The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on January 24, 1962 · 30
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3Bp"t-wB-JW-mM; uttwiuvmtinr WEATHER REPORT ! f Lbs Angeles Markets -a " i . ... . - FORECAST! ',. . . , i i ' i Lm Angel and Viemlty: Conidrtl: I7 51i1.00 1,200 , 19 OO," utility (iiVkni: 1. TiliKn.. 2SW,'ft . CalHam.ar VtHeiX MfJl cUMfcf Jft&bif pHttt r rtatlGr8d )-A. 14 5015 W; cutter 14.50M.M; emwi4.50; m. im, c. : tr lmp?rl ':irtMt iJU.a7i' flrMa A littftitiu. .(! .;;. LA....:..t "n at. sx- ...... ' '""I TUESDAY, JAN. B ' Fderl-Stat Market Newt Sarvlca ' BUTTE a aa .. ".Tl. Tin!! lU'in IV 'Km uitiUTi ' T aUTIfXT f t rfmafl IM rnnr) I 1 - eso 50; orher cmten. 17.51 08; stackers m all auction markets er r . t.ii .i jI..Ik.if.ml feeder steers good 525-425 H , 24 OS Boruw"t.u .r,r. T. wyimn ..anrwrnw .oa,ai m rmip mMiaTf valleys: vartatm nton rimrh m. oay mrougn i nursaay. Gusty northeast IIAKIIM . ""W WTWh ma, mm ao CGOf . i rooty. . Laraa Medium Small15" 9 ViS0 ., 23.75 24.75; utft-i- 'ror bt' 3 254 09i Rfclerf Variable hiaft clowH today ttwousti Thurs- -I!! 4n.T 2 " 23-Mi 5 lb . 1M; stockers1 ; 20-lh. luos, 4.75i.W; Almartas, .v. Chance o soma snow flurries San ifors- alatrtt (delivered cants Mkv.I w n ..ST iilriM3 -i'ff ,f?d!ti,,i. 5 74; " , cartons, 3 cants bioher): 22.MS237S, medium, JJJO23.00. 130; 113s, J.02; I3ts. i.W( 143s, 4.43, No 1 k Ex. Loa. Larse Medium Small I CALVES Sales, iSO: slaughter classes,-!":, i' ,-AA i 4Z.J-44.J 3Q.i-2 5 33 vj5 sood to hw cnoica mostly aood vealers fA 47J-S0.5 .5-41J 37.5-MS 3132Jand u to 350-IB. calves, J 0027S: Prices, to consumers In cartons: standard, 23BO26 06; high standard to i"6rde AA GredeA 4f 45fSS 41f, miXed steers and heifers' 9O0d and choice 45 57 45 52 47, POULTRY f Fryers, ItOM head: at 173 cents; fS2H at 115; 20 at . , 4 Roasters, 1,000 head at 20923 cents. Light hens, 14,700 head: S9i't cents; .iwe9hted average, 52 cents. J i Crosses, S.200 head: 79.4 cents, Enveighted averaae, 7.12. A Turtteys: None. I HAY PRICES . - A I, -1,. . II . I MVUAMAA. II 25 002600; U S. No 3. M 0024 M No li't' ?"" '"Wia-OO; tanner s, n.X i'oats, 31.0033 00 " is oo; bums, utility, zi.oosh.oo. 405 lb., 24 00; choice 315 lb., 31.00; steers medium and low good 350-450 lb.. 2J.50 24.75; heifers individual choice 270-300 K., 2VJO30.QB. . HOGS Sales, 175: barrows and ailts slow; U.S. No. 1-2 grain feds J07-225 lb.. firm to 25 higner at l.oo)H 3.2S. Dieso County Strong gusty northeast BEANS Firm. Far kxhrkv (. "" Mexico, 37835, Improved Kentucky Meat-:. Southern California Interior and fjasert V.B, JU. ' nsjiwii avi'iir norm pdttkjti. VSTiaDIO CUCUMBERS: Slightly wktr. Lugs! XTTTc Mexico, 4 505.0C; half bushel crate. Bt- GrTw-? hamas, one mark. 5.50.00; bushel bas-iviiv km ami. SuJi"00 plw SHEEP Sales. 100; suoolv ewet and k?' Bahamas, I.JOft.SOj Mexico, t.00' ,., k.,.,. m.uu.u.. lambs held for later showing. .10.00.. . . 'ny wim variabla cki i i i uic-3irgnTiy weairer. srenoaro inurswor. Clt of Industry CATTLE Seles, 500; slaughter sW"?. .3g.? t M. 1 PV unny low good 1,000 lb., 24.00; utility W0-950 "f 'f, 3 3S,A wi'h variable hh ciouds today and Thurs- ik mnuiiM, ranmi.i ..wperial Valley 4s. 3.5094.00; San D eoo dav. ttmriird 'ram, and dairv-tvn. 17 VIS) I County 344, OljSJL mark, 3.754.00. , i hi ivunllu u.iw. . fNi 2 leiV 2jO0yM; US 'L,!?, u,ill,v' U ONIONS-Slightly stronger. SO-lb. sacks'able high clouds today irxl Thursday LIVESTOCK Artesla CALVES None. HOGS Sales, ISO; U.S. No. I, ISS-lb. grain fed butchers, IS 00; No. 1-3, 255 lb., 17Vfi17 7R! sfwi mntt rhnir fMnw niB. itc-ain( vh; siaugnTer STeerS'T.oufwzi M. Yellows Spanish-type Idaho, 4.504.7S Willow Springs, J ?55 50; Oanvers Oregon, SJO$4.00; yyhita Nevada, 7.257.50, POTATOES Firm, slightly stronger . high standard and low annd a7Vi.nm ih t 23 7524.25; other standard, 22 00 23.50; utility, . 20.00$22.00; heifers , Individual : Hartfield Stores -Debentures Listed . Listing of Hartfield Stores, Inc.' $5 million' 5M cbn- . vertible. subordinated debentures due Dec. 1981, on the SHEEP Nona. CITRUS The Federal-State Market News Service Strong gusty north or northeast winds be- imperial and Coachelle Valleysi Partly Cloudy today throuah Thursday Bnctihku 100-lb. sacks Long Whites Kern Distrlctl llZS'lilSl Zn'fT'!?-JOl iWn " U.S. I-A, 3.754.25; PerrlS Valley U S . -- .,ii,..i. m una. I-A, 3.003.25; Russets Idaho U.S. 1-A, Fernanda Valley: Considerable sun-3.00.. lm nn variaWa high clouds today and TruATc i,H ..ulThV.r- Gusty northeast wtnds below . . . . ir "i canyons. reporTs graperru t aoout sieaay, lemons n.ia, r,irj mo.es m, c.. c,.nricr. c.i, i.... , Over-The-Counter '51 VssfhsrCcsfllisrts i!a23,K32 t A H i B A SAN HAW' J; i :rs44tTui 1 1 ' l m t ' r'24 .; r.:r,A uti i in ..WW - rf CMETWW ! ,'. a, j' CteCAGO...... itiajSotv 39... r rr 27V7vxL.!!; I -JETSSi1 3 ft; l HMO WIT I 5S 10S mi .60 i FHOMX ! at t v 4 v i WQUUOUE, 46 ! , . i, , ,n? i tn l j. Wfl'we auttAW 4fc68jrJa rwtiMOiU rrrv j i(aM8vi 30.30 j WEATHtR FRONTS warm: COLD occwof o : STATIONARY I W1ND- SfSNOW- v.;4VaVVVi MAI iBRATURE .; TUESDAY, JAN. XI , Northern and Central California) Fair i today and Thursday except cloudiness extreme north. Slightly warmer central por-jtion and northern mountains. Mt. Shasta-Slsklvou Areat Mnttiv rimutv jfoday and Thursday. Warmer, - . r " Sierra Nevada: Fair today and Thurs-I Station 'day. Rising temperature. , Spoken ,. Sacramento Valley: Fair today and Tampa NATION'S WEATHER This mop, based on United States Weather Bureau Information, summarizes latest weather conditions. Figurd beside cities indicates the maximum temperature. Shading indicates areas in which measurable rain has fallen Circled numbers indicate high and low barometric pressure. The following bid and asked prices ara obtained from the National Ann. of i Thursday. Little change In temperature. , t, . , laecur.nes uea.ers, .nc ana ere unoruc.ai. iney ao no: represem aciuai transac FaClfiC Coast StOCfe EXChanSeiNws. Thev are intended at a guide to the approximate range within which these - .. securities could have been sold or bought at the time of compilation yesterday. was-, announced oy i nomas Amer Equitable ,24 Am Hert Life ; 17 2v4 18H P.' Phelan, exchange ' president.; The net proceeds, to the company, from the salej Jg f of the debentures, after com-I&sVuf? m