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German Group Makes Gains |
on Favorable News From
Lausanne Parley.
BY F. H. RICHARDSON.
Special Dispatch to The Star.
NEW YORK, June 30—Led by the ι
foreign list. the bond market ranged
hifher in active trading today.
The market openel with a firm tone.
German government issues ran up
about 2 points in reflection of the re
newed optimism in Europe over devel
opments at Lausanne. Many of the
buying orders came from abroad. Ger
man industrials, utilities and munici
pals also advanced.
The Bank of England cut Its rate to
2 per cent. This forecast a further cut
In the New York Federal Reserve Bank
rate, now 2',2 Per cent, but since this
is unlikely to be made until next week,
the effect on United States Government
long-term issues was not pronounced.
As a matter of fact. Governments
opened '» to 3 g lower because of liquida
tion from Chicago and the continued
efforts of speculators to drive Treas
uries and Liberties down to buying
levels. After overnight orders were
cleaned up. most Treasury low-coupon
issues were about '4 to M; point higher,
■with smaller advances in Liberties and
Treasury 4%S end 4s.
In the corporation list the feature
«ss a sharp rise in the bonds of the St.
Louis-San Francisco Railroad following
approval by the Interstate Commerce
Commission of a loan of $3.390.000 and
the commission's statement that the
plan submitted by the carrier for re
duction of its fixed charges will prevent
a receivership July 1. Frisco 412<s
jumped 3 points and the prior lien A
4s about 2 points. Later these gains
were extended.
There were small gains in Southern
Pacific 4Vis, Southern Railway 5s,
Northern Pacific 6s and Rock Island
refunding 4s. Industrials were steady
with a tew declines. Dodge Bros. 6s
and Armour of Delaware were un
der pressure. Goodrich 6'is. United
States Rubber 5s and Stanard Oil of
New Jersey 5s were firm. Utilities,
headed by the seasoned bonds like
American Telephone 5s and Philadel
phia Co. 5s. sought higher ground.
The foreign list showed an inclina
tion to follow the German group. Great
Britain 5%s were bought because of the
Bank of England rate reduction and the
consequent improvement in sterling ex
change. Other Europeans and South
American issues were firm.
COUNTER CHECKS USED
IN BALTIMORE BANKS
Bpccla! Dispatch to The Star.
BALTIMORE, June 30.—A number
of the Baltimore banks have adopted
"receipts" in place of counter checks
for personal use in making cash with
drawals, thus saving the new check tax
of 2 cents. The form of these receipts
varies at the different banks.
The receipt serves in place of a coun
ter check, which is construed as taxa
ble under the new revenue act. It is
not negotiable as is a check and is
simply acknowledgment by the deposi
tor that he has received the sum speci
fied from his bank.
The receipt must be presented by the
pierson in whose name it is made out
and who signs it to the bank in which
he has his account.
Danville Firm Plans Loan.
DANVILLE, Va., June 30 <Special).—
One of the largest deeds of trust ever
recorded here has been written on the
books in the Corporation Court author
izing the Danville Warehouse Co. to
borrow $120,500 on its six valuable
pieces of Droperty in this city. The
money will be used to liquidate and
secure payment of existing indebted
ness.
The action was taken in compliancc
vit h a resolution adopted by the board
of directors on June 11 and ratified by
the stockholders on June 24.
Washington Stock Exchange
SALES.
Washington Rwy. & Elec. 4s—$1,000 at
79 :;4 ·
Potomac Electric 5 Vi % pfd.—10 at
10212.
Washington Gas 6s "A"—$500 at 98%.
Washington Rwy. & Elec. pfd.—10 at
77'i. 10 at 78, 10 at 78, 10 at 78. 10
at 78V4, 20 at 78' 4.
Anacostia & Potomac 5s—$1,000 at 40,
$1.000 at 40.
Washington Rwy. & Elec. pfd.—5 at
78'2.
Bid and Asked Prices.
BONDS.
PUBLIC UTILITIES.
Bid. Asked.
Amir Tel. A Tel. 4'is '39 100
Am. Tel. & Tel. ctl. tr. 5« P9
Anacostia & Pot. R. R. 5s 40 45
Anacostia Pot. Guar. Ss.... 77 85
C. & P. Tel. of Va. 5s 100
Capital Traction R. R. 5s 46 51
City & Suburban 5s 40
Georgetown Gas 1st 5s 100
Potomac Elec. Cons, b"', 102
Potomac Electric 6s 1953 107'i
Waah., Alex. A Mt Vernon ctl J
Waihingtoa Gai 4',is 92 94
Waahington Gas 8s 100 101
"Wash. Gas 6.s, series A 98'a 99'jfc
Wash. Gas 6s. series Β ΙΟΟ"*
Wtiii. Rwy. <Sr Elec. 4s 79'« 80Va
MISCELLANEOUS.
Barber A Ross. Inc., 6'^s 50
Chevy Chase Club 5*s 100 ...
Col. Country Club 5'as 100 103
With. Mkt. Cold Storage £s 94
STOCKS.
PUBLIC UTILITY.
Am«r. Tel. & Tel. <0) *76'»
Capital Traction Co. Ill *6
Waah Gas Light Co < 18) 65 B0
Norfolk A Wash. Stmboat (12)..*105 135
Pot. Elec. Power 6'·- pld 107Mi 108l/a
Pot. Elec. Power b'j', ρ ft! .. i02V« 103
Wash. Rwy. & Elec. com 1).. 200 280
Wash Rwy. A Elec. pfd. ( f » *. -. 77 80
The following figures are not bids, but
merely reoresent minimum prices ûxed by
the Washington Stock Exchange.
NATIONAL BANK.
Mln. price.
Capital f 141 *175
Columbia < 12 > 3"}
Commercial (stamped) (6 "183
District '6) ... *196
Fed.-Amer Natl. Bk A Tr. (2) *42%
Liberty 17M *190 1
Lincoln <10> *400
Metropolitan 114) 2·5
Riez* < 15 ).. . 350
Second 19e > * ' et>
Washington "180
TRUST COMPANY.
Amer Sec. 4 Tr. Co. (15) *299
Nm: Sav. & Tr <12. > 375
Prince Georges Bk. A Tr. (6) 28
Union Trust <8s> *191
Wash Loan A Trust (14) 400
SAVINGS BANK.
Bank of Bethesda <8f) *53
Com. A Savings (10» 325
East Washington 112) "20
Potomac 110 » 55
Sec. Sav A Com Bk. (10) "435
Seventh Street <12) "280
United States (30) 53»
Wash. Mechanics (20) 50
FIRE INSURANCE.
American (12) 271
Corcoran (10) 150
Firemen's (8) ·30
National Union (15) *14'a
TITLE INSURANCE.
Columbia (6b) 7
Real Estate (8h> 145
MISCELLANEOUS.
Col. Medical Bldg Corp (6> ·90
Dist. Natl. Sec. pfd 60
Emer. Bromo-Selz. "A' (2) *25>2
Federal Storage Bid 80
Fed.-Am. Co com. <60c) ·15
Fed.-Am. Co pfd. (6) «80
Lanston Monotype (6) 58
Mer. Tr A Stge. com 50
Mer. Tr. A Stae. pfd 741A
Meraenthaler Linotype (160) 42
Natl Mtge. A Inv. pfd. (8) 3
Peoples Drug Stores pfd < 6 ' ^ » 75
Real Estate M. A G pfd (6) ·«>',
Security Storaae (55) 975.
