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MAY 6, 1033.
GRAIN FUTURES
UP SHARPLY ON
HEAVY DEMAND
Close Is at Best Levels of
the Day: Wheat 1 I*4
Cents Up.
BY HAROLD E. RAINVILLE
United I'ren M.fl Correspondent
CHICAGO. May 6.—The tide of
public buying gave no signs of
ebbing on the Board of Trade Fri
day. and despite persistent profit
taking selling by professionals and
eastern longs. what prices marched
to new highs for the season early
and maintained a strong tone
throughout the session.
The close was at the best levels.
May corn equalled its season’s high
and all other months of corn, oats
and rye set new season’s marks.
Wheat was a cent higher and corn
2 cents higher at the peak, while
a sharp advance at Winnipeg aided
rye to the maximum gain of 3 cents.
No. 2 white corn sold in the cash
market at the highest level since
1931.
Close Is Strong
The 75-cent level for July wheat
appeared to most wheat traders as
a logical halting point after an ad
vance of around 32 cents from the
lowest of the season, set early in
January.
At the close wheat was 7 to 114
cents higher; oats %to 7 cent
censt higher; oats % to 7 * cent
higher; rye 2 1 i to 4% cents higher,
and barley 7 * to IV* cents higher.
Provisions were strong.
Unexpected strength at Liverpool
and firmness in stocks led to the ini
tial rise that put July at anew high
for the season. Liverpool closed IT's
to 2Vi cents higher on the rise in
sterling. Winnipeg was up 1% cents
early with Liverpool.
Trading was active early but
quieted later with buyers more cau
tious, feeling that July around 75
cents about discounted all news up
to the present.
Corn Market Active
Rains in the winter wheat belt in
the past twenty-four hours got no
attention. Cash prices w'ere H to
1 1 2 cents higher. Receipts were
twenty-four cars.
Deferred deliveries of corn set new
highs at the start and, while profit
taking was unceasing early, the
market held a strong undertone and
was •'%, to % cent higher at mid
session. Activity was large in the
cash market, with bookings of 177,-
000 bushels and sales of 280,000
bushels. Cash prices were to 2
cents higher. Receipts were 168
cars.
Oats displayed firmness and held
Ist to Vi cent gains at mid-morning.
Rye was 1 2 to % cent up early.
Trading was not as active as in the
other pits. Cash oats was % to %
cent higher. Receipts were forty
seven cars.
Chicago Primary Receipts
—Mav 5
Wheat. 853.000
Corn 1.046.000
Oats 451.000
Chicago Futures Rarr^e
—Mav 5
WHEAT - Prev.
Open High. Low. Close, close.
Mav.. ,73 1 .73% .72'* ..73% .72 1
July.. .74 % .75 .74% .74% .73%
Sent... .75 .75% .74% .75' ? .74' a
Dec... .77 1 * .77‘a .76 1 2 .77% .76%
CORN—
MOV.. .39 1 a .41% .39 '4 .41% .38%
Julv.. .42% .44 'h .42 .44 .41'b
Sent... .43 7 A .45% .43% .45% .42%
Dec... .45% .47 .45 .46% .44%
OATS—
Mnv.. .25% .25% .25 .25% .24%
Jtllv.. .25% .25% .25 .25% .24%
Sept... 25% .26% .25% .26 25%
Dec. .27% .27 7 .27% .27% .27%
RYE—
Mav.. .52% .55% .52 .54% .52
Jnlv,. .50% .54% .50% .54% .50%
Sent... .51 % .54% .51% .54% .51%
Dec.. .55 .55% .55 .55% .51%
BARLEY
Julv.. .38 .38% .37 % .38% .37%
Sent. . .41% .41% .40% .41% .40
LARD—
Mav.. 5.65 5.75 5 65 5.72 5.62
Julv.. 5.82 5 87 5.80 587 5.75
Sent... 592 6 00 5.90 6.00 5.87
Oct... 5.95 6.05 5.92 6.05 5.95
Nov... 5,85 5 90 5 80 5 90 5.92
Dee .. 5 75 5.82 5.75 5.82 5.72
BELLIES—
Mav 6 45 6 45
Julv 6.80 6 80
Sept 7.05 7.02
CHICAGO CASH GRAIN
Bit United Press
CHICAGO. Mnv s,—Cash strain close:
Wheat No. 2 hard. 73%"a74 %c. No. 1
northern. 75%c. Corn No. 2 mixed. 41c;
No 3 mixed. 40 1 40%c. No. 2 vellow.
41 %® 41%c: No. 2 vellow old. 41%0 42c:
No 3 vellow. 40%(ti41c: No 4 vellow.
39%®40%c: No. 5 vellow 39%®39%c:
No. 6 vellow. 38%o: No 2 white. 42%®43c:
No. 3 white. 41% n 42c: No. 4 white, 41®
41 %r: No 6 white 40c; sample grade.
20®21c. Oats No. 2 white. 26%®26%c:
No. 3 white. 25%(d26c: No. 4 white. 24%®
25c. Rve No sales. Bariev—3B® 59c.
Timothy—s2.2s® 2.60 Clover—s7.2s® 10.00.
_ TOLEDO CASH GRAIN
By t tilted Pn*s
TOLEDO. Mav s.—Cash grain close:
■(Grain in elevators, transit blbllingi.
Wheat—No. 2 red. 87087 c. No. 1 red. le
premium Corn—No. 2 vellow. 46 %®
47%c. Oats- No 2 white. 29%®30%c.
Rve —No 2. 60'./61c. (Track prices. 28%-
cent rate!. Wheat—No. 1 red. 82%®83%c:
No. 2 red 81%®82%c. Corn No. 2 vel
low. *2%®43c: No. 3 vellow. 41042 c
Oats—No. 2 white. 26% 1 28%c: No 3
white. 26®28c. Toledo seed close: clover
—Cash. $6 30. Alsike—Cash. $6 30. Toledo
produce- Butter—Fancy creamery. 26c
Fans—Extras. 12c.
Indianapolis Cash Grain
—Mav 5
The bids for car lots of grain at the
Call of the Indianapolis Board of Trade.
t o. b_ shipping point, basis 41% New
York rate, were
Wheat- Strong: No. 1 red. 74®75c: No.
3 red. 73074 c: No. 2 hard. 72 ■/73c.
Corn—Strong: No 3 white 35*36%c:
No. 4 white. 34%035%c; No 3 vellow.
33% 0 34%c: No 4 vellow. 32%®33%r; No.
3 mixed. 32% v 33.%c; No. 4 mixed. 30%i)
32%c
Oats-Steadv: No 2 white. 22%®23%c:
No 3 white. 21*. ®22%.
Hav —Steadv. (F. o. b. country points
taking 23*jc or less rates to Cincinnati
or Louisville* No 1 timothy. $5.50u6; No.
3 timothy. $5 0 5.50.
—lnspections
Corn—No. 1 white. 3 cars; No. 2 white.
3 cars; No 3 white. 9 cars; No 2 vellow.
17 cars; No. 3 vellow. 30 cars: No. 4 yel
low 9 cars: No 5 vellow. 3 cars; sample
vellow. 1 car; No. 6 mixed. 1 car; total.
•;% cars
Oats—No. 2 white 31 cars: No. S white,
20 cars; No. 4 white. 1 car. No. 1 mixed.
1 car; No. 2 mixed. 2 cars; total. 55 cars.
INDIANAPOLIS WAGON WHFAT
Citv grain elevators paving 71c for
No. 2 soft wheat. Other grades on their
merits.
In the Cotton Markets
CHICAGO
High. Low. Close.
January 904 893 904
March 9 18 9.12 9.18
MW 8 41
July 8 59 8 46 8.55
October 8 83 8 72 8 81
December 8 98 8.87 8 98
NEW YORK
January 9 01 8 90 9 01
March 9 16 9 02 9 16
Mav 8 42 8 27 8 42
julv 8 55 8 40 8 55
October 8 80 8 65 8 80
December 8 95 8.80 8.95
NEW ORLEANS
January 8 96 8 85 8 96
March 9 07 9.01 9 07
Mv 8 36 8 28 8 36
julv 8 52 8 37 8 52
October .••■•••..••>. 8.76 8.61 8.76
December 8 93 8 77 8 93
CHICAGO PRI'IT MARKET
PH United Vrctt
CHICAGO. May s.—Apples—lllinois Wil
low Twigs, bushel. Sim.lS; Winesaps.
buslial, 8i.40ni.50; Michigan Spies,
bushel. $1.25; Baldwins, bushel. sl.
