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PAGE 28 ANDERSON SUNDAY HERALD SUNDAY, AUGUST 28, 1966 'Mr. Consistency' Billy Casper Solid Favorite In $200,200 Catling Open 4-1 Choice Eyes Prize Of 135, BIRKDAU3, England (UPI) |windswept ,7,037-yard, par 73,!Wall, Jacky Cupit, Bert Yancy — Billy Casper, the reigning U.S.jRoyal Birkilale course. and Charles afford. Open champion of the sweetest putter in the game, is a solid 4-1 favorite to capture golf's biggest jackpot here next week. _ . and by special invitation, they came through to represent the U.S., England, Scotland, Wales, Ire- Knudson heads bid. Roberto George Canadian' Viccnzo of Argentina toads for South America. Peter Butler r ns Inrf Just land, Canada, Argentina, Chile, and Peter AlUss are England's ere nexi we™- _ Uruguay, Colombia, Puertojtop players while Christy Casper the Mr Omsisten-iRi,.,, Spata| Francej South O'Connor is Ireland's best LJ* ^ ifClt 'i^. r f™ S?iAfrica, the Philippines, .That Ramon Sola shoots No. 1 for cy Diego, Calif., leads a pared- down American challenge for the $35,000 first prize from the $200,200 up for grabs at the 1966 land, Japan, Australia and New Zealand. Elite Field The U.S. challenge includes Spain and Harold Herming spearheads South Africa in the absence of Gary Player. Asia and the Far East is represent:. .. .,, .1 ~r, ,. f^, M . : i'"; u.o. i;ii<u!i;iige uii.iuucs tutu uic i <u £.031 u> ICMI. Carling World Golf Champion- |G Brewer BU i y Martinda i e i ea bv Ben Arda of the ship, which opens Wednesday, i George Archei . | Terry Djll| Philippines and Hideyo Sugimo- Doug Sanders of Ojai, Calif., BiUy Maxwell, Al Mengert, g frequent visitor to Britain, Doug Ford, Bert Weaver, Ray rates second best at 6-1. Pudgy!Floyd, Roger Ginsberg, Wes Phil Rodgers of Perdido Bay, Ellis, Dudley Wysong,' Rex stiffen a strong Australian bid Fla., another regular caller, is,Baxter, Al Besselink, Labron .- - . - - . . to of Japan among others Thomson, Bruce Devlin, Kel Nagle arri Bruce Crampton -------- , ... -- ........ ------- and "lefty" Bob Charles is in an 8-1 shot aloBg with five-time: Harris, Tom Weiskopf, Art for New Zealand. British Open champion Peter 1 ------------Thomson of Australia. ;_. i . _ till •. I r\ The i^man field at one time Rookie Steve Whitaker Rampages read like an international! r »» who- of go,. But u ,e: A$ Smother Tigers, 11-1 NEW YORK (UPI) -Rookie outfielder Steve Whitaker, Bobby Richardson's potential double play ball into right field to enable the last two runs to score. Bouton, who allowed seven hits, is now 2-6 for the season. -—.McAuliffe's 17th homer in the New York Yankees to an 11-11 fifth inning accounted for the majority of the top-line MierK can pros pulled out. Arnold Palmer, still the biggest draw on the British circuit, said his, ,, , , _ , , game was "completely off" at! called U P fr ? m Toledo this time andhedroped out for| Monda y. continued his hitting a month's vacation instead, rampage Saturday night with Jack Nicklaus decided to g 0 : three late, including an inside- fishing in Florida, '(he-park homer, to lead the Dave Mai-r said "it\ tire New York Yanke ? s '? ^ 11-1 some. There's a time change, : rout of * e Detroit Ti 8 ers ' '°^ ™ <>« him. Podres is 2-3 change of food and change of: Whitaker. who has now j bus year, the golf ball. It's a rush to'™llec'ed six hits against thel McAine „ JIIINY leave the U.S. and adopt Tigers the last two nights, j ^ shpelb '° < 0 o S S' quickly and I don't think in any j including two homers, a triple \ Mine C f t o i o Mamie rf 401 case it can be done properly in jand two doubles, and is 8-for-19 ;™ l , 1 ™i',, r ' i since being brought up from Ithe minors, helped Jim Bouton Uvin his first game at Yankee •rnere-ii oe no past or jstadium sinc /sept. 30, 1964. defendmg champion at the_third BouU)n had ^ 12 ^ ^ Stadium in the interval. such a short time.'" No Defenders There'll be running of the event. Bobby Nichols of Corona, Calif., the 1964 winner, pulled out and last year's winner, Tony Lcma of San Leandro, Calif., was killed in a plane crash last month. Several reasons were advanced for the withdrawals. Double taxation, in Britain and the U.S., would have chopped the net rewards. The U.S. P.G.A. counts the Carling as "unofficial money." And the next stop on the tour is Portland,- Ore., in the far northwest. Nevertheless, 19 countries will be represented when play opens Wednesday next on the first of four rounds over the >brbb 52! Isn 2b 4 i 3010 Clinton rf 100 4000 I'epitone Ib 5 0 0 •1000 Tresil If 5 ^ .1 Freehan a 4020 Wmakr rf 4 1 1 2010 Howard c Morton II Wtrt 3b Podres p , Wckrhm p 0 0 0 0 Boyer 3b Brown ph ~ Whitaker's inside-the-park ho- Detroit mer in the second inning accounted for the first run off starter and loser Johnny Podres and the Yankees then sewed up the game with two runs in the third and six in the sixth. Leading 3-1 in the sixth, the Yankees broke it wide open as Tom Tresh singled, Whitaker doubled and Elston Howard was walked intentionally. Clete Boyer doubled in too runs to knock out Podres. Bouton hit a single off Dave Wickersham to score two more. After Horace Clarke singled, shortstop Dick McAuliffe threw 1010 Bouton p . - . Mnlxjtte p 0000 Wood pb 1000 Total! W 1 7 1 Tolili 38 1115 000010 000012 006 20«—U E—McAuliffe. DP — Detroit. 1. LOB — Detroit 8, New York 16. 2B-Whltaker 2, Tresh, Boyer, Richard son. 3B—Clarke. HR—McAoJiffe (17tn> Whitafccr (2nd). SF-Rlchardton. IP h rtrbbio Podres L. 2-S 51-39772 Wickersham 2-32200 Monbouquette 2 4220 Bouton W, 2-6 9 7112 WP-Braton J. T—2:21. A—13,273. CHUCK Is Now Working At the PANORAMA BARBER SHOP Come Out and See Him PANORAMA SHOPPING CENTER 2529 E. 10th Closad Monday Open 10 lo 8 Tu.s. - Fri. 9 to 3 Saturday Charles (Chuck) Ehrharl Identical Twins Wed Identical Twins FALL RIVER, Mass. (AP) Identical twin sisters, wearing identical gowns, wed identical twin brothers Saturday at St. Elizabeth's Roman Catholic church. In double-ring ceremonies, Jane Frances Silvia, 21, married Robert Beneyides, 26, and Joan Frances Silvia married Antone Benevides Jr. They were wed by an uncle of the brides, the Rev. Edward Oliveira of Taunton. Each sister served «as attendant for the other, and each brother was man. his twin's best Jim Tyrer, 6-foot, 6-inch, 290-pound center of the Kansas City Chiefs, wears a size 8% helmet. SUMMER LOOP RUNNERS-UP — Shown obove are members of the runner-up (earn in fhe SMke-Mor Summer Bowling League. Team members, from (eft, are Harry Robertson, Cheryl Johnson, Veniece Allensworth, Mary Janice Broadnax and Mrs. Theodore Wright Jr. (Herald Phoio) Phi! Ortega's 3-Hitter lops Cleveland WAiSHINGTON (UPI) — Phil,Larry Brown's error on an by forcing Ortega to ground Ortega pitched a three hitter I infield grounder. and Fred Valentine and Frank! The Senators chased Dowell in the seventh when I into a force out. Cltve ab r b bl Wash toward hit back-to-back doubles lo break a scoreless jitching duel Saturday as the they scored their third run on a walk to Ken McMullen, Valentine's sacrifice and a single by Washington Senators downed Ken Harrelson. Relief pitcher Cleveland 3-1 Dick Radatz ended the """Pg Pinch - hitter Vic Davalillo spoiled Ortega's shutout in the eighth inning when he blasted .L. r L...... his second homer of the year to!ATT8lDUiy CAMP .ATTERBURY, Ind. . Agreement Averts deep center field. Ortega, winning his 10th .gainst 11 defeats, allowed only « other runner as far second. He struck out 10. i union and management negoti- (AP) — A scheduled strike by the Carpenters union at the Cleveland's Sara McDowell matched Ortega until the fifth nning. Valentine opened the inning with a double and came lome on a double by Howard. Toward advanced .on a wild ators reached an agreement. Contract terms were not disclosed. Members of Carpenters Local 3080 will vote on the offer by Westinghouse .Management Services, operator of the ntch and scored on shortstop'center, at Franklin Monday. Brown ss Wagner If Tiant, p Uinton cf Cola vi to rf Whitfield Ib Gentile Ib Alvis 31) Salmon 2b abrbb (100 Brinkmn ss 4 0 1 000 Savcrine 2b 4 0 1 000 McMuIln 3b 3 I 1 030 Valntine rf 2 ] 1 000 Howard If 211 000 Krkld pr-lf 0000 000 Lock cf 400 000 Harrelsn Ib 3012 000 Casanova c 2 0 0 l Ortega P 2000 Crandal! Dvalo ph-cf 1111 McDowell p 2 0 0 0 Radatz p 0000 Sims ph-c 1000 Totals 29 1 3 1 Totals Cleveland iVashlngtan E-Brown. DP-Cleveland 3. LOB-Cleve land 4. Washington 6. 