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   Waterloo Daily Courier (Newspaper) - June 2, 1966, Waterloo, Iowa                             Pose THURSDAY, JIJNE J, 1964. British Author Peter George Is Found Dead ST. LEONARDS. England (AP) Author Pelcr lo 41, whose book was filmed as '200 to "DT. Strangelove or How Learned to Stop Worrying and WATERLOO MARKETS WATERLOO DAILY COURIER, WATERLOO, IOWA Ibs. Ibs Ibs. Ibs. Ibs. Ibs. Ibs IDS! Ibs. Ibs. Ibs. 105 Ibs. slumped in a chair in his Ibs! Ids. Ibs. Ibs. Ibs Ibs Love the Bomb." was found1 dead Wednesday night. Police said he died of a head wound and a discharged single- 320 to barrelled shot gun was betweenJ3.? his knees. His wife found him to J270 A friend said the author not been in good health recently SM and had been depressed. Wii- liam Holden. a director of M Heincmann, George's British Tolo, publishers, said: "He had been suffering fromj ulcers for some time and had) been working on another Sste" George was once a intelligence agent in the Far East. Jur.t I. fne hog niorkct is slrjody. Below ore trie rancje gl prices paid for 32.M 23.50 24.00'., 34.50 2J.OOr.i24.SO I3.75'.i ?4.2i 23.25r.i23.75 2J.35H23.75 20.75'.i21.75 I9.25r.rl9.75 19.75 19.00.J 19.50 200 220 230 240 250 260 270 260 290 300 320 330 340 350 tUntcrloo Oailjj Courier New York Stocks to to to lo lo to 300 330 360 400 450 500 550 19.50 ......J19.5C'.; 20.00 19 25'.i 19.75 ly.OO'.i 19.50 1S.5C'" 19.00 'rcv' Sfock Averages Compiled by The Associated Press 30 IS is to Ind. Roils Util. Stocks Tburs. Day Ago 448.3 18.00' 17.50V I7.W-C Year Ago 19M Hiph Low 1965 Hiah 1965 Low rcceinls Today Week ogo Ycar oqo moi-kcfs: 18.50 18.00 1? 53 30 InrJust Roils 474.1 4E0.6 460.5 457. 523.3 451.4 NOON .9 173.ii 172.7 176.6 186.3 152 4 169 1 149.3 AVL 20 ls 149.3 I4S.7 150 4 153.0 166.3 '70S 1S8.7 178.3 S SS4.63 i -f .7 320.2 319.S 332.1 314.3 3697 313 7 35S.5 305.0, CnNGas 2 70 ConsPcnv 1.90 Ccntainr 1 ?0 Conf Air .80 Cont Con 2.40 Cont Ins 260 Conl Mot .JO ContOil 2.40a Control Doto Corn Pd I 60 CorngG'.Vk 2a CoxBcJcas 49 CrowCol I 3SI frown Cork Crown Zcll 7 Soles (hds.) High Low 12 60'. 60'. 50 49' 30'. 64'.- 6S's 70 16V 66'; 17 1 51 V> 1 13 36? 3r- 14 13 2VO 30' 4 tVi 65' 69' t 16's 7 168 1 14 55.6M Stocks 50 Net Fgn. L. Yd Iowa Welfare Payments Up in Heifers: Sleady. Prime heifers Choice heifers Good heifers Siandord heifers Utility hellers Cows: (Gabby ond fol I Utility cows Arjo Month Aqo Year "M M ,8.09 es.6 68.6 8S.9 DovcoCp 50b Doy PL 1.24 Deere I 60a Delta Air I Common to medium. Culls................ 