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MEM IES
Rise Fractions to Point or
More—Federal Issues
Narrowly Mixed.
% * ■■■■ —... i i ■■
Bond Averages
20 10 10 10
Ralls. Indus Util. Por'n.
Net change. +.2 Unc. +.1 Unc.
Today, noon 93.2 103.7 101.5 71.1
Previous day 93.0 103.7 101.4 71.1
Month ago. 91.0 103.3 101.9 71.2
Year ago... 82.9 95.2 88.5 69.7
1936 high... 94.3 104.1 102.3 71.4
^ 1936 low ... 86.9 102.4 99.3 69 6
1935 high... 87.8 102.2 99.8 70.4
1935 low_'76.4 92.2 84.5 65 5
1932 low. 45.8 40.0 64.6 42.2
l 1928 high.. 101.1 98.9 102.9 100.5
10 Low-Yield Bonds.
Noon_111.3 Prev. day. 111.4
‘ Month ago 110.8 Year ago. 109.9
1936 high. 111.5 1936 low . 110.2
1935 high 110.7 1935 low.. 107.9
1928 high 104.4 1932 low 86.8
(ComDlled by the Associated Press!
By the Associated Press.
NEW YORK, February 27.—Cor
poration bonds recovered today under
an active demand, but United States
Government issues moved in an ex
tremely narrow' range and the trend
was mixed.
Advances of major fractions to more
than a point were shown by American
Rolling Mill 4t4s, St. Paul 5s. Illinois
Central 4\s, Nickel Plate 4!2s and
L Walworth 4s.
Most of the active Treasury loans
ranged from 2-32 higher to 3-32
lower. Guaranteed obligations were
only slightly changed, but there were
more gainers than losers. Sales wrere
Email.
GOVERNMENT DEPOSITS
IN BANKS DECREASE
By the Associated Press.
Government deposits in member
banks of the Federal Reserve system
in leading cities show further decline
as result of the recently-adopted
Treasury policy of maintaining large
balances in the reserve banks and
drawing upon its accounts in com
mercial banks to meet current spend
« lng requirements.
The Treasury is expecied to re
plenish its balances through addi
^ tional borrowing next month.
m Treasury deposits in the reportins
member banks in 101 cities compared
as follows:
• Week ended February 19..$524,000,000
Preceding week_.„..$547,000.00C
Same week last year-$166,000.00C
SERVICE FEE REDUCED
ON TRUST CERTIFICATES
NEW YORK, February 27.—Follow
ing the reduction in the service fee
on Group Securities, Inc., sponsored
by Distributors’ Group, Inc., which
became effective last month, the na
tional wholesaling organization yes
terday announced a reduction in the
service fee on North American Bond
I Trust certificates.
! ' The new fee is based on a slid
ing scale, dependent upon the size
of the purchase, and runs from 3>:
points on less than 10 interests tc
2 points on 100 interests or more
This cdmpares with 5 points anc
2’z points, respectively, previously ir
effect.
lIMVbb I IIMu UUIVIrAiiltb
NEW YORK. February 27.—New Yorl
Security Dealers’ Association:
(Noon quotations !
Bid. Asked
4 Admin Fd 2nd Inc_16.74 17.81
► Am Gen Eq Inc_ 1.08 1.20
Am Business Shrs- 1.15 1.25
Am Ins Stocks_ 4.00 4.75
Basic Industry_ 4.61
Bullock Fund _17.25 18.75
1 Corporate Trust __ 2.71 -
Corporate Trust A A_ 2.50 -
Corp Tr A A mod _ 3.13 _
Corp Tr Accum Ser_ 2.50 _
Corp Tr Acc Mod _ 3.13 _
_ Cumulative Tr Sh 5.55
’ Depos Bk Sh N Y ’A”__ 2.43 2.70
Depos Ins Shrs "A"_ 4.17
Diversified Tr C _ 4.40 4. <5
Dividend Shrs _ 1.63 1 75
Equity Corp *3 pi_ 40.00 44.00
Fidelity Fund Inc_ 25.54 27.51
First Boston Corp_49.50 50.87i
Fixed Trust Sh A_ 11.89 -
Fixed Trust Sh B _ 9.99
Fund Investors Inc_U2.20 24.30
Fund Tr Shrs A_ 5.69 6.25
Fund Tr Shrs B 5.41
Group Sec Agriculture.. 1.73 1.88
Group Sec Automobile— 1.48 1.61
Group Sec Building_ 2.00 2.16
Group Sec Chemical_ 1.51 1.64
Group Sec Food _ 1.11 1.21
Group Sec Merchandise.. 1.14 1.24
Group Sec Mining _ 1.47 1.60
Group Sec Petroleum_ 1.3.3 1.45
Group Sec RR Equip_ 1.22 1.33
Group Sec Steel _ 1.60 1.74
Group Sec Tobacco_ 1.29 1.41
Incorp Investors _ 22.02 23.68
Inv Tr N Y Coll "A”_ 6.125
Investors Fd "C” Inc .. 97.91 99.89
Investors Fund of Am.. 1.06 1.16
Major Shrs Corp_ 2.75
. Maryland Fund _ 18.79 20.32
Mass Invest Tr_ 25.10 27.28
Mutual Invest _ 1.58 1.73
Nation Wide Sec _ 4.58 4.68
Nation Wide Sec vtc_ 1.69 1.84
N Y Bk Tr Shrs 3.50
North Am Bond Tr ctfs 82.00 86.73
Nor Am Tr Shares _ 2.58 -
Nor Am Tr Sh 1955_ 3.23 _
SOr Am Tr Sh 1956_ 3.19 _
or Am Tr Sh 1958_ 3.23
glymouth Fund Inc_ 1.01 1.12
uarterly Income Sh_ 1.52 1.67
telected Am Sh •__ 3.53
elected Am Sh Inc_ 1.56 1.70
Selected Cumul Sh_ 9.03 _
fsleeted Income Sh___4.77 _
pencer Trask Fund— 19.45 20.68
tand Am Tr Shrs_ 3.75 4.00
Btand Util Inc _ .91 .98
Super of Am Tr A- 3.72 _
uper of Am Tr AA_ 2.53 _
tuner of Am Tr B- 3.92 _
uper of Am Tr BB- 2.53 _
Super of Am Tr C- 7.10 -
Super of Am Tr D- 7.10
Supervised Shrs- 1.64 l.<9
i Trust Fund Shrs - 4.25 -
Trustee Stand Inv C- 2.81 -
Trustee Stand Inv D — 2.76 .
Trusteed Am Bk 'B — 1.02 1.14
Trusteed Industry Shrs— 1.39 1.54
Trusteed N Y Bk Shrs.- 1.51 1.70
NEW YORK BANK STOCKS
>
NEW YORK. February 37 </P.—New
Fork Security Dealers’ Association:
(Quotations as of 2 o'clock.)
Bid. Asked
fk of Man (1%) - 28% 29%
ankers Tr (2)_ 64% 66%
Bklyn Tr (4) _117 122
Cen Han Bk * Tr (4)_114 117
Chase Nat (1.40) _ 37 39
Cbem Bk 4 Tr (1.80)- 67 59
commercial (8) 179 185
Cont Bk 4 Tr f.Bo)_ 18% 20„,
Corn Ex Bk & Tr (3)_ 62% 63%
Empire Tr (1) _... 22 23
Fifth Ave (34a) ..._ 870 1010
: Trst Nat (Bos) (2)_ 46 48
, Trst Natl (100)_1870 1910
luaranty Tr (12)_ 294 299
Irking Tr (.00)_ 16 17 ,
l (anufacturer's Tr (l%a)_ 43% 46%
fall City (1). 34 36
k IV Trust (5)_114 117
9 Tlblic (1%) - 39% 41%
TUe Q A T _ 11% 12%
Cnited St Tr (735)_2055 2105
(a) Including extras.
