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A. B. A. TRANSFERS
LEGAL OFFICES
Department Moved to D. C.
From New York—Need
ham Heads Staff.
By EDWARD C. STONE.
Following the sweeping administra
tive changes voted at the annual con
vention of the American Bankers’
Association in Boston, the legal de
partment of the organization has
been moved irom
New' York to
Washington.
D. J. Need
ham. general
counsel of the
association, has
come to the Cap
ital with the
other members
of the legal staff,
permanent head
quarters now be
ing established
In the Washing
ton Building.
Bankers at the
convention took
E. E. Mountjoy.
the Mew that the legal stall really
should be located in the Capital as
so much of the work deals with pend
ing legislation. This can be carried
on much more expeditiously here than
in New York, officers of the A._ B. A.
believed.
Related to this important step is
the transfer from Washington to New
York of Edgar E. Mountjoy, deputy
manager of the national bank divi
sion. Mr. Mountjoy represented the
national banks here for more than 10
years, maintaining offices in the Colo
rado Building.
One of the association's best-known
officials, he has already moved to New
York headquarters, where similar rep
resentatives of the savings division,
trust company division and State
bank division have long been located.
His departure from here caused deep
regret among many personal friends
In banking circles.
The changes now being carried out
had been under discussion for some
time prior to the recent convention.
A vigorous effort was made years ago
to bring all the A. B A. offices to
Washington, but the plan was turned
down.
Nevius With Riggs 41 Years.
Avon M. Nevius, one of the vice
presidents of the Riggs National Bank,
received hearty congratulations from
his associates yesterday on his 41st
anniversary with that institution.
Born, reared and educated in Wash
ington, his four decades in banking
have all been connected with Riggs
National. Advanced to the vice presi
dency many years ago, Mr. Nevius has
come in contact with people of unusual
prominence in the political and busi
ness life of the Capital and Nation.
He is a member of the Board of
Trade, American Institute of Banking,
Columbia, Congressional and other
country clubs. Masonic Fraternity, Na
tional Press Club and several other or
ganizations, including the Society of
Colonial Wars.
Unusually athletic in his younger
days, he was widely known as an oars
man and was a member of several fa
mous crews when rowing wras a most
popular sport on the Potomac.
TfltH.it CtAnlr Cli.Ull.. ■_
Capital Transit stock has shown
comparatively little change since the
Public Utilities Commission granted
an increase in car and bus fares. In
the past few days the stock has been
selling fractionally lower, one block
of 150 shares changing ownership yes
terday at 8'2. This was by far the
largest sale in months.
The stock sold on Monday and again
on Tuesday at 9 in small lots. Wed
nesday It came out on a small sale at
834 There were no transactions
Thursday. The bonds, known as Cap
ital Traction 5s, have been steady, sell
ing at 70 and 7012 since the higher
fares w-ere announced.
Members of the Washington Stock
Exchange think it will be some time
yet before definite results from the
higher fares will be evident. Until that
time the market for both the stock and
bonds is likely to see only small
changes. Bondholders have received
every cent of their interest but stock
holders have not seen a dividend in
four years.
Ayres Analyzes Freight Rates.
Probably the total increase in freight
rates by the Interstate Commerce Com
mission will amount to as much as
$65,000,000, says Leonard P. Ayres,
banker and economist, on the hpsis of
traffic equal in volume to that of 1937.
The expenses of the roads have re
cently been increased by wage ad
vances granted to railroad workers,
and these increases in operating costs
■will amount to about 125 million dol
lars. These two changes taken to
gether result in an increase in the
costs of operation about twice as great
as the advance in revenues which will
result from the higher freight rates.
The net outcome w-ill be an increase
In expenses of about 60 million dol
lars. This is more than one-third of
the net income of all the class I roads
last year, Col. Ayres estimates.
Heard in Financial District.
Harvey C. Couch, former director of
the Reconstruction Finance Corp., now
$■ railroad and utility executive, w-ill
become a class B director of the St.
Louis Federal Reserve Bank on Janu
ary 1.
The nineteenth annual midwinter
trust conference of the American
Bankers’ Association will be held in
New- York February 15-17, according
to Robertson Griswold, head of the
trust division and vice president of
the Maryland Trust Co.
The Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.
will pay par for the new $5,000,000
Issue of Potomac Electric Pow-er 3'4
per cent bonds, following approval
of the bonds by the Public Utilities
Commission. The same corporation’s
3% bonds on the Washington ex
change sold recently at 102% and
earlier in 1937 at 104‘i.
The Department of Commerce re
ports that shipments of railroad loco
motives during October totaled 61,
compared with 12 during the like
month last year. Shipments during
the first 10 months of this year totaled
410. compared with 108 for the similar
period of the previous year.
LARGER WHEAT CROP
SEEN IN AUSTRALIA
By the Associated Press.
The Bureau of Agricultural Eco
nomics said yesterday the Australian
wheat crop had been estimated at 163,
000,000 bushels, compared to 150,000,
000 harvested last year.
The estimate was made, the bureau
said, by the Intematj^jyd Institute of
Agriculture in Rome. The crop aver
aged 171,897,000 bushels during the
1931-1936 period. *
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TRANSACTIONS ON THE NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE
By private Wire Direct to Hie Star.
Prev 1937 Stock and Selei— Net
High. Low. Dividend Rate. Add 00. HIM. Low. Close, ehia.
65 36 Abbott Lab (1.60s). 2 364 36 364 - 4
224 9 Adams Exp (.S0g)_. 6 94 94 94 +4
36 164 Addressog (1.40)_ 3 22 214 22 -1
80V* 48 Air Reduction (la). 19 494 48 49 +1
54 4 Air-Way El Ap_ 3 14 1 14+4
154 8 Alaska Jun (.60s).. 11 114 114 114-4
54 1 Alleghany.._ 10 14 14 14+4
694 11 Allei pf 130 ww_ 6 13 124 13
59 11 Alleg pf 140 ww_ 1 13 IS 13
524 104 Alleg prpf __ 1 134 134 134 +14
454 IS Alleghany Stl 1.60.. 6 18 174 18 +4
274 64 Allen Indus (1)_ 1 8 8 8 +4
2584 150 Allied Chem (!)_ 10 157 1524 157 +44
314 10 Allied Mills (2g)._. 9 134 124 13K + 4
214 64 Allied Stores (,20a). 41 84 84 84 + 4
85 50 Allied Strsof (6) .. 1 624 624 624 -2
834 34 Allis-Chalm(3.50g). 36 434 394 42 +2
84 14 Amal Leath__ 6 24 24 24
1144 634 Amerada (2)_ 4 65 634 64V* + 4
414 10 Am Bank Note \g- 3 14 134 14 +4
[ 804 28 Am Brake Sh <2g)_. 6 30 284 30 +4
121 794 Am Can (4a).._ 8 844 834- 844 +4
71 15V* Am Car A Fy (4g). 13 204 19V* 204 +4
334 114 Am ChACable lg_ 20 164 15 164 +14
112 90 Am Chicle (4a)_ 1 100 100 100 +4
234 5 V* Am Colortype__ 1 64 64 64
304 84 Am Cornel Alco_ 3 134 134 134 -4
334 124 Am Crys Sug J.25g_ 3 154 144 154 + 4
134 2 Am Encaustic Tll__ 4 44 4 44 + 4
134 24 Am A Foreign Pow. 48 44 4 44 +4
684 17 Am A F P $6 pf_ 1 204 204 204 -4
684 19 Am A For Pw *7 pf. 8 24 234 24
384 54 Am A For Pw 2d pf. 14 114 94 114 +14
21 74 Am-Hawallan S (1) 1 104 104 104 —4
114 24 Am Hide A Leath ... 6 34 34 34
654 204 Am Hide A L pf (3). 2 22 22 22 —1
44 14 Am Ice ._ 1 14 14 14 - 4
274 14 Am lee pf <l.S*g)_ 2 16 16 16 -14
174 64 Am International.™ 2 74 74 74 —4
584 144 Am Locomotive __ 9 184 17 184 +14
294 104 Am Mach A Fy (1)_ 6 134 134 134 —4
134 3 Am M A Met ( 60).. 9 6 5 5
684 26 Am Metal (1.25«)_ 5 264 264 264
1294 1004 Am Metals pf (6)_ 2 1004 100 100 —4
75 53 Am News N T (3)._ 10s 604 604 604 -4
164 3 Am Pow A Lt 70 74 64 74+ 4
724 26 Am P A L *5 pf (5). 14 374 35 37 +2
874 31 Am P A L *6 pf (6). 7 45 414 44 +24
294 94 Am Rad A St S( 60) 67 IS 114 13 +1
454 154 Am Rolling M (2g). 60 224 204 214 +4
1014 70 Am (toll M cvpf 44 2 76 764 76 +4
29 74 Am Seating (1.25g). 2 134 13 13 -4
58 264 Am Shipbldg (2a).. 60s 264 264 264 —4
1054 454 Am Sm A Ref («g)_ 36 454 43 45 +1
734 224 Am Steel Fdy (2)... 12 254 234 254 +14
264 99 Am .stores 8 9 84 84 —4
1434 1044 Am Sugar pf (7)- 1 1074 1074 1074 -4
254 14 Am Sumatra (la)„ 2 194 174 194 +24
187 140 Am Tel A Tel (9)_ 43 148 1444 148 +24
99 66 Am Tobacco (5).._ 1 654 654 654 -4
994 684 Am Tobacco B (5).. 4 694 69 694 + 4
204 44 Am Type Fdrs _ 13 74 64 71* + v,
294 8 Am Watr Wks(.lO). 35 134 124 134 +14
144 34 Am Woolen ... 7 54 6 54 +4
79 304 Am Woolen pf(3k)_ 3 354 354 354
20 34 Am Zinc LAS _ 24 64 6 64 +4
694 244Anaconda (14g) 198 274 25 274 +14
97 39 Anaconda Wire (4). 2 42 42 42
244 10 Anchor Cap (.60a) _. 3 174 16 174 +24
111 96 Anchor Cap of 64.. 10* 103 103 103
46 294 Areh-Dan-M (2)... 6 294 294 294
134 44 Armour (111) ,70g._. 28 6 4 6 64+4
994 65 Arm 111 pr pf (6) ._ 1 654 654 65V* -14
704 30 Armstrong Cork 2g. 9 38 364 38 +1
164 44 Arnold Const (Thg). 4 74 7 74 - V.
