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1 mr w 1 ' TTY" "YYrY r 1 t r Tr " r w 1 36-DAILY INTELLIGENCER JOURNAL, LANCASTER, PA., WEDNESDAY. NOV.lt.jm MOOSE ELIZABETHTOWN STARTS TODAY 7 AND f P.M. ROBERT WALKER in SAVAGE SEVEN MOVIE AUDIENCE GUIDE (THEATRE EPHRATA I NOW SHOWING FIATURf 7:1SA:I5P M. iA VERY FUNNY, -IMMENSELY APPEALING MOVIE. M Y fiMii FHWMMHIYK, intwil APVWOVIJ'A 1 SATURDAY MATINU ONLY THC PERILS OF PAULINE' These ratings apply M Mma ralaasad altar Nov I. 1908 THIS SEAL in adi indicate the film was submitted and approved under the Motion Picture Code ol Self-Regulation. g Suggeited for GENERAL audiences. m Suggested for MATURE audiences (parental discretion advised). 5 RESTRICTED Persons under 16 not admitted, unless accompanied by parent or adult guardian. () Persons under 18 not admitted. This age restriction may be higher in certain areas. Check theater or advertising. Printed as s public servics by this newspaper. Continued From Page 34 HunLsinger, the end, were bearing down on him. Take the ball, Ed, sang out Crowley. I'll take the player. Sleppy Jim knocked Solomon galleywest and Huntsinger scooped up the ball it was legal then before racing for a touchdown. Crow ley watched Huntsinger score and he looked over at Solomon. That distrait young man was pounding the turf with his fists and castigating himself. What a rock head you are, shouted the Stanford quarterback. You butter-fingered dope. You incompetent. . . the words grew saltier. Shut up, Solomon, interrupted Sleepy Jim, unable to resist. No one is disputing you. The Four Horsemen kidded each other and the opposition. They were remarkable on the field and off it. Its 45 years since they last represented Notre Dame and their legend still endures. Now the Fighting Irish are about to embark on a second bold venture. It will not have the imperishable qualities that the first one did. (c) N.Y. Timas New! Ssrvicp fa "Take The Money And Run Is nuttiness triumphant.1 rib cracking comedy -JUDITH CRIST LOOK MAGAZINE insanely Sunny -TIME MAGAZINE WL iT WOODYALLEHB'JANET.MARGOLIN FROM THE AMERICAN BROADCASTING COMPANY. INC. rn, nQ (TjW OlSTRlDUTCO BY CiNCRAMA RELEASING CORPORATION ULUK l"!r3Ml HELD OVER 2nd WEEK! WEEKDAYS AT 7 A t:lS P.M. SATURDAY A SUNDAY AT I, M II P.M. FOUNDATION PRESENTS THE ACTORS' COMPANY Production of A THURBER CARNIVAL By Jomes Thurber A collection of Thurberion fables with music NOVEMBER 20, 21 & 22 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20- Orchestra and Front Balcony $3.00 Rear Balcony ...2.50 Box Seats 3.50 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21 - Benefit Parent's Council Lancaster Country Day School SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22- Orchestra and Front Balcony $4.00 Rear Balcony 3.00 Box Seats 5.00 SEASON TICKETS ALSO AVAILABLE ROBERT GEORGE MOUMJfflNEDY. . COR. RT. 30 A 222 STARTS TODAY They took their