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Billings Gazette (Newspaper) - August 14, 1956, Billings, Montana LIVESTOCK GRAINS PRODUCE STOCKS Demand Spurs Futures Prices- Markel Trends to several cenls were wtf t i i COTn' soybeans and AH did several oats end Demand was touched oil by last FrE- day's Airlculture Departmtnt crop tfr port, which estimated lower corn, By United Press Stocks lower In qulel tridlns. I in Chicago: Wheat tulures closed Bonds lower. up Vj lo cents; corn up lo U. S. KOTernment bonds loner In qulttlcenti: oals up to 1H cents: rye up trading jv, lo 4ft cents; soybeans up 3H lo SU American Irrecularl; cents, and lard tutures up 30 polols. Midwest slocks Irreiularlir loier. I HOBS: Steady lo 23 cectj higher, lop London closed firm. 17.60. Cattle: Steady lo !.M l.Uher. top surer unchanied In New York at 9oni23.7S: vealer lop Ji.oo. Sheep: stead; to Cotton futures htKher. 'lower, top 2350. York Slock Exchange Securities Drop As Volume Slumps BONDS Troy and Luedee Battle to Draw NEW YORK vn Willie Troy, 164, of Washington, D. C., fought ten-round draw with Jerry Lue- Admlral Corporation ATasta Juneau Gold Sales High Close 1 1.48 1.3W. 1 52U IMVt l.Wi 1 4fill 'Am Crrslal Sugar i JM- i A1" F8n Power M8j Am Gas Eleclrlc >-4'Vj; American Kleta] bean. 7h. ran.ed as foU...: ,__ __ ffl Corp September December Murch May July Corn: September December Much May July Oats: September December March Mar Rye: September December March May Soybeans: September November January March May IS 17 U17H steel Corp 27 3V. 3V. 3V. Swm i Company 19 2im Company 23 111 110 110 Texas Suipnur 5 SMi TiniHeii Roller Bear !7 51 51 Trans.World Air SJ 35 35 .Transamerlca Corp 11 131 129 129 Twentieth Cent fox 44 118V. 116 116. Underwood Corp Issues, only 'jin the feature bout Mon St. Nicholas Arcnn. Until Ihe seventh fiend rour old gold, solid tofdi Jewelry and denial .old by mill.. A check will be sent lo you and your will inlacl 11 our chocfc Is not 'KOPPE'S KENDEKSO'Nji Tree WHEEL CHAIR and hosultnl 5-515I- 2-A BeoutyParlors DON'T SHOUT UKE )n IF YOU ASK PARLIhKJ WILL votJ PLEASE A5 TO rpor Case J I Company Caterpillar Tractor Cerre de Pnsco Corp 16 Certaln-leed Products 122 New stork arrival 94.00; red don unchanged 53.50. New York Wool Wool tops and wool futures were higher Monday In (airly nctlve trndlng. Wool futures closed unchanged to .5 cent higher. Oct. 138.5B; Dec. 138.SB; March 137.5B: Certificated wool spot 136.0B. Wool tops futures closed A to .7 cent higher. Oct. 108.2; Dec. 168.5B; March May 166.7D: July 1R5.7R. Certificated snol wool tops 163.5B. B-bld; fV-nomlnal. GcnerBl Electric Co _. General Foods Corp 7 General Mills lnc 1 69 Gen Motors Corp xd 186 CTen Portland Cement 6 Olllclto Company 17 53'i Goodrich CB F1! CO 8 B2 Goodyear Tire Rub 36 Uraliam False Corp 12 2 Granbv Cons M S 3 14 Great Northern Ry 11 43V4 3-31 Great Western Sugar 3-33 Grcyhminrt Corp 207 I5r'a Gulf Oil Conwrntlon 350 Itomeslake Mining 6 34Vi Hudson Hay Mtn A- S 8 SI Illinois Central ItR 9 63: Industrial Rayon Family j lu.spira" SOft 84 14 tt 12 Va 35 65 H 781i 213'i 97 35VS 10 1.37 r) 11 I tSi'-' 90Vi 10 73% 49 -17 iO'A 15 127 1273'( 34'A 90 90 63 .........