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   Star-News (Newspaper) - April 21, 1964, Pasadena, California                               I 1V.Y. Stocks Sloric J NEW'YORK Y Slock ADOfO< lolol ..............5 woos dov 000 tj 1 OTO Year ago years l Dow-Jones Averages NEW YORK (API-Final cveroge) for Tuesday: 8 ifcfifei3' Site 219.7; Net Ch. KfUl used In cverai i Second erode ralll j Public ullllTln IHtti iO Induurlols Commodily futures index Whal Stock Market Did ynchonatd ....................Hi Total Issues ....................13S( i New 1961 nlohs ..................4j New 19M lows...................X Most Active Slocks NEW YORK closlnn nrk nnd not change of lltlecn mosl active slocks traded orrlhe NY stock Exchange Tuesday, "urtls Pul NEW YORK (DPI) Slocks irmcd _, in moderately active radiiig today. Trading in Cliryslcr.was hck ip In the last liour because ol ai nflux ol orders which [ollowci news that the company had do clarod a regular quarterly dlvi lend. Traders had expected dividend boost. Last trade prior o Hie. hall was at up 5-3. Ford and General Motors Irnied but American Motors wa down slightly, Lukons and US steel retreated around 1 each Du Pont added a fraction but Eastman Kodak and Union Car- bide retreated. Oils were a strong siwt with Penmoil, nichfiold Oil, Standai-d Oil ot California, Texaco and Sin- clair-all posting good gains. NEW YORK EXCHAKOE Curtis Pub 724, Ctir viler 224, Tex Gull SuJ Sncrry Rd 114, 1 Ford Motor Fairb vVKii Cost Airline Chi Pncu Cont Air -V SSI ntwaii lelh Sll Uow I Isi IsiLou l. lil EW Trend of Staple Prices YORK (AP) The Associate Press weighted whoicsoie price Index ISO 167.77 jrooc cqi Stock Averages Compiled be The Associated Press Nef (In wT-k AQOV Swi 1514 Bond Averaqes Bli'._ _-. 3obbfeBk Boeing 2 Jofrd Sirs 1 ookMlh l.M Borden 1.90 Boro Wcf 3 BornW Barman .SO }M Bcslon Me DostcnMc of 1.10 BranAIr Brlws Mfo BrlaasS UOa Qrllf MY .80 Brlst Rl 3.75 BklynVJG 1.32 BVIUG prS.M BrownSh 3.40 Brunswick BuckcvePL 1 lucXino KSO tucv Er .60 Judo1 Co lufFora -3Jc lullard ,35g iul locks 1.60 Juloya, Bur I Ind Jurndv Ncl Chanos Tuesdov 8A.2 To Uli Tixsdov Prey. Dov Week Ago Month ACM Co .521 Col Fnl .431 EGO .____hfA .171 Ccilum H .40 ComRL .45a CaniD SO Can Dry 1 CdnDfevi Cdn Pac 1.50 Corboru 1.80 CarevPh 1.60 Carlisle .50 Year Aeo 1944 1944 1943 11.3 102.0 SO.9 101.4 81.7 102.7 60.5 101.0 62.2 102.4 79.7 59.5 American Stock Sales 89.9 90.1 90.1 91.1 7JEW YORK Excbanae Anorox ilnal lolal today 1.700.000 Previous day lo- dole Jan 1543 J43 London Slocks JJ1.3, up 1.1 Odd Lots Purchases shores Sales Sherl tales shares Bank Clearings. Us Anneles (debits) 5D1 Francisco.............' 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Over the Counter APRIL 20, Tne bid and ask prices art obtained (ram Nolicnal Association of Securities Inc. but arc unofficial. They da not represent aclual transactions. Bid Ask 60 34 3.V.. 34V. -h B'd Ask INSURANCE STOCKS Aelno Life 189Vi 195 Am Her! Life 191. 21 AmNal Ins Co' J'A ,24 Arconaut Ini Co 14 Benel SW Life Civil Svc Emo 27 59J; Conn General 194 199W Cont Assurance 137V! 142Vi Cent Casually. H'.'t 43'A CrucSt PI5.25 CTS Carp .to 4 3U4 51Vi 21Vl V. 4 32V. :2V  3S 14U 13V. 133.4 si 64 19'.. 135. 2 3H. V. 17.. T 49''' nlBavFr .30 31 I nt Pipe of5 ntRvs CAm nt Rvs of nt Rectl. nIRcsis .40c Irl Soil 4 InHShot. ml Ulll pf 2 IntcrOS ,7W> Educators Ins 15Vi Fin Corp ot Am 18V. Flrcrr.ans Fund 1st Not LKe Phnx Itt General Re-Ins 555 235 Glens Falls 45 Grl Amcrlci....... Greal tlanover Fire lorbor Fire lorllord Fre TOJ.i Insur Ind Ins Am 34 Jcrrerson .Std 78 Mission Equillei  Hawthorne Fin 10 Lvllon Financial 25V4 Pac Sav Loan 14V4 RIverurK Fin Co 4V'4 Trans-Coast Insvt 14 Flnancl V'A Allied ProperTlei BWQ Mafnt EXDTCSS radite Inc chor Coro icuser Busch vlled Physics den Farms P lo nf It Aoro ._ ..ofo Chem lor.o Bancoro rowhd Pufllas as Hotels tomallon Ird crv Prcducls Ice Oil f. Gas ticock Electron rton Instrumt Markds Vlns Von St mis Bros Bag Lehner irylllum Carp ter Tel S Casuals inadlon Superior 1VA entrol TeteoTwn v Pron oca Cofo LA olcmon Gns WA 7s. onfinentol Device ornel Sfores 7 vnrus Mlr.ei kilo Producn >clhJ Tov'cr 2  Gai Service General Gcr> Tel Pf do PF do Pf ucrlsch GrlnneU Corp Hamilton Hi Sfxor Corp Ininl irxfuitfles Interstate Bake do PI Inters la) e En? 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