J .,;il conn General ' 258 273 miSSlOnS and eXDenSeS. Will Cont Assurance 184 194 '-,- ;,-,l 4 Cont Casualty ?5100'4 S5lcSa-c aVV lUAuuaicy fritducat ins Am 1 4SUA rtrtrt . iFiramam Fd StM it uuv,uw. iFirst Nat Lit Ins VI 104 'Franklin Life 134 141 ' 1 iGeneral Re-Ins niXIHFKinQ ' ' HGiobe Rpub Insurance Stocks ' I Bid Asked Bid Asked ffLf'S?" J ' i2v Aetna Fire - 145 ' 154 ST"'ZJ'n '1,, 11 Artn I if UAtA 13?'A Benson-Lehner "j 10 Mar. 12-Feb. 9 Mar. 10-Feb. Mar. t-Feb. 15 .35 .75 .20 Drackett Co. stockholders approved a proposal to split the stock 3-for-l. Direo tors declared an initial dividend of 15 cents on the new shares, payable Feb. 20 to stock ot record r-eo. y. Rohm A Haas Co. directors proposed a 4-for-l stock split ot the common. Directors also declared their Intention to establish a quarterly cash dividend rate of 25 cents on the new $5 par stock. The regular auarter v dividend of 75 cents was also declared on the present corn- mom Payable marcn to stock ot recoro Feb. 2. Hawaiian Electric Co. stockholders approved a previously proposed 3-for-l split of the common. Directors declared a dividend of 23 cents on the split stock, payable March 9 to stock of record Feb. 20. - i Increase i Gulf Oil , . , IBM Packaging Corp. Stock ' ,. Colonial Corp. --.: . Mar. -Feb. 3 25H Iron Fireman . Feb. 27-Feb, 13 3 Quarterly - Alan wood Steel . Am. Steel F . Burlington Ind. . . Carter Prod Cons. Edison N.Y. Colonial Corp Cooper-Bessemer Gtobe-Wernicka . Harshaw Chem. . Iron Fireman .... Lukens Steel Murphy, G. C. ... Nat. Gypsum Perfect Circle ... Ranco Revere Copper Spencer Chemical So. Rwy. Sheller Mfg Std Forglngs Schering Stanley Warner . . Tenn. Gas Trans. Youngstown Sheet llnlMFiu IF. Warner-Lambert Mar. -Feb. 20 180 201 4W 53'4 27 30 55H 58' 48'" i 52 73'4 11 Great Amer Hanover Fire Hartford Fire Home Insurance 5 Sfik Ind Life Ins Am 24' 27V4 Life Ins of Vir 120 127 Line Natl Life 16? 178 Maryland Cas 47 50' i Mission Equities 184 204t Nat F re 150 160 Natl Un Fire 4? 52Vi Nationwide A 40' 43'4 Northriver - 51 "i 55V Pac Employ ins 27 Pac Indemnity 38'4 41 Pac Mutual liv 12i Protec Sec Life 8 Provid-Wash 26 274 St Paul F&M B5'j mk See Ins N Hav 108 115 See Tit e ns 20'A 2i Springfield Ins 39'-i 42Vj Surety Life Ins Title Guar NY Title Ins Tr Travelers Ins US Fid Guar US Life Westchester -iWilshire Ins Co Eastern Banks 32' 35'4 38' 42 58' 2 62Va 154"2 141VJ 69"l 73'4 75 79VJ Berkshire Hath Biochemical Proe 8'4 Birtcher Corp 7s Bon Ami Co 17H Bonanza Airtlnet 4's 5Vi Boston capital 16' 18 Botanv Indus 7' T& Bourns Inc 20' 22' Bowater Paper 'i 7 Brunswig Drug 18' 20 Burgmaster CP 16 1 Cal Interst Tel 27 29J4 Ca Liou d Gas 22" 24' Cal Pac Utilities 25U 27 Cal water sve 29"i 3ik 'al water & Tel 444 48 Canadian Sup Oil 14! 15 Cannon Electric 18 21 Cap For Tech Ind 12H 13 CentralTeleohone 321 35'4 CenturvProperties 0:?4 1014 ;itizens Utils A 30 32'. DO B 26'4 28' Coastal Dvn CP 4'A 5 Coca-Cola LA 27 30'. Coleman Engine 7 8' Colo Interst Gas 47 S04 Colo Oil A Gas 14H 15 Do pf 21 V, 23V Colwell Co 30 32' Comwlth Oil Ref 107 11H Consol Freightw 13' 14' consol Rock pro 22 24 Control Oata 39' 42' Cornet Stores 9 10' Crescent EngiRes PA 8 Cyprus Mines 27'4 29 Dashew Bus M IV 13 Delhi Tavlro 15?4 W4 Dial Finance 32 35 Dlversa Inc Pt 19J4 214 Do of 4'4 7 Dob Corp VA 97 Bid Asked maytair Mkts 9 10 McCormlck Selph 4' 5' McLouth Steel 55'4 59 Merch FM Lines 25'4 28 Microdot Inc 20'4 224 Midland Capil CP 13s 14'v Miles Labs . 141V. 151 Miss Pat : 11' 124 Missile' Svs Co 14 . 15' i Mobile Video Tape 6 7 Morning Coffee , 3'4; 3' Morrison Knuds 33' 3534 National Prop 18 19 Do of 40' Neimsn Marcus Nevada N Gas Washington Wichita' Calgary .. Edmonton Montreal . Ottawa :. San Joaouln Valley: Fair tndav .nrt Thursday except local morning fog and low clouds. Slightly warmer. Salinas Valley: Fair today and Thursday. Slightly warmer today. Gentle wind. Santa Maria-San Luis Obisps Coastal Area: Fair today and Thursday. Slightly iRegine warmer looay. oenrie wino. Northern- Arliona: Generally fair. Considerable cloudiness with scattered showers or occasional snow east portion today. Thurti.au fair iL,a, t nsr.lu flAiiHu lu,k.. iv warmer east. Anchorage c...u... n..4iu ........ Fairbanks auuilWIll 1.1 ,Ul , - f-(FI I If IIUUU, JuriOaU iiifuuy. iiiuixiot nun .tucir ...aMirreu showers lower elevations and snow flurries higher mountain sections. Not much Preelpl. Max. Mln. talion .,13 - .,80 63 ..47 37 ..25 4 02 CANADIAN STATISTICS 42 31 41 ' 23 , 23 17 20 13 31 4 Toronto . . i, .... 23 14 Winnipeg 21 -14 Vancouver 34 29 ALASKAN STATIONS 14 -S ., 6 -10 37 33 T. 'change In temperature, M-W 13 Nevada Power 45 49'.' Southern Nevada: Mostly sunny today Pinvooa rower y 4 Thnnn r.ndu nAHhaut uilnrli in. City-Aberdeen . Ankara ..,, Athens Bermuda . Bogota ... Cairo :' .. Casablanca Copenhagen (Ju, i,,2 i Documentation Inc 7V4 ?i2 5 Dorsett El Labs 18'4 Ducom Metals Dun Bradstreet . Mar. 9-Feb. 23 .Mar. 15-Feb. 19 . , Mar. 1-Feb. 2 ..Feb. 15-Feb. 5 . .Mar. 15-Feb. 2 .. Mar. 9-Feb. 5 . .Mar. 23-Mar. 9 .Mar. 1-Feb. 16 . .Mar. 9-Feb. 26 . . Feb. 20-Feb. 6 . Feb. 15-Feb. 2 . . Mar. 1-Feb. 7 .April 30 Mar. . Mar. 2-Feb. 2 Mar. 16-Feb. 28 . . Mar. 1-Feb. 9 . Mar. 1-Feb. 9 Mar. 15-Feb. 15 Mar. 15-Feb. 14 . Feb. 23-Feb. 9 . Feb. 19-Feb. 2 Feb. 23-Feb. 8 Mar 11-F.h 16 Mar. 15-Feb. 15 1.25 Feb. 20-Feb. 6 .25 .35 .40 .25 .25 .75 .07' .40 .15 .25 .20 .40 .55 .50 .30 .20 .50 .35 .70 .25 .12' .35 .30 28 Bankers Trust 74'4 77"jDymo Indus rhe Manhattan 85 Ch Bk NY Tr 94'4 97 Cont III NB Chi 173 1 80' First N Bk Chi 96' 101 First N City Bk 104 111'4 Irving Trust 534 564 Mead Brk N Bk 3634 3m Mfrs Hanover Tr 64H 67 Morgan Gfy 135' 142 Western Banks Am N Bk S Bern 54' 59'. ! Arlozna Bk 37 41 Bk of AmNT&SA 60' 63 Bk of Cal SF 57 61' Century Bk 59 Citizens NB LA 48 72' Citl NB of BH 31' 34'4 Continental Bk 41 46'4 Crocker Ang Bk 54 Fidelity Bk 59 First NT & S SD 44' First Western 5?' Pac Nat Bk SF !, 51" Pac State Bk 30 32' S Fern Val Bk 20 22' 57Vj 48'4 62 20'4 69 78 17 8V4 19'4 22 73 814 19'4 N Ens Gas A El 33'. 3'i TwTS8;i,it.u7rrSl T W,n0S Northern Ind PS 41 45'4ltoy' m 10 oui,e 80 c00'- 12'4 LUAaiMi. wcainex 14' 1 ! capa Blanco to Point Conception: wind if 1 mostly northwest to west 7 to 17 knots to-5?:day and Thursday except variable 7 to 15. 