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unir'ff'ivww wi ui iiiwtw " 1 nr "TirT'riiiajt.i nng i iiwum m-UM If F IT1 Relics of the Civil War are buried In the concrete base of a monument to Gen. Robert E. Lee by James William Clifford and Airs. D. P. Roberts. Mrs. Roberts holds a Confederate bayonet found on a Spotsylvania battlefield. (News-Press Photo by Lyle By land) Lee nument Investment Funds NEW YORK (A ) The tallowing quo tations, supplied oy the Notional Associ ation of Securities Dealers, Inc., are the prices at which these securities could have been sold (bid) or bought asked Aberdeen 2.99 3.27 Advise Fd 9.15 10.04 Atfll Fd 9.31 10.06 Am Bus 4.19 4.54 Am Inv unavailbl Am Mut 10.47 11.44 Asso Fd 1.83 2.01 Assn InFd 7.37 7.52 Axe Houghton: Fund A unavailbl Blue Rid Bondstk Bost Fd Broad St Bullock Can Gen Caplt Inc Capit Shr Cent Shr Channlng Baian 14.14 15.45 6.39 6. 10.54 11.52 Var Pay Unavaila Interc Una vol lab Inv Resh 15 63 17.08 Istel Fd Unavailab Ivest Fd 13.73 15.01 Johnstn Unavailab Kenton Funds: Cus B1 24.02 25.07 Cus Cut Cus Cus Cus Cus Cus Cus Cus nt Knlckerb Knlck Gth Laiard Lexlngt Inv B2 B3 B4 Kl K2 SI S2 S3 S4 Fd Life Life Stk 24.43 26 66 17.71 19.33 10.94 11.94 10.09 11.01 e.70 7.31 24.78 27.03 14.19 15.48 21.79 23.79 6.78 7.38 15.98 17.29 7.83 8.58 9.25 10.13 19.00 19.25 11.21 12.25 9.17 10.03 6.75 7.36 1637 17.70 i Loom Con Unavall 15.96 17.49 unavailbl 10.1611.13 9.05 9.91 13.65 14.92 Funds 14.39 15.73 Com Stk 2.21 2.42 Grwth 15.8317.30 9.15 10.00 8 84 9.66 2.70 2.95 9.90 10.82 16.68 18.23 1.66 1.73 13.71 14 Incom Intl Special Chase Fd Chem Fd Cst Sec Colon Fd Civil War Relics Put in Concrete Base for Bust i- By JIM LONG Half a century mount a bust of E. Lee, who gave Lee County, bore of effort to Gen. Robert his name to fruit Thurs day for the United Daughters of the Confederacy when the Jiase of a monument to the Confederate military leader was poured at Monroe and First Streets. For members of the Letitia Ashomore Nott chapter, UDC, the simple act of embedding Civil War relics in soft concrete marked the end of a long and well-traveled road winding back to 1913 when the chapter was organized. The project was one of the chapter's first undertakings, but along the way two earlier fund campaigns were sidetracked to help the hospi tal. The real moment of triumph will come on Jan. 19 the 159th anniversary of the birth of Gen. Lee when workers for the Crome Momument Co, of Memphis, Tenn., will hoist the huge bust atop its pedestal on Monroe at First. Will 'Hang On There was an earlier rumor that members of the chapter planned to disband once they see the completion of their project, but president Mrs. Lal-la R. Moore quashed the report. "As long as one of us is living," said she, "we're going to hang on." A small crowd of spectators gathered at 1:30 p.m. to watch as James William Clifford, a charter member of the Civil War Commission and a collec tor of relics; and Mrs. D. P. Roberts, chairman of the chap ter monument fund