Anderson Herald from Anderson, Indiana on June 18, 1966 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Anderson Herald from Anderson, Indiana · Page 6

Publication:
Location:
Anderson, Indiana
Issue Date:
Saturday, June 18, 1966
Page:
Page 6
Start Free Trial
Cancel

PAGE 10 THI ANDHSON HIRALD SATURDAY, JUMi .», 1966 Compromise On Housing Action Sought • • ,1. f - ,:._._:_„„ nttt\v4 tn \vnr\c whnnlc 311(1 f WASHINGTON (UPI) -Johnson administration stalwarts on the House Judiciary Committee appeared Friday to be playing MOCKING BIRD HILL PARK 3 Mi. So. of Anderson, Ind. PRESENTS IN PERSON Sunday, June 19th BUCK OWENS end THE BUCKAROOS DICK CURLESS TOMMY COLIINS MERIE HAGGARD BONNIE OWENS KAY ADAMS SHOW TIMES 1-3:30-6 P.M. Adm.: Adults $2.50 Children Under 10 $1.00 Rain or Shine for time in an effort to work schools and public facilities, some sort of compromise (and strengthen federal laws out the President's hotely: against racial violence. contorversial fair housing proposal. The other sections of the bill considered in good shape The measure, would prohibit i for eventual passage by CM- thc" t r J wner"of a home orjgress. It is fair housing-and iapartmcnt from refusing to sell!the pressures the proposa^has or rent it on grounds of race,;placed Sesquicentennial Meeting Tuesday A meeting of the Sesquicentennial Committee of Madison County will be held Tuesday, June 21, at 7:30 p.m. YMCA. Francis Oleksy, chairman, will preside. on many northern color, religion or origin. It is part of an over-all Civil Hights Bill that would also eliminate discrimination in the national i Democrats and Kcpublicans— selection juries. of state and federal to be the the House J rights subcommittee finished work on the bill. that has proved stumbling block. On Thursday, judiciary speed desegregation ofjlt sent the measure to the full - — - committee and recommended favorable action on four of the five parts. But it made no recommendation on fair housing, leaving it up to the parent group to make the decision. Sources said that chairman Central Indiana's fin«t Drive-in NOBLESVILLE DRIVE-IN THEATRE Juit 20 Minutel Wosl on Road 32 • NOW thru TUES. • 1 IERRIFIC COLOR JIII5!_ No. I DEAN MARTIN in •THE SILENCERS" -Plu,!- CORNEl WIIDE in "THE NAKED PREY" _ ACTION AND COMEDY FANS Will ENJOY THIS PROGRAM! Ooen 7:30 P.M.-Show Dm»!_ Indiana's 150th birthday anniversary will be advanced. Emanuel Celler, D-N.Y. pressed to get the bill out of -•"-- quickly—decided as a means of „ = to work out a compromise that would stand a better chance of house approva' than the administration plan. subcommittee on the step getting time Stronger Hog Prices Paid INDIANAPOLIS AP i(USDA) — Hogs 4,000; active; 'butchers steady to mostly 25 higher; sows 25-50 higher; 1-2 190-225 Ib butchers 25.50-26.00; around 60 head 26.10; mixed 1-3 Thursday 190-240 Ib 25.00-25.50: 2-3 240-270 "•>•- "- $]50 • Won. thru Sun. DINNER SPECIAL Beef Tend. Steak Hash Browns, Salad and Drink PRIME Roast Beef pl h ,o 8nked Salad. Homemade Bread Your ChOICe ''I COMPIETE PARTY FACILITIES IMORGASBORD SUNDAY 11-3 P.M. All You Can Eat $l.t Your Choice HOUSE SPECIALTY SWISS STEAK or Baked Virginia HAM DINNER $135 Young Tender TOM TURKEY Wilh All the Trimming. Old Soutri's Original Rctipe, a new toile thrill. Southern Fried CHICKEN Served Family Style $125 All You Con Eat ' SADDLE 'N SIRLOIN RESTAURANT JCT. 9 and 109 BY-PASS - 3405 ST. RD. 9 NORTH TONITE-6:45 P.M. THE MONEY TRAP TONITE-8:23 P.M. "A THOUSAND lb 24.00; 300-330 !b 22.00-22.00; sows lb 19.25-20.25; 400-500 lb 18 19.25; 500-600 lb 18.00-18.50. Cattle 100; calves 10; cows slow steady to weak; not enough and commercial cows 18.001950' a few good and choice vealers 27.00-32.00. Sheep 25; not enough to test market. GRAIN MARKET INDIANAPOLIS (API - (Indianapolis Board of Trade) — [• Nominal prices quoted to producers at country elevators in Indianapolis area: Wheat white '1.20-1.22. , bushel 61. Soybeans No 1 yellow OPEN 7:00 COLOR CARTOON AT DUSK FREE PIAYGROUND FOR KIDDIES THE IPCRESS FILE' IS A TAUT, TINGLING FILM!" -McCAUS TICHNICOIOR r, j TECHNICOLOR" TECHNISCOPC NOW-FINAL TUES. Feotur.1-1:15-5:10-9 P.M. MOVIE INFO.