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THE ELMIRA TELEGRAM Sunday, March 8, 1964 9-B American Stocks Sain thdi.) High Lw Last Chj. AeroletO .50 108 354 34 3" , Aeronca Mf 27 V 2' 21 Vt Alaska Alrl 58 4H 4i 4' -4 v, AIIAEng .20g 14 4' 4 4' V. AH9 CP Wt 162 t"t tH ... Allied Art 25 VI Vlt 24 ft Allied Pap 47 TVt 7Vi Vt ... Alsco A 32 i 5 J5 Vi Ambass OH 35 4'4 44 4' V Am Electron 120 Wt lVi 1 Vt Am MARC 109 3V4 3 , AmPetro .15 71 I 7 Tt Vt AmSeal .25d W 15 15H 15H- V AngLaA .45 151 4 y yt- Vt ArkLGas 1.20 141 33'i 32H 33 Armour . Wt 82 31Vi 29 31V4 1 Asamera Oil 100 15-16 Vt 15-161-16 AssdOil tV G 355 45. 4V4 4H H Atco Chem 29 Vt 2 2 At Research 77 111 10V. 10" Vt AtlasMin .38f 79 14 13V. 13' AtlesCp wt 137 l'4 I 1 ... AtlasGn .10 23 16H 15 15H- H vlAtlas Sew 21 5-16 H ... AudioO .23t 41 14 12' 12V- Vt Avien 57 31 2V jv i Banff Oil 124 1 13M Barnes Eng 96 26 244 24' 14 BarryWr .50 46 111 10' 1CR4 vt Bayview Oil 91 14 is ih Bearings .60 17 17 17 17'. 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Stocks . ' rfftnii, kmm . v Li it nr im in Otto Kohl checks engine used in "America." By PETE ESPOSITO ! HAMMONDSPORT -Some rare aeronautical items acquired recently will be displayed for the first time when the Glenn H. Curtiss Museum of Local History opens for its third season May IS. Moreover, the museum on the second floor of the former high school, which Curtiss attended, has been expanded to almost twice its original size to accommodate the growing collection. Museum President Otto Kohl during the winter months also broke through a wall and re furbished two rooms ino one large area. This space now houses non-aeronautical items. Two more large rooms remain on the floor. KOHL IS now busy complet ing renovation of a Curtiss Robin, the last aircraft Curtiss helped design. It was made in mid-1927 and is among the few in existence. The Robin is a three-passeft ger aircraft with a 41-foot wing- span, one of the largest of the type made by Curtiss. Its fea tures were extensively copied by other manufacturers. The plane's fuselage will remain uncovered so museum visitors can better examine its Almost everyone who was anyone in the civilian and military aviation world of 1914 was on hand and all reportedly gasped when the "America" was interior construction details and'publicly unveiled on June 22, the main part of the craft's un' usual control system. The Robin's powerplant is a rare Curtiss OX-5 engine un usually modified by its previous owner. The OX-5 was first made in World War I days. ANOTHER major item to be displayed for the first time this summer is one of the two en gines of Curtiss' original "Am erica, the nuge flying boat made in 1914 for an attempt to fly the Atlantic. Construction of the "America" in Hammonsport 50 years ago was done under great secrecy, adding to the great excitement generated by the project. Reporters from all over the East came to the Vine City to learn about the trans-Atlantic craft, but they got very little information while it was under construction. Curtiss officials, in an unusual move itself, purposely fed reporters scant details to keep interest high. 1914 in Hammondsport Its wings were the largest yet seen 72 feet long. Its body was 35 feet long. Curtiss and the Briton supposed to fly across the Atlantic from Newfoundland gave its first test flight off Lake Keuka the next day and it performed well. HOWEVER, it was soon de termined a third engine