Ter. Ret A Wr Corp. (3) *42
The Carpel Corp. (2) ««it
W Mech Mtge. com. <8) g
Wash Med. Bldg Corp (7) ·#0
Woodward A Lothrop com. Π 20). 29'i
Woodward A Lothrop pfd. (7) 10S
•Ex dividend. s2'i extra
b Books closed. y2'jrr extra.
»2Se extra. K3% extra. 1
fJOc extra h4% extra.
II·» eatra. J5% extra.
«l'/s* extra.
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D U 11 U J STOCK EXCHANGE
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Belgium 7a'68 22 984 984
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Gen Motors 6s'27 .. 1C 102 101*
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Pere Marq 4 4" Ί0.
Pare M 1st 5s '56...
Peru Is '60
Peru Is 61
Peru 7s '59
Phlla Co 5s '«7
Phlla Elee 4s 'TI...
Phlla A Read la'41
Philippine R 4s '37.
PCCASt L 5s Β '75.
Poland Is '40
Poland 7s '47
Poland 8s '50
Port Gn El 4 4s '«·
PosTel A C 5s'53..
Prague 7Η» "52....
Prussia 6s '52
Prussia 14a '51...
Public Serv 4s '71..
Pub Sv 0 4148'Î7..
Pub SvG 4Hs'70..
Pure Oil 54s '37...
Pure Oil 6 Ha '40...
Ί Ί 3 I i
Il 724 72
1 714 714
« β8Η 684
S 41% 414
1 100
15 101*4
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5 97
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96
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60
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Rem R 64sA'47ww 2
Rhinelbe U 7s '46 . 5
Rhine Ruhr 6a'53.. 5
Rhine West 6a '52.. 10
Rhine West Is '53. . 29
Rhine W 6s '55 ww 87
Rhine West 7a '50.. 14
R Gr Do Su! 6s '61. 12
R I Ar A \j 4 4s '34. 9
Rome 64s 52 17
324 34
284 29
21 22
34% 36
344 35
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35
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7 7
224 22
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St J.ASF 4s A '6<l. .
St L A S F 44s '78
St LASF 5s Β '50. .
Sao Pau 7s '40 ....
Sao Paulo is '31...
Sao Paulo Is '50. ..
Saxon Ρ W t>4s'51
Saxon 7a '45
Seab A L· rf 4a '59.
Sea All Fia 6sA '35
Serbs-Cr-Sl 7a'63.
Rerbs-Cr-Sl Is '62.
Shell Un Oil 5s 47.
Shell Un OSs'49ww
Shlnvetsu 64" "53
Sine Oil 6 4s B' 31
Sine nil 7s A 37. .
S ne Cr Ο 54» '3*.
Skelly Ol) 54s '39.
Solssons 6s '36....
Solvay Am 5s '42..
Sou Bell TAT 6s '4:
Sou Pac col 4s '49.
Sou Pac ref 4s '55 .
Sou Pac 4 4s Ί8..,
Sou Ρ 4 4 s 19 ww.
Sou Pac 4'As 'SI..
! St u Ry κη 4s '51..
Sou Ry 5s '94
Sou Ry 6 4 s 56 . ..
St Oil Ν J 5s 46 . ..
Si Oil Ν Τ 44s '61,
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1
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Tex A Pac 6s Β '77 . 10
Third Αν adj 6s Ί0 4
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Toho El Pw 7s'56.. 7
Toklo 5s 62 10
Tokio 64s '61 1
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Un Pac 1st 4s 47 .. 19 91 90%
Un Pac rf 4s 2001.. 1 774 774
Un Pac 4 4s 67.... 6 734 72%
Un Ρ 1st rf 5s 2001. 3 90 894
Unit Drup as 63 .. . 22 69 664
Utd Kins 6 4s 37. .295 102% 1024
U 8 Rubber 6a 47.. 12 30 29
Un St W 64s A'47. 19 26 244
Ui St W 14a A'Sl. 1» 254 24%
Uruguay la '64... .i 10 22 22
Utah PALBi '44.. 6 65 644
UUlPw 6a 61 ww.. 24 164 16.
CORPORATION
REPORTS
TRENDS AND PROSPECTS OF
LEADING ORGANIZATIONS.
NEW YORK, June 30—The follow
ing is today's summary of important
corporation news, prepared by Stand
ard Statistics Co., Inc., New York, for
the Associated Press:
Automobiles and Truck*.
Automobile production in the United
States and Canada during May totaled
193,370 units, compared with 155,136
in April and 329.901 in May, 1831, ac
cording to reports to Department of
Commerce.
Electrical Equipment and Radio.
Westinghouse Electric & Manufac
turing. passed quarterly dividend on
common stock; paid 25 cents on April
30 and 62'2 cents in each of the two
preceding quarters.
Food Products.
Wrigley (William). Jr., Co., declared
four monthly dividends of 25 cents
each, payable August 1. September I,
October 1 and November 1 ; formerly
paid 50 cents on September 1.
Household Products.
Altorfer Bros., omitted quarterly divi
dend on $3 preferred stock; paid 75
cents February 1.
Leather and Shoes.
Endicott Johnson Corporation deficit,
six months ended June 4. 1932, $4,580
vs. net income of $1,333,753 In six
months ended July 3, 1931.
Machinery.
Curtis Manufacturing deficit, year
ended May 31, 1932, $48,225 vs. net in
come, $329,356.
Metals (Non-Ferrous).
American Smelting & Refining cuts
price of lead 5 points to 2.95 cents a
pound.
Bunker Hill <fe Sullivan Mining <fc
Concentrating Co.—Profit before depre
ciation and depletion in five months
ended May 31 was $107,560, compared
with $475,869 in 1931 period.
Mclntyre Porcupine Mines, Ltd.—
President states annual dividend rate
will be Increased to $1.50 per share
from 91, with possibility of bonus at the
end of fiscal year.
Railroad and Railroad Equipment.
Norfolk Southern R. R.—May net op
erating deficit, $68,968 vs. net operating
Income, $3.864; five months net operat
ing deficit, $271,104 vs. net operating
income, $42,911.
Retail Trade.
Lut Bros, deferred action on quar
terly dividend on cumulative preferred
stock; paid $1.50 April 1.
Shipping and Building.
Atlantic, Gulf & West Indies Steam
ship Lines Aoril deficit $176,027 vs. net
profit $454; four months, net loss $68,
942 vs. net profit $410,847.
Theaters, Etc.
Loew's Inc.-Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer tc
produce 48 feature films in 1932-33 sea
son.
Paramount - Publix Corporation had
deficit of $2.450.911 in three monthi
ended April 2, 1932, after providing a
$3 556,283 reserve for depreciation vs
net income of $3,515,652 in quartei
ended March 31, 1931.
Utilities.
American Water Works <fe Electric
gross revenues, 12 months ended Maj
31, off 9 5 per cent; surplus aftei
charges off 11.7 per cent.