-642-1070 PARONT PICTURES IS PROUDTO UNHOUHCETHE RETURN OF INTACT! UNCUT CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCES AT POPULAR PRICES! IKS* HEY GANG! WIN A PAIR OF GLADIATOR SANDALS REGISTER AT THEATRE OR REOAL SHOES-MOUNDS MAIL You've Probably Read My Story. I'd Like To Invite You To See It, Now Bigger Than Life at The . . . 5I«.llcfflM-BILLTRATO REGULAR SMORGASBORD Shares Turn : Down Mildly IT, NEW YORK (AP)-The stock ie market Friday declined mildly , in moderate trading. '. * Prices were mixed in early dealings and the list seemed to '- have some potential for a rise )f following the Thursday selloff i. Whatever potential there was for a rally, however, seemed to be cut short by news of statement from Secretary of the Treasury Henry Fowler that a tax increase is still an open question. Aerospace issues remained ahead much of the day even while the over-all list was declining. Much of their gain was pared away before the close. • It was a dull session and trad- jj ng was the lightest of the week. 2 Volume was 6.59 million shares • compared with 6.88 million > Thursday. ' The Dow Jones industrial av- >- erage declined 2.90 to 894.26. s The Associated Press average >- of 60 stocks dipped .3 to 322.1 with industrials off .1, rails un- 5 changed and utilities off .7 to ti a new low for the year. I- Of 1,385 issues traded 594 de- e dined and 513 advanced. Highs for the year totaled 22 and lows , 71 t Among the 15 most-active stocks there was an even split of 7 losers and 7 gainers, with Commonwelath Oil unchanged. " Sperry Rand was the most-ac- live stock, up % at 2% on 177,• 700 shares. i Anionfi sctivfily trfldcd 23in- l ers, Boeing rose 1%, Teledyne "J4%, Chicago Pneumatic Tube • 2%, Bunker Hill 2 and Pacific a Southwest Airlines 3V 4 . ' Active loser included Burroughs, down 1% and Magnavox off %. Some of the drugs showed strength. Merck rose l'/s and Schering Hi. General Motors closed unchanged at 80'A while Ford, Chrysler and American Motors all look fractional losses. Most of the top steelmakers were fractional losers. A few more stocks rose than fell on the American Stock Exchange. The Associated Press average of corporate bonds was mixed. Local Livestock Market Prices From Emge's HOGS 15c HIGHER 190-240 Ibs. 24.60-24.90 240-300 Ibs. 22 15-23 90 Sows - .-. . 19.75 down Boars 15.00-16.00 CATTLE STEADY Ch. steers & heifers 24.oo-26.00 Cows 16.00-20.00 Bulls 18.00-22.00 [ Good steers & heif 22.00-25.00 LOCAL GRAIN MARKET The prices win vary within the area due to freight rates: New Wheat 1.67 Beans - - 3.25 Corn 1 21 Oats .70 Muncie Livestock HOGS STEADY TO 50c LOWER 200-240 Ibs 24.60-25.35 240-280 Ibs. 22.60-24.60 280-300 Ibs. 21.60-22.60 300-350 Ibs. 20.60-21.66 Roughs S50 Ibs. down 20.00-20.25 American 5 NEW YORK (UW)-* the Amerlc» Stock Aerojet Ml 6 AlldCoBt U » Am Pet .«a 9 ArkUC ll<i > ASM OII&G 107 Brill! Tr 1 78 BritPel .27d e Chief ConM 11 Clary Corp 24 ;ont!Tel .40 62 Jreole 2.60» 13 DayMn .20b 122 DMIyo Cp 37 Equity .05* 36 Fargo Oils 98 Fedltesr .10 573 'elMO .150 10 rly Tiger 5k 160 FrontlerA 51 28 GnBattry 5k 11 lusky OilC 12 Calser Ind 76 Clrby Pt .35 2 Lee Nation! 2 MeadJns .48 49 Eid Utk 29H 24 M nVt 4V4 104* 5V4 27 Id 9»t 311 3% 8ft 44 UK Wi 10=V« 24H 26} » Mohuk 2Vvi 91 22'/4 Molyhdn Cp 45 55 ft Video .GO 230 New ParkM 299 tgdenCp .60 71 77tt 6 7 /i M54 Oflkiep 4.88(1 Z60Q 142 PacNwT .96 5 •erf Photo 472 SyanCn Pet 39 SeabdW Air 426 ShatlDn .20 78 SlgnalOllA 1 96 Sonotone Cp 7 tJMetal .20 40 iyntex .40 303 T«chnico .75 51 Tri Contwt 3 UtahlS -60a 4 19V'< 15 28Vi mo mi 6 7ft 9614 13' 8 35ft All latei in hunareos xcept for those design* re traded in 10-shi n full. DIVIDENDS: ated dividends; <d> ar this .vcar, no re re to (a) laym decla gular ividend; (h) capital distrl ent in stock; (k) per ceti ast year; (x) ex-dividenc f) indicates following fig