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I TO HIM LEVELS
Uniform Advance Staged.
Jun'or Corporates Win
Major Attention.
Bond Averages
SO 10 10 10
Ralls. Indus. Util. Por'n.
Net change. + .lUnc. —.1 Unc.
Today, noon 93.6 103.5 101.9 71.7
I Prev. day... 93.5 103.5 102.0 71.7
Month ago. 91.9 103.6 102.1 70.4
Year ago_ 81.1 94.2 87.8 68.3
1936 high.— 94.3 104.1 102.3 71.9
1936 low_ 86.9102.4 99.3 69.6
1935 high... 87.8102.2 99.8 70.4
1935 low_ 76.4 92.2 84.5 65 5
1932 low_ 45.8 40.0 64.6 42.2
1928 high-101.1 98.9102.9100.5
10 Low-Yield Bonds.
Noon _111.8 Prev. day. 111.8
Month ago 110.8 Year ago-110.2
1936 high- 111.8 1936 low.. 110.2
1935 high. 110.7 1935 low.. 187.9
1928 high. 104.4 1932 low.. 86.8
(Comciled by the Associated Press!
By the Associated Press.
NEW YORK, March 4.—A uniform
advance in United States Government
issues made an important contribution
to the firm tone which the bond
market carried throughout today's ses
sion.
Treasury 3s of 1951 and 3’4s of 1944
scored the best gains, around 7 32ds
of a point. Other Treasuries and the
guaranteed issues were up 1 32d to
4 32ds.
Secondary loans aroused the major
buying interest in the corporate sec
tor, although several of the low'-yield
issues also moved up sharply. North
ern Pacific 4s, Postal Telegraph 5s,
Frisco 4'-s, International Telephone
6s and Armour & Co. 4’2s improved
fractions to a point.
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MONSANTO CHEMICAL
BUYS DAYTON FIRMS
By th« Associated Press.
ST. LOUIS. March 4.—The Mon
santo Chemical Co. announced con
tracts had been made for the pur
chase of the Thomas & Hochwalt Lab
oratories of Dayton, Ohio, and its sub
sidiary. Dayton Synthetic Chemicals,
Inc. The purchase price was not re
vealed.
’ FEDERAL LAND BANKS.
NEW YORK. March 4 (IP).—Federal
Land Bank bonds:
iNoon Quotations.4
4'rs May 1947-3'! - . 191’. IOP2
4’.* Nov 195K-.SK . . lllli'2 I0«»4
4>.s May 1 H.Y7-.4 7 — . ... 19::’, 104
4’4S Jan ] 95 . -37 - 19.i’, 10.Pa
41 as July l956-:<6 ._ ioi 5* 101’*
4s May 195K-38_.. lot’* in.; a
4s Nov 1357-37.. . 194 « 104’,
4s July 1340-44.. 1 OKV2 19xs»
3’,s May 1355-45... 101’, 197 ,
r.s Julv 1355-45 _ S3’* 10(0*
Ss July 1956-46... 99’. 100
CHICAGO PRODUCE.
CHICAGO. March 4 >.V.—Butter. 10.
fco: steady; prices unchanged. Eggs.
P.0H6: steady. Extra firsts, local. 2.5.
cars. 24 fresh-graded firsts, local, 22*2:
cars. 2.7*2: current receipts. 21*2.
Poultry, live. 1? trucks: steady. Hens_.
5 pounds and less. 22'*: more than 5
pounds. 20: Leghorn hens. If: Springy.
21. broilers. 22’.-: fryers. 27: Leghorn
chickens. 1*; roosters. 1*3: turkeys. ]Ka27:
heavy white ducks. 24: small. 22: hea\y
colored. 27: small. 21: geese. 10: capons,
7 pounds up. 20: less than 7 pounds. 1
Dressed turkeys firm: old hens. 27:
young toms, less than 18 pounds. 2 <'2;
heavy, flabby young toms. 20; No. 2.
turkeys. 22
(United States Department of Agri
culture)—Potatoes. 00: on track. 275:
total U. §. shipments. 022: dull: .supplies
moderate: demand eood for seed stock,
alow for table stock. Sacked, per hun
dredweight, Idaho Russet Burbanks. U.
S No. 1. 1 70a 17* >. U. S. No 2. 1.75;
Wisconsin Round Whites. U S. No. 1.
1.15a20: North Dakota Red River section
Bliss Triumphs. U. S. No. 1. J .75; Minne
sota early Chios, partly graded. 1.15:
Colorado McClures. U. S No. 1. J.S0a85:
Nebraska Bliss Triumphs. U. S. No 1.
and partly graded 1.45aHO; less than
c*rlot.s. Florida, bushel crates. Bliss Tri
umphs. U S No. 1. few sales, best. 1.50
• 75; mostly J ,00a05 per crate: poor lower.
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CHICAGO LIVE STOCK.
CHICAGO. March 4 iTPi iU. S. Depart
»r»ent of Agriculture).—Hogs. 11.060. in
cluding 2.006 direct unevenly steady to
3 5 higher than Tuesday’s average; in
stances on weights above 250 pounds and
sows 25 up: closing active: top. 10.70:
bulk. 150-250 pounds. 10.35a60; 250-300
pounds. 9.90a 10.-40: 300-350 pounds. 9.05
*90; sows. 8.85a9.35.
Cattle. 9.000: calves. 3.500: choice and
prime medium weights and weighty steers
strong on shipper account: such kinds
selling at 11.on upward: top. 12.00; all
grades of light steers and lower grade
heavies weak: heifers firm: best. 9.00:
numerous loads. 7.75a*.75: beef cows’
weak: cutter rows and bulls strong:
vraiers. 25 lower: bulk of crop comprises
strers in killer flesh; best weighty sausage
bulls 6.50: vealers. 8.50 down.
Sheep. 10.060: fat lambs mostly 25
lower: spots off more: yearlings practi
cally absent: other classes weak; several
loads; choice 91-99 pound fed Western
lambs. 9.50 to packers: less desirable of
ferings. 9.00a46. including natives; hold
ing best fed lambs around 9.75; choice
95-pound aged wethers. 6.60; most
•laughter ewes. 4.00a5.25.
TJ. S. TREASURY POSITION.
By the Associated Press.
The position of the Treasury March 2:
Receipts. $18,132,275.18; expenditures.
£24.521,480.66; net balance. $1,7 60,362.
218.72; customs receipts for the month.
£2 423.312.87.
Receipts for the fiscal year 'since July
1» f2.364.021.675.45; expenditures. $4.
•7 81.964.921.16. including $2,228,586.
$90.66 of emergency expenditures Excess
of expenditures. $2,417,943,245.71. Gross
debt. $30.516,967.451.13. a decrease of
$2 693.498.50 under the previous day.
Gold assets. $16,166,460,361.41.
Receipts for March 4. 1935 'comparable
date last year). $29,909,994.59; expendi
tures. $54,008,443.59: net balance. $2.
023.966.275.08: customs receipts for the
month $3 811.841.64.
Receipts for the AscrI year. $2,313.
?83.910.65: expenditures. $4,618,182.
412.96. including $2,309,215,961.69 of
emergency expenditures, excess of expendi
tures. $2.304.398 502.31: gross debt. $28.
524.029,028.20; gold assets. $8,544,629.
664.13.
FOREIGN EXCHANGES.
NEW YORK. March 4 I/Pi.—Foreign ex
change steady. Great Britain in dollars,
ethers in cents. Great Britain demand.
4 99>«: rabies. 4.9P'«: HO-day bills. 4.9K'«.
France demand. 6 67; rabies. 6.67. Italy
demand 8.02; cables. 8.02.
Demands: Belgium 17.05: Germany
free. 40.66: res. tourist 26.00: reg.
eomml. 23.00; Holland. 68.73: Norway.
25.08: Sweden. 25.74: Denmark 22.29:
Finland. 2.22: Switzerland. 33.03; Spain.
13.83: Portugal. 4.54 tit: Greece. .95'/,:
?oland. 19.08: Czechoslovakia. 4.18'4:
ugoslavia. 2.32: Austria. lH.98n; Hun
gary. 8.59n: Rumania. .76: Argentina.
S3.27n; Brazil. 8.59n: Toyio. 29.12;
Shanghai. 30.12* a: Hongkong. 32.87' j:
Mexico City. 27.85; Montreal in New York.
100.03'/»: New York in Montreal. 99.9614.
n—Nominal.
FOREIGN MARKETS.
LONDON. March 4 (4A.—Trading was
euiet and prices held steady In the stock
exchange, gilt-edged securities and indus
trials being maintained on investment sup
port. Speculators bought oil stocks. Gold
mining issues were firmer while trans
Atlantic shares moved irregularly. Air
craft stocks eased on disappointing de
fense plans and the market closed steady.
