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Some Showers In Iowa DM* Fr*M U.I. WfATNl* tUttM ..MM D«s Maine* Register 4*Sj S*t., July 26, 196? THE BUSINESS TIOE CHICAGO HOG PRICES LOWER CHICAGO, FRIDAY (AP)- Livestock eceipts at orincioal Omsha East St. Louis St. Joseph Sioux City South St. P«ul Cincinnati Indianapolis For! Worth Pcorla 9,000 cattle; $8.7 Million First-Mali Loss by Milwaukee Road Leased Wire to The Register The Milwaukee Railroad which ^^ZJS 10,500 miles of lines in Iowa, had •'Consolidated net 1low 934 in the first half of 19W compafedwithi_« profit of $3,M7,oro or $,.17 a share in the same peri. REPORT DRIVES GRAINS DOWN Friday Price* Stt cents lower; soybeans, % cent higher to 1% cents lower; wheat, 1 to 1V4 cents lower; oats , 9 /4 to l'/4 cents lower; and rye 1 to 1% cents lower. Deft Mofaies Grata c«rlot Prl- CHICAGO, ILL. (AP) - Hog Skies were clear to partly cloudy over Iowa Friday. • prices were 25 to 50 cents lower Briefly overcast skies along with scattered thunderstorms , ™>' No , ({) 3 20 o to 240 were reported from the north and northwest portions of the ^^ butcllcrs so irj a t $26.25 to state. Mid-afternoon temperatures varied from 82 at Dubuquc $27 an(] up lo $27.50 for 1 to 2s. to 91 at Lamoni. Forecasts FOR.SATUROAY^JULYM,)*** "with best chance tor irnoon and tonight, Cool- .oda_y89, low tonight 65 activity Ihls^.,.:- „..„ Temperatures am. and 6 P.m. Friday, July ost temperatures occurrino --.— » m. Thursday and 6 p.m. Friday, and (PI precipitation-in Inches occurring be- Iwcen 6 p.m. Thursday and 6 p.m. Friday. IOWA (H, (L. Audubon '5 6 < (H) (P) 35 commodites price Index of " 'aVW aqo 177.25,^?^ ^ 6> High' I'.!'.'.... 178.73 166.72 S "n'we'aveVa'qe equals 100) 1M.W 160 ' 30 180.04 165.57 Burlington |* Cedar Rapids p Clinton 84 Dccorah 85 Des Moines ff Dubuque |J Iowa Cily «* Lamoni Maploton ... Mason Cilv Ottumwd JSI^C^^^b,. cloudiness today 5^a,y 63 63 60 61 65 60 62 65 65 67 66 Cattle were 50 cents to $1 1 16 'UNITED STATES day. Hiohs today .. NEBRASKA - East pWcAskA - East, central: Partly , Albany, N.Y 79 cloudy today and tonight with chance of, Albuquerque ' showers or thunderstorms. Higns today Amarlllo « «5to 90. Fair and cooler Sunday. Ashscville ... * MISSOURI — South: Partly cloudy todav AI,,1111,1 'I Ma n S d Sunday with chance of showers „ B||||ngj B , inundcrstorms late today or Sunday, ; Blrrninoham 92 M h '$ft''ffin°&5l!?«y?tt " Sunday with chance O '.^ a .''^?, .round e'rs or thunderstorms; hidh today arouna 90. IH) ID (P) MISCEL.LANE Bar, ..eler in Inches Relative Humidity Wind direction Wind velocity Birmarck "around B° 5 " n :::::: - Brov/nsville ... Buffalo BurlinBlon, VI.. Casper ... * P..."!-. Charleslon, S.C. 6? 6 a.m. 29.89 . , . steady Fallmo i; charlotte, N.C 8J 88 tchicago ,..calm SW Cincinnati ' "I '6 « .. , . 2».81 : Charleston, W.Va ........... 85 89 8:39 p.m. Oho Reservoir Levels 6 o.m. Friday River): 711.03 feet, 10 feel above sea level). A yEAR AGO High temperature in DCS Moinrs Low temperature in DCS .Moines There was no preclpitatoin. Des Moines Dululh .'.'.'.'. El Paso Fargo Fort Worth . Great Falls Helena Houston — Indianapolis Jackson, Miss. 84 1\ 88 M 78 100 82 102 3B 87 96 84 84 C Moon i Las Vegas i Little Rock j Los Angeles . .