committee, sunk the relics into the concrete. Said Clifford, as the objects were buried, "Goodbye for the next 100 years, or until the street is widened." Placed in the base by itself was a rusty bayonet found 95 years after the battle at "Bloody Angle" in a Confederate trench near Spotsylvania. Eleven smaller relics were buried together in a container which added the only modern note a plastic refrigerator box. A cement finisher smoothed over the concrete, set in a wooden form, and the cere mony ended. On hand to witness the his toric event were Chairman Julian L. Hudson of the County Commission, Commissioner Kenneth Daniels, Fort Myers Postmaster Ellis Solomon and City Councilman W. Sam Comp-ton. Mrs. Roberts, mistress of ceremonies, told the gathering that Lee's monument will stand as a symbol to the unity between the north and south of the nation. History Outlined Clifford outlined the history and description of each of the 12 items before placing them in Ihe base. The relics included a belt buckle, a bronze sword hilt, a gun strap, a shell fragment. Dart of another shell, a canister shot, a minie ball and several bullets. Clifford, a native of Washington. D. C who has collected ruHi War mementos for 40 years, told the gathering that he found the items on battlefields in Virginia "where thousands of young Americans gave their lives to preserve the unity of this country." He said those who died are not unlik2 young Americans who today are fighting and dying around the world for free dom and peace. They are endeavoring to do as Gen. Lee said: 'I will do my duty and fight to the last,' " Clifford said. Mrs. Moore recalled the history of two early fund drives to erect the bust of Lee. The chap ter had collected about $1,800 in 1913-1914 when "the men of Fort Myers, because they couldn't get the state to build a new courthouse, tore down the old one which was made of wood." They used the lumber to build the first real county hospital at Grand and Victoria Avenues and the chapter turned over its Lee Memorial money for use at the hospital. That building is now being razed. Mrs. Moore said when the present Lee Memorial Hospital was first built years ago offr cials had no funds left for furnishings. The chapter was $500 along on its second campaign to raise money for the momument, but that went to furnish the hospital nursery. The final campaign has been under way for about five years, with an intensive drive to raise the necessary $6,000 now more than a year old. The goal was reached in November. Crome Monument Co. molded the bust of Lee in Memphis and sent it to Italy for casting. For some months now, it has stood in the lobby of the courthouse with a collection 'box for nickels, dimes, quarters and half dollars. Sometimes, said Mrs. Moore, there was a donation of $100 or $150 or $200 or $250. Gradually, the fund built up as Lee's bust waited in the courthouse lobby. On Jan. 19, the bust will finally reach its resting place. Colon Gth 15.7917.26 ComSt Bd unavailbl