150-180 150-200 UO-2CO 140-200 90-200 534.OOfl35.UOi .CO i SB.COfli 27.63 24.00' DES MOINES payments to lowans in May to-isuiis taled an increase of S55.819 over April, the Iowa cial Welfare Department s a i Thursday. to gooi However, the total for I960 was below the compar- able part of I960. Most of the total, or was in the Old Age program, with payments aver-jeood aging for the month. Other programs, their total! and average payments Medical Aid to the Aged, 057 and Aid to ent Children, -S173.35; Aid tO the Blind, brreri h'cris over 6 232 and S101.56, and Aid to the Disabled, and 135.63 0 39'CuclahV Co yearlings: Bond Averages Cm o 10 Ind. uiil. 76.5 95.3 83 j 925 I6.S 95.3 834 926 76.9 95.7 83.4 92 S 96.1 S3 6 93 I 101 0 68.0 92 7 '95 101.4 86.1 93 95.1 83 3 9] 6 83.7 1M.5 ,50 79.3 99.5 664 91.4 snorpiy discount-1OOW-JONES NOON AVERAGES 40 Bonds............... 23 -j (jrode roils......... qrcdc roils 10 Public utilities 3P. 40'. 58 11 U 7' 46 268 10 SB il IS'.t 15 21 9'j 20' Lost Chg. 60'. SO -i- 30'. (S3': 65'. 16'n r  Trade 43': 33', 3.T: 7'> 763. 31's 51'i 57'a 21 Jl-'s 61 22'3 J? 533. S3'4 223. 26' 7 30'. 7S3, 37 43'5 2P, 24i, 33'', 29'. 68'a 43'; 72'; to 415, 343. 6fl'', 343, 29'. 46' early afternoon, some nioderotely. iro.-n Soybeons moved up about fv.'o cenls on old crop months. Estimated carlol rcceiols were: oofs arid ry.? none, corn 94, and borW and soybeans 4. Wheat closed to l'3c a bushel lo.ver July corn .c lower to higher, juiy oots unchamrd 2 hord sl-': o .c July rye 3ic to l'-c VdlO'.v 51.30: Mo 2 S) 3? lower, July soybeans un- No- 3 vcilow 51 29. Oats No cnonged lo 2'sc higher. July S3 hcn'-' 3.1853. lOW Boa Cash CHICAC-0 of uotations V.hcat t-in. tin. 2 red S1.71-R. Corn Soybeans No I Livestock Futures i', j, 31'. i, 42 573, i.': i i, 31-. 22's 49 i tO', 53', f. 9 i 24', 36'i i- 30'3 37' s i IV-1 24--, 33J, 30 6? 72'o 60'. 473, 42'. 60'i 35', 30'-j 46': Chicago Mercantile Soles Live beci cattle ........109 Oct......... Dec........ 'April Live hoas: July 'Sept......... 'Oct......... Nov......... Dec......... Feb........ -ulurcs troijing on the Exchange Thursday Prey. Clote Close S25.97 2i.20 26.45 27.50 27.70 536.02 26.12 36.55 27.20 2730 S23.45 20.CO 19.50n 19.67o FREE BOOKLET Slocks on the Big Write, Call or Viirr QUAIL CO.. INC. i23 Syccmare Dial 234.4-175 Principal SfccX Exciiuncj-is When in doubt invesr in FEDERAL DISCOUNT CORPORATION 5% Six-Month Notes Safe and convenient Capital and Surplus principal ond Our these nctci. clients [ike V.v bel.eve them ol_-o. i GRAIN AND PROVISIONS 23': 16'. 21', 4- 27' T U j Tempo Et .52 g Investment Funds ,T "E" YORK Inv 4 7s TT T 5 PAUL. Minn. Thuri- follO'.vinri quo Conv o Heeren. LOUIS Juhl, Robert aal: CATTLE colves 900; steers lotions, supplied by1' W4 Hillporac: tiTirl M i hol'jr5 steady; the Notional Associ- ninegas and Vern Van Radon. wo. io 1.250 ID. steers otion Ot Donovan Ruffridge, with Bob 26-CO; choice 650 to 1.050 Ib. and helped to ner and lunches. Mr. Wirfh died of a tack on Feb. 2. British Deal To Build U.S. in Peril serve the din- ani primc w.fo 1.000; moderolcly Corp Ld SecuritiesfCrovvn VJ heifers Dealers. Inc., orolDecat Inc the prices ot which'Dcta Fd Diver Gr Diver Irtv Oivid Shr Do-.vTh Dreyfus 12.44 13.81 17.56 19.22 6 59 7.20 Select 9.92 10.671 Pioneer Inv Resn 17.33 18.94; Providnt Istel Fd 19.30 19.901 Puritan TextTrn TcxGSul TcxP Ld Textron Thiokol '1.27 12.32! 