«.Mr J-TV-&. (rom fcW-" 1 Moon rises 7.10 D.m. Moon jets 2:35 a.m. R , , ?oi Jacksonville »J 70 ' Kansas City 89 Miami Beach Planets Mercury: SE, dawn; lost in solar olare New^York until end of monfh. .... Venus: E. dawn, very brioh . Mars: SE, dusk, very briqht. Jupiter: S, dusk, quite-bri^hl. Saturn: E, dawn, fairly brisht. THE DAY'S RECORD Des Moines Deaths CONRAD — Ralph, 65, Lucas, died Friday >l E. Walnut 'slTwardeadoS-arrivaTaTMercy Hospital. Des Moines Births CLEGHORN - Mr. and Mrs. Jerry, 1725 . E Twenty-second St., a son, Friday at Calgary Broadlawns Polk County Hospital GRIM — Mr. and Mrs. Robert, Waukee, a ( 5'5™_ t .--"c.ij,v, a t Broadawns Polk •. and Mrs. Dennis, 3409 hlrty-fifth St., a.daughter, Friday at i Vancouver 108 90 82 89 91 101 82 85 91 75 North Platle 88 Oklahoma City.. »•> Omaha '' Philadelphia 77 Phoenix 104 Pittsburgh 84 Portland, Maine 6° Portland, Ore 75 Raleiqh 84 Rapid City 2? Reno '•) R ichmond ;i SI. Louis ;9 St. Petersburg ja Salt Lake City 93 San Antonio < m San Diego 77 San Francisco °J Sault Sainte Marie 75 Seattle 7J Shreveport 100 Spokane 78 Tucson *4 Washington <" Wichita 87 CANADA 70 Edmonton 44 Montreal 75 Regina °° Toronto ;J Winnipeg. " 51 65 5' 62 6? 80 64 58 64 76 67 70 70 66 64 62 61 65 65 51 78 54 BO 68 59 79 63 72 75 70 79 72 65 68 73 80 75 63 64 75 61 64 65 60 82 64 55 56 71 63 56 70 68 76 67 79 64 57 54 53 78 60 76 70 /2 : lower with choice selling at $29 to $30.50 and up to $31.50 for ! prime. Spring slaughter lambs were steady at $30.50 for choice and prime. Wholesale Meat CHICAGO (AP) - Frldov: Ml«fl Low CMS* ClOOt od a year ago Curtiss E. Crippen, president, said extraordinary eipenses involved in keeping the lines op>n during an extremely severe winter and the spring floods that followed were blamed for the loss. ? For the June quarter, the railroad had • loss of $3,WS,385 compared with net income of $8,5W,MI or IS cents a share in the same period a year ago. Crippen also said that car- loading losses and sharply increased labor costs "struck at a time of economic uncertainty and with an effect which the railroad and its subsidiaries were unable to offset from current revenues." The company's stock, traded on the New York Stock Ei- i i forequarters 130-510 Ibs > Fresh " "" " Federal Reserve reported, The figure was up 0,1 per cent from the first quarter and was the highest since the second quarter of 196A. Crown Cork and Seal Co., Inc., approved a 5-for-t spilt of ts common stock. Increasing the » million shares of common to 40 million shares. Anaconda, American Bran Co. and Phelps Dodge Tube Co. joined in raising copper-content prices to 54 cents a pound—a 2 cent increase. Rising cost of raw materials, specifically copper purchased from other than domestic producers, and scrap were the reasons for the boost, the com panics said. lb sil!. e r ad b v .e? 600-800 Ibs. 500-800 l ^^cho^^^and'heifer-tore; b^comm.™... 3 °*t°50; '^,1,^%^ .44 33 Ibs. S35. LAND BANK BONDS NEW YORK (API — Closing Federal Land Bank. Bonds: .03 6 25s Sent 4'is Oct 6.30s Feb ".. 5'as Feh . 3':s Apr .. 6.20s AP.r ... 6.70s June .. 6.75s June .. 5'as July .. 65 July 8,15 w.i. Aug 4 ' •: 6.30s 'b'c't . 6.80s Feb ... 3> ;s May ... 8 15 w.i. July 4s Oct . ... 4V«s Feb .... 5.70s Feb ... 3 7 s5 Sept . . 5?as Oct — 4' 35 Feb . 4'ns Apr .. . 55 Fob .... 5 w 3 .1970 .1976 ..1969 ...1969 .. 1970 . 1970 .. 1970 .. 1970 . .1970 ..1970 1970 1970 1970 '. .1970 S 0 95.24 . 