' XT. S. TREASURY NOTES.
• ^ -f
_ (Reported by Chas.
V *1^ V
BONDS ON N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE
By private wire direct to The Star.
T R EA8U R Y.
Rich. Low. 8:6#.
J\s 1946-47 102 2 102 l022,,
2%s 1966-60 101 100 29 10030
Se 1946-48. 103 31 103 29 103 29
Se 1961-66 . 10317 10317 10317
3 Iks 1946-49 104 29 104 27 10429
8Un 1949-62_ 104 28 104 28 10428
314 8 1941 - 108 25 10825 108 26
(1*8 1944-48 _ 10616 10616 10616
84ke 1940-43 June 10816 10814 10816
3%I 941-43 Mar 108 20 108 20 10820
3 1948-47.“— 107 14 10714 10714
«s 1944-64 — 11212 U210 11211
JVa-sVa 1948-48 106 28 106 27 106 27
4^1147 61— 11622 11622 11622,
FEDERAL FARM MORTGAGE.
3 44 a 1942-47_1017 1017 1017
.,1*47 _ 102 28 102 24 10228
38 19491"_ 102 5 1021 1025
HOME OWNER8' LOAN
2148 1942-44_ 100 25 100 22 10025
2148 1939-49_ 100 24 100 22 10024
I, 1961.. 101 28 10124 10128
FOREIGN BONDS.
High. Low. 8:66.
Abltihl Pa&Pw 68 '63 4614 4514 4614
Adriatic El 7s'62___. 5714 5714 5714
Agr Mtg Col Bk 6e
’48 April cou in... 1914 1914 1914
Antioauia 7s 46 A___ 9*. 94* 9*4
Antloauia 2d 7a '67... 9*1. 91* 914
Argentine 6148 62— 95'~j 95-4 95A
Argentine «s’67 A- 98*4 98 4 98^
Argentine 6s'68 B.__ 98'4 9814 98 *
Argentine 6s 69 June 98H 98-4 98V*
Argentine 6s 69 Oct 98-1- 98V* 98*4
Argentine Sa 60 May 98'4 98 4 98 *
Argentine 6s 60 Sept 98*4 9814 9814
Argentine 6s'60 Oct 98*4 98*- 98*4
Argentine 6s'61 Fehr 98*t 98** 98*«
Argentine 6a 61 May 96’a 9814 9814
Australia 4Ha’66- 1001* 100 100
AustraIts 6s'66...... 105*. 105*« 105*4
Australia 6s'67____ 105'* 105** 105*.
Austrian 7a 67______ 96** 96 96
Belgium 6s '66 — 109:,» 109*4 109*4
Belgium 614* 49- 109'- 1091* 109'-*
Belgium 7s '66_116»* 116** 116-1*
Belgium 7s'66- 109 109 109
Berlin 6s ’6* - «
Berlin Elec 6s '65- 28% 28% 28%
Bolivia 7s 68_ 8% 7*» v/t
Bolivians 47_11% 11% 11*'*
brazil 6 Vis 28-’67- 27% 27% 27%
Brazil 6 Vis •27-’67- 27% 27% 27%
Brazil 7a ’62.. 27% 27% 27%
I Braz'l Rs «1_.... 32 31% 31%
Bremen St 7a ’*6_ 11% 31% 31%
Brisbane 6s '67...__ 99% 97% 99%
Brisbane 6s 68 98 98 98
Budapest 6s 62
unmat coupon oti_ 35 35 35
Buenos A Rs '61 Pv__ 77% 77% 77%
Buenos A CRViS 66— 97' .. 97% 97%
Buenos A 6s'61 st Pv 61% 61 61
BuenosABVis’RlstPv. 61% 60% 61%
Bulgaria 7s ’67
July coupon oft.... 15% 15% 15%
Canada 2 Vis '46_ 98% 98% 98%
Caldas7Vis 46_— 11 Vi 10% 10%
Canada 4s'60_108% 108% 108%
Canada 6s‘62—_114% 114% 114%
Chile 6s '61 Jan_14% 14% 14%
Chile 6s 61 Sept_— 14% 14% 14%
Chile 6s 62_ 14% 14% 14%
Chile 6s 63 _14% 14% 14%
Chile Mtg Bk 6s ‘61— 13% 13% 13%
Chile Mtg Bk 6s 62.. 13% 13% 13%
Colombia 6s 61 Jan.. 23% 23% 23%
Colombt 6s 61 Oct . 53% 23% 23%
Conenhagen 4 Vis 62 93 91% 93
CoDenhagen 6a '52 . 98% 97 98%
Copenhagen T 6a '64 100 100 109
Cordoba 7s 67 stpd— 46 46 46
Costa K<ca 7s 61 A
May coupon on.... 33*4 33% 33%
Cuba ft Vis 46 _- 46% 44% 44%
Cund'amarca 6Vis’69. 12 11% 12
Denmark 4V%s'62- 97 97 97
Denmark 5 Vis '55—.. 101% 101%. 101%
Denmark 6s'42 _105% 105% 105%
Dominic 1st 6Vis‘40. 67 67 67
Estonia 7s 67___ 96% 9514 96%
Finland 6Vis 66 .. . 103 103 103
Framerlc ln7Vis 42 106% 106% 106%
French Gov 7s 49 182Vi 182' . 182%
French Gov 7 Vis'41. 183 182% 182%
Get C Bk A 6s 38 .. 33% 33% 33%
Ger C Bk A 6s 60 Oct 32% 32 32
Ger Gen El 6Vis 40- 31 31 31
Ger Gen El 7s 46 ... 32 32 32
Ger Gov b%s'6b etpd 28 26% 27%
Ger Rep 7» *9 etpd._ 37% 37%. 37%
Grt Br * Ir 6%s 37 107 106% 106%
j Grt C El Jap 6%s 60 88% 88 88
; <}rt C El Jao 7* 44 91% 90% 91%
j Greek Gov 6s'68pt pd 28 28 28
Italv 7s 6* 64 63% 64
| Ital P U Crd 7a '6*_ 63 53 53
, Japan 5%s'86_83% 82% 82%
Japan 6%s 64_ 95 93% 94%
l^etpslz 7s 47__ 31% 31% 31%
Medellin 6%s'64 9% 9% 9%
Mend Eleo 7s 67 A_ 52 52 52
Mex 4s 10>‘46 east_ 6% 6% 6%
Mex 4s 10 '45asst im 6% 6 6%
Mex 4s‘64 asst __ 6% 6% 6Vi
Mex 6s ’33 asst lge._. 7% 7% 7%
Milan 6%s 62 __ 54% 54% 54%
Montecatlnl 7s 87-„ 76 76 79
Montevideo 6s 59.... 47% 47% 47%
Montevideo 7s 62_ 50% 50% 50%
New So Wales 6s '67. 102% 102% 102%
Norway 6s 63 _ 103% 103 103
Norway 6 %s 66_102 101% 101%
Norway 6s 48_106% 106% 106%
Norway 6s 62 _ 100% 100% 100%
Nuremoerg 6s'62_ 26% 26% 26%
Oriental Uev 6%s 68 77% 77% 77%
Oriental Dev 6s 63 82% 81 82
Oslo G & E 6a 63 ... 103 103 103
Panama 6s’63 stp asd 74% 74 7414
Pans OH Ky 6%s 68 134% 133 133
Pernam 7a '47
Sepi coupon oB_ 15% 15% 15%
Peru 6s 80-15% 15V* 15V*
Peru 6s <1-- 15% 15 15
Peru 7a 59.____17% 17% 17%
Poland 8a '60_ 90% 90 90
Porto A legre 7 % a '8 8
July coupon off .. 19% 19% 19%
Porto Alegre 8a '61
June coupon off_18% 18% 18%
Prussia 6s 62.. .... 27% 27% 27%
Queensland 7a 41_110% 110% 110%
Khlnelbe Un 7s 48... 33% 33% 33%
Klo de Jan 8s '46
April coupon off .. 19% 19% 19%
Klo Or do Sul 8a <8
June coupon off . 16% 16% 16%
Rio Gr do Sul 8s ‘48
April coupon off_ 23% 23% 23%
Rome 6 %a '52 _ 65 54% 55
Rotterdam 6s 64_ 122% 122% 122%
Rumania 7a 69
Aueoouponoff 26 26 26
Sao Paulo C 6%» ’87
Mav coupon off .. 17% 17% 17%
Sao Paulo St 7s 40 .. 89% 89% 89%
Serbs It 62unroeo.. 26 26 26
Shin su El P 6 Ha 68 87 84% 84%
Siemens ft H 6%e'61 46% 46% 46%
Taiwan Eleo6%e 11. 80% 79 79
Toho El Pw 7a ’66_ 93% 92% 92%
Toklo b%a'61_ 79 79 79
Toklo El Lt «s *61_ 82 79% 79%
Trondhlem 6%a'67.. 101% 100% 101%
UHsawa E P 7a '46 . 94 92 92
Un Stl Wk 6%a'47 A 32% 32% 32%
Un Stl Wk 6%s'61 C. 33 33 33
Urusuav 6a 60 - 46% 46% 46%
Uruauay 6a 64- 46% 46% 46%
Uruauay 6a 46..__ 46 45% 45%
Warsaw 7a 66 _ 68% 68% 68%
Yokohama 6a 61_84 83% 83%
DOMESTIC BOND8.