PARIS.—After opening weak rentes
Iteadied and closed above Tuesday's level.
International issues were uneven. The
closing tone was irregular.
RUBBER FUTURES.
NEW YORK. March 4 0P>.—Crude rub
ber futures opened quiet, unchanged to A
lower. March. 15.50b; May, 15.75; July.
16.82b. b—Bid.
MONTREAL SILVER.
MONTREAL. March 4 (HA.—Silver fu- ,
tures opened easier 6a0O lower. March,
4.100b: May, 43.00b; July, 43.00b.
b—Bid.
PHILADELPHIA PRODUCE.
PHILADELPHIA. March 4 (vP).—Live and
dre&sed poultry unchanged. I
K 4
IBONDS ON N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE
By private wire -direct to The Star.
TREASURY.
High. Low. 2:55.
2 44a 1945-47_ 1029 102 7 1029
Z%a 1965-60_10111 101 fi 10110
38 1946-48_ 104 7 1045 104 7
38 1951-66_ 10327 10321 103 27
344s 1946-49_ 1056 1052 1056
3 44" 1949-52_ 105 2 104 30 1052
3%l. 1941_ 1093 10829 109 3
« Via 1945-46_ 106 28 106 23 106 28
3 4»s 1940-43 June 10820 10820 10820
344* 1941-43 Mar 10828 10828 10828
3448 1943-47_ 10719 10719 10719
1946-68_ 11024 11020 11024
48 1944-64_11218 11218 11218
4148-3448 1943-45 1078 107 1078
44is 1547-62. 1175 117 117 5
FEDERAL FARM MORTGAGE.
24is 1942-47_ 101 23 101 23 101 23
3s 1947_ 1031 102 30 1031
3s 1949 _ 10216 10215 10216
344s 1964_ 10331 103 30 10331
HOME OWNERS' LOAN
24iS 1942-44_..1017 1015 1017
2 648 1939-49 -.1015 1013 1015
Ss 1952_ 102 6 102 3 102 5
FOREIGN BONDS.
High. Low. 2:65
Abltlbl Pa&Pw 6s'63. 48% 48% 48%
Adriatic El 7s'52—. 60 60 60
Agr Mtg Bk Col 6s
'47 Febr cou o*- 20 20 20
Akersbus 6s 63-- 99% 99% 99%
Antloauta 7s '45 A- 9% 9% 9%
Antloqula 7s'45 B- 9% 9% 9%
Argentine 6 %s'62- 97% 97 97%
Argentine 6s'67 A-100% 100 100
Argsntlne 6s '68 B — 99% 99% 99%
Argentine 6s 69 June 99% 99’.. 99%
Argentine fls'69 Oct-. 99% 99% 99%
Argentine 6s'60 May. 99% 99% 99%
Argentine 6s '60 Sept. 99% 99% 99%
Argentine 6s'60 Oct.. 99% 99% 99%
Argentine 6s’61 Febr 99% 99% 99%
Argentine 6s 61 May. 99% 99% 99%
Australia 4 Mis’66_100% 100 100
Australia 6s ’65_105% 105% 105%
Australia 5s’67___105% 105% 105%
Austrian 7s "57__ 96 96 96
Bavaria S 6%s ’45_ 31%' 31% 31%
Belgium 6%s ’49_109% 109% 109%
Belgium 7s’55..'_116 116 116
Belgium 7s ’66 _ 109 109 109
Berlin Elec 6s '65_ 28% 28% 28%
Berlin Elec 6%s ’69_29% 29% 29%
Bogota ss 45_ 16% 16% 16%
Bolivia 7s’6*_ 8% 8’i 8%
Bolivia 7s *9_ 8% 7% 7',
Bolivia *s 47_ 12 12 12
brazil 6%s'26-’57_ 27% 27% 27'i
Brazil 6%s'27-'67_ 27% 27% 27%.
Brazil 7s'62_ 28% 28% 28%
Braz‘1 8s il_ 33 32% 33
Breda Ernesto 7s'54. 51 51 51
Brisbane 6s'67_ 99 98% 99
Brisbane 6s 58_ 98% 98%. 98%
Buenos A 4’is '76 Aug fil 59% 61
Buenos A C 6s'60 Oct 96% 96% 96%
Buenos A C 6%s 55.. 98 98 98
Buenos A 6s '61 Pv_ 78 78 78
Buenos A 6s'61 st Pv. 62% 61% 63%
BuenosA6%s'61stPv. 63 63 63
Canada 2 %s '45_ 98% 98% 98%
Canada 4s SO_ 109 108', 109',
Canada 6s'52_114% 114% 114%
Chile 6s'60___ 14% 14’z 14%
Chile 6s'61 Jan__ 14% 14% 14',
ChlleS. 61 Febr_ 14% 14% 14%
Chile 6s «2_ 14% 14-% 14%
Chile Ss S3- 14% 14%. 14%
Chile 7s'42_ 15% 15% 15%
Chile Mtg Bk 6s'61_ 12%. 12% 12%
Chile Mtg Bk 6s'82-_ 12% 12% 12%
Chile Mte Bk 6%s'57. 12% 12% 12%
Chilean Mun L. 7s'60. 12% 11% 12%
Colombl 6s'61 Oct._ 24%. 24% 24'
Col Mtg Bk 6%s '47 .. 18% 18% 18%
Copenhagen 4%s'63. 95%. 95% 95%
Copenhagen 6s '62_ 98% 98% 98',
Cordoba 7s'42 Prv_ 74% 74% 74%.
Cordoba 7s 67 stpd... 48% 47 48%
Coata R'ca 7s 61 A
May coupon on_ 34% 24% "4%
Cuba5%a'45_ 47% 46%. 47%
Cuba 5%s ‘53_100% 100% 100%
Cund'amarca 6%s’59 U7, 11% 11%
Czechoslovakia 8s'51 105% 104% 104%
Denmark 4%s'62_ 98% 98% 98%
Denmark 6%s'55_102 101% 101',
Denmark 6s'42__ 106 106 106
Dominic 1st 6%s 42. 69% 69 69
Elec Pw Ger 6%s 50. 32% 32% 32%
El Salvador Ss 48 ct. 59 57% 59
Finland 6s 45_107% 107 107
Finland H^4s 56. 103% 103 103%
French Gov 7%s‘41- 182% 182% 182%
Ger C Bk A6s'60 July. 33% 33% 33%
Ger C Bk A 6s'60 Oct. 31% 31% 31%
Ger Gen El 6s 48_ 31 31 31
Ger Gov 6%s'S5 stpd. 28% 28% 28%
Ger Gov 5 %e‘65 unst. 29 29 29
Ger Prov A City Bk
con Ag 6%s '58_ 36 36 36
Ger Rep 7s'49 stpd.. 37% 37% 37%
Graz Ss’54 unm co on. 105 105 105
Grt Br & lr 6%s'37 . 107 106% 106%
Grt C El Jap 6%s'50. 91 91 91
Heidelberg 7%s'50 . 24% 24% 24%
Hung Con M 7 %s '45
unmat coupon on_ 25% 25% 25%
iuuy is ai __ n* rw ru
Ital Crd P W 7s '47 B. 59% 59% 59%
Ital P U Crd 7s '52... 56 55 55
Japan 644s'65_ 84% 84'*. 84%
Japan 644*'64_. 97% 97% 97%
Jueos Mtg Bk 7s '67
unmat coupon_ 28% 28% 28%
Lombard El 7s'62_ 52% 52% 52%
Karst 6s '43 et st prin 30 30 30
Kreu&Toll 6s'69A cfs 31% 31% 31%
Medellin 644*'64_ 9% 9% 9%
Met Water 644* '60 .. 101% 101 % 101%
Mex 4s 10*'4Sasst sm 6% 6 6%
Mex 4s'64 asst_ 6% 6% 6%
Mex sf 6s'45 asst__ 11% 11 11%
Mex 5s "45 asst lge_ 11% 11% 11%
Milan 646s '62 _ 57% 57 57%
Montecatlnl 7s’37- 79 78% 78%
New So Wales 6s’57. 102% 102% 102%
New So Wales 6s '58. 103 103 103
Norway 5s'63 _102% 102% 102%
Norway 6 %s'65___100% 100% 100%
Norway 6s'43____ 106% 106% 106%
Norway 6s 44__106% 106% 106%
Norway 6s'62_100% 100% 100%
Norw Hy El 644s '67. 101% 100% 101%
Nuremberg 6s '62 - 26% 26% 26%
Oriental Dey 6s’63_1 83% 83% 83%
Panama 6s 63_ 90 90 90
Panama 6s'63 stp asd 80% 79 80
Panama 6 44a'63_104% 104% 104%
Peru 6s 60__ 15 14% 15
Peru 6s 61____ 15 15 15
Peru 7s’69_ 17% 17 17%
Pirelli 7s’52_ 70 70 70
Poland 7s'47- 107% 107% 107%
Prussia 6s 62__ 27% 27% 27%
Prussia 6 448 '51_ 27% 27'% 27%
Queensland 7s'41_112 112 112
Rhein-Ruhr 6s 61 __ 28% 28% 28%
Rhine W El P 6s '62.. 32% 32% 32%
Rio de Jan 644s ‘63
Aug coupon off_ 16% 16% 16%
Rio de Jan 8s ‘46
April couoon off_ 20 20 20
Rio Gr do Sul 6s ‘68
June coupon off _ 16% 16% 16%
Rio Gr do Sul 7s 67
June coupon off_ 19% 19% 39%
Rio Gr do Sul 8s '46
April coupon off_ 23% 23% 2344
Rotterdam 6s '6*_ 120 120 120 "
Sao Paulo C 644* '6T
May coupon off ... 18 18 18
Sao Paulo St 6s ’68_ 16% 16% 16%
Sao Paulo St 7s 40... 90 89% 89%
Sao Paulo St 8s ‘60
July coupon off_ 2244 22% 22%
Sao Paulo St 7s ‘66
Sept coupon off 21 21 21
Sao Paulo St 8s '36
July coupon off_25% 25% 25%
Saxon Pb W 644* '61. 32% 32% 32%
Saxon Pb W It '45_ 32% 3244 3244
Serbs 7s'62 unm o o.. 25% 25% 25%
Serbs 8s '62 unm CO.. 26 26 26
Silesia Elec 644s‘46.. 3144 31 3144
Silesia Prov 7s 6k_ 70 70 70
Toklo 644a '61_ 79% 79% 79%
Toklo El Lt 6s '63_ 82% 82% 82%
Un Stl Wk 644a '61 A. 33 33 33
UTUnURV »8 Ml__ Alii 4tl*< 47%
Urunuay 8s 46__ 4614 46% 46%
Vienna 6s '52 May c o 94% 94% 94%
Warsaw 7a 'SI . 68% 68% 68%
Westphal Cl P 6s '68. 32% 32% 32%
7okobama fa ’61_83% 83% 83%
DOMESTIC BONDS.