2b-Valentine. Howard. HR-Davalillo (2nd). S-valcntine. ip h r er bb so McDowell 1.8-6 6 2-3 4 3 3 4 « (aciatz 1-300010 Tiant 1 20011 Ortega W, 10-J1 9 3 1 1 2 10 IlBP-by Ortega (Whitfield). WP- ilcDowdeli. T-2:22. A-4,261. YOUR CITY POLICEMAN MAKES $ 5,750 ANNUAL SALARY (*2.76 per hour) and receives: -PAID OVERTIME! -PAID HOLIDAYS! -PAID COURT TIME! -EXTRA PAY FOR UNUSUAL HOURS! -EXTRA PAY FOR COST OF LIVING! -HOSPITAL-MEDICAL INSURANCE! -LIFE INSURANCE! -ACCIDENT and SICKNESS INSURANCE! China Closes Church Center In Peking TOKYO (AP) - Teen-age "Red Guards" defaced the French-run Roman Catholic Sacred Heart Academy in Peking Thursday and shortly thereafter the Foreign Ministry ordered the school closed, Japanese oress reports said. European embassies. vigorously protested, but apparently have received no reply, Kensaburo Seki, correspondent for the Newspaper Yomiuri, reported from Peking. Seki said the Foreign Ministry charged the Catholic mission's academy was supported by chose advocating antieommun- ism and opposition to the ideas of party Chairman Mao Tze- tung. He reported the Chinese took away the French nun teachers. The Red Guards even invaded By JOHN V. YOUNG LAWRENCE, Kan. (UPD- Unlike Alexander the Great who wept because he had no i n n i nn Ralston, Graebner _._"Win The Hard Way By PAUL BOBBINS United Press International CHESTNUT HILL, Mass great anticipation. So does his coach at to more worlds to conquer, (upl) _ Amer j c an Davis Cup sensational distance runner Jim j , • . D . . . _ J Ryun looks to his future with stars Dennis ^ton aid Clarti Graebner advanced Saturday to the semi-finals of the 86U Lawn Tennis Association dou bles championships by 'ham mering out a hard-won 13-11 13-11, 6-4, victory over two unseeded Mexican players. The top three women's teams also moved into the semi-finals Sunday at Longwood Cricke Club. And Newcombe and Tony Roche scored a 6-3, 64, 11-9 quarter-final win over Califor nla's Stan Smith and Bob Lutz Use No. 7 team. University of Kansas, Bot Timmons. 'His career is just begir ning," Timmons said this wee at an informal gathering o university athletic officials anc the press. Some beginning. Ryun, who started only four years ago but wh Has hardly stopped since alieady holds the pending worl records in the mile and half mile and the American recprc in the two-mile. This at the agi of 19, before he has ever run j varsity race for Kansas. What more could a runne want? There are some faster time M like to try for," Ryun said 'and there are lots of meets in Europe I'd like to enter.' And the 1968 Olympics. Boy Wonder The Wichita boy who was the irst high school runner to sreak the four-minute barrier n the mile also is looking 'orward to performing as a past the diminutive visitors member of the Kansas track — "If I can make the varsity." Odds are, he'll make it. Ryun, records who set Ms three within a span ol slightly more than two months starting last May, took a well earned vacation early in Augus rat is now working out in (reparation for the cross- "Ountry season. "Not much (training), but 'm getting started," Ryun aid. He had run eight miles hat day. Ryun, who now packs 170 MHinds on his MOOt-2-inc"t rame but will probably gel >ack down to 165, plans to concentrate on improving his trength. He works out with 3( and 50 pound weights anc Timmons says the program has lelped build Ryun's neck and ihoulders. And he thinks it is partly esponsible for curing a Ryun labit of swinging his head back nd forth while running. Even Dozen For the record, Ryun has run the sub-four-minute mile 12 times, two of them in relay vents. His mile record of :51.3 came at Berkeley, _:44.9 came at the national ederation meet in Terre Haute, nd., June 10, and his two-mile le Coliseum Relays in Los tageles May 13. Not bad for a youngster *ho ouldn't make his junior high chool track team. The longest ace anyone was permitted to un was 440 yards and Jim's 8.5 his freshman year wasn't ood enough. And Timmons—he also was ,yun's high school coach at Vichita East—still shudders to link that as a sophomore yun might have chosen owling instead of running. "We had a rule on the cross- ountry team that if a boy idn't.have a job on Saturday e had to come out and ran," immons said. "Jim was on a owlfog team that met on aturday." If he had not foresaken the owling team, Jim would have ad to drop out of the cross- ountry program. But it was an asy question to answer. "I wasn't doing that well at owling," Ryun said. "It wasn't really a tough decision.'^ Soviet Moon Vehicle's Silence Unexplained MOSCOW (UPI) - The Soviet ifter Lara's service had been Broken in the 23rd game. The second set continued until Ralston evened matters at 11 games each when Lana again was broken. Loyo-Mayo and Lara were ipset in Hie first game of the inal set and the two teams traded serves to the end. Roche and Newcombe, the .965 Wimbledon doubles winners, broke Lutz in the eighth game of the first set before winning and captured the jecond set after breaking Lultz n the third game. Smith, who rooms with Lutz Second-seeded Rals'ton-Graeb- Deeded Francoise burr of France Md Australia's Gail Sherriff breezed by unseeded Mimi Henreid and Emilia Burrer, 6-2, 6-3. aer overcame Joaquim Loyo- Mayo and Marcelo Lam in i match pitting the strength and experience of the Americans against the cunning, guile and speed of the scrappy Mexicans Ralston and Graebner, who iad been somewhat sluggish in ;wo wins, turned on the muscle Saturday. Ralston had 15 aces while Graebner fired 14 unre- wnable serves. Graebner ended the 62-minute first set by drilling four points U.S. Amateur Set This Week At Merion By ED McFALL ARDMORE, Pa. (UPI) —A ield of ton golfers will tackle :he famed Merion Golf Club :his week when they tee off in ;he 66th U.S. Amateur championship. The 72-hole medal play ournament gets underway Vednesday at the suburban 'hiladelphia course that has wen the scene of some of the nost dramatic moments in golf listory. It was at Merion that Bobby Tones won the U.S. Amateur in 930 to complete his famed 5rand Slam, capturing the iritish Amateur, the British Open, the U.S. Open and the U.S. Amateur all in the same ;ar. In 1950, Ben Hogan, the pro ;olf great, made his dramatic cmebsck from a near fatal utomobile accident to capture he U.S. Open in a gruelling layoff. at the University of Southern California, lost his serve for the tin. In ladies' play, top-seeded Maria Bueno and Nancy Riehey entered the semi-finals with an 11-9, 63 - victory over 10th- secded Stephanie DeFina and Tory Fretz; Billie Jean King and Rosemary Casals, the No. 2 entry, struggled by ninth- seeded Lynne Abbes and Valerie Ziegenfuss, 7-9, 6-2, 8-6; and third-seeded Virginia Wada and Winnie Shaw, the English Wightman Cup stars, overpow- sred Esme Emanuel and Maryna Godwin, the seventh- seeded team from South Africa, match, eighft. •2, 7-5. In another Mastery Of Marichal Is Big Mystery By JOE SARGIS UPI Sports Writer SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) — Maridhal of the San Juan Francisco Giants is at a loss to xplain his mastery over the ers in Candlestick Park, is not complaining, while Angeles skipper Walter Alston calls it "one of those wings iu baseball which are difficult to understand " Marichal, pitching despite a tall sore left ankle which was leavily taped, beat the Dodgers in the Giants' home park for the 13th straight time Saturday *-*. He has never lost to Log Angeles in the windswept park on San Frar.'cisco Bay "The Dodgers are always tough." said Marichal. who ran his 1966 record to 19-5 on an Jignvnitter. "Maybe because I know they are tough I just pitch a little harder. I know one tang, though, I like to beat ;hem because they are always the team to beat in a pennaiit Jinx Broken Alston, who saw his Dodgers lip two games behind (he in lihe waning National -oague race, recalled that Bob BnW, now with the Philadelphia tallies, "used to beat us just as regular once. But for a similarly unexplained reiison *e caught up to him some- mere along the Erse and I don't hmk he has beaten us since, at east not in the last couple of reasons." Marichal, who hurt his ankle while running in the outfield in Chicago a couple of weeks ago, said he still feels a twiivga of pain every now and then. "It's not perfect yet," he explained, "but it is getting stronger every day. I think I'll iave to have it taped maybe or the rest of the season There is no use in taking any chances now, because the team needs me." Wins Big One Marichal, as has been his And in 1960. the U.S. team custom throughout most of the Union Sunday remained silent u -^- Amateur. von the world amateur cham- ilonship with the help of a nidgy. 20 - year - old college Indent from Ohio State who "is ow miking cmite a living on IP pro golf circuit —Jack Nicklaus. Two other members of (hat : ).iO world amateur .'.earn, 3o?.ne Beman. Bethesda. Md., nd William Hvndman, III of learby Huntingdon Valley, Pa., .ill be in the field of !50 who ave qualified for the current The defending champion is 4iic -itcu uutuua trvfll UlVdUeC ., t ,' -f T „„„ d^lrte^^^p^ We.Uay'tTorbH yc^ Robert * Mi,orph y ;.,r: hune Dorirs tsTnf Man nn Sn ti Oi e moon and match America's | of Nicnls, Fla. Murphy won the dJl tho 7±±? °" a l™ lunar Orbiter in -a picture-] 1W_ NCAA chamnionshiD and said the Japanese reporters takfiig mi>hi'to "select landTng i finished" 13th in 'this' y«ai : 's u's! sites lor the first man on the!Open a'. San Francisco. 