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f .lCf MM K I I:K Srrtlnn A ASHEVTLLE CITIZEN-TIMES, ASHEVILLE. N. C. SUNDAY. JUNE 17. 1945 SATURDAY STOCK TRADE HEAVIEST KTOC K AVKRAf iFS Compiled By lh Aoc.aled frea) 30 15 15 Ind IN THREE YEARS New Eitfht-Year-Peak Is Again Recorded By Exchange Net rhg. flmurdav I'icv. day Wrrk hko Month ago Year ngo irn.s high l:4. lw 1 1144 tllKh 1!H4 low 87 3 87 . flV.O 87.0 7fi 9 88 J 7B.8 79. a fly 1 Railil .7 41 8il 45 B 4.1.1 45.7 42 0 45 1 40.1 44.3 lift. 8 37. 2 43.1 458 .12 9 :i 2 34.3 39 3 22. 35 1 U til Stocks 1 NFW YOHK. .Tunc Ifi. -.'- Kail stork.s weir y'lnn. induMrliil- l.'?i-t.:nt Hiifi utilitir, .static txt;iv hut the mar jit". finihcl a eiirral!v sur-r?.s-.lui wtt'k by touch iiii; a new 8-car pc alt in the liveliest Sat in day n.'-Mfin in better limn thro ycai-. Dealing (jUirkenici alter ihv open-iiij: with miners all uver the ticker taye. Gains i Iractnm.s tt 2 poinus : ilird Mill or o w. ie plentiful at the ('1m- al- A.hcd sits though Iohts were mimerou.v 'Iran.",- Aiiis en Mie J r.s of 1.1 00,0(K) shin es wore t htt h 43.8. 66 9 new 1943 highs. WII4.T STOCKS IHII (By Ihf Associated l'rro Sal. Advinm . le lines ;,H t m hancrri -fit liilal iur. Ml', NP.W YollK. June It. iV. Ki ' tribulation of trn oh iiic the iinsi i n e N'W York .S'oik Krli..nue A Hairs lids i lli.'h L- Air Rrd'ic n n 1 ' , Alu-lc. Juiw riu 7 7 1 j 7 . AlNhanv C'oi.j .ifi 3 l' Alien I.ix' Stl 2 1J ' 12 ' AI Cii m Ac (Jve es.sh fid 8 0 63.3 55 3 fa 'J 37 8 38,3 49.5 WHY YOU HAVE TO SAVE TIN CANS Wc ( Tm Import. H40 124,110 lM ! I I Jp Hindi i ranrt 2 r-nv I 31 'lob Ariumi: At Co A-.sd In v (iood A fell T At S r Ftciinfiig Am Airtlfif Lft. 27, 1M1. They compared with Am Cur A: Fdv 4 tibO.noo a wci'k a to. lA,n l"of ''"'v 30 The .Wu-iaieci press (JO-Mock com- Am p' P a f posite wa.s up .1 ol a point at 6U.9. iAJJ Ji"1 s V, nnuthtr top hi nee- Autj. 25, V.)M. On Am Knii Mill i the penk It naliutl .U. 1 lie rail Am SmHi A: iKiromcter today advanced .7, aio Am jst J Fri to u new hih. and lor the week v.ns up 18 points. The market wits hroad. H15 ishiies appeariin;. Oi 1 Am Wat tlioM. 32a were uj). 27B uown find 214 Aimroiid, unchanged. Anled uy rehniintlii phnus. M-K-T prclcrre'd jumped 6 1-2 and the common 2 1-H Ahead were Atlantic , Coait Line. Northern Pari lie. Circa t A Northoin, N. Y. central, Illinoi. f n- A' 1 1 nl. Am- nran Telephnne, Weu m 1 nion "A." H;t dm Corp . .Standard n Oil ( N, J I. Montgomery WmkI. I n:-Aiirialt and tiperry. L risers includf d Cht .!ei.--. St ar.-Roobuck, F.oeini;, Kennecot t. A met l-ran Can, KnMni;ni Kodak. VVo.Anith find J. 1 Ca.se. Major steels did imih-inir Il.illway bond.s puhed up .-eer- tivelv. At. Chicay.i wheat w.is up fl.n" w;. 7-8 df n rent in 1 1-2 rrnt n hash-c;. Cotton HM 20 to 40 ' cnu a ha! p. In the curb Pcpperell climboil 8 pnmU to 2(!0. Imprwvrd weic lex- Tion. American Cias and Uayion Hub- ( ,.;)ri'nr br. Tinnoir heie was aio.000 (, r Cn tliarcs vei'M:.s 22U,ihju ia.-t. .aiuifii. i ,ornm Tr Alter a moderate .stumble Monday, due partly to revival o. rccon-vnVkin appiohension. leanings were torward m ta(,h succeeding .scsaion. 31 ;ift'( ...-.t (.UK -4l2J-j-- "I ' ' t II -?M n.y. stock quotations CCC 1945 BUYING Cards Hit Hard To Tod Pirates. 13-10 ni mip nrnnrpp . . 1 : i rLiiliid unrnLaa COTTON FUTURES Bucs Hold Lead 1 When Bums Lose I Game To Braves 87 1 48'4. ', I iHd&.i High Mid Cont Pet 8 2fl ' Mo Kan Texa 314 11' Montirom Ward 8 J' Murrav Corp 4 li..!t nil Ir Wk II A:ic i.dix Anal OIhk Kuov Huriiiif Airuiitne irdin fo t:iidl M(u Hint AKI f ?ri Indiif: eltince Cum f'eri Or p . Cii'. A; (Jtnri f'lirvsirr Com fori, r-ol:, (otkfiitr Palm P I "in in A' El 4 i Coml Credit Coml Solvemx Coniulih Hdn i A' "m m nil .v ami 2ff iroyarroc con F.disim i flYVJ UtVO Cum Vultee fom V-ilt.e f Cont Bak 2d Cont Cm a Net ,( Moion ! Oneii llich Tow CIne fMa : ( ntit Oil !)r - .lfi7.il 1.7 Trt lfiT 2fi 167 -4 0 In (;rn products i t nz fn in Nii:i m m uji crane C 8 12 18 .12 32 Cninhle Steel 0 13 - Cubun Am H ib.i r .s Curtis F'Nhli.