Adanir Exp «s '47 99% 90% 99%
Alb&S 3%s '46 rg Sftd 100% 100% 100%
Alb Per WP 6a 48_ 70 70 70
Allen Corp 6a 44- 94 93% 94
Alien Corp 6s 49_ 89% 88% 89
Alien Corp 6s '60- 80 77 80
Allen Corp 6s '60 stp. 56% 56 56%
Allied Stores 4%s '60 101 . 100% 101
Allis Cbalm 4s 46 .. 133 132 132%
Am Beet Sun cv 6s*40 103 103 103
Am & For Pw 6s 2030 81 80% 80%
Am Ice eras'63_ 75 73% 74%
Am I Q Cb 6%a ‘49_115% 115% 115%
Am Inti 6%s 49_105% 105 105%
Am Roll Mill 4 %s 49 128% 127% 127%
AraTAT4%a'39_117% 117 117
Am T * T cl tr 6a '48. 108% 108% 108#
%
A
Wlrh. Low. 2:55.
Am T ft T deb 5»’eO„ 113% 113% 113%
Am T A T deb 6s'66_ 114% 114 114%
Am TAT 6%S '42.— 114 113% 114
Am Type F 6a 40 cfa. 99% 99% 99%
Am Wat Wka 6a 44.. 115 112 112
Am Wat Wka 6s '76.. 108'% 107% 108%
Am Writ Pap 6i'4T_ 45 44% 44%
Am Writ P 6s ’47 cfa. 42% 42% 42%
Anaconda db 4%a '60. 104% 104% 104%
Anglo Cb Nltr 7a '46.. 26% 26% 26%
Armour A Co 4 %s '£9 104% 103% 104
Arm'rtDeDlst 4n 65. 97% 97% 97%
Armstrong C’k 4s'60. 106% 106% 106%
A T&S Fead 4s'y5 *t. 112% 112 112%
A TAS Fa gn 4s *96_115 114% 115
A T&S Fe 4 % a '41__114 114 114
A T&S FTCSL«s’6S. 113% 113% 113%
Atl & Ch A L 6a '44_109% 109% 109%
Atl Coast L lat 4s '62 99% 99% 99%
Atl Coast L Clt 4s '52. 88% 87% 88%
AtlCLun4%a84_ 86% 86 86
Atl Coast L 5a *46_ 98% 98% 98%
Atlantlc&D 1st 4s '48. 54% 53% 53%
Atlanttc&D 2d 4a *48. 45% 45 45V»
Atl G & W 1 6s ’69_ 69 68% 69
Atl Refin deb 6a'37... 105% 105% 105%
Auburn Auto 4**s'39. 107% 106% 106%
BAO tst«S’4»_106% 106% 106%
| B & O 4%s ‘60_ 76% 75% 75%
B & O 1st 6a ‘48_111% 111% 111%
B & O ref 6s 96 A_ 88 87 87%
B A O 6s '96 F.. 87 86% 86%
B A O ref 6s 2000 D_ 86% 86% 86%
B * O ref 6s '96 C_ 98 97% 98
B&O PLE&W V 4S’41 104% 104 104%
B & O Swn 6s '60_104% 103% 103%
B * O Toledo 48 ’69 97% 97 97!,
Banc&Aroos cv 4s’61. 116 116 116
Bang&Aroos 5s'41_114 114 114
BeilToIPa 6s 48 B. 120% 120% 120%
Beth Steel 4%a 60 st 105% 105% 105%
Bos & Me 4%s '61 J__ 85% 84% 84%
Boa& Me 6s ‘66_ 88% 88% 88%
Bos* Me 6s'67_ 88% 87% 88
Bos N Y A E 4s '65_ 26% 26% 26%
Bot Con*M 0%s '34... 23% 22% 22%
BotCon M 6%s'34 Ct. 22% 22 22
Bklyn M T 6s 49 A_ 104 103% 103%
Bklvn M T 6s '68 A... 106'% 106% 1061,
Bklyn Queens C&S
1st 5s ’41 stpd_ 92 92 92
Bklyn Un El bs '60 ... 113% 113% 113%
Bklyn UnG6s’67B.. 108% 108% 108%
Brown Shoe 3%s '60.. 106% 106% 106%
Buff R&pcon 4%s'67 82% 82 82
Buff R & P 6s '17_104’304' i 104'i
Bush Term cn 6s '5S-. 66% 65% 65%
Bush T Bldg 6s'60 ._ 66 65% 65%
By-Prod Ck 6V4s'45.. 99% 99 99
Camag S 7s'42 ctfs._ 15% 15% 15%
Canada So 5s’62 A... 116 116 116
Can'dian Nt B4%s’61 113% 113% 113%
Can'dian Nt |{4%s’66 114 114 114
Can dtan NtK4%s*&5. 116% 116% 116%
Can Nor db 6%s'46 rg 125 125 125
Can'dian rc db4sperp 93% 93 93
Can'dian Pc 4 %s'46.. 104% 104% 104%
Can'dian Pc 4 %s '60.. lot 103% 103%
Can'd an Pc 6s 64_ 107 107 107
Caro Cl & O 6s ‘38_107% 107% 107%
Caro Cl & O 6s’52 A.. 109% 109% 109%.
Carth & Ad 4s 81 gtd 89 89 89
Cent Br U P 4s'48_ 35 35 35
Cent of Ga con 6s '45. 36% 36% 36%
Cent of Ga 5s 59 C .. 17% 17% 17%
Cent of Ga rf 6%s’59 17% 17% 17% |
! Cent JHud G&E 5s *57. 107% 107% 107% j
I Cent III E&G5S 61.. 102 101% 101%
i Cent N Eng 48'61_ 64% 64% 64%
Gent of N J 43 *87_ 91 91 91
Cent of N J gen 6s*87 102% 102% 102%
Cent of N Jgn5s’S7rg 98 98 98
Cent Pao 1st rf 4s '49. 108% 108% 108%.
j Cent Pao 6s '60 _ 97 96s, 96%
[ Cent Steel 8s'41_126% 126% 126%
Cert'll deb 5%s 48 . 98 97% 97%
Chsmp P&F 4%s *50.. 105% 105% 105%
Chesap C cv cl 6s 44. 119 119 119
Chesap Corp 6s'47_134% 153 134%
C&Oeen4Hs 92_123% 123 123%
C&04V4S96B_113 113 113
C & O con 6s 39_111% 111% 111%
Chi * Alt ref 8s 49 .. 52% 52% 52%
Chi B & Q gsn 4S'5*.. 1 111 115 113
Ch! £ & y 4%s '77_ 113 113 113
Chi B&Q 1 dlv 3Hs’49 107 107% 107%
Chi B&Q 1 div 4s '49.. 112% 112% 112% ]
Chi & E 111 6s'51 .. 19% 19% 19'% !
