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DEC. 16, 1932_
STOCK SNARES
DISPLAY WEAK
TRADJNGRANGE
Steel Issues Again Meet
Selling; Sales Volume
Light.
Average Stock Prices
Average of thirty Industrial* for Thurs
day, by nigh 62 80, low 60 98, last 61.16, off
.77. Average of twenty rails 28.61, 27.69,
27 84, off .32. Average of twenty utilities
28 85, 28 05, 28 14, off .19. Average of
forty bonds 77.57, off .12
BY ELMER C. WALZER
United Press Financial Editor
NEW YORK, Dec. 16.—Stocks
and bonds moved irregularly at the
opening on the Stock Exchange to
day; the pound sterling rose a cent;
the French franc held at its 1932
low; cotton eased slightly.
Volume iif all markets was light,
without special feature.
Selling was resumed in United
States Steel preferred, the principal
weak spot Thursday. The issue de
clined to 59, off 1% from the pre
vious close. Steel common was
down 14 cent at 3114, later easing
from that level.
- Railroads generally held firm at
fractional gains, although Northern
Pacific, an exception, dropped nearly
2 points to 13'4. Utilities moved in
a narrow range.
Small gains were noted in Allied
Chemical, Union Carbide, Sears-
Roebuck, National Biscuit, General
Biscuit, General Electric, United Gas
Improvement and several others.
Bank Clearings
INDIANAPOLIS STATEMENT
—Dec. 16—
Clearing* $1,682,000 00
Debit* 4,931,000.00
, Foreign Exchange
(By Abbott, Hoppln St Cos.)
—Dec. 16—
Open.
Sterling, England $3.30>/*
Frapc, Prance 0390%
Lira, Italy 0512
Pranc, Belgium 1384
Mark. Germany 2378
Ouilder, Holland 4018
Peseta, Spain 0814
Krone, Norway Jn .1700
Krone, Denmark IXv... .1710
Yen. Japan ?..... .2100
Investment Trust Shares
(Bv Abbott. Hoppin & Cos.)
PRICES ARE TO 12 NOON C. S. T.
4 , —Dec. 16—
. _ . _ Bid. Ask.
Am Founders Corn com 75 87
Amr and Gen Sec (A) 2.50 5.50
Am Xnv Tr shares 1.00 1 25
Basic Induustrv shares 200 . .
Collateral Trustee shares (A).. 3.00 3.12
Corporate Trust (newt 1.60 1.70
Cumulative Trust shares 2.81 3.00
Diversified Trustee shares (A). 7.12 7.50
Fixed Trust Oil shares (At ... 6.37
Fixed Trust Oil shares <8)... 5.00 5.25
Fundamental Trust shares (At 3.00 3.37
Fundamental Trust shares ißt 3.00 3.25
Leaders of Industry (A) 3.00 3.25
Low Priced shares 2.25 2.62
Mass Inv Trust shares 14.25 15.75
Nation Wide Securities 2.50 2.60
North American Tr shares (53 1.78 1.85
Selected Cumulative shares ... 5.37 5.75
Selected Income shares 3.75 3.12
Shawmut Bank Inv Trust 2.00
Std Amer Trust shares 2.60 2.80
Super Corn of Am Tr shares.. 2.40 2.50
Trustee Std Oil (A) 3.25
Trustee Std Oil (Bl 3.12 3.12
IT S Elec LI <fc POW (A) 14.00 14.50
Universal Trust shares 2.17 2.25
INDIANAPOLIS STOCKS
AND BONDS
(By Newton Todd)
The following quotations do not repre
sent firm bids and offerings, but Indicate
the approximate markets based on recent
transactions or inquiries to buy and sell.
, —Dec. 16-
Stock*
Bid. Ask.
Belt R R and Stkyds c0m.... 22 26
Belt R R and Stkyds pfd 45 50
Citizgns Gas com H 17
Citizens Gas 5% pfd 67 75
Jndpls Pwr Si Lt 6% pfd 57 62
Indnls Pwr Si Lt 6%% pfd... 63 68
Indpls Gas com 42 46
Indpls Water 5% pfd 90 96
Indpls Pub Welfare Ln Assn.. 47 52
Nor Ind Pub Serv 7% pfd .... 58 61
Pub Servos Ind 6 r „ pfd 28 32
Kub Servos Ind 7% pfd 34 38
So Ind Gas and Elec pfd.. 60 67
Terre Haute Elec 6% pfd .... 45 51
Ronds
Belt R R and Stkyds 4s 83 88
Citizens Gas 5s 1942 88 91
Indpls Gas 5s 1952 81 84
Indpls Rys 5s 1967 21 26
Indpls Pwr Si Lt 5s 1957 89 90
Indpls Water 4%s 1940 96 99
Indpls Water 5* is 1953-54..100 102
Trac Terminal Corp 5s 1957... 36 41
Joint Stock Land Banks
Fletcher 5s 66 70
Ft Wayne 5s 41 46
Lafayette 5s 37 40
Phoenix (K. C.) 5* 57 61
Chicago Stocks Opening
(By Abbott. Hoppin & Cos.)
—Dec. 16— ,
Bendix Avia.... B%llnsuU 6s 1940... 114
Cord Corp .... 6% Middlewost >4
Produce Markets
Deliwred In Indianapolis prices: Hens,
heavy breeds over 4'a lbs., ilc; under 4'a
lbs.. 8c: Leghorns. 6c: broilers, colored
springers. l'a lbs. up. 9c; barebacks and
partly leathered. 7c: leghorn and black,
l'a lbs. up. 6c: cocks and stags sc;
leghorn cocks. 4c. Capons, over 9 lbs..
15c: 8 to 9 lbs.. 13c; 7 to 8 lbs. 11c; 6
to 7 lbs.. 10c: under 6 lbs. and slips, 9c.
Ducks large white, full leathered and fat.
over 4 '2 lbs.. 7c: small and colored. sc.