New York Stocks
— (By Abbott. Hood in At Cos.)
—May 5
Oil*— Prev. I
High. Low. Close, close.
Amerada 34% 32 33 33%
Atl Rig 19% 19 19% i9
Barnsdall 6 5% 8 5%
Consol Oil 8% 8% 8% 8%
Cont of Del .... 10% 9% 10% 10
Houston tnewt.. *% 4 4% 4%
Houston ‘Old/.. 20‘ 19% 20 20
indian Rig .. • 2 2
Mid Cont Pet ... 8% 8% 8% 8
Ohio Oil 9% 9% 9% 9 1 •
Pet Corp 8% 8% 8% 8%
Phillips Pet .... 10% 9% 10 9%
Pure Old 5% 5% 5% 5%
Roval Dutch ... 25% 25% 25% 54%
Sbd Oil 28 27% 27% 27%
Simms Pet 8 7% 7% 7%
Skelley Oil 5% 5 5% 5%
80c Vac 10% 9% 9% 9%
SO of Cai 30 23% 30 29%
SO Os Ind 25% 24% 25% 25
SOof N J 35% 34% 34% 34%
Sun Oil 381* 38%
Texas Corp 17 % 16% 17% 16%
Tidewater Oil 9
Tidewater Assn.. 5% 5 5 5
Un OU of Cal... 13% 13% 13% 13%
Steela—
Am Roll Mills.. 15% 14% 14% 14%
Beth Steel 27% 25% 25% 26%
Byers A M 20 * 19% 19% 20
Col Fuel <v Iron. 9% 8% 8% 9%
Cruc Steel 19% 18% 18*2 18%
Inland Steel 27% 27% 27% 28
Ludlum Steel ... 9% 9% 9% 9%
McKeesport Tin. 77 75% 76% 76
Natl Steel 39% 37% 37% 37%
Hep Iron Steel 15 14% 14% 14%
Rep Iron A: Stl p 29% 28% 28% 29%
U S Smelt 39 1 * 37% 38 38%
Vanadium 18% 18 18 18%
U S P & Fdv.. 14% 13% 13% 13%
U S steel .... 49% 48% 48% 48%
U S Stl pfd . 83% 82 V? 83 82%
Young tn S & T.. 22% 20% 20% 20%
Rails—
Atchison 59% 57% 58 57%
Atl Cst Line... 3433% 34 33%
Can Pac 14% 13% 13% 13%
Ch A Ohio 35 34 34% 34%
Chi & Gt W ... 3% 3% 3% 3%
C M At St P. . 2% 2% 2% 2%
CMArSI P Df 4% 3% 3% 3%
Chi N W 7% 7% 7% 7%
Chi R Isl 9% 8 8 7%
Chi R 170, Df 13% 11% 11% 11%
Dela & Hud ... 65 63 64 63%
Erie 9% 9% 9% 9%
Grt North . ... 17% 16% 17 17
lil Central 19% 18% 19 ’4 19%
K C Sou 13% 13 % 13% 13%
Lou At Nash... 42 40% 41% 40%
M K At T 11% 11% 11% 11%
Mo Pac 3% 3% 3 1 a 3%
Mo Pac pfd 4% 4% 4% 4
N Y Cent 28 27% 27% 27%
NY ChiAtSt L .. 7 6% 7 5
NY ChAtSt L Df.. 8% 7% 8% 6%
NY New Haven.. 20% 19% 19% 19%
NY Ont At Wes.. 12% 12 12% 12%
Norfolk At Wes. .141 139% 139% 139-'%
Nor Pac 20% 19% 19'% 19%
Penn R R 24% 23% 24 23%
Beading ..... .. 38% 39% 38% 37%
Sou Pac 23% 22% 22% 22%
Sou R R 15% 14V? 14V? 15
Sou R R-nfd 20 19V? 19% 19%
Union Pace 83% 82 82% 82%
Wabash 2% 2% 2% 2Va
W Maryland .. 9% 8% 9 9
Motors—
Auburn 48% 47 47 47
Chrysler 18% 18% 18% 18
Gen Motors .... 23% 22% 22% 23
Graham Motors. 2% 2% 2% 2*4
Hudson 8 7% 7% 7%
Hupp 3% 3%
Mack Truck 28% 27% 27% 28
Marmon V? % % %
Nash 17% 17% 17% 17
Packard 4 3% 3% 3%
Reo 4% 4% 4% 4%
Studebaker .... 4% 3% 3% 3%
Yellow Truck .. 5% 5% 5V4 5%
Motor Access—
Bendix 13% 13 13% 13%
Bohn Alum 24 23% 23% 23%
Borg Warner... 12% 11% 11% 12%
Briggs 7% 6% 7 6%
Buod Wheel 2 1%
Eaton Mfg 10Vs 9% 9% 9%
Elec Auto Lite.. 18V? 18 18 18%
Kelsev Haves Wh 2% ...
Mullins Mfg 6% 5% 6 5%
Murray Body .. 4% 4% 4% 4%
Stew Warner.... 6% 6 6% 5%
Timken Rol 23% 22% 22% 22%
Mining—
Alaska Jun .... 15% 15 15 15%
Am Smelt 30% 29Vs 29% 29%
Anaconda 13% 12% 12% 13
Cal At Hecla 5% 4% 5 5
Cerro De Pasco 21% 20% 20% 21%
Granby 9% 9*4 9*4 9%
Gt Nor 0re.... 9'? 9*4 9% 9
Howe Sound 17% 16% 16% 17%
Ins Copper 5% 5% 5% 5
Int Nickel .... 14% 14% 14% 14
Isl Creek Coal.. 19% 19!? 19% 19%
Kennecott Cop . 18 17% 17% 17%
Miami Cop 4% 4
Nevada Cop 8% 8%
Noranda Con ... 25V? 25*4 25*4 25
Phelps Dodge ... 11% 11*4 11*4 11%
Pitts Coal .... 14 13V? 13V? 14
Tobaccos—
Am Snuff 44 43V?
Am Sum Tob... 10 9% 10 10
Am Tobacco .... 79% 79*2 79% 79
Am Tobacco 8.. 82% 81% 82% 81%
Cons Cigar 8 8%
Gen Cigar 35 34V? 35 34%
Ligg & Mvers B. 81 80 80% 80
Lorrillard 19 18% 18% 19
Revnolds Tob B. 39% 38% 39% 39%
Equipments—
Allis Chalmers . 14% 13% 14% 13%
Am Car A: Fdv.. 16% 15% 16% 15%
Am Loco 15 14% 14% 14%
Am Mch A: Fdv.. 16% 16% 16*a 16
Am Steel Fdv.. 12 11% 11% 11%
Bald Loco 8 7% 7% 7%
Burroughs 13% 13*5 13% 13%
Case J i 62% 61 61 60%
Cater Tract .... 15% 14% 15 14%
Colgat. Plm Peet. 15% 14*4 15*4 14%
Congoleum 13* 13 13 13
Elec Stor Bat . 34% 34 34 34%
Foster Wheeler.. 13 12V? 13 12*4
Gen. Am Tk Cr.. 26% 25% 25% 25
Gen Elec 21 20 20'? 19%
Oen R R Sig.... 26 25% 25*4 25%
Ingsol Rand ... 41% 41 41 41
Int Bs Mi1....114*2 113 114’ 2 112%
Int Harvester .. 35% 34'/? 34% 34%
Kelvinator 8% B*4 8% 8%
Natl Cash Reg... 14% 14 14% 14
Proc A: Gamble.. 39 38% 39 38%
Pullman Inc .... 34% 33% 33% 34%
Simmons Bed ... 10% 10*2 10% 10%
Und Elliot 24 23 23 23%
West Air B 24 23*4 23% 22
Westingh Elec .. 37% 36 36 36%
Worthing' Pump 20% 19% 20% 19%
Utilities—
Am At For Pwr.. 10% 10% 10*4 10
Am Power At Lit. 8% B'* B*2 8
A T & T 104 102% 102*4 102
Am Wat Wks ... 22% 21% 21% 21
Brook Un Gas .. 78'? 76*4 78% ...
