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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                20 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE Thursday March 3 1949 Business News Page INTERMOUNTAJN TRADE REPORTS MINES MARKETS Early Atomic Tests Indicate Farmine Benefits Lacking Tops Trade On N Y Mart MARKETS IN BRIEF I5y Associated 1ress ThreeDay Market Rally DENVER March 2 rTPiOne liundred thousand shares of West ern Air Lines stock was transferred Wednesday on the New York stock market representing the days carrots potatoes North Dakota transaction iWhpnf Wn Storks irregular prices see saw narrowly Bonds lower rails in supply Cotton irregular liquidation covering Wheat firm at close on covering corn easy oats mixed HogsUnevenly 2uc higher to 2rclower top to 50c higher top 30 j By THE SHIFT BOSS r In the field of human benefit i wheat barley Washington sugar Thpblock of stock was placed the Atomic Energy commission i beets field beans wheat and West on market by W A Coultr has been conducting important reVirginia corn i former Western president accord search to determine whether or These studies are distinct from inK to GG Brooder oJ Denver hot nucular radiations from radioi investigations in fertilizer tracer genera manager of tlie inland di active materials stimulate the research where radioactive isoi vision of Western Aii Lines growth of plants This work is topes are being used to gain more i Brooder said the transfer did not made possible by the supply of j understanding about plant growth change control or management materials resulting from the dcj rate and volume of movei thf He said Coulter who yelopment of atomic energy jment The revealing A E C report I rials S L STOCK EXCHANGE Atomic Energy Develooment 19471948 tells of tests carried out in 14 states on 19 different 6rops Try Various Crops I i farmers These include Arkansas sweet j turers cotton Illinois I of various fertilizer mate retirerj as President of the airline BIE HIM in the soil etc i in January 1917 held more than Bonanza Mining 200000 shares of Western tc s 1DAVS QUOTATIONS i Bid Asked S 200000 shares of Western stock Seek Practical Result I but had begun selling his holdxcaniiif All of this is expected to solve Tera Wednes C practical phases office pro and f r manufac v tucky that irect tomatoes Maryland toradioactive materials in the states matoes turnips Michigan navy I listed hereinbefore indicate strong beans table beans spinach Misj ly that the farmer cannot expect sissippi corn Montana potatoes increased yield from money in North Carolina tobacco peanuts vested in radioactive materials Ohio ladino clover New York available at present at 5I off i xComet Coalition D V xCommonwealth Lead Brooder said Coulters original xConjroiidaied Eureka f xCrtscent Eagle Oil the total stock outstand JN Y STOCK EXCHANGE NEW YORK BONDS tVEIlXESDAVS QUOTATIONS Sales In S1UOO QUOTATIONS Sales in High I Low Close Chg DOWJONES AVERAGES Budd Co Forse Bullard Co Bulova Bur Mills Btirr Add Callah 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S392i000 Jan 1 todate Sl3S67095o I S1J6100 Coamion GRAIN FUTURES CHICAGO March 2 fAP 121J 13 i 55iii 4 I 4 29 19V 51 ISSj 48 121 12311 12Vj 71 13V4I lPjl I HVil 11 ij 11 Vj 3SI 33 123J 3231 T 32 32 I 32 1 2 Sli 91 2SHJ 27ii 2S II 13Vil 133il 13U1 2S 1 Vi 17J 17ii 15 141 Open Wheat May S217li July 19m Sept 10Hi Dec May 1323i July 131i Sept i24i I Dec 112li I May July Sept Dec May I July i Mar 235 I May 224i j July 218 Mar 3205 6714 5814 5711 131 129 High 195 133 3n 132 12rtt 11214 5S 59 131 tt 120 Low S21SV 191 Vi 191 3i iaavi 130 U lHVi S21S1J in2i 1S5 333 131 si 124s 112 B7if 59 xriilver Kinu West xSllver Shield xSilver Standard Sioux Mines1 xSo Iron Standard xSwjinsei Con xTir Baby Tiniic Central xTlntic Lead xTintlc Standard Union