would have to be added to the big biplane if it was to lift itself and the fuel necessary for the flight a total of slightly more than 5,000 pounds. Tinal efforts to get the flying boat in shape were underway when the outbreak of World War I forced scratching the project. The plane was sold to Britain and it was used for patrol work over England's costal waters. Many old non-aeronautical items also will be displayed at the museum for the first time this summer. Among them are a highwheel bicycle, bellows for a forge, lathe and many pieces of apparel and household items, all 40 to 70 years old. . 2,100 Pupils Expected at Cornell Event ITHACA - About 2,100 high Welds Hold??" scnool agricultural students, sorae 0 thft ntt,pr nntrs ftf. 2 Elmirans' Bail Doubled at Glen (Continued from Page 8B) Sup Oil 7.50g SweetsCo .60 SwiftCo 1.80 SwingA 1.10b Sym Way .90 TaftBrd .60b Talcott 1 Talonlne 1.40 Tandy Corp TechMat .37t Tektronix Telautogr TennGas .25 Texaco 2.20 TexEastT .M TexGasT 1.70 Tex GulfProd TexGSul .40 Texlnstm .00 TexP Ld .35 TexUtll 1.28 Textron 1.60 Textrn pfl.25 ThatchG 1.40 Thlokol l.l2f Thomas&B 1 ThoRW 1.60 Df4 ThorTool 1.60 Tidewat Oil TideO pfl.20 TimkRBear 3 TIshReal .60b ToledoEd 1 TorrlngCo 2a T ractSup .90 Trane Co 1 Trans W Air TraWFin .98f Tranam .80b Transa pf4.50 Transitron Transwn PL TriCont 1.57a TriCon pf2.50 Tung Sol TwentC 1.07f 101281 1220 1265 35 34 24"4 VtWt 24 Vi ton Mlk 484 50 71 37'4 35' 3714 Vt 67 19V4 1 18- Vt 28 27 24V4 24Mi- 2V4 133 24H 23 23H V? 55 43 42' 42J4 Vt y 6V4 6H 6-r 79 17 16"4 17W "t 247 21V 19' 20 - H 91 5'4 4H 4'4 Vt 715 WV 20 20V4 517 75 73"i 75 1 - 308 Wt 19t 20 105 43H 42H 42- Vj 198 57"i 56i 57H V, 540 22H 22V 22' 4A0 694 65 67''8 3Vt X99 24'4 23H 24 ' 134 59 58"4 58'4- ' 270 43V4 421 42' S 46 46 46 Vt 39 31 30' 31'4 ' 348 17H 16 17' ' 53 27V 26H 26' '4 363 55 52' 55 -r 9" 14 93V4 9 27 27 27H- ' 266 39 37 3iVt 20 25'4 25 25 ' S 807 78' 79- ' X60 20' 19'. 20' 224 31 31 31' ' 19 61 60 6OV4 1" 73 21' 20"! 21 - Vs 152 64'4 62' 64V4 1 255 35' 33H 345- 76 17' 16' 16 294 56H 55H 56V i 74 1651 163"4 165' 2' 7 5 414 4' 77 10 9' 10 ' 116 48' 47 48 10 54' 54V4 54' ' 30 18' 17 18' 1 188 23H 22H 22- V Walgreen 1 WalkerH 2.40 WalTler .80b Walworth Ward Bale WarnBro .80 WarnPic .50 WarnCo 1.20a WarLam .70 WarLam pf4 warn swas 1 WarrenSD 1 WashGs 1.40 WashWat 2.08 Waukesha 2 WayneKnit 2 weto Dei t welbilt .05g weicnsci as WescoF 2.33t WPP of4.50 WPP pfB4.20 u Udvllt 120 Unarco .50 Unit Ltd .41 Unil NV .67e UnTank 1.60 Un AlrL 1.50 Unlf Alrcft 2 UnAIr 56pf 4 UnArtlst .80d UnitBIsc 1.50 Un Bd&C .80 UnltCarr 1.60 Unit Cp .35 UEICoal 1.80 Un Eng&F 1 UFInCal ,50g Un Fruit 62 22' 11H 22' 1 43 13H 12' 13 .. 196 19H 187 19' 110 39 39 39'4 Vt UnCamp 1.50 X180 38' 37' 38 UCarbid 3.60 166 120' 119 1194- UnionElec 1 184 27 27 27 "4 Un El pf4.50 1210 100' 99 99- "1 Un El Pf3.50 II 10 77' 76 76 - V imniir iM 41 79H 77 78 Un Pae 1.60a X353 41H 40'4 40' l'i UnPac Df.40 X370 1H l"t "4 .4 611 56 54 56 ' 374 49H 46' 47 15 90 88' BBJ4 ... 4M 25' 23 25 Vt 93 34' 32' 32' 3 16 153 16 ' V41 35' 35 35 175 8' 8' 8"4- ' 12 47H 46' 46' Vi 40 19' 19 19' Vt '155 27 26 27 349 20' 20 - 20' Vi UGasCp 1.70 X575 36 35' 35 ' UnGaslrnp 1 , 24 25'4 24 25 UGreenf 1.20 51 23 21 23 , 1 LnitAiM 1 X151 19' 18' 19 Vt Unit Dlr Mln 71 1 1' 1 . . 