Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 22, 1963 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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AUGUST 22, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE Westinghouse AIR CONDITIONERS SPECIAL LOW PRICES — Easy Terms — Mtia. 117 6100 BTU's With Easy Installation Kit -5 Model No. OHI Slfll) HTIJS Mtrtlel No. t o | 10,000 IJTU'H iMoeli-l No, in;; M,flOO IJTU'S lleiivy Duty iMotlnl No. 18!} 18,000 HTU'.S WITH n-YlfiAR SKItVICU WAIIKANTY FREE Estimate Survey 209 OU S 249°° S 299°° ;j(l 1C. Open Krl. Till II P.M.— Wood IJIver Gradual Rise Shown CHICAGO (AP)-Mosl grata futures contracts worked slowly lid steadily higher today mid by early afternoon some had posted gains of well over a cent a bushel on the Board of Trade. September corn, one of the best performers, attracted support ol both commercial and speculative accounts on continued talk ol dwindling stocks In available commercial positions. Short covering increased after the advance hac reached a cent or so, Carlol receipts today were eslt nated at: wheat 13 cars, corn 61 oats 3, rye 1, barley 2.1, soybean; 15. CHICAGO (AP) - Wheat No red l,83«/&! No 3 yellow hard 1.99 Corn No 1 yellow 1,34to; No : yellow 1.34-34 1 /a; No 3 yellov 1,33 J /i-!4; sample grade yellov 1,29. Oats No 2 heavy white 67^ No 1 extra heavy white; 67to-68 No 2 extra heavy white (57^. N< soybean sales. t'rc\ High Low (Jlose. close Wheat Sep Dec Mar May Jul 1964 Sep Corn Sep Dec Mai- May Jul Oats 1.79'/ 3 1.78% 1.79'/g 1.79', 1,85% 1,84% 1.851,6 1.85 1 / l.SSMt 1,87% 1,88% 1.881 .1.83% l.SS'i 1.8394 1.83T 1,57% 1.56% 1.57 1.57 1.59% 1.58% .1,59 1.59 1,2494 1.23% 1,24% 1,23 1.13'& 1.12 1.13% 1.12 l.lG'/i 1.15% l.lG'/t 1,15!, 1.18% 1.1.7% 1.18% 1.17 1 •l,20Mj 1.19% 1.2(Hi 1.19 r .63% .6294 .639« . Selected Stocks Following are today's 1:30 p.m. uotations of 12 Nfcw Vork Slock Exchange Issues research has ndlcated are widely held In the .lion area, as supplied to the 'elegraph by Newhard, Cook & 'o., from Its Alton office. (The tew York Exchange closes al :30 p.m. < Alton lime), so these re not Hie closing quotations). vT&T 122%, Gen. Motors 72'/ 9 , iranltc City Steel 28%, Olin dalhlcson Chem. 43%, Owens- lllnois 80!/ 4 , Shell Oil 46%, Sin- lair Oil 47%, Socony 71 Standard Oil (tnd.) 63%, Slnnd- Savings-Loan ml Oil (NJ) 70%, iO'/4, Sears 93%. U. S. Steel Livestock Prices l, Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, AP) — (USDAi — Hogs 8,1)00 slowly to 25 higher; borrows am gilts 190-260 Ib 17.00-18.00; sow 275-625 Ib 13.00-16.1)0. Cattle 800; calves 175; ubou steady; good and choice steer 23.00-2-l.50; heifers 22.50-23.50; Utility cows 1'1.50-16.50; good and choice vealcrs 25.00-31.00. Sheep 300; generally steady; good to prime lambs 19.00-22,00. JVeti>» r*/ Stocks Steels Rise NEW YORK (API—Steels avings-and-loans advanced in tin rregiilnr slock market late this Prices on 16 Mutual funds Following is a list of 16 mutual Investment fund stock quotations provided to the Telegraph by Newlmrd, Cook Co. through its a(K ] Alton office. These stocks are selected on the basis of their sales and ownership in the area iflcrnoon. Trading was fairly Wvrden VVORDEN - Mrs. Betty Cock- rei is attending a convention for homoirmking teachers at Pere Hold in Peoria tliis week. Community Memorial Hospital in Staunton. Miss Emma Hcuhaus, Mrs. Dorothy Luer and Arthur Bridges are patients at the Staunton Community Hospital. Mrs. John Best Jr., and son, ! Donald I,oe. have returned home Dee Mar May Rye Sep Dec Mm- Muy Jul .67 .69W .69'/a .66% .68% .68'% .67 .691* .69 l /g .66U .68% .68Va 1.30 1.28 1.29% 1.28 1.3'J 1,32 1.34 1,3214 1.3614 1.35 W 1.3614 1.35'4 1.35 1.34% 1.34% 1.34% 1.30 1.29'/ 2 1.29% 1.29% Soybeans Sep Nov Jtm Mai- May Jul 2.5614 2.54 2.56% 2.5414 2.5314 2.5214 2.53% 2.58% 2.571g 2.56 2.601ft 2.59 2.6214 2.G1 2.56% 2.561/s 2.59% 2.59 2.62% 2.62'/i! Volume for the day was estl- nnlpd al 1 million shares compared with 3.81 million Wednesday. Key slocks were a mixture of gains and losses ranging mostly from fractions to a point. A rally by the savings-and-loan holding companies helped rescue the list from an early irregular i decline. Later, steels moved j head solidly. I Up about 2 points were West'oi Financial and First Charter I;'!-; nancial. Youngslown Sheet advanced! more than ."., U.S. Steel and Jones! & LiiugliJin /ilxHii a point each.! U.S. .Smelting touched a new high and held a 3-poinl gain. Xerox added D, Polaroid more than 2. Gillette more than a point. Evcrshurp slumped more than 2 in profit taking. Texas Instruments spurted more than 2. Korvelle added a fraction. Farm implements also rallied. Deere & Co. advanced nearly 2. Some of (he rails recovered from early losses. Pennsylvania Railroad, New York Central and Santa Fc showed plus signs. American Stock Exchange prices continued irregular. U.S. government and corporate bond prices were mixed to a bit lower. The quotations are yesterday's closing. tmilf!. Hid. Askfil. Affll. Fund 8.2!) 8.97 Broad SI 11.53 15.71 Bullock 13.67 M.fl!) Capil. Shrs 11.77 12.110 | Divid Shrs 3.1!) 3.8:! Fid. Cap 9.06 1I.R5 Fid. Fund 16.65 IS.OJ) Fid. Tr 15.03 1(5.34 Fund inv 10.11 11.OS Keystone K-2 .. . r>.!M ri.81 Keystone S-l .. . 4.26 >\.K> Mass. Tr 15.21") 16.71 Mass. Grlh 8.41 fl.22 Nation VV. .Sec. . 22.96 2-1.84 Nat. Inves 15.67 1U.!M Tevev. 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