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• SATURDAY, FilKUAK •Shares React •Inconclusively • NEW YORK (AP)-The sloe ^1 market went through aooth< • inconclusive session Friday i • it failed to follow through oh • small early advance. Tradin • was active. • Volume was 9.84 millio • shares compared with 9.99 mi • lion Thursday. • The Dow Jones industrial a • erage rose .56 to 847.33. • Although more stocks ros ; • than fell, other market indici | • tors disagreed with the Dow ii \ • dustrials. 3 • There was little in the ec j • nomic news to spur the markc > • to a rally so it continued t I • move "sideways" as it has fo 1 • more than a week, showing ne 9 1 gains and "losses alternate ) • from group to group. • mixed. Airlines and aerospac • stocks, however, put on a goo • showing. Some pivotal blu : • chips were weak, braking th vi • market averages. 1 • The Associated Press avera • of 60 stocks dipped a minim 5 • .1 to 314.7 with industrials o • • .2, rails up .1 and utilities o ; 1 Of 1,432 issues traded, 6 • rose and 548 fell. New highs f • 196&67 totaled 70. There was • new lows. • The New York Stock E • change index gained one cent • $47.90. • Nine of the 15 most acti • stocks rose and six fell. An a • sortment of lower-priced issu • again were prominent on th 1 Most active was Benguet, th • Philippine gold-mining issu • which rose H to 3 on 322,601 • shares. • Another low-priced stoc • Brunswick, rose VI to 12'/z a • second most active in conti • ued response to its turnabo • in earnings. • Sprague electric was hit ban • by selling and sank 9' 2 to 93 • as one of the volume leader • A big brokerage house sent ou • an advisory saying that th • m's second-half earning B would be down. • Admiral, down 3 at 31%, als • was dumped energetically. • published report told of a b • slash in fourth-quarter profits • because of a strike. • Gulf Oil filed registration fo • a big secondary offering of its • stock. Gulf dropped 2Vi on th • big board. • Prices were mixed on th | American Stock Exchange. I Indianapolis 1 Hogs Gain 1 INDIANAPOLIS (AP) I (USDA) - Hogs 4,700; butchers I fairly active, strong to 25 high• er; sows steady; 1-2 200-230 Ib • butchers 20.25-50; 100 head • 20.75; mixed 1-3 190-230 ft 19.75• 20.25; 230-250 Ib 19.25-75; 2-3 225• 250 Ib 19.25-50; 250-270 Ib 18.50• 19.25; 270-300 Ib 18.00-18.75; sows • 1-3 300-400 Ib 16.50-17.25; 400-500 • Ib 15.75-16.50; 2-3 500-650 Ib • 15.50-16.00. • Cattle 100; calves 10; coys • steady; not enough others to • test market; utility and com• mercial cows 16.00-17.50; one • lot mostly good vealers 35.50. • Sheep 130; large share sole • prior to arrival; not enough to | test market. 1 Hog Prices 1 Close Mixed I CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA) • Hogs 3,000; butchers 25 lower • to stronger; most 1-2 200-230 Ib • 20.25-20.75; 30 head at 21.00; • mixed 1-3 190-230 Ibs 19.75• 20.50; 23 240-260 Ibs 18.75-19.50; • mixed 1-3 350-400 Ib sows 17.25• 17.75. • Cattle 4,500; calves none; • slaughter steers 25 higher to 25 lower; prime 1,150-1,400 Ib. 25.75-26.25; high choice and prime 25.25-26.00; choice 24.5025.50; high choice and prime 850-1,100 Ib slaughter heifers J4.50-24.75; choice 23.50-24.50. Sheep 200; small supply ^laughter lambs steady; wooled slaughter lambs 21.50. Doup Expects ! No Tax Relief j INDIANAPOLIS ( U P I ) - f f rospects appear dim for pro- £ fierty tax relief in this session G 0f the Indiana Legislature, pre- c ifident George Doup of the Indi- " ana Farm Bureau said today. K Doup said in a prepared state- £ tfient that "Never had the need u Deen so compelling nor the cla- *' tfior so loud for property tax re- J< lief and yet prospects appear so <x d m." K! "The plan to share state n fluids with local governments |[ and schools is commendable," s< E>oup said, "but to expect long- f suffering property taxpayers to |" be happy sitting at the second i« tfble of leftovers after all other JJ government costs are funded is w, absurd." » Doup endorsed a plan now , pending in the legislature to « fevy gross income tax surtaxes {J! W pay for all county govern- dc nicnt costs except schools. ™f He Mid the bill w*s "work- c ',' »ple" and "would give the long- •(» ninge, meaningful relief being '" demanded by Hoosiers." n SHOPPING TRIPS in! DETROIT - Short - rim shop- $ ping trips put about 600 miles • n* y<?ar on the average automobile ,„ us>«d by an American household. >« Y Kl W THi ANDERSON HERALD Local Livestock Market Prices From Emfe't HOGS 25c HIGHER k 200-250 Ibs 18.75-19 '«" 250-300 Ibs 16.75-18. 