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D. C. Postal Receipts
Behind 1945 in April
And in Four Months
By Edward C. Stone
Revenues received at the City
Post Office in April totaled $1,366,
375.33 in comparison with $1,479.
797.59 in April, 1945, a decrease of
$131,422.26. or 8.77 per cent. Post
master Vincent C. Burke an
nounced today.
The showing was better than in
Mterch due to the fact that so much
of the Easter trade came in April
tMs year. However, the ‘decrease
ffcm last year was expected as
r^enues have shown a decrease
ever since the servicemen started
coming home from overseas in large
numbers. Further decreases in
postal revenues are expected
through September.
In the first four months of this
year receipts totaled $5,415,302,
against $6,161,268 in 1945, a drop so
far this year of $745,966 or 12.10 per
cent, Mr. Burke stated, the com
parisons by months with last year
being as follows:
1946. 1946.
January _$1.396.592 $1,582,002
February _ 1,252,091 1,316.669
March _ 1,400,244 1,766,199
April _ 1,366.375 1,497.797
Washington Gas Net Off.
Net income of the Washington
Gas Light Co. in March totaled
$166,265, compared with $189,471
last year, a decrease of $23,206, the
report filed with the Public Util
ities Commission today revealed.
March gross operating revenues
showed an increase of $23,574 but
operating expenses increased $58,437,
causing a reduction in net operating
revenues of $34,863. For the first
quarter, net income amounted to
$747,236, a decline of $17,417 from
the like three months in 1945.
Total gas sales in March were
1.947,779 mcf, compared with 1,902,
839 last year. Gas sales to District
of Columbia customers during
March. 1946, amounted to 1,517,014
mcf, compared with 1,501,351 a year
ago. Meters in service in the Dis
trict of Columbia at the end of
March were 166.812, compared with
164,889 at the end of March last year.
In the 12 months ending March
31 the company earned $1.98 a share
on common against $2.33 a year ago.
Association s Assets Climb.
Carl J. Bergmann. president of
the Washington Permanent Build
ing Association, told stockholders at
the 66th annual meeting that the
past year was one of the best on
record, resources rising $1,335,000 to
a new peak of $14,400,000. Since
1881, he. said, the association has
loaned $55,000,000 to home buyers
and home owners.
Besides Mr. Bergmann, other of
ficers re-elected were Hermann H.
Bergmann, vice president; Julius A.
Maedel, secretary; Francis J. Clark,
treasurer; Scott M. Birdsong and
John H. Thompson, assistant treas
urers; Fritz R. Sauber and Stuart
O. Thompson, assistant secretaries.
Directors renamed John H. Clip
per. C. Rammling, James R. Ellis,
Walter B. Avery, Clyde H. Miller,
Max Walten, Joseph N. Saunders,
William L. Moore, C. J. Bergmann,
H. H. Bergmann and Messrs. Clark
and Maedel
Auchincloss, Parker & Redpath
and Johnston, Lemon & Co. today
participated in an offering of 500,000
shares of $5 par value capital stock
of Taca Airways, South America, at
$15.50 a share.
Business Briefs |
Bank Clearings for 24 leading
cities rose to $12,425,919,000 in the
week ended May 1, an increase of
9.3 per cent over the preceding week
and 12.6 per cent above $11,038,991,
000 for the week a year ago.—Dun
& Bradstreet.
Retail Food Sales totaled $18,410,
000,000 in 1945, highest volume in
history, and an increase of $540,000,
000, or about 3 per cent, over 1944.
Crude Oil Production in the week
ended April 27 decreased 14,250 bar
rels to 4,672,050 barrels from 4,686,
300 barrels a week ago, and 4,804,815
a year ago.—American Petroleum
Institute.
Lead supplies from domestic mine
output and scrap piles will be ap
proximately 450,000 tons short of
meeting demand in 1946.
Hoppers’ Company, Inc., netted
$104,934 for first quarter of 1946,
equal to a loss of 8 cents per share,
compared with $630,970, or 50 cents
per common share, in the like period
of 1945.
Burlington Railroad had net of
$27,405,399 last year, equal to $16.04
a common share, compared with
$24,647,122 in 1944, or $14.43 a share.
Textron, Inc., announced forma
tion of Textron Southern, Inc., a
subsidiary, and the purchase by it
of a controlling interest in Gossett
Mills of Anderson, S. C. No details
of the price were disclosed.
Mellon Securities Corp. offered
53.248 shares of new $100 cumulative
3.35 per cent preferred stock of
Scranton Electric Co. at $101.50 a
share, proceeds to be used, with
Treasury funds, for redemption of a
similar number of shares of $6
preferred stock by call at $110 a
share.
Atlas Powder Co. reduced dividend
on common stock to 50 cents a share
from 75 cents. Dividend is payable
June 10 to stock of record May 28.
Allied Stores Corp. raised the divi
dend on its common stock to 50 cents
from 40 cents previously paid. Divi
dend is payable July 20 to stock of
record June 27.
Reynolds & Co. is offering 62,500
shares of $20 par 4% per cent cu
mulative convertible preferred stock
of New Haven Clock ahd Watch Co.
at $21 a share.
Eastman, Dillon & Co. and others
offered 100.000 shares of. $2.25 divi
dend cumulative preferred stock, se
ries A $1 par value, of the Morris
Plan Corp. of America at $52 a
share.
Offering of 104,138 shares of com
mon stock of the Devilbiss Co. at
$23 a share was made by a group
headed jointly by Laurence M.
Marks & Co. and Ball, Burge Si
Kraus.
Hallgarten & Co. and R. W.
Pressprich & Co. offered 51,400
shares of $1 par common stock oi
Joy Manufacturing Co. at $32.50 a
share.
Union Oil Co. of California re
ported first quarter net of $1,815,492
equal to 34 cents a common share
compared with $1,780,294, or 38 cent;
a share in the like 1945 period.
Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulatoi
Co. reported March quarter net ol
$652,959, equal to 45 cents, comparec
with $886,696, or 64 cents a shar<
in the first quarter of 1945.
Graham-Paige Motors Corp. re
ported for the year ended Decembei
31 net profit of $1,030,571, equal tc
20 cents a common share, againsi
$1,615,411 or 35 cents a share in 1944
Barasdall Oil Co. reported first
quarter net of $1,022,406, or 46 cent
a share, compared with $1,021,233
or 46 cents a share, in the firs
quarter of 1945.
N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE
fFurn shed by the Associated Press.)
Sales—
Stock and Add Net
Dividend Rate. 00. High. Low. Close, chge.
ABBOTT LAB 7 73 72% 73
♦AbrdtStraus3% 10 150 150 150 +2
A C P-Brlll Mot 15 15 14% 15 - %
Acme Steel .40e. 2 42% 42% 42% - %
Adams bo 65* 4 22% 22% 22% + %
Addressograph ] 6 35% 34% 34% + %
Admiral Cp Vae 2 15% 15% 15%
AlrReductlon la d 54 53 53 — %
Aldens Inc 60a 2 40% 40% 40% + %
Alaska Juneau 10 8% 8% 0%
Alleghany Corn 35 6% 6% 6%
Alleghany Cn pf 1 60% 60% 60% -1
A lie* LudlumS 2 3 47% 47% 47% + %
Allied Ch&Dy 6. 1 201% 201% 201% +1%
Allien Mills 2g 3 33% 33% 33% - %
Allied Sirs 1 60 37 60% 59% 59% - %
Allis-ChMfgl 60 24 53 52% 53 + %
Amala Leather 21 11% 11 11 - %
Amal Leath pf3 1 68 68 88 -6
Amerada PI V,e 1 167 167 167 -1
Am A*r C 1 20a 6 46 46 46 + %
Am Airlines ...174 18% 17% 17%-%
Am Bank Nt 1* 2 41% 41% 41%
♦Am Bnk Npf 3 -10 841/4 84% 84%
Am Bosch V4e . 2 23% 23% 23% + %
Am Brake Shi. 7 61 60 60% -1
Am CabledcRad 16 14 13% 15% - %
Am Can 8 .. 7 96 94 94 -2
♦Am Can pf 7.. 10 204 204 204 +1%
Am Car At Fd 3* 4 67% 67 67% + %
Am CardtP pf 7. 1124 124 124 -4%
Am ChainAtC 2. 3 35% 35% 35%+ %
♦Am Chicle 4a . K} 158% 158% 158% +1
Am Clrtype Vae. 1 32% 32% 32%+%
