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CITY KhrUbUG MAIL Complete New York Stock Exchange list YORK (API - Tuesday's complet York stock Exchange prices: .-. .nd 2.40 gJSfiHe $%!»'•*# -Address 1.40 Admiral AetnaL|f 1.40 AetnaLIf _pf 2 Aeulrr* Co Air.Prod-.20b AlrRed 1il5g AJ Industries AlbertoC .42 Sates NC (Ms.) High Low Close Cn« A 43 29% 28% 1. ., 42 71 70 70% 16 50% 49% SOVa 9 22 22 22 10 42V4 42 42 — V 29 15% 15% U% ... 97 18% 16% 16 + Vt 58 74% 74V* 74% — 4i 129 18to 17 18 352 39Vi 38% 39 2 3tl% 36% 38% + VI 28 19% 18% I?'.* 4- 3 54 37% 37V4 37V4 —.« 168 19% 18% 19'/4 + % " 1/4 .?.. -?'-»4-V ;!,* 18 17% 1. 55 54 55 + T/ 36% 36% 36% + '/ 41Vti 41 V4 — 45% 45% 45V4 — V 227« 22V-8 22% — V 30'/4 29% 29% — V ""34 34 ... ft. i' /4 + 62 28to 27% 28to + 6 20% 20% 20% ... 20% ... 73% — Arhriess .07g AfneH, pf3.50 AAtrFllfr .w AmAlriln .80 A Baker ,75p AmBk Note 1 Am Brands 2 AmBdcst 1.60 Am can 2.20 ACan pf 1.75 JVg!!ii? 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GATrn ptt, Gen Bane , GCable 1.1 Gen cig i.»- -nDev*T .7df cnwnsni l •on Elec 2.60 _ n Flrpf .3«r Gen Fd» 2.40 82%-1 DOW-JONES INDUSTRIAL AVERAGE Hil 9lOi «90•880- Total volume: 12.34 million shares Dow-Jones closing averages Stocks High Low Close Change 30 Industrials 859.82 841.67 853.48 —1.06 20 Railroads 201.2,8 199.19 200.65 + 0.24 15 Utilities 119.(}0 117.36 118.23 — 0.64 65 Stocks 2)58.29 283.27 286.36 - 0.32 Standard and Poor's 500 index Stocks High Low dose Change 425 Industrials 107.46 105.26 106.80 + .08 20 Railroads 55 Utilities 500 Stocks 42.11 41.62 41.98 - .01 61.45 60.23 60.89 — .07 97.82 95.84 97.21 + .06 New York Stock Exchange index Close Change 54.46 + 0.05 Stocks in the spotlight NEW YORK (AP)-Sales, Natomas 109,600 63% +3% closing price and, net change xerox Cp 98,400 105% + % of the 15 most active stocks Orriri Ppt «,„ ^ „.,, ^i.r,^ nr i «« *»,,* MV ct—i. t?~ UCCIQ rei ao,ouu MV6 — City Inv traded on the NY Stock Ex chan S e - Spe-rryR Mead Corp 234,900 22 — V4 ' Benguet Gt. W.Fin 201,500 26V 4 - % Elect Mus Bunk Ram 183,700 15% + % ~ 95,200 34% 95,100 44% -% 86,400 15V 4 - % 79,300 6% — % 77,400 32% Cont Da 173,200 119% + %" Std Oil NJ 77400 67% + % St Oil Cal 155,800 59 +1% Hitco 75,900 27V 8 lat Can .80 ICanpf 1.50 latcash 1.20 lat Chem .50 latCltyl, .90 lat Distil .90 IDISt Pf4.25 lat Fuel 1.68 lat Genl .20 atGyps 1.05 I Gyps Pf450 atlnri .46f atlnd pf.60 aftead ,85h latPresto .90 atsvcln .60 lat Stand .75 at Steel 2.50 lat Tea .80 atUnEI. .90 latomas .25 eptune .74 ev Pow 1.08 IKSBTii. EnBTT 2.34 ewmnt l.w ewmt pf4.50 *JY Hon .75d YStEG^2.08 Ges Host Gen Inst .54f Gen Mills .88 GMillS pfl.75 GenMot 3.40a G MOt Spf 5 G Mot Pf3.75 Genpcem .80 GPubUt 1.60 Gen Refract Gen Slg 1.20 Gen Sis pf 4 GenStllnd .80 GTelEI 1.52 GTelEI pf2.50. GTelF pfl.2S GT6I pfBl.M GenTlme .80 Gen Tire Ib G Tire pf 5 Genesco 1.60 Genstar Ltd ; Ga Pac .80b GaPac pfl.64 GaPac •• Pfl,40 Gerber T.ld GettyOil ,38g Getty pfl.20 Gjant u PC,.80 G bralt Fin S'-^Ve**! 40° sIBr 1 -,-.. 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Textron .90 Txtrn pf2.08 TiomBet' 1.04 Tiom Ind " ThrlftvDr Tmeln !.'