So Pen 01! · 4 Std Oil- Ky 6 Std Shrs 2 Std Thorn ,2 Starrett CD · 3 Sterl Free 17 Sup Tool 5 Technico B* Thew Shov 2 Thiokol 136 Trans Em 1 Trl Cont wt 64 Uoexcell Ch · 17 Un Alrc Pd 11 Unit Cub Oil . 34 US Foil B 69 23 Utah -Id S , 8 5% Waltham Free 7 iji · Webb A Knapp 27 1 (VmS-'McW , · 13 14 H Woodley Pet ' 2 "41 ii BONDS EostonEd 2is 70 8 93 DUtW-NJ 4S93A 4" 47 ItalPwR iV.3 ct 5 SO Ohio Pw 3»Js 6S 7, 99 ' Peru, 33,97. s . 3 44% SoCalKd 3s 65 10 98 H Unit Dye 6s 73 4 55 Webb Kn 8s 74 4 67 STOCK SAKES Total today 510,000 shares " ' 758;i30 share» BOND' ToUL today ^ -- 170,000 Year .a..go _________ 55.000 Butter and Eggs LOS ANGELES,. FEB. 1» BUTTEB F 67|l71 . 67IS69 6£ · EGOS - · Wholesale prices--Sales between local dealers, cases Included. Minimum 40%. Medium Small , Grade AA-- Livestock CHICAGO .. CHICAGO . UP)--Butcher hois ' prices Wednesday were steady to. 25 cents ower with a poor..shipping demand and the decline mostly on weights under 240 OS. No. 1 grades of 200-220 pounders brought the top of S21 but there wer« several lots of 1-2 grades upward from 520.75. The heavier weights of 2s and 35 %fo'36',i Price to retail ««£» . 50054% Medium Large Grid* AA "~""~~""~ Medium Small . 37%@39?4 32%@34^ Crude B - '. 36Vi®38!s To consumers In cartons-Large Medium Small ESS**' --SSS BIS? ass LIVE POULTM (Buylni prices «t ranch) Fryers , Caponettes Turkeys: young hens . Young toms _ ,- ..'....-.1815119 fDellverlen In t. AJ Hera, light type all weights -- 11 Hens, cross __J13 13015 MatsonNav 100 Merck · 100 MerrlttChap 100 MlssionOev 400 MontWard 100 MlDlabio '100 NatAutoFIb 100 Newldrla. 900 ·NordnCrp .1900 IOAmAvla 700 NorthPac 100 .. ·OccdntPct 1200 195 OceanlcOIl .300- 2 PacCem 200 12; PacClay 100 ,24 PacGasiEl 400 51 do 6pfd 200 32 do SVlpfd 100 29 Paclndust 800 4 12% - . 1 60.000;" eggs, Sl A +""3, 1238,000. 42*+ % Receipts: "Butter. 296,000: cheese, . A iTi . v - _ . *n T r t n . Ar*MU*A nf,\\ t rv 10,MO; .dressed poultry, . 29% il-- t't Dividends 2.| % 24 Vi-- Ch^Rk'frnR Mar. 31-Mar. 10 .40 Hammond Organ Mar, 10-Feb. 25 .65 , ?Sla?I ~:^ar?V-^n-. 2 18 S * I StO"k^ i \ Mellon HI Bk _.Mar. 10-Feb. 17 ' 29S do 4 S .7 Pfd 10 107% 107« 107W-1 'acPet 200 18g 18'A ISg- Mutual T KC -..Mar. 10-Feb.ia;4 Quarterly-- , ··,- .' Basic, Inc Mar. Sl-ilarl'iz 3eech-Nut Lite....Mar. -20-J 60 123 100 03 ' 200 40 --- 37H 30-1S 15% 24 18% 42 15 Vi 29% 200 100 200 300 200 300 1500 300 1100 JOO 100 100 200 100 100 301( SDiegoGftEl 200 Schering · 500 ScottPap 22% 3745 122%. 122%-- 30*-- V. 1S%+ ·« ^- I 29« + l4 U"t 1 12%-- '-A 24 ft-- % 38»-- % 25 .......... 