n 32nds; (j) indlca tes f Is fraction in 64ths; (r) i ng figure is friction ndicates folloiving 256ths; <t> indicates r action in 16th s. Mi id i-J M If \\c\\ 1 IUIUUI New York (UPI) — National Associ- fcalers, Inc. Friday. Bid Asked Adv Fd 8.62 9.46 Affil Fd 8.87 9.59 Broad St 15.3116.55 Bullock 14 99 16.43 Can Gen 9.31 10.17 Cent Shr 11.2212.26 3HANNING FUNDS: Balan 13.82 15.10 Com St 2.20 2.40 Grwth 17.90 19.56 Incom 1.55 9.34 In Grth 8.45 .. . Spec! 3.14 3.43 Chase Fd 11.00 12.01 Chem Fd 17.1218.72 Cons Inv 9.62 10.00 Di id Sh 3.66 4.01 Dow Th 7.60 8.22 Dreyfus 26.86 29.32 Eatn Bll 11.93 12.96 Eatn Stk 16.16 17.96 Kid Cap 16.41 17.84 Fid Fund 19.2320.79 Fid Trnd 31.6234.37 Fid Mut 9.05 ».89 FRANKLIN CUSTODIAN: Fnk Cm 7.67 8.32 Fnk BP 2.71 2.98 Fnk Ut 7 28 8.00 Fnk In 3.20 3.52 GROUP SEC: Aersp 11 28 12.35 Com St 14.35 15.71 Fill Ad 10.05 11.01 Ham hda 5.55 6.07 Inc Fd 13.00 14.21 nc Bost 3.05 8.80 InvC Am 13.4414.69 Butcher r ii i i f L A M \M/\ jc we ^Vl 1 f 1 W igure (olio r. rl 1 1 INVE Mut Stoc Sele Var KEY Inv Med LPr Dis Inc Gth HGl Inc APP LPr Intl Laia Life Life Mass Mass NAT Ball Bon Div Pf Inco Stoc Gnv Penn Pric Put Put Scti SI A State Sted Tele\ UNI 1 Acc Inco Sci Un F Varie Wnds H i -il/ or VII I CHICAGO (AP) - 15 higher; ' 1-2 200-2 25.75; mixed 1-3 4.75-25.50; 2-3 260-2t 4.25; mixed 1-3 sows 19.75-20.50; bs 21.00-21.25. Cattle 3,500; laughter steers ligher; prime few cal ste 1,2 L. lAm CUst Ckf OY, Mi 23U XSVi 43H 43U . 4 4 — U 514 y Sli 51 261'j 27 34H JHit V. 14V. 14H+ V 91i 9V4+ V 414 «i . . 3 3 - tl 65 Stocks 314.29 316.07 311.94 313.67-0.7 Transactions ID stocks used ia avcrifes today: Industrials 439.600; Htilroaoj H MJOO; Utilities 88.200: Total 813,300. Baigs tl prices this year 7'/4 12 10U 41 29'..T '. «i* Vi I»s+ Y, 1014 41 — '/t 2414 26 — H 26 S3',i 54' 7614 763. 6-Vs 6»4 23ft 23ft. HO'.i 14«i- 191g 19'/4 3H 14 Stock Exchange Friday. , Sales V, Sperry Rand 177,700 ' Control Data 147.400 132.SOO 118,100 96,900 89,600 14 - % SCM .Corp 33» 32ft 33 -1 9314 9314- 14 35ft 35ft 35'/. ... 13H 13H ... (00 omitted) cd (z) which (a) plus extra: ( following figure indicates follow- in 128ths: (s) figure is fraction in INVEST GROUP: 11.52 11.5 20.65 22.45 9.87 10.61 Var Pay 8.65 9.40 STONE: B-l 23.2724.29 Med B-2 23.7825.94 LPr B-3 17.521S.11 Dis B-4 10.6711.64 9.58 10.46 7.21 7.87 HGr S-l 24.3326.64 Inc S-2 13.3914.61 APP S-3 22.04 24.05 Mass Gr 11.38 T2.44 Mass Tr 16.46 17.99 NAT SEC SER: 11.3712.43 €.39 6.98 4.9» 5.4' 7.16 7.82 6.07 6.63 8.59 9.39 10.12 11.06 Penn Sq 18.5118.51 Price TR 21.32 21.32 Putnm 16.1717.67 Put Gth 12.77 13.96 id SC 19.2819.28 \m 12.5113.53 e St 47.86 UNITED *USDS: F Cn 5.22 5.70 Varied In 5.84 6.35 NYSE Weekly Stock Soles DOW JONEI AVEKAOES — _ NEW YORK (UPD-Dow JOOM ckxlll A Inc !.<•• raue of averages: OKI Hlrt Uw detect*. »».«2 «00.55 JW.75 WM-tM „ 232.75 233.» 230.U 231.96-0.37 ArcnDn 1.60 Klndui 20 Rail! ISUUb m.«7 139.21 132.87 1H.03-0.09 HUH Uw lit: 40 Bonds 10 1st Rails . 102nd Rails 10 Ulils .995.15 . 861.14 a Balls 271.72 220.54 Ctose . 83.23 . J7.» . 84.22 .83.06 lOInbui M.54 -0.05 Dow Jones Commodity Futures Index 1924-26 average equals 100) closed a 137.66. IS MOST ACTIVE STOCKS NEW YORK (UPD-Th 15 most active stocks traded on the New York Close Ck 24V.J + 37!'. + •n't - Chic Pneumatic _. 85% 88.000 1211i 77,400 4014 - »i - V. A 64,600 Hill 64,500 72.000 76% - lY. Pac SOW Air! ... - Vi + 2 58,500 52,400 WHAT THE STOCK MARKET DID Br United Press International FrdliT Tbarsda, Wk Ato !w hishs 22 :w lows 71 Ivances 513 Declines 594 278 1385 New York Stock Exchange sales today— 1,000 York Stock Exchange Bond sales oday-S9 510.000 NEW YORK (UPIl-Selected stocks on he New York Stock Exchange today. SileslMsl High Low Close Chg. -—A A .hexCp 1.60 i 33V4 32'/s 33'A-r Adresso 1.10 138 70^; 67^i 67H-: Wmiral 1 333 108V* 105 105Vi— Vi Admiral wi 159 54^8 523i 53 — >/g Air Prod .20 15 36^1 36Vi 3(1^4- MrRed 2.50 20 63% 63", 63%+ McanAI .90 61 40 39?4 3K&— MIegCp led B 11% 11V4 IHBT Vx MLudSt 220 15 49'/n 49 49la + illcgPr 1.14 33 25V« 24«S 25V.t JldCh 1.90g illiedStrs 3 His Chi .75 ArmCk 1.20 A.hlnrlOll 1 Aesolnv 1.40 Avco Corp 1 Bath Ir 1.40 Beat Fd 1H Bcaunit I'.