.,_ TmesMIr .50 Tmk RB 1.80 TishRlty .34 Tobln Pkg l ToddShp 1. TofedEd 1. lootRoll Trane Co „ TransUn 1.1 r ,50 Campbell The state's business :' ^^B^OMMNrMMMMMVMMHMB^Blp^MWMMMMailHi^riMtfMaiMMMM^MtaWMM » Slice of this actiong takes sharp moves ByDOtfG.CAMPBEtL 1 Business and Financial Editor ; The lady pants, discreetly, to the soft moonlight and then' reaches out to nm her hand Ughtly down the classic lines of her lover's jaw -* Inflicting, In the process, a cross-hatch pattern of cutaneous incisions on her fingertips, the Scars" from which she carries to this day. In this period of hirsute faddi&m, ot^ course, the full-fledged beard has lon$ ceased to be much more of a novelty than the clean-shaven look, but it is the stubble period of the beard's develop-, ment that remains the Never-ttever Land of romance, and the target of the billion dollar shaving preparations industry. One of mankind's oldest, continuing;: battles against a relentless nature, the' scratching off of facial hair is still, essen-; tially, what it was in prehistoric times, ;> when clam shells were all the rage — a., gouging away at the surface of the skin" with a sharp edge. Even then, an itch;;., was an itch. , '; Prom time to time, virtually everything short of fingernail ', parings have been used for the tiresome job — from sharks*; teeth and sharpened flints during the caveman era, to solid * gold and silver razors used by tile rulers of ancient Egypt." Few people, in fact, have had quite the hate against hair* that the Egyptians did, who not only shaved their faces, but; their heads as well, and whose priests had their entire bodies 1 shaved every third day. - • (For an exercise in mental horror, imagine for a moment: the sensation of taking a running dive Into a vat of after-; shave lotion after having been scraped from head to toe witjvi a dull silver razor.) ^ MODERN SHAVING, if anything as barbarically futile a?-' scratching hair off your face can be called "modern," had ; its start in the 18th century when Sheffield, England, became;; the heart of the world's cutlery industry and set the standard•"•' for the steel, hollow-ground, "straight" razor, a lethal weapon^ that was to dominate the market for almost 200 years. ^;: "Safety" razors, designed to keep the man with a bad case!* of the shakes from decapitating himself, got a timid intro*;" duction in 1828 with the development of a straight razor witi*; a guard fused to one edge of the blade and then, in 1880, with% the introduction in the United States of a hoe-shaped blade;"* with a protective guard. Neither caught on. ;;» Nothing, in fact, caught on until early in the 20th century,;! when King C. Gillette patented and began manufacturing .at* safety razor that used double-edged, replaceable blades;; y Few products have ever so completely dominated a market. * as Gillette did with its basically simple razor and its seeing'; ingly endless outpouring of bluish carbon steel blades. For-» almost 60 years, if it ever occurred to anyone that there^| might be a way to make a blade that would last for more.; •> than two shaves without peeling the skin off the face, he 1 ,;} was quickly shushed into silence. r ; >A CERTAINLY no one in the Gillette organization, fat and \ happy with its strange-hold on the carbon steel blade market^ was going to rock the boat. 7» .All of which makes what