Consumers Power gross revenues, 1!
months ended May 31, off 6.1 per cent;
net after taxes off 2.3 per cent.
Eastern Utilities Associates grosi
revenues, 12 months ended May 31, ofi
1.5 per cent; net after taxes off 3.S
per cent.
Eastern Utilities Investing Corpora
tion declared a quarterly dividend ol
1.25/100th of a share of $7 cumulative
preferred on prior preferred stock, or
which $1.25 cash was paid April 1.
Minnesota Northern Power 1931 net
Income before depreciation, minoritj
interest, depletion, etc., $907,777 vs
$1,859,672. ..
Ohio Edison gross revenues, 12 month!
ended May 31, off 10.2 per cent; nel
after taxes off 10.1 per cent.
GLOBE FLYERS SET
FOR START TODAY
Thick Weather Delays James Mat
tern and Griffen, but Break Re
ported Over Harbor Grace.
By the Associated Press.
NEW YORK. June 30—Thick weathei
over Harbor Grare, Newfoundland, wai
all that Btood in the way last night o:
the start of a proposed round-the·
world flight by James Mattern anc
Bennett GrifTen.
Dr. James H. Kimball, meteorologist
said the weather was clearing ovei
Harbor Grace, the flyers' first schedulet
refuelling point, however, and that the;
might be able to take off today.
The nameless monoplane in whicl
the aviators hope to better the glob<
circling record of Wiley Post and Harolc
Gatty. had received its final tuning-uf
and was ready to go.
Dump valves have been installed or
the gasoline tanks, and in event t.hf
plane is forced down on water, thf
emptied tanks would keep it afloat. A
hacksaw has been placed in the forwarc
cockpit so the engine may be cut awa3
and thus further lighten the craft.
Pish lines, mosquito netting, watei
bags and maps valued by the flyers al
$5,000 are some of the other Items ol
equipment.
MUNICH PLANS TO OPEN
FESTIVALS JULY 1£
Wagner and Mozart Music Fetes
Will Continue in Bavaria
Until August 21.
MUNICH (N.A.N A.) .—The Wagnei
and Mozart festivals this Summer be
gin on July 18 and go on until August
21. In all there will be 30 perfor
mances. Mme. Maria Olszewska ol
Chicago, Mme. Elizabeth Schumann
Vienna, and Herr Kurt Taucher, Dres
den, arp among the guest singers.
Sir Thomas Beecham will conduct
four of the Mozart performances in th<
Residenz Theater. He also will con
duct a festival concert of the Bavarian
State Orchestra at the Odeon Hall, al
which symphonic works of Haydn, De
lius and Richard Strauss will be given
"The "Meistersinger" and al lthe ring
operas of Wagner will be performed al
the Prinzregent Theater as well as
"Tannhauser," "Tristan" and "Parsi
fal." Other conductors will include
Paul Schmitz Richard Strauss, Hans
Pfitzner. Karl Elmendorff and Hans
KnappertSbusch.
Util Pow 5Hi '47..
Vanadium St 6s'41.
Vienna 6s iZ
V» Ry * Pw ·* 'It.
Wabash 4%a '78...
Walworth 6a A '45.
Warn Br Pic 6a'39..
Warn Quln 6a '13..
Warner Sug 7s "41.
Warren Bros 6s '41.
Warsaw 7s '61
West El db 5* 44..
West Md 4* A 52. .
West Union 6s '60.
West Un 6>^a '36..
Westphalia 6s '61..
W Ε O 5^4s 37 ww.
Wll * Co lat 6a '41.
Wis CentTm 4· '36.
Yokohama 6s'61...
Team S*T 6a A'7I.
TfiSln SAT 6a B'76.
lies. High. Low. Close
1 18 18 18
4 34 33IÎ 34
7 47 464 46M
10 97V4 96'» 86*,
17 7 7
1 13 13 13
7 14*4 14 14W
3 164* 16*» 164,
1 98*. 98*4 984,
2 27H 27 27
2 32 32 82
12 92V4 92'4 92Vj
β 47 46*4 47
7 45 44 44
2 58H 58'Λ
6 184 18 18
2 99* 994 99*
6 64*4 64** 64Ή
12 29 284 28*
5 44 48* *3M
7 54 H 644 54N
11 13 »2H 13
Markets at a Glance
NEW YORK. June 30 0*»).—Stocks
heavy: specialties lead decline. Bonds
Irregular; United States Governments
rally. Curb heavy; utilities sag. Foreign
exchanges steady; Swiss franc gains.
Cotton higher; unfavorable weather;
higher cables Sugar higher; trade
buying. Coffee lower; easier spot
market.
CHICAGO. June 30 OP).—Wheat
steady; heavy rains Oklahoma: steady
foreign markets. Corn easy; scattered
July liquidation; unsettled cash market.
I Cattle steady to firm. Hogs higher.
BONDS ON THE CURB
MARKET.
Sales in DOMESTIC BONDS.
thousands Hish Low. Close.
3 Alabama Pw 4'is '67 70% 70% 70%
2 Aluminum Co 5s '52 83 81% 81%
2 Aluminum Ltd Es '48 83 83 83
15 Amer α & Ε 5s 2028 74 73'» 74
1 Amer Rad 4%s *47 . 80 80 80
52 Amer Roll Mill 5s '48 37% 36 36
1 Appalacli Pow 5s 56 80 80 80
1 Arkans PAL 5s '56. 74 74 74
20 Asao Elec Ind 4'.s'53 39 24 26
13 Asso GAB 4%s 49 C 11% 101 ^ 10%
14 Asso Gas A El 5s '50 i3% 13% 13%
2SAso Gas A El 5s '68 13% 13% 13".