Col Gas At Elec. . 17% 16% 16% 16*4
Col G At E pfd 68
Com At Sou 2*4 1 7 4 2 2
Consol Gas 53 51% 52 50%
Elec Pwr At Lt. B*4 7% 8 8
Int Hydro Elec.. 5% 5 5*4 5*4
Int T At T 12% 12 12% 12',
Lou GAt E A... 18 17 17% 17%
Nat Pwr At Lit.. 14 13*4 13% 13%
North Amer 26% 25 25 .24%
Pac GAt E 25% 25 25 '*24%
Pub Serv N J ... 47% 44% 45*? 44%
So Cal Edison.. 21% 20% 21 20%
Std Gas 13% 12% 13 12%
Std Gas pfd 19 17% 18% 17%
United Corp .... B*4 8% 8% 8
Un Gas Imp ... 18% 17% 18% 17%
Ut Pwr At Lit A. 4 3*2 3% 3%
Western Union. 39 37% 37% 37%
Rubbers—
Firestone 19% 18*? 18% 19%
Goodrich 13 12*s 12% 12
Goodyear 33 31% 31% 32%
U S Rubber 9*4 9% 9*4 9%
HORIZONTAL Answer to Previous Puzzle tumor of the
1 Italian river.
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uteTtohold OPE RAI M IMOD£L 0 f stars,
school ex- GjlT]ALP_[I .RW i v " AG EOY 20 Orders again,
aminations. EMMPAT '£ RN ltT|YpjP M 23 Bakipg dishes.
14 To lift up. N A GpiR,EiN EL G|E[SpBTjR 126 Charts.
15 To unclose. ER~ I AIBME L QfjpfC Q'ljN 28 Vast treeless
17 Minute orifice S>| I jLIN/lApßwfErT|||fll-t]OU N D tract.
in the epider-
mis of leaves. IS ES S I blNMPißlEtsfeiElDl fabric
-19 Frozen water. 31 Mooley apple.
20 Remains of 35 Organs of 59 Father. 33 Beam,
destroyed hearing. 60 As what did 36 Fruit,
houses. 37 Matter from the man in the 39 Resembling a
21 Going out a picture gain wall,
of use. 3S Cereal grass. fame (pi.)? 41 Wing.
22 Neuter 40 Soft food for VERTICIL 43 Pertaining to
pronoun. infants. ‘ air.
24 Street. 42 Soft-bodied 1 Phlegmatic. 44 Cheerfulness.
25 Giant king of grublike 2 Opposite of In. 45 Gold Coast
Bashan. larvae. 3 Pillars as of Negro.
26 Mother. 4S African ore. 46 Auditory.
27 Force. antelope. 4 Hour (abbr.). 47 Wigwam.
29 Any tribunal. 50 Pretense. 5 Spike. 49 To doze.
30 To come in. 52 Exultant. 6 Green pigment. 51 Stir.
32 To arrange 53 Dread. 7 Consumes. 53 Because,
cloth grace- 54 Minor note. S Northeast. 56 Average
fully. 55 To challenge. 9 Youthful. (abbr.).
34 Half (prefix). 57 Within. 10 Encysted 5S Toward.
1 12. I *l4 |5 \<b 17 I© I |g I 1,0 yr
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50 51 53
U S Rub pfd ... 17% 16% 16% 16%
Amusements—
Crosiey Radio .. 8% 8% 8% 7%
Fox Thea 2% 2%
Loews Inc 17% 16% 17% 16%
Radio Corp 8% 7% 7% 8%
RKO 3% 2% 2% 2%
Warner Bros ... 32% 2% 2%
Foods— '
Am Sugar 54% 51% 53% 51
Armour A 3% 3*? 3% 3*4
Beatrice Cream. 17% 16% 17 17%
Borden Prod ... 33% 33 33*? 32%
Cai Packing .... 19% 18% 18% 18%
Can Drv G Ale. 12 11'? 12 11V?
Coca Cola 85 81% 83% 81
Cont Bak A..... 8 7% 7% 7%
Corn Prod 71*4 69*, 70*? 69%
Crm of Wheat.. 33% 32% 33% 32
Gen Foods .. .. 32% 31% 77*4 31’?
Gold Dust 21% 21’ 4 21 20* 4
G W Sugar 22 19% 21V* 19%
Heishey 53 52% 53 52%
Int Salt 21V? 20% 21% 21
Loose Wiles 37 36% 37 ... 1
Natl Biscuit ... 50% 49% 50*4 50 1
Natl D Prod ... 18% 18% 18% 18
Pet Milk .. ... 9 9
Purity Bak 17*4 16*4 16% 17
8 Porto Rico Sug 30% 29 30 29V4
Std Brands 19% 18% 18% 19
United Fruit ... 48% 46% 47% 46%
Ward Bak A ... 5% 4%
Wrigley 46 4514 45% 46
Retail Stores—
Asso Dry Gds... 11% 10*4 10*/? 10*4
Best At Cos 23% 22% 22% 21%
Gimbel Bros 3% 3% 3% 3%
Gimbel pfd 15% 15 15 15
Gr Un Tea 7% 7% 7% 7%
Hahn Dept Sts.. 3% 33 3
Jewel Tea 3e 35% 36 35%
Kresge S S 10V? 10% 10% 10*%
Kroger Groc 28% 28 28V* 28
Macy R H 55% 53% 53% 53
Mav Dept St 23 22% 22% 22
Mont Ward 23% 22% 22% 22%
Penny J C 37% 36V* 36% 36%
Safeway St 49% 48 48 48
Sears Roebuck .. 25% 25V* 25% 24%
Woolworth .... 37% 36*4 37 V* 35V*
Aviation—
Aviation Corp .. 12% 11% 12
Douglass Air 15*4 14% *4% 14%
Curtiss Wright.. 2% 2% 2*4 2*4
Curtiss W <A.. 4% 4 4% 3%
No Amer Av. .. 8 7 7% .
United Aircraft.. 29% 27% 28% 27%
Chemicals—
Air Reduction.. 70 69 69% 69 %
Allied Chem 94% 92% 93*? 93%
Am Com Alcohol 22% 21% 21*2 22 * 4
Col Carbon 49% 47*4 48% 47%
Com Solvents... 17 16% 17 17
Dupont 58*2 57 57% 57*4
Freeport Tex 31 % 30% 30% 30%
Llauid Carb 21 20V? 20*? 20%
Northern Alkali. 24% 24 24% 24
Tex Gulf Sulph.. 26% 25% 26 26
Union Carbide. 34% 33*4 34% 33%
U S Indu Alcohol 27% 27 27% 27V*
Drugs—
Cot.v Inc 4% 4*/a 4V* 4
Drug Inc 44% 44 44 43%
Lambert 32V? 31V? 31% 32
Lehn At Fink ... 20 18 19% 19
%onite Prod ... 6% 5% 5% 5%
Financial—
Adams Exp 7V* 7% 7*/? 7%
Allegheny Corp . 11/*I 1 /* 1% 1% 1%
Chesa Corp 27V* 26*4 26% 25%
Transamerica .. 5% 5% 5% 5%
Tr Conti Corp ... 6 SV? 5% 6
Building—
Am Radiator ... 10% 10% 10% 10*4
Gen Asphalt ... 11% 11 11 % 11%
Int Cement 18 17% 28*s 17%
Johns Manville . 29% 28 28% 28%
Libby Owens Gls 16 15% 15% 15%
Otis Elev 16 15% 15% 16
Ulen Const .... 1% 1% 1% 1%
Miscellaneous—
Am Bank Note .17 16*4 16V? 16%
Am Can 82% 81V? 82% 82*4
Anchor Cap .... 13 12% 13 12%
Brkyin Man Tr. 33% 32V* 32% 33
Conti Can 55*4 54% 54% 54%
Eastman Kodak. 67% 65% 65% 65%
Owens Bottle ... 58 56% 56% 58
Gillette 14% 14% 14% 13%
Glidden 9% 8% 8% B*2
Gotham Silk .. 12V? 11% 12V? 11%
Indus Rayon .. 46 43% 44% 43%
Inter Rapid Tr.. 6% 6% 6% 6%
Real Silk Hose .10 9V? 9% 10
New York Bank Stocks
By Abbott. Hoppin At Cos.
—Mav 5
Bid. Ask.
Bankers 57 57 V 4
Brooklyn Trust 98 102
Central Hanover 119 V? 121%
Chase National 24 24*4
Chemical 27% 28*4
Citv National 27% 28*4
Corn Exchange 53% 55
Continental 13% 14*4
Empire 19 19 V?
First National 1.340 1,360
Guaranty 263 265*?
Irving 17 17*4
Manhattan Ac Cos 20 20%
Manufacturers 13% 14
New York Trust 84 85 Vi
Public 23 V 4 24
Produce Markets
Delivered in Indianapolis prices: Hens,
heavv breeds over 4’% lbs. 10c: Leghorns.