-j BlawKx 1.40 Bliss E W 1 Boeing 1.20 Borden 1.20 BorgWr 2.20 Bost Ed 1.76 BucyEr 1.60 Budd Co .80 ftilllrdC .60 3[irlington 1 burroughs 1 Calif Pack 1 Cal&Hecla 1 CampblSp l CanDryCp 1 CnPac 2.85d CaropL 1.28 CarolTel .60 Tier 1.60 CartrW .40a \Brcst 1.60 an 2.20 105 40 39% 39-14— Vi 4 81% 81V4 ' 81V4- Vi - 307 30V, 29 29Vi-ii Ucoa 1.60 27 88Vs 87V4 S7VS- Vi \merad 2.80 99 87 85% 86 -IVt 319 80% 78V4 7Ms+ % 30 82V4 81Vi 82V41- »i 56 545> 535, 54V4-V4 5 16V4 15ft 16V4+ Vi \racyan IVi 109 3TO 36 36%-y, fVmElec 1.32 45 39% 39% 39%+ V4 to Exp Co 41 43Vi 42V4 425'. ... ----- 1 18* 18% 18% ... 37 73V4 71V4 7M-2 91 17 16% 1«- U 26 52% 52 52 — 88 W 9V-! 95462 41ft 41V4 41Y4+ Vi 66 62 61V, 62 .. 43 21V4 2U4 21Vs— V'a 50 20!, 26>s 26Va+ W 457 53ft 53Vi 53'/4— Vi :essna 1.40 Cham P 1.30 CbmSPI 2.20 Ones Ohio 4 ChMSPSP 1 ^hi NoWst 4 Chi RItPac ChrinCrft 5k Chrysler 2 CinGas 1.10 CITFin 1.60 CiticsSv 1.60 ClevElI 1.56 Clevlte 2.10 CocaCol 1.90 Chicago CHICAGO (UPI) — Hye was higher, oybeans mixed, and wheat, corn and ats fractionally higher at the close 'riday on the Chicago Board of Trade. Wheat was up '^ to IVi: corn up % to Vi; oats unchanged to up %; rye up :/4 to 2; and soybeans off 1% to up 6s. There was continued heavy trading in oybean futures. Much of the activity ocused on July. Longs took profits on uly and August. There was smaller olumc buying on old crop Wheat futures were indcrtone of firmness. iths dth Longs sold on bulges. Small commission house buying onlinued on recessions. Trade was con- iderable. Commercial houses bought. Corn Irade was active. Prices rose ith December reaching a new season igh. Commission houses bought. The oats market was quiet and un- ettled. Ther was some selling by longs. Commission houses bought rye futures. Elevators sold on bulges. The Eange; Open Ml* lo» Close Prct. ul ~ to'Dec 20 lb 25.00-i".?! 190-240 Ibs!' COKN . . . 1.89W 1.85W 1.87% 1.86Vi . . . 1.90V4 1.92V* 1.89 1.91 188 1.90 1.86V& 1.88V-J 1.88 RR c OC to 25 DCC 1,200-1.375 lb >j£. i choice and ' RYE lb 2S.75-2fi.=(l; J" Ibs 25.00-25.75; S nrime 900-1.100 llar Dec 1.27V* 1.28'/:i Mar 1.321/4 1.32H May 1.33% 1.34V-: OATS .Inl .70 .70Vi .Ii94i .70 1.27Va 1.28V* 1.27 Vi 1.31V* 1-32 1.3Hi 1.33V4 1.34V4 1.33% iRoughs 35(M50 Ibs. ..18.50-19.25'.^,, iRoughs 450 Ibs. up ._ 18.00down!?[''. lIBoars 15.75-16.75 j;"° h * CATTLE STEADY i'bs slaughter heifers 25.25-25.75; Choice steers _ 24.00-25.00! c hoice 800-1.075 Ibs 24.00-25.25. Good & ch. steers .. 22.00-24.001 Sheep 300; small supply Std. & low gd. steers 18.00-22.00! spring slaughter lambs and Utility 13.00-16.00 ' ' " Choice heifers 22.50-24.00 Good & ch. heifers ._ 19.50-22.50 Utility ___ 12.00-15.00 26.50. COWS STEADY anrl rntforfi 1^nfL109R MARKETS AT A GLANCE FM-i-i miieia a.vv-a.a NEW yQRK (UPI) _ Mark t Utility 15.50-20.00 glance at the close on Friday: Stocks-Easier in moderate trading. Bonds—Mostly higher. shorn slaughter ewes steady; choice and prime 85-105 lb spring slaughter lambs 26.00- OPEN AT 7:00 COLOR CARIOOH AT DUSK FREE KIDDIE PIAYSROUND NOW SHOWING-ENDS SATURDAY The Colorful Adventures of \!? THE BEATLES are more Colorful than ever...in COLOR! ,*{, EASTM ANCOLOR A UNITED ARTISTS *u»sc A Real Shocker At 8:30 WILLIAM CASTLE WARNS YOUJHIS IS A PICTURE ABOUT STARRINS JOHN IRELAND • LEIF ERICKSON • A UNIVERSAL PICTURE v&fe The Funniest cometlians » A REAL ENTERTAININO since the BONUS SHOW" THE WORLD OF ABBOTHCOSTRLO began Al ^.jo AUNIVCBSAIuttCASt Commercial 14.00-18.00 Bulls „._ 16.50-23.50 CALVES STEADY Choice & Prime Veal 29.00-33.00 Good Grade Veal ___ 23.00-28.00 Commercial 19.00-23.00 LAMBS STEADY Spring Lambs 85-105 Ibs 23.00-25.00 Old Crop Lambs. 85 io 105 Ibs. 14.00-15.00 SHEEP STEADY Slaughter Sheep ... 