Adamr Exp 4a 47 100 100 100
Adams Exp 4a 46 100% 10G% 100%
Ala Grt So con 6a '46. Ill 110 110
Alb Per W P 6a 41... 70 70 70
Alias Corp 6a 44_ 94% 93% 94%
Alias Corp 6a 49_ 91 90% 91
Allas Corp 6a 66_ 77 77 77
Allas Corp 6a 60 stp 67% 55% 67
Ailes ft Westn 4a '96 97% 97% 97%
Allied Storee 4Ha '60 100% 100% 100%
Allta Chaim 4a 46 129% 128% 129%
Am ft For Pw 6a 9010 80% 80 80%
Am I O Cb 6%a '49— 116 115% 116
Am Inti 6 Ha 49 .. 105 104% 104%
Am Roll Mill 4 %a‘49 130 128 129%
Am T ft T 4%a »9 117% 117% 117%
Am T ft T el tr 6a '46 108% 108% 108%
Am T ft T deb 6a '60 113% 113% 113%
Am T ft T deb 6a 66 114% 114% 114%
Am T ft T 6%a 46 113% 113% 113%
Am Type 9 6a 40 efa 97 97 97
Am Wat tyke 6a 44 116% 110% 115%
Am Wat Wka 6a 16 106% 105% 105%
Am Writ Pap 6a 47 43 43 43
Anaconda db 4Ha '66 104% 103% 104%
AnsloCb Nltr 7a 46 26% 26% 26%
Ann A 1st ex In 4a '96 80 80 80
Armour ft Co 4 %e '86 104% 104% 104%
Arm ri Del Mat 4a 66 97% 97% 97%
Armatrons Ch 4a '60 106% 106% 106%
A TftS Fe 4a 06-’66.. 107% 107% 107%
AT&SFeadJ4a 96.- 108% 108% 108%
A TftS Fe ad «s-is it 109% 109% 109%
A T*8 Fe cn 4a '96„ 114 118% 113%
A TftS Fe 4 Ha 46 . 113% 113% 118%
A TftS Fe C A 4%a*63 112 112 112
Atlanta ft Btr 4a It.. 20% 20 20
AtlftChAltOtts'OO. 105 105 105
With. Low. 2:66.
AtlACb AL6s'4«._. 109% 109% 109%
Atl Coast L 1st 4* ‘62 99% 99% 99%.
At) Coast L dt 4s'62. 87% 87% 87%
AtlCLunms <4_ 86 86% 86%
At) Cosst Ii 6s ’46_ 99 99 99
AtlanttcAD 1st «s'4t 54% 52% 64%
AtlantloAD 2d 4S '46. 46% 45 46
Atl G A W 1 6s ‘69_ 67% 67% 67%
Aust A Nor 6s ‘41 .. 104 103% 103%
Aaburn Auto 4%s’39 105% 105% 105%
Baldwin tioco 6s *40.. 107% 107% 107%
B A O 1st 4# 46_ 106 105% 106
b AO4%s«0_76% 75% 76%
B A O 1st 6s 48_110% 110 110
BAOrtf 6s 96 A_88% 87% 88
B A O 6s 96 F _ 87 86% 86%
B A O raf 6s 2060 D-_ 87 86% 86%
BAO ref 6s '96 C .. 98 97% 98
BAO PLEA W V 4a*41 103% 103% 103%
BAO Swn 6s 60 ... 103% 103% 103%
BAO Toledo 4s *S9 . 96 96 96
BansAArooscv 4s’61 116 116 116
Beech Crk 4s '86 std 101% 101% 101%
Bsil T of Pa 6s 48 B 120% 120% 120%
Beth Steel 4%• 60s' 105% 105% 105%
Bos A Me 4 % e '61J.. 86% 85 86%
Bos A Me 6s ’66__ 91 89% 91
Bor A Me 6s 67 _90% 89 90%
Bos N ? A L 4s '66_ 28 27 28
BotCon M 9%o‘34 .. 22% 21% 21%
BotCon M 6 %s‘34 et 22% 21% 22
Bklvn Cy RR 6s '41.. 95% 95% 95%
Bklvn Edlsis 49 A— 107% 106% 106%
Bklvn M T 6» 49 A... 104% 103% 104%
Bklvn M T 6s 68 A_106% 106% 106%
Bklvn Un El 6s‘60 .. 114 114 114
Bklvn Un Oas 6a ’45 . 120% 120% 120%
Brown Shoe 3%s '60. 106% 106% 106%
Buft RAP con 4 %s*67 83% 80% 83%
B C R A N cl 6s '84 . 25% 25% 25%
Bush lerm 1st 4s ‘62 90 90 90
Bush Term cn 6e'66. 64% 62 64%
Rush T Bids 6s 60 .. 65 65 65
Bv-Prod Ck 514s '45.. 98% 98% 98V.