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It also gives them an oppor tunity to learn of profesional opportunities in agriculture and to develop an interest in higher education. . For several of the lectures, students will have "homework" to prepare in advance. A farm management problem is assign ed and must be turned in prior to the lecture on "Analysis of a Farm Business Problem." Also, a weld is to be prepared by those attending the lecture on "Do Your Oxyacetylene Windsor WinnDix 1.08 WiscEIPow 1 Wis EIP Pf6 Wis PSV 1.50 WitcoChem 1 Wood Ir 1.60 Woolwth 2.80 Worthin 1.50 XYZ AUTO STOLEN Joseph L. Smith of Gillett RD 2, told Elmira police that his 1956 Chevrolet was stolen Fri day night between 11 and 11:30 while parked on Lake St., just south of Carroll St. fered include "Some Social Problems Under the Microscope," "Color in Conserva tion," "Plant Disease Control." "Take, the Guesswork Out of Feeding" and "Making Better Forage Seedings." Cushman says members of the college staff will be available each day to counsel stu dents who may be interested in enrolling at the College of Agriculture, WATKINS GLEN Bail was increased from $500 to $1,000 following the arraignment of Edward L. Curvish Jr., 28, of Elmira and Scott Thomas Merrill, 18, of Harris Hill on two counts of grand larceny and third de gree burglary, Dist. Atty. Wil liam N. Ellison said Saturday. Both posted bail. Curvish, through his counsel, A. William DeFilippo denied the charges before Schuyler County Judge Liston F. Coon. Merrill, represented by Paul M. Donovan, entered no plea but requested youthful offender treatment. The matter is now under investigation. Coast Guard Auxiliary's Anniversary to Be Marked MONTOUR FALLS - The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary's Flotilla II-9 of this region is joining in the silver anniversary observance of the national group. In this area, in addition to its basic functions, the auxiliary conducts a busy schedule of public basic-seamanship couses. These courses consist of eight two-hour lessons, with classes meeting once a week. This year about 30 individuals are taking this course under the guidance of the local flotilla. Upon completion of these studies, a certificate will be award- The two are alleged by Sher iff Maurice F. Dean to be in volved in a series of burglaries of Seneca Lake cottages this winter. The two charges of third de gree burglary and grand larceny are in connection with entries of the cottages of George Barton of Montour Falls on the east side of Seneca Lake and George Miller of Watkins Glen on the west side. A third count the two face involves unauthorized use of a motor boat and grand larceny, Ellison said. The two are alleged to have taken an outboard motor boat owned by Miller and driven it to the Watkins Glen harbor. Following their arrest last month, Peace Justice Olin Storch of Watkins Glen had set bail at $500. I .-1 jrry DISCOUNT MART DIV. W. T. GRANT CO. 130 W. WATER ST. MONDAY ONLY!!! WOMEN'S EASTER MILLINERY ?2.97 VALUES TO $5.99 WOMEN'S DRESS GLOVES WHITE and BEIGE 94" A $1.59 VAIUI 14 OZ. CAN BLAIR HAIR SPRAY 3 CANS FOR Limit 3 Cans Per Customer WOMEN'S Exquisitely Styled .' DOUBLE KNIT 100 COTTON SHIFT DRESS Pink Blue Biege Black $333 SIZE 10-18 CHILDREN'S DOUBLE KNIT SLACKS $.00 Size 3-6x A PR. WOMEN'S NEW SPRING HANDBAGS '1.97 VALUES to $4.99 SLIGHT IRREG. ed to those who pass the exam ination. Seamanship, aids to naviga tion, piloting, rules of the road, safe motorboat operation, and accident prevention are some of the subjects that are covered. Safe boating courses for youngsters between the ages of 10 and 14 are to be conducted by the local flotilla for those in this age group who need the instruction to comply with the New York State law which requires certification for young boat operators. Sickroom Supplies and Invalid Equipment 1 XeroxCp .40 X3773 86H 78'4 BS"i 6s YaleExA .60 108 13't 1234 13t Young SW I ?6 31'4 31 31V4 Vt YngShT J.40 162 139"? 