Commonwlth Fds: Cap Fd 13.67 14.V4 Incom 10.65 11.64 Invest 10.82 11.83 Stock 10.56 11.54 ComTr Ab 1.77... ComTr CD 1.88 ... Comp Bd unavailbl Cons Inv 11.12 11.50 Consm Inv 4.32 4.72 Conv Sec unavailbl Corp Ld 19.34 21.12 Crown W 6.75 7.39 deVeah M 73.74 73.74 Decaf Inc 12.88 14.08 Dela Fd 15.37 16. Diver Gr 12.34 13.54 Diver Inv 10.22 11.20 Divid Shr 3.91 4.29 DowTh In 6.98 7.55 Dreyfus 26.05 28.43 Eatn Bal 12.82 13.92 Ealn Stk 16.64 18 FmDlov Gr unavall Energy 28.46 28.46 Equity 10.98 11.38 FmB Mut unavailbl Fed Grth unavailbl Fid Cap Fid Fund Fid Trnd Fid Mut Fla Gth Fla Mut Fnd Lf Fnd Mut Fours 13.9715.18 18.94 20.48 27.05 29.40 unavailbl 6.99 7.64 unavailbl 7.32 8.00 8.92 9.75 13.3614.60 Franklin Custdn: Com Stk 7.66 8.42 Income 3.40 3.74 Pf Stk 2.83 3.11 Utll 8.29 9.11 Fund Am 9.9. ... 10.83 Fund Inv 12.63 13.84 Gen Invest unavail Group Sec: Aero Sc 10.3611.35 Com St 15.55 17.02 Ful Ad 10.61 11.62 Grth Ind Gryphon Guardn Ham hda Imp Cap Imp Fa Inc Fnd Inc Bost Incorp Inc 22.20 22.87 15.36 16.79 26.57 26.57 5.90 6.45 10.20 11.09 5.26 5.72 Unavall 8.69 9.50 9.98 10.91 Incorp inv 8.20 8.V6 Ind Trend 12.15 13.28 Ins Bk Stk 6.94 7.58 Inv CoAm 13.7315.01 Inves Bos 14.13 15.44 Invest Group: Mut Unavall Stonk Unavailab Select Unavailab Loom Say 16.50 16.50 Mass etn io.bj ii.m Mass Tr 17.7719.42 Moss Life 12.94 14.14 Morton Fundi: Growth 9.12 9.99 Incom 4.53 4.96 Insuran 8.52 9.34 MIF Fd 19.66 21.25 MIF Gth 6.02 6.51 Mirt Inves 11.45 12.56 Mut Shrs Unavailab Mut Trust 2.92 IMS Nat WSec 11.99 12.98 Nat Inves 20.29 21.94 Nat Sec Ser: Balan 13.08 14.30 Bond 6.59 7.20 Dlvid 5.30 5.79 Pf Stk 7.60 8.31 Incom Stock Grwth Nat West 6.66 7.28 9.68 10.58 10.51 11.49 8.69 9.S2 NEA Mut 11.45 11.68 New Eng 12.30 13.30 New Hor 13.19 13.32 Noreast 18.79 18.79 One WmS 16.05 16.05 Oppen Fd 23.04 25.18 Penn Sq Unavailab Peoples 10.75 11.78 Phila Fd Pine St Pioneer Price TR Provldnt Puritan Putnam Put Grth Put Grth Qtly Dist Rep Tech Resch Inv Revere Scudder Bal 14.73 16.14 13.02 13.02 11.68 12.77 Unavailab Unavalab 11.44 12.37 17.09 18.68 12.0613.18 12.0613.18 8.30 9.07 Unavalab 15.52 16.96 14.30 15.54 Funds Unavailab Groin Market CHICAGO (AP) Prices in the grain futures market met resistance on both advances and declines and held within frac tional ranges of previous closes most of the time. A Fairly broad rally about mid-session failed to hold after gains of major fractions or more were posted in wheat, corn and soybeans. Brokers said speculators seemed to have placed stop loss selling or buying orders rather close to commitments in cau. tious dealings. Some analysts said there seemed to have been a good deal of doubt about the market maintaining a higher trend without frequent periods ot profit cashing. Wheat closed i cent a bushel lower to Vi higher, March $1.68-; corn higher to lower, iviarcn .zf; oats un changed to M lower, March 71 cents; rye higher to lower, March $1.30-; soybeans V higher to 1 cent lower, January $2.74-74. Sugar Prices new YORK (n Domestic sugar futures No. 7 closed 1 higher to 1 lower, bales 729 contracts. High Low Mar . 