174 24 Artloom _ 14 4 4
24'* 64 Asso Dry Goods . 25 84 74 84 + 4
125 96 Asso Dry G 2dpf 7k. 1 83 83 83 —11 Vi
106 77 Assoc In pf ww(5)_ 20g 74 74 74 -3
88 73 Asso Inv pf xw (5). 30* 75 75 75 - 4
944 344 Atch T A S F (2g)._ 53 38 34 374 +34
104 78 Atchison pf (6) _ 1 774 774 774 - 4
654 18 Atl Coast L (1.50g). 13 25 224 25 +14
37 IS Atlantic Kefln (1)._ 22 204 194 204 - 4
1S4 74 Atlas Corp (.*0)_ 8 94 8v* 9 + v,
184 44 Atlas Tack (,50g)_ 4 64 64 64
364 64 Auburn Auto _ 13 84 84 84
94 2 Austin Nlehola_ 2 .3 3 3
94 2V» Aviation Com_ 20 34 3V* 34
234 6 Baldwin Loco ct_ 25 74 74 74 + 4
404 8 4 Balto A Ohio _ 101 114 ]04 114 +14
474 10 Balto A Ohio pf_ 22 14 124 134 +14
45 .30 Bang A Ar (2 4)_ 1 35 35 35
434 104 Barber Co (lg)- 5 154 154 154 + 4
12 9 Barker Brothers_ 1 94 94 94—4
42 25 Barker pf (24k)_ 50* 24 24 24 —1
354 10 Barnsdall (1) ... 28 13 124 13 + V*
204 94 Bayuk Cigar (.75g). 2 114 11 114+ 4
154 74 Beldin-Hem (1) . 2 84 84 84 - V*
304 84 Bendix Aviation(l). 33 14 124 14 +1
214 15 Beneficial Loan(2g) 1 174 174 174 — 4
624 34 Best & Co (24a)... 4 36 34 34 -2
1054 41 Beth Steel <4g)- 138 484 444 474 +14
129 4 87 Beth Stl 7% pf (7). 3 91 90i* one. + n.
Zt> Bigelow-Sanf 3.50g_ 3 26 25 25% + W
38 13% Black & Deck I la) 1 14% 14% 144
L’9:» 9 Blaw-Knox d.20g)_ 7 13 12 13 + %
94% 66 Blumenlhal pf ._ 10s 64 64 54 —12
49% 16 Boeing Aeropl .40g .. 35 23% 22% 23%+”%
48% 21 Bohn Alum <2.76g). 4 26 25% 26 — %
46% 39 Bon Ami< B) (2.50) _. 20s 41% 41 41 — % .
25 15 Bond Stores (1.60). 2 15 16 15
28 17% Borden (1 60) .. 22 18% 18 18%
50% 24% Rorg-Warner (2a).. 27 28% 27 28%+ %
4% % Botany C M (A) (r) 11 1 1
35% 18% Bower Roll Bg(2g>. 1 19 19 19 + %
23% 7 Brldgpt Brass ,65g. 8 9% 9% 9% —- %
59% 18 Brigks Mfg (2 50g)_ 47 21% 20 21% - %
53% 30% Briggs A Strat (5) 1 31 31 31 + %
53 8 Bklyn-Man Transit- 2 11% 10% 11%+ %
102% 32% Bklyn-Man pf (6)_ 1 35 35 35 -3%
8 1 Bklyn & Queens_ 2 2% 2 2
38% 6% Bklyn A Q T pf 1 9 9 9+%
52% 19V* Bklyn Un Gas(l.60) 2 21 21 21 + %
24% 6 Brunsw-Balk ,60g . 5 8% 8% g%
25% 6% Bucyrus-Erle(.75s). 5 9 8% 9
14% 2% Budd Mfg _ 28 5 4% 5 + %
98 35 Budd Mfg pf-110s 46 46 46 -1
13 2% Budd Wheel (,20g). 19 4% 4% 4% _ 4
45% 10% Bullard Co (2g)- 4 19 16% 19 +2%
65% 26 Bulova Watch (4a). 5 33 32% J3 _ %
18% 7 Burlington Millsd) 6 7% 7% 7% — %
*% 15 Burr'gh Add Milt). 28 18 17% 18
11% 1% Bush Term (r) ... 2 2% 2% 2%
45% 10 Bush T Bid pf ct(r) 20s 14% 14% 14%
18V* 5% Butler Bros (.60)... 5 8% 8% 8% + %
36% 16V* Butler Bros pf(l %) 2 20% 20% 20% - %
9% 2% Butte Copper A Z... 2 3% 3% 3% + 4
33% 6 Byers Co ... 5 9% 9% 9% + %
34% 12% Byron Jackson(2a). 3 18 15% 18 +1%
48% 20% Calif Pack <l%a)_. 2 22% 22 22 - %
6% 1 Callahan Z-Ld _ 14 2 1% 2 + %
20% 4 Calum A Hec 1.10g. 29 8% 7% 7% + %
37% 10% Campbell W’yant la. 3 14% 14% 14% — %
38% 9% Canada Dry G Ale.. 22 13% 12% 13% + %
17% 6% Canadian Pacific 39 7% 7% 7% + %
61% 29% Cannon Mills l%g_. 2 29% 29% 29%
35% 15% Carpenter Stl 1.60g. 1 15 15 15 +1%
191% 86% Case (J 1) (6g)- 11 88 85% 88 +1%
129% 104 Case (J I) pf <7)_40s 103 103 103 -1
100 42 Caterpillar Tr (2a). 20 42 40% 41% - %
41V* 17 Celanese <2.25g) __ 16 20 18% 20 + %
48V* 21 Celotex Corp 1.20g_. 5 24% 23% 23% -2%
39V* 24 Cent Asulr <l%a>— 3 29 28 28 + %
12% 2 Central Fdy _ 17 3% 3% 3% + %
41% 8 CentralRRNJ_ 1 11 11 11 + %
24% 4 Central Vloleta Sug 6 5% 4% 4% — %
86% 36% Cerro do Pasco(4a). 19 37% 15% 37 + %
23% 3% Certaln-teed 27 8 6% 8 + %
82 18% Certaln-teed 6% Df. 220s 30 27 30 +1
63% 29% Champ Pap A F (2). 1 28% 28% 28%—1
48 5 Checker Cab Mfg__ 3 8* 7 7 —2
90* 41* ChesCorp (1) 2 48* 48 48*-*
68* 31 Che & Ohio (3a)_ 21 39* 37* 39*41*
13* 2 Chi & East 111 pf (r) 2 3 3 3
4 1 Chi Gt West (r) ... 2 1* 1* l*
18* 3 Chi Gt West pf (r)_ 3 5 4* 4*
32 10* Chi Mail Ord 1.60*.. 5 11 10* 11 -*
3* * Chi M St P* P (r)_. 2 1* 1 1
7* 1* Chi M St P&P pf(r). 12 2 1* 2 + *
6* 1 Chi & N W <r>_ 10 1* 1* i*
19* 3 ChlfeNWpf(r)_ 3 6* 5 5*
33 6* Chi Pneu Tool - 13 11* 10* 11*+ *
45 29 Chi Pneu T c» pf(3) 1 30* 30* 30*-*
8* 1 CRl*P«%pftr) 2 2* 2* 2*
10* 1* C R 1 & P 7% pf tr) 2 2* 2* 2* + *
22* 12 Chick Cotton Oil_ 2 12* 12* 12*— *
15* 3 Childs Co 17 5 6 5 — ^
135* 52* Chrysler Corp 10g._ 366 58* 63* 58* +3*
21* 11 City Ice & F (3)- 5 13* 13 13*-*
10* 2 City Stores _ 8 3* 3* 3*
48 24* Clark Equip 4.$0g.. 3 23 23 23 -2
48* 23 Clev Graph Bl*g. 1 24 24 24 —1
37 27 Climax Molybd .90*. 3 27 26* 27
29* 13* Cluett Peabody (1). 1 14* 14* 14* + 14
170* 93* Coca-Cola (3a)__ 4 112 110* 112 +1*
25* 8* Colgate-P-P (.60)__ 25 9* 9* 9* + 14
62* 20* Collins* Aik (5g)_. 13 26 24* 26 + *
61* 11* Colo Fuel & Ir (lg). 6 15 14 15 + e.
27* 5* Colo & South 10* 7 7 » 7 _ v.