Bc. Broilers: Colored Springers. 2 to 2%
lbs.. 17c: I*% to 2 lbs.. 14c: Springs (Leg
horn) I'/? lbs. up. 13c: Barebacks. 7c:
Cox and stags. 6c: Leghorn cov and Leg
horn stags. sc. Ducks, large white full
feathered and fat: over 4 lbs.. 7c: small
and colored. sc. Geese, full feathered and
fat. sc. Young Guineas. 20c: old Guineas.
15c. Eggs—No. 1 fresh country run eggs.
10c: Juliet eggs, 6c. Each full egg case
must weigh 55 lbs. gross: a deduction of
10c per lb. for each lb. under 55 lbs.
gross will be made. Butterfat. 16c: No. 1
butter. 21®22c. These prices are for
healthv stock free from feed, no sick
poultry accepted. Quoted bv the Wadlev
Company.
BY UNITED PRESS
CHICAGO. May s.—Eggs—Market,
steadv; prices unchanged to '2C higher;
receipts. 32,859 cases; extra firsts. 13%®
14*4c; firsts. 13%014c; current receipts,
12%c; dirties. ll%c. Butter—Market, un
settled. prices unchanged: receipts. 14,910
tubs; specials. 21%022%c; extras. 21*/ 4 c;
extra firsts. 21c; firsts. 20'4®20%c; stand
ards. 21 %c. Poultry—Market, steady; re
ceipts. 18 trucks; fowls. 12®12%c; spring
ers. 14016 c: Leghorns. 10*2c; ducks. 90
12c: geese. 7c; turkeys. 12014 c; roosters.
B%c: broilers. 18025 c: stags. 11c. Cheese
—Twins. 12%013c; Longhorns. 12%@13c.
Potatoes —On track. 188: arrivals. 62; ship
ments, 641; market steady: Wisconsin
sacked round whites, [email protected]; Minnesota
and North Dakota sacked Red River Ohios,
700 75c; Idaho sacked russets. $1,250
1.32%; Texas sacked Bliss Triumphs. $2.60;
Louisiana sacked Bliss Triumphs. $202.15.
CINCINNATI. May s.—Butter—Packing
stock No. 2. 14c; No. 2,12 c; butterfat
delivered, 18c. Eggs—Steady; (cases in
cluded). extra firsts. 12%c; seconds. 10%c;
nearby delivered. 11 %c. Live poultry—
(following quotations represent prices for
poultry in good healthy condition. Thin
and coarse stock sells only at heavy dis
count). Fowls, 5 lbs. and over, ll%c;
4 lbs. and over. ll*%c; 3 lbs. and over,
ll%c; Leghorns. 3 lbs. and over, 10c;
roosters. 6c: colored broilers, 1 lb. and
over. 17c; 1% lbs. and over. 19c; ducks,
under 3 lbs. sell at liberal concessions;
ducks, white. 4 lbs. and over, 6c; under
4 lbs., 6c; colored 4 lbs. and over, sc;
under 4 lbs., sc; guineas. 10c; turkeys. No.
1. 10c: No. 1, young toms over 15 lbs.,
10c; No. 1 old toms, 10c.
THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES
SWINE VALUES
RULE FIRM IN
STEADYTBADE
Cattle Unchanged With All
Classes Scarce; Sheep
Undeveloped.
Hogs held steady Friday morning,
firm in the previous range at the
city yards. The bulk, 160 to 300
pounds, sold for $3.95 to $4, top
price $4.05. Weights of 300 pounds
up made the market at $3.85 to
$3.90; 120 to 160 pounds, $3.45 to
$3.85. Receipts were estimated at
6,500. Holdovers were 345.
All classes were scarce in the cat
tle market, the range fully steady.
Receipts were 300. Vealers were lit
tle changed at $5.50 down. Calf re
ceipts were 600.
No early action of importance was
apparent in the sheep market. Bulk
of clipped lambs sold late Thursday
at $6. Receipts Friday were 1,700.
Trading was slow in hogs at Chi
cago, with few early sales and bids
around steady at Thursday’s aver
age. The bulk of good to choice
porkers scaling from 200 to 220
pounds was bid in and sold at $4.00.
Trading was cull with practically
no early action. Receipts were esti
mated at 20,000, including 10,000 di
rect; holdovers 5,000. Cattle re
ceipts numbeied 2,000; calves, 500;
market strong. Sheep receipts
were 8,000; market around 25 cents
higher.
HOGS
April. Bulk. Too. Receipt?.
28. $3.80 0 3.90 $3.90 3,500
29. 3.803* 3.85 3.90 3.000
Mav
1. 3.95® 4.00 4.00 6.000
2. 3.95® 4.00 4.00 8.000
3. 3.95® 4.00 4.05 7,000
4. 3.95® 4.00 4.05 7.500
5. 3.95 0 4.00 4.05 6.500
Market Steady.
(140-160) Good and choice $ 3.75® 3.85
—Light Weights—
(l6o-180) Good and choice.. 4.00
(180-200) Good and choice.... 4.00® 4.05
—Medium Weights—
(2oo-220) Good and choice.... 4.00® 4.05
(220-250) Good and choice... 4.00® 4.05
—Heavy Weights—
(2so-2901 Good and choice... 3.95® 4.00
(290-350) Good and choice... 3.90® 3.95
—Packing Sows—
(3so down! Good 3.40® 3 65
(350 up) Good 3.25® 3.50
(All weights) medium 3.00® 3.25
—Slaughter Pigs—■
(110-190) Good and choice.... 3.20® 3.45
CATTLE
Receipts, 330: market, steady.
0 50-1.100)
Good and choice $ 5.25® 6.75
Common and medium 3.50® 5.25
(1.100-1.500) , ,
Good and choice 4.50® 6.50
Medium 3.75® 4.50
—Heifers —
Good and choice 4.75® 6.00
Common and medium 3.25® 4.75
Good and choice 4.50® 5.75
Common and medium 3.25® 4.50
—Cows—
Good 3.00® 3.50
Common and medium 2.50® 2-92
Low cutter and cutters 1.50® 2.00
—Bulls tvearlings excluded)
Good (beef) 2.50® 3.25
Cutter, common and medium.. 1.50® 2.50
VEALERS
Receipts. 600; market, steady
Good and choice $ 5.00® 5.50
Medium 3.000) 5.00
Cull and common 2.00® 3.00
—Calves—
(2so-5001
Good and choice 3.50® 4.50
Common and medium .... 2.00® 3.50
—Feeder and Stocker Cattle—
(soo-800)
Good and choice 4.50® 5.75
Common and medium 2.75® 4.50
(800-1.050) , ,
Good and choice 4.50® 5 /5
Common and medium 2.75® 4.50
SHEEP AND LAMBS
Receipts, 1.700: market higher,
—Lambs. Shorn Basis—
(9o) lbs. downi Good & choice.s 5.50® 6.00
(90-110 lbs. Good and choice 5.00® 5.50
(90 lbs. down) Com. & med. 3.00® 5.00
Spring lambs 6.00® 8.00
—Ewes—
Good and choice 2.00® 275
Common and. medium I.oo® 2.00
Other Livestock
BY UNITED PRESS
CHICAGO. Mav s.—Hogs—Receipts. 20.-
000. including 10.000 direct: moderately
active, about steady with Thursday: 180-
300 lbs.. $3.90®4.00: ton $4.00 Ircelv; 140-
170 lbs.. $3.50-$3.90: good pigs. [email protected];
packing sows around $3.60. Light lights
140-160 lbs., good and choice. $3.4003.75;
light weight 160-200 lbs., good and choice.
$3.65®4.00; medium weights. 200-250 lbs.,
good and choice. $3.900 4.00: heavy
weights. 250-350 lbs., good and choice.
$3.80® 4.00: packing sows. 275-550 lbs.,
medium and choice. $3.40®3.75: slaughter
pigs 100-130 lbs.. good and choice,
$3.00® 3.50. Cattle. 2.000: calves
500; fully steady market on all killing
classes: lower grades predominating, such
kinds remaining in broadest demand: no
choice steers or vearlings here: best $6.00
with bulk at $4.5005.25: yearling heifers
largely $4.75®5.40: fully steady with weeks
50 cents advance: demand continues
broad for cutter cows at $2.25®2.75 witn
common beef cows around $3.00: most
vealers $5.50 0 6.00. selected. $6.50 0 7.00:
slaughter cattle and
900 lbs., good and choice. $5.5007.25: 900-
1.100 lbs., good and choice. $5.50® 7.25;
1.100-1.300 lbs. good and choice. $5.50®
7.25: 1.300-1.500 lbs., good and choice
$5.00® 6.50: 550-1.300 lbs., common and
medium. $4.2505.50: heifers. $5.5007.50;
lbs., good and choice. $5.00®6.25: com
mon and medium. $3.75615.00: cows. Rood
$3.25®44)0; common and medium. $3 00®
3.25; low cutter and cutter $2.00®3.00:
bulls, vearlincs excluded, good beef. $2.(5®
3.25: cutter, common ind medium. $2.50®
3.10: vealers. good and choice. $5.50®6.75:
medium. $4.50®5.50: cull and common.