stand of the Wests bloodiest frontier! (M) 'j SHOWS 7 & 9 Killebrew Meets Japans Slugger TOKYO (AP) Harmon Kill-ebrew of the Minnesota Twins, the major leagues home run and runs batted in champion, met Japan's home run king, Sadaharu Oh, on a business trip Tuesday and found him very, very strong. Killebrew slammed 49 homers and knocked in 140 runs, tops in both majors in 1969 while batting .276. Oh, the Chinese-born first baseman of the Yomiuri Giants, hit 44 homers, drove in 140 runs and batted .345 in Japans Central League. Oh recently was voted the leagues Most Valuable Player for the fourth time. The powerful Killebrew said, It would be wonderful if we could compete against each other in the World Series. You are well known by our players and fans. Roil Laver Leads Net Rankings NEW YORK (AP) Australians are 1-2-3 in the world tennis rankings, announced by World Tennis Magazine, with Rod Laver leading the parade. The rankings are based on a poll of writers and broadcaster throughout the world. Then followed: 2. Tony Roche, Australia; 3. John Newcombe, Australia; 4. Tom Okker, The Netherlands; 5. Ken Rosewall, Australia; 6. Andres Gimeno, Spain; 7. Fred Stolle, Australia; 8. Arthur Ashe, USA; 9. Roy Emerson, Australia; 10. Cliff Drys-dale, South Africa. East Tennessee Lands In Rice BATON ROUGE, La. (AI) -East Tennessee State, winner of the Ohio Valley Conference title, accepted a bid Tuesday to meet Louisiana Tech in the Grantland Rice Bowl here Dec. 13. LOCUST.STACOLUMBIA STARTS TONIGHT FIRST RUN SHOWING ms APPLB PIE now you can SEE anything you want at " Horse Racing Results Laurel Entries FIRST FOST 1:00 EST 1ST $3,200. Cl. 344 yo. 6 f. Dry Eyed 117, Jaunty Jigger 120, Royal Servant 120, x-Restless K. 112, xMiss War Dance 112 Tommy Tiger 122, xx-Apache Empress 110, Gray Pants 120, Spoiled Sport 122, Lizzie Lea 117, Full of Run 122, Z-Pat's Bambino 114, z-Attempt to Spin IIS, Mrs. Brick 117, xx-Tacoma 110, Baby Moon 117, Mr. Jubal 120, X'Sandra Lisa 112. 2ND $3,000, cl, 3 yo, 7 f. z-Bowl Bound 106, Judge Peter 117, Babu lane 117, White Spring 112, xxxTroponi 105, x-Fightin 107, Gagetown 112, Amongstum 109, x-Princeof Ky. 115, Daring Flight 114, Idle Foot 112, x-Bellus 112, Blair Afholl 112-Miss Canberra 109, Alamite 114, Midnight Show 115, Maiden's Joy 109, Starch 109. 3RD $8,250, ale, 2 yo, 6f. Spring Lake Lady 109, John E. V. 112, a-KNconnelt 112, Nashcordia 112, a-Coming Through 109, That's Why 109, Atan's Cupid 112, Move Aside 112, a Pisker-Aronson Entry 4TH $3,800, cl, 3 yo up, 1 mile. z-Still Burning 111, Coffee Please 112, x-Prophets Side 107, x-Coastal Gal 109, Difr mal 109, Split Hairs 115, x-a-Minnie Baby 107, x-a-Bundie of Twigs 109, Tri Pammy 109, High Union 111. a Audley Farm Stable Entry 5TH $4,000, cl, 3 yo up, 5 f. tf. Daylight Sun 110, Arctic Swirt 114, x-Clems Heart 107, xxx-Etcetera Etcetera 105, March King 114, xxBelvoir 105, Coyote Man 112, Conowingo Chief 113, Sam Bolero 114, Arabian Legend 114, Cool Policy 110, Robert Kope 114, Spring Morn 112, Plenty Classic 110, Say You Can 112, xRoyal Sciota 104. 