The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts on July 13, 1960 · 18
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I - - ' "; ' " - - . ... , I. t t .-. -. . mi i. .- :? "t i H - ," i si "f , J-- . - . , .t :, , . ; "t - Eighteen Business and Financial THE BOSTON GLOBE WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1960 INVESTMENT COMPANIES Answer to Who Buys the Funds May Be Found in Who Sells Them N. Y. Stock Exchange Bonds With Highs and Lows for Year Range I960 Hign Low CORPORATION BONDS int 994 Atleg Co 5s 62 100 Mb Alcoa V:tA2 Vi'i 951 Alum ran 4'4sR0 90' 90 Am Airlin 3s 66, 71 54 Am KP as 2030 H-b WiVi Am r P 4 S0.-.87 fcatCS ilW Hi eh Low Last Chg. Net iRane? 1980 High lxi w Sates aouo liy Mil KUBtKl MUSlitR . The incentive nf ITip collar firm growth lUnd holders ShOW no 3'nO MO AraMch F cv .5s7T TW YORK .Ti.lv 19T c.,n.. . t r., " " r- !,,,. iUU Am lftT w.M one of the minor but more pop-(cent commission and clearly rep-jthe regular investment compan-luar mysteries m investment resents a major force in the tre-Ue, cxceDt in thp future educa-romnany annals revolves about mendous growth of the funds in Is C C, P m UCa. wno ouys the the last decade. .uuhukswi. nc.cu irauiuw funds. 1 c, ,.. .u j t Energy Fund people listed col- In he case of f,01 t,hejunds Pla lege tuition for children as the moT oSInl ..ffjM"" goal, while only 6.5 percent IUnOS, the an- that the nnmh r,t ch rhnlH.rc DEeneIaUy!has soare to a current 2 million. "'""" uu " with an nuora l j did in the N.A.I.C! survey. Retirement led both surveys as 'the Number One aim. with 44 to a question of ;rfirnr Frf Percent 01 Ener2y Kolders and not who buys 'in Fund holde" )- 35 percent of other mutual fund- but who is to this feature. The ready mar- -ne"Slx,th 12 mllllon, Amer- A e also seems to play a erti. ket for mosTin-1 kp Nft innai Asn' rfflnvPnt nent roles in the investment plc-vestment com-'lhe Natl?nal Assn- of Investment ture, Energy nUiers num. pany shares ; pa s , 'ber 35 percent under 40 years of does of course' A sma!1 tut not insignificant age, compared to only 15.7 per- txist, hut even as in other forms'Part of tnls vast army of share-;cent for the N.A.I.S. group. The Dl savings and-or investment, a holders, however, have acquired recent start-up (1955) of the fund certain amount of selling is re- tncir mutual funds without com-ialso shows a certain lack of ap-juircd. .mission charges in any directipeal to the 60 and over age Iform, These people have been erouD. . ,cuve parucipanis as Duyers, 9?.i Am TAT 4VsW 138 Am TT cv 4'is73 tBi Am T&T :!'s!)0 StiV Am T&T 3VsT:i 71 Am T&T 2"ssS7 81'i Am T&T 2,s"j 77 Am TAT 2s7 7ii Am TAT Ja.sSO 9S Am Tob Ss 62 S8 Am Tob 3s & RV; Antieus Bus Ziz7T $W Armour 5s 84t 9R Assoc Inv 79 SO Atchison 4s 95 10O4 All Ret cv 4MT fa All Refln 3.s7fl S7 All' Redn 2S m 26 M'i 91i 75 8fi'i 82 784 SS'i S! 84 S8 Iff) 'I :iV 108 -8 2 IIS Aveo MT cv 5s79 117 107 Bait GAE 4'is 74 77 'i 67 B&O cv 4'ss2(llfl 73 67'4 B&O cv 4'4S 2010A 77 70Vi E0 4Visa 7S 71 E&o 4s 80 ' 3S1 137 Beth Stl cv 3t;sS0 88'4 84 Beth Stl S-'Us 70 U 84 Boeittc cv 4'-isS0 5 57 Bos&Me 6sK 3 24i. Bos Me 4'is70f 's Brit un li Z'is,i 9 100'i M0V4 300'i 1 97! -S7" S7Vi H T 9S 9fl'- ! 2 90' 90", POM...... 5S 57 56 58 81 51 51 51-. 'i 8 3'J8 323 325 15 78 104 104 104 35 lifisZ MRU 11 .225 225 U-S1 91 91 91 91 '4 90'4 914 74 (1 1'5 M-. 81 7fi4 S8 91 84 83 35 14 : 84 81 77 b 98 . 91 84 84 84 sm ' 76V-1S 98 91 84 84 135 1W Gard Den cv 4';s76 126 107 Garreu cv 4',s.K 'i 90 (i Am Oil 4s 84 100 94 Gen C inn s1-? t 90 Gen Uec 3'siS 99 G Mot ACC i77 104 97 (i Mol Acc 104 301 G Mot Acc 5sXl 94 88 G Mot Are 4x79 100 97 O Mo'Atc 3 .-.til 90 83 GMot ACC 3"V75 91 84 GMOIACC 31-.S72 89 83 GMotAcc 3ta 93 8 GMotAcc 2g4 88 86 Gen Mnt p j 79 222 155 Gen Tel cv 4W77 216 148 Gen Tel cv 4s71 145 116 Gen Time cv 4-!4S79 101 9h Glidden s83 9o 92 Goodrich 3s85 97' 90'i Grace cv 3Us75 2000 Net Huh Low Lsst ChB. Kanse I960 Hiku Low 113 113 113 63 56 Peoria E 4s90t 15 118 115 11 82 78 Pere Mar 3sba 34 hi SKIVi VI 1 ltti 102 Phil El 5s89 4 ! 99 99 83 79 Phil El 3sfO 8 92 92 92 91 85 Phil Kl 2s(V7 19 104 101 104 82 77 Phil El 2s74 13 104 103 104 123 104 Phtlco cv 4s84 i3 104 lffi 103 112 105 Phillips P cv 4'.sST 8 S2 92 Ki 95 91 Phillips P 2s84 415 100 100 100 115 107 Pot K P cv 37S 10 9ti 89 89 94 90 . Proct & G 3s81 13 8H 89 89 81 80 KfeiKO 3 Mi 10 89 89 89 98 91 .4 Pu..SEG 3f,h3 30 H 9, ,159 ; 120 RCA CV 380 6 8787 8, 70 58 Read)! 3s9i 2 1"3 193 193 122 308 Richfield cv 4ris83 At, it IMS t4liUll . fij uonr A CV SK' i Z "AiZZ Z m 81 Ct No Rv Vwad 38 lftV; 103- 107! 1 .kj . MW ti X 2 "T? .(Hi 2U GulfMAO Ss A'lhf - 711. rfl 1 T'St 9fi 131 128 . 128 34 113 113 113 7i 78 77 78 1 73 73 "I 3 75 75 . 75 V, .,51i Jf i ,7fi- . 18 151 131 l.)l ..... 