♦Am CrysS pf 6 30 105 105 105
Am Distillers 2a 5 68 67 67%+1%
Am Europn ,61g 1 21% 21% 21%
Am bnort L 2 20 62% 61 61
Am At Prn Pwr 7 10% 10% 10% - %
AmdtPP7pf 3Vak 2 127 126% 126% + %
AmFP 2nd Of 7 38% 38 36 -1
Am Hawaii 8 3 11 51 50% 50%+1
Am HldedtLeath 10 10% 10% 10% - %
AmHoraeP2 40a 1126 126 126 -1%
Am Intemat.45g 2 15 15 15
Am Locoml 40a 12 37V* 36% 36%-%
Am MchAtPd 80 4 39% 38% 39% + %
AmMcbAfMetl 3 22% 21% 21%-%
Am Metal 1 6 38% 37% 38% + %
Am News Co '/,e x 3 52% 52% 52% + %
Am Power At Lt 113 18% 17% 17%-%
AmP&LSfipf 1 V,k 2 1J4 124 124 + %
AmPALSopf 1 Vak 4 115 114 114% + %
Am RartA-Sr. an 54 ?0 19% 19%
Am RollMUl'/ae. 19 32% 31Va 31%-%
♦Am RM Di 4V» 240 104% 104 104% + %
Am Safe'y Rz 2 6 58% 57% S7% + V*
Am Seatlnr 1 2 31% 31% 31%
♦ Am Sh Bldg le 30 50 49% 50 -%
Am Smelt&R ?a xll 68% 68% 68% — %
♦Am SmAtR pf 7 20 187 186% 187 + %
Am Snuff 2 .. 1 45 45 45 + %
Am Stl Found 2 5 44% 44% 44%+%
Am Store! 1 . 2 36 35% 35% - V*
Am Tel At Tel 9. 11 194% 193% 1941% + %
Am Tobacco 3a. 3 98 97% 98 +1%
Am Tobac B 3a 10 99 98 98% +1
AmTyneFdrs Vat 3 26% 25% 25% — %
Am Viscose 2 ... 5 70% 70% 70% - V*
Am Water Wks. 24 25% 25% 25%-%
Am Woolen . 24 52% 51% 52% — %
Am Wool pf 2k. 1 156% 156% 156% -1%
Am Zinc 10* 6 12% 12% 12%-%
Anaconda 2% 19 47% 46% 46%-%
♦Anacon W&C 1 60 51 50 51 + %
AnchorH G1.30e 9 57% 56% 56%-1%
Anderson Cl 80. 2 55% 55% 55%
Andes Copper 1 19 19 19
A P W Products 1 9% 9% 9% - %
Archer-Dan] 80 4 32 31 31 —1%
Armour At Co . 44 15% 15% 15% + %
Armour pr BVik 5 131 129 129 —1%
ArmstiongCk la 3 62% 62 62%
Arnold Const V3a 4 32 31% 31% — %
Artloom Cd 40 3 26% 26% 76%— %
Assd Dry G .One 5 71% 70% 70% - %
'Asso DG 1st 0 30 149% 148 148 -1%
•Asso DG 2nd 7 50 142% 142% 142% + %
Atch r At S P 8 x 8 108% 107% 107% -1
Atl Coast Line 4 2 73 72% 72% -1%
Atl G&W Ind 3g 1 43 43 43 + %
Atl Retain* 1 % 14 46% 46 46 - %
tAtlRef PfB3.60 50 108% 108% 108% + %
♦Atl Reflng pf 4 140 124 123% 123% + %
Atlas Corp % 21 32 31 31% — %
♦Atlas Powd Tie 210 87 Vi 85 -1%
Austin Nichols 11 19 18% 18% + %
♦AusNlcprAl'/ak 70 120 1*0 120 +1
Autocar Co 2f 5 32% 32% 32% - %
Aviation Cp .10e 44 10% 10% 10% + %
BALD LOCO lti 42 33% 33% 33% - %
Bait * Ohio 17 23% 22% 22%-%
Balto&Obiopf 7 36% 36 36 - %
Bangor* Aroftk 2 22% 22% 22% — %
Barber Asphlt 1 15 39% 38 38% +1%
Barker Bros_ 7 35% 35 35% + %
Barnsdell 011.80 17 30% 29% 29% - %
Bath Iron Wk 4 8 29 28% 28% - %
Bayuk Cigar tie 2 57% 56% 57% + %
'Beck 8b pi 4% 1 106% 106 106 -1%
BeechAlrcrft If 14 29% 28% 29 + %
'Beech-Nut 4a 3 133 131 131 -2
Beiding Hm 80 6 25% 24% 24% - %
Bell Aircraft le 2 28% 28% 28%-%
BendixAvlat tie 17 49 48% 48% - %
Beneficial 1 20a 7 33% 33% 33%
Best & Co 1.15e 3 48% 47% 47% - %
Best Foods 1_ 7 27% 27 27 -%
Beth Steel 6 . 21 106% 105% 106% + %
Black&Dck 1.60 2 40 39% 40 - %
Blaw-Knox .60a 17 26% 25% 25% - %
'Bloomdale .90 150 56 55 56
Boeing Alrple 38 28% 27% 27%-1%
Bohn Alum&B 3 4 63 60% 60% -2%
Bond Store 1.40 7 43 42% 42% - %
Borden Co le . 8 55% 55 55 —1%
Borg-Warn 1 60 8 52% 51% 51% -1%
'Bon Ami B 2ti 40 63 62 63 +1
Bower Roll Btie 1 57 57 57 +1
Branm Air .60 16 25 ,24% 24%-%
Brldgept Bra 60 7 17% 17% 17%-%
Briggs Manufg 2 5 50 49% 49% — %
Briggs & Strat n 5. 36%' 36% 36%+ %
Bristol-My .96e 7 69 67 68 +1%
BklynUGas 1.60 5 37% 37 37 - %
Brunswk-Balk 1 2 37 36% 36% — %
Bucyrus-E ,15e 9 22% 22% 22%+ %
Budd Man!* tie 39 19% 19% 19% - %
'Budd Mfe pf 5 160 97 96% 96% - %
BuddWheel 60a 19. 21% 21 21 - %
Burl Mills 1 40 53 45% 43% 45%+3%
Burr Ad Mchile 12 18% 18% 18% — %
Bush Term 35e 2 12 11% 11% — %
'Bush Term pf 6 50 99% 99% 99% +1%
'BushTB pfltik 80 87% 87 67 -1%
Butler Bros .66e 17 33% 32% 32%
Butte CP&Z Vie 5 7% 7% 7% — %
'Byers A M pf 7 1 106% 106 106 —1
Byron Jack la 2 35 35 35
CAL PACK 1 li 1 45 45 45 - %
'Cam Pk Df 2li 10 55% 55% 55%
Callahan Zinc 2* 5% 5 5 — Vi
Cklumet&H.OSe 10 10 10 10
Campbell Wylie * 39% 3914 3914 + V4
tCan Dry pi 4% 20 132% 132 132% +1
tCan Southn 3_ 170 56 55 56 +3
Canadn Pac lie 58 19% 18% 18% — %
Cap Adm A .40* 4 19% 19% 19% + %
CarpenterStl lie 2 48 47% 48 —1
Carrier Corp 10 2814 27% 27% %
Carrier Pi new 2 1 56% 56% 56%
Carrler3:an.20a 13 10% 10 10%
Case J I Co 1.20 2 46% 46% 46% - %
►Case J I pf 7 . 20 177% 177% 177% - %
Caterplllr Tr 3 7 78 77% 78 —1%
Celanese Corp 2 7 74% 73% 73%-1
'Celanese pf 7 30 159 158% 159
Celotex Corp li 7 29% 28% 28% - %
'Celotex Co of 1 450 21% 21% 21%+%
Cent A*ulre 114 3 26 25% 25% — %
Cent Foundry 8 16 15% 16 + %
Cen H G & E lie 13 11% 11% 11%+%
cent R n N J • 5 15% 14% 14% -1%
Cent Violet 2V4* 3 41 40% 40% - %
Century Rib 60 1 39% 39% 39% —1
Cerro de Pas le 4 «8 47% 48 — %
Certain .teed 29 22% 22% 22% - %
Chain Belt 1 1 37 37% 37 + %
ChamD P&F la 3 60 £9% 60 - %
Ches & Ohio 3b 26 60 59% 60 + %
Chi A East III 4 17% 12% 12%
Chl & E 111 A le 6 21 20% 20% - %
Chi Great Weatn 3 12% 12% 12%
Chl Gt Wa of%k 3 25% 25% 25%
Chl Mi St P&P 33 28'/* 27% 27% - %
ChlMSP&P pf5e 10 69% 68% 69 - %
Chl & N W 3* 14 37% 37% 37% + %
Chl&NW pH lie 6 66% 66% 66%
Chi Pneu Tool 6 30% 30% 30% — %
IChl PnuT 012% 20 61% 61% 61%+ %
Chl TeBo Cab 1 1 22% 22% 22% - %
Chlekaaba l.. 1 21% 21% 21%-%
Childs Co* ... 8 10% 10% 10%— %
'Chile Cop 2a. 10 50% 50% 50% + %
Chrysler Corp 3 10 128% 128 128 — %
C 1 T Finance 2 16 55% 54% 54% - %
Cln Mill M ,70e 4 33% 33 33% - %
City Ice&F 1.60 5 36% 36 36 - %
'City Investors 460 101% 95% 101% +5%
city Stores .80 20 34 33% 33% + %
Clev Grach B 2 1 71% 71% 71%
Climax Mol 1 20 9 35% 34% 34% - %
r.’luett-Peoody 2 3 5614 56% 56% — %
Coca-Coia 3a 1 188 188 168 —6
'Coca-Cola AS 30 65% 65% 65%
lolKate Pm-P Is 3 53 52% 53 — %
'Col*-P-P of 3H 10 104 104 104
Col Fuel&Ir 16e 47 17% 17 17% ,
Colo F & Ir of 1 6 20% 20% 20%
Col Brdcst A 40e 6 42% 42% 42%
Col Brdcst B 40e 3 41 40% 41
ColGas&El lOe 69 12% 12 12% - %
Colum G&E Offl 3 110 110 110 - %
Col Pictures . 5 31% 31 31 — %
Comet Credit 2 9 56 55% 56 + %
tComl Cr pf.1.60 1 119% 119 119% + %
ComclSolvn 60a 26 25% 24% 24% + %
Comwl Edls 1.40 27 35% 35V- 35% - %
Comwl & South 445 4% 4% 4%
Cm wldtSpf 3 lik 2 127 126% 127 + %
Coniolumn-N Is 4 37 36% 36% — %
Cons Clear 2 .. 2 53 52% 52%+ %
Cons Cosoer .20* 6 9% 9 9
Cons Edlso 1.60 39 35% 35% 35% - %
Cons Edlsn pf 8 4 109 108% 108%-%
Cons Laundry 1 5 21% 21 21
Cons Nat Oasis 3 51% 51 51 - %
Cons RRCuoa Pf 6 38% 38% 38% — %
l Cont Vultee 8 x42 25% 24% 24% - %
tConsumP Pf4% 40113 113 113
Container 80e x 5 51% 51 51 — %
Cont Bakin* lie 26 17% 17% 17% — %
Cont Can 1 8 46% 46% 46% + %
Cont DlamF.40 17 16% 15% 16%+ %
Cont Insurnce 2 7 57% 57% 57%
, Cont Mot. 35e 31 13% 18% 18%-%
Com i "I D1 i RO 3 47% 47 47% - %
! Cont Steel 20e 2 20% 20% 20% - %
1 Coopcr-Bess 1 26 26 26 — %
Copperw Stl 80 4 ip% 19% 19% — %
■ *Coru Exc 2 40 60 61% 61% 61% - %
Corn Prod 2 60 19 62% 61 61 -1%
1 CornellD El 80 2 23% 23 23 - %
I Corning Gls %e 10 35% 35% 35% + %
. Coty Inc .20e 8 13% 13% 13% — it
Col* Internatl 10 6% 6% 6% — %
Crane Co 1 a 7 46 45% 46 + Vt
■ Crown Cork lie 8 51 50% 50% — Vt
. Crown Zeller 1 2 37 * 36% 36% — vt
, tcrown Z Pf4 20 30 108% 108% 108% + Vt
> Crucible 8tl 2* 3 46% 46 46
t Crucible Stl of 6 3 113% 113% 113% - %
Cuban-ASu* lie 9 25% 25 25 — Vt
' Cudahy Pk 1 20 4 53% 53% 53% - Vt
‘ cuneo Press lli 13 60 56 58% +3Vt
5 Curtis Publish 24 22% 22% 22% — M
tCurtis Pub Pf 20 144% 144% 144% + M
l Curtis P prof 3a 2 76% 76% 76% - W
L Curtis-Wrt Vis 37 7% 7% 7%
Curt-Wrlkht A.’ 12 21% 21% Jl%- ¥
Salea—
Stock and Add Net
Dividend Rate. 00. Hlsh. Low. Close, chge.
