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JAN. 3, 1033
Basketball Notes
I F AC,I E GAMER AT "Y"
BMketbiJl
L*ag .6 will n# resumed tonight *t |ne
Y M C A sm Kith the Siem* Cmb I
tak.r.g th* p'*<-e of !h. S' *nd M Oarage s
iMm ,n p the.r first gam* ***' n!, i j
th* Skars-Roeburk quin-et. Th* njconfl .
gum. oft! ■ - 'nine *■! be p.av*!d be- !
tV.cn :h* Order of rvMKlav and Mal
lories W. ill am H Bioric flie will play an
exhibition game a.a:n*t tn Y M U. A. :
Dragons. Play will start at . 30.
B if!?-sort a ill moot, th* strong
I nr; ? tlS p la Wizards at Bridgeport ,
Wed:.- Br rizoport Cardinal* will ;
n'a- p v.nfi'ld in >he feature tilt. Card- i
Inal* >err defeated in a free scoring con
te*‘ T,-r- f. the Irvington Trojan* i
Mnn'dav card* desire a game for Jan. |
II V Bridgeport Writ* nr call Fred j
Brand? 1015 College avenue, ho. 312. or
RI 6019.
t— h nr.anoli* Invaders will meet Hnlg j
' r at Sacred Heart high whom
gym T ,r"iav nigh- in a feature game |
In-ade-s ra ' a strengthened imeup and;
vn ; * ' v.e to book fa*', teams having
.. .. m , .. Call TA 5*44. ask for |
Ed Hot- Trinity and Kirshbaum. notice, j
v, e .ie Are-- lost their fourth game of |
the - close 37 to 31 rie
r; -or to Ma-’er Paint, ant! Body five Mon
rl-i Burr and Moore starred for the
winners and Signor and Murray for the :
loners
Si Pat* plaved improved bail to hold
the strong G. to J Tire quintet to a 36 j
to 37 derision. I' was the. best game of |
Ite"season at Pennsv gym Both teams
dp [i i '.eel fir.e passing attacks and close
guairirng kept the score down. Adams j
sic.pocri ;$t Pats under the basket and i
superior height gave Tires an edge on
offense Kenny Dawson, Beplay and woods .
ri; erl twentv-foiir point , for St. Pats, j
wiuie Reed and_Coflin played welt on de
fer e citizens Gas, Morris Plan and
English Avenue Boys' Club were winners
m other games at Pennsy.
O'Hart Sans will meet Cra wfordsviHe
Casket Company at Brookslde gym
Wednesday at 9p. m Sans lost to Cas
ket company Friday at th* winners' gym.
Sans will present a revamped lineup
Wednesday and hope to gain revenge.
Makowski and C Clemens, forwards.
Hughes, center, and Knelling and Cle
mens. guards, will be in Sans starting
lineup, with Reath. Green. Sanders, Cul
len, Ross and Bader also ready for action.
Lavne and Cline forwards, Thompson,
center, Soshe and Hedge. guards, and
Crane and Dooley as utility pastimerg are
included in the Casket company lineup.
Old Trails five would like to hook games
on Saturday nights with teams willing
to share gvm costs Call Ch. 4960, ask
for Hank or write 462 North Wolcott street.
Irvington Trojans downed the battling
Bridgeport Cardinals In a fast and rough
game Monday, 35 to 25 Trojans led at
the half. 21 to 7. Thursday night Trojans
play Morgantown at old Butler gym at
8 p. m. A preliminary game will start
at 7 p. rn,
Ohrlslamore A C.s play Flashes tonight
at 7 p. in. in a Christamore House League
game At 8: Flnckviile opposes Memorial,
and at 9, Comets battle Speedway Comets
are leading the loop, with A C.s trailing
by one game. Yates, stellar guard, was
named captain of A. C.s A game is
wanted foi Saturday night, on opponents
floor. Cal! Be!. 1175 and leave number.
Crawfordsvlile Casket Company added
three more victories to its list last week,
defeating Romney Cards, O'Hara Sans and
Naval Reserves Casket company plays
Sans a return game Wednesday at Brook
side gym. CTrnwfoi dsvllle is anxious to
hook games with fast teams. Write Harry
Hvbarger, Casket, company, Crawfordsvlile.
Morris Street Girls desire games with
girls learns playing in the 17-19-year-old
class, at Morris gvm for Monday nights.
Call Dr. 3093-R, ask for Esther.
Bluesteln A C s added another victory
to their long string bv defeating Crimson
Cubs. 17 to 13. in the Sunday Riverside
Olympic League. It was the first meeting
of Hie club? The winners exhibited ac
curate shooting from the field. The A.
C s hnvp \<mi thirteen gntnes and lost two.
Strong city and state trams desiring games
call Talbot 7022 any day before 6 n. nr.
or write Alvin Baker, 726 Russell avenue.
Standard Grorerv, St. Pats. O-Hara Sans
and William H Block five take notice.
Cage Scores Monday
COLLEGES
Butler. 36: Drake. 12.
Temple, 29: Colgate. 25,
Syracuse. 31: Michigan. 2R.
Ohio State. 46: Kentucky 30,
lowa State Teachers, 23. lowa State Col
lege. 29.
Minnesota. 32; Nebraska. 22.
.Alabama. 43; Tennessee. 15.
Kansas. 34. Stanford, 28.
Toledo university. 36; Oherlin, 29.
Loyola iChieagoi, 38: Centenary. 29.
Washburn. 36: Haskell. 31.
Washington iSt. Louis'. 40: Chicago. 22.
North Dakota. 53; Dakota Wesleyan. 52
(overtime >.
Oklahoma. 39: Southern Methodist, 31.
", Santa Clara, 32: California. 17.
HIGH SCHOOLS
Sullivan, 22: Dugger. 13.
Wiley 'Terre Hautei. 17; Garfield (Terre
Haute). 12.
BLIND TOURNEYS
At Lafayette
Delphi. 23: Jefferson. 19.
Lebanon. 25: Frankfort. 24.
Jefferson. 18; Frankfort. 12 (consola
tion i.
Dclohl, 40; Lebanon. ?4 (final!.
At Vincennes
Memorial (Evansville). 27; St. Mary's
(Huntington). 18.
St. Simon's iWashington). 32; Gibault,
Gibnult, 28; SI. Mary's, 14 (consolation).
St. Simon's. 22: Memorial. 19 (final).
At Munrle
Anderson. 29; Logansport, 21.
Mum ip. 25; Kokomo. 15.
Logansport.. 22: Kokomo. 11 'consolation).
Anderson. 26. Munrle. 20 (final!.
Fight Results Monday
AT NEW YORK Vince Dundee. 158.
Newark. N, J, defeated Franta Nekolnv.
156, Crecho-Slovakia. (10i; Mike Belloise.