Geese. lull leathered and lat. 6c; Young
guineas, each. 20c: old. 15c; Turkeys, choice
vouna hens. 8 lbs. up. 10c: choice vouna
toms. 12 to 18 lbs.. 10c: choice vouna toms
over 18 lbs.. 8c: choice old hens. 9c: choice
old toms. 7c; poor or crooked breasted. 4c.
Ebbs, approved buvina arades of Institute
of American Poultry Industries: No. 1,
30c: No. 2. 24c: No. 3.17 c: country run.
loss off. 20c. Butter. 22 to 23c; under
arades. 20 to 21c: butterlat. 18c. These
-rices *or healthy stock, free from lea'd.
No sick poultry accepted. Quoted by The
Wadley company.
BY UNITED PRf:<tS
CHICAGO. Dec. 16.—Baas—Market,
steady; receipts. 2.211 cases; extra firsts,
32c: firsts. Sic; current receipts. 29®30c;
dirties. 186124 c. Butter—Market, firm; re
ceipts. 7.681 tubs: specials. 24<®34 , ic; ex
tras, 2S , ;c: extra firsts. 2Sti23'ic; firsts.
22 l 'i<i.22 J c: seconds. 21®21>ic: standards.
23 l ic. Poultry—Market, steady; receipt*.
25 trucks: fowls. 106113 c: springers. 10ft
lie: Leghorns. 9c: ducks. 8#l0c: geese. 9c:
turkevs. 10® 14c: roosters. Bt*c: Leghorn
broiler*. B'yc. Cheese—Twins. IRiol2c;
\ouna America*. I2H6UBHC. Potatoes—
On track. 161: arrival*. 56: shipments.
423: no trading on account of the cold
weather: market, nominally unchanged.
NEW V&RK. Dec. 18—Potatoes—Active:
Long Island. 75ei*3.35 per barrel: New
Jersey, #1.40: Maine. #14(210 per barrel;
Idaho. #1.45412 per sack: Bermuda, JS.iOft
7; per barrel. Sweet potatoes—ln good
demand: Jersev baskbt, 65c51.15: south
ern basket, 40r.i75e Plour—Quiet; springs:
patents, *3.504/3.75 per barrel. Pork—
J?uiet; mess. *ls 25 per barrel. Lard—Firm:
Tnlddle west spot. #4.604/4 60 per 100
pounds. Petroleum—Firm: New York re
fined. 17c gallon; crude Pennsylvania.
>1 226 t 1.72 barrel. Grease—Easy; brown.
1% per pound; veliow, 1? per pound;
while, 2**4? 3 1 c per pound. Tallow—Easy;
special to extra. 2 , **i2’*c per pound. Com
mon hides—lnactive. Hides—City packer,
steady: native steers, s‘*c; butt brsnds.
6c: Colorados. 4'ic. Dressed poultry—lr
regular; turkeys. 13-.i2oc: chickens. 9i
17c: broilers, 12f/20e: capons. 144125 c:
fowls, 94118 c: ducks. 104116 c; Long Island
ducks, 184116 c. Live poultry—Steady;
?ee. 8® 14c: turkey*. 154jj20c; roosters,
o<2 lie: ducks. 9ft l#e; fowls. 14t19c;
chickens, 12ft 15c; capons. 14ft22c; broil
er*. 7si ific. Cheese—Quiet: state whole
milk fancy to special*. 16ft18c; Young
America. 13ft 19c. Butter—Market, firm;
/cents per pound) creamery, higher than
exttas, 266/26'ac: extra. 92 score 25Vsc;
firsts. 91 score 25c; first*. 88 to 89 score,
. 23'■*''/ 24c: second*. 22‘>4123c Eggs—Mar-
Ttet, irregularly higher; special packs. In
cluding unusual hennery seiectimi*, 87c:
st/ndardi, A#g raealpts.
33 ft 34^
New York Stocks
i*t Thomson Js McKinnon) 1
—Dee. 16—
Railroad*— Prev.
High. Low. 11:00 close.
Atchison 42 . 40’* 41 41 Vi
Atl Coast Line 22 <4
Balt dc Ohio ... 8% 10V*
Chesa St 0hi0... 2614 26 26 . 26
Chesa Coro lt
Can Pac 1114 13>4 111* 1314
Chi Grt West 2%
Chi N West 4% 414
C R I Ac P • 4
Dei l si w*% a*%
Del Si Hudson .. % 58’?
Erie s'a
Erie lit pfd 514 6
Great Northern.. 9*4 9 9 9'*
Illinois Central .... ... . -14'*
Lou Si Nash ... 22'4 22 22'4 23%
M-K & T .. ... s’ 6
Mo Pacific 314 3 S’* 3
Mo Pacific nfd •• • 5’4
N Y Central... 22 21% ,21%
NYNH&H 14% I|l*
Nor Pacific 1514 15 15 15V*
Norfolk & West 11414 1141*
0 4W
Pennsvfvanla ... i5 14% i.4% 14%
Reading 31
Seaboard Air L. .. ... • 14
So Pacific 18-4 17% 17*4 18
Southern Ry ... 6 5% 5% 5%
St Paul ... ... 11?
8t Paul pfd .... 2% 214 2'/a 2%
St L Si 8 F
Onion Pacific .. 7214 7114 72 72%
M/abash 1%
west Pacific • 1
Equipments—
Am Car Si Fdy i 6V 61a
Am Lomotive ..' • ... 5%
Am Steel Fd ... 614 6%
Am Air Brake Sh . 10% In’*
Oen Am Tank.. 16% 16% 16% 18%
General Elec . . 16% 15% 15% 16%
Gen Ry 3ignal 14%
Liam Loco v ... 10%
N Y Air Brake 9
Pullman 20 20
Westlngh Ar B. 12% 12%
Westingh Elec.. 28% 28 28% 28%
Rubbers—
Firestone ... 13% 13%
Fisk ... % %
Goodrich 5% 414 4% 5
Goodyear 16 15% 18 16%
SIMBr..:: •* •* -* i
Motors—
Auburn 47% 46% 47% 4714
Chrysler 18% 16*4 16% 16%
General Motors.. 13% 13% 13% 13%
Graham Paige 2%
Hupp .*.. ... 2%
Mack 22
Marmon 114 1!%
Nash 13% 13%
Packard 2% 2%
Reo 1% 2
Studebaker 5 4% 5 5
Yellow Truck ... 3%
Mot dr Access—
Bendix Aviation. 1014 10% 10% 10%
Borg Warner .. 9 8% 8% 9
Briggs 5
Eaton ... 6
El Auto Lite 19%
El Storage B 24
Houda 2
Sparks W 1% ...