began happening in the early ? '60s — and which has just taken a still newer, competitive-" twist — a. liberal lesson in the dangers of .becoming too fat. o and happy in the jungle of big business. ., -.;••* It was In the early '60s that the English-owned Wilkinson^ Sword Co. hit the United States with its stainless steel blade'^ ^ good for up to 20 shaves — and, virtually by word-of-moutl* ? advertising, it became difficult for stores to keep the blades^ in stock. Even as Schick Safety Razor Co.'jumped into thef:if field, Gillette still tried to ignore the stainless steel trend; ^ But the pressure became unbearable and, belatedly, Gilt-!;; ette jumped on the bandwagon with its Super Stainless blade;;!? which quickly became the best-selling stainless blade. The : ^ procrastination had been costly,-however, and even though.^ it was back in the No. 1 spot in stainless sales, Gillette's^ share of the U.S. blade market had shrunk from 75 to .55 * percent. - ; •; IN THE LAST few weeks, of course, another significant.* switch in the blade business has taken place and, while Gil^3 lette isn't dragging its heels in getting into this latest race; 1 ;;* the whole razor blade track is getting uncommonly fast. , v '-> Both Schick and Wilkinson are already on the market;;; with a chromium-edged blade which is billed as having a lif$™ expectancy 35 per cent longer than a stainless steel blade^ and Gillette — just a bit tardy, this time — has just cohiB;- out with its Platinum-Plus blade. 'The latest Gillette entry: is billed as a blade on whose edge there has.been fused air alloy of platinum and chromium, making it, the company claims, stronger "thanthe finest tool steel." ::,; For an innocent little product that didn't change in the'! slightest for 60 quiet years, the razor blade has suddenly: become the hottest and most competitive gimmick outsider the laundry detergent industry. ' ' • »pii" v^;« *™ Va - -.. „ 57% 57% — % 43 28% 27to 28% + *b T 4 31% 31% 31% — % J»- 24% 24i/a 24'/4 — V4 59 66% 44% 66% —1 101 26% 25 26 + % ,14 9v» 8% 9 ••„.;: 117 65% 43 451A +2 ». ,_. 25% 25% -JJ ??!/« 92% 69 91 31% 30% 10 3V 374 300 124: - 7 W 30% — 1/4 w ,OSS"V34 13 66% ns Bro 57 34% nn^^l T? jS% WsPSvc' l.'lO Ww^ h k wometco .42 Woods Cp .48 woofwth 1.20 Woo w pf2.20 Word Alrwy Wrlgfey 3a ' Wurlltzer .80 NEW YORK (AP) -N Y Stock sale* pprox final total ..' •!?'?4M I ±ifih% 0a "::;;;;;:; T ?? Year ago two years ago Jan j to date 1948 jo date 967 to. Sat* & JbtStr .20b hdi") Hl9h Low Last X Y Z : " r**A M 9 a i Sf* 1 !S» 1 Smir2 ipyrlgmtd py The Associated Press 19ft - S P« 2,129,579,744 Over the counter >.;t ,y Quotations from. lh« NA5D are ri sentatlveWer-dealer.prices as of approximately .,10:30. a.m. Inter^eafer marKets change throughout, the day. Prices do'not fnclude retail markVP, marKdpwn or commission.,.,.... Date: Nov.4,,«4? icl mission. Aerl*"™ Aero-Tech, Inc.. IfiVV" MM American Pipe 4 Const. .50 23 2»j Anheuser.Busch, Inc. ,M 70i/4 flF iDaft«* *m •rv's Food Stores, nc. .29 Sreater Arlwnu seylng» lyrncane Car wash . " Stfona Producers Uf» atlonal Securities Inc. ewberv Energy Corp. rraveUdfle Corp, ,2J RfemofArizon,.^ WS£®K*WT~ K ™tn Financial Corp. .02

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