-he 3? Curti.ss WnchL t 1 4U'V 4!' 14 .i3 ' v J 3 4 171 1 171 3 80 'a Hfl: 4 ,1' Sfl -'! 13 a l.V M J4 1 34 112 9: !' 4 2', 241' l.i r8 !7 f) 7,S' i 74' It 17', 17 8.1 !i 8 B S'l .i7. .) 3 22 J .'1 21' I 'f ir. im I '.3 34' 5 :i ' , 2(1 ' li 7!.' 79' l.S', 1.,' 16 '-!'. 25' 1 .13 3H' 4.". 42- 2 2T 21' II 44" . 44' 31 13', 14' 11 17 Hi' c 2 .13 .13' 209 !7' 17' 1 42',, 42 2 7 67 I 4'4 49' n 4 ;ir 28 .i2'B 52' 8 114', 114' 1 1.12 132 1 33 J5 131, 27' Nah Kelvinator Nal Biscuit Nat Can Nat Canh Iteff Nat Dmrv Prod Nat Distillers Nat f i riMJm Nat lead Ntt Pow & Lt 41 11 Nufl &rr 24 18 N.it S'lDDlv 2H 1(13 Nrwnnrt Ind'r-' 4 26 N Y Central Ft R 2iy la N Y CtllAS'L lI 2 148 S Y Klinibmlriina 1 2fi' No Am Aviai ion 17 11 Nmth Amei Co 21 23 Noithern Panlic 4f 12 O Oh n Oil 10 1 Owens II. i!ai 1 7 P Pur flits A; Ec 2 3' Par Tin Cons 7 7 P-c-kard Moinr 44 Pan Am Airw-vs 3t 22 23 ' 15-'. Net Last Chg. 15 35:-!- .12 41'j 17', 27' b ll'a 17 ! 1 105 20'- 20j Final Prices 20 To 40 Cents Per Bale j Lower NEW YOHK, June 18. '-')- Nows that commodity credit corporation will start buying 1945 crop cotton at 1 a bajie prlc of l-a cent under cur-! rtnt levels m the market at Mem- phis depressed cotton futures today. ' Persistent hedge selling and com- : , mission house liquidation met only j scale down mill buying and short i covering by local, with final prices 20 to 40 cents a bale lower. It was reported that the initial government buying price on the next ! ciop will De 22.15 cents a pound lor j middling 15-16th inch cotton at . Memphis where the market was quot- j ed at 22.65 cents on Friday. Trad- ! ra b'-'Hevtd this price disparity ! would encourage conquerable hedge 1 Belling bv holders of unprotected cotton, private advices reported mill ; buying of spot cotton was small dur- I tng the past week with some increase oi cotton withdrawn from the gov- . ernment loan. Open Hiith Low Close I Jul? 21.03 21.06 22 'J'J 23.00-01 4-5 1 Oci. . . 22 70 22.10 22.70 22 71-747-8 Dec. . 22.68 22 72 22 67 22.69 - Mrh. . .. 22 63 22.63 22 62 22 Bin -g ; Mav 22.56 22 39 22 36 22,38n 7 MidhnK -M"t u2j 45n oil 5. n Nominal NEW OH LEANS COTTON NEW ORLEANS. June 1. Cotton futures clo.Mnz nnres were steay 20 to 40 cents a bale lower. Opm Hmh Low 21 O.ib 22 77 22 77 22 70 22 i7 22 b9 Blues, Black Travelers To Open 4-Game Series Today TPHTR Bft.pmoon at MrCormirlt ftelH will hfl 'Rnfus Hattpn Dav.' Hat- Cards Hop On Five Pittsburgh' 1 ten Is the hard-hitting catcher of the Asheville Blues and today is Httrl,. k la I4t T, nis Dirinaay. me niut-s win open a iour-game series loaay wun ine nuncrg rur id niH 10 . r,. 4t diq,u Tr.ii. , Even Series i Today's game will get under way P, ..'.Z' . 'at 3:15 o'clock. The two teams will ITTSBURGH. June 16. r a,,0 meet on Monday. Tuesday and Honninn on five Pittsburirh t,. j -i , . nruucfluay iukiila nt o.ju uuutn. NATIONAL LEAGUE 22 74 22 69 22 61 22 51 22.S6B - Dow-Jones ' Itv I nilrtl Press) ', Par am Pic'ure.s 12 3T 31 3t ' 'JpaiK Utah Con 12 21. 2' 7 Parke I)a i J 11 ' .11 ' , .11 . ,,!Patlno Mines 4 20' j 20' j l4 1 Peiinev iJ Ci 1 U8U 118' j llS'j I Penn Cent Airl 8 .11 ' 10', 301, 1 la Pentl R R 24 3', 39 , Pelts l Cola 68 2.1 22' 22 14 ' ' Peirol Corn 1 3'a 9'n !' )- ' Plit-llis Dodce 28 28'v ?8' . 28'j 'if Phlla Flcr 1 1 2fi' 23tii 26 I'lillro Corn 11 .17 ' 17 ' 17 S i- ' Plllllins Pet 1 sn'j Sfl'j 50'j - ' Pre.-sed St I rir 6 Ifl1. W t l!ilv t Procter At Cam .1 fins 6(1 60'4 Pun flvr N J 2t 24 Wt 24 Puilmaii 3l' 31 3.1 j Pure Oil l.i lg11, 19'.. 19'i 21 64 30 Ctllv . 12 4 3 Slocks . 64 4 66 64 26 Net Bonds Close Clin 40 llnnds 113 78 0 07 10 Isi Rails 1 13 78 - 0 07 10 2nd Raila . . 99 93 .-0 07 10 t'tils 108 78 - 0 04 10 Inds, .106 90-0 n Transact ions m stocks med In aver cos todav: InduMrlals 24.000 raiLn 161. 90: Utilities 43,200; total 2J0.890. TRINI OF STAPLE PRICES lrrere Az Co jr, 41 le: At Hudson 8 ., ,lel Lark At W Lit l ' 1'onif Mines 7 23l Pounlas Aircraft 21 "4 91 i Uu Pont de N l l'j 161' 23, 92 166'. NEW YORK. June Ifi.