6TH $5,300, cl, 3 yo up, 1 1-16 ml. tf. Joss 113, Balperion 112, Tangelo 114, Hasty Dorimar 114, Ray's Rebel 109, Peachey 117, Common Defence 114. 7TH $4,800, Cl, 2 yo, 7 f. Bouncing Bud 114, Faint Heart 112, a-Two Hip 113, John's Angel 112, z-b-Mademoiseile Ruler 108, a-Loyal Fan 112, Canadian Men 112, Streak Out 113, Inaction 117, x-Rainbow Lake 108, Captain Puff 119, Lexington Park 119, Sadye the Greatest 112, x-Flashy Gem 110, x-b-Approach the Bench 116. a Maurone-Flamingo Farm Entry b Langley Stable Entry 8TH $5,500, ale, 3 yo up, 1 M 6 mi. tf. Cool Pit 111, Papp's Best 111, Niello 111, Somekinda 122, a-Thataboy 114, Imperial Rag 116, Rolling Ridge 111, a-Jus' Behaving 111, a Lee-Geib Entry 9TH $5,500, ale, 3 yo, 7 f. Ruling Class 118, Archofroses 121, Velvet and Steel 118, Leeward 118, Tryout 118, z-Mrs. Jo Jo 115, xx-Dottle Marie 114, Miss Fall River 118, Lizzies. 118, Tacaro Brandy 118, Tea Pride 118, Diana V. 118, Hasty Hussy 114, Excited 121. i 3; x 5; xx 7; xxx 10 Lbs. AAC. Laurel Selections 1 ' Tammy Tiger, Mist War Danct, Dry Eyed. 2 Prince of Ky., Gagetown, Judge Peter. 3 Kilconnell, Nashcordia, Spring Lake Lady. 4 Still Burning, Coffee Please, Split Heirs. 5 Conowingo Chief, Arabian Legend, March King. 6 Tangelo, Peachey, Ray's Rebel. 7 Loyal Fan, Mademoiselle Ruler, Faint Heart. 8 Thataboy, Somekinda, Pappa's Best. 9 Archofroses, Ruling Class, Miss Fall River. BEST BET Thataboy. Industrial Basketball MUTUAL FUNDS NEW YORK (AP) Com St -The following quo- Ful Ad I. lions, supplied DyGrtti IrKi Hi. National Associ-Gryphn .lion of Socurlti.sCuardn D..IO.S, Inc. . ortH.milton: Hi. priest at which p Hies. tocuriti.s Glh could h.v. bMAHanovr sold (bid) or bought Harbor (SIAM) Tuesday. H.rtwll Bid Ash HAC L.y Abordn 1 ,7 J Gor Advisrt 7 5 Hedge AHili.td 7 7) ).H.rilg Atutr. 10.9) 10 1 H M.nn AH Am F .) t OjHubsmn Alpha Fd 11411.SAS Gttl Amc.p Alt A.TSlSI Inc Am Bus 3?7 3 j. Impact F Am Dvln 1013 11 05lmP AEx spl 10 54 0OOlmP G,h Am Grth 4 75 A 7lnc Am Inv 124 2, Indepnd Am Mut 44 10 3?ln) Trnld 13.54 14 00 AmN Gth 3 15 3 44 Indstry 4 53 7.14 Am Pac 7.74 1 51 InsBk Slit 7.38 1 07 Anchor Group: Im, CoA 13 87 15.16 17 00 13 44 Set SpcS 77 4 5 Sh Deed 77)17?n'Sid4 16 51 II l?l Sigma 75 75 75 25 519 Inv Sigma Tr 4 87 5 33 Jrnml B 9 71 10 61 ,n 1 42 1 54!Sw,nv Gt 9 22 to oe 15 70 17.U Gt 12 36 13 37 9 41 9 41 12 85 14 0$ 3 09 3 30 16 07 16 74 7 09 7 75 5.64 6.16 4 63 5 06 9 54 10 43 10 45 11 36 7 78 I 46 721 7.90 10 70 1.69 Fund Stock Sci Cp Babson Berg Knt Blair Fd Bondstfc Boston St Bast Fdh Boston Broad St Bullock CG Fd Canadn Capamr Capit Inv Capit Shr Cent Shr Channing Group: Inv CoA 9 6310 55,nv Guid 9 35 9 35 19 42 14 71 in Indie 17 88 12 88 194 9 jo l rives Bos 12.47 13.63 10.24 11.22 Investors Group: 1 33 1 46 IDS ndl 5 41 5 88 Mut Prog Stock Select Var Py Capit Grwth Incme Fd Inv Associa Astron 6 58 7.19 Axe Houghton: Fund A 6 67 7 25 10 14 11.0? 