1 Supporting the 3nlipartyj mo0 n '• Another young amateur Itt- ipiirgc. apparently under spon-l Sir Bernard Lovell, director ' ' " ;SPrship of the propag.-irJa min-| 0 f Britain's giant radio-tele- istry, wearing reil armbands and scarves, the youths huried [scope ' Jodrell Bank station, ,insults at foreign residents in fired at 9:49 p.m. GMT (5:49 .. , ]p , I Peking and assaulied overseas p.m. EOT) and that its signal Vill be" Billy Joe I Chinese, back to live out their ceased five minutes later at!r!- r g an ton K T C Tec iremaming years in their home- 9-54 p.m. GMT. land. The Japanese correspondent reported the teen-age movement ;had spread to Tientsin, Shang- jhai and Canton, where the youths terrorized Chinese they regarded ns bourgeois or upper !c!sss. Japanese reports said the Your policemen havp the added expense of Hie following: He is obligated lo have telephone service, since he is on call 2<I hours a clay. He must pay to have his uniforms dry cleaned. Your policeman is prohibiled by law from belonging to a union. Your policeman is prohibited by law from striking for higher wages. Most policemen are forced to work at extra jobs for adequate income. Your policemen are appealing lo you. Ihe public, to assist them in their reiiuest. for a $500.00 salary increase and a paid hospitnlization insurance program. You can support them by calling the mayor or cily councilmen. The city council meets Monday, August 20th, lo decide on policemen's salary. This mooting is open to Ihe public, and you're invited to attend to support your policeman. F.O.P. LODGE NO. 48, WAGES AND HOUR COMMITTEE HOBART R. CHANDLER. President. JACK BURKE, Chairman youths in Peking defaced the Sacred Heart Academy by slapping posters on the walls reading: "Christianity is akin lo im- pendism," "Get out foreign devils," and "Chase out running reported Luna ll's retrorockets current season, was the Giants' stopper in the game which enabled San Francisco to reclaim first place in the three- team National League race. Pittsburgh, by losing to St Louis, 5-1, slipped back to second a half game back while the Dodgers remained in third place, two lengths off the race While the Giants' dressing room was full of laughter the Dodgers dressed quietly in their stalls and left the park without their usual levity. Sandy Koufax, who beat the Giants ore Friday night for his 21st victory, said "it's still a long way to go. ^he team which gets hot in the final 10 games is going to win the pennant. "Sure, every game is impor- minary is 18 -vear-oW Bobby tan:" he w^a on " u^aSy' ™?».^J£?'^ *<** « BfUe to choose beS TED APPEARS TIELESS COOPERSTOWN, N. Y. (AP) — Frank Ryan, a bat salesman from Louisville, lost Si when Ted Williams appeared without a tie during the latter's induction ceremonies at the Baseball Hall of Fame. Ryan had wagered that the current British Amateur champion. I hers comoeting Joe Patton. Ted Bishop, game's last .400 hitter would be I course, wearing a tie. Williams appeared in a sports jacket, slacks and a golf shirt buttoned at the collar. , Weston, Mass., the 1946 champion, Gary Cowan, Ontario, Canada, Ed Tutwiler, runner-up in the 1964 amateur, Ray Terry, son of Bill Terry of New York Giants baseball fame, and William C. Campbell, Hunting- Ion, W. Va.,, 1964 titlist. The field will be cut to the low 60 after Thursday for the final 36 holes on the par-70, 6,529-yard' the Dodgers, Giants and Pirates. Chances are we'll all stay close until Oiose final 10 games and then one of us will get hot down the stretch and take it all." ACC Handicap Ends In Ties A tie developed in the Anderson Country Club's annual Handicap tourney as Teams 1 and 3 deadlocked for first placo with a best-ball score of 59 Members of Team I were P. . W. E. Schofield, E C. clogs of imperialism." Yomiuri said the youths did JET AIDS APPROACH SHOT not enter the classrooms but tl'ey made it impossible for the school to hold classes by blocking entrances. The teen-agers refsued lo lis- len (o students, their parents, or foreign diplomats who asked them to quii Hie campus. Sacred Henri, built more than ,40 years before World War II, had maniiged to remain independent of the Peking regime in educating foreign children. NO CHANGE INDIANAPOLIS (AP)- Raising Ihe gate admission from 75 cents to $1 is getting fairgoers and cars into Ihe State Fair twice as fast, gale superintendent John George reports. Opening day attendance was estimated at 50,000. LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) Mortician Carl Ratterman discovered a new aid for his golf game — a jet plane. Ratterman's approach shot at Big Spring Country Club missed SIGN SAMPLE .... , PEEKSKILL N.Y (UPI) _;"an-is a™ i'- M. Lucas. Team ,The New York Jets havc, :is P la y fi i's included D. R. Porst a ted that Johnny Sample, ! tcr ; M - G - B a le s. Bill Broderick who started his pro career with! 8 "" E - L - Bennett, the Baltimore Colts under Jets'! A tle a' 50 occurred for second General Manager and Coach j position between Team -I, con- Weeb Ewbank, has been signedisistmg. of G. T. Hitz, H. E. --„-.„- try <• thic cup on the No. 4 green by an inch or two. Before he could get to the if jchedujed_to_play_i: j as a free agent. The 29-year-old Sample, a graduate of Maryland State, Will join the Jets' defensive backficld at left cornerback. He in the green, a jet started warming up at an airport across the road. While Ratterman and his golfing partners watched in a'mazc- ment, the jet's blast blew the ball into the cup. LEAGUE RECORD NEW YOP.K (UPI) - .The American League single day attendance record was set May 30, 19411, when 195,544 fans turned out for games. Bowling 30c at Bains AMF balls $12.95 Holes plugged $2.50 Trade your ball on a new one. Join new Thurs. morn, women's league. Leagues save $600 a year at Rains. Campbell, R. D. Williams and P. H. Borden; and Team 5, namely W. K. Black, T F Smilh, W. W. Gemberling and D. T. Fisher. Porter was the chairman of the committee for the event and J. R. Fitzsimmons was co-chairman. The committee also included J. H. Bolles, P. E. Schrenker, R. L. Gross and C. II. Toedtmann. TORMOHLEN SIGNS ST. LOUIS (UPI) -Veteran Gene Tormohlen has signed a I96fi-67 contract with the St. Louis Basketball Hawks, owner Ben Kcrncr announced Thursday. f • SUNDAY, AUGUST U, 1966 ANDERSON SUNDAY HHALD PAW » Financial News From New York With Weekend Summaries Big Selling Continues To Hit Market NEW YORK (UPI) - Heavy selling continued to plague the stock market this week anc prices dropped sharply. The Dow - Jones Industrial average retreated 24.06 on the week to finish at a new 1966 low of 780.56-its lowest level since it stood at 776.44 on January 21 J964. Rails dropped 7.52 to a new low of 195.03 and utilities backtracked 4.67 to a new low of 120.90. However, the drop in the indicator reflected only a portion of the week's deficit since it did not reflect the many king-sized declines among the glamor issues, particularly airlines and electronics. The week started on a soil note with a 12.59 drop in the Dow-Jones indicator and another 1.89 loss on Tuesday. Prices rallied on Wednesday and boosted the average 9.41. There was some buying in the market Thursday morning but when it petered out the indicator sagged 7.18. The average plunged more than 10 points by midday Friday, recovered, then plunged again to finish off 11.81. Trading for the week swelled Shares a week before and 18,183,790 shares in the same week last year. Of the 1,565 issues traded, 1,369 retreated and only 131 advanced. There were 970 new 1966 lows and only 4 new highs. This was the largest number of new lows since 1,000 were registered in the week ending June 1, 1962 — the week President Kennedy confronted the steel industry over an across- the-board price hike. Brokers said worry over the rising cost of borrowing, the decline in the supply of lendable funds and concern over the later effects, of these factors on the economy and thus corporate profits, sparked much of the selling. The apparest steady erosion of the Viet Nam situation, as underscored by Defense Secretary MnNamara's statement Thursday that there were clear indications North Viet Nam has decided to continue pushing the war at a "high level of intensity," only aggravated the situation. Also, they said, traders are still concerned ovet the possibility of wage - price controls in the near future. President Johnson said Wednesday that controls would be needed eventually but that he was not ready to recommend anything at this time. The outlook, according to a number of analysts, is pretty gloomy at this point. There had been some hope the market would find support when the Dow-Jones average reached the 800 level but since that has been penetrated they .are reluctant to cite another possible support area. The list, they said, may see a few technical rallies but, they warn', these sudden high powered upswings should not be considered a turning point in the market's trend. The experts said no change in the market's course can be expected until the underlying causes of the slide are corrected. Sperry Rand was the volume leader. It dropped 2'/ 4 to 28 1 / 8 on 1,243,700 shares. The stock was bid up early it the week on i reports it would market a dcsk- 1 top copying machine made by NYSE Wee NEW YOR KlUPD-Slocki (tided on the New York Stack Exchange this week WEEKLY NEW V01K STOCK SALES Total tor the week 40,532,875 Week ago 32,514,160 Vear aeo 18,183,790 Two yean aso 25,528,270 January 1 to data 1.290,628.405 1965 to date 819,211,299 1964 lo date 819,211,299 NEW YORK (Urn-Following lJ a record of the stocks traded oo the New York Stock Exchange this week. Sales(hils) High Low Last Chg Abacus -50d 4 13?i 13(i 13% Abbott Lb 1 229 4« 37 39144- M ABC Con .80 179 21 191/5 19?.