Stewart Warner 3.% 3
Timken Roll ...a 1614 15% 15% 16%
Mining—
Am Metals 3’/*
Am Smelt 1314 13 13% 13%
Anaconda Cop... 7 6% 6’4 • 7
Alaska Jun 13% 13%
Cal Si Hccla 2%
Cerro de Pasco.. 6% 6 6'4 614
Dome Mines ... 12% 12 12% ...
Freeport Texas.. 2514 25 2514 24%
Great Nor Ore 6%
Howe Sound 6%
Int Nickel 8 7’4 7% 8
Kennccott Cod... 8% 8% 8% 8%
Magma Cop , 8%
Miami Copper.. 2% 2 2(4 ...
Nev Cons 4%
Noranda 16% 16%
Texas Gul Sul., 23% 23 23% 23*4
Amerada 20% 21%
Atl Refining I*% 15%
Barnsdall 4 4 4
Houston 3%
Indian Refining 2
Sbd Oil 18% 18*4
Mid Conti 5
Phillips 514 5 5 5%
Pure Oil 3"
Roval Dutch ... .. ... 18*4 13 a
Shell Un 5% 5% 5'4 5%
Simms Pt %
Cons Oil ....... 5% 5% 5% 5%
Skpllv .. ... 3 5 •. •
Standard of Cal’. 24V* 23% 23% 24%
Standard of N J 30% 29 29 29%
l?xa7 a co."’is* 13% 13%
Union ,OU 10% 10%
Steelr—
Am Roll. Mills.. .. , ... 8% 9
Bethlehem 15% 15% 15'4 15/2
Rvers AM M ... ••• 13 4
Colo Fuel 9 5%
Cruc Steel J
Inland _ •. < , ••• v,..
McKeesport Tin. 45 44% 45 44%
U CP S Üb Steef 5 ..:"3i% 30*4 30 % 31'4
Vanadium I7 *
Youngst S Si T 11
Tobacco* —
?°oS B) Nek 6i% *6% ’60% 6?-4
L°g n Olivers B. 57% '56% 56% '57
T.orillard .. . ... 13*74
Reynolds Tob... 30 2914 29% 31%
Un'itbd % V*
Utilities— ...
Adams Exp ••• 5% 8,2
Am For Pwr 7% 7 _ 7,2
Am Pwr & Li... 81a 7*4 7% 8
AT&T 107% 107% 107% 107%
Col Gas & E 1... 16% 15% 15% 16
Com & Sou 2% 2% 2% 2 4
Cons Gas 59% 59% 59 4 59,*
El Pwr & Li.... 6% 6 2 6% 6%
Inti T & T 7% 7% 7*4 7%
Lou Gas & E 1... .. ... ••• *8
Natl Pwr & Li. 15% 15 15 15%
No Amer Cos 29% 29 29 29 / 4
Pac Gas & El.. 30 29% 29% 29%
Pub Ser N J 52% 51% 53% 51%
So Cal Edison.. .. ... ... 25%
Std G& El 14% 14 14% 14%
United Corp ... 9 8% 9 9%
Un Gas Imp ... 20 19% 19% 19%
Ut Pwr & L A... .. ... ••• 3%
West Union .... 31% 30% 31 30*4
Am h ln?l &orp .. .. ... 7% 7%
N Y Ship 2% 2% 21* 2 4
Inti Mer M pfd 1%
United Fruit i. ... 23%
Foods—
Am Sug 23'4 23%
Armour A ,1%
Cal Pkg 9% 10%
Can Dfy 9V 8%
Childs Cos 4%
Coca Cola 73
Cont Baking A. .. ... ... 4%
Corn Prod 53% 53 53 53%
Crm Wheat 26 25% 26 25*4
Cudahy Pkg • 22% ...
Cuban Am Sug 1% 1%
Gen Foods .... 24% 24% 24% 24%
Grand Union 51*
Hershev 56
Jewel Tea 28
Kroger 17% 17 17% 17
Nat Biscuit .... 40% 39% 401* 40%
Natl Dairy 18 17% 18 18'4
Purity Bak 7%
Safeway St 40% 39% 40% 39%
Std Brands ... 15 14% 15 13%
Druis—
Cotv Inc 3% 3%
Drug Inc 33% 33% 33% 33%
Lambert Cos ... 33% 34%
Lehn & Fink..) 17
Industrials—
Am Radiator .. 7% 714 714 7%
Bush Term ... 3V* 3%
Ceitainteed IV* IV*
Gen Asphalt 714
Otis E'ev 11% 11% 11% 11%
Indus Cfccms—
Air Red 60% 59 60 58%
Allied Chem .... 82% 81% 81% 811*
Com Solv 10% 10% 101* 10%
Du Pont 38% 38% 38% 38%
Union Carb ... 26% 25 s * 26 26
U S Ind Asco... 26* 26 26% 26%
Retail Stores—
Assoc Dry Gds 4%
Kresge S S • ■. 10%
May D Store * 12% 12
Mont Ward .... 14 13% 16 14
Penny J C 25% 25 25% 25%
Schulte Ret St.. .. ... 1% I'4
- THIS CURIOUS WORLD -
yjfw I ffWFW MA6e A 200-POOTJUMP FROM a burni.no
V THE BACK OF A
|| || THE natives sleep on mer/ mats,
' ft|lfi|||| *Wi WHILE ALL ABOUT THEM FLOURISH THE
T/W i KAPOK WHICH FURNISH THE
|| j TsA f,ne S]lkc^^ /^^^ /fa/caa/
* /. iOUND TRAVELS FOUR TIMES AS PAST
through WATER AS THROUGH AIR
AND FIFTEEN-TIMES as fast
*Y NBA SCWVtCC me.