2AUO G Λ: Ε 5%s '77 18% 18% 18
2 Associât Rayon 5s '50 24% 24'% 24%
13 Asso TAT 5%s A '55 25 23 25
10 AS Tel Ut 5%s 44 C 17% 16% 17%
2 Baldwin Loco fi%s '33 56% 56% 56%
1 Bell Tel Can 5s A '55 85% 85% 85%
1 Bell Tel Can 5s Β '57 84% 84% 84%
1 Bud Gen El 5s A '56 103% 103% 103%
2 Can Nat RE 7s Ε 'S5 95% 95% 95%
» Carolina Ρ A L 5s '66 59% 58% 58%
18 Cent III PS 4',is Ρ Ί7 55% 85 55%
1 Cent Pw 4c Lt 5s '56 48% 49% 49%
12 Cent Pub Ser 5%j '49 1 % *»
15 Cent State Elec 5s '48 33% 23 23%
2 Cent St Elec 5%s '54 21% 21% 21%
1 Cent St PAL 5%s '53 21 21 21
5 Clil Dis El 4%s 70 A 56% 56 56%
2 Chi Dis Elec 5%s 35 50% 50% 50%
15CÎK St RI 5%s A '49 11 10% 10%
1 Ctncl Str Ry 6s Β '55 45% 45% 45%
70 Cities Service 5s '50 26% 26% 26%
9 Cities Service 5s '66 24% 23% 24
72 Clt Scrv Gas 5': S '42 40% 39%. 39%
6 Cit Ser Gas Ρ 6s '43 54 54 54
7Cit Serv Pow 5'jS '52 29 28 29
1 Cleve Ter Bid* 6s 41 35% 35% 35%
13 Comwh Ed 4%S C '56 *2 81% 81%
1 Comwh Ed 4' -s Ε '60 81% 8n. 81%
4 Comwh Ertis 4s F '81 72% 72% 72%
3 Comnltv PAL 5« '57 40 39 39
1 Γοη Ο Bal 4%s G 'β« 9* 96 9«
ICon G U· 6%s A '43 13'i 13% 13%
a Con Gas Util 6s A '43 20% 18 19
3 Consum Pow 4%s '58 92 91% 91%
21 Cont Ο Α Ε 5s A '58 41% 39 »
3 Continen Oil 5' s '37 89% 89% 89%
2 Crane Co 5s '40 58% 58 « 58'<
4 Del* E! Pow 5%s '59 56% 58% 56%
2 Det C Gas 6s A '47 . 81 8! 81
3 Det C Ges 5s Β 50 70 70 70
1 East ft Inv 5s A '54 8% 8% 8%
à Edts El Boston 5s '33 101 % 161%' 101%
41 Elec Ρ 9- L 5« A 2030 36% 34% 35%
4 Vmoire P'st El 5s '5? 38 38 38
4 Federal Wat 5'',s '54 28% 27% 27%
3 Flreiton» C M 5s '48 66% 6«<S «6%
3«sk Rubber 5%s '31 22 31 21
15 Florida Ρ A L 5s '*4. 53 51% 52
18Gatineau Pow 5s '56. 54% 54% 54%
3 Oatlnean Pw 6s Β 41 42 41% 41';
1 Gen Bron*e 6s '40 . 21% 21% 21%
2 Gen Mot Acc 5s '33 .. 101 101 101
1 Gen Mot. Acc 5s '34 99% 99% 99%
1 Gen Pub Serv 5s '53 66 66 66
2 Gen Wat Wk 6s Β '44 8 8 8
4 Genrela Power 5s '67 76% <5% 16
5 Gillette S Raf 5s '40 87 85% «7
5 Guardian Inv 5s '48. 26 26 26
3 Gulf Oil Pa 5s '37... 94% 94% 94%
1 Gulf Oil Pa 5s '47 .. 90% 90% 90%
I Hood Rubber 7j '36 . 49 49 49
1 Houst Gulf G «s A '43 37% 37% 27'
3111 Pow t Lt (s A '53 62% «315 β3%
18 111 Pow Λ Lt 5s C '56 56% 56 56
11 Illin PAL 5'is Β '54 57 56 57
4 Indnap PAL 5s A '57 97 84 84
18 Insull unlit 6s Β '40 1% 1% 1%
7 Int Pw Sec 6%s '54 Β 82 82 82
6Int Pow See 7» D '36 82 81% 81%
5 Inter Pw Sec 7s Ε '57 67 67 «7
II Intern Sec Am 5s '47 38 37 11%
4 Intersta Power 5s '57 53% 53% 52%
9 Intersta Power 6s '53 25 24% 24%
2 Interst Ρ S 4%s '58 F 55 52 52
11 Jers C PAL 4%s C '61 78 77% 77%
3 Kar.s GAE 6s A 2022 67% 67% 67%
2 Koppers G & C 5s '47 57% 57% 57%
4 Kresge 5s '45 cf dep 75 75 75 .
9 Lehieh Ρ S 6s 2036 59 58% 58%
2 Manitoba Pw 5%s '51 37% 37% 37%
1 Massachu Gas 5s '55 71% 71% 71%
5 Mass Gas 5%s '46 77 77 77
1 Mass U»illt 5s A '49 70% 70% 70%
6 Mid St Pet 6%s A '45 27% 27 27%
2 Mid West Ut 5s '33 cv 6 6 6
1 Mid West U 5s '33 cv 4% 4% 4%
9 Mid West U 5s '34 cv 4% 4% 4%
1 Miss River Pw 5s '5! 96% 96% 96%
3 Mont L HAP 5s A '51 85 84% 85
1 NarraKansett 5s '57 90% 90% 90%
2 Nat Ρ A L 5s Β 2030 53 53 53
48 Nat Ρ S 5s '78 9% 5% 5%
2 National Tea 5s 35. 62 62 «2
8 New En* GAE 5s '47. 46% 45% 46%
8 New En* GAE 5s '48 46 44% 46
12 New Εηκ GAE 5s SO 43% 43% 43%
1 New Enc Pow 5s '48. 30% 30% 30'<
23 Ν Y Ρ A L 4'is '67 . 81% 80% 81
1 Nia* Falls Pow 6s '50 103 103 1 03
1 No Con Ut 5V?S A "48 24 24 24
3 Nor Ind PSSsC '66 70 70 70
4 Nor Stat Pow 5%s '40 77 77 77
7 Nor Stat Pow 4%s '61 81% 81% 8Hi
1 Ohio Edison 5s '60 86% 86', 86%
9 Ohio Pow 4%s D '56 79 78% 787»
5 Pac G Α Ε 4' s F '60 85 85 85
2 Pac G A El Β 6s '41 102% 102% 102%
8 Pacific GAE 5s C '52 98% 98% 91%
2 Pac Inves 5s Λ '48 xw 63 63 63
3 Pacific Pw A L 5s 'S5 62% 61% 61%
1 Psc Wes Oil 6%s '43 54Va 54% 54%
1 Pa Cen PAL 4%s '77 63 63 63
m.
]r> umo t-itL. »"a5 s» en « en-» un i
3 Phil* Elec 5 Vas '72 . livfc 10 10
1 Pot Edts 4'is F 81 wi 70 70 70
16 Proct & Osm *'3s '47 99'i 99 99·>;
1 Ρ S No 111 4'is F '81 61 61 61
3 Pub Ser Okla 5s D '57 60 60 60
8 Pub 8 PAL 5'as A '49 593i 59'» 5»':
2 Pug S Ρ A L 5s C '50 58', Si', 58'
16 Pue 8 PAL 4'2s '50 D 54»i 54U 54'i
1 Rfpub Gas 8s '45 Λ 12 12 12
3 Roch Cn Pw 5s A '53 15 15 15
2 Scbulte HE 6s '35 xw 12 12 12
4 Scrlpps 5'as '43.. . 54'« 54'< 54';
4 Shaw WAP 4'jS A '67 56'2 56 56'
4 Shaw WAP 4'2s Β '68 56 55"« 551.
JShaw W4P 4'js D '70 55'â 55'a 55·,;