*3.50(3.4.50: stocker and feeder cattle:
Steers. 500-1.050 lbs., good and choice.
$4.75 0 6.00: common and medium. $3.50®
475 Sheep: 8.000; slow’, mostly steady
with strong to higher tendency; desirable
clipped lambs, $5.50 0 5.75 to packers;
hest held higher: no springers here.
Slaughter sheep and lambs: Spring lambs,
good and choice. $6.0007.50:. medium.
$5.0006.00: lambs, good and choice $5.15®
5.75: common and medium. $4.00®5.25:
90-98 lbs., good and choice. *5 000 5 65:
98-110 lbs. good and choice *4-750535.
ewes. 90-150 lbs., good and choice. $2.00®
3 00- all weights common and medium.
$1.2502.25.
FT. WAYNE. Mav s.—Hogs—Steady: 160-
200 lbs.. $4; 200-225 lbs.. $3.95; 225-350
lbs.. $3.90; 140-160 lbs., $3.60: 100-140 lbs..
$3.25; roughs. $3: stags. $2. Calves—Re
ceipts. 5; lambs. 525: steers good to choice.
$505.50; medium to good. $4.50: common
to medium. $3 500 4: heifers good to choice.
[email protected]; medium to good. $4®4.50; com
mon to medium, $304; cows
choice. $303.50; medium to good, $2.50®
3- cutter cows, $1.7502.25: canner cows, $1
01.50; bulls good to choice, $3®3.25; me
dium to good. $2.50®3; common to me
dium. $202.50; butcher bulls, $3.2503.75.
LAFAYETTE. May s.—Hogs Steady:
170-250 lbs.. $3.800 3 85: 250-325 lbs., $3.70
03.75; 150-170 lbs., $3.50: 100-150 lbs.. $3.10
03 30: roughs. $3.15 down; top calves.
$4.50 top lambs, $5.
TOLEDO. Mav s.—Hogs—Receipts. 275;
market. steady. Cattle—Receipts. 40;
market, steady. Calves—Receipts light;
market, steady. Sheep and lambs—Re
ceipts. light; market, steady.
CINCINNATI, May s.—Hogs—Receipts,
3.600 head: 100 direct; generally steady
except butchers scaling around 275 lbs. up.
strong to higher; good to choice 180-300
lbs , $4.15; desirable 160-180 lbs., mostly
$3 60 0 3.75: 130-150 lbs., $3 250 3.50: light
er weights and sow’s mostly $2.5003.
Cattle—Receipts, 300: calves* 700; active:
steers and she stock steadv to strong;
bulls and calves steady: medium to good
steers and heifers mostly. *4.250 5.25; part
load of good 710 lbs., heifers. $5.56; load
of very good around 600 lbs., heifers held
higher; beef cows largely $2.750 3.50: low
cutters. $1.500 2.50: most bulls. $2 5003.50:
good to choice vealers. S4O 5; common to
medium mostly. $2.50 0 3.50. Sheep—Re
ceipts. 1.400 head: generally steady light
salable supply: better grade spring lambs
mostly. $707.50; a few handyweight. $7.75:
plainer grades down $6 and below; shorn
and old crop lambs quotable, $5.50 down;
fat aged ewes bulk. $102; best light
weights. $2.50.
By Time* Special
LOUISVILLE. May s.—Cattle Receipts,
75, active and fully steadv: bulk common
and medium steers and heifers. S4O 5; best
lightweights eligible arout.d $6; bulk beef
;cows. $2.7503.25; low cutters and cutters,
! $1.50 0 2.50; bulls mostly $3 down; bulk
light stockers. s4® 5. Calves—Receipts,
: 250. steady at $4 down. Hogs—Receipts,
i 1.000. steadv to 20c lower; loss on weights
| 170 lbs. down: 175-240 lbs.. $3 85; 245-295
! !bs.. $3.70: 300 lbs., up $3 30: 135-170 lbs ,
| $3.10; 130 lbs., down. $2.45: sows. $2.60 and
I stags. $1.65. Sheep—Receipts. 900; run
I includes four decks: rail lambs not yet
| yarded; no early trading with indications
; steady at Thursday's weaker tendency;
j bulk better spring lambs. $767.25; prac
tical top $7.50. Thursday's receipts 51
: cattle: 400 calves; 1.863 hogs and 333
i sheep. Thursday's shipments: 159 calves.
642 hogs and 402 sheep.
NEW YORK RAW SUGAR
—May 5
High. Low. Close.
January 1.56 1.51 1.55
March 1.62 1.57 1.59
Mav 1 42 1.57 1.40
I Julv 1 44 1.41 1.42
I September 1.48 1.44 1.45
* December 1.55 1.50 1.53
INDIANA STOCKS
AND BONDS
The following quotations do not repre
sent actual bias on offerings. but merely
indicate the approximate market level
based on buying and selling inquiries or
recent transactions.
—May 5
STOCKS
Bid. Ask.
Belt Rail A: Stock Yards com.. 22 27
Beit Rail Ac Stock Yds pfd 6% 45 50
Central Ind Power pfa 7%.. 6 9
Citizens Gas com 12 16
Citizens Gas Cos pfd 57, 60 55
Home T & T Ft. Wayne pfd 7. 37 41
Ind Ac Mich Elcc Cos pld 77.. 62 66
Ind Gen Service Cos pfd 673.. 60 64
led Hydro Elec Cos 773 Dfd... 20 25
Indpls Gas Cos com 40 45
Indpls Pwr Ac Lt 6% pfd 43 48
Indpls. Pwr Ac Lt Cos pfd 6% 73 50 % 54%
Indpls Water Cos pfd 573 85 90
No Ind Pub Ser Cos pfd 5*2%. 21*2 25*2
Public Serv Cos of Ind pfd 673 10*2 14*2
Public Serv Cos of Ind pfd 6% 22'? 27%
South Ind Gas Ac El pfd 6% 49 54
Terre Haute Elec pfd 673 .... 37 44
BONDS
Citizens Gas Cos 5s 1942 75 80
Home TAc T W 5%s 1955 .... 93% 97*/?
Home T Ac T Ft W 6s 1943 94% 98%
Indpls Gas Cos 5s 1952 64 68
Indpls Rys Inc 5s 1967 22% 27%
Indpls Water Cos 4%s 1940.. 93'/? 97%
Indpls Water Cos 5s 1952 94 99
Indpls Water Cos 5s 1960 88% 92%
Indpls Water Cos 5s 1970 88% 92%
Indpls Wter Cos 5%s 1953 94 98
Indpls Wter Cos 5%s 1954... 94 98
Kokomo Water Works 5s 1958 68 73
Lafayette Tel Cos 5s 1957 81 85
Muncie Water Works 5s 1939.. 90 95
Richmond Water Works 5s 1957 80 85
Terre Haute Water Wk 5s 1956 78 83
Terre Haute Wat Wk 6s, 1949 90 95
Traction Terminal Cos 5s 1957 40 44
Joint Stock Land Banks
Bid. Ask.
Atlanta 5% 35’? 39%
Atlantic 5% 44% 48%
Burlington 5% 31% 35'%
California 573 51 55
•Chicago 573 20 23
Dallas 5 r 3 49 53
Denver 573 48*4 52%
Des Moines 573 40 44
First Carolina 573 32 36
First Ft. Wavne 5% 47 51
First Montgomery 573 34 38
First New Orleans 573 36 % 40%
First Texas 573 43 47
First Tr Chicago 5% 48 52
Fletcher 5’3 64 69
Fremont 573 42 46
Greenbrier SG, 58 62
Greensboro 5% 43 47
Illinois Momicello 573 56 61
Illinois-Midwest 573 40 44
Indianapolis 573 72 76
low’a 573 50 54
Kentucky 5% 57% 61%
Lafayette 573 45 50
Lincoln 5% 44% 48%
Louisville 5% 50% 54'%
Marvland-Vireinia 573 60 65
Mississippi 573 41 45
New York 573 45 49
North Carolina 5% 38 42
Oregon Washington 573 34 38
Pacific Portland 573 41 45
Pacific Salt Lake SG. 43% 47%
Pacific San Francisco 573 ... 43'/? 4/%
Pennsylvania 54 60
Phoenix 5*3 62% 66%
Potomac 573 4a 49
•St. Louis 573 17 20
San Antonio 573 50 54
•Southern Minnesota 5% 13
Southwest 5% 38 42
Tennessee 573 42 45
Union Detroit 573 43 47
Union Louisville SG. 51 54
Virginia Carolina 573 4 3 47
Virginian 573 48 53
•Flat.