6.87 6.86 May 6.85 6.8 July 6 84 6.84 Sop 6.84 6.84 Raw suaar soot (.85. World sugar No. 8 closed Close 6.86B 6 85 6.84 6.83B Dividend Report Thursday's Final Dividends Doctor Pe- f tk. e Pov- Rota rtod Record obis IRREGULAR Com St Unavailab Intl Inv Unavalab Sec Equty 10.36 11.43 Selee Am 11.92 12.90 Shrhold 11.99 13.10 Shrs Am 20.05 21.91 Sw Invest 9.79 1U.SB Sover Inv 17.46 19.12 State St 46.07 46.50 Stdmn Scl 6.62 7.24 Stein Roe Funds: Bal 44.05 44.05 Stock 41.93 41.93 Intl 16.64 16.64 Sterl Inv 14.03 15.17 Telev El Unavailab Temp Gt Unavailab Texa Fd 13.88 15.17 TwenC Gth 6.66 7.ZB TwenC Inc 6.33 6.92 United Funds: Accm 18.35 20.05 Incom 14.71 16.08 Scien 9.71 10.61 l$fes UnFd Can Unavaila 37s Treasury Notes NEW YORK (AP) Closina U.S. Tr. ury Notes bid and asked prices in dollars and thirty seconds and approximate yield to maturity for Thursday. rcu j-b I voo Feb 3' 1966 Apr lVi 1966 May 4 1966 Aug 4 1966 Oct Vh 166 Nov 4 1966 Feb 3 1967 Feb 4 1967 Apr IVi 1967 May 4'4 1967 Aug 3 1967 Oct Vh 1967 Apr Vh 1968 Oct 1V2 1968 Apr Vh 1969 Oct liA 1969 Apr 112 1970 Oct 112 1970 99.29 99.31 3.89 99.30 100 3.82 99.9 99.11 4.46 99.23 99.25 4.62 99.17 99.1? 4.69 8 98.4 4.15 99.9 99.11 4.79 98.22 98.26 4.75 99 99.4 4.82 96.16 96.24 4.25 99.6 99.10 4.78 98.8 98.12 4.82 95.4 95.12 4.31 93.20 93.28 4.40 93.20 93.28 4.30 91.24 92 4.18 90.20 90.28 4.17 89.8 89.24 4.17 88.4 88.20 4.17 Subiect to Federal taxes but not to state Income taxes. Government Bonds NEW YORK (AP) Closina over the counter U.S. Government Treasury bonds. bid, asked, net change and yield for Thursday. 33is 66 99.20 3s 66 99.3 3bs 66 98.28 2'2S 67-62 97.2 344s 67 97.30 3'ss 68 97.22 68 98.10 68 Nov 97.10 Volue Line Funds: 2'hs 68-63 . 94.8 Val Line 7.84 8.59 4s 69 Feb 97.18 Incom 6.54 7.172'is 69-64 Jun 93.10 SdI Sit 5.11 5.60f4s 69 Oct 97 Vangd Unavalab 2Vs 69-64 Dec 92.16 var ina ri t.m 0.50 4s 70 Feb ..... 96.20 Wash Mu Well Fd West Ind Whitehll Wndsr Fd Winfleld Wiscon 13.29 14.52 14.88 16.22 7.68 8.40 14.33 15.49 18.83 20.47 10.06 10.99 7.76 8.' Dow-Jones Averages NEW YORK (API Final Dow-Jones averages for Thursday. Open High Low Close Cnet Ch. 30 Ind 984.02 992.26 979.00 985.46 3.84 20 RRs 248.33 249.80 247.11 248.60 0.20 15 Utls 151.90 152.84 151.21 151.96 0.24 65 Stks 343.77 346.28 342.07 344.18 0.89 Transactions In stocks used In averages 85,400 ,. 107,600 1,101,600 Industrials Railroads Utilities 65 Stocks BONDS 40 Bonds 87.12 10 Higher grade rails 80.300.03 10 Second grade rails 90.120.09 10 Public utilities 86.00 OJ 10 Industrials 92.060.04 Income Rails 80.720. Commodity futures Index 140.470.27 2'2S 70-65 92.10 4s 70 Aug 96.14 212S 71-66 91.6 4s 71 96.16 3'ss 71 95.. 8 4s 72 Feb 96.2 2V2S 72-67 Jun 89.2 4s 72 Aug 95.30 212S 72-67 Sep 88.20 2V2S 72-67 Dec 88.16 4s 73 95.8 41bs 73 96 4Vs 74 96 4V4S 74 . 97.3 3S 74 94.20 4s 80 94.12 312S 80 88.22 3'4S 83-78 85 3V4S 85 84.12 4V..S 85-75 96.22 Wis on 85.16 ... 