Cutlea-Haro.aOf 3 41% 41% 41% - %
DAVIEON Cl.. 3 25% 25% 25% - %
Dayton Rub.40e 5 34% 33 33 - %
Decca Rec 1 20a 2 74% 74 74% - %
Deer* A Co l%a 18 51% 50% 51%-%
Delsel-w-oma 1 39% 39% 39%+ %
Del St Hudson 4 2 45% 45% 45% - %
Del Lack * Wn 6 12% 12% 12% + %
Det Edison 1 20 8 28 27% 27% - %
Devoe&RayA.SO 7 38% 37% 37% - %
Diam Match 1% 2 42% 42% 4v% - %
Diam Mch pf 1 V> 2 47% 47% 47%+%
Diam T Mot 1 a 4 30% 30% 30% + %
Dlst-C S* h2.22 61 109% 102 106% +7%
‘DlxleC 01A2% 210 57% 56% 57 -1
Doehler-Jarvs 1 9 30% 30 30% + %
Dome Min hi 20 14 14% 14% 14*/*- %
Doualas Aire 6* 4 88% 87% 87% + %
Dow Chemical 3 1 180 180 80 -%
Dow Chem of 4. 1115 115 115 -%
Dresser Ind 12 26% 6% 26% + %
Dunhtll Internal 5 33% 33% 33%
Duplan CD 80e 1 36% 36% 36%+%
DuPont de N 5V4 6 210% 209% 210% + %
♦Duques L lpf ft 30 114% 114% 114% - %
EAQLE-PIC.gOe 13 25% 25 25% - %
Eastern Air L 1 1 125% 125% 125% -1%
East Stai Stl Vie 8 51% 50 50%
EastmanKdk 6a 2 253 251 251 -2
Eaton Uanufe» 6 63 61% 61% -1%
Ekco Prod 60e. 19 52 50% 51%+%
El Auto-Lite 3 . 4 76 75% 76 + %
El Boat la 8 31% 31% 31%-%
El ft M Ind ,08c 7 6% 6% 6% + %
El Power ft Lt 52 27% 26% 27% - %
El PftL$6pflVik 11 165 157 161 +4
El PftLS7pflVik 22 180% 170 175% +4%
El Storage B 2.. 1 54% 54% 54%+ %
El Paso NG 2.40 3 58% 57% 58% + %
Em ran RAP 60a 5 33 32% 32%-%
Endlcott-John 3 1 92% 92% 92%+ %
Engineer Pub 8 17 39% 39% 39% + %
tEng P 8 SS pf 6 30 104% 103% 103% - %
’Eng P 6 pi SVi 170 105% 104% 104% - %
’Eng P S pf 6 40 105 105 105
Enult Office B • 11 4 3% 3%
Erie R R 1 23 17 16% 165/, - %
Eureka Will V,e 8 17% 17% 17%
EvanrProriuct Vi 6 30% 30 30% - %
Eversharp _ 10 54 53% 54 +1
Bx-Cell-O g 60 H 56 54% 55 + %
FAIRBANKS la 7 72% 71% 72%+ %
Farnsworth 7 15% 15 15
FedLt&Trac Vie 2 73% 23 23% + %
Fed Mogl 1.20a 8 35 34% 34% + %
Fed Mot Tr 40a 7 18% 18% 18% - %
Pederat D S 1 Vi 23 75% 74% 75%+1%
Ferro Enamel 1. 4 29% 29% 29% - %
Firestone TR 2a 8 77% 77% 77% + %
Fllntkote 16e . 14 44% 43% 43% — %
Florida Pw 20e 6 19 18% 18% - %
Follansbee Stl 3 17% 16% 16% — %
•Pollansbee 8 Df 180 105 103% 103% + %
Pood Pair Str 1 7 66% 66% 66% + %
Food Mach ,40a. 6 99% 99 99% + %
Foster Whir la . 3 43% 43 43% +' %
Francisco Sugar 3 29 28% 29 — %
FreeportSul 2Vi 2 58% 57% 58%+ %
FruehaufTraVie 8 43% 42% 42% - %
GABRIEL ,10e 4 12% 12% 12%
Galr Robert.30g 19 10 9% 9% - %
Gardner-Den 1 2 25 24% 24% - %
Gar Wood Ind _ 51 15% 15 15 — %
Gar Wood pf 2Vi 3 61% 61% 61% + %
Gaylord Con’ 1 6 58% 57% 58% + %
'Gaylord pf 2% 80116 115 116 +1
GenAmlnvS 06g 20 19% 18% 19% +1
Gen Bakinr «0 11 13% 12% 13%+ %
'Gen Bkg pf 8 10 200 2C0 200
Gen Bronze.60 3 25% 24% 24% - %
Gen Cable 20 15% 15 15 4- %
Gen Cable A 12 54% 53% 54% — %
•Gen Cbl pf3Vik 110 154 152 15’ -2
Gen Cigar la 1 37% 37% 37%+%
Gen Elec I 60 60 46% 45% 45% - %
Gen Foodsl.60a 6 53% 53% 53% + %
Gen Mills 1 Vi 3 44% 44% 44%
*Oen Mills pf 6 1 131% 131 131% + %
Gen Motors 8 25 73% 72% 73 - %
Gen Motor pf 6. 6 128% 127% 128% + %
Gen Public Svc 4 5% 5% 5% - %
Gen Public Util. 31 21% 21% 21% - %
GenRyStglVie 3 44% 44% 44%+1%
Gen RealtyftUt 13 8% 8% 8%
Gen Refrtct-20e 5 33 32% 32%
Gen Shoe ,60e.. 6 38% 38% 38% - %
tOenStlCpfl Vik 20 120% 120% 120% + %
Gen Telbhnl.60 a 43% 43% 43% - %
Gen Time In la 4 44% 43% 43% - %
Gen Tire ft R 1 14 51% 51 51%
Gillette Saf R 2 9 39 38% 38%
GlmbelBros.60e 32 70 67% 67% +2
GUdden Co ROe 4 46% 46% 46% - %
Goebel Brew 20 10 6% 6% 6% - %
Goodall San 1 % 4 42% 42% 42% + %
Goodrich BF Vie 6 81 60% 80% -1%
Goodyear 1 Vie 6 75% 75% 75%+ %
Goodyear pf 6 . 3 110% 110 110 - %
Goth Hosiery 1 4 38% 37% 38 + %
Graham-Pa Ice 57 10% 10% 10% - %
Granby Cons M 3 10% 9% 9% - %
GrandUnion.70e 3 43% 42% 43% + %
Granite City 8il 2 21% 21 21 - %
Grant W T ,40e 6 39% 39% 39% + %
Gt No 1 O ctl Via 8 18% 18% 18% + %
Gt Nor Ry pf 3 10 59% 59% 59%
Gt Wst Sug 1.20 1 30% 30% 30%
Green H L 3a 3 90 88% 88% - %
Greyhound 1.40 27 44% 43% 44 + %
Gruman AlrlVie 8 43% 43%-43%+%
Gulf MoblleftOb 10 23% 23 23 - %
Gulf M ft ODf 6 3 67 66% 67 + Vi
Gulf Oil la7 75% 75% 75% - %
HACKENSKIVi 1 39 39 39 - %
HaUWFPrlntla 46 41 38% 41 +2%
Hamilton W.30e 3 24 23% 24 + %
’Hamilton W Pit 110 113% 113% 113% + %
Barb-Walker 1 9 29 27% 28%+ %
HartSbftM 1.60 5 53% 53% 53%-1
•Hat Corp Pf4V4 20 100 100 100
Haymlndust Vie 14 16% 18 18 - %
Hayes Manufg 8 12% 12% 12% - %
•Hazel-Atlas 6a 80174 173 174 +1
Hecht Co 1.20 4 44% 44 44 - %
Hercules Mot 1 1 32% 32% 32% - %
Hercules Powder 4 65% 65 65% + %
Hershey Choc 3 2 106 105 106 +3
•HershCh cvpf4» 30 140 139Vi 140
Hewitt Rubber 1 9 36% 36% 36% - %
Hires CE 1.20. 2 36% 36% 36%+%
Holly Sugar 1 10 34 33 34 + %
Homestake MVit 7 48% 48 48
Houd-Hrrsney 8 23% 23 23 - %
Houd-Her of2% 4 61 61 61
Househld F 1.40 1 31% 31% 31%
Houston 011 34 2e% 26 28%+ %
HoweSound 30e 2 48% 48 48%
Hudson ft Man 7 8% 8% 8% — %
Hudson Bay b2 6 41% 41 41% - %
Hudson Mot 40 9 29% 28% 28% - %
Hunp Motors — 12 8% 8% 8% — %
IDAHO PR 1.80 13 43 41% 42%-%
111 Central_ 27 37% 37% 37% - %
till Cant lsd 11 4 20 99% 99% 99%+1%
111 Central pf. . 38 74% 73 74% +1%
HI Terminal RR 36 11% 11% 11% - %
Indpls P-L 1.20 13 31% 30% 31%+%
Indpls PftL rts. 160 Vi* Via Via “Via
Industrl El Mex 5 17% 17% 17%
Indust Rayon _ 7 44 43% 43%-1%
Inland Steel le. 1126 126 126 - %
insplr Copper 1 9 20% 20% 20% - %
Insuran ctf.20a 2 11% 10% 11% + %
Interchmcl 1.60 1 52% 52% 52% - %
Intercn Rub.36s 2 11 10% 10% — %
Interlace Ir V„g 6 16% 16% 16% - %
Int Bus Mch 6b 2 228% 228% 228% -1%
int Harvs 2 60s 6 94% 93% 93%-%
'Int Harvs pf 7 x9'J 200 200 200 +1%
Int Hydro Ei A 15 14% 14% 14% - %
Int MlnftChm 1 36 34% 33% 34% +1
Int Mining 6 8% 8% 8% - %
Int Nickel 1 60 23 37% 37% 37%
Int Papei 2 17 49% 49% 49% - %
Int Pacer Of 5 10 123% 122% 123 -1%
Int Ry Cent Am 9 14% 23% 23% - %
tint RCA pf3Vik440 120% 117% 120% +1%
ini Tel & Tel 39 25% 24% 25 + %
Int TftT lorn et 5 25 24% 25
Interst D 8 1 40 5 47 46% 47 +1
JOHNS-M 3Vig 1 157% 157% 157%
Johnson ft J 20 2 59% 58% 58%-1%
Jones ft L Stl 2. 33 43% 43 43 - %
JonesftL pf B 6. 3 130 129 129 -1
Joy Manufg 60a 6 32% 32% 32% - %
KANS CITY SO 26 29% 28% 28% - %
Kan City S Pf2e 3 63% 63% 63%+ %
Kaufm Dept.80* 1 50 50 50 - %
Kayser J 20e . 3 22% 22% 22% + %
Kelsey-H Wh B. 3 23V. 23 23 + Vi
Kennecott C Vie 21 58% 58% 58% - %
Keyst S&W 1.20 2 45% 45 45 -3
Kopners Col .60 39 41% 38% 38%-2%
•Koppers pf 4 Vi 10 109% 109% 109% - %
Kresge S S .70e * 43% 43% 43% - %
Kresse D 8 Vie 3 23% 23 23 -2%
Kress 8 H 1 60 5 59% 58% 59% +1%
Kroger Co 2 14 61% 60 60% + %
LACLEDE G 15* 23 7% 7% 7% - %
Lambert Co 2 1 60% 60% 60%
Lane Bryant 1 a 3 57% 57% 57% + %
LaneBryn Df2V« 4 96 96 96 +1%
Lehigh LAN I 20 16% 15% 15% - %
Leh Port CIVa 7 50% 49% 49%-1
Leh Valley Coal 11 4% 4% 4% + %
LehValCoal pf n 1 55 55 55 -9
LehVal Coal 2pf 3 12% 12% 12%+ %
Leh Valley R R 5 12% 12% 12%
Lehn & P 1.4C 2 29 29 29 + %
Leraer 8tra 1% 5 40% 40% 40%
Llb-O-P Olasa 1 4 67% 67 67%
Lib McN&L 60e 21 13% 13% 13% - %
Llggett&M B3a 3 97% 97% 97% + %
Lion Oil la 62 34% 33 33%+%
, Liquid Carbonic 7 36 35% 35% - %
I Liq Carb of 3% 1 117% 117% 117% - %
Lockheed Aire 2 24 32 31% 31% - %
Loev’a Inc 1 Via 11 39% 30% 38%-%
i LoneStarCemHe 5 08% 87% 87% - %
. Lorlllard P1 4 29% 29% 29%+ %
Lowenstetn & S. 73 39 36% 38%+2%
i LoUlgvIUtM 8.62 12 67% 66% 67%+1%
! M'ANDfcPl.lOe *3 41% 41% 41% - %
Mack Trucks 3g 8 70% 70% 70% - %
. Nlacy R H 1 80 5 56 55% 53% + %
I Mad Sq Oard la 1 60% 60% 60%-%
i Magma Uopr % 15 29% 28% 29% + %
i Maracaibo 07g 4 5% 5% 5%
Maracaibo Oil r 9 % % % + %
I Marine Mid 16e 27 9% 9% 9% + %
I 'Mark St Ry or 150 15% 15% 15% - %
i Marsh Pld I 20a 26 55 54% 54%
i Martin Olenr 3 8 38% 38 38 - %
I Martln-Pary 80 3 24% 24 24% - %
i Masonite i 3 71 70% 71 — %
i Mathleson Aik 1 12 34 33 33 -1%
i May Dept Strs 2 3 66% 66% 66% — %
i Maytag CO / 8 13% 13% 13% - %
i McCall core 2i 4 67% 67 67%
i McCrory Strs la 5 41% 40% 40% — %
i McGraw HlllV«e « 47% 47 47% - %
i McKess&R 1 80 5 51% 51 51 - %
■ McLellnStrs.SOa 4 32 32 32
I *MeadpfBww6%190 107% 107% 107%
Melville 8hoe 2 6 50% 50 50 - W
• Mantel Co 40a 2 31% 31% 31% +- %
• Mercb AUTrS 2 50 50 50
• Meats Mch 2% 3 60 59% 59% - %
• 'Met Ed Pi 3.90 30 109 109 109 + %
1 Miami Cop %e 3 16% 16% 16%- %
1 Mid-ContPet %e 16 41% 41% 41% - %
> Midland StlP 2 2 55% 54% 55%+ %
♦Midin 8tl 1st 8 70 161 160% 160% -1M
t Mlan-Hoovl la. 3 85 64% 64% -1U
Stock and Add Net
Dividend Rate. 00. High. Low. Close, chge.