2 87 87 87 102 Ki 87 89 1 9 58 58 58 2 25 25 25....; '3 ' ..'2 60 54 GullMAO 4s 2U44B 120 312 Hooker ch cv iiM 5 ski1. vjHudM ne atom 13 7 viHud M inc 5s57xf 80 73 lllBell '1 el .'sl 99 94 Inland bU 4s.S7 89 U 84 lnt Miner cv 3.63s77 252 375 Int TT cv 4sS3 118 91 n'E Ckt cv 4Ws82 95 - KOPDC1-S 3sM 67 60"A LehVTerm 5s79 : 105 300 Lib McN cv 5s7S BOOKLET- PROSPECTUS describes THE COMATiON ST0 F5JXD of CROUP SECURITIES, IKC. A mutual fund investing for in come and possible growth through common stocks selected for their investment quality. Mail this advertisement. 1 BO in that these no-lead funds employ no salesmen. Economic realities also preclude any large-scale advertising or promotion activities. Then who are these people and why dothey invest their money under conditions virtually t untouched by sales persuasiorl? Younger and Richer A survey released by the Energy Fund profiles the average holder of this fund as younger ing upon information from the'and" "L.lf 15. the most recent survey by the Na The national survey shows 37.3 percent of regular fund holders are in this age category, pom-pared to but 12 percent for Energy Fund. Another clue to the special appeal of an avowedly specialized growth goal, is the makeup of occupation. Biggest percentage of ownership 37 percent lies in the professional or technical group, with another 14 percent drawn from management and executive areas. N-A.I.C. comparisons put 25 Cy SUB DISTRIBUTORS GROUP, INC. 80 Pin Strict, Ntw York 5, N. Y. For an investment of $5,Q00 for MORE INCOME Let us help you select the Mutual Funds BEST FOR YOU ... Broad diversification among leading .American corporations ... Continuous professional management ... As many as 12 dividends yearly in varying: amounts Mutual Fund Flans arail-tihle for other amounts from SI 000 up. For information on an intelligent investment, program fill out and mail coupon below. Qmtcr;$ar.i .utmhirt Knxon a wl Srw Yrk SM EjrJinnja and Amertmn Stork h.ehiiniji (Anorinlel l0 Congrkss Strkkt, Boston . (itnt .. address,... tional Assn. of Investment Co.s (1958), the Energy investor is shown also to have a bigger income as well as greater net worth than his fellow mutual funder. Significant among one of the few surveys of its kind are such facts as these: ; - Energy Fund family incomes up to $10,000 comprise 27 per cent of total shareholders, while' N.A.I.C, shows 72 percent in the $10,000 and under category,! among the regular account holders. ' In the $10,000 to $20,000 family income range, the Energy per centage of ownership rises to 42. while the, overall mutual holder in this bracket drops to 18 per cent. Among the most appealing fea tures mentioned by fund hold ers in the no-load survey, it comes as no surprise that 79 percent favored the absence of any sales charge. The next most pop ular feature was termed the field, of investment, with the third i OHH(-ol"'s tiled dlldBUi; JU Rye performance record. July.. Despite the lack of salesmen fte.? m extensive promouon executive-administrative area. (Boston Globe-N.Y. Herald Tribune) Commodity Futures In a Nutshell "M' Coeoa Off 13 to 19 points. iinVio 17U"changed to UD 22 Cottonseed Oil Unchanged to off 10 nigner; corn, oats Grains Wheat lower. Hides Off 1. Tead No sales. Rubber Rex off 4S to 75 Sujtar No. 6 up I ; No. 4 off 2 to Up 2 Woo 1-OfT .4 to .8 of a cent. Wool Tops Oft .1 to .5 of a cent. inc No Bales. 123 107 Burroughs cv 4s81 35 115 114 315 101 86 69 SO 102 108 116 66 99 fan south 5s 82 78 Can Pac 4s pern 44 Cat) Airl cv 4s78 8.1 Case cv 5s83 , 78 Case 3s78 Q7U Calfr Ttse 41.77 99 Cer dePas cv 5s79 4 101 101 101 84 Chad G cv 5 90s 71 4 80 80 80 3 3 MB'i 100 10ft' 48 82V 82 821 27 55 54 55 17 8b 'i 3 8H'A1 3 79 79 79 3 1(0 im ii4 2 29 5 59 CM.SP P 5s 2055! 60 50 . Chi NW cv 4s 99f 99 92 CIT Fin 4'js 71 82 75 Cilies Svc 3s 77 78 72 CCCSL 45 77 .. 71 62 CCC&SL 4s 93 130 98 Colo F cv 4s 77 106 100 Colum Gas 5s 84 100 92 Colum Gas 4s 81 95 88 Colum Gas 4-Vs 83 104 -. 91 Comb En cv 3s 81 84 80 Comw Ed 3S 77 T3V4 88 Comw Ed 3s 99 108- 100 Con Edi 5. 89 105 100 Con Edis 5s 87 98 90 Con Edis 4s FS 110 302 Con Edis cv 4s 73 88 82 Con EdlS 3 eh 84 79 Con Edis 3Hs 81 85 80 Con Edis 2"'-s 7 77 71 Con Edis 2 ,s F2 US'l ll'i C Rlectrnd rv 4U.R4 32 133 81 78 Con GE Ba 2s-76 I 82'i 104 100 Con Nat G 5s 85 K;'i 79- Consu Pw 2s 75 109 100 Coow stl cv 5s 79 40 61 61 Sd'4 M 97 97 73 73 68 68 6H4 55 P7 6S 45 105 105 105 32 108 108 308 8 99 99 99 4 94 94 94 10 96 96 96 39 81 82 83 1 73 73 73 14 103 105 lC.i'1 4 105 105 105 5 9S 98 98 107 109 109 109 2 8S 86 88 12 KK 83. 8.W K 5 84 84 r4l 4 YVA iD'-i I.Tx..... li tiii i: U'i 82 ,IC1 4 79 77 Cuba No 4s 70f 18 CubaRR nitff4.s7nf rei 1 95 Curtis Pub 6s 861 3 87 Iieere 2s 65 10 93 Del&Hud 4s 63 3 3.i l'ei law inc 9.n i PIAW 4s-6s 2042 8 PAROW 3s-4s 93 12 DA.Salt L 3s-4s 93 2 Houe Aire cv 4s 77 How Ch cv 3s 82 Dress Ind cv 4s 77 Dua Lt 3is 88 81 16 nuq jut 2 115 100 East S Stl cv 5s73 101 99 ElPaso sw 5s65 48 35 Erie 5S 202O( 4S 35 Erie 5s 2020f TtM 82 . 