11% 2G%-- * 30%-- =4 22%-- Ii 37-T{-H'/4 ,, _ 55%--2 18% lSd-- VI 26i»4 26% 13% 1314-- ii 32 3Sli--1 17* 17%-- W 51« 51%--'% 22% 22%+ .Vi Broad St. Trust ...Mar. 17-Mar. 3 Canada Dry -April 1-Mar. 14 Claussner «sy --Feb. 2S-Feb.21 Drewrys. Ltd Mar. 10-Feb^26 DoJe'r cSr'p JlVrMar/lS-Feb. ? ,25 .37% .55 ;25 .15 .40 .75 .25 .30 ,40 D[ilry"~A""jl'ar.' fs'-Maf: 4 .10 do B 1 Mar. 18-Mar. 4 .01 G. Hllemn""Brew Mar. 14-Feb. 26 .25 Hollv EUffar May 1-Mar. 31 .30 fiammSnJ Organ Mar. 10-Feb. 25 .35 Intl Pacer Mar.,17-Feb..21- ..5 Kahn. E * Sons Mar 1-Feb. 20 ,25 Dictaphone Ferro Corp Gold - . Mellon Nl , Philip Carey 49V4 26% 36 %· 44 Vi ·)9 38 + · 44%-- : 49 -; Ijavia w»3 iiuuiui.,..-" . T^IT: bushels atartlng ahout Feb. . At the close, wheat was 1 cent to 1% cents a bushel lower, March «·"»- rorn ^-1% lower. March Jl.03%- JafuS T«'.? 7 offlc. of the Coin^ Credit Corp. reported It .has million . bushels of gram sorghums. 400.000 bushels of No 3,yeilow c o r n , a n d 10,000 bushels of No. 3 red oats. . Range: WHEAT-- · · Open Mar. 2.1G. May 2.107. July -- 1.87V TransAmer Treesweet TrlCont TrIContWts ·wentCent 100 200 400 100 300 100 200 1 .nionElec 100 UnOllCol 400 UnPlc ' 500 UnltCubnOll 300 UnltGasCp 100 JSSteel SOO - - - 200 JnCarblde 24%- 2 4 % ' 90« 00% 29% 2954 42% 42 · 2 6 % . 26 =4' ;§,? 55% 55% 39% 39% loo Ml '"22% 400 11% 11% ·Willlston 1000. 12 12 Shares 116,764. Sept '. Dec -CORN-- ;._ l.OOVI -1.95V; 2.11 1.87* 1.90% 1.95% Ixiw 2.13H 2.09% 1.85% l.SSS 1.94 10.10 8 72 Mar. 9.35iMay . 1.08% . 1.13% Dec. l.« X OATS-- 64% .... .624' . 9.!)S|Jtlly 2.46 7.27 8.19 12.90 11.99 5.04 May July . Cotton Market i NEW TOEK (AP)-- Cotton future! were Irregular Wednesday. Now crop, months estaW shtd new raffig' A Ttm.° ! %l was" .SmuFated by the higher .IOM on Jie-1958 cotton crop and - t h e K"""TM mT-vlrtlon that there -would be no bowl in thi pre.ent allotted acreage tor 1B5S. Depressed condition* 'in the cotton ·vtn» induitrv and w detnana iar Products, ' year, »4.20 vs. **Union Tank Car. year. J2.64 vs. 12.10. Farke Davis, year. 15.67' vs. J3.59. Algoma Steel, year,. »2.19 vs. J2.76. BaTtlmore Ohio Railroad, year, »24,- 3 i,-SpU*-3 t3 rno 038 io»'of J72.000 vs. 1 ° S F.»ner $ B£h°.r,, year, .2.38 « ,. .1.87. through mill covering. pre b vims 0 clos'e. °Mmrcri 34.87, May . ind July. 35.23. Futures 'closed'15 cents lower a bale to 51.35 higher than the previous Close Ch*. May- July High ... 35.05 '33.28 35.37 35.31 ... 35.21 _.. 35.32 35.30 ... 31.75 Low 31.83 35.05 35.20 35.20 35.10 35.20 35.15 31.50 Mld'dinj-'ipot 35.90n off S. 34,99 -- 3 35.23 35.37 35.25 . _ 35.19 + 7 35.32 +12 35.25 + 8 31,71 +27 Earning Plymouth All. year, »2.40 T1..J3.22. Suoditrand Machine Tool, year, *2.34 Sept 2.1744 NOV _ 2.14% LARD-Mar. 11.72 May .....11.75 July 11.80 Sept Oct. , Genera] Fireprooilng, 17 13 . . . year. *6.04 vs. General Portland Cement, year, 13.36 TS Nac*nman. 6 mo:,'73 cents vs."»1.07. New York. -Slew Haven * Hartford Railroad, year, net loss 12,363,i02 v net Income of 1261,704. Powell River, year, 11.85 y.. K:M. Ralston'Purina. 3 mo., 84 cents vs. 1.16% 1.15 1.12%. 1,11% .84% .6454 .527. .62 .59 .58% -.00 .59*. 