-id lo choice yearling slfer.-i 2050- 23.20, small lots high Kood to cJiolce slaughter ycaclitie hellers 19-20.70 with, feu- choice'21.50-22.90. Etockcr5 and feed- ers 40 per cent, steady lo 50 cents higher; standard to low good slaughter yearling steers 16.50-18.50; bulk culler and utility cows 9-11.50, few commercial il-ll 50, occasionally 12; canners nnd cutlers fl.50- 9.50; most good and choice stacker nnd feeder .steer y em-Lines WO-800 Ibs few fleslxy choice to 18.50; 2-ycar oiil feeder good nnd choice medium nnd good year line steers 14-1G- good to low choice slacker, feeder hellers 1R-17. Dirdliuii nml good J4-16.50 Calves. 250. Fully stcndy: most sood and choice stockcr steer calves 17.50-19, comparnblp heifer.1! 15-17 Sheep. 500. Slaughter Iniuus. fully .slondy with flood io mime mostly choice slausli- ler spring lamb? 85-100 Ibs. IB-ia 50 fevc choice- and prime- to 13; few cull to choice fihorn cwc.t tepder lambs scarce. CHICAGO Hogs stendy lo 15 hlghci f HAPTKlt" 239 An Act lo MibinH to Ihe rlcolors of the Slate of Mom mm mi amendment to Article XII oi the CotiMKuUnn nf ttic Stnlo of Montana, rHnttng lo ami Tnxnflon. by nilitlnit Itu-rc- to a new section to be known and dcslsnulcd as Section 1 (b) o( Arlfclc XII. providing Hint mi uionlcii jmkl Into the slnlc trr usury which art- derived from fees, excises or license tnxi-s rt'liMitiB u> rrBlstrtitlon, ojiDrnlJon or use of vehicles on tlu- public highways or lo u.sed tor the propulsion of Mich vehicle, exccol fees nml ctmrKc-s [mid to the Donrd of Knflronti Coniinln- KlotirrA of Hie Stale o[ Mnritniin nnd the Public Su-rvlcf CommiMloii of Monlnnn or Us successor or surcrrsors hy molor enrrlrrs nirstiant In Uw. nil nit be ex- Dfiulrd for 'known nnd dc-Mtnmird Section 1 ol Article XII rcnclUm as 39 follows: Hers i Section 1 (I.) No paid Into Ilic nnil i slate wlilch arc Urlvcri (rum fres, rvclsrs or llrrusc rrl.il [in OIL oulilir' hliclitvitys nr to Turin used ;rp( tern and tmhl ici Ilir- Itoard .f itallrcmd tercantlle stores Co Miami Copper Co MlnncnpHj; Mollhe Minn Miulng ht Monarch Mach Tool Montana Dakota Utf] Montana Power Co 20V> i vealers 20.00-23.00: Tcc-dlnK yearling Mock Sheep choire nnd Itimiis steady to 50 hlplier; but Koex] n.nd below went to 50 Inwer; to prime Bprliis In tubs 19.00-23.50; slaughter ewes 20 Root! shorn 25 Vt 55 1C 43Va 16 Ihc sl.-ilc Irxltjalue dlissi-nihinUnii of nulilk iiiforinntln latliiir lo Ihe i streets ami brlJn-x of Ihe SUtc of tana and Mir at-ction 3. Separate ottical bnllnts nhn 'be provided at the Krncrnk clnctlon (i.o licit! in Novrnibrr, which hlinll hnvc print rd thcrron An tl-DI version o( Itlffhvvtty File] nnd Tnr.vR." foliowrU by nil of Hrc 1 of Article XII ol the Constitution nf Inn EHnle of Montntin its ntoposrrl by this act. There slinll nixo hr printed MI srctlnn, (ittufi Montgomery Ward 37 Murray Corporation Nntlonn] Dlsciill Co Nations) Ca.th Reg Nfltlonnl Dalrv Prod 23 NstlonBl Distillers 72 26ft Naliorin) Oypsum Co ia -SB1! National Lead