82 Erie Oh 3'is71 54 J24 Fansleel cv 45is7S 100 98 Firestone 3s6l 94 1A 7ft viFlaECst as74t 100 S3 Food Fair cv 4(.79 12 10 99 92 97 45 1. 54 82 81 85 75 221 1!X! 94 85 89 83 2104 104 304..... 4 82 82 82 10 102 102 102 1 5 4 3 98 1 51 12 81 2 80 12 7fi IS 200 9 90 4 89' 9 80' 4 98 92 96 .;) 51 81 80 76 200 89 89 5 4..., 89 4 1 , 92 . 35 .. It.,-.H 1 1 80 78'ili.i 2no-l 89. .80 July.. 1.83 heo .. 1.85 Dec ., 1.9134 Mar ., 1.98 May .. 1.96 , Corn July . 1.18 Seo .. 1.17 V. iP.ee ., 1.12 Mar .. 1.18 May . 1.18 Oats , July CHICAGO GRAINS C "-lose Low Tues. Mon. 1.82 3.82 182 3 84 1.85 1.85 -.: 1.90 1,91 1.91 1.95 1.96 1.954 1.95 ', 1.95 1.95 Sen . Dec , Mar cam paign, slightly more holders or 28 percent heard of the fund through newspaper or magazine ads than the 25 percent who learned of it from friends. Objectives of the specialized Mar May Soybeans July .70 .89 .73 ,74'. .74 1.17 1.18 1.22 1.25 1.23'a 1.17 136 1-11 1.16 1.18 .70", -69 .72 .74 V5 .73 'a M6"4 1.17 121 5 3.24 1.24a 1.17 1.16- 1.12 1.16 1.18 i70 .89 .72 .74 .73 1.16 1.18 1.22 1.24 1.25 1.18 1,17 112 1.16 1.18 - .70 .69 .73 .74- .73 1.18 J. 18 1.22 1.24 3.25 8 104 304 104 ?ill IUU iUU .... 1 35 35 33 ... IS SI 83 83 1 25 137 336 336-3 7 83 83 83 1 8 97 97 97.... 17 116 113 115 1 a juu- 1004 urn- 1 92 92 92 39 92 90 90 1 3 110 109 110 4 6.1 1 1 1 biv hhV), 134 J7 101 97 145 117 22 332A l:M 330 3 11 82 61 61 7 55 54 5.") 17 117 117 117 29 537i Si 53 30 8A 8 8 N h 77 7" 7,i. 5 98 98 98 5 89 88 88- 38 22! 22! 2 i 17 93 92 93 j 94 94 '4 94' f B2 62 2 1 302 302 302 1151.4 108 RoVMi-B cv atf 71 70 KILaw&Ad 5s9tt 72 65 StLSP 5s2006f 77 68 stLSP cv4s2022f 118 98V, Scott Pan -v 3s71 1102 97 Sears Roe 4sS3 iiHa liAi sears K Ac bshs MOTHER'S HELPER Lockheed cv 3-580 127 98 96 96 V, 99. 89 i 27 64 62 65 '.i .62 96 71 48 1011 4 t-i 101 94 71 63 60 63 58 65 54 18 40 82 19 99 103 116 87 U.I Mack Trk 5'sb8 Macv cv bsii 7 100-V 300 100 4 32 138 134 134-2 Ml ..... 71 74 87 17 , 58 86 Mcliermott cv 5s72 72 Merrt hao cv 4WSIJ 83 MolsHon 3.10s 72 16 MKT Inc 5s2fR3t 54 MoKan T 4'-.s78 51 MoPac 5s2043f 58 MoPAC 4s2020f 53 MoPac 4 20301 90 MoPac 4',is7B 88 MoPac 4Vis90 664 MoPac 4Vis20ft5 30'i MononRR 6s2007f 101 MontWd Cr 4"s80 45 NorAEs 3's2000 99 NCvlG v5iis"7 85 KatDist 3s"4 99 KEIW T&T 4VisSI , . m iuu la-ib iu" i in 1 1 Hi ia-m t-at 89 74 87 17 58 53 58 5-. 97 70 3(1'4 32 IOTA 101 at 4a-) o 37 1 43 15 28 L 42 15 15 58 55 97 70 68 87- 37 58 1 53 58 -i 55 97l 70 6R 2914 !.. 101 4' 119 107 Sham OG cvj.83 S5 83 ShellUn 2s7 10.' 94 Smchar cv 4-s8S 108 94 Smith Cor cv 5s79 80 76 Soconv 2s7B 99 91 So Pac 4s69 88 83 So Pac 4s81 95 89 So Pac Or 42s7T 84 61 So Pac 2s86 141 112 Spiceel cv 5s84 99 84 Std O CM 483 Iflfl 95 Std O Ind 4Us83 109 ' 92 Sid O Ind cv3n82 123 108 Talcott cv5s"9 :ib .ii tx corn isto 124 107 Thomo Pd cv4s82 a 65 un rac 2-is;u 97 9C Un Gas Cn 4s77 94 90 USSteel 4s83 98' 83 Vanad cv 7B 315 312 Vire Rv inc 6s2O08 wi'i w ssnore 4s2ibi 60 55 W Shore 4s23Slre S3 103 102 103 5 88 86 86 89M NVCen fi;B0 68 NYCen 5s2013 60 NYCen 4s2013 57 NYCen 4s98 60 NYCen Hit "s97 51 NYCen LS 3s98 62 NY&Har 4s2043A 50 NY Lack w 4s73 13 NYNH cv4'is2022t 29 NYNH 4S2007 77 NYPLt .S7" 14 NYSusW 4' s 2013f 93 NYTel 4s91 99 NiaMPw 4 vs87 108 NiaMPw c4 s72 R3 NnrPae 4s97 89 Northron cv5s79 142 10614 Northroo cv4s75 124 113 OlinM cv5s82 124 113 OlinM (5 sS3 100 98 OrWashRRN 3s60 109 101 OxfPan cv-4is78 105 100 PacG&E 5s89 104 100 PacG&E 5s91 100 96 PacG&E 4 80 77 PacGF 3 MVV 88 8:1 PacG&E 370 86 80 PacG&E Ss74 82 77 PacG&E 3s77 81 77',4 PacGfcE 3.7'i 79 74 PacG&E 2s80 74 70 Part r 2-.sSi 100 87 PanAmA cv4i8s79 99 93 Pen P.R 5s8 100 99 PenRR 4s60 i 98 92 Pen RR 4tes65 . 76 70 Pen RR 4',s81 1 76 70 Pen RR 4sS4 1 90i onii 90vi K 25 69 68-S, 6S-14 4a 25 62 61 6j i 81 SI '-S... . 1 60 60 60,. 1 . 53 53 53 - 1 63 83 63 6 52 51 51 IS 13 13 13 J)!t -l-a 21V, 2 8.11.. 8iv mu K 14 14 14 99 100 7i 1 103 lffi 103 33 115 114 114 3 83 85 85 1 38 112 109 109 - 2 20 100 FOREIGN BONDS Sales Net (1UUU Hiefi Low Last Ch?. S . 57 57 57 1 81 81 81 K 18 104 104 104 1 1 84 84 84 i 4 90 90 90..... 2 82 8-2 82 !4 im sin iu .. 96 107 108 106.. 9 B44 94V. 94 V... 15 317 316 116 1 , 6 93 'i 92 93 2 80 80 80 5 98 98 96 401 133 131 131 6 59 59 59 41 114 113 112 2V 4 96 96 96 3',-3 112 112 112 1 69 69 69 1 7 65 65 65 1 88 68 66 31 113 112 112 2 11 102 102 102 11 103 103 103 13 111 111 111 3 I 84 84 84..... 86 99 99 99 4 100 100 100 1 10 80 80 80 36 99 98 99 36 88 87 87 i 3 93 93 93 3 64 84 64 22 324 322 122 Hi 22 98 98 9S 25 99 99 99 7 99'i 98.i 98'i V 33 123 121 121 1 3 95 95 95 5 118 118 , 318 ..... 