1970 ....1971 ...1971 1971 .. 1971 .1971 '.. ..\1T2 1972 1972 1974 .1975 !. .. 1976 5 W 89 99.22 99.2 98.24 98.24 9H.4 97 98.16 98.20 98.20 97 97.28 100.4 96.16 97.28 97.24 92.24 100.12 95.8 91.8 94.8 89 95.16 88.12 86.8 87.16 a u I 90.8 99.26 99.10 99 99.4 98.20 97.16 98.24 99.4 99.4 97.16 98.12 100.16 98.12 98.1! 93.24 100.28 96 92.8 95.8 90 96.1 89.1: 87 88.16 y 79.24 86.8 84.24 80.5, 87.8 85.24 (L) 45 ,54 64 53 61 52 70 60 4'BS Feb .1«B 5',BS Apr .. 1'7| ( ^,|"Snd n a'sSS'f'raellons represent 32nds n? 1 —-—— — FOREIGN EXCHANGE NEW YORK (AP) - Friday's Foreign xchanp.es in dollars and decimals of a Iowa Lutheran Hospital. HERRON - Mr. and Mrs.^Charles. 2822 I 'cb't'taqe Grove, a son, Friday at Mercy | LANcl'loTTI - Mr. and Mrs. Greg. 5813 [ Winona ave., a son, Friday at Mercy j RUDE" —' Mr. and Mrs. Quentine, 4053 Kingman blyd., a daughter, Friday at VILl r Ll V A H - P Dr': and Mrs. Ronald, 178! NW Eightieth st., a daugnter, Friday THOMAS Cy - H Mr Pl and Mrs. John, 2612 Morion ave, a son, Friday at Mercy Hospital. DES MOINES WEATHER DATA FOR FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1969 BY U.S. WEATHER BUREAU Des'Moines Airport Station HOURLY TEMPERATURES Where's the Fire? fd*3i—Tenth and Walnut streels, rescue. l'-09—1547 Lyon st., rcscuei 7-07—1420 Universily ave., false alarm. 2 ; 30—3131 Sixth ave., rescue. 2:44—1166 Twenty-second si., rival. 3:46-1955 Hubbell ave., arass. V08-811 Locust St., ballast_on liQhl. 6:02—Des Moines Municipal Airport stand-by. 1 a.m. 2 a.m. 3 a.m. 4 a.m. 5 a.m. 6 a.m. 7 a.m. 8 a.m. 9 a.m. 10 a.m. 11 a.m. 12 noon 1 p.m. 691 68 66 65 65 65 66 70 71 75 n 2 p.m 3 P.m .. 4 p.m 5 p.m .. 6 p.m 7 p.m 8 p.m. 9 p.m. 10 p.m. 11 p.m. . 12 mid. . 1 a.m. . 2 a.m. Exchanges dollar. Canada 'in NY (free) Britain (pound) 30 Day Futures 60 Day Futures 90 Day Futures Australia (dollar) Belgium (franc) Denmark (krone) • France (franc) Holland (guilder) Italy (lira) Norway (krone) Portugal (escudo) Sweden (kronal , 0 Li- Switzerland .. Fri Thur.. .9257 .9260 2.3900 2.3900 2.3888 2.3870 2.3840 2.3835 2.3755 2.3750 1.1150 1.1150 . .019925 .1330 .2012 .275) .001592 .1401 .0352 .1935 change, has a 1969 range of $58.87 down to Friday's close of $23.62, which was off $1.37 on the day. Goodrich Suit B. F. Goodrich Co. filed suit n U.S. district court in Delaware, to enjoin Northwest In- ustries, Inc., from proceeding with a tender offer to acquire Goodrich without ft?st obtaining jpproval from the Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC). In April the ICC refused a equest by Goodrich to investigate Northwest's plans to make a tender offer for all of Goodrich's outstanding stock. U.S. District Judge Edwin Steel set Aug. 6 for a showcase hearing on why the remedies sought by Goodrich should not be granted. In the suit Goodrich asked .hat Northwest be permanently enjoined from obtaining control of Goodrich and Motor Freight Jorp. Goodrich said it owns Motor Freight which is subject ,o provisions of the ICC act Goodrich contends that Northwest's attempts to acquire Goodrich are in violation of the ICC act. Northwest Industries said il has decided against forming a dealer-manager group to help n its offer for shares of Goodrich, "in light of current market conditions." Earlier it had an agreement with Bear, Stearns & Co. and Salomon Brothers & Hutzler The