- Vt AtoiCP 1.60 52 29!i m't Wh-lVt AcmeMk 2R 39 45ft 42H 43 ~2 AdExpr 2.29 97 28 27 27 —1 Ad Millis .40 ttfi 16 13% 13H— 2W Adresjo 1.40 549 60(4 5314 5414-4W Admiral .50 1782 48% 42-H 4214-2% Acroquip Ig 38 3T/t 35 35—2 Air Prod .20 241 31¥t 2954 29%-3% Air Red 2.50 171 5814 SSft 5554-W A J Industrs 344 4'A Vh 4V4- Vi AlaGas 1.80 34 32% 31(4 tWt— Vt Alberto Clvr 126 10% 954 9%— H Alcan At .90 755 29% 28 28%— Vt AUgh6pf .60 14 » 27!4 27ii-2 AlLudSt 2.20 197 48 tSVt 4«— M AllegPr 1.J4 258 23V4 22% 22%— Vt AllegiWst fi z40 99 99 99—2 Allenl 1.40a 10 27V4 26?, 27V4+ Vt AlldCh 1.90g 1285 36% 35 3514-1 Alld Kid .85 46 16% 157. TOi— Vt AlldProd .50 130 39 33V, 33y4-5% AlliedSt 1.32 208 28K 26% 2714- « Alld Sup .60 106 13% 13 13 — Vt AllisChl -75 748 2514 23% 23%-% AllisCpt 4.20 16 9354 91V< 91M-2»i AlphaPC .50 ]93 914 814 SVi- % Alcoa' 1.60 466 76" 7214 7254-33! AmalSg 1.20 17 2314 22'A 2214— « Amerace Ig 49 -25s 21,4 .2.4— Xmcrcn 1.90 x!4 39'/s 38 38 — K AmAFil 1.40 15 42 1 /* 48 40 —X AmAi.-ln I'/i 1151 691-4 59',H 59','i — 9',^ Am Baker 1 64 1614 Ifi IG — % AmRankN 1 5 25'A 2514 251S— Vt AniBkNpt 3 1150 731i 7114 73'/2 i 2'/4 A Bosch .60 157 22'/4 20 20 — 114 A Brest 1.60 187 7714 74 74 ~2 Am Can 2.20 465 5014 47 47'/4-3 A Can pf 1 : 14 56 32% 31% 31%— IVi AmCemt .60 41 9% 914 914— Va A Chain 1.60 46 32Y4 32 32 —1 AmCom 1.60 26 4014 37W 3714-3M AConsu .75e 37 1454 IH4 12%-214 A Credit .72 16 1254 1214 1214 AmCrySg 1 29 1654 16 16(4- « AmCSpi 4Vi Z20 79 79 79 —1 AmCyan 114 507 36% 34% 34'/.-l>,4 11 Dist 1.40a 20 29 2814 2814- Vt AmEIec 1.32 493 34% 33 3314—1% 1 Enka 1.10 89 3654 3414 3414-2% Am Bxp Co 210 32 2SYt 2954-154 A xCopf 6 5 85 83 83—3 AForP 1.16 '62 17% 1654 17—14. A Hoist 1.20 30 24 22 2354- % AHom l.BOa 360 6614 6314 6314—314 AHomepf 2 143 5454 5214 5214-214 AmHosp .40 231 39'/4 36'/4 37%-l% Amlnt 1.26U 23 M'/4 13% 14 - Vt Amlnvs 1.10 51 1714 1714 1714- 54 AMachT- 1 .90 766 1554 1414 1454— 54 AMctCl 1.90 339 43% 3954 3954-354 AMtClpf 414 4 10514 102, 102 -654 AMetPr 1.10 86 3454 3254 3254— "/» Amer Motor 1065 9% 8Vi. BK.— '/a A NIGS 1.8fl 219 38 3514 3614 1 Vt AmNews IX 45 1914 1814 1814— % A Optic 114g 137 6054 58 58%— 2 ftmpr VhoUl 512 7'* 6% 6 7 /n— 14 APotash 11-j 186 3154 2914 2954—114 AHcscli .15d 497 3!H4 3354 335'a— 3'/4 Amcr Scat 1 30 18% 1754 18'/4- Vt Am Ship .60 67 1154 10(4 1014— 54 Am Smelt 3 271 5G54 5354 54V4-)- Vt AmSAIr .70 597 41 39'/4 3954 + 154 Am Stand 1 429 1714 15'/. ISy.-Bi Am Std ft ^ Z20 140V4 14014 140V4-3 AmSteril .80 X55 2954 2714 28%- 54 A Sugar 1.40 124 25% 25 25 — -14 ASugr pf .68 30 12 11% 11%- Vt AmTtT 2.20 6034 5254 5014 5054—114 -\m Tob 1.80 689 3114 30 3054— % AmWatr .56 68 13V4 1214 12%- 14 AWtr or IVi 5 20'i 20V4 201A+ 54 AWtrpf 1.43 1 25V4 2514 25V4— % A Zinc 1.40a X32 2354 2214 2254- Vt Ametck 1 72 2454 2214 2214- 54 Amp Inc .60 121 561/4 53 53 —3 Ampes Cp 2099 2454 21(4 2114— Hi Amphonl .70 416 2454 21-54 21%— 214 Amsted 2.20 85 43 40V4 4114— Vk Anacnda 4a 1065 7054 6554 6614-354 AncHG 1.40 204 4814 4614 4714- 14 AnderClay 1 37 2754 2654 27 —1 Anken Chm 400 14% 1314 1314—114 Apco Oil 4k 137 1754 16 16 — % ArchDn 1.60 94 38% 37% 37%- 'A ArizPSV .92 137 2614 24-14 24%-l'/i Arlans DStr 210 IS'/. M'A 14W.-114 .\rmt-o Stl 3 376 50'/« 4954 50—14 Armur 1.60B 306 35% 31% 3H4-354 Armurpf 454 13 77 7454 75 —3 ArmCK l.SO 239 4954 47 47M-2V4 ArmCpt 354 zDO V9 78 78 -2 ArmstR 1.60 29 40 37(4 37(4—354 Arc Corp 1 12 24'i 2214 2214-2 Arvin 1.20g 8« 275« 2614 2614-l'/4 AshlndOil 1 304 2814 2614 26(4-B4 AshlOpI 2.40 35 5814 57,4 5714-154 AsoBrew .40 161 Wt 1254 1214— H4 AsDrGd 1.40 238 525s 49 49 — 3v4 As Spring 1 68 21% 20(4 2014-H« As Trans .80 X82 1854 1654 1754-h (4 Assolnv 1.40 7R 21(4 2054 205i— V4 Atchisn 1.60 137 29(4 2754 28'/i— ',4 Atchinpf .50 184 954 9 9—54 AtlCtyE 1.14 74 2754 2614 2614-114 AHClyEIpf 4 Z110 7754 7714 7714-2Vj Atl CstLn 3a 77 67 6254 63 — 4Vi Attftich 2.80 320 8354 8014 805ft— l ; !i AtRchpf 35i Z570 74 71'A 7114— 214 AtlRch prf 3 207 7754 7314 73V4— 4 At as Ch .80 X236 1654 15V4 1514- 'A At as Corp 1152 314 314 314- 54 AtCp pf .75c 7 16'/4 16(4 1614— 14 AuroraP .40 X84 1954 17',4 1754—154 \ustin N 50 14 16 1554 1554— Vt AusNpl 1.20 1 37 37 37+1 AutoRctl .60 159 50 48 48(4— 154 Avco Corp 1 777 2314 2154 2154— »4 A,-nol SHe, 1JJ 1H1.4 IK 1C 1T,^ Saxon Paper. i Avoni'r 1.20 432 S WA 8oV;— ZH ' Magnavox was second in the . "R active list with a loss of I'/s at SO's on 772,400 shares. It found ln°ncock i"" 240 331" 31 321.+ »*i ; demand early in the week from; nakwoii .50 m iovi 9?i ay.- '/. ' • ,-i i- i u „ 'fl.-lUGE 1.44 115 32-^ 3(Hi 31 —1% institutional buyers. ImiGsrf JM, -an suvi a? si -K American Telephone dropped iBiGEptc 4 zi'io TIW TBI 76»s— m I 1 -, to 50% on 603,400 shares in 5 a " * °!™ * i"',? ™ A S'^IS j ... tu uv ,0 w , ^ i DanfiS^ -10d 9fi 25->n 24 24 — l}a third place. nmnpi Hi 10 MV, aw 26'/;-3 Airlines were sold off -sharply.; Barter on .« « w. JJVI-K KLM sank 25, Northwest 22i/i,|S;f ,™ 2I j|s ]„£ ." \n;~ '' Delta 20%, Braniff 19g, Eastern n.tcsMt .10 30 i2>« in; 12 — »» .Wt, National IS'/s. Continental ""J^J'i '-jJJ 4 J° jjji'- Jj'J w*-i" • la's, Trans World 14 5 s, Pan haxtcri'. '.i\ .:i» ifl! 31-5 3i'\r *,* i American It's, United 10-Vi, "w* c ^ »«j ,^ £'• ,»Jp J? American 9'i and Western B!l. ),,,",« .BO 27 27* 25 is'*-n'il Electroncis were also de-; K.-.II /<i Mi « 48 44% 4S!.-2|« f pressed but sustained compara- %.*'*$ J '~ ?J$ J°- (i "^ *,/,!',• lively small losses. Motorola nccksime pf zio BO no' so — i ; paced the slide with a loss of £*£, -™ »» »| «« ««, 21 points. The stock sank 23-:i BMd , A .ao in 29',. 26,i 27M.-KR in Friday's selloff. It said Fri-i^hcRR .2 ,110 3_ra 37__ 3ra+ ;i i day it will cut prices on some of its inta-grated circuit products. IBM dropped 2(R'8.Fair: child Camera lost 13%,. Texas Instruments 12%, Beckman 7, ' Litton 6%, Scientific Data Systems G-Tit and Collins Radio 4%. General Motors dropped 3%. i Ford shed 114 but Chrysler gained the same amount. Brokers said the rise in Chrysler may have stemmed from a report that institutional investors were selling G.M. and Ford and buying Chrysler. Du Potn dropped K, East- mi Kodak lost 5',z, Union 1 Carbide 4 : !» and Dow Chemical 2'/«. Oils were soil, Continental dropped 5!», Union Oil of California !'•}'«, Universal Oil Products 5% and Standard Oil N.J. VI'.'K. Steels were lower. Jones & Laughlin dropped 4c. Lukens and Wheeling shed 2'/i, Bethlehem lu Youngstown Sheet IVi and U.S. Steel 1. Xerox skidded 13%. Polaroid dropped 10%. Corning Glass retreated 13. Comsat gave up 6'/>. Hccla Mining toppled 814. Inter! national Telephone was cut back 5'/i. Aircrafts were lower with Boeing and Douglas pacing the slide with losses of ,10% and 7Vt pectively. Copper Range lost 7. Kaiser Aluminum gwc up 3'/4. AnacoKda Copper loll 37.7 and Cerro retreated 4. Johnson & Johnson fell 10. Upjohn backtracked 6 , Bristol .Hycrs 5 and G, D. Scarle 4'/s. liL'OCIl.^ 1.4U ^1, 03',-J 34-,4 34-,-J — -,'4 BcccliLSpf 2 54 56 545i 55-T4+ % BelcoPct .50 250 16% 15-li 1554—114 Beldnlly .70 8 16 15(4 15(4— -14 Belli-Hll .50 671 4654 4114 4154—1% lie 1 Intctl 5i 245 854 814 8',2+ -5i Beiutix 2.40 237 6854 65 65*4—1 Bendix wi 39 3414 3254 325i, — ]% BcnFin 1.60 235 3654 33'/« 33!4-3i'i lien r pf 211 11 4Hi 40 4114+ 54 BenF pf 4.30 t5 7714 7314 73(4—414 B«nF pf 41<i 6 tfiVt 75% 7554— 754 Bngucl .05d 1113 254 214 254- (4 Bcrman Lsg 59 714 6!i «4— -54 Best Co 1.40 29 3014 2914 29(4—1 Beth Stl 1(4 1719 31(i 2954 2954-1(4 BiRClnw .80 X99 215, 2054 20(4- 5i Black D 1.40 138 5254 48(4 5214 + 4 BUnvKi 1.40 126 2554 24' 25 — % Bliss&L 1.80 20 34 32' 3254— 5s Bl ss F: W I 242 17 16 I6( R — 54 Bobbie B .70 100 3354 32 3254—1 locini! 