3 69 69 69 1 97 97 97 3 94 94 94 4 89 89 89 1 114 114 114 20 59 59 59 23 59 59 59 ..... Hi s Si Emergency measure to make a pair of long laces do for a pair of low shoes or sneakers; snip a piece out of the middle of each lace. Tie the cut ends together (or sew them firmly), lace as usual. There won't be that trailing extra length to cope with. 104 300 Amsterd 5s73 iuo !w Austral a'-jsci 99 9fi Austral SUsSO 102 97 Austral 5s72 102 95 Austral 5s78 94 90 Austral 3s87 99 98 , Austral 3s62 98 92 Austria 5,i.s73 107 101 Belgium 5s72 101 98 Belgium 4sh4 90 Brazil Ss4lst 91 Braz CR' 7s32st 78 Canada 2-s74 40 Chile 3s93 95 Credit Fon 5'is79 98 penmark 5s74 ' is Ki Kaivaa .i'sib 95 95 83 49 105 103 85 ' 109 102 German v 5s8fl ! 89 Germany ;isoec 30 Greek 7s64t 28 Greek 6s68f 98 Hich Auth 5s75 R9 'i Hieh Auth 5s7g 70 ItalCCon 3s77 7Ui Ital Pllt 3s77 88 Jamaica 5a.s74 9! Ja 1 101T4 101 101- 14. 7 1 03 1 02 1 02 1 7 99 . 98 98 1 99 99 99- 1 98 98 98 3 92 92 92 33 98 98 98 1 94 94 94 1 104 104 104 5 100 100 100 1 94 94 94 1 93 93 93 3 81 81 81S 8 41 41 41 -1 33 10474 304 304 3 301 101 101 1 n. M hj 93 25 10214 97 77 77 92 103 15 139 131 131 7; 105 101 KIAt cv 4x79 48 117 116 117 . 104 100 New Zeal 5'is70 4t lif-a lib iid'-i! :oali 96 Norway 5US73 in ' Japan 6s84st 2 5 5 '10 6 3 5 5 ! 102 1 02 302 90 5 32 99 94 75 75 9Ji 87 lflflVi 99 15-16 100 3-l .11 lt- 106 JIHi'4 1 1 104 103 03-l i 1 103 103 103 14 100 99 100 - 4 79 79 79 : 3 87 87 87 . , 3 84 84 84- 5 82 82 82 4 2 80 80 80 2 78 78 78 1 73 73 73 32 n P5 15 I 10 97 97H 97S 71 100 5-32 99 100 5-321-16 17 97 96 96 4 73 73 73 41 ii 72 16' 89 lift 'i 100 102 96 97 12 12 l 954 101 97 Orient D 6s63st Poland as4W.s5Xxf Rhodesia N 51is73 95 Soltaly 5s74 98 Tokio 5silst 98 Tokvo EL 6sft3st 87 l!n SoAf 5s68 87 Un SoAf 4s65 32 Warsaw 7s58xf 10 Warsaw as 4s58xf 21 100 1 103 S 102 11 99 1 97 4 32 3 77 5 101 1 95 20 96 2 90 5 92 4 32 1 31 90U 90'!1 35 35 -1 32 32 99 99 94 94 75 75.,.,, 75 75 92 92 100 1 00 103 103 102 103 93 99 ..... 97 97 32 12V. 77 77 101 101 9a 95 4 96 98- 90Va 90'i u u 91 32 vt In bankruntcv or rcelvershin or belne reoreanfied under the Bankruptcy Act, or securities assumed bv such companies, xi t:x Interest, ct Certificates, st Stamped f Dealt in flat. x Matured bonds, negotiability impaired bv maturity, nit Next rtav rtphverv. Year's hich and low i-ance does not tnciuda chances 1. a..... m latest day s trading. Local Produce Prices'OC AAA P l 4Mass. Dept. of Agriculturel WJal.tJ.UuU Vddll 7 Current Dividends Of Mutual Funds Compan" AberdeenFd AmerMutFd AxeHoiiBhFrlR AtomicDevMu 32c AtomicDevMu 5c ChemicaiFd 5c Dividenrishrs 2c DievfusFd Be qu DreyfusFd- lc GrwthlndShrs 43c GrwthlnriSiirs 8c KamFd-SerHC7 3c HamFd-SerHDA 3c Incorplncome 11c InstitGrwth fic Ke.vstnCustB-3 45c KeystnCustS-4 10c KeystnCustS-4 30e Knicket-Grwth 3c LazardFd 8c SeD Nov Jan Mar Oct Dec Mar Mav July Oct Dec 2.12 2.15 2.18 . 1T2 7 .114.6 .116.3 .1168 .117.3 .117.7 118.0 Date Stk of Div Payable Record .008 , July 25 Jun 30 bequ Aug 1 July 1 July Aug 15 July 31 1 Dec Aug 35 July 11 1 Mar July 15 Jun 22 Mav Aug 1 July ft1 July Ju'v 29 July 1R nri July 99 July 18 no" July 29 Julv 7 Mar July 29 Jun 30 July 29 Jun 30 July 15 Jun 24 Aug 1 July 1 July 15 Jun 30 July 15 Jun 30 July 15 Jun 30 juiy !u jun 30 2.125, 2,4,. 2.12 2.13 2 10 2.11 2.14s. 2.15 2 17 2.18 WOOL 112.2 112.7 314.2 114 3b 1159 115.8b 116.6 116,6b 117.3 117.0b 117.7 117.7b llflO. 117 OK veimicaiea wool soot 108 on. ... WOOL TOPS Oct .... 145.9 345 6 145 9 Pc "J1Z?. 1471 147 0b Mar . 148.8 148.7 ' 148 Bh Certificated spot wool tnns 143.5n' i r. lunn LUITON ..32 98 .32 96 32 97 . .30.31 30 91 30.91b :ii.07 ..31.47 31.44 ..31.75 31 73 .31.83 31.80 . 31.85 31.80 ..31.56 31.56 212 2 12 2.10 2 14 2.17 113.1b 115. Ib 116,5b 117,2b 117.7b 118.1b 118.5b 146.0b 147.5b 149.1b Ma" Middling spot 34.20n. 31.07b 31.45b 31.73 31 83 31 80b 31.57b 31 95b 32.02a 32.96 30.91b 31.09 31.45b 31.68b 31.76b 3t.5fi 31.56b 32.nnn 32.02b a-Asked, b-Bid, n-Nominal. Chicago Livestock MasslnvTntst NatSecSerBal 13c NatSecSerBond 35c NatSccSerDiv 5c NcwEnglandFd 9c PuritanFd 10c Y SelectedAmShs 6c ShareholdersTr 10c StatcStlnv 20c ValueLineFd 4c ValueLineFd lc July 15 Jun 20 1 j hog CHICAGO. July 12 (APt Butcher prices supped as much as 50 10c qu July 25 Jun 30!en? hundredweight today as 8000 $5.12-5.22. " Tuesday morning's market was slow and inactive. Few new arrivals, mostly holdovers. Demand good for Boston lettuce and fancy radishes. Demand slow for cucumbers and Komaine lettuce. . . . Beans Green, round, mi. Bxs. 2 au- 3.00; wax, bu. bxs. 3.00-3.50. Beets-Bunched, bu. bxs. 18's 1 00-1.25; fair Qual. .75-.90. Cabbage Bu. bxs. and crts. 18 s l.uu-i.za: erts. i.ou-i.o; fhinew. rrts 1 515-1 50: Ted. Crts. 1.50- 2 00. Carrots Bunched, bu. bxs. 18 s 1.50-1.75. Chicory Bu. bxs. 18's 1.00- 1 9S Cnm Rn hv 3.25-3.50. CUCUm- h'ers Bu. bxs. 2.25-3.00. Escarole Bu. bxs. .75-1.00. ...... Tottnno Rnatnn. 611 rixs. 18 S 1.25- 1 50; Iceberg, crts. 18's 1,00-1.25; 12's 75-1 OO: Maine. 