offer for Goodrich shares expires Aug. 11. Produce Markets Iowa Produce .01992 .1330 .2012 .2750 .00159 .1401 .0352 .1935 TEMPERATURE ACCUMULATION Highest at 4 p.m Lowest at 4 a.m Mean out on ar- Excess-Deficiency for'day .... Excess since first of montn ... Deficiency since first of year utl n. lc ,-y PREC | P1TAT | ON For Friday Total Ih.s month to date Total since Jan. 1 .. . .... Normal since Jan. 1 to date ... Excess since Jan. 1 THE DAY IN 1/.S. Hospital WASHINGTON Set tor Nigeria "^"(f'ra'nof'fee) .5321 is i West Germany E (deutschemark) .2500 '5 Lfllin America: ' J ! Argentine (peso-lrce) .0029 i Brazil (cruzeiro-free) .2465 ...88 Mexico (peso) .0801 .. 65 Venezuela (bolivar) .2229 ...77 ! Far East: ...77 1 Hong Kong dollar •JS 4 | 0 , ... 0 japan (yen) .00^784 ... 11 Near East: „„„. ...121 Israel (pound) _ .2900 ]r ^ Cocoa ,73.':-:8 NEW YORK (FRIDAY) (AP) •- Cocoa .18.38 fulurcs closed 7 poinls lower to 17 Points ..5.00 higher,- sales 2,696 contracts; Sept. 44.07C, .Dec. 42.72C, Mar. 41.92C, May 41.80.C,. July .2322 .2502 .0029 .2465 .0801 .2229 .1645 .C027B .2900 icentlve nedlum Da Id for No 1 «.uality litht-typ* hens — roek Irts or mert T»%e. mostly «c; less nan truck lot 3-fc. mostly 5-4C. Chicago Prodnce CHICAGO, FRIDAY (AP) — 10TTBR " eady; wholesale buyins prices un- led; n seor* AA «7'/4c; ft A, eJ'Ac; •»*« Cars.»0>*»^.»C e «c, ul(iii iradf" A"'"'"*"" " '"""" -Steady nd report on Iowa •» reported by uyar Mntlmtnt steady; atd producers at larms, 4 hours ended 11 a.m. K ndtr buyer auallty and • "Ive A large Jt-44c, prie; Mr (torn kcwn eentlve; TKS^ifSS.^m^tci A JF^S/StSi* .,„', mostly I0-I2e. - Pricts steady; CHICAGO, ILL. (AP) - A government report, indicating a slowdown in usage of major farm crops and suggesting a possibly higher carryover a< the end of this crop year, in fluenced strong selling of com modity futures on the Board o Trade Friday, Corn futures fell 7V4 cents a bushel before a small rally cut 90 prices medium* better 35'/«; •5t« -~A»rv8is M ?«s; il U.S. shipment. B ||«? moderate for lorSwhites; demand moderate; marKet firm; California lona whites &.»; California round reds not quoted; Texas round reds $3.50. Produce Futures Ann FRIDAY (AP) — Futures radinq ?n°'th. Chicago Mercantile Ex- 0(1 MolMi ItM moisture. CMeif6 Cash t Corn - lower; belli hloher; receipts <7 toweri basis higher; receipts .1! cars, Including 4 to yellow 41'Ac n, 8%. t TO japffi»3WK swell! tallow 4Wc. Minneapolis IS. Fit!?** today .304 eirj, il» unehinged to (AP) year ago down 3c; HINTS Sept KANSAS CITY, Fl J54 cars; Ur - L GRAIN TRADE CHICAGO, FRIDAY (AP) - Grain futures purchases: Wheat Corn Oat* Rye Soybns Tola) Open Interest in .—:—• vious session .totaled: i...--. bushel: corn 276,120,000; oat* foV&fcr iovbtin< ' change Friday: HI' LIVE Aug 3ct Dec Feb Apr June StoW^jftjg- Prev. Close Aug Ocl Dec Feb 24.60 24.10 Aua Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb MISS 22:i5 21.10 - 21.55 21.50 21.50 .54; Oct 36;De< SHELL EGGS Sales: Aufl IM^'Qct MI Dec 1 24.25 22.22 21.80 43.40 41.70 42.65 41.40 38.05 42.90. 40.90 41.90 40.65 38.00 42.50 43.00 41.00 42.00 40.65 38.05 36.50 24.75 22.25 21.80 21.75 b 1. 