Chief Utah Con xUtnhlda Sug Com xdo Pfd xUtahWyo Con Oil Victor Con Western Allov3 West xVVDPert xYankee Con Zuma 55Ts xOperatin companies OS 05 4 07 21 1 tt 05 03 14 0itt 04 05 31 02 07 i l 04 21 01 mv 05 1 12 01V 20 02 2S 01 V 04 4 02 36 05 31 OBV 03 02 14 02tt 42 07 03 150 26 05 IStt Oi 40 05 05 04 A 240 0314 02 tt 14 JStt 01it 137V4 06 330 02 14 02 01 Oli 4 02 01 01 tt 14 tt 76 02 01 212tt 10 liO 31 02 02 05 0134 02 Vi 03 03 oi 1 03 31 24 31Vi 10 05 05 05 12 33 04V 00 IS 06 30 03 04 10 IS 35 014 21 03 32 02 06 03V4 40 06 34 10 01 ilfi 01 43 03 10 04 155 2S 07 16 03Vi 43 07 10 04V4 275 04 NEW YOPK March 2 small overall decline in Wednes days stock market snapped a throeday Final prices showed a narrow margin of losses over gains Most changes were fractional i In sharp contrast to unusually slow trading was the negotiation of one of the largest deals in recent history of the exchange A block of 100000 shares of Western Air Lines sold at for a loss of i Trading otherwise was skimpy even for these days of sluggish j markets Turnover of 690000 i shares compared with 7200001 Tuesday j Several stocks responded to cori poration news El Paso Natural j Gas gamed 14 at 754 following j word of a boosted dividend and a i stock splitup proposal j Standard Gas and Electric i and preferred each gained two j j points or so and the added ii j Also up were U S Steel eral Motors Goodrich Sears Roe i buck American Telephone Inter national Paper Santa Fe Union i Pacific Gulf Oil and Great Northj ern preferred i Losers included Youngstown j Sheet Chrysler U S Rubber j United Aircraft Consolidated Nat ura Gas American Smelting j i Radio Corp American Woolen i i Southern Pacific Transcontinental j and Western Air and Eastern Air Lines Three men associated with introduction of the new Sears television set take a look J R Etz western buyer right Ed W Jenkins store manager gneeling Ralph Dangerfield merchandising manager LIVESTOCK MARKET Sears Roebuck us Prints of U P Offers Video Sun Valley Film On Friday Salt Lakers will get I their first look at Sears Roebuck and Cos first television set j j model Ed W Jenkins Salt Lake March 2 Utah manager announced Wednesday j company he said has spent NORTH SALT LAKE 205 total 165 market 40 through Not enough receipts to test market quoted steady with tirst week much time and money in perfect 1t and will stress in pre sentingit to the public the fact i cuod lisht heifers quoted up to so I medium si soofe 1900 good cows quoted Urom SlbSOSH7SO medium S1350Sil 1600 cutter and common S1250i7 1300 20 02tt 140 064 3 90 03 tt 02 tt 02tt 09 09 04 04V5 02 tt 16 79 f2Soo with iisht kind going to s30oi I that Sears will insall and service pt I 3 OWn JR Etz west coast buyer in Ule and television depart medium S2150ti24oo good stocker and I ment is in the city for the initial i50 showing He listed outstanding features of the set as Greater sensitivity for better fringe area reception a push button tuner of unusual accuracy a synchroniza tion system assuring a steady pic ture and an automatic gain conj trol for adjustment of contrast and brightness stock calves up to S2500 1420 total 124 market 1296 through Market quoted 25c higher good to choice 180 to 210 Ib butchers S2100 2150 210 to 260 Ibs S20G01S 20 50 260 to 2SO fl900ffll950 to I 300 Ihs S1SOOW 1850 300 to 330 Ib j 1750 300 to 360 Ibs S160I pood to choice light 02 2 50 11 00 35 05 Vb 03 03 Vi 05 13011 12S14 13 114 129 I May j July ISept j Oct 1225 1240 1212 1250 1215 1235 1242 1250 1255 1202 1225 1235 1242 1250 1215 1235 1250 1255 10 16U S4 10 lOThi 593 I 11 69 H 29 29 1614 1614 52 931 17U 5214 9H 34 6Vi SOtt li 47V4I 10184 44 29 4 6l 22 12V4 151A 2914 39 Vi v 5 Hi 53 lOii 10H Si 32 361 I 355t 22 41ill 41V4 41 58i 4 305 131 IS1 2 1SU 11 62 21 42 231 3i 14 sn 4 ii 20 6 10 3 71 3 7 9 11 10 Vi 21 6 347 44i 914 10 