18'S 1.25-1.75. Homaine Crts. .75-.8S. Parsley Bxs.. curly bchd. 1.50, some 1.2s, bxs. piatn i.n-1.50. bu. bxs. icurly loose 1.25-1.50. Peas Bu. bxs.. ord. 4 00-4.50. Radishes uu. dxs.. s-az. Dens. 1.50: fair qual. .75- 1.00. Scallions bxs.. 3-dT:. bens, l.uo-l.ou. apinacn Bu. bxs. Savov 1.50-1.75. Squash Yellow, bskts. 12-qt. .60-.75: bu. bxs. 1.25-1.50: bu. bxs. and ctns. N.H. 2.25; Ital. green, bskts. 12-qt. .7S-1.0U. Strawberries uris. una irayj .25-.40. Tomatoes G.H., lbs. packed in is In, cms. .iv-.b, -xua iiii. 9.R-.33. 16 2-oz. pkgs. .20 per pkg. T,.ln WViito Cnnp rill. bxs. 2.25- 2.50. watercress u.u.t -a ua. bchs. 1.50-1.75. , Grain and Flour Mtll PFlfn SnrinB hran S50: mid dlines S53: hominy $53; cottonseed meal $76; old process linseed meal 90; sovbean m'al S74: dried brewers $61; oa feed $37: dried beet pulp $76. OATS All rail 40 lbs. poultry $.99 per bu,; 38-40 white $.98. CON All rail No. 2 yellow $1 51. FLOUR Spring short patents S6.63- 71: Soring standards $6.53-6.63; c"rins b'g'i BhitTi $6.93-7.03; Soring first clears $5.1?.-fi.n: hard Winter hri natmk fl 39-6 49: hard Wmter stra:B',"i " "t-6.'M: Pacific soft Win ter-. $6 90-8.72: Eastern soft, wnet $5 37-5.57: high ra'io $7.27: fam'lv t7 nrannlar blonrt hulk $B.75-6.8n: sominnl.-- bulk $6.90-7.00; rye flour Julv 15 Juo 30 July 15 Jun 3d July 15 Jun 30 July 30 July 15 July 25 July, 6 nead went on sale acrafnet a irt. mand. Buying on shipper account was neeheihle. (Jnerlngs sradint m ved Kn 19 a 190-220 lhs. aolrt at - but the ton was paid1 off f P-to Futures Capital Gains Distribution and 1-3 weiehin T,,l on Tun -in i $1 8.23 1 8 50 hut Julv 90 .inn so! verv snaring v Thp ion9an ik July 15 Jun 30 wKhts were $17.50-18 25 and heavier Julv 29 July 11 ;k,'"d, down to $16.23. Sows were July 29 July ll;Siy . . . . . irane was slow and nrw vriOK'. Julv 12 (DJ Ma' -' ,s. Nov 2.12 off 3. Jan. 2.28 Mar " 42 off 3. Aor. 2.56 On 4 May 2.69 off 6. Sales 175 cars, Frees Alleged Extortion Chief Zannino's Wife Presents Bail in Bills Small as $3 at Charles St. Jail Twenty-five thousand dollars in cash was carried to the Charles Street Jail yesterday to bail Larry Zannino, 40, of Jamaica Plain, alleged extor tion gang leader. Zannino, Boston night club manager who recently was branded m court ,as "head of the crime syndicate in New England," was released after three officials spent 30 minutes counting the cash. The bills, in $100, $50, $20 and $5 denominations, were carried by Zannino's wife, Isabel, accompanied by Atty. Joseph Sax. Alter the grand jury re turned indictments on June 27, Dist. Atty. Garrett Byrne sty mied attempts of the five ex tortion-ring suspects by re questing that acceptance of bail be held up until he could personally investigate any firms willing to post bond. . Zannino, who Jives on ,Mo-raine St., has been in jail since then, under indictment on two F" uT I YOU ARE $10,000 to $30,000 Profit "7 $10,000 to $30,000 Profit ? i .ii .k , v.e.1j ..L5,rJ', p.rei forccn Exchange rates (Great Britain No strictly sale. The high ICI late, in rinll-irs were on mals nf a cent): choice and mfxed chotre prime offerings Foreign Exchange NEW YOIK. Ju'v 12 ( API Closing cents and deci- BOUND FOR NEW YORK Helene Crispo, 11, Quincy, and Jack Barron, 14, Abington, with parents, Mrs. John Barron and Harold Crispo, escorted aboard American Airlines plane by Charles Long of Armour & Co. on three-day trip and All-Star baseball game in New York. Youngsters won top prize in nationwide contest sponsored by Armour & Co. and prime steers sold at $28 25-28.25! Canada in NY (free 10' S22d50-28 25d l "Verage Ch'Ce a""atBr"atn (pound ) j Heifers were steady to 50 cents lowJ ier, vealers steady & bulls steady to 25 cents lower. Hcffcrs sold uo to $26 25 'Jll K"!'d choice and prime and un to $25.50 for eood to high choice. Vealers i ".r,e 'KV?? Ln.T Knod anrt choice and bulls $19.25-21 for utility and com-imercial. The sheen market nnened 50 cents ; higher on spring slaughter lambs but closed as much as $1 lower. The I mixed good arid choice to mixed rhl22"t and Prime were $20-23, ewes ; $4..iO-6. Receipts; hogs flOflO; cattle 7000; 'calves 100; sheep 1000. Prev. Tod IV Hav 57i ln natip, P074 2.8089 1 20.4050 20.41 France (franc) .. llirnI.Y.nl rieutsche mark 23.0 Italy tlira) .1619 23.9150 .1619 Canadian Stocks l net v ove If Ton ran meet ear requirements for necesi. This It an opportunity to rreate and control your level of annual nrni.; IO' pri souai etiori! AinTira tnstest grnwina ninor nalnl firm la nfferinr fxrluslve single or multiple unit retail franchises to quallflrit individuals in key eilirs with proven sales potential. We are 10 years old and well rated by accredited agencies. Over 400 owner manaerd siores In 23 states. Manv are earnint net profits twire the Inventory investment or better. $10,000 to (MM net nront liture. are not unusual for this