4, knots south of Point Sur today. Fair ex-J'licept cloudiness vicinity Capa Mendocino " I northward. : . ?3j I Point Conception to Mexican Border: 8'4 Smalleraft warnings displayed for tacal- lu. UK) nor.neas. winos raTra.rni up to w ' , ul. a, tim. h.lnu, rMtM -.naMM 4 day. Variable winds elsewhere mostly oast to southeast 8 to 16 knots today and Thursday. High clouds and possible sprinkles along south coast but variable high clouds with sunshine elsewhere today and Thursday. Not suite so cool. WESTERN WEATHER SUMMARY A low-pressure area remains ' nearly stationary off the coast of Baia Callfor-I nla, centered some 3bO miles southwest ot San Dieao. A strong hiah-oressure area !. ,,..Brf t. Cn,.tkn,n Irlah. .nrf i-Au.rt a.'.'"-""""" .'',-"' .. O'lUW Potash Co of Am ' 29'iithe Great Basin region. A hijh-preisure parny e PfoHiifirwi Prno ifWA t i .1 t lr.MMM th. oa. Warsaw Liear Products Res Co 16'4 in Clflc high centered with 1,034 millibars Oceanarium Inc 11 '4 Ore-Ida Fds Ine 13'4 Pabst Braw u". Pac Airlines cm 4 Pac Alrmotlve 5'4 Pac Automation 4' Pac Coast Prop 8' Pac Haw Prod W Pac Intrmtn Ex 14' Pac Mercury TV 714 Pac Outdoor Adv 8'4 Pac Pow A Lt ' Pae Vitamin Cn Palomar Mort Co Isw lm. Parker Hannifin 37' 41' rauiey per 17 19 pena eton Tool 33 Permanent Filter 4'4 Permanenfe Cem 19 Person Prop Lsg 9 Petrolane Gas 32 Pioneer Nat Gas 33' Pomona Tile 41 rorriana ien ei 48 59 6 36' 5'4 '21 10 35 37 51 51' HAWAIIAN STATION Honolulu 80 70 .... FOREIGN CITIES Foreign temperatures and weather eon. ditlons based on observations taken at 10 a.m., pst, Tuesday: Clear ,. Clear Cloudy , Cloudy . Cloudy Partly cloudy . Clear Partlv eloudv Havana . .... j..... Partly. cloudy Kingston . .Partly cloudy London Rain Madrid Cloudy Mexico City Clear Moscow Cloudy Nassau Clear Oslo 5.;,.....',. Cloudy Paris Cloudy Rome Partly cloudy St. Thomas, V.I. .... , Clear San Juan ....Partly cloudy sfor.Knoirn ......... snow ! Pub Svc of NM E don Indus Electrada Cp 12' 13 Electro Instr 13 14 Electronic Cap 26 28 Electronic Comp 4 5 Electronic Eng 11 12'A Electron Intl Cap 12 13 Electro-Sci Invst 11 12 Electrosolids 6 6 Endevco Cp 15 16' Epps Industries 3' 4' Ets-Hokin.Galvln lO 11T Farmer Bros 8 9'4 Fed Mart 16" Flltors Ine 10'4 First Boston CP 90' Fluidgenics 71 Four Star TV 19 Futterman Cp 13' Garden Land Co 3 41 Ras Service Gen Tel 4' pt 17 DO 5 Pf DO 5' pf Genlsco Gertsch 18 10 95' 8' 21 14 4'A 44' 18 19' 20?4 21 'i 23 35. Midwest Stocks CHICAGO (Afi Following Is a partial list of transactions on the Midwest Stock Exchange Tuesday: ...... , i ... Sales High Low Last NC Apache Co "' 3500 23' 23' 23'A 'A Bastian Bl 1 200 25' 25 25 - Dodge M 1.50 500 32'4 32 32 - V FWD Corp 200 9' 9' 9't 'A Gossard 1.50 200 33' 33' 33'- Vi Gt L Dred 1.6 200 46 44' 4 'A Hetleman -la . 50 17 17 17 . Howard Ind .15d 600 8'4 8' 8'- '4 III Brick 1,0a 50 30 30 30 Lincoln P .20b . ' 50-481-2 18' W- No III Gas 1.40 400 60'A 40' 60' NO In P S 1.20 300 42 4l'4 41'4-T Nw Bane 1.20 300 46' 45 46'al Pirhman 2 250 30'4 29' 30 ... 80 96 68' 54' 72 78'4 17V, Sta Monica Bk 33 """Sec First N LA- 76' Union Bank LA 91' United Cal Bk 64 US N Bk SD 50 Val NB Phoenix 68 W Fargo Am Tr 74' SAL Holding Companies Allied Empire 47 52'A Cal Financial 45' 49'A Empire Finan 25 27V,. Far West Finan 34 First Fin of West 18 First Surety Cp 27 Gibraltar Finan 44 Hawthorne Finan 171 Lvtton Financial 35 Trans-Coast Inv 36'4 Trans-World Fin 32'4 Wesco Finan 44 Common and Preferred Acme Electric 18 21 Aitamil 4" Amer Cement 12' Amer Express SI '4 Amer Labs Ine 5'4 Glasspar 371 20 29 48 19' 37 38 34 SO'A 11 14 5 14 Glickman Co Gt Lakes Nat Gas 5 Gt All Am Mkts 3 Grinnell Cp 193 Hamilton Mat Inc 31 Harvill Cp 3' 13 IS7 4' 15 5 3 200 33' 37 l Pnh u t 400 i' l Webcor .62f 1400 14' 13 13' 'i Amer Pipe 8, Con 20'A '. Anarlita Inc 24 ' Anheuser Buseh 49 ; VCYTII F TRADE Applied Phvs em 23 wmrw I aRB w NEW YORK (v-Actlvity remained at a slow pace In the cotton textile market. Scattered sales of print cloths, sheetings and drills were noted for spot and first ouartar delivery. Mills reported further buyer bidding for forward print cloths but 4T- lower teveis man mm quoxviv..., Recording of fall woolens and worsteds was slow. Prices were firm at Australian wool auctions, with the continent, the united Kingdom, Japan and eastern Europe leading buyers. Scattered spot and first quarter business was noted m synmenc nones. Arden Farms cm 15'4 Do pf . 52' j Ariz Bancorp Heublein Ine 26'4 28' Hi-Shear Corp 87 9 Hilton Credit Cp 211 Houston Fearless 3 Inform Svs Ine , 6 Intl Electr Res 15'4 Intl Hsa Pancake 13'A Interstate Baka 29 Do pf 84 Interstate Eng 15 Interstate Host 24 Interst Motor Fr 131 14 interstate vend 38 40'A tek Coro 28 Jurgens Groe 4' kaiser steel 32' rift nf WSa . Kentucky Ulils 47'4 13 Kinetics Corp 9' 54 Knudsen Cream 28 'AiKoehrlng Co 12' 25''4 Kramer American 7 27 LA Drug Co 15 52VaLauna NlBuel 97a 25'A; Lake Aarowh Dev 6 i Langendort Bak I9'4 3 ' 4' 47 , 16' 14 30' 26: 31 3'A 35 24'A 51 32 38 41 ,! 4'4 12 14 67 77 28' 32 8' 9' 34 37' 33 35 26 28' 1 10'4 Purex Co.- Purolator- Prod Rabin Winters Rantee Cp 14' 15 Republic Supply 13'4 .14' Reslflex Lab 14'4 151 Rockwell Mfg Co 27 30' Roddy Ree Prod 8 9 Rose Marie Reid 131 14 Ryl Dtch Pet NY 56' 40' Royal Indus TV 8' Santa Fa Drills 24' 29' Scantlln Electron 25'4 28'4 Scott Foresman 25' 28' G. 0. Searle 126 135 Sees Candy Shps 12 13 aervon.c instru Shore Calnevar Sierra Pae Pow Smith Indus So Cal Water So Union Gas Sowest Gas Speedee Mart Sprague Eng Spring St Cap State Explr Straza Indus Strolee of Calif Strong Cobb Arn 9' Sunset House Ols 19 Systron Donner 33 Taopan Co 35 Teion Ranch 34 Telecomputing 5' Texas Am Oil Cp 4' Thermal Power 7 Thomp Fiber GIs 20 Thrifty Drugs 4Bi 52 T.I.M.E. 19 21 Time Ine ' 82' IT1 Times-Mirror 40 43'yi Tool Res V En9 10 1 ran scon Lines 31 34 Transcon Gas P 23 25' iraveiooge cp 9' 10 lucson oas Uld Electrodyn us Chem Mi US Leasing US Servaterla United Utils Ine 30' 32' Ureth Cp Cal cm II 13' DO A 4' 35"j ahnnt 700 miles west of Eureka. Low ores 41'! sure extends from the Gulf of Alaska 44'iisouthwestward out to the data line. A III- v! tie rain occurred aiong tne wasnmgron coast and a tew jprinmes near ino mw. . -lean border but elsewhere along theltjjfafng rnat ma n.v ta r wmmnmr Bra- Weather Tamp. 34 30 57 67 44 43 57 39 81 84 45 45 66 34 79 34 43 45 82 80 28 39 36 VITAL RECORD Pacific Coast mainly , fair weather pre vailed.. ' '. ' NATIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY Precipitation was sparsely scattered In the northeastern and southern parts of the country late Tuesday. Occasional rain or drizzle occurred trom tne texas coast al area into South Carolina in conlunc tion with a stagnant cold front stretching from the Palmetto siaie across souin aatrn Louisiana. Freezino drizzle con tlnued In the central part of Texas. To the west snow was ooserveo trom soum-ern Colorado and Utah Into northern Arizona and New Mexico while a few showers were noted trom Southern Call. fornia Into southern Arizona. Elsewhere precipitation was in the form of widely 7 i 7 I scattered snow flurries extending from 9'A 10': the Great Lakes. region into northern 4 .