1.20 1787 6I5» 50' S0(i— !l«4 BokpCiis .25 279 25 22 221s-l!:i Bnlscpf 1.40 147 37'4 .'14 36 i I Bond Sirs 1 18 I9(v Ifils 1914— '4 Hook 1.20.1 29 2-15s 23 2354 -t- *l Bortlon 1.20 266 345s .12 3214- (i BnrgWr 2.20 270 4114 3954 4014— 5i Bnrnin F .80 1)3 1414 135s 14 — (4 BostEd 1.76 105 3814 35,5 3514-254 Visions Me 146 I6'/< 1514 151/4— 1 llost& Me pf 43 27 26A 2614— Vt Bciurns Inc 528 2314 1914 20'A— 254 Iranilf Air 643 8514 65 6514—1954 BrigfisAS 2a X30 4154 40 %40'/4— Vt Bris My 1.60 243 100 9514 9554-5 Broadll 1.40 11 3654 3514 .16%— 14 Bklyn Un 114 211 27Vi 2654 2654-1 HrownCO .60 143 I91i 17V4 1714-154 Br Co f! 114 55 2854 2B54 27%— li BrShrp 1.4r> 72 3154 29 3R4-1 BrShoc 2.10 9 49'/4 48% J9 + I/, Brunswick 1139 8(4 7V4 714— 14 Bucknshm 1 1B4 13% 13 13 — ','t BucyEr 1.60 498 2714 24% 2514-154 B Hid Co .80 249 lS',4 14V4 1414— * B-JdgtF .64g 39 10-H 1014 10-14+ <!i Budcetpf .60 8 8ft 8V, 8%- Vt Buff Fg .90d 10 33 3154 3154- Vi BulIardCo 1 154 2114 17W 19(4 + 114 Bll ova .60g 81 17V ( 16-14 1654— % BunkH 1.20 .155 3914 3314 ,1414-!14 Rlirllnd 1.20 317 3454 33 G314— 1(4 Blirmly .40 -121 29'4 2SVi S6-/4-I14 Burroughs 1 3139 825's 73 7314-S14 Bush T .20e 45 2.154 2154 2P/S- l-5n BVDCo .50 467 245'. 23 2314-l'A ^ Ca g<in .M M 3fl M 96- — 3Vt Calir Flnino H 4 «i ]«- Vi kly Stock Calif Pack 1 122 ZtVt 2244 23'/j-l CallklUUi 31 .135 12V* W/* lOV'j-lVi CalHcla 1.2U 492 38V4 33 »%-5y« CamKL .45a 159 25H 23Vi 23^-2 CampblSp 1 290 27% 25% 27^-1- Hi CUiDryCp 1 65 27% 25^4 25V4— 2" CnDrypl 4K zlO 79 79 79 — Ifc CanSoRwy 3 t230 57 57 57 CanBnv .40 xS 6% 6',-, g^- v* CnPac 2.83d 156 53'/i 49 SOVi— Wt CanatRn .90 20 13% IWi 13'A— ^ Canteen .SO 201 25 23^ 23%— V: Cap C Brest 115 29 28 2BU- % Carb Co 1.30 155 3944 35'/i 35V,i— 4Vi CareyP 1.60 X16 35*k 34% 34?i— % Carlisle .90 547 4914 42 42%— 7'A CaroPL 1.28 93 43V« 41% 42V*— V« CarolTel .60 22 18-H l?^ 17%— ^i Carp St 1.40 110 30,4 29 29,4— 1% Carrier 1.60 214 67% 59 59 —8% CarrCpf 214 ZlOO 42'^ 42V^ 42Vi CarGen .50d 13 27% 26'/i 26'^— IVi CartrW .40a 455 13^ 11% UK— IK Case(JI) Co 308 25% 22Vi 22'A— IVi Castle Cke 1 71 2S>4 25'/ B 25 J /«— 2Vk CaterTr 1.20 570 3741 36 Vs 36'/a— «i Ceco Cp 1.20 56 29W 28V4 2SVt— *.' t Celanese 2 493 63% 60'/s 60^4— 3Vi Celanspf M 16 76"^ 75W 75H— 1 Cencoliw .30 397 35% 32 33,4— Vt CenAsS .90d 105 31 30 30y 8 + % CenPdy .30d 77 11 9V« 9IA— Wt CenHud 1.28 46 28W 28 28Mi+ Vt Cent 111 Lt 1 X47 22^ 21% 21%— % Cenlllpf 4^ z40 84% &VA MVi+ Vt Cen III PS 1 58 22 21ft 21%— m CnMePw .96 81 17% 17% I7%— & CentSW VA 223 38% 36^ 37 — 1% Cn Soya 1.40 36 58Va S5Vi 55V— 2% Cerro 1.60K 1058 37V t 33^ 33Vi— 4 Certain-! .80 210 14 l3Va 13^i Certaln-t pf 128 15 14% 14K— ~4b Cessna 1.40 272 40Vi 37 37 —2% CF4I ,2M 270 13% 12V4 12V4— 1 CF&Ipf 2% 3 47% 46% 46%—% Ciiadb Goth 149 4% 4H 4H— ft ChamP 1.30 195 3V& 28 28 —3% Chmppf 4ft zllO 84 83K M +•% ChmSPI 2.20 56 39W 37W 37%— a^ ChaseMBk 2 174 50qi 48% 48%— 1% Checkr Mot 4fi Wi, 12Vi 12'/«— ] Chcmtrn IVa 275 46',*i 40 3 /! 43 — 3Vi Chemwy .20 20B 7 6'/j 7 -;• ',f Ches Cp 1.60 10 40 38>/j 40 —14 Ches Ohio 4 381 65 fiiv* ez- 1 !— 2'/4 CftcsPnd .GS 286 25 22 Va 24% 1 % Chi E 111 Ry 65 131/4 12% 12%— % Chi Gt West 324 53'^ 47 47 — 6^i ChGWp! 2'/j 89 58 51% 5246—214 ChMSPtP 1 517 40% 34% 35^—3% ChMStPp! 5 23 77'^ 73 74—4 Chi Music 1 xW. 32^4 31V* 3iy<— 1 ChiNoWst 4 816 94^ 83% 84 —9 ChiNoWpf 5 134 97'A 90V4 92%— 3% ChiPnT 1.80 234 33% 30% 31 —3 Chi RltPac 25 22 20 20 —2 ChiRItP ct 51 21 19 191/4— 1% ChRI&Pct A 225 20% 18^ 18^t— IK CMTitle 1.80 32 31% 30^ 30&— 1% ChckFN .40 261 9H 8% 8%— % ChrisCrft 5k 145 18V6 16% ifi%_i% Chromal .50 297 29^ 25% 25%— 3 Chrysler 2 4075 36V6 331^ 35% + lW Cin Gas 1.10 139 24% 23Vi 23%— ^ Cin G E pf 4 z60 TTVfc 76W 76.4 lYt Cinn Mill 1 71 27& 26V& 27 — ¥4 CITFin 1.60 546 25VS 24V4 24^-i- % C1T F pref 5 zlOO 89V& 88 88—2 CitiesSv 1.60 1175 50V4 46% 46^—3% CitiSvpf -1.40 1 164 164 164 —6^4 CitiSpfA 2Vi 5 89 87V4 87^—8^ Citylnv SOg 37 36% 33% 33%-3% City Stores 54 15 14 14%— % Clark Eqp 1 253 25V*. 23Vi 23%— VA Clark Oil .40 226 23% 19% 20% 4- 'A CIvCUF 2.408 x30 61V.I 58% 59%— 1% CleveEI 1.68 160 36 35^ 351^— % ClvPitt 3.50 z50 619& 61% 61%— V K Clevite 2.10 80 42% 40% 40Vi— 2% CluettP .80 146 1816 16% 16%—1% CoastSt Ga.« 293 24>/ 8 231 ,3 23%— % CocaCol 1.90 370 77% 735& 73%— 2 s /g CocaCB 1.10 32 24% 23 V4 23%— 1 CoIgatcP .90 342 25>/a 23% 23%— !'/« ColgP pf 3Va z,10 70 69Ms 69 1 / 1 — '/• Coll Aik 1.20 56 24Vi 23% 23V4-i- ! /I Collins B .150 2900 69% 59% 59-%— 4% Col IntG 1.40 67 30 29 29%— -y, ColoSopC 4b i!50 51-50 51 + y. Colt Industr 406 18 15V4 16 — I 1 /Colt pf 1,60 20 23>£ 23 23 _.. CBS 1.20 x637 56% 52% 53%— 3Vi Col Gas 1.36 242 25Mi 25 25 — Va ColumPic Si 194 28% 26% 27%— 1 ColPicpf 4Yt 2485 79% 78 78 —2 ColS Oh 1.5 2 25 33% 32% 32%— % CombtSng 2 307 43% 38 38 — 5V4 Com Cr 1.80 309 26 24% 25%— % ComCpf 4'Xi 6 7314 72 72 —3 ComSlv 1.20 634 44-ls 33-tf 38%— 5% ComSlpf .90 19 26% 24 24%— 3% ComwEdis 2 315 45% «% 43 —2% ComwOil .48 1209 19% 17% IB'/fc— % Com Sat Cp 712 50 44 44 — 6VJ Cone M 1.20 134 24% 2216 22%— 1 CongNrn .80 300 23% J9V& !9^s—VA CnCig 1.20a 309 21% 19% 19%—1% ConsEd 1.80 1598 33% 3VA 32 — 1% ConsEdpf 5 55 89'/j B3V6 84 —6 ConEpf 4.65 2 82V6 82 82%— 2 ConsElect 1 757 38% 34% 35%— % ConsFd 1.20 ICfi 43% 42 42Wi— % Con Frgt .60 365 19 16% I6 1 /-i— 2% CnLaun 1.20 19 24% 22V* 23V4— % ConsNG 2.70 1« 56 54l-i 55 — % Cons Coal 2 x!559 6fi% 65% 65%— Va ConsuP 1.9(1 220 48'/g -12% 43 — 4% ConPpf 4.16 zlM 78 77 77 —2V.. ConsPpf 4Vi z72(l R3 79»i 79Vi— 4% ConPpf 4.52 z240 8fit^ U5 R5 — 2 2ontanr 1.30 224 31% 30',g 30W I'/it Cont Air .80 X1421 77 59'. i 59*8—15% ContBk 2.20 49 4114 38', a 38%-2'/4 ConBkpE' 5\i. z90 96% 95^ 95%+ 1 A ConCan 2.B5 211 G33'« COl-j 601 ii— 3% ConCpf 3% zlM 79% 79W 79»A— % Cont Cop .60 568 2KB le 3 ,^ 16'H— 2% ConCppf Hi 2 1B-H 18'A 18i/j+ '/i ConJnsur .1 x421 71 67ft 68 —2^ CnMte l.GBa 126 23Vs 21 22^4- =!6 ContMot .40 83 16-% 14% 15%+ % ContOl 2.40a x353 61,-it 55% 55%— 5Vs Cont Oil pf 2 x4R 4G'/s 44'/ a 44%— 1% Cont Stl 1.80 « 30W 29V* 29V4— 1% Contrl Data 2306 36% 31% 3K4— 2% ContrlDpf 2 59 3614 35 35i/j_._ Conwd 1.20a 17 25 24 24 —1 Conwd pf fi z90 117 115 117 + 14 :ookCoffe 3i 42 2814 26% 2656— IVs -ooperlnd 2 89 5214 48?/j 4814 — 3^i Coopr Tire t 144 26 233,4 24 — l'/ B CopelndR 1 72 29% 27 27%— 2 CopRng ,37d 147 39 32V4 3214—7 Copprw 1.20 x39 22% 21% 21%— Vi CornPd 1.60 589 41 38 38%— 2% CorningG 2a 407316 301 301 —13 TornGpf 3'/ri z60 91 91 91 —1 Coronet .40 71 15% 14% 14?.}— % CowlcsC .50 2:15 Ifl-fi 17 17 CoxBrdg .40 74 3214 30 30 —2 Crane 1.60 66 39% .1614 3614—2% Crane pf Mi x3 83 83 8 3 Crescent .90 183 IflW 16% 17%-2% rresclpf 1% 8 231-fl 22 22 —1 -romp K .80 x!20 19% 15% 16',fj — 2% CrouseH .80 60 20% IB 1 /* 18%— l'/s CrowellC 4k 435 49tt 45 _ 45Vi— »W _rown Cork 259 561'n 51',a 51 J ,ii — 41(j CrownZel 2 197 43% 41% 43 l ,la— Vi CrnZpf 4.20 Z210 81 78 78 — 3V 4 Crucibl 1.20 274 24-li 22', i 22^~1 : *H "TS Cp .40 248 37 31 Vi 31%— Z'-i Cudahy Co 91 6!i 6'. a 6%;- «,{, Cudahy pi 3 47 45 ; }i 45^4— 1U ^uncoPr .atl il 12! j 12 12V-: ; % CunnDrg .70 29 J3 12 12 1 -— Vj Curtis Publ 383 9% W n 9i«-; ^ Curtis P ppf 10 12 10U IMi-i 1 Curtis Pb pf 19 34% 30 32^.1 -i 1 Curttss Wr L 242 21 19 W 1 .,,— "^ CurtWr A 2 18 33% 33V5 33'4— V4 CutlcrH 1.20 31 55'.» 52Vi 52^—2% Cyclops 1.80 89 32% 30'/H 30Vs— IVi Cyprus 1.20 X273 3814 32^* 33 — 4!-i — D— DanaCp 2.20 39 i2 W.4 401/4-lVj DanH I.20B 215 2614 M?4 2«i— 1% DaycoCp .50 fi3 21 3 ,i 201^ 201-%— 1/4 DayI'Lt 1.32 70 27-5. 26V1 26%— ',•« DI'LpfA 3^4 2100 GKk (i9'.-4 K91-J— l n /. >ecre l.BOa 417 HVj Gl'/« Rl'/s— 215. >elllud 1.40 10!) 30% 30 30 — •% Del PiL .90 119 24'/i 2.1-V. 24 — % Delta Airl. 1 1318 IlB'-j 96 9fi —20% Dent S 1.20a 6fi 27T* 26 26 — >/4 Den RG 1.10 234 18-14 17-li \Wt— « DcSoto .70 46 20 1914 19T's— '/« 5etEdis 3.40 201 30 29'.* 291-i— */i )ct Steel .60 174 \fiVt 14?it 14Vg— I 1 *. DeVilbs 1.10 » 21 20T. 20»/4- Vt Dia Alk 1.10 193 3IU 31', 3H1-1U >ia Intl 1.60 83 361. 35!. 36 — '.I. DianaStrs 3i 71 9'i fll^t IW— Vt Dicta Cp -BO 61 23?s 2t'!i 22!-^— V* Dicbok! .40R 278 20',i 19 19!i— 1 DiBiorgn .80 33 19?', 191, 19-!,- -li, Diners ,50K 122 20 17 ; !4 17 1 /ii-2i'i, Disney .108 7S 4«ii 43'i 43V1-3 Distill Sea 1 XB9 27-^s %>Vi 27 f '.i DivcoW 1.20 X44 27 21'/a 24-^— !'/« Drl'eppr .911 29 29Vi 27 27 -2'/> Dodge 1.60 25 37 35 .35^— 1% DomcM .80a 260 47 43 43^i— 3'/4 DomF l.59d 90 20!i 1911 1W— -S Donelley .60 177 36% 35'/n 36% .. Douglas 1« 1251 59>/4 5014 50V4-7'/4 Dover Cp 1 X38 27% 26 261'd— Vt DowChcm 2 434 HVt 6514 65%-214 Draper 1.20 118 22?4 2114 215i+ >/t Dresser lli 387 281* 2M'4 27 —I )reyel 1.60 38 31 2914 30 - Vt DrcytM .80 586 15W 14 14J4- Vi DuflyMotl 1 25 23>/4 2214 2214— M; Duie P 1.20 X57 3C14 37% 38 4. % Dlinhlll I .40 28 13V4 1214 12'A- V. Duplan Cp 55 914 814 tVt— % DuPont 3?id 440 174H 16714 168-V4— 5-H DuPn pt 414 64 8714 8514 85%-l% DuPn pf 314 10 6814 67 SM—VM, DuqncU 114 TO SO'A 2«V4 29 - % DuqUpt 1!4 1120 3514 3SV4 3514— Vt Duq Lt pf 2 Z720 » 3614 .TOi- V, l>Wl,p[ 2.07 ZlOO 37 .17 37 DlirnCP Mt XI49 4314 38 38y.