15 Sows ... .. 1625 dow 4 Boars _ 13.15-14. g CATTLE STEADY „ Ch. steers t heifers 22.50-24.! Bulls 1600-201 ,_ Good steers & heifers 21.00-23.5 « LOCAL CHAIN MARKET i- The price will vary withi i- the area due to freight rates- Wheat _ i.f )- Beans . •> ' t Shelled corn, 56 Ibs. .""."u a Ear corn, 70 Ibs. .. u r New oats - d Muncie Livestock 1 HOGS 25e HIGHER rt 200-230 Ibs __._19.50-20.C e 230-280 Ibs. 17.75-19.5 e 280-300 Ibs 16.75-17.7 300-350 Ibs. 15.75-16.7 Roughs 350 down ....16.75-17.7 Roughs 350-450 Ibs. ..16.25-16.5 Roughs 450 Ibs. up ^15.75 dow CATTLE STEADY Choice steers 23.25-25.0 Good & ch. steers —.22.75-23.0 Std. & low gd. steers 21.75-22.5 Utility steers ....14.50-17.5 Choice heifers 22.25-23.5 Good & choice heifers 20.75-22.0 Utility heifers .. 13.50-16.5 COWS STEADY Canners and cutters 15.00-17.9 Utility 15.00-18.0 Commercial 14.00-17.0 Bulls 17 00-22.01 CALVES STEADY Choice & Prime Veal 31.00-35.01 Good Grade Veal ....25.50-29.5 Commercial 19.50-24.5 LAMBS STEADY Good to Choice Lambs 85-105 Ibs 18.00-20.0f readings 85 to 105 Ib. ... 8.00-12.0C SHEEP STEADY Slaughter Sheep .... 4.00- 6.0C Chicago Grain CHICAGO <UPI>-Whe«t and rye iver irregularly higher, soybeans and oat mixed and corn higher at the close Fri day on the Chicago Board of Trade. Wheat .wai up 14 to 1%; rye up V to 1: soybeans off 34 to up 114; oats off 14 to up Y* and corn up T4 to IVt Wheat was unsettled. It started hn op commercial selling. Stoploss order illowed. Prices rallied when a com mercial house bought and local short covered. Corn declined early under hedge iel ing. A succession of rallies followed 'deals bought actively. Some cash louses Kilt* July and bought May; some bought July and sold March. Soybeans were listless and pric M mixed. March lost ground on May .ocals bought. Commercial trade wai mixed. Oats were uneven. Local* nought ;ommission houses void early. Elevators bought March. Rye trade was light. There was some selling of May againft purchaat, of May wheat. The Range: Open Hit* low Close Prn. WHEAT IT 1.7614 1.7754 1.73=4 1-7714 1.7654 ay 1.78M, 1.801, 1.77 I.SO 1.78>i 1 1.74«4 1.77 1.73% 1.76*4 1.75 p 1.77V4 1.79'.i 1.76% 1.7914 1.7!% Dec 1.8254 l.MVi 1.8114 1.1454 1.13 CORN ar 1.3814 1.3914 1.3754 1.3954 1.3814 ay 1.41<>i 1.43 1.4154 1.4254 1.4154 1 1.4454 1.4514 1.44 1-4551 1.14,14 p H.l 1.44V. 1.UU 1.44 1.4314 Dec 1.35V4 I.37V4 1.35 1.37 1.3J54 OATS ar .73V« .73V4 .7254 .75 .7354 ay .7« .74V« .7354 .7414 .74 .73 .7354 .72% .735S .7351 p .73V4 .73ft .7314 .73!* -7«* C .7Ki .7614 .73?', .7614 .76M BTE »r 1.22K 1.23 1.11 1.23 1.22M ay 1.26S 1-27 1.24>i l.J6ii 1.26V. 1.29 1.30 1.28 1.29?i 1.2M4 p 1.32 1.3214 1.31 1.32'A 1.32 c 1.35V. 1.35VS SOTBEANS ar 2.8811 2.a«»i 2.8?»,i 2.88!l 2.»8?i 2.8.> 1 /i 2.86 1 /* 2.al*R 2.86 2.8.t"< t 2.8.1 2.83'i 2.I2VJ 2.8.1'i 28.25, p 2.iS'i 2.80 2.78-a 2.79'li 2.7SH SOYBEAN OU. r 10.14 10.14 10.0« 10.11 10.11 y 10.18 10.18 10.10 10.14B 10.17 10.lt 10.17 10.10 10.1S 10.17 J 10.0» 10.0J 10.03 10.07B 10,09 B p 5.98 10.02 5.58 S.98B 10.03 t 9.87 9.89 9.88 9.88B 9.90 B e 9.76 9.77 9.74 S.73B 9.73 n 8.74 9.75 9.72 9.74B 9.73 B SOYBEAN 3IEAL ar 74.00 74.05 73.80 73.90 7J.10 ay 73.15 73.30 73.00 73.30 73.20 73.45 73.45 73.25 73.45 73.50 C 73.10 73.45 73.20 73.30B 73.23 72.10 72.30 72.10 72.20B 72.25 B 71.70 71.80 71.70 71.70B 71.65 B c 71.70 71.80 71.65 71.70B 71.65 B 71.W 71.80 71.70 71.70B 71.65 B Bid. merican Stocks NEW YORK (UPD-Mecled stocks en American Stock Exchange today. Salesfhdsl HiEh Low Last Ch8. ojet .50a 84 37M 3S 3614+ « dCont .44 76 3311 Sl't 32?i- 14 Pet .40d 6 UVi ll'i 1114 ... lex Corp 22 16 15?4 1514 1 14 kLaG 1.60 61 38>4 3814 3114 ... 0 OiltG 457 3ts 2?4 1 7.L1PW 1 153 9 8»i 8 is .. ritPel .53d 1 91 1 *1 911 - tl hicf ConM 52 514 5 5M+ '.4 rco'e 2.60a x6 351i 3614 361i+ ',> nvjln .3M 82 1314 12?4 1314 1 -1 Ixllyo Cp 82 14j» 1414 «•»+ 14 J quit Cp 5k 171 4Vi 4 4!i -- arso Oil! 48 312 311 3tl -r tl editor .10 240 614 t 6!»T 'i clraonl Oil 10 514 8:4 8?4- !i ^ rth St .15d 48 6'4 6>« 6i«- !•• ' lyTiser .10 215 68>i 6654 66l4-Mi ord Can J 120 11814 11811 HSU h »4 ^ rontAIrl 5k 5 30 29».i 29!i- •. f; en Battery « 6 '.i 6!'