908 ,600 1 4145 92-87 96.16 99.22 99.5 98.30 97.6 98.2 97.26 97.14 97.14 94.12 97.22 93.14 97.4 92.20 96.24 92.14 96.18 91.10 96.20 95.22 96.6 89.6 96.2 88.24 88.20 95.12 96.6 96.4 97.7 94.24 94.20 88.30 85.8 84.20 1 .1 .2 J .4 .4 .6 .0 .4 .8 .4 .8 .2 .4 .4 .6 .6 .4 -M .6 .6 .6 .4 .6 .4 .4 .4 .5 .2 .2 .4 4.64 4.44 changed to contracts Mar May Jul Sap Oct Nov Mar May un- 7 higher. Sales 1,936 High Low Close 2.51 2.44 2.50-51 2.66 2.62 2.65-66 2.80 2.76 2.80 2.93 2.88 2.91 2.97 2.94 2.95B 3.02 3.00 2.99B 3.16 3.13 3.15B 3.23 3.20 3.21B Florida Stocks Bid Asked Alico 12' 12" Am Heritage 16 4 1614 Am Variety 3 4W Fla. Gas 12' 13M, Fla. Steel 184 18 Founders Life 4 4 Gulf Life 43 43 Inter-County Tel 37 38V U S Sugar 36 37 Corporation Bonds NEW YORK (AP) Following Is a list of ma 1 or bond transactions on the New York Stock Exchange Thursday. Sales Net (In SI ,000) Hlah Low Close Cha. 9 CORPORATION BONDS AlleghL CV4S81 28 120 119V4 119V4 Vt AlliedCh 3V2S7S 1 88 88 AmFP 4.80S87 1 83 83 AMF CV4V4S81 11 94V4 93 AmTiT 4te85 174 94Vi 94'e Armour 5s84f 1 96 96 Atchison 4s95 1 88 88 H B&O cv42Sl0f 27 96 95V Boeing 4V2S8O 150 270 267 Bruns cv4Vjs81 11 80 SO'i Burro CV4V2S81 150 145' 144 CanPac 4sperp 1 7714 7714 CenNYPw 3s74 2 85 ',4 85V4 CRRNJ 3V4S87 62 47'A 46 Cerro 5V7S79 128 172Vi 170 ChlEIII cv5s97f 22 122 121 ChlNW 42s99f 30 180 178 CEIectr 4V?s84 6 124 124 DouAir CV4S77 35 128Vi 127V4 127Vj Vt DowCh cv3s82 5170V2 170V2 170V2 V2 Erie cv4V2Sl5f 21 iVh 42 4311 FoodFr cv4s79 27 97 97 97V2 GAOII cv4s84 2 110 110 110 GenElec 3V2S76 11 89V 89 89 GMotAcc 4s79 8 90 90 90 Grace CV3V2S7S 3 228 228 228 8 IntTT cv4'ss83 1 395 ITE CV4V4S82 10 159 MKT in5i2S33f 35 37V4 MoPac 5s2045f 61 78Vj MoPac 4V4S90 1 83? MoP 4V4S2005 2 8IV1 N Cyl cv5Vbs77 32 155 Nat Tea 3'js80 41 78V4 NYCent 5s2013 19 90V2 NYC 4V2S2013 39 80'i NY Cent 4s98 8 74Vi vNH 4'2s2022f 60 21 vINH 4s2007f 141 472 OlinM cv5'is82 83 4 94 '. 94Vi Vi 96 88 96 267 -419 80 14 144 77 85V4 4714 IV4 171 1 121 1 178 -i 124 4.66! OlinM cv5V2S83 4.55 4.73 4.87 4.81 4.84 4.57 4.83 4.58 4 4.57 4 4.50 4.85 4.40 4.70 4.73 4.72 4.45V 4.70 4.47 4.42 4.73 4.71 4.70 4.75 4.60 4.52 4.54 4.48 4.44 Cash Grain CHICAGO (AP) Wheat No. 2 red 1.71V4 N; No. 2 hard I.68V4 N. Corn No, 2 vellow 1.30i4- N; No. 3 yellow 1.25-29; no. 4 yellow i.22'4-; no. 5 yeiiow i.uy-is. Oats No. 2 heavy white 77V4- N. Soy beans No. . yellow 2.77V4 N; No. 2 yellow 2.7714 N. Soybean oil 11.65N. What the Stocks Did Thur. Wed. Advances 649 740 Declines 531 440 Unchanged 230 233 Total Issues 1410 1413 New 1965 highs 96 88 New 1965 lows 8 11 4s 93-88 92.16 418S 94-89 94.20 3s 95 83.16 3V2S 98 84.12 Prices seconds. 96.30 4.48 85.24 4.47 96.20 .2 4.47 92.24 4.46 94 28 4.44 83.24 .4 3.94 84.20 .4 4.39 quoted In dollars and thirty Cottonseed Oil NEW YORK (AP) Bleachable Cotton seed oil futures closed 9 to 12 higher Sales 33 contracts. Mar .... May Jul Closing Bids: Sept. B Bid High Low 14.19 14.10 14.17 14.09 14.15 14.09 13.70, Oct. Staple Prices NEW YORK WHEAT Mar May Jul Sep Dec CORN. Mar May Jul Sep Dec OATS. Mar May Jul Sep Dec RYE May Jul Sep Associated Dec Close 14.1 1 B 14.10B 14.14B 13.45. 