19 21 19 Tirri RB 1 05 20 22', IS 13 33' a 63 94 131 1151, 3 17': ?7 22 K'est Fd 14.5215.87 ot at- NO. i ombs s26.00'ri27.CO: choice ond i to 105 ib. shorn old crop lombs Am nd 2 pelts S23.KK; 24.00. Am Ships [ESTIMATED LIVESTOCK 'RECEIPTS AT CHICAGO 1 CHICAGO tAPl-OKicial in .stock rc-ccipts for Thursday CATTLE: SCO. HOGS: J.OOO SHEEP: active; Advise Fd Allil Fd Am Bus Grth Inv Am Mui Am Poc Fd B 48 9.31 8179 9.50 12.12 13.25] Johnstn 18.451E45 15 27 Funds: 13.2514.52[ Cus 81 23.252427 Cus B2 23 8326 05 Bol Slk 4.C4 Gr Eatn Eatn 7.17 7.79 32.4.! 32.43 10.09 11.03 7.00 7.00 Encroy Equity Frm B M Fed Grth Axe H Fund 1.67 I Cap Fid Trnd 9.61 10.5 3.6.1 3.11 In 7.36 7.96 12.C6 13.10 16.01 17 39 24.25 25.7.1 13.99 13.99 10.43 10 Si; 10.53 lO'.sV 14.19 15 51 15.57 16.V2 Putnam Fd; 5.04 Slsi 10.89 11.77 Gcora Invest Oily Dist Rep Tech 15.90 17.38 9.37 10.24 12.1713.30 7.54 g.34 7.90 8.63 4.59 5.02 Rcsch Inv 14.92 16.jl Revere 14 91 16 30 Cus B3 17.55 19.15 Cus B4. 10.69 Cus Kl 9.54 10.41 Cus K2 4.83 7.4S Cus SI 23.7325.89JScuddcr Funds- Cus S2 13.05 U.341 Bal 1912'l912 Cus S3 21.0432.96 Com St Cus 54 6.61 7.221 Inll Inv 14' In! Fd 16.33 17.66' Knickerb 7 40 811 A 7.C6 7.67 Fslln Grth 8 71 F-l F. 5.6J f 1? KILLED IN CAVE-IN LONDON (API The deal' CLARION (AP) A Wright for Britain to build ships for the County road worker was killed U.S. Navy to oflset the cost of Wednesday hen ho was buying American Fill swing- crushed in a ditc'n cave-in. The wing bombers has run into trou- victim was Ed Ravi, fi2. of hie. a Defense Ministry spokes- Clarion, man said Thursday. :_____________________ Fund B 10.24 II Stock Sci Elec 17.3418.85 Fsiln Stk 108811'97 i Blue Rid 12.78 13.97 Fla Gth 634 6'92 1 6.22 6.80 Fnd II ck Gth 9.79 arts 16.6216.87 Fid 9.77 Bondslk Brocrt SI 15.25 16.49 'Bullock Con G......------ 1 18.04 19..14 Inc 8 5? Capit Shr 6'99 7.M Cent Stir 11.01 12.03 Sec Equilll.58 12.66 Sclec Am 12.04 1.1 03 Shrhold 11.63 12.71 Sw Invest 9.31 10.06] USCyp; TronsWAir 1 Transnm .VOO Tronsilron Tri Cont .20- Twcnt Ccn ib U-V.C Inrl Un Carbide J Uri Elec 1 17 UriCWCot I.JO Un Puc 1 go Un Tor.k j UnitAirLin 1 UnitAlrc UnitCorp Un Fruit UGosCo Un US 1.60 1.70 1.20 Life Inv Lite Slk Loom Can 29.22 29.22'Strti Fnrt 14 94 16.37 ____, 9.35 10.32] Franklin Cusldn: Com Stk 7.34 8.07 Incom 3.21 3 53 pl tk 2 7? 299 '-11 9-951 Bal Moss Gtn 11.03 12.05 siock B.09 8.34IW.QSS Tr 1644179; 13.30 M.54. Moss Life ll'.Si 12.961 Stcrl Inv 10.49 Inv 16.14 17.67JUS Ind 6.84 7.50; Stole Sf 46.50 US Lines 2b Sh 20.40 32'.29JUS Rub ioe Funds; lUSSmc-ll 5oE 31.14 Steel 2 13.68 13.66: Wh-lon Chcnning Funds: Bolnn 13.44 Com Stk 7.11 Morton Growth Incom Insuran 21 .10 58 e 304 li 16 18 7 4 31 7 10 6 t KO 332 2 14 it 1 5 50 51 1 t, 15 44'-. 