123. New York, defeated Petev Hnyes. 127
New York. <Bi. Nick Scialnba. 121. Chi
cago. defeated Johnny Mauro. 122, New
York. < 41.
AT MILWAUKEE Wis.-R.ay Miller. 139.
Chicago . dcrisioned Johnnv Dato. 130,
Pittsburgh. (10). Frank O'Brien. 164,
Hartford, knocked out Tait Littman, 169
Milwaukee. (2i.
AT CHICAGO Harrv Dublinskv, Chicago
lightweight, decisioneri Prince Saunders.
Chicago. 110' Ray Tramblie. Rockkford.
11l knocked out Bob Groshek. Garv, Ind .
'4l Snllv Dukelskv. Chicago, drew with
Puggv Weiner. Chicago. i6'.
AT WHEELING. W. Va. -Stanley Wil
liams, Martins Fern Pa 128. decisioned
Joe Elreno. Pittsburgh. 125. in six rounds.
AT PORTLAND. Ore.--Young Firpo.
Burke. Idaho, light henvvwight, trimmed
Leo Lornski of Aberdeen. Wash., in ten
fast rounds.
AT COLUMBUS. D, Jimmv Mack. Phil
adelphia featherweight, left jabbed his
way to a ten-round decision over Marty
White of Philadelphia. Stumv Jacobs.
Norfolk. Va . thumped Tommy Conway,.
Philadelphia welter, in ten rounds.
AT BUFFALO. N. Y A right to the
chin in the fifth round gave Steve
Halaiko a knockout triumph over Joe
Hall, Buffalo Negro lightweight.
AT PITTSBURGH—BiIIy Holt. Home
wood. Pa , welter, hammered out a ten
round triumph over Manuel Quintero.
Tampa, Fla. veteran
AT COLUMBUS. O Titter Kid Walker.
Zanesvil:. Negro lightweight, dropped a
ten-round decision to Johnny Romans of
Milwaukee.
AT FARGO. N. D -Dick Daniels. Minne
apolis heavyweight., defeated Tommy
Pruett of Brookings,’ S. D., in six rounds;
Frankie Knauer. Milwaukee welter,
stopped Howard Shiek of Fargo in two
rounds.
AT KANSAS CITY - George Manley.
Denver light heavyweight, spotted Pat
Hayward of Kansas Citv fourteen pounds
and then handed his big rival a bad
lacing in twelve rounds.
HEINLEIN AT STRAUSS’
Young Golfer Tunis Pro to Handle
Indoor School.
Bill Heinlein former state ama
teur golf champiwn and later a
semi-professional playing for what
prize money he could win, an
nounced today he will become a
full-fledged professional at the
links game and will begin teaching
golf Wednesday at L. Strauss &
Cos.
. Nets, practice putting greens and
other golf equipment have been in
stalled in the store in addition to a
full line of clubs which Heinlein
will have in his charge.
CHURCH CLASS TO OPEN
Leadership Training Course to Be
Conducted for South Side.
Leadership training school of the
Methodist church for south side
resident* will open tonight in the
Morri* Street Methodist church,
with the Rev. C. R. Fitz as dean
and Miss Geneva Horton as regis
trar. Courses in the life of Christ,
teaching methods and missionary
work, wiU be offered.
WHEAT SHOWS
STRONG TREND
IN DULL TRADE
Light Buying Adds Firmness
to Corn: Oats Little
Changed.
BY HAROLD F.. RAINVIIXE
United Pre*s St(T Correapondent
CHICAGO, Jan. 3.—Wheat started
the new year with a fractional gain
as the Board of Trade opened today.
Trading was light, but the unexpect
edly strong Liverpool cables brought
in fair buying. There was little
pressure in evidence at the start.
Stocks were dull, hut firm.
Corn took its trend from wheat
and was firm on scattered buying
with offerings light. Oats was firm,
but slo . with the other grains in
active.
At the open.rig wheat was %to ->i
: cent higher, corn was U to % cent
higher and oats unchanged to %
cent higher. Provisions were steady.
President Milnor of the grain
stabilization corporation announced
that there would be no change in
the holding policy and that the farm
board wheat would still be held off
the market.
The firmness in the cash situation
is attracting a great deal of atten
tion and this with the adverse con
ditions in the southwest are ex
pected to offset depressing in
fluences which might arise else
where. The weather was colder in
Canada and the American north
west. Liverpool was much stronger
than due and was M to % cent
higher at mid-afternoon.
With December out of the way
and receipts at record low levels the
trade looks for a strong tone in the
corn market unless wheat comes un
der the influence of unexpectedly
bearish developments.
Little change in prices are made
in oats.
Chicago Primary Receipts
—Dec. 31—
W heat 490,000
° at * 141,000
Chicago Futures Range
WHEAT— ' Jan ' 3- p rev
, High- Low. 10:00. close.
May . .45% .44*, 45 447.
•' U) V 45 1 b .44% .45 .44%
B %rn- *’• • 45 '* '*
Ma.V 26% .26'4 .26' 4 .26%
TiH 27, ‘ - 27, ‘
July :: 16T> lfi • 16 ’- ■>
RYE— " " 8
Mav 32% 32' j .32% -73
Ju *y 32 1 2 .32'’, .32 1 2 ,32's
CHICAGO CASH GRAIN
By United Brant
un^ 1I . CA i?O. P ec 31 - —'Cash grain close:
Wheat—No sales: No. 2 red quoted l®3c
5 over May; No. 2 hard quoted ’^lc over
May Corn -No. 4 mixed. 21%® 22%c: No
* r°w- 23 1 44/ 24c; No. 4 yellow. 22 1 .,®
N,°- 5 y®l? w . 22'ic; No. 3 white,
23 2C. No 4 white, 22*4C (old) No. 2 2
v-e How, 24 I ..'n 2:>o: No. 2 white. 25c. Oats—
xr W 4 itP u- No. 3 white. 15'-.'<i>
16c, No. 4 white, 15c. Rye—No sales. Bar
-iTmUso. Tlmoth y-* 2 '25' !t 2.50. Clover
B.i/ Time* Special
CmCAGO, Jan. 3—Carlots— Wheat, 2;
corn, 58; oats, 18; rye, 0, and barley, 9.
INDIANAPOLIS WAGON WHEAT
*jn Cit o V r f ? ir l.^ lo ',' ntor V are oa'-tni? 38c for
merits S ° ft wtleat Other grades on their
Produce Markets
Delivered in Indianapolis prices: Hens,
heavy breeds over 4% lbs., 11c; under 4%
i 8 ;: Leghorns, 6c; broilers, colored
r ,V .J hs ' S p ' 9c; Leghorn and
i 5 bs , u , p ' 6 „ c: ca P° n s. 9 lbs. over,
15c, 8-9 lbs 13c; 7-8 lbs., 11c; 6-7 lbs..
