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SHARP RISE SEEN
_
Nine Months’ Total Jumps
$120,919,647 Ahead of
Same 1936 Period.
BY EDWARD C. STONE.
Bank clearings in the Capital in the
first nine months of this year totaled
$944,506,262.84 in comparison with
$823,586,615.13 in the like period in
1936. a gain so far in 1937 of $120,919,- I
847.71.
The report made this noon by the
Washington Clearing House Associa
tion fully supports many other an-1
nouncements that business is well
ahead of last year in Washington.
September clearings, also reported
today, indicated that the month's bus
iness was better than in September a
year ago, a total of $90,915,380.85 in
canceled checks comparing w'ith $89,
611,945.10 in September, 1936. This is
an upturn of $1,303,426.75.
Monthly comparisons reveal gains in
every month this year over the corre
sponding month in 1936. The sum
maries :
Month. 1937. 1936.
January ... $100,562,083 $86,990,549
February 92,192,370 78,024,521
March. 114.782,918 86,355,879
April . 115,715.484 100,389,014
May. 103,997,339 94,295,112
June . 124.009,738 104.841.034
July. 110.590,257 100,333,520
August. 91,750,668 82,745,029
September -- 90.915,380 89,611,954
Harden Heads Reilly Firm.
John W. Hardell, who has been
eonnected with Barber & Ross, build
ing supply firm, for 28 years, and
treasurer of the company during the
past five years, has resigned his po
UllUU vu UCUUIIlr
iresident and
general manager
if the Hugh
Fteilly Co. He
succeeds Francis
D. Thomas, who
lecomes chair
man of the board
if directors and
is anxious to give
more time to the
practice of law.
The new presi
ient was manager
if the structural
steel department
if Barber & Ross
axtci iic uau uuiauieu
broad experience as a salesman. He
will assume his new duties tomorrow,
It was announced today.
Mr. Hardell has long been a member
of the board of directors of the Y. M
C. A., is past master of Cathedral
Masonic Lodge, a graduate of Tech
High School and Georgetown Univer
sity. and is a member of Delta Theta
Phi legal fraternity; also of the Wash
ington Board of Trade.
Underwriters to Hear Arnold.
The District of Columbia Life Un
derwriters Association will hold its first
Fall luncheon meeting, next Monday
at the Willard Hotel, with the new
president, Paul Primm, presiding and
a noted guest speaker on the program.
The programs for the series of
monthly meetings are planned to
cover important questions that the
public is asking of life insurance com
panies and life insurance men and
women in the field. For Monday’s
meeting the association will hear O. J.
Arnold, president of Northwestern
National Life Insurance Company, of
Minneapolis, discuss the subject, "So
cial Security Through Life Insurance."
Mr. Arnold, a director of the United
States Chamber of Commerce and
chairman of its Insurance Committee,
is also chairman of the board of di
rectors of the Life Insurance Sales
Research Bureau of Hartford, and a
director of the American College of
Life Underwriters, Philadelphia.
One of the outstanding speakers at
the National Convention of Under
writers in Denver within the month,
Mr. Arnold's address here is antici
pated with unusual interest.
Farm Income Boosts Recovery.
One of the outstanding business de
velopments of the year, says the
Guaranty Trust Co.’s latest survey, is
the marked increase that has occurred
in the actual and prospective purchas
ing power of the farm population.
This increase is the result of a com
bination of good crops and a favorable
price situation—a combination that
has already been witnessed in recent
years. It promises to be one of the
most important influences tending to
sustain the level of general business
activity over the next several months.
A prospective farm income with a
purchasing power within 1 per cent
of the 1929 figure and 3 per cent above
the average for the few years im
mediately preceding the depression, to
gether with sharp reductions in debt,
interest charges and taxes, would seem
to indicate that agricultural recovery
has progressed to the point where
the farm population can once more
demand and consume its normal share
Of the country’s industrial output.
Heard In Financial District.
W. W. Spaid, senior partner in W. B.
Hibbs & Co., who has just retired as
president of the Associated Stock Ex
changes, has been president of the
national organization for the last three
years and rendered valuable service to
the association. Eugene E. Thompson,
retiring executive secretary, was one of
the organizers of the association and
president of it for eight years.
George H. Bright, head teller at the
National Metropolitan Bank and man
ager of the Washington Clearing House
Association, is on his annual vaca
tion. Silas E. Moore, assistant man
ager, is looking after the affairs of the
Clearing House.
Nearly all the investment houses in
Washington will be represented at the
Fall meeting of the Southeastern
Group, Investment Bankers’ Associa
tion. in Baltimore tomorrow. Wallace
H. Fulton, director, Investment Bank
ers’ Conference, Inc., of Washington,
Will be the guest speaker.
Many Capital bankers agree with
Gen. Charles G. Dawes, former Vice
President, that the present stock mar
ket situation does not portend any
serious slackening in generally pros
perous business conditions.
Residential construction in all cities
of 10,000 population or over during the
first eight months of 1937 totaled 119,
891 units, an increase of 16,581 over
the same period in 1936, according to
the Federal Home Loan Bank Board.
Today’s Trading on Exchange.
Three $1,000 transactions were
recorded in Potomac Electric Power
3l,4s on the Washington Exchange to
day. Capital Transit stock sold at
10, Potomac Electric Power 5% per
cent preferred at 111% and the 6 per
cent preferred at 113%. Washington
Railway & Electric preferred brought
110 on several sales. Capital Trac
tion 5s moved at 80.
John W. Hardcll.
TRANSACTIONS ON THE NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE
By Private Wire Direct to The Star.
2:16 p.m.
Prev 1037 Stock end Seles— Net
High. Low. Dividend Rate. Add 00. HISh. Low. Close, ehte.
65 40 Abbott Lab (1.60a). 1 43 43 43 +2
85 60 Acme Steel (4)_ 4 65 6374 65 +2