Daily Price Index
By United Pres*
NEW YORK. May s.—Dun & Brad
street's daily weighted price index of 30
basic commodities, compiled for the
United Press: . _
(1930-1932 average. 100)
Today 88 -!”
Thursday
Week ago 81.58
Month ago 22 ?,
Year ago 7a.43
1933 High (May 5) 86.01
1933 Low (Jan. 20) 67.86
(Copyright,. 1933, by Dun &
Bradstreet. Inc.)
Liberty Bonds
By United Press
NEW YORK, May s.—Closing
Liberty bonds:
Liberty 3%5, ’32-’47
Liberty first 4' 4 s ’32-’47 101.29
Liberty fourth, 4*4s ’33-’3B 102.24
Treasury 4*,45. '47-’52 107.31
Treasury 4s. ’44-54 104.21
Treasury 3%5, '46-'56 102.31
Treasury 3 3 ss, ’43-’47 101.
Treasury 3%5, '4l-’43 March 100.29
Treasury 3%5, ’4O-’43 June 101.1
Treasury 3%5. ’4O-’49 98.20
Treasury 3s. 'sl-'55 97.11
Births
Boys
Raymond and Mary Walsh, Methodist
hospital.
Fred Lillian Wineman. Methodist hos
pital.
Robert and Florence Grubbs. Methodist
hospital.
Clarence and Kian Altmeyer, Coleman
hospital.
Ernest and Margaret Brown, Coleman
hospital.
Cecil 'and May Jordan. Coleman hospital.
Lawrence and Stella Moon. Coleman
hospital.
Arthur and Dorothy Plummer. Coleman
hospital.
Gordon and Elizabeth Engeler, Methodist
hospital.
John and Emma Emhardt. Methodist
hospital.
John and Frances Emge. Methodist hos
pital.
Eural and Gertrude Byfleld. Coleman
hospital.
Glenn and Mildred Chaille. Coleman
hospital.
Jesse and Edna Ellis. Coleman hospital.
Russell and Henrietta Mellott. Coleman
hospital.
Frankie and Bernice West. Coleman hos
pital.
James arid Helen Carlein, 1475 Roosevelt.
Deaths
Catherine Remolds. 65. 137 N. High
land. chronic mvearditis.
Donald Kenneth Oliphant. three months.
2314 Finlev. congential heart.
James Patterson. 75. 2262 Kenwood, ar
terio sclerosis.
Henrv J. Thompson. 60. 2002 Boulevard
Place, lo'oar pneumonia.
Mary Quackenbush. 78. 3716 Ruckle,
septicaemia.
Winifred Palen 80. 1709 Naomi myo
carditis.
Ferdinand Hupke. 75. 220 Bakemeyer.
tuberculosis.
Arthur McConnaughav. 53 . 4629 N.
Pennsylvania coronary embolism.
Summery J. White. 82. 637 N. Hamilton,
chronic nephritis.
Parthena Arnett. 78. Central Indiana
Hospital general arterlo sclerosis.
James Alexander. 53. 1440 N. Colorado,
pulmonary tuberculosis.
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STOCK VALUES
MOUNT ON DROP
IN U.MLAR
Buy Orders Pour In From
All Sections of
Country.
Average Stock Prices
Average of thirty industrials for Thurs
day, high 79.80. low 79.19. last 79.19 up
1.79. Average of twenty rails 36.22. 24.31.
35 22. up 1.18. Average of twenty utilities
26.83 20.78, 26.47. up .37. Average of
forty bonds 77.84, up .61. Average of ten
first rails 84.15. up .55. Average of ten
rails 62.46. up 1.14. Average of ten util
ities 88.00. up .50. Average of ten indus
trials 76.74, up .25.
BY ELMER C. WALZER
United Press Financial Editor
NEW YORK, May 6.—Stocks and
commodities swung forward Friday
to new 1933 highs; business reports
showed substantial gains; the dollar
dropped to anew low for the cen
tury, around 80 cents in relation to
European gold currencies.
Before the New York Stock Ex
change opened the pound sterling
crossed $4 in London for the first
time since late 1931 shortly after the
Bank of England abandoned gold
payments. It reached $4 in New
York also, and other European cur
rencies made wide gains.
Average at New High
Traders here and abroad con
cluded from President Roosevelt’s
speech before the United States
Chamber of Commerce Thursday
night that he planned to make full
use of his inflationary powers. On
the theory that stocks would be
more valuable relatively in terms
of a depreciated dollar, traders sent
buy orders in from all parts of the
country.
When the initial orders were
touched off blocks of 1,000 to 15,000
shares appeared on the tape. Stocks
closed high Thursday and only a
small appreciation was necessary to
day to send them to new 1933 highs.
The Dow-Jones industrial average
was carried to anew high since
mid-March, 1932.
Aircrafts Move Up
Trading in the first half-hour was
at a rate of more than 10,000,000
shares for a full session.
Early in the day leading issues in
all groups made new tops for the
year. Tnese highs included the
United States Steel issues, Gen
eral Motors, Bethlehem Steel, Du
Pont, General Electric, Westing
house Electric, Pennsylvania rail
road, New York Central, and Union
Pacific.
Late in the day the aviation group
was given a whirl and word went
around the street that one of the
big operators prominent on the
downside until recently was boost
ing the group. New highs were
made by United Aircraft and Cur
tiss-Wright, while Douglas and
North American Aviation equaled
their highs.
Bank Clearings
INDIANAPOLIS STATEMENT
—May 5
Clearings $1,634,000.00
Debits 3,827,000.00
TREASURY STATEMENT
—Mav 5
Net balance May 3 $591,567,545.47
Expenditures 12,549.451.43
Customs rects.. mo. to date.. 2,330,919.00
Foreign Exchange
(By Abbott. Hoppin & Cos.)
—May 5
Open. Close.
Sterling. England $4.00 $3.98
Franc. France 0473 .0469%
Lira, Italy .0625 .0623
Belgas, Belgium 16.65 .1650
Mark. Germany 2820 .2780
Guilder. Holland 4810 .4800
Peseta. Spain 1025 .1025
Krone. Norway 2035 .2035
Krone, Denmark 1775 .1775
Yen. Japan 2450 .2450
New York Curb Market
(By Abbott, Hoppin & Cos.)
—May 5
Close! Close.
Alu Cos of Am. 60% Hudson Bay Min 6%
Am Bev 2% i lmperial Oil ... 9%
Am C Pr & L B 4*4 Inti Ptrol 13
Am Cyan B ... 3V 4 !Mount Prod ... 3%
Am Gas & El.. 28*4 Natl Bellas Hess 2%
Am Sup Pwr .. 4% Niag Hud Pwr.. 12
Ark Natl Pr A. IV? Pan A Airways 39
Asso Gas A ... l%!Penroad 2%
Atlas Ut Corp. 11%|Pioneer Old Mi. 9
Braz Tr & Lt.. 10%.Salt Creek Prod 4%
Cent Sts El 2%]Std Oil of Ind.. 24%
Com Edison ... 61 !Std Oil of Ky.. 14
Cord 9 (United Foundrs. %
Deere & Cos ... 17%iUnited Gas .... 3
El Bnd & Sh... 19% Un Lt & Pr A.. 3%
Ford of Eng .. 3%!United Verde .. 3%
Ford Mot Can. 8 I Util Pwr & Lt.. 1%
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The bird has well-doveloped
wings, but they are short and
stubby, and rapid beating is neces
sary.
NEXT:—What is tortoise-shell?
CHICAGO STOCKS
Bv Abbott. HoDDin & Cos.
—Mav 5
Hieh Low Close
Bendix Aviation 13 s * 12% 13**
Bore-Warner 12% 11% 11%
Butler Bros 4 3% 3%
Cent 111 Sec Com %
Cent & So West 1%
Cities Service 3 2'? 2%
Commonwealth Ed ... 62 58 60
Cord Com 9% 9* 9%
Electric Household 7% 7 7%
Griesbv-Grunow 1% 1% 1%
Libbv-McNeil 3%
Lvnch Corn 15*? 15% 15%
Marshall Field 12 11% 12
Ontario Mfe 7
Public Service 27 25*? 27
Quaker Oats 112 103 112
Seabboard Util Shares.. % '2 %
Swift & Cos 16% 15'? 15%
Swift Internacional . 24'? 22% 24%
U S Gvnsum Com 38 36 36
U S Radio <fc Tel 10% 9'? 9*2
Utility & Ind 1% % I*.