. 6:i- 14 J; recrHy .30 17 13H 1314 IKi- '.4 J uskyO .15d 6 121i 12-^ 12^-; 14 :; aiscr Init IB 1114 lo'/i 10!i- ".» J; rby Pt .40 2 34 34 34 + V4 J; e Mat Cp .1 2344 M'A S5'4+ 14 f; eNatl wl 2 1214 1214 1ZV4 ... g olm* 21ik 46 18 17» 18 + 14 <• olybdn Cp 237 74*1 7314 7314+ H ;; Vldto .60 280 3914 38'A 3814- % <• w ParkM 44 5«4 5H K,- V. 0 kiep 490b x550 14714 14614 14GV4+ Yt X cNwTel 1 26 20% 2014 2M4 ... « p Foil .40 « 2214 n% 22% ... <L anCn Pet 31 K4 «<4 8«- H J; atDenn 51 54 111. 1014 1014— Vi £ malOilA 1 51 27% 2714 2714— « >; nolone .20 22 7!i 714 7V4- V. £ Metal .20 61 7»i 7% 7V4+ Y> £ Itham Ins «1 32?. 31!i 3114 -14 J; ntex .40 242 Ml 8214 >244-114 ^ cnnlco .40 315 UVi IS'/. 13'/4H- T4 f; Contwt 1 «14 4014 40M ... ^ ahias .60 4 13 I2tt lift-".* J; Nuc r .20 15 1H4 18?« 1814- 1* ;; eCorp .a 15 21!4 24U 2IH+ It g Ml tain In huMradn (00) omitted ex- % Dt lor tho«« dtslfiutwl d) which »re " ded in 10 shaw lota ud carried lo " . DIVIDENDS: (1) plua extra (b) Z. lared or paid n fir tils jear. no i: rul«r ran U> psynxnl «n accumu- ~" Fd dividends (d) cald last ye« <•' f-o h plus stock eg) annual rale phis , ck dlvMend (h) capital dlstrlbutln J:° per cent la stock paid Ian year XL per cent la stock <x> ex^llvldend. r ACTIONS: (f) IndlcaUa l(Hlowln« <!«• Co i fraction In 32nd« (i) Indicates Cc owni Il«ur« la fraclloii In Whs (r) Co icates following figure is fraction In Co ths («) indicates following figure is co ctlon In 25<the (t) Indicates following C o jr« u friction In 16lhs. co Nfh d I.o-v lor the j>ear column to MW aim for Mir (L) MW low for Co r. Cr I1HM| 50 BS12? X ^^ * «4 <v ^;iiislvv**iT' h "r°,'-f , ^MMM «*». . J H) " l m^ST^ a •isBBsB^si.ssfff^W^^^^B^M^R?!?' 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Sales Close Ch trunswick 292,900 1214 -:Roan Sel Trust ... 150,300 10T-4 -fl 1 Ampex 123,400 233i —1 n Utd Nuclear 94,300 26 +1 ; Am Photo 89,800 9'i H 1 Sprague El 85,000 93.>4 —9 1 Am Motors 8«,500 10 — Comwlth Oil 84,300 25 +1 Avco Corp 82,400 32*4 +2 1 Admiral Cp 79,800 3Hj —3 'Ijoy Mf« 70,100 28',i +2 Std 110 NJ 68,600 61»4 — ' Sperry Rand 68,300 33?4 — 1 •THAT THE STOCK MARKET DID By United Press International Friday Thursday ffk Af New Highs 66-67 70 63 4 New Lows 66-67 0 0 Advances 636 605 52 Declines , 548 616 68 Unchanged .... 248 224 34 Totals • 1432 1445 144 New York stock Exchange sales today- 9,830,000 New York Stock Exchange Bond sale today-SlM45,ooo DOW JONES AVERAGES NEW YORK (UPD-Dow Joins closin range of averages: Slocks Open High Loir Close Cbg 30 Inds 846.49 854.79 839.64 847.33-j-0.5i 20 Rails 228.90 230.17 228.13 229.15-0.0 15 Utils 136.63 137.65 135.58 136.79-1-0.1 65 Stock! 304.40 306.86 302.41 304.71+0.1 Transactions in stocks used in average Friday: Industrials G2B.900; Railroad 65,800; Utilities 98,100; Total 792,800. 30 "0 15 Inds. Rails Utlls High 1966.67 995.15 271.72 152.3 LOW 1966-67 744.32 1S4.34 113.91 Bonds: Close Chg 40 Bonds 83.ll -o.o 10 IS! Rails 75.26 —0.1 10 2nd Rails 84.02 -0.1V 10 Utils 84.25 —0.0 lOlndns 88.91 +0.0 Dow Jones Commodity Futures Inde? (1924-26 average equals 100): closed a 136.73. NEW YORK (UPD-Selected stocks or he New York Stock Exchange today. Sales(bds) High Urn Close Chi AbexCp 1.60 7 '3314 32!4 32J4 .- AcmeMk 2» 33 4014 3954 4014+ '.- Adresso 1.40 171 55Vi 53?i 54?i + lli Admiral .50 796 JHi 31'l 31*4—3 AirPrd .20g 18 3714 3654 3654-1 AirReduct 3 34 74^4 73 : }4 7414+ Jl AlcanAlu 1 164 32J4 32« 3234+ 14 AllegCp -1M 30 1014 10 1014+ 14 AlLud 2.40g 31 57Vj 57 57 ... AllegPr 1.20 13 26H 2GMl 2«4+ 14 AlldCh 1.90s 176 40Vb 3914 40W+ % AlliedSt 1.32 41 26?4 25'.', 25»1— 1 Allis Chal 1 X89 25?4 25V, 2514— 14 Alcoa 1.60 36 8544 83H 8514— 14 Amerada 3 77 91 90 9014+14 Am Airl 114 320 7954 7654 799S + 3'/, A Brest 1.60 109 7714 7614 7714+ YR Am Can 2.20 69 47ft 46% 4754 + 114 AmCyau 114 X290 31 3054 3014 ... Am El 1.44g 79 3914 39U 3»— 14 mExpt 10k 99 3514 3314 34K + 1"/. AForP 1.16 17 19^4 1914 1914 - m Home 2 105 955S 95 95 M P .90 218 1714 16;4 16!k+ 's MelCl 1.90 264 49 451'j 48U + 2:i mer Motor 845 1014 10 10 — U VtGs l.ao 202 39 s i 39 3fl'i~ Sj mcr Photo 89S !P; n>i !)i'.J- i; Am Smelt .1 3fi B4' K M~ f fiFi— H Am Stand 1 x.'ifi I9'« 13 ','tlVt . A Sugar l.fio 40 Wi 29'i 29' j+ > AmTi-T 2.20 x.™ :.7"4 'i7'j 57Ti — > Am Ton 1.30 23fi 34'* 33^ 3.1'ii— i fl \m Zinc .40 17 2:?