5 Shaw WAP 5s C '70 63 63 63
2 Snider Pack 6s '32.. 24 24 24
USE PAL 6î A 2025 xw 531 i 53 531
8 South Calif Ed 5s '51 96», 95si " "
1 South Cahf Ed 5s '52 961., 96'»
6 Sou Calii Edis 5s '54 96H 96
3 Scu Cal Gas 5s A '57 55'., 55
2 Stand Gas & Ε 6s '35 42'a 42'·4 42'
6 Stand G&E cv 8s '35 41· , 41 41"
2 Stand Gas A- Ε 6s '51 33ra 337« 33"»,
1 Stand Oas A Ε 6s '66 32'j 32'j 32'
8 Standard Ρ A L 6s 'S7 31H 303.« 31^
8 Super of Illin 4'aS '68 55 54'i MÛ
9 Swtft Co 5s '40 wi.. 81 79ft A
3 Swift Co 5s '44 97 98<a MM
2 Tenn Elec Pow 5s '56 83J,« 82^« 83
7 Texas Elec 5s '60 wi 67 68':. 86'.
7 Texas PtLSs '56 74 73'4 73V,
8 Pnit Ρ & L 5'jS '59 55 54 54
5 Uni Lt A Ry 5'2s '52 35·"» 35■ ■ 35>.i
9 Uni Lt «1 Ry 6s A '52 61 '* 61 >4 81H
5 United Ρ A L 6s '75 35'i, 35'î 35'i
2 Unit Pub Ser 6s A '42 2s. 2S
1 U 8 Rub 6'2s '34 ... 42 42 42
1U S Rub 6'is '35 ... 30 30 S0
1 U 8 Rub 6'2s '39 .. 25 25 25
7U 8 Rubber 6s '33 . 67 67 87
5 Va Pb Ser 5'„β A '46 55'à 54'« S5
5 Va Public Rerv 6s '46 36 35»a 35'à
2 Va Pub Serv 5s Β '50 S3 53 53
2 Ward Baking 6s '37 78 78 78
1 Wash W A Pow 5s '80 881» 88'. 88».
1 West News Del 8s '44 173« 175« 17',
8 wes Tex Ut 5b A '57 37 38 S7
FOREIGN BONDS.
3 Buen Air Prov 7s '52 24'z 24>£ 24'i
3 Cent Bk Ger 6s A '52 30', 30'» 30',
21 Cent Bk Co 6s Β '51 373« 37 37',s
1 Chile Mtg Bk 6s '31 11 11 11
12 Com Pr Bk 5'^s '37 37 36'', 38*,
7 Cuban Tel 7!2s A '41 78 70 70
1 Ercole Mare 6'ïS '53 43 43 43
16 Eur Ε Cp 6'is '65 xw 40 39'.» 39Vj
7 Europ Mtg 7s C '67. 32Ji 31'a 31Vi
6 Finld Ind Bk 7s '44 52'j 51'.a 52
5 Fluid R M Bk 6s '61 33'a 33 334
18 Ger Cons Mun 6s '47 24 22·'« 22'î
8 Ger Cons Mun 7s '47 243,« 23'a 231 a
20 Oesgueral 6s '53 ww 37'» 36 37'>
4 Ham ESAU 5 Va s C '38 36 35<« 36
2 Hamburj? Elec 7s '35 46'ίι 46'a 46'îj
3 îsarci ftyd El 7s '52 49 49 49
4 Ital Sup Pw 6s A 63 28 27'i 27'',
1 Medellin Col 7s '51.. ll'a lHa ll'a
2 Prussia Elec 6s '54 261, 261< 26>,
1 Ruhr G Co 6'2s A '53 26', 2fi3, 26',
3 Saarbrueck 7s '35 94''a 94'ίι 94'j
65 Saxon Pub Wk 5s '32 40 39'a 40
5 Terni Snc β'-s A '53 «S'a 43'a 43'i
7 Unit Indust 6'-.s '41. 32 31*< 31?,
ww—With warrants.
xw—Without warrants.
η—New
*1—When Issued.
CHICAGO STOCK MARKET
CHICAGO. June 30 </P).—Following
is the complete official list of transac
tion* on the Chicago Stock Exchantse
today:
Sales. STOCKS. Hich. Low. Close
50 Acme 8tl 9 9 9
50 Allied Prod . . 4 4 4
150 Assoc Tel Util 1 1 1
50 Bendix Av 5 5 5
550 Borg-Warner 3li 3'i 31,
250 Cent 111 Sec pf 3
200 Cent 111 Sec pf 5', 5 5
200 Cert Λ So West 'i W
20 Cent A So West pf .. 5'< 5 5'.«
50 Chi Yell Cab 7*4 7% Va
700 Cities Serv 2', 2 2',
200Comwlth Edis 523, 52'i 52'
100 Cont Chi >, »i >i
200 Cord Corp 2'» 23· 23«
100 Elec Household 2*» 2»* 2»,
SOFItz Simmons <fc Con. 7'. 7' . 7'·
203 Orlrsby-Grunow ..., 'a >2
150 HI Brick 4 4 4
1050 Insull Util '1 «4
100 Insull U pf 2nd Ser.. '■ '»
50 Jefferson Elec 4'a 412 4'2
50 Kat* Drug 16 16 18
100 Kellogg Switch 2 2 2
100 Keystone Steel 3s* 3H 3*«
150Lynch Corp ........ ll'a 11 11',.
1800 Mid We»t Util ' , V« V.
50 Morgan Litho 'a '4 >2
10 Musk Mot Sp A 3H 1s.
100 Nat Batterr ISVi 15'i 15Va
lOO Nat El Pow A >4 "t xh
100 Nat Sec Inv » Vt
400 Nat Sec Inv pf 26'i 28"« 2β'4
30 Pub Ser 8% pf 58 55 55
20 Pub Ser 7ί'<· pf. 60'i 60 80
40 Quaker Oats 85',« 64'i 85
50 Quaker Oats pf 97'i 97a« 9734
200 Railroad Sh ', U ' v£
80 Shaler Co A 4', 4'a 4'a
500 Swift ft Co 9% 9». 9»a
350 Swift Intl 18 17V« 17V«
10 Tel Bond ft Sh 1st pf 25 35 25
950 U 8 Gypsum 11V« 10»» 10',
50 U 8 Rad As Tel 6 6 8
300 Walrraen 9'i 9 9V«
Stock sales today, 14.000 shares.
June 27 marks the 250th anniversary
of the birth of Charles XII, a célébrât·
•d King of Sweden.
Ν. Υ. CURB MARKET I
Received by Private Wire Direct te The Star Office.