Calif GAE ref 6s 37 107 107 107
Can'dlan N1 K«Hs'66 113% 113% 113%
Can'dlan N» 6s'«9(>ct 118% 118 118
Can'dlan N db(l%a'4S 124% 124% 124%
%n'rilan pc 4h4sp*rp 92% 92% 92%
Can'dlan Pe 4Hs 46 104 104 104
Can’dlan Pc 4%s 60 103% 103% 103%
Can’d an Pc 6s 64 . 107 106% 107
Caro Cl A O 6s ’62 A 109% 109% 109%
Cent of Us con 6s 46. 35 34% 35
Cent III EAG6s’6l. 102 101 102
Certof N J 4S-67 .. 91% 91% 91%
Cent of N J sen 6r*7 102% 102% 102%
Cent Pac let rf «■ ’4# 108 107% 107%
Cent Pac 1st 4s ’49 re 100 100 100
Cent Pae 6s '60 96% 96% 96%
Cert’d det> 6%s 48 97% 97% 97%
Champ PAP 4 %a ‘60. 105% 105% 105%
Chesap L c* el 6s 44 119 118% 118%
Chesap Corn 6a'47_132% 130% 132%
CA04Hs’9SA_112% 112% 112%
C A O 4 %s 96 B_112% 112% 112%
C A O con 6s 19 _111% 111% 111%
Chi A Alt ref (s 49 .. 51% 50% 50%,
Chi B A (l ean 4s '65 . 112 111% 112
Chi B A Q 4%e '77__ 111% 1111- 111%
ChlAE 1116s'61 19% 19% 19%
Chi A E 111 eon fit'14. 95 95 ' 95
Chi Grt W 4s 69 ... 36% 35% 36%
Chi Ind A L 4s'47_ 43 43 43
Chi 1 A Laen 6s 66__ 23 23 23
Chi I A L «ten 6s 66.. 24% 22% 24%.
CMAStP 4s 19 ... 57% 57 57%
CMAStP an 4 H 19 C. 59% 59% 59%
CAlAStP«%» *» Bl_ 60% 60% 60%
CMAStP 6s 76 .. 23% 22 23%
CMAStPAP adlSslOOO 8% 8% 8%
Ch 1 A N W en 3 %s ’17 46% 46% 46%
Chi A NW an 4s 87 52% 52% 62%
Chi A NW an 4s’87 at 52 51% 52
Chi A NW 4 Ha 2U37 22% 22% 22%
Chi A N W 4H82037C. 23% 23% 23%
Ch- A N W 4 % s 49 .. 15% 14% 15%
Chi A NW an 6s’*7 55% 55% 55%
C&NW Nr W «Hs 36 56 55% 55%
Ch1 R IAP rf 48 34 .. 19 18% 18%
Chi R IAP en 4s 88.. 40%. 39% 40%
Chi H IAP 4%a 62... 21% 20% 21%
Chi K IAP 4 Hs 80 10% 10 10
Chi St LAN Me 4s’61 92% 92% 92%
Chi T HA.- 1st 6s 60 91%. 91% 91%
Chi T HAS Inc 6s 60 80% 80% 80%
Chi Un Sta 6s '44 _105% 105% 105%
Chi UnSta 6e 83 B . 106% 106% 106%
Chi A W l con 4s 63.. 104 104 104
ChlSW I6H» 63_107% 107% 107%
Childs A Co 6s 43_ 84% 84 84%
Chile Cop deb 6e 47.. 102% 102% 102%
Cln Gas El 4e 68 A 104% 104% 104%
Cln Un Ter 4H» 2020 110 110 110
Cln Un Ter 6s 67 C 112% 112% 112%
CCCAStL rf 4%s'77E 92% 92 92%
CCI'AStl rf 6s 63 D 99% 99% 99%
Cle* Cliffs Ir 4%s'60 106% 106% 106%
Cle* U11 Ter 4Hs 7". 93% 99% 99%
Cle* Un Ter 6s 78 rt 106 105'.. 105% 1
Cle* Un Ter 6 Ws'72A 109 109 109
Colo Fuel A Ir 6s 43 102% 102% 102%
Colo Ind el tr 6* 34.. 64% 63 63 ’
Colon Sn4l4» VO _ 751. 714; 7511
Columbia GAB
6s '62 May ... 102 101% 102
Columbia GAE 6a '61 101% 101% 101%
Cor Coal Md rf 6s'60 33% 33 33%
Con Coai Md 6a’60 cfa 33% 33% 33%
Con Gas N Y «%s 61 107% 107%. 107%
Con Gas N Y 6s 67 104% 104% 104%
Con ON? db 6%s’45 104% 104V. 104%
Container deb 6s '4* 102% 102% 102%
Consum Pun 3%s'66 106% 106% 166%
Consum Pwr 3%s 65 108% 108% 108%
Crown Will P 6s '61.. 105Vs 105% 105%
Cuba K K 1st 6s 62.. 59 58% 58%
Cuba HR 6s 36_ 62% 62% 62%
Cuba Nor KK 6%s'43 61% 60% 61%
Cumb T A T 6s '87 .. 103% 103% 103%
Del A Hud ret 48 43 86% 84% 86
Del A Hud 6*s 37 . 101% 101 101
Den A K U cn 4a 36.. 37% 35%. 37%
Den A R G 4*s 36 .. 37% 37% 37%
Den* KG W 6a 66 . 18% 17% 18%
Dei.ARGW &s’66asst 16% 15% 16%
Den A R G rf 6s 73 29% 28 29%
Detroit Edts 4S 66 F 110% 110% 110%
Det Edison 4%s'61 D 115% 115 115
Donner St ref 7a 42.. 104% 104% 104%
Dui S S A At 6a 37 .. 67% 67% 67%
Bast Cuba S 7*s'87 17% 16% 17%
Ed El II Bklvn 48 39 107% 107% 107%
Erie cv 4s 63 A- 87% 87% 87%
Erie 4a 96 - 103% 103 103
Erie *en 4a'96.___ 89 88 88
Erie ref 6a 67- 82% 81% 82
Erie ref 6a 7* _ 82 80% 82
Erie A Jersey 6s '65 118% 118'% 118%
Fed L«t A Tr Int 6s '42 100% 100 100%
Fed L.t A Tr 6a 42 . 103% 103% 103%
Fed Lt A Tr 6a 64 B. 99% 99% 99%
Fla E C Ky 6a ’74 8% 8% 8%
Fla E C Ry 6s ‘74 cfa. 7% 7% 7%
Fran Sue 7*e 43 ... 56% 55% 66%
Gen Cable 6%s 47... 105% 105 105
Gen Steel C 6 %e 49 93 92 93
Gen Tbea Bo 6s 40 24% 22% 24%
Gen Th Eq6s'40cfs st 25% 22% 25
Goodrich 6s 46 105% 105% 105%
Goodv'r TAR be '67 .. 104% 104% 104%
Gould Coup 6s 40 .. 80 80 80
Gt N R rel 4 %s 61 A 109% 109% 109%
Gt N K sen 4%s 76 D 103% 102% 103
Gt N R sen 4*s 77 B 103% 102% 102%
Gt N R sen 6a '78C. 109% 109 109%
GtNR6*a’6IB .. 114% 113% 113%
Gt N H ten 7s '36 A 102% 102% 102%
Grays Pt Term 6s '47. 90 90 90
Green Bay 6s 62 B 12 11% 12
Gulf M A N 6a '60 ... 91 90% 90%
Gulf M A N 6%s 60.. 96% 96% 96%
Gulf SU8U6*s '42. 103% 103% 103%
Har Ky-PC 1st 48*64 98% 98% 98%
HoetRlA Co 6*s'S4. 61% 60% 61%
Houston 011 6*8 40. 102% 102% 102%
nUUBDD V/UBI 09 OS ■»*» **0 7* %.Vl4
Hud A Man tno 6a‘67 39% 38 39%
Hud A Man raf 6s '61 86 85% 85%
111 Bell Tal 3%a 70 . 107% 107 107%
111 Cent coll tr «a'63. 86% 86% 86%
111 Cent coll tr 4S 61 83 82% 83
III Cent 4%a 66 80% 78% 80%
111 Cent St L Ss‘61... 87% 87% 87%
ICV&StL NO 4%e 63 84% 82% 84%
ICt AStL NO 6a 63 88% 88 88%
Inti A Loulsv 4s 66 . 33 33 33
Inland Stl 4%s 78 A. 102% 102% 102%
Int R T lat rt 6a 66 . 93% 93% 93%
I R T 1st ref 6s’66cfa 92% 92% 92%
Interlake 6a ‘61 _ 95 93% 95
Int Cement 4s 46.—. 128 126 128
Int Grt Nr 6a 63 A— 43% 42% 43%
im Gr Nr adl 6a’62A. 13% 13% 13%
Int Hydro SU 6s 44— 54% 53% 54%
int Mer Mar 6s 41— 77% 74% 74%
int Pan 1st 6s 47 A— 95% 95% 95%
Int Pan ref 6s ‘66 .. 84% 84 84
Int TAT ev 4%s'l». 97% 96% 97
int TAT 4%s ‘62_ 87% 86 86%
int TAT 6s‘66_ 91% 91 91%
Iowa C IstArf 4S ’61.. 3 2% 3
James PAC 4s 8* .. 94 93% 94
Kan C P S A M 48 '86 64 52 54
Kan CPSAMrf4a'36et 49% 47% 49%
Kan C So lat 8a 60 82 81% 82
Kan C So rf in 6s 60 85 83% 84%
Kan C Ter 1st 4a 10 108% 108% 108%
Keith 6s 46 . 96 96 96
Kendall 6*• 48 ww 104 103% 104
KyAInd T 4%e 61 at 101 101 101
Kings County ElAPw
pur mon 6s '97 .. 155 155 155
Kreaite Poun 4s 46... 110% 110% 110%
Laclede Gas 6s 83 ... 101% 101% 101%
Laclede G 6%s '68 C- 76 76 76
Laclede Gas 6s '42 A. 81% 81 81
Lautaro Nltr 6s 64.. 24% 24% 24%
Leb GAN 4%s 64 C— 102 102 102
Leb Val Coal 6s ‘64.*. 68% 68% 68%
Leb Val Coal 6s ’74... 67 67 67
L V N 11st 4s‘46'ctd. 79 79 79
LVN T4%S ‘40«td_ 96% 95% 95%
*
High. Low 9:86.