2244 12% Adams Exp (.30gJ_. 17 13% 124* 124* -1
2844 20(4 Adams-Millls 42)_ 1 21(4 21(4 21(4 + V*
36 28 Addresaog (1.40)_ 2 25(* 26V* 26% + 4*
444 14* Advance Rumley__ 3 2 14* 2 + V*
80V* 60 Air Reduction (la). 10 67(4 65 65 +14*
16% 9(4 Alaska Jun (.60a).. 72 12Vi 10% 12V*+1H
544 144 Alleghany__ 16 2 174 2 + (4
594* 16 Alles pf 330 ww_ 10 22(4 21 21 -1
59 14(4 Alleg pfJ40 ww_ 2 20(4 20 20 +3
58(4 13(4 Alleg pf xw-- 1 184* 184* 184i +2(4
52(4 17% Alleg pr pf_ 2 20 19 20
4514 2474 Alles Steel (1.20g)_ 4 26 25 25(4 - 74
27% 11 Allen Indus (1)- 1 12(4 12(4 12(4+4*
258V* 183 Allied Chem <•)_ 6 197 196 196 -(4
17(4 14 Allied Kid (la)_ 1 14 14 14
3*14 16(4 Allied Mills (2g).._ 4 19 18(4 18(4 + (4
2174 11 Allied Stores (.20a). 66 13(4 12(4 12(4—%
85 64 Allied Strs pf (5)_ 1 65 65 65 + V*
83(4 62(4 Allis Chaim (2g)__ 22 57 56(4 66(4 — (4
8t4 3(4 Amal Leath__ 4 374 34* 3% + %
11474 67(4 Amerada (2)_ 6 744* 74(4 74V* +2
101(4 72 Am Ag C(Del)6%g. 1 77 77 77 +1
4144 17% Am Bank Note 64 g_. 3 20 1944 1944 +1(4
75(4 69 Am Bank N pf 43)_30s 60 60 60
804* 42 Am Brake Sh (2g)_. 4 48 47(4 47(4 -2(4
121 90V* Am Can (4a) ... 19 101% 99 99(4 +2
71 26 Am Car & Fy (%g)_ 10 32 31 31
104(4 50 Am Car & F pf (4g). 1 65% 55V4 55V* + IV*
334* 22% Am Ch&Cable lg_ 18 24(4 23% 2374
112 94% Am Chicle < 4a)_ 3 96 95(4 95% + %
2344 9 Am Colortype- 1 10% 10V* 10% + %
304* 15(4 Am Cornel Alco _ 3 1744 17(a 17(4
33% 19 Am Crys Sug 3.25g. 3 21(4 20% 204* — %
99V* 88 Am Crys Sug pf( 6). 30g 88 88 88
13(4 444 Am Encaustic Til.. 6 6% 6 6
13% 44* Am & Foreign Pow. 11 6% 6% 5%
5874 22 Am & F P *6 pf _ 1 25% 25% 25% + 44
687*i 29(4 Am & For Pw $7 pf. 3 33(4 33 33 •* 1
38(4 11(4 Am & For Pw 2d pf 4 13% 1344 13% + %
21 12% Am-Hawaiian S (1) 1 13 13 13
11% 4% Am Hide & Leath .. 12 5% 5 5
62% 37 Am Home Pr (2.40). 3 40(4 40 40(4 + 4,
44* 2% Am Ice ...... 6 2% 2% 2(4 — (4
17% 9% Am International_ 16 10(4 10% 10% + u
on',* ^.14 Am Locomotive_ 28 30 284 284 — b*
125 81 Am Loco pf _ 3 85 83 83 -2
29% 14% Am M & Fdy (%g). 2 16 154 16 + %
684 364 Am Metal (%g)_ 10 38 374 374 — 4
164 64 Am Pow & Lt _ 16 74 7% 74 + %
724 39 Am P & L $5 pf (5). 3 454 45 454 + 4
874 454 Am P & L 36 pf (6). 8 51 504 604 + 4
294 134 Am Rad & St SL60) 54 154 144 144 -4
454 28 Am Rolling Mill (2) 35 32 314 31% + y*
101% 86 Am Roll M crpf 4 % 7 914 90 91 +2
36 224 Am Safety Raz (2). 2 244 244 244 +4
29 174 Am Seating (4g)._ 2 20 194 194 + 4
68 35 Am Shlpbldg (2a).. 50* 40 38 40 +3
1054 674 Am Sm & Ref (4g).. 43 704 684 68’, - 4
734 32 Am Stl Foun 1.50g.. 22 384 37 874
264 12 Am Storeg (1.50g)_. 2 134 134 134 + 4
56'» 354 Am Sugar Ref (2)_. 2 36% 364 364 + Vi
254 20 Am Sumatra (la)__ 2 21 204 21 + y«
187 1564 Am Tel & Tel (9)_ 6 1634 163 163 — 4
99 704 Am Tobacco (5)_ 2 77 76 77 +24
994 704 Am Tobacco B (5)_. 13 784 774 784 +14
204 84 Am Type Fdrs ... 2 9% 94 94 -4
294 134 Am Wat Wks (.60g) 23 144 14 14 — 4
14% 6% Am Woolen . . 1 7% 7*4 7*,
79 444 Am Woolen pf(3k)_ 3 50 49 50 +3
20 6% Am Zinc L & S 28 9% 94 94—4
634 364 Anaconda (1.25g)__ 101 39% 374 38 + %
244 174 Anchor Cap C.45g)_. 6 204 20 20
111 1024 Anchor Cap pf 6%.. 10* 105 105 105
374 12 Andes Copper ... 1 13** 134 134 —14
46 38 Arch-Dan-M 1.50g_. 2 394 39 394 +14
134 7 Armour 111 (.Bog) 14 9% 9 9
994 74 Arm 111 pr pf (6)_ 2 77 764 77 +2
704 454 Armst’g Ck (1.50g). 10 49 474 474 -1%
16V* 8% Arnold Const ( T»g). 1 10 10 10 + 4
174 54 Artloom ... 4 64 64 6*. + 4
244 10V* Asso Dry Good*_ 8 134 12% 12% — 4
106 85 Assoc In pf ww(5). 150* 84 84 84 -1
944 544 Atch T & S F (2g)_. 39 60 574 58 — 4
104 874 Atchison pf (5) .. 2 91 90 91 +2 *
654 314 Atlantic Coast Line 7 37 36 37 +1
44 134 Atl Gulf&W lnd pf. 2 154 144 144 + %
37 224 Atlantic Refln (1).. 32 25 244 24% + %
184 124 Atlas Corp (.80)_x 7 124 124 12%
524 464 Atlas Corp pf (3).3 474 474 474 +1
18V* 64 Atlas Tack (.50g)._ 3 8 74 74 + 4
36** 12 Auburn Auto _ 2 13% IS 13% — 4
94 2 Austin Nichols__ 4 44 4 4
94 34 Aviation Corn_ 8 4% 4% 44 + 4
23** 104 Baldw Lo ctfs w.i... 27 12V* 12 12—4
404 15% Balto & Ohio __ 26 18 17!, 174— %
474 204 Balto* Ohio pf__ 4 22 21 214 — 4
45 35 Bang & Ar (2V4)_ 1 344 344 344 — 4
1104 100% Bang* Arpf (a)_ 90*101**101 101 —4
434 17% Barber Co ( % g)_ 13 204 20 20 —4
42 294 Barker pf (2%)_ 30* 33 324 324 -4
354 16V* Barnsdall (1)_ 17 184 174 174—4
284 17 Beatrice Cr (la)_ 4 21 204 20% — 4
1054 100 Beat Cr pf ww (5).. 1 994 994 994 - 4
154 9 Beldin-Hem (1) ... 3 10 10 10 + 4
304 144 Bendix Avtat ,75g._ 22 154 154 154 + 4
23s* 174 Benef Ln (1.32V4g). 4 20 19** 20 + V*
105V* 654 Bethlehm Stl 2.50g_ 70 714 694 694 —1
20 164 Beth Stl 6% pf (1)_ 3 17% 17% 17%
1294 103 Beth Stl 7% pf (7)_. 2 107 106 107 +34
69»* 42 Bigelow-San (3g)_„ 2 44 43 43 41
38 18 Black & Deck (la)_. 3 23 224 224 — 4
294 124 Blaw-Knox (.70g)_. 9 164 164 16!*
944 70 Blumenthal pf 10* 664 664 664 -34
494 21% Boeing Airpl ... 22 264 25% 25-4 — 4
484 32 Bohn Alum (2.75g). 1 35 35 35 + 4
98 82 Bon Ami (A) (4) .. 10* 82V* 82V* 824 + V*
464 40 Bon Ami(B) (2.50).. 50* 41 41 41
28 204 Borden (1.60) ... 14 214 214 214 + 4
50% 364 Borg-Warner (2) .. 20 40!, 394 40!* — V,
35** 254 Bower Roll Bg(2g). 1 28 28 28 +1
234 114 Bridgpt Brass .Bag. 19 14 134 134 + 4
594 294 Brigis Mfg (2.50g). 12 334 33 33**4 1
53 94 Bklyn-Man (2%g)_ 24 13V* 124 12%+ 4
8 2 Bklyn* Queens_ 4 24 2% 24 + V*
38v, 74 Bklyn & Q T pf 1 104 104 104 +1
524 244 Bklyn Un Gas 2.30g 1 244 24 4 244 + %
50 39V* Brown Shoe (3) .. 1 40 40 40
244 114 Brunsw-Balk .EOg.. 5 124 124 12v, + 4
254 114 Bucyrus-Erie ,25g. x 7 124 12V* 124 — 4
14% 54 Budd Mfg - 11 74 7 7+4
98 54 Budd Mfg pf- 80s 64 61 61 —1
13 64 Budd Wheel (,20g). 3 6% 64 64 —4
454 22 Bullard Co (1)- 1 24 4 24 4 244 + 4
654 35V* Bulova Watch (4a). 9 43 424 42%+ %
18% 10 Burlington Mills(l) 2 11 11 11
36% 224 Burr Ad Mch(.65g). 18 26 254 254 + 4
45V* 144 Bush T Bid pf ct(r) 10* 154 154 154 + %
184 104 Butler Bros (.60)... 4 12V* 11% 12V* + 4
364 244 Butler Bros pf(l%) 1 26 26 26
94 4 Butte Copper & Z._. 10 44 44 44
334 11 Byers Co ._ 2 13% 134 13% + %
91 51 Byers AM pf 2.50k.. 10* 51 51 51
43% 1974 Byron Jack <(lg)._ 1 22% 224 224 + V*
484 26 Calif Pack (l%a)_ 2 304 304 304 +14
64 24 Callahan Z-Ld 20 2 4 2% 2% — 4