Stock and ■»!·—
DIMdend R»U. Add M. Rlib Low. Ol·*
Altbam Pwpf (·). lf>s 43 43
Aluminum of Amer 100» 224 22V
Alumn Goodsfinc). 2 84 84
AlumnLtd cu pf<3 >. 1 25 25
Am Beverage 4 54 54
Am Cit PAL A (aS) δ 194 194
Am Cities PA L B. 3 '4 Η
Am Cemwlth Pw A. 2 V» 4
Am Cyanamld B.... 17 2 1*%
Am Gas 1 El (II).. 44 164 154
Am Lt A Tr <2 4 ) .. 3 14 134
AmMfitpf (δ).... 50* 43H 434
Am Salamandra. .. 13 3
Am Superpower.... 60 14 14
Am Sup'pwr 1st pf. 3 354 354
Am Superpower pf. 3 10 10
Arkansas Nt Gs A.. 1 4 H
As El Ind Ltd klOc. 15 24 24
Asso Gas & Electric 14 4
Asso Ο A Ε A b5%. 14 14 1V4
Atlas Utilities 7 54 5
Atlss Util pf A (I). 7 334 334
Atlas Util war 1 14 14
Banaf Ind Loan m 1 84 84
Bliss Co <E W).... 1 14 14
Blue Bldge cv pf a J 27 17 164
Brasil TL&Pibi % ) 12" 84 8
Brit Celanese rets.. 1 4 4
Bunker Hill A Sul. . 225s 16 16
Bunker Hill&S vtc 100» 16 16
Cable Radio Tv.t.c. 1 Η 4
Cable SWire.A rets 1 Ν Η
Cable AWire.B rets 1 Α λ
Centrifug Pipe 60c. 12 2
ChesebroupKti'i) 1 604 604
Cities Servie» 63 24 2
Cities Servie· pf... 1 124 124
Clev El IUu pf (6). 10s 984 984
Cleve Tractor 8 14 14
ColGAEcv pf (5) 110s 494 4»
Col Oil A Gas vtc.. 6 H 4
Comwth Edison (8) 3 524 52**
Comwlth A Sou wai 1 4 Vi
Cord Corp 9 2% 24
Creole Petroleum.. 25 24 24
D· ere A Co 1 3H 34
Detroit Aircraft... 1 4 4
Draper Corp (2)... 50s 19 19
Durant Motors.... ■ 1 ft ik
Educational Pic pf. 50s 8 8
El Bd & Share i.6% . 69 54 54
Elec Bd A Sh pf (6) 8 19 19
Blec BAS pf (6).. 2 204 204
Elec Pwr A»(A)60c 2 3 24
Elec Ρ A L op war" 2 14 14
Empire G & F7% ... 60s 104 104
Empire Pwr part... 2 74 74
Europ El Ltd A 30e 13 24 2
Ford M Ltd 8 24 24
Fox Theater· (A).. 2 4 *
General Alloy· 4 14 14
General Aviation.. 1 14 14
Gn Ε Lt ret p36 3-S< 16 6
Glen Alden Coal.... 1 64 64
Goldfield Consol... 1 4 4
Gold Seal Electric.. 3 J, 4
Goldman Sachs.... .6 14 14
Grief Br Coop A 1.61 19 9
Groc Strs Prd vtc.. 3 &
Oulf Oil of Pa.... 9 27 284
Hart Schaf & M (4) 10s 20 20
Haîeltin· Corp. ... 5 34 34
Hudson Bay Min.. 1 1*» 14
Stork and Sale—
Divider d Rat·. Add M. Htsh. Low Cloee.
Humble Oil (I).... 1 37H S7H 87H
Hycrade Food 1 1*4 1*4 I'd
IneCoN Am (I)... 2 22 21*4 21*
IntUtllB 1 H H H
Interstate Equities 1 H H H
Interstate Eq cv pf . 1 6 f 6
Italian Superpw A. 1 S S S
Long Island Lt «Oc. 1 ISS 13S ISS
Merch & Min Τ 2H. 2 15V4 1(S 15V,
Mountain Prod tOe. S 3 3 S
Sat Elec Pwr (A ). « 1 S Vi S
Natl Fuel Ga» ( 1 ). 1 9S 9S 9'»
N·* EncPwpf (S)90i 16S 14V» 16H
N'ew Mex & A Lnd. 6 S S H
New Process ( 1 )... 12 2 2
M Y Steam <2.(0).1 28S 2814 28S
N'lag Hud Pwrin).. 16 9 PS 8V.
Slac Sh. Md Β b5% 2 4*. 4S 4^,
North StaPwAH) 1 39S 39S 39S
3H stocks, Ltd. ..... 20 2Î4 2% 2S
Pantepec 011....1 Vi V* S
PenroadCorp 8 1S Us Un
Penn W& Pw <î).. l 36% 36'» 36 V*
l'hil Morris Inc. ... 6 2 2 2
Phoenix Secur Corp 2 % 1» %
Pilot Radio Tube A 1 S S S
Pitney Bowes b4%. 1 lv* IV* lk
Pratt&T.atr.bertd). 2 9 9 9
Pur· Oil pf <«).... 10» 44 43 4.1
Radio Prod 2 3 3 3
Rainbow Lum A... 1 ft ft A
(tainbow Luitt Β. .. 6 V* V» V»
Republic Gas 1 ft A ft
St Anthony Gold... 1 ft ft ft
St Regis Paper 4 Is 1% 1%
Salt Creek Prod <1) 1 3% 3% 3%
Secur Allied <1)..., 3 (H 4'» 4%
Select Indus <n«w). 1 H V» s
Set Ind all cfs(6S). 3 SOW SOS SOS
Singer MfR Co (S). 30s 86 85% 85S
South Penn Oil <1). 2 12% 12H 12%
Stand Oil lnd (1). . 24 18U 18 18N
Stand Oil of Ky 1 20 24 94 9 9%
Stand Oil Neb (1).. 3 10S 10S 10S
Stutz Motor Car... 4 9S 8% 9S
Swift & Co(l) 2 9% 9% 9%
Technicolor 1111
r»rh HuRiifs HOc). 1 3% 3% 3%
Texon Oil & Ld (1). 15 5 5
United Founders... 10 S H ft
United Gas 2 S % %
United Gas pf <7 ).. 4 15S 15% 15S
Unit LtéPwr <A).. 7 IS IS IS
Unit Lt& Pwr pf.. 3 9% 9 9
U S Elec Pwr ww.. 2 ft ft ft
Unit Verde Ext 40c 2 2V* 2 2
Util Ρ Λ. Lt 2 S H %
Util Pwr&Lt Β ctfs. 12 2 2
Utility Equities... 1 Κ H Κ
V'lck Flnanc (30c)., 1 8** 8** 3%
Walker (Hiram)... 2 4S 4V4 4%
Walker (H) pf (1).. 18 8 8
Wenden Copper.... 10 ft ft ft
West Cart pf (i)... 25s 43 43 43
Wool Ltd k25 l-5c.. 14 9 8% 8S
Dividend rates in dollars based on last
quarterly or semiannual payraert. ·Ει
dividend. tPartly extra. IPlus 4% in stock,
a Payaole in ca.«h or stock, b Payable in
stock, e Adlustment dividend, f Pius 5*
In stock, g Plus 6% In stock, h Plus 1%
In stock. I Plus 2% In stock, k Plus 1β*
in stock, m Plus 3% In stock, η Plus I* là
stock, d Paid last Tear—no rssular rate.
BUYING IN STOCK
MARKET ANALYZED
Four Classes of Investors
Listed as Present Pur
chasers of Shares.
Special Dispatch to The Star.
NEW YORK, June 30 —"Who la
buying stocks these days?"
This query, put to a vice president
of one of the biggest national banks
here, who is In charge of the securities
department of that institution, brought
the following reply:
"Most share buyers today might be
grouped into four classes. The most
Important group, from the point of
volume, is the corporation. Many
firms continue to acquire their own
common and preferred shares on a
scale down. These concerns thus are
using their surplus, which some day
may be taxed.
"Corporation officials form the sec
ond greatest group of security buy
ers. They know whether or not their
companies are making money, earning
reports and balance sheets notwith
standing. Employes of corporations
form the third largest buying group.
