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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, October 25, 1946, Image 19

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Capital Transit Net
Reduced to $26,067
During September
By Edward C. Stone
Net income of the Capital Transit
Co. during September totaled $26,
067.57 against $77,257.11, a year ago,
a decline of $50,649.54, or 65.6 per
cent, the company reported, to the
Public Utilities Commission today.
Operating revenues were $31,780,
or 1.5 per dfent under last year and
operating expenses increased by
$295,675, or 21 per cent. Taxes,
however, were $252,511 lower than
in September, 1945, a 58 per cent
drop.
The number of revenue passengers
carried on the cars and buses totaled
32.794,970, an increase of 495,313, or
1.5 per cent.
Net income in the first nine
months of the year was only $111,946,
or 10.8 per cent, under the like
1945 period.
Operating income, after a reduc
tion of $619,192 in expenses, was
$136,350, or 9 per cent under last
year.
There was a saving of $2,904,444
In taxes, or 53.4 per cent, compared
with last year’s payments.
Revenue passengers numbered
307,562,260, a drop of 7,213,137, or 2.3
pei cent.
Advertising Drive Launched.
The American Newspaper Adver
tising Network has launched an
active selling program, Edward D.
Madden, executive vice president
and general manager, announced
today.
To support sales operations, the
network has released in the business
press a two-page statement entitled:
"This is w'hat national advertisers
have been w'aitipg for * *
The Washington Star, Evening
and Sunday, is a basic member of
the network in its central group.
Four D. C. Residents Honored.
Four Washington residents were
among 119 employes of the Rust
Engineering Co. honored at a dinner
last night at the University Club in
Pittsburgh.
Miss Mary E. Keith, secretary in
the Washington office and with the
firm 28 years, was presented a watch.
Rudolph Unfug, manager of the
roller brick division in Washington,
was presented at watch for 27 years'
service.
G. P. Manderfield, superintendent,
Woodbridge (Va.) Clay Products
Co., got a diamond pin for 23 years’
service, and R. E. Butler, vice presi
dent of the Rust concern, a gold pin
lor 16 years with the company.
Financial District Comment.
Delegates to the convention of
the United States Savings and Loan
League in Milwaukee November 18
22 will be named at the meeting of
the District Building and Loan
League Tuesday evening at Hotel
2400. Curt Mack, FHA, will be the
speaker.
Walter A. Taylor, former professor
of architecture at Syracuse Univer
sity, has been appointed director of
education and research for the
American Institute of Archiects. He
• will reside in Washington.
On the Washington Stock Ex
change today 92 shares of Capital
Transit changed hands at 30, Mer
genthaler sold at 57 hi on a 50-share
. ale and Woodward & Lothrop com
mon moved at 67tj.
Business Briefs
Retail Trade in the last week was
above the preceding week and
averaged 21% to 25% above a year
ago — Dun & Bradstreet. Higher
prices and demand for some com-]
modifies boosted dollar volume.
Money in Circulation declined to
*28,585,000.000 on October 23, a
Irop of $12,000,000 from a week
earlier, but $611,000,000 above a
ear ago—Federal Reserve Board.
Douglas Aircraft Co. declared a
dividend of $2.50 a share, payable
November 23. raising the fiscal
vear's payments to $7.50 vs. $5 in
the previous year. Profit for nine
months ended August 31 was $3,
i54,142 or $5,26 a share vs. $4,921,
J0Q.or $8.20 a year ago.
inited States Playing Card Co.
deflared an extra dividend of $1.50
and a regular quarterly of 50 cents,
raising 1946 payments to $6.50 vs.
S3 in 1945. The extra is payable
December 1; the regular, January 1.
Texas Co. earned $50,360,115 or
~,4 48 in nine months ended Septem
lefi 30 vs. $39,028,476 or $3.47 a year
go: An the September quarter, $20,
791,385 vs. $12,144,113.
American Home Products Corp.
;rofit for nine months ended Sep
ember 30 was $6,449,187 or $5.47 vs.
3>43,718 or $3.60 in the same 1945
,period.
Charles Pfizer & Co. net for nine
months ended September 30 was $9.
311.967 or $6.29 vs. $1,386,010 or 92
cents.
Youngstown Sheet & Tube Co.
earned $4,871,852 or $2.91 a share in
rhe September quarter vs. $1,627,080
or 97 cents a year ago.
Standard Brands, Inc., profit for
nine months ended September 30
was $8,821,486 or $2.56 vs. $7,190,037
or $2.06.
Hudson Bay Mining & Smelting
Co. earned $6,167,302 or $2.24 in
nine months ended September 30
vs. $4,253,156 or $1.54.
Corn Products Refining Co. net
for nine months ended September
30 was $5,592,283 or $1.70 vs. $6,
099.088 or $1.90.
Texas Gulf Sulfur Co. earned $4 -
249,886 or $1.11 in the September
quarter vs. $2,679,980 or 70 cents.
C. I. T. Financial Corp profit for
nine months ended September 30
was $3,400,417 or 95 cents vs. $5,
005,692 or $1.40.
American Radiator & Standard
Sanitary Corp. net for nine months
ended September 30 was $3,221,471
or 30 cents vs. $3,748,149 or 35 cents.
Baldwin Locomotive Works earned
$4,672,046 or $2.40 in 12 months
ended September 30 vs. $3,440,296 or
$1.75 in the previous year.
Air Reduction Co. net for nine
months ended September 30 w’as
$3,067,535 or $1.12 vs. $3,938,185 or
$1.44.
Anchor Hocking Glass Corp.
earned $4,211,604 or $5.49 in 12
months ended September 30 vs. $1,
955.958 or $2.37 in the previous year.
Kimberly-Clark Corp. profit for
nine months ended September 30
was $2,789,338 or $2.04 vs. $1,917,
979 or $1.31 in the same 1945 period.
American Chicle Corp. earned $2,
163,836 or $5 in nine months ended
September 30 vs. $2,122,486 or $4.90.
Simonds Saw & Steel Corp. net
for nine months ended September
30 was $2,240,055 or $4.50 vs. $946,
467- or $1.90.
Lehigh Coal & Navigation Co.
earned $1,892,408 or 98 cents in nine
months ended September 30 vs. $1,
495,262 or 77 cents.
Skbafp & Dohme, Inc., profit for
the September quarter was $922,037
or 91 cents vs. $534,962 or 42 cents.
Nati^ial Cash Register Co. earned
$1,315,739 or 81 cents in nine months
ended September 30 vs. $1,993,712
or $1.22.
N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE
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dales—
Stork and Add * Net
Dividend Rate. 00. High. Low. S:30. chge.
ABBOTT LABha 3 73% 73% 73%+ %
A C F-Brlll Mot 6 9% 9% 9%
Adams EXD 20e 6 15 14% 15
Addressoc l.lOe * 30 29% 30 + %
Admiral Cp Vse 43 10% 10% 10% - %
Air Reductlonla 20 37 36% 36%+ %
Alaska Juneau 3 5% 5% 5% - %
Aldens Inc 1.20 5 27% 27 27% - %
Alleghany Corp 27 4% 4 , 4%
Alleghany Cp Pf 6 34% 33% 34 - %
Alleghany pr Pi 1 56% 56% 56% -1%
Alleg LudlumS 2 7 43% 42% 43 — %
Allen Indust %g 3 22 21% 21% — %
Allied Chero 8 .. 3 158 157% 1573/. -1%
Allied Mills le 2 32 31’% 31% - %
Allied Stores 2 17 37% 36% 37% + V.
Allied Store Pi 4 1 102% 102% 102% - ’%
Allis Chaim 1 HO 24 35% 345% 35 + %
Allis ChM pi 3 Vi 3 9 5 943% 943% _ i%
Alpha PCl’.e 2 31>% 31% 31’% -1%
Amalc Leather. 3 7 6% 6% - %
Amerada Pet 2 2 73 71% 71%-1>%
Am Airlines 70 103% 10% 10% - %
AmBankN l.loe 4 28% 28 28 -%
♦ Am Bnk N pi 3 20 78 78 78 +1
Am Brake 8h 2. 9 39 38 38J% - »/.
Am CabiedtRsd. 12 6% 6% 63%
Am Can 3 . 8 82 81'% 81'% - %
Am Car&Fdy Ce 6 48 47% 47%
Am CarAF pi 7 1 108 108 108 + %
Am ChACbl 1.40 4 243% 24% 24%-%
♦ Am Ch&C pi 6 1 1073% 107% 1073% + %
*Am Chicle 4a 110 133 131 131 -2
Am Colortype 1. 1 20 20 20
Am Expt L 1.20. 7 20 19% 20 + %
Am * Frn Pwr 16 6% 6 6% + %
Am&F P S7pf7k 4 106% 105% 105% -2%
Am A F P 2d pi. 8 «2 21% 21%+%
Am Hawaii 8 3 1 39 39 39 - %
Am Hide&Leath 1 7% 7% 7% - %
AmHomePr 3.60 6 99 97% 97%
Am Ice Vie .7 9% 9% 9% + %
Am Interntl 20e 2 11 10% 11
Am Locoml 40a 20 26 25% 26 + Va
Am Mch&Fd 80 8 24% 23% 24 - 3%
Am Meta) 1 « 25% 25 25% - %
AmMeiasses HOa 2 13% 123% 13%
Am News Cole. 1 35% 35% 35%+ %
Am Power & Lt 20 12% 12% 12’% + %
AmP&L 6pI4'/ik 3 115'% 115 115 +%
AmPAL 5pI33.k 2 105 105 105 -1%
Am RadASn 40 18 14% 14'/. 14% - %
Am Roll Mill ’ie 52 34% 33% 33’%+ %
'Am EM pi 4 Vi 80 105 104% 10434 - %
Am Salety R J 7 15% 15'% 15%
Am Smel.&R 2a 12 52'% 51’% 513a - %
'Am SAR Pi 7 50 167 167 167 — %
Am Snuff 2 .. 1 373% 373% 37»%
Am Stl Found 2 11 31% 30% 30'%— %
Am Stove 1.20 * 24% 24 24 -1
Am Sugar Rel2e 1 42 42 42
Am Tel A Tel 9 . 26 1723% 170>% 1713% -1%
Am Tobacco 9a. 2 783% 78% 78'« — 1%
Am Tobac B 3a 2 82% 82 82% - '4
»Am Tob Pi 6 150 158’% 157 157% - %
Am Viscose 2 9 54'/. 53% 53’% - %
Am Water Wks 60 14% 14% 14>% - %
Am Woolen 12e 44 52% 51 52 — %
Am wool Pl 7 _. 13 164 162% 164
Am Zinc LAS_ 2 8 8 8
Anaconda 2% 36 37% 36% 363% - 3%
Ander-Prich O 1 1 16% 16% 16% — %
A P W Products 3 5% 5 5
Archer-Can.80a 3 35 34% 35 +1%
Armour &• Co 28 12% 12% 12%
Armr pr pi OVik 1 120 120 120 — %i
ArrnstrongCk la 2 47 46% 46% — %!
