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jflND RETORT
FOR THE WEEK
oW To Medium Priced
Issues Reported
Mixed
Iv'EVT YORK, Oct. 11.—(TP)—A
,,{ner slight undermining of the
notations on high-priced corpo
r.jon bonds was about the only
ijarCUt development in today’s
jjprt bond market.
,oW to medium priced specula
, Issues were mixed, the rails
i-etaging a iittle better on sbm
mrchasing.
Sales totaled $1,231,000, at
• „ to a slow session, and
Spared with $1,750,000 last
'°uirday- Friday’s sales totaled
4060,000.
The sagging tendency in better
Ld and therefore higher pric
jnds was not as pronounced
r..as on Friday, but there
[ enough of these issues dip
r. fractions to keep attention
If investors focussed in that cor
* American Telephone 2 3-4s
Li,.'at 96. Santa Fe 4s at 122,
I'L'nese 3s at 1C3, Chesapeake &
f 3 l-2s at 104 1-2, Goodrich
|L.. at 99 1-2 and Kansas City
I uthem 3s at 103 3-4, all for
lactional losses. There were
K..rv others changing hands at
Inver levels.
I Sije on one U. a. treasury
i , <) 0f 1971-66 at 103.17 repre
rted a decline of 30-32 of a
[Uint and was the only activity
If toe day in government bonds,
fv'orld Bank 3s sold at par, a
drline of 6-32, the only sale
|-ade in the World Bank divi
‘ The over-the-counter mar
gV where most government
Lnds are traded, is closed on
Saturday.
"t was a two-way affair in the
Le actively traded lower pric
ed issues. Closing a shade lower
, ,re Baltimore & Ohio 5s of
. 00 Series “X", Central of New
Btrsey 5s, Rock Island 4 l-2s, Big
imr General 4s, International
fc.,.dro Electric 6s and New Haven
fccome 4 l-2s.
F Hudson & Manhattan income
its and refunding 5s were by far
fee leaders on the other side, the
f ;t advancing 2 1-8 points to
|g 1-2 and the latter up 1 3-4 to
j,; i-2. Others showing lesser tm
Lovement included bonds of
Missouri Pacific, Morris & Essex,
Pennsylvania Central Airlines
End St. Louis-San Francisco.
I Outstanding events of the week
jr. bond affairs included the ICC
Freight rate boost which stimulat
ed demand for carrier securities
Ci all types for a while.
> The fur was flying again last I
night between Morehead City
Ld Wilmington deep-sea fisa
ing interests, as a report was
made from the upstate fishing
;ommunity that approximately
)0 babv sailfish had been caught
juring” the past week in purse
(pines with menahden.
Navy Reservists Welcomed
MAYOR E. L. WHITE, Wilmington, is shown yesterday going
aboard the PC777, Naval reserve boat, paying a visit to the Wil
mington reserve unit. The ship is from Savannah and is com
manded by Commander A. S. Boyce, USN. Looking on is Com
mander J. R. Cain, USN., and Lieut. W. M. Davidson. (Staff Photo)
Cruising up overnight from I
Savannah, the sleek grey U. S. |
Naval reserve training ship PC
777 slid up to the customs house
dock in > Wilmington yesterday
morning to finish the first half
of its 'initial week-end cruise.
After its officers and crew
were feted at a barbeque yes
terday afternoon and a dance
last night, the ship was being
made ready early today for the
return trip that will put it back
in port in Georgia at sunrise
tomorrow morning.
The ship’s complement plans
cruises along the coast this fall
to other ports, but paid Wilm
ington tribute by selecting it for
the first visit.
City and county dignitaries,
including Mayor Evlie L. White,
City Manager James R. Benson,
Addison Hewlett, chairman of
the board of county commission
ers, L. E. Voss, shipyard super
intendent, Ed Snead, VFW state
commander, Lieut. Henry Bost,
district representative of the U.
S. Naval Reserve, and Council
man J. E. L. Wade, were among
those greeting officers and crew
at the dock yesterday morning.
The PC-777 is commanded by
Cdr. A. S. Boyce. Its entire
crew and the officers are from
Savannah. Only person not from
the Georgia port on board was
Fred Moon, city editor of the
Atlanta Journal.