42.50 43.05 41.10 42.30 40.35 38.00 3«.50 Sales July 0; Aug 0; Sept 545- Oct 50; 21.85 4.67 5.64 33.40 36.45 losses by 2 cents. Wheat and soybean prices declined more than 2 cents before resistance developed. The Department of Agriculture report, issued late Thursday, outlined stocks of grains in all positions as of July 1. The trade had anticipated figures considerably below what the government reported. Longs in the major pits sought to get out of their positions but buyers were scarce. At the close, corn was 4% to Oct " S8 '" : ° Ct ,&AHO POTATOES Sy $ sfl til 36.47 36.10 Feb Mar May --.; 36.1 24 . Sales: Aug 1,515; .;i .12 ; F i6.00 4.00 34.05 35'.70 35.95 35.9 eb 945; Mar 49; Ma 35.95 35.95 Open Interest: Auo Mar 1,056; May 524. Fol Nat '/ Gypsum National Gypsum Co., which has an Iowa gypsum plant at Fort Dodge, had a 6.6 per cent decline in net income for the June quarter and a 2.4 per cent drop in first-half profits. .. _. Colon Brown, chairman, said mosllv * 53/<c ' 8,814; Feb 4,557; Butter Market rollowlna Is Friday's report on Iowa Minnesota-Wisconsin dairy bulk butter as given by the Federal-State Market News $e pr!ces steady) demand slow to fair, sup piles ample. P Gr S ade AA (93 score) .«M>-»%c. mostly 67'/4c; grade A (92 score) 46'/2-47V4C, most°y 66'."c; grade B (90 score) 65V.-66C, 41.8. S49 1 Scot. 41..98C, Dec. 41.38C. Spot Accra ic; s-nomi'nal. ' Silver WASHINGTON, D.C. WASHINGTON, D.C. (AP) - Jnited States agreed Fri- PreSJdent day to send a "pre-pa/kaged" On globe-circling trip, told hospital to Nigeria, the first newsmen at Agana, Guam, that , ma j or TJ.S. rehabilitation effort he will look to Asian allies to do more for themselves militarily in the future. He will fly to the Philippines Saturday. Senate Senate Majority Leader Mike Mansfield (Dem., Mont * said a joint session of Congress would be scheduled"in September after congressional summer recess to honor the three Apollo 11 astronauts. Senator Mansfield said "assurances of very substantial tax reform" may be needed to win one-year extension of the surtax. Confirmed appointment of Gen. John D. Ryan as Chief of Staff of the Air Force for a 4-year term. ' Confirmed appointment of Adm. Thomas H. Aloorer as Chief of Naval Operations for a 2-year term. Administration bill introduced to establish a commission on population growth. . Senator Albert Gore (Dem., Tenn.) urged Senate delay voting on Safeguard anti-ballistic missile program until President Nixon returns Aug. 3 from world trip. Agencies Secretary of Labor George P. Shultz cautioned business and labor against .big long-range wage and price hikes. Labor Department disclosed that 1.4 million workers won wage increases '<jf more than 7 per cent in major collective bargaining settlements so far this year, compared with a 6.6 per cent average in 1968. Dr. Francis L. Land resigned as chief of the Medicaid program. NEW YORK (FRIDAY) (AP) — Silver futures closed 120 to ISO points n|gner; sales 481 contracts; July 163-40C, Aua. 163.40C, Sepl. 164.80c, Dec. 169.70c, Jan. 171 50c, Mar. 174.50c, May 177.50C, July 180.50c, SeRl. 183.70c. Cheese GREEN BAY (FRIDAY) (API-There wore no sales, bids or offers at Ihe Wisconsin Cheese Exchange. EUROPEAN STEEL • in the civil-war-torn country. LUXEMBOURG i REUTERS) •Fourteen other rehabilitation _ steel production in the Eu- projects are under preparation ropean Coal and Steel Commu- for Nigeria in value of §3.5 mil- nity totaled 54 million tons dur- lion. the Agency for Interna- ing the first half of the year — tional