Artloom Co 40 2 15 15 15 — %j
AssdDryGd 9(le. 5 21 20% 20’%+ %!
tAsso DG 1st 0 10 135% 135% 135% +1 !
A T F Inc Vie 2 16% 16 16 - % .
Atch T & S F 0 15 87 85% 86%
Atl Coast Line 4 8 52% 51 51% +1%
Atl G&WTnd 3g 2 34% 34% 34% + %
Atl GArW In plo 1 78% 78% 78% +2%;
Atl Refining 1 Vi 11 36'% 36 36 — %
*Atl Refine pi 4 2 117 1163,4 1163%— >4
tAtlRef PIB3 00 20 105% 105% 105% + %
Atlas Corp 1 Vi.. 14 23 23 23 — '%
Austin Nichols 1 13% 13V. 13% - %
Auto Canteen 1 6 20% 19% 19% — %
Autocar Co 2 203. 20% 20V. — %
AvlationCp ,20e 40 7 6% 6% — %
Aviation si 2 V* 8 45V. 45% 45V* — %
BALD LOCO He 19 20* * 19%. 20 - %
Balt Ac Ohio 83 133. 13 13% - % j
Balto At Ohio of 13 22% 20% *1% - %
'Bang Ar Ar of 5 20 66% 66% 66% — %)
Barber Asphlt 1 6 52% 52 52% + %
Barker Bros la. 1 29 29 29
Barnsdall Oil 1 13 23% 22% 23% - V*
BathlrWks 3*/ae 1 20V* 20% 20% + %
BeatFoods 1.40a 6 50 50 50 —1%
Beech Aircraft 22 14 13% 13% — %
Bell Aircraft 1 e 4 19% 19% 19% — %
Bell Ac Howell H 3 18% 17% 17% - V,
BendlxAvlVie 31 31% 30V* 31 — %
Beneficial 1.20a 5 26% 26 26
Best* Co 1(10 3 32*4 32% 32% - %
Best poods 120 7 25% 25 25%-%
Beth Steel 6 23 95% 94 95%+ %
Beth Steel Pf 7 2 155% 155 155% - %
BlackAtDeck 2a 1 34% 3434 34% - %
Blaw-Knox .60a 10 17V* 17 17%
BUasEW 17 19% 19 19% - %
Bliss E W pf 2 V* 3 40% 40 40% - % |
'Bloomdle 1,57e 40 38% 38% 3B% -1 I
Boeine Alrp 1 e. 7 22% 22 22 -%l
'Bon Aral A 4.. 30 101% 101% 101%
Bond Stores2.1 5 32% 32% 32%-%]
Borden lHe 6 48 47% 48
Borg-Warn 1 60 16 42% 42 42% - %
Bors-Wr pf .Hi 100 103 103 103
Boston Ac Me 10 5% 5% 5% + %
Bower RBlVie 1 49 49 49
Branifif Air 60 6 16% 16% 16% - %j
BrewerCpAm'l'i 1 87 87 87
Brldgept Brs .60 6 16 15% 15% - %:
Briggs Manufe 2 7 32 ‘31% 32
Bristol My 2.40 1 49% 49% 49% - %
BklynUGas 1 60 13 27 25% 25% -1%
'Brown S pf3.60 10 103% 103*4 103%
Brumwk-Balk 1 15 22 21% 22 + %
Bucyrus-Er 45e 12 15% 15% 15% - %
BuddCo 24 1134 11% 11% - %
»Budd C* pf 5 200 71% 70% 71*4
Buf Ng E Pf3.60 3 102V. 102% 102V. - %
Bullard Co 2 23% 23% 23%
BulovaW.trh 2a 1 39 39 39
Burling Mills 1 a 17 19 18% 1834 — %
'Burling M Pf 4 10 106 106 106 + %
Burr Add M 60 23 15% 15% 15%
Bush Term .T6e 2 7% 7% 7% — %
Butler Br l.Ofte 3 23% 23% 23% ~ %
Bvers AM CoVir 1 16% 16% 16V* + Vi
'Byers A M pf 7 50 100 100 100
Byron Jack la 2 23 23 23
CAL PACK 1H 8 31% 31% 31% - %
Callanan Zinc 16 3% 3% 3%
Cal Ac Hecla .15e 8 634 6*/* 634 + %
Campbell Wv3/«e 11 26 2434 25%+1 j
Can DrrGA 15e 21 14% 1« 14 - % j
Canad Pac 1 Vie 66 13% 1234 13% - >/* ’
Cannon Mills 2e 3 60 60 60
Cap Adm A 40g 1 12% 12% 12%
Carrier Corp 10 16 15% 16
irlerCorp Pf2 2 36 3534 36 + Vi;
CarrlersAtG 20a l 6% 6% 6% + %
CaseJICo2e_. 5 36 35*/* 35%—1
'Case J I pf 7 _ 10 155 155 155
Caterpillr Tr 3. 3 63 62% 62% —1V4
Celanese Corp 8 21 20% 21 — %
Celanese 1st 4% 1 105% 105% 105% + %
Celotex Corp 1 a 11 26% 2534 2534- %
CentAkUlrre 1H 2 22% 22% 22% + *4
Cent Foundry 7 9*4 9% 9% - %
CenHGAcE 51 e 7 9V. 9% 9% + %
Cent R R N J • 5 9 9 9+%
Cerro de Pas 2 2 34 34 34
Certain-teed 30e 40 18% 17 17V. + %
Champ Pap *«e 4 24% 24% 24%
ChesCpVa 80 2 22% 22% 22%
Ches Ac Ohio 3 30 51% 50% 51% — %
CblcagoCorpVie 6 8% 8% 8% — %
Chi Ac East 111 13 634 6% 6%
Chi At E 1*1 Ale 8 12% 12 12% + %
Chi Great West 5 7% 7% 7%
Chi Grt West pf 11 14% 133. 14 + Vi;
Chi IndAtL Act 10 834 8% 8*4 + %
Chi IndAtL B ct 2 4% 4% 4% + %
Chi M SP4P.C 83 1334 13% 13% - %
ChlMSPAtF nf5e 30 35% 34% 35
Chi & Nor West 13 38V. 18% 1834
Chi AC NW at 6 42 41% 41% — %
ChiPneuTool 34e 1 19% 19% 19% - Vi
ChiPneuT$8Df3 2 48% 48 48 - %
ChiCkasha Oil _ 3 15% 15% 15% — %
Childs Co • « 8% 8*4 8*4 - ‘4
Chrysler CorD 3 37 79% 78*4 79*4+ >41
CinG&Elec 3.'>e 20 27% 27*4 27*4+ ‘41
CinMUMrhl.OBe 8 24 23*4 24 + %
C I T Finance 2 21 39*4 38 38%-1*4
City Ice&F 1 60 4 30% 30*4 30% + >4 I
City Invest 2 10% 10*4 10*4 — *4
♦City Inv pi B'4 20 92 92 92 -1*4
City Stores ,90e 3 19 18*4 18*4 — *4
Clark Eauipmt 3 2 48 47 47 -1
♦Clev E 111 pf4 *4 10 117*4 112*4 112*4+ ‘4
Clev Graph B 2 2 56 56 56 —1
Climax Mol 1 20 20 21*4 21 21 - *4
Clinton Ind 1 60 7 33*4 32*4 33*4+ *4
Cluett-Pebody 2 5 44*4 44*4 44*4 — %
Coca Cota 3a 3 136 136 136 —4
'Coca-Cola A 3 10 64 64 64
Colgate-F-P 2a 5 49*4 48*4 48% — %
Col Fuel&Ir 45e 35 11% 11 11*4— *4
Col Fuel&Ir of 1 2 16% 16*/e 16*/a
'Colo & South 70 15% 15% 15*4
Col BcastAl 30e * 30% 30*4 30*4 -1
Col G & E .30e 61 9*4 9 9*4
ColumCarb 1 60 2 35*4 35*4 35*4 — *4
Col&SO E 1 80e 31 41 40 40% + ‘4
Cornel Credit 2 17 39*4 37% 38 -1*4
tComl Cr PI3 60 20 109% 109*4 109*4 + *4
ComclSoivn.fiOa 7 21% 21% 21%
Comwl Edta 1.40 27 32*4 31% 31% — *4
Comwl & South 102 3*4 3% 3*4
Com&S nf 9*4k 8 122*4 122 122
Conde Nast *4e 1 15 15 15
Congoleum-N la 7 27% 27 27 — *4
ConsCopper.lOe 11 6*4 5% 5% — %
Cons Edlsn 1 60 20 27 26% 26% + *4
Cons Edlsn pf 6 5 107 106% 106%
Cons Grocers 1 11 21% 21*4 21*4+ *4
Cons RRCuba Df 10 21*4 20% 21*4—1*4
ConsRet St 1 60 1 19% 19% 19%
Cons Vultee 2 13 19% 19*4 19*4 - %
Container Cp 2a 8 42 41% 41% + *4
Cont Baking We 10 19 18*4 18% % %
Cont Can 1 21 37*4 36 36%
Cont Insurnce 2 4 47*4 46% 46% + *4
Cont Mot .35e 30 11*4 10*4 1074 - %
Cont Oil D 1.60 1 36*4 36*4 36%
Cont Steel ,60e 3 16% 16% 16% — *4
Cooper-Bess 1 15% 15% 15% — *4
'Corn Exc 2.40 70 54% 54*4 54?4 +1%
i Corn Prod 2.60 8 69 67% 68 —1
CornellD El SO 10 13% 13*4 13*4 - *4
Corning Gls %e 1 27 27 27 — *4
Cotv Inc 20t 4 8*4 8*4 8*4
Coty Inti .20e - 2 4% 4*4 4% + %
Crane Co la 4 34 33*4 33% + *4
Crown Cork %e 3 37 36 37 +1*4
Crown Zell 1 20 18 28*4 28*4 28*4 - %
Crucibla Si.l 2e 4 36*4 36 36% — *4
Crucible Stl Df 5 1 100*4 100*4 100*4 + *4
'Cuba R R Df 1 26 26 26 -1
Cuban-AmSl We 13 21% 20*4 21% — *4
CudahyPk 1 20a 2 40*4 39*4 40*4 - ‘4
Cuneo Press 80 5 17 17 17 — %
Curtis “ubllsh 28 12 11*4 11% - *4
Curtlss-Wright. 16 5% 5% 5%
Curtiss- A lWe 14 18% 18% 18*4 — *4
Cutler-Ham.90e 1 30*4 30% 30% + *4
DA VEGA STR1 1 19 19 19 + *4
Davison Chem 1 1 18*4 18*4 18*4 + *4
DaytonP&L 45e 29 3274 32*4 32*4
Decca Reds 2.40 2 42 41*4 41*4 — *4
Deere & Col We 10 39*4 38*4 38*4— *4
Deere Df 1.40 1 36% 36% 36%-%
Del & Hudson 4 9 31% 30*4 30% - ‘4
Del Lack & Wn 13 7% 7 7*4
Det Edison 1.20. 2 24*4 24*8 24%
Sale*—
Slock and Add Nat
DitidendRate 00. Hith. Low. 2:30. chte.