5 22 5 67 20 05 21.79 9 01 9 69 45 9.18 5 08 5.55 23 45 24.18 9 13 9.13 8 70 9 46 23.01 23 01 8 36 9 09 6.54 7.15 5 34 5 80 Inv Resh Ml 9 Utstel 10.10 lO.lOlvest 12 51 13.67vy 6 86 7.50 JHncock 8 09 8 Mjohnstn 11.99 13.11 J 8.45 9 23 Keystone Funds: 15 03 16 25 Cus 18 96 19 79 Cus B2 Cus 84 Cus K1 Cus K2 Cus SI Cus S2 Cus S3 Cus S4 State St Steadman Am Ind Fiduc Scien Stem Roe Bai Cap Op Stock Sup InGt SupInSt Syncr Gt TMR Ap Teachrs Technd Techvst Technof Temp Gt Towr MR Tran Cap 16 81 18 38Trv Eq 10 45 11 42 2? 13 22 13 Tudor Fd 17 52 19 15 10 41 11 41 TwnC Gt 4 71 $.15 10 77 11 77TwnC Inc 4 II 5.26 12 16 1 3 29Unit Mut 10 69 11.68 9 72 0 6?Umtd unavail W) 19 10 lOUmted Funds: I 71 9 42 Accm 7 8? I 55 50 9 19 Incom 14 77 16 14 14 54 15 9? Scien S 70 S 70UFd Can 52 50 S3 SOValue Lme Fd: Funds: Val Lin 8 1) 191 11.77 12 90 incom 7 70 8 44 Spl Sit 4 87 $.$4VnceS spl Fds: Vandrbl 21.13?1.13Vangd 15 76 15.76Var IndP 15 00 IS OOViklng 7 76 8 50WL Morg 10 37 11.36WallSt in 11 80 12 90Wash Mu 21 72 ?3.74WeHgtn 10 63 11. 07 West ind 6a8 7 30Whttehll 48 8 48 Wincp Fd 7 67 8 36Wmdsor 24 73 27.03 WinfieNt 7 2! 7 88Wisc Fd 7 95 l.64Worfh Blue Chips Strong; On Mixed Market NEW YORK (AP) Blue chips held firm, but glamor is-, .. .. sues were hard hit Tuesday as l the stock market staged an inconclusive performance. Declines posted a substantial margin over advances among individual issues traded on the New York Stock Exchange, while the averages were divided. We had two markets going blue chips, particularly the i5oo 1470 i rails, strong, and the glamors 'o m'osI! weakening. said analyst Larry American Continued From Pago 37 64 Wachtiel of the brokerage firm of 310 3 is Bache & Co. "The blue chips were hanging in there while the go-go funds were liquidating the volatile issues. Wesfec Corp White Edg e 15 80 17 2?! Wichite Ind Wiishire .52f Wood Ind 15d Wright Harg 15 08 16 51 9 53 10 30 19 15 20 71 56 9 38 4.58 5 02 7.55 8 27 12 .10 13 22 Funds: Baihn 12 08 13 20 piar Com St 101 190Xnjckb Grwltl 6 46 7.20 a"", Gt Incom 8.10 l.85,Le Spec! 2.94 3.21 Le Chase Group: Fund 19 99 21 81 9 35 1 0 21 7 98 8 71 5 64 6 16 18 60 20 29 10 48 11 44 00 8 73 5 50 6 00 4 50 4 93 7.32 8 02 12 2? 13.38 9 98 10.91 9 91 10.83 Grth Invst Lex Rsch 16 28 17.79 1204 13.16-iSerlY 0M 7.15 104.751 11.49-!je St 570 6 73 h 90 i3.oi ,L:fe lnv ,7!5 9.16 10.78 -inVO 401 457 19.69 21 52 Loomis Sayles: Canad 41.59 41.59 4.95 5.41 Caoit 12.21 12.21 1129 12.3 Mut 15.1315.13 6 80 7 43Manhtn 7 80 8.52 7.26 7.93 Mass Fd 11.29 12.34 14.28 14.28Mass Gth 13.11 14.33 10.15 11.09Mass Tr 16.0217.51 5.30 5.76 Mates 6.16 6.16 Commonwlth Fds: Mathers 12.77 12.77 Cap Fd 10.37 11.33 McDon 9.4610.37 9.83 10.74MidA Mu 6.95 7.60 9.92 10.94 Moody Cp 15.1816.59 9.31 10.17Moody's 