Ch! & E 111 con 6s *34. 94% 91%. 94".;
Chi G L & C 6s'37_104% 104% 104% I
Chi Grt W 4s 69_ 37% 36% 36%
Chi Ind & L 4s *47_ 45 45 45
Ch! 1 & L, gen 6s'66_ 26 25%• 25%
Chi 1 A L gen 6s 66_26% 26% 26%
Ch1 Ind & So 4s '66_100% 100% 100% !
CM&StP 4s 89_ 58% 58% 58'% I
CM&StP gn 4% *9 C- 62 61 61 j
CMAStP 6s 75__ 23% 23 23%
CM&StPAP adJSsJOOO 8% 8% ~R%,
Chi A N W gn 3 %s '87. 47% 47% 47%.
Chl A NW 4V4s2037C. 23% 23 23""
Chi A NW 4<Si8 49 - 16 * 15% 16*
C&NW Nr W 6%s '36. 57% 57% 57%
Chi R l&P rf 4S 34 . 19%. 19 19%
Chi K l&P rf 48*34 cf. 17%. 17 17
Ch1 H l&P gn 4s '88_42% 41% 42
n d i r.n j. a 1 ,
Chi K J&P 4%s 62_20s, 20% 20% I
C R J&P 4%s '52 US.. 17% 17% 17% !
Chi K l&P 4 %s 60 10% 10s, 10s,
Chi T H&s 1st 6s 60.. 95 94s, 95
Chi T H&S Inc 6s’60. 83 82% 83
Chi Un Sta 4s 63 ... 111%. 111% 111%
Chi Un Sta 4%s ’63 A 106% 106% 106',
Ch1 Un Sta 6s'44_ 108 108 108
Chi Un Sta 6s '*3 B._. 106% 106% 106%
Chi & W 1 con 4s '62.. 104%. 104 104%. j
Chi & W I 6%s '62_107% 107% 107%
Childs & Co 6s'43_84% 84% 84% |
Chile Cop deb 6s'47.. 102% 102% 102% i
Cln Un Ter 5s'67 C._. 112% 112% 112%
Cin Un Ter ^s 2020 B. 109% 109% 109%
CCC&StLcen 4s'93_. 103% 103% 103’,
CCC&StL rf 4%s'77E 91% 90% 90%
COC&StL rf 6s '63 D_ 100 99%. 99' .
Clev Clifts Ir 4*S'60. 106% 106% 106%
Clev Un Ter 4%s'77. 100 99% 100
Clev Un Ter 6s 7» rt. 106% 106 106%
Clev Un Ter 6%s‘7"A 109% 109 109
Colo Fuel * Ir 6s 43.. 102% 102% 102%
Colo Ind cl tr 6s 3t__. 65% 65 65
Colo & So 4%s V0_... 76% 75 76%
Columbia G&E
6s’52 May_ 103% 102% 103
ColumDIa G&E 6s‘61. 102% 101% 102%
Cornel lnvT6V4s 49. 111% 111% 111%
Cor Coal Md rf 6s'60 33% 33% 33%
Con Coal Md 6s'60 cfs .33% 33% 33%
Con Gas N Y 4%s 61. 107% 107% 107s,
Con GasN Y 6s '67_104 % 104 % 104%
Con G N Y db 6%s'45 104% 104 104
Consum Pwr 3%s'65. 108% 108% 108%
Container deb 6s'43.. 102% 102% 102%
Container 6s 4C_104% 104% 104%
Crown C&S 4s ’40— 105% 105% 105%
Crown Zell 6s 40 ww. 103% 103% 103%
Cuba R H 1st 6s‘62... 58 58 58
Cuba RR 6s 36_ 62 62 62
Cuba Nor HR 6%s'42 60% 60% 60%
Cumb T & T 6s ‘37._103% 103% 103%
Del & Hud ref 4s '43_. 88% 87% 88
Del & Hud 6%s '37 101% 101 101
Den G & E 6s '61_ 108 108 108
Den & R U cn 4s '36— 37 36% 37
Den & R G 4%s '36- 36% 36% 36%
Den & H G W 6s 65— 18% 18 18%
Den&P.GW 6s'65ssst. 17% 16% 17%
Den & R G rf 6s 7» 29% 29% 29',
Des M*FtD 4s'J5efs. 6 5% 5%
Detroit Edis 4S'66 F 110% 110% 110%
Det Edison 4t4s’61 D. 115 115 115
Det Edison be '62 — 109% 109% 109%
Det&Msc 1st 4s '95— 50 50 50
Donner St ref 7s 42.. 104% 104% 104%
DuJ S S & At 6s 37— 66 66 66
East Cuba S 7 %s '27_. 17% 17 17
Erlecv4s'53B_— 87 87 87
Erie 4s '96_105% 105% 105%
Erie Ken 4s *96-- 88 87% 87%
Erie ref 6b 67_ »i% »t% «i%
Erie ref 6s 76- 81V* 81 81
Erie Gen Rlv 6s‘67—. 118 118 HR
ErieAPitts 3%s'40 C. 106*4 106% 106%
Fed Gt & Tr lnt 6s'42 101 100% 100% ;
Fed Gt A Tr 6s 42 St. 100'% 100% 100%
Fed Gt A Tr 6s '64 B_. 100% 100% 100%
Fla ECRy 4%s '69— 59% 59% 59%
Fla EC Ky 6s'74- 8% 8'/* 8%
Fla E C Rv 6s ‘74 cfs. 7% 7 7%
Fon, JAG 4%s'52 fil- 10 10 10
Fran Sug 7 Ha'42- 57% 57% 57'%
Gen Cable 6%s'47— 105 105 105
Gen SteelC 6 Ha 49 — 92% 92% 92%
Gen Tnea Ed 6s '4027% 27 27
Gen Th Ed 6S '40 cfs.. 27% 26% 27
Goodrich 6s 46___ 105*4 105 105
Goodrich 6Hs 47_108% 108% 108%
Goody’r TAH 6s '67 . 105 104% 104%
Gotham Silk H 6s'36. 100% 100% 100%
Gr Tr'k of Can 6s ’36. 102% 102*% 102%
GtN Rref 4%s'6l A 110*4 109% 110%
Gt N K gen 4%» '78 D 104 104 104
Gt N R gen 4%s'77 B 104 103% 103% ,
Gt N R gen 6s'73C_110% 109% 110%
GtN R6HS-62 B_114% 114% 114%
Gt N R gen 7s '36 A— 102*4 102 102%
Green Bay 6s'02 B_11% 11% 11%
Gulf 61 A N 6s ‘60_ 92 91 92
Gulf M A N 6%S 60.. 97% 97% 97%
Gulf StsSU6Hs‘43. 104 .104 .104
Hack Wat 1st 4s ’52.. 109% 109% 109%
Har Ky-P C 1st 4s'64. 98% 98% 98%
HostRlACo 6%s’34. 60*4 60% 60% .
Houston Oil 6Hs'40. 102% 102% 102% :
Hudson Coal 6s ‘62... 45 44% 44% :
Hud Co G 1st 6S‘49— 122*4 122% 122% |
Hud A Msn Inc 6s ‘67. 37% 37 37 ,
Hud A Man rsf 6s *67. 86% 86% 85% i
111 Bell Tel 8Hs'70.. 107% 107% 107% !
Ill Cent coll tT4B '62.. 87 86% 86% !
Ill Cent coll tr4e '6*.. 82% 82 82 !
Ill Cent ret 4S '66_ 88% 88 88% i
111 Cent 4%a '66_79% 78% 78% !
Ill Cent ref 6s '66_98% 98% 98% I
A
High. Low. 2:65.