^ 22U 2:i'i— « Ametck 1 Ifi 25'i 251i 2jli .. Anacnda In 3B4 9P4 89 s ii 89T«— ?« ArchDn l.fiO 8 .Ifii'j 381'i 381-i— 14 Armcn Stl :» 2fi ,y 5314 53'^— *i Armur 1.60K 58 3614 3514 3514+ Va AnrCfc 1.20 411 5914 58 58 ... Ashl Oil 1.20 95 3414 3354 34 + l/< Assolnv 1.40 5 2414 24 2414— 14 Atchisn l.fio 104 29T4 2914 2054 AtlCstLn3a 3 .75?. 7554 75!i+ '4 AtlRich 2.80 21 8914 89 89V<+ Yi Atlaa Corp 214 314 3 3 — 14' 4.VCOCP 1.20 815 3254 3054 3254+214 ivnetlnc .50 40 23 22ii 2254— Yi B.B Bab&W 1.36 184 39% 3854 38>,i+ '4 3altGE 1.52 42 34 331i 34 + 14 KangrP .1011 36 2614 25Vi 26^4 + 114 Jasiclnc .90 6 1614 1614 lt',4 ... Sathlron 4k 8 33 3214 32',i+ 5i leat Fd 114 24 4514 4514 451s— n g 3eaunit .75 47 14?& 14^4 145«+ Yt !eckml .121) 134 655i 6Ki 63=1—114 SecchAc .80 29 331-i 3211 3318+ T« *«cllN 1.40 116 45 4411 4.) — '/i Jell&HH .50 165 631i 62 6251+ 5i l^ndix 1.4(1 135 3S31 3554 36Vj + l'4 Jcth Stl 114 115 34?< 34V< 34»^- ", lacKD 1.40 11 58 57 58 +1V. icing 1.." 55P ,41i 71V1 7114—1 oiseCas .?S 52 265i 25V4 2fi?ii+ 54 Jornon 1.^0 162 "V' rf 34 35 -:- 5i orsWr .Si 26 41'i 41'i 41Vi- : » ostEll 1.32 16 41!« 40»s 41 -i- !'< >ourns Inc 49 261i 26 2fi — 5a ris My .80 343 601* 5!Hi S914+ 1-i runswk Cp 2829 1254 1254 121i+ IS ucv E 1.60 41 28'-i 28 28 —14 udd Co .60 to 15{4 15'j 1514 --- ulovaW 6.0 22 24 2314 2314— «T1 urllnd 1.2fl 170 3314 3214 321i— 1 urroughs 1 310 103 10214 103 + 14 alif Pack 1 85 ' 2<>,1 26»4 26'i- 1/1 alHcIa 1.20 45 4114 4W4 4054— H ampblSp 1 % 271i 2651 26»i- '/i an Drv \t «) 20!« 2011 2014 ... nPac 2 85d 1 5851 5854 58?*— Y* aroPl 1.34 14 4654 4514 4654+ 54 arolTe .68 »20 23H 2314 23J4+ 14 arrlcrCp 2 42 88 8754 88 ... arlrW .40a 115 16W 1554 15T4 ... ase(JI) Co 47 19T4 195i 19?«+ ',4 IterTr 1.20 241 3854 37?i 37«s— 14 tlaneso J 149 5754 5654 5714+ '< CnSoya .80 69 2654 2614 2614-34 trro 1.601! *2 4M4 40'A 4054— H trlan-t .80 69 18',4 17V« 1714-114 essna 1.40 34 42V. 4154 4214+ =.4 1 PI Stl .504 40 15141554 1551-14 1 SamP 1.3(1 «5 4514 4514 4514+ >/» 1 imSPl 2,20 « 4154 4154 4HH- !4 1 US Ohio 4 19 6814 6814 6814 ... I 1MSPI.P 1 39 4854 47«4 48 — »/4 t UNoWst 4 191011410014101 --. « 1 RltPlc 4 2014 2014 2014- 54 S ryaler 1 313 36V4 3554 33'/i- 14 1 nGaa 1.20 27 27'/i 27 S714+ W 'V TFIn 1.60 B2 3354 32!4 335I+ '« A tlesSv 1.80 82 4714 4614 47 + 14 il eveEl 1.68 14 39Vi 3914 3914- Vt ,\ «aCol 1.90 78 10154 10014 101 + 14 A Igate Co 1 67 3014 305|| 3054+ 14 A IllnsB .60 311 7.T/I 71»4 7U4-254 H llhtO 1.60 5155 3454 3t'/4 3l»i+ 54 I* B S 1.40 151 69 148854 «9V. + 2 11 1 Oaa 1.44 62 2754 2714 2754 ... H m Cr 1.80 X22 2154 2814 2814— 'i, S mSlv 1.20 206 3214 5lHl 5114+ 14 tl mwEdls 2 4ft 5054 5014 S054+ 14 A m Sat C|> 262 5754 S8H 57Vi ; 1 S nsEd 1.80 131 3414 .11". 34",-: ", t, nsFd 1.40 94 49% 4714 4ft'4 + 15k X nsNG l.fiO 67 2814 Wi 2B 1 — '. \ m l.Mf 47 49>1 49", n*, ;. i. ,\ ntanr 1.30 30 3.1 29'>i( 29\ . ^ ntAIr 1.20 82 flfl'4 87H M' 1 : -''.^ nIBk 2.20 14 SI'l 511', 51 H-! 11 8 ncan i.«i sr, c,', 4454 4r, i 14 N ntMot .40 5 16 16 16 A ntOII 2.W1 128 7314 72*4 73 5 ntrl nila sMO S354 5I<1 52'i;- ?4 > rnPd i.;i 40 48 ?H«'. 4«ii . ^ IM l.M U 4014 39'i 3914 ... Stock Closings CroivnZ 2.31 31 4!',i 47?i 47K-1 NatBiKuit « M 50'i 49!i 49!i— 1! St Crucibl 1.20 20 24'i 24 24 — !-i Kt Cash 1.20 207 87'* 34lr, afiii+.T k Cudahy Co 111 8H 7!i 8+1 Curtiss Wr t 257 23'A 223i 22-1i . r. 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KETSTONE: Fri <l»y Inv B-I 23.40 2<.4 Bid Asked M«d B-2 22.99 25.0 Adv Fd 8.14 ».M Dig B-4 10.30 11.2 Affil Fd 8,52 9.21 Inc K-l 9.03 9.8 Broad St 14.83 16.03 Gth K-2 ft.52 7.1 Bullock 14.6316.03 HGr S-l 21.6623.6 C*n G«n 9.60 10.« Inc S-2 10.31 11.2 Cent Shr U.M 12.07 App S-^ 9.43 10.2 CHAN-MNG FDS: LPr S-| 6.33 6.9 Balan l!.« 14.16 Intl 11.99 12.9 Com St l.tt 2.17 Lazwd 13.50 15.7 Grwth 16.6518.20 Life Inv «.99 7.6 Incom 8.31 9.30 Life Stk 3.05 5.5 Sped 2.75 3.01 Maw Gr 11.62 12.7 Chas* Fd 10.28 11.23 Maw Tr 16.21 17-7 Chem Fd 17.17 13.77 NAT SEC SE*; Cora Inv 11.75 12.00 Balan 11.31 12.3 Divid Sh 3.57 3.92 Bond 6.17 «.7 Dow Th 7.15 7.73 Divid 4.