tMin-Hn nf B 4 60 113 112% 113 + %
tMin-Hn of D 4 40 115 115 115
Minn Moline 7 15% 15 15 - %
Minn&StL R.v 4 1 71% 71% 71%-1%
MStP&SS A2Vae 7 19% 19% 19% - %
Minn M&M SO 11 41 40% 41 + %
Mission Cn 1 V4g 1 40% 40% 40%
Mo-Kan-Texas 3 14 13% 13%
Mo-Kan-Tex of 10 44% 43% 43% - %
Mohawk Caro 2 * 67 67 67
Monarch Mcb 2. 2 44% 44 44
Monsanto Ch 2a 3 162% 161% 161% -1%
Montem Ward 2 15 9S 97 97% - %
Moore McLIn 1 3 27 26% 26% - %
Motor Prod lx 2 29% 29 29 - %
Mueller Br 160 3 62 62 62 +1
Munsingwear n 2 26% 26% 26% - %
Murphy Q C V<e 6 46% 4S% 46% +1
♦Murphy pf 4% 10 112% 112% ll‘%
Murray Coro 10 17% 17 17 - %
MurrayCorp pt2 4 51% 50 50 - %;
NASH-KELV % 32 21% 21% 21% - %
Nat Acme 8 2 37% 37% 37%
Nat Airlines 6 75 24% 24% - %
Nat Auto P 30e 11 39% 19% 19% - »/a
Nat Aviatn 8%« 2 22% 72% 72% - %
Nat Battery 1 2 31 30% 30% - %
Nat Biscuit I 20 23 37% 36% 36% - %
NatBdAShBOa 2 32% 32 32
Nat Can 5 16% 16% 16%- %
Nat Cash Rac la 5 39% 39 39%+%
Nat Contalnr lb 4 33% 33 33%+ %
Nat Cyl Gas 80 9 22 21% 22 + %
Nat Dairy 140 4 44% 43% 44 - %
Nat Dent Stria 5 55 54 54%+%
Nat Distillers 8 49 75% 74 74% - %
Nat Enamel %e 1 53 53 53 +1
Nat QyDSum %« 15 29% 29% 29% + %
♦Nat Gyp pi 4% 10 106% 106% 106% + %
Nat Lead %a 10 36% 38% 36%+%
♦Nat Lead pf A7 10 203 203 203
Nat Linen Svc 1 2 30 30 30
NatMal&StlCast 2 33% 33% 33%+ %
Nat OH Pro ,30a 5 68 68 68
Nat Power* Lt 111 11% 10% 10%-%
Nat steel 3 4 86% 87 67 -1
Nat Sue Refl 40 11 37 36% 36% - %
Nat Supply 13 23% 22% 22% - %
'Nat Sup uf 4% 170 109 104% 104% - %
Nat Tea SO 2 38% 36 38/4 - %
NatVulcFi 40e 14 19% 19% 19%+ %
Natomas Co 60* 8 12% 12% 17%
Nehl Corp % 7 28% 28 78 - %
Newmont 1% 6 47% 47% 4714- %
Newportlnd 30 1 35% 35% 35%—1
tNportlnd pf4 V« 10 106 106 105 + %
Nwot N Shondl’a 4 79% 29 29 - %
NY Air Brake 8 1 59% 59% 59% - %
NY Cent RR le 68 76% 26% 7614- %
N Y Chi & St L 2 49% 49% 49% + %
NYC Omnibus 3 1 33% 33% 33%
N Y Dock 2 39 38% 39 + %
NY Shipbldg lie 10 22 71% 21% - %
No Am Aylat la 20 13% 13% 13%-%
No Am Co 1.35f 38 3614 36 36%-%
North Paciflc la 21 31% 30% 30%-%
Northwst Alr%f 16 46 45% 45% - %
♦Northwn Tel 3 _ 40 49% 49 49%
Norwich Ph 60 9 22% 21% 21% - %
OHIO OIL %a._ 43 27% 26% 26%-%
Oliver Core 1*.. 4 31% 31% 31%+%
♦Oliver of 4%. _ 60 117% 116% 117% + %
Omnibus Corel 5 15% 15% 15%+ %
♦Omnibus pf 8.. 40 118 118 118 -%
Oppenhelm %e 3 45 44% 44% - %
Otis Elevat .406 2 36 35% 35% - %
Owens-Ill Ol 2e 7 94% 93 94% - %
♦PAC COST 2V0 40 43 42% 43 - %
Pac Gas At El 3 33 45% 44% 45 -%
♦Pac TATI %e 1 148 148 148 + %
°ae Tin Com 10 8% 8V. 8% - %
Pac West Oil Viex 1 32% 32% 37% + %
Packard M 15* 66 9% 9% 9%
“an Am Air «'4e 93 20% 20 20 - %
PanhanEPt 3% 3 54% 54% 54%
Panh PAcR "0* 62 12% 17% 12% - %
“aramnuntPIc 3 25 79% 77% 78% - %
ParkAeTIlford 3 1 81 81 81 +3
“ark Utah I fie 12 6% 6% 6% - %
Parke Davls.60* 17 43% 43% 43%+ %
Parker-Ruitl % 2 32% 32% 32%+ %
Parmelee Trans 9 18% 18% 18%
Patino Mines Vie 5 21 20% 20%-%
Penlck Ac Ford 3 1 73% 73% 73%
Penney J C 35e 22 56 54% 56 +1%
Penn-Cent A V4« 16 38% 37% 37% - %
Penn CoalAcC It 1 14% 14% 14% +%
Penn-DIx Cemnt 3 28% 28% 28% - %
PennPAcLt 20e 13 26% 25% 25% - %
Penn R R le 16 42% 41% 42% - %
Peoples Dr 1.60 1 54% 54% 54% - %
PeoplesGLAtC4a 3 112% 112% 112% + %
Peps)-Cola 70a 30 33% 33% 33% - %
Pere Marauette 5 28 27 27 — %
Pere Marauet pf 2101 101 101
Petrol Corp 40* 2 12% 12% 12%
Pfeiffer Brew'-ie 2 14% 14 14%
Pfizer. Chas 1 48 67% 65% 66% - %
Phelps D* 160 9 44% 43% 43%-1%
•Phila Co 6 of 8 50 69% 69% 69% + %
♦Phil Co SB pf 6 10 114 114 114
Phila Elect 1 20 9 30% 30% 30% - %
Phila El SI pf 1 5 30% 30 30
♦Phila FI Df4 40 20 120% 120 120% + %
PhllAtRdfCAI'ie 2 15% 15% 15%
Philco Coro *0* 17 35 34% 34% -1
“hilip Mors 1 % 46 47% 46 47 - %
Phillips-Jones 1 31% 31% 31%-1
Phillips Petrol 2 21 67 66% 66% + %
Phoenix Hosiery 1 32% 32% 32% - %
♦ Pills Mills pf 4 70 108% 107% 107%
Pitts CkAtCh Vi* 8 12% 12% 12%-%
Pitt Cons Cl 40 11 25 24% 24%-%
Pitt Plate G1 80 11 42% 42 42 - %
Pitt Scr ft B 40 14 11% 11 11 - %
Pitts Steel 1 16% 16% 16% - %
♦Pitts Steel 6 pf 70 87 86 87 +1
Pittston Co 3 25% 25% 25% - %
Plymouth Olllb 4 25 25 25
Poor Ac Co B Vie 6 22% 22% 22%
Pressd Stl Car 1 12 24% 24 44% — %
ProcterfcOam 2 4 68 67% 67% -1%
Pub SreCol 1.65 7 39% 38% 38% -1%
Pub Stc N Vie 17 28% 28% 28% - %
♦Pub SvcKJ pf8 100 147% 147 147% + %