204 9% Calum & Hec 1.10g. 46 104 104 104 — 4
37% 22 Campbell Wy (1)._ 2 244 24 24
384 144 Canada Dry G Ale.. 29 174 16% 167* + 4
174 9 Canadian Pacific_ 22 9 4 9% 94 — 4
614 36 Cannon Mills lVjg.. 1 40 40 40 +14
106 92 Caro Clin &Ost(5). 30* 90 90 90 -2
35% 22 Carpenter Stl 1.60g_ 2 24 23% 23% — %
94 5 Carriers&Gen ,15g.. 12 6% 5 5% + 4
1914 126 Case (J I) .. 10 135 1334 134 +14
100 71 Caterpillar Trac(2) 12 79 784 784 — 4
414 26% Celanese (2.25g)_ 21 304 29% 29%
115 105 Celanese pr pf (7).. 2 104 104 104 —1
484 28 Celotex (,80g)- 1 31% 31% 31% +14
824 61 Celotex pf (5)- 50* 64 634 64 +2
394 294 Cent Aauir (14a).. 3 '30% 304 304
ic'vn e ceiurai roy .... 12 o a
41% lfi Central RRNJ_ 2 17 17 17 - %
86% 49 Cerro de Pasco (4)_ 6 54% 53% 53% —IV*
23% 7% Certain-teed _ 7 9 8% 9 + %
82 30 Certain-teed 6% pf. 140s 36% 35 35%
63% 35% Champ Pap &F (2). 1 47 47 47 + %
90% 49% ChesCorp (3) 7 55% 65 55 + %
68% 38% Ches & Ohio (2.80a) 34 43% 42% 43 + %
100 90% Ches&Opf A (4) _ 1 90% 90% 90%-%
13% 4 Chi & East 111 pf(r). 3 4% 4% 4% + %
4 1% Chi Gt West (r)_ 1 1% 1% 1% — %
18% 5% Chi Gt West pf (r)_ 2 7% 7 7 — %
32 18% Chi Mail Or (1 %a)_ 2 19 18% 18%+%
3% 1% Chi MStP&P (r).. 10 1% 1% 1% - %
7% 2% Chi M St P&P pfir). 4 2% 2% 2%
6% 2% Chi & N W (r) 1 2% 2% 2% + %
19% 6% Chi & N W pf (r).__ 1 7% 7% 7% + %
33 15% Chi Pneu Tool_ 8 16% 16% 16% — %
45 35 Chi Pneu T cv pf(3) 1 38 38 38 +3
8% 2% C R I & P 8% Df (r). 2 3% 3% 3%
10% 3% CR 1&P7% pf (r). 1 4% 4% 4%
27% 10% Chi Tell Cab(l%g)_ 3 10% 10% 10%+%
22% 15% Chick Cotton Oil_ 3 16% 16% 16% + %
15% 5% Childs Co 6 7% 7 7 + %
80 38 Chile Copper 1.25b— 10« 42 42 42 +2
135% 87 Chrysler (7b)- 129 91% 90% 90%-1%
21% 14 City Ice &F (2)-. 2 15% 15% 15%+%
10% 4% City Stores__ 2 5% > 5 5 + %
48 31% Clark Equip 1.30*— 1 35% 35% 35% +1%
48% 30% Clev Graph B l%g. 2 37 36% 36%+ %
29% 16% Cluett Peabody (1). 6 19 18% 18% — %
170% 122 Coca-Cola (3)__ 4 131 130 130
59 56% Coca-Cola A (3) .... 1 57 57 67
25% 13% Coleate-P-P (.50).. 11 14% 13% 13% — %
104% 102 Colg-Palm pf (6)_ 1 102% 102% 102% + %
62% 35 Collins & Aik (4b).. 5 39% 38% 38%+ %
51% 18% Colo Fuel & Ir (1b) 3 23% 22% 22%
27% 10% Colo & South 120s 12% 12 12
30 13% Colo & South 1st pf 90s 14% 14 14% + %
32 23% Col Brdcsts A l.OSg. 3 25% 25% 25% + %
31% 23% Col Brdcsts B U05b. 1 25% 25% 25% + %
20% 8% Colum G&E (.20*) 19 9% 9% 9% + %
108 80 ColG&El pf A (6). 7 81% 80 80 -1
39% 18% Col Piet vtc (la)... 2 21% 21 21
125% 95 Col Carbon (4a) ... 2 100 100 100 +3
69% 47% Cornel Credit (4a).. 9 63 52 52 - %
80V* 47V* Cornel Invest Tr(4) 24 55% 54% 54%
21% 10 Cornel Solv (.60)... 24 10% 10% 10%+ %
4% 1% Comwlth & Sou__ 15 2% 2 2 — %
75% 41 Com & Sou pf (3)_ 8 45 43% 43%—%
19% 7% Conde Nast - 3 7% 7% 7% + %
45% 27 Congoleum-Nm(2). 6 30 29% 29% + %
33% 12% Consol Aircraft_ 5 14% 14% 14% — %
18% 8%.Consol Cigar_ 1 9% 9% 9% + %
95 81 Con Clg p pf ww 6% 10s 81 81 81
49% 23% Consol Edl (1.50c). 38 31% 30% 31% + %
108 99% Consol Edlspf (6). a 4 99% 99% 99%
5% 2 Consol Film_ S 2% 2% 21*
2:15 p.m.
Prev 1037 Block and Balds— Net
High. Low. Dividend Rate. Add 00. High. Low. Close, ehge.
18% 8 Consol Film pf__ 4 9 8% 8% + %
13% 6 Cons Laundries_ l 7% 7 7 — %
17% 11% Consol Oil (,80a)... 71 12% 12% 12%+%
1% % Consol Textile (r).. 3 % % %
13% 6% Consol Coal__ 8 7% 7% 7% + %
87% 19% Container (1.20)_ 15 22 21 21 — %
37% 13% Conti Baking A._ 7 16% 15% 15% - %
5% 2 Conti Baking B_ 6 2% 2% 2%
69% 60 Conti Can (3). 13 64% 62% 63 + %
26% 10% Conti Diamond 1%g 1 13% 13% 13%+%
42% 30% Conti Ins (1.60a)_ 7 32% 31% 32 +■ %
3% 1% Conti Motor_ 8 2 1% 1%
49 36 Conti Oil (Del 1114 g. 31 38% 37% 38%
36% 17 Conti Steel (1)_ 2 19 18% 18%-%
77 63 Corn Exchange (3). 160a 57 55% 67 +2
71% 64% Corn Prod (3)_ 4 60 68% 60 +1%
10% 6% Coty_ 17 6 5% 6 + Vi
66% 33% Crane Co_ 10 35 34 34 -1%
116 100% Crane Co cv pf (5)„ 2 105 104% 105 +%
87 25 Cream of Wh (2g)_. 2 27 26% 26%-%
. 28% 13 Crosley Radio_ 2 14% 13% 14% + %
100% 47% Crown Cork (2)_ 19 63 61 61 +1%
25% 16% Crown Zeller (%g). 10 17 16% 16%
81% 43 Crucible Steel_ 2 48% 48 48
3 1 Cuba Co_ 10 1 1 1
14% 6% Cuban-Am Sugar— 1 6% 6% 6% + %
43 19% Cudahy Packing_ 4 23% 22% 23
20% 6% Curtis Pub _ 1 7% 7% 7% - %
109V, 65 Curtis Pub pf (7)_ 1 58% 58% 68%
8% 3% Curtiss-Wright_ 42 4% 4% 4% + %
23% 12% Curtiss-Wright A— 15 15 14% 14% - %
90% 54% Cutler-Ham (2g)_ 2 60% 60 60%+ %
143% 97% Deere & Co (2g)_x 6 107% 104 106 +2
31% 23% Deere & Co Df (1.40) 4 24% 24 24 -%
29 14% Deisel-Wem-G (la) 4 15% 15% 15% + %
68% 23 Del & Hud_ 16 26% 25'% 25V,
24% 10 Del Lack & W. 6 11V, llVt 11%+ %
10% 2% Den&Uio GW pf(r). 2 3% 3% 3%
146% 100 Detroit Edis (6g)_.. 1 104% 104V* 104V* - %
36V, 22% Diamond Mat (la).. 2 24% 24% 24%+ Vi
23 10% Diamond T Mot (1). 5 12 12 12
29 15% Diht Corp-Seag_ 10 17% 16% 16%+%
96 70 Dist-Seag pf ww(5) 2 75 *72% 72V* -2%
46% 28 Doehler Die(1.50g). 4 29% 29 29% +1%
61 36% Dome Mines(4.50g). 69 44% 42% 43% +1%
77% 32% Douglas Aircraft_ 24 38% 37% 37%
159% 103 Dow Chem (3.35g).. 1 111% 111 % 111% +2%
39% 15V, Dresser B (le)_ 1 18 18 18 +1
1804 136 Du Pont deN(4 Vi g)■ 11 1464 1444 1444 -14
1154 110 Duquesne 1st pf(5). 20s 115 115 115 +14
198 151 Eastman Kodak (8) 6 1754 175 175 - V*
16 64 Kitingon Sch __ 13 74 74 74
29 204 El Paso Nat G (2)-. 5 23 224 224 — 4
454 28V, Elec Auto D(2.20g). 9 32 31 304 -4
16 74 Elec Boat__ 19 84 8 8
74 44 Elec&Mus (.18*).. 3 5 44 6 + Vi
264 134 Elec Pow & Dt_ 77 154 147, 15-4
87 44 Elec P& D16 pf—. 2 52V* 514 62V* +34
92V* 464 Elec P & D pf_ 15 68 654 66 +34
444 284 Elec Stor Bat (2)._. 2 304 30 304 +4
115V, 1054 Endlcott-Joh pf(5). 110« 108 1074 1074
94 3 Equit Off Bldg_ 2 3s* 34 34
234 94 Erie RR _ 9 114 104 104 + 4
354 134 Erie 1st pf_ 14 184 164 164 -4
28v* 104 Erie R R 2d pf_ 6 14 124 134+4
34V* 13V* Evans Prod (1)_ 2 154 15V, 154 -t-14
64 2 Exchange Buffet_. 5 24 2l» 2V* + 4
54 14 Fairbanks Co_150s 24 24 24
28 11 Fairbanks pf_ 20» 14 . 14 14
714 39 Fairbanks Mrse(la) 2 424 42 42V* + 4
70 '38 Fajardo Sugar(3g). 2 41 41 41 +14
103 85 Fed Dt&Trac pf C6)_ 10s 85 85 85
114 4 Federal Motor_ 2 44 44 44 — V*
114 44 Federal Screw_ 2 54 5 64 + 4
6 24 Federal Wat Svc A. 1 24 24 24
434 214 Fed Dept Strs (2) - 3 284 274 284 - 7,
454 31 Fid Plioenix(1.60a). 3 3 3 4 3 3 337,+1