uniaue. low rbead. cash only, one-man owner-operated business. company man, not a "one-shot" commission oneratnr, will assist In flndlnr desirable locations, train vuu or your man. ar prior to and durini store opening, maintain regular service rhedule to assure growth and prolit. Without exception, every company man you will meet has worked in a store surh as jour, will be ... he knows the business and is more Interested In your annual volume than an oprnim order. There is no franchise fee. Only 51 of required capital Is In rJJi.T i. ,nv'",nr'' 'fixtures, equipment). o hidden cost, or iMvrniinrni ior aianing or expanding Is required be. Dairy and Poultry FGGS U. S Tlpnt nf Ao-,.1. i. paid yesterdav for min, 20 pc A A eggs iHome Oil "A" 8.20 Closing prices of selected storks at Toronto yesterday: MINES AND OILS Bailev-Selbrn 5 10 Kerr Adsn Gm 1! Brit Am Oil 26 ILab Iron Mins 17 Canadian Dev 2.30' Mining Corp 10 Central Delrio 4.45; Noranda Mhts 33 1 . nniO..-i.l.. f m PaicW Mina 32 v. I Pacific Petrol 8 7o analyst of the firm, who devel Geco Mines "''j'lfwf J ' ;opcd the new evaluation formula Gunner Mmes 7, 15!Steeo Fk Mins 7 951 . .. ... :t Paine Webber Uses New Formula to Analyze 41 Stocks Forty-one leading growth stocks have been selected and analyzed by a new formula in a research bulletin issued by Paine, Webber, Jackson & Curtis, it was announced today by Albert P. Everts Jr., partner in the local office. The bulletin was written by William Kurtz, senior market counts of conspiracy and two counts of threatening injury with intent to extort money. The case broke when Bertram Jacobs of Marblehead Dorothy Dix Should Kissing Scare Her? DEAR DOROTHY: I have a phobia about kiss ing boys. I have been kissed by two different boys m my life. The first time I was 13 and liked a boy 16. The sec ond time was two months ago. A boy kissed me in the show. After a while I went steady. Then we broke up. Now the thought of kissing a boy scares me to death. Do you suppose there is something wrong with me? ALASKA. DEAR ALASXAi Your re actions are normal Most girls are scared of kissing. The time, the place and the boy make a big difference. I wouldn't worry. Keep in mind, that dating among teen-agers should not be just for kissing. When you date you learn how to get acquainted and get along with others. You won't be afraid when the right boy shows up. - DEAR DOROTHY: I am going steady with t boy in the Army. He is stationed in Germany. We plan to marry in a year but we have never seen each other, only by pictures. My father doesn't know that we plan to marry but we are both going to talk it over with him as soon as my boy friend comes home. Can you advise me what I should do? A.M. DEAR A.M.: You haven't mentioned the major problem transferring your picture romance from paper to reality. If, after really getting to know one another, you still love him and he you, the other problems will be surmountable. The old saying, "Love conquers all," itill holds. and Jerry Spector of Newton operators of a North Shore building firm, told police they had been victimized by the gang. GLOBE'S CROSS-WORD PUZZLE What's Proper HudsBavOil 9 251 Ventures delivered to first receivers in Metrop i rnwm, nun. u case lots (cents per ! doz.i; Extra large (min. 50 lb. ay.)5"""" 'nun. nu id. nex Wl.). 42-44 Large (45-50 lb.) (mm. 45 lb. net wt.) 40-42 Medium (min. 39"2 lb. net wt.) 35-37 onirtji imin. .11 ID. ncr WT 25-27 READY - TO - COOK POULTRY "rices paid delivered Metrop. Boston, trucklot and pool trucklot. ice packed Grade A nnr! TT R riraAo A ii-ani. Ih.) Broilers and fryers. 2-3 lhs. anu,- .14, mostly 33. Prices to retailers-jobbing (not delivered l: Hens. 4 lbs. and under 28-33. mostly 30-31: 4 lbs. ;iii"3-.w, mostly .u; s lbs. and up 'r.n. mostly oj. nnasiers. ins. 38-37, mostlv 37-37: 4 lbs, 35-39. mostlv 37H-39: 5 lhs. 37-44. rios,Jy,u39;..5lt lhs 39-44, mostly 40: 6 lhs. 39-46. mostlv 41. . BUTTER (New York) 13-acore. 84,-s9e: 02-score, S8H-S8c, 80- Bcure, o(--ohc. K .r....?i.. I nK3i. y ""u ,,nd M'nting accessories ? ?.T. . "J-1,0 nd mourh capital fur initial rent, utili- f' ll.' T.his J1"1"1 inventory, plus weekly delivery servlee with H I Si!.""