Ill Cent 6%s '30_101% 101% 101%
ill Cent StL3%s'61_ 90% 90% 90%
ICC&StLNO 4%s «*. 82% 82% 82%
lCC&StL NO 6s'63_ 87% 87% 87%
lnt R T 1st rf 6s 6693% 93% 93%
1 R T 1st rtf 5s'66cfs. 91% 91% 91%
Int RT 6s‘33_ 59 59 59
Int RT 7s'38_93% 93% 93%
Int R T 7s '83 otfs_ 92% 92% 92%
Interlake 6s '61__ 96% 96 96
Int Agcol 6s'42 stp.. 102% 102% 102%
Int Cement 4s 46_ 131 130 130'%
'int Qrt Nr 6s '66 C_ 40% 40% 40%
lnt Grt Nr «s 62 A_ 42% 42% 42%
lnt Gr Nrsdl 6s'62A_ 14 137,, 14
lnt Hydro El 6s '44_ 54% 53% 63%
lnt Pap 1st 6s 47 A_ 96 95% 96%
lnt Pao ref 6s'66_ 84% 84% 84%
IntT&Tcv 4%s'39. 97% 96% 97
lnt T & T 4 %s '62_ 86% 86 86%
lnt T A T 6s ‘66_ 90% 90 90%
Inv Ea 6s'48 P ww_100% 100% 100%
Inv Ea 6s 48 B xw.... 100', 100% 100%
Iowa C Ist&rf 4s '61_. 3% 3% 3%
James FAC 4s 39 94% 94% 94%
Kan C F S & M 4S‘36. 64 53% 53%
Kan CFSAMrf4s'36ct 50 50 60
Kan C So 1st 3s '60 __ 82% 82% 82%
Kan C So rf in 6s'60.. 86 85% 85%
Kan C Ter 1st 4s '60.. 109% 109 109
Kendall 6%s‘48 ww_ 104'% 104% 104%
Kresge Foun 4s '46_108% 108% 108%
Laclede Gas 6s '39_101% 101% 101%
Laclede G 6 %s '63 C_. 77 77 77
Laclede G 6%s '60 D_ 77% 77% 77%
LautaroNltr 69 64.. 26% 26 26
Lett C&N 4%s'64 A._ 102 102 102
Leh Val Coal 5s'64__ 65% 65% 65%
Leh Val Coal 6s ’74__ 67 66% 66%
Leh Val Har 6s 6495% 95% 95%
L V N y 4%s '40 gtd.. 94% 94% 94%
Leh V Pa con 4s 2003. 53% 52% 53
Leh V P coni %s 2003 57 56% 56%
Leh V RR con 6s 2003 62 61% 61%
Llgg * Myr 7s '44_ 136 336 136
Loew's 6s 41 ... 102% 102% 102%
Long 131 gen 4s'3*_105% 105% 105%
Long 1st ref 4s'49 .... 102% 101% 101%
Long lsl deb 6s 37_101% 101% 101%
La & Ark 69 69_ 92% 92 92
Lou G & E 6s '62 A_111% 111% 111%
LAN4%s 2003 C_110% 110 110%
L & N 6s 2003 B -111% 111% 111%
•j « ' ’ ‘ o 4.WVW .. 2 1 Vll lUt)
L & N So Mon 1t 4s'S2 94% 94% 94%
McKess * R 6%s '60. 103% 103% 103%
Manhat R 4s 90_ 66% 66% 6614
Manhat K 4s '90 ctfa- 62 61% 62
Marlon St Sh 6s'47 ... 85 85 85
Market St Kv 7s’40 A. 102% 102% 102%
Met E<1 1st rf 4%s'6». 109%. 109% 109%
Met W S E! Ch 4s'38. 14% 14% 14%
Mich Cent 3%s '62 108 108 108
Mich Cent 4%s'79 104% 103% 104%
Mid RR N J 68 40_ 89% 88% 89%
Mil E R&S L 6s 61... 104 104 104
Mil E R&S L rf 6s '71. 104% 104% 104%
Mil No 1st 4 %8 ex'3D. 94% 9t% 94%
Mil & Nor con 4 %s'39 85 85 85
Mil Spa & N W 4s '47. 45 45 45
Minn & S L rf 4s'49.. S 5 5
Mlnn&SL6s 34cfs. 8% 8% 8%
Minn & S L 6s '62 A . 4 4 4
MStP&SSM cn 4s 38. 41% 41 41%
MStP&SSM 6s‘38 et. 46 45 46
MStP&SSM 6%s'49.. 28% 28% 28%
Mo 111 5s 69_ 46% 45% 45%
Mo K * T 1st 4s '90_ 86 86 86
Mo K & T 4S 62 B_ 65 65 65
Mo K & T 4 %s 7*_ 66% 66% 66%.
Mo K * T 6s 62 A__ 71 73% 74
Mo K & T adl 6a '67_— 47% 47 47
Mo Pao *s '16_... 14% 14 14%
Mo Pac 5s *65 A—_ 33 33 33
Mo Pac 6s'77 E_ 32% 32% 32%
Mo Pac 6s'78 G__ 32% 32%. 32%
Mo Pac 6s '80 H_ 33 33 " 33
Mo Pac 6s'811__ 32% 32% 32%
Mo Pac 6 %S 49 A_ 10*, 10% 10%
Mob & Ohio 4%s'77 ._ 12% 12 12
Mononc Ry 1st 4s'60. 108 108 108
Mont Cent 6s 37.. .. 105% 105% 105%
Mont Pwr ref 6s'43.. 107% 107% 107%
Mont Pwr 6s '63 A . 101% 101% 101%
Mor & Esx 3 %s 2000 . 94 93% 94
Mor & Esx 4%s '66_ 91% 91% 91%
Mor & Est 6s '65 97% 97% 9715
Mut Fuel Gas 5s '47_112% 112%. 112%
Nashv C&St L 4s '78. 92 91% 92
Nassau El 4s '61 etd. 69 68 68
Nat Dairy bhis 48 .. 103% 103% 103%
Nat Dls P C 4%* 46 104% 104% 104%
Nat R M 4%s 67 asst 5 5 5
Nat Steel 4s'66 106% ]06% 106%
New EnK RR 6s'45_ 78 78 78
New ET&T 4%s'til_. 121% 121% 121%
New J P&L 414a '60.. 106% 106%' 106%
New Or P S 5s'62 A_ 94 94 94
New Or PS 6s 65 B . 94 93% 94
New Or Ter 1st 4s '63 92 91% 91%
New Or T&M 4 %s '66 34%. 34% 34'-,
New Or T&M 6s '64 B 37% 37% 37%
New Or T&M 6%s 64 37 37 37
N Y Cent 3%s '97_101% 101% 101%
N Y Cent 4s '42- 104% 104% 104%
N Y Cent con 48'9S ... 99% 99% 991;
N Y Cent rf 4 %s 2013 86% 85% 86%
N Y C tf 4%8 2013 n_. 86% 86 86%
N Y Cent ref Rs 2012 Qt> 0111 <v>
N Y Cent cv 6s 44 ...lie 115'. 11514
N Y C L Sh 3 84s S* . 96V 96'. 9fi'.,
NYC Mich C 384s '98. 96', 96'i 96'.;
NY CAS tl. 4 84 s '78 85», 85V 85 V
NYCAStL 684s'7« A. 95V 94*, 951.;
Y ChiAStL 6s *38... 94 92 92
N Y Dock Es '38_ 71 71 71
N Y Edison 5s ’51 C__ 104V 104V 104V
N Y Ed ref 684s'41— 108 V 108V 108V
N Y G El HAP 4s’49. 114V 114s. 114";
N Y HAW 1st 4s '73.. 100', 100V 100’,
NY NH A H 4s -E7 .... 22'. 22 22
NY NH A H «84s'67.. 35'i 34V 35V
NY NH A H cv 6s 48. 36', 35' . 35V
N ¥ OAW ref 4s 92._ 52 5l*i 5114
N Y Putnam 4s '93 . 92 92 ' 9'>
N Y AQnscn 3*is’65- 106'i 106V 106V
N Y Rvs 1 nc 6s 65 ... 43 407, 43
N Y Rvs 1nc6s'65asst. 43V 43V 43V
N Y A Rich G 6s '51 __ 107'3 107*4 107' •
N Y Steam 1st 5s 51. 106V 106V 106V
N Y Steam 1st 6s 47. 110V 110V 110V
N Y Tel Ken 484s '39.. 110*; no*; no*.
NYWAB 4 84 S46 19*4 1914 191 j
NiaK LAO P 5s'55_107', 107'i 107*;
NIsk Sh 684s'50 .. . 102 101V 101V
Norf So 1st ref Es'61. 19 19 19
Norf AW 1st 4s'96 118*; 118V 118V
North Am Co 5s '61 ._ 105V 105V 105V
North Am Ed Ss'67 A 103*, 103*; 103*,
North Am Ed 6s 69 C 106V 106 106V
North Am Ed t Vs '63 105 105 105
Nor Pac een 3s 2047.. 8284 81*4 82*4
Nor Psc 4s 97-112 110*4 111*/.