-.The Associated p"'rrn A'r L ' Press weichted wholesale prices index ef 35 commcditlrs Itidav advanced to 109.11. 1943 1944 1941 1942 Hmh 109 23 108 73 107 34 10122 Low . . . JOS. 13 106 03 103. AS 93 54 1926 avernae munis 100. t bL'j!l.WH.'li"i;N.lWW..MI A large part of our work is made up of giving fast service fo our clients in the settlement of claims. We believe that prompt payment is a RIGHT to which the policyholder is entitled. Eastman Kod m Atilo Lite Elec Roat LI Power A- Lt En. Pub Svc Erie R f Kirestoiie T At I 173 54'-. 589 19 F 59 179 fieri Ec Clen Foods Oen Motors Oilletie Sf r (inoririrh Ml p) (ioodveMr T A; Northn Rv Df C.revhoiind Corn Homestake Mm HoiLSton Oil Illinois Central Indu'-t Rayon Inmrai Con Co Interlake Iron Inf Harvester hit Nirk Can Int Paper Ini Tei A: Tel Jones A; L St 1 Kan Citv South loo 2 Kennecott Cop 15 38 Kress 8 H ' 2 42 Kroner Grorerv 1 44 I-ehiRh CAN I Lib O P Olass Libbv McN At L lickhffri Aire Lnew's Inc I-on Bell Lbr A LonHard iP 6 S! 1 IS1 IT, 4- 1 2 62', 6J'4 G 12 44 44'. 44'4 2 4fi 46 46 15 69 ' 60 n, wit. 2 60 60 fid 7 33 .33 .15 1, U 41 3.14 51 31'44- M 26i 2 26 58 29'j 39 to. 4 3.1 4.1 3j H 51' , 3 51 ', - 4 17 S, 17'. IT, I 2 40'. 19', 40 i 1 4'.- 46'.- 4R'j -r- 6 13'. 1.1 Lt 14 I0, Ift'j 0'i 2 RS'. a8'4 88'j 10 334 34 35 4- 7 29'n 29'. 2fl' -20 29J4 2' 29-t- J 14 14 34 . 34'i ItHdto ("oro Am 721 Radio Keith 'lr 147 Iteiniriit Rand 2 fteijiib S'eel 47 Revere Con A: Rr 15 Reynolds Tort B 11 HtchlieJd Oil .1 Uu.stless I S 1 ' Satrn'iT Store 3 214 21 1 . : , aire Arm 16 IP 104 iSrheniev Di.stll Lt 59 59'4 Sears Roebuck 120', 119'j Pervel Inc 3 21 2P Shell Union Oil 5 27' 26'4 ' fnnmons Co 1 374 .17 1 ' i ! Sinclair OH 24 Ifi1 16' ':Soconv Varuum 17 16', l'4 jRon Am G At P 1 4 4S j i sou cal Fdlson l 10'. Southern Parific 51 51 Southern Rv IS 48'4 Southern Rv of 2 flo I Snarks Withinz 45 fl' , a I Srterrv Coro 21 31 Sniecel Inc 19 Ifi'i Stand Oil Cal 2 41 Stand Oil Ind 2 38 ' Stand Oil N J 11 61 Std Stl Snrf .17 13 Stone A; Wrhs'er 11 15 Studebaker Corn 11 27 1 Runrav Oil 5 6 . ' ' Sunshine Mm 3 11 iHwtlt A: Co 2 14'i Texas Co 7 51 51' Tex Pac C A: O rl 2.1 21 Tex Pac L Trust 10 20 191 Thomnson Starr 20 7 7' Tide Wat A Oil 14 19 18 ' Timken R Bear 1 54 54 Transamerlca 20 I1' II' Trans A: We.st Air 4 44 '4 44' Tri Com Corn 118 t 61 Tweni C Fox 16 29' 29' U t'nton Mac A P 9 17 t T Union Carbide 3 90 89' Union Pacific 6 L'0 129' United Air Lmei 14 .19'( .19 United Aircraft 17 29 29' United Com 2P9 21 United Dm 12 20 19 Unit Fruit 1 102 102 United Gas Imo 10 lfi 16' U S C.vnsum I 9P.. 9t U Indus Chem 2 49 49' U S Rubber 11 58 38' U 8 Steel JiilV . - . Oct Dec 2? 73 22 7 Mch. 22 7 22 6 Mai 22 60 22 6 6-Bid. ; HOLD GAINS OR j IKE ADVANCES pitchers for 18 hits, the St. Louis Cardinals defeated the league leading PiraUs 13-10 today to even the series. Thanks to the Braves who defeated the Brooklyn Dodgers in Boston, the Bucs were able to maintain their precarious half game hold on first place. The Pirates knocked Harry Rrecheen out of the box in the first inning with a five run splurge on five hits including a double by Rob Elliot. The Cards came back with four runs in the second, including one cf two home runs by Whitey Ku-rowski, added four more in the third and were never headed after that. Kurowski's second homer came in the eighth. Eldred Byerly finished the gome for the Cards and received credit for the win. Thp Box Scores: St Louis ib rb i Pittsburgh at r h a Rrhoen'dst If 6 i 3 0 Handily. 3b 4 0 1 j " Hoop, rt 5 110 Russell, xxx III) r, C S 1 II 1 O V CT Adim.. ct 5 2 I I) St saver, lb 1 0 0 0 Nhl() HAS ICl -iuro.skl .lb S J 2 O tr.dtlo. If 0 3 10 ilCtlOLll llld i U I Sanders, lb 3 111 Barrett, cf 5 2 3 Rice, c 1110 Elliott, rl 5 frnea r ,110 DahlKren lb 3 Verban. 