39s* 394 Filene's Sons .7ilg _ 40, 25 4 257, 25 4 — 24
414 244 Firestone T & R(2) 14 29 284 284 +17,
1077, 98 Firestone T pf (6) 1 98 98 98
52V* 36 First Nat Strs(24) 1 364 364 364 - 4
467* 18 FlintkoteU) - 7 194 197, 194 + Vi
584 364 Florence Stov 1.50g 1 35 4 354 354 -4
94 24 Follansbee Bros _ 8 34 34 34
68 354 Food Mach (2.50a). 4 39 38 39 +14
98 93 Food Mach pf(44). 50s 914 91V* 914-14
544 19 Foster Wheeler_ 10 264 25 25
184 64 Francisco Sugar_ 25 6 4 5 4 57,
327* 244 Freeport Sul <lg>__ 13 254 257* 254
117 105 Freeport Sul pf (6). 190, 105', 1044 1054 + 4
73 25 Fuller Co pr pf_ 20s 32 32 32 —3
484 12 Fuller 2d pf_130* 16 16 16
15V, 64 Galr (Robert)_ 7 74 7V* 74 — 4
33 174 Gamewell_ 10s 18 18 18 + V,
1067* 934 Gannett cv pf (6)._ 40s 96 954 96
19'-, 74 Gar Wood lnd (fcg) 6 84 84 8V* - 4
15V, 84 Gen Am lnv_ 12 94 94 94 — V*
86V, 47 Gen Am Trns(14*) 3 51 51 51
194 9 Gen Baking (.60)_ 6 97, 9Vi 94
14 44 Gen Bronze_ 2 54 54 5s*
324 12 Gen Cable_ 15 164 154 154 +4
65 26 Gen Cable A_ 4 32 314 32 +3
647, 41V, Gen Elec (1.20g)_ 79 454 444 444 -4
444 33V* Gen Foods (2)_ 20 344 334 334 -4
34 Ui Gen G & El A_ 8 14 14 14+4
657, 56 4 Gen Mills (3)_ 2 594 69 594+1
124 117 Gen Mills pf (6)_ 20s 118 118 118
707, 4 6 4 Gen Motors (2 74g). 152 604 494 494 -4
1224 113 Gen Mot pf (5)_ 1 1174 1174 1174 +14
15Vi 7 Gen Out Adv_ 6 8 74 8 + 4
604 30 Gen Out Adv A__ 1 35 35 35 -el
19 12 Gen Prtg lnk(.60*)_ 3 14 134 134 +4
54 17, Gen Pub Svc __ 14 34 3 3
654 254 Gen Ry Signal (1)_. 17 274 27 27 +1
54 2 Gen Real & Util_ 18 24 24 24
70',* 33 Gen Refract (2h)_ 5 38', 37 37
88 30 Gen Stl Cast pf_ 40s 37 864 354 + 4
334 174 Gen Theater Eq ,75g 7 194 194 19',+ 4
38V, 16 Gen Tire & Rubber. 7 184 174 17s, - 7,
204 104 Gillette Saf R .75g.. 9 124 124 124
294 124 Gimbel Bros .. ._ 18 154 144 14* - 4
90V* 62 Gimbel Bros pf (6). 1 67 67 67 +6
514 314 Glidden Co (2a)_ 2 337, 334 334 -4
67, 24 Gobel Adolf_ 4 3 3 3 +4
84 34 Goebel Brew (,20a). 1 34 34 34
50', 23 Goodrich (BF) Is . 32 274 26V, 264 —4
47V, 27 Goodyear T&R 1.60» 57 314 30V* 304 - V,
141 964 Goodyr T&R pf (6). 2 102 101 101
134 6 Gotham Silk H_ 2 64 64 64
44 2 Graham-Palge__ 72 2 4 2 4 24 —4
15 57, Granby Consol__ 2 64 64 64 +4
54 2 Grand Union_— 2 24 24 24 +4
274 14 Grand Union pf 2k_. 2 147, 147, 147, + 4
484 22 Gran City Stl (4g). 1 25 25 25 -rl
474 304 Grant (WT) (l.VOa) 4 324 32 324 +4
56V* 364 Great Nor Ry pf_ 58 41 39 39 - v«
28V, 144 GftNorOrecUVig) 3 164 167, 164 +4
42V* 30 Grt Wst Sug(2.40a) 2 314 314 314 + 4
39V, 23V* Green (HD) (1.60a) 3 26 254 26 +1
167, 10V* Greyhound (.80).._ 67 134 124 124 - 4
594 254 Gulf Mob * Nor pf_ 1 29 29 29 +24
204 8 Hall Print_ 3 10Vi 10 10
684 304 Harb-Walk (1.60s). 3 31V, 31 31-4
8 24 Hayes Body_ 1 34 34 34 +4
157* 94 Hecker Prod (.60a). 14 94 9s, 94 + 4
126 964 Helme (G W) (5a)_ 1101 101 101 +1
394 234 Hercules Mot (1)_ 4 244 244 244 +4
185 123 Hercules Powd (6). 3 130 128V* 1284 -14
64 44 Here P rts Oct 14_ 42 5 4 5 4 54 — V*
674 50 Hershey Choc <3)_ 2 514 514 514 +4
111 94 Hershcv pf (4a)_._ 2 944 94", 944 +4
524 24 Holland Furn 1.50g. 4 284 27V* 274. + 4
120',* 98 Holland F pf (5).._ 10s 98 98 98 -17,
30V* 164 Hollander (1)_ 2 184 184 184 +4
434 23 Holly Sug (Z VAS') — 3 244 24V, 244 +4
504 43V, Homestake Min 4 4 35 47 46V* 464 + Vi
41 307, Houd-Her A (24).. 1 304 304 304
277, 164 Houd-Her B (14)— 9 1 74 1 67, 167,-4
174 84 Houston Oil_ 18 10 94 94
901* 58 Howe Sound <3m)_ 9 63 61 61 +2
514 2Vi Hudson & Man__ 1 2>4 214 214
2314 9% Hudson Motor_— 16 1114 1014 10% — 14
4% 214 Huod Motor_._ 11 314 3 31*
38 14'4 Illinois Central_ 14 17 161* 16)4+1*
72 50 111 Cent LL, (4)_ 50* 51 51 51
2214 9 Indian Refining__ 1 10 10 10 + 14
144 102 Ingersol Rand(3g). 2 105 104 104 + 14
13114 91 Inland Steel (4a)... 11 95 *92% 92>4 -2V*
331* 1314 Inspiration Copper. 69 1614 15 15% + V*
6 414 Insuranshar (.10g). 1 414 41* 41*
13% 4 Interb Rap Tr new. 1 514 51* 514 + 14
64)4 34 Interchem Corp(2)_ 3 35 35 35 +1
281* 12V* Interlake Iron .40g_ 21 15V* 14V* 14% — V*
9)4 314 Inti Agricui-. 7 4V* 4 4
631* 32 Inti Agri pr pf (3k). 1 3714 3714 3714
189 137 Inti Bus Mach (6a). 2 146% 146V* 146'/* - H
120 86)4 Inti Harv (2.50a)_ 25 97y* 94 96 +2
16)4 6V4 lntl Hydro-Elec A.. 8 8V* 8 8-14
15y* 5 Int Mer Marine_ 1 614 614 614
18V* 8)4 Inti Mining (.45g).. 14 9*» 8’+ 9y* + %
73V* 49V* Inti Nickel (1.50s).. 123 62)4 611* 52 +1
19y* 14'* Inti Pap & Pow new 39 17V* 161* 1614 - V*
6814 58y* Inti Pap & P pf new 28 64*4 6114 6114 -2V*
5714 43 Int Ry Cent Am pf. 70» 47 4614 4614 +114
49V* 40 Inti Shoe (2)_ 2 41 401* 41 + 14
15)4 71* Inti Tel & Tel- 2128* 8 8 8 + 1*
361* 15 InterstDepS214r_. 5 19 1814 18 V* + V*
10714 85V* Interst Dept pf (7). 10* 83)4 831* 831*-21*
2614 11V* Intertype (.30g).._. 1 14 14 14
30 24y* Island Crk Coal (2). 1 25 25 25 + 14
155 95 Johns-Manv (3a)_ 11 105 10114 102 —1)4
126 120 Johns-Manv pf (7). 20« 123 123 123 -2
136 105 Jones&Lau pf 5.25k. 20e 105 105 105 +1V4
46 25 Kalam Stove (la)— 8 2414 241* 24)4 - 14
29 9 Kansas City Sou_ 1 11 11 11 +1
44)4 17V* Kansas City Sou pf. 3 20 1914 1914 +1
27y* 1714 Kayser (J) .1.60g_ 1 19 19 19
23H 11 Kelsey-Hayes A_ 3 13)4 13V* 131*
1914 81* Kel-Hayes Wh B_ 3 10 9V* 9V«
69% 44 Kennecott (2S)_ 139 461* 4414 44)4
20)4 11% Keystone S&W (1). 2 12V* 12)4 1214+14
351* 18 Kinney pr pf .. 150e 20 1914 19)4 + 1*
151* 6'* Kresge Dep Stores. 1 714 7y* 7V* - 14
29V* 19T* Kresge (S S) .90g__ 9 21 20'* 21+14
47)4 28'/* Kress (S H) (1.60). 1 291* 291* 2914 + V*
24V* 18 KrozerGroc (1.60). 2 18% 181* 18)4
271* 10 Laclede Gas_ 70* ll7* 111* 1114+1*
24 1514 Lambert (2)_ 5 16)4 16'* 1614 + V*
271* 15 Lee Rub & T (lg)_ 6 171* 17 1714 + 14
6114 20 Lehigh Port C (1H) 2 2314 2314 2314 + 14
3V« 1)4 Lehigh Valley Coal. 3 114 1)4 H4
1814 6 Lehigh Val Coal pf. 4 7% 71* 71* + 1*
24V* 814 Lehigh Valley R R. . 9 101* 91* 10 + V*
4314 31V* Lehman Corp <la)_ 22 3414 33V* 33V* - 14
79 54 Lib-Ow-Glaas (3g). 4 5914 5814 5814 +1
15V* 9** Libby MeN&L 1.4»hx 8 11 11 11-14
29 2514 Life Savers (1.60a). 2 26 25)4 25)4 + V*
114 88 Liggett & M B (4a). 7 9314 921* 93 +1V*
175 151 Llgg & Myers pf (7) 1 1601* 16014 16014 - 14
2:15 pm,
Prev 1937 Stock and Sales— Net
High. Low. ' Dividend Rate. Add 00. High. Low. Close, chge.