♦Pub SveNJ pfA 180 123% 122% 123% - %
♦Pub 8vcNJ 0f5 130 112 110% 110% - %
Pullman %e .. 9 64 63% 64 - %
Pure Oil 1 _ 16 27% 27% 27% + %
PurityBa 1 60a 2 36% 36% 36% - %
QUAKER SOI 5 23% 22% 23% + %
RADIO CP 20* 64 16% 15% 16
Radio Cp of 8% 2 93% 92% 92% +1%
Ra-Kth-O 1.20 334 76% 24% 24%-1%
Rayonler Inc 17 28% 78% 28% - %
Rayonier pf 2 2 37% 37% 37% - %
Reading Co 1 2 27% 27 77%
Reading 2 pf 2 1 44% 44% 44%
•Reis 1 st pf 10 110% 110% 110% -1%
Reliable Stores 1 3 42% 42 42% + %
Reliance M 20e 13 25% 25 75% + %
RcmingRan Bob 18 44% 43% 43%+ %
Reo Motors I Vi 2 29% 29 29 - %
Republic Ay %g 31 19% 19 19%-%
Repub Pictures 44 15% 15% 15% - %
Repub Piet pf 1. 3 18% 18% 18%
Repub Steell.. 37 33% 32Vi 33 - %
Revere Copper 14 26% 25% 26% - %
Reynolds Metl 1 3 38% 38% 38% + %
♦Rey Met pf 5% 100 127 125 125 -2
Reynolds Spring 1 22% 22% 22%+ %
ReynTobB 1,40a 19 44% 44% 44% - %
Rheem Mf* 1 . 8 27% 27% 27% + %
Richfield Oil %g 8 18% 18% 18% - %
Ritter Co la 2 42 41% 4i%- %
Roan Antelope 8 10% 10% 10%
Royal Type 60 6 28 27% 27%+ %
Ruberoid V4e . 2 55% 55 55% +1%
Ruppert fj) Vie 5 28 27% 27% - %
SAFEWAY ST 1 7 31 30% 31 + %
St Joseph Ld 2 4 63% 63 63% +1
^avaeeArms % 6 14% 14% 14% - %
Schenley Dlstl 2 33 78% 77% 77% - %
Scott Papr 1 SO 14 55 54% 53 - %
Seab Air L B R 4 32% 32% 3?% - %
Seaboard Oil 1 10 38% 37% 37% - %
sears Roebck la 4* 48 47% 47% + %
Seeger Sunbeam 9 20% 20 20 — %
Serve! Inc 16 20% 20% 20% - %
Shamrock 40 3 29% 29 29 - %
Sharon Steel 1 5 33% 33% 33% + %
♦Sharon «t) pf 6 70 105% 105% 105%
SharpeADhm %* 3 32 31% 32
Shattuck FOl 4 25% 25% 25% - %
♦Sheaffr Pen 2a 120 77 73 77 +7
ShelltJnOll lVi* 2 39 39 39 - %
Silver King Col 25 12% 12% 12% - %
SimmonsCo V«e. 5 52% 51% 51% - %
Sinclair 011 1... 36 19% 19% 19%-%
Skelly OH ?t .. 2 77% 77% 77%+1%
Sloss-Sheffleld.. 3 22 21% 22
Smith AOCtl. 5 75% 75 75% + %
SmlthACoron 2. 3 42% 42 42% 4- %
Soconv-Vae Via 64 17 16% 16% - %
So AmGAP.lOe. 14 6% 6% 6%
Sou P R But 3e 3 54% 54 54% 4- %
SoertGryLl.BOa 7 55 54% 55 +1
So Cal Edta tVi. 4 38% 38% 38% 4- %
So Nat Gas 1%. 36 30 29% 29% - %
So Pacific 4 20 60% 59% 59% — %
Southern Ry 8 22 55% 53% 53% -2
Southern Ry otB 2 84 83% 83% — %
Spaldlnx 40* 4 28% 28% 28% - %
SnarksWtth 20* 8 10% 10% 10%-%
♦Spear pf 6 Vi 20 98% 98% 98%
Spenc Kell 1 80 2 49% 49% 49% 4- %
Sperry Corp 2 13 32% 32% 32% - >4
Solegel Inc 9 34% 34% 34% - %
♦8016701014% 80 106% 106 106 — %
8quareDCo new 7 23% 23% 23% — %
SautbbASon %e 3 48% 48% 48%
♦SoulbbAS pf 4 20 114% 114% 114%
Std Brands 1 BO 10 52% 52% 52%
Std GsAE] $4 pf 19 51% 50% 51 + %
Std GsAFl Sfipr 6 135 135 VJ5 +1%
Std GAES7pr pf 3 145% 144% 144% - %
Stand Oil Cal 2 33 56 55 55% -1
Std Oil India 30 47% 47 47% - %
Std Oil NJ la 70 78% 77% 78% 4- %
Std Oil Ohio Vie 35 25% 25% 25% - %
Std Stl son* Vie 21 19% 19% 19% -%
Starrett L S 2 2 47 47 47 4%
Sterling Drug 2 8 58 57% 58 4- %
Stewart-WarViax 3 20% 20% 20% - %
Stokley-Van Cm 32 38 36 37% 4-1%
Stone A Web 1* 13 22% 22% 22% - %
Studebk Co Vie. 15 29% 29% 29%
Sun Chem .15* 20 21% 21 21%-%
Sunray Oil SO* 411 11% 10% 11% 4- %
Suniblne M 40 19 21% 21 21 - %
Superheater la 5 32% 32 32%
SuperSteel 1 SO 8 45 44 45 4-1%
Sweet* CoAm’i* 3 48% 48 48 — %
SwlftACo 1 BOa 5 38% 37% 37%
Swift Intnl 1 BO 6 34% 33% 33% - %
Sylvan El Pr la 15 37% 36% 36%-%
3ymln«Onld Vjr 41 13% 12% 12% - %
rELAUTGPH 40 3 11% 11% 11%
TennCornl 9 22% 21% 21%-%
Texas Co Sa 23 64% 63% 63% - %
TexGulf Pr.lSe 8 13% 13 13 -%
Tex Gulf Sul Sa 4 55% 54% 54% 4- %
TexPacCAOl 13 28% 27% 28 4- %
1 Tex Pac LT lAe 9 21 20% 20% 4- %
TexAPacR v2 Vi* 3 51% 50% 50%-1%
Thatcher Mr* . 4 43% 42% 43% 4-1%
The Pair 2 28% 28% 26% 4- %
1 bermold Co BO 5 15 14% 14% - %
♦Thermod pfSVi 10 60% 60% 60%
Third Ave Tran* 20 15% 14% 14% - %
1 Thompson P Vie 8 65 63% 65 4-1V4
1 tThomp Pr pf 4 50 109% 109% 109% - %
Thom-Starrett. 4 10 9% 9%
1 Thom-Starrpf. 1 50% 50% 50% - %
1 TldeWA 011.80a 25 23 22% 22% - %
1 nmk-Det Ax 2. 9 51% 51 51 - %
1 Tranaamer Via. 6 19% 19% 19% 4- %
i Trans A WstAlr * 51% 50% 50%-1%
I Tri-Cont Co.20* 19 11% 10% 10% - V4
1 20th Cen-Pox 8. 47 61% 60% 61 - %
Special Issues Given
Most Attention in
Slack Market Deals
By Victor Eubonk
Associated Press Financial Writer
NEW YORK, May 2 UP).—Buying
interest again was centered on spe
cial stocks today, while many mar
ket leaders contended unsuccessfully
with lfght offerings.