?.". Irufk"' m't" ;torl turnover of 8 to 10 times per I I lh v"'. Mrv t arter wants you to operate on a I I sound inventory and cash position. I i a m. ii j r t art, ir.a.h .:.. -.. . . . , - .h . '.. m,rk't- w ' n f the few franchising BUY CAN FREE Our unique, ronlinuous I REE PAINT OfFrR U""u" immraiale sales, sustained profit. . . I." l0B "us"' proven by In-dependent laboratory comparison and lll-vear record of growth based on ronsumrr areen. tanc-e and repeat business. The promotion., success of this adverllaing anneal enables you to operate a law -overhrail. cash, supermarket . "Hn.iiun, no oeliv.rv. nn nlcht nr Nun. selling. We share your advr-tistna- mat. based on what von uan , .,..ni nn tie-in with purchase or percentage of sales, fls v '(t-All A HUNT, TON A ITI f RORO It! I.MONT BfVl III V BOSTON RRAI.NTRFR KROCKTON KROOKMNE AMBHIOCiE Hf l.hH PI.DH M tM.Ht.lr l.ailusive Franehlsrs Open In FAI L I1IVFR r 1 11 Mill III. FRAMING!! AM r.l.Ol t FSTFR HWIKHILL III OSON HVANNIS I.AH'rtf:NCF M.OMIN'STFR IFXIMJTON I.OW'KLL LI N.N MM.DFV MAfll. BOROUGH MFUFORU MKI.ROSK MII.KOKU N A TICK nkw BFnronn NEW'ni RVrORT NKWTON P'Allonv PLYMOUTH OUNCY HFVERE S A I.KM SOMEKVII.LE TAUNTON WAKEFIFI.O WALT H.AM WATKRTOWV WFLI.FSI.FY WfVMOITH MINTHHOP WORfflN WORttSTLB Lowest altitude in the United States is Death Valley in Cal- uornia, zuz leet Deiow sea level. INDUSTRIALS Ahitibl 38T4Maple Lf Mlg Algoma Steel 31 'Moore Corp Bell Tcleph 45'i Pembina Pip Cana Oil Co'I 20 (A. V. Rne Canada Ccm 26 IRoyalBkTan Consum Gas 40,!Shawgn W&P Domin Stores 57 ISimoson Ford of Can 125 ITradersFln Grt Lokes Pa 37'VTransCan Pip Imperial Tnb lPVTransmtn Pip Internrov Pip 525l Walkers Dist Labatts Brew 27mWestons (These quotations are furnished by Bache & Co.) Odd Lots NEW YORK. July 12 (API The New York Stork Exchange reported today these odd lot transactions for July 11: Purchases of 375.077 shares: Sales of 338,131 shares including 1646 shares sold short. Treasury Balance WASHINGTON. July 12 (AP) Cash position of the Treasury reported today showed a balance of $6,711,803,661. ACROSS 1 City in Missouri. 8 S.ir up. 15 Rich. 16 Currant and lily of the valley. 17 Realm; province. 18 Awns; Eng. pi. 19 Scorches. , 20 Seine. 21 Holla's work. 26 Hat. 29 Era. and tested it by applying it to:32 Trimmer, over 130 leading growth stocks, i 33 Fcm. name The bulletin exolains in detail 34 Flat circular ijsjthe new approach to evaluating plate. 7 erow-th stocks, and shows howioc a- La 1M ', . s a -l .u.iou a-v.cu. -'-'iinaa i nvpTmonT o i iv in 1 1 H stock affects its evaluation. i According to Kurtz, several factors influence the price of a growth stock, including the general level of prices, the company's rate of growth, the earnings per share and the general quality of the stock. Kurtz uses a market multiplier that represents the priceearnings ratio investors currently apply to a stock that has no growth at all. The growth factor, is found by compounding the current growth rate over a eve-year perioa, 24 68 ': ?6 28', 37 &a 17, 8M 35 34- Mutual Fund Quotations AberdeenFd AffiliatedFd AmBusShs AmlnvFd AmMotFd AssocFriTr Bid Asked 2.1 1 7.30 4 21 33 81 8.88 1 49 and many ether Massachusetts and New England Cities. Coll or Write MARY CARTER PAINT FACTORIES ROUTE 34 M ATA WAN, NEW JERSEY LOWELL 6-3384 AtoniDevMn 4 83 AxHmigFrlA 5.22 AxHnuiiFdn R 36 AxricnAjF.l 11 6? AxTemCan 8 76 BluRlrteMu RostnnFd BroadStlnv BullnckFd CanGenFd CanadFd CcntShsTr Chase Rns ChemicaiFd i.'ir.nerey ColonialFd CnmwA&B j ComwC Comwlne , Comwlnv ComwStFd ConcorHFd ConlnvTr D'-lawarcFd DivrsGrStk DivrsInvFd DivldnrtShrs nrev ui-d FaA-HowRal 11.11 FaAHowStk 11 69 Flectrncslnv 7.51 Eurnfund FldelityCap FldelltvFd i FiduciryMu KIT. FounMuFd 1141 17.20 1243 12 57 12.4!) 15.71 8 89 1438 11.27 31.81 10 41 1.63 1 61 8 77 946 15.47 14 15 16.87 fi.77 8.75 3 94 14 60 19 50 14 26 15 05 17 07 4 24 10.63 2.32 7.90 4.50 13 81 9 48 1 84 5 27 3,67 9.09 12 61 9 57 12 40 18.59 13.44 13.78 13.50 17.00 961 15.69 12 19 1291 11.38 9.53 10.28 18,82 15 30 18 37 NA 1071 9.59 3.32 15.87 11 88 17 71 8.2t 21 no 15 72 18 27 19 43 4.63 11,53 Fundamnlnv 9.02 GenCnnital 17.27 GenlnvTr Group Securities: Avia-EI 8 99 CaoGrth 6.47 CnmStock 12 12 t uilvAnm C-enBond Petrol RRStock Steel HamllFriHr7 HamilFdHDA 4.80 IncFoiinFd 2.55 IncFdBoston 7 42 Incornlnc 9 11 IncornJnv 8 47 InstiFounFd 10.54 InstitGrFd 10,82 InstitlncFd 6.18 IntlResrcsFd 5.16 InvC'oAm 10.15 invirHns 108 9 17 fi 82 8 65 8 88 9.ra 4 90 Kevstone Custodian: 9 83 18 77 NA !R5 7.10 13.27 10 03 7.48 9 48 9.73 10 28 5.37 NO 2.79 8 11 P 96 9.16 It. 53 5.64 11 09 12.00 B-1 B-2 B-3 B-4 K-l K-2 m S-3 S-4 24.21 21 40 15 21 9 37 8 8t 14.04 19.30 11,72 13 10 12 54 KevstFrtCnn 13.81 Knicnernr o KnickerhGr LazardFd 15.00 LooniSaCan 25 21 UxiomSBiMu 14 80 Massmvrr 13 jyiasslnvGr MassLlfeFd MissilcsJets 25 27 23.35 In 00 10 72 9 81 16,30 21 08 )2 79 14 29 13.68 14 72 NA NA 15 87 25 21 1480 04 1410 14,60 15 78 20 98 $2 88 12.29 13,43 MutlnvFrl 9.37 MSFBoston 1002 Nat-WdSec 19.89 Natllnvest 14 30 National Securities nemaian jo..to oruiv Serine SerStock SerGrth NewEngFd Norcistlnv NCEShrs OneWmSt Peoolesec PioneerFd PriceTPGr PlIlitanFrt PtnmGeoFd r-inrntTrf a Scu.iFdCnrt 1ScuStA.rik (ScuSA-rrs SelecAmShrs 8 93 nnrniorsir 11,17 SmEdsnBFd 15,82 Statestinv 35,47 TelevElFd 8 08 TexasFund 9.95 TownsUS'nt 6.49 UnitAccuFd 12.34 Uni'ItirFrl 10.71 Un'tSclenF 14.3"! Vall.incFd 6,15 Vall.incIncF 5.26 VaUJneSoSit 3.52 WallStlnv 8.20 WelngtnFct 13.71 WelngtnFrl 13 99 WhitehallFd 12.48 3 68 5,73 7,78 8.58 10 24 16.42 13.40 1? 