4.00-7.00 Use Bulletin-Herald Classifieds ' May 2.98U U.S. Government Bonds—Irregularly Jul higher in quiet trading. American Stocks—Mixed. Midwest Stocks—Easier. London Stocks—Firm. Cotton Futures—Mostly steady. Grains in Chicago—Wheat closed ?4 to Is cent higher corn % to IV,' cent higher: oats unchanged to % cent higher: rye 1% to 1T4 cent higher: soy. beans % cent higher to IVi cent lower per hushei. Hogs 25 cents higher, top S25.75. Cattle 25 cents higher to 50 cents lower, top $26.75. Sheep steady, top $26.50. Storm Sash Repair Anderson Art Glass 1.25»i 1.23^ 1.29 l -i 1.27 3 ,i l.:i4Vj 1.33 1.371-3 1.36',-i 1.38'/« 1.37 3.35»i 3 ,283i 3.32-% 3.25M 3.05Vi 3-01!s 1.341; 1.37 1 /* 1.33'.i 3.31 n J 3.2/3,i 3.03 3.31>1 3.29'i 3.03'/4 . . . 2^931-i 2.M1.4 2.92Vi 2.93 2.93 .. . 2.97V.! 2.95% 2.96 10.97 11.03 10.99 11.05 11.00 11.03 10.80 10.81 10.65 10.65 10.57 10.60 10.52 10.56 10.50 10.53 SOYBEAN MEAL 10.93 10.95 10.96 10.78 10.61 10.54 10.50 10.50 10.97 11.03 11.01 10.91 10.91 10.90 . . 10.65 10.55 10.54 10.50 10.51 10.50 10.51B 10.46 88.90 90.20 87.00 88-25 88.25 87 90 88 90 86.70 87.15 87.60 83.70 85.15 83.25 83.50 83.50 76.10 76.45 73.10 73.30 72.70 72.70 77.00 74.00 73.50 73.10 73.00 . 73.00 73.00 72.00 72.25 76.30B 76.00 73.25 73.00 73.00 73.15] 72.25B 72.60 72.15B 72.50 XF.W TORK STOCK SALES Appro* final, total 6.580,000 Previous day 6.870.000 - - ago 8.329595 ago 6.439,490 ago 4,326,610 Jan. 1 to date 378,431,213 1965 to date 656,930,294 19H to date ...- 606.014,146 ADMINISTRATOR'S PUBLIC SALE OF REAL ESTATE The undersigned Administrator of the Estate of Gertie E. Taylor DeShong, Estate No. 16597, Superior Court of Madison County, will, on the 25th day of June, 1966, at the hour of 11:00 A.M., offer at public sale the following described real estate: Lot numbered 1 in Hodson's First Addition to the Cily of Anderson, Madison County, Indiana. 719 NICHOL AVENUE, ANDERSON, INDIANA. The sale will be held on the premises and will be sold free and clear of all encumbrances except taxes for the year 1966, due and payable May and November, 1967, and thereafter. Terms of the sale—said real estate will be sold for not less than two- thirds of the full appraised value and the successful bidder shall pay iO% down upon day of sale and the balance in full upon the furnishing of an Administrator's deed and an abstract of title showing good and merchantable title in and to said real estate. Purchaser will be given a reasonable time to obtain title opinion. , VERL H. BROWN, ADMINISTRATOR of The Estate of Gertie E. Taylor DeShong, deceased. CAMPBELL AND .10NES, Attorneys for Administrator. tl »H SMi ««-!i JUwCo 1J» 13 «Vi 43% 4M+ H AtilPSv M 20 3614 36Ii i- H MarMId 1.30 ttYt 2»H- V »nnco SU 3 » 54 Stti 54 — HMayDS l.M Amur !.«« 4! K U36V4 361'.- V M 53% 53tt 53Vi+ to McDonnl 68 2?i/4 26V4 27%+ 1 Hcpoiul wi 32 2114 21!. 2114— Y 92 Mil 33% 33»^ 31 K3H 83^ 83Vir 185 3^i 3?* 3Vj 310 W',i 25^ 25H+ 59 32 3H4 32 21 3:1'^ 33H SSVit 1 35 35 35 48 25% 25V« !ffl% + 2 14'. 14V* 14% 3 41% 41 41 7 491i 49^ Wt-r V^ 5 49% 49(8 49%- \i 257 41% 39Vi 41 41% 20 3»i 35V's 3554 r Vt 1> 55W 55','a 55%- r 50 77"fe l\Vt 74>s—1 92 32?i 32 32'i . 16 33% 32% 32ft— 17 18 17% 17 T /«+ : 1181 78% 76V4 TT/i + l' 55 335s 33% 33'/j— Mi 23 45Yg 45 45 - % 34 39% 38% 39%— % 50 98% 97 97 —." 3 52 51% 52 + to 182 9 8% 46 aS^ 32 32 — to 30 16% lfi% ll|>4— to 55 40% 40 40% 4- "v4 73«i- H MeadC 1.70 720 75% 76%-l% 25 27 26% 26%^517 51% 46% 51 +4 26 32 30% 32 4-1 2 27% 27% 27%— ; 12 58% 58% 5fl%-r : 31 46% 46 46 10 18% IS'/i Wi- : 24 81 79 63 15% 15W 15% Cas*(Jl) Co 37 25Mi 24% 2-'ri- W CaterTr 1.20 CnSoya 1.40 Cerro 1.60E 143 41% 60 72W 71'4 71V. 22 63 6W* 63 85 48V* 46Vi Certain-t .80 40 17% W/i 17% i- '/ 8 ColIntG 1.40 ConsNG 2.70 Cons coal 2 Contanr 1.20 Cont Air .80 ContBk 2.20 'an 2.40 ContMot .40 ContOl 2.40a lontrl Data :oop In 1.80 'ornpd 1.60 Irano 1.60 Jrownel 2 irucibl 1.20 Cudahy Co CurtissWr 1 DanaCp 2.20 DanR 1.20* Delllud 1.40 DetErtls 1.40 Dia A1K 1.10 inaStrs ,li Diners .aOfi Dislitl Sea 1 DrPcppr .90 45'«— % 30%+ 69 50'/j 50 50%-f Vi: 6 42% 42 42^— V. 121 72V* 71Vi 71%— V, 12 123 118V4 118^—2= 7 31Vi 30 31 — % 43 20% 19% 20 - 9B9 40% 39% 40 - % 21 25 %25% 25%- >,i 59 28% 2S'/4. 