$3 5.3 Dreyfus 13.59 14.83 Pf Stk 7.07 7.7 Eitn Bftl 11.84 12.86 Incom 6,1» 6.T Eatn Stk 13.91 17.2$ Stock 8.86 S.b Fid Cap 13.79 14.99 Gnvth 10.83 ll.ft Fifl Fund 17.66 19.W P«nn Sq 17.60 17.6 Fid Trnd 28.45 30.92 Price TR 22.M 22.1 Fid Mut 8-80 9.62 Putnam 16.2217.7 FRANKLIN Put Grth 12.21 13.3CUSTODIAN: Scud Cm Fnk Cm 7.17 7.8J Sel Am 11-37 12.3 Fnk Bp 2.63 2.89 St»t* St 4823 ... Fnb Ut 7.58 8,33 Sted S*G Fnk In 3.06 3.36 Telev El 9.70 10.3 GROUP SEC: UNITED FUNDS: Aerosp 10.40 11.39 Accu 17.23 18.8 Com St 13.59 14.88 Incom 13.76 15.0 Ful Afl 9.4910.40 Sde= 9.04 9.9 Ham hdt 5.26 5.75 Un F Cn *5.16 5.6 Inc Fd 13.0114.22 Varied In 5.43 5.9 Ine B03t 8.04 8.7B Well Fd x!3.M 14.7 IncV Am 13.G4 14.91 Wndsor 18.20 19.7 INVEST GROUT: Worth 5.8S 6.3 1 Mut 11.11 12. M \. ft dividend MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW YORK (UPI> — Markets at i glance it the clou on Friday: Stocks— Mixed in fairly active trading Bonds— Mostly lower. U. S. Government Bonds — Higher in quiet trading;. American Stocki— Irregularly hlgh*r. Midwest Stockn— Higher. London Stocks— Irregular. Cotton Future*— Steady. Grains In Chicago— Wheat clo.itd H to ]** c#nU hish*r: corn H to Hi cents light r; oats unchanged to H cent, low >r; rj'« ^ to *4 c*nt higher; soybeans ?< lower to l!i cenls higher per buihel Hoa^ 25 centa lower to 50 centa hJgb«r top $21.00. Cattte 25 cents lower to 25 ttnts higher, lop 126. W. Sheep Heady, top $21.50. NEW YORK (UPI) — Th« 10 act ve stochs traded on th» American Stock Exchansa Friday. Silei Close Cbr. Gt Lakes C 255,600 5Ti +1 W Am Electronica ..._ S8.200 3 + »i Sterling Prec 95,600 2'/i -l- ',4 Allied Art Po 92,400 3W + «i Asamcra oil 83,600 W4 + *A Cinerama Ine 60,400 3H -f- Vt tanaogram Co 72,400 U 3 ,t + 1 Goidfield Corp 63,8oo 2-H * y» R I C Group loo _.. 55,400 I ?•+ Vj DOW-JONES STOCK AVERAGE* By United Freii Interaationil 30.1od 20-RR IS-Ulil GVStki 11 a.m 848.05 239.10 136.73 304.81 Noon 848.55 228.95 136,76 304.85 1 p.m. - - 849.89 229.Z7 136.79 30526 SL p.m. 84B.« 229.17 136.47 304.83 3 p.m. 847.44 220.27 136.79 304.79 Close B47.33 229.15 136.7!t 304.7J Pel. chjf. .. - -i-0.06 -0.00 -fO.07 4-0-03 Vfl MARKET INDICATOR Closioft net pric* change of all NYS stocki traded, computed by Quotron Service, was up 0.16 (16-100ths per cent) from previous day'* cloie. Using April 1. 1966 pric«t u i 100 base, th* Indicator closed Friday a 100.2. Inaw Skirt V»lumt Advances filfi 5,280,000 Declincg 54K *,790,000 Unchanged 24* 760,000 Total 3.432 tjSSO.OOO NEW TOM STOCK tALES Appro* final total 9.830,000 Previous day 10,010,000 Week ago 8,334,W9 Month ago 9,699,180 Two years ago _ 5,802,000 Jan. 1 to date 370,447.470 1566 to date 339,290,530 1965 to dlte 221,423,140 STANDARD * POOR'S INDEXES hourly indexed for Friday. UMM3 equals 10). 4?,>Ind 20-RR5S-Util500-Slks 11 a.m. — - J3.54 46.10 70.16 87.49 \OOR 93.57 4G.03 70.16 87.51 1 p.m. 93.61 -16.IO 70.17 87.55 2 p.m 93.53 46.0.1 "0.04 87.46 3 p.m 9.1.52 46.09 70.12 87.4? Close ... 93.44 46.13 70.20 87.41 Prev ClOSft . 93.50 46.06 70.14 17.45 NT6K INDEXES Close Change Cammon lode* 47.90 4-0.01 Indnstriala «7.tJ4 4-0.02 Transport 52.46 rO.« UHUUt* *7. '.3 —0.15 Financ* 4B.sa +0.11 MARKET INDEXES NYSE infltx 47.M up 0.01 ASE Index *16-39 up 0.02 UPI indicator i00.2pc UP O.iepc Dow Jo&es Itirf «47.33 UP Orffi S4P 5M Stocks 87.41 o[{ O.M Volcano Never Stops, iighest In Europe SAN VINCENZO, Italy — The volcano, SLrombdi, is one of the ew in the world in a state of >ermanent moderate activity, t is also Eurpoe's highest vol- •ano if measured from Us sedi- nentary base 7,000 feet below ea level. The visible volcano s 3,040 feet high. Vooluorth 1 9.1 2Hi 11U 21',4-i- '.P __XT7 \erox Cp 1 251 2tt 24214 246 +3'i 'onfiST l.M 1?4 .11 Mii .10vj— »« cnithK 1 .20 218 53!i 57', j ST-'i— l ; !i Footnoles— N'ew York Slock Exchant*. All t*\t* In hur^redi (W) omitted e^- cpt for thOM <l*sign»ted (r) which are radeil in IA nhare ot* find carried in ill. DIVIDENDS: <a> p n* pxtrji; (h> rclarrd nr pniil t« far Ihin yttr, no Oftiilar rat*; lc' pn.vniPnt on icnimulat- i dividend*: <d> ii;ild ant \f»r; <<•) nsh plu^ stick: ffi) nniuinl rnte plus :nck dlvidciKl; <h> rapttnl (llmribiition: ) per cent in clock paid \m( .year; k) pep cent in stock; (x) fx-dividcnd. I'll ACTIONS: (f) indicate* following ciirf In (rxctinn in .Undu, lllfh It [,otv fnr Ihr v'»r rnlitmn H» n»vr high (pr ymr; (I,i nrw lovv or year. lake It Easy When Sailing AJAnr*! DA an PAGE 12 AIORQ KOdQ DETROIT (UPI) -Next time yoj're barreling along al arounc 50 or 60 a couple of car lengths behind the fellow in front of yoi, picture a piece of papei about 12 inches square. With