Development announced a 12.5 per cent increase over Friday. the same period in 1968. WIREPH1TO (AP) Hail Damages N.D. Crops Five-year-old Mark Zaderaka loads hailstones which fell Friday at Max. N.D., onto his toy endloader. Hailstones of up to nearly 10 inches in circumference dented autos and destroyed crops in the west-central North Dakota area. second quarter results were adversely affected by several plant strikes,-construction trade strikes and a slowdown in residential building resulting from anti-inflation measures. 38c vs. 41c Net income in the June quarter was $5,672,000 or 38 cents a share, down from $6,071,000 or 41 cents in the same period a year ago. Profits in the first six months of 1969 were $9,378,000 or 63 cents a share compared with $9,608,000 or 64 cents a year earlier. Sales in the second quarter rose 2.1 per cent to $86,032,000 vs. $84,211,000 a year ago, and first-half volume gained 4.1 per cent at $156,861,000 compared with $150.643,000. Squeeze Ahead Brown said that "the cost- price squeeze will intensify over the next six months as a consequence of high wage settlements which have not been accompanied by an equivalent increase in productivity, unless offset by higher volume and/or rises in selling prices. National Gypsum's stock, traded on the New York^Stock Exchange, has a igBftnrange of $34.75 to Friday's close of $27.25, .where the yield on the j$M)fr dividend rate is 3.8 per cent. Moon Ad Splurge The tremendous popularity of the Apollo 11 moon shot has not been lost on the nation's advertisers. Companies have begun to flood publications with advert i s e m e n t s associating their products with the historic feat even if they had nothing to do with it. lo Friday's edition of the New York Times alone, some 35 advertisements connected various companies with the moon landing. Volkswagen, for example, in a full-page Times ad showed a picture of the ungainly looking lunar module. There was one sentence beneath the picture: "It's ugly, but it gets you ;here." The double meaning md reference to the VW "bug" ,vas not lost. J agnt . ood Alaska Alrl Alaska Intn Alien Alrl AlleoAIrl wt AllegCp wt Allen El Ea Allied Art NEW YORK, FRIDAY (AP) - Potato | Allo'ys Unltd futures: Maine .closed, unchanged to. _4c AJSCO .Inc A Potato Futures Kansas City IDAY (AP) - Wheat to 4c lower; No. 2 .20-1.28Vin; V4-J/IC lower; No. 2 while ewtV icked shorts icke '•at" futiiras'clb* WHEAT FUTURES. 36 n '.Vi er. Sept pec Mar May July Dec Dec ard 'mTddfinaVune'ha'ni'ed" unchanged $54.00. U. S. Treasury American Stocks the American ...... AMEX SALE Total stock sales Aero In . Flow Aerojet Gen Aeronca Inc Aerosol Aerovox Cp Aileen Inc Airlift Intl Air West Alax •' S 3,220',660 4,903,145 6'/§ Sales year ago Aberdn.Pet ^ 13 40 14V4- Vf 1? '? -% I'/i— Va AianW, higher; sales 182 contracts; ... Mar $2.60; Apr $2.84; May $3.33. EARNINGS $2.32; Period Ago American Cement 4 months June so; Net Income ' 1,076,000 i .12 BaHlmoeoas 4 months Jurt'30: • Net income f , OMrRev. 153,410,000 GAM month* June N: ' " t 25,284,000 * 19,602,000 The nation's factories oper ated at 84.6 per cent of their total manufacturing capacity ton. rom i/4-l V»c low 1.50 1.5 Standard bran uncna TIH 19W compared to July 22, t 1,500,503,651 .2» iillne *$ Withdrawals Flicil Y«ir ... „ S 13,33I,744,3H.43 » 12,611,523,741.37 $35»,137,413,»49.1 T » S ' ilDlb »352,755,180,235.90 ***** 10,346,911,062 58 lco Corp lactroar feet Assist eet Comp eel Resch lectronic lectrosp l tronlM, mery Ind gulty Corp qulty Pf aulty Fnd ro Indust .. 