11 3SJil TSU 631 Stt 36U 41tt 57isl 30iil 15V4 18iil 1814 62ttl 62V 41tt 41tt 2VSI 214 19 U lld 61 21 n 4414 ISVil SSVii 18 i 11 61 Vi 6li 34 at 44 V4 S 18V4 OwensIll CI Pac Q ft Psek Motrl Pan A Air Panh Param Plcl P Ut C M Penney J C Penn I Penn RR I PepsiCols I riizer Pllelps Dod Pni t i PiP 51 Phllrn Cp I Phil Morris Plym Oil ProrlirAol Pub s rnln Pub P KiGI Pullman 1 Pure Oil 1 Radio Cp RadloK0 I Rayonler Readinc Col Rcm RandJ Repub AvI I Repub Pic I Repuh Stl I Rev C Rexall Dr I Pey Toh HI Hheem Mfc Rlrhlld Oil Royal Type1 Safeway St St Jo Lead St I San St Resls P Schenley Dl Seah A I i Sears Roeb i Senel Inc i Shell U Oil Simmons C Sinclair Oil SoconyVa I S Am Sou Cal Ed1 V4 I Sou Pacific i South Ry I li i Sperry Cor1 1 SpIecM Incl Sid Brandsl Std G El S4 pf I Std Oil Call Std O Indl Std O N J Std 0 Ohio1 SterllnK IE Vi i StewartW i StV Camp1 St Web1 14Vil 26il 7 I 6 20 3k 53 A 5214 4 METAL PRICES NKUYORK March 2 are Wednesdays custom smelters prices for delivered metah delivered valley M6Gc export ras KRW York 2fibuc casting fob refinery nominal lake de livered valley New Tork 2150c SL Louis 2130 921350 foreign gulf ports 22c western New York lS20c Eait St Louis 1750c foreign suit ports ISc 2ttl 45 171 301 31 ii 111 5S iri an 251 21 SI tliii Sflii 221 27141 35HI SVil 44 ii Settlement 1750c lead 2150c copper 2320c sliver 70c ounce YORK CURB WKDNKSDAVS SAFES Opprntlni Cmnpnniex 1650 sows steady I weiRlit sows under 300 Ibs S15 l 3150 400 to 450 Ibs S1300 91350 to 450 Ibs S1100fi1130 over 450 Ibs 1050 early prices quoted steady sood tn choice truckedin wool lambs quoted S2100W 2250 odd Ieiil up to S2300 medium togood S1900 if carload lots would bring higher good to choice ewes S1000 jfllOO nriDKN March 2 Estimated salable receipts 250 moderately inlive about steady two loads cood SS7 to 1010 Ib fed slcrrs S2t50lir lew midium S1700iiii51750 odd head medium to pood heifers 00 medium to go9d cows 400 Vi 516 50 inter to common S1200 ir SI 350other The U S State department has notified Union Pacific rail road of a desire to purchase 100 prints of the film Sun Valley Spring Ski Chase for showing to people in foreign lands offi cials announced Wednesday The 16mm sound color film was produced by the railroad at Sun Valley Ida It will be one of the few sports subjects in cluded in the informal film li braries maintained by the state department in 90 foreign coun tries to inform people of those countries of the American way of life Mt States Development North Lily 100 at 26c Ohio Copper 500 at il5c Prince Consolidated 500 nt 19c Rico Argentine 100 at SI40 Silver King Western 200 a 67c Silver Standard 1000 at 2ic Companies Magnolia Lead 7000 at 5c Park Konold 2000 at 5c CURB SAIKS Opemtlnic Companies Crescent tragic 1000 at 21c East Standard 3000 at 4lie East Utah 100 at 33c and 400 at 33c Park City Consolidated 1000 at 40c UNLISTED STOCKS WEDNKSnAVS QUOTATIONS Bid Court Upholds Idaho Ruling SAN FRANCISCO March 2 The U S circuit court of appeals Wednesday upheld the Idaho fed eral court in a case involving the board of directors of Independence Lead Mines Co Wallace Ida The Idaho court had refused to vacate a judgment which was at first agreed to and later chal lenged after a change in board membership The judgment determined the status of stock held by Alma R Kingsbury and Olga Marquardt of two early officials of Sales In HundredsjSalea I High I Low J Closa I Anier Superpower Bunker Hill fc S Cities Service El Bond Share Hecla MinlnR New Park Min Niag Hud Pow Northeast Airl Quaktr Oats Inltd t S Full H Ilrtti S 19 11 U Hi 19 39 Vi 6M IVi 611 OVt 9 2 2iil 2li S9i 19 i t 14 2V 50 19 39 lll 11 its J tArnalg sug Pfd S SS7iiS xljtah Fire Clay i 6S 00 xUtah P ft L Ccia xZ C M I companies 2212V 7200 9 50 300 22 75 7600 OVER THE COUNTER WEDNESDAYS QUOTATIONS ie nn 1SOO canners sausase