17 i3' j Jl: 4 87', 32'. IS 32-'-, 30'. 24'. 53 39 65'i tr, e-K 33'. i 57', 29 50', 14', 59 n 391. 59 44' 16', 40's Bin .11', 14', 30' 163. 53 33', f5', 8P, SH 57 4 56': K'.4 23-. 14', 35 49 39 58 Jl 1' 75 27-, 22'> 72 22', 7' 44'.; r i July j Aurj. Sept. .....I Nov t .''fjorl- CHICAGO High '.Vhcot; July si.70 Scpf Dec. War. iV.ay Corn: July Sept Dec. Vor. Cots: Juiy Sept. Dec.' Rye: July Sept Dec .V.ar Soybcons Receipls Thursday Pre. 1.76 1.31 l.W> r 27'j 1.29', 1 3T, M't, .72', 1.24', I 23: J.J2'.- 1.35': i 3.17 2.99 2.85' n 2.3973 2.93 2.95': Low SI.S3' 1.70'a 1.7r> 1.76', 1.26', 1.25' s 1.241, 1.23'j 1.30'j 7l'i .72'. 1 23 1.27 1.31- 3.1S .1.13'. 2.P-' 2.83' 2.83 2.91' 294 Close SI.6" 1.71', 1.27 1.2I-, I ?B' 1.31 .61' .72', 1.33', 1.27 1.3.1', 3 13-i 3.16-. 2.97' 3.85-a J.SJ'i 2.95 Inquiry Invited Phone 234-2669 740-741 Black Wotcrlor, BIdg. INSIST ON THE GIRL WITH THE 100% GUARANTEE FOR VACATION REPLACEMENTS GET TEMPORARY OFFICE HELP FROM SERVICES AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER 200 East 5th St. DIAL 234-1011 Interested in MUTUAL FUNDS? .71 .72': 3 3.14' I.Sl- 2.39 3.M 2.941 POTATOES CHICAGO Potatocv Arrivals 61; 3a on trock 246; totol U. S. shipment-, 2 tclol U. S. shiorr.cnts 77J; irncderatc; demand good at sifcjntly lower mnrket slichtly wcakrr; carlo! -r-1 ;lrocK sales; Colilornia long whiles S3 25 California round nets S3 75; .ibama round reds S2.i5'.727S- Tcxos round reds in SO to. sacks SjCfl- supplies linht; demand loir; ,-norkct acoul sleorlv; corlot trock russets 55.75. 2S 50'i 14', j. 39 4. 4? 391 i f SB', f 44 4'I 75% 4. soles: Idaho 6.91 7.57 7.33 SlOSlM I F Fd 17.83 19.33 Fund Am 10.75 M I F Gth 574 431 Fund Inv 12.25 13.42 Mul Shrs Grwth Incom 9.31 Inll 8.48 ___ British shipyards were com- Fill purchases would be met bv Fd 16.84 18.41 2 58 2.82 Invest 18.35lOroup cc Aero Com SI Fol Ati Grth Ind i.76 7.37iMut Trust 2.69 2.74 Not V.'Sec 11.30 12 !3 10.76 11.79J Not Invcs 4 83 7 TwcnC Gth 5.71 TwcnC Inc 568 1 40o V W X Y Z United Funds: [Vorion As Grycnon GuDrCn peting for bids to build an un-i the sales of British equipment !o specified number of minesweep- the United States. He announced Sen Fd er.s tor the United Stales, he later that the United Stains Gm ls-i816'92 lmp reported, but the U.S. Navy's would invite British bids for S50 Bureau of Ships has suddenly million worth withdrawn the call for bids. rdi: Inc Cap fa 11991579 Inc Fnd Best iaries. nf n-i.Tol me best 8.03 8 78 Ol naval ailXll- Incom 9.94 Trend 12.79 13.9S 14.71 15.56 9.58 10.93 71.4527.09 15.41 16 84 25 7J 25 73 5.67 li.16 16.83 9.70 10.54 5.44 5.91 13.8614.04 8.03 8.78 Not Sec Bolcn Bond Divid P; sik Incom Siock Grwth Not West 16.9016.90 Accm 17.99 19 Vcndo Co 50 Incom M.OJ Scicn 9.83 10.74, V.'ornPict 50 .38jUnFd Con 1 'Value Line FrtV jWoshWat 108 Val Line 7.37 8.08! Wcstn AirL 1 Incom 6.03 110 Spl Sit 4.97 5.55 WUnTcl l.4ij Vanad 5.54, 4.05'WcstgEl 1.40 1.4Q 1.60 er: 11.44. 