395 395 20 159 159 2 36Va 36 78 78 Vt 83 83'4 81 Ve 811e 153 153 2 78 78 90Vi 90'j V 80 80 14 74 74 2012 21 'A 46 47 ' 107 136'2 133 136V2 2 40 36V2 134 136 1 27 101 10012 1 00V2 Vl 62 122 12114 12112 . 1 212'i 212V2 21212 12 6 8912 B9'i 8911 12 153 153 153 1 21 99 99 99 126 108 108'4 108'2 14 40 642 249 261 1'b 6 99 98V 99 4 9714 97'4 9714 12 9712 97V2 9712 12 191 150 146 149V2 312 35 86 84 84 12 125 210 203 203 7 FOREIGN BONDS Austral 5s78 2 98 98 98 Germany 5s80 3 103 103 1 03 Greek 6s68f 1 38 38 38 14 Jamaic 5s74 3 95 95 95 IV2 Urug 0 4Vis79 .0 74 74 74 SALES Approx final total S8,990,000 previous aay - u,vu,uuu Week ago - SIO.992,000 Month ago $13,802,000 Year ago $10,355,000 Two years ago $12,725,000 Jan 1 to date $41,774,000 1965 to date $32,833,000 1964 to date $72,466,000 Am Research Dev .15 Colonial Fund .11 Nat Aviation J.28 Outlet Co .1625 STOCK Revco DS 100 pc Stainless StIPds .. 5pc INITIAL RevcoDS new 075 .... INCREASED Art Metal 15 .... ColumblaGaf Sys .34 .. Contl Transpt ... .15 .... Melville Shoe .3125 Orange&Rkld Ut ..... .24 potersonHowH A ,.375 ... PettrsonHowH B .25 ... REGULAR 1-17 1-14 1-21 1-20 1-25 1-31 2 28 2-1 2 25 2 2 225 2-25 Fort iWyerf (Fla.) News-Press, Friday, Jan. 7, 1966 7-B Chicago Livestock , University of Florida biolog. lists hope to mount radio trans- Butcher hogs were mitters on ereen turtles and track them by satellite. 3-11 3-29 Amerada Pet Amer Cement ....., Bulova Watch Canal Randolph .. Dentists Sua . Gen Pub Utll Grow Chemical Lehlah Prtld Com Orlalnola Red Owl Strs Westgh AlrBrk ...... 70 , .15 . .15 .225 , .30 .35 . .06 .25 0.75 , J5 . .45 O Q Q Q O Q Q Q Q Q 1-11 1-20 1-17 1-17 1-17 1-14 1-14 1- 17 38 3-9 3-11 2- 14 1 21 1- 18 2- 10 1-17 1- 21 2- 17 2-25 2-15 2-1 2-1 2-1 1-31 1-31 1-31 4 1 3-30 4-1 3-1 2-25 1-28 3-1 1-31 2- 15 3- 15 Penn RR 5s68 PhlllloP 4iis87 Rlchfl cv4s83 SLSF 5s2006f ScottPa cv3s71 Sears R 4s83 Sinclr cv4s86 SmithC 5V4S79 SoPac 4V2S69 SPacOr 412577 StdOInd 42S83 ThomPd 4s82 WheelS 3s75 Xerox cv 4s84 Mar May JUI Oct Dec Mar May 23.50 23.50 Middling spot 31.40N unchanged. re-nufninaij d-diq. Grain Table Open High Lew Previous Close Close 1.69 1.7014 1.62 1.64 1.69 V. 1.28 1.3012 1.31 1.27 1.231i 71 70 68 1.69ii 1.70V2 1.63V4 1.65'. 1.69V. 1.28V4 1.30 1.31 1.28 1.2314 72 70 68 I.68V4 1.69V2 1.62 1.64 I.68V2 1.271fi UO'i 1.31 'A 1.27 1.23 71 70'2 68V4 1.68 1.69 1.62 1.64 V2 1.68 1.27 1.30V4 1.31V4 1.27V4 1.2314 71 70V, 6814 69 1.68 1 .69 1.62V4 1.64'2 1.68 1.27 1.30 1.31 1.27V2 1.23 71 70 68V2 69 (AP) The pi 35 commodities (INSERT TO COME) Previous Day 175.76, Week Ago 174.91, Month Ago 176.55, Year Ago 166.66. 1965-66 1964 1963 1962 High 176.76 166.99 162.77 166.84 Low 166.20 160.56 157.51 159.99 (1926 average equals 100) 1.32 I.3314 1.34'4 1.37'4 Jan Mar May Jul Aug Sep Nov 2.74 2.77V2 2.79 2.8OV2 2.76V4 2.68 2.63V4 1.3314 1.34 1.34 1.37 2.75Va 2.78 2.80 2.81 2.76V2 2.68V2 2.63V4 1.32V4 1.33 1.32ii 1.33 V. 1.33 1.33 1.36'. 