14.18 15.50 1.49 1.61 Morton Funds Frnt Shrhd Specl Chemcl Colonial: Equy Fund Grwth Vent Col Grth Commc ComS Bd Incom Invest Stock Cwlth AB Cwlth CD Comp As Compet Comp Bd Comp Fd Comstk Concord Consol In Consu In Cont Gth Corp Ld Cnty Cap Crn WDiv 1.74 1.88 Grwth 10 301.29 16 08 17 62 Incom 4.1 4.50 8.60 9 42 Insur 8.54 9.36 8.98 9.76MIF Fd 8 64 9.34 9.79 10.64MIF Gth 5.94 6.42 5.46 5 .97 Mu OmG 5.44 5.91 15.05 15 05MU Omln 10.2011.09 12.37 12 87Mut Shrs 19.0219.02 4.93 5.39 Mut Trst 2.66 2.66 10.34 10 44NEA Mut 11.18 11.41 15.26 16 75Nat WSec 10.25 11.09 14.19 15 34 Nat Ind 11.40 11.40 7.20 7.87 Nat Invst 8.61 9.31 Cm WDal 12 04 13.16 Nat, Secur deVgh M 69.46 69.46 Decat Inc 11.51 1258 Deiawre 14 21 15.53 Delta Tr Divid Shr Downt F Drexel Dreyf Fd Dreyf Lv 8 59 9.39 3.72 4.08 6.39 7.00 17.1517.15 13.59 14.89Nat 12.70 13.92Nel Balan Bond Divid Grwth pf stk Incom Stock West Grth Ser: 10.77 11.77 5.58 6.10 4.43 4.84 9.63 10.52 6.89 7.52 5.53 6.04 8.51 9.30 7.19 7.86 10.2711.16 25.98 25.88 13.95 15.25 unavaii 16.92 18.50 15.52 15.52 8 42 9.20 6.54 8.66 14.72 16.09 9.85 10.77 Eaton&Howard: Neuwth Balan 10.95 11.97New Wld Grwth 13.68 14.95NY Vent Incom 6.30 6.89 Newton Specl 1 .60 12.68 Noreast Stock 15.19 16.60Ocngph Eberst 13.93 15.23 Omega Egret 13.86 15.07100 Fd Emrg Sc 8.21 8.97101 Fd Energy 13.64 13.640ne WmS 16.86 16.86 Entprse 8.69 9.50O'Neil 15.02 16.83 Equity 9 .92 10.840ppenh 8.10 8.85 Equt Gh 18.85 20.66 Pace Fnd 12.14 13.27 Essex 17.65 .... Pann Sq 8 31 8 31 Everst In 14.76 16. 13Pa Mut Exp lor 25.71 27.35 PWla Fairfd 11.78 12.87 Pilgrim Farm Bu 11.43 11.43Pkt Fed Grth 14.53 15.88 P'ne St Fid Cap 12.01 13.13P'on Ent Fid Fund 17.71 19.36 Pion Fnd Fid Trnd 26.67 29.15 Plan Inv Financial Prog: Price Funds: Dynm 6.99 7.55 Grwth 26.40 26.40 Indust 4.31 4.71 N Era 70.00 10.00 Incom 6.58 7.20 N Hor 29.81 29.81 Vent 8.73 9.55 Pro Fund 10.9110 91 FstF Va 11.45 12.51 Provdnt 4. SO 5 25 Fst InGth 10.40 11. 40 Puritan 10.1911.14 Fst InSIk 9.15 10.03 Putnam Funds: Fst Multi 9.98 10.14 Equit Fst Nat 7.82 8.55 Georg Fst Siera unavaH Grth Flet Cap 8.18 .... Incom Fief Fnd 6.91 .... Invest Fla Gth 7.45 8.14 Vista Fnd Gth 5.92 6.47 Voyag Foundr 8.53 9.32 Pep Tech Foursq 11.80 12.90 Revere Franklin Group: Rosenth Com St 6.88 7.54 Salem Fd 10.75 11.78 Schustr 6.49 7.1lScucder Funds: 2.20 2.41 Int Inv 16.35 16.60 8.66 9.46 Spcl 10.41 10.41 Bal 10.05 10.98 Com St 11.59 11.59Sec Div 14.35 14.35Sec Equit DNT Util Incom Freedm Fd fnMut Fund Am Gen Sec Gibraltr 35.38 35.38 15.75 15.75 11.69 11.69 11.3012.21 Group Sec: Sec Inv s!oi 875 Aero Sc 8.87 970Seiec Am 10.4911.36 0 38 27 53 15 40 At 4' At 8H 14H 2e 4H 3't 41- 84 14 2 44 'A 4 ... At 4 H 144 H 2 -1-16 BONOS Peru 3S 97 1 54 W 54' 54 Copyrighted by The Associated Press 1969 AME XSALES Approx total stock sales 3.940,000 Stock sales year ago 7,794,070 Approx total bond sales 5 2,630,000 Bond sales year ago $ 6,759,000 Dividend! Declared