2b 5 3 j 0 C'oscarart 2b 3 0 0 1 llalten is the big boy with the bat on the Blues, currently pacing the team nith a neat AW average. Dr. J. W. Halt, Asheville Negro physician, will receive gift for Hatten at the park, and will present them to the catcher. Rufus came to the Blues from St. Louis and Is rated one of the best Negro players in the nation. Manager C. L. Moore of the Blues has secured a new third sacker, Herman Taylor, former third baseman of the Greensboro, N. C. Red Wings, and rated one of the best Negro hot corner guardians in the South. Moore is also' expecting several new ball olaycrs to arrive for the game today. Lefty Flemming or Bowman will get the hurling nod for the Blues today. A special section 'ill be reserved for white fans. Polynesian Winner In Preakness Teams W L Pet. Putt-burgh 30 31 .i8 Brooklyn 39 31 580 New York 10 21 558 t. Loula 27 23 .Si0 Chicago 34 22 532 Boston . , 25 24 810 Cincinnati 22 26 43 Phtilad li'hla 12 42 222 AMERICAN LEA..CE Detroit 29 18 617 Now York 27 21 5n:; Boston 35 34 olO 1 mils 24 !4 Vi Chicago ............. 34 2ft 480 Wash in a ton 33 24 47b Cleveland 2t 26 447 Philadelphia 19 38 4u4 B ALTIMORE, June 16. (Pi Poly l x Does not Include Night Game. Marion Brechppn p Bverlv. p Donnelly p Totals lis TO WIN VICTORY CHAMPIONSHIPS Preakness with Hoop, Jr. second and Darby Dieppe third. Setting most of the pace, Polynesian, owned by Mrs. P. A. B. Wldener. finished the mile and three-sixteenths two and one half lengths in front of Hoop, Jr. The Kentucky derby winner was a half length in advance of the fast closing Darby Dieppe with the Doge fourth in the field of nine. With Wayne Wright In the saddle, Polynesian swung into the lead after the first three I sixteenths of a mile, fought off the challenge of the Doge in j the run down the back stretch j and then pulled away in the i final drive as Hoop, Jr. came up from third place to take runner-up honors. Plavot. who went to the post co- choice with Hoop. Jr. landed fifth ESSE AMERICAN LEAGUE Washington 4, Boston 0. Philadelphia 4. New York 3. Detroit 7-6, Chicago 5-1. St. Louis 4. Cleveland 3. NATIONAL L EAGLE Boston 6 Brooklyn ft. St. Louts 13, Pittsburgh 10. New York 7. Philadelphia 3. Only games scheduled). mes NATIONAL LEAGUE Phtlaaeiohia at New York Barrett -8i and Lee 2-5 or Wyatt (0-6, vs. Mungo 6-2' and Feldman i5-41. BrOOlt I vn At Rnstnn f.rcir iB i, atH . . A spot he ran ill lor practically Lombardi t4-2 vs. Cooper it-0. and . !.. ifi iTVx rvon tVia ontlro rnnto , Logan t3-l. UniCAOW, JUWC i. - . s-.s, Chica.n at Cinrlnnall-Wvse ,6-M 4 0 14 Barnhart ss Sill 0 0 1 0 Lope, c 2 110 1 t 2 i SJlkeld. c 1 0 n 0 1 0 9 0 nne p 10 11 R'arr. p 0 1)00 Cticcurullo Colman, Rpscisno D ivaaner. xx ' ' ' V tne 2.WU Unicago victory u"aDie Stepped tne distance Over a Creel M.l. vs. Gerheauser t3-3) and Davis. xx 1006 Rolf championships here June fast track in 1:58 4-5. As an out- Gabies 12-0 ... - .... 1 juiy 1 Wlu oe an acid test, ior mc slder in tne Detting, despite his tri- 42 13 18 10 Totals 4110 15 11 i,ilr, nf ua frtiv-: TTmhrolla ..v,nK r,,. j tv,- v Batted for Cuecurullo In 5th. KTir of TnlHrt t.r;. :1- ' j Detroit at cnicago-Mueiler 12-31 and The third annual tourney which $26. $6.70 and $3.80 across the t'-'- l P 1 J ! S ttit Slammin' Sammy Snead on jn picking up the purse of $66- Prim ,2-3 vs. Heuwer n-i and Dasso 0 0 0 1 me siaeiints wmi j ju, Mrs. wiaeners sun 01 unoreaK- c, , tun, .., a 1 1 1 0 the $20,000 Chicago victory open flble stepped the distance over 00,,,ll l -nrUinc trt -Ilind 2Q- 4T . e 1 1 .CO A A r. Butted for Resciano in 7th. xxx Batted (or Butcher in 9th A 31 ERIC AN LEAGUE i2-2 vs. Haynes i4-5l and Lee Christopher 10-3, ;Ka(y Adjustment 5s Up ! 8 1-2 Points On Plans For Refinancing ROM AVI K f.ES i Com p lieu By The Anrlaieri Press) 30 10 10 10 Ralls Indus I'til Frgn Net rliz. . 0(i u Oil 0 00 0 - 1 Saturday 101.3 104 3 107 6 71 8 Prev. dav . . . lul 3 104 3 107 6 7.1 9 Week ago . . 101 0 104.6 10": fl 71 9 Monih aio .. 100.7 104 8 107 7 717 Year ko ... 90 0 104 3 10fi 7 7 7 1?45 hmh ... 