Many companies have threatened to
dismiss or lay off workers, only to be
surprised by the workmen appearing
as important shareholders. In some
cases these workmen have withdrawn
funds from savings banks to buy Into
their concerns at what they considered
'bargain levels." These employes pro
test their discharges or layoffs as being
inimical to their interests and officers
have to give heed to blocks of stock
representing one-third to one-half of
the total voting power of the concern.
"The fourth group, and at present
the least important, is made up of
wealthy investors with plenty of cash
who believe security values have been
deflated. It is out of this group that
the 1936 millionaires will emerge."
(Copyright, 1932.)
■' »
MONEY MARKET.
NEW YORK, June 30 MP)On the
eve of the July 1 settlements the money
markets displayed greater firmness In
outside call funds, which were quoted
at 1% per cent, as compared with 1
per cent yesterday. The quotation for
Federal funds was also firmer at Vi-Vi
per cent.
The Stock Exchange rate for call
money continued unchanged at 3 «4 per
cent and time money market condi
tions were unchanged. Certain dealers
in bankers' acceptances were reported
to have reduced bid and asked rates
by H per cent.
Capital Reduction Approved.
NEW YORK, June 30 ^.—Stock
holders of the United States Leather
Co. have approved a reduction in cap
ital to $20.253,652 through retirement
of 33,178 shares of 7 per cent prior pre
ferred stock held in treasury.
BALTIMORE STOCKS.
Special Dispatch to The Star.
BALTIMORE, June 30 —
Sales. STOCKS. Last sales.
lis Arundel Corporation 15
33 Consolidated Gas com 44*«
105 Consolidated Gas 6 cum pfd D 103'a
10 Emerson Bromo-Seltzer A com. 24
40 Manufacturers Pin Co 2d pfd.. 6'a
837 New Amsterdam Cas Co 13
14 Unit oPrto Rlcan Sugar pfd...... 8
BONDS.
18,000 United Rwy & Elec 1st 4s 10Vi
Butter—One-pound prints, 93 score,
20; 92 score, 19; standards, 18. Tub, 93
I score, 19; 92 score, 18; standards, 17.
Eggs — Hennery, 15al6; current re
! ceipts, 13al4.
Poultry, alive—Turkey hens, 12; toms,
10; crooked breasts, 10; Spring broil
ers, Plymouth Rocks, 2 >4 pounds and
over, 18a20; 2'/2 pounds and under, 16a
18; Rhode Island Reds, 15al7; mixed
colors, 14al6; Leghorns, 14al6; hens,
colored, 13al5; Leghorns, 12; roosters, 8.
Poultry, dressed—Turkeys, hens, 15;
toms, 13; crooked breasts, 13; Spring
; broilers. Plymouth Rocks, 2\ί pounds
ί and over, 21a23; 2 > 2 pounds and under,
I 19a21; Rhode Island Reds, 18a20: mixed j
colors, 17al9; Leghorns, 17al9; Leg
horns, 15; roosters, 11; Long Island
4ucks, 14al5; hens, colored, 16al8.
Meats—Beef, 12al3; veal, 11; lamb,
j Spring. 17; Fall. 13; pork loins, 15;
fresh hams, 13'i: smoked hams, 16;
strip bacon, 16; lard, 7; compound, 6'3.
1 Live stock—Hcgs, light, 4.25a4.G(>;
medium, 4.25a4.60; heavy, 3.75a4.30;
pigs. 4.00a5.00; roughs, 1.00al.50; calves,
3.00a5:00; lambs. 4.00a5.50.
Fruits—Watermelons, Georgia, 28-30
pound average. 33a50; cantaloupes,
jumbos, 3.50a3.75; standards. 3.00a3.25;
oranges. 3.75a4.25; lemons. 6.00; honey
dews. 2 00a2.50; honeyballs, 2.00a4.00;
frapefruit. 4.00a4.25: limes. per 100,
.00a2.50; bananas, 1.25a2.00; figs, 75a
1.25: plums. 1.50a 1.75; cherries, fancy,
1.75a2.50; blackberries. 2.00a2.50; rasp
berries, red, 30; black. 12>j: huckle
berries, 3.50a5.00; peaches, 3.00; pine
apples. 2.50a3.00.
Vegetables—Potatoes, new, per barrel,
2.50; old. 100-pound sacks, 1.00al.25;
sweets, per bushel, 50a70; tomatoes,
lugs, l.OOal.25;; homegrown. 2-peck bas
kets. 1.50al.75; string beans, 50a75;
limas, 1.00a2.00; squash. 50a75; cucum
bers. bushel baskets. 50a75; eggplant,
1.50a2.00; lettuce, Iceberg, 400a5.00;
homegrown, 50a75; celery, 3.00a3.50;
kale, 50a60; spinach, 1.00al.25; aspara
fis. 1.00a2.00; beets, per IOO bunches,
00; carrots, per 100 bunches, 3.00a
4.00; cabbage. 50a75; peppers, 1.75a
2.00; peas, 2.25; corn, 50al.50.
OPERA WITHOUT SOUND
FORMS SINGERS' STRIKE
Management Pays Back Salaries
After Cast Goes Through First
Act In Pantomime.
BELGRADE CN.A.N.A.).—A new note
in strikes ' is the "stay-in" strike, re
cently adopted by the singers and
chorus of the State Theater of Bel
grade. These artists indeed appeared
upon the stage duly, their mouths
opening and closing as though in vocal
action, but no sound at all came forth.
The reason for the strike was that
their, salaries were in arrears and their
union had advised them to produce no
more melodious lays until the last ones
had been paid for.
Patrons who make a habit of listen
ing to singing with their eyes closed
just waited for the performance to
start—until It was an unconscionable
time a-starting. and then they began
to perceive that something was amiss.
The management paid up after the
first act. being in profound disagree
ment with Keats' decision that "heard ,
melodies are sweet, but those unheard : -
are sweeter."
C0LLATERALL0ANS0FF
AS STOCKS DECLINE
By the Associated Press.
NEW YORK, June 30.—The steady
deflation in stocks has been marked
by very substantial contraction in the
total of collateral loans outstanding.
Security loans of reporting member
banks in the Federal Reserve stood at
$4.778,000,000 on June 22, this compar
ing with $5.777,000.000 on December
30, an indicated shrinkage of about
$1.000,000,000. or 18 per cent. Of this
contraction only $232,000,000 was ac
counted for by decrease in advances
to brokers, the balance quite evidently
reflecting liquidation of collateral back
of loans made directly to non-broker
borrowers by banks. The contraction
in brokers' loans, equivalent to 40 per
cent, leaves the total of such borrow
ings at a new record low figure of
$359.000,000, contrasted with $1,400,
000,000 a year ago.
CHICAGO DAIRY MARKET.
CHICAGO, June 30 C4>).—Butter,
receipts, 14,563 tubs; firm; creamery!
specials (93 score), 16%al64«; extras ;
(92), 15?,4; extra firsts (90-91), 15a i
151*; firsts (88-89), 133<al412: seconds!
(88-87), 12al3; standards (90 central- I
ized carlots), 1S%. Eggs, reecipts, I
17,399 cases; firm; extra firsts, IS; I
fresh graded firsts, i2%: current re
ceipts, 111 â ; storage packed firsts, 11%;
extras, 13Vï.