Sears Roe 21% 20% 20% 21
Woolworth 35% 35% 35% 35%
Amusements—
Bruns Balke 2%
Eastman JCod .. 57% 56% 57 57%
Fox Film A 1%
Grigsby Qru %
Loews Inc 52%
Parana Fam 2 1% 2 1%
Radio Corp 5% 5% 5% S'*
R-K-O 3% 33 3%
Warner Bros ... 1% 1%
I Miscellaneous—
City Ice &Fu 1% 11%
Congoleunj 8% B'4
Proc Si Gam 291* 29%
Allis Chal ... 7% 7%
Am Can 55% 55*4 55% 54%
J I Case 43% 42% 42% 43%
Cont Csn 39% 39 39% 39%
Curtiss Wr ... 1% 13.
Gillette SR .... 19% 18% 18% 18%
Gold Dust 15% 153.
Int Harv 23 22% 22% 22%
Int Bus M 90 \ 90
Real Silk ... e ga*
Un Arcft 28% 26% 26% 26’,
Transameric* .. 5 4’4 5 5
New York Curb
* (By Thomson & McKinnon)
—Dec. 16—
.. - 11:00 11:00
Alum Cos of Am 51%!1nt Pete 10%
Am Cynamid .. 4 Midwest Util ... %
Am Oat & Elec 30%.Mt Prod 3%
Am Lt Si Trac. 17% Nia Hud Pwr .. 15%
Asso Gas Si El 7% Niles 5
Can Marconi .. 1 Penroad 1%
Cities Bervlce .. 2*; St Regis Paper.. 3%
Cord .... ... 6>4 Sel Indus 1%
El Bd & Share. 19V* So Penn Oil ... 12%
Ford of Eng... 3% std of Ind 22%
Goldman Sacns. 3% Un Verde 2%
Hudson Bay ... 2% un Fndrs 1
Humble Oil .... 4514
New York Bank Stocks
(Bv Thomson Si McKinnon)
—Dec. 15—
_ . Bid. Ask.
Bankers 68% 70%
Lrooklvn Trust 175 190
Central Hanover 152 156
Chase National 35% 37%
Chemical 38 40'
Citv National 45 47
Corn Exchange 71 74
Commercial 148 158
Continental 19 21
_impire 24 26
I First National . 1.555 1,605
: Guaranty 332% 337%
lining 23% 25%
Manufacturers 29% 31%
Ncv- York Trust 95% 98 %
Public 29*4 31*4
Union Title , 33% 35%
New York Liberty Bonds
Liberty 3%s ’47.. .*???.. *f7T. 102.
Liberty 4(4s ’47 102.3
Liberty 4th 4%s ’3B 103.23
Treasury 41*s ’52 109.14
Treasury 4s '54 105.23
Treasury 3’4s ’56 103.25
Treasury 3%s ’47 101.4
Treasury 3%s ’43 (March) 101.18
Treasury 3%s ’43 (June) 101.28
Treasury 3'/*s ’49 98.7
Treasury 3s ’55 96.22
In the Cotton Markets
CHICAGO
—Dec. 15-
High. Low. Close.
January 6.09 5.95 5.95
March 6.21 6.07 6.07
May 6.32 6.19 6.19
July 6.42 6.28 6.23
October 6.61 6.44 6.44
December 591
NEW YORK
January 6.04 5.85 5.85
March 6.17 5.99 5.99
May 6.28 6.09 6.10
July 6.37 6.18 6.18
October 6.55 6.36 6.36
December 6.03 5.85 5.85
Chicago Fruit
By United Press
CHICAGO. Dec. 15.—Apples—Michigan
Jonathans, bushel [email protected]; Spies, bush
el sl® 1.15; Mclntosh, bushel sl.2s<h 1.40;
delicious, bushel $1.25; Greenings, bushel
90c&$1.10; Baldwins, bushel 90c(ft$l.
Births
Boys
William and Iva Dismore, Coleman hos
pital.
William and Clara Zobbe, Coleman hos
pital.
Charles and Corena Hornbeck, Methodist
hospital.
Francis and Dolores Polley. Methodist
hospital.
Ralph and Maude Reece, Methodist hos
pital.
Norval and Bertha Thompson, 2747
Madison.
Leonard and Op£(l Thomas. St. Vincent’s
hospital. •
Henry and Anny Rippe, St. Vincent’s
hospital.
James and Catherine Carr, St. Vincent’s
hospital.
Henry and Beulah Hill. 1215 Brookside.
Ansel end Estelle Stamm, 528 North
Elder.
Dexter and Gladys Davis, 1407 Blaine.
Albert and Bertha Clark, 406 Earhardt.
Monroe and Maggie Jackson, 1920 Mar
tindale.
John and Julia McDonald, 30% West St.
Joseph.
Nicholas and Idella Brown, 2436 Paris.
Sterling and Nellie Weaver, 1739 Arrow.
Clifford and Bessie Engs, 962 West
Twenty-seventh.
Girl*
Charles and Elizabeth Reichert, Meth
odist hospital.
Richard and Helen Vance, Methodist
hospital.
Brett and Pauline Anderson, Methodist
hospital.
Kenneth and Doro\y Shelley, Methodist
hospigai.
George and Dorothy Wilson, Methodist
hospital
Alarvin and Louise Brummett, 124 East
Southern. •
Clarence and Mattie Landreth, St. Vin
cent’s hospital,
Frank and Meda Roth, St. Vincent’s
hospital.
Lloyd and Frances Barnett, 332 East
Raymond.
Henry and Beulah Hill, 1215 Brookside.
William and Effie Carr, 119 South
Liberty
Clifford and Bessie Criggs, 644 Russell.
James and Nina Kirkpatrick, 634 North
Blackford.
Fred and Cecil Lee, 1536 Ringgold
William and Lilly Brown, 566 Jones.
James and Hazel Shelby, 327 St. Paul.
Shelby and LaVerna Morgan, 1150 South
Randolph.