L",'. under 6 lbs., redheads and slips, 9c.
Cocks and stags, 4c; Leghorn cocks. 4c.
Ducks, large white, F. F. and F„ over 4%
lbs., 6c; small and colored, sc. Geese F.
Yo “ n k guineas, each 20c;
5 C ' Turkeys, choice young hens, 8 lbs.
up, 10c; choice young toms, 12-18 lbs.. 10c;
choice young toms over 18 lbs., 8c; choice
old hens 9c; choice old toms, 7c; poor or
crooked breasted. 4c. Eggs—No 1 24c
No. 2,20 c; No. 3.16 c. Butter—26®27c un
dergrade*. 24®25c; butterfat, 23c. These
fl l r healthy stock free from feed by
wadley Company. *
P.Y UNITED PRESS
CHICAGO. Jan. 3.- Eggs Market., steady
o firm, receipts 2.600 cases: extra firsts.
22.- r * First n. 29*30: current receipts. Sofa
2,'.r: dirties. 20®23c. Butter- Market
easv; receipts .9.968 tubs: specie's 224,
-2 =c. extras. 21%c: extra firsts. 21#
-1 <r. ersts, 20%®20%c; seconds. 19®
* ,andßrds ' 2, ' jr ' Poultry- Market,
steady to firm: receipts. 34 trucks; fowls
11 "13c; springers. ll' -bi 12c: Leghorns 8c :
ciurks. 7%®9%c: geese, ,9c; tutrkevs. 10®
15c. roosters. 7%c; Leghorn broilers. Bc.
Cheese Twins. 11%®12%c; voting Ameri
cas. 12®12%c. Potatoes—On track 189
arrivals 171: shipments. 1.521: market'
dull: Wisconsin Round Whites. 75®80e-
Idaho Russets. $3.15® 1.25: Michigan Russet
Rural.V . I5, 1 ® "7%c; Colorado McClures.
$1 22%® 1.30.
Births
Girls
William and Florence Sutton. 2371 Gale.
Leroy and Jeannette Lewellen. 1458
South Richland.
Charles and Bel! Stader. 3624 Rockville
road.
George and Malva Titte. city hospita.
Curtis and Dora Scott, citv hospital.
Keith and Louise Marsh, citv hospital
Sylvan and Ora Phillips, citv hospital
Clarence and Zella Sleets, ntv hospital.
Ben and Bonnie Rogers, citv hospital.
Burl and Elizabeth Foxworthy, city hos
pital.
Clarence and Flossie Furtee. citv hos
pital.
John and Nora Boylan, city hospital
Harold and Harriet Squires, city hos
pital.
Fred and Evelyn Newnum. 1338 North
Ga le
William and Gertrude Gar!, 1423 Jones
John and Daisy Ellis. 2354 Le Grande.
Albert and Ruby Ricketts, 1328 East
Eleventh.
Sam and Lena Ellis, 969 Coe
James and Thelma Smith, 813 West
n inut.
Burton and Lillian Carter. 1118 Oliver.
Tasco and Pricella Whitlock. 1415 North
senate.
Harrv and Cora Wolfe. 1130 Deloss.
John and Mary Wheat. 1923 Hovev.
Waiter and Marguerite Smith. 1438 Astor.
Charles and Bertha Dillon. 3656 West
Tenth.
Tony and Sallv Wright. 119 North Noble
David and Epnice Long. 1506 North Sen
ate.
Ernest and Edith Jackson. 1738 Parker.
E.mer and Goldabeiie Shepart. 250 South
State.
Isaac and Marv Keen. Methodist hospital,
Donald and Elsee Clavwell. 1025 Eugene.
C areme and Marguerite Wurster. 1026
North Tacoma.
Crovdon and Viola Roberts. 304 North
Grant.
Basil and Lorene Baldwin. Coleman hos
pital.
Bovs
Edward and Isla Dusang, 2818 Station.
Lewis and Marv Lawrence. 7 East Tabor.
Elmer and Edith Lowery, citv nospital.
Paul and Lela Copvsv. 750 East Mc-
Cartv.
Trevor and Nancy Bacon 735 Favette.
Deaths
Bessie Engs, 42. city hospital, epidemic
spinalmeningitis.
Sylvia Ann Sutton. 60. St. Vincent's
hospital, acute nephritis.
Shirley McGuire Hild. 48. Methodist hos
pital. carcinoma
Emil Fertig. 77. 1935 North Illinois,
angina pectoris.
Lillie E WatttS. 64. 462 Hnugh apoplexv.
Joseph Jarrett. 4 2732 Martlndale,
arteriosclerosis
Alice A Prather. 80. 2020 West New
York, lobar pneumonia.
Elizabeth Spitrnagel. 62. 2749 Madison,
pernicious anemia.
Henry Slutsky. 71. Methodist hospital,
carcinoma
Wilhelmina A. Moeller, 71, 1441 South
State, hvpostatic pneumonia
Anna Fostrom 80 522 North New Jersey,
influer.sa.
Ellen I. Hinton, 50. 2437 Northwestern,
mitral insufficiency.
Maria Hale Femruss. 58. 613 West
Vermont, cardiac asthma
Martin H Higgins. 61, 631 Coffer, car
cinoma.
John L Palmes. 15. 605 North Euclid,
cerebral embolism
Isabelle Bair 70. Methodist hospital,
cerebral hemorrhage
Henry J Barker, S3, 5207 North Capitol,
broncho pneumonta.
Howard King. 57. 1859 Taiiman. arterio
sclerosis.
Tilford D Mathena. 48 Long hospital,
intestinal obstruction.
Ella Birmingham, 65, 1515 Montena.
chronic mvocarditis.
Gertrude R. Smith. 41. 428 South Oak
land broncho pneumonia.
Boyd Martin, 37, city hospital, miliary
tuberculosis.
New York
Stocks
“”(Bt Thomaon * McKinnon
* —Jan 3
Railroad*— . „ Prev
High. Low. 11:00, close.
Atchison ....... 40 1 2 39 39 ! 4 40'
AH Coast Line . 1 7 ! 17- 17 U
Bait to Ohio . . S'** S s * S' 2 B*4
Chesa to 0hi0... SS’s 26 ! 2 26'2 27
Chesa Corp 15 lakl 1
Can Pac 14 ! 2 14 ] 4 14U 14’a 1
Chi Grt West 2’ 2*x
Chi N West 3'4 3 5 * 3*4
C R Ito P • 3*B ...