DevoedtR A1.S0 9 26% 26 26%+%
Diam Mch pfl% 2 45% «4% 45%+1%
Diam I' Mot la. 3 18% 18% 18%
Diet Cp-Sg 60- 40 18% 17% 18 - %
Dixie Cup %e. „ 2 32% 31% 31%-1%
Dr Pepper 1 2 30 30 30 + %
Doehler-Jarva J 16 27 26% 26% — %
Dome Min 1.17e 17 18% 17% 17% - %
Douglas Alrc fie 4 79% 79 79 +1
Dresser 'ndust 17 17% 16% 17 + %
Dunhill Internal 1 16 16 16 — %
DuplanCoro.HOb 1 33% 33% 33% - %
Du Pont 4%e 8 173% 173 173 -1%
DU Pont pi 4 V, 1 126% 126% 126% - %
'Duo Light pi 3 *0 113 113 113 -2
EAGLE-PIC.70e 4 21% 21% 21% - %
Eastern Air L % 33 23 22% 23 + %
East Sta Stl %e 6 41 40 40 -1%
EastmanKdk Oa 3 208 207 207
tEastmn K pt U 10 195 195 195 -3
Eaton ManufI 3 4 45% 45 45% — %
Ekco Prod >/«e 5 20% 20% 20% + %
Elastic 8top Nut 3 7 6% 6% -- %
El Auto-Lite 3 8 56% 56 56 + %
El Boat la 2 14'% 14% 14% + %
Elec Boat pf 2 _ 1 38 38 36 -1
Ei A M Ir.d 08e 6 3% 3% 3%
El Power & Lt 27 15% 15 15% - %
El P&L 7pf 6%k 2 147% 147% 147% + %
Elec Storage B 3 2 41% 41% 41% + %
El Paso NO 2.40 2 48% 48% 48% - %
Emer son El M 3 13% 13 13 — %
Emers R&P 60a 1 19% 19% 19%
Emp Dis El 1.12 5 19 18 19 +1%
Engineer Pub 8 14 24 23% 24 + %
♦Eng P 8 S3 Pf S 50 105 105 105
♦Eng P S pf 3% 4 106 105 105 -1
♦Eng Pub 8 pf 8 50 110 110 110
Erie R R 1 46 11% 10% 11% - %
Erie R R pf A 5 7 51 50 51 +1
EransProduct % 1 18% 18% 18% —1
Svershrp 1.20a. 4 28% 27% 27% - %
Ex-Cell O 2.60 11 40% 39 40 -1%
FAIRBANKS la 1 52 52 52 -1
Fajardo Sug '.e 13 24% 24 24% + %
Farnsworth 6 8% 8% %
FedLtATrac 3ie 1 22% 22% 22% + %
Fed Mogul 2e 3 41 41 41
FedMoTruck 40« 7 11% 11% 11% + %
FederatDSt 1% 17 25% 24% 25%+ %
Ferro Enamel 1 1 23 23 23 -1
Firest T&R .'!'1e 6 61% 61% 61% - %
Firestone Df 4% 1 106 106 106 — %
First Nil Str2'i 1 54% 54% 54%-1
Firth Carp 5Be 10 19% 19 19%
Flintkote 45e 12 28% 27% 28% + %
Florence Stove 2 1 36 36 36 + %
Florida Pow 1 . 7 16% 16% 16% - %
Follansbee ,15e 2 14% 14 14 - %
Food Fait St 40 2 14% 14% 14% + %
Food Mch l.SOe 2 79% 79% 79%+ %
Foster Wheeler 7 22 20% 21% - %
Francisco Sugar 1 26% 26% 26% - %
Fruehauf Tra 1 5 31% 31% 31% - %
GAIR(ROB) 30g 11 8% 8% 8%
CiJvin Mfg 30. 5 11% 10% 11%+%
Gardner-Den 1. 3 18 17% 17%
Gar Wood Ind 9 9% 9 9%
Gar Wood Df 2'/« J. 42% 42% 42%-1%
Gaylord Cont 1 3 15% 15% 15% - %
GenAmInv3 06i 2 15% 15% 15% + %
Gen A Trns 2% 3 52% 52 52%+ %
Gen Bakina 80 10 11% 11% 11%
♦Gen Bkg pf 8 80 186 186 186 -4
Gen Bronze 80 2 14 14 14 + %
Gen Cable 19 10% 9% 97+- %
j -GcnCable lDf 4 120 77V4 77Vi 77»/a - Vi
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i Gen Clear la 2 29Vi 29Vi 29>zi + %■
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!Gen Foodsl.60* 6 44 43V. 44 - 1/41
! Gen Motor 1 V4e 79 50V. 49Vi 50 - Vi
• Gen Motor Df 6 2 127V. 127V4 127*4 - 3/4
Gen Out Advt 1 4 17 16% 17
I Gen Pub Util »/4b 55 14% 14*/. 14V. - V4
Gen Ry Si* l»4e 2 27% 27*. 275 e + Vi
I Gen Realty&Ut 10 5*. 5V. 5Vi + Vi
uenKeuact one 7 21*4 2l'A 21V4 - *4
'Gen S C pf4V4k 110 106*. 105 105 - >4
Gen Telphnl.60 4 3544 35V4 35*4- *41
Gen Time In la 4 26*4 26 26 - *4
Ger Tire & R 1 2 38 37*4 38
tGn TAsR pf4V. 1 108V4 108V. 108> 4 4- *4
Gillette Sal R 2 4 30 29*4 30 + *4
Glllett SIRz Vi5 2 105 105 105
Glmbl Bros 1.20 17 39*4 38*4 39
Glidden Co 2a 4 39*4 38*4 39*4
GcebelBrew 20a 6 6V. 614 6V.
Goodall-Sn 1 *4a 3 32*4 32*4 32*4 - *4
Goodrich 2’ie 8 70 69 69*4 - *4
Grodyr T&R 4a 23 59*4 58 58*4 - >4
Goodyear pf 5 1 107*4 107*4 107*4 4- 14
Graham-Paige 20 6% 6*4 614 + *4
Oranbv Cons M 2 5*4 514 514
Grand Un 1.40 1 37 37 37 4- *4
Granite City Stl 1 14*4 14*4 14*4 + *4
Grant (W Til 3 31 31 31
Gt No I O ctl *4» 2 18*4 18*4 18*4- *4
Gt Nor Ry pf 3 11 48 47 47 - 14
Gt Wst Sug 1.20 4 2514 25*4 25*4 + *4
Green H 1.3a 1 70 70 70 - '/.
Greyhoundl 70e 10 37 35*4 36 - Vs
Gruman Alrl'4e 6 27 26*4 27 4- 14
Guantanamo Sg 3 8*4 8 8 - 14
GulfMoblU&ob 16 12*4 12 12' . - *4
Gulf Oil la 2 65 6414 6414- *4
HALL PRINT 1 4 17 17 17
HamilWtch ,56e 6 19*4 19 19
tHamlltonW of4 1 105 104 104 -2
Harb-Walker I 5 2114 2114 2114 - 14
HartSch-Ml.SOe 1 3814 3814 3814 4- V.