12.50 6.42 7.02 4.91 5.37 7.16 7.83 6.05 Pt 5.7? t.73 Weyc'rhr iWollSI In 11 02 13 04 Whirl Co 32 9 J2 1 31 2 35 25 9.80 10.71 IV'ash Wu 6.64 Fd NF.A 7.1ut li.JJ ll.46.Wcst Incf New Eng 11 17 12 OSiWhitchll 11.8? While rVI 1.V84 15.1 1 XVinnDix 779 851 l0 132 27', 30 13 38'i 2? 33 38'; Defense Secretary Denis Hi-al- Britain has already ordered 10 r cy said last February that the Fill bombers at a cost of 8 comp Bd foreign exchange needed for tho million. 10.31 11 27 Ins BKStk 5 38 10.37 ll.Jj! Inv AB 1.64, ...iirw omTr CD 1.73___! Inv 1 13.051426 13 64 Comp Fd 10.03 10'.90 'Concord 14.SO 14.60 add invcsl Co Stock 20.55 22.34 One WmS 14.96 14.9S Oppcn Fd J4.47 26.94 Ponn Sq IB.27 18.27 Peoples 10.90 11 95 Pnila Fd 14.45 15 84 Pine SI 11.79 11 79 Wiscon 9.95 10.871 VnastShf 180 7.33 8.07 ZenilhRcd wi (Zenith Rod 2 14 .15 9 10 32', 22 23'a (.3 251 11 34', 22 78'i 20 155'i 22 45'; 32'a 37'., 31''4 44''3 44'', 32 23'; 249 34' It- 153' 32'. 59V; 22 5S 37'i 4JV; t 3S'.i 2501, Ts 34' B i 78 Tp, 151'j vl'i n! tin.. disbursements based on tho last quarterly scmi-onnuoi dcclcrotion Sn-crai or extra dividends or payments n0f noted os rcaular Ore identified In tne follO'.vinq footnotes. extra or extras. rate olus stock dividend. c-Liqu daima dividend. or paid in plus stock d.vidend Declared or paid so tar trie; year, m stock dur ma 1965 cstimalcd cash value on cx-divi dcnd or ex-distribution date g-Pard ost or paid otter stock or SDlil up. or this year, an occumuiaiive with diw dc--.d! m arrears, issue p-Paid (his year, dividend omitlcd. deterred or no action token ot last dividend nKctmo or paid in plus stock dividend t-Paid (n stock durina estimated cosh value on ex-dividend or dislribution dare. dividend Ofvi Oerd and sales in lull, x dis d.stnSu tion. xr-Ex rights, war rants, dis tributes, Issued delivery vi-ln bankruptrv or or oemg rcoroanijed ur.dcr the Bankruptcy Act. or sccurilics assumed by such com This is ,T balanced lurid with a portfolio of more than common and pre- ferred slocks and investment quality bonds. Objsctivos: rn.i- sonable return, preservation of capital, long-term apprecia- tion possibilities. ntVKRSJl t-GOM E. Soles A'anancr 319 Jefferson St. Waterloo, IOWG Dial 234-6826 Xfirtii: ij snld farm, will hnl.i out .sale at the f a from .lunrtinn and 37 mjlt.s Wcsl Knsi on Highway 57 n the JUNE 4 Commencing Promptly at P.M. (DST) FARM of ,1 "xl'J chirk brnncicr hinisr (hrifty ll.mipsliirp fcprlcr sliirr stock. 3 Pride of the elements; Pr c clccli'ic pi.ss from purebred H.imp- ITK.MS t.H.r .-KTiiss the top fn-r.rcr: Korinmrc kitchen Miv 2 tin-o tnl.s on r. --ni. ft. i rrrmcinior wilh tnblotop home gas t.-ii: .liurninitm tub rhromp foniiicn top dmcitf? j -v.. inoio 
                            

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