Tuesday's Final Dividends Declared Pa- Stk. ot Pay-Rate riod Record able OMITTED Wyomissing Corp INITIAL PNB Corp new 40 12-1 1-2 SPECIAL Wheelabrator Cp. .10 12-5 H STOCK Coleman Co lOQpc 1-2 H6 PNB Corp (x) 12-1 1-2 (x) - 2 for 1 stock split. INCREASED 11-28 12-1 12-8 12-1 12-1 12-16 12-5 11-28 12-26 11-28 12-2 13-5 12-5 12-10 12-1 12-1 11-28 12-2 12-5 12-5 12-19 12-12 12-15 12-29 12-22 12-22 1-2 1-1 IMS 1-12 12-15 12-15 12-31 12-19 1-2 12-17 12-26 12-22 12-26 M 12-15 1-15 Dow Jones Averages New Yor(AP)Final Dow-Jones averages STOCKS Open High Low Close Net 30 Ind 840.81 648.47 034.99 845.17 2.44 20 RR 195.48 198.08 194.72 197.24 2.25 15 Utl 115.38 114.54 114.33 115.22 0.51 45 Stk 280.73 283.73 279 31 282.24 1.29 Transactions in stocks used in averages Indus 794,500 Rails 307,300 Utils 147,400 44 S 1,249,400 BONDS 40 Bonds 70.360.21 10 Higher grade rails 56.030.02 10 Second grade rails 69.250.20 10 Public Utilities 77.980.07 10 Inlh rials 78.210.52 Income raSws 7 n55.96 0.29 Commodity futures Index 141.450.07 Bond Averages I New 1969 low. Stock Averages 30 Ind. Net change 1.5 Tues 435.4 Prev. Day 433.9 Week Ago 442.5 Rails Util. Stocks Month Agg Year Ago 1969 High 1969 LOW 1968 High 1968 Low ..441.8 .515.6 .513.5 ..418.4 ,531.1 .435.6 1.3 152.1 150.8 154.4 155 0 210.8 217.7 148.0 217.4 165.6 .7 139.5 140.2 143.9 139.7 160.4 159.1 130.6 160.4 35.1 NEW YORK (API Closing New York Stock Exchange index: industrial S Transportation Utility 41.36 0.17 Finance 71.27-0.05 He added that the market continued to labor under a lack of any broad stimulus from the business area. Wachtel said it was encouraging that the Dow Jones average of 30 industrials backed away from the 840-level after dipping close in early trading. Market chartists consider 840 a test area which could determine the future direction of the mar-kct. Among the Big Boards 20 most-actively traded issues, 12 declined, 7 advanced, and 1 was unchanged. Servomation, off V4 to 31, on total volume of 222,400 shares, including a block of 212,400 shares, was the most-active. MERGER CLEARED Standard Oil of Ohio spurted 9V2 to 107 after the Justice Department cleared the way for its merger with British Petroleum. BP, up lVi to I6V4 on 122,200 shares, led the American Stock Exchanges most active list. Fairchild Camera, one of the glamor issues, slumped 8 V to 84 in heavy trading. A company spokesman said he knew of no reason for the stocks activity. Polaroid dropped 1 to 135. Penn Central, which reached a new 1969 low last Thursday, advanced 3 to 32 after a $600 million-a-year freight rate increase was approved. Other gainers among the rails included Chesapeake & Ohio to 58, and Southern Pacific to 37. Trading in Gateway Industries was halted pending an announcement which turned out to be that the company was negotiating to acquire Continental Alliance Corp. of Denver. Gateway closed with a gain of 1 to 10. COLLINS