-114 DWG Clsnr 87 1H4 10V. 1114-t- H Dymolnrt 31t 35!t 17H 15'h 1514— % DynamC .40 J29 13V. IM4 li-U- % Dynflm pi 1 1 16 16 16—14 F Uj- • i-:««ipr i.4n 40 jsn 26!i 2614- IH BastAIr .30rf 403H 881/4 MVt MVi-lWt Eait o»i 3k ' 20 m n n -i Sales EutSSII .90 62 »',i U'i \3Vt- U ISKodok 1.60 3199 12H4 115Vi 115%— 5Vj Elton Y IV. 301 26ft 2414 2414-1 Batonpf 1.19 25 2614 25»i 2»— Vt El-nlinM .48 54 1114 KVt 12V4- U KGIMlac .20 017 35% »14 3Wt~ Vt Edison 1.30 X23 31 30 30 -114 Bias Sit 1.60 30 51 48U 435.-3 1 ,. El Bond 1.72 90 3754 371i 37% EllrMU .12d 685 41s 3 7 ^ 4 E S B CO 2 52 441. 431i 43M- Vt ElectAs 2!ji 265 1854 16!4 1GI4- U Electron Spl 152 211i 1914 1911-1% Elgin Wak-h 19 10% M ».- 'A EIPasoNG 1 492 18% HVt 17ft— Vt EUra 1.60a 211 4814 4414 46 Eltrapt UD 9 43Vi 4»4 42 r S EmerEI 1.32 195 5414 51% Sl^i— 1W EmerElpf 1 5 4214 42 421i+l Emery 1.20 131 88U 8514 851A-254 Emhart 1.20 J70 27',4 26 26Vj— Wi Emp El 1.44 2 2814 2814 281;!— 14 Emporm .75 32 33 3114 32 —1 End Johnsn 53 22 20H 2tRi— W* EndJnpt 3c zlOOO 62 M 6014-1'/; Engelhard 1 31 4414 41 42V.— 2U Equit Gas 2 136 34 33 3314— % Erie Lackw 300 814 m TO— « ErieLack p[ Z1340 32 29-Y4 30Va- 14 EriePitt 314 XZ10 59 59 59 H-l EssexW 1.29- 170 4314 40^4 41 —2 EtnylCP .60 324 31% 29V. 2914— 1» Eurofd .isd 16 11% IWt 1144— % EvansP Ml 220 35 31 31%-3% Evrshp .50d 243 18!i 16% 1614—114 Ex Cell 0 2 98 46V» 4311 4354-214 FactorM .70 102 3814 35!i 35'/a-2?i Fafnir 2.2Ua 38 44 42 4314— T /8 FalrCI .50b 3819 206% 175H 176Vi-13?i FalrHlr .154 516 14% 13% 13%— Vt Fairmont 1 X47 16!4 1614 16%+ % Falstaff .76 143 147« 13% 14 — % FamFn 1.30 101 2014 19 19 —114 Fanstecl Mt 231 23% 2014. 2014-14 Far Wst Fin 62 514 5 514- -% Fedder ,55d .81 13% 12 : !'4 1244— % FedMoB 1.80 112 32V4 3Bi 3ff)i-l% Fed Pac El 242 lo- ]3ii ',4—^,4 Fed Paper 1 93 2614 241i 24^— '/H FdPBpf 1.15 xl 20 20 20 — Vs FedDSt 1.70 174 61-y. 5714 60% + 2% Fed Mtglnv 57 7T4 7 7 — 3 /t Fenestr .2jd 27 14 1314 1314— Va FerroC 1.20 98 26}i 2554 25%-l Fibre C 1.40 101 2714 23'/j 25%— W> Ffeldcst 1.20 104 2414 21% 21-Ta— 2'/s FiltrolC 2.80 89 4S!4 43-14 44 — 1'A FinclFed 51c 371 1014 914 914-lli Firestn 1.30 281 44 42 ; !4 42%— 114 FstCnFin 5k 495 1014 914 9%— Ti FirstNSt 2a 70 3014 2914 2914— % FstWFi 114d 1076 2'/4 2 2!4 r — - FischM 1.20 56 19% 18% 1914— % Flintkotec 1 215 17 15»4 15%-114 Flintk pf 414 1670 76% 7411 7414— % Fla E Coast 22 8% 7% 8 — 14 FlaPwr J.28 113 43% 40% 41 —214 FlaP&L 1.52 X191 69-% 65% 66 —314 Fla Steel '.80 x22 1554 IS 15 — Vt Fluor Corp 153 2814 26 26 —154 FMC CP .75 545 33% 32 3314- V, fHFairS .90 168 1714 1614 1614—% FFairpl 4.20 Z280 85 83 83 -5% Food Gt .80 96 13 1214 1214— % FoodGpf .40 3 10 10 10+14 FooteCB .70 180 1314 12% 1254+ Vt FMteM .250 92 18% 1754 17%— % FordMt 2.40 2168 4314 40% 41ft— 114 ForeraD .50 519 17% 1614 16%— 14 FosterW .50 248 16 14 14 —1=4 Foxboro .80 117 3814 34 3614—11/4 Frame 1.60 62 40% 37% 37-y4-25» Franks .408 12 12 1114 1IV4— Vs FrceptSul 1 670 3714 33% 3514—2-% Fruehuf 1.70 1279 27% 26% 27% Fruehuf pf 4 Z120 94 94 94 Fulton In 5k 67 u 12% 12%— IVi GambS 1.20 35 26 24% 24%— 5s Gamblpf 1% 19 31 Wh 30 —1% GamSpf 1.60 27 28% 27% 27%— 114 GardDn Hi 66 30% 29% 2954-1 Garlock .60 61 1514 14% 1414-1 Gar Wood 110 7 554 5 7 /s— % GarW pf 214 1 3314 3314 3314— 1V4 GnAccp 1.20 M9 20!i 1914 1914— Vt GnAccpf .60 2 1054 10% 1054- Vt Gn Ac pfB 1 3 1514 15V4 1514— 14 GnAIn 2.94d 35 34% 3214 3214-114 GAlnvpE 414 Z8Q 8914 8914 8914 GnAOil .40g 291 3214 3014 3014— 114 GenATT 1.45 252 34 32 32 —Wt GnAnilF .40 833 21% 20 20 — B4 Gen Bakinn 177 1754 1614 1614— IVi GcnBanc .48 69 954 9% 9%- % Gen Bronns 97 20% 17V4 1714—1% Gen Cable 1 224 2714 2414 26'/,— % GenCgr 1,20 64 24 23 24 GnCFin .10d 130 314 3 3 GDynamic 1 3560 44% 39% 40% + % GnElec 2.60 1450 8954 851s 86-%— 1% GenFinan 1 11 2014 1854 18%— Hi GnFireprf 1 30 2514 24 24 -1 GnFood 2.20 240 6754 6414 6414—3 Gen Instr 2i 4980 64% 54% 5W4-114 GnMilbi IVi 151 5814 5414 57 +2% GnMot 3.05d 3777 75'/4 71Mi 71%— 3% GnMotpf 3% 15 74% 7114 7114-3% GenMotpf 5 55 99 95 951i-3-% GPtCcm .80 X361 HVi 10% 10%— 14 jPrccn 1.20 X1330 60% 52 52'^— 3/4 GnPr pf 1 (iO \z3690 41 37% 37%— It 0 PnbS .49d 307 6 5H4 55« GPubU 1.40 204 2854 2714 2714— 1% GenRefr .80 78 14% 13!'. 14%- % GenSig 1.20 38 47 4314 44 — 31i Gen Stl 1.20 87 21'/4 20V. 3K»— It Gen Tel 1.28 1479 40 37% 38 -2 GTFIapf IVi 1 21% 21% 21%— Va GTlFlpl 1.30 3 2214 22 22 — 14 5nTime .50 576 « 14VJ J4V4-1V4 In Tire pf' 5 Z290 95'4 93 93 — 21i Genesc 1.80 89 40% 3911 39 —2 Genesco wi 17 27 261i 2614— % 3a-P p( 1.64 132 31% 30>/4 30'/4— Vi GerberP 90 84 26% 25 25 —IVi GettyOl .I0d 471 45 39 3914-3 GiantPt ,60d 44 12% 1214 1214— 14 Gibrall 7V4I 64 9% 8 8 —111 Gillette 1.20 816 35 32% 33ft— 114 Gimbcl 1.80 73 4854 46% 47%— 154 GinntCo .72 103 30 28 28 -214 Glen AW .70 247 11V4 1014 10V1— % GliddenCo 1 147 20% 19 1914- 'i GlobeU 60a 470 2% 19% 19%— VH GlobeW .70S 58 1814 16% 1711—114 Goodrb 2.40 371 60 5714 5714— 1% jOOdyr 1 35 447 49 4714 47% — 1 "lOuldN 1 40 76 21 22% 22%— I 1 /. GraceW 1.30 271 14% 40Vi 4114— 1% "rnd U 60s 213 1714 16% 16% — •% francs 1.40 xl45 22% 21 2114— VB Granltv 1.40 152 2711 25^ 2.^ — 214 Jrantpf 3% Z2fl 7114 71Vj 71Vi jLAmer 2.40 28 51',R 49-% 49% 1,4 ijtN Ir !.4"ob Ifi 17 161-j 17 — 14 JtNorPap 1 1B9 37 35 36 -1 ^ jNPa pf'.4(l 28 Il 7 'n llli ll-!4 — /. 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IntT&T 1.35 733 71% 66% 66%-5y. IntTilPf 4 Z310 124% 120 120 —3% I TIT PfO 4 Z90 119 115 115 -6% I T*T pfD 4 ZlM 11814 11514 11514-4% I TtVT pfE 4 Z20-11414 11114 11114— 311 I T&T PfF 4 25 11114 10814 10811—311 Int Util 1.20 38 2254 2114 22%+ % Int Ut Pf 1.32 39 2614 23% 25%— Vi IntsBak 1.60 40 25% 2411 25% .... IntstDS .526 194 29 2814 2811..- InMFrt 1.20 22 2411 2254 22ii-l% InlstPw 1.20 16 23 7 /n 2'.1V* 23 l /4 — 14 Iowa El 1.20 58 23% 23 231i+ 14 lallGas 1.30 11 27V4 2614 2654- % Iowa PI 1''^ 31 31% 2914 2914 — 2% lowaPS 1.20 18 25% 24'.4 24%— IH IBCInc .80a 1233 43'/« 38 38%-4?4 IslCreek Hi 108 3054 2914 29%— % ITE CB 1 168 32V! 30 30 — 2V1 Itek Corp 3544 8814 74% 76%— 4% Jacser .60« 14 14% 14!i 1414- 11 JapanF .43d 65 10V, 9y, 9'/<— ¥4 JerCPLpf 4 Z200 7414 72Vi 74 + Vi Jewel C 1.20 118 36 33% 33%— % JimWalter 1 J35 17% 1614 1614-1V4 JimWaltpf 1 1 14V/ 1414 14V1— 14 JimWpf 1.20 17 20% 20% 20%+ 14 JobnsM 2.20 178 51% 4814 48V.-3 JohnJ 1.40a 45 166 158 158 -10 John Sv 1.30 42 43 41 41%— % JonLogn .80 132 46% 4311 4311-314 Jones L 2.70 100 52% 4814 48V4-4% JonesLpfA 5 Z160 91 90% 90'A-1V4 Jorgenion 1 46 19% • 181k 18%— Vt Jostens .50 81 13 11% 12V4— Va Joy M!8 114 681 2814 23V4 26V4 + 114 • — K — Kaiser Al 1 333 40 36% 36¥«-3'A KaAl pf 2% 3 44 43V4 43'/4-l% KaAI pf 414 3 80 80 80 —214 KaA57pf 4% 4 93V4 92 92 -3 Kab59pf 4% 4 93V2 93V! 931i-3!i KaiserCt .80 85 12% 11% 12%+ % KaisClpf 2'A 3 38% 37% 37%— % KaCpref 1% 28 19V4 18% 18%— '/. KaClPL 1.48 xlOS 32% 3114 3H4+ It KCPLpf 3.80 slo 67 67 67 + 11 KaCPLtpf 4 7.10 77 77 77 KCPLpf 4.20 zlO 7R14 7611 7Wi— 2% KCPLpf 411 Z200 83 82% 82%— 2% KanCSIn 2 x92 371i 34V, 35V.- % KCSoIndpf 1 *7 17V4 1614 16V1- ",'t Kan GE 1.20 71 281i 27% 27%— % KansPLt .93 154 20% 19V. 20%— V, KayserR .60 127 32V< 30'/i 31%- % Keebler 1.20 57 27% 25 25 —3 Keller Ind 1 50 29V4 26 26—4 Kellogg 1.20 131 33 31 3111— % KelseyHa 2 170 56 51% 52%-2 KelseyH wi 5 27% 2614 2614—1 KendalICo 1 X32 38% 37V* 37%- % Kennecott 2 X1386 3114 29V. 29V4— Vt Ky Ulil 1.36 X173 28% 26V4 26'A-2Wi KernCL 2.60 142 60«i 57 57V4-2% Ken-Mc 1.30 221 791i 7554 76 — lli KcystoneS 2 15 3214 32 32 - li KimbClrk ^ 174 47'/4 44% 4SVi-l% King SI 114a 49 30V. 29 29%— ¥4 KingDS .50B 317 17 15 15V4— % KinneyN 40 56 2914 26% 27%-154 Kinney pf 20 29 27% 27%-4-% KLM Air 1370144 118V4 118V4-25 Koehrg 1.90 175 36 33V4 33V4-2'A Kopper 1.40 X152 24% 23 23V.— 7 /a KoppersPi 4 XZ250 7414 71 71 -2 Korvetle EJ 251 15 a 13% 13%-lli Kresge .80 301 40 37 38Vj— ^i Kroehler IB 44 21H 19% 20%- Vt Kroger 1.30 286 2514 2414 24%- — 1 1 Lab Elcctrn 246 14 121. 12%- '« Laclede IVi 31 2314 22% 22%- % LaneBr 1.10 28 2414 22% 22-14-1% Lanvinfl .50 195 34 32 32 — •% LanvRpf .80 25 3011 27 30 - Vt LatrobeS .60 13 15 14% 14%- Vt LearSics .70 526 25% 22% 22%-l-% LeaseT .50g 66 1714 15% 1611 + V4 LeedsSN .50 96 24% 22 22%-H. Lecsona .40 X151 20 18Vi 18%-l-!» LehPtCem 1 320 12% L, I2-ts — -Leh Val Ind 383 9 814 Bli- % LehVpf IVi 3 701 70'.4 70Vi-3!i Lchm 1.83d 161 2954 2811 2811-114 MIdSoUt .68 274 22',i 21 21?i+ V t Midld R 1.10 atW .M 22 23V*— MJ HURspf 4% G 105H WHi 105'^— m MldwOI 2.40 15 75 7J% 74 ; Si-15i( Mlf-hle G .W) 49 2:t 22>/i 2244-. - Miles Lab 1 5t> 35 : }'4 33V* 33V*— 1% MUtBiad .71) 111 20% 17% l»Wi-3 Min&Ch 1.20 10<J 27*n 25^ 25^-l',i MlnnEiitp 1 3 IBV-j IS'/H 18',,+ ''k M M M 1.20 S74 791,! 