Harry and Martha Heffman, St. Francis
hospital.
Deaths
James Rhodes, 62. Hoefgen and Pleas
ant Run Blvd.. accidental.
Myrtle Perisho, 52, city hospital, bron
cho pneumonia.
Washington, 33. 773 West Twen
ty-fifth. broncho pneumonia.
George Abrams, 58. 716 Fayette, chronic
myocarditis.
Florence Ryan, 68. 520 East Vermont,
acute dilatation of heart.
Edith B. Watson, 17, city hospital, men
ingitis.
_ Frank M. Doerflin, 64, Methodist hos
pital, chronic nephritis.
Bertha J. Davis. 50, Methodist hos
pital, acute myocraditis.
Jackie Brady. 6, city hospital, septica
emia.
Lula May Hendricks. 54, 2123 Park
carcinoma
Mathilda Dahl. 71. 1347 Madison, mitral
regurgitation.
THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES
PORKER PRICES
SNOW GAINS ON
LIGHTJECEIPTS
Cattle Action Dull With Few
Changes; Sheep Move
Up.
Sub-zero temperatures indirectly
contributed to higher hog prices
this morning at the city yards.
Farmers held their offerings off the
market until travel was more com
fortable with the result only 3,000
porkers were available to buyers.
Demand forced values up 15 to 20
cents in all classes. The bulk of all
weights sold for $3.15 to $3.45.
Holdovers were 260.
Trade in steers was negligible in
the cattle market. She-stock showed
little change. Receipts were 400.
Vealers were steady at $6.50 down.
Calf receipts numbered 300.
Lambs were around 25 cents
higher, selling at $6.25 to lower.
Sheep receipts were 500.
Hogs at Chicago displayed a
stronger trend, with few early sales
on lightweights moving abound 10
to 15 cents higher than Thursday’s
average. General asking on other
kinds advanced mostly 10 cents. The
bulk of 140 to 180 pounds, was sold
at $3.15 to $3.35, while heavier
weights scaling 200 pounds was bid
in at $3.20. Receipts were esti
mated at 20,000, including 10,000 di
rect; holdovers 4,000. Cattle re
ceipts 1,000; calves, 500; market
steady. Sheep receipts 7,000; mar
ket mostly 25 cents higher.
HOGS
w? c - BwOu Top. Receipts.
10. [email protected] 3.35 $3.35 1,509
12. 3.13® 3.40 3.40 7,000
13. 3.00® 3.25 3.25 9 000
14. 2.90® 3.15 3.20 7,000
15. 3.00® 3.25 3.25 5.000
16. 3.00® 3.25 3.45 3,000
Receipts, 3,000; market, higher.
(140-160) Good and choice....s 3.45
„ —Light Lights—
(l6o-180) Good and choice..., 3.45
■ —Light Weights—
(lßo-200) Good and choice.... 3.45
(200-220) Medium and g00d... 3.40
.—Medium Weights—
(22o-250) Medium and g00d... 3.30® 3.40
(250-290) Good and choice 3.20® 3.25
—Heavy Weights—-
(290-350) Good and choice.... 3.15® 3.20
, . —Packing Sows—
,s2‘s2 0) Medium and g00d... 2.25® 2.90
(100-120) Slaughter pigs .... 3.45 ~
CATTLE
Receipts. 400; market, steady.
Good and choice $ 5.00® 675
Common and medium 2.50® 5.00
_ . J (1.100-1.800)
Good and choice 5.00® 6.75
Common and medium 3.50® 5.00
. . —Heifers—
Good and choice 4.25® 6 26
Common and medium 2.50® 4.25
_ , —Cows—
Good and choice 2.25® 3 25
Common and medium 1.75® 2.25
Low cutter and cutter cows ... I.oo® 1.75
CALVES AND VEALERS
Receipts, 300 j market, steady.
Good and choice ...$ 6.00® 6.50
Medium 3.50® 6.00
Cull and common 2.50® 3 50
_ . —Calves—
Good and choice 4.00® 5.00
Common and medium 2.50® 4.00
„ , —Stocker and Feeder Steers—
Good and choice 4.00® 5.75
Common and medium 2.50® 4 00
„ J (600-1,500)
Good and choice 4.00® 5.75
Common and medium 2.50® 4.00
SHEEP AND LAMBS
Receipts, 500; market, higher.
Good and choice $5 5.75® 6.25
Common and medium 3.00 r 5.75
Ewes, medium ana choice [email protected] 2.25
Cull and common so® 1.25
Other Livestock
BY UNITED PRESS
CHICAGO. Dec. 16.—Hosts—Receipts. 20,-
000; including 10.000 direct: [email protected] higher
on light lights, others. [email protected] up and
packing sows about steady; 140-180 lbs.,
53.250x3.35; top. $3.35; 190-290 lbs.. $3.05
@3.25; pigs. [email protected]; packing sows. $2.15
@2.35: light lights. 140-160 lbs., good and
choice. [email protected]: light weights. 160-200
lbs., good and choice. [email protected]; medium
weights. 200-250 lbs., good and choice. $3.10
's3*2s; heavy weights. 250-350 lbs., good
and choice. [email protected]: packing sows. 275-
500 lbs., medium and good. $2.10© 2.60;
slaughter pigs. 100-130 lbs., good and choice,
[email protected] Cattle—Receipts. 1.000; calves,
500: general market at standstill; demand
very limited: indicated bulk of steer and
yearling crop will be carried for next
week's market: small receipts urgent ne
cessity early next week: practically all
weights steers and long yearlings. $1 lower
for week and not wanted at the decline.
Slaughter cattle and vealers—Steers, 600-
900 lbs., good and choice. [email protected]: 900-
1100 lbs., good and chcAfce, [email protected]; 1100-
1300 lbs., good and choice, [email protected]:
1300-1500 lbs., good and choice. [email protected];
000-1300 lbs., comtnon and medium. [email protected]
4.50: heifers. 550-850 lbs., good and choice,
[email protected]: common and medium, [email protected]
common and medium. [email protected]; low cutter
and cutter, $1.25 @2; bulls, yearlings ex
cluded. gtod and choice, beef. [email protected];
cutter to medium. [email protected]: vealers, milk
fed. good and choice. *s©<6: medium. $4
@5: cull and common. [email protected] Stocker and
feeder cattle—Steers. 500-1050 lbs., good
and choice. [email protected]; common rnd medium.
