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Midyear Finds Stock:
On District Exchange
Moderately Lower
By Edward C. Stone
Midyear finds many issues listei
nn the Washington Stock Exchangi
only- moderately lower than at thi
beginning of the year, a surve;
shows. In fact, some stocks sucl
as Woodward Lofhrop preferret
and Security Storage are higher
The store stock recently sold a
131 ’4 and Security Storage at 11214
At 190. Norfolk fz Washingtoi
Steamboat stock is off only 2 points
Capital Transit, at 25*4, is down 3
Potomac Power and Washingtoi
Gas issues have held up well, a
have several miscellaneous stocks
Peoples Drug and Carpel Corp. an
Off only a point from their flrs
1947 sales. The spread has beet
wider in store stocks which havi
recently displayed a rising trend.
Real Estate Title Insurance ha.
Rained 10 points this year, clostm
1946 at 183 and selling recently a
193. Some bank stocks on the boar;
reveal declines of considerable pro
portions. In contrast. Bank of Com
merce & Savings, which ended 194i
at 335. moved recently at 363. Lin
coin National registered 365. Na
tional Bank of Washington was u]
2'4 points in the half year, tin
survey shows.
Bank’s Deposits tip $243,522.
Deposits of the Industrial Bank o
Washington scored a gain of $243,52
in the first half year. On June 3'
deposits totaled $5,792,867 as com
pared with $5,549,345 in December, i
very high percentage advance.
Officials said today that more that
$150,000 of the increase was due t
Christmas savings club payments
The rest was just a normal busines
increase, they added.
Industrial is the only bank in thi
city "now operating Christmas sav
ings clubs.
Financing at 10-Year Peak.
New State and municipal financ
ing during the first half of 1947 set i
record high for the past 10 years
totaling $1,417,409,755 as comparet
with $601,032,659 during the first hal
of 1946, according to the Daily Bont
Buyer. Total for June was $209.327,•
156 as compared with $130,851,041 it
June of 1946.
The District Building and Loat
League has been informed tha
about 2,200,00 families have madi
home loans from these institution;
since 1930. The average amount foi
which a home was mortgaged wa:
the modest sum of $3,286, the repor
said. This is considered a health];
condition.
Mrs. McAlister in Capital.
Mrs. Aee McAlister and her hus
band, of Dallas, Tex., who built U{
one of the largest advertising syndi
cates in the United States, are it
the Capital for a conference witt
advertisers and salesmen at th<
Statler Hotel. Mrs. McAlister playec
a leading part in putting five bij
companies into one. As head of th<
organization, she has made a bril
liant record in spite of violent at
tacks of arthritis, forcing her t<
carry on much of her work from s
wheelchair. She started her careet
in radio work in New York.
Bank Opened in Bethesda.
The new branch office of the Sub
urban National Bank was opened ir
Bethesda this morning at 7444 Wis
consin avenue. The branch gol
, away to a good start with a good
natured contest for the honor ol
“first customer."
The first half day’s business wa:
most gratifying, Fred L. Lutes, th<
president, said. The office is ir
charge of Joseph T. Howard, assistec
by Wilson W. Rich. Many busines:
friends in Bethesda sent flowers foi
the opening and many of the bank!
directors visited the office.
| Business Briefs |
Working Capital of 214 manufac
Hiring corporations rose $154,000,001
in 1946 to a total of 75% greate:
than at the end of 1939—Nationa
Industrial Conference Board. Thi
board found sales in 1946 were 125°;
above 1939.
Man of the Year is the title con
ferred by the New York Financia
Writers’ Association on Henry Fon
II. His name led returns as “thi
man in finance and industry who, it
19<S, contributed most in advancir*!
American ideals at home an<
abroad.'1
Atlas Plywood Corp. declared i
quartely dividend of 62'2 cents i
common share, payable August 1
Previous payments were 50 cents.
MrGraw Electric Co. declared ai
extra dividend of 50 cents and i
regular quarterly of 50 cents, botl
payable August 1. No extra was pai(
last August, but a year-end extra o:
$1 was paid in December.
, Eagle-Picher Co. and subsidiarie:
reported net income of $2,199,025 oi
$2.47 a share in six months endec
May 31 vs. $898,536 or $1.01 in th<
same period a year earlier.
First' National Stores earnec
$5,357,235 or $6.54 in 12 month:
ended March 29 vs. $2,885,555 oi
$3.52 the previous year.
Portsmouth Steel Corp. net foi
three months ended June 30 wa:
$1,024,359 or 77 cents. No compar
ison was available.
Mead Corp. earned $2,466,220 oi
$3.16 a share in 24 weeks ended Jun<
15 vs. $1,276,117 or $1.51 a yeai
earlier.
Chesapeake Corp. of Virginia nel
income for 24 weeks ended June If
was $1,689,440 or $3.65 vs. $508,011
or $1.10 in the like 1946 period.
United Corp. earned $773,198 oi
68 cents in three months ended Jun<
30 vs. $609,244 or 50 cents a yea:
earlier.
I,ukrns steel i;o. and suDSidianei
reported net income of $1,283,699 ir
nine months of the firm's fiscal yea;
vs. a loss of $830,188 in the sam<
period of the preceding year.