Del Lto W 21V, 21 21 21 1 2
Erie Ist pfd s’a s*B
Great Northern. 8 7*i B*'b 7*4
Illinois Central., 11", HN 11% lHa
Lou & Nash .... 22 21H 21'. 22
M K to T 5% 5*4 5 7 s 5*4 ;
Mo Pacific ... 3
Mo Pacific pfd.. 4*B 4’-a 4'j 4‘ 2
N Y Centraf .... 18Va 17 17 18
NY NH to H 13* a 14
Nor Pacific .... 13** IS 1 . 13% 13%
Norfolk to W T est. .. . . 114
Pennsylvania ... 14% 13* 13’g 14%
So Pacific 18 1/ g 15 15 16
Southern Ry.... 5 4% 4 T 5 j
St Paul . • •, . - • I'/?
S' Paul pfd 2% 2'j 2*-j 2'j ,
Union Pacific. . 71*4 69*. 69% 70%
\V Maryland 4% j
West Pacific ... ... l'/a j
Equipments—
Am I/icomotive S’a s*B :
Am Steel Fd s*. 5%
Gen Am Tank. .. .. 17 !
General Elec. .. 15 14*8 14 1 /, 15%
G-n Rv Signal,. 13'A 13% 13% 13'.
Press Stl Car 1%
Pullman 19% 19% 19% 18%
Westingh Airb.. 12% 11*4 12% 11%
Westingh Elec... 27*8 27% 27% 27%
Rubbers—
Goodrich 4% 4%
Goodyear 14Va 14 14 14%
U S Rubber 4Va
Motors—
Auburn 50% 49 49 49%
Chrysler 16% 16% 16% 16%
General Motors.. 13% 12% 13 13%
Graham-Paige 2% 2
Hudson 5 4*4 5 4%
lliipD ... ... 2 ' B
Mack 15%
Nash 13*4 13% 13V, 13%
Packard ... 2% 2%
Peerless 1
Reo ... ... I*4
Stulebaker 4% 4*4
Yellow Truck 3%
. .Motor Access—
Bcndix Aviation. 10 9% 9% 10%
Borg Warner 8% 8%
Briggs 4% 4%
Budd Wheel 1% ...
Eaton ... ... 5%
El Auto Lite 18 18%
Houda ... 2 1%
Motor Wheel 3
Murray Body ... ... 3
Sparks W 1%
Stewart Warner 3% 3%
Timkin Roll 14% ...
Mining—
Am Metals ... 4
Am Smelt 12% 12V, 12% 12%
Anaconda Cop .. 7'% 7% 7% 7%
Alaska Jun 13% 12%
. Cal to Hecia .. . .. ... 2% 2%
: Cerro de Pasco. .. ... 6% 6%
i Dome Mines .... . ... . . 12%
I Freeport Texas.. ... 25 25
i Gra nby C0rp...... ... 5
'Great Nor Ore.. .. ... .. 7
’ llo' Sound ... 6 5% 5% 6
' Int Nickel ~ ... 8%
Initiation '2% 2% 2% 2%
1-1 Crk Coal 13
; Kcnnecott Cop.. 9% 9 9 9%
Magma Cop 6%
I Miami Copper .... ... ... 2%
, Nev Cons ... ' '5
' Noranda ... ... 18
Texes Gul Sul... 22% 22 22 22%
Oils—
Amerada ... 20% 21%
! Atl Refining ... 17 16% 16% 16%
Barnsdall ... ... 4
Houston ... ... 2*4
iS’ cl Oil ... 19% 20
1 Mid Conti 4’b 4% 4% 4%
| Ohio Oil . 6%
Pan-Amer B ... ’ 12
Phillips 5 4% 5 4*B
Pure Oil .. 3%
Roval Dutch 20%
Shell Un 5% 5%
Cons Oil 5% 5%
Standard of Cal. 24% 23% 24% 24%
Standard of N J 30% 30% 30% 30%
Soc Vac ... ... 7%
Texas Cos 14 13'/, 13% 14'%
Steels—
Am Roll Mills.. 14% 14 14 14%
Byers AM ... ... 13 Vi
Colo Fuel ... 5% ...
Cruc Steel 16 15% 15% ...
Ludlum 35%
McKeesport Tin.. .. 45
Midland ... 6 ...