75 75 — ^i MlnnP&L 1 JO mi 23'.4 23 W— 'ft Misson 1.90 22 90 tttti 87*4-2'/* Mission DcV 50 74^i 71 72 — IMj MissRiver 1 348 17',!t IC^i 17 — ->a Mo Kan Tex 8!i 9 Tla 7W— l',s Mo Pac AS '25 MVi 8H-* 81^-3'/4 MPCem l.CO 61 2ia« 20 21 f- U MoPSv .80g 15 24 23''i 23V*— =i MobilOl 1.60 705 39 ; ^ 3(i 37 — IV-i Mohastw 1 ,X756 19! - I7',i lWi-2 Mohs pf 4.20 xz-,'20 RH-'i 83'* 83*4— *s MonarchT 1 29 17' a 15>,u JS^l-l^s Monon B 51 20 :>:j ;i s 22 22'K-IU Mnsnto J.liO 58C C2"v s !>O'K (»'~— 1!< MontDk 1.40 5C :il an. a 291-1-11; MontPr 1.48 Ifil 29'.i 28i-i 28^- -% MontWard 1 G-'t:i :ti;i j 32«it :!2 ; ir.~4' 1 » Heading Co 101 2] mi 16V4— 3'^ Ili'adlnB 2(>f 44 mi 1U ' IC'/i— W H(il OwlSt 1 2'J IB-Kri 174* 17-U- - Vj JU'ftl lilt! 1 20 27% 24',-i: 24^'.— 3 Kravnll !'l nm 'M't 2D». 30 H Vt Hei.-liW .20:. 15S 1J 12V t 12V'*-- }'« Ill-liable .BO 12 14'i 14 I4'/*— Vt Itt'lKlt-.' 1.10 1119 22'-j 21 22'.i~ "H Ki'ltuljtif Cp 52 4U 4% 4%— '/« llt-ji C|> I'f 1 :i 12 7 a 12 : U 12'. - Rt'liuhl Sll 2 3!» 3G'n H4^n 31Ta— ^4 Iluvi're 2.iiO M 52',j 4B3. 4844—3*4 Kevloii l.lio 342 44'.- 41Ts 42 —3 Hevlon i>f 1 13 3t>'-j 35'.j 36 — ',a Hexall .30« -J02 31 * 28!. 2B^! 4 -5'.-j HcxallDjif 2 21it 41 37Ti 3B —3Vl Kt'.xChb 1.20 B2 2SI'H 27 :1 4 27*4-l',4 itcy M.-l .75 5!)5 48' 4 45 : '» 45 : ^--2'H HL-yMlpf 4'j l'i lOii'j 11)2 102 —4Vj JU'V.M pi 2 f n t) 44 j 44 44 —1 lU'V" Tol> 2 9JS 35 ^ 3)'i 31' i~ -"•» lio'l-pf Mil 3 69 67H li-H-l- 1 ". I'.lu'.'n' 1.20 11(1 23':. 22 22' — -'I* Itiu'inLiltl .20 2:i:l 2-T ^ 21'; 2!'j-l! M Hicl'i-.M l.:!0 131* 65'4 62'> i:i!'-_--P, Kirci'll- .811 XIH 7'1 Wt 17-',:- ». UnCurp .41X1 113 »% «'•» !'i Un Elastic 1 26 21% 21'/4 21V4- Vt UKCoM 1.80 7 46Vi 44!i 45 -Hi UtdEngKll 1 « 17 16 : >i 1614- »i Un Fill Corp 88 5',1 5',4 !!«- 14 U Fruit .55(1 860 32',* 27',i 2B1i— Hi, UldGas 1.71) 514 54 W,i 51 - : VS UGasIp 1.08 X22 19!i 19',4 1951 i ',4 UGrnld 1.60 53 38% 36% 3614-2',', Un Ind Corp 317 231i 20 20'.,— 214 UnlndpI .42 35 12 10V. 10%- IH UtdMM l.ZO 216 26H 24'/. 25>iH Vi Un Nuclear 699 20',« 17Vi 18V4-1 LU1 PkC Mn 137 21. 2U 2!4- ',4 USho« 2.50a 55 5-lli 53 54'/. 1 -4 UldSInn IVj Z270 10 29 29',i . USBorax la x48 28 2611 26=,- % USI-'oS 1.21d 67 26 25',-i 2511— V4 USFrht l.SO 128 48 46 46 .-US Cyiis 3a 149 SO'/, 471, 47'i-H'« U S Inrt .-I2d "187 I"-!* 15 '/a 15H 2 'US tines 2K 32 33V-J 32' .1, MU-Hi l.'SPipe 1-20 J40 19',-.! 18 '.-it lattf— >» USPIa ].45d 31 281 W -fi^i 2ti a /i— I IJSI'ly MO 129 35-^ 32 35 v 4 — 'i USI'niA .T* Z180 721.1 7i!'-j T' 1 .!--' i I'S Hub l.'JIt 382 4 IWt 37'-i la'.it—l'/t. Moore Me 1 85 lists 17! i 17', 2 — 1 jw^i'i u'\ i ci -'- iwi -" • i-- -4 , L..-IHUIIIH o jj.n« '••-• •— - Horretl .25(1 74 M' i - >1 i'i .. lUU'flM-i.. I Ri 44 4P, 4l :! -.--'2 1 1- I'SShw l-W 44 17 2,. 1 -! 25' 2-1 u Mutual Funds NEW YORK (WD— Weekly InvcslitJif Comiianiea showing Ihe high, low, clos- inif bid prices for the week with ja»| week's closing bid price. PrfiiT* Hljh Low Ctose Cloi* Adv Fd 7.87 7.G6 7.66 7.97 Ami Fd 8.12 7.91 7.91 8.17 Broa«l St 13.W 13.45 13.45 13.99 Bullock 13,62, 13. Kl) 13.30 13.76 Can Gt-n 8.70 8.57 8.57 8.82 Cent Shr ... . 10.07 9.81 9.81 10,29 CIIANMNG FUNDS: Balan . 12.-16 12.11 12.11 12.58 Com St 1,97 1.89 1.89 1.93 Grxvth 16.11 15.13 15.13 16.49 Invom 7.91 7,78 7.73 7.95 hi Grth 797 7.90 7.91 8.05 Sped . .. 3,(6 2.71 2 74 3 03 Chase Kd . 9.W 9.87 8.87 9M Chem ^M 15.59 11% 14.96 15.65 Cnsuin I A.D'i 3.B2 .1.82 4.DS Divid Sh _ i,30 ;t.2l ;ui .1.115 Dow Th ... ... 7.02 (U8 6.68 6.93 t trVYfiie V> 1H 1 1 Vf !!";•> l'i Tl MorwSh .50 46 2:tv» 22% SSK-l*^ lu a ,uST .:«ii 1«M «'i JP 3 7' a _ ,U | tlSSmlt , .7_5,f 972 ^7 40;| S W^ — --» i;-;;;;;^ JJ^ JJ^ j;^ Moslcr S .60 22 28 -»li :i i 26-' •— 1 ' i Motorola 1 1029 186'. a 158M 15BU-2I Mi P'ucl 1.68 55 29^4 29 2!) -1 MtStTel 1.12 93 21 »i 21 2H!,- *.k MSL In 1.60 89 29'/, 27'4 -STai-l'-j Munsng 1.30 x43 267-'* 35!^ 2534— *'« MurpCo 1.20 95 20% 1KJ. 19%— J ..; MurphOl -50 86 25 22U 22Vj-2 MurOpr 4.90 17 114^ 112 112 —3 J^ NalcoCh .80 U9 5,1 1 i 50-1{| 50 :( i~ '-i NatcoC .15cl 20(1 19^4 17-'!« 18 — l : ' h NalAcme 2a 99 42 40'/ a 40',.--l :! k Nat Aero .60 Hli 33 31 3] f >k— 1»« Nat Airi .M 1481 TCfls 57" '4 S7Hs— 19Vi NtAvn 5.G8d 133 39% 37'- 37 '.-i— P-g NatBisc 1.90 1G4 44% Jiiy 42%-1'i Nat Can .50 123 22% 21'/(j 21 1 /--— ; h Nt Cash 1.20 !iflj aii/i 79 79 ~2 ; <k NtCltyL 1.60 X24 30V.V 29 29 — l''s N Dairy 1 -10 28B 35 T /s 34 34-l.V- ;i /i NatDist l.fiO 341 32«Vj WM 30%-lSh KolK-rtsliw I i>.-i :iou 2«'i ^:i -i'-, u^m i'i ->' ! 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I7'i 17'4j-l Holier CD 1 124 21 7 /B 19^4 I9^-i~l'/4 USTbpf !•'••> '-1" ™ 4 " •*" '" Unil Ulil .76 ^92 ii'V" 21 21*i- -to Un Vpnture 182 2',i P-i I 1 !'*— ^a •In Whelan 95 10' '» 9'/n DVu— 1 Unlv Am Cp 385 15 14% »V*~ % UnApfB R* 3 3l> 3.1=4 34^-2 llorcr WI1 1 199 39>i 36'/« 36l«-2?i umvLeal la 11 -f ;«-• -•-'• ••; RoyalCC .CO 76 20" 1 19 19' i- UnivLTpr 8 z410 149 148 MVt-l-Vt RuviilD 90(1 1460 35'/4 31 :ilVi-3?i| UnivOll 1.40 351 71 65',, 65!i-a!» Ilubrmd .88 22 27 ,3 2« 26'/4-l',4 Upjuhn 1.-18 117 TS'.i 68 tm-b-H. lillljrpili 1.80 26 43 41 41 — 1\2 IlllssTos .80 366 30»K 27 271a-2-4 llvn At-r .2(1 154 24-":u 2I',H 22->i— 2'.H Kydi'rSy .60 101 IG 14?4 14 ; !i— '.-J b SalewaySi 1 S425 27H 25',-i Ki— W StJosLU 2.60 X179 :m K 37^ K 37=h— 7^ SlJosl.tP .94 24 1- 17-S 17»«— Vi S L«uisSK 2 6B 37 H5 35 — 1',-i uns mil ->n> i.v* 4ivt '•> 4 la.* — - Utahl'l. 1.52 150 32*, »'. M'I— 1% UTD Corp 1 59 20V. 19'/i 20M,— M> v Valllld 1.20 M 17 16' i 16'.'.- 94 Vanail l.«a 102 2C!i mi Z3!i-3 Vanity 1.20 21 TO* 1'lVt 3'i'tt— W* VnRaal 1.30 12 24' -j 23Ti 24 -1 Varian Ass., 1957 39'4 34 34U— I 3 i NDist pf 2',4 2 3ft 38i/i 39 „ [StUSanFpf 5 IS R2"i Kl SI —7 veedcrl 1 M> Ifi 31 1.4 29' « 'iS'is-SVi Nt Fuel l.fiO 62 29 27i; 27V— PiiSl Ki'fj 1.40>f 346 .11' 2 29^4 30 — "i | VcraloC 50 101 27 1 - 25 25 — 1 Nat Gen .20 lit R-'i BU B'.i— '-j j.SannGs l.M 31 3S' i 31 34' -j— 'v virlnrCi. ' 30 221 47 W,-, «'i(-3 NatGyps 2E 198 30 : tM 38','i 2i)-'!j ;• ^-Samlors ..!» 1072 64 s * 5-1 7 ii 55-Vi,— 3 l K MLead 2>,id 532 55% 53 S^^-P^S^ns; Kl .40 172 2H--J. 27' i 2H — s s NaU'erioti 1 124 29 % '.itiVn— 2 f : ., j SahFoDr -4» s2«8 2ii"K 24 1 -i '21 1 -.— - B 4 Eatn Sllc 11.77 14.32 14.32 14,91 Fid Cap 15.18 11.20 14,20 15.11 Fit! Fund 17.51 16.86 16.36 17,57 Fid Trnd 29.07 26.7-1 26.74 28.94 Fid Mut 8.S4 8.15 8.15 H 1 J FRANKLIN CUSTODIAN: Fn Cm fi.H 6.47 6.47 6.75 Fnk BP 2.53 2.49 2.49 2,55 Fnk Ut 6.68 6.59 6.59 6.78 Fnk In - 2.95. 2.B9 2.89 2.91 GROUP SEC: Aerosp - --. 10.24 9.54 9.54 10.20 Com St 12.94 12.65 12.65 13.C3 Kul Ad --. 9.20 9.05 3.05 9.2S Ham hda 5.0G 4.79 4.79 5.06 Inc Fd 12.13 11.83 11.88 12.24 Inc Bast 7.74 7.67 7.67 7.80 ItivC Am - -.--12.15 11.68 11.68 12.3J INVEST GROUP: Mut ....10.82 10.67 10.67 10.M Stock 19.03 18.60 18.60 19.14 Select 9-7fi 9.75 9.75 9.70 Var Pav 7.94 7.60 7.60 8.00 KEYSTONE: Inv B-1 2.1.32 1130 11.30 23.M Sled R-2 23.18 23.11 2.1.13 23.24 V-iFI'v, 1 ''I! \)!)il *?'•* 3il :l , JO's-l-i Ilis 11.4 10.03 9.63 9.R3 10.07 VaEI'pl 4'(M x/711 73 71 71 - K' Inc K-l .... -- » 113 6.51 » 51 8.M ,...,^1 ..( , Bn v.'lll 1l!l , SHI, KH 1 - -2 , r.th K.'? 6 5!t fi.lfl fi.10 6.5S NatProp .GO x41 !'"i Il-'vii ll^s— '-.[SavEliPw 1 W 19'.j. l«'j IB 1 -— '-J v'lFll'"' pf 5 x/i/O 94 r - 'J2 92 --l u j HGr S-l 22.26 22.25 22.2fi 22.64 NtScrv 1.211 19 32'- 31U 31'K-IUjSdmlL-y 1.40 2CI 29-^ 27'. 27'i-2' ,, j v ^ ' (;r j , 0 X o 5 25^.4 24 24 — I'H Im- S-2 11.90 11.49 11.49 11.93 Nt Stand .'JO If! 18';n 17'_> 17'.; — ll.'i Schnlvuf .:)() -tl 9 H EB H-";,,— '-H ,r__.'.,..i,. i.,,. 1^1 -Jfis/, -.15 2S - -P.4 i Ann S-S 20.17 1B.95 1S.95 20.32 Ntsian-h .70 19 39i\. :mn 38;!.',— 3., NatStecl 2|. 3 X432 43".^ 41'A 41',j— l»s Nat Sugar 5 lli'/i Ui'/a IG'/s— ^^ Nat Tea .80 247 ISiii 15 15 — a-i NatUnEI .70 339 35 .10 30 ~2:n Natomas .25 30-1 1'2 3 A IWs 11%— P.'s Ncisner Bro 29 914 R^w 9 1 ,...— J /H Ncptun 1.40 71 .W* 30':» 31«i-r ^ Ncv Pwr .84 01 32V* M*k 30 : !i— !"-« Newborry 3i 101 18% 17% 17%— Hi Newbpf 3 : (i 2140 62 I ,a 61 61 — IT'a NEngEl 1.28 121 24% 231-1 23%-^- -Ti NETiT 2.36 393 43|,i 42W 42',-j— M; NemwntM 2 369 MT/g 42% 43-j's— 7% Newmntpf 4 1 141 141 141 -j-2 NewprtNS 2 95 3G-% 35^4 357-s— % NYAirBr 1 67 22% 21ft 2H&— IW NYCnt 2.08a 1247 60Vj 54% 54 7 /s-5% NY Hun 4Ce 299 43 37 'A 37'A— 9>A NYSEG 1.70 49 37*i 3GW 36',-j-liA NYSEpf 3»i 720 71 Va 71i-j 71Vj-t.li/j NiagMo. 1.10 496 21% 20% 20%— W NiaMpf 3.40 z!70 60^'i 57 57 —3 NiaRIpf 3.60 z630 64 62 62'/g— r/ a NiaMpf 3.90 z300 Ii9i^ 65 65 —5 NiaMpf 4.85 z!70 82''i 81',i Sl^-i— -14 NiaMpf 5.25 z40 95 V4 92Vj 92'...— 3'/-; Niag Sh .82d .\25 IB 17 '/a 17^i— % NopcoC 1.40 24 37'- ; - 36 36'/H— % Norf&Ws 6a 193 1041... 