bulls 2150 down to Sll 50 s9 nnaiA nn auerandVdmmonr s Salable 75 fully steady bulk Bid choice liRht yealcra good and choice 526 50 rood slaughter calves 2650 common and medium Comrn0i HOES Salable 275 butchers steady to 2oc higher sows steady smalt lots Rood hoice 211lb local Kralnfeds S23 50 locals 220 to 235 Ibs S2200O Total storlc i shares year a sales Wednesday 140000 j 184705 shares 471 8V4 Sis 27141 llil 71 21 I 17 91 10 243il 24it V 13141 Sl 4T 4iil 17i IflHI 36141 II 17 117 131 101 1711 1T 141 19i 59 I lfl SI 43 I 43 41 Sj Sl S 4341 Sfittl 17 I 267jl Vi 11 2Sil 2fi I 26U 21 15311 15i 371 3Si 3fi 61 33 l 33IA S 23 Vi In 52 15 Ji 1 301s1 30H 20 4isgl 41 i n1 3S 26 3fiH 41U 4 34 2t 20 59Ti 341 3814 3G 67 51 23 S 6 2fi i 7 ISii 59 1214 9U 59 37i 57 21li 37 3714 13f 41 13 Are You Interested in KENNECOTT COPPER COMMON STOCK Currently selling around a share to yield 10 on the basis of last years dividend We have available a study on this Company recently prepared by the Argus Research Corporation Copies available on request without cost or obligation J A HOGLE CO Kstifbllshpd 191S 132 MAIN STREET Phone 47781 OODENKIESEL BLDG Phone New Yorlc and Salt Lake Stocic Exchnngcn StUie Cor Sun Oil Sunray Ol Sunshine M Swift Co I Swift Intl Sylv E Pro Texas Co Tex G Pro i Tex G Sul Tex P i T P L Tr Textron do pf Thermold C do pf I T w A oul TlmkD Axi iTlrnk R B i Transamer I TAW Air TrlC Corp Twen CF I Un B P I Un Carbide 1 Un Oil Cal i Unit Air LJ i Unit Alrc Un cw s Utd Corp I do pf Utd Fruit US F S US Gyps j US J Cheml US Lines US US Rubber i do 1 pf US Steel I do pf Walkr O W jwahvorth I Wail Bak I i Wnir B Warren P I WCMH West 1 SUK West Air L West Pac i t 29i 11V4 21A 50i 60 1S 38 V 29 V 11 14 U 59 15 Mi sr Ii 29V 11S 50 14 V 60 iSai AmaiE Sugar com IS 9 50 S 0 75 do pfd S S5 i 910 Asliley valley Oil rj j 45 Emmy Oil I 7 UO 725 Indenrndem IJial I 1 Jh Mountain Kuel Supply IS 50 19 25 Sundance Oil 44 45 Utah Fund i U 51 Utah Home Fire Ins 1H200 19600 Utah Oil Refining 1275 1315 Utah Power and Light 2200 2250 Utah Southern OH 1000 1100 ZCMI 7300 7500 S L BANK STOCKS Rid ll 35 I 35 I 35 Continental National First Security Corp Utah Savings Trust Utah State National Walker Bank Trust Zlons Savings bulk 2300 about two foads locals imv mtuium Md Sheep Salable 25 EXVKK Mirch 2 I APUSDA tie Salable 2X00 Calvw Sulable ion 70i fed steers and Iieiferj iu i ateeri ocimimbtrips heifers 0 to ji cows 5 stockers not counting 300 iiead calves ordered In fed steers and nelfers steady to 25c hlgtier nigh good and choice i around 1300 Ibs S2425 good lighter weights S2325W2400 early top e other medium to good 23 l5 cows steady to strong common to cood S1600ais00 other slaughter classes around steady canner to cutter cows 51450 01550 medium bulis common to low choice vealera 2100S3100 stockers and feeders asaln irunter common to good steers S2000W 300 good heifers S2100 medium to ood cows S1600W1750 Hogs Salable 1000 rather active Oar Account Executive Named by Appointment of William M Ma cauley 9SO Diestel rd as accounts executive for Merrill Lynch Pierce Fenner and Beane was an Wednesday by Walter L manager of the University of 2 with an MA in his served in the armed forces ichargred as a field ar maior in 19J8 He recently tative of the New York i cash j Amerada Petroleum Co j Starts Second Well Markers on its abandoned pro Greenriver No 1 well at NW NW was j 222S19E were released Tuesday by Amerada Petroleum Co The company now is drilling a second i well 550 ft south of the No 1 I abandoned after failure to control a gas flow The formations Navajo 1495 Coconino 2665 Hermosa 3155 Paradox 4820 Salt 5100 ft Al though it had been reported 58 degree distillate was encountered the company reported findingonly Mining Stocks Hold Steady Volume Dips Trading1 volume slipped a little Wednesday on the