[email protected] Sheep—Receipts. 7.000; few sales
strong to unevenly higher: big killers re
sisting advance; good to choice native
lambs. $5.50©6: holding closely sorted kinds
upward to $6.50. Slaughter sheep and
lambs—Lambs. 90 lbs. down, good and
choice. [email protected]; medium. [email protected]; all
weights common. [email protected]: ewes, 90-150
lbs., medium to choice. [email protected]: all
weights, cull and common. [email protected] Feed
ing lambs: Feeding lambs. 50-75 lbs., good
and choice. $5®5.50.
FT. WAYNE, Dec. 16.—Hogs—Market 15c
higher: 140 lbs. down. $3.25: 140-200 lbs.,
$3.45: 200-250 lbs.. $3.35; 250-300 lbs., $3.25;
300-350 lbs., $3.15; roughs, $2.50: stags,
$1.50; calves, 6.50; ewe and wether lambs,
$6: bucks, $5.
EAST ST. LOUIS, Dec. I*.—Hogs—Re
ceipts, 5,500: market, active; unevenly 15c
to mostly 25c .higher than Thursday's av
erage: top, $3.45: 150-200 lbs.. $3.35©3.45;
210-230 lbs., $3.20473.30; 240-300 lbs.,
|[email protected]; packing sows-quotable. [email protected]
2.50. Cattle—Receipts, 900; calves, re
ceipts. 700; market, no early steers sales;
vealers steady to 25c lower; top. $6.50;
other classes on a clean-un basis with
not enough sales worth mentioning; a few
sausage bulls. $2©2.50. Sheep—Receipts,
1.500: market not established; indications
about steady; lambs. 90c lbs. down, good
and choice, ss© 5.75; medium, $4©5.50:
all weight commons. s3©4; ewes, 90-150
lbs., medium to choice sl©2; all weights
cull and common, [email protected]
CLEVELAND Dec. 16.—Hogs—Receipts,
600: holdover. 112: mostly 10c higher: pigs
to 250 lbs.. $3.50: 260-300 lbs.. $3.25. Cattle
—Receipts, 100: practically nothing done;
demand narrow for predominating kind
grading medium downward. Calves—Re
ceipts. 150: vealers. steady to strong; spots.
50c higher: good ,0 choice. $6.50 to most
ly $7: odd
[email protected] Sheep—Receipts. 800: steady;
lambs. s6© 6.25: strictly choice scarce; com
mon to medium, [email protected]
PITTSBURGH. Dec. 16.—Hogs—Receipts.
3.000: market, steady. 10c higher: 140-230
lbs.. $3.65© 3.75 : 240-300 lbs.. $3.40© 3.60;
nies. [email protected]; packing sows. [email protected]
Cattle—Receipts, 50: market, unchanged:
medium to good steers, yearling minted
[email protected]: common to medium heifers.
[email protected]: beef cows. *2.25© 3.25; bulls.
[email protected] Calves—Receipts. 100; market,
steady; choice vealers. [email protected] Sheep—
Receipts. 1.000: market steady: better
grade lambs. $6©625: mixed lambs. $5.25
(STS 75; heavyweights. [email protected]: common to
medium, *8.25® 4.85.
TOLEDO. Dec 16.—Hogs— Receipts. 100:
market. 10c higher: too S3 15©3.25; mixed
$3.15© 3.25: bulk. $3.1!M|3.36: pigs, s3©
3.10; roughs, $2 [email protected] Cattle—Receipts,
75: market steady. Calves—Receipts, light;*
market, strong: choice to extra, [email protected]:
fair to good. [email protected] Sheep and lambs
receipts, light: market, steady; spring
lambs, $453 5.50.
EAST BU'T'ALO, Dec 16 Hogs—On
sale. 2.400: active; strong to 10c higher:
desirable 140-207 lbs.. $9 70 few*. $3.75:
220-240 lbs.. $3.5003.60; 160-300 lbs., *3 25
@3 50. Cattle—Receipts—l7s: steady: me
dium steers. $5 25: common. $♦ 25: cutter
cows. $1.26©2. Calves—Receipts. ‘600; veal
ers active; strong to 50c higher; good to
cho‘ee. *7: odd heads $7.50; common and
medium. $4.50©6. Sheeo—Receipts, 300; j
lambs steady to shade higher; dependable''
outlet; good to choice fed westerns'lenient- !
ly sorted, $6.25; few decks. $6.40; com
mon and medium, $5.50© 3.75.
By Times Special
LOUISVILE. Dec. 16.— Cattle— Receipts,
i5: barely steady at week's decline; bulk '
common and medium steers and heifers,
[email protected]: best eligible around, $5 50; beef
cows and bulls mostly $2.50 down: low
witter* end cutters. 75c© *1.75. Stockers
and feeders Quotable mostly [email protected] Calves
—Receipts, loo; steady; good and choice.
$505.50: medium and lower grades. $4
down. Hoga-'-ReceiDt*. 500: 15c higher:
175-340 lbs., *3.45 : 245-295 lb*.. 33.20; 300
lbs up. 33.00: 170 lbs. down. *3.35: sows.
*2 50 and stags. *1.55. Sheep—Receipts.
50: steady: bulk medium to good lambs.
$5©5.25: choice eligible. 35 So or better;
lower grades. *4 down: fat ewes. sl6 2.
Thursday s shipments none,.
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The City
in Brief
AUiance Francaise, luncheon, Wash
ington.
Indiana Hotel Association, convention,
all day, Claypool.
Indiana Caged Bird Association, show,
all day, Denison.
The Scientech Club will meet for
luncheon and election of officers
and directors in the Columbia Club
Menday. C. A. Trask is president.