28W+ * - 65 45% 45" H 43','* .. 35 38% 38 "s 38% 46 46V« 45' 32 75% 75' 39 23*8 23% 303 70% 6816 395 16% 14% 50 30>i 30^=. 128 58% 57% 57%- ft 63 26% 2BM, 26%-!- M 125 27% 27 27%— M 194 58% 57 57%- V, X46 47% 47^ 47%-!- Y. 210 60% SOft 5Ki^ >/> 108 36% 36 36Vfe ... 29 48 47% 48 . + W 62 59 57% 57%— Tl 121 67'/8 66Vis 66V2— V. 22 31 30W; 31 + 9i 275 76% 74 76 -f-lW 7 4G% 46% 40% 27 65% t!5 65V4+ % 9 1S',-J 39 C3 62'.J« 63 + Vt 1474 37% 3(5% 37% + V- 39 SWt 55VJ 56 -flW 57 48% 47','s 47% . 14 48% 47^; 48 i V!: 40 45'- 4^4 44Ts—1^3 54 27% 26% 27%+ ?i 20 7=s ?'/« 7'.i -.22 20'/j 20% 20%— Va DD 33 42% 42% 42Mj— >/« 30 32Vg 31% 31%— ^s 14 24% 24 24%+ % 64 28% 28li 28%+ % 23 fi9',i 68'A GWs— : 11 34 34 9 32 3Hi 36 39% 38% ,• Pwr .vberry 3i NEngEI 1-28 NewmntM 2 \'YCnt 2.08a NiagMo 1.10 N'orf&VVs Ca N6AmA 2.80 YA Car ,90g ",'o.NtGs 2.20 So Pac 2.60 <ioStPw 1.42 SorthropC 1 Ohio Ed 1.20 OkGftE .92g OklaNG 1.12 OlinMa 1.60 Orange R .96 Otis El Co 2 OutbdM .80 OwensC 1.40 Owenlll 1.35 OxPaper .60 'acGas 1.30 >ac Lt 1.30 'ac Pw 1.16 >cT&T 1.20 'an Am .60 •anhdl 1.40 Paramont 2 "arKeDv la 'cabodyC 1 Penney Uia 'ennDx .60 PennPL 1.48 PaRR 1.60a •eopGs 1.72 PepsiCo 1.60 Permian .50 •KzerC 1.20 PhelpD 3.40 PhilaEl 1.48 PhUMr 1.40 PhilPet 2.20 •illsbry 1.15 Piper 1.403 •ittPIG 2.60 'oiarold .20 'rocter G 2 •SE&G 1.46 J ullmn 2.80 RCA 34 9% .,25% ... 3IVi— VI. DowChcm 2 ist Air .60 istSStl .90 EastK l.Wa itonY ZVx ElPasoNG 1 EttraCp 1.60 2nd Johnsn !rie Lackw ix Cell 0 2 FairCI .50b FairHIr .15d 'airmont 1 FedMog 1.80 ~ 1.20 7 9-Tt 9% 14 25% 25% Ifl 31% 31% 4 31% 31% 31T'«r % 363 88 83% M'/2+ % 75 CT'iH 66T'B 6ffi'g— % 4 39'/& 38-T6 .1fl%— 4i 46 190 188 190 + to 42 29% 29H 29W+- % —E E 461 123'/4 120% 121%— % 8 15% 1596 15%- Wi 61 139% 137% 138%— = 18 58% 5".]!B 67 19 18% 22 48% 47% 48 4 24% 24W 18 10% 10% 110 44% 40% 32 48 : FF 176 179% 175 175 —2% 108 17% 17 17%— % 15 17% 17V4 17%— % 14 '33% 33'6 3314- 'A. 14 294i 29V4 29%— Vt — H W- to 24% 48 — V Firestn 1.30 73 43% 42% 43Mi ... 123 37Mi 36% 37Vi+ 21 18 17% 17%+ % 66 4.2 41^ 41%+ ^ 425 35% 3J9s 351-1+ V-t' 40 17% l7'/» 17% ...; 287 46% 4S 46 — % 95 22% 22»,i 22%+ % 21 39% 39','j 39% ... 39 32'^ 32',% 32% -- 7 21V« 21^i 21% 3^1 is— % 22%- ».-; 7 19'-'» 18% 191s— ',ii 144 56 5*i*z 54%— VB 112 111% UWis 111%+ ',3 41 707* 70% 70'.'a— *.'* 20 60% 58% 59%— % 443 811 s 80>,i 80% ... 117 53% 53 53i/i+ Vt 50 30',£ 30% 30Vi+ Ve. 13 24% 23% 24 — -r» 185 44V4 43% 43%— % 145 34% 33% 33%— to 37% irstNSt 2a FlintholeC 1 TaPwr 1.28 UC Cp .75 dFairS .90 'ordM 2.40 oremD .50 "reeptSul 1 niehuf 1.70 inAccp 1.20 lenATr 1,45 InAnilF -40 len Caking IDynamic I InElec 2.60 rnFoocl 2.20 JcnMill 1.40 GnMot 2.20d 1.20 GPubU 1.40 Gen Stl 1.20 snTel 1.12 m Tire .80 Genesc 1.80 8 46Va 4GWg 46'/^— % GcorgiaP Ig C9 51% 51% 51Vi ... Ga Pacif \vi lillette 1.20 ten Aid .70 GliddenCo 1 Goodrti 2.20 Goodyr 1.25 GractW 1.30 Grnd U .60K GrantW 1.10 Gt AP 1.20g GtNorPap l GtNorRwy 3 GtWSg 1.60a Greyhnd .90 Immman l Gulf Mo 2.20 Gulf Oil 2 lam Paper ' !aM .55d cln .40d lershey .90 leubfein 1 Hewitt P .20 lilton H .80 Hiltomntl 5i Jomcsl 1.59 lonywl 1.10 looker 1.30 Koov«rBB 1 HousLtPw 1 met .60 HuppCorp 3i IdaoP 1.30 Ideal Ccm I IHCenln 2.40 111 Pwr 1.60 Inc Rand 2 Inland Stl 2 InsCopper I I B M 1.40 Indian- 1.80 InMining .40 InlNick 2.80 Int Pap 1.20 IntTtT 1.35 I T E CB 1 JohnsM 2.20 Jones L 2.70 Jostens .50 Joy Klg 1% Kaiser Al 1 KanCSIn 2 KanGE 1.20 KansPU .93 Kay&erR .60 ----- 2 Kennecott 6 Kennecot wi KernCL a.60 KlmbClrlt 2 Kopper 1.40 Korvttte EJ Kresge 1.60 Kresge wi Kroger 1.30 LehPtCetn 1 •h Val Ind Lehm I.69d LOFGI 2.80a IJbby Me 2i UnteltMy 5 Litton Ind 2.20 Thtr UncSCcm 1 l.nnc.SC. 1.12 Ixirlllrd 2.30 Uu Nmh 4« MickTrk 3k 4IV» 41V* 162 38 36% 37%+ 65 12% 12% 12&— 'A TxGasT 2.01 54 24 23% 23% ... 27 64% 63% 63%— 7 /a 51 52V* 51 51V*—1 32 47 46% 47 — W 74 19 18% 18%—% 55 29',-i 28i/3 87 9% 29% 29^2- % 39 40% 40 40 —1 21 57 56% 5654- U 9 31(>6 38% 38%+ % 70 18% lB\i 18<4 ... 