Utility & Ind Dfd .and... 2% 2*2 2%
Vortex Cud Cos 6%
Walereen Cos.. Com.. . 17*2 16% 17
Zenith Radio 1
Investment Trust Shares
(By Abbott. Hoppin & Cos.)
—May 5
Bid. Ask.
American Bank Stocks Corp.. 1.17 1.37
American Founders Corp 100 2.00
American and General Sec (A 4.00 4.75
Basic Industry Shares 2.70 2.80
British Type Inv Tr Sn. 50 .55
Collateral Trustee Shares iA).. 4.25 4.62
Corporate Trust Shares (old).. 2.04
Corporate Trust Shares (new).. 205 2.09
Cumulative Trust Shares 346 3.56
Diversified Trust Shares (A <.. 600 . ..
Diversified Trust Shares (B>.. 6.70 680
Diversified Tr Shares (C) 2 64 2 74
Diversified Tr Shares (B> 4 42 4 52
First Insurance Stock Corp.... 1.85 1.95
First Common Stock Corp.... 1.31 1.49
Fixed Trust Oil Sh (A) 7.50 ....
Fixed Trust Oil Shares iß'... 6 10
Fundamental Tr Shares /A)... 3.60 3 70
Fundamental Tr Shares (81.... 3.40 3.50
Leaders of Industry (A) 2.00
Low Priced Shares 4 58 4.68
Mass Inves Tr Shares 15 87 17 25
Nation Wide Securities 2.83 298
No Amer Tr Shares (1953).... 1.65 ....
No Amer Trust Shares ('55-'s6i 2 15 2.20
Selected Amer Shares 2.30 2.40
Selected Cumulative Shares... 6.00 6.15
Selected Income Shares 3.10 340
Std Amer Trust Shares 2 65 2 75
Super Amer Trust Shares (A).. 2 65
Trust Shares of America 260 270
Trustee Std Oil (A) 3.85 395
Trustee Std Oil (B > 3.50 3 87
U S Elec Light and Power (A) . .12 50 13.00
Universal Trust Shares 2.27 2.37
Other Livestock
BY UNITED PRESS
PITTSBURGH. Mav s—Hors— Receipts.
2.300; market steadv. 170-250 lbs.. $4,250
4.35: 260-300 lbs.. $4.100 4.20: 100-140 lbs..
$3.2503.75: packine sows. $3.0003.25.
Cattle—Receipts 50: market steadv to
strone. Medium to eood steers vearlines
Quoted $4.750 5.75: heifers $4.000 5.25:
cows. $2.7505.75: bulls. $3.0003.40.
Calves—Receipts 150; market steadv.
Good to choice vealers. $4.50 0 5.00.
Sheep—Receipts. 500. Market steadv to
strone. Better erades shorn lamb. $5.75:
downward, some held hieher: choice
sprine lambs auoted. $7.500 8.00: good
shorn wethers ut> to $2.85.
NEW YORK COFFEE FUTURES
—May 5
RIO
High. Low. Close.
January ■ • 5.57
March 569 5.58 5.58
Mav 5.60 5.50 5.50
July 5.65 5.55 5.55
September 5.62 5.58 5.58
December 5.69 5.58 5.58
SANTOS
January I- 98
March 8.00 7.90 7.91
Mav 848 8.45 845
July 829 8.20 8.23
September 8.08 8.02 802
December 8.03 7.93 7.95
IY(* Offer
QUARTERLY INCOME SHARES
At Market
(35 Common Stocks)
T. P. BURKE & CO.
Incorporated
SUITE 222 CIRCLE TOWER
PHONE KUev 8536
ANNOUNCEMENTS
l Death Notices
BLEISTEIN, TlTUS—Beloved husband of
Louise Bleistein and father of Walter
Bleistein, Mrs. Edith Johnson and Henry
J. Bleistein. passed away at the home.
736 S. Noble St.. Thursday. May 4. 2
p. m. Funeral Saturday. May 6,2 p. m.
at the above address. Burial Crown
Hill. Friends invited. MEYER &
MONTAGUE SERVICE. '
HAUSER. GEORGE JOSEPH—Beloved hus
band of lona Bell, passed away Thurs
day afternoon. Services Saturday. 2
p. m. at THE JOHNSON & MONT
GOMERY FUNERAL HOME, 1622 N. Me
ridian St. Friends invited. Burial
Crown Hill, in charge of Center Lodge
No. 23. F. and A. M,
REYNOLDS. CATHERINE—BeIoved wife of
Edward P. Reynolds. Sister of Mrs.
Helen Fidler and Joseph Apert, passed
away Thursday. May 4. at the residence,
137 N. Highland Ave. Funeral Saturday,
Mav 6. 8:30 a. m„ from the FINN BROS.
FUNERAL HOME. 1639 N. Meridian St.
Services Holy Cross church. 9 a. m.
Interment Connersville. Ind. Ladies of
the Altar Society will meet at the
FUNERAL HOME. 8 p. m.. Friday for
prayer.
TERRY. WILLIAM T.—Beloved husband
of Lillian Terry, son of Mrs. Ida Terrv,
brother of Clyde Terry, and uncle of
Charles and Harry Eberg. at his late
home. 964 N. Bradley Ave.. 11:30 p. m..
Wednesday. Funeral at the residence,
Saturday. 2:30 p m. Friends invited.
Burial Crown Hill. Friends may call
anv time. SHIRLEY SERVICE.
S Funeral Directors, Florists
Experience Plus Friendly
Service
Johnson & Montgomery
Funeral Home
1622 N. Meridian HA-1444
W. T. BLASENGYM
Main office, 2226 Shelby Bt.
Branch office, 1634 W MorrU.
Dr 3570.
FINN BROS.
Funeral Home
1639 N. Meridian St. TA-1835
GRINSTEINER’S "
522 E. Market
RI. 5374
HISEY & TITUS
957 N. Delaware
LL 3828
jTC.WiLSON
1230 Prospect Dr €B2l -0333
4 Lost and Found
REWARD
TO FINDERS LOST ARTICLES
that have been advertised as lost In
this column will receive two guest
tickets
To See
‘‘Sweepings”
at
APOLLO THEATER
When you have returned the article
to its owner, ask him to call Miss
Joe. RI-5551. at TIMES WANT AD
HEADQUARTERS and say that you
have returned the article and tickets
will be mailed at once.
FUR PIECE, small brown fox. near
Block’s. Reward. RI-5166 or LI-2256.
LOST—Female wire-haired terrier; child's
pet. Reward. 737 De Quincy,
LOST Tuesday lady's white gold - watch.
Reward. 546 Mass. Ave.. Apt. 3^
WRIST WATCH—Student's: Tech, vicinity.
Keepsake. Reward. 443 N. Euclid. IR
-1441.
SELL. RENT OR BUY REAL ESTATE
through classified ads in The Time*
Phone “ad-taker” Rl 5551 durinc busi
ness hours
5 Personals.
SI(T REWARD |*
FAMILY WASHING—SI: curtains washed
stretched. 10c strip. 1014 Charles St.
RENT A MAYTAG
Si per week.
Call tu. 9441 Extension 572.
L. 8 AYRES * CO.
BAD ACCOUNTS COLLECTED OB So
CHARGE. HE-414L ~ .. .
PAGE 9
ANNOUNCEMENTS _
S Personals
WATCH REPAIRING—CIeaning. $1: main
spr gs. $1: jewels. $1: crystals. 25c. Meis
ter's Watch Shop 24 Pembroke Arcade.
USE Van Ogden's furniture tonic. A sAles-
man Is in vour neighborhood
16 Transportation
I Travel by Bus
Low rates, fast, itls,
WJT schedules, porter service
% en route.
WEEK-END
EXCURSIONS
Round Trip Fares
CHICAGO $3.75
LOUISVILLE $2.95
CINCINNATI $2.95
NASHVILLE $6.45
CHATTANOOGA ...$9.45
ATLANTA $11.95
Leave Fridav. Return on Tuesday.
Let Us Plan Your Trip
Call or Write
COLONIAL TOUR BUREAU
LI-2686. 141 S. Illinois St
CUT RATE BUS FARES
N. Y. $1150: Wash. $10; St. Louis,
$3 35; Kansas Citv. $5 75: Denver. sl6.