Hat Corp Am'/.e 3 9 9 9
Hayes Indust _. 2 814 814 814
Haves Manufg 6 614 614 61a
Hazel Atlas Ols. 3 31*4 31 31 4- ‘4
Hecht Co 1.60 2 32*4 3114 32*4 + *4
HerculesMot.OOe 2 18>4 18>4 18*4 - *4
HerculesPwd'ie 2 52*4 52V. 52*4 -1*4
'Hercules P prf 5 20 131*4 131*4 131*4
'HershChcvpf4s 60 132 132 132 - 14
Hewitt Robins 1 2 23*4 23*4 23*4+1*4
Holland Furn 1 1 25V4 25*4 25*4
HollanderAtSn 1 2 24 24 24 - 14
Holly Sugar 1 4 23*4 23>4 23*4 - ‘4
Homestake M It 6 39>/j 39*4 39*4 - *4
Houd-Hershev 7 14 1314 13*4 - ‘4
Houd-Her pi 2 G 2 50*4 50*4 50*4 + *4
HouseholdFl 60 1 30>4 30*4 30*4 - *4
Houston 011 15 16*4 16". 16V4
Howard Store 3 5 31*4 30*4 3014 + >4
HoweSound 1 20 9 3114 31*4 31*4- *4;
Hudson At Man 1 6 6 6 — *4
Hudson Bay h2 6 34*4 34‘4 3414 + 14
Hudson Mot .40 16 16 15'A 15*4 + 14
Hunt Foods 3 31*4 31 31*4+ V,
Htmp Coro 9 61a 614 6* » - *4
IDAHO PW I SO 6 39 39 39
111 Central 31 22*4 21*4 22>4 - *4
111 Central pf 2 4514 45 45
111 Terminal RR 15 7*4 7*-s 7*4 + Vi
Indpls P-L 1.20 8 26*4 26 26*4+ *4
Industrl El Mex 8 12*4 12 12 — *4
Indust Rayon 3 9 41*4 40*4 41 -1*4
Ingersol-Rand 6 1 117 11"* 117 - 34
Inland Stl 80e 9 39 37*4 37V4 -1
Inspir Copper 1 4 15*4 15 15 - V4
Insura nshC ,20a 2 7>4 7V4 7*4+ V4
Intercbmcl 1 60 2 37*4 37 37*4 - *4
Intercn Rub tog 1 6*4 6*4 6*4 — V*
Interlake Ir V.g 14 10*4 10*4 lOVa
Int Bus Mch 6b 2 209 209 209 -1
Int Harvs 2.60a 11 71*4 70*4 70*4-1
'Int Harvs pf 7 50 184*4 183*4 184*4 + >4
Int Hydro El A 7 7*4 7 7V4 - >4
Int MinAtChm 1 3 30*4 30V4 30*4 -1
Int Nickel 1.60 22 30*4 29*4 30*4+ *4
Int Paper 2 62 45*4 44'A 44*4 - *4
Int Ry Cent Am 11 13 12*4 13 + *4
Int Shoe 1.80 2 38*4 38*4 38*4
Int Tel At Tel 40 17V4 17 17*4
Int TAsT forn Cl 2 17*4 17*4 17*4 + *4
Intertype 1 2 22 22 22 -1
1ACOBS 20e 8 10VA 10*4 10*4
'JerCntPAsL pf4 50 105*4 105'4 105*4 + *4
Jewel Tea 2.40 1 4*4 47'4 47*4
Johns-Man 2'ie 3 123 122 123 -4
Johnson & J 20 3 50*4 49'4 50'4 +1*4
Jones As L Stl 2 24 36'/. 35V4 35*4 - Vi
toy Manufg 80a 9 21*4 20*4 21*4
KALAMS&-F 80 1 20 20 20
Kan Cltv South 13 24Vi 23*/e 23*4 + '4
Kan City So pf4 1 49V4 49*4 49'4 - Vi
Kelsey-Hy A 1 >4 7 20>4 20 20*4 - V4
Kennecott 1 Vie 11 45 V. 44>A 45 + ‘4
Kimberly-Clrk 1 4 24V. 24'/. 24'4
Klnney(GR) Vie 1 18 18 18
Knopers Co 1 60 7 28 27*4 27'4 - '4
fKoppers pf 4 20 99% 99% 99%
KresgeSS 1.60a 7 39% 39 39 -1
Kroger Co 2a 5 51 50% 51 +1
LACLEDE G Lie 5 6 5% 6
Lee Rubr&TI 2a 3 52 51 51
Lehizh ColAsN 1 23 12% 12% 12% + %
Leh Port C 1 Lie 1 42% 42% 42%+%
Leh Valley Coal 10 2% 2% 2%
Leh V Coal lpf3 6 20% 20 20% - %
Leh V CoalHofLi 3 7 7 7
Leh Valley RR 21 7% 7% 7% - %
Lehn&Fink 1 40 2 24% 24% 24% - %
Lerner Str 1 */4a 1 26% 26% 26%+ %
Lib-O-F Glass 1 1 49% 49% 49% - %
LibMcNJtL BOe 12 11% 11% 11% + %
LifeSaversl.85e 1 33% 33% 33%
Ligeett&Myerha 1 89LA 69% 89* A + %
LiggettAsM B 3a 2 92 91% 91%-1
*Ligg & M pf 7 1 193% 193 193 - ’4
Lima Locom ‘la 3 47 46% 46% — %
Link-Belt 2 1 46% 46% 46% + %
Lion Oil 1.40 28 39% 38% 38%+%
Liquid Carbn 1 3 25% 25% 25*+ +1%
LockheedAircl e 26 23% 22% 23% — %
Loew's Inc 1 Lia 17 27 26% 27 — %
Lone Star C3Li 8 73% 72 72 -1%
Long-Bell L.12k 5 23% 22% 23 - %
Lorrilard Prod 1 1 21% 21% 21%
LOUlivil&N 3 52 3 48% 48 48 - %
Lowentn&Sl Lia 4 24% 24% 24% - %
tLowenstn pf4Li 50 101% 101% 101%
Lukens Steel 2 15% 15% 15%
MACK TRKS le 3 45% 45% 45%
MacyRH 1.00a 6 43% 42% 42% - %
Mad Sa Gar.80. 2 13% 13% 13%+ %
Magma Copr Li. 2 17% 17 17%
MAgnavox Lib . 3 16 15% 15% - %
Manatl Bug Lie. 8 12 11% 11% - %
MarineMidl 30 7 7% 7% 7% - %
Marshall Fid 2a 18 33% 33% 33% - %
MarshFld pf4Li 20 111 110% 111 +1%
Martin Glenc 3 2 35% 35% 35%+ %
Martin-Par».60 2 14% 14% 14% - %
Masonite Cn la 1 51 51 51 -1
MathiesonAlk 1 4 29 28% 28% — %
May Dept Str* 3 2 51% 51% 51% — %
tMayDept.3 40pf240 96 96 96 + %
tMay Dept pf3Li 30 106 106 106 + %
Maytag Co 5 9% 9% 9% - %
McCroryStrla 1 26% 26% 26%+ %
'McCrory Pf 3 Li 1 107% 107% 107%
McGraw Elec 2 1 33 33 33 —1
McIntyre 2.0ia 1 49 49 49 + %
McKess&R 2 40 10 45% 45% 45% - %
McLellan Strs 1 5 22 21% 22
MeadCorpla 4 21% 21 21
Mead Cn 2 pf 2 3 46% 46% 46% — %
Mtivllle Sh 1.60 1 24% 24% 24%
Mcngel Co .40a . 8 20% 19% 20
'Mengel B Pf2% 1 67% 66. 66 —3
UercantStrs 1 26 20% 20% 20% - %
Merch & M Tr 2 1 42 42 42
Merck A Co 1 5 60 59% 59%
Mesta Mach 2% 2 41% 41% 41%
Metro Ed pf3.90 30 108% 108 108 - %
Miami Cop Lie 5 11% 11% 11%
Mid-Cont Pet 2e 7 37 36% 36% - %
Midland StlP 2 1 35 35 35 - %
'Midlands lst8 120 147 147 147
Mlnn-B Rg 1.60 5 55 54% 54% + %
Minn-Moline 9 9% 9% 9% - %
Minn * St L Ry. 5 47% 46% 47%+ %
MStP&SS A2Vae 2 11% 11 11
Mission Cp 1 v4e 2 30% 30% 30%
Mo-Kan-Texas 122 7% 6% 7% - %
Mo-Kan-Tex pf. 9 24% 22% 23% - %
Sales—
Stock and Add . _ Nat
Dividend Rate. 00. High Low. 2:30. chge
Mojud Hos ,20e. 1 13% 13% 13%+ %
MontantoChVie « 46% 49% 49% - %
Montem Ward 2 2* 6S 67 67% - %
Moore MeLln 1. 3 21% 21% 21%-%
Motor Products. 3 17 16% 17
Munaln«wear 2 13% 15% 13% - %
Murphy G C 1 % « 34% 34% 34% - %
t Murphy p( 4*4. 20 111% 111% 111% + %
Murray Corp 5 11% 11% 11%
MurrayCorp pI2 1 38 3S 38 -1
NASH-KILV % 33 14% 13% 14 - %
tlsash Ch&SLle 30 23% 23 23 -2
Nat Acme 2... 3 29% 28% 28% - %l
Nat Airlines . 11 17% 17% 17%-%
Nat Auto Fib BC 7 11% 11% 11% + %
Nat Aviation Via 2 17% 17% 17%
[Nat Biscuit 1.2(1 15 30 29% 29% -%
Nat Can 5 11% 11 11 - %
Nat Caato Rek la 9 34 32 32 -1
Nat City Lines 1 4 15% 15% 15%-%
I Nat Container 2 2 30 29% 29% - %
I Nat Cyln G 80a 1 17% 17% 17%
Nat DalryP 1.00 7 34% 34% 34%
I Nat Dept Strs 1 4 19 18% 18% - %
iNat Distillers la 98 24 23% 23%+%
NatEnamABl'.ae 1 34 34 34 —1
Nat Gypsum Vie 20 20 19% 20 + %
Nat Lead Via 9 29 28% 78% - %
NatLinenSvc,40 3 8 8 8
Nat M&S C 16e 7 77% 22% 22% - %
Nat P&L ex-dls. 33 2 1% 1%
Nit Hteel a. ... 3 81% 81 81%+ %
Nat Supn'y 9 14 13% 13% - %
Nat Sup $2 pl4k 3 21 20% 20%
Nat Tea .80 2 25% 25% 25% - %
Natomas Co Via 9 12% 12 12
NehlCorp .80.. 1 19% 19% 19%-%
Nelsner Bros _ 1 18% 18% 18% — %
tNelsner pi 4*4. 10 108% 108*4 108% +1%
Newberry J J 1 4 27% 27% 27% - %
tNewbery pi 3% 10 105 105 105
Newmont 1 Vi 7 33 32% 33 + %
Newportlndl.20 7 32% 32% 32% - %
Nwpt N Shpbd2s 1 20% 20% 20%+ %
N Y Air Brake 2 2 41 41 41 - %
N Y Central RR 56 16 15% 13%
N Y Chi & St L J 32*4 31% 32% + %
NYChl&StL p!4k 3 88 87 87% -1%
NYC Ombs 1 %e 4 18% 18% 18% + %
rNY PAL pi.'!.90 1 108% 108*4 108% - %
NY Sbiobldg *ie 8 14*4 13% 14*4 + %
fNorf&WstnlOa 30 231% 231% 231% + %
No Am Avia le 4 11% 11% 11%
No Am Co 1.771 24 26% 76% 26%
f Northn Cent 4 10115 115 115 + %
North Paciflc le 33 20 18% 19% — Vi'
tNoStPw pl.3.60 150 103% 103 103 + %
NorthwstAlr Vie 79 21*4 20% 21% + %
fNorlhwn Tel 3 50 45% 45 45% + %
Norwich Ph 60a 2 18*4 18% 18*4 + *4
OHIO ED 1,80e 1 34*4 34% 34% - %
Ohio Oil Via ... 16 22% 22 22% - *4
Oliver Corp .. 5 21 20% 20%—1%
Omnibus Corp 1 5 11 11 11
OtlsElevator *ie 3 29% 29 29 -1
OutbdMot 1.15e 1 23% 23% 23%
Owens-I G13 Vie 3 74*4 74% 74%
PAC GAS&EL 2 2 40% 40% 40% - %
Pac Lighting 3. 4 60% 60 60%+ %
Pac Mills Hie.. 4 29% 29% 29% - %
Pac Tin Cons 10 5*4 5% 5% + %
Packard Motor 37 6% 6% 6%
PnAmAlrwysVie 19 14 13*4 13% + %
PanhanEPL 2 Vi 5 46*4 46% 46%-%
Panh P&R .20g. 10 5% 5% 5% + %