12Vj- 12 20V4— 3» 65 15Vi— 1V« 11 32*.+ -' BV4 . 30V4+ 4Vj— V» 15H- Vi 22V«- !2V<— - '/• Filmwavs Flnan Genl 22'/4— V.— Vi — Vi 25Vj- V. neumoDv PoTarad El Potter Instr Mai uo Rsr Pubco Pel urit Fash yle Natl 47 25J/3— Va 25 20>/4—l'j/4 10'/4~..'* 21 - '/• !?*•+ Vj & ust losrock Pd len Oery oldfie — Vi 28 22%— Vt _ i/j 5 + V. Applied Dev Ark LaGas Asamera Oil 2 34'/i+ m.— i 10V»- Vi 23Vj— 9V4— '/• 73/4— "4 17'/t— '/• hem row Chem ruen Ind Suit Sti Ld HdB Am irverd Ind 50'A— J3VI+ Vt 10 - V, Hiable Mfa HlltonH w $ 27,999,000 $ 21,76«,000 rner W Ind fan oloph«n Beth Corp Big Apple 6 wllng CP wmar In 14V.+ JB 20V.-1'/. 8Va— 9V«— V 8 Breeze Cp Brit Pet Brit Pet fn Brodv Seat 24V4— 9Vi+ 20 Va— 12 . 9,920,000 1.15 264,505,000 It'I 4V« tdDreda Pf 1200 tinloy Ayl — « 6 - V. 10 — 3 — V llVa ... 27V>+ ', 6*4— 37 -1 233/4— '. 9A .-_.. 1 9Vj— 3 ISVj— Northern Pacific Railway "t'tnohthi TJune nves Plv B ,am § P.? anav Int anoaa Ind areer Ac arnatlon ttnrock Ur 393 tir supmkt unalr uperscop vnalloy yntex .yttron Don Tech Opertn Tape Technicol Technitrol tolepromp olex Corp E 40'/i-2'/4 10 — Va 60V4— 1 Vi 4,320,441 29,751,838 Heloise Cruse is known as the housewife's best friend! H er wonderful ways to economize and simplify the household work routine are yours for the reading. Sterlinf Dru« Co. I menlhi JUlM t 10,198,000 129,782,000 TeMc^rterJun.^ M|i 7'/4— 45 18 — Vi 1 8'/i— V. 4 53^»— erner ornerSt wt 16V4- IVa UV'i— '/• 323/4— ''/a IS 3 ,.— i/a 20 — Va fit— 3,i NEWWOR K(AP) Government net change 8H- V. 2J3/4— 3/4 H— =>» Ind ont roc rod Ines Inc 4s 72 Feb 2'/)s 72-47 Aug .. 72-47 Sep JVjj 72-47 D«C lex Vikpa Inc tual Elect ol Merch TR Inc absh Mag a mm ind all McLan 3'/m 74 80 83-78 85 im wBit^E 1 Wmhous WllsonCo wt Wilson Bros Wilton Phar Wilson Sort WllionSP wl n and Sundays in the «M •WPK Mln NYTImes A No Con Oil: Wool NEW YORK (FRIDAY) (API - Wool futures were lower; wool tops futures were QMltt; woo] futures closed unchj am 11429-16-3-16 to ftc "lower; qcf.ilTs, July. zlUTOc. CtrtlfleaUd r. n e i- n e t •t a d d Net income A share Sales 8,553,000 .50 284,426,000 Great Northern Railway 30: Net income r,.. v 134,524,1 Imperial Corp, of America, Net tarn. » 2,100,054 » 1,829,977 Revenues . . 18,647,352.. 17,231,829 Jehnun A JthMen.4.mon; Net inc. A share MacMHIan lleedel Ltd Net inc. » 25,026,012 A share 1.20 Sales 329,880,084 Memorex 4 months June 30: Net Income $ 3,073,000 Sate*"* 35,700,000 Northwest Int. 1 months June 30: Net Income A share .15 > vo North American Philips Carp. 4 months June 30: Net Inc. A share W Net Income I 8,123,986 Quaktr «»la Oil i months Jurti 30: Nenncome $ 4,131,000 t 3 '" 2 4°S? Smith Vl'no 4 French 4 months June 3«: Net. income i 18,300.000 $20,003.1 149,618,000 135,342,' CO./ Ir wool tops futures clo.se.d Certificate) s-nomlnai. SPOT WOOl tOPS Hide Market WJllpo't Sl'lTsc,' NEW YORK (FaiPAV) (AP) - Raw oulet, no sles hide futures closed gultt;,no sales. Spot s sl59.5c; z-Wi'l.l o h t natlvo cow,hld«» H*'/4-l>c; s-nomlnal. INDIX Nfc WYORK (API—American Slo' Ic Ex yhang* Index: High Low Close Net Chg J2I.52 126.07 «6.le -S.2

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