31* 17* Col Bdcstng B 1.45g. 1 18* 18* 18* _ 14
20* 4* Colum G & El .45g_. 114 9* 8* 9* + *
39* 10 Col Plct vto (la) 5 15 14* 15
46* 27 Columb Pic pf 2%_. 1 31 31 31 — *
125* 74* Col Carbon (4a) .. 3 74 71 73 —2
69* 33* Cornel Credit (4a)._ 23 38 36* 38 +1*
80* 39* Cornel Invest Tr(4) 10 41 39* 41 +1
21* 5 Cornel Soly (.60)_ 22 8* 8* 8* + *
4* 1 Comwlth As Sou.__ 73 2* 1* 2* + *
75* 34 Com 4b Sou pf (<)_ 1 41 41 41 +i
19* 4* Conde Nast _ 1 6 6 6 — *
45* 21 Congoleum-Nrnd). 8 22* 22* 22* + *
19* 9* Congress Cigar_ 19 9 9 — *
33* 8 Consol Aircraft __ 9 11* 10* 11* + *
18* 4* Consol Cigar ... 1 6* 6* 6* + *
49* 22 Consol Edison (2) 39 25* 23* 25* +1*
5* 1 Consol Film _ 6 1* 1* 1* _ *
17* 7 Consol Oil (la) 80 9* 9* 9* — *
10* 2* Consol RR Cuba pf. 1 3* 3* 3* — *
1* * Consol Textile <r)_ 1 * * * — *
37* 10* Container (1.20)_ 10 14* 13* 14*+ *
37* 7* Conti Baking A_10 11 10* 11 + *
6* 1 Conti Baking B_ 18 1* 1% 1*
69* 41* Conti Can d) . 8 43 42 43 +1
25* 5* Conti Diamond l*g 4 8* 8* 8*
42* 23 Conti Ins (l.^Oa) ... 6 28* 28 28*-*
3* * Conti Motor 4 1* 1* 1* + *
49 24 Conti 011(Del)l*g. 18 27 26 27 +*
35* 9* Conti Steel (1)_ 6 18* 12* 13*+*
71* 50* Corn Prod (8)_ 12 65* 55 55* - *
J
Prer. 1937 Stock and Sales— KM
Hlkh. Low. Dividend Rate. Add 00. Hlfh. Low. Close, chit.
10+ 3 Coty- 3 4+ 4+ 4+ - +
*6+ 23+Crane Co- 12 23+ 22+ 23+ + +
87 21+Cream of Wh (2g)_. S 22+ 22 22 — +
28+ 7 Crqaley Radio__ 4 8+ 8 8+ + +
100+ 80+Crown Cork (2)_ 5 32+ 80 82+ +2+
25+ 8+Crown Zeller ( + g). 43 10+ 10+ 10+
81+ 21 Crucible Steel_ 8 29 28 29 + +
3 + Cub* Co_ 6 + + +
14+ 2+ Cuhan-Am Sugar_ 7 4+ 4+ 4+ + +
43 16 Cudahy Packing__ 2 17+ 17+ 17+
20+ 4 Curtis Pub _ 3 6 6 6 + +
109+ 47 Curtle Pub pf 6.26k. 2 46 46 46 -1 +
8+ 2 Curtlsa-Wright _ 83 3+ 3+ 3+
23+ 8+Curtls-Wrgt A.60g. 27 11+ 11+ 11+ + +
62 27 Cushman pf_ 10#- 24 24 24 -3
18+ 6 Da vega Stores (la). 21 7+ 6+ 7++ +
24 12+ Davega St pf (1+)_ l 14 14 14 - +
27 20 Deere & Co- 95 22+ 20+ 21+ + +
31+ 21 Deere ft Co of (1.40) 3 21 20+ 21
29 8 Delsel-Wem-G (la) 1 14 14 14 -1
68+ 13 Del ft Hud_ 9 15+ 14+ 16+ + +
24+ 6 Del Lack ft W_ 106 7+ 7 7+ + +
76+ 36 Detroe ft Ray A (3a). 2 34 34 34 -1
36+ 18+ Diamond Mat (la).. 8 21+ 21+ 21++ +
23 6+ Diamond T Mot (1). 6 8 7+ 8 -t- +
29 10 DlstCorp.Seag.60g. 7 15 14+ 15 -f +
25 15 Dixie-Vortex (1 + ). 1 17 17 17 -t-1
46+ 16+ Doehler Die (2g) — 5 19+ 18+ 19+- +
61 35 Dome Mines!4.60s). 13 48 47+ 47+
77+ 26+ Douglas Aircraft .. 34 33+ 30+ 32 + +
159+ 83 Dow Chem (3.35k)_ 3 83+ 83+ 83++ +
39V* 9 Dresser B (le>_ 3 11 10+ 10+- Vj
8+ 1+Dunhlll Intl.I_ 1 2+ 2+ 2+
122 111 Duplan Silk pf (8).. 10s 106 106 106 -5
180+108 Du Pont de N 6.25g. 24 110+ 107+ 109 + +
135+130 Du Pont deb (6) 1 131+ 131+ 131+ + +
112 107+ Dupont deNpf 4.50. 1112 112 112 + +
17 2+ Eastern Roll .. 6 6+ 6+ 5+ — +
198 145 Eastman Kodak(8a) 16 155+ 151 155+ +4+
164 150 Eastman Ko pf («)_ 10s 160 160 160 -2
37+ 15+Eaton Mfg (2.50g).. 1 19+ 19+ 19+ + +
16 3 Eitlngon Sch __ 8 4 3+ 3+
45+ 15+ Eleo Auto L(2.20g). 26 20+ 18+ 20+ +1 +
16 3+ Elec Boat (.60*) ... 48 7+ 6+ 7+ + +
7+ 3+El ft Mus Ind(.lOg). 3 4+ 4+ 4+
26+ 6+ Elec Pow ft Lt_ 211 13+ 11+ 13+ +1+
92+ 27 ElecP&Lpf_ 8 43+ 39+ 43 +1+
44+ 22 Elec Stor Bat (2)_ 4 25+ 24+ 25++ +
2 + Elk Horn Coal (r)_. 1 + + V* + +
29 14+El raso Nat Gas 2a. 4 18 17+ 18 ++,
60 35+Endlcott-John (3).. 1 35+ 35+ 35V* - +
17+ 3 Eng Public Service. 1 7+ 7+ 7+ +1+
78+ 41 Eng Pub Svc pf (6). 1 46 46 46
9+ 1+ Eqult Oft Bldg_ 3 2+ 2+ 2+ - +
23+ 4+ Erie R ft _ 24 7+ 7 7+ - +
35+ 8+ Erie 1st pf_ 10 12 11 12 +1
28+ 5 Erie R R 2d pf_ 2 8+ 8 8+ + +
14+ 3 Eureka Vacuum Cl. 4 4+ 4+ 4+ + +
34+ 7 Evans Prod (1)_ 7 10+ 10 10++ +
28 7+ Fairbanks pf_ 190s 10+ 10 10 - +
71+ 23+ Fairbanks Mrse(la) 9 25+ 24+ 25+- +
70 26 Fajardo Sugar(4g). 1 29+ 29+ 29++2 +
29+ 7+ Federal Lt & Trac.. 4 10+ 9+ 10V* — +
150 66+ Fed Mining & Sm_ 1 70 70 70 -10
11+ 2 Federal Motor_ 6 3+ 3 3 - +
11+ 2+Federal Screw_ 1 3+ 3+ 3+- +
6 IV* Federal Wat Svo A- 7 2+ 2 2
43+ 17 Fed Dept Strs<2)-_ 1 19 19 19
108+ 65 Fed D Str pr (4 +).. 2 65v* 66+ 65+ -4+
45+ 22+ Fid Phoenix(1.60a). 6 28+ 27+ 28+ - +
41+ 16+ Firestone T ft R(2) 7 20+ 20 20++ +
107+ 90 Firestone T pf (6) . 1 92 92 92 +1+
62+ 30 First Nat Stra(2 + ) 8 32 32 32 -1 +
46+ 11+ Fltntkote (1). 22 16+ 15 16+
9+ 1+ Follansbee Bros_ 1 2+ 2+ 2+ + +
58 27 Food Mach (2.60a)_ 2 28 27 28
98 80 Food Mach pf(4 + ). 10s 86 86 86 - +
64V* 11+ Foster Wheeler ... 8 18 16+ 18 +1
18+ 2+ Francisco Sugar __ 2 4+ 4+ 4+ — +
83 50 Franklin Simon pf_. 10s 60 50 50 — +
32V* 18 Freeport Suphl (2). 7 21+ 21V* 21+ + V«
117 102 Freeport Sul pf (6). 30s 105 105 105 +1
48+ 6+ Fuller 2d pf_ 60s 11V* 11 1 lv* _ +
7+ 1+Gabriel A_ 3 2 2 2
15+ 3+Galr (Robert) _ 9 5+ 5 5+ - +
106+ 89+ Gannett Co pf (6) . 10s 90 90 90
19+ 4 Gar Wood Ind (+g) 2 6+ 6+ 6+ ■*- +
15+ 5+ Gen Am Inv.. 1 6+ 6+ 6+ — +
86+ 32+ Gen Am Trns(l +g) 12 34+ 32+ 34 + +
19+ 6 Gen Baking (.60)... .3 7+ 7+ 7*, — +
14 21, Gen Bronxe_ 9 4+ 4 4+ — +
32+ 6+ Gen Cable_ 13 12 9+ IP, 4l +
65 14+ Gen Cable A_ 1 23 23 23 -1
52+ 22+Gen Cigar (3g)_ 1 23+ 23+ 23+ - +
64+ 34 Gen Elec ,2.20k)_ 179 39+ 36+ 39V, +2+
44'-* 28+Gen Foods (2)_ 8 29+ 28+ 29+ + +
3+ + Gen G ft El A_ 14 1+ 1+ 1 +
65’, 48 Gen Mills (S) _ 2 50+ 50+ 50',- +
70+ 31+ Gen Motors (3.75g). 317 34+ 33+ 34+ +1
19 8+ Gen Prtg lnk(.60s). 3 11 10+ 10+ — +
65+ 17 Gen Ry Signal (1)_. 3 18+ 18+ 18+ — + j
5+ 1 Gen Real & Util_ 9 2 1+ 2 + '«
70V* 18 Gen Refract (2k)_ 5 .23+ 21+ 23+ -t- +
Ala’ll ucu U11 V aai ^ 1 . ... *_ +. £. i £.£. s* I
384 8 Gen TlreftR (,60g) .. 2 114 11 114-4
804 8 Gillette Saf R .75g_. 17 10% 10 104+4
294 7% Glmbel Broe_ 18 10 9 10+4
614 204 Glidden Co (2a) 4 264 26 264 + 4
A A Glidden rts _Dec 15 7 A A A
64 14 Gobel Adolf _ 1 24 24 24
84 2 Goebel Brew I 20a>. 10 34 34 34 + 4
604 13 Goodrich (B F) lg . 19 17 154 17 + 4
474 164 Goodyear T&R(2g). 63 204 194 204 + 4
134 34 Gotham Silk H_ 2 44 44 44
44 14 Graham-Palge_. 30 2 14 2 + 4
15 3 Granby Consol_ 23 4 4 3 4 4 4 + 4
54 14 Grand Union_ 1 14 14 14
274 10 Grand Un pf 2 50k.. 2 124 124 124
484 144 Gran City Stl 1.50.. 3 15 144 15 + 4!