-. 7 New England. Considerable cloudiness 9 10!prevalled from the Pacific Northwest 7'4 8 into western Montana but skies were 10 .generally tair from north and central 21 ! California through the central ; Rockies 35 37 36 4 5 8' 21Vi 45 48'A 18 20 3 4 7 81 10' 11 S.F. MINES 56"4 ' I Ihartv tltriVK 28' . 31 'VI nru Mar 511 nz t-er: & i.n fr Lucky Lager Arrowhead Purlt 17' 20 Lucky Stores Automatic Retail 57'4 414 M8.D Store Fix Automation Indus 4 7V. Maces Corp Avery Adhesive 16 18'Marine Can Cp Avon products ?4Vj ioi' Market Basket Aztec oil & Gas Z3 in. uremane ino mm 3 30i.vUtah Const & M 48' ni,i VanCamp Sea Fd 181 9 jVoi Shan Indus 22' 17'4iWaddell & Reed 45' 1034iWarner & Swasey 42 .Aarren oros zj 21 Wash Nat Ga 13 14 i Waste King 19' 21 'A ' Wayne Mfg Co 22' 26 iDel E. Webb- jro ti luvellinaton Mfa 7 8ik. v. weamerto n 15 14'A. Western Naf Gas 18'4 4 4'4 52' 20' 24 48 and northern half of the Plains Into the uoner Mississippi Valley and from the Ohio Valley Into the middle Atlantic States. Except for warm temperatures in the 70s and 80s In Florida seasonably cold weather prevailed over most of the country. Readings In the 20s and 30s were common from the Plains through the Mississippi and Ohio Valleys Into south and central New England. Over the Rockies temperature ranged from below zero In higher elevations of the north to Hi. 50t In the lower elevations In the south. Near and along the Pacific Coast the thermometer registered in ma jus or 40s In western Oregon and Washington and the 50s or 40s in California. LOCAL TEMPERATURES - Tuesday's maximum and minimum temperatures at Southern California points, as reported to the Los Angeles office of the U.S. Weather Bureau office, were as follows: Station-Los Angeles Max. Mln, Beaumont n.u.rlw Mills g!f Bishop 25'A a I.,,.. Sorbin j ii,camoo Culver City .. Daggett Death Valley El Centro . 18'4 19Vj 14 15 31 'A 33 12 19 14'A 15 Western Pub Co 471 72 28' 31 Westg Cal A cm 25 27 Babcock Electron 28 Bayless Mkts 19 Bekins Van A St 9 24 Martin Rockwell 25 27IWitCO Chem 40 43 30'Ai Marshall Indus 9 9'!Wrather Corp 57 6 21 'Mattell Inc . 38'4 41 iWyle Labs 31 34' 10 Maxson Electr 13'4 147 Zero Mfg Co 81 ' SHIP MOVEMENTS HERE Compiled by Marine Exchange. Refer to steamship com panies for dock times, rates, reservations and ports of call. IUUHT. JAN. SAN FRANCISCO lUPD Mining stocks. ACTIVE VESSELS IN PORT TUESDAY - (To 4 p.m.) Montebello . Mt. Baldv Notch ... Mt. Wilson ., v. Needles Newport Northrldge Oial ,. Ontario . .... . Palmdala Palm Springs ..... Pasadena (prices in cents): Vessel Berth Sales, High LoW Close; American Mail. 187 Barranduna (Swd.l, 143 Bougainville tNor.i, Lb-v Cathay (Pan. I, anc-LB-29 Chatham, 199 Delphm (Grk.), anc. Fernlake (Nor.). 228-E '. .. Frances Salman, LB-54 500 50 700 40 2.000 18 44,000 26 50 40 18 14 Associated Mfrs Blua Crown Comstock Tunnel tM4 Metals Indust Enterorises iuu is . i Mount Union 1.000 4 .. 4 Red Hill i 15.000 11 1', 76 Development Co 3.000 4 4 Siskon Corp 100 40 60 Tonopah Divida ' 2,000 S . 5 Wh Cap 3,000 19 .11 50 40 18 26 175 4 lVijGeestemunde (Ger.). LB -48 TREASURY STATUS Hawaiian Refiner. 2O0-A J. H. MacGaregill (tkr.), 107 June I (DM.), 224 ..j Kersten Miles (Ger.), 171 Kenmar, LB-25 Kenal Peninsula, LB-78 Los Angeles (Swd.l, 59 Nedon (Grk.), anc. Norefiel (Nor.), 107 From Operator . . Dumagu-te Amer. Mall Line .. -San Fran. Pac. Australia Direct ,. Hong Kong Klaveness Line ...Yokohama Union Lines, Ltd.. .... Newark Sea-Land Service Sasebo Inf. Ore & Fertilizer Cristobal Barber Line ,. .Powell River Canadian Gulf ..... ...San Fran, Hamburg Amer., ... ... Honolulu Matson Nav. Co. .... Richmond Calif. Shpg. Co, Sandberg . San Bernardino San Diego ...... San Gabriel , ,. .. San Pedro-Santa Barbara . Santa wane Destination To Sail Santa Moncia Pier San Fran. Jan. 25,IX win. Palm. "" Sydney Jan. 24 J,v,,N,ln Palm - San Fran. Jan. 26 Wr'"?nr ,..' Indefinite uLTil1"9' ' " San Fran. Jan. 24 Wriflhtwood ,. Brisbane Jan. 23 TEMPERATURES ANO PRECIPITATION Mitmla Jflfr. 23. . . H. ,-.m m. . San Dieoo Jan. 25 OVfcR THE r AK Wfcal iucsuat 59 ' 45 60 46! 46 30 60 45 37 4i 60 45 59 . 39 48 " 36 62 43 4 29 57 37 63 38 58 44 59 42 30 12 30 20 55 38 59 44 52 38 61 34 57 42 41 25 57 - 44 58 39 52 31 53 39 28 20 55 38 42 48 60 41 56 49 63 43 54 38 61 46 61 40 48 35 42 : 30 45 f- 24 30 20 Funeral Announcements ALEXANDER. Else. Private services to be conducted by tne wromen Mortuary. AVNET, Helen, beloved wife of Charles, devoted mother of Lester Avnet, Lillian Marks, Robert and Dr. Norman Avnet, cherished grandmother; dear sister of Sol Dorfman and Ethel Morrison. . Services today, 2 p.m.. In Jeffer Funeral Home, 188th St. and Hillside Ave., Jamaica, New York, (in lieu of flowers contributions to Albert Einstein College of Medielnt will be appreciated.) BARMAZEL, Michael B. Maiinow A Silverman Mortuary. BARNEY, Frank-!.., beloved husband of uena perney. Services 2:30 p.m., Thursday, Pierce Brothers' Little Churrh Arni.nrt tha Corner, 3443 Wast Manchester Boule-! vara, ingiewooa. pierce Brorners' in. glewood, directors. (Friends may eon. tribute to the Heart Fund.) BRASHEAR, Ruth, "beloved mother of Wil liam l. urasnear, sister of Mrs. Lillian Nissen, Mrs. Florence Walsh and John Hutchlsen, grandmother of John Brashear, Miss Ruth Ellen Brashear and Miss Jeri Ann Brashear. Services et 1:30 p.m., Friday, Wee nr o- mt neomer, forest uawn Memorial-Park, Glendale. . Forest Lawn Mortuary in charge. BRISKIN. Dora. ,, Services 2 p.m., Thursday, at Hoi. ivwooo cemetery chapel, wilien Hollywood