FALTERS Collins Radio tumbled 9 to 45 after reporting that per share earnings in its recent quarter sagged to 18 cents from 69 cents a year earlier. Schlumberger, whose opening was delayed, dropped 1 to 99 after falling 3 Monday. Apco Oil fell 3 to 39 despite an announcement of encouraging indications of the presence of metals of the platinum group from a prospecting venture in the Good News Bay area of Alaska. The company said it had not determined whether a commercially minable deposit existed and that drilling operations had been suspended until spring. Rubber issues, aircrafts, and utilities were mostly lower. Steels, rails, and building materials were generally higher. . Prices declined in moderate trading on the American Stock Exchange, with the index off 10 cents to $27.94. Declines exceeded advances 542 to 303 among 1,069 issues traded. Volume increased to 3.94 million shares from 3.31 million Monday. Closing prices included American Technical Industry, off 2 to 19; Solitron, off 1 to 41; Milgo Electronics, up 1 to 55; Levin Townsend, up 1 to 25; and Mesa Petroleum, off 1 to 44. Corporate bonds were mixed, and governments were mostly lower. Stocks In Spotlight NEW YORK (API Sales, closing pr'lc and net change of the fifteen most active stocks traded on the NYStock Exchange. Servomat 222,400 31 A Fairch Cam 169,900 84 , B'A Penn Cent 154,800 32 3 Int Tel Tel 151,800 57 Cont Oil 129,700 28 Comput Sc I 115,900 30 Vb Roan Sel Tr 99,900 5Vb Std Oil Ohip 99,900 107 9Va Gulf Oil 96,900 32 Polaroid 94,500 135 1 Texaco 90,400 29 CNA First 84,800 24 Vk Am Tel Tel 82,200 53V Mi Std Oil NJ 78,200 64 Gt W Finan 74,600 25 What Stocks Did NEW YORK (AP) Prev. Today day Advances 534 356 Declines 791 1003 Unchanged 290 252 Total issues 1615 1611 New 1969 highs 14 11 New 1969 lows 39 33 .9 292.3 291.4 297.9 296 2! 360.3! 360.9 281.8 366.8 299.1 TIP TOP DINER )725 Columbia Ava., Lone EFF1ES WED. SPECIAL ALL YOU $4.29 CAN EAT A CHICKEN & WAFFLES (Vegetable Open 14 Hours ENGLESIDE DINER, INC. 123 S. PRINCE ST. -WEDNESDAY SPECIAL- All the Fish You Can Eat, A f 2 Vegs., Roils Butter .... AeUU PH. 392-4311 Dining Room Facilitieo For Banquets yvvwimMwvwvvuvwww ITALIAN VILLA RESTAURANT 8 BAR Cor. Jamas t Mulberry, Lancaster Wednesday Special!. ' starting ARLO GUTHRIE 0 K COLOR by Deluxe COMPLETE SHOWS AT 7 P M & 9 P M. HOTEL MIDWAY 3441 Columbia Av. WEDNESDAY SPECIAL BEEF LIVER with onions Mashed Potatoes, $1.50 & Tossed Salad A per platter Start Serving at 11 A.M. PHONE 392-9315 FOR TAKE-OUT ORDERS BUD HERR'S OLD COLONY INN 1281 Manheim Pike, Lancaster ALL THIS WEEK tha fabulous STEAM MACHINE Don't forget . . . Thurs. is LADIES NIGHT APPEARING NIGHTLY tha sensational Wilm-Del Trio DONT MISS THEMI DANCERS Afternoon and Evening Red Fez Lounge 420-3) N. Mulberry St., Pit. 3-2StS Now taking reservation, for small parties afternoons and evenings. PRESENTS THE HOi MIPI SHOW IN PERSON ONE