Reduction of war debts in return
for armament cuts by European na
tions was recommended as the
policy the United States should fol
low Thursday by Dr. W. T. Morgan
of the Indiana university history
department, speaking before a
luncheon of the Advertising Club in
the Columbia Club.
December meeting of the Indiana
section of the American Chemical
Society will. be held at 8 tonight
in the Severin, with Dr. E. W.
Reid of the Carbide and Carbon
Chemicals Corporation speaking on
“Recent Commercial Developments
in Aliphatic Chemistry.” A dinner
honoring Dr. Reid will be held at
6:30.
Two bandits who boarded a Peo
ple’s motor coach bus on Thursday
night at Emerson avenue and Tenth
street, robbed the driver, Lawrence
Shepman, 30, of 25 North Highland
avenue, of sl2.
Tobacco and cigaretS valued at $8
were stolen Thursday from a whole
sale grocery truck stopped at In
diana avenue and California street,
where the'driver, Ray Woodruff, 826
South Pershing avenue, was making
a delivery.
Fire Thursday caused damage es
timated at SSOO to a combined home
and grocery at 1947 Ludlow avenue,
owned by Frank Lautif. The blaze,
originating from sparks falling on-a
roof, did not damage furnishings,
firemen said.
Accused of forging a charge ac
count at a downtown department
store, Tmiothy Shea, 23, of 720 North
Delaware street, is held by police
today on charges of false pretense
and vagrancy.
Realization that expansion of the
country is “slowing down” must
come with a period of readjustment
if the railroad problem is to be
solved, Professor L. C. Sorell of the
University of Chicago, told mem
bers of the Indianapolis Traffic
Club at a dinner on Thursday night
in the Columbia Club'.
Marriage Licenses
John Paul Adams, 27, of 907 Pleasant
Run boulevard, south drive, and Hallie
Tussle, 28. Antlers, stenographer.
Shirley Troxel, 23, of 116 McLean place,
truck driver, and Marjorie Miller, 21, of
1324 West Twenty-third street.
Arthur, M. Thurston, 23, of 1324 South
Kealing" avenue, machinist, and Alice
Leigh, 18. of 129 South Oriental street,
BAW SUGAR PRICES
Dec. 15
. Hish. Low. Close.
January 71 .69 .69
March 75 .73 .73
Mav 79 .78 .78 I
July 84 .83 .83 !
September 90 .88 .88 i
December 74 .68 .68
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Ripley’s “Believe It or Not” which
appeared in Thursday’s Times:
The Oldest Triplets—The old
est triplets were born Aug. 14,
1858, in’ Big Lick, Va. (now
Roanoke), and at the age of
7 moved to Northfork, W, Va.,
After an absence of sixty-seven
years, they returned to the old
home town as guests of the Roan
oke Chamber of Commerce in
October, 1932.
Isaac Griffith and his sisters,
whose married names are Mrs)
Jane Mills and Mrs. Mahalia
Riley, now live in Maybury, W.
Va. •
. Saturday: “A Female Hermit.”
Indianapolis Cash Grain
—Dec. 15—
The bids for car lots of grain at the call
of the Indianapolis Board of Trade, f. o. b..
shipping point, basis 41‘/2c New York rate,
were:
Wheat—Steady; No. 1 red. 39%®40%c:
No. 2 red. 38%@39%c: No. 2 hard. 39®40c.
Corn —Steady: No. 3 white. 15%®16%c;
No. 4 white. 14%®15%c: No. 3 yellow,
15%@16%c: No. 4 yellow. 14%®15%c: No.
3 mixed. 14%@15%c: No. 4 mixed. 13 %®
14 I‘2c. 1 ‘ 2 c.
Oats—Steady; No. 2 white. 12%@13V4c;
No. 3 white. 11’,4®12V4c.
Hay—Steady: <F. o. b. country points
taking 236 c or less rates to Cincinnati or
Louisville.) No. 1 timothy. [email protected]; No.
2 timothy. $5®5.50.
—lnspections
Wheat—No. 1 red, 2 cars; No. 2 red, 2
cars; No, 3 red, 1 car; No. 2 mixed, 1
car. Total, 6 cars.
Corp—No. 3 white, 5 cars; No. 4 white,
5 cars; No. 2 yellow, 3 cars; No. 3 yellow,
9 cars; No. 4 yellow, 13 cars; No. 5 yellow,
1 car; No. 4 mixed. 2 cars. Total, 38 cars.
6 cars; No. 4 white, 1 car; sample white,
1 car. Total, 11 cars.
CHICAGO CASH GRAIN
By United Press
CHICAGO, Dec. 15.—Cash grain dose:
Wheat—No. 3 hard, 46’4c. Corn (newt
No. 4 mixed, 22*/4c; No. 3 yellow, 23®
23%c; No. 4 yellow, 21%®28c; No. 4 white,
*|3c; (old) No. 2 mixed, 24Uc; No. 2 yel
low, 24%®24*/4C; No. 4 yellow, 23*4c. Oats
—No. t white, 16%c; No. 3 white, 16®
le’-ic; No. 4 white. 15®15'' 2 c. Rve —No
sales. Barley—2s®39c. Timothy—s2.2s®
2.50. Clover—ss.so®B.so.
TOLEDO CASH GRAIN
By United Press
TOLEDO, Dec. 15.—Cash grain close:
Grain in elevators, transit billing: Wheat
—No. 2 red, [email protected]; No. 1 red, lc prem
ium. Corn—No. 2 yellow, 29®30c. Oats—
No. 2 white, 20%®21%c. Rye—No. 2,
43’2®44' 2 c. Barley—No. 2. 32®33c, Track
prices, 28%c rate. Wheat—No. 2 red. 46%
@47c; No. 1 red, 47%@48c Corn—No. 2
yellow. 24%®25%c: No. 3 yellow. 23'%®
24c: No. 4 yellow. 22%@23c; No. 5 yellow,
21®22c. Oats—No. 2 white, 17'/ 2 @18%c;
No. 3 white, ' 16%®17%c. Seed close:
Clover—Cash, $5.50; December. $5.60.