Mortuary, directors. BROCKBANK, James W. Pierce Brothers' Los Angeles. CLIFFORD, Elsie M. Rosarv This evenlna. t-iv n'r nrlr. at the Callanan Mortuary, 1301 North Western Avenue. Requiem Mass inursoay, a.i Loretto Church. Death , Funeral Announcement! GOULD, William S beloved husband of Kurn, brother of Neil gouio. Services Thursday, 12 noon, Utter Mckinley's Hollywood Mortuary. Inter, ment Inglewood. (No flowers by request.) HARRIS, Moses 6., beloved husband of Mabel Harris, father of James Burton, brother of Mrs. Odys Seckoacn. . Graveside services Thursday, 11 a.m., at Tha Home of Peace Mausole um park. Maiinow A Silverman Mor tuary, directors. HITCHCOCK. Albert E. Services this afternoon, 2:30 o'clock, at tne tainnan Mortuary. JAMES, John P. Pierce Brothers' Let Angeles. JENNINGS, Michael E. Graveside services Thursday, 9 a m. at Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery. (.aiianan mortuary, directors. KAKEHASHI, Rokuzo, beloved husband of latsuyo, father of Mioeo and yoswo. Services 7:30 p.m., Jan. 25, at 2003 corimn Avenue, west los Angeles. fuxui Moriuary, directors, , KAY, Mandy, beloved husband of Tessle init Barns), tona tamer ot Marvin D , grandfather of 2. Services Wednesday, i P.m., at Mount s.nal Memorial Park Chapel, Maiinow A Silverman Mortuary, dl- reciors. , KERN, Veronna Maxlne, loving mother of jonn fe. nem, oaugnter ot Mabel l. Turner, sister of Marilyn Clubb and Master Sgt. Clyde S. Turner of Rapid City, S D. Services 1 p.m. Wednesday at Pierce Brothers' Crenshaw, 4601 Crenshaw Boulevard. Inurnment Inglewood Ceme- : ..i tery. . KING, Leroy, beloved husband of Mrs. Sandra J. King, father of Mrs. Linda J. Simons and George C, King, stepfather of Miss Robin L. D'Arcy, son or Mr. ano Mrs. 4am King. Services at 1:30 p.m.. Thursday Faith Chapel, Forest Lawn Memorial- : park Hollywood hhis. Forest Lawn Mortuary In charge. KNOWLES, Lily, beloved mother of Mil dred Thomas, devoted friend of Her. bert Wilson; also survived by 3 sis ters and I brother ot Great Britain Services 12:30 p.m. Thursday at Pierce Brothers' Hollywood, 5959 Santa Santa Monica Boulevard. (In lieu of flowers those desiring may make contributions to tha Daughters of Scotia NO. 16B.J LASER, Ida Presklll. services today, 12 noon, at the Hilt side Memorial Park Chapel. Groman Mortuary, directors. LOVEBERRY, Harriett A. Forest Lawn Mortuary ana cemetery, LUTHER, Lester M. Pierce Brothers' inglewood. MacCURDY, Mist Rahno Mabel, beloved sister ot Mrs. jean M. Lindsay. Services at 3 p.m., Saturday, Little Church of tha Flowers, Forest Lawn Memorial-Park, Glendale. Forest Lawn Mortuary In charge. MARREN. Terence M. Requiem Mass today, 9 a.m., at Holy Spirit Church, interment, Holy cross, cunningnam a oxonnor Hollywood, directors. MARSH, Mrs. Bertha B.Cunningham A O'Connor, directors. McCLEAN, Fred. Pierce Brothers' Lot Angeles. McDONALD, James B-, brother of Mrs. William Jones, uncle of Francis M Keeton, Mrs. Frank Meyerhoff Jr. Mrs. Charles L. Devers and Mrs. Mattie Roshon. Services Wednesday, 2:30 p.m., Kainoow cnapei, kosb runs Memorial-Park, Whittier. Rosa Hills Mortuary, directing. MCINTYRE, Paul D. Edwards Colonial Mortuary. MENOLD, Irvln W.. beloved son of Mr. - and Mrs. Louis Menald, brother of Mary Lou Stewart, viola Mae, Roma Jana, Lenls Marie, Delores Ellse and Beniamin J. Menold; , grandson of fcmu Menoia. -. Services Thursday, 11:30 a m., Hill, side Church, Rose Hills Memorial La Pallice Jan. 23 ...Honolulu Jan. 25 ' Station LrB.tm l nr Mammono I ..mnr io noei n iv r ... San Fran. Hanseatlc Vaasa curacao Jan. u er.t .a. ..ran i an ........ Fresno Cristobal CalmarLlna Bandar Mashur Global Tankers , ...... San Jos ' Johnson Line Yawata Maritime Broken san p ran. Crusader Lin , .. 05 Oriental Aroosv (Lib.). LB -29 Naaova Shlnnibnn S S Otello (Swd.l, LB-6 Bremer haven Wallenlus Lin Balance . .... Deo. fise. yr. Wifhdr. fiscal Paraguay (Swd ). 174 president Arthur, U4 President Hoffman (S.A.), 223 Panama (Oan. ), LB-2 120 WASHINGTON ( The cash position of the Treasury, compared with corre sponding dat vr ago:,-- t Jan. 18, 1962 - Jan. 18.1961 I3.827,M1,51 ,,4W,J,4 w.tv- T,,o-M,nn0ta (tkr.l. 172 Tld (Br.). 147 Puerto Armuelles United Fri.ll year ".. 59.375,558,222 53,208,295,3321 Yamaharu Maru (Jan 1. LB-9 Enenada Yemenite Line Total debt , x296,649,086.494 290,254.692,717 Zamboanga (Phil.), 230-O Yokohama Maritime Co. Phil G0I assets . 14.839,633,355 l.SW.t'l.VJO x Includes t437.9io.318 debt not $ub-lect to statutory limit. 14 058.116 837151011 Victor (Nor. tkr.l, 1 I '443 sioaiSandanger (Nor 1, LB-34 46,44j,34ft,w Minnesota (tkr.). San Fran. Johnson Lin . New York Amer. Pres. ... ..Vancouver .Southern S.S. Co. ,, San Fran. The East Asiatic . . Houston Parsel Tankers . , . San Fran. Interocean Lin , Estero Bay Texaco, Ine. ... . . Grand Junction , Medford, Or. . , Red Bluff Reno, Nev. . ... Sacramento .., Tucson .... Winslow ... Yellowstone ... Yuma Preeipi- Max, Mln. ration 42 29 33 21 25 12 i 31 10 31 ., 49 . . 35 .. 36 .. 34 .. 30 .. 55 .. 19 ... 54 .. 56 36 ... IS 44 29 ; -38 41 FOREIGN EXCHANGE NEW YORK (l Closing foreign mt-rhanoa rates (Great Britain and Aus tralia In dollars, others in cent and decimals of a cent) ; Canada m N.Y. (tr) Great Britain (pound) Da 30-day future . Do 40-day future . Do 90-day future . Australia (pound) ... Belgium (franc) Franc (franc) Germany (Western) (Detrtschemark) Holland (guilder) ... Italy (lira) Portugal (eseuda) Sweden iwonei Tuesday Monday .. 93 7187 95 4718 San Fran. Jan. 25 .Yokohama Jan. 24 Sen Fran. '..Jan. 26; Callao Jan. 24 Indefinite i .i. Indefinite .San Fran. Jan. 23 . Liverpool Jan. 24 San Fran. Jan. 26 : .i Indefinite St. Thomas Jan. 23 .Yokohama Jan. 24 TEMPERATURES ANO PRECIPITATION ..LAnttocrh Jan"! 34 , ., OVER THE NATION TUESDAY Balboa Jan. 23 Precipl- SanFren, Jan. 23 Station- Max, Min. latlon san Fran. Jan. it Alb,ny, N j, VESSELS DUE TO ARRIVE TUESDAY - (4 p.m. la Midnight) ,:, l"?ur'u, fj Destination T Sail ;..; ." 60 Yokohama Jan. 26 Birmingham . 3? Manzanlllo Jan. 25 Bismarcn 33 . Manila Jan. 24 Boi;e 2 . Coos Bay Jan. 2$ Boston 34 Beirut Jan. 2 urownsviii Vessel Berth ' Aorla Maru (Jap ), LB-30 Brimanoer (Nor.), LB-34 Bonneville (Nor.), 228-D Cynthia Olson, 135 Dona Margarita (Lib ), anc Martlta (Lib. tkr.). 168 Peru Maru (Jap.), anc. CB-30 Point Reves (tkr ), 18 David E. Day (tkr.), LB-77 . 