Co Nrtlonal Sleei Ca Mining New York Central 4-f North Amcr Avintlon 20 Northern Pnclflc Hy 52 Norlhwest Airlines 8 xd 24 SOUTH ST. PAUL 37" 37'A Hogs 8.500; borrows nnd gilts ftrady with Friday: ROWS strong to 25 higher; nlxerl U. S. 1 2 Rnd 3 1RO-250 Ib bnr- i rows anti elllK lfi.75-17.EO; some U S 1 and 2 TIORS 17.75-18.00: fiown most Cflltle 5..100; calves 1.500; ilniiKtitcr "Kt> M' steers nnrl heifers KracllnK hlxU.Road atid thp ll !nnnve stroriR to SO higher: cows opening llllrcl, IIS fully fituady; prime om nround 1150 Ib slant-liter Fleers 27 00- ConMlUiilnn. Itiiilk Rood atirl choice Mccrs nnd year-' n" 25Vt lUigs loart lilRh-cfiolce nnd i 43 43i'. prime nround 900 Ib heifers 2450: i Rfl.ch Kootl and choice liclfcrs 19 50-23.00; ul1ll- 45 45 fltit) commercial cows 10.SO-12 SO; rnn- ncrs nnd cuttcr.i B50-JO.OO: liltiady and cliolcc- under 225 Ibs 18.00-21.00; 3711. sen 42Vn coce- uner s 1800-2100; 1'fRli choice and prime 22.00-2.1.00; HOCK! 35! i ciioJL... stockcr nnd strong; K slml] "mnifk: ninre above tirlnt who rejrcls 11 second square. 4. The vot enivps t4.CiMfi.00: fectlor places sfntty to anO cliolct: 750 Ib sUirl: (load slock strer calves Ifl.rx) mrnlnrt ttijs rnd jio.l specialist in local moving! Ohio O11 Company Oils Elevator 2 -58 Owens Illfnofs Glass 17 PftcJfic Gas A Elec 13 Siv, Pan American Air 57 Parnmount Pictures B 32 Patina Mines tt Enter 31 Pt-nncy J C Co lnc 12 Pennsylvania RR Co 51 24 Pepsi Cola Company ,15 22 Plielps DodRft Corp fift'5 PiUlip Morris A- Co ll Plilllips Prtroleuni 5S ril'i Ploiigh Incorp" 1 14': Plvrncmth Oil Co 3 Pill In? nn (nrorporaicct S C3'.' Pure OH Company 56 47 Quaker Outs Co -I 311' Rartio Corp of Am 33 Republic Steel Corp -18 52 Rcvnolris Tobacco B II Sfi1! Safeway Store.1! lnc 22 St. Joseph Lead Co 9 46 Schenly Industries 27 20'i Sears Roebuck A; Co 91 33" Scrvel Incorporfttrcl 33 4! Shell Oi! Company 23 S Im mons. Com pan y a 52V .Sinclair Oil Corp Sfi 677, Mnbil Oil Co 59 Soutliprn Calif Ed 7 Company 59 22'' South Pacific Co 31 ol1 Southern Railway Snerry Rend Corp 100 27 Standard lnc 8 rw Standorri OH Calif tto Standard Oil Co Ind 221 Standard Oil Co N J 189 4 1191; HSU end ic.m. ,10 7f, 75 Shpep 400: nil closes stcfldy: chol.. 1 120 120 120 prime unlive Mirlni; liunb' 20-flfl-20.50; gootl unci eholcD uallvc fccdir lambs SIOUX CITY Cattle 7.0CO: 47i'a 76', i 14'; I Ictei and [oad cents trnrle feeders high 27.25 cliolcc Mid 50-75 higher; cows mostly 50 hlRli active, around ntid pri prime lower opened for nnd nbovr piopuscti, _. counted, cnnvassri! and rk-tcr- j mined by such offlclnK and In such mnnnrr as Inw. unrl If mnjririty or [fid 2V 25; 22-23.30; 22; XJ; ulJIIly I around -f W Jb calves 2 mrrcia! 10-II; drmn to 7 I Flrjirn market nUartj- to drone 1 wltri No 1 zradr bulchern J.'j ccntu higher; U. 8, I 1 J Ib. yj; Tnlxfrrf 1, 2 1 grades cow Jt 300 VW Ib. 12- i IS.M. Rhfep .VJ-75 crr.ti lower; f.troritt to V) centi hlirhei-; unnj M.rlne SMamhs 17-jft; lots moMlr chrjce J10..W; lot mostly chnlcr ranttf larnbn f j si 2 ;'feeder Urr.hi 1 ;
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