The coal strike, threatening wide
spread Industrial curtailment, con
tinued to chill bullish sentiment. Di
vidends, earnings and splitups re
mained as speculative and invest
ment props, as did the outlook for
further relaxation of OPA price con
trols.
Fractional variations ruled from
the start, although a few “thin” is
sues climbed several points. Deal
ings were slack throughout and quo
tations well mixed' near the fourth
hour.
In front most of the day were
Gimbel, Distillers Corp., Hiram
Walker, Sunray Oil, City Investing,
Woolworth, J. C- Penney, Great
Northern, Chesapeake & Ohio,
Goodyear, Douglas Aircraft and
American Telephone. R-K-O dipped
on talk of the Atlas Corp. dispos
ing of part or all of its holdings in
i this concern. Backward were War
ner Bros., Paramount Pictures,
United States Steel, Chrysler, Gen
eral Motors Santa Fe, New York
Central, Anaconda, North American,
Philip Morris, National Distillers
and Schenley.
i '■ ■■■■■' ■.' ■. ■ —
Sales—
Stock and Add Net
Dividend Rate. 00. High. Low. Close, chgc.
;OtbC-FI ofl ‘-4 7 75% 75% 75% - %
Twin City RdTt 9 22% 22% 22% - %
♦Twin CtJ pr2% 140 68 66 66 -3%
Twin coach 3 22 22 22 - %
CINDERWD %e 4 76 76 76
UnASBARub .70 6 20% 19% 20 - %
UnBagAP dOa 14 34% 34 34 -1
Un Carbide 8 .. 16 120 118% 118% -2%
Union Oil Cal 1. 12 28 27% 27%
Un Pacific 6 .. 4 156% 155% 155% -1%
Un Pacific of 4 3 114 114 114
Utd Air Lns tie. 63 40% 38 38 -2
Utd Aircraft 2« 35 29% 29% 29% - %
Unit Alrcft of 6 1 111 111 111 -1%
Unit Biscuit la 4 54% 54 54%+%
Unlt-CarP 1.20a 1 39% 39% 39% - %
Unit Cla Wh Str 42 15% 15% 15% + %
Unit Corp 90 5% 5% 5%
Unit Corp pf 21t 14 53% 52% 53% +1
Unit Drue 6 37% 37% 37%
Utd Elec Coal 1 3 19 18% 19
Unit EngAPdr 2 * 4 51 50 si +1
Utd Fruit 4 1 143 143 143 - %
UmtGasIm.flot 22 29% 29 29
UnllMAM) 20a 44 65% 63% 63% +2%
Utd Paperboard 6 14% 14% 14% - %
US A For Becur 7 29% 29% 29% - %
♦US A PrS otiVi 70 106% 106 106 - %
US Freight •/«« 1 22% 22% 22%
US Hoff Mch V,e 4 43% 43 43 - %
♦US Hoff pf 2% 50 85% 85% 85% - %
US Indus Ch la. 2 52% 51% 51%-1%
U8 Leather_ 1 11 11 11 - %
USLeetber AS. 3 37% 37% 37%- %
US Lines . 13 18% 18% 18% - %
US Llnee pf .70. 1 11% 11% 11% - %
US PlpeAFrl 60 1 36% 50% 56% - %
US P12WOO0 .80. 8 64 62% 63 - %
US RealAImp *. 4 3% 5% 3% - %
US Rubber 3 - 4 79% 79% 79%
US Rub 1 St pf 8 1 178 178 178 -2
US Smelt RAM 3 72% 72 72 -2
US steel 6 29 84 82% 82% -1
US Steel of 7. x 1 157% 157% 157% + %
US Tobaccol.20 13 27% 27 27%+ %
♦US Tobac pUV4 50 51% 31% 31% - %
Utd Stockrd v4* 1 8% 8% 8%
Unit Stra 2 pf 8 18 17% 17% - %
Unit Stre pf 4k_ 1118 118 118
Unlv-Crclops 1. 4 22% 22 22 - %
Unlv Lab 1 8 20% 20 20 - %
♦Unlv Leaf Tob« 60 103 103 103
Unlv Pictures 2 8 46% 45 45 -1
♦Unlv Pic pf 4 V4110 99% 99% 99%-%
VAN NORM V4e 9 25% 23% 25%
Vanadium %i 9 31% 31 31%
Vertient-C S Vi* 1 22 22 23
Vick Chemical 4 50 50 50 - %
♦Vicks SAP Pf 6 10 114 114 114 + %
Victor Chm 30* 2 47 47 47
♦VictorCh p!3Vi 10103 105 105 -a
Va CarollnChem 26 11 10% 10% + %
tVa-CarC 6pf3g 7 93 9U8 92% +1%
♦Va EAP $6 Pf5 30 123% 122% 122% + %
♦Virgin Rr pfl % 1 41% 41% 41% +1%
VlsklngCpA 1.69 2 50% 50 50 - %
WABASH 91 4% 2 75% 75% 75% - %
Waldorf Brat lw 3 20 20 20
Walcrgen 1.60 2 52 51% 51%-1%
Walker Hirm hi 7 114 113 114 +2%
Walworth %g . 19 18% 18 18%
Ward Bak ,l6e. l 14 14 14 - %
Warner B Piet 3 64 52% 51% 51% -1%
Warren Pndrr.. 3 44 43 44 +l
Warren Pet 80. 6 26% 26 28 - %
Wait) QasLt 1 % 1 33% 33% 33% + %
Webster fobeccc 7 14% 14% 14% - %
West Ind Bug le 6 43% 42% 43 — %
♦We Penn El p!7 50 120% 119% 120% + %
♦We Penn El pf« 20 111% 111% 111% - %
WV PulpAP *0e 9 48 48 48 - %
Weetern Air Lin 4 25% 25 25 — %
Western Md 4 10 9% 9% - %
West Pet 016 . 1 99 99 99 -1
West Un lei A 17 3o% 36 36 -1
West All Br %e 14 36% 37% 38 - %
Wstribse El 'is 67 34 33% 34 + %
tWsthseEl pf'/it 10 40 40 40 - %
Weston El .80* 2 41 41 41
Wesivaco 1.40 21 40 40 40
Wheeling Stl le 1 50% 50% 50%
tWheelStl prpI6 40 104% 104% 104%
White Motor lb 2 38% 36% 38% + %
White Sewing M 32 16% 15% 16% +%
WhiteSewM pr2 2 35% 35% 35%
WUeox Oil BO . * 11% 11% 11%
willrs-Overlnd. 14 23% 23 23%
WUsonACo BOe 39 17% 17% 17%
WUson-JtmeeHe 2 19 19 19 - %
Woodward Ir'/ie 3 45 45 45
Woolworthl.dOa 10 60% 59% 60%+ %
WorthingtnPl% 3 62% 62 62%+ %
WorPm cvprdVi. 1100% 100% 100%
♦Wright Aero fig 50 65 65 85 —2
Wrlaler W Jr 3. 1 77% 77% 77%-%
YORK CP .80.. 6 24 23% 23%-%
YoungSpgAW 1 2 30% 30% 30% — %
Younget SAT 2 4 70 69% 70
Youngit Stl Drl 3 26% 26% 26%
ZONITE .15e 8 13% 13% 13% - %
Hoerlr Sale* on the Baehang* Today:
11:00 a.m 220 000 I 2:UU noon 430 000
1:00 p.m 600 000 t:00voi 750 000
Approximate Total 1 OOO COO
'Unit ot trading, lu shares; sales printed
in full *ln Bankruptcy or receivership ar
being reorganised under Bankruptcy Act
or securities assumed by such companies
1 Rates of- dividend in the foregoing table
i are annual disbursement cased on the iat*
i quarterly or semiannual declaration On
less otherwise noted special or extra olvi
dends are not included x Ex dlvidenc
xr Ex rights a Also extra or extras, b Plus
stock dividend d Cash or stock e De
1 dared or paid so far this year f Payabiv
in stock, r Paid last year, h Payable in
Canadian funds k Accumulated dividends
paid or declared this rear, n New Issue
I
N. Y. Bond Market
SELECTED LIST OF ISSUES
(Furnished by the Associated Press.*
TODAY’S SALES
(Reported In Dollarsi
Domestic - 4 690 000