Lab V Pa oon 4a 8001 64% 63% 64%
Lab VPeon4Ha 1001 69% 66% 68%
Lab V RR oon la 1001 66% 64% 66%
Llgg A Mjrr 7a '44_ 186 136 136
Loew'e 6a 41 — 102% 102% 102%
Long lal gen 4a *18_ 106 106 106
Long lal ref 4a 41 ._ 102% 102 102%
Long lal unlf4a‘4t._ 102% 102% 102%
Lorrlllard 6a '51„_ 121 120% 121
La A Ark 6a 61 - 92% 91% 92
LAN unit 4a 40_108% 108% 108%
L A N 4%a 1001 C-108% 108% 108%
L A N rf 6Ha 1001... 106% 105% 105%
M‘Cro‘yS6%a‘41 Iliad 116% 116% 116%
MoKaaa » K 6%a '60 104% 103% 104
Manatl Sugar 7 Ha *41
otfa atpd rood 38 38 38
Manhut K 4a '90 etfa. 62% 62% 62%
Mead Co 6a 46 __103% 103% 103%
Mlrh Cant 4Ha *79— 105% 106% 106%
MU IBRASLIa 61 .. 104% 104 104%
Mil IS RAS L rf 6a ‘71 104% 104% 104%
MU A Nor con 4%»‘39 86 86 86
Mil Sna A N W 4a '47. 45 44% 44%
Minn AS Lrf 4a 49 . 4% 4% 4%
Minn A 8 L 6a 14 efa. 8% 8% 8%
MStPASSM on 4a IS. 42% 41% 42%
MStPASSM 6a *38 gU 46% 45% 46%
Mo K A T let 4a '90._ 86% 85% 86%
Mo K A T 4%a 73_67% 67 67%
Mo K A T 4a 61 B_ 64 62% 64
Mo K A T 6a 63 A — 73 71% 73
Mo K A T ad! 6a ‘07— 45% 44% 45%
Mo Pao «a '76 __ 14 13% 13%
Mo Pao 6a ’66 A 32% 32 32%
Mo Pao 6a '65 A ctfa.. 30 30 30
Mo Pao 6a '77 P .. 32% 32 32%
Mo Pao 6a ‘77 F ctfa.. 30 30 30
Mo Pae 68*710_ 32% 31% 32%
Mo Pac 6a '80 H_ 32% 32 32%
Mo Pao 6a'811 __ 32% 31% 32%
Mo Pao 6Ha 49 A — 10% 10% 10%
Mob A Ohio 4Ha'77.. 12% 12% 12%
Mohawk A M 48 91 . 96 95% 95%
Monong Ry lat 4a'60. 107% 107% 107%
Mont Pwr ret 6a 48.. 107 107 107
Mont Pwr 6a 68 A . 101 101 101
a. j if a ttk indt/i iniu imu
Mor A Kss 8%a 2001*. 93% 93% 93%
Mor A Ess '66.— 91% 91% 91%
Moi A Em 6* '66 .. 97% 97% 97%
Nashv C&St L 4a '7*. 91 91 91
Nassau El 4s 61 eta. 68 66% 68
Nai Dairy 614a 4« .. 103% 103% 103%
Nat Dla PC. «%s 46 104% 104% 104%
Nat R M lst4s'61 asst SC>» 5% 5%
Nat R M 4%» '26 asst 6% 6% 6%
Nat R M 4%a 67 aast 5% 5% 5%
Nat Steal ‘s ’tit. 106% 106% 106%
Naugatuck 1st 4s'64_. 76% 76% 76%
New Kne KK 4s 62.. 70% 70% 70%
New J PAL4%a «U 107% 107% 107%
New Or (INK 6s tl A 83% 82% 83%
NewOrA N 4%s 52.. 68 67% 68
New Or P S 5s 6* A.. 94% 94 94%
New Or P S ia 66 B . 94 93% 93%
New Or Ter 1st 4a'6* 92% 91% 92%
New Or T&M 4 %S'61 34 33% 34
New Or T&M 6a 64 B 37 37 37
New Or T&M 6a 66 C. 37 37 37
New Or T&M 6%s 64 36% 36 36'%
N Y Cent *%s #7_101 100% 101
N Y Cent 4s '42_104% 104% 104%
N Y Cent con 4s'91 . 99% 98% 99
N Y Cent rf 4%a 2011 87% 86% 87%
N y C if 4%s 2013 n. 87% 86% 87%
N y Cent ref 6s 201*. 93% 93 93%
N Y Cent cv 6s 44 .. 116 116 116
NVC&StL lat 4s H.r 103% 103% 103%
NYC&StL 4%s ’7* .. 84 82% 84
NYC&StL 6%a 74 A. 95 93% 95
N Y Chl&StL 6s'38 93 91 93
N Y Conn 1st 4Ha'63 107'/, 107% 107%
N Y Dork 1st 4a 61.. 74 73% 74
N y Dock 6s *( ... 72 71% 72
N y Edison 6s 44 B._ 104% 104% 104%
N y Edison 6s 61 C.. 104% 104% 104%
N y Ed ret 6%a 41.. 108% 108% 108%
N Y LAW lat 4s'7* . 100% 100% 100%
NY NH&H3%a'64 36% 36% 36%
N; NH & H 3%e 60.. 37% 36% 36%
NY NH & H 4s 67 . 25 25 25
NY NH * H 4%a 67 . 38% 38% 38%
NY NH&H cl tr 6a’40 48% 48% 48%
NY NH A H cv 6S 49. 38% 38% 38%
N Y O&W sen 4a 66.. 47 46% 46%
N Y o&W ref 4a 92 55% 53% 55%
N Y &Qns cn 3%s’65 106% 105% 105%
N Y Rvs Inc 6s 66 44 41% 41%
N y Rvs Inc6s'65asst 42 42 42
N Y Rys 6a 66 A asd 102 102 102
N Y & Rich G 6a '61 . 107% 107% 107%
N V Steam 1st 6a 61. 107% 107% 107%
N Y Steam 1st 6a 47. 109% 109% 109*.