Salt Lake Stock exchange but prices were good It was one of those infre quent days when no declines were recorded duringcall sales Ten issues closed the call steady and three gained Combined Metals reacted to dividend news by rising 2c on 10100 closing at 31 He The company Tuesday declared a alic a share dividend Duringcall trading Clayton Silver and Horn Silver each gained ViC Crescent Eagle sold 1000 at 21c on the curb off le from the Jast previous sale Volume of 35500 shares in cluded 5500 on the curb and com pared with 49627 shares sold Tuesday when 13800 sold curb Builders Given Bright News The men who build your house got some good news last week Ex in rare instances the short iage of constniction materials that has plagued buildings for the last nine years is over And costs are leveling off ac cording to members of the Utah JHome Builders Assn who at tended the national associations j convention and exposition in Chi I cago There wont be any Imme Idiate large scale reductions but the long spiral of rising prices has evidently been capped Attraction of this years meet ing included clinics and demon strations of latest developments in constniction techniques heat ingmethods prefabricated houses and land planning according to Arvil C Mauchley member of delegation from Salt Lake City Alex G Adamson of Salt Lake City was named regional vice president of the western area by the convention Utahns attendingthe meet were Richard Flint Brigham City B Lue Bettilyon president of the Utah group Allan E Brockbank and Mr Mauchley and Mr Adamson all of Salt Lake City NOTICE Bids will be received by the Pur chasing Division of the Commission of Finance of the State of Utah 11 State Capitol Building Salt Lake City Utah until 10 AM March S for the sale of the following Approx 100 tons Srrap ratoti it 1225 Beck Street Salt Lake City Utah Approx 100 Junk 1 at 525 West 13th South Salt Lake City Utah as per State i City Utah The Commission of Finance re serves the right to reject any or all bids or to accept or reject the whole or any part of any hid or to waive any informality or teohnlralilv In any bid in the interest of the State All bids will be rejected or award j made within 5 days of bid opening WYOMING OIL CASPER Wyo March 2 A1 Natrona county may have a new oil field In the making The possibility of a new dyeing area Tor the rountv revealed In a wildcat test in the Hells Half Acre area 50 miles west of here by Ohio Oil Co The operation cored oil saturation In the Frontier formation below 5100 rt but a drill stem test last weekrecovered only 90 rt ot slight ly gas cut mud in 30 min More cores are being taken below 5135 ft The test Is headed for 7500 rt Should production be found in the area it will have convenient pipeline facilities A line now runs through the area Atlantic Refining Co has gone up with its long awaited drill stem test at its Rlverton wildcat Al though ahout 7 ft of good satura tion was cored in the Tcnslepp zone the test recovered only 4nO ft of drilling mud with a gas odor The test was made from 31fi91 ft to 11738 ft Further tests to he made after reamingoperations are ex pected to give more encouraging re sults The test was a gas discovery in the Phosphoriaaat 11401 ft with some ft of apparently sweet gas per day with some dis tillate Shtri OH Cos test at Clear Creek Johnson county has been shut down Ht 10532 ft in the Mlnnelusa after reporting slight odor of oil in frac tures Seveninch casing was ce mented at 10335 ft salt water and gas NOTICE Bills will he received bv chiising Division of the Commission of Finance of the Stallof Utah 147 Slate Capitol Btiildinjj Salt Lake City Utah until 10 AM March 8 1919 for the sale of the following Cycle 150 HP 220 Volt Motor and Generator with starter accepted T S CURTIS Purchasing Agent NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS MEETING Annual meeting of the Stockhold ers of Zions Benefit Building Society will he held Monday March 14 iMn at the hour of 2 oclock P M it the companys office at No 12 West 3st South Salt Lake City Utah for the purpose of electing the Directors for the ensuing year and the trans action of such other business as mny properly come before the Siockhold ers ROBERT H JOXES Secretary NOTICE TOWHOM IT MAY CONCERN Notice is hereby given that the blah State Board or Pardons will hold a regular session on Thursdav March 17 1949 at nine oclock A the Pur5 Utah State Prison Salt Lnle County Utah that at saiil meeting said Hoard will hear applications in the following cases towil PRISONERS FOR TERMINATION Refugio Alva No K021 Glenn An derson No 7883 Louis O Iioqtura No Grant P Beal No 7953 KO3342 Jake F 7322 Brown Jack Lewis Ray No Butler No R2Sr 41 llij Si n TMI 10 si INVESTING COMPANIES WEDNESDAYS QUOTATIONS 21300S 22000 5300 5450 VOO001 21000 6600 aml Silts 260 Ibs down steady to 217001 22500 mosll 23c cood and choice 190 10300 11300 to 2sn hs largely prac j ticil early top S2225 few with sort up to S2250 heavier butchers not established few 2Sf tn 300 Ibs S2000 few sows fully steady Rood and choice 300 to States for the District of Utah In 450 Ihs S1700B1800 the matter of Tospnh Marlon aneep Salable 5000 top wooled slaughl ter lambs on Tuesday I Bid In the District Court ot the United Stuart Vent Blower Fan with 1 GE IIP 200 Volt Induc tion Motor Gardner Receiver Pump Approx 220 Bracket I glass and 75 IS Indirect vx I bowl type as per complete specifications at 347 State Capitol Building Salt Lake Citv Utah The Commission ot Finance re serves the right to reject any or all hlds or to Accept or reject the whole or any part of any bid or to waive any informality or technicalltv in MI any bid in the interest of the State Lester Rowc No R097 William Blum No S280 Chester Brown No ac ews Butler No R2Sr Charles Foster No 7610 EuRene A Frost No 7375 Joe B Garcia No 7pl4 Joe Heather No 8075 Joseph Hoffman No 743S James M Jack son No 7891 Max M Johnson No S334 Marlon W Jonos No rnond W Kelly No 7S46 Emir Lam brose Sr No Robert McCoy No 4512 Paul McKinney No 759fi Charles Olmstcacl No 81S5 S Palmer No 7S24 Earl H Penriry No 80o9 Virgil C Reynolds No S2 12 21 ui iflij 44ii Hii 71 45liil 45 45 21 20 I 20 i 20 99 41 19 41 121 II 44 Hi 3ST 20I128M 301 3 22 i 11 mil ii iniil 71 1 Affiliated Fund Inc Amer Bus Shares j Dlyldend Katon How Bal Fd First Mut Trust Fund j Fund Investors Jnc I Keystone Cstdn B2 i do B3 do B4 do S2 do S4 Nationwide Bal Fund N Sec Set Pref stock I N Sec Ser Income Vi j Putnam G Fund i j Russell Berg Fund 4 Union Pr Stks Fund S 357 i 1 5R l u 23 S2 i 4 S9 I 12 65 2279 15 47 s75 13 09 407 1272 629 400 1407 2535 1832 10741 IS IS anii Wellington Fund I 1655 3 92 147 2547 544 I i Sfi 24 87 16SS 955 14 28 445 1305 687 437 1513 2726 bankrupt on filed by him on February 8th 1949 and that the first meeting of his NOTICE creditors will he held at 235 Fed Bids will he received bv the Pur Bldg in Salt Lake City Utah on i chasing Division ot the March 18th 1940 at oclockof Finance of the State am at which place nnd time theState Capltol Building Salt Asked CHICAGO March 2 Salable 0000 moderately actiye later Notice Is hereby given that said IS 391 and closlne trade slow butchers steady to i Joseph Marion James has been lull Wchcr advance mostly on weights ad fudged a bankrupt on a petition 250 Ibs or below sows steady to Sc r Imvcr top sparlncly most good and choice 170 to 230 Ibs 75 210 to 270 Ibs S2050 92125280 to 330 ibs around 350lb weights 51900 Rood and choico sows under 400 Ibs mo5tlv 517 50 ft i K 500 ibs Jifi75gu750 525 to 600 I said creditors may attend prove their I City Ibs prospect good clearclaims appont a trustee appoint a ance nCaUIe Salable 