1011 1(15 5 107 8 73 9 l!43 low ... 9fi i 1D4 3 10fi.9 68 1 144 hirh M.5 105 7 107 3 68 8 lf44 low 73 3 104 104 7 .t 3 NEW YORK. June 16. leP.Rail- xxx Baatted for Handiey in 7th. i wiU lure the nation's top profes- board. Hood Daid S3.60 to Dlace and s. Lo"i " " ii !5!!-!n slonals to the Calumet Country : $2.60 to show while a $2 show ticket cnef o-n or HoiimgsWorth 12-31. n'rtnM-,;; Bliou Crnhan00;" 1 clu for a 72-hole showdown in on Darby Dieppe was worth $4.30. ZwM&u j.j 2. Kurowski 3 Bverly s. schopndicn.t. singular in the fact that It is one pietti cs-n. Hodd 3. O'DeR. Vfrban 2. narretr. C(.s- ftf ,v,p npw mnlnr tournaments in - . New York at Philadelphia Be vens '4- rarart. olonlndde, Ad.ms. Two-Das. hits : . . . ., Vclsnn has failed All Vfllt TR All I7DV 21 nd "-0 '' Elllnti. Verban. Thrrr-base hits, verban. ... ----- 1 J JVI 1 MJ iTI LtEjLt Hopp 2 oionfriaao. Home runs, rurow-Ki io raKe in ine winners t-iupa. ? n bails ori "recheen 2 curcur,,,. , N , also-ran last year' lo 2. Bverly 2, But'her 3. Donnelly 2. Birrko,n hv Boe i Resriirno 2 Donnelly when Harold (Jug) Mcbpaden 2. Butcher 2 mts mi Brecheen 5 in 2-3 stroked home the title with a play- A FTI D D I H IT I AID fH'jRuVllS'Ai otf triumph over Lt. Ben Hogan. StWISKlULt LUUt Donnelly l in 2 1-3. Butcher 2 in 2. xne previous year, &am uyra, cop- . ped top swag. ... , A close race has rir.ve!nn,r! In Snead ''1-7 Ihe AAP Softball league at New- Winning pitcher, Sisrr, Byerly. Losing pitcher M J '"'Beacon Mills Beats Canton Nine, 14-1 jo 50 road bonds Knorally held to previ- i ous levels or moved ahead fractionally in light dealings today. Katy adjustment 5s Jumped 8 1-2 ; points to 105 following announce-1 ment that plans fr refinancing are i in proyrrsa. Norfolk & Southern convertible 5 and Peoria Sc aj,t- j ern Income 4s both advanced 5, and j gntn of 2 points each were recorded ! for Seaboard Air Line 4s of '50 ' stamped and Central of Georgia ! 5 l2s. Southern Railway Memphis division 5s were up 3. j Amon carrier Issues advancing fractionally were Chicago a Alton 3. Delaware, Lackawanna fc Western Incomes of "93. and Lehiph Valley and Southern Pacific liens. Industrials and utilities were un-chaneed on average according to the Associated Press compilation. 10'i . l I Sales for the se.ssion totaled $5.-an', 'j I 110.000 compared with M .3 10.000 last MJ ; ''Satiirday. Foreien government oblicattons . rising more than a point included Cuba 4 1-2 of -77. Poland 4 l-2s of; 63. and Warsaw City 4 l-2s. U. S. governments were quiet and steady, nn. .. .v-- r I f H-, rl,,lo4lrtVs a In. ' ' " " 1UC tK-'ttUJII mnia wnaiwdu 1co.11. " """'"- ",c bridge, with AG leading the loop turned back Canton 14-1 vesterdav BOSTON. June 16. - Brook- quirer invitational this week b and J ,S Hhvn er giving the Can- lyn's seven game winning streak! However. Lt. Hogan has entered g sco and ?0 nlv even hits CUne was literally thrown away when thevictory operas tave McSpaden. (or second place i pTeed ?he Canto aUaek with two veteran Curt Davis wild pitched Byrd and I Jimmj 1 Next week's schedule: for three, while Rhymer poled out home the run that gave Boston a The . tory actually will open MondaySad Sacks vs CC; A1 h ,or f f jj " 6-5 victory over the Dodgers in 13, J" hJ port vs. AACS Varsity. : Tn . softball game Canton won m5! ..h. n,t,h woman Z o-'.mVeur and Zfse'n or Tuesd.y-SCO vs. Wolves: AACS cver Beacon, 7-3. was put in a hole upon pitching to champions over 36 holes. wednesdav Sad Sacks vs WX his first man when shortstoi Eddie t The war bond purse for the vie- officcrs: ww yarsitv vs WXEM Basinski erred on Stu Hofferth's tory championships is set at $12,300 Thursday AAA vs. Airport: WW Varsity vs. ACS Varsity. Friday AACS EM vs. Weather EM: AACS Officers vs. WX Of-Ur-ers. Standings: Teams w I, Prt AO 1 1 87", Sad Sacks 6 2 -7o0 WX Officers a 2 "50 SCO e 2 150 AACSS Varsity 3 2 610 Comm Center 5 i S56 Wolves 4 4 ;,on WX EM 4 S 445 AIRPORT 2 2 0 AACS B 2 251 AAA 2 7 22 WW Varsity l .j 20 t, 1021, . 