care, you could stand comfortably on the space perhaps even with your feet a few inches apart. Got the picture? Well, that's the amount of surface your car has foi stopping. A car's four tires are its onlj contact with the road. Each of these tires rests on a surface that is oval in shape and measures about 5 inches wide and eight inches long. Th less than 40 square inches tire, or less than 160 inches total for all four wheels. L than 160 inches of fric surface to stop a veil weighing up to two tons. Long Stopping Distance Small wonder, then, tha takes the ordinary driver ab the length of a football fiel< brin; his car to a stop from miles an hour— even in a p; situation. The experts, with best of equipment, and un the best of conditions, can't it in less than 168 feet. Even those figures don't co reaction time— the time it ta th. driver to lift his foot ft the accelerator, press on brake and have it take h This time runs up to one sec or more and in one second y car will have traveled 88 before there's any discern slowing down at all. Add tha even the best driver's distal and you get 2S6 feet, not m shorter than that football fi Not many ordinary driv have the best equipment, best conditions are the n unpredictable. And this is wli many drivers err. They di too fast for the conditions, too fast for the conditions. '. 'or example, the Rubber 1' ufaeturers Association (R\ says that at 30 miles per ht it can take a car up to f times as far to stop on a r' id as on a dry road. Three Important Condition The RMA lists three co tions that are uppermost decreasing a car's ability stop even if the brakes are perfect condition. One is the or slick road. A second excessive speed. The third badly worn tires. Any one these three or a combination them, can result in on* of most dangerous driving si 1 ions a motorist can fac skidding. One of the most deceiving all situations is when there be..- only a light rain. The i torist who figures this does make roads slick is wrong: li road oil floats on a thin film water and forms a treachen lubricant between tires and road. Heavy rain washes t awav. . Wet roads, of course, always a hazard. But they most hazardous after a li rain because the road surf: lien is both wet and oily. Think of those few inches gripping surface your car t when you're driving on a v road. Think of them on t roads, too— and that footb field of stopping distance. Hanging on to those thoug ould save your life. St. Croix Once Riche Sugar Island In Sout ST. CROIX, U. S. VIRG ownership St. Croix becar the richest sugar island in t Caribbean. It reached its pe of wealth about 1796, when had 114 windmills and 114 a Rial-powered mills grinding o :he golden juice. POPULATION DENSITY SAN SALVADOR - The po ilation of El Salvador is abo [40 persons per square mile, t second most densely populat of the American republics. ; . '••"'"';. ;,;;V; i: ..IAv i . J . :..••-;"' - : .. '^•••••:::M'i \, ', "•.':••"•'; ,v • li "' 1 ' ' ~j ''•''•$"- *•:' • IN VIETNAM - We. flobert N. C/offorrf, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max A. Stafford, Rt. 3 Box 300, Alexandria, is presently serving in Vietnam. He it a 1965 graduate of Alexand prior to entering the U.S. prior to entering the U.S. Army, was an employe of Deko-Remy Plant 6. He entered the Army Aug. 15, 1965, completed basic training al Ft. Knox, Ky., and AIT and H. Leonard Wood, Mo He wot home IS day; before reporting in Ft. lewis, Wash, on Jan. 3, 1967, from where he left Jan. 5 for Viel noin. He is serving with tha Hth fngine»ring Sotalllon Company A, it's pei in ess ion cle imi to 60 nic the der do un kes om the old one our reet ble tto ice uch eld ers the 10S ere ive an IA) HIT OU] we is ndi in to in we is is 0 of the ua- e— of has no- n't 5ht o! )US Hie his ire 're Sflt ice of as ret Iry all its St h IN h ne he ak it ni- ut Put lie ed Classification., Cirtf *f HIIIUBJ) .—._..— __.-! In McmorUm ,... M ..........| Pcrsontli .-••«......»..».§ When «« tit ._ .„.! Transportation '. 1 Loll and Found „ 7 BUSINESS SERVICES Income Tax Service > Beauty t Barber Shovi — 10 Funeral Directors H Cemetery Lotl for Salt „-- 11A Business Service General li Appliance Service __13 Building Contractora _..i4 Carpentry — « .-15 Cement and Masonry 11 Gravel. Sand. Stone 16A Hauling and Moving — 17 Painting, Paperhaniini . M .