23* 18* Lily TulCup (1*). 1 19* 19* 19*-*
83* 37* Lima Loco <lr) .. 1 *1* 41* 41*+ Vi
26* 20 Liquid Carb (1.60a) 3 21* 21* 21* + V,
87* 64* Loew’a Ino (6*)_ 36 72* 71* 72*+*
3* 1 Loft .. 65 l* 1* 1H - *
76* 38 Lone Star Cem (I)_. 10 41 40* 40*+ *
10* 4 Long-Bell A_ 1 4* 4* 4* - *
43* 26* Loose-WU Bla (2).. 2 25* 25* 26*
28* 19 Lorlllard (P) (1.20) 12 20 19* 19* + *
28* 17* Loulsv GftE A 1 * . 3 18* 17* 17*-*
99 70 Loulsv &Nash(6g). 1 72* 72* 72*-*
41* 22* Ludlum Steel (1)_ 12 25* 24* 24*-*
36 29 MacAnd & F (2a)... 1 28* 28* 28*+*
36 17* McCall Corp (1.50). 3 18 17* 17*-*
24* 12 McCroryStra_ 6 14* 14* 14*-*
42* 32* McIntyre Pore (2)_. 28 37* 36 37* +1*
16* 9* McKesson & Rob... 13 11 10* 10*-*
47* 39 McKess & R pf (3). 2 39* 39* 39*
19 9 McLellan Strs ,95g. 4 10* 10* 10*+ *
62* 29 Mack Trucks (1)_ 10 32* 31* 31*+*
68* 36* Macy (R H) (2a)... 10 39* 38* 38*+*
15* 10* Mad Sq Gar (1.16g). 3 12* 12* 12* + *
63 31 Magma Cop (l*g)_ 1 32 32 32 -1
7* 3* Manatl Sugar (r)._. 3 3* 3* 3* + *
16* 6 Man Ry mod gtd(r) 4 7 6* 6* + *
6* 2* Maracaibo Oil _ 2 2* 2* 2* + *
14* 7* Marine Midi (.40a). 30 8* 8 8* + *
20 7 Market St Rv pf ... 10s 7 7 7
6* 1* Market St Ry 2d pf. 10s 2* 2* 2* + *
39 12 Market St Ry pr pf. 40s 13* 13* 13*+1*
30* 17 Marshal Field_ 17 18* 17* 17* - *
29* 14* Martin (Glen) 60 18* 16 18* +2
13* 4* Martin-Parry__ 1 4* 4* 4* — M
74 35* Maaonlte (la)_ 1 37 37 37 + *
41* 2*7* Math Alkali (1 *) .. 4 28 27* 27* - *
66* 46* May Dept Strs (3a). 2 52 51* 51*+ *
15* 6* Maytag_ 1 7* 7* 7* + *
34* 17* Mead Corp (lgl .. 6 21* 20* 20* - *
93* 70 Mead pf B ww 5.50.. 1 78 78 78 +3
86* .54* Melville Shoe (5)_ 1 56 56 56 +*
16* 6'* Mengel ... 4 7* 7* 7* + *
cn men^ei oTo priz^fei. i)U> zov* zn'/j — ^
72V* 45% Mesta Mach(3.75g). 2 61'* 60 50 -1
26% 10% Miami Copper .. 19 11%V10% 11%
85% 21 Mid-Cont Pet (%g) 11 24 23% 2«% - %
48% 30 Midland Steel (2) . 3 32 31% 32 41
122 108 Midland Stl 1 pf(S). 20* 110 110 110 41%
120 82 Minn-Hon Reg (3). 2 90 89 89
16% 7% Minn-Mol Imp ... 6 8% 8% 8% - %
2% % M StP&SS Marie 4 % % %
6% 1% Minn StP&SSm LL. 90s 2% 2 2
9% 3% Mo-Kan-Texas_ 20 4 3% 4 4 %
34% 13 Mo-Kan-Tex pf_ 22 16 14% 14'* - %
6% 1% Mo Pacific (r)_ 2 2% 2% 2%
12% 3% Mo Pacific pf (r)... 6 4% 4% 4V*
40% 22% Mohawk Crp(1.20a) 1 23% 23% 23% -1
107% 85 Monsanto Ch l%g . 3 94 93 93 -2
69 44 Montgom Ward(2a) 84 50% 48% 48*4 — %
66% 50 Morris & Esx (3 %). 60* 50% 50% 50% -
3% % Mother Lode ... 14 1 % % — %
38% 22% Motor-Prod (2.60g). 4 26% 25% 25%
26 16% Motor Wheel (1.60). 3 17% 17% 17%-%
54 25 Mueller Brass (la). 2 29 29 29 41
15% 7% Mullins Mfg (B) . 13 9% 9% 9%-%
36% 15% Munsingwear 1.50a. 2 17 16% 17 -*1
90 65% Murphy (G C) 3.60. 1 66% 66% 66% 4 %
20** 7% Murray Com__ 26 8% 8% 8% 4 %
24% 14 Nash-Kelv (1)_ 17 15% 15 15% 4 %.
24 15% Natl Acme ( %g)_ 6 16% 16% 16% - %
18% 6% Natl Aviation ... 3 10 9 9% 41V*
33% 22 Natl Biscuit (1.60). 17 28% 22V4 23 -%
38% 22% Natl Cash Rsg(lg). 6 25% 25% 26% 4 V.
26% 16', Natl Dairy P (1.20). 45 17% 17% 17%—%
112% 107% Natl Dairy pf A(7). 10. 108% 108% 108% - %
24% 10 Natl Dept Strs ... 9 11% 11 11
10% 5% Natl Dept Strs pf_ 2 6% 6% 6% 4 % '
35 26% Natl Distill (2 1 _ 21 28% 27% 27%-%
38 25 Natl En & Stpg (2). 1 $5% 25% 25% 4 ».
18% 6% Natl Gypsum _ 24 8 7% 7% — %
44 29% Natl Lead (%) ... 5 32% 31% 31% - »,
61% 33 Natl Mal'able 1.50g. 2 33 33 33 - V*
14% 7% Natl Pw & Lt ( 60)_ 8 8% 8% 8% — %
99% 7o Natl Steel (2.50a).. 10 77% 76% 77 4 %
41% 24 Natl Supply _ 16 31% 31% 31% 4 %
12% 5 Natl Tea (,30g)_ 2 5% 5% 5% 4 %
13!* 8% Natomas (.80)_ 7 9% 9% 9% 4 %
57V* 29 Neisner Bros (2) _. 1 32 32 32 41
109 100 Newberry 5% pf(5) 110* 106 105 106 43
41% 19 N'ewp't Indust (2g) 15 22% 21% 21% — %
98% 45 N V Air Br (1V4D.. 2 48% 48% 48% 4 %
65V* 25% N Y Central . 176 28'* 27% 27% - %
72 27 N Y Chi & St Louis. 1 33 33 33 43
100 55 N Y Chi & St L pf . 5 64% 63 64% -2%
31% 21 N Y«City Om 2.40g_. 7 25'* 25 25% 41
12% 4 N Y Dock . 50* 6 5% 5% - %
25% 10% NY Dock pf_ 150* 13% 13 13% 41
135 119 N Y&Harlem (5).. 30* 121 120% 120% - %
9% 3 NYNH&H (r)_ 16 3Vi 3% 3% 4 %
26% 7% N Y N H&Hpf (r>. 7 8% 8% 8% 4 %
6% 1% N Y Ont& West (r) 1 1% 1% 1%
15% 6% N Y Shipbldg _ 10 6% 6% 6%
102% 63% N Y Steam *6 pf_ 80* 92% 92% 92%
112% 73 N Y Steam $7 pf. . 40* 102% 102% 102% - V*
N Y Steam 67 pf cfs 50s 102'* 10^« 102%
272 212 Norfolk & Weet(10) 1 215 216 215 -%
114 102 Norfolk & W pf (4). 50* 105 105 105 -4- %
17% 7 North Am Avlat_ 29 8% 8 8 - %
34% 19% North Am (,90g).._ 34 22% 211* 21%-%
57% 48i* North Am Co pf (3). 2 52 51% 52 42
104!, North Am Ed pf<6). 2 99% 99'* 99% 4 %
105 93 Northern Cent (4).. 90* 98 97 97 -1%
36% 17% Northern Pacific_ 43 21 20 20 - %
6% 2% Norwalk T & R_ 6 3 2% 3
22% 14% Ohio Oil (%g)_ 24 15% 15V* 15%
73 40% Oliver Farm__ 15 48V* 46% 46%
26% 10 Omnibus _ 6 13% 13 13 - %
114 90% Omnibus pf (8)_ 40. 91% 91% 91%
19% 10 Oppenhetm Col %g. 5 10% 10% 10% 4 %
45V* 27% Otis Elevator-80g . 12 31 29% 29% -1%
140 126 Otis Elev pf (6)_ 80* 130% 130% 130% 4 %
24% 11% Otis Steel _ 21 13% 13% 13% - %
97 63 Otis Stllst pf 6% . 2 65 63% 65 42
28 17% Outboard M (2.50g) 3 20 19% 20 -,1%
103% 80 Owens-Ill G1 184g . 4 89 88 88% -r2%
23 14% Pac Am Fish (1.20) x 5 15% 16 15 4 i*
16% 4% Pac Coast _ 40* 6 6% 5%
38 27% Pac Gas & El (2)—. 8 28 27% 28
53% 36 Pac Lighting (J)... 3 40 40 40 4 %
44% 17% Pacific Mills(l%g). 8 17% 17 17%
29% 16 Pac West Oil t.65e) 5 19% 19 19 4 %