Paraffine Cos 2 2 60 60 60 — %
Parana Pic 1.60 62 30% 29% 30% + %
Park&Tillord 3. 2 57 57 57 -1
*>ark Otah 10e. 3 3% 3% 3% — %
Parke Dav 1.60 3 40% 40% 40%
•*armeleeTr 1.20 1 13% 13% 13%
Patino M 1.05e 3 14 13*4 13*4 — %
I Penick & Fold 3 1 72% 72% 72%+1%
Penney (J Cl 2 1 46 46 46
i Penn-Cent Alrl 25 20% 20% 20% — %
Penn Coai&Coke 5 7 6*4 6*4 — %
Penn-Dlx Cemnt 3 20% 20 20 — %
Penn Glass&S 1 1 31% 31*4 31*4—1%
PennPw&Lt.70e 20 23% 22*4 23% + %
PennRRIVie 51 26% 26 26%-%
PeoplesGL&C4a 2 96 96 96 +1
Peosi-Cola 70a 80 25 24*4 24% r- %
Pere Maiauette z zzv« 21*
PereMar prpf5k 2 108 108 108
Pfizer CACo 2a. 8 60% 59% 60%+2%
Pbelps Da 1.60 14 33% 32% 33%+ %|
Phlla Elect 1.20 21 26% 25% 26%+%
tPhila El pf4.40 SO 118 118 118 - %
PhllARdCAI le 12 12% 12% 12%
Philco Ctrrp 80a 23 23'/4 22% 22% - >4
tPhilco pf 3Vi _ 20 99% 99 99 - %
Philip Mors 1 % 11 38% 38% 38% — %
Phillips Petrol 2 5 59% 59 59% + %
Pills Mills 1.20a 4 31% 30% 30%-%
Pitts CkACh %E 1 «% 8% 8% + %
PitConCoal 1.40 2 19% 19% 19%-%
Pitts Forgings 1 1 19 19 19
Pitt PI G1 .80 1 38 38 38
Pitt Scr & B 40 2 8 8 8 + %
t Pitts Steel 5 Pf 60 63 63 63 - %
tPitt S prpf4V»lt 10 78 78 78 +2
Plough .60 1 15% 15% 15% + %
Plymouth Oil lb 5 21% 21 21
Poor & Co B Vi e 1 16 16 16
Pressed Stl Car 34 13% 12% 13
ProcterAGam 2 1 57% 57% 57% + A
Pub SvcCol 1.66 3 34 33% 34 + %
Pub Svc N J Vie 29 20*% 19% 20 + %
tPub SvcNJ pi8 160 128*% 127% 128*% + %
tPub SvcNJ Pf7 70 120 118'% 120 +1
tPub SvcNJ Pf8 220 112% 112% 112% + %
tPub SvcNJ ofO 70 107 106% 107 + %
Publicker Ind 2 37 36*% 36% - %
Publicker pf-4Vi 1 99% 99% 99% - %
Pullman lVie.— 6 54 53 53 — %
Pure 011 1 43 21 20% 21
Purity Baking 2 4 32% 32% 32%
QUAKER 8 1.20 6 22 22 22 + %
RADIO CP 20e 44 10 9% 9%
Radio Cp pf 3% 1 86% 86% 86% + %
Ra-Kth-O 1 20 30 16% 16% 16%-*%
tRRSecIllCenSU 80 17 17 17 + %
Raybest-M 2%e 1 38% 38% 38%+ %
Rayonler Inc .„ 7 19 18% 19
Rayonlei PI 3— 1 35*% 35% 35%
Reading Co I.- 4 18% 17*% 17% - %
Reading 2 pi 3- 1 37% 37% 37% + %
Reeves Bros 1 33 14% 14% 14% + %
t Reis R A CO pf 50 110 108% 108% + %
ReliableStl 60a 2 29% 29% 29%-%
Reliance Mfg 1 a 5 16% 15% 16
RemingR 1 30b 7 37% 37 37*%+%
Rem Rand pf4 1 i 3 100% 100% 100%
Reo Motors 1 *,i 1 21% 21% 21%
Repub Avia Vie 23 11% 11*% 11% — %
Repub Pictures 1 8% 8% 8% — %
Repub Piet pf 1. 3 15 15 15 + *%
Repub Steel i 49 27% 27 27% + %
Revere Copper 6 21 20% 20% - %
tRev Cop pf 6% 20 102% 102*% 102% + %
Reynolds Ml Ve 18 29% 28% 29%+ %
fRey Met pf 6V, 10 112 112 112
ReyTob B 1 40a 28 38% 38 38 -1
ReynTob pf3.60 1 104% 104% 104% + %
Rheem MIS 1 12 22 21% 21% - %
Ritter Co 1 % — 1 28 28 28 -1
Rcan Antelope 6 6% 6% 6%
Royal Type .60 8 19 18*% 18*% -1%
Ruberoldle 6 51 50 51 +1%
Ruppert (J) la 4 26% 25% 26 — %
SAFEWAY ST 1 6 24% 24% 24% - %
St Joseph Ld 2.. 12 53% 53 53 -1%
SavageArms % 17 ll*% 11 11
Schenley Distl 2 34 63 61% 62*% + %
Scott Papr 1.80 1 46 46 46 —1%
SeabAirLRR 15 20*% 19% 19% - %
Seab A L R R Pf 7 49% 49 49%
Seaboard GUI- 7 26 25% 25%-%
Seagrave _ 3 7% 7% 7% — %
Sears Roebck la 43 37 36*% 36%+ %
Seeger Sunbeam 20 12% 12% 12% — %
Selberling Vie - 1 15*% 15% 15'% + %
Servel Inc .. . 1 13% 13% 13%
Shamrock 40a 12 19% 19 19% + %
Sharon St! 05e 15 29% 28 29% + *%
Sharp A Doh'ie 6 28*% 27% 28
SheratonCp I5e 10 9% 9 9 — %
Silver King Col 8 6% 6% 6%
Simmons Co %e 3 37% 37 37 —1%
SmdsSAS 2.20e 1 43 43 43
Sinclair Oil 1 33 15% 15% 15%
Skelly Oil 2e 5 62 61 62 +2
Sloss-Bheffleld 6 15% 15% 15% + %
tmithiAOi CP 1 1 50 50 50 -1%
mith&Coron 2 1 32 32 32
SmithASon 80a 2 38% 38% 38% -1%
tSmith&S pf3Vi 10 102% 102% 102%
Socony-Vac Via 44 14 13% 13% —. %
SouAmGoId.SOe 8 5% 4% 4% — %
So P Rico 8ug4a 5 52 51 51% — %
So Cal Edis 1 % - 7 32% 32% 32% - %
Scru Nat Gs IV*. 1 26% 26% 26% - %
So Pacific 4 37 44% 43 43% - %
Southern Ry 3 14 40% 39% 40 - %
Southern Ry ni5 1 70% 70% 70% + %
Spald&Bro ,80a 1 19% 19% 1»% - %
Sparks Within* 2 6% 6% 6% + %
Sperry Corpse 3 21% 21% 21% - %
Spiegel Inc _16 16% 16% 16%
Sauare D .40e . 3 17% 17 17 — %
Std Brands 1.80 a 39% 39% 39% + %
Std Brnds pf4*/j 6 111% 111 111 -%
Std Gs&nr *4 of 44 26 24% 23% + %
Std Gs&El SOpr 2 84 82% 82% + %
Std G&ES7pr pf 1 88*4 88% 88% + %
StdOllCal 1 6Re 19 53% 55% 55% - %
Std Oil Ind 1' sa 29 40% 40% 40% + %
Std Oil N J 1S 32 68% 68% 68% - %
Std Oil Ohio 1 6 25 24% 24% - %
Std Stl Spre tie 8 13% 13% 13% + %
Starrett (LSI 2e 2 41 41 41
Sterling Drug 2 5 50% 49% 50% + %
StewartWrn'.ia 6 14% 14% 14%+ %
Stokely-Van tib 11 27% 27% 27% — %
Stone & Web 1 g 1 16 16 16 + %
Studebaker tie 28 20% 20 20% — %
Sun Chem 45e 3 13% 13% 13%-%
Sun OH lb . 1 «7 67 67 +1%
Sunray Oil 30e 36 8% 8% 8%
Sunshl Bis 2%e. 1 51 51 51
Sunshine M 40. 2 11% 11% 11% — %
Superheater la. 1 20% 20% 20% — %
Sutherl P 1.60a. 1 42% 42% 42%-%
Swilt&Co 1.60a 11 33% 33 33%+ %
SwiftIntll.60. 4 28*% 28 28 - %
Sylvan El Pr la 7 22% 22% 22%+%
tSylvan El P nf4 10 104 104 104
Symng-Guld tig 3 8% 8% 8%
TALCOTT .80a. 3 13% 12% 12% — %
Telautogrph .40 1 8% 8% 8% + %
Tenn Corp 1_ 1 15% 15% 15%+%
Texas Co 2a 15 60S 59% 59% + %
Tex Gulf Pr.3Ra 18 30% 10% 10% - %
Tex Gulf 8u! 2a 1 50% 50% 50%
Tex Pac O&O 1 12 24% 23% 24% + %
Tex Pac LT .30e 3 15% 15% 15%
Tex&PacRy2t4e 5 44% 43 43 +1
Thatcher Mfg 1 16% 16% 16%
tThate cvpf2j40 40 53% 52% 52%
rhermoid Co’ 60 6 10% 10% 10% — %
fThermod pf2ti 10 50% 50% 50%
Third Ave Tran» 4 11% 11% 11% — %
Thomp Prod Si* 4 40 39 40 - %
Thom-Starrett 2 6% 6% 6%
Tidewater Oil 1 7 18% 18 18% - %
Timk-DAxle tie 10 17% 17% 17%
Tlmk R Br l%e 10 42 41 41%+ %
Tmsameriea ti* 16 14% 14 14
Trans & WstAlr 11 28% 28 28 - %
Tri-Ccmt Cp.SOg 26 6% 6% 6% — %
fTri-Contl pi 6 10 109% 109% 3 09%
Truax-Tr C 1 20 1 37 17 17 + %
20th C-Fox 3a 33 42% 40% 41% - %
20thCn-F pr4'i 2 104% 104% 104% + %
Twin City *%Tr 3 13% 13% 13% - %
tTwin Ct» ur2%120 49 49 49 - %
Twin Coacn 15 13% 13% 13% — %
UnAsb&Rub .70 5 13% 13% 13% + %
On Bag&Pap la 11 28% 26% *7% - %
On Carbide 3 . 11 93 92 92% - %
Onion Oil Cal 1. 3 22% 22% 22% + %
On Pacifcte ... 8 120% 118% 119 + %
Otd Air Ln* %#. 19 25% 24% 24% - %
Otd Aircraft 1.. 23 20% 19% 19% - %
Otd Alreft pf 8- 3 107% 107% 107%
Onlt Biscuit la. 4 46 45 46 - %
Otd Carbon 3__ * 67 66% 66% — %
Stock Market Drifts
Lower Affer Early
Attempt to Rally .
By Victor Eubonk
Associated Press Financial Writer
NEW YORK, Oct. 25.—Stocks
generally wilted in today's market
jitter an early rallying attempt
failed to attract adnerents.
Good dividends and earnings—.
there were scattered exceptions—
inspired a certain amount of fore
noon bidding which never followed
through. Brokers attributed light
liquidation to labor disputes, high
lighted by the threat of a coal
walkout, and predictions of wide
spread strikes after the election.
Renewed weakness of commodities
was seen as a factor.
The pace slowed appreciably after
a fairly active opening. Losses of j
fractions to 2 or more points were!
reduced near the fourth hour.
Pfizer and Douglas Aircraft en
joyed a morning bulge on a jump
in profits for the former and an
additional disbursement for the lat
ter. General Electric stumbled on;
a disappointing earnings release.
Washington Exchange
SALES.
Woodward Lothrop common—29 at 67%.