Stock Market Quotations
Prev. Yes'day
Close Close
Alleghany . 314 314
A1 Chem and Dye .190%
Allis Chal Mfg . 41%
American Can . 85'%
American Car Fdy .... 44% 44%
American Roll Mill .... 32% 33
American Smelt, Ref 64% 65%
A T and T .156% 156%
American Tobacco B .. 72 71%
Anaconda . 35 35
Arm 111 . 14%
Atlantic Coast Line.. 51%
Atlantic Refinery .... 34%
Aviation Corp. 514 514
Baldwin . 17% 17%
Baltimore, Ohio . 13% 13
Barnsdall . 31%
Bendix Aviat . 32%
Beth Steel . 89^ 90
Boeing Airp . 21% 22%
Borden . 43% 43-4
Budd Mfg . 11% 11%
Burl Mills .- 21%
Bur Add Mach .'.. 1414
Cannon Mills. 7514
CclSB J I .* ^
Caterpil Trac . 57% 58%
Ches and Ohio . 44% 4414
Chrysler . ^2 6^ a ,
PROPOSALS FOR
MUNICIPAL IMPROVEMENTS
CITY OF WILMNGTQN, N. C.
Sealed proposals will be received by the City'Counciloi the
TSss.’gssS!.»" ?n“.Seas«r.?
ton crane in Sweeney Pumping Station loca ted ml.he City or
Wilmington, N. C. All steel necessary and one 8 ton crane will he
furnished by the City of Wilmington. . ..biic
Plans, specifications and contract documents ai:e open to public
inspection or may be obtained at the office of t y S >
Citv Hall, Wilmington, N. C. A .
General Contractors are notified that An Act to ^ff^eral
the Practice of General Contracting , ratified by the Genera
Assembly of North Carolina on March 10, 1925, and as subsequently
amended, will be observed in receiving and awarding geneial
Each proposal shall be accompanied by a cash deposit or a
certified check drawn on some bank or trust company authorized
to do business in North Carolina, of an amount equal to not less
than Five (5%) percent of the proposal; or in lieu thereof a cash
deposit or certified check for Two (2%) percent and a bid bo
tor Three (3%) percent of the base bid; said deposit to be retained
in the event of failure of the successful bidder to execute the con
tract within ten days after the award, or to give satisfactory surety
as required herein. (North Carolina Public Laws of 1933, Section 1,
Chapter 400. and Michie’s North Carolina Code of 1935, Sections
'334 (0) 1 and 1316 (a). „ . , , .
Each proposal must be submitted on blank lorms provided and
enclosed in a sealed envelope, addressed to Gilbert F. Moiton,
Purchasing Agent, and marked “Proposal for Municipal Improve
I merits'. The City reserves the right to reject any or all bids or
accept the bid that appears to be to the best advantage of the
City of Wilmington.
No bid may be withdrawn after the scheduled closing time
l0r the receipt of bids for a period of 30 days.
Anv bid received after the scheduled closing time for the
receipt'of bids will be returned to the bidder, unopened.
By order of the City Council
of the City of Wilmington, N. C.
Gilbert F. Morton, Purchasing Agent
“. A. Loughlin, City Engineer
jLimington. N. C. ___
Coca Cola.
Coml Cred . 44 44
Coml Solv . 23%
Comwlth and South .. 3Vg 3%
Cons Vultee . 14% 14%
Cont Can . 36 35%
Corn Prod . 65 % 65 %
Curt Wright . 5% 5%
Curt Wright A. 18 13%
Dow Chem . 40%
Doug Aire . 61% 62%
Du Pont .189% 189
Eastman Kod . 45% 45%
Firestone . 50% 50
Gen El . 36 36
Gen Foods . 37% 37%
Gen Mot . 58% 59
Goodrich . 56 %
Goodyear . 46 46
Gt Nor Ry Pf . 39!
Int Harvest . 89% 89Vs
Int Tel and Tel. 12% 12%
Johns Manv . 44% 44
Kennecott . 46% 46%
Ligg and M B .
Loews . 19% 19%
Lockheed . 14% 15%
Lorillard . 17% 17%
Mont Ward . 58 58%
Nash Kelv . 17% 17%
Nat Bis . 31 31%
Nat Cash Reg . 39 39%
Nat Dist . 21% 21%
N Y Cent . 14% 14%
No Am Av . 9% 9%
No Pac . 20% 20%
Packard . 4% 5
Param Pic . 22% 22%
Penney J C . 42% 42%
Penn R R . 17% 17%
Pepsi Cola . 28% 28%
Phillips Pet . 59 59%
Pitt S and B . 9 9
Pullman . 52% 52
Pure Oil . 25%
Radio . 8% 8%
Radio K O . 11 Vs 14%
Rem Rand . 15% 15%
Repub Stl . 27% 27%
Reynolds B . 39% 35%
bears . 0074 00vs
Sou Pac . 4414 44
Sou Ry . 3714 38%
Std Br . 2814 27%
Std Oil N J . 73% 7414
Stewart War .