12% 6% Packard Mott.25g). 38 7% 7% 7%
4% IV* Panhandle P&R (r) 1 1% 1% 1% + %
121 50% Panhan P&R pf (r). 80* 70 66 70 45%
su no 1'arainne lag;__ a o(r»» -t- "•*
109% 99 Paraffine pf (4)_xlOO* 95 95 95 -3%
28% 16% Paramount Plot_ 106 18% 17% 17% — %
26% 14% Paramount 2 pf(.60: 2 16% 16% 16% - %
34% 22% Park & Tilford (2)_. 1 22% 22% 22%+%
8% 3 Park Utah . _ 32 3% # 3% + %
44% 33% Parke Daris 1.80g._ 13 34% 33% 33%-%
29% 23 Parker Rust-Pr 1%. 2 23% 231* 23%+%
7% 2 Parmelee Trans_ 2 2% 2% 2% + %
10% 6% Paths Film _ 11 8% 8 8 -%
23% 11 Patino Mines_ 4 13 12% 13 + %
7% 3*4 Peerless (.30g)_ 12 5% 5% 5% + %
103% 81 Penney (JC) (3g).. 7 86% 86 86 + %
12% 4% Penn-Dixie Cement. 3 5 4% 5 + %
76% 26 Penn-Dixie pf A_ 1 28% 28% 28%
60% 28 Penn R R (%gr) ... 41 30% 29% 29%-%
65% 35 Peoples Gas Lt & C- 4 39% 39 39 +1
48% 16 Pere Marquette ._ 1 21% 21% 21% +3
21H 12% FetroCorp (,90g)_ 2 13% 13% 13%+ %
13% 6 Pfeiffer Brew .90s). 2 6% 6% 6% + V*
59% 31% Phelps Dodge l%g. 28 33% 32 32%-%
54% 37% Phila Co 6% pf (3) x 1 38 38 38 +2
14 4% Phila Rap Tr pf (r). 50» 5% 5% 5% — %
3% % Phila Read C&Kr). 2 1 1 1 + %
,95% 70 Philip Morris (3)._ x 2 84% 84% 84% +2
64 45 Phillips Pet (2a)_ 21 51% 50% 50%-%
20% 9 Pierce Oil pf_ 5 11% 10% 10% - %
33% 25 Pills Flour (1.80)_ 1 26V* 25% 25%-%
18V* 9 Pitts Coal . ... 1 11 11 11 + %
20 9% Pitts Screw (,45g) .. 12 10V» 10% 10%+%
122 72 Pitts Seetl pf B (7) 200* 75% 75 75%+%
8% 2% Pitts United __ 5 3% 3% 3%
47% 17% Pitts &WVa_ 470* 20 18% 18%-1
3 % Pittston Co _ 11 1 1 + Vi
29% 18 Plymonth Oil 1.05g. 7 19% 19 19%+%
33% 12 Poor* Co B _ 18 15% 14 14% +1%
11% 3% Porto Ric-Am T A— 3 3% 3% 3% + %
15% 4% Postal T & C pf (r). 6 5% 5% 6% + Vi
31% 11% Press Stl Car ,25g._ 15 12% 12% 12% - Vi
31 11% PressSCl pf (%)_ 6 12% 12% 12% + V*
86 34% Press StlC 2 pf 2%. 1 36 36 36 +1
65% 49% Procter & Gam (2a) 4 63 52% 63 +1%
118% 114% Procter & G pf (5). 10*118 118 118
62*. 35% Pub Svc N J (2.60). 8 39 38 38% + Vi
162% 132 Pub SvcN J pf (S). 60* 136% 133% 136 +4
72% 34% Pullman (1 Vi)_ 16 39% 38% 39% +1%
24% 14V* Pure Oil _... 67 15«i 16% 15% + %
107 95 Pure Oil 6% pf (6). 2 97% 96% 97%+1
112% 107% Pure Oil pf (»)_ 230* 111 111 111 + V*
23V* 9% Purity Bak (,45g)__ 6 10% 10% 10% + V*
12V* 7% Radio Corp_ 470 10% 9% 10 + %
80 62 Radio cv pf (3Vi)— 2 69 68 68 + %
10% 5% Radio-Keith-O (r)_. 8 6% 6% 6% - %
25% 9% R R Sec 111 C Stk— 20* 9% 9% 9% + V*
37% 27% Raybest-Man(1 %g) 2 30 30 30 + %
47 28% Reading Co (2)_ 3 29% 29 29 -1
13% 6 Real Silk- 4 6% 5% 5% + %
30 13% Reis & Co 1st pf- 1 12V* 12% 12*.-2%
22% 12 Reliable Strs (1)— 2 13*. 13% 13V* + Vi
35% 12% Reliance Mf (.60a)_ 2 13 12% 13 + %
29% 16% Rem Rand (1.05g)_. 38 18 17% 18 + %
9% 3% Reo Motor_ 17 4 3% 4 + %
47% 22% Republic Steel- 120 25% 24% 25%+%
124 88 Rep Stl cv pf(4%k) 2 94 94 94 - %
2:15 pm.
Prev 1937 Stock and Sales— Net
High. Low. Dividend Rate. Add 00. High. Low. Close, chge.
49% 17% Revere Copper & B. 4 22 21% 21%+ %
30% 17% Reynolds Met (1).. 4 19 18% 18% + %
34% 13 Reynolds Spr (1)— 1 15% 15% 16%+%
67 59% Reynolds Tob (3)_ 20* 62 62 62 -3
58 47% Reynolds Tob B (I) 11 49% 49% 49%+ %
86% 60 Roan Antelope l.llg 2 64% 64 64 + %
38 23 Ruberold (.601_ 1 23 23 23
46 27% Safeway Strs (2)... 7 29% 29 29 — %
103 95 Safeway Strs pf (5) 10» 95 95 95
66 42% St Joseph Lead (2a) 6 45% 44 44 -1%
4% 1% St L-San Fran (r)._ 1 1% 1% 1%
11% 3% St L-San Frn pf (r) 4 4% 4% 4% + %
27% 14% Savage Arms(.75g). 3 20 18% 18%-1
51% 34 Schenley Dlstlll(J). 8 37% 36% 37 + %,
3% 1 Schulte Ret (r)_ 4 1% 1% 1% + %
45% 37% Scott Paper (1.05f). 40* 38% 38 38
2% 1 Seaboard Air L (r). 6 1% 1 1
8% 3 Seaboard A L pf (r) 3 3% 3% 3% + %
64% 26% Seaboard 011 (1)_ 6 30 29% 29%
98% 70% Sears Roeb (3)_ 53 77% 75% 76 -%
34 19% Servel Corp (la).._ 8 21% 21 21 - %
42% 22% Sharon Steel (1.20). 6 27'% 26% 26%+%
120 80 Sharon Stl pf (5)_ 1 84 83% 84 +2
14 6% Sharp & Dohme 3 7% 7% 7% — %
17% 9% Shattuck FG (.60).. 7 10% 10% 10%
34% 19% Shell Union (%g)__ 13 21% 21 21
17% 9% Silver King (.90g)__ 6 10% 9% 9%
68 27% Simmons Co 1.75g . 17 34 32% 33%+ Vi
4% 3 Simms Petroleum.. 1 3% 3% 3%
25 24 SlmondsSaw (.50g) 2 25 25 25 +1
60% 34% Skelly Oil (lg) 9 39% 38% 39%-%
197 85% Sloss-Sheffield S * I 30a 106 106 106 +6
54% 20 Smith (AO) ... 3 21 20% 20%
40% 20 Smith&Cor (l%g). 7 20% 20 20%+%
29% 15% Snider Pack (l%g). 1 17 16% 16%
23% 16% Socony Vac .60g) 148 19% 18% 18% + %
6% 2% Sou Am G&P (.10g) 67 3% 2% 3% + %
42% 28% South P.R.Sug (2a). 3 29% 29 29%+%
32% 20% Sou Cal Edis (l%a) 6 22% 21% 22%+%
65% 28% Sou Pacific _ 83 33% 31 31% -1%
43% 17% Southern Ry_ 45 20% 19% 19%-%
60% 25% Southern Ry pf_ 12 31 29% 30
11% 4% Spalding _ 1 4% 4% 4%
vi sspaicnng 1st pr_ 20* 50 sit 50 rt
104% 92 Spang Chal pf (6)._ 60» 89 89 89 -1%
9% 4% Sparks With _ 7 44 4% 4',
36 24% Spen-Kell (1.60a).1 24 24 24 - %
23% 12% Sperry Corp (.60g). 19 15 14% 14%-%
50 44 Spicer pf A (3) _ 80* 49% 49% 49V* +1%
28% 14 Spiegel Inc (%g)_ 31 17% 17 174
95% 70 Spiegel pf (4%) ... 110» 74 72% 74 +1%
48% 24 Square D Co (,95g). 4 27% 26% 26%
16% 10 Stand Brands (.80). 20 10% 10% 10% + 4
12% 2% Stand Com Tob_ 4 4% 4% 4%
14% 5% Stand Gas & El (r)_ 12 6% 5% 5% - %
32% 114 Stand G & E pf (r). 6 13% 13V* 13% - V*
65 24% Std G&E $6 prpf(r) 5 29% 29 29 +1
72% 29 St G&E 7% p pf(r). 5 35 33% 33%*%
60 364 Stand Oil Calif (la) 31 37% 36% 36%-%
60 3^% Stand Oil Ind (la).. 12 39% 394 39%+%
36% 30% Std Oil Kansas _ 1 35 35 35 - %