1000 Calves Salablo 600 actiye slaughter steers 25o to most ly 50c hlffher heifers jtesdy to 25c PRODUCE MARKET no PI i West UK T WstR Air B WSIR Elec I Wheel Stl I White Mtr I WlllysO Wllsn Col Woolworth I Worthing 1 V Kh T Zenith Rad Prod 2liil 2141 50 59 29111 29 s 1 21i I 43UI 41 85 514 5 5ij B 11 I 10HJ 11 12 45141 44V 45 I 14 13 ifii frt 5 29Ill Slock sales total Wednesday BfiOOOO previous day 720000 week HKO 77lS70 yenr api 757000 tnn nKn Jan 1 to dute 17418471 yenr aco orade AA grade A mrpe 54c pmcle A modlum crado B Kuttcr I Ninetythroe score 72e 92 score Tie j 90 score 70c j Cheese I Twentyfour pound triplets 3Bc 12Ib lonKhnrns 37c sib loaf isc CHICAGO Mnrrh 2 trucks the market firm Steady twins 31 14 1 sin loaf 34 15 hicher cows fully 25c higher bulls steady to 25c higher vcalcrs steady to SI00 or load choice steers load 1340lb weights bulk medium and pood steers load choice 1070lb fed heifers S2fiiO hulk medium and good heifers S2loorJ2450 canners and cut ters 513OOWl550 most medium and Eood sausase halls S2050W2275 prsc i tlcnl lop yealers S2900 load cholco short i yearling stock steers I Sheep Salable 3000 slauchter lambs to 25c lower top scarce steady S L BANK CLEARINGS Tuesdays bank debltj J Same day List year fiSflfl 221 00 Wednesdays clenrlnc1 109S972509 Same day lasi year S S32 197 33 committee ot creditors examine the bankrupt and transact such other business as may properly conic be fore said meeting Dated at Salt Lake City Utah March 1st 1949 T D LEWIS Referee in Bankruptcy Bids will XOTICE be received bv the Pur T t eo TKKS urowns ann w 39317162 Iwo years ago 40967240 cases tn market weak SWIM SflvSTc 1 steady Fees browns nnd whites mixed BUILDING PERMITS pounds the marketSat Lakft s M llormiin cnfe ICKiV S 2nd J6500 chasing Division of the Commission of Finance of the State of Utah 147 State Capitol BulUilne Rait Lake City Ulnh until March 8 1949 AM on the following fob desti nation Insurance on all State owned boilers as psr schedule at T47 State Capitol BulldlnR Salt Lake City Utah The Commission nt Finance re1 serves the right to reject any or all bids or to aeropt or reject the whole or any part of any bid or lo waive any informality or technicality In I any bid In the intcrfst or the State All hlds will he rejected or awarded within S days after bid opening Only bids Rlvinp a firm quotation and definite delivery date will be ac cepted T S CURTIS Purchasing Agent Only hlds glvlns a firm quotation I Arthur Stewart A C No and definite delivery date will be Sidney C Thnmpson No 8367 cepteri Paul Weil Xo 81S3 T S CURTIS Purchasing I APPLICATION FOR REHEARING Carl Krotkv S22S CONTItv JED CASKS N K Bassett Xo 8313 C A Tur ner iNn 7714 J C Plummer No 7834 Joel Van Gervin No 7986 COUNTY JAIL CASE Robert L Surnpano All persons Uavlne any Interest therein desiring to be heard either Utah AM destination Sweden Frosted Model 15 until March 11 on the rollowing igijf fob Malt Machine Malt Machine as per complete specifications at 147 State Capitol Building Salt Lake Sweden Frosted Model lG City Utah The Commission of Finance re serves the right to reject nnv or nil hids or to accept or roleet the whole or any part of any bid or to waive any Informality or technlralltv In any bid in the inlerest of the State All hlds will be rejected or awarded wiThln S clays after bid opening Only b Is civlng a firmquotation and defli nite deUverv date will be accepted I T S CURTIS Purchasing Agent IASTMAN H ATC H fc Company CONTINENTAl BANK BIDS PHONt 3387 for or againstthe granting of said applications are notified to be pres ent at said meeting BY ORDER OF THE BOARD J Bracken Lee Chairman llinton D Vernon Secretary On February 21 we started Job No 20000 GEORGE S MAY COMPANY CsvjyunjiiMMA OFFICIS PRINCIPAL CITIES   

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