-19 Plumbing and Heating H .19 Sewer "leanine .—....-M Laundry and Cleaning ._ — 31 EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted, Male 22 Help Wanted. Female 23 Help Wanted. Malc-Femal* .24 Situations Wanted 26 Child Care 27 Business Opportunities 2B MERCHANDISE Miscellaneous lor Sale 2f Iporti, Boats Motor. 29A Auction Sale. 30 Antiques For Salt 30A Clothing. Shoef 31A Household Gooda 32 Gift Suggestions S2A TV-Radio, Saies. Servic* — 33 Musical Instiuments 35 Tools and Machinery 36 BuUdlng Materials —37 Fuel. Coal. Oil ...3*. Flowers and Plant! .... ..30 Fruit and Vegetables ... — 40 Farm Supplies .._ 41 Wanted to Bur — — — 41 LIVESTOCK Livestock tor Sale ..— —.43 Poultry and SupoUes . 44 Pets _ 45 RENTAL* Apartments, Furnished ...... 46 Apartments, Unfurnished 47 Houses for Rent _48 Business Locations ... 49 Rooms with Board ..» 50 Rooms, without Board ...~-51 Miscellaneous for Rent 52 Wanted to Rent -— — IS REAL ESTATE Real Estate for Sal* 54 Mobile Homes 54A Lots for Sate 5! Farm and Acreage 55A lummer Resort _ !9 FINANCIAL Insurance* . .......9V Loans 50 AUTOMOTTV* Autos lor Sale .. ..80 Motorcycles For Sal* 60A Trucks and Trailers M ...61 Tires and Accessories .* 62 Auto Service N CLASSIFIED DISPLAY AH Classifications N 3— Personal derson riot having a good supply of Model Railroad Items to choose from. Come ou out and see for yourself. Open Wed. & Fri. eves & Sat. afternoon. Ph. 642.2992. The Toot t Whistle Train Shop. 5314 Nlchol Ave. Just arrived; "Toddly Wink" knits or toddlers, Layaway for Easter. THE FAMILY SHOE CENTER Chesterfield Shopping Center Open 9.8 Daily Except Sunday A STITCH IN TIME MAY SAVE MORE THAN «-$ ON NEW SHOES. Hughes Shoe Repair J7 W. 12 ACROSS FROM YMCA For the gift that's different See "ROSES IN LUCITE" at THE SHOWPLACE 1120 MERIDIAN )NE of the finer things of life — Hue Lustre carpet arid upholstery ileaner. Rent electric shampooer 1. Hook Drugs. BROKEN ARMS at a result of falling down steps can be prevented with a sturdy ornamental railing. Mofab, Inc. 1415 Fair-view. KNIT YOUR SPRING OUTFIT! Win-Lite, Paradise yarns. New kits. Bernie's Knit Shop tlS VI. 5th Ph. 643-4634 ANTS ALL WINTER? jits hide under your house where t is dark & warm. Barter Exterminating Co.. Ph. 644.7805 kills every ant with a machine that sprays under all your house for only ?15.- EarFs Watch Repair 29 W. 12. ACROSS FROM YMCA. REP. ON ALL ELEC. SHAVERS COMP. WATCH Sc CLOCK REP. READER & ADVISOR 7 days a week by appt. 644-8246 4— Special Notices) >an Hamburger 39c Ib. Pork Chops 69e Ib. Cube Steaks 99c Ib. Boneless Rolled Rump 89c Ib. 25 LB. LOTS— HAMBURGER— ?8. 25 B & H MARKET !935 S. Madison Ave., Brown St. Rd. lam and beans and cornbread. Sat. Feb. 25. 5-8 p.m. Adults 75c. chil- 1rcn 50c. FLORIDA METH. CHURCH. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS P.O. BOXES 1013 AND 32S PHONE 042-0092 Carpet Linoleum Tile LARGE SELECTION. LOW PRICES DURGAN'S !TH 4 MAIN PH. 644-7280 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING 11 h t s quick, « », s y , inexpensive icthod that links those who have 7 nd those who have not makes life 1 1 asier for all. Yes, there are profit! pportunities a-plenty awaiting you. - irough Classified Ads. 3asslfied Adi are the only form of f everyone and anyone. Here, the ng, hiring, renting, swapping, and tiling countless other needs. he Classified Ads are The People's larket Place. They are, of, by, and _ nr you; your next door neighbor, I our friend across town and the b t ranger in our city. s 'es, it's your* to read and use. oth for profits and results — it e on«s to YOU, the people! It's in lie People's Market Place, thous- nds are made to order for a union uses! A (. you've yet ,io learn by personal ' vpcrlenca how much easier Clapst- cd Ads make It to get what you L ant, don't wait any longer. c IT'S EASY TO i PLACE i A CLASSIFIED AD t n rx-penoncf-rl "Ad-Taker" is ju far .-is ymir lrlf|)lliinc. You inny hai-gp vour u nnt *<ls. Just • 'HONK. fi'i:i-337l OM1NG SOON. We will honor vour Ilrtwest C1IAI1RE CARDS. Witkcns Shoes & Scrv. I 13BD * COLUMmiS AVK. 4-Sp»:iol NolicM Attention Chesterfield!) KD'S BARBER SHOP, at th* Corn«r of Washington and Main Sis., Is now onen (or business. Ed Kurler's 17 yearl of bar. berjng experienc* it at your service. OPEN MOW. - FRI. 9 TILL 1 SATURDAY J TILL 1 Don't Forget— Feb. 23 SEE THE ALL NEW FIREBIRD RUSS REGENOLD PONTIAC INC. .ID:! PKND. AVE PH. W1-2M1 We're not lost — we just moved. Colonial Knitting shoppr 71! East 3th Phone 6(3-030J ALTERATIONS Or ALL KINDS 423 W. 6TH PH. 644-0524 7-loit and Found Found — Pair of glassei. Inquir* at Anderson Newspapers. White, male cat, plaid coila~rTlM( n til-rat Hills area. Howard. PH. (M.1-715J1. 