Nor'n Pac 4 84 S 2047.. 10184 101*4 101*4
Nor'n Pac 6s 2047 D__ 1078, 107V 107V
Nor Pac 6s 2047. 111V 110V 111
Ore R R A N «s '46 Ill*, 111V 111V
Ore W R R A N 4s '61 107V 107*4 107V
Pacific GasAEl «s'64. 108V 108 108V
Pac G A E 6s '42_103V 103*4 103V
Pac Tel 1st 6s'87_103V 103V 103V
Pac TAT ref 6s'62_108V 108V 10884
Par-B way 6 84s’51_ 56V 56V 56V
Param’t Pic 6e’66_91V 90*; 91V
Parmelee 6s'44_ 63', 63', 63',
Penn Dixie C 6s’41... 93V 93V 93V
Penn P A L4Vs 81-. 107V 107 107V
Penn R R 4e ’63_103V 103V 103V
Penn RR 4 8ie '81 D._ 111*4 1118* 11114
Penn KR ♦ 84 s '84 110'/. 110V 110*4
Penn RR con 4 84s '60 120*4 120*4 120*4
Penn RR pn 4 Vs 65. 113V 113V 113V
Penn RR db 4 84»'70.. 103V 10314 103V
Penn RR 6s 64 . 105*4 105*4 105V
Penn RR pen 6s'68.. 120 120 120
PeoG LACrf Es 47.. 110*4 110V 110*4
Peoria A E 1st 4s '40.. 90V 90*4 90*4
Peoria A E Inc 4s '90_ 14 14 14
pere Mara 484s 80 .. 97'/, 96V 97
Pere Mara 1st 5s 56.. 102 102 102
Phila BAW 4s '43_112V 112V 112V
Phlla Co 6s '67 _105V 10584 10584
Phlla El Co «s’71 _ 105 105 105
Phlla El Co 4 84 s 67.. 108*4 10884 108*4
Phlla A H C A 1 6s'73 49V 49 49
Phlla A R C A i 6s'49 30V 2984 29*4
JhUlDDine Ry 4s '37.. 30*4 3084 30V
PCCAStL 4 84 s’40 A.. 111*4 111*4 111*4
pCCAStL Es 70 A .. 1198a 11984 11984
. uiooc »* va OOA. r>p»
3ltts*W Vs 4%s'69B. 88 88 88
31tts*WVa 4%s'6«C. 88% 88 88%
Port A C&D 6a 62 B„ 95% 95% 95%
%>rt Gen El 4 %» 60.. 74% 74% 74%
3orto Rico A T 6s ’42. 81% 81 81%
Postal Tel & C 6s ’68. 39% 38% 38%
Pressed Stl C 6s 'S3_86% 86 8614
3ub S El & G 4s 71_ 107 107 107
^ure Oil 4%s "60 .. 128% 127 127%
"’ure Oil 4%s ’50 xw_102% 102% 102%
Jurlty Bak 6s '43 ... 99% 99% 99%
Reading R4%s'97 A. 108 107% 108
iem-K 6%s’47 A ww. 109% 108% 109%
Rem-R 6%s’47A xw_. 109% 108% 109%
Republican 4%B’60. 123% 122% 122%
Republic Stl 4%s'61. 100 99% 99%
Republic Stl 6 %s 64. 108% 108% 108%
Revere Cop 4 %s ’66_104% 104% 104%
Richfield 011 6s '44 .. 40 39% 39%
Richfield O 6s '44 cfs. 39 38 38
R G W 1st ex In 4s '39 84% 84% 84%
R 1 A&L 1st 4%s '14- 19% 19% 19%
it Jo Ry L T&P 6ST37 104% 104% 104%
it L. 1M&S K&Q 4s’33 74% 74% 74%
it L H M & P 6s 66— 84% 84% 84%
it ti-s F 4s 60 A 25% 24% 25
it 1>-S F 4s '60 A Cfs. 23% 23% 23%
itLrSF4%s'7* ... 22% 21% 22
It O-S F «%s’71 cf St 20 19% 19%
it 1,-S F 6s '60 B .. 27% 26 27%
it L.-S F 6s '60 B cfs. 24 24 24
ilLSn 1st 4s 19 .. 88% 88% 88%
it L S W en rf 6s '90. 36% 36 36%
It 1* S W 1st ter 6s'62. 53% 53% 53%
High. Low. 2:58
■ tPKCSL 4 54s’41 23 23 23
St P Un Dep ref 6s'72 119% 119% llfl'i
San A&A Hass «■ '«*. 98', 98% 98%
Schulco 6%s'46 B st. 64 64 64
Seabd A L ref 4s 69.. 7% 7% 7%
Seabd A L> 6s ’45 A... 10% 10% 10%
Seabd A L 6s 46 cfs.. 9% 9% 9%
Seabd A-Fl 6s'35A Ct. 5 4% 4%
Sharon S H 6 54»,4».. .103% 103% 103%
Shell Pipe L. 6s 61_ 103 103 103
Shell Un 011 6s'47 . 102% 102% 102%
Sierra & S F P 6s ’49. 112 112 112
Silesian Am 7s 41—_. 87% 87% 87%
Skelly Oil 4s 61- 97% 97% 97%
Socony Vae *54* ’60.. 106% 106 106%
So Colo Pwr 8s 47 A. 105% 105% 105%
So Pac col *s'49.„_ 89% 89% 89%
So Pac ref 48 ’66..._105% 105% 105%
So Pac 4 54 S 4*- 92 91% 92
So Pac 4 54s ’(9_ 90% 90% 90%
So Pao 4 54s ’ll- 90% 90% 90%
So Hao Or# 4 54s ’77 .. 97% 97% 97%
So Pac S F Ter 4s '60. 109 108% 108%
So Ry Ren 4S *61 A_- 65 64% 64%
So Ry 6s 94_101 100% 101
SoRyRen6s’6S- 81 80% 80%
Southern Ry 654»'66- 66 64% 84%
SoRv M&0 4s'II -. 74% 73% 74
So Ry St Ddlv 4s '51. 87% 87 87
S W Bell Tel 3 54s’64. 107% 107% 107%
Spokane Int 6s '65 - 25V* 25V* 25%
Stevens Hotel 6s '45.. 24% 24% 24%
Studebaker cv 6s'46- 117 114% 114%
Swift&Co3%s 60._ 106% 106% 106%
Tenn El Pw 6s '47 A.. 95% 95 95%
Term As St L 4S '51— 110 109% 101
Term As con 6s 44__. 118 118 118
Texarkana 6 54s ’60... 100% 100% 100%
Tex Corn cv 6a'44.„. 104% 104% 104%
Tex & Pac 6s'77 B_103' - 103% 10314
Tex&Pac 6s '79 C_103% 102% 103%
Tex&Pac 6s'60 D- 103 103 103
Third At ref «s '60 .. 69% 69% 69%
Third Alilno 6s'60 40% 38% 40
Truax T C 654s '43_ 99% 99% 99%
Trumbull Stl 6s 40._ 101% 101% 101%
Un El LAP 6s '67_106% 106 106%
Un El L&P 6 54s'64„ 105 105 105
Un Oil of Cal is '47— 122 121% 122
Un O Cal 6s '42 A_121% 121% 121%
Un Pao 1st 4s ’47_— 114% 114V* 114V*
UnHao«s'6»_ 104 104 104
Un Pao 1st rf 4s 2006. 110% 110% 110%
Un Pao 4 54s'67__ 105% 105% 105%
Unt Drue 6s '66 . 102% 101% 101%
Unit Rys St L 4s '64.. 34% 34% 34%
U S Rubber 6s «7 — 105% 105% 105%
unlv PID* BC « os oe_ a i .in
Utah LAT6>’4« A.. 96% 96% 96%
Utah PftLBl ‘44- 98 97% 97%
Util PAL6S '69 ft. 67% 67 67
Util P* L6%S'47- 71% 70% 70%
Vanadium cv 6s ’41 93% 93 93
Ver Sur 1st 7s '42 cfs. 17 16% 17
V CAP 1st 4%s’34 as. 4% 4% 4%
Va E&P 1st rat 4a*66. 107% 107% 107%
Va Ry 4%s 62 B_102% 102% 102%
Va RT 1st 6s '62 A-110% 110% 110%
Va S W con 6a'66—. 91% 91 91
Wabash 4%a'78 —_ 35 35 35
Wabash 1st 6a 'S9-103% 103% 103%
Wabash 2d 6s '39.— 95 95 95
Wabash 6s '80 D-- 34% 34% 34%
Wabash 6%a'76— - 36% 36 36%
Walker H&S 4V*s’45. 107% 107% 107%
Walworth 4s'66 .83 82% 83
Walworth 6s '66 n- 92% 92% 92%
Warner Bros ey 6s ’89 94% 94 94
Warner-Cluln 6a ’39._ 41 40% 41
Warren Br os 6s'41 . 56% 56% 56%
Warren RR 3%a 2000 79 79 79
WPaP4s'61H_ 108 108 108
W Sh 1st 4a 2061 Rtd. 95 94% 95
West'n Md 1st 4a '68. 100% 100 100%
West'n Md 6%s'77 108% 108 108
West'n Un 4%s 60_107% 107 107
West'n Un 6s '61 ■.... 106% 106 106%
West’n Un 6a '60_107% 107% 107%
West'n Un 6%s 86— 102% 102% 102%
Wb & L Econ 4s'49— 110 110 110
W heel St eel 4 % s ‘68 . 102% 102% 102%
Wheel Steel 4%a’66.. 101% 101% 101%
White SM 6s '40- 97% 97% 97%
W Sp Stl ls> 7s ‘86 et. 31 30 30
W Sp Stl con 7s'86 Ct. 31% 29% 30%
Wilson* Co 4a'66_101% 101% 101%
WIsC 1st ro 4s*49... 19% 19 19
Wls C 1st sn 4a '49 ot. 18 18 18
Xounatn 8*T 64*768. 106% 106% 106%
Xoungtn SAT 68*18*. 106 106 106
STEEL HEADS MAP
Quantity Differentials Likely
to Bring Change in En
tire System.