Repub I&S ... 5% 5%
U S Steel 28% 26% 26% 27%
Vanadium 12'%
Youngst S & T. 10 9% 9% 9%
Tobaccos —
Am Tob (A) New 54 53% 53% 54
Am Tob (Bi New 55% 55% 55% 55%
Lig to Myers B. . 51% 51% 51% 51%
Lorillard 1174 11% 11% 12%
Reynolds Tob .. 27 26% 27 27%
United Cig %
Utilities—
Adams Exp 4% 4*4 4% 5
Am For Pwr .... 6% 6% 6% 6%
Am Pwr & Li... 8 7% 7% 774
AT&T 104% 102% 103% 104%
Col Gas & E 1... 16 15% 15% 15%
Com & Sou ... 2Vz 2*2
Cons Gas 587* 58'% 58% 58%
El Pwr & LI 6%
Gen Gas A ... 1% 1%
Inti T & T 7% 6% 6% 7
Natl Pwr & Li 13*4
No Amer Cos .. . 29'% 38% 28% 29%
Pac Gas & E 1... 31 30% 31 31'%
Pub Ser N J 53'4 53
So Cal Edison .. 25% 25% 25% 25*%
Std G & El 13% 13' 1374 1374
United Corp 974 8% 9 8%
Un Gas Imp ... 20 20
Ut Pwr & L A 3% 3
West Union 27% 25*4 26% 26*4
Shipping—
-1 Am Inti Corp ... ... 77%
1 N Y Ship 1% ...
United Fruit . . 24 23% 23% 23%
Foods—
Armour A 1% 1%
Cal Pkg ... 9 9%
Can Dry B*4 9
! Coca Cola ... ... 75
I Corn Prod 54% 53% 53*4 53%
j Crm Wheat ... ... 26
I Cudahy Pkg 22
i Cuban Am Sug .. ... ... 1%
; Gen Foods 25%
I Hershey ... ... 57%
Jewel Tea 26%
Kroger 17% 17
Na' Biscuit . . . 39% 38 38 38*4
Natl Dairv 17% 17% 17% 17%
Purity Bak 7'4 7%
Safeway St 40407 2
Std Brands ! 15% 15
Drug*—
Cotv Inc 4 4
Drug Inc 36*4 '36 36 36%
Lambert Cos ... 29%
Lehn & Fink ... lg
I Industrials—
.Am Radiator ... 7% 6% 6% 7%
1 Otis Elev ... .. in.
iUlfn 17b
Indus Chems—
|Air Red go'4
I Allied Chem 83% 80% 81% 82%
; Com Solv ... 10% 10%
'Du Pont ... ... 37%
: Union Carb 26%
| U S Ind Alco'.' ... ... 26
i Retail Stores—
-1 Assoc Dry Gds 4 4%
I Kresge S S 10% 10
1 Mav D Store 12% 12%
I Mont Ward . . 13% 12% 12% 13%
| Penny J C 24% 24 %
I Sears Roe 19 18*4 18% 19%
; Woolworth .... 35% 35% 35% 35%
Amusements—
i Eastman Kod 54%
! Fox Film A 1%
Grigsby Gru 1
Loews Inc 20% 19% 19% 19%
Psram Fam ... ... 2
Radio Corp s** 5 5 5%
R-K-O 37s 3*s
Warner Bros ... .. . . 1% 1%
Miscellaneous—
Citv Ice to Fu. 11
Congoleum 8
Proc & Gam 29% 29*4
Allis Chal 6% 6*4 6*4 6%
Am Can 55% 54 54% 54%
J I Case 41% 39% 39% 41
Cont Can ... ... 39
Curtiss Wr .... 2% 2 2 2%
Gillette SR ... 18 17% 17*4 18
Gold Dust 15 14%
Int Harv 21*4 21 21% 21%
Int Bus M ... 89
Un Arcft 26% 25% 25% 26
Transamerican . 5*4 5% ■ 5% 5%
Owens Gians 34 33*4
New York Curb
By Thomson & McKinnon
—Jan. J
Aim Cos of Am 44 Hudson Bay .. 2%
lAm Super Pwr 4%'Nt Prod 3
; Ark Gas A 1% Nat Inves . ... 2’*
Can Marconi . 1% Newmont Min. 15%
Cent Sts Elec 2% Nia Hud Pwr . 15%
Cities Service . 2% Penrod 1%
! Cord 6*4 St Reg Paper.. 3
! Elec B &S. .. 18 Std of Ind 21*8
i Goldm'n Sachs 3% Un Lt to Pwr.. 3%
1 Great A&P 145% Ut Pwr 1%
Gulf Oil 26%- Un Fndrs 1%
New York Bank Stocks
(By Thomson & McKinnon)
—Dec. 31—
Bid. Ask.
Bankers 70% 72%
Brooklyn Trust 158 173
j Central Hanover 147 151
Chase National 34% 36%
Chemical 35% 38%
City National 42% 44%
Corn Exchange 71 74
Commercial 155 165
I Continental 17% 19%
Empire 23 25
'First National’’. 1,520 1,570
Guaranty 338 343
I Irving 23 25
Manufacturers 29% 31%
' New York Trust 98 101
Public 27% 29%
Title 7 30 33
New York Liberty Bonds
—Dec. 31—
I Liberty 3%s '47 102 10
Liberty Ist 4%s '47 102.8
Liberty 4th 4%s 38 103 22
Treasury 4%s '52 109 27
Treasury 4s 54 106 20
Treasury 3%s '56 104.16
Treasury 3%s '47 102.4
Treasury 3%s '43 (March) 102.7
Treasury 3%s '43 (June) 102.8
Treasury 3%s '49 99 12
Treasury 3s '55 v 97.17
THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES
FIRM DEMAND
CARRIES SWINE
VALUESHIGHER
Cattle Trade Undeveloped
With Some Bidding
Lower.
Slight increase in demand carried
hog prices up 5 to 10 cents this
morning at the Union stockyards.
The bulk, 100 to 300 pounds, sold for
$2.85 to $3.15. Early top held at
$3.15. Receipts were estimated at
6,000. Holdovers were 98.
In the cattle market steer trade
was undeveloped with some bids
lower than Monday. She stock
showed little change. Receipts were
1.200. Vealers were steady at $6.50
down. Calf receipts numbered 500.
Native lambs were steady at $6
down in the sheep market. Noth
ing done on westerns. Receipts
were 2.500.
A firmer tone was shown in hogs
at Chicago, while prices advanced
around 10 cents above Monday
average. Bidding on 190 to 210
pounds held around $3.10 to $3.15;
best kinds were higher, and heavy
weights scaling 220 to 250 pounds
sold at $2.90 to $3. Receipts were
estimated at 18.000, including 7,000
direct; holdovers, 3,000. Cattle re
ceipts numbered 7,000; calves, 1,000;
market, steady. Sheep receipts
were 11,000; market, strong.
HOGS
Dec. Bulk. Top. Receipts.
28. 82.90® 3.35 $3.35 4,000
29. 2 85® 3 30 3.30 4.000
30. 2.85® 3.20 3.20 4.000
31. 2.80® 3.15 3.15 1.000
Jan.
2. 2.75® 3.10 3.10 3.000
3. 2.85®. 3.15 3.15 6,000
Receipts, 6,000; market, higher.
(140-160) Good and choice $ 3.15
—L-isht Lights—
(l6o-180) Good and choice 3.15
—Light Weights—
-0 80-200) Good and choice ... 3.15
(200-220) Medium and g00d... 3.05® 3.10
—Medium Weights—
(22o-250) Medium and g00d... 2.95® 3.05
1250-200) Good and choice... [email protected] 2.90
—Heavy Weights—
(29o-350) Good and choicce... 2.80® 2.85
—Packing Sows—
(3so-500) Medium and g00d... 2 00® 2.40
(100-120) Slaughter pigs „ 3.15
CATTLE
Receipts. 1.200; market, steady.
Good and choice $ 5.25® 7 00
Common and medium 3.00# 5.25
(1.100-1.800)
Good and choice 5.00® 7.00
Common and medium 3.75® 5.50
—Heifers—
Good and choice 5.00® 6.50
Common and medium 3.00# 5.00
—Cows—
Good and choice 2.75® 3.50
Common and medium 2.00# 2.75
Low/ cutter and cutter cows.. I.oo# 2.00
—Bulls (Yearlings excluded)
Good and choice beef 2.75# 3.50
Cutter, common and medium. 1.75® 2.75
CALVES AND VEALERS
Receipts. 500: market, steady.
Good and choice $ 6.00# 6.50
Medium 4.00® 6.00
Cull and common 3.00® 4.00
—Calves—
Good and choice 4.00® 5.50
Common and medium 2.50® 4.00
—Stocker and Feeder Steers —
Good and choice 4.00® 5.75
Common and medium 2.75® 4.00
'6OO-1,500)
Good and choice 4.00# 5.50
Common and medium 2.75# 4.00
SHEEP AND LAMBS
Receipts, 2,500; market, steady.
Good and choice $ 5.50® 6.00
Common and medium 3.00® 5.50
Ewes, medium and choice... 1.25® 2.25
Cull and common [email protected] 1.25
Other Livestock
BY UNITED PRESS
CHICAGO. Jan. 3.—Hogs—Receipts, 18.-
000. including 7,000 direct; active, 10#20c
higher: heavies up most; 150-220 lbs.. s3®,
3.15; top $3.20: 230-280 lbs., $2.85®3.05;
290-350 lbs.. 52.60® 2.85: pigs. 52.75®3;
packing sows mostly $2.20® 2.35; light
lights, 140-160 lbs. good and choice, s3®
3.20; light weight 160-200 lbs., good and
choice. s3® 3.20; medium weights 200-250
lbs., good and choice, $2.90#3.20; heavy
weights 250-350 lbs., good and choice,
$2.60® 2 90; packing sows, 275-550 lbs.,
medium and good, s2® 2.60: slaughter pigs
100-130 lbs., good and choice. $2.75®3.15.
