The Lawton Constitution from Lawton, Oklahoma on August 26, 1963 · Page 5
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Wall Street THE LAWTOf*CONSTITUTION, Monday, August 26, 1963 5 rlectric Utility Earnings Gains Slowing Down NEW YORK (UPI1. -- Value tine Survey says that wliile ihe lectric utility industry has had a onsislent record ol growth, sup- xivled by ever increasing re- onuc, ains in eamins are slot' ins down somewhat. The tirm points out that 2S companies announced rate cuts of some kind or another in the first hall, many at the request o[ regulatory agencies. The survey says that the era ot persistently rising rates may be coming to an end and the justification ol present rates is a more immediate liklihood tor many. VOCADOS ERWIN ACRES SHOPPING CENTER 1220 N. SHERIDAN vorites Harvey Oeutsch and Hnvry A. Low of Purcell Graham Co, says they would not be surprised ·by a period of consolidation now and anticipate a. breakthrough in the all time highs in the comine weeks. The analysts feel the odds | presently favor a breakthrough on expanding volume. Richard Leahy ot J, \V. Sparks believes ihat over the near term the Industrial average will attempt 10 confirm the recent constructive action of the rails by moving to n comparable recovery peak. These Values Good In Lawton August- 27 and 28, 1963 Each \ Analyst Richard Ney maintains; that the indicators confirm the underlying strength of the market and. moreover, indicate that the j current utprewnd should continu' for some time. GRAPES POTATOES Thompson Seediest, Plump, Juicy Ib Russet Select Bakers Ib 9 L. 0. Hooper of \V. E. Hinton Co. sees little inclination for investors to be over-optimistic about either business or the economy now. Hooper says that even the present interest ever, in a few ·glamour stocks seems definitely selective. BELL PEPPERS WATERMELONS Lb. Lb. 15c FRESH PRUNES - 19c 2c PLUMS Santo Rosa Lb. 19c New York Civil Rights Rally Flops By United Pros International A civil riphis rally at New- York's Polo Grounds flopped Sunday, but Ncprocs opened a small crack in one of the Deep Souih's more formidable racial barriers. Necvoos auen'ded religious services at two white churches at Plaquemine, La., but were turned away at two others, Plaguemino has been the scent''ot numerous racial arrests. Only 2.002 persons paid S2 each to KCI into the New York baseball park which seats about 50.000. A crowd ol .about 30.000 had been expected to attend rhc rally to raise funds and stir up enthusiasm for Wednesday's civil rights march on Washington. Sponsors, who invested 540,000 to staje the rally, said ii was "a Tremendous loss." Most of the · principal speakers scheduled to ] address the rally failed to ap- j jenr. ! About 50 Negroes staged a sins- i ing march at High Point, N, C. ; in a 'Continuing protest against j the town soj^rcgarion polices. Fifteen demonstraiors were arrested while picketing a High Point theater Saturday ni^hL Racial developments elsewhere In the nation during the weekend: Nashville, Tenn: The head of the Roman Catholic Church in Tennessee urged church members to do away wivh racial discrimination by meeting with Negroes and talking "openly and calmly about our mutual hopes and problems." Atlanta: The Georgia Federation ol Young Republicans condemned Ihe planned Negro mass march on Washington as "unwise and detrimental to the nation's interest, " Atlnnta: The trial of 17 persons arrested in integration demonstrations for viola'jng Georgia's anti- tresspass law was scheduled to begin today. Brunswick. Ga.; Glynn County School Superintendent R. E. Hood said 17 Negroes have applied-for transfer from a local Negro high school to the formerly all-white Glynn Academy here. Philippine Bandits Hack Five To Death MANILA CAP)--Bandits hacked live guards to death today and made off with n half million pesos --about 5125.000 -- in cash and checks Irani the government rice and corn administration. Police said the victims were herded into a room of ;he administration building in the city, tied up and killed with an axe. There was one survivor of the dawn attack. Pedro Lopez, a carpenter, who wns locked in another room escaped, police said. A ·y. Piggly Wiggly Fresh Frozen Foods FRUIT PIES Banquet, Apple, Cherry or Peach Wiggly Meats! Custom-Carved, if you wish! SIRLOIN STEAK ^S= . 79 SLICED BACON · 59' Center Cut Rib PORKCHOPS Rodeos, Fresh Pork Roast, Semi-Boneless LEGO PORK Lb 59c ^ 59c Boneless, Armour Star "Valu-Trim" Aged Heavy Beef CLUB STEAK , 98c PORKSTEAK Lb. uttr 45c c |b Butcher Boy, Pickle, Olive, Bologna or Macaroni Cheese SLICED LUNCH ME AT 4; M SPINACH LIMA BEANS MEXICAN DINNER Banquet Enchilada Dinner 10-0*. 10-Oz. Bnnr|i]rt 39 Health And Beauty Aids PERMANENTS $129 Toni, Regular, Super and Gentle. Reg. $2.00 Retail Plus Tax F L E A S ? | .Cull FOG SERVICE EL5-2078 N T E E E S X ON YOUR SAVINGS Compounded Quarlorty LAWTON LOAN And INVESTMENT LAWTON. OKIA. '' U01.O Ave. EL 5.9348 Zee TOILET TISSUE 4 S. 37c Zee WAX PAPER 37c ORDER BLANKS fOR YOUR 200-Ft. Roll Ranch Style BEANS 2 2 £r 45c TIDE CATSUP Bon, Regular 73c Retail DEODORANT Hclcne Curtis, Regular or Soft, Regular 69c Retail HAIR SPRAY Tidy House, Regular 59c Retail FREEZER PAPER Washday Detergent Plus Tax 50-Ft. Roll 49c 49c Hunt's Tomato Giant Box 20-Oz. Bottle 73 19 Ranch Style SPAGHETTI 17c (WES PLUS- lam No. 300 Can Drcft Powders DETERGENT Regular Pkg. Camay BEAUTY BAR 2 Regular ^ m _ Bars £1C Camay BEAUTY BAR NOHM CASH Over 200 famous Big League Stars to choose from! You'll wont to make a big collection to show your pals. Get Picture Pa! order blanks and complete details at Piggly Wiggly today! SHORTENING 3 49 SALMON DOG FOOD 29c Comet Powdered CLEANSER 2 ?£ 49c Rusty Carnation, Assorted Flavors Bessie Lee ICE MILK CORN OIL SWEET PEAS *'*···'· Sanitary Napkins, Regular or Super Vi-Gallon Carton 24-Oz. Bottle 49c 12-Ct. 5|- r Box OOt Oscar Mayer 12-Oz. Can 37

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