141 48'/4 47V& 47%— '.^ 12 68^ 68% 68',fe+ % 85 51% 51% 51%+ Vit —HH 1 28V* 28% 28% + % 88 51% 50% 51% +1 67 38% 37-ls 38 — % 15 28% 27% 28%+ % 17 35 34% 34%— % 29 47« 46% 46%— % 21 18% 17% 1B%+ '/A 24 28W 28 23%+ to 20 48 47H •)$ + ?* 87 88% 85 87 I /i + 2 1 ij 50 423'< 41% 41%—13s 1 33% 33% 33%— V* 124 47% 46H 47 + to 106 37% 36Vi 37%+ % 32',-i— U 174- !f? ' fi6 42 41-"!ii 27 36% 36!« 12 36% .Ifi 1038357 343 40 463,i 46" 39 151* 1420 90 8»i 90 + a* 151 28% 28% 28% + H 124 72Vj 71% 72 — Vi 11 43 W 42V^ 42b—1 j J 41 533* S2Vi 523i— 'i 21 59% SBTi 5fl!ii— % 42 15% 14% 14%—1 18 3ftV» 3fi=!» 36\i— \i K K 76 48 47% 48 + !4 6 43% 42% 42%- % 11 28% 28% 28% + . 357 4lOT)i 46%14%- ii 20 22% 22 22 — ^ 38 36% 36 36 - % 8 48% 47 47 —1% 50 MIVj 110V£ 1I1W- % 40 37^4 37% 37»»— 14 9 68% 68W 68Vi+ % 58 51% 50% 51%+ % „ 25 27% 27V4 27W- to White Sir 1C 93 18V4 18 18 -% WinnDx 1.32 24 84 83V* B3%- % WoolWUth 1 - 4J% 42% 42%— V4 175 25% 25 25%+ % 38 14% 14V4 14V4- Vi enith 9% 9 9 — Vi fl 30i-j 30 1H 15% 15" 74 2Pi :1>. N 21-i«|- : 41 48^4 401/4 48%- ' 2 R&i,3 RA Rfl'ill 4R 43% 42H _M M— 23 43 41i,i »fc- Vt f m»Co 3 iagnvx .80 larOll 2.20 MarshallF 2 Marl Mv 1 McCro 1.20K McKess 1.70 Merck 1.20 M G M 2 MidSoUt .68 Midld R 1.10 MiniCh 1.20 M M M 1.20 MinnPIL L Missoa 1.90 Mo Kan Tex MobilOl 3,20 Mnsnto 1.60 MontDk 1.40 MontPr 1.48 MtStTel 1.12 MurpCo 1.20 NatBisc 1.90 NtCash 1.20 N Dairy 1.40 NatDist 1.60 \atGyps 2g NtLead l^d NatSteel 2'/a Nat Tea .80 .80 oln .80 :ayette .48 ;aynier 1.40 laython .80 •leading Co Republ Stl 2 1.30 Hey Met' .75 Tob 2 P -80 lobertsluv I :h GE IK :kwll 1.50 LohmH 1.60 lohr Corp 1 RoyatD .30d Rubroid 1.80 lafewaySt 1 tJosIxf 2.60 tReg 1.4Dg anDgo 1.52 ang El .40 chnley 1.40 chering 1 chlum 1.20 CMCp -40g cottPapr 1 brdAL 1.80 SearsR Co 1 namOil IVi haronSt .8« hellOil 1.90 hellTr -4Sd hellerM Ig heratn -40a imns 1.20 inclair 2.40 Klin 1.80 SoCalEd 1% OUth CO .96 SoNatG 1.30 Sou Pac IVfe thnRy 2M perry Rnd quareD .60 tBrnds 1.30 tOHCat 2'.a IdOInd 1.70 IdNJ 1-tiOd tOilOh 2.20 td Pack Cp anWar 1'i anray .60 terlDrg .BO tewtW IV-iK toneiW 3a tudcbakr uburbG .6fl ryDX 1.40a unshMn .50 up Oil .35(1 ,-lft&Co 2 Teledync ;xETi 1.16 2.40 1.05 'exGlfS .40 'exlnstr .60 ex PL .35d TexUUl 1.44 extron 1 W Thiokol .25d fidcwtr Oil imken 1.80 11 «W 3H 4«^ + 22 51% 91W 3W- »24 5i',4 53H 53*4- V» is ^^to. KM 2714- H 26 55 54W 55 + Mi 230 27 26H 26H— ft 33 45H 45 . 45%- % 2 18^i \W* UVi— Vm 53 SIVA 59 59%+ * 17 30% 29% 30% ... 57 32^ 31 32Vii + l 26 52 50% 5ir* + 161 20 52% 52'/i 52',i - 114 78% 77 78%+Hi 25 56 54% 54%-l*i 118 25% 25. 25 13 2554 25% 2H*T '/• 47 32% 32 32V4- '-4 73 7E|!6 77% 78'/4+ V-i 22 25*i 25Va 2M4+ '/« 1 91Va 91',-i 91J/i~ Vt 12 10H IWV 10%+ ',» 74 mk 88% 88%- H 125 68% 66% 67%- % 9 33 32}i 32% ... 26 33 32% 33 + '.-« 63 3ffA 35H 35%- W 26 23Vi 22% 23%+ % 111 201% 195^-t 195^—IVj 18 33 32% 32%-f '/» 22 22% 22% 22%— '/4 8 21% 21% 21% ... N N . 58 47% 46Wt 46VJ— H 47 8l(rti 85Vj 86 + J /a 66 37% 37 ' 37% .„ 27 34Vj M 34% .,. 28 30% 30% 30% ... 138 59Wt 58% 59Vfc ..44 SOU 50^ 50Vi+ '-i 10 14% 14% 14%- '/« 14 34V^ 33% 33%- >/« 16 22% 21% 2I%— V« 12 25% 25Ya 25%— V* 44 57 '56 56%- % 127 78 76% 77^i+ Ml 85 23',9 22% 23 _._ 33 H6V^ 115W 115V-1+ V< 83 50% 5014 50%— V* 14 25'/8 24Y4 W%- % 17 49% 49V4 49^i— V* 16 47T4 47% 47%+ '/• 33 32% 32V4 32%— % 127 27% 26% 27 123 121% 119% 119%-r '/« 38 39V3 38'^ 39%+ % 44 27!4 26% 26'^t- ti 8 29Vi 29J/4 .29%+ % 6 21 20% 20 T /a— Yu 33 59% 59% 593-1+ % 6 29% 29 29%+ Vt. 45 50 48% 49%+1 58 2lT'g 21% 21!i - . 60 9t|)» 90% 9Wg+ '/« 80 69% 68 68 -1& 56 22?i 22!/« 22% ... p p 74 31% 31 L /3 31'£— '.i 29 24Fs 24% 24=4+ Ui 38 241s 24% 24%- Vn 15 22% , 22% 22%+ Ii 518 76V= 74% 75$fc- ',i 10 35% 35 35 ... 20 77% 76tt 7C%—1% 82 31% 31 31 — *.'