Cattle —Receipts. 7.000; calves, receipts,
1,000; general market very slow and weak:
I except on few loads outstanding light
yearlings, these scarce and fully steady;
$7 paid for strictly choice mixed steers
and heifers scaling 859 lbs.; no reliable
outlet for medium to strictly good weighty
steers, weak to 25c lower: in-between
grades yearling heifers, butcher heifers
and beef cows sharing decline: vealers
steady to 25c. lower: slaughter cattle and
j vealers: steers 550-900 lbs.. good and
'choice, $5.25® 7.25: 900-1100 lbs., good and
choice, ss® 7; 1100-1300 lbs., good and
i choice. $4.25® 6.75: 1300-1500 lbs., good and
choice. $4.25®6.25: 550-1300 lbs., common
and medium. 53.25®4.50; heifers, 550-750
lbs., good and choice. $4.25® 6.25: common
and medium, $3®4.25; cows. good. s3®4:
common and medium. $2.25®3; low cutter
and cutter. $1.50® 2.25; bulls yearling ex
cluded, good beef. 96®3.75; cutter, com
mon and medium. $2.25® 3.25: \ealers. good
and choice. s4® 6: medium. $3.50® 4; cull
and common. $2.50® 3.50: Stocker and
feeder cattle: steers 500-1050 lbs., good
and choice, $4®5.25: common and medium.
$2.75® 4. Sheep—Receipts, 11,000: fat
lambs slow, around steady; bulk early
sales natives, $5,50®5.75: best fed lambs
held at $6; t.hrowout natives mostly S3®
$3.50; odd lots fat ewes, $2®2.50: slaugh
ter sheep and lambs: lambs, 90 lbs. down
good and choice. $5.50® 6; common and
medium. $3.75®5.50; 90-98 lbs., good and
choice, $5.25® 5.90: 98-110 lbs., good and
choice, ss® 5.75; ewes 90-150 lbs., good and
choice, $1.75®2.75: all weights, common
and medium, $1.25® 2.25.
EAST BUFFALO. Jan. 3.—Hogs—On sale,
i 1,200; active, mostly to shippers; strong
spots 10c higher: bulk desirable 140-210
lbs., 53.40®3.50; one load 185 lbs. selec
tions. $3.60; 220-240 lbs. *3.25®3.40; 240-
264 lbs.. $3.10®3.25. Cattle—Receipts. 25:
holdovers, 150; slow steady at Monday's
decline: load 140 lbs,. $4.75: common
$1.25®2. Calves—Receipts, 50: nominally
steady: lower grades weak; good to choice
mainly $7: common and medium, $4.50#
5.50. Sheep—Receipts, 200; weak, nominal
ly steady: good to choice lambs. $6.50; me
dium and weighty lambs. $5.50®6; com
mon, ss® 5.50.
CLEVELAND. Jan. 3.—Hogs—Receipts.
1.400; holdovers, 195: steady to 5c higher:
little done on pigs, limited number 150-250
lbs.. $3.40; 260-300 lbs.. 53.10. Cattle—Re
ceipts. 200: generally dull; odd head cutter
to medium steers, $3.50#5: load lots as vet
unsold: low cutter to good cows, $1.25®3;
sausage bulls. $3.25 downward. . Calves—
: Receipts, 400: vealers active, strong to 50c
higher: selling freely and rather mixed at
$6®6.50; choice scarce; few $7; cull to me
dium. s4® 5.50. Sheep—Receipts, 1.700;
iambs active, strong to higher: upwards to
$6.50 paid freely; less attractive kind oc
casionally $6,25 downward: cull to me
dium. $4.50® 6.50; bulk. $5 upwards.
EAST ST. LOUIS, Jan. 3.—Hogs—Re
ceipts. 8.500; market, steady to 10c higher:
butchers up most: bulk 150-225 lbs.. s3®
3.10: small lots, $3.15: 225-250 lbs.. $2 85®
3: 100-130 lbs.. $2.25# 2.75; sows. s2® 2.25.
Cattle—Receipts. 2.800: calves. 1.000; mar
ket. steers in liberal supply; indications
about steady; mixed yearlings, heifers and
cows unchanged, bulls weak; top sausage
kinds, $2.75: vealers steady at $6.25 down.
Sheep—Receipts. 1,500: market, steady; top
lambs. $5.50 to city butchers: bulk to pack
ers. [email protected]: no yearlings or sheep sold.
FT. WAYNE Jan. 3—Hoes. 10c up:
100-200 lbs.. $3.10; 225-250 lbs., $3: 250-
300 lbs.. $2.85; 300-350 lbs. $2 75; roughs,
wether lambs. $3.75; bucks. $4.75.
LAFAYETTE. Jan. 3.—Hog market 10c
higher: 160-210 lbs. ?2 95 3 : 210-235 lbs,
$2.85# 2.90: 235-275 lbs.. *2.75# 2.80: 275-
325 lbs. $2.60# 2.70: 100-160 lbs $2.60®
2.80: roughs. $2 down; top calves. $.50;
top lambs. $5.
By Time* Special
LOUISVILLE. Jan. 3.—Cattle—Receipts,
150. mostly steady; bulk common and
medium steers and heifers, 53.25#4.50;
good lightweights eligible around $5.50;
bulk beef cows and bulls, $2.75 down; low
cutters and cutters. 75c# 51.75: Stockers
and feeders mostly s3® 4. Calves—Re
ceipts, 175: choice vealers 50c higher,
’others steady; good and choice. $4 50#
5.50: medium and low-er grades. $3.50
down. Hogs—Receipts. 60u, 10c higher;
175-240 lbs. $3 25; 245-295 lbs.. S3: 300
ibs up $2.60: 135-170 lbs.. 53.10: 130 lbs.
down. $2 30: sows. $2.30. and stags. *1.35.
Sheep—Receipts. 50; market. quotable
steady; hulk medium to good lambs salable
$5,25®5.50: choice eligible $5 75. or better;
lower grades. $4 25 down: fat ewes. sl®
i 2 Monday's shipments: 117 cattle and 243.
I calves.
In the Cotton Markets
CHICAGO
—Dec. 31—
High. Low. Close.
January 6 00
March 6 08 6 06 6 06
Mav 6 20 6 16 6 16
July 6 31 6 26 6 26
1 October 6.2i 6,47 6.47
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The City in Brief
WEDNESDAY EVENTS
Lions Club, luncheon. Washington.