Forelsn . 430 000
0 S Govt 430 000
TREASURY. Close
2Vis 82-60 ... 106 IS
1 Vis 60 10118
2s 64-62 June 103 23
2%s 60-65.113 20
2 Vis 62-69 102 20
2'is 62-50 Dec 102 20
2 Vis 68-63 105 16
2V„s 72-67 Jun 103 18
2 Vis 72-67 Sep 107 18
2 Vis 72-67 Dec 103 18
NEW YORK Cl—*
3s 80 122%
FOREIGN Close
Antloq 7s 45 B 37%
Arnt4*is48 103V4
Australia 5s 65 109%
Braz .'Pis 4 ser 65%
Colombia 3s 70 67%
Denmark 6s 42 100
“eru 1'» its no 75
Rio deJ0Viso3st 43
DOMESTIC Close
Am T&T 2%s75 105
Am T&T 3s 66 152%
ATSF al 4s05 st 127%
AtlCoastL4Vis64H5%
B&O 1st m 48 102%
B&O 96 C . . 92%
B&O 2000 D - - 87%
B&O cv 60 73%
Bost Me 4'is 70 72
BufNlakE2Vis75104%
BufRoch&F57st 86%
Cent Ga 5s 59 C 27%
Cent Pac 6s 60 105%
CRRNJ5S87 45%
CBRN J 6sS7l 44
Chl&Alton.3s4f 60
Chi Gt Ws 4s 88 96%
Chi Ind&Lo5s66 20%
CM8tP4Vis2(ll0 98
CMS:P4%s204 4 82%
CMStP&P 4s 04 105
Chl&NW 4'isiiy 93
-RIP 4'if 00 34%
CRIP 4s 88 90%
’RIP rr 4s 34 64%
CTH&S In2 "i91 99%
Cln G# E 2%s75105%
ClnUnTr2n.is74 105%
CCCStL4'is77 95
ClevUnTM'/2s77105
Cons Ed 3‘/?s 48 101%
| Cons Ry 4 s 50 62
Del L&W4S2042 66
Dn&RG 4s 38 65V*
Dn&RG Ws 5s78 61
Gull St Ut 3s 69109V*
Houshld 274s70 102
Hud Coal 6S62A 84V*
Hud&M in 6f 67 387*
IC 4s 63 104
IC Omaha 3s51 103
ICCStLou 6*63A1017*
ICCStLo 4V*s63 98
Int ON 1st 6(62 86V*
Int HydroE18a44 98
Int Panel 5s 47 102
Int T&T »'4s 52102
int T&T 5s 5A 10574
KanCltySo 4s75l03V*
K Co ELP 6S97 183
ueh VI 6s2CHI3st 657*
Leh VI 4s 2IMI3 34
M-K-T Ist4s90 99V*
Mo Pac 5*4s 40 40
'lo Pac 5s 77 P 95V*
Mo Pac 5s 76 G 95V*
Mo Pac 5s 61 1 957*
Morrls&Esx5s55 79V*
Nat Steel 3s 65 1047*
N O Term 4s 53 1087*
NYC rl 6s 2018 9674
NYC 474s2013A 92V*
NYC con 4s 96 93V*
NYCHR 37*s 97 106
NY Edls 374s 65104
NYNH&H 6s 48 72V*
NYNH&H 4& 66 64
NYNH&H 4s 57 45
NYOW rf 4s92 237*
NY P&L 274(75 1041*
NorPac4V4s2047105T*
Nor Pac 4>*s 75 104**
Ohio Ed 274s 75 104
Pac T&T 2T4S85105V4
PennRR g4V«s83126>*
PenRR 4s 48 105»*
Reading 3V4« 951017*
StLBnPr 6s50 B *5
3tL8nPr 4**s76 45**
3tLSnP» 4»50 A 61**
3o i’ac 4*/aS 68 105*4
3o Pac 4**s 69 1C574
So Ry 6*,4s 56 122**
Jo Ry en 4s 56 105*4
i SWBellT1274s65105*4
il Third Ave 5s 6<* 77**
JThird Ave 4s 6(1 100*4
i West Un 5s 61 102>*
West Un As 66 103**
West Un 4*4(50 IPV4
i Wise Cent 4s 7 9 8774
* WiscEiPr3 ‘/2S68 107
N. Y. Curb Market
LIST INCLUDES ONLY SELECTED ISSUES
CHANCED FROM PREVIOUS CLOSE.
C.ose
Alreon MI* Co 12%
Am Cn Ml* .20* 16%
Am & F*n P wr. 3
AmG&FlBOa. 47%
Am Maracaibo 4%
AmPot&ChBlVa 42%
AmRepubllcstHg 22
Am Superpower 2%
Argus Inc 12%
Ark Nat Gas A 7%
Atlas Corp ww 11
Babcock&W i«e 60
Beaunit Mills 34
Berk&Gay Furn 5%
Blue Ridge HOg 5%
Brit Col Pwr B 4i%
Brown Rubber 10%
Bnk Hlll&S %a 23
Burma Ltd 2%
Burry Biscuit _ 10%
Calllte Tung 9
CanMarconl.04e 3%
Casco Products- 24%
Catalln Am 40 19%
Cent & S W Util 13%
Cities 8ervlce 36%
ClaudeNeon.OSe 7%
Colon Develop . S
Colts P F Arms 40
Com & Sou war %
Cons Biscuit 1.. 19
ContFd&Mb He 29
Creole Pet lVig 31%
Croft Brew ,05g 3%
Crown C Pet V«* 8%
CrownDru* 06e 8
CubanA8ugl%i 32%
DetMlchSto.30e 16%
East Gas&Fuel 7
East Sugar A pf 54%
Elec Bd&8hare 23%
Elliott Co 1 33
Equity Corp 3%
Fansteel Metal 34%
Fedders-Q 20e 14%
Ford C Can A 25
Gen Plywood 20%
Goldfield Cons 2%
GreenfT&D.OOg 23%
Rates of dividends
art annual dlsbursem
quarterly or aemlann
i less otherwise noted,
dend* are not tnclui
extra*, bplus stock
stock... e Declared dr
f Payable in stock *
able ' In .Canadian f
dividends paid or doe
issue, ww with wi
warrants
I _
Hum-Ross .40a 19%
Hydro Elect Sec 7%
Int Petrol hi . 20*%
Int S Raz B.lOe 6%
Kingston Pr.20. 8
Kirk LGM h 04. 1*M»
KobackerStr.54 17%
LanstonMon */4e 19
Lefcourt Realty. 11
Long Island Ltg 2%
McWlll Dredge 20%
Memphis NQV„* 8%
Mercant Strs 1 30
Mid W Corp Vie 28%
Miller-Wohl 1.40 33
MinlngCorpCan 8%
! Monogram Piet 10
MorrlsPlan lOe 9
Natl Bell H 07g 7%
Nat Rub Meh 1 21%
Nlagra Hud Pwr 13%
No Am Lt & P 10%
Paeifie Can Vi . 15%
Pan Am Air wr 8%
Pantepec Oil 64 12%
Pennroad v2g 8
Pltney-Bow.40a 13
Prem Gold Ole 2%
Producers Corn 2
R-K-O opt war 10%
Raytheon Mfg . 24%
Rotary Elec 8tl 43%
St Lawrence Ltd 7%
St Reels Paper.. 11%
8cblfT Co 1 41%
Solar Alrcrft.60 23%
Soss Manuftg % 12%
Sou Royal .10e 17%
Sterchl Strs la 47
Sterling Eng 30 7%
Texon O Sc L 40 10*%
Textron Inc Vie 21%
Transwest Ola 65
Trl-Contl ww 4%
Udylite Cp .34e 14%
Unit Corp ww 1%
U 8 Poll B 40e 23%
Unit WallP 15g 10*%
Utah PAL 30e 24
Wright-Hg h.20 4%
in the foregoing table
>enta based on tne last
lual declaration Un
apeeial or extra divi
ded. a Also extra or
dividend, d Cash or
paid ao fir this year
Paid last year h Pay
unda. k Accumulated
land this year, n New
arrant*, xw without
Chicago Grain
CHICAGO. May 2 MV—Wide fluctua
tions characterized trading In the May
rye contract today. At times the price
w more than 2 cents below the ore
ceding close, but the contract rallied
sharply toward the end of the session
and moved well above yesterday’s finish.
Strength at winniDeg was a factor in the
IMe Upturn.
Oats, which were weak early on wide
spread rains throughout the Midwestern
corn and oat belt, Armed In symoathy
with rye In the late trading. There was
no activity In other cereal deliveries.
May rye closed at the day’s hiah. up
ihe full 5-cent limit permitted in one
day's trade at 82.67V Oats finished %
lower to ’/< higher: July. S3. Wheat, com.
barley and deferred rye deliveries were
unchanged at ceilings.