474 254 Grant (\VT) (1.40a) 7 254 244 25 - 4
564 234 Great Northn pf 2g _ 70 264 244 264 +1
284 10 Grt Nor Ore ct( 4 g) 16 13 124 13
424 234 Grt Wst Sug(2.40a) 4 274 274 274
394 154 Green (HL) (1.60a) 5 18 174 18 - i,
164 74 Greyhound (.10)_ 20 104 94 104 + 4
44 4 Guantanamo Sug__. 1 14 14 14
344 25 Hack Water(1.50g). 2 25 25 25
204 44 Hall Print .. 1 64 64 64
31 19 Hamilton VYach 2g.. 1 21V* 21V* 214 — 4
105 92 Hanna *5 pf (5)_ 30s 92 92 92
684 18 Harb-Walker (2)_ 6 21)* 214 214 + V*
8 14 Hayes Body_ 9 24 24 24
154 6 Hecker Prod (.60a). 5 64 64 64
394 11 Hercules Mot (1) . 1 14 14 14—4
524 154 Holland Furn l .BOg. 3 204 20 20
1204 93 Holland F pf (5J___ 120s 95 934 95 +1
304 10 Hollanderd)_ 5 114 114 114+ 4
434 154 Holly Sug (2 (if)... 3 224 224 224 -4
53 394 Homestake Min 4V4 19 614 6O4 514 - 4
274 6 Houd-Her B (1H).. 17 104 10 104 + 4
73 44 Household Fin (4).. 1 484 484 4H4 _ 4
174 44 Houston Oil_ 17 7 64 7 + 4
904 37 HoweSound (ta)_ 6 444 43V* 444 +1V*
54 14 Hudson & Man_ 12 2 2
23V* 4 Hudson Motor_ 32 74 64 7V* + 4
44 14 Huod Motor_15 14 14 14 — 4
38 8 Illinois Central_ 34 104 94 104 + 4
674 16 Illinois Cent pf... 4 184 18 18 i
224 54 Indian Refining_ 11 >74 74 74 -4
474 16 Indust Rayon (2).. 11 204 18 4 20 +1
144 78 Ingersol Rd (4.50g). 8 794 794 794 +14
1314 60 Inland Steel (4a) .. 2 60 594 60
334 64 Inspiration Copper. 47 11 94 104 + 4
114 24 Intercontl Rubber.. 1 34 34 34 + 4
281 j 6 Interlake Iron -40f. 38 94 84 9V. + v,
94 2 lntl Agrlcul .. 7 34 3 34 + 4
634 184 lntl Asil pr pf (Jk)_ 1 224 224 224
189 129 lntl Bus Mach (6a). 4 1294 129 1294 +4
120 584 lntl Harv (2.60ai_ 33 61 574 61 +24
164 3 lntl Hydro-Elec A_. 56 74 64 74 + 4
15V* 14 Int Mer Marine_ 10 44 44 44
xo.* u mil oiiuiuK i-fog;.. x o o~» o'* t ■*%
73% 39% Inti Nickel (2a)_ 181 40% 38% 40% +1%
19% 7% Inti Paper & Power. 67 10% 9% 10% + %
68% 36V* Inti Pap & P pf (5). 31 43% 40 43% +2%
57% 35 Inti Ry C Am pf 5k. 90s 47% 46% 47%+ %
49% 30 lntl Shoe (2)_ 2 35 34% 35 + %
62 16 Inti Silver_ l 18 18 18 -2
15% 4 Inti Tel & Tel_ 84 7 6% 7 + %
8% 6% Inti Tel & T for ct— 5 6% 6% 6% - %
36% 9% Interstate DS 2.75b. 9 12% 12 12%+%
26% 9% Intertype (,60g)_ 2 10V* 10 10 —lv*
87% 51 Jewel Tea (4)_ 1 50 50 50 -1
155 69% Johns-Manv (3a)_ 12 71 68 71 +1%
126 120 Johns-Manv pf (7). 20* 122 122 122 -%
136 72 Jones&Lau pf 6.25k. 30s 74% 73 73 -2
46 17% Kalam Stove l.BOg- 3 17% 17% 17% - %
29 6 Kansas City Sou ... 6 8% 7% 8% + %
44% 14% KansaeClty Sou pf. 3 17% 17% 17% +1
27% 14 Kayser (J) (2g) .. 10 14% 13 14% + %
110 82% Keith-A-O pf 6.25k. 60* 80 80 80 -2%
23% 7 Kelsey-Hayes A_ 2 8 8 8 — %
19% 4 Kel-Hayea Wh B_ 7 5% 5% 6% - %
69% 28% Kennecott (2a)_ 89 33% 30% 33% +2%
20% 5% Keystone S&W (1). 3 8% 8 8% + %
71 20% Kinney (O Rfpf_ 10* 22 22 22 -1%
35% 12 Kinney pr pf _ 60s 14% 14% 14% -1%
15% 4 Kresge Dep Stores. 1 5% 5% 5% —1%
29% 16% Kresge (SS) 1.20g.. 12 17 16% 17 + %
24% 14% KroaerGroc (1.(0). 3 17 16% 17
27% 6 Laclede Gas_ 10* 12% 12% 12% +3%
24 13 Lambert (2)_ 2 15% 14% 15%+%
61% 14 Lehigh PortC (1%) 5 18% 17% 18%-%
18% 3 Lehigh Val Coal pf. 2 4% 4% 4% - %
24% 4% Lehlgb Valley R R_ 16 6% 6% 6% + %
43% 23% Lehman Corp (la)_ 8 26 25V* 25%
21% 8 Lehn&Flnk (1%)- 2 11 10% 11 +%
58%' 23 Lerner Stores (2a). 3 25 25 25
79 35% Llbbey-Owens G(4). 9 36% 34% 36%+%
15% 5 Libby MeN&L 1.4(h 10 8% 7% 8% + %
114 83% Liggett* M B (4a). 7 90% 90 90%
23% 15% LilyTulCup (1%). 1 17% 17% 17%
83% 18% Lima Loco (lg)_ 10 26 24 >26 +3%
63 36 Link Belt (2) ... 2 35 34% 35 -1
26% 14 Liquid Carb (1.60a) 3 17% 17 17% + %
87% 51 Loew'a Ino ((g)_ ‘53 52% 50% 52 +1
110 101 Loews pf (6%)_ 2 101% 101 101 -1
3% 1 Loft . 19 1% 1% 1% + %
76V* 32 Lone Star Cem (I). 9 36% 35 36%+ %
10% 2% Long-Bell A.. 4 3% 3% 3% + %
43V* 18 Loose-Wiles(l.(0g) 4 19% 19% 19% — %
28% 15% Lorillard (P) (1.20) 6 17% 17% 17% + %
28% 14% Loulsv G&E A 1%_ 1 17% 17V* 17% + V*
99 49 Louisv & Nash(6g). 4 51% 50 51% +1%
41% 13% Ludlum Steel (1)_ 16 17 16 17
24% 7% McCrory Strs ___ 11 9 8% 8% + %
21 12% McGraw Elec (1)__ 4 15 14 14 -1
28% 9 McGraw-H .57%g._ 2 9 9 9
42% 30% McIntyre Pore (2)_ 7 37% 36% 87 — %
42% 19% McKeesport T (2).. . 1 22% 22% 22%-%
i
Pm 1037 Stock and Sales— Met
Hich. Low. Dividend Rate. Add 00. Rich. Low. Close, ehce.