Purdue Alumni Association, luncheon,
Severin.
American Legion, Twelfth district
luncheon. Board of Trade.
League for Hard of Hearing, meeting.
7:30, Stokes building.
Kappa Sigma, luncheon, Washington.
Apartment Owners, luncheon, Washing
ton.
Foundrvmen’s Association, dinner. 6:30.
Washington.
Interdenominational Evangelistic As
sociation. convention, all day, Cadle
tabernacle.
Edward J. Hecker Sr. was in
stalled as president of the Irvington
Republican Club Monday night in
a meeting at 5446 1 2 East Washing
ton street.
Members of the Indianapolis
Engineering Society will hold a
round-table discussion on “Father
Coughlen and the Gold Standard”
at their Thursday noon meeting in
the Board of Trade building, ac
cording to an announcement by
Emmett G. Fowler, president. Fred
Atkinson will have charge of the
discussion.
Miss Doria Bowley, 19, of R. R. 4,
Box 593, incurred bruises and shock
when struck by an auto while wait
ing for a street car at Shelby street
and Comer avenue late Monday.
Two armed bandits who Monday
night robbed Charles Shoemaker,
18, clerk in a grocery at 224 West
Raj’ street, of $35, were sought by
police today.
Physician’s instruments worth SSO
were among $l6O in loot taken from
parked automobiles Monday night.
The instruments were stolen from
the car of Dr. James R. Norrel, 3005
Ruckle street.
“Hawaii” will be the topic of
Major J. V. Stark of the United
States infantry in an address at
the Scott Harrison D. A. R. chapter
at the chapter house, 824 North
Pennsyfvania street, Wednesday
afternoon. Singing by the Junior
League Glee club, under direction of
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Edward LaShelle, also will be a part
of the program.
Motion pictures of functions of
the departments of the Methodist
hospital, were shown Sunday night
in the Fortville Methodist church,
under the direction of Uzie Phillips,
of the photographic department of
the hospital. The pictures will be
shown Tuesday afternoon at the
Fifty-First Street M. E. church and
during the Epworth League service
at the Roberts Park M. E. church
next Sunday.
After battering combination off a
safe in the Charles Koehring hard
ware store, 882 Virginia avenue,
early today, yeggmen looted a
strong box of about $75 in cash and
watches, detectives were informed.
Course of instruction in “Metal
lurgy of Engineering Materials” will
be presented weekly for four
months, beginning Wednesday, by
the Indianapolis chapter of the
American Society for Steel Treating.
Arthur E. Focke, consulting metal
lurgist of the Diamond Chain and
Manufacturing Company, will be in
charge in the auditorium of the
main branch of the Indianapolis
public library.
Sales volume last year has earned
for John and Phillip Redwine, local
agents for the Pan-American Life
Insurance Company, an invitation
to attend the home office conven
tion in New Orleans Jan. 9, it was
learned here today. Representatives
from twenty-five states will attend
the three-day session. The local
agents will leave Jan. 7 and return
Jan. 14.
Hand injuries were incurred by
Morris Tevler, 7. of 447 South Hard
ing street, Monday, when his fingers
became caught in a clothes wringer
as he played in the kitchen of his
home. He was treated at city hos
pital.
DOW-JONES
SUMMARY
Stocks of rubber in London on Dec. 31,
totaled 37.741 tons, a decrease of 121 tons
from the preceding week; stocks at Liver
pool amounted to 55,05 u tons, an increase
of 149 tons.
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco reduces prices
of Cainel cigarets to $6 per 1,090 from
Sfi.Bs with new prices subject to usual
discounts given jobbers.
Philip Morris Consolidated. Inc., in vear
i ended Dec. 31, 1932. earned 68 cents a
I common share, against 61 cents in pre
vious year.
International Shoe Cos. in year ended
Nov. 30, 1932, earned SI.BO a common
share, against $2.06 in previous year.
American Railway Association show load
ires of revenue freight in 1931 will total
28 100,000 cars, the lowest for anv vear
since tabulation of these reports, and a
reduction of 0,053.100 cars, or 24.4 per
cent under the total for 1931.
Preliminary reports show that ail class
1 railroads had net operating income in
1532 of $324,000,000. or a return of 1.21
per cent on property investment which
compares with 1931 net operating income
of $531,000,000 which was a return of 1.93
ner cent.
Pacific States Savings and Loan Asso
ciation for 193*2 reported . nc't operating
income of $969,547. the highest mark
leached in the institution's history.
Building permits issued bv citv of Los
Angeles during December had valuation of
S9G.-.476 compared with $2,590,563 for like
1031 month: permits issued throughout the
! ' ear had valuation of $17,500,606 against
| 541.210.850 in previous vear. i
| Magnolia Petroleum Cos. makes reriuc
j tion of 13 to 20 cents a. barrel in crude
i oil prices in North Central Texas and
Oklahoma.
California beet sugar output in 1932
amounted to the greatest year in volume,
production totaled 207.000 tons, a gain of
40.000 tons over 1931, and 80,000 tons
over 1030.
Northern Trust Cos. for year ended
Dec. 31. 1032, reports net earnings of
$750,382 equivalent to $25.01 a shares on
$3,000,000 rapitai stock: this compares
with $759,873, or $25.32 a share in 1931.
California crude oil output during week
ended Dec. 31, averaged 465.180 barrels
daily, a decrease of 7.320 under previ
ous week, according to California Oil
World.
Chicago Fruit
Bp Vnited I‘ress
! CHICAGO. Dec. 30.—Anples— Michigan
'Jonathans bushel. $1.25. Spies bushel, $1
I t/1.15: Cclntosh bushel. $1.25: Delicious
i bushel. $1.25: Greenings bushel. 90c®$1.
Gone, but Not Forgotten
j Automobiles reported to police as stolen
I belong to:
j Herbert Hartman, 2916 North Talbot
l street, Chrysler sedan. 58-626. from Illi
nois and Walnut streets.
Herman Maxey. 1450 College avenue,
Nash sedan, 14-973 from Fifteenth street
and College avenue.
Lizzie Gregory. 2053 South Pennsylvania
street. Chevrolet coach. 63-996 from Wil
kins and Meridian streets.
L. G. McNamara. 1466 North Drexel
avenue. Chrysler sedan. 157-805 from 318
East Seventeenth street.
John E. Gaskill. 434 Trowbridge street,
i Oakland sedan. 77-507, from in front of
i 434 Trowbridge street
I Fred E. Wheatley. 1261 Leonard street.,
I Plymouth sedan. 15-983. from Pennsyi
j vania and Washington streets.