Capital Traction os—$1,000 at 10%
Capital Transit Co.—80 at TO, 14 at TO.
Georgetown Gas 5s—$1,000 at 137%.
Mtrgenthaler Lintotype—50 at 57%.
BONDS.
PUBLIC UTILITY
Bid. Asked.
Am T & T cov deb .'is 1950 138
Cap Traction ist 5c 1947 101 %
Cap Transit 1st Ref 4s 1904 105 100
City & Suburban 5s 1948 109 -
Georgetown Gas 1st 6s 1961 135% -
Pot Elec Pow 3‘/4S 1960 ... 105 -
Pot Elec Pow 3V4s ’77 ... 110 -
Washington Gas 5s I960 139 -
'ler Rf&W Co 1st 4%s 1948 102 -
STOCKS.
PUBLIC UTILITY
Amer Tel & Tel (9) - J71%
Capital Transit (3.90) TO 34
N & W Steamboat ( + 4) . 180
Pot Elec Power 0% pfd (0) 3 10
Pot El Pw 5%% pfd <5.50) ion
Wash Gas Lt com <1.50) _ *37% 39
Wash Gas Lt cum pf (4.26). *106
Wash Gas L cu cv pf (4.50) *107%
Wash Ry Ac El com <a27.00) 600
Wash Ry & El pfd <5) 123 125
BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES.
Amer Sec Ac Tr Co < 10> _ 330 350
Bank of Bethesda <t.76) 35
Capital (.80) .. 30% 35
Com Ac Savings (new 10) _ 335 4o0
Liberty (t7) ... 260 -
Lincoln (85) .. 310 -
Natl Sav Tr (K.00> *305
Pr Georges B & Tr (11.00). 35%
Riggs (12) . 35<) 375
Union Trust Co (*3.00) 175
Washington (6) 1 <«*
Wash Loan & Tr <12‘ AT7<> -
FIRE AND TITLE INSURANCE.
American (+6) *150 -
Columbia <k.30) --.. 11% -
Firemen’s <1/10) 33
National Unfon (.75)- 14 -
Real Estate <t«) . 180 -
MISCELLANEOUS
Carpel Corp <2.00) _ — 4 1 --
Garflnckel com (3.00) 47% 50
Garflnck 5VaU cu pf (1.375) 26% 27%
Hecht com (1 60) *33 34
Hecht 3%% cum pfd (3.75) *104 —
Lanston Mono <new) (J 00) 13
Mergenthaler Lino (al.OO>_ 67 60
Natl Mtge & Inv pfd (p.40> 6% 7
People Drug St com <1.60) 48 5!
Security Storage ( + 5) 3<)5 -
Ter Ref & Wb Corp <3) 55
! Wdwd A: Loth com <p3.30) 65 70
Wdwd A: Loth pf <7) - - 127 -
• Ex dividend. o Books closed. t Ping
i extras. a Paid so far this year. • 2%
i extra, f 3% extra, h So extra, k 10 cent!
extra, d Paid <d 1945._v S10 extra.
Chicago Livestock
CHICAGO. Oct. 25 (A*) <USDA).—Salable
hogs, 9,500; total. 16,900; general market
moderately active and steady on all
weignts but closing slow and weak: bulk
good and choice. 180-300 pounds, 23.75
24.25; top, 24.50, but 24.00 again popular
price, late sales similar weights and
grades mostly 23.75-24.00; lew loads
weights over 300 pounds, 23.50, sews
steady to strong: largely 21.50-22.50,
mostly 22.00 and above, good clearance.
Salable cattle. -3,590: total. 3.500; sal
able calves, 800; total. 800; all grades
slaughter steers and yearlings firm, active;
bulk good and choice grades, 25.00-35-00:
short load choice to prime 974-pound
yearlings. 37.90, new high; three loads
1.300-pound medium but fat Southwest
steers, 20.00; choice mixed yearlings.
35.00; run mostly cows and stock cattle;
latter imported for show purposes: cows
mostly steady only good grades active at
16.00-18.00 with heifery offerings to
20-25*. all other cows sold at 15.00 down,
bulls and vealers steady.
Salable :beep. 3.500; total, 6.500; no
early sales wooled lambs; indications at
least 50-75 cents higher on good and
choice grades: holding best natives above
33.50; shorn lambs as well as yearlings
unevenly higher and mature slaughter
ewes strone to 25 cents higher; good shorn
lambs with No 1 and No. 2 pelts. 21.00
21.50: good and choice yearlings with No
1 and fall-shorn pelts. 19.00: common
to good slaughter ewes. 6 50-8.25; two
loads common and medium Wyomlngs
carrying a small good top. 7.65.
Odd-Lot Dealings
PHILADELPHIA Oct. 15 iJPt.—The Se
curities and Exchange Commission reported
1 today these transactions by customers with
! odd-lot dealers of specialists on the New
York Stock Exchanee lor October 24
' t.uis purchases Involvimr 128.522 shares:
■.sales involving 1 ().'!.<i4f> shares in
l cludtn? .id short sales involving 1,593
! shares.
Sale*—
Stock and Add Net
Dividend Rate On. High. Low 2:30. chge.
Utd Cig Wh Str 2« 734 7% 7% + %
Unit Corn 9 344 34a 344 + %
Unit Corn pf 3 5 46 45% 45% - %
United Dyewood 2 11% 1044 1044 - %
tutd Dye pf3>.ik 60 92 92 92 -2
Utd Flee Coal 1. 2 14% 14% 14% + %
Utd Eng&Fdv 2 2 37% 37 37 -1
United Fmlt 2 22 44% 44 44% + %
UnitGsIm 1.30e 9 20% 1944 20%+ 441
UtMchArMet 80 17 14% 14 14
tUtd MAM pf 5 1 106% 106% 106%
Utd Paperboard 1 11% 11% 11% - %
Unit Rex Drue 24 1044 10% 10% - >/»
US & For 8ecur 18 18% 1744 18 - 14
»US& FrS pM'/j 10 106 106 106
‘U 8 Freight Vie 1 15% 15% 15%+ %
US Gypsum 2 1 108 108 108
U S Hoffman 2e 5 35 34% 34%+1%'
US Indus Ch la 7 42% 4144 4144- %
US Leather 1 8% 8% 8% - %
US Leather A 2 1 27% 27% 27% + %
U S Lines 1 3 18 18 18 + %
US Lines pf 45 2 10% 10% 10% — %
USPlPe&Fyl 60 6 39% 39 39%+ >4
US Plywood 80 2 55% 55% 55% - %
tUS Plywd pf3%140 106 105 106 +3
US Rubber 2y*e 11 57% 56 56%-%
U8 Smelt R * M 4 43% 4244 4244 - 44
US Smelt pf 3% 2 73% 73% 7314 - %
US Steel 4 61 70% 69 70%+ %
US Steel pf 7 . 1 147% 147% 147%
US Tobaccol .20" 1 22% 22% 22%-%
tU S Tob pf 144 50 49 49 49 -1 j
Utd Stockyd Y«g 1 5% 5% 54k - %
Utd Strs 2 Pf 2 844 644 844
Ut Wall Pap Vie 3 744 7% 744 + %
Unlv Cy Stl »0e 1 19% 19% 19% + %
Unlv Lab 1 s 10% 10% 10%
tUnlv Leaf T 4a 50 94 93% 93% - %
Unlv Pictures 2 5 3044 29% 29% - %
VAN NORM t 3 16% 164k 16% - %
VanRaalte 14ie 2 38 38 38
Vanadium Corp 2 20% 20 20 + %
Vert-Cam 8ug 2 36 19% 1844 19 + %
Va CarolinChem 1 644 6% 6% - %
tVa IronC&C pf 40 88% 87% 87% + %
Va Railway 2Vi 3 48 47 47
ViskinaCpA 1 59 3 35% 34% 34%-%
WABASH Pf 4% 1 62% 62% 62% - %
WALDORF la 1 17% 17% 17% - %
Walgreen 1 60 1 35 35 35 — %
WalkerHG&W n 9 29 28% 28% - %
Walworth Co 11 10% 10 10 - %
Ward Bak .45e 17 17% 1644 17 - %
tWard Bk pf5Vi 10 105% 105% 105% + %
Warner Bro Hi 69 18 1744 17% — %
Wayne KnMle 8 24 2344 2« +%
Wayne Pump 2 2 37 37 37 + %
Webster Tobacc 8 10 9% 10 + %
Wesson O&S la 2 3 5 3444 3444
West Ind Bug la * 35 3 4 344k - %
tWs Penn El Pf7 10 118 118 118
tWe Penn El pfe 5 11444 114% 114% + %
Western Air Lin 1 1444 1444 1444 - %
WestrnAuto2e 6 62 , 61 61 —2%
Western Md_ 1 6% 6% 6%
West Pacific 3_12 34% 34 34% — %
West Pao pf 5— 1 79 79 79 +1%
West Un Tel A 28 20% 19% 19% + 4k
Wstng Air Br la 10 31 30% 30%+ %
Westing ElecVie 48 25% 24% 24%
Weston El 1.60a 2 50% 50% 50%+ %,
tWestvaC Pf344 50 100% 100% 100% - %
Wheel Steel 1 Vie 4 4144 41% 41% — %
tWheelStl prpfS 10 96% 98% 98% - %
White Motor lb 8 25% 2444 2444
White Sewing M 2 13% 13% 13% - %
Willys-Overland 9 104k 10% 10% + %
Wilaon&Co GOe 21 14% 14% 14% — %
Wilson-JcnesVie 1 17% 17% 17% + %
Woolwrth 1.60a 16 4944 49 49% - 44
WorthingtnPl % 3 56% 55% 55%-1%
Wrigley W Jr 3 3 69 68 68
Wyand Wor ,40a 5 16 16 16 — %
YALE & T 60a 1 37 37 37 - %
YORK CP 3n 11 15% 15 15 — %
Youngs Sh&T.:a 17 64% 63*4 64 + %
YoungstStl Dr 1 2 17% 17% 17%
ZENITH RAD 1 e 10 2044 1944 20% + %
ZoniteProd 45e 7 9% 9% 9% — %
Hourly Sales on the Exchange Today:
11 (1(1 a m 190 000 12:00 noon 440 000
1:00 o.m 580 000 2:00 o.m 720 000
tUnit of trading 10 shares: sales printed
In full. *In bankruptcy or receivership or
being reorganized under Bankruptcy Act.
or securities assumed by such companies.
Rates of dividend In the foregoing table
are annual disbursement based on the last
quarterly or semiannual declaration. Un
less otherwise noted special or extra divt
idends are not Included, x Ex dividend,
xr Ex’rights, a Also extra or extras, b Plus
stock dividend, d Cash or stock, e De
clared or paid so far this year. _ f Payable
in stock, g Paid last year, h Payable In
Canadian funds, k Accumulated dividends
paid or declared this year, n New issue.