28111 2 8045 J.7994 2.7944 2 250 2 am 20.407$ 2 27.737$ .1415 351 19.30 Vessel BertH a .1 1. . ik . ... 2 8H6 r(:mm'v luio.r, ..... ? -848 -Mrf (tkr 1. 17 Ber ganger (Nor.l. LB-32 Bandon (bg-) 135 .. . Catawba Ford (tkr.), 149 coilna (tkr ). 73i ?.7W 7949 22500 J.0OV0 10.4175 Swititrlnd (franc) (tree) 23 17 Denmark (k'one) Latin ftnwicai Argentina (peso) (free) Brazil (cruzeiro) (free) Mexico (peso) Vezu (bolivar) ... Far esti Ham) Kong dollar 14.54 . 1.S .3225 802 21.15 17.41 25 0225! 27.72 .1415' 351 19 34 23.17 14.54 i From Operator ' Encnada Mitsubishi Lin San Fran. Westfal Laren , San Fran. Klaveness Line . . . . Huenem Oliver J, Olson . Portland Chendrls, Inc. Richmond California Transpf, San Dleoo "K" Lin El Segundo Pae. Coast Trans, , .. Portland Richfield Oil VESSELS DUE TO ARRIVE TODAY Pram Operator ..Vancouver Hadilpateras A Co. Tamp Mercury Marin .. .........Richmond United Vintner ... London Interocean Lin . . ......... .Huenem Sam Bros. Tow. .. Martinet W. M. Wlckershem Estero Bay Soconv Mobil Oil . ralinritla Standard (tkr.l. LB-76 .4. Oleoo Standard Oil Hntokane Maru (Jap.). ne.-LB-29 . Osaka Mitsubishi Lin Hawaiian Fisherman, 195 Hitra (Nor. tkr.), 173 Kochu Maru (Jan.), LB-30 Lindo (Nor.l. 143 , ., Michigan, LB-21 . ...... Orcades (Br. I, LB-24 ,. Poarlo (Swd 1. LB 711 , fsnta Marlsna, 57 . j i m j ,3 . . . . . ...... i . 11.85 1.22 i r .... , i i ... a... 1. ..... irta. 1 ITT tan Fran. Matsnn Nav. Cn. Dumal J, L. Mow.nckles ... San Diera DaldoLIn .... Antwerp Paal Wilvm A Co. . . Terom States L In - San Fran, P80 Orient tin San Fran. J-fnwn I in San Fran. GrareLlne San Fran, pa'b' Lin ' Cairns Pa' A'trM Direct Vancnuver S'amatos A Co. Enienada Maer sk Lin . Yokohama Jan. 26: Buffalo . an f-ran. Jan. 74 i-asoer ,. ...... , . Martinez Jen. 24iCharleston, S.C . . . Portland Jan, 24 Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland ........ Destination T Sail Cmbus, 0 ' vaiUS!. ..a !ti dv Moini ';;!;;.;;' " ,1. ?5 Detroit ...SenFren. Jan. 25i cVpIL ...Coos Bay Jen. 24 E J SJZit, ....Venlur Jan. 25 tvlton . . ., Seattl Jan.MiHJIStr0" . ii sundo Jan. Si ,nJJ, poii, Indetinlte! ...karmwina "' ., Honolulu Jan. 25li"aV c tv toKfyS." jln 25 La" vm, ,v : San Fran. Jan. 25-. ,,i,vina .Vancouver Jan. 29 yjvn ' ' '; Huenem Jan. 74 u, leach " ieTa'JrS iZ li . . L .fiT! 1.2" -i Minneaoo' s St. Paul ... i" ?5 Oklahem City 17.41 BANK DEBITS Lea AftMtae ClKArtiwhBiw Asms Ttw. (tay reore oarnt jsmjit at fi,nr,, Correpo-irflng .oat lest .VMt, 1420,7(90,4. S" fratKltc bar clearing!, S154,- mooo. Belfint Jan. 34 'Cj'Trf Yokohama Jen. 25 p,ja0iphi ptvwn.x '.i.i.,.. i. Pltttjurh Tim Portland, . 1-JS m. Portland, Or. a ns a m Raletoh . ..... .. . 3 40 a.m.; Rapid Clfy .... . VESSELS SAILED TUESDAY (T 4 P.m.) Vul 0stfnatls) Lmpo(fkr. Port San Luis Elwlna A wathlrvatM f tkr.l , Avon .. .,,,. Asnharu Maru (Jap.) San Fran Kiooarerdyii (Ptn I ...a IT ";. ' M.ilvar Brnwn (tkr ) , Point Weils ... Frna SUmattia IGrt.) Lattakl , LOCATION O" BERTHS Ovtr HsrrW. S4 to 73; Salt Pedro, 74 t t8 West. r""'-' 1 iasln, 101 to 149, W'lmlnton. 15" te wsi Terminaf isin iu to mi; in s it S. Matie . - . - Bnc Ll-I to L 111. - Ismftle 4 50 a m. Richmond 30 am. St Louis . t.35a.m. Salt Lake City 21 .. 23 .. 73 . . 24 .. 27 39 .. 23 .. 24 .. 19 .. 1 ,. . . 45 .. If 2 .. 81 .. 28 i, 49 ,. 32 37 . 71 . 19 24 . 78 j.' 44 V 29 , . 40 .. 60 .. 27 .. 34 .. 33 .. 5 27 10 .. 37 M .. 18 ..3 29 14 52 40 2 -12 28 38 19 5 53 4 14 13 14 -5 -2 14 -8 38 ! 38 -8 11 42 3 2S 14 24 73 - -5 42 33 12 0 28 45 17 74 12 44 -1 43 ' t " -14 30 40 1 : . Park, Whittier. Rose Hills Mortuary, n ran no 9 a.m., at Our Lady of ! METZGAR, Herbert Homer, beloved hus band of Effie C. Metzger, loving father of Inez M. peck. Services Saturday, .12 noon. Utter- MCKimevs viewparx, jiy west 5lau '" son. 1 . ' MORINAKA, Shlichi, beloved father of nieeru ana isutomu. ; Services 7:30 p.m., Jan. 26, at fukui mortuary. NASH, George A., beloved father of . fc izabefh bane II. son of ona Nash brother of Shirley Duke, James Jay, tvan, jonn ano onoerr Nasn, grandfather of Karen and Laura Sanelll. Services Thursday, 1 p.m., at Grace Chapel, Inglewood Cemetery. Snydert Southwest Mortuary, directors. . O'OARA, Eleanor. Edwards Brothers' Colonial Mortuary. PALMER. Gear, beloved hinhanri nf Mary E., loving father of Mr. Ger-I trud snoke, William, Joseph, Frank and George Palmer Jr. Services Thursday, 11:30 a.m., at the We Kirk o' th Heather, Forest - Lawn. Brese Brother A Olllette, directors. PARSONS, Ruth B., beloved wife of Ralph M. Parsons. Slumber room visitation 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. Wednesday, at Pierc Brothers' Hollywood, 5959 Santa Monica ; Blvd. Services 2:30 P.m., Thursday, et St. James Episcopal Church, 3903 Wilshlre Blvd. Interment private. PHEI.EY, Donal B beloved husband of Mrs. Mary Constance Roach Phelev, brother of Gordon E. and Paul W. pnciey. .v Services at J P.m., Thursday. . Church of the Recessional, Forest , Lawn Memorial-Park, Glendale. Forest Lawn Mortuary In charge. : (Friends may donate to tha American Cancer Society, 315 West 9th St., l os Anaeles.) POWELL, Robert C, beloved mother of, : Mrs. Marian, Webb, sister of Mrs. ,, Mary Callow, Alfred, William, Thorn- as na jossnn poweit, grnomother of Mrs. Sandra Gillls; also survived by 2 great-grandchildren. Recitation of Rosary 7:30 p.m., Thursday and Reouiem Mass f a.m.. Friday, Church of Divine Savior, 2913 Iriall St .' I ns Anaeles. RABBEN, Mabel Margaret, beloved wife - of Sevrin Rabben, loving mother of Sandra J, and Karl B. Rabben, daugh-; ter of Mrs. Nyland Manger. Services Thursday, 3 p.m., at Utter-Mckinley's Vlewpark, 3719 West Slau- son. . . i RATNER, Nathan. Services today, 10 a m., at Olasband Moruiarv. RENNFPOHM, W, P. Forest lawn Mortuary ano cemeiery, Services Friday, V p.m., at Armstrong Family. CRAIG, Margaret H., of Laguna Beach beloved mother of Mrs. Madeleine wneeier ana Mrs. Ella Barker. Services Friday. January 26, 1 p.m. at Pierce Brothers' Little Church Around the Corner. 3443 West Man. Chester Boulevard, Inglewood. Plercei . Brotnerv ingiewooa, directors. CULLEN, Isaac Henry, beloved husband of Mrs. Berth M. Cullen, father of James L. and Raymond L. Cullen, promer ot tna m. ttaiiwanz, kus a. Thomas. J. E . Andv L.. Stratfwr B. and Olile Culien; also survived by 4 grandchildren. . Services at 2:30 p.m., Friday, Wee Kirn o' ma Heartier, Forest Lawn Memorial-Park, Glendale. Forest Lawn Mortuary In charge. DEADY, Michael, father of th Rev. John . P. Deady, Mrs. Hubert J. Stancik, '.. Mary Ellen and Kay Deady. Rosary Wednesday, 8 p.m., and Re- quiem Mass Thursday, 10 a.m., both at Holy Family Church, South Pasadena. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Wendell P. Cabot A Sons, Pasadena, directors. ... tV 0IEHL, Philip Allen, beloved husband of V i LI.... IM.l.1 Services 10 a.m. Friday at Plarral Corner, 3443 West Manchester Boule-. vard, Inglewood. Pierc Brothers' In giewooa, dn-tctart. 00NOHOE, Elizabeth E., wife of Michael J. Donohoe, mother of Sister Sarah v Margaret and Sarah Heborger Morgan ana Micnaet jonn Donohoej also survived by 14 grandchildren. Recitation of th Rosary Wednes- r day, 4 p.m. and 8:15 P.m., at St. .. Jerome's Catholic Church. Westches. ter. Solemn Requiem Mast Thursday, - 9 a.m.. at above church. Interment. Holy Cross. Inglewood Mortuary, 12061 Lentineia Avenue, OR.8-3381, directors DOTY, William O., beloved husband of Mrs. Florence C. Doty, father of Mrs, : ,- Barbara J. Cox, brother of Walter A. Doty, grandfather of Larry, Janet and Richard Cox. Services 1 p.m., Thursday, Church ; of the Hills, Forest Lawn Memorial-Park, Hollywood Hills Forest Lawn Mortuary In charge. ESTRADA, Juana. , Remains forwarded to Mexico bv Zeferlno Ramirez Memorial Chapel. 55' EVANS," Fkrvd. 1 22! F awards Brelhers' Colonial Mortuary. nXnkiSrZ1S"l.T'.'. aTAUVrSTT, rha.la. U k...k...l r.vr"-', ...., yiriv a....,,.,...,,, ..u., i,ywo.,u Eiia. . Rmw ann Drmner ot Mrs of . Lena L., father of Lorraine F, B..hv urni(. un riara Sanit Oeatht, Funeral Announcements SHEPHERD, Grant Thorn ind wife Odette, beloved father and mother of Daniel and Marl Helen Shepherd. Reguiem Mass 10 a.m., Thursday, St. John Baptist d la Sail Church, 16545 Chetsworth St., Granada Hills. Pierc Broth-' Van Nuvs, directors. SOMERS, Andrietta Glastell, loving moth er ot warn oomers ana Anarua Wescotf. Services Thursday, 10 a.m., at the Heims cnspei of th westwood Community Methodist Church. Gates, Klngiley A Gales, Westwood, directors. SPIZZIRRI, Ella It. Requiem Mass today, 9 a.m., at St. Ambrose Church. Callanan Mortuary, ' directors.- . . STANDER, Dinah S., beloved wlf of the late Sam, devoted mother of Leonard of New York and Arthur Stander. ' Graveside services Thursday, 11 a m., at the Beth Otam Cemetery. Maiinow A Silverman Mortuary, Of-. rectors. ....- i TAM, Julius. Callanan Mortuary, directors, TURNOUIST, Eiray W. Cunningham A O'Connor, directors. ULRICH, Charles H., beloved brother of William Ulrich. Services 11:30 a.m. Friday at Pierce Brothers' Lltfl Church Around th Corner, 3443 West Manchester Boulevard, Inglewood. Pierc Brothers' ' Inglewood. directors. (in lieu of flow. rs friends may send contribution tol American cancer society.) VAN SYCKLE, Clarence N., beloved husband of Mrs. Mae Van Syekle, father of Victor Van Svckle and Jack Bailey. Services at 2 p.m., Friday, Little Church of th Flowers, Forest Lawn Memorial-Park, Glendal. Forest Lawn Mortuary in charge. VAN VLASSELAER, Mary E., beloved mrjmer or iwrs. neiena srark ana Mrs OBITUARIES I Rev. Clarence A. Neff The Hev. Clarenre A. Neff, 76. died Tu-stay at his home 629 W 9th St., aaremom, fol lowing a long illness. Dr. Neff, was born in Bucjtus, O., and ordained In 1913 as a Congrega tlonal minister. He served in missions in China and Mexico before taking charge of Chris tian education and com muni tji relations at Claremont ChurchJ He leaves his widow, PrLsrilla. and three sons, Dr. John Mj Neff of Johns Hopkins Hospfl tal, Dr. Charles B. Neff of tha) University of Hawaii and Sam uel H. Neff of the Univereitjl of Canterbury. Chrtstctaircli 5 New Zealand. Funeral eervicef will be conducted today at 4 p.m, in Claremont Church. In terment will be private in Oak Park. Cemetery. Gisle W. Romb Services for Gisle W. Roma, 65, a plumbing contractor whoj died Tuesday, will be conduoW ed Friday at 3:30 p.m. at thai Bresee Bros. & Gillette Mortu; ary. He leaves his widow, El len, of 5012 Venice Blvd.: twoj brothers, Louis, of PorUanclj Ore., and Sophus, of Banning,; and two sisters, Mrs. Clara Sault of Portland and Mrs. Ruby Maculsay of San Ansel, mo. Interment will be private. ! Andrietta G. Somers Services for Mrs. Andrietta! Glassell Somers, 75, who died, Monday, wil be conducted Thursday at 10 a.m. at Helms Chapel in Westwood Community Methodist Church. Sh$ leaves a daughter, Mrs. An-drita Wescott; a tson, M. Clark Somers; a brother, W. M. Glas-sell, and four grandchildren.' Mrs.; Somers, 1241 Midvala Ave., was a member of the Losi Angeles Country Club and ac- tive in the Methodist Church.' Interment will be private. Gertrude B. Leavens Services for Mrs. Gertrude B. Leavens, 85, former posfci master of Roscoe (now Sun Valley) will be conducted by) p.m. Thursday in the Littla Church of the Flowers, Mrs J Leavens, 248 E 51st St., San Bernardino, served as postmaster six years and moved to San Bernardino eight years ago. bne leaves a daughter, joseohin underwood; also survived Mrs. Gertrude B. Lee, Sunland; oy iu granocnnoren, iv greatrano- fwn cnnn W am R Kan Rer. ch ldren and 4 oreat-areat-arandchil. lw .s,"nH ""'i?'" p., Odn Der- dren. nardmo, and irank. B., banta sumNorthl Rosa; 14 grandchildren, and 28 great-grandchildren. Interment will be in Forest Lawn Memorial-Park. Services Thursdav. 11 Pierc Brothers' Slmone, 2814 North eroaaway, los Angeles, VESENTIN, Louis. Services Wednesday, 12 noon, at the Chapel of the Chimes, Inglewood Park Cemetery. Utter-McKinley's Viewpark in charge. WARSCHAUER, Frlfi, beloved husband of Lisa (nee Adler), son of Ella War-schauer, brother of Lenl Jacksen and lis Treltel, son-in-law ot Jack and (vtargareT oier, , Services Wadnrfav.-9 am. at Unl lywood Cemetery Chapel. Maiinow A Silverman Mortuary, directors. (In lieu of flowers, friends may con- trlbut to Th American Cancer Society.) . WHITEHEAD,' John Tulloss, beloved hus- Da no ot toa M. wnirenead, loving father of Elizabeth Camomile, grand- Tamer or Alien patex ana timer fono jr. Services Thursdav. 