Swift ... 44% 33%
Tex Co . 57% 57%
Un Carb .104%, 104
Unit Airl . 21% 21%
Unit Aire . 24% 24%
Unit Corp . 3% 3%
Unit Drug .
Unit Fruit . 54
Unit Gas Imp . 23% 23%
U S Indus Chem . 41%
U S Rubber. 46% 46%
U S Smelt and Ref .... 4814
U S Steel. 72% 73%
Vanadium .
Va Caro Chem . 10 1014
Warner Pic . 13% 13%
West Un A . 24%
West El . 28% 28%
Woolworth. 4714 47
CURB
Can Marconi . 1%
Cities Service. 3714 37
Colon Dvms . 3%
El Bond and Share .... 13%
AIRCRAFT DEMAND
?ROPS MARKET
ncipal Markets To Close
On Mon
day
MEW YORK, Oct. 11—<&)—Be
nd for aircrafts and soecial
icks propped today’s short mar
t although many leaders ex
bited considerable rising reluc
mce.
Principal markets will recess
Tonday in observance of Colum
ius Day. Buying by profession
’s again was based partly on
vidends, earnings and hopes
lat the recent recovery will be
xtended. Foreign affairs and
'oubts regarding domestic econ
omy in the light of mounting
living costs inspired a certain
amount of selling. Aviations re
flected expectations of large
scale government orders.
Dealings, active at intervals
with low-quoted issues coming
out in sizeable blocks, frequently
slowed. While advances were
Unlisted
Securities
The following bid and asked prices are
obtained from the National Associa
tion of Secuirties Dealers. Inc. and oth
er sources but are unofficial. They do
not represent actual transactions, they
are intended as a guide to the ap
proximate range within which these
securities could have been sold (indicat
ed by the “bid”) or bought (indicated by
the “asked”) at the time of compilation
Oct. 9:
Description Bid Ask
Acme Alum A1 - 5 5-8 6 1-4
Acme Alum A1 Pfd -12 14 1-4
Alba Gt South Rail - 85 88 1-2
Albania Mills — 16 1-4 17
American Air Filter __ 14 1-4 15 1-4
Am Bakeries Co - 30 1-2 32 3-4
American Enka Corp — 80 83 1-2
Am La Fr Foa Corp 9 1-2 10 1-2
Am Tr Co., Charlotte _660 --
Am Yarn & Pro Co.11 11 3-4
Am Yarn & Pro Co 4% 90 93
Anderson Prichard Oil
Co 4 1-4% Pfd - 52 1-2 54
Auto Finance Co -38 1-2
Bassett Furntiure Indus. 29 1-2 31 1-2
Bausch & Lomb Optical 17 1-4 18 3-4
Bird & Son. Inc. -17 1-2 18 1-2
Blue Bell, Inc. -14 15
Buda Co _ 14 3-4 16
Butler’s, Inc. - 6 1-2 7 1^4
Butler’s, Inc. 4 1-2% — 21 1-2 -
Bank of Manhattan N. Y. 24 3-4 25 1-2
Buffalo Bolt Co —. - 14 15
Carolina Insurance Co - 26 28
Carolina Moun Tel Co— 2 5-8 2 7-8
Carolina Pwr & Lt Co 32 33
Caro Pwr & &Lt $5 Pfd.115 1-2 117 1-4
Chad Hos Mills, Inc. ... 6 1-2 7 1-4
Chad Hos Mills 4 1-2 Pfd 37 39
Chase Nat’l Bank ..... 35 1-4 36
Coble Dairy Prod 5%— 49 1-2 -
Colonial Stores. Inc. ... 23 3-4 25
Colonial Stores, Inc 4% 49 50
Cross Co - 1 1-2 2
Dan River Mills __ _17 3-4 18 1-4
Dan River Mills 4 1-2%_106 107
Dictaphone Corp _ 30 32
Dixie Home Stores - 24 25
Drexel Furn Co __15 15 3-4
Dwight Manufacturing _ 33 1-2 35
Edison, Thos A. “B” — 16 17 5-8
Empire Dist Elec Co. _ 14 1-2 16
Erwin Cot Mills .. _16 1-2 -
Erwin Cot Mills 6% Pfd.110 -
Foremost Dairies, Inc. _ 14 1-2 15 1-2
Foremost Dairies, Inc.