39 37,81 8.52 33.81 7.69 1453 13.83 11.89 1880 B 42 1028 10.77 21.51 15.48 11.26 4.02 6 28 "50 14,64 13,39 19.52 926 13.95 8,31 13,79 15,07 12,85 1860 9.42 9,56 12.27 17.34 37,47 8 8 10 8 7.10 37 Mistake. 38 Intoxicant. 40 Lockjaw. 42 Mitten. 43 Bearing. 45 Biological factor. 46 Ireland. 47 Extreme fright. 49 Fruit drink. 50 Placed. 51 Bridge strategics. Everts said he has a limited j 53 Drop behind, quantity of this new bulletin in his office, available wnnout, cost NA-Ouotationi not available. . tNct asset Vlut. Soviet-Produced Red China Film At B.U. Today Two films on Communist China will keynote Boston University's six-week, Asian forum and film program today at 1:30 D.m. at the School Of no?! Public Relations and Com munications, 6 4 0 commonwealth av. The series is open to the public. , "China Under communism and "The New China" are the titles of the films, the last be ing a full-length Soviet color movie narrated in Ji.ngusn. Geonre K. C. Yeh, National ist Chinese ambassador to the United States, will discuss "Modern China and Western Thought" at the next session 0 fthe program on July 20, at the same time and place. ' On Aug. 10, Nagmul Sagib Khan, private secretary to the Pakistani ambassador, will speak on current problems in Asia. 54 Brushed, as with a broom. 58 Certain antiseptics. 62 Canadian province. 64 An absurd fancy. 65 Judging. 66 Cul-de-sac. 67 Habit devotees. DOWN 1 Turfs. 2 Fencing weapon. 3 Former Russian council of state. 4 Vigilant. 5 Abate. 6 Hostelry. 7 Consumed. 8 Constellation. 9 To store, as grain. 10 More frigid. 11 Experiment. 12 Scandina- vian county, 13 Social function. 14 Worm. 22 Gas: comb, form. 23 Postal f employees. 24 Thoroughfares: a bbr. 25 Seesaws. 26 Part of the eye. 27 About. 28 A Zoroast-rian 29 Maxims, 30 Man servant: Scot. 3 1 A convoy. 33 Haul. 35 Small bay. 37And:Lat. 39 That man. 41 Son of Seth. 44 Anger. 47 Jungle beasts 48 Relaxed. 51 Temples. 52 Hindu mystic. 53 City in Peru. 55 the Red. 55 Liquid measure. 57 Raiment: colloq. 58 Here: Fr. 59 Unit of electrical resistance. 60 Plunge. 61 So: Scot. 62 Harem room 63 Masculine nickname. SOLUTION TOMORROW YESTERDAY'S SOLUTION k JBApI iI"1ChuT51 il 1 rs T "r j n 3 &III s. III.!" l.! I -1111 j st , 8 jiiiirOiiiiia. 0 2 1 0 u sir J M l S E s lalMllLpiS t Z R 0 E To I A M 0 N D 3G A 0 aSiSEEjlSI jQiISI seetTheTlathered 7T7 ITe I ifTT"H"ETTr ailImI qInITI iol eI eIdf-isIlIy Tips A 1 aHDoar on 1 lppiner d Steamer 71360 1341 11.84 15 5 6 72 575 3.85 8 96 14 90 1525 13.47 TTTT, 4 ji 8"" 7 8 9 10 II 12 l 14 , ""T , . . , T""T . . ...... 1. hi, fa 1, 1. mm in. iiimiriii XT" "!T 21 22 23 24 25 111 '8 29 30 TT" 32 ! - I "34 Ifu i,i'J,' T" ..''i ;..'-...; 3 J0 4J T3 t4 TP 45 TeT"" ""47 4 "T 49 "" .iM'i " ': mm- -a-w ''"''lO a -a--, -waa- a - Maaa 3 I '.m i SO 51 52 ; . -(l ""I "T" tt 54 TT" 5T" rr "jV"5sT 60 ! 62 6J , - , .T . ii . - -aaaaa mm aa- K-t-i i -a- a i i a 66 ,v 67 ,i, Q. Mrs. K. writes that her husband has been trans- furred in Ilonoliilu and ihf -.- w ... ......, . . . . . . u a she and her dree children a cirl of I.1?. twn havs at 10 and 2" i are sailing out to join him in August. Her question what to wear aboard ship? How much to tip? A Th-inle f Vi elt a ... ....... v hit. . j nne resort and that s the ; k i n n n i p mnoo vmi tir i i l naciri Emphasis daytimes on shorts nr nlaif rlnfhoc .oveniniii! - - f ,J ..... . . ......i, Summer party dresses with a couple of quite dressy short fcrmals for gala and Cap-tain's nights. A stole can be one oi me very nne wools or evening sweater is very useful. Of course swim suits all around. Your daughter will need exactly the same type of wardrobe, only with much simpler party dresses. The older boy will be perfectly correct in either long pants or Bermudas, with shirt and tie. Open-throated ' sports shirts will probably be quite dressy enough for most occasions. As to tipping this is but.ii a personal mauer, ii s hard to say. First class, a dollar per person a day is a fair rule of thumb for your cabin steward then gauge your other tips by the service you require. For a woman traveling alone it is sometimes a very good idea to give part of the tip as soon fls you come aboard. It's sort of an insurance policy for good service. ELIZABETH BERN-KOPF. Q. We have been invited to dinner by the boss's wife. I don't know them but my husband says maybe we should take a present. Should we? L. A., Cambridge. A. If you have flowers from your own garden, you might take them along, but a present from a shop might be overdoing it. When you know them better you would be on safer ground. A gracious guest cells her hostess the next day to say how much she enioyed the party.- MARJORIE W. SHERMAN (Mail questions to What'. Proper, Boston Globe, Boston

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