16% 5% McKesa & Rob (d)_. 27 9H 9% 9% + %
47% 83 McKeaadkRpf «)_ 2 85 85 36 - %
19 6 McLellan Stra .95g_ 1 7% 7% 7%
62% 18% Mack Trucks (1)_ 6 20% 19% 20%+%
58% 27 Macy (RH> (2a).15 29% 28 29% + %
63 18% Magma Cop (2.76g). 2 25% 26 25%+%
16% 6% Mandel Bros <lg)._ 1 6% 6% — %
16% 4% Man Ry mod gtd(r). 17 7 7
29% 9% Manhat Shirt (1)_ 4 11 10% 10%-2
6% 1% Maracaibo Oil_ 1 1% 1% 1%
14% 6% Marina Midi (.40a). 6 7 6% 6% — %
39 9 Market St Ry pr pf. SOe 10% 10 10 -1
30% 9% Marshal Field__ 66 10% 10% 10% — %
29% 10 Martin (Glen)_ 6 14 13 14 + %
13% 1% Martin-Parry__ 2 4 3% 4 + %
41% 22% Math Alkali (1%)._ 12 25% 25 26% +1%
66% 36 May Dept Stra (3a) 2 39% 39 39 - %
15% 4% Maytag ..._ 1 6% 6% 6%
111 93% Maytag 1st pf (6)_10* 93% 93% 53%
34% 11% Mead Corp (1.60g)_. 7 12% 11% 12%+%
86% 60 Melville Shoe (6)_ 1 60 60 50
16% 3 Mengel.. 4 6% 5% 6%
47% 20 Mengel 6% pr(2%). 100s 22 21 22 +1
72V* 34 Mesta Mach(3.T5g). 2 37% 37% 37% - V*
26V* 4% Miami Copper. .. 23 8% 7% 8 + %
35% 14 Mld-Cont Pet 1.50g. lW 18 17% 17%+%
122 88 Midland Stl 1 pf(S). 20* 89% 89% 89%-%
120 £8 Mlnn-Hon Reg (S)_ 6 57% 67 67% -2%
16% 4% Mlnn-Mol Imp__ 22 7 6% 7 + %
2% % M StP&SS Marie_ 11 l 1 + %
34 16% Mission Corp (1*)_ 6 16V. 16V* 16V*
9% 2 Mo-Kan-Texaa.„_ 5 3 3 3
34% 6% Mo-Kan-Tei pf__ 22 10 8% 10 +1
6% 1% Mo Pacific (r)_ 3 2 2 2
107% 76 Monsanto Chm (2g) 14 77 75 77 +1
69 30 Montgom Ward(2a) 91 35% 33% 36% + %
66% 4Q Morris & Esx (3%). 110s 40% 40 40% + %
3% % Mother Lode _ 64 1 % 1 + v*
38% 12% Motor Prod (3.50k). 9 18 17 18 -%
26 8V* Motor Wheel (1.60). 6 12% 12% 12%-%
54 17 Mueller Brass (la). 2 18% 18% 18% - %
15V* 4% Mullins Mfg (B).._ 8 5% 5 5% + %
008 CO ft*..Ill_m rn. sn pn pa a.
- r ui» oi/ i;^ —u 4
36% 12 Munsingwear 1.50g. 1 12% 12% 12% — %
90 62 Murphy (G C) (4)__ 2 56% 56% 56%
20% 3 Murray Coro_ 28 5% 5% 5%
24% 5 Nash-Kelv (1)_ 36 11% 10% 11%+ %
47% 10 Nash Chat A StL_ 30a 14 14 14
24 8 Nat Acme (,50g)... 4 12% 12 12% — Vi
33% 18% Natl Biscuit (1.80). 18 19% 19 19% + Vi
38% 13 Natl Cash Reg(lg). 14 17% 16% 17% + V,
26% 12 Natl Dairy P (1.20). 6 14% 14% 14% — %
112% 107% Natl Dairy pf A(7). 20*110 ltd 110
112 104% Natl Dairy PpfB<7) 100s 109 108% 109 + f,
24% 5% Natl Dept Strs_ 2 7 7 7
35 17 Natl Distill (2)_ 32 21% 20% 21% +1%
18% 4% Natl Gypsum_ 52 6% 6 6% + %
44 18 Natl Lead (Vi)_ 39 23% 21% 23%+ %
01% 18 Natl Mal'able 1.50g. 4 20 18% 20 41%
14% 5 Natl Pw A Lt ( *0). 36 8% 7% 8% + v,
1 % Natl Ry Max 24 pf.. 1 % % %
99% 55 Natl Steel <2.6Ua>._ 23 59 58 69 4 %
26% 20% Natl Supply (Pa) ... 62 22 20 22 -rl%
30 24 Natl Supply {2 pref. 1 24% 24% 24% — %
12Vi 3% Natl Tea ( SOg 1_ 3 4% 4 4% 4 %
13% 6% Natomas (.801. _ 3 8% 8% 8% — %
41% 10% New'p't Indust (2g). 25 14% 13 14%+ %
65% 15% N Y Central .. 173 18 16 17% +1%
72 14 N Y Chi A St Louie. 7 19% 18% 19% +1
100 31 N Y Chi A St L pf 3 33 31% 33 — %
31% 15 N Y C Omnibs 4 90g 3 22% 22% 22% — %
12% 2% N Y Dock _ 30i 4% 4% 4% — %
25% 5 N Y Dock pf .. _110« 9% 9 9%
135 110 N Y A Harlem (6).. 10s 114% 114% 114% 4 %
2 %-N Y Investors <r)_ 2 % % % + %
9% 2 NYNHAH(r) ._ 4 2% 2% 2% %
26% 4% N Y N H A H pf tr). 18 6% 6 6% 4 %
15% 3 N Y ShlpbldC _ 20 5 4% 4% - %
4% % Norfolk Sou (r) .. 1 1 1 1 — %
114 102 Norfolk A W pf (4). 30. 105 105 105 -1
17% 3 North Am Avlat ... 35 7 6% 7 + %
34% 14% North Am (90g) .. 161 22 19% 22 +2%
57% 48% North Am Co pf(3). 2 51% 51% 51%
36% 9% Northern Pacific_ 48 11% 11 11% + %
6% 1% Norwalk TAR ... 1 2% 2% 2% — %
40 15 Norw Tire pf 3 %k.. 20. 18% 18% 18% — %
22% 9 Ohfo Oil <lg)_ 66 12 11% 12 — V*
73 25 Oliver Farm 5 28 27 27% +2
26% 6% Omnibus Corp 1.SOg 14 13% 12% 13% -r %
114 90 Omnibus pf (8) 10. 90 90 90
19% 5% Oppenhelm Col %g 4 6% 6% 6% — %
45% 20% Otis Elevator 1 40g. 14 23 21% 22’. + %
140 125 Otis Elav pf (6)_ 10. 126 126 126
24% 6% Otis Steel .. 28 10% 9% 10% — %
28 14% Outboard M (2.60g) 2 14% 14 14% -1%
103% 54% Owens-111 G1 2.50g . 14 56 51% 54%+"
23 9% Pac Am Fish (1.20) 17 10% JO 10%+ %
27% 4 Pac Coast 2d pf_ 200. 7% 7 7% — %
38 22 Pac Gas A El (2)... 6 25% 25 25%+ %
53% 34% Pac Lighting (3a) .. 1 36% 36% 36% - %
44% 10% Pacific Mills* l%g) 3 12 12 • 12
152 120 Pac Tel A Tel (81 100. no 11s no _iii
149 133 Pac TelATel pf (6). 60* 134 134 134
294* 129* Pac West Oil (.75g). 2 13 13 13
12** 4 Packard Mot(.25g). 259 5', 5 5', - p,
4>+ 1 Panhandle PAR (r) 3 IV* ]P* ip,— s
121 29 Panhan PAR pf (r). 10* 44 + 44:* 44:, + 2:«
90 35 + Paraffine Co (4g)_ 6 35'* 35 35 — +
28** S'* Paramount Piet_ 151 12** 11 12'* + *»
200', 80'* Paramount 1 pf (6) 2 93 92'* 929* — '-*
26*» 8 Paramount 2 pf(.60" 24 11 10'* 11 + i,
8'* 1 Park Utah (,15g)_ 32 2** 2'* 2*«
44*» 28 rarke Davis l.*0g_. 1 30'* 30'* 30'* + '.*
29** 12 rarker Rust(l.SOa). 2 IT7, 17*. 17*. + ',
7*» l'» Parmeiee Trane_ 2 P, 1 + P» —
10+ 4 rathe Klim _ 8 6 5** 6
23* 8 Patino Mine#_ 14 ll'» 11 ll'i
7*» 21* Peerless (.SOg) _ 11 4 3* 4
64 3i'H renick&Ford 1.50g. 1 39'* 39'* 39V* +
103** 65i* Penney (JC) <lg)._ 20 66 65 66 - i*
6*» 19* Penn Coal A Coke _. 8 2'* .2 2‘* — '»
121* 2'* Penn-Dlxle Cement. 6 4** 4'* 4*, 4- *,
76'* 15 Penn-Dixle pf A ... 2 22', 22>* 239*4- 9.