By the Associated Press.
NEW YORK, March 4.—Iron Age in
its weekly summary released today de
clared, “Recent weakness of finished
steel prices, notably quotations on
sheets and strips, has prompted cer
tain large producers to consider plans
for the wide application of quantity
differentials which would change radi
cally the entire system of selling steel.
“Definite details of a plan will prob
ably be announced by a leading com
pany when sellers’ books are formally
opened for second quarter business,
and it is understood that large buyers
will be given deductions from base
prices commensurate with the eco
nomic advantages to mills of the
orders which they are able to place.
“As mills are unwilling to take
orders for delivery during the second
quarter, except at the current official
price levels, until the contemplated
new and revised extras are announced,
this week’s quotation on sheets and
strip steel are largely nominal and
subject to shading of $3 a ton. The
Iron Age composite price of finished
steel therefore is unchanged at 2.109
cents a pound.”
Steel ingot production was estimated
1 point higher this week at 56 per
cent of capacity, and the scrap com
posite price was unchanged at $14.75
a gross ton on the basis of last week's
figure, which was revised upward to
$14.75 from $14.67. The pig iron com
posite also was maintained at $18.84
| a ton.
I i i
Washington Produce
BUTTER—Range of price* to store*
gathered from wholesale dealers ‘prices to
nearby shippers based on Philadelphia and
New York prices) : One-pound prints, car
ton <92 score). 39: 1-pound prints, car
ton (90 score* 38: *4-pound prints, carton
<92 score*. 40 U-Pound prints, carton
<!)o score*. 39; tubs (92 score), 38; tubs
(90 score), 37.
MEATS—Beef. Il’.-alM: veal. 18a20:
lamb. ITalH; loin. 22*24: fresh hams. 22a
24; smoked ham. 26*26; compound. 12U*
10: lard. 12,/aa 13’a.
LIVE STOCK—Hogs, light. inalOV me
diums. KialoVg: heavies. 9alOV«: roughs.
5*8*.,; calves. 5a 10.
Prices naid shippers net f o b. Washing
ton: by the United States Bureau of Agri
cultural Economics:
EGGS—Market weak and unsettled.
Prices 1 to 2 cents lower Receints slight
ly heavier. Current receipts. 25a26: hen
nery whites. 27*28: Government graded
and dated white eggs 'including grading
and marketing costs>, U. 8. extras, large.
29: U S. extras, mediums. 29; U. S. stand
ards. large. 28* j.
LIVE POULTRY—Market steady at un
changed prices. Fowl: Colored, heavy.
2«»a21: Leghorns. 17a 18: roosters. 12s 14.
Chickens: Plymouth Rock broilers. 23*24;
fryers and roasters. 24*25: Leghorn broil
ers. 20*21: mixed colors. 18*20. Capons:
Heavy. 28; light. 25: slips. 22. Turkeys:
Young hens. 25: young toms. 18*20.
CABBAGE—Two New York arrived; two
broken and three unbroken cars on track.
New stock—Supplies moderate; demand
fair: market steady. Texas—Domestic
round type, half-lettuce crates. 1.Inal 25;
lettuce-crates, mostly 2.on: Florida. 1’;
bushel hampers domestic round type,
mostly 1 on. Old stock—Supplies light:
demand light: market steady. New 'oi*.
50-pound sacks Danish type. 65*75.
CELERY—No carlot arrivals: 2 broken
| cars on track. Supplies moderate: de
j mand fair: market steady. Florida, 10
inch crates, individually washed and pre
cooled. 3-4 dozen. 2.25*2.75, mostly 2.40a
2.60: fi-io dozen. 2.75*3.00.
LETTUCE—Three California arrived 1
car diverted: 2 broken and 5 unbroken
cars on track. Western stock: Supplies
moderate: demand fair: market steady.
California. Western crates Iceberg type,
4-5 dozen. 2.50*3.00, mostly 2.75; South
ern stock: Practically no supplies on the
market.
ONIONS—Three New York arrived: 7
car diveited: J broken and 3 unbroken ;
cars on track. Supplies moderate.; demand I
moderate: market steady. Michigan and
New York. 5o-nound sacks Yellows. U. S. j
No i. l.onal.25: Colorado and Idaho. 50-!
pound sacks Valencias. U. S No. 1, 3
inches and larger, 1.75, few higher.
Rust Engineering
Given $4,000,000
Contract for Mill
By the Associated Press.
PITTSBURGH, March 4.—The
Rust Engineering Co. today received a
contract to build a <4,000,000 Kraft
pulp and paper mill for the Crossett
Lumber Co. at Crossett, Arlc.
G. C. Thornburgh, vice president,
of the engineering firm, said the
plant will occupy a ‘20-acre site and
have a capacity of 150 tons of paper
and pulp daily.
Construction is to begin soon and is
to be completed late this year.
Washington Exchange
SALES.
Washington Oas 5s, 1960—$500 at
116%.
Capital Transit Co—5 at 15, 10 at
15*/4, 10 at 151/4, 15 at 15%.
Potomac Electric 6% pfd.—8 at 110,
7 at 110%, 15 at 110%.
Bank of Bethesda—11 at 25.
AFTER CALL.
Potomac Electric Cons. 5s—$1,000 at
100%.
Bid and Asked Prices.
BONDS.
public Utility.
_ , Bid. Asked.
Amer. Tel. * Tel. 4%*.__ ] 17% _
Am. Tel. & Tel. col. tr. 5s_108% _.
Anacostia A Pot. 5s_ 80% 83%
Ana. Sc Pot. Guar 5s_107 _
C. * P. Tel. of Va. fis 107 _
Capital Traction R. R. 5s.. Bn 90%
City & Suburban 5s__ 87
Georgetown Gas lat fis_114 _
Pot. Elec. Pow. Cons, fis_100% __
Potomac Elec. Os_... 100% _
Wash. Gas 5s 1958__ 107 _
Wash. Gas 5s 1960_116V* _
Wash. Gas 6s series B_101%
Wash. Ry. Sc Elec. 4s_106 _
_ , MISCELLANEOUS.
Barber A Ross. Inc.. 6%j_ICO ....
Chevy Chase Club 5%s_106 __
Col. Country Club 5%s_105 _
W. M. Cold Storage 5s_ 99 ....
STOCKS.
PUBLIC UTILITY.
Amer. Tel. A Tel. (»)_175 _
Capital Transit Co_ 15 _
N Sc W. Steamboat < 6 > _ 85 _
Pot. Elec. Pow. Hr, pfd. (6i. 109% .
Pot El P. 5%C, pf. t5.50). 113 113%
Wash. Gas Lt. Co. (3.60)_ 71 _
Wash, Ry. A El. com. (12). 650 _
Wash. Ry. A El. pfd. tfi)__ 110% _
BANK AND TRUST COMPANY.
Amer. 8ec. Sc Tr. Co. GO).. 250 _
Bank of Bethesda (1.50)_ 25 __
Capital (4)_115 __
Com. Sc Savings (8)_185 _
Liberty (3)_ 90 _
Lincoln (6.25)_ 195 250
Nat. Sav. Sc Tr_100 _
Prince Georges Bk A Tr._17 22
Riggs (8)_... 266 270
Riggs pfd. (6)_103 __
Washington (6) 110 _
Wash. Loan Sc Tr. (8)_ 226 _
FIRE INSURANCE
American (12)___ISO
Corcoran (2.50)_ 93 __
Firemen's (1.60)_ 33 38
National Union (.60) _ 13% _
TITLE INSURANCE.