BACK HOME AGAIN
Stolen automobiles recovered by police
1 belong to:
I Norman Shortrtdge. 1930 North Penn-
I sylvania street. Plymouth sedan, found at
; 124 West Thirteenth street.
| Sarah Goldstein. 131 West Morris street.
: De Soto sedan, found at Kansas street
; and Senate avenue.
R. G. Lockwood, 1320 West Thirtv-sixth
j street. Plymouth sedan, found at Twelfth
| and Alabama streets.
Earl Sims. 925 Massachusetts avenue.
Ford coupe, found in rear of 1227 Park
avenue.
Auto Mishap Is Fatal
| CONNERSVILLE, Ind.. Jan. 3.
! Robert Hunter, 24, Andersonville,
: was injured fatally Monday when he
was struck by an automobile near
his home. Police exonerated the
driver, Dr. Charles Glaser, Brook
ville.
IB9EBBfIa
•Cjlfilßß! Every Industrial Plant in Indianapolis and surround
ing territory is our customer. Our success has been
measured by their progress.. We are now replenishing
our stocks, prepared to serve Industry better in 1933.
PAGE 9
STOCK SHARES
DISPLAY WARY
MARKET ACTION
Trading Dull as Operators
Carefully Measure New
Year’s Trend.
Average Stock Prices
Average of thinv industrials for Satur
day, h’gh 60 72, low 59.59. last 59 93 off
33. Average of twenty rails 26 25. 25 74.
25.911. off 16 Average of twenty utilities
27.91. 27 40. 27 51 off .21, Average of
forty bonds 77 74, up .23
BY ELMER C. WALKER
United Tress Financial Fditor
NEW YORK. Jan. 3 A majority
of shares began the new year at net
gains of fractions to a point on the
New York Stock Exchange today.
Trading was dull as market opera
tors cautiously measured the list
for future trend.
The first issue to appear on the
tape in 1933 was First National
Stores. The sale involved 100 shares
at 55%, up a point from the previ
ous close.
Union Pacific jumped to 71 %, up
1%, in a firm railroad list. Utilities
also were in demand, featured by
Consolidated Gas, which opened
3.300 shares at 59%, up %. Stand
ard of New Jersey rose %, to 30%,
in a strong oil group.
Steel common opened at 28%, up
%, while Bethlehem eased off %,
to 14%.
Tobacco shares were depressed.
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company
announced reduction of prices of
Camel cigarets to $6 a 1,000 from
$6.85, following a similar cut by
American Tobacco in its cigarets.
Reynolds Tobacco B opened at 27,
off ■%, and later fell below that
figure.
Bank Clearings
INDIANAPOLIS STATEMENT
—Jan. 3
Clearings $2,530.(100 (HI
Debits 7.073 000.00
Foreign Exchange
By Abbott. Hoppin & Cos.
--Jan. 3
~ , . Open.
Sterling. England $3 33%
Franc. France 4390%
lira. Italy . ..- 0512
Franc. Belgium 1385
Mark. Germany . .2381
Guilder, Holland 4017
Peseta. Spain 0815
Krone, Norway 1716
Krone, Denmark 1727
Yen. Japan 2075
Investment Trust Shares
ißy Abbott. Hoppin to Cos. I
PRICES ARE TO 13 NOON C. S. T.
. —Jan. 3
Bid. Ask.
Am Founders Corp com 75 1.00
Amer and Gen Sec (A) 3.00 6.0(0
Am Inv Tr shares 75 1.50
Basic Industry shares 1.73 ....
Collateral Trustee shares (Ai 2.87 3.00
Corporate Trust new 1,55
Cumulative Trust shares . ... 2.7 L ....
Diversified Trustee shares (A). 6.50 ....
Fixed Trust Oil shares (Ai... . 5.82
Fixed Trust Oil shares iß'.. 4.50
Fundamental Trust shares 'A' 3 00 3.37
Fundamental Trust shares 'Bi 3.00 3.37
Leaders of Industry iA >. 262 2.87
Low Priced shares 2.12 ....
Mass Inv Trust shares .... 13.75 15.25
Nation Wide Securities . .. 2.45 2.55
North American Tr shares (S3) 180 ....
Selected Cumulative shares.. 4.75 5.12
Selected Income shares . .. 250 2.87
Shawmut Bank Inv Trust... 2.50 •
Std Amer Trust Shares 2 48 ....
Super Sorp of Am Tr shares.. 2 35
Trustee Std Oil (At 3.12
Trustee Std Oil iRi 287 3.25
U S Elec Li to Pow IAI 14 00 14 50
Universal Trust shares 1.97 ....
INDIANAPOLIS STOCKS
AND BONDS
ißv Newton Toddi
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.
Jan. 3
Stocks
Bid. Ask.
Belt R R and Stkvds com 22 26
Belt, R R and Stkvds pfd 45 50
Citizens Gas com 14 16
Citizens Gas 5% pfd 65 73
Itidpls Pwr to Lt, 6% Pfd 57 6*
Indpls Pwr to Lt 6% pfd 63 69
Indpls Gas com 40 45
Indpls Water 5% pfd 90 96
Indpls Pub Welfare Ln Assn,... 46 51
Nor Ind Pub Serv 70. pfd 53 62
Pub Servos Ind 6% pfd 28 33
Pub Servos Ind 7'- pfd 34 38
So Ind C-as and Elec 6o pfd.... 58 63
Terre Haute Elec 6% pfd 45 51
Bonds
Belt R R and Stkvds 4s 83 88
Citizens Gar, 5s 1942 87 90
Indpls Gas 5S 1952 81 33
Indpls Rvs 5s 1967 23 23
Indpls Pwr to Lt 5s 1957 . ... 91 93
Indpls Water 4'-s 1940 .....96 90
Indpls Water 5%s 1953-54 100 102
Trac Terminal Corn 5s 1957 37 43
Joint Stock Land Banks
Fletcher 5s 61 7
Ft. Wavne 5s 40 45
Lafayette 5s ........!.... . 33 37
Phoenix 'K. C.) 5s 56 60
Chicago Stocks Opening
(Bv Abbott. Hoppin to Cos.)
—Jan. 3
Asbestos Man.. 5% Cont Chi com 1%
Cities Serv 2% Swift Inti . . 14%
Cord Corn 6%
In the Air
Weather conditions at 9 a. m.:
South southwest wind, 10 miles
an hour; temperature, 36; baro
metric pressure, 30.10 at sea level;
general condition, high, scattered
clouds; ceiling, unlimited; visibility,
12 miles; field, good.
WE SELL
U. S, Government Bonds
Federal Land Bank Bonds
Joint Stock Land Bank Bonds
T. P. Burke & Cos.
Incorporated
SUITE r’> CIRCLE TOWER
PHONE Rllcy *536.
Safety for Savings
Fletcher American
, NATIONAL BANK
Southeast Corner
of Market and Pennsylvania

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