29** 14** Penn G1 S'd ct ,50g_ 1 15 15 15 — **
50H 20 Penn R R (1.25g)_ 41 21*4 20'* 21*4+1
65'* 22 Peoples GL&C (2g). 6 35** 33', 35*,+ **
48V* 9 Pere Marquette_ 5 13'* 12* 13'*— '*
91 39*. Pere Marq pf _ 20» 41** 41** 41** -l**
87 39v, Pere Marq pr pf (5). go, 39^ 39 39 _ ^
21** 9** PetroCorp (,90g) ._ 11 10+ 10*. 10*. _ v,
13'* 3 Pfeiffer Brew .90g). 3 5'* 5+ 59. + i*
59+ 20 Phelps Dodge 1 % g- 56 20+ 19', 20'*+
64', 35 Phlla Co 6% pf (3). 1 35'* 35>* 35',
14 29* Phlla Rap Tr pf (r) 30, 4 4 4
3'4. '* Phlla Read CAHr). 2 *« s **
95’* 65 Philip Morris (3) 20 74!* 73', 74',
87'* 55 Phillips Jon pf (7). 10s 55 55 55
64 30v* Phillips Pet (2a)... j3 39:, jg*, 39Il| +
20** 4 Pierce Oil pf _ 5 6'* 6', 6v* + i*
33S 2096 Pills Flour (1.10)_ 1 2H* 21'* 211*- 9,
18'* 4'i Pitts Coal . _ 1 6 6 6 + >*
14'* 6', Pitts Coke A Iron ..4 6 6 6 -1
20 4S Pittshgh Screw .65* 15 89. 79* 8S + 9,
43 8 Pitts Steel _ 1 12 12 12 - p.
8*4 IS Pitts United_ 12 2S 2'* 2S — v*
479* 8', PittsAWVa_ 20s 13 12** 13 _j
29’* 13 Plymouth OH 1.40._ 8 17 16S 17
33'* 7 Poor A Co B _ 6 8S 8', 8S + S
11"* IS Porto Rlc-Am T A— 1 2S 2*, 2S — '*
31T* 5S Press Stl Car .25g_. 16 8', 7*, 8*. +S
65'i 43'i Procter A Gam (2a) 5 45S 45'* 45s
62** 30S Pub Svc N J (2.60). 8 35'* 34 35'* +1
128'* 103S Pub Svc N J pf (6). 1 108** 108** 108** -lii
140'* 117 Pub S N J 7% pf(7) 1 124 124 124 +1
729. 25i* Pullman (196)_ 13 29'4 28S 29
24S 8*. Pure Oil (.25g)_ 120 11** 10*. 11*. + s
23*. 5*. Purity Bak (.60)_ 6 7", 7S 7s
12*. 4** Radio Corp (.20g)_ 342 7 6** 7 + s
80 48v* Radio cv pf (3 94 )— 17 61 60s 51 + «,
10'4 2S Radlo-Kelth-O (r)_. 40 4*. 4', 4*. + 9,
25'* 6 R R Sec 111 C Stir .. 40s 7S 7S 7S
379* 20 Raybest-Man 1.75g. 4 22 219, 2U* —1
47 21 Reading Co (2) - 1 20'* 209* 20'*+ u
22S 8'4 Reliable Strs (1)_ 2 9 9 9
29'* 894 Rem Rand <1.05g).. 18 13 12 13
994 1*. Reo Motor _ 42 2'* 2'* 2(4 + 9*
4794 129* Republic Steel- 206 1714 15** 179* +H*
1109* 67 Republic St pf A(6) 1 70 70 70 *
49S 9 Revere Copper A B. 4 14'* 13'4 141* + p,
30S 12*4 Reynolds Met (1)_ 3 15+ 15 15s + 9,
34V* 8 Reynolds Spr (1)... 1 9S 9*4 9*4 — S
68 43 Reynolds Tob B (I). 16 45*. 45 45v* + v*
69* 496 Richfield Oil Corp— 10 4+ 4*4 4s* _ p,
319* 9S Ritter Dental .TSg.. 1 10'* 10', 10', +1
38 179* Ruberold (.60)_ 1 19 19 j9
9** 1 Rutland pf- 1 2)4 2'4 294 — 9*
46 21 Safeway Strs (2a).. 4 23s 23S 23S ’
113 101 Safeway 7% pf (7). 10s 101S 101S 101S -Is
66 2714 St Joseph Lead (2a) 13 29*. 28*. 29S + S
4*4 1 St L-San Fran (r)_. 1 19* ip* 19, — 1,
11S 1*4 St L-San Frn pf (r) 6 3 2*. 3
27S 11 Savage Arms 1.60g. 1 14S 149. 14S — 94
51*4 24S Schenley Dlstlll(3). 24 26S 24*. 269, + *,
Prev 103? Stock and Sales— Net
Hlkh. Low. Dividend Rate. Add 00. High. Low. Close, chge.
23% 3% Schulte Ret S pf(r). 1 5% 6% 5% — %
48% 35% Scott Paper (1.06a). 60a 37% 36% 36% —1
8% 1% Seaboard A L pf (r) 2 2% 2% 2%
64% 16 Seaboard 011 (1)_ 19 20% 19% 20%
98% 66% Sears Roeb (3)_ 87 66% 66 66% — %
34 13% Serwel Corp (la) 19 14% 14% 14%—%
42% 15 Sharon Steel (1.20). 5 17% ' 17% 17% — %
120 67 Sharon Stl pf (5)_ 2 65 65 65 -2
14 3% Sharp & Dohms_ 10 5% 5 6% + %
17% 6% Shattuclc FO (.«0)_. 13 8% 8 8% + %
34% 16% Shell Union (%g)__ 9 16% 16 16% + %
17% 5% Silver King (,90g)_. 4 8 7% 8
68 17% Simmons Co 1.75g__ 15 22% 21% 22%+ %
26 19 Simonds Saw ].30g. 4 22 21% 21% — %
60% 28% Skelly Oil (1.5<)k) — 5 28% 28% 28%—%
197 70 Sloss-Sheff (1.50g) 110s 74 71 74 +3
120 96 Sloss-Sheffleld pr(6; 30» 98 97% 97%-%
64% 13 Smith (AO) 5 19% 18% 19 -%
29% 9% Snider Pack (l%f)_ 2 11% 10% 11%+%
23V* 13 Socony-Vac <.80g)_147 15 14% 15 + %
6% 1% Sou Am G & P ,20g.. 3 2% 2% 2% + %
42% 20% South P.R.Sug (2a). 2 24% 24% 24%+%
32% 17% Sou Cal Edla (l%a> 6 20 19% 20
65% 17 Sou Pacific_ 82 18% 17% 18% + %
43% 9 Southern Ry 63 12% 10% 12% +1%
60% 15 Southern Ry pf_ 13 18% 17% 18% +1
77% 35% Spalding 1st pf_ 10s 36 36 36
9% 1% Sparks With.. 3 2% 2% 2% - %
23% 10 Sperry Corp (,60g). 27 12% 12% 12%+ %
28% 8% Spiegel, Inc (1)_ 27 11 10 11 +%
96% 65 Spiegel pf (4 %)_ 10» 54 54 54 — %
48% 16 Square DCo (.95g). 9 18 17% 18 — %
16% 7% Stand Brands (.80). 34 8% 8% 8% + %
12% 2% Stand Corn Tob_ 6 3% 3% 3% - %
14% 2% Stand Gas & El (r). 23 5% 4% 5% + %
32% 5 Stand G & E pf (r).. 64 11% 9% 11% +1
65 10 Std G&E *6 prpf(r) 8 22 21 22 - %
72% 14 St G&E 7% p pf(r). 20 26% 23% 26% +2%
60 28 Stand Oil Calif (la) 55 30% 29% 30% T %
50 26% Stand Oil Ind (la).. 18 32% 31% 32%+%
76 42% Stand OH N J (la).. 34 45% 44+ 45%+ %
48 22% Starrett (L, S) 3g ... 5 23 22 23 + %
75 64 Sterling Prod 3.80a 4 55% 55 55V* — %
21 5% Stewart- Warm %a) 8 10 10 10
.un n’ j stone & wep_ iz is J24 + 14
20 3 Studebaker_ 43 6 54 6 -t- S
125 118 Sun Oil pf (6)_ 80s 1204 120 120 -3
224 9 Sunshine Mng (3).. 6 14 134 14 - 4
614 18 Superheater (1.75g) 6 24 214 24 - 4
74 14 Superior Oil_ 30 • 24 24 24+ 4
474 8 Superior Steel_ 7 144 134 144 + 4
394 18 Sutherl'd Pap 160a. 1 214 214 214 +14
284 154 Swift & Co (1.20)... 9 174 17 174 -4
334 224 Swift Inti (2) ... 5 23 4 22 4 234 + 4
234 44 Symington ww ,60g. 7 74 74 74
174 44 Symingtoe xw ,60g. 13 64 6 64
154 64 Taicott (J). 60a_ I 74 74 74 -4
154 54 Term Corp (4g)_ 5 7 64 7 +4
654 344 Texas Corp (2) ... 89 38 364 38 + 4
94 2 Tex Gulf Prd(.lOg). 12 34 34 34
44 234 Tex Gulf Sul (2a)._ If. 30 4 30 304 + 4
544 154 Tex & Pac Ky__ 1 17 17 17—4
164 54 Tex Pac C&O (.40).. 14 8 ' 74 8 + 4
154 54 Tei Pac UndTr .. 11 64 64 64 + 4
48 19 Thatcher Mfg (la). 1 24 24 24
134 34 The Fair_ 1 64 54 54 — 4
134 24 Thermold_ 5 4 34 4
84 14 Third Ave_ 1 2 2 2 -4
284 10 Thomp Prod 1.40g.. 5 14 134 14
104 14 Thompson-Star ... 6 34 24 34 + 4
214 134 Tide-Water As(la). 13 14 134 14 + 4
98 4 814 Tlde-W As pf (44). 1 81 81 81 -2
284 84 Timk-Det Ax .50g ... 4 124 114 124 + 4
79 36 Timken Roll B(3a). 19 41 404 44 +2
17 10 Transamerlca Corp. 47 114 104 114
224 4 Trans & West Air _ 2 6 6 6 —4
114 34 Trl-Cont Corp (4g) 9 44 4 44 -4
12 44 Truax-Traer (.80).. 2 54 54 54
404 184 20th Cent-F 1.50g_ 31 204 20 204 + 4
50 254 20th C-F F pf 14_ 1 264 264 264
174 24 Twin City P. T _ 1 54 54 54 — 4
94 4n Twin City pf (7k)_ 40« 46 45 45 -5
264 7 Twin Coach (,45g).. 5 8 74 74 - 4
1004 53 I'nd w'd-El-F 4.:,»g. 3 53 52 53
184 9 Un Bag & P(.12',2g) 16 10 94 10
111 644 Union Carbide 3.2"g 45 66 634 654 + 4
284 174 Union Oil Cal 1.20a. 5 194 194 194
1484 834 Un Pacific (6) 8 844 82 844 +11.