WHEAT— Open. High. Low. elose.
! July _ .... ___ 1.83%
Sept._ _ 1.83%
Dec. _ 1.83%
May.
1947 ... _ ___ 1.83%
CORN—
May .. ... ... 1.21%
July _ — — 1.31%
Sent. __ 1.31%
OATS—
May _ .83 .83 .83 .83
July _ .83 .83 .83 .83
Sept. — .81% .81% .81% .81%-%
Dec. ... .81% .81% .81% .81%-%
RYE—
May _2.82% 2.67% 2.60 2.67%
July _ 1.48%
Sept.- — — — Mil4
Dec. 1.48%
BARLEY—
May _ 1.26%
July _ 1.26%
SePt.__ 1.26%
Dec. __ _ ’_ 1.26%
Market Averages
STOCKS. 30 15 15 60
Indst. Rails. Util. Stks.
Net change —.0 —.6 —.1 —.5
Today close_ 106.4 46.7 54.5 ,9.1
Prcv day _ 107.0 47.3 54.6 79.6
Week ago _106.6 46.0 54.1 78.8
Month ago._106 8 47.8 54.0 7 9.5
Year ago _ 86.8 40.9 43.3 65.1
1946 high_108.8 51.0 7,4 s 80.5
1946 lew 96.1 44.1 50.0 72.2
BONDS. 20 10 10 10 10 Low
Rails. Indst. UU1 Fgn Ylelu
Net change unc. J-.1 unc. —.1 —.1
T’day close 1 03.4 103.7 107.5 ,8.9 118.6
Prev. day 103 4 105.6 107.5 79.0 118.7
Week aso 103.8 103.6 107.o 78.7 119.1
Month ago 106.8 104.7 108.2 77.8 120.2
Year ago lOO.O 104.7 107.7 73.3 117.5
1946 high 106.it 105.2 109.5 T9.0 120.2
1946 low 103.4 103.6 107.5 75.7 118.0
(Compiled by the Associated Press.)
1 ■ i
Washington Exchange •
SALES.
Washington Oas S4.25 pfd.—S at 110%. ,
Washington Railway Sc Electric pfd.—10 .
at 128. 5 at 128. ‘
Woodward Sc Lothrop common—10 at 81% ,
Washington Railway Sc Electric pfd.—7 ■
at 128%.
Riggs National Bank common—2 at 380. :
BONDS.
PUBLIC UTILITY. ]
Bid Asked
Am Tel Sc Tel cv db 3s 1958 152% -i
Cap Traction 1st 6s 1947 lo3%
Cap Transit 1st rf 4s 1946 105'% 108%
CLy Sc Suburban 5s 1948 109 ...
Georgetown Oas 1st 5s 1981 125 _
Pot ElePPow 3%s 1968 105 -
Pot Elec Pow 3%s 1977 112 _
Wasl lngton Gaa 5s I960 129 _
Ter Rf Sc W CP 1st 4%s 48 103% _
STOCKS.
’ PUBLIC UTILITY.
Amer Tel Sc Tel (91 __ 194
Capital Transit (2) _ 39 40
N & W Steamboet It4) .. 210
Pot Elec Power 6% pfd (6) 113
Pot El Pw 5%°t old (5.50) 110
Wash Gas Lt com (1.501 33% 34%
Wash Gas Lt cm pfd (4.25)*110% -
Wash Oas Lt cu cv pf (4.60)*110% -
Wash Ry & E! com ia9.00 ) 800 -
Wash Ry Sc II Pfd (5) 127% ....
BANK AND TRUST COMPANIES
Amer. Sec & Tr Co. (10).. 323 340
Bank of Bethesda t ♦ .76)_39 _
Capital (.80) _ 30%- -
Com Sc Savings (ylO)_ 600 _
Liberty <t7> .. _ 246 -
Lincoln (h5) _310 _
Natl Sav Tr (8) _. _315 -
Pr Georges B Sc Tr (tl)_28
Riggs (12) - _ 375 385
Union Trust Co. (t3.00).„ 150 165
Washington (8) ... 170 -
Wash Loan Sc Trust <e8> 345 __
FIRE AND TITLE INSURANCE.
American (t6) _ 150 -
Columbia (k30) - 15 -
Hrem,-.s (140) 33 -
National Union (.75). 14% -
Real Estate (t6) 188 -
MISCELLANEOUS
Carpel Corp (2) 49
Garflncke) com. (1.60) 58 61
□arflnck 5%% cu pf (1.375) 2<% 2*
Hecht Com. (1.20) 4:;% 4o%'
Hecht 3% 77 cum pfd. (3.75) 106%
Lan.ton Mono (new) (11 19%
Mcrsenthaler Lino ial) 7/ 79
Natl Mtg & Inv Pfd (p 40) 7 Vi
Peoples Drue SI com (1.00) f>)% -
Security Stcmse ' 4 ( 95 -
Ter Ref & Wh Corn (3) . 58 -
Wdwd Sc Loth com <p2.30>. 80 -
Wdwd * Lothrop Dfd (7> 125
•Ex dividend (Pius e”.tra. a Pan so
far this year e 2% ext-a 13% extra,
i h $5.00 extra k 10c extra, p Paid in
11946. y SI 0.00 extra.
Dividends Announced
NEW YORK, May 2 UP).—Dividend* an
nounced:
Accumulated.
Pe- Stic, of Pay
Rate. rlod. record, able.
Oen Stl Cast pf.._ $1.50 „ 5-10 5-21
Extra.
Federal MotuI_ 15c 5-31 6-10
Loblaw Oroc A_12'/ic __ 5-7 6-1
Do B. 12'/4c — 5-7 6-1
Increased.
BrUtoI Myers . 60c __ 5-15 6-1
Lindsay Lt A Che®-- 20e 5-10 5-24
Sterling Drug . 50c 5-15 6-1
Irregular.
Keystone Cust Pd S 2 34e 4-30 5-16
Increased.
Allied Stores 50c __ 6-27 7-20
Brach. E J A Sons 50c __ 6-15 7-1
Brach. E J A Sons 50c -- 6-15 7-1
Regular.
Anheuser-Busch _ $1 .. 5-23 6-7
Int’l Prod .25c 5-15 6-1
Magor Car _20c 6-14 6-28
Va Coal A Iron_ ¥1 Q 5-15 6-1
Atlas Powder _50c - 5-28 6-10
Ct Aria Lt A Pw 15c Q 5-10 6-1
Cincinnati Mill Mach. 35c .. 5-10 6-1
Cleve Elec Ilium_ 50c 6-5 7-1
Dravo Corn_25c Q 5-4 6-15
Dumont Elec _15c . 5-15 6-1
Federal Mogul _30c Q 5-31 6-10
Houston Lt A Pow_90c Q 5-20 6-10
Indiana Stl Prod.25c 6-15 6-1
Loblaw Oroc B_25c Q 5-7 6-1
Mohawk Carpet_50c __ 6-24 6-8
Phelps Dodge.--40c — 6-24 6-10
Commodity Prices
NEW YORK, May 2.—The Associated
Press weighted wholesale orice index ot
35 commodities today advanced to 116.85.
Previous day. 116.81: week ago. 118.87;
month ato, 117.13; year ago. 108.68.
1946. 1945. 1944.
High 117.40 112.81 10X.73
Low _. 112.02 107.90 106.03
(1926 average equals 100.1
i — - - --
I
I
MORTGAGE
% LOANS
..j. ,/r
■ *■ .Favorable Rate
r‘ . -«s„'
TIBET DEED or TBUBT ONLT
GEORGE I. BORGER
643 urfltn An. N W
Nst’l 0336
New York Cotton
NEW YORK, Mar 2 Mb.—Cotton future*
moved over a wida • ranee in moderately
active dealings today, reflecting confusion
over the outcome of price control legisla
tion. Nervous commission house liquida
tion and hedging by holder! of cotton who
were disturbed over price prospects de
pressed the market almost a SI .00 a bale
In early deallnn but the market subse
quently rallied to temporary gains of 30
cents a bale before slipping partially on
trade aelllng. Spot cotton markets were
quiet.
Late afternoon prices were 25 to *5
cents a bale lower. May. 27.35; July,
27.38. and October. 27.41.
The m»rl:et rallied sharply Into n-v
high ground for the dav on mill buying
and short covering which met a scarcity
of offerings.
Futures closed 43 to 80 cents a bala
higher.
Open. High. Low. La~t.
May_ 27.40 27.58 27.20 27.58
July_ 27.411 27.87 27.30 27.58-57
Oct._ 27.38 27.82 27.32 27.80-63
Dec._ 27.38 27.05 27.63 27.85
Mar._ 27.42 27.87 27.34 27.87
May _ 27.41 27.50 27.33 27.64n
Middling spot. 28.14n.
n Nominal.
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perience and personnel we can
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Mortgage Loan a
m fl
On iapxoved property in th* *
SsSTet or nearby Meryl*.* ■
You aake the seee «
payaent eaeh aonth |jj
Bach aonth, interest H
paid decreases and §■
principal payaent fif
increases f|j
COMPANY
Loan Correspondent
I 1001 15th St.
This is under no circumstances to be construed as an offering of this Stock for sale, or as an offer to buy, or as a
solicitation of an offer to buy, any of such Stock. The offer is made only by means of the Prospectus.
a
New Issue
900 Shares
TACA AIRWAYS, S. A.
(Incorporated under the law. of the Republic of Palana)
Capital Stock
(Par Valno par there —$5 currency of the United State* of Anoriot)
*
Price $15.50,per share
Copies of the Prospectus ore obtainable from the undersigned.
Hallgarten & Co. G. H. Walker & Co.
E. W. Clark & Co.
Auchincloss, Parker & Redpath Johnston, Lemon & Co.
May 2, 1946.

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