6% f'fci _ __ „ ol -
Funsten, R E _ 5 6
Gamble Brothers 6 3-4 7 1-2
Garfinckel, Julius - 18 19 3-4
Garfinckel. Julius 4 1-2
% Pfd _ 21 1-2 23 3-4
Garlock Packing Co 22 23 3-4
Georgia Hardwood Lum 14 3-4 15 3-4
Giddings & Lewis Mach 12 3-4 14
Gleaner Harv Corp _ 22 3-4 24
Gordon Foods. Inc_ 6 3-4 7 1-4
Great Am Indus _ 2 3-8 3
Grinnell Corp _ 29 1-2 30 1-2
Carolina Tel & Tel _154 -
Carolina Tel & Tel
Rights _21 1-2 23
Hanes. P H Knit (Par $5) 20 1-2 -
Houston Oil Field Mat _ 6 7
International Detrola _ . 9 1-4 10
International Textbook „ 10 1-2 11 1-2
Irving Trust Co _ 15 15 3-4
Jefferson Stand Life Ins 27 27 3-4
Kendall Co _ 40 40 1-2
Kearney & Trecker _ 15 1-2 16 1-4
Kingsport Press _ 10 1-2 11
Life & Cas. Ins. Co. ___ 18 1-2 19 1-2
Long Bell Lumber _17 1-2 18 1-2
McBee Co __ _ __ 7 1-8 7 5-8
May-McEwen-Kaiser 11 1-2 *° 1-2
Monumental Life Ins Co 39 42
Moore Handley Hdw 8 3-4 i 1-2
Mooresville Mills. Inc . 10 10 1-2
Morganton Furniture Co 15 3-4
Nat’l City Bk of N. Y. 41 42
Nat’l Cont 4 3-4% Pfd _ 60 1-4 61 1-4
New Britain Mach Co _ 29 31 1-2
N. C. Railroad Co. .-_195 -
Northwestern Nat’l Life
Ins o. _ 19 20
Occidental Life Ins Co._ 5 1- -
Ohio Water Serv Co. — 18 1 -2 20 1-4
3’Sullivan Rub Co. 3 3-4 4 1-4
O’Sullivan Rub $20 Pfd 17 19
Peninsular Tel Co. - 47 48 3-4
Peoples Sav Bk & Tr Co. 80 -
Piedmont & Northern .. 61 -
Pilot Full Fashion Mills _ 10 1-2 -
Red Rock Bot Co _ 7 8
Riegel Textile Corp _ 35 -
Riegel Textile $4 Pfd __ 94 96
Robertson, H H _ 39 1-2 41 3-4
Rose’s 5-10-25c Stores — 50 -
Rulane Gas Co _ 4 3-4 5 1-4
Rulane Gas Co 5 1-2 Pfd 50
Saco-Lowell Shops _ 44 45
San Carlos Milling - 8 1-2 9 1-2
Scott & Williams _ 22 1-2 23 1-2
Sec Life & Tr Co _60 -
Sec National Bank _ 28 28 1-2
Solar Aircraft Preferred.. 16 17 1-2
Sonoco Products Co _31 -
South Atlantic Gas __ _ 9 1-4 10 1-4
Southern Webbing Mills 9 1-4 -
standard forgings _ y 3-4 iu i-z
Standard Stoker _ 21 22 3-4
Stonecutter Mills _ 8 8 1-2
Stromberg Carlson 4%. 40 42 1-2
Talon, Inc _____ 39 41
Textiles, Inc _ 17 17 1-2
Textiles 4% Pfd _ 24 1-4 24 3-4
Thiokol Corp _ 2 1-2 3
Tidewater Power Co_8 8 1-2
Towmotor Corp _15 1-2 17
Twin-Coach SI.50 Pfd _ 27 1-4 28 1-4
United Transit _ 6 6 1-2
Victor Prod Corp _ 10 11
Virginia Elec & Pwr Co 16 1-8 16 3-4
Wachovia Bank & Tr Co. 62 64
Warner & Swasey Co.__ 11 3-4 12 1-4
West Point Manu Co __ 35 36
Wilmington Sav & Tr Co 49 -
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widely distributed near the close,
the losing column was well fill
ed. Transfers were in the neigh
borhood of 400,000 shares for the
two hours.