1.36 .273 2.75 2.77'2 2.78 2.74 2.67 2.61 '2 2.74 2.76 2.78V2 2.79 2.75 2.68 2.6214 1.32V4 1.33 1.34 1.37 2.74 2.76 2.79 2.79 2.76 2.69 2.63V41 Corporation Bonds NEW YORK (AP) U.S. Treasury bond prices advanced. Corporate bond prices were mixed. Trading in both markets terminated early because of the New York Transit strike. Many relatively near-term Treasury bond issues advanced as much as 6-32s. Of the 40 Treasury issues, 34 advanced and the remainder were unchanged. On the New York Stock Ex change bond volume dropped to a par value of $8.99 million. Of the 238 issues traded, 92 advanced in price, 84 declined and the remainder were un changed. Alcoa 3s of 1983 were up 1 at 902 ; Bethlehem Steel 4s of 1990 were up V at 95 V4; Consolidated Edison 3s of 1986 were off 1 at 82V4; Detroit Edison 3s of 1970 were up 1 at 92 ; Pacific Telephone 4s of 1988 were off at 93, and Public Service Electric & Gas 3V2s of 1975 were off V. at 87 CHICAGO (AP) steady to 25 cents a hundred-weight higher In fairly active trading for a supply of 4,500 head. The advance, the third of the week. brought the top price for more than a hundred head of mixed No. 1 and grodes to $30 compared with $28.75 on Monday. Other mixed 1-2 In the 190-225 lb range sold upward from $29.50 and mixed 1-3 ot $29-29.75. Mixed 2-3, In eluding some 300 lb mostly No. 3, moved at $6.50-28.75. &ows went at ki.s-m.s. The market for slaughter steers was steady on scattered sales. The best offerings were 950-1,150 lb mostly choice which brought $26-26.75. Good grade sold up to (25.50. ALUMINUM PRODUCTS DOiMKE & SONS "The Awning People" 3018 Michigan Ave. ED 2-2771 "IiOok for ns in the yeiiow pages" Chicago Butter CHICAGO (AP) (USDA) Butter: wholesale telling prices on all grodes unquoted. Eggs: prices paid delivered to Chicago unchanged to 1 higher; 60 per cent or better grade A whles 36-36V2; large mixed 35V-36; medium mixed extras 32-32 standards 31-33; checks 26-28. Potato Market CHICAGO (AP) (USDA)-Potato or. rivals 29; on trock 114; total U.S. shipments 393; suoolies llaht; demand mod erate; market for russets steady, for round reds firm undertone; corlot track sales: Idaho russets 3.85; Wisconsin utili ties 3.25. i Double Top Value Stamps Each Wednesday STATE PAINT QUALITY PAINT 2 For The Price Of 1 H4I Suit Place (Off Cleveland Ave.) (Special Dtsceawf te ED 4-3340 TOP SOIL PULVERIZED MUCK Lawn Green Top Soli Company WYandofre 5-5355 Cotton Futures NEW YORK (AP) Cotton futures closed unchanged to $1.25 a bale higher on final bids. Some trades took place with prices advancing as much as $2.25 a bale from the previous close. Commission houses were on both sides of the market. spot, cotton marKets were quiet. Florida LIKE YOU DREAMED ABOUT Open High H'&u" 2"bs" LOW 705 Close N.C. 28.308 29.05qb 26.658 23.55 23.558 25 23.30B 23.10B 10 23.50 23.1 OB 5 Have you seen THIS QUALITY RIVERFRONT SUBDIVISION? mm m n CSj inlver2 ? ; ; V J PALM BEACH BLVD. 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