1 p.m.. at Hill side Church. Rose Hills Memorial Park, Whittier. . Rose Hills Mortuary, directors jFuneral Directors Groman Mortuaries JEWISH FUNERAL DIRECTORS Los Angeles Rl. 8-2201 San Fernando Valley TR. 7-0335 we serv more jewisn Famines than any other mortuary in So. Calif. Maiinow & Silverman LEADING JEWISH FUNERAL DIRECTORS " Rl. 91051 YOUR FUNERAL DIRECTOR ' UTTER-McKINLEY MAIN OFFICE DU. 8-2481 PIERCE BROTHERS SERVING ALL FAITHS AND ALL CEMETERIES. Rl, M1S1. FOREST LAWN Undertaking a Cemetery Together CLINTON 4-3131. HALL & MALLOY LAWRENCE DAVID J. Rl. 9-2211 Rl. 9-8787 BRESEB BROS. & GILLETTE SIXTV-NINE YEARS OF FRIENDLY FBVirP 950 W. WASHINGTON BLVD. Rl. -S125. EDWARDS BROTHERS Downtown, 1000 Venice Blvd. Rl. 9-8281. East L.A., 3827 Whittier Blvd. AN. 1-2481. J AMFS & CLAPFNCF PIFRTP 1 VENICE BLVD. Rl. 9-9231 tLNNl.VGHAM & O'CONNOR 8450 Melrose, Hollywood. OL. S-nso. 850 W. Washington. Rl. 9-0297. CALLANAN MORTUARY SERVING CATHOLIC FAMILIES HO. 2-2244 Leon G. Turon Masonic funeral services for Leon G. Turon, 74, member of; a pioneer Los Angeles family, will be conducted today at 3 p.m. in the Chapel of the Psalms at Hollywood Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Turon, 1948 Crest Dr., died Monday. He was a retired RKO Studio electrician. He leaves his wld-1 ow, Suzanne. Arrangements . are directed by the Godeau & Martinoni Mortuary, 828 v Washington Blvd. Joseph A. Thomas Requiem Mass for Joseph A. Thomas. 55. who died Sunday at a Burbank hospital, will be celebrated today at 9 a.m. 'at St. Charles Catholic Church in North Hollywood with Utter McKinley's valley Mortuary mt rectors in charge. Interment will follow at Holy Cross Cemetery. Mr. Thomas, 4761 For man Ave., Norm Honywooa, was president of Telefilm, Inc., Hollywood. He leaves nis wid ow, Mrs. Melrose Thomas; two brothers,, John in Florida and . Victor Thomas in New York; three sisters, Mrs. Harold Spina of Hollywood, Mrs. Marie MacCracken of San Francisco and Mrs, William Weimer,of Sacramento. Jack T. Montgomery Requiem Mass for Jack TravJ ers Montgomery, 70, motion picture actor, will be celebrated today at 9:30 a.m. in St.- Charles Catholic Church, with arrangements by Pierce Bros. Hollywood. Mr. Montgomery, U854 Magnolia Blvd.., Nortu Hollywood, died Sunday in the Motion- Picture Country Hos pital. He leaves his widow, Marian, and two daughters, Mrs. Robert Cary and Mrs. Louise Keller. Interment will follow in San Fernando Mission Cemetery. - ; ARMSTRONG FAMILY 1201. SOUTH HOPE. 8TIeT.Bsf1., REED BROS., TAPLEY & GEIGER 2045 W. WASHINGTON. RE. 2-4115. .02 .03 l-biiv u., ramor m Lorraine r. Oilas and Dorothy Mionev (adooled daughter), grandfather of Jeanne Ozlas, all of Phoenix, Aril, f brother of John Feweett of Davenport, ia.; Colo.) Maxlne Davis of Phoenix and Harriett Sodereerg of Davenport, la. , . Services 2:30 p.m. Wednesday atl Pierce broltwrs' Llltw Church Around th Corner, 3443 Wst Manchester Boulevard, Inglewood. Pierc Broth, en' InnHMMod. directors. FINN, Louis, age 74, Of 2K1J Nlnomo Ave., Long Beach, .survived by 2 sons Marshall and Aaron Firm and daughter Mrs. Marian Alport. Servk at Welnstein A Sons Fu neral Homa, cnicaoo, in, Local r. ranuements bv Ros Garden Mortu ary, Long Beach, FREED, Max. ServIrM Thursdav. II a m., at the ftromen Mortuary. Interment, Mount; Olive Memorial Park. -, OARFINKEL, Joe. 1 Mrvires j e m. today at m Hiinm , Memorial Park Chapel, tuarv, dlrtctors. Rubv Maculsay, Mrs. Clara Louis and s. M. Romo. Services Friday, 3:30 p.m,, at Brese Brother 4 Olllette Chapel. . SASs. tarn. OSFN. Alter. Services Thursdav, 1 p.m., at th Home of Peace Mausoleum Chapel, Groman Mortuary, directors. ROSS, Irma W mother or Nancy E sister of Lucll Walkr and Charles Walker.' Recitation " of Rosarv Wednesday venlng at Cooper Mortuary, Oakland,: California. Requiem Mass Thursday,, St. Elizabeth' Church, Oakland. Interment Holy Sepulchre, . Hay ward. California. RUBENSTEIN, Nathan, formerly of Chicago. III., beloved huftisnd of Dorothy ' T ... father of Elain Tie and Earl Ruhanttaln. hrnther of Fannie Wilson and Lrna Rosbyj also survived by 4 grandchildren. Servlres Wednesday. 1 f n, at HIIL Side Memnrial Park Chanal. Maiinow. 4iermn Mortuary, directors. Croman Mor. Mi-f.t, rr. rharles. wsiip a, si 'erman jviorTuary. Sun, Moon, Tide By U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey lit nr ' full lS FLORISTS ROWERS BELONG, Whgfswfoerosiiftt FiowcrsRrpressToar deepest thoughts. 4SI. S.1, ?. XI l.tWai from'"$lirin)";-':"r'" FLOWERS FOR FOREST LAWN FUNERALS ' Delivery within minutes Helpful counseling ; Charge by phone The Flower Shop In Forest Lawn Call CL. 4-3131 or CI. 1-4151. OuAB'" OO Feb. 4 Feb. 11 Feb. WEDNESDAY, JAN Sun rises 4:55 a.rn., 4t S:1S p.m. . Moon rises 9:02 p.m., sets 9:14 a.m. TIDES AT LOS ANQELES HARBOR Jan. Low High Low ' High 24 4:42 2.1 10:34 41 S:37-O.J ,. . Hlnh I nw High LOW 25 1211 3f S:27 2.3 4? 4:07 6.7 24 12:51 3 9 4 2 2 $ 11:5S 3.J 4:41 1.1 27 1:35 l. 7:49 J.3 -12:54 J.J 7:22 1.5 2 2:2S 4.1 9 33 2 0 2:43 21 8:1J 19 3 54 41 in 14 14 4:47 2 7 :35 2.2 30 4:1 47 11;S3 0.1 4:ll 1.0 "10:33 2.2, rianntea m Sea temperatures: Long Beach, 54; San ta Monica, u 19 j.n.28 CEMETERY Lots-Crypts 12 lots selling at S42S ea. Sacrifice at tloo ea. Green Hills Memorial Pk. Prl. Ptv AX 4-3O0O,r Russ ;. . r l. r MusTciose estaTe of late Mr. MorrFs, Cem, Bkr. Choice lots, 12S Incl. car. Mrs. Morris. HO. 9-945. Forest Lawn Gleridaler 1 spc., 14$ for quick sal OL. 1-3154. Br. Monument! end Markers ART MONUMENT CO. PROM $33.50. HO. 1-9991. Oi eiNTSCH, Frederick W loving huband ii, 09 1 of Mary E Gen tech. father of Frd- FTP? 1ELWVN, VIMa H. Groman M(irtury, directors. KKATITTFUL LOTS Cfi1. AC MJW IN TREE SHADED LAWN MAVU eluding rull Endowment tare tno Mntennc Pufcrmstt today for immdiatd or fuhirt) use. Inter. e terms up to 3a monms , . . trt insurant )le on unpaid balance to pre-need buyer. 4 v ,i: .18 rick C. Gentsch. , Services Wednesday, 12 noon, ' f : Utter-McKlnley's Wilshlr Chapel, 444 South Vermont Avenu. (Salt Lake Tribune pleas copy.) 01 FT, Armenia Py, tovint mothr ef; aAavln aranHmnfhar aj IVui AtH ! PorV this avanina. 1ft a'rlnrkjl!' t th Cttlenan Mortuary, 1301 North j w-Tn Aveni. pmuie-n Will 1 Thursday, t m, at V SNMr " Mcramant Church. fMim OMUIM wad closing MMUM iXftii. COMPLETE FUNERAL PLANS including csket 'h7'" & ind 11 lervlpes, cenwtrry lot, pening And "Vi, fl"' VA, etc. rull cost fjua . V for Complett InortruitvM fc4Wa rv- , .v ,r-r- ,SIH t (, ' 'I v 1 ? t

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