Touching peaks for 1947 were
Grumman Aircraft, Carrier Corp.
(on a brightening sales outlook)
Lima Hamilton (new), Lowen
stein, Allied Mills and Continen
tal Oil. Favored were Kroger
Co. (on a pleasing disbursement),
Douglas Aircraft, Bendix Avia
tion, Boeing, United Aircraft,
Lockheed, Southern Railway and
Caterpillar Tractor. Motors and
steels did little either way.
Backward at times were Great
Northern Railway, Chesapeake &
Ohio, International Harvester,
Deere, Dow Chemical, J. C. Pen
ney, U. S. Gypsum and Wool
worth.
LIVESTOCK
CHICAGO, Oct. 11.—tfP)_(US
DA)—Salable hogs 300, total 2,
300, campared week ago; bar
rows and gilts 25-50 higher,
some big weights over 400 lbs.
as much as 1.00 higher; sows
o0 to 1.00 higher, most up on
heavies.
Salable cattle 500 (estimated),
total not given; compared week
ago: Very erratic, unevenly
lower market on most killing
classes; receipts at twelve large
markets approximately 27,000
head larger than week earlier;
choice steers, yearlings, and
heifers steady to 50 lower; all
other grades unevenly 50 to
1.50 lower., medium to good
weighty shortfed steers off most;
nine loads strictly choice steers
with weight topped at 36.35; next
highest price 36.00; strictly
choice long yearlings 35.75,
-heifer yearlings 32.50; practical
outside grassy, weighty, good
grade steers 29.00; bulk 26.00
28.00; most good and choice
steers and yearlings 27.50-34.50,
choice western Nebraska 1491
lb. steers selling at 25.00 at
close; most good and choice fed
heifers closed at 25.50-30.00.
Most choice offerings during
week 31.00-32.00; medium steers
and heifers 25.00 down to 17.50
and below, cuttery and commoji
heifers sharply lower in sym
pathy with cows at 13.00-17.00;
beef cows 50-75 lower, canners
and cutters 25-50 off; outstand
ing western beef cows to 22.00,
but practical top 21.00; most
beef cows closed at 13.50-16.50,
cutters 13.00 down; bulls 25
higher, reaching 19.25: vealers
strong to 50 higher but heavy
slaughter cavlves weak to 1.00
lower at 27.50 down and 20.00
down respectively; stock cattle
active early but closed 25 lower,
LOCAL QUOTATIONS :
Furnished by Alien C. Ewln* A C®. --
Bid
Aviation Shares .50c- 5.43 5.90
ACL of Conn. 4 00a — 55 56 .
Boston Fund 2-16b - 20.15 21 71
Carolina Insurance 1.40a _ 26 28
Chase Nat’l Bk 160a ex
div 40c _- 35 3-4 37 M
McBee 40a _ — - - 7 1-8 I 5-8
Mass Inv Tr 1.89b ex div «.
26c _ 25.27 37.3*
National Tran Nw Stck .. 3 3-8 3 3-4
Peoples Sav Bk & Tr 3.00c 80 -—-—
Red Rocsk Bot line., Ga.» 5 1-4 6 1-4
Sec Nat'l Bank -80c_ 27 28 1-2
Standard Stoker 3 00c — 20 3-4 22 3-4
Tide Water Pwr Com 60a 8 1-8 8 5-8
Wilmington Sav & Tr 2.00c 49 -*
a. Indicated annual dividend rate
b. Income and profits dividends paid
in past 12 months
c. Paid in 1946.
The above quotations are nominal 9nd
are believed to be indications of the
price at which the securities may be
purchased or sold
good and choice yearlings 23.DO
25.00. outside 25.50 on yearlings
and 27.00 on weighty fleshy feed
ers.
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your windows and doors against told winter drafts,
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out removing windows or doors—all you need is a
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Weatherstrip win
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stalled with carpet
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Weather
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Tough water - re
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Steel Coal
Shovel
29'
Sturdily made of
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Coal
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Master-Mixxed Roof Cement,
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Kenmore 0.95
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