9-lneoirn Tax Service T-I j i j r.. , " Tax Returns "Prepared for S3 up" 17 YRS. EXPERIENCE Sarah Boyd Agency Ph. 644-4453 For Appt. TAXES FILED b21 p.. School St. Ph. 643-6231 INDIVIDUAL STATE i- FEDEHAI. TAX returns figured here. Reas. onable rate. CRULL REALTY 5225 Columbus Ave. 843-72«« Fed. & State - $5 Up H & R BLOCK, INC. America'! Largest Tax Servic* 404 Jackson St. 1022 Meridian St. PHONE: 643.77M NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY Wkdays 9 AM : 9 PM, Sat. i Sun 9-1 INDIVIDUAL TAX SERVICE 32 yrs. experience JOHN S. HARRIS i SON Meridian at 22nd State 4 Federal Taxet 27 Years Experience. Open 5 P.M. to 9 P.M. Dally Open 8 A.M to 9 P.M. Sat. ft Sun, E. J. Moore, 2324 Pitt, 643-93SJ Taxe? filed at your ' home or mine. 2340 Main St., Elwood & Anderson area. Ph. 552-2248. Edgar Spearman. TAX RETURNS TILED Ph. 843-1170 for your ippb Our uth year ol service. C. BOONE. SOS E. 18* 10— Beauty and Barber Shops r or Rent. Beauty Parlor, one or tu-o operators. Ph. 644-9631. LEMON'S FURNITURE STORE. 11— Funeral Director* Personal attention to every detail and sympathetic understanding .is what you expect from the Brown '( But* Funeral Home. BROWN & BUIZ 844.58!* Small businesses and Contractors- Bookkeeping — Payroll — Quarterly tax returns — Weekly or monthly service. Ph. 844-6321. KLEAN BRITE Carpets & Hugs cleaned in your home. Guaranteed dry. same dav 2303 Madison Ph. 644-462S LIGHT HAULING AND GARAGB CLEANING. PH. 844-0377. DON'T SAY HALF. SAY FUTJi SOLES & GET THE NEW LOOK. WYANT SHOE REPAIR 1310 Her. LAND SURVEYING HAROLD E. SMITH REG. ENGINEER & SURVEYOR 810 Main St. Ph. 642-7234 SPECIAL MOWER i GARDEN TRACTOS TUNE-UP Check engine compression Clean cooling fins Clean breaker points Check crankshaft alignment Clean carb. filters tc adjust jets Check blade, drive i balance Install new spark plug-free Drain old oil & install fresh ALL MAKES & MODELS MONTGOMERY WARD Mounds Mali Ph. 6M-6311 13-Appliqnca Service House WIRING, service 220. rani* plug. etc. Newsom Elec. 644-5335. Rofcrs Electric Co. Inc. Ph. 644-M49 Electrical contracting and repair washers, dryers, refrigeration. AJiO exncrt small appliance repair. Night emergency call 644-444» WE SERVICE most makes and models of MAJOR APPLIANCES. ROBY'S 1 E. Main. Chesteriield 373-3321 14— Building Contractors General Remodeling of all types, room additions, alum. Siding, doors, windows. Julius Moore, 642-5289. COMMERCIAL MAINTENANCE OR REMODELING — CALL Vernon Hamlin REMODELING CONTRACTOR 2430 W. 8th PH. 644-0123 ROOM ADDITIONS — GARAGES ALUM. SIDING — REMODELING FREE ESTIMATES NO SIDNEY DOWN UP TO 5 YEARS TO PAY Petersen Lumber Co. 1710 OHIO AVE. PH. 844-8891 Ve specialize m Remodeling! Fre« Estimates '. Room, Additions, Garages, Custom Cabinets. Built-in Appliances, you name it! Financed ocally, nothing down, small month- y payments. Call the LUMBER NUMBER 644-6831. Madison Co. Lumber REMODEL NOW! Complete home improvements. Can urnish financing. Call 643-3331 a.m. to 5 D.m. after hour: Call Remodeling of all kinds, Paneling, Celling tile, roofs, porches & etc. 'rre est. Ph. 643-2385 Fully ins. WILL BIMLD~OR~REM6DEI. LUTHER BILBREY 643-8432 SIDING— ROOFING— GARAGES. 5— Carpentry CARPENTER 4 CEMENT WORK. PH. 642-4252 6A— Gravel, Sand, Stone r veways. footings, septic tanki. ack hoe work, grading, crawl pace, bank run gravel. 643-6502. Stone Gravel & Sand" PHONE 378-33J1 GRAVEL-STONE—DIRT * GRADING . R. KELLY PH. 643-5311 7-Hauling and Moving ight hauling, basement Sc garan enning, odd Jobs. Ph. 6-12-7807. anlmg, all kinds. Basement, fa- age cleaning. 044-5071 or 642.S4J6. icht hauling. Garace"»ndliasem«ri» leaning. Ph. 614-6684. IGHT HAULING V ODD JOBS PH. 641.4187. " JIM'S UOHT HAULING i ' DKl.lvr.RY. nF.AS. PH. m.'MSI! .11 IIIR A: moving, quick sfrv.. Ig. ut'k. Ph. 614-2031 or B44-G115. HAULING. 7 DAYS A WEEK~~ PIIONK 643-1377. Reynolds & Wyatt lauling, moving, Deliv, 644 J123 or (144.9207

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