Market Averages
Ey the Associated Press.
STOCKS.
50 20 20 M
Indus, Rails Util. Total
Today -35.1 13.3 54 8 35.2
Previous day .. 35.7 13.3 55.9 35.8
Week ago 37.» 15 3 59.2 31.1
Month ago .... 38 3 14.4 60 3 38.5
Year ago 112.9 78.9 170.3 117.t
Three years ago.223.β 142 9 279 4 219.3
Five years ago.117.8 115 2 110.1 114.Î
High, 1932 68.9 39.8 111.0 71.3
LOW. 1932 35.1 13.2 51 8 35.0
High, 1931 140 2 108.2 303 9 144.3
Low. 1931 ..... 60 0 30.1 92 8 «1.3
High. 1930 302 4 141.6 281 3 205.1
Low, 1930 112.9 86.4 146.5 114.7
BONDS.
20 20 20 M
Indus. Rails Util Total
Today *53.4 51.6 73.3 49 4
Previous day .. 53.6 il.8 73.2 51.5
Week ago §4.5 53 7 74 0 80 7
Month ago .... 55.1 48» 72.1 58 7
Year ago 84 6 H i 100 9 S3 1
Two year» ago. 92.4 106 2 <9.8 99.5
Three years ago. 92.0 192.6 97 0 97.3
High. 1933 .... 71.3 78 0 85.7 78.1
Low. 1933 53.4 47.4 70 9 #7.»
High, 1931 90.4 106.7 101 5 98.7
Low. 1931 62 3 63.3 80 2 89 5
High, 1930 94.9 109.8 101 4 101.»
Low. 1930 ..... «3.1 <7.3 <«.< 93.9
•New 1933 low.
(Copjrricbt. 1933, Standard Statut leg Co.)
}ublic Utilities Are Featured,
With Some Issues Going
Higher.
BY JOHN A. CRONE.
Dispatch le The Star.
NEW YORK. June 30 —Stocks drift
d lower on the Curb Exchange todaj
η dull trading.
Public utilities made the best show
ng. despite the week's drop in elec
ricity production. Electric Bond êt
Share and Cities Service both eased.
Standard Oil of Indiana was mora
ictive than usual, but moved within a
ractionai range. Niagara-Hudson Power
lew likewise was steady.
The reduction In lead price· was
orecast late Wednesday by the decline
η Eagle Pitcher Lead. Aluminum, Ltd.,
referred rose a half point. United
ftrde Extension Mining Armed. Gold
md silver shares lagged.
Gulf Oil of Pennsylvania opened up
learly a point. Standard Oil of Ken
ucky turned active in the third hour
iround 9 Standard Oil of Nebraska
ipened up fractionally, but South Pena
Ml eased.
In the specialties Singer Manufactur
ng opened up slightly only to react in
arly afternoon. Glen Alden Coal rose
ι half point. A drop of 30 per cent in
lollar volume, 15 per cent in tonnage,
ind a reduction of 25 per cent in ex·
xnses, as reported today by Philip
Carey Manufacturing Co., was not im
nediately reflected in the stock.
A series of bids and offers for Met
opolitan Edison 6 per cent preferred,
luoted at 36 bid, 4934 offered, was an
nteresting midday feature, as the stock
:losed yesterday at 37%, or up 2',j
joints.
Record Air Traffic reported In May
lad no Immediate market effect on the
tir shares. Draper Corporation at 1·
vas down a point. New York Steam
Corporation declined 2Vi points to 28'3.
Cord Corporation, the only active motor
hare, moved within a fractional range.
Is expected, Illinois Northern Utilities
leclared the regular quarterly preferred
tlvidends.
Grain Market
ir the Associated Press.
CHICAGO, June 30.—Wheat drib
>led back and forth in a fractional
trea as the trade awaited the appear
ince of the five private crop forecasts
t'hlch should be available tomorrow,
rhese calculations wil set forth the
ridicated condition and yield on Spring
vheat. The last Government report
m June 9 made the average condi·
ion of Spring wheat 84.5 per cent,
>ut contained no figures on indicated
'ield. The forthcoming Government
eport, however, will cite the estimated
1eld. which private forecast early this
nonth calculated all the way from
40.000,000 to $280,000,000 bushels.
Wheat closed irregular 3a off te
β up compared with yesterday's fln
sh; corn. Va-*4 down; Oats, un
hanged to Va higher and provisions
inchanged to a rise of 20 cents.
WHEAT— High. Low. Close.
'Uly. old «es .47% .47%
uly, new 48 V· .4713 .47%
leptember. old 51 50
leptember. new SO7, .50' «
>ecember 14% .53%
CORN—
uly 2»% ,27'i ,a«
leptember 31% .30% .30%
Jecembrr 32 S .31% -31%
OAT»—
uly liMi ,W% .US
Jecember 31H .21% ,2lt
September 18V« .1#% .1»%
RYE—
uly 2»'i .2714 .27'.
September 31J« .31 .31%
)ecen.bir 35's ,34H .34%
New York Cotton
Ipectal Dispatch to The Star.
NEW YORK, June 30.—Cotton price
umped 6 to 7 points at the opening of
he market today Trading was active,
rtth a sharp demand from shorts in all
lositions and a fair export inquiry.
July opened at 5.45, up 6; October,
.62, up 6; December. 5.76, up 6: Jan
lary, 5.85. up 7; March, 6.00, up 6, and
dav. 6.14, up 7.
With a continuation of rainfall la
ections where dry weather is said to
>e badly needed, prlcei advanced to
llghest levels of the month today and
■t midday the list was about 8 points
iver yesterday's closing quotations.
July touched 5.46 in early tradlni
ompared with 5.39. Wednesday's close,
he near month making less inaprove
rrent owing to the fact that July ad
anced more than later months in yes
erday's upturn. The market absorbed
onsiderable cotton, despite the recovery
if over half a cent from recent low
ivels, and contracts sold by professional
nterests inclined to work for at least «
emporary set back failed to weaken th«
1st.
A sharp advance In Liverpool In sym
pathy with the drive on this side lm
rarted strength to early trading though
here was little in the action of the
;tock market to encourage buying oper
tions.
PARIS BOURSE PRICES.
PARIS, June 30 iTP).—Three per cent
Kites, 73 francs 45 centimes. Five per
ent loan, 98 francs 80 centimes.
Exchange on London, fll francs 73
entimes. The dollar was quoted at
5 francs 46 centimes.
Bank of Prance Statement.
PARIS, June 20 (A>).—The weekly
tatement of the Bank of Trance shows
he following changes In francs: Gold
îcreased 456,000,000, sight balances
broad decreased 257,000,000. bills dis
junted at home increased 679,000,000,
ought abroad decreased '243.000,000,
ills bought abroad decreased 243,000,
)0. advances decreased 32,000,000, ch
elation decreased 341,000,000, current
ccounts increased 651,000,000.
Rate of discount 2l-2 pet cent.
General Insurance
Life. Fire. Automobile. Liability. Rends.
Windstorm. Accident Health. Burglary.
Hold-up, Workmen'* Compensation
Fen try
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