76 52% Stand Oil N J (la).. 46 67% 56% 56% - 4
75 60 Sterling Prod(3.80) 3 63% 63 63
21 12 Stewart-Warn(%a) 6 14% 14% 144-4
33% 14 Stone* Web_ 18 16 154 15%-%
20 8% Studebaker_ 14 9% 9% 9% - %
125 118 Sun Oil pf (6)_ 30*119 119 119 -1
22% 12% Sunshine Mng (3).. 20 15% 14% 14%-%
61% 32 Superheater (1.75g) 5 35 34 34 — %
7% 3 Superior Oil _ 15 3% 3% 3% - 4
47V* 19% Superior Steel__ 1 21 21 21 — %
28% 19% Swift & Co (1.20) .. 7 21 20% 20% - 4
23s* 9% Symington ww ,35g. 5 11% 11% 11%
17% 7% Symington xw ,35g. 3 *)% 94 94
15% 8 Talcott Inc (.60a) . 1 9% 9% 9% + 4
8% 5% Telautograph (.60). 1 6% 6% 6% + %
15% 8 Tenn Corp (%g)_ 2 9% 9% 9% — %
65 4 44% Texas Corp (2) _ 73 51% 50% 50% — %
9% 4V* Texas Gulf Prod_ 5 44 4% 4% — 4
44 32 Tex Gulf Sul (2a)._ 17 34% 33 33
54% 29 Tex & Pac Ry _ 4 34 32 34 +4
16% 9% Tex Pac C&0 (.40).. 15 11 10% 10',+ %
15% 8 Tex Pac Land Tr_ 28 9V* 9 9 + %
134 4% Thermoid . _ 3 6 5% 5% + 4
28% 194 Thomp Prod 1.40g_. 2 22 21% 214-%
10% 3 Thompson-Star _ 4 3% 3% 3%
21% 15% Tide-Water As(la). 18 17% 164 17
98% 88 Tide-W As pf (4%) 1 87V* 87V* 87%-%
28% 15% Timk-Det Ax .60g . 1 191, 19% 19% + 4
79 52% Timken Roll B(3a). 10 56% 55% 55% -1
17 13% Transamerica Corp 10 14 13% 13%
22% 8% Trans A West Air . b 9% 9% 9**
27% 9% Transue & W(.30g) 3 11% 11% 11% — %
11% 5 Tri-Cont Corp (%g) 28 6 5% 5% — 4
12 8 Truax-Traer (.80).. 1 9 9 9 + %
26% 10 Truscon Steel_ 1 11 11 11 + %
40% 27% 20th Cent-F 1.50g_ 15 30% 29% 304 + %
50 34 20th C-F F pf 14... 2 37% 36% -37% +1
94 50 Twin City pf (7k).. 10* 55 55 55
26% 12% Twin Coach (.30g). 10 13% 13 13% + %
6% 2 Ulen A Co _ 1 2% 2% 2%
1004 68 Und’w’d-El-F 3.25g 6 72 70% 71 +2
18% 13% Un Bag & Pap new 12 16% 15% 15%
111 83% Union Carbide 3.20g 35 91 89 89 -1
28% 20 Un Oil of Cal (.85*). 9 21% 21% 21% — %
148% 101% Un Pacific (6)- 9 108% 105% 105% -1%
99% 88% Un Paclfi# pf (4)_ 2 88 88 88 -1
35% 19 Unit Aircraft (%g) 40 22% 21 214+ %
24s* 9 Unit Air Line*. .. 20 11s, 11% 11% +
30V* 20 Unit Biscuit (1.60). 1 20% 20% 20% — %
35 25 Unit-Carr Fast (2). 1 26% 26% 26% +1%
8% 3% Unit Corp _ 55 4 3s* 3% — %
46% 32V* Unit Corp pf (3)_ 11 34% 34 34
16 8% Unit Drug (%g) .. 5 8% 8% 8% + 4
26% 12 Unit Dyewood (la). 2 15 15 15 + %
9% 5% Unit Elec Coal_ 1(1 6% 6% 6%
86% 64 Unit Fruit (3)_ 5 68 67% 67%+ v*
17 11 Unit Gas Imp (1).. 22 11% 11% 11%+ 4
164 6 Unit Paperbd (.30g) 5 7% 7 7 + ^
24% 9% U S A Foreign Sec . 9 10% 10 10%
34% 10 U S Freight <1 %e). 12 11% 10% 11%+ %
137 75 US Gypsum (2) 3 81 79% 80 — %
23% 11 U S Hoffman Mach. 1 13% 13% 13% + %
43% 23 U S Indus Alco_ 5 26% 26 264 + 4
154 6 US Leather _ 2 7% 7% 7% + 4
22% 10% U S Leather A_ 2 13 12% 12% + %
72% 33 U S Pip# (3) 8 39 38 38% +1%
19% 6% U S Realty A Imp_ 7 8 7% 7%
72% 36 U S Rubber _ 53 41% 40 40% — %
118 69% U S Rubber 1st pf .. 17 75 73% 73% _)»,
105 734 U S Sm & Ref (8g) . x 3 79 78 78 +1
126% 75 U S Steel - 220 83% 80% 80% -1%
150 119% U S Steel pf (7)_ 7 126 123% 123% —1%
+-* uimaiogsyos X 1 0(* fti* 5t4 + t,
84 2'* Unit Stores A ... 7 3% 34 34+4
86 597* Univ Leaf Tob (3a). 1 624 624 624 - a,
44 14 UtllF&LtA(r)_ 6 14 14 "14
24 1 Vadaco-- 2 14 14 14 + 4
394 204 Vanadium Steel__ 4 234 2174 214-14
444 26 Van Raalte (2%g)_ 1 297a 294 294 +14
47 38 Vick Chemical (2a). 2 41 404 404 + 4
124 44 Va-CaroChem_ 6 54 54 54
744 334 Va-Caro 6 pf (l%k). 4 384 374 374 + 4
1074 27* Wabash Ry (r)_ 2 3 3 3
184 44 Wabash pf A (r)_ 6 5 4 57* 54 + t*
16 6lj Wabash pf B (r)_ 10« 44 44 41,-24
194 9 Waldorf Sys(.80g)_ 3 97* 97, 94
33 21% Walgreen (2) __ 6 244 2474 244 + 4
514 384 Walker H 0&W(2). 3 42 414 42
184 84 Walworth _- 10 94 94 94 + 4
504 14 Ward Baking A_ 5 164 16 16
104 34 Ward Baking B_ 14 4 4+7*
18 94 WTarner Bros Plct_ 31 1174 104 104 — v*
1274 34 Warren Bros (r) .. 4 47+ 44 44+ 4
46 297* Warren Pdy &P(2a) 3 314 31 31
38V* 197* Waukesha Mot (la) 3 224 214 217* — 7*
504 324 W’ayne Pump (2a)_. 1 39 39 39 + 4
97* 27* Webster Eisenlohr. 2 37* 14 34
56 284 WTesson O & S ( %a) 6 334 32 32 —4
103 81 West Penn El pf(6) 20s 954 954 9574 +14
304 23 W:est Auto Sup 1.60 1 244 244 244 + 4
117* 3% Western Pac pf_ 3 44 47* 47* + 7,
834 29 Wrest Un Tel 2.25* . 40 34 334 334
574 264 Westlnghse Air (1) 19 3074 294 294 + 4
1674 110 Westhse El&M(3g) 29 123 1194 1194 -17+
30-4 1 6 Weston El In .75g _ 1 194 194 191* + t,
347* 254 Westvaco Chi pf 1% 3 254 254 254 — 7,
65 327* Wheeling Stl_ 10 39 387* 387* — 4
334 144 White Motor_ 11 177* 164 164 — 7*
187+ 12 White Rk M Sp 1.40 2 124 127* 127* + 7+
464 2074 W’hite Sew M pf_ 4 224 217+ 214 + 7*
57* 44 Willys Overland_ 8 47* 44 47*— 7+
12 84 Willys-Ov'd pi .60_. 4 94 94 9% _ 7*
1274 67* Wilson & Co ( %)— 30 77* 77* 77* — 7*
914 664 Wilson $6 pf (6)_ 3 68 67 67 + v,
664 404 Woolworth (2.40)._ 11 43 424 424 + %
47 24 Worthington Pump 3 284 28 28
76 63 Wriglay Jr (3a)- 3 68'* 677* 684 +14
37% 134 Yellow Truck _ 64 164 157* 1574 — 7»
142 110 Yellow Trk pf (7).. 200a 1124 110 111 +1
46% 314 Youn* Spring (3)-. 3 327* 327* 324 + 4
1017* 644 Ygstwn Sh&T 2.50* 27 604 684 584 - V*
434 30 Zenith Radlo(l%g) 21 36 354 354
94 34 Zonite Prod_ 5 34 34 34 — 4
Approximate Sales of Stocks on the N. I. Stock Exchange.
11:00 A.M._ 320.000 12:00 Noon_ 630.000
1:00 P.M,_ 710,000 2:00 P.M^._ 850.000
s Actual sales' unit of trading 10 shares,
r In bankruptcy or receivership or being reorganized under
bankruptcy act or securities asstnsed by such companies.