General Electric Co.
Blames Price Curbs
For Low Profit
By th« Associated Press
SCHENECTADY. N. Y„ Oct. 25.
—General Electric Co.'s profit avail
able for dividends for the nine
months ending September 30 totaled
I $404,109 or 1 cent a share of
! common stock, compared to $36,
242,727, or $1.26 a share, in the same
period last year, President Charles
E. Wilson announced yesterday.
“The earnings this year have re
sulted entirely from income from
sources other than sales and from
credits to operations for Federal
taxes and for postwar adjustments
jand contingencies,” Mr. Wilson ex
j plained.
Certain-teed Products Corp. earned
$2,759,528, or $1.66 in nine months
ended September 30 vs. $694,364, or
39 cents a year ago.
Newport Industries, Inc., net for
nine months ended September 30
was $1,517,075, or $2.24 vs. $448,839,
; or 72 cents in the same 1945 period.
United States Playing Card Co.
learned $2,258,099, or $585 in nine
months ended September 30 vs.
! $767,772, or $1.99.
Atlas Powder Co. profit for nine
months ended September 30 was
I $802,021, or $2.16 vs. $1,170,994, or
! $3.56.
Lone Star Cement Corp. earned
i $3,582,102, or $3.78 in nine months
; ended September 30 vs. $1,680,990,
lor $1.77.
United States Hoffman Machin
ery Corp. profit for nine months
ended September 30 was $1,391,228
or $5.23 vs. $357,928 or $1.44.
National Acme Co. earned $701,
619 or $1.40 in the September quar
ter vs. $278,940 or 56 cents.
Cream of Wheat Corp. profit for
nine months ended September 30
was $631,549 or $1.02 vs. $343,367
i or 57 cents.
Hamilton Watch Co. earned $642,
I 022 or $1.39 in nine months ended
September 30 vs. $354,498 or 53 cents.
;N. Y. Bond Market'
(Furnished hr the Associated Press.)
SELECTED LIST OF ISSUE?
FOREIGN 2:30.
| Braz6% 26-57st 69
I Braz :H«s 29 ser 56%
Colombia 3s 70 59%
Norway i'/tt 65 106
Uruguay 3'is 84 85
DOMESTIC 2:30
Am T&T 3s 66 130
Am T&T 2%>76 101%
Am T&T 2%sSO 101
AmT&T 25zs 86 98%
AmTobacco3sfi2103%
AmTobacco3s60104%
AtlRelin 2s.«s66 101%;
B&O 2000 D_67
BA0 88F ... . _ 66%
B&O cv 60 . 49
BOPLEWV4S51 92%
Bell Pa 6s 60 C 128
Betti Stl 2%s 70101%
Bost Me 4%s 70 56%
Brk Ed 3 Vis 66 103%
: BulRoch*P57st 64
CRRNJ6S87 30%
Chl&Alton3t49 37%
Chi & E 1 Inc 97 39%
■ CGW 4%a 2038 43%
CM8tP4%s201P 81
CMStP4%l2044 57
CMStP&P 4S 94 105%
CM&NW 4%899 74
CRIP 4%s 62 A 53%
CRIP 4 %s 60. 25%
CRIP 4a 88 „ 71
CRIP rl 4s 34 46
Cln G&E 2%s75103%
Cltylnvest 4s61 85%
CCCSL gn 4S 93 100
ClevUnTr6%s72106%
Clev UnTr 6s73 105%
Con»>SH»76 104%
Del L&W4J2042 51
Dn&RG 4S 36 59%
Dn&RGW 6s65s 8%
Dn&RGWs 6s78 53
DetT&Ir2%s76 , 92
Fla Est Cst 6s74 65
GenRe&Ut 4*60 77
Hud Coai 5s62A 77%
Hud&M rl 6s 67 61%
Hud&M in 6s 67 25
! IC *%s 66 77%
I ICCStLOU 6563A 90
ICCStLo 4',is«:i 855a
Int Gt No 6* 62 20% |
int GN ist fls52 65% j
Lnt Gt No6s5«B 56%
int HraroEi«s44 94%
Int TAT 4 Vis 62102%
Kan-CSou4s 76 100%
ieh VI 4s 2003 39%
MSPSSM 4S 81 43
Mo Pac 6VaS *9 21%
Mo Pac 6s 65 A 79%
Mo Pac 6s 77 P 80
Mo Pac 5s 78 G 80%
Mo Pac 6s 81 I 80%
Mo Pac trn 4s 76 30%
Moris&E 4Vifi55 62%
NatDalry2%s70102%
N O 1 M 5Vis54 98
N O T M 5s 54 95
NOTH 4%s66 91
NYC rt 6s 2U13 83%
NYC 4Vis2013A 74%
NYC con 4s 98 73
NYC&8I3%s80 99
NYlfH&H 6s 48 46
NYNH&H4 VasHT 431*
NYNH&H 4s 55 40
NYNH&H 4s 6H 39
NYNH&H 4s 67 20
NYNH&H3 Vis54 37%
NYNH&H3 Vas56 37%
NYOW rt 4s92 12%
NY W B 4 Vis 46 20%
NorfllcSo5s2014 38
Nor P clt 4>is75100
Nor Pac 3s 2047 71%
Pac GAE 3s 74 105%
PennCtAir3'/a60 75
PennRR4 %s84El 13% ‘
Reading 3V.I 95 97
StLSnPr 4%s78 34%:
3tL8nPr 4550 A 45%'
3t PKCSL4 Vis41 38
Sea A Line 4 VaS 67%
Shell Dn 2 Vis 71 98
Third Are 5a 6> 55%
Third Are 4s 80 98
Walwth 3Vis 76 97in
West Dn 5s 61 81%
West Un 6s 60 81%
West Dn 4Vis50 83%
Wilson Co 3s 58 103%
Wise cent 4s 49 73
N. Y. Curb Market
LIST INCLUDES ONLY SELECTED ISSUES
CHANGED FROM PREVIOUS CLOSE
"MU:
Aero So B 3%
’Aireon Ml* Co 5%
Am C>n*MIg 13*4
Am Cynamid la 47%
Am Gas & El 2 41%
AmPot&ChBl >/j 32%
Am Repubic V«e 12%
Am Superpwr pf 50%
Am Thread pf!« 5%
Arc Nat Gas A 4%
Atl Cst Line 4e 57
Atlas Corp fi 6
Babcock l*.«e 39
Birds S Fdy 9
Brewster Aero 4%
Brit Celan.072e 4%
Bnk HllltS %a 18
Burry Biscuit.,. 6%
Cailite Tun*_ 5
Catalln Am 40 14
Cent 4BW Util 6%
Chief Cons Mn* 1%
Cities 8ervlce 23%
Cl«udeNeon.06e 3%
Colonial Airlines 15%
Colts P F Arms 26%
Com & Sou we r %j
Cons Biscuit 1 17
Cons Text .fiOe 9%
Coro Inc l .tiOa 16%
Cosden Petro 3%
Crown C Pet 'i* 5%
Crown Drug 1 oe 6%
Cub Atl Su 1 Vaa 24
East GasArFuel 3%
Elec Bd&Share 14%
Fairchild E 20a 4%
fansteel Meta! 16
Gen Finance .20 8%
Gleaner H 1.20a 19%
Goldfield Cons 1%
Orayson-Rob 1 . 15%
Heyden Chem 1 28
Hum-RossF.46e 15%
Huylers _ 8
Illinois Power 23%
Incest Roy .04 1%
Italian Super A 1%
Kaiser-l rarer 9%
Ken-Rad T&L A 5%
King Seeley .80 13%
LanstonMMch 1 14
Leonard Oil Dv 1%
Logans Distill 12%
LoneStarGas.80 18%
Long Island Ltg 1%
Louis L & E 60 11%
McWill Dredge 11%
Mead John ,60a 31
Menasco MIg 3%
Mich Sugar 3%
Mid-WestCp ’ie 17%
Miller Wohl .80 10%
Mining Cp Can . 7%
Monroe L A .20. 3%
Nat Fuel G ,80a 14%
Nat Union Rad 4%
Niagra Hud Pwr 9
Nipsine M h.05g 2
Northeast Alrln 9%
Pan Am Air war 3%
Pantepec Oil .64 11%
Pioneer Gold 3Ms
Pitney-Bow.40a 10%
Pyrene ,4fle 11%
R-K-O opt war 5%
Raytheon MIg 10%
St Regis Paper 9%
Salt Dome Oil 5%
Segal Lock 3%
Solar Aire .60 - 13%
Soss Manultg % 7%
Std Cap Sc Seal 20
Std Power & Lt 3
Technicolor '.ie 16%
Texon O Sc L.4U 8%
Trans-Lux .1 >e 4%
Tri-Conti w w 2%
TungSol pi .002 11%
United Corp ww >*U
Unit Lt Sc Rys 1 23%
U S Foil B 60e 20
Utah-Ida S 15e 5
Valspar Corp 10%
Wrieht-He h.20 3%
ivdkita Vi umuuiuo ill v iviiaviui miw
are annual disbursement! based on tbe last
Quarterly or semiannual declaration. Un
less otherwise noted, special or extra divi
dends are not Included, a Also extra or
extras, b Plus stock dividend, d Cash or
stock, e Declared or paid so lar this year,
f Payable in stock, g Paid last year, h Pay
able In Canadian funds, k Accumulated
dividends paid or declared this year n New
Issue. ww With warrants. xw Without
warrants
Chicago Grain
CHICAGO. Ocl. 25 UP\.—Fairly heavy
i offerings by Eastern commission houses
lorced train prices lower today. At one
lime losses extended to nearly 3 cents,
but a rally developed toward the close
which cancelled some of the downturn.
Declines in the price of cash corn, con
tinuance of the maritime strike and lack
| of any urgent demand for flour at new
prices were offered as reasons for the
slump.
Buying of wheat by the Commodity
Credit Corp. continued small. Early weak
ness in cotton had some influence on sell
ing of grains. At Winnipeg rye again
scored good advances. In the spot market
No. 2 yellow soybeans sold at 3.29.
Wheat finished lower: January.
2.01: corn was off 2 to 2V2. Japuary, 1.37
1.367/*; oats declined Vs-l1/*. November,
81 %-*». and barley dropped 2 to 2Va. No
vember, 1.38 Va.
-a
Market Averages
STOCKS. 30 15 15 60
Indst. Rails. Util. Stks.
Net change_—.6 —.4 —.2 —.5
Today noon_ 85.3 33.8 43.8 62.2
Prev. day_ 85.0 34.2 44.0 62.7
Week ago_86.9 33.6 44.3 63.1
Month ago_ 87.7 34.5 44.8 63.8
Year ago_ 96.0 44.0 49.T 72.1
1946 high_170.4 51.2 55.4 82.4
1946 low_ 82.0 30.9 42.5 59.4
BONDS. 20 10 10 10 10 Low
Rails. Indst. Util. Fgn. Yield.