8 4. IJ, Vanadium Coro 2 0'. V 3 2(1 w ,2J' li'. 7 19 M Macv R Hi Metnatl Sier Marine Midland Marshall Pield M.rMn -O I . MfKr.-v A- Rti Walworth Co 9 Warner Rro Plct 90 West Ind Suit II Walworth Co 9 West tin Tel A 13 Westine Atr Br 15 West El At Mtn M Wheeling Steel 2 White Motor J Wiilva Overland .14 WiUon At Co is Woolworth iF Wt fl vtorihine P A; M ; Vouiicst 6h 11 17 1 49 31'j .14' . 12 . 3.T, 15'. UN 16a 34 11J 4S1, 3l. l'a 34 1 1 r -l- Grain Market Y a 15 z 5555gg-:-:-:-:-.x-.x-;-:; nouWRn to 7M ' D 7 BsT 'mm VV I T H 'BANK i i i HELP fel Banks have had many important jobs lo do during the war. They will be called upon to perform many equally important tasks in helping their communities to swing over from war to peace . . . The facilities of this bank will be available to your business in the readjustment period . . . May we suggest that it is not too early to discuss your plans with. us. FIRST-NATIONAL BANK and TRUST Churci St. ifjsin! COMPANY 'MheviZtXC To Beat Japan Buy War Bonds! Buy More War Bonds Buy Often! Zetifih Radio Zomte Products Approximate Ml I nock les l inn onn- nrevi- CHICAGO, June 18. i-l) Larse purchases (or (lour millers, distiller and feed mixers adit grain futures prices oarlng today and at the llnlsh all mar It eta mere sharpiv hiRlier. New crop .orn deliveries and all rve contracts sold at new seasonal pealcs and July rye at i.ie top traded at 1.52. a new huh since 1923 At the finish wheat was to l'j higher than yesterday clo.ie, July $i.7oJif h. Corn was unchanged io up July 1 18 bid Oa's were 70 lo l'i higher July Rye w.is up d i0 2',. July i.or. Barlcv wtk 1 U lo J higher. I July $l 18 1 Wheal p'irc)ne, many of them for: milicrs and dutillers centered in the LV-1 cemher and Mv contratis. Some hedge) ae.llng appeared at various times but Hie ' olferlng.1 did not burden the market I Accounting ior the strength oi the i walk to Phil Masi. and Davis' low Pro. Additional cash awards equal-throw to second on Frank Drews' : line 25 nor cent of net proceeds also bounder filled the bases with none 'will sweeten the pot, swelling the out. With Mike Ultsney batting. ! total Prize list to approximately Davis uncorked his wild pitch which ; $20,000. allowed Wietclmann, running for , Hnfferth. to score the deciding run. ply Jf CflET R A I I The Dcdgers had fought an up- Li f It Oli I U i Lt Lt hill battle to finally knot the j p i nilV Tilt A V CHin count in the ninth. Trailing WLMuUL IflAI LliU they scored two in the seventh and --n ... w A 1 frlf two more in the ninth with Augie (JJ y ULAuLXjLh Galan and Dixie Walker driving in ""wJ, uir. w,c fii' Although the end of the first aprancc in a Boston uni.orm. SeX GimtS Beat Phils, , i i-T , oiiTPd nnee en UP flrst Place tie between which drove in a run. vx alked once i Kiwanians The Lions n?S'2f , Hy,t.art Psl who a dine the Kiwanians bv half' Lefthanded nltcher Ewald Pyle. who , ... accompanied Medwlck frcm he. NEW YORK, June 16. ,,-The New York Giants, started for the"1 t iav York Giants went into a first nraves hut was reilaced bv Jim Ba ; pla; . , . ! place tie with the PittsburRh Pi- Tobin after walking the first t.BanM defeating the Philadelphia ,n face him in the seventh ??1S- VI . "'I? ' I Phlllira. 1 to 2, tonicht before as tDs ttllQ O'tl'tlU, LCailu. Next week's schedule: Monday Optimists vs. Rotary. Tuesday Lions vs. Baptists. Thursday Kiwanians vs ABC. A postponed game between the Kiwanians and Baptists will be BLOWING ROCK The Green nlnved one day next wrek Park-Norwood solf course Is now Team, w open for play. Mr. and Mrs. Georae nBl, ' ...'.'.'..'....'