Rates of dividends in the foregoing table are annual dis
bursements based on the last quarterly or semi-annual declara
tion. Unless otherwise noted special or extra dividends are not
Included.
x Ex dividend, xr Ex rights, a Also extra or extras, e Paid
last year, f Payable in stock, g Declared or paid so far this
year, h Cash or stock, k Accumulated dividend paid or de
clared this year.
A. 0. SMITH EARNS
$16,555 FOR YEAR
Profit Compares With $862,659,
Recorded in Previous Fiscal
Period.
B) the Associated Press.
NEW YORK, September 30.—A. O.
Smith Corp. and subsidiaries, Milwau
kee, Wis., manufacturer of fabricated
steel products, which last year ex
tended its activities to gold mining
in Nevada, for the fiscal year ended
July 31 reported net Income of *16,555
after charges, including net loss on
sale of securities, equal to 3 cents a
common share. This compared with
net income of $862,659. or $1.72 a
share, in the preceding fiscal year.
In a statement accompanying the
report, the company said: "Operations
for the year ended July 31. 1937, ab
sorbed costs of approximately $916,000
incurred in development and explora
tion work as to mining properties, of
which the Round Mountain operation
in Nevada constituted the major por
tion.
"These costs were absorbed currently
during the fiscal year, except that a
balance of approximately $647,000 ap
plicable to the Round Mountain prop
erty, which had previously been car
ried as a deferred charge, was absorbed
in July operations, when this property
was finally abandoned.”
STOCK INCREASE APPROVED.
NEW YORK, September 30 (Spe
cial).—Stockholders of Railroad Em
ployes’ Corp., New Yowk City, yesterday
approved a proposed change in the
company’s capitalization, increasing
the authorized class A common
stock from 60,000 no-par shares, of
which 48,981 shares are presently out
standing, to 250,000 shares without
par value. Offering of the stock will
be made to present stockholders prior
to public offering.
AT END OF SESSION
Advancing Momentum Lost «
After Early Rise of
Fractions to $2.
Stock Averages
. 30 18 18 60
Indust. Ralls. Util. Stocks
Net change +1.0 -t-,6 +.3 +.7
Today, noon 81.3 30.0 37.5 57.3
Prev. day.. 80.3 29.4 37.2 56.6
Month ago. 89.7 33.9 40.2 63.2
Year ago.. 90.2 39.6 51.0 67 7
1937 high-,101.6 49.5 54.0 75.3
1937 low... 76.3 27.3 35.4 53.7
1936 high.. 99.3 43.5 53.7 72.8
1936 low... 73 4 30 2 43.4 55.7 .
1932 low... 17.5 8.7 23.9 16.9
1920 high.,146.9 153.9 184.3 157.7
1927 low... 51.6 95.3 61 8 61.8
(Compiled by the Associated Press.)
BY VICTOR EUBANK.
Associated Press Financial Writer.
NEW YORK, September 30.—Lead
ing stocks extended their Wednesday's
rally on a broad scale during today's
early market proceedings, but lost ad- ‘
vancing momentum later and finished
with trends indefinite.
At the best gains ranged from frac
tions to 2 or more points, with buy
ing concentrated in coppers, gold
mines, steels, rails and farm imple
ments.
Smallness of the trading volume,
however, apparently encouragedtraders
to cash in some of their profits which
had accumulated in the previous two
sessions and extreme upturns were
reduced, canceled or converted into
losses in the final hour.
While the general run of news was
colorless irom the market’s standpoint,
sentiment was buoyed to a certain
extent by improvement of securities
in London and Paris. Commodities
were uneven. *
Gold stocks were given a brisk up
ward push for a while as the price
of the yellow metal was lifted in Lon
don and hoarding was reported on the
increase in Europe.
The ticker tape idled frequently
and transfers approximated 1,150 000
shares.
Among the better performers were
Anaconda, Kennecott, Cerro de Pasco,
Inspiration Copper, International
Nickel, Howe Sound. United States
Smelting, McIntyre, Homestake. Alas
ka Juneau, Dome. Mack Truck, United *
States Rubber. Firestone Tire, Wool
worth. Macy, J. I. Case, International
Horvester, Deere, United Aircraft,
Glenn Martin, American Bank Note,
J. C. Penney. American Can, Amer
ada, Continental Can. Radio Corp
LoeWs, Liggett & Myers "B," Air Re
duction, Canada Dry, Crown Cork,
Atlantic Coast Line. Santa Fe, Ches
apeake & Ohio and Pullman.
Narrow to off a point or so were
United States Steel, Bethlehem «
Wheeling Steel. Republic. General Mo
tors, Chrysler, Yellow Truck. Good
year, Goodrich, Douglas Aircraft.
American Telephone, Consolidated
Edison. North American, Montgomery
Ward. Sears Roebuck. Paramount,
American Radiator, Westinghouse
General Electric, Du Pont, Standard
Oil of New Jersey, New York Central,
Southern Pacific, Great Northern,
Union Pacific and John-Manville.
NEW YORK COTTON .
By the Associated Press.
NEW YORK, September 30.—Cot
ton moved over a narrow range today,
and while trade buying furnished re
sistance on reactions, moderate hedge
selling and liquidation, influenced b
favorable weather, checked advances.
December moved between 8.17 and
8.22 and in midaftemoon was 818.
when prices generally were 1 to 7
points net lower.
Futures closed steady. 4 to B lower '
Huh. Low Last.
October - 8.3, s .tin
December -8. 8.15 8 16
January -8.-.'3 s 16 8,16
March _ 8.29 8 2*’ 8 °°
May -s.'.;? s.'.To sao-.ic *
July 8 46 8..17 8.37
SDOt steady: middling, 8.46.
Cottonseed Oil.
Bleachable cottonseed oil futures
closed firm, 16 to 18 higher. Sales.
215 contracts. October, 7.33b: De
cember, 7.41; January, 7.45b; March.
7.50; May, 7.56b. b—Bid.
_ 1
New Orleans Prices.
NEW ORLEANS. September 30 (fr.—Un
favorable cables and continued good crop
weather in the belt brought slightly lower
prices in cotton here today.
Initial transactions were 3 to 7 points
net lower, with December selling at 8 27.
March at 8.33. May. 8.39. and July at
8.47. Other positions were nominally
lower.
Little support appeared and toward the
end of the first half hour active months
were unchanged to 3 points above the
opening figures.
Cottonseed oil opened steady: October.
R.KSb. December. 6.75b: January. 6.79b;
March. 6.86b; May. 6.95n. b—Bid.
Liverpood Quotation*.
LIVERPOOL. September 30 —Cotton,
no receipts. Better demand in spots, im
proved business. Prices 4 points loiter.
Quotations in pence: American, strict good
middling. 5.77: good middling. 5.47: strict
middling. 5.22: middling. 4.92. striet low
middling. 4.67; low middling 4.17: strict <
good ordinary. 3.67: good ordinary 3.27.
Futures closed quiet: October. 4.67: De
cember. 4.77: January 4.81: March. 4.88;
May. 4.93: July. 4.98. Noon official close.
September (1937). 4.72 value.
- ■ ■ » —.
NEW YORK BANK STOCKS
NEW YORK. September 30 t/P*.—New
York Securits Dealers' Association
(Quotations as (4' 2 o clock )
Bid Asked.
Bank ol Manhattan (l1,) _ 28'4 30
Bankers Trust (2) _ 57'a ftp'a
Brooklyn Trust (4> 102 107
Cen Han Bank A Tr (4)__ 108 111 <
Chase National (1.40) _ 41 43
Chem Bank & Tr (1.80)__ 54 58
Commercial (8) _167 173
Cont Bank & Tr (.80)_ 14'a 16
Corn Ex Bk & Tr (3)_„__ 66'a 57'4
Empire Trust (1) 26'a 27’,4
First National (Boston) (2) 41 >« 43>*
First National (100) __ lflf>5 2035
Guaranty Trust (12)_28P 2fl4
laxlna Trust (.60) . 1.3'4 1414
Manufacturers Trust (2) 43‘a 45)4
Manufacturers Tr pf (2) xd 47'a 4f,
National City (1) _ 38 38
N Y Trust (5) _122 125
Public (l12a) 35 37
Title Guaranty A Trust_ 8*4 P*i (
FEDERAL LAND BANKS
NEW YORK. September 30 dp).—Fed
eral Land Bank bonds. Noon quotations:
4s Nov,. 1057-37 _1004, 100*,
4V«» May. 1057-37 _ 100*, 1004,
4s May. 1058-38 _101’, 102 >4
4e Nov., 1057-37 _ 100*, 100*,
4s July. 1046-44 _ 108*, 100>,
3'is May. 1055-45 _1014, m2
3s July. 1055-45 _100'/, 100*4
3s Jan.. 1056-46 _100'/, 100s,
3s May, 1056-46 _lOOVs 100H
METAL MARKET.
NEW YCyflK, September 30 (JFt.—Cop- *
per, firmer: ' electrolytic spot and future.
12.50; export, 12.10. Tin steady: spot and
nearby, 55.75-55.87*4: future. 55.25. Lead
steady; spot. New York. 6.00-6.05; East.
St. Louis. 5.85. Zinc steady: East St. Louis
spot and future. 6.50. tjon. aluminum,
antimony, quicksilver platinum and wol
framite quiet and unchanged.
PITTSBURGH STEEL NET UP.
NEW YORK, September 30
Net profit of Pittsburgh Steel Co. ,
for the fiscal year ended June 30
was $1,391,664, or $1.85 a common
share, against & net loss in th« pre
oeding fiscal year of $265,359.

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