Columbia (.30)_ 7 ....
Real Estate )6)_120 _
MISCELLANEOUS
Carpel Coro, (l oot_ 23 25
Lanston Monotype )1)_ 75
Mergeiuhaler Linotype __ 45% 47
Peoples Drug S pf. (6.50>_»ll(i% -
Real Est. M. & G. pfd. (.20) 4% 5
Security Storage (5)_102% _
Ter Ref A Wh. Corp. i.3> 50 _
Wdwd. A Loth. com. (2.50) 50 _
Wdwd. Sc Loth. pfd. (7)... 119 _
■ex dividend.
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NEW YORK BANK STOCKS
NEW YORK March 4 OP*.—Over-the
counter market bank and trust companies;
opening bid and asked prices:
Bid. Asked.
Bk of Manhattan (l’a)_. C9>2 ;u1 a
Chase (1.40)_ 40 4*2
City (1 > _ .18
Tomm^rcial <8> _ 17* 184
First National (100)_ 1870 1910
Public «112 > ____ 41 43
Bankers (~»__ 05 07
Bkiyn Trust (4) _ 119 1 *24
Central Hanover (4* __ 114 117
Chemical »1.80) _ 59 81
Continental (.80) ....- 10U *203;
Corn Exchange (3)_ o-:3* 833,4
Empire <1* _ *23 *24
Guaranty (12) _ - 295 300
Irving (.00*_ 1 012 17*fr
Lawyers Trust <*2.40*_ 49 5‘2
Manufacturers (lUa) 47’> 4!"2
N Y Trust (5>_ 114 117
Title Guar A Trust lS’a 13’a
a—Including extras.
U. S. TREASURY NOTES.
(Reported by Chas. D. Barney & Co.)
Rate—Maturity Bid. Offer.
27_«s Apr )5. '.'to _ 101 10-32 101 12-32
I >-«s June 15. '3ti_. 100 23-32 100 25-32
3>,s Aue. 1. '30.. 10119-32 10121-32
1‘,2S Sent 15. '30.. 101 2-32 101 4-32
23,s Dec. 15. '30.. 102 13-32 102 15-32
3s Feb. 15. *3?_. 103 1-32 103 3-32
3s Apr 15. '37.. 11)3 14-32 103 10-32
3'.s Sept. 15. '37.. 104 28-32 104 30-32
2!ts Ffb. 1. '38_. 104 22-32 104 24-32
3s Mar. 15. '38._ 105 22-32 105 24-32
27sS June 15. '38._ 105 22-32 105 24-32
2’as Scot. 15. '38 . 104 30-32 105
lVi* Mar. 15, '39.. 102 102 2-32
2>«s June 15. '39.. 103 27-32 103 29-32
l -’.s Dtc. 15. '39.. 101 9-32 101 11-32
13bs Mar. 15. '40.. 101 28-32 10130-32
J'is June 15. '40.. 101 18-32 101 20-32
l’>s Dec. 15. '40.. 101 2-32 101 4-32
l';S Mar. 15, '41.. 100 28-32 100 30-32
Tax Proposal May Prove
National Disaster, .Econ
omist Holds.
87 the Associated Press.
CLEVELAND. March 4.—Col. Leon
ard P. Ayres, banker and nationally
known economist, said today Presi
dent Roosevelt’s tax plan, as sub
mitted to Congress yesterday, ‘ may be
a national disaster."
Ayres diagnosed the plan's probable
effects thus:
Boomerang effects would ride its
trail. Dividends, instead of flowing
in endless stream, would probably be
shockingly decreased.
In place of enhancements there
would be a serious impairment in the
value of equities. Bear markets in
stocks would ensue.
Corporations would not stampede
themselves along the dividend route;
rather they would probably take the
surplux tax, pay it, and, if there is
anything left, that remnant would
contain the slender pickings of the
shareholder. Corporations that have
been provident would probably keep
the remnant for surplus. The share
holder would be out on the end of the
limb.
■ ■ I. ■ -m -.
MERGER OF BISCUIT
COMPANIES APPROVED
By the Associated Press.
CHICAGO, March 4.—Consolidation
of the Davidson Biscuit Co. of Mount
Vernon, 111., and the Hampton Cracker
Co. of Louisville, Ky., has been agreed
upon, it was announced.
The merged company will be known
as the Consolidated Biscuit Co. A
meeting of stockholders of the David
son concern was called for March 16
to authorize the change.
Consolidated net sales of the two
concerns for 1935 was *4,736,183, com
pared with *3.575,153 in 1934. Net
earnings were *252,826, against *245 -
517.
CUBA SHIPS MORE SUGAR.
NEW YORK, March 4 UP).—Cuban
exports of sugar in the first two
months of the year totaled 386,628
long tons, compared with 137,874 in
the same period a year ago, according
to Lamborn & Co., sugar brokers. Of
this amount 353,714 tons were shipped
to the United States, against 132,451
tons last year.
FREIGHT LOADINGS.
VFW VnOV tf._U A , mm. mm
uuueu.
Week Prev. Last
.. , . Feb. 29. week. year.
New York Central, 82,652 77,081 74.315
Illinois Centra1- 32.238 29,934 29,010
Wabash - 14.705 14.610 14.479
Pennsylvania . ,.100.562 94.649 9l,;;,>i
OFF 4,Mas
Institute Reveals Average
East of California Is
2,600 Higher.
B ths Associated Dresj.
NEW YORK, March 4.—Daily av
erage grass crude oil production in
the United States decreased 4,500 bar
rels in the week ended February 29,
totaling 2,774,700 barrels, the Amer
ican Petroleum Institute's weekly sum
mary indicates. Daily average pro
duction east of California increased
2,600 barrels to 2,209,700 barrels.
Reports received from refining com
panies owning 89.6 per cent of the
estimated daily potential refining ca
pacity and which was operated at
77.1 per cent of potential, indicate
that the industry as a whole ran
to stills 2,870,000 barrels of crude oil
daily. The daily average for the pre
vious week, based upon refineries rep
resenting 89.6 per cent of the total
capacity and which operated at 76.6
per cent of their capacity, was 2,850,
000 barrels.
Finished and unfinished gasoline
stocks at refineries, terminals, in
transit and in pipe lines totaled 71.
584,000 barrels as of the end of the
week, compared with 69,353,000 bar
rels as of the end of the previous
week.
Cracked gasoline production by
companies owning 95.9 per cent of
the potential charging capacity of
all cracking units indicates that the
industry as a whole produced an av
erage of 585,000 barrels daily for the
week, compared with 580,000 bar
rels daily for the previous week.
Imports of crude and refined oils
at principal United States ports to
taled 596,000 barrels, a daily average
of 85,143 barrels, against 1,039,000
barrels, a daily average of 148,429
barrels for the previous week.
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STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
OF THE
American Union Insurance Co.
of New York
On the 31st day of December. 19.35. as
required under section 647 of the Code
of Law for the District of Columbia.
INCOME. _
Net premiums _ $328,846.-3
Total interest and rents_ l3o.91R.o8
Other income__ 1.45<.97
Total income_.$461,222.78
DISBURSEMENTS.
Net amount paid policy
holders for losses_ $R0.29.>.<7
All other disbursements_ 186.160.93
Total disbursements— $286,446.70
ASSETS.
Real estate_ $59,241.71
Mortgage loans on real estate 215.024.94
Bonds and stocks_ 2,581.828.47
Deposits in banks_ 87.871.45
Agents’ balances_ 180.701.89
Interest and rents due or ac
crued ___- 21,889.96
All other assets_ 2.750.00
Gross assets_ 3,149.308.42
Deduct assets not admitted- 123.283.04
Total admitted assets-$3.026.025.38
LIABILITIES.
Net unpaid claims_ $20,722.00
Total unearned premiums_ 425.088.77
Other liabilities_. 46.782.00
Capital paid up_— 1,000.000.00
8urplus over all liabilities- 1.533.432.61
Total __S3.026.025.38
NET PREMIUMS WRITTEN
DURING THE YEAH. ,
Dlst.
Total of Col.
Fire _$305,863.63 *3.129.13
Earthquake - 112.50 -
Tornado, wind
storm. and cy- _ „
clone_... 20,108.70 5.67
Sprinkler leakage. 25.80 ---
Riot, civil commo
tion and ezplo- „
slon_ 2.691.73 6.56
AU other_ 95.48 -
*328.846.23 *3.141.36
J. H. MCCORMICK.
Vice President.
W R. HILLS. Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
17th day of February. }P36.
(Seal.) WALTER F ELMER.
Notary Public.
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