Alsike—Cash. $5.85; December. $5.85. Pro
duce: Butter—Fancy creamery, 28c. Eggs
—Extras. [email protected] Hay—Timothy, per
cwt., 80c.
'NEW YORK COFFEE
—Dec. 15—
Rio
High. Low. Close.
March 5 82
May 5.83 5.65 5.83
July 5.49 5.43 5.49
September 5.36 5.31 5.35
December 6.00 5.96 6.00
Santos
March 8.54 8.45 8.50
May 8.14 8.10 8.14
July ..8 7.92 7.92 7.92
September 7.80 7.80 7.80
December 9.50 9.45 9.47
In the Air
Weather condition at 9 a. m.:
Northeast wind, 6 miles an hour;
temperature, -2; barometric pres
sure, 30.67 at sea level; general con
dition, high, thin, overcast, smoky,
sun dimly visible; ceiling, unlimit
ed; visibility, 1 mile; field, good.
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RIPLEY
DOW-JONES
SUMMARY
Imports into Canada during November
totaled $37,769,047, against $45,968,181 in
November. 1931, and exports $45,944,520.
against $57,486,950.
Daily average volume of reserve bank
credit outstanding during week ended
Dec. 14, amounted to $2,194,0(5),000, a
decrease of $15,000,009 from previous
week, but $288,000,000 over like 1931
week.
Southern Railway Company in October
reported net loss of $245,775 after charges,
against net loss of $378,263 in October,
1931; ten months net loss totaled $lO,-
507,095, against net loss of $4,139,579 in
first ten months of 1931.
Humble Oil and Refining Company and
Carter Oil Company cut crude oil prices
15 to 25 cents a barrel in mid-continent
and Texas fields.
Jersey Central in October showed net
loss of $50,228 after charges, against net
income of $86,516 in October. 1931; ten
months net loss amounted to $1,443,464.
against net loss of $62,510 in first ten
months of 1932.
Atchison system in ten months ended
Oct. 1, 1932, earned $4.13 a share on 5
per cent preferred stock, against $5.69
a common after preferred dividends in
first ten months of 1931; October net
income amounted to $2,129,794 after
charges, against $2,900,973 in October,
1931.
International Telephone and Telegraph
Company In September quarter reported
net loss of $1,125,274 after charges, against
net loss of $93,860 in previous quarter
and net income of $1,151,684 in September,
1931 quarter; nine months net loss
amounted to $1,379,948, against net in
come of $6,591,978 in first nine months
of 1931.
Railroad Credit Corporation Thursday
authorized $9,190,225 in loans to carriers
in need of fund* to meet fixed charges.
Income tax receipts during first fif
teen days of December were $16,358,234,
against $25,577,269 for same period of
December last year, according to treas
ury figures.
Northern States Power Company de
clared the regular quarterly dividend of
$1.50 on class A common stock, payable
Feb. 1. of record Dec. 31.
INDIANAPOLIS WAGON WHEAT
Cifv grain elevators are paying 39c for
No. 2 soft wheat. Other grades on their
merits.
‘PASSING OF PLATEMS
BANNED AT CHURCH
Action Is Taken to Avoid Embar
rassing Visitors.
By United Press
BUFFALO, N. Y., Dec. 16.—Per
sons who have remained away from
services in St. Paul’s United Evan
gelical Cathedral because of their
embarrassment pt not having any
money to drop in the plate, need
do so no longer, according to Dean
Samuel Whitney Hale, who an
nounced that passing of the plate
would be discontinued.
“I believe there are many who
remain away from church because
they feel embarrassed when the
plates are passed and they have
nothing to contribute,” Dean Hale
said. "We don’t want, them to
feel that way. Every one is wel
come.”
BUILDS FLAPPER PLANE
Connecticut Man Plans to Imitate
Flying of Birds. #
NEW LONDON, Conn., Dec. 16.
Man is still trying to do his flying
like a bird—with muscular *ffort.
Willard Blain, local inventor, has
perfected an ornithopter, or flap
ping wing machine.
It has a span of twenty-two feet
and only weighs forty pounds. The
pilot lies horizontally the machine
and moves his arms to make the
wings flap.
Thomson & M'Kinnon
Brokers
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LOWER CABLES
SEND FUTURE
DOWN
July Wheat Sets New Low
Record for the Year;
Corn Dips.
BY HAROLD E. RAINVILLE
United Press Staff Correspondent
CHICAGO, Dec. 16.—A sharp
break to anew record low level at
Liverpool put pressure on wheat as
the Board of Trade opened today
and prices dropped H to % cent
with July setting anew low for the
year.
There was little in the news over
night but the English market was
reported to have placed a bearish
interpretation on the government
crop report.
Support Is Lacking
Support was lacking at the start
and trade was light. Com eased with
wheat and was % to U cent lower.
Oats was % to cent lower but
July equaled its season’s low. Rye
was % cent lower. Provisions were
slow but firmer.
Liverpool took a sharp dip after
opening, fairly steady and broke %
to 1 cent, on a gold basis to 44%
cents for March,’ the lowest since
1588. For the past two days, Win
nipeg has been setting new low
levels and American prices are now
more than 10 cents over any other
exporting country.
Cash Com Dull
The narrowness of the wheat
market has been restricting action
in corn. Trade is largely between
locals. The cash movement from
the country is small.
Oats is dull with com and almost
devoid of interest. The market ap
pears to have assumed a waiting
attitude.
-• —
Chicago Primary Receipts
—Dec. 15-
Wheat 357.000
Corn 226.000
Oats 173,000
Chicago Futures Range
—Dec. 16-
WHEAT— Prev.
High. Low. 10:00. close.
May 46% .46% .46% .47%
July 47V* .46% .46% .47**,
CORN—
May 27 .28% .26% .27
July 28% .23% .28 V* .28%
OATS—
May 17% .17 .17 .17%
July 17% .17% .17% .17%
RYE—
May 33% .32% .33 .33%
July 33V* .33% .33'% .34V*
By Times Special
CHICAGO. Dec 16—Carlots: Wheat, 9:
corn, 70; oats, 18; rye, 0. and barley, 7.
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