N ? Tei een 4%a *9 111 110% 110%.
N Y Tr Rk 6a 41 stp._ 94% 94 94%
Nl»g Sh 6%s -6ti 101% 101% 101%
Norf So I at ref 6s 61 19% 19% 19%
NorftW 1st «s 96 . 118 117*, 118
North Am Co ks 61 106% 105% 105%
North Am Eh 6s 67 A 103 102% 102%
North Am Ed 6a 69 C 105% 105% 105%
North Am Ed ' %a 61 105% 105% 105%
Nor Pao gen la 2047 . 81% 81 81
Nor'n Pac 4He 2047.. 102 101% 102
Nor'n Pac 6a 1047 C-. 106% 106% 106%
Nor'n Pae 6e 2047 D . 107 106%. 106%
Not Pac 6a 2047 . 110% 110% 110%
Nor'n St P 1st6a‘41A 105% 105% 106V*
Nor'n St P 6a 41 B .. 105% 105% 105%
Ont Pwr Nlag 6s'43 114 114 114
Ore W R K A N 4s 61 107% 107% 107%
Otte Steel 6a 41 ... 102% 102% 102%
Pacific UasAE! 4S'64. 107% 107% 107%
Pac O A B 6a 42 103% 103% 103%
Pao HR Mo 1st 4a'll 101 101 101
Pac TAT ref 6* 62... 108% 108% 108%.
Pac Tel let 6a '87_103% 103V, 103%
Pan Am PC 6s 40 .. 51 51 51
Pan-Am P C 6s 40 ct. 60 49% 50
Param t Pic 6a 66 .. 92% 92% 92%
Parmelee 6a 44 _ 63% 63% 63%
Penn DUIaC 6a 41 ... 97% 97 97
Penn O A D 4 Ha 77.. 105% 105% 105%
Penn OAD 4%s 61... 108% 108% 108%
Penn P A L 4 Ha *1 .. 106% 106% 106%
Penn KR con 4a 46 . 112% 112% 112%
Penn R R 4s 61 ... 102% 102% 102V,
Penn KR 4%e 81 D-. 109% 109% 109%
Penn KR 4%s 84 .. 109% 109% 109%
Penn KR gn 4%e 66. 112'% 112% 112%
Penn RR db 4 %s %• 103% 102% 102%
Penn RR 6s 64 .. 105% 105% 105%
Penn RR gen 6s 68.. 118% 118% 118%
Pen G LAC rf 6s 47_ 109% 109% 109%
Peo G LAC 6s '46_117% 117% 117%
Peoria A E 1st 4s ’40. 90% 90% 90%
Pere Mara 1st 4s'66.. 94 94 94
Peoria A E ine 4s 90. 14% 14% 14%
Pere Maro *H» 80 .. 96% 96% 96V,
Pere Mara 1st 6s 66. 102 102 102
Phils RAW 4%a II.. 112% 112% 112%
Phils Co 6s 67 _105% 105% 105%
Phils El Co 48'71 _107% 107% 107%
Phils E)Co4Hs 17.. 108% 108% 108%
Phlia A H C A 1 ks 71 49 49 49
Phils A K C A 1 6s 49 29% 29 29%
Ph Pnnine Kv 4s 37 30% 30% 30%
PCCAStL 4%s '63 1__ 118% 118% 118%
PCCAStL 6s 70 A .. 119% 119% 119'%
PCCAStL 6a 7b B... 119% 119 119
PCCAStL 4%S 77 G 109% 109% 109'/*
PlnsAWVa 4%s'6IA 89 88 88
PIltsAWVa 4%s’69B 89 88 88
PlttsAWVa 4%s'60C 87 87 87
Port A CAD 6s '66 A. 97 97 97
Port A CAD 6s 62 B-. 96 96 96
Port Oen El 4 Hr 60 74 73% 73%
Port G E 1st 6s’66 SKt 107% 107% 107%
Porto Rio© A T 6s 42 77% 77% 77%
Postal Tsl A C 6s '66. 86% 36% 36%
Pub 8BIAG4S 71_108% 108 108
pure oil 4%a ou ..... iivv* no
Purity Bak 6a ‘48- 100 100 100
Reading Jar C«a’61- 100 100 100
Reading K 4%a 91 A 107% 107% 107%
Rem-H 6%a'4T A »» 111 110% 110%
Rem-R 6%a’47A i» 110% 110% 110%
Republic Stl 4%a '60 122% 120% 122
Republic Stl 4%e ’61. 100 99% 100
Republic Stl 6%e 64 108% 108% 108%
Revere Cop 4 % a ‘66 - 104% 104% 104%
Richfield Oil 6» 44 40% 40% 40%
Richfield O Ca 44 cfa 40 39% 40
HOW lat ex In 4s *0 86 86 86
Rio O W col 4a 49 A. 50 60 60
Rutland Can 4a 49 . 38 37% 38
Rutland RR 4V6a 41. 41 41 41
St L IMAS RAO 4rt6 76% 76% 76%
St L PANW 6a 4* — 46% 46% 46%
St L R M A P 6a 66— 86 85 85
St L-8 F 4a 60 A ... 20 20 20
fit L-8 F 4a *60 A cfa.. 18 , 18 18
8t L-8 F 4%a ‘78 ... 20 19% 20
St L-8 F4%a'78of at 18 18 18
BtL-SF6a*60B — 22% 22 22
St L-8 F 6a ‘60 B cfa. 20% 20 20%
St L 8 W lat 4a 19.— 88% 88 88%
8t L 8 W Id 4a ‘60- 63% 63% 63%
St L 8 W gn rf 6a *90- 86 86 36
St L 8W lat ter 6a*6t 63 63 53
StPCt RC6a’97 gtd. 102 102 102,
St P MAM ext 6a 41 106% 106% 106%
San AAA Paaa 4a 49 97% 97% 97%
San An Pb 8 6a 61 A 110% 110% 110%
8cnulco 4%a 46A atp 66 66 66
See bd A L ref 4a 69.. 8% 8% 8%
Saabd A L <a 46 A .. 10% 10 10%
Seabd ALU 46 cfa 9% 9% 9%
Seebd A-FI «b‘S6A et 5% 6% 6%
Sharon S H 6%a 41 . 103% 103% 103%
Shell Pipe L 6a 61— 103% 103% 103%
Shell On 011 6a 47_ 102% 102% 102%
Shelly 011 4a 61- 98% 98 98%
Sooony Vac I %a '69.. 105% 105% 105%
8o Bell TAT 6a 41... 106% 106% 106%
So Colo Pwr 6a 47 A. 105% 106% 105%
So Paced 4a 49_ 90 89% 90
So Paa raf 4a '66.— 106 104% 105
8o Pac 4%a 66 ..... 91 91 91
So Paa 466a‘99—. 90% 89% 90%
BoPao4%B«an..., [89%^9% 89%
i
High. Low 2:66.