314 224 Un Tank Car (160) I 224 224 224 - 4
354 104 Unit Aircraft (4g) 79 184 17 18 — 4
24''. 54 Unit Air Lines . 28 7 4 7 4 74 - 4
91 49 United Carbon (4a) 4 484 4*4 494 - 4
84 2 Unit Corp _ 122 34 3V« 34+ 4
464 254 Unit Corp pf (3) . 12 31 30 31 - 4
16 5 United Drug (.50g). 13 74 7 74+ 4
94 24 Unit Elec Coal _ » 54 5 51, 1
63 24 Utd Eng & Fdy (2)— 1 31 31 31 +14
864 52 Unit Fruit (2) _ 4 554 554 554 - 4
17 9 Unit Gas Imp (1)_. 14 114 104 114+ 4
164 34 Unit Papsrbd (.30g) 3 54 44 51, + 4
| 204 44 USDlstribpf ... 70s 74 64 74- 4
‘Jdt c n e> e i«_1_ n _ .. * *
- - - - ^ uwv _ _ o i ' a « ‘3 <*. 3 T J/«
344 54 U S Freight (1 4e)_ 2 84 84 84
137 54 U S Gypsum (2a) .. 7 56 534 56 +1
234 64 U S Holtrnan Mach. 2 84 84 84 + 1.
434 164 U S Indus Alco_ I 19 19 19 _ , *
224 64 U S Lealhsr A_ 5 8 74 8+4
724 24 USPip*(3)_ 22 28 274 28 — i.
194 34 U S Realty & Imp._ 24 54 "04 "54- 4
724 20 U S Rubber_ ... 79 26 234 26 + p
118 47 U S Rubber 1st pf.. 10 49 4; , 4^ -2
105 56 U S Sm & Ref (Ig). 5 554 534 554 -"4
754 63 U S Smelt Pf (34). 1 664 664 664 + 4
1264 51 V S Steel (lg) - 465 534 504 834 +14
150 1004 US Steel pf (7)_ 6 1064 106 106 -1
136 114 U S Tobacco (5a) . 1 1174 1174 1)7 ,
169 147 U S Tobacco pf (7)_ 20s 149 149 149
94 24 Unit Stockyds ( 4 ). 1 44 4, 4-,
84 1 Unit Stores A .. 12 24 2 24
164 136 Univ Leaf T pf (8). 80* 136 136 136
44 4 Util P & Lt A (r)_._ 4 14 14 14 + 4
394 94 Vanadium Corp 19 15 I3i„ 45 +1l4
444 144 Van Raalte (3.DOg). 2 204 20 204 — 4
115 97 Van Raalte 1 pf < 7). 40* 100 100 10o +14
47 36 Vick Chemical (2a) 3 37 37 37
124 24 Va-CaroChem . . ._ 2 34 34 3*, .. j,
744 184 Va-Caro 6 pf (1 4k). 5 24 234 24 -1
184 24 Wabash pf A (r> ._ 2 4 34 ~3’t — 4
19 * 74 Waldorf Sys(.80g).. 5 8 8 8
33 18 Walgreen (2) .. 8 204 20 204
514 32 Walkr HG&W 2.50g. 1 40 40 40+4
194 17 Walker HG&WpfU 1 184 184 184- 4
184 34 Walworth _ 72 84 74 84 + 4
504 7 4 Ward Baking A 1 124 124 124 —4
104 2 Ward Baking B_ 5 31, 3 3 _ ^
18 44 Warner Bros Plot_ 65 74 7 74 + 4
124 24 Warren Bros (r) __ 11 34 34 34
354 10 Warren Br cv pf(r). 1 10 10 10
46 16 Warren Fdy &P(2a) 3 214 194 214 +14
384 114 Waukesha Mot (la) 4 144 144 144 + 4
504 20 Wayne Pump (2a).. 8 26 25 26 •*• 4
94 24 Webster Elsenlohr. 1 24 24 24 — 4
844 744 Wes O & S pf (4)_ 1 734 734 734-1
108 84 W Penn El A (7)_ 50s 90 90 90
103 76 West Penn El pf (6) 10s 844 844 844—19
109 88 W Pen El 7% pf (7) 220s 94 92 934 — 4
1154 1104 W Penn P 6% pf (6) 20s 113 112 112 -1
1234 1174 W Penn P 77epf(7>. 10s 119 119 119
304 16 West Auto Sup 1.60 4 174 17 17 — 4
114 24 Western Maryland. 1 44 44 44 — 4
114 14 Western Pac pf 2 3 24 3 + 4
834 254 West Un Tel 2.25*.. 18 274 254 274 +14
574 174 Westhse Air B(la). 20 26 244 26 +1
167-4 90 Westhse E& M 4g_. 47 954 904 95 -*.3
304 104 Weston El In ,75g . 1 13 13 13
125 95 Wheel & L E pf 54. 10* 93 93 93 _i
65 19 Wheeling Stl .. 15 244 23 24 + 4
234 144 White DentaHl.20). 1 16 16 16
334 6 White Motor- 20 104 94 104 + 4
64 14 WhlteSewMach__ 1 14 p, p- _ ,
464 11 WhiteSewMpf__ 3 15 144 15
54 24 Wiflys-Overland_ 6 3 24 3 +4
12 64 Willys-OVd pt .60.. 1 64 64 64
124 44 Wilson & Co ( 4 )_ 15 6 54 6 +4
914 55 Wilson $6 pf (6)_ 1 55 55 55
654 35 Woolworth (2 40).. 12 384 364 384 +14
47 12 Worthington Pump 4 174 174 174 + 4
1124 544 Worthington pf A_. 40s 634 634 634
374 7 4 Yellow Truck - 65 104 94 104 + 4
464 21 Youn*Spring (3)._. 1 224 824 224 -2
1014 35 Ygstwn Sh & T (4). 20 38 364 38 +14
434 12 Zenith Radio (2g)__ 19 19 18 19 + as
94 24 Zonite Prod _ 23 34 3 3
Approximate Sales of Stocks on the N. Y. Stock Exchange.
11:00 A.M. 660.000 12:00 Noon __ 1.230.000
s Actual sales: unit of trading 10 shares,
r In bankruptcy on receivership or being reorganized under
Ba^tr^to?d^'de?/d5eCUrhtIe? assumed by such companies,
ment.^ba^ed'on^t h^ !ast'hqua'r'tcr^y11 ordeclaration"
'!?arc of *•* pf Stock, e Paid last year f Pavable In stock gnV
nS or^declared [h!s Veil " ^ °r StoCk' ^c°cumu^ed
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK.
CHICAGO. Nov. 20 OP) (United States
Department of Agriculture)..—Hogs, 11.
000. including 10.000 direct: 10-15 lower
than Friday's average: early sales, good
and choice 200-250-pound averages, 7.00
8.00; top. 8.00: compared week ago.
around 1.00 lower.
Cattle, 1.000; calves. 100: compared
Friday last week, fed steers and yeariings
came back after sharp decline early, net
downtourns for week being 25-76, with me
dium to good weighty steers off most:
market spectacularly uneven: new-crop,
short-fed steers and yearlings predomi
n?t£dA..se'*.*n* slowly but in large numbers
at 0.00; down to 7.00 at low time: not
much above 12.00 and extreme top 16.05
on yearlings and medium weights: liberal
movement Stockers and feeders at 8.00
down to 6.75, or 25-60 lower; heifers 25
50 down: beef cows fully 50 off; cutters
lower: bulls 75 lower and vealers
50-,5 on; sharp decline in hogs regarded
as very bearish Influence in fat cattle; no
prime steers offered, but choice and prime
offerings due next week on eve of inter
national show: curtailed runs short-fed
cattle predicted.
Sheep. 1,000, including 1,000 directs.
For week ending Friday. 5.000 directs.
