Time Clock, Nov. 9, 1959

FRESH ORANGE PRICES will be lower this winter because of expected 3% increase in the total U.S. crop and hea.vy carryover of frozen juice from last year. Grapefruit prices and production are expected to be about the same as 1958.

RUSSIAN PIG-IRON shipment of 2,500 tons is being purchased by U.S. firms for 20% under the domestic price. Budd Co. is testing 600 tons, which it has bought for castings.

1964 WORLD'S FAIR, to be held in New York City, will cost investors in the fair—corporations, countries, cities and states that exhibit—$500 million v. $155 million for the U.S. last world's fair held...

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