... s Blasg are acain In charge of the bpmi, 2 Golf shop. Mr. Blacs. the profes- abc ........... ; J sional. reports the course to be in 0pumits 1 A-l condition. The Beacon baseball team will play ARS next Wednesday afternoon at 6:30 o'clock at Lee Edwards. Beacon 14 15 3 Canton 1 7 S Rhvmer and Hardin; Wilson and BEIIRENS WINS CLINTON. S. C. June 16. Mi Buddy Behrens. the Fort Lauderdale, Fla.. flash, defeated Bobby Doll of Tampa. Fla., 7-5, 6-0 today 22 byterian college. Tie For First Spot Blowing Rock Golf Course Is Now Open crowd of 14.582. Jack Brewer, mak ing his first start of the year, went the route for the second victory of his career, both against the Phils. Danny Gardella and Johnny Rucker led the Giants' sixtcen-hlt assault on three Quaker pitchers, Gardella driving In four runs with '.7 three singles. Rucker contributed a double, and a two-run triple. Dick Barrett was charged with the loss, his seventh against four wins. p,-t Local Produce SEA SOVEREIGN' WINS r f 11' ARCADIA. Calif.. June 16. iTV OXOWUS I 0D 1101015 1 to date 179 -.2119 ver 0 lU.-lhev- .he rniif-i hnTn-!. ,L.Tl -. anminist ration hat prohibited all nur- J n 4 1 J 23 two e;r a?o 14 033 33. Quotaf.ors on orirei pa'd farmers In 14-1nning Game Curb Market thasei or corn for manuracture ol bever- iiMiui-riai aiconoi or lor export Tht rve market w extremely nervous I Pil traders and bui.s n0 have played the. long Mdr lor months sold heavilv a' i the Start but after th nff.r,e.. v..j NEW YORK June V -Trance bern borried. prices worked into new lions on the New York Curb Prhmri , "llrn ground. . -.... Ilirn uitfii unces ior ine today include Alum Co Am Can Marconi Citle Service Colon Develop El Mond A- Sh Final curb sa'.es Hn 221.675. 43, todav 340,000: year in a mixed commission hoti trade, corn was firm. Iloth the Ju'y and September comracts were bid at the ceiling but no round lots were ottered Cash handlera reported only 9.000 bushels bought Ior darf erred delivery. upeu Huh PRINTING give us the information, tell us the use we'll plan it and work it out for you. The Inland Press 10 N. Market St. Phone 92 WHEAT: July , . . ' Sept. . . ! Iec Mjv I CORN' '"lv .... Sept t)re I Mav OsTS. I J'Jlv P'Pt. Tier Mav .tulv Sepr. nee. . Mav PARI. FY. Ju'r . . Pent. Tec. I9'a 16T IW. lt 117'i 111 i 110s, 111 111 Low ltifl', Ifi', 165', 170'i 1ST, l7'i Ml'. nr. in in 14H 15", 11"S 1IJ', 112', HSli 110', 111 HI ' 142', 111 112'. MsRKKTS AT A I.1IVIE NEW YORK. June If. V.S'oeil,. huh-er. rails attain lead advance: bonds steadv. earner issues improve- cotton' easv eommlssion house liquidation and hedeina. Chieaso: Wheat, strom. rommrrctal buvintr. short coverlna-: corn. firm, lia-ht oflermas. short rnvenne: rve. Iirm to strtine. short covering, commission house demand: hoffs. nominallv steadv: cattle, ronunallv :ra,lv Sea Sovereign, three year old son of Sea Biscuit, came surging down the stretch like his daddy to cap- lorprodure are lurr.ished by teieta. lead- ture the $30,000 Santa Cataltne m Duver.. ,,.1T ; handicap bv three lengths over War ST. LOUIS. June 16. 'P. The St. Chickea-: ..uv i"T.. 29', cent, ner Allies at Santa Anita park today. P? I0", ' ,T po'ind. (rv.rs. 3', pounds over. 2': in the twelfth inning here tonight cents:' 2". poar.rts under. 29' cents;: to lne overtime contest from .'em.1, ne"n" hvv": coed.' "jT'o I in,lin'5- Until then he had given Cleveland. 4-3. The Indians scored cem heaw roa-ters. three oound. uo up but one run. i an three of their runs tn the first 29', cents, old rooster. 14-15. I The Box Scores: innine Ducks: 12 cents per pound: vou')"' ',r" Brooklyn lllki Boston b r '1 r-l.,..lmj inn ana nnn nor. i an kevs. hens and toms. all sizes, depend- sky- '2 5 2 2 a Clll,,r 1114 Cleveland 300 000 000 0003 9 0 tnir on rad anc aualitv. 34-36: turkeva. nosf c, o 0 0 Holmes, rt 5 0 2 St. LotliS . . 