Compared Friday last week: Fat lambs very
slow. 1.00-1.25 lower; yearlings sharing
declines; slaughter sheep 75 to 1.00 higher;
feeding lambs nominally 75 to 1.00 lower;
week's fat lamb top, 10.28, paid for choice
natives early; bulk native and fed come
back offerings this week, 8.75-10.15; clos
ing top, 9.00: late bulk. 8.76-9.00: bulk
small supply Montana rangers. 8.50-0.80;
yearlings in rather liberal numbers. 7.50
8.90. late top. 7.75: week's top slaughter
ewes, 5.25. highest since mid-October;
bulk. 3.00-5.00: bulk feeding lambs. 8.18
9.26; choice quotable around 9.00 late.
FOREIGN EXCHANGES.
NEW YORK. Nov. 20 dP\—Foreign ex
change steady; Great Britain in dollars;
others in cents; Great Britain, demand.
6.00*4: cables. 5.00*4: t)0-day bills. 5.00'.;
France demand. .1.40*.: cables :i.40*a;
Italy, demand. 5.26’j; cables. 5.20'i
Demands: Belgium. 17.03; Germany,
ffcc. 40.45; registered. 20.85; travel.
.5.000; Holland. 55.51: Norway, 35.17,2‘
Sweden. 25.83: Denmark. 22.37: Finland,
2.22'a: Switzerland. 23.10; Spain un
quoted: Portugal. 4.55: Greece. 0.02'2:
Poland. 18.08: Czechoslovakia 3.57'a;
Yugoslavia. 2.35: Austria. 18.00n: Hun
gary. 19.90: Rumania. 0.70: Argentina.
33.35n: Brazil tfreei, fi.OOn; Tokio. 29.18;
Shanghai. 29.75: Hong Kong. 31.25; Mex
ico City. ,27.80: Montreal in New York
100.15**: New York in Montreal, 99.84**.
n—Nominal.
FOREIGN MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL. Nov. 20 dPi.—Wheat fu
tures declined in quiet trading today, due
to absence of milling demand for actual
grain and in sympathy with North Amer
ican markets yesterday. Final prices were
*» to 1 *4 pence a bushel lower.
Cotton closed quiet 'and unchanged.
Outside interest was lacking. Trade call
ing and short covering were supplied by
liquidation and hedging.
London and Paris, closed.
RUBBER FUTURES.
NEW YORK. Nov. 20 dPl.—Crude rubber
futures closed steady. 17 to 20 lower. Sale*
No. 1 standard. 435 contracts. December,
14.15; March. 14.34-37; May, 14M3: July.
14.50b. Smoked ribbed, apot. 14.15n. b—
Bid. n-jNominal.
NEW YORK PRODUCE.
NEW YORK. Nov. 20 (/p>.—Eggs 13 1 R.V
firm. Mixed colors: Special packs. 30*2
i 34: standards. 29-30; firsts. 28-28: sec
onds. 22*2-24; mediums. 22: dirties. No 1
-1 average checks. 18-19. Refneer
at^rs:«^,SpelIal Parks- 2034-2434: stand
ards. ..0*2. firsts. 1 !*34: seconds. 18,2-19,2;
mediums and small. 18-19; dirties. 18
/n.?utter\ firm- Creamery, extra
'',A.i?core'’,,VS>Other grades unchanged.
Cheese. 118.<74; market slow. Prices
unchanged.
Dressed poultry steady to firm. Fresh
♦ boxes>: Turkeys. Southwestern. 18-27*2;
Maryland. 28-31. Other fresh, all frozen
prices unchanged.
—-•- .. ..
U. S. TREASURY POSITION.
By the Associated Press.
The position of the Treasury Nov. 18:
Receipts. *11,728.104.02; expenditures.
*31.143,180.77: balance. $2,833,879.
181.12: customs receipts for the month.
$10,930,268.76.
Receipts for the fiscal year (since July
1). S2.199.324,352.45: expenditures. *2.
925.526,728.86, including $801,997,827.41
of emergency expenditures: excess of ex
penditures $726,202,376.41: gross debt.
$37,079,829,267.04. an increase of $H.,
985.211.94: gold assests. $12.789 015 -
316.15. including $1,257,466,087.42 of
inactive gold.
MONTREAL SILVER.
MONTREAL. Nov. 00 ‘7’ —Silver fu
tures closed steady and unchanged No I
sales. Bids: December. 44.30; March.
44.10: May. 44.10. I
I
“. E
ARER EARLY DROP
Many Leaders Up Fractions
to Two or More Points
at Week’s Close.
Stock Averages
30 15 15 60
Indusf. Rails. Util. Btoclr.
Net change.+ 1.2 +1.0 +1.0 +1.1
Today, close 61 4 20.9 34 0 44 3
Previous day 60.2 19.9 33.0 43 2
Month ago.. 65 4 21 9 33 1 46 3
Year ago... 97 6 39.1 51 8 71 3
1937 high—101.6 49.5 54.0 75.3
1937 low_ 60.2 19 9 31 6 43 2
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
1929 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 El BANK,
Associated Press Financial Writer.
NEW YORK, Nov 20.—Shaky storks
of yesterday displayed more backbone
in today's market and many leaders i
recovered fractions to 2 or more point -
Selling at the start put the ticker
tape behind for a brief period and top
pled averages to new lows for more
than two years before buyers began to
raise bids.
Prominent on the comeback were
rails, steels, motors, coppers and spe
cialties. While the return journey was
only moderately fast, transfers for the
two hours approximated 1,100,000
shares.
Brokers attributed improvement
largely to the belief of some the Friday
slump called for at least part of the
lost ground being retraced even if
the basic trend is still downward
Efforts of union officials to break ,
the unauthorized “sit-down'’ strike
at General Motors helped to bolster
automotive issues. Announcement of
Goodyear it would open its plants
Monday for “those who wished to
work" was coincident with mobil
ization of Ohio National Guard units
and indicated this labor problem was
still unsettled.
Steels edged forward despite esti
mates next week's mill operations
would register another substantial re
cession.
Wall Street opinions regarding the
President's call for an inquiry into
higher living casts were mixed. In
some quarters this was interpreted as
another attack on corporation profits.
Among the better share perform
ers—several slipped just before the
close—were United States Steel, Beth
lehem, Youngstown, Santa Fe, New
York Central, Southern Railway,
Great Northern, Union Pacific, Balti
more & Ohio, Chrysler, General Mo
tors, Aanconda, Kennecott, Ameri
can Smelting, United States Rubber,
Goodyear, J. I. Case. International
Harvester, Westinghouse, General •
Electric, Du Pont. Allied Chemical,
Consolidated Edison, North American,
Electric Power & Light. American
Telephone, Douglas Aircraft, Allis
Chalmers. Eastman Kodak, Loewi
anH Air Rr-Hiirtinn
Backward were Sears-Roebuck. J.
C. Penney, Philip Morris, Briggs Man
ufacturing. Texas Corp., Radio and
Corn Products.
-•
DOLLAR MOVES DOWN
IN LONDON DEALINGS •
By the Associated Press.
LONDON. Nov. 20.—The United
States dollar lost 5-16 of a cent today,
closing 5.0034 to the pound compared
with $5.00 l quoted for sterling in
j New York over night,
French franc ended 147 09 to the
i pound against 147.22 yesterday.
NEW YORK BANK STOCKS .
NEW YORK. Nov. 2(1 tjf,.—New York
Security Dealers Association:
Bid. Asked.
Bank of Manhattan < 1'a>_ 21 >« 2 23.
Bankers Tr <2* 4**2 fin1*
Brooklyn Tr • 4 > 86 PI
Cen Han Bk Az Tr t4> _ PI P4
Chase Nat <1.4<M _ 2P 31
Chem Bk & Tr tl.80)_. _ 4<»>a 42'%
Commercial • *> 137 ]4.'i
Cont Bk A: Tr CKO) 1 1 J :t1«
; Corn Ex Bk & T ill) . . 4 7‘4 4N’4
Empire Tr «1> _ ‘Jp, 22J4
First Nat <Bos» <2> _ .. :i*ia 4n*a
First Natl Moot _ 17P«» ]s:tn
Guaranty Tr <12) 232 24 7
Irving Tr < .HO * 11 1*’
Manufacturers Tr <2» 3.V.a ;<?i2
Manuiacturers Tr pf (2) 4o'a 47',
Nail City 11 > •*»> 1_
N Y Trust ■:>) x 02 ln.S
Public U'jai -si. -o'.
Tnle G A- Ts'. ■; i*
Safe Investments
First Mortgage Notes
60* Secured on conserva
/f tively appraiied new
building*.
Bradley, Beall & Howard, Inc.
Southern Ruildimr NA. 0271
Established Nearly XO Years
REAL ESTATE LOANS •
_. RESIDENCE and
\07sx SMALL BUSINESS
%J /V PROPERTIES
FRED T. NESBIT
1010 VERMONT AYE. DISTRICT 939?
OFFICE FURNITURE
WE SELL, BUY OR EXCHANGE
Chairs Steel Files
Desks Steel Cabinets
Tables Safes
BAUM’S FURNITURE HOUSE ,
141B Eye 8t. N.W Phone NA 2181
Money for Construction Loans
and
Loans oa Existing Properties
5%
FIRST DEED OF TRUST ONLY
GEORGE I. BORGER
643 Indiana Ave. N.W.
Nat’] 0350
FIRST TRUST LOANS
LONG TERM
5%
$6.60 per month per $1,000
includes interest and pay
ment on principal. Pays loan
in 20 years. No renewal.
ALSO
3-year straight loans and
construction loans.
BOSS & PHELPS MORTGAGE CO
Loin Correspondent t
John Hancock Mutual Ufe Ina Co
1417 K St. N.W. NA 93M

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