Net change unc. 4 .2 unc. unc. 4 .1
Today noon 92.8 102.9 104.1 7».0 114.5
Prev day 92.8 107.7 104.1 75.0 114.4
Week ago 92.8 102.8 104.2 74.9 114.4
Month ago 93.3 102.9 105.6 <5.4 114.8
! Year ago 100.8 107.7 108.0 74.6 116.3
1946 high 106.9 105.2 109 i 79.0 120.2
! 1946 low 92.0 107.7 103.3 74,. 114 4
(Compiled bv the Associated Press.)
New York Cotton
NEW YORK. Oct. 25 (JP>.—A heavy gen
eral selling wave swept cotton futures to
losses of $10.00 a bale, the permissible
daily trading limit, today. Extreme de
clines. however, attracted trade covering
and-prices rebounded about $2.50 a bale
from the day s lowest levels.
The selling mood was attributed to
dealers inclination to lighten commit
ments for over the weekenp. Heavy hedge
selling also was apparent and with a
return of quiet conditions in the Worth
street textile market, mill buying of cot
ton futures was not aggressive.
Late afternoon prices were $0,25 to
$7.40 a bale lower than the previous close.
December. 33.30; March, 33.10, and May,
32.25.
LOS ANGELES.—WALLACE IN A GAY MOOD—Henry Wallace
(right), former Secretary of Commerce, and James Roosevelt,
Democratic State chairman, were all smiles here yesterday at a
press conference preceding Mr. Wallace’s speech. The speech
was Mr. Wallace’s first of a series in a cross-country swing.
y~A PWirephoto.
Wallace Clears Up
5 Points on Ties With
Democratic Party
By the Associated Press
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 25.—Henry
A. Wallace, in his first ^speech since
September 12—when an address in
Madison Square Garden on the in
ternational situation brought his
retirement from the cabinet—as
serted last night that “the forces of
reaction * * * can only be
checked by an enlightened, pro
gressive. Democratic Party."
Speaking before a capacity crowd
of 10,400 in Olympic Auditorium,
Mr. Wallace moved squarely into the
tight California political situation,
urging the Senate election of Will
Rogers. jr„ “great son of a great
father.” and defeat of the incom
bent Republican. William F. Know
land. whom he called an exponent of
“Taftism.”
“I want to make five things
clear,” Mr. Wallace told cheering
supporters:
“First. I am still a Democrat.
“Second, more than ever before I
am a progressive.
“Third, I am very happy that
the prospects for a peaceful world
have brightened greatly during the
past month.
Wants “Progressive Democrats.”
“Fourth. I want to do everything
I can to elect progressive Democrats
to Congress.
“Fifth, if the Democrats fail to
control the Eightieth Congress,
there is only one way in which they
can get control back again and that
is by becoming more progressive."
The rally was sponsored jointly
by the Hollywood Independent Citi
zen Committee of Arts, Sciences and
Professions: the Los Angeles CIO
Political Action Committee, the Na
tional Citizens PAC. the Progressive
AFL Committee for Political and
Legislative Action and the Railroad
Brotherhoods’ Joint Legislative
Council of Southern California.
Barkley Attends Luncheon.
Earlier Mr. Wallace told a lunch
eon meeting of more than 1.000
Democrats that he isn't sorry about
the administration upheaval precip
itated by his foreign policy speech
that preceded his resignation from
the cabinet.
"I have no regrets,'' Mr. Wallace
said in his first of a series of cam
paign sDeeches in behalf of Demo
cratic Party candidates. "I have no
hard feelings, I have nothing to
take back and I have no desire to
eause embarrassment to any local
Democrat.”
■ At a news conference Mr. Wal
lace expressed belief that "our for
; eign policy has definitely changed
for the better," but added, “I have
i not changed my views.”
Praises U. N. Speech.
He pronounced President Tru
man's United Nations Assembly
! speech "constructive in the direc
tion of a peaceful world and defi
nitely in the Roosevelt tradition."
Mr. Wallace and Senate Majority
Leader Barkley, who was a fellow
! speaker at the Democratic luncheon.
; paid their respects to free enter -
I prise.
Mr. Barkley said:
“The Democratic Party from Jef
ferson to Harry Truman has been
a believer in free enterprise, but
does not believe in the type of free
enterprise which permits one man
to exploit others or a group of men
to monopolize at tne expense of
! others.”
30 Jewish Groups Confer
On Social Agencies' Plans
Representatives of more than 30
Washington Jewish Women's Or
ganizations were urged to support
the program of the Council of So
cial Agencies at a conference yes
terday in the Jewish Community
i Center, Sixteenth and Q streets N.W
I Dr. Eli Louis Cooper, community
relations director of the Washing
ton office of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith, told the
more than 100 delegates that “the
recommendations of the councils
recent survey envisage a harmoni
ous and healthy community dedi
cated to democratic living, and one
in which all elements arrive to
gether in peace, as we fought the
war, in a spirit of understanding
and good will, and for the mutual
benefit of all.”
Dr. Mortimer J. Cohen, rabbi of
Beth Sholem Congregation, Phila
delphia, and vice president of the
Jewish Community Relations. Coun
cil there, pointed out .the opportuni
ties for Jewish women to improve
community good will.
Sponsored by the Anti-Defama
tion League Committee of B’nai
B’rith Women, the conference was
conducted by Mrs. Joseph Low,
i chairman of the committee. Mrs.
Nat H. Levy, president of the local
chapter, extended greetings. Other
members of the committee are Mrs.
Eugene Kohut and Mrs. Jesse B.
Solomon.
Chest Board to Meet
Reports of early returns of the
Arlington Community Chest cam
paign will be given by General
Chairman Stephen M. Smith at 8
p.m. Monday at the quarterly meet
ing of the Chest’s Board of Trustees,
at 3159 Wilson boulevard. The
drive opened Tuesday and will con
tinue through November 19.
Browder and Author
Clash Heatedly on
Broadcast Forum
By the Associoted Press
FORT WAYNE. Ind.. Oct 25—A
question asked at a Town Meeting
of the Air program last night re
sulted in a heated exchange between
Earl Browder, Soviet publishers rep
resentative in the United States, and
Leo Cherne. author and executive
secretary of the Research Institute
of America.
A member of an audience of
educators attending the Northeast
ern Indiana Teachers’ Association
convention here asked Mr Browder,
one-time secretary of the Com
munist Party in the United States,
if Russian trades unions could strike.
Mr. Browser answered in the
affirmative and Mr. Cherne im
mediately jumped to the microphone
and shouted:
‘‘I say Mr. Browder lies.”
Mr. Browder interposed to com
plete his answer and said:
"Because the Russian workers
know' that their representatives are
j taking care of them and no one
makes profit from their work, they
have no incentive to strike.''
George V. Denny, jr., moderator,
stepped in and asked Mr. Cherne to
retract his statement, but he re
fused.
Mr. Browder and Paul Kern, New
* York lawyer who recently won a suit
| to have the Communist Party on the
1 ballots in New- York, took the nega
: tive side of the question “are Amer
1 ican Communists a threat to trade
‘unions?” Milton Murray, president
jof the American Newspaper Guild
] and a member of the CIO Executive
' Board, and Mr. Cherne took the
affirmative.
Mr. Murray charged that there
| were Communists in every branch
of the labor movement.
‘This Communist minority,” he
said, "is being exploited by propo
gandists in attempting to convince
i the public that the entire labor
j movement is Communistic "
Weather Report
District of Columbia—Increasing
cloudiness and warm, with highest
temperature around 75 this after
noon. Cloudy with showers begin
ning tonight and ending tomorrow
morning followed by clearing and
| cooler tomorrow afternoon. Lowest
j temperature tonight near 60 de
grees.
Virginia and Maryland — Cloudy
and mild with showers in west por
tion early tonight aqd beginning in
east portion late tonight. Tomor
row clearing and cooler, preceded
by showers in east portion.
Wind velocity, 19 miles per hour;
direction, south south-east.
River Report.
(From United States Engineers.'
Potomac River clear at Harpers Ferry
and at Great Falls; Shenandoah clear at
Harpers Ferry
Temperature and Humidity.
♦ Readings at Washington National Airport .)
Yesterday— Temperature. Humidity.
Degrees. Per cent.
Noon _ 68 5P
4 p hi. __ _ 73 4 8
8 p.m __ . 6.i 71
Midnight_ 57 83
Today—
8 a.m. _ 57 88
10 a m 64 77
Record Temperatures This Year.
Highest. 96 on July 20.
Lowest. 11, on January 28.
Tide Tables.
(Furnished bv United States Coast and
Geodetic Survey.)
Today. Tomorrow.
High __ S:lla.m. 8:46 a m.
Low _ ___ 3:43 a m. 3 26 a m.
High _ _ S:30pm. 9:05 pm.
Low ___ 2:52 p.m. 3:30 p.m.
The Sun and Moon.
Rises. Sei4*
Sun. today . _ 6:28 5:16
Sun. tomorrow _ 6:29 5:15
Moon, today 6:55 a m 5:52 pm.
Automobile lights must be turned on one
half hour after sunset.
Precipitation.
Monthly precipitation in inches In thf
Capital (current month to date):
Month. 1946. Average Record.
January _ 1.88 3.55 * 7.83 3<
February . _ 2 32 3.37 6.84 '84
March _ 1 67 3.75 8 84 '91
April _ 1.93 3.27 9.13 '89
May _ 6.99 3 70 10.69 ’89
June _ 1.40 4.13 10.94 ’00
July _____ ___ 3.14 4.71 11 06 '45
August _ 5.7 5 4.01 14 41 *28
September __ __ 2.72 3.24 17.45 '34
October _ 2.11 2.84 8.81 ’37
November _ _ _ 2.37 7.18 77
December 3.32 7.56 '01
Temperatures in Various Cities.
High Low . High. Low.
AlbuQuerque 64 45 Miami- 79 72
Atlanta 73 58 Milwaukee- 70 43
Atlantic City 68 61 New' Orleans 83 65
Bismarck _ 55 38 New York _ 74 54
Boston -_66 51 Norfolk __ 75 52
Buffalo_ 73 60 Okla. City__ 68 45
Chicago . - 72 44 Omaha__ 85 38
Cincinnati _ 7 7 56 Phoenix_ 86 50
Detroit __ 73 62 Pittsburgh-- 77 57
El Paso _ 80 53 Portland - 63 39
Galveston _ 86 64 St. Louis __ 72 45
Harrisburg _ 71 49 S. Lake City 49
Indianapolis 75 50 San Antonio 86 64
Kansas City 70 45 S. Francisco 78 54
Los Angeles. 90 69 Seattle- 83 57
Louisville_ 75 50 Tampa- 84 65
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