1.08% 1.121.15 1.15 1.11% .84% .62 .58% .59% TM 1.21 r iiil 1.26% 1.21 1.12 Vi 11.77 11.80 11.80 1.24% 1.19 '4 1.10% 1.13ft 2.20Vi' 2.20S 2.23% 2.24 2.25% 2.25% 2.1! VI 2.1!* 2.13 2.13 11.67 11.67 11.70 11.72 11J5 CASH GHAUT . . · CHICAGO CfPl-- No wheat.' Corn. No. 2 yellow 1.15-1S!*: No. 3 yellow 1.10J4- 12%: No. 4 yellow -l.oo'/j-iovi; No. grade extra . . 5 yellow 1.021/4-06%; lample yellow 98-9916; oats · No. .1 heavy white 7Q; no soybeans. ^Soybean oil: 11%-tt- . Soybean meal ''Barley 'malting choice: 1.20-1.26 Feed: 84-1.06. Treasury Report (V7ASHINGTON UPl-- Th. cash posl tlon of the Treasury' compared, with "VaV-'j.'.MeDennott, 12.34. 9 ' mp., I1.S3 YafTan" Associates, .3 mo., 12'cents. V *Vlctor Equipment, year. J3 vs. 12.79. correipondlnr dat' i :year ano:. Teh. $ 1958 f . .Tel). 7, 195" 12,644 B91,514.4-i . .J2,595.533^568.39 , · Deposits fls'ea- year July 1 -, · ;J41,618,rt9.759.3~. · J31,;3JU.(Ill,q9J.87 i ..Withdrawals llscal year · :S49.S6fiS76,808.5G $416,301,314,208.23 . aa Crystal Sugar, «-- Vi !ft=55 .05 , . .. Mar. 3-Feb. 21 Mar. 24-Mer. 7 10-Febi 17 1.00 !b 20 .30 D. 27 .25 r. 15 .50 r. 10 .50 .:i.liiar. 13-Feb. 28 .40 rnillp oniev ..^.wi».. ^ w - - . - . - ; · -^ 71 , Pitts Mtlurjlcal Mar. 14-Mar. 3 .37VS Purity Stores _....Mar. 21-Mar. 7 .10 Pj.th Packins Mar. 10-FeJ- |0 .35 StaleyMfg A E Mar. 5-Feb 21 .2j serlpto. Inc A. ....Mar. 10-Mar. 1 .1-V4 United Board Mar. 10-Feb. 2. .25 Va Railway--Mar. 14 .reb, 28 .50 Citrus Market 1.03 ANGELES (AP)--The Federa' Stite MarXet 'News SenUce reported Weilnesdiy. grapefruit steady, prices unchanged; lemons -dull, prices unchanged- 0r OriS*«? U - Prices- unchanged except SrA"uftar\'"cailfo«V! V to 3.7SJ Liiu ;"'"_ ";:,,_ , or. i no. j OH-.^n- o^r 1 4.25; 113s 4.25-50: a^dii .-_ 4.00; valencias *'Vinklat Growers -Inc. reported al' oranges In all markets "were aooul iteadv. Representative Prices by size Sunklst. first grade--56s' 4.10-. 72s 4 24; SSs 4.39; 113s 5.12; 1383 5.30 1638 4.65. ATTRACT ATTENTION to ; with.a "Wanted" ad T-; Call HE 2-5959 , . 35 ranged $10.50-520.50. There were few lots of 330-375 :bs sows at S13.25-$1S.75 and mixed ;ra'de heavier offerings at $17.25-$18 with the market steady. Slaughter steer "prices "hit a top or 4.25' today; the highest in almost three years. It was paid -for -five *loads of hlgb prime 1.200-1,350 Ib. steers, but there were other load lots at J33.75 and up .The marekt was mostly 50-75 cents .higher on high -choice and prijne grades, and steady to 50 .cents higher on grades average choice and below. Most of the high choice, and prime offerings moved · at S29-S33-50, 'the good to · average choice ,at »23.50-528.50. Good and choice, vealers brought 927' Slaughter lambs, · at steady to 25 cents higher, sold up to .a top of 525 for choice to · prime 103 . Ib. wooled offerings. Slaughter ewes were