130 139"4 9'2 YncntShT wl 537 46' 43H 46i 3'i YnqSDr 1.20a ' 66 3M4 37H 38"! V Zenith 1.20a xW6 83VI 79Vt 80tt 1V Mutual Funds Prev. High Low Close Close Affiliated Fd 8.52 8.47 8.52 8.47 Atom Ph&Se Fd 4.9 4.96 4.99 4.96 Canadian Fund 17.46 17.37 17.46 17.30 Cdn Intl Gr Fd 11.10 ii.u m.io n.uu Chemical Fd 13.25 13.12 13.25 13.10 Cammonwealth Fundi: income 9.95 9.91 9.95 9.88 Intl 8. 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O.JJ 4.59 4.57 4.59 4.56 8.98 1.92 8.98 8.87 11.50 11.48 11.50 11.48 17.09 16.90 17.09 16.82 20.17 20.08 20.17 20.09 15.36 15.32 15.36 15.28 1.07 8.02 8.07 7.97 Bond . Dividend Growth New England Oppenheim Fd Penn Sq Putnam Geo Televisn Elect United Funds:. Accumulative Unit Fd Can Income Science Wellington Fd 15.58 15.50 15.58 15.47 19.37 19.29 19.35 19.22 13.06 13.00 13.06 12.98 7.27 7.21 7.27 7.22 14.82 14.79 14.82 14.75 mf 40Kxmsmi pBl mmmmxmimmmm li 'T 1 iu null 1 1 jii in ii -in in n n miiniiiiiiiri i n Cited Scouter Scoutmaster Jack Durnin of Beaver Dams (center) is presented the Woods Badge award and citation by Leslie Vaughan, district scout commissioner. Looking on is Carl Burt of Elmira, new district scout executive. Beaver Dams Scoutmaster Given Woods Badge Award STANDARD AND POOR'S w U...EI ll k42 22'4 21 H 21 H- W MONTOUR FALLS - Scoutmaster John Durnin of Troop 58, Beaver Dams, was presented the Woods Badge Award at last week's roundtable of Seneca Drums District at the Merchants and Manufacturers Club. He Is the first scouter in the Sullivan Trail Council to earn the citation. District Scout Commissioner Leslie Vaughn of Watkins Glen made the presentation Durnin earned the award by attending a course given at Schiff Scout Reservation, Mend-hern, N.J., in August, 1963; then by aiding with Scout training in the Seneca Drums District and the Sullivan Trail Coun cil, and writing a summary of his scouting activities In his Troop and District. . The training for the award includes campcraft, camp cook- Nearly 70 were in attendance inc. first aid. recreation, pio- at the roundtable. Only selected; neenng, compass and many oth- NEW YORK (AP)-Standard and Por' Weekly 500 Stack Index: Hloh Law Close N.C 41C 1 J. AC 11 1 AC J- ill 25 Railroads , 42.96 42.72 - 42.96 M the Woods Badge Course given so utilities e ii ' .43 Scout leaders may take the training. After being elected they are invited to partake ol er advanced scouting skills. To be elected an individual must be a top ranking scout leader in character and ability. xui mi nil Jiw the Boy Scouts of America. Scoutmaster Duria also holds the Scouters Award and Scout Key. His troop has the distinc tion of having had 12Q monthly campouts,- an unusual record. Durin is a native of Elmira and a graduate of Elmira Free Academy. He is a foreman in the Corning Glass Works main tenance department. He is communicant of , St. Patrick's Church at Corning. He also is the leader In a scouting family. His wife, the former Martha Reeser of Col umbia Cross Roads, is a form er den mother. 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