000 200 001 0014 13 0 old toms. 30-33: see.e 14 "tits iOalan. If 4 I 4 u Workman 3b 5 0 i 3 Klieman Henrv (Qi Haohv ill Live poultrv. market or.d. auDO.T llfht lV,u , 4 0 1 0 Med.ick It 40 10 "an. Henry li. BagDy 13) chickens: .dresedi broilers ind irj- olmo ltl, oiwater cf l l o and Hayes: Kramer and Mancuso, ;1k.rn." ;. ?en". ' s''h"'1' lb 4011 M"ck' 16 s 1 5 " Havworth 10l. old roosteri. :'" Dantonio c 5 0 1 3 Ramsey, i 0 0 0 0 - . . . . . , ,' ,,' . .,d Lombardi Sx 0 0 0 0 Uniterm c 1 0 0 0 . fresh country. V irrn.i per pound. ,ndres. c 0 0 0 0 Wtlman 3s 0 1 0 C mm Grade A. i.r JTZZ, Grade B. I.r.e. ' ...smskl. .12 3 Mas, c lb till jjWilf VI 1 1 1 f it 1 1 1 IVUTI ll I m S E s!sj rob-n. nr. llBni' . ffund. p 0 0 C 0 t'lisnev U DD10 (Hicu;o i.ivehtock ""f. CHICACO. June li. UP -Livesforlt: Xin. p ft 0 n 2 Hw - 300. Not enough Rod and choire Snd lock 4x I M J ho s here to make a market For .he ovi. p 0 0 n ..i, ti ctaxtriv nepint. for, - - x Batted for Rudolph m 7fh. xx Batted for Buker In 9th. xxx Batted for Hart In 10th. xxxx Flatted for Kins in 12'h xxxxx Ran for Dantomo in 12th. t Rin for Mack in 10th tt Batted for Tobin in 10th. tm Ran for Hofferth tn 12th itti Batted for Hutchman in 12th. SAVE 20 OR MORE ON YOUR Fire Automobile Liability Theft Workmen's Compensation Insurance Broadest Forms Non-assessable Annual Dividends "Honestly, It's the Best Policy" JULIUS LEVITCH, Agent THE MUTUAL INSURANCE AGENCY Flatiron Bldg. Phone 1015 meek were about in line With lat week but far below the same Period li vear Prlcen continued flrmlv fixed at the 14. 7S and 14 00 ceilinc?. with action JaM and sort inn erv lax for qualuv and wemht Cattle 500. Calves- 100. For the meek Fed steers and vearlinaa. (ncludina vear-Iin heiiers were steadr to J5c hmher. wuh advance tfntered in aood and choice ! ,hl Vn ,V VanJl nail Brooklvn 100 000 202 000-5 dominated wl'h Ihf top at IB no. pan for 1 508 I averane. Ben lon ver-i?ostn - 020 300 000 001 -6 lines ached 17 o nd lmhts vearhnns Errors. Olmo. Basinski. DavLs. Dre.-. 17.50 Heifer vearlinBS broush 17.70 Mack. Runs bitted in. Olmo. G!an 2. ;Strer bulked Irom 15 50-17 SO and moat Rosen. Walker. Mast 2 Pvle, Hnlmca. heifera rai ned from 15O0-17.O0. Medium i Medwick Two-base hits. Olmo, GaUn, and good beef cos were active. Meariv. Masi. Pyle Mack Three-hase hltji. Mftl and all bulls moved unevenly 50C-1 !I0 1 Bases on ball, off Herrint 1, Rudolph lower, wl'h medium sau.saae bulls and i. pfund 1 Kmi 1. Davis 1. Pvle 8. wemhtv beef hulls showing the full de- Hutrhlngs 1. Strikeouts bv Rudolph 1, flint. Cutter cows closed at 8 SO down. , Buker j, Davis l. Pvle 3. Tohm 2, Hutch-Verv few beef cows reached 13 50 late. I inns 1 Hits off Herring 7 In 3 1-3. The practical clnsinir peak on heavv fat i Rudolph 1 in 2 2-S. Buker 1 In 2. Pfund bulls was 14 50 and 12.50 on saiisatre bulls, o in 1. King. 2 in 2 Davis o in 1-3. PyJr Vealers were ateadv all week tt 18-50 ; 3 tn ft 3.3, Tobin In 3 1-3, Hutchir. down. 3 in 2. Winning pitcher. Hutching. Loj- Sher-D 100. For the week: All Clasr-es Ing pitcher, Davis were ruiiv steamy to z.c nigner out, nin croa wnoled lambs wer practically absent. Good and choire native spring lambs were 15 75 to mostlv IB 00 with bucks out at loo discount. The lfl 25 top was oa:d sDarinalv. Medium and good surlna lamb realized 14 50-15.50 in-cludina a load of 69 Lb. Texas at 14.50. Load Ion of ivhorn fed lambs brought 14 25-15 35. acrorriing to grade and oelt. good and choice offerings w 1' h No. 1 pelfs and some with mixed No. 1 and fall shorn pel's bunging 15 35. 1 RUBBFR STAMPS, CORPORATE AND NOTARY SEALS 24-HOUR SERVICE 'When Better Rubber Stamps' Ar Made. Graces Will Make Them" See as for anything In Markitif The jrrenl privilrjcra of the Srrvic emeu's Reailjulmrnl Art await ou,anlamonn thre i home onrrhip on the eaaietl terms ever known. Aa a Veteran of World Var II joti mav now get a home of Tour own. You mar take up to 20 Tear in moM rases to repay your loan and your in lrrrl arrangement! will bo niott generou. If neeeweary your home may he finanred np to 100 per rent of ila value. Call, arrile or phone for in jur motion, or atk 9 member of your family to do $0 scurvinr SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION m HI R H smriT I miuhiJ 1 1 AI VI New Shipment Office Chair Cushion and Waste Baskets BURT L. OWNBEY 43 Wall St. Phone 1390 bm irvr i m - MHEVIllI W. F. Talman W. R. Garner J. W. Hol A. L. Koonts

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