NIGHT ONLY TOMORROW NITE AT 8 Plus Little Step Bros. Gene Sheldon Mary Ann Rose Res. Seats: $5.50 - 6.50 - 7.50, Tax Incl. Call (717) 5339101 or Your Naarest Harshay Agency i Sansones Marietta, Pa. 424-1883 Featuring American & Italian Foods Served Deity 5 P.M. to 11 P.M. SAT. NITE JOHNNY BLAUCH Wed., Thurs. & Friday Jack Bell at Tha Organ For Reservatione 424-9521 Luncheon Menu 11 a.m.2 p.m. Open Daily 11 a.m. to 1 a m. Bring Tha Family To JIMS CAFI THANKSGIVING DINNER Sdrving a Delicious Variety of Full Course & Platter Dinners (Spactal Ptottara for Children) OPEN ALL DAY THANKSGIVING JIMS CAFE Fradarkh A Shippa St. UNC ASTIR PUSHNIKS LEBANON, PA. TONIGHT ONLY THE GLENN MILLER ORCHESTRA Wed., Nov. 19th For Reservations Phono 272-9080 :: Spaghetti & Meat Balls ! ! With Salad $.25 Bring Pepe' EXCELLENT ITALIAN 4 AMERICAN CUISINE TAKE OUT FOOD AVAILABLE OPEN DAILY 10:30 A M. -2 A.M. For Reservations PHONE 397-8921 wwwwwwwvwuvwvC Wednesday Nite is t CLAM NITE AT THE PADDOCK INN MO MILLCROSS RD., EDEN ' UHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ISTEINBAECHERS HOTELS HIGH FAIRVIEW . tdWEONESDAY SPECIAL !?T-BONE STEAK ....$2.001 Tossed Sotad, French Fries -IZWMWOMMMOWOOOwZs 1 Kitchen Open )) A.M. la 11 P.M 1 Take Out Food Available j Banquet Facilities - illlllllllllllllllllPhonelM-77! Hunters Inn 1 mile loath ol Monholm Rt. 71 Every Wednesday ' T-BONE STEAK NITE Tonder, Juicy and Tasty 12 ez. Steak, $4.95 Plus 2 Veg. Tax SPAGHETTI $1.25 and Meat Balls Plus Tax Wed. 5 P.M. Midnight See You At Hunters plllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll(ll Tha -p PUB LOUNGER Appearing Nitely THE DAVE LITTLE TRIO r"The Most Popular Group To Hit This Area!" J WATCH FOR LATEST RECORDING RELEASE! Tha f intit in Dining and Intnrloinmnnt ( f? CAST MAIN STREET NCW HOLLAND PHONE 354-2331 YOU ARE INVITED to join the "IN CROWD" at lancaitert neurit anti mot t exciting niteclub Little Caesars Fruitville Pike & Keller Are. Starring Tha Sensational ROCK GROUP HIT "VIRGO" DONT MISS EM! JAM SESSION Saturday 3 to 6 p.m. One Week Only! The FABULOUS FARAII Back In The Den After -Years of Road Success. SANDY LOVE : Is Bock In Her Psychedelic Image Different Top Guest Stars trery Night , fmmmmMusie if Thetmmnmmf I DICK HAMILTON I I QUARTET j Popular Prices. NO COVER or MINIMUM HOST1 FARM Lincoln Hwy. Eatt-lanck Pert of Host tntefymet, Inc Reminder. . .Fabulous Ballroom Shows Evary Fri., Sat Nite featuring Top Guest Stars I silllllllllllllllilHIIIIIIIItlllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHH ALL-AMERICAN RED HEADS Worlds Champion Girls Basketball Team vs. The Lancaster Y.M.C.A. Big 5 (MEN) Franklin & Marshall Mayser Gym Sat., Nov. 22, 8:00 P.M. Mid-Atlantic Semi-Pro League ' Lancaster vs. Pottstown 6:30 P.M. Adults $2.00, High School $1.50, Children $1.00 Benefit Marjhelm Jaycee Rec Center Fund rii -

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