* 123 33 32% 32%- % 63 60Vi 59% 60% + V« 40 10% 10% 10%+ ',fc 14 34'/ 8 33% 34 -f 3i 77 59% 59% 5Ka+ l /k 43 37 3-T>4 37+14 118 64'A 64 64%— «i 94 19% 19 19'^+ % 63 62% 61V4 62%+ % 42 69% 63% 69%+ Vi 43 32% 31% 32 - 7 29% 29V4 29%+ % 54 50% 49% 50 + Vt, 12 35',4 34>/j 341^— V4 6 59-% 58% 59 _ _ 28 '68% 67% fiHVi+ Si 268 148T/B 147 147%— 4s 39 65% B4% 65^g+ V* 40 3.Wi 33 33 — =4 sa 60% 57 eov^+aii 499 54 53',rt 531-j— Vt 11 16% 165a 165'a -41 22'.i 21% 21%- Vi 62 33% 33% 33Va — 192 46% 45% 45%- to 8 27 26% 27 + Vii 45 38% 38% 38%- V'a 68 49 47tt 47V:t—1U 81 36% 36 36y»+ Vi 103 60% 59'* 59%—1% 140 39 38% 38 7 /« - - 17 20 : !i 2flVi 2fr1i+ Vii 30 35',-j 35 35 — U 13 28% 28VJ 28% ;- lw 21 36% 36 36%+ !i 5 123 12Hi 121'-a- V« 11 39% 38% 3!|iii-J- V« 136 36V§ ^i 35% .— 3 48 47% 47% ... 45 28^B 28'/B 281s ... 26 -}2ti 3l-?i 42 l /ii-i- ?» 35 35 34% 34%+ Ik 10 40Vi 40W 40V4 -Vk 11 34V& 34 34%- % 41 36% 35% 36V4+L 134 49% 47% 48%+lli 19 57% 57% 57T/8+ V4 896 8fl% B5V3 85%- % 53 32% 32V* 32V'4 — 12 44% 44% 44%+ 34 159 57% 56% 56% — 35 31% 31% 31%— Vi 11 30% 29% 3014+ V'a 33 60 59% 59%— %> 8 22 22 22 — % 55 36% 34V4 3.TO+1H 23 10 9%' 9% ... 8 34% 34% 34%-%4 51 62% 61% 62%+ Mi 91 66% 65% 6Wi—y* 95 36% 35% 35%—Vi 85 31V's 30% 3Q%+ to. 38 28% 28% 28Vi ,.47 34% 34% 3412—Vk 20 48% 48% 48%- Ik 1777 24% 23% 241&+ 3k 30 24 23% 23%— '/• 45 33% 32^ 33 127 66 65% 66 + Ii 82 44% 44 44%+ '-'4 262 69% 30 621*i 56 10W 23 5-11 i 69 61% 9% 10V«+ 61% raneCo .80 rransm .90g r w A i TriCont .40d TRW 1.40 OthCFox Ig JnCarbide 2 'nElec 1.12 JnOCal 1.20 JnPac 1.80 Jn TankC 2 JAircr 1.60 JnAirUcc 1 JnCorp --1M 1 Fruit .2<M !tdGas 1.70 'Shoe 2.50a JS Gyps 3a i S Ind .25d 'SPipe 1.20 iSPla 1.12d JS Rub 1.20 JSSmll .50d S Steel 2 JSTob 1.60a tnit Iltil -7fi Jpjohn 1.4R JtahPL 1.52 'anad 1.40a 'anan Asso 'ascoMt .90 'cndoC .50 'IctorCp .30 "aEPw 1.28 Vulcan 1 rn 1.30 Vahi'orth C ird Foods VarnLam 1 VashPr 1.08 WVaPIp U4 VsAlrLine I VsBanc 1.10 VUnlon 1.40 IVostAB 1.80 144 14% + % 143 35% 35% 35%+ % 4 31% 31% 31%- i* 4 65% fia'n 65%+ % 94 363* 537/ g 33%— 2% 8 13% 13V* 13»ii . _ 75 29T/8 29-% 29%— Vi 372 40 n ,439 40*g + l''j X33 130 127 129 +3 : "« 11 49'/» '48% 48Vri— 4 __T T 880 126Vi 122Vi liM'.i-HW 148 22% 224 22% 250 69% 69Vs 69Hi— J A 114 214 21'.s 21V*+ % 20 46% 45% "46%+lVri 415 110% 107% 109 — V» B6 1274125 125%+!% 11 17V* 17 17 — V*. 53 56 54 %55%— pi 42 47V4 47 47Vs+ '/H 1714— 7 /« 584 25 404 4014 34 54% 54 84 32% 324 648 98 95V4 37 23 22% 23. + V* 31 4GU 46Vs «V4 --45 30% 30 30%+ V« - U.U — 101 62V* 614 614— ?4 38 25'/H 24% 25 116 54% 53% 54% + 1 82 — SB',4— V 40%— % 54V* + Vi 32%+ % V=— Vt Vi 65%+ V* 87Vi+ ^n 71%+ % 8% . 42 37% 37V4 10 6% 64 199 89% 87% 270 7H* 70'42 81'2 8Vi 140 59% 581-i 59' T ... 8 64?i 63>/j 641-a + l 46 54% 53% 54VJ — 89 17% 16% 16% ... 22 20% 20Va 2(Hi+ Ii •1 30 30 30 — It 68 42!-i 41% 41%—I 1 * 320 661-a 64H 641-a— '» 101 44% 43% 43%- *r» 3 2flH 28% 28% U 16 27% 26% 26 s ,* . . 18 74% 73% 74Vi— V* 4 33 32% 33 V V 13 28% 27!i. 27%- »i 102 41V4 48' 17 32Vi S1W 16 46 40".'» • n 31ls- *• 42% 21U Whirlpl 1.60 WhlteM 1.60 [«TOX Cp 1 88 13 211-i 1 37Vii 371-j 37! 2- H 6 Wa lOVa 10 K J 33 19% 19 19*i . % 61 39-% 383 4 39% r ?n 19 22 21% 21%- V* 18 45',i 44',i 451*1+ 'i 277 52% Slli 5P,i— Ii. 63 31% 3114 31V3+ 'A 43 4tHi 39% 3Wi— Tk 12 37% 37).i 37Vii- =)« 73 58',-, 58 58 + -1» 35 3614 36% 36%- !» 25 27 26% 27 + Y* 13 44'/« 43% 44 13 45 44% 44%- V4 7 24% 24 24 — •!» 12 321-1 3214 32% ... 95 23',-j 23V4 23V4+ 14 XT 105 259% 257. 257V4-1MI 37 34% 3414 34U- \* 161 78% 77V4 78 — H 25 31% 30% 31% ... Footnotes — New York Stock Exchange 31 50% 30% 50% 1... b'ddigOy. 8 TG.ndreda (00 omltt*d> 15 11V4 1114 IWt ... except for those designated Hi whicli 21 75 7414 74% +1 ut traded in lO-share lota and carried 117 79 . 78'.* 78%- 11 In full. DIVIDENDS: (a) plus extra: (b) 58 62% 61% 61% . paid last year; <c) payment on acciimu- 30 — % laled divldcndi; (d) declared or pntd no ar thin year, no rcnular rate: (c) rash iiui Block; (fit annual rate plus mock dividend; (h) capital distribution; 0} IHT cent In stock; (k) per cent In stock paid nut j-enr; (x) ex-dlvirtend. FRACTIONS: f> indlratca following Uguri U fraction n 32nds,

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free