So Pee Or# 4%a "11 97Vi 97 97%
So Pec S F Ter 4* '60 108% 108% 108%
So Ry Ren «e 66 A— 65'% 64% 65%
So Ry 6» 94 _— 101 100 101
8o Ry Rente 68 ..81 81 81
Southern Ry 6%a'68 63% 83 83%
So Ry M A O 4S 'll . 74 74 74
So Ry St Ddlw 4e 61. 88 88 88
S W Bell Tel 8%a‘64 107% 107 107
Spokane Int 6e'66 27 27 27
Studehakercv 6s 46. 106% 102 106
Swift A Co 8%a 60.. 106% 106% 106%
Tenn Cent ta 47 ... 93% 93 93%
Tenn CAC 6a 44 B .. 104% 104% 104%
Tenn El Pw ta 47 A 96% 95% 96%
Term Aa St L 4s '6* 109% 109% 109%
Texarkana 9%e’60 101% 101% 101%
Tex Coro cv 6a 44 .. 104% 104% 104%
Tex A Pac 6a 17 B .. 102% 102% 102%
TexAPac 6a T9 C_10%2 102% 102%
TexAPac 6a 80 D . 102% 102% 102%
TexAPao 1st 6a 2000 122 122 122
Third Ay ref 4a to 70% 70% 70%
Third A ad in ea 6a’t0 39% 39% 39%
Tol A Ohio C 8%a 60 103% 103% 103%
Tol St LAW 4# '60_100% 100% 100%
Un Oil of Cal 4a'4T._ 121 121 121
Un Pac let 4o *41_114 113% 113%
Un Pao 4a '68 _104% 104% 104%
Un Pac lat rf 4a 2008 109% 109% 109%
Un Pao 416a ‘61_106% 106% 106%
Unt Dru* 6a '68 .. 101% 101% 101%
Unit Rye St L 4a ’24.. 33 33 33
U S Rubber 6a 41 .. 106 105% 106
Unlr Pipe A R ta '86. 37% 37% 37%
Utah L A T 6a '44 A— 97% 97% 97%
Utah P A L 6e '44 — 97% 97% 97%
Util P A L 6a '69 mr. 68 67 67%
Util PAL 6%a 41— 72 70% 70%
Vanadium cy 6a ’41 92% 92% 92%
Vet Sug lat 7a 42 cfe 16% 15% 15%
Va BAP lat ret 4a'66 107% 107% 107%
Va Ry lat 6a ’62 A 110% 110% 110%
Va S W con 6a'68.— 90 90 90
Wabaah4%a’18 - 33 32% 32%
Wabash 1st 6a '29_103% 103 103%
Wabash 2d 6a '29- 95 95 95
Wahaeh 6a *76 B . 35 34 34
Wabash 6a'76 B ctfa. 32% 32% 32%
Wabash 6a ‘SO D. 34% 33% 34%
Wabash 6%e‘16 . 35% 35% 36%
Wabash Des M 4s*39. 80 80 80
Walker HAS 4 % a '46 . 107 107 107
Walworth 4a ’65-- 81% 80% 81%
Walworth 6s ‘66 a—_. 89% 89% 89%
Warner Bros cy 6s ‘29 95 95 95
Warren Br cy 6a ’41_ 68 68 58
Wash Cent 4S’42.... 99 99 99
W Pa P lat 6a ‘66 O— 106% 106% 106%
W Sb lat 4a 2061 Rtd. 94% 94% 94%
Waat'n Md lat 4a '62. 100 99% 100
Weara Md 6%s '71 108% 108% 108%
WeatnNYAP rn 48*42 108% 108% 108%
West's Pacts 46 a 39 39 39
West’n Pac 6s46A aa 37 37 37
West's Un 4%» 60... 107 107 107
Waat'n Un 6s 61- 106 105% 105%
Waat’n Un 6s 60_ 107 106% 107
Waat’n Unt%e 86... 102% 102% 102%
Wh A L E 6s 66 B... 104% 104% 104%
Wheel Steel 4%s 62 102% 102% 102%
Wheel Steal 4%s’6f.. 101% 101% 101%
White 8 M 6a’40 .. 95 94% 95
W 8p SU la* la -86 ct. 27% 28% 27%
W 8n Stl con 10*26 ct. 28% 27% 28
Wilson A Co 4a '22_101% 101% 101%
Wise 1st era 4s‘49... 20 20 20
WlaCSADtar 4a *22. 11% 11% 11%
YeunatnBATSriOB. 106% 105% 106%
Younstn SAT 6P78A 106. 105% 106
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NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE]
(Continued from Eighteenth Page.)
2:00 p.m.
Prev. 1836 Stock and Sales— Net
Blkh. Low. Dividend Rate. Add 00. Blah. Low. Clase.Chge.
12% 8% Western Maryland. 10 11% 10% 11% + %
20% 16% Western Md 2d pf._ 6 20% 19% 20% 41%
4 2% Western Paclflo—. 13 3 3
9% 5% Western Paclflo pf_ 10 8% 8 8% + %
96 72% West Union «a2> ... 27 90% 89% 90% +2%
47% 34% WesfKh se A B 60o. 20 46% 45% 46% +1%
122% 94% Westingtfse El (3). 20 117 114% 116% +2%
33% 28 ‘Weston El 1 (a2Sc). 2 29 28% 28% + %
28% 23 WestvscoChl (40c) 3 25% 25 25%+%
37% 31 Wheeling Steel- 3 35% 34% 85% + %
26% '18% White Motor. 69 25% 24% 25% + %
61 14% White Rk M S( 1.40) 2 16% 15% 16%-%
24% 17% White Sew Met) pf_. 2 21% 21% 21% + %
11 8% Wilson & Co (60o).. 19 9% 9% 9% + %
87 78 Wilson & Copt (6). 2 84 83% 84 +1
59% 52 Woolworth (2.40).. 16 53 62% 62%+%
34% 23% Worthington Pump 9 31% 30 31%+1%
74% 67 Worth Pumppf(A). 60s 68% 68% 68% +2%
" 62 47 Worth Pump pf(B). 4 58% 68 68 - %
2:00 pm.
Prev. 1836 Stock and Sales— Met
Hteh. Low. Dividend Rate. Add 00. Blab. Low. Close.Chge.
79 77 Wrlgley W lr <t»- 2 78 78 78 +1
45 84% Yale A Town* (60c) 1 39% 39% 39%-%
18% 8% Yellow Truck_ 68 18% 17% 17% + %
120% 83% Yellow Truck pf_ 250* 115 114 114%-1%
49% 44% Young Sp A W <3>.. 5 47% 46% 47% +1
51% 41% Yngst'n Sheet & T— 14 52 51% 52 +1%
18% 11% Zenith Radio_ 23 19 18% 18%+%
9% 7% Zonlte Products™. 4 8 7% 8 + %
Rights Expire.
3% 2% Budd Mfg—-Apr 16 12 3 2% 3
Approximate Sales of Stocks on the N. T. Exchange.
11:00 A.M_ 600,000 12:00 Noon..1.040,000
1:00 P.M. 1,380.000 2 :00 P.M. .1,690,000
Dividend rate* as tiven in the above table are the annual
cash payment based on the latest quarterly or ball-yearly decla
rations.
a Unit ot trading lest than 100 shares, tAnnua) rate—not
including extras {Accumulated dividends a Paid this year,
b Paid last year, d Companies renorted In receivership or belns
reorganized x Ex-dlvldend
JONES & LAUGHLIN
$40,000,000 Would Provide
for Construction and
New Equipment.
By the Associated Press.
The Securities Commission yester
day reported filing of the largest "new
money” issue since enactment of 1933
legislation requiring registration.
Jones k Laughlin Steel Co. of Pitts
burgh submitted a proposal to sell
$40,000,000 in bonds, of which $31,
500.000 would be spent for construc
tion and new-plant equipment.
The great bulk of the billions in se
curities registered with the Securities
Exchange Commission has consisted
of refinancing Issues, and some ouar
ters have contended that recovery has
been retarded by lack of capital con
struction by private Industry.