steady and . the good to choice wooled kinds sold at S3 50-510 (USDA)--Salable -hogs 7.500: slow early; later trade-fairly active; butchers steady. to 25 lower; 2-3 1SO-230 Ib. butchers 20.50-20.75; 2-3 240-270 Ibs. 20.00-20.50; mixed grad« 425-550 ..Ib. sows 17.25-18.00., ' Salable cattle 14,000; calves 100; high choice, and prime steers active; 50 to 75 higher; heifers fairly active; steady to 50 higher; average to high prime 1,200-1,350 Ib, steers 33.75-34.25; top 34.25 fo; 5 loads highest In-, nearly 3 years; most high choice and prime 29.00-33.50; good to average - choice 23.50-2S.50; high choice and prime 970 Ib. heifers 28.50; -choice 25.00-27:25; standard' and good 19.00-24.00: utility and commercial cows 16.00-18.00; canners and cutters 13.50-HJ.50: utility and commercial bulls 19.50-21.50; good and choice vealers 27.00-33.00; culls and utility 12,00-20.00. Salable sheep 1,500; slaughter lambs steady to 25 higher: bulk choice 110 Ibs and down 24.50-24.75; good to low choice 22.50-23.50; cull and -utility 17.00-22:00; good and choice wooled slaughter ewej s.50-10.00; cull and utility 7.00-8.50. LOS ANGEtES LOS ANGELES UP-- (FSM T ) Cattle 700; all slaughter classes fairly active; steers and heifers · steady, latter In very limited supply: cows strong; other clauses scarce,, little change: choice 1050-1100 Ib steers 26.50: 1175 Ib out of same lot 26.00: high good and mostly low choice Canadian steers 1100-1205 Ib 25.50-20.00; pood rangy type steers 2-!.75: good heifers 21.00-21.25 utility cows lff.75-18.50; canners snd cutters 13.00-17.00: couple head utility holsteln bulls 10.00-22.00; short load fleshy around 850 Ib steers of good quality 24 00 ' ' Calves 40: supply hardly sufficient for market test; few standard -and good calves steady at 22.00 to 26.50. · Hogs 150: trade not established on small supply; asking higher. Sheep none. Staple Price Trend NEW YORK UP)--The Associated ress weighted wholesale price Index of _ 3 commoillties Wednesday advanced to 17 p'revlou.i day 172.57, week 170.93, month ago 168.99, year ' 1957-53 1S56 1955 ..184.77 186.01 177.14 LOW .7I.108.25 1 173.79 168.25 11926 average enuals 100). High ago ago 1954 , 175.49 168.56 Hay Prices LOS ANGELES 0 1 iitj-44.00-36.00.-Cir- ioTiVrwil's: l' terley, 4 corn, 6 milo, $10,000 T savings A N N U A L R A T E ACCOUNTS OPINtD ky th«10rh«r AHY MONTH EARN f r . K till tit. S.ivc more nnd c.irn more w.rh fhc ¥,,·.! Fcdrril * h r f O c o c h Dyings account is msurrd to S10.000 by t»K Fcdcr,il Savings .ind Lo.m I n s u r a n c e Corpor.itipn .in inmumenfaliry of ihc Umtcd St-ifos Covernmcnr. FEDERAL (1st) SAVINGS 0,1" Until « P.M. FtiJty kViiVM J · AST FIRST ST. irrwuN UNI AND LOCUIT f H O N I Hlmtodr 7-1211 135 E. OCEAN AVE. At Ow.lUK Inrruiu F R E E P A R K I N G EARNIKOS PAID 4 TIMIJ A YIAR

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