100 W 1DOW-4 Norrisln .75 201 17'/i 14Vit 15 T /a— lla NoAmA 2 80 308 46 r / : ' 4'l s ii 45 l^a NA Car 90g xI54 I'^A 21'4 ''Pg NoACnal .M 31 WVi im w' " J /H NA Sug .40d 12 12'/B 11% II'A— •% NoCentRy 4 71-JO 72 717-8 72 -'- 'i NoIndPS .02 x203 2B 25 25%-l% NoNtGs 2.20 95 .t^ii 42^ i •13'it,... 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ShellerM Is 23 31'/« 29H 30H— 1 Shcratn .40a 257 9-';i 9 9—1,4 Slicnyin 1.90 126 45, i 42 42 — 3V4 Shoe Corp 1 x!8 16'/i 15!Xj 1614+ Vt Sbulion .80 65 31 l!6'/4 27 —4 SiesclIU .68 91 m't 19VL 1W— Hi S gnode 1 '() 50 ll'ife 12',-t 12V-1— VA Siimnns 1.2(1 18S 331i 30'/s 32 -rl Sndair 2,40 482 625k 57'A 5W— Ki SiiigurC 2.20 278 -I7',4 45 45>,a— '/* SkcllyOil 2a 311 107',-j 106 106'/-j— l^j SkilCorp .50 82 2.P, 22«i 23 -f «,i SmAO 1.20E 107 25% 24 24 — « SrnKlln 1.80 3(1! 58 5311 54Vi-4V« Smuckcr .60 42 19',s 18 19',-iH- •% SolaBa .60S 56 21?(. 19'i 20 —!>,!, Soo Rr 3 15d XlOB 40Vi 16Vi 36V4— IVi SoCarElec I 99 29 27 28'/j— Vt SoeslPS 1.08 23 1756 16% 16-%— Vi SoJ Gas 1 40 33 271,4 26V-. 26'/i— li SoPSuB .50il 116 22?i 20% 20%— It SoPoRSpf 2 3 30'/. 29 30'/4+ Vt SoCalEd IVi 575 33fi M',4 32',»— % Soutb CO .96 439 26 24V, 25'.i- V, SolnGE 1.24 x27 11 27 27 —Hi SoNalG 1.10 X128 27>/a 26 2G : !s— T-'s SouNilrR 70 74 20 IB'/i 18'/4— 1 7 /B Sou Pac l',l X398 31 29 : ',K 29 T /B Sthn Ky 2,80 231 44Ti 42H 44 + M So Rwv pf 1 46 Hin.i 16% 1614— ',-ii SoRMOcts 4 zio 751i 75% 75%— Vt Son-stPS .M 198 15H 1314 14 — Vt Spartans .40 20(1 16 141-j 143i-l'l Sparton .40 281 S'.H 7', H 8 -!- Vt Siirryll .20d 161 2H1 21V, 2I'A— Vt Sperry Rnd 12437 31!i 2814 28'.i-2'/4 Sperrypf 4',4 z470 78 3 7B'/4 78'/4— - 1 ,:. 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WPE Pi 4.10 ZlO 77 77 ,, -2'j WsU'ointP 2 no *N« : "'« 35'/4-l't W VaPI 1.70 192 40% 37'^ 38 — ?4 WsAirLinc I 1116 52',i 43* 4W-BW WsBanc 1.10 199 31% 283/4 28 T /B— 2^8 WstmMd 1.60 14 30'/j 29'ya 29'A— IV. WslPac 2.20 71 35% 33V. 34>/,-r Vi WUnlon 1.40 418 33=4 31»» 32 -1 WsUnpl 4.60 43 81'A 79», 79"i-2VS WestAB 1.80 139 33 3 OVi 31'A- 'i West El 1.40 1278 45Vi 43 43H+ Vt WstEpI 3.80 1 73',i 73"! 73?i— >4 WeyenS 1.20 13 20'A 19H 19%- '" Weycrh 1.40 394 33 31 31'/i-l'.( W LkE 5.75 Z150 115 115 115 —Us Wheel Steel 111 25li 23 23 -2V, Wheel Stl pf 11310 68'A 64 64 —4^4 Whirlpl 1.60 166 41W. 40'A 40'/i-3',-j WhitcCn Ind 651 41'-j 36 36 — 2H4 WhtcCpf 2« -'. »*!4» mt 37'i- WhiteCpf 2 1 30 30 .10 - U WhitcM 1.80 351 41'.i 38',, 39 _2Vi White Sir 1C 29 23 21V4 22!i- >» Wirkes Cp 1 51 20-S 20 2t»B+ '• WilsonlCo 2 21 46* « 45 -IV. WinnDs 1.44 73 32=,i 31'4 31'-;- '« WisElP 1.24 234 25»i 24V. 24H-1V. WisElP pi 6 Z50 112 112 112 Wise PS .94 X102 18',i 17% 17". j— '.t WitcoC 1.20 67 30'-s 28'>(t 29'.-^- U iVitcopf 2.65 3 61% 61 61 I'.fl WolvWW M 158 IT'A 15Vi IS'.i,-! Womtco .56 5-1 22!-i 201i 21',';- '.'t Woodlr 1.60 25 S'.'t 25% 25'.- Vi Woolworth 1 951 20 7 ,k 19% 20^ i- ,h Wortl'tn 1-2(1 237 31'A ZIBi. 29 -1 Wolh? pf 4',i z70 79 79 79 — ',: WrieieiC 3a 29 106Vi 103 n ,i 103M-21J WurlUcr .80 55 19 16% 17'4-Hi Wyandt -30d 21 15 13V. 13Hi-l'/« LPr S-4 5.48 -5-99 4.99 5.53 Intl 15.27 14.59 14.59 IS.fiO I.azard 15.50 15.00 15.00 51.63 .Life Inv fi.Sfl 5-98 S.9R fi.Z7 Life Stk 4.61 4.46 4.4B 4.6fl Mass Gr 1034 9.B3 9.33 lfl.43 Mass Tr 14.97 14.53 14.53 15.11 SAT SEC SERt Balan 10.51 10..T4 10.M 10.69. Bond 5.S9 5.52 5.52 5.&2 Divid - 4.42 J.33 4.33 4.49, Pf Stk fi-74 fi.65 6.65 fi.80 Incom 5.63 5.53 5.53 5.70 Stock 7.81 7.62 7.62 7.89 Gnvtb 9.27 8-86 8.8fi 9.37 penn Sq 16.43 16.08 16.08 16.58 Price TR 19-92 19.19 19.19 19-89 Putnam 15.05 14.68 14.68 15.2S Put Grlh 11-47 10.77 0.77 11.59 Scud SC 17.49 17.00 17.00 17.63. Sel Am 11.27 10.72 10.72 11.45 State St 43.66 42.50 42.50 43.99 Sten Si-G 5.49 5-09 5.09 5.57 Telev E! -- 9.93 8-82 8.82 9.4S UNITED FUNDS: Sccu 1684 16.22 lfi.22, 17.0H Incom 1-3.10 12.61 12.61. 13.2.1 Scien 9 .20 8.60 8.60 9.19 Un F Cn 4.97 4.81 4.81 4.99 Varied In 4.99 4M 4.84 5.09 Well Fd \13.02 12.66 12.66 13.15 Wndsor 17.83 17.00 17.00 18.0f X-Ex- Divid end. _• Chicago Grain Mctkzyriyc W39 ego wkly grn rng 8-26 j* CHICAGO WEEKLY GRAIN Rj\NGE , High Low Close Close ClnS«i ; Wk A K o Xr As. Sep ' 1.B7W 1.85% l,85sfe 1.90W 1.54,*. Dec 1.941- 1.92Vi 1.92-tt 1-97 1.58V* Mar 1 99li 1.977's 1.98 2.0B« 1.60V4 May 1.98'ft 1.9G-Vi 1-97 2.00^« 1.57% Jul 1.86 1.85 1.85 1.B7W 1.46.4 • CORN Sep 1.47 1.45 1.45'/« 1.51 1.22Vi Dec 1.4R l i 1.46'iB 1.46^ 1.52'.i LIBIA Mar 1.533* LSI*! 1.51^8 1.57'/8 1.22.4 Mny 1.56Vi 1.5-1 1.54% |.60V» 1.24 ft '• Jul 1.58 1.5G 1.56V* 1.6!% l.ZSVt OATS Sep .75^ .74' 1 .74' i .765« .6GH . Dcr .HO .79U .79'.-4 .81'/« .fi7ti Mar .a,')!'i .V'2'A .82-Ts Ml* .69Ti , May .H-K'8 .B3 r >h .83% .851-* .68H KYE Sep 1.29Vi 1.27V.I 1.27'i J.32 1.19V4 Dec 1.35 3 /* l.'JSVi 1.33 s -., 1.38Va 1.24^ • Mar 1.41>/i 1.38^i 1.39 1 ,-.! 1.44 1.2T& May 1.42',i 1.40V.I 1.41'-* 1.45% 1.28^ Jul 1,42 I.-IO!« 1.40V1 1-42 1.27 1 /* SOYBEANS Sep 3.19 3.43''i 3.H43.i 3.42-^i 2.51% Not- 3.20'.! S.IT^K .1.20 2.22V* 2.47V4 Jan 3,24',* 3.21'-« 3.24 3.2W4 2.50 7 /)i ' Mar 3.28 1 /* 3.25 1 .: 3.2B 3.29V* 2.54^ May 3.30'/i 3.27^ :t,30 3.32 2.56^| ' Jul 3.3'Hi ;t.2»V4 3.311-a 3.33V* 2.58-'~SOYBEAN OIL ; Sep 13.56 13.30 1.1.52 13.30 IQ.nl . : Oct 12.83 12.55 12.B2 12.70 3.56 , Dec 12 42 12.17 12,39 12.3B 9.17 . .Jan V».M T2.12 12.29 12.13 9.10» Mar 12-25 12.12 12,24 12.08 H.99 , May 12,20 12.05 12.17B 12.05 8.93 • 'Jul 12-Oli 11.98 12.06B _ Xerox Cp 1 3592 200'>, 173K. 17!)',i-13-]4 1 SOVBKAN MEAL Y'Auc 97.00 94.35 96.75 OH.75 Sep 84.20 82.00 84.20 92.00 64.20 ' YoneST 1.80 410 31>i 30 30 -I'i YongSUDr 1 86 17'it 16ti !Ki- 'r. — Z— Zayre Corp 91 .12V. 32 W*- % Zenith 1 1867 73 64 G3=!i-l Ftwttiotes — New York Stock Exchange All sales in hundreds 100 omitted) except for those designated (z) which arc traded in 10-sharc tots and carried Oct 79.10 77.75 7a,05 82.H1B hl.Btl Dec 78.70 60.45 JPII 7800 77.15 78.00 7B.30B 60.95 Mar 7iUO 77.50 78.00 78.30 61.75 May 78,20 77.25 78.10 7H.30 62.RO • Jul 78.00 77.60 78.00B 78.50 63.35B B-Biri. American Stocks in full DIVIDENDS- (at plus extra; <b)i nald last year- (e) payment nn actumu-'ktcikwyd W5 Wkly Amn 8-26 f •fiS dividends: (d) dedarrf or paid so AMERICAN EXCHANGE STOCKS Ss Thtr 152 24% 2114 21%-25»:i'cal,o,lyC 1 233 :!»' , I.T-s 35- f -lTi Sunas,.-,, US 11'. 1314 13V.- % f ;--, his war . „„ rMU 1ar rale; (c) cash NEW VOKK lUPD-Sclectcd stocks OH LondUv-n 20 90 19 16% IGV.-ZVi 1 1'tabCpf IV, t 21'. ?.!'» 21',-': sunaspl l.r,5 49 2K, 22V, 2K- V4 )'•£,. stoc - k . (s , annua , rate plus stock the American Kxchange this week. 1 mipsrpm 1 248 15% 1"> 15 — 14'Pcnncv l'-a ? 'ti fiffii n ) n:i'>— 2'~ sunbm ] 16 55 46/4 44% 4(il*+ % 1 .,;..;.,„„,!. ,t,» ,.T n ;tai ilistrihiition: (i» per hales 100s High Low (.lose tbjf Lone Spl 111 8 77 76 7611-5 ! I'cnn Dx 60 x!52 1(1', 'f; 9--,- 14 : Su nChm .W »7 17 15% 15%- '/. LoneSG 1.12 X437 1954 IB-!'. 191',- 11 LongILt 1.08 157 26% 25% 25% ... Loral Corp 283 12% 11 n — l Lorillrd 2.50 246 42% 4!ls 41',;— % Ixirillrd nf 7 Z670 130'-'- 1281= 12811 — 31= 1 mir E 1 18 65 30>4 28'4 28V4— 2'-J Pc-nn Fruit 57 7 ll^ H-H- ' i .SuiiCpf 4.50 ZlM «7-'i 87',i «7U— ^ Pcniualt 1 73 4li-'. 43 -11' .— 2' , . S;i n Oil Co 1 ">9 5"n 5"% 51 - ^ Pnsalti>f 2' a IL! 75 71 71 -5'; Sunslrd 1.20 -71 51'.: 16 46 — 8 :l ; PpnnCpf 4-''s 8 ^ B2 Ri> -n SrvDX 1.4()a 5fiS -!7 :i ', 25 ; ^ 2r. :i i— 1's PaCSnii Hid T, -W-j 3!* :t!*'4— !•', Sin.sh.Mn SO X97H 31 .• 2,1 ^'-j-? 1 ^ PcnnPL 1.43 inf) '.11 i^s •->!>-• i-- •'.- KIII> Oil 1. 21) Ii5 109', 4 101',-.- 10P*— 3 ! 'ii LOU NSsh 4a 25 80'-= 771-j 77lj-3'.j: PaPI.pf 4.411 7j'in 81% an 81 ',-1'i s »'i[t t Co 2 512 44 40'-; 12 -1% cent in stock: <k> per cent in stock paid Ala Paw pf 3 75 li 75 75 — '- a last vear; <x> ex-dividend. FRACTIONS: (ft indicates followinK figure is fraction In 32nds. IVFI-'K IN' RFVIKW All Am Enp Co 43 0 Hi 8-!,- 'r, Allegti Cp wts 72 6 : U fi 6 — 3» • Allied I'ap 133 lti : !s IS'/j t5'. : — 3 .i Ark l,a Gas 212 .1!) 36*4 37 - 2H . Atlas Cn \vUs 37.1 l?'.s lTn 2 — ',» By United" Press lntprnatlnnn| Ayrshire Coll R W* 4Ui 41V-— HH VKW YORK— The wrek In review for ; Krai TL&P 497 S'« R R — '.<* Lowenst .80 104 1814 16% 17 -l';v PaPI.pf -IJO M« K% Ml', B:: -4 Sni ,, c , nc .71, 238 4P. 3[. 2 :i7i,-41= |b( . wwk endint AuK. 26: i. 1 :""'",, ,..^ '"-. *'.',"''. » I .- | -' J ;I» 1 h • nl an 112 44 41''* 4'Pii— - s » I'ennillt ''4') 1'iil' -I-" 1 • -l-i'j - 1 "' ' f - SvmlVy 13(1 !'!•) 21 ] * 2tn, 20-1 s— \-i niuv JO\FS «TOCK AVEItAGKS '( .imphrll Cihh 945 h9-16 .Vi .1', — 1 . ,"r.'. .S, -ii 17 MV 3.V-L-'|-l'eiuoil ! .W Mm. 81'-. SI', lil', !." ' m n.'l. ni.h l.o» Closr Clij, , C.i, oSo Pet 510 Ps F-> 1%-l-lH Gr W c%n »™ *?'° 1'J I?- I! 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A month before, h?r husband died of a hcnrl attack. i

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