Officials declined to say whether
they believed the Jones k Laughlin
action indicated a break in the capital
log-jam.
The total of securities to raise
funds for plant and equipment in
January was only $9,959,340. Last
year's total was $46,236,000. There
also was $105,600,000 for increase of
working capital, which also means
new money.
New Plants Planned.
Jones k Laughlin said they planned
to spend $25,000,000 immediately to
construct a continuous wide strip
sheet plant, $5,000,000 for a new elec
trically-driven blooming mill at Pitts
burgh and $1,500,000 for additions to
the four-high cold reducing mill at
the Aliquippa works.
Of the balance, $5,500,000 would be
used to retire a debt at the Union
Trust Co., at Pittsburgh, and the re
mainder for corporate purposes.
The Securities Exchange Commis
sion said the interest rate on the
bonds ,the price to the public and the
underwriters have not yet been deter
mined and will be supplied in an
amendment to the registration state
ment.
United Aircraft Files.
Also registered yesterday was a $6,
300.000 stock issue by United Aircraft
Corp., an unspecified amount of which
woyld be spent for plant and equip
ment.
Other new money issues in recent
weeks included one for about $10,000,
000 out of $60,000,000 issue by Shell
Union Oil Co., and $3,000,000 for con
struction by the Champion Paper k
Fibre Co.
Jones k Laughlin said the new
Pittsburgh construction "should prove
an important fact in the operations of
the corporation, as light plates rolled
on the present plate mills cannot be
sold competitively.”
GLASS TRADE IMPROVES.
NEW YORK. February 27 OP).—
The American Glass Review says
j improvement in manufacturing oper
ations ivas registered in the industry
during the last week. The recent in
creases in the production of glass
bottles and containers are gradually
being enlarged.
Chicago Market
i Hours Are Fixed
By Board of Trade
By the Associated Press.
CHICAGO. February 2.7.—'The
Board of Trade announced that when
Chicago turns its clocks ahead one
hour March 1 its trading period in
grain and provisions would be from
9:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m., Eastern stand
ard time, daily except Saturday, when
it would be from 9:30 a.m. to noon.
A vote of the members yesterday
set the hours, which will open and
close the trading here one hour earlier
than the corresponding exchange in
New York.
Present trading hours are from 9:30
a.m. to 1:15 p.m.. Central standard
time, except Saturday, when the board
closes at noon.
American Mutual
Reports New Peaks
Reached in Year
Special Dispatch to The Star.
BOSTON, February 27.—"The year
1935, the 49th calendar year of Amer
ican Mutual, was one of the most
satisfactory periods in the long history
of the company," Charles E. Hodges,
jr., president of the American Mutual
Liability Insurance Co., told policy
holders at the annual meeting of
the company. "Premium1 volume,
assets and surplus all reached the
highest levels yet recorded."
"Putting aside benefits from appre
ciation of investments, our earnings
as usual exceeded our regular 20 per
cent dividend to policyholders by a
favorable margin. Our loss ratio was
maintained at favorable levels, reflect
ing our strict policies in accepting
| risks. Our expense ratio improved.”
Premium writings of American
Mutual in the aggregate increased
last year to $17,231,339 or 29 per cent
over 1934. Premiums from compensa
tion insurance increased 34 per cent
and from automobile and other lines
15 per cent.
Value of investments increased to
$18,390,230 and assets to $23,809,545.
Statement values of securities are well
below actual market values. In view
of current high market quotations, a
reserve for contingencies has been
established, totaling $1,000,000.
Of the Investments, 80.3 per cent
was in bonds and 19.7 per cent in
I stocks, both amounting to 77.2 per
cent of total assets, and cash to 14.1
; per cent. Cash and Government
i bonds together equaled 44 per cent
I of total assets, other bonds 32 per
: cent and stocks 15 per cent.
TAX-PAID PRODUCTION
OF CIGARETTES CLIMBS
By the Associated Press.
The Bureau of Internal Revenue re
ports tax-paid production of small
cigarettes last month totaled 12,724,
857,680 compared with 11,336,532,357
in January, 1935. Output of large
cigars increased to 336,579,363 from
327.578,067 in the comparable month
i last year Chewing and smoking to
i bacco production amounted to 26,215,
626 pounds compared with 26,606,049.
ORDERS STILL CLIMB.
NEW YORK, February 27 f/P).—
Dow, Jones & Co. says the uptrend
of new electric equipment orders which
existed throughout 1935 for the Gen
eral Electric Co. has continued so far
in the current quarter.
Hudson & Manhattan R. R.—Jan
uary deficit after charges was $29,
977 vs. deficit of $16,089.
NEW BETHLEHEM STEEL
SHARES ARE ADMITTED
By the Associated Press.
NEW YORK, February 27.—The New
York Stock Exchange today admitted
to the trading list Bethlehem Steel
Corp. of Delaware 7 per cent cumula
tive preferred par $100; the 5 per cent
cumulative preferred par $20, and the
common stock, no par.
Stockholders approved creation of
the new securities at a special meeting
yesterday, when they voted to merge
the parent New Jersey company with
a number of subsidiaries, and issue
new stock in exchange for that now
outstanding.
Trading in stocks of the New Jersey
company will be discontinued March 5.
BITUMINOUS OUTPUT
OFF SLIGHTLY IN WEEK
The National Coal Association, from
incomplete car loading reports from
the railroads, estimates bituminous
coal production in the United States
for the week ended February 22 as
approximately 9,625,000 net tons. Pro
duction for the corresponding week:
1935, 8,456,000 tons; 1934, 8,518,000
tons.
The report of the Bureau of Mines
shows production of 10,100,000 tons
for the week ended February 8, and
10,400.000 for the week ended Febru
ary 15, 1936.
Production calendar year to Febru
ary 22: 1936, *69,670,000 tons; 1935,
64.694 tons.
•Subject to revision.
NEW YORK BAR SILVER.
NEW YORK, February 27 <£>).—Bar
silver steady and unchanged at 44*4.
MONTREAL SILVER.
„ MONTREAL. February 27 MPi.—Silver
futures opened steady. .7 higher to 27
lower March 44.45b: May, 44.30b: July.
’ 44.35b. b—Bid
CARRIERS REPORT
January Operating Profits
Climb 42.9 Per Cent
Above 1935 Marks.
By the Associated Pres*.
NEW YORK. February 27.—A sub
stantial pick-up in railroad earn
ings for January was indicated today
in statements of the first 33 report
ing carriers.
Net operating income of these car
riers showed a gain of 42.9 per cent
over the total in the 1935 month.
The aggregate was $25,343,473,
against $17,732,272.
Gross income was up 12.5 per cent
over the same period a year ago,
with totals of $176,703,401 compared
With $156,927,712.
Net operating income of railroads
reporting today for January Included:
1936. 1936.
Baltimore tc OhiO_93.031.324 $1,793,958
Santa Fe- 480.607 *101.415
Den. A Rio Grande 211.342 161.564
Chi. & Northwest.. 85,527 *57.017
Pittsb. & L. Erie. 191.259 247.221
Northern Pacific_ *55.401 *382.225
Western Maryland 402.554 351.520
Chi. & East. Ill_ 89.819 39.314
New Haven_ 509.101 457.153
Burlington _ 899.305 198.228
St Paul- 855.178 *196.407
Atl Coast Line_ 63,556 10.3.457
Colo & Southern.. 15.291 *27.683
•Deficit.
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RUBBER FUTURES.
NEW YORK. February 27 OP*.—Crude
rubber futures opened steady. 7 to 10
higher. March. 1546a50; May, 16.60;
July. 15 T2b. b—Bid.
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