MODERN TRAVELERS' BUREAU.
Brevort Hotel. RI-2188.
BUSINESS SERVICE __
7 Business Services
BAND and orchestra instruments repairing;
expert guar work PEARSON PLANO
CO.. 128 N Penn. LI-5513.
BODY—Fender. General Repairs. DOLL
& MERING GARAGE. 2409 N Illinois St.
TA-5691.
BUSINESS'CARDS. Blotters. $1 (70
Hand Bills. Etc Per 1000
BEST PRINTING CO . 1520 N. Illinois.
Call DF? 2773 Leaky Roofs
Sclch - ‘ lo Guttering
CARPENTER. PAINTING—3O years' ex
perience in building, roofing. Personal
Service. DR-0782-R
CARPENTER General repairing, reason
nble: estimates free. MILLER. CH-4Q3$.
YARDS SODDED, seeded, rolled. black
rich dirt. JONES & SONS. CH-4023.
ROOFING—Sheet metal work and insula
tion, GRAHAM ASBESTOS CO. LI-5740.
CARPENTERING—Let Vern Headlee do
vour modernizing estimates free. WA
-0977,
CHAIRS made new bv rebottoming in cane,
hickory or reed. BOARD OF INDUS
TRIAL AID FOR BLIND. HA-0583
OOATS—Dresses, furs remodeled; work
guaranteed. MRS. WASTON. 220 N.
Illinois. LI-2928.
FAMILY washing, noatlv finished, shirts
included, 10c lb. Call, deliver CH-1687.
FLOOR PLUGS—lnstalled $1.75; complete
electric service: motor repairing. RI-5135.
FURNACE repairing. Furnace coils fur
nished. installed. $2.50. Gas stoves con
nected, sl, CH-5158.
“WE make Monkevs out of Flies.” For
screens call DR-6051.
PIANO TUNING and repairing. Estab
llshed 1912. WACHSMANN ._ DR-5367.
REPAIRING anv make range, heater or
gas range; reasonable. CH-1784.
ASH and trash hauling, cinders, good
dirt., trees removed. BE-0852.
CURTAINS laundered and stretched. 25c
pair. 8 S. Tuxedo.
DRESSMAKING—In home. Fancy dresses.
tailoring, alterations. HA-0968-J.
CEMENT WORK—2O years' experience.
Bottom prices. Estimates free. APPLE
GATE. Rl-9255.
7-a Moving, Transfer, Storage
FIREPROOF STORAGE
Store now. pay six months later, free
hauling to storage. Moving $4 per load
and up.
Call RI-7750, 419 E. Market Bt.
MOVING—S 2 up, anything, anvwhere. any
time; white men. PETE’S CH-2578.
MOVING. $2 up. or discarded furniture.
Experienced white men, RI-2947.
MOVING Local and overland, day or
night. 81-9673.
BRADSHAW TRANSFER—Move anv time.
$2 and up; exn. white men. LI-4105.
MOVING. HAULING Rent anew truck.
U-DRIVE IT, 39 Kentucky Ave. RI-7438.
STORAGE—LocaI, long distance hauling,
return loads wanted. Part loads service.
OTTO J. SUESZ. RI-3628. RI-6561.
CH-0699-W.
TA-4500—Verv prompt service, anv time.
Free estimates. Prices right. Best of
care taken. Courteous white men.
7-b Paperhanging and Painting
A-l PAPERlNG—Reasonable: embossed
paper. Furnished, hung. $4.50. LEWEL
LEN. IR-POBB.
A NO. 1 PAPER hung 10c roll; wall paper
cleaned FREE. Painting, repairing,
quality work. MR. WILLIS. DR-5075.
A-l PAPER CLEANING—SOc up: hanging
walls washed, painted. CH-6533-J.
A-l CLEANING WALL PAPER
GADBERRY. Work guaranteed.
p,l* 97198 Paper cleaned, anv room,
1) 50c. C. F. TUPPER.
CLEANING—Paper 50c per room: im
mediate service: white: 10 years ex
perience. LANNAN. BE-4728.
PAINTING—Best paint, repairs, reliable
terms. BEARD. RI-4155. 429% N.
Davidson. ______
PAPER HANGING—IOc roll, border free;
painting; repairing; clean 50c room BE
PAPER" HANGING Cleaning, painting."
moderate prices. SMITH BROS.. Deco
rator. CH-3732-M.
PAPER HANGlNG—Cleaning and painting,
bv responsible man: reasonable. CH
-2515-J,
PAPER CLEANING—EXCELLENT BERV
ICE. O'DONALD. RI-4628. .
PAPER FURNISHED, hung. $3 75; kitchen*
painted. woodwork washed. RI-1642.
PAPER HANGlNG—Paperfurntshed. hung.
Special price on lajee Jobs. HA-2987-W._
PAINTING and wall paper cleaning. Work
guaranteed. DR-4252.
PAPER HANGING—Paper furnished hung.
Special price on large jobs. IR-4664.
HA-2P87-W.
PAPER CLEANlNG—Experienced. F. M.
CALLENDER. CH-5788.
PAPERHANGING—S 2 anv room. work
guaranteed Paper 5c up LI-4290.
REAL paper hanger, painter. 25 years’ ex
perience: anv room *2; white man. MR.
RAY. HE-3247.
PAPERING, painting, all kinds general
repair, rock-bottom prices. RI-7725.
PAPERING. *2 HOUSE PAINTING. IM
MEDIATE SERVICE. HE-4070.
7-d Cleaners and Dyers
DEPRESSION—Rug cleaners. 9x12. *l.
guaranteed: 15 years experience. CH-6142
RUG CLEANING—ReIiabIe, guaranteed
work, special price. 9x12; *1.50 with
sizing; quick delivery service. BARKER
LAUNDRY Si DRY CLEANING CG LI
-9396.
New Deal Rug Cleaners
9x12 shampoo. *1; sized. 50c; work
guaranteed: prompt delivery. CH-7377.
RUG SPECIAL—9xI2 rug. cleaned, sized.
$2; small rug. 50c; fluff chenille made to
order. Active Rug Cleaners HA-3636.
RUGS-9x12 cleaned and sized. *2. By
this old reliable firm. W N. FLY RUG
CO.. 2328 Brookside. CK-2211.
PALMER CLEANERS—CaII Manager Dave
Farber. DR-1399 1602 S. Meridian. 9x12
rugs cleaned, sized. $1 90; curtains and
draperies at prices very reasonable: win
ter coats, fur-trimmed, moth-proof bags
free with each winter garment 75c:
lightweight coats, suits, plain dresses.
50c; felt hats. 45c; Panama hats. 65c.
Coats relined We call for and deliver
from 7a.m-8 p. m Guaranteed work.
Excellent service "A try will convince.”
INSTRUCTIONS
10 Schools, Colleges. Tutoring
FREE Hawaiian Guitar, to each new
student. HILO HAWAIIAN STUDIO.
2108 Roosevelt Ave.
LEARN" TO FLY NOW!
Complete course with dual and solo
Instruction. Actual flying 'essona only
*4. Ground courses every Wed. nite, 8
p. m. TARKINGTON SCHOOL OF AVIA
TION, Municipal Airport. BE-4400.
HELP WANTED
13 Help Wanted—Male
(4f SALESMEN for well established dry
cleaning plant; experience unnecessary.
Apply between 5 and 7 o. m. MR.
BRIDGES. 428'z E. St. Clair.
SALESMAN—CIean cut to make demon
strations. Call Sat. 1 to 5 p. m. 2302
Ashland.
WANTED—7S Ex-service men at Capitol
and Merrill streets at 7:30 p. m. tonight.
Ask for MR. MILLER.
WANTED—An aggressive voune man be
tween the age of 20 and 25. high school
graduate: long hours, hard work, small
> salary Give phone number. Apply
14 Help Wanted —Female
ATTRACTIVE voung women (2): perma
nent work; office experience not neces
sary. but helpful: good earnings. Apply
MISS WALKER 620 Peoples Bank Bldg.
COUPLE or e'.derlv ladv care for children
for home: references. 3202 Central 2 to
4 or after 8
EXPERIENCED bosom press operator for
laundry shirt line. Give age and experi
ence. Times. Box K-93.
RENTALS
17 Furnished Poo ms
$2. PENNSYLVANIA. 2165 N.—Extra large
airy room; large closet. Hot water.
HA-4241-W.
*2 50—PARK. 1414—Beautiful front sleeper;
redecorated: hot water; private entrance.
Parking. RI-3047.

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