National Battery Co. earnec
$1,484,452 or $4.43 in 12 month;
ended April 30 vs. $893,841 or $2.67 ir
the preceding fiscal period.
Lehigh Portland Cement Co. profi
for 12 months ended June 30 wa:
$3,224,202 or $3.39 vs. $1,795,623 o;
$1.89 in the preceding year.
Booth Fisheries Corp. earnec
$613,977 or $2.65 in 12 months endec
April 26 vs. $608,792 or $2.63 in thi
previous fiscal period.
Container Corp. of America ha;
acquired control of O. B. Andrews
Co. through a cash offer to stock
holders of the cartoon and papet
container manufacturer.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad handled
62.449 cars of freight in the week
ended July 12 vs. 54,145 in the
previous week and 66,157 a year ago
Ryan Aeronautical Co. will begin
turning out its four-place personal
plane, Navion, within 60 to 90 days
Matson Navigation Co. announced
a subsidiary, Oceanic Steamship Co.
had suspended its $18,000,000 pro
* gram for reconversion of the pas
senger liners Mariposa and Mon
terey because of labor and material!
costs.
N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE |
(Tarnished *y tut Associated rress.i
Sales—
Stock and Add Net
Dividend Rate. 00 High. Low. 2:30. rhge.
ABBOTT LAB'-'a 8 8a 84 844* + 4*
A C T-Brlll Mot 3 94* 9 94* + '/*
Acme Steel 1 ?i* 7 314* 51>/4 51?* + 44
Adams Exp Vi* 11 1644 16V* 16V*
AdmlralCorpVsg 4 844 8V* 8V4 + V*
Air Reduction 1 23 334* 33'/* 33V4 + 4*
Alaska Juneau . 9 54* 54* 54*
■ Alleghany Corp 41 4 37* 4 + V*
1 Alleghany Co pf 9 39V* 384* 394* + V*
‘ Alleghany or Pf 1 64 64 64 + V*
. AllegLudStl .80* 11 40 394* 40
Allen Indust 1.. 1 18V4 1BV* 1844+ 4*
’ Ai Chm Sc Dye 8 5 190 188'/« IBS'* - ?*
1 Allied Kid la 3 214* 21 2144+14*
I Allied Mills 2g_. 4 32'/* 32 -32>/4 + 4*
Allied Stores 3 28 38 37V4 374* + V*
Allis Chaim 1 80 28 38 37'/. 38 + **
; Allis ChM pf 3 V4 4 97V4 97 97'/.+ Vi
AlpheP Cem *.* 5 284* 28'/* 28V* - 4*
' AmalLeath ,20g 4 64* 64* 64* — V*
1 Amerada Pet 2 _ 10 89 88 89 +2
Am Airlines 80 10 94* 10 + Vi
Am Alrl pf 3V* 5 70'/* 69'* 70V4 +2
AmBankN 1.20* 9 27 26V* 26?*+?*
1 tAm Bnk N pf 3 30 69V4 68 68 -IV*
;. Am Bosch - 2 134* 13 134* + ?*
Am Brake 1.10* 9 444* 44V4 44?*+'*
Am Cable & Rad 20 54* 5'/* 5?* + V*
'; Am Can 3 2 94'* 93V* 94V* + 4*
I tAm Can p,f 7 3 190V* 189?* 1894* - 4*
' Am Car&Fdy 3e 8 48 48 48 +1
1 Am Car&F pf 7 2 103V* 103 103V4 +3
: | AmCh&Cbl 1.40 14 24 2344 24 +1
tAm Chicle 4a 2 163 160 162 +3
. Am Colony 1.20 3 22'/* 22 22'/*+1'/*
’ Am Cryst S .90* 3 21 , 20V* 21 + V*
! Am Distillers 2s x 3 34'/* 34 343/*+1V*
Am Encaustic _ 6 54* 54* 5?* + V*
I Am Export L 2.. 16 20V. 194* 20 + V*
Am A Frn Pvr 33 4 34* 4 + V*
■ AmdtF P fl pf 3k 2 90'* 90 90 -1
. Am * F P 2d pf 5 194* 19'/* 19>i + V*
. Am-HawaiiSS3 4 38 37'/. 37'/. - 4*
1 AmHide & L V4* 5 74* 7Vi 74* - V*
•■Am Home 1.20a 37 254* 244* 254* - V*
. 1 Am Ice Vag 2 744 7V. 74* + 4*
, Am Internl .20* 1 114* 114* 114* + V*
I T nc* nnn 1 4 VI - XT OA4/. 9 A 9iS/a 4 74
! Am MchAFd .80 5 21% 21% 21%-%
Am Metal 1 _ 13 31% 30% 31%+1
! Am Molass .80 . 2 11% 11% 11% + %
AmNewsCO 1 Via 2 33 34% 34% - %
f Am Power A Lt 47 12% 12*4 12% + %
) AmP&L 6pf4*-ik 4 112% 112% 112% + %
. AmPAL 5pf3%k 2 103% 103% 103% + >4
', AmRadlator.40< 28 15% 14% 15%
■ Am Roll Mill 3 c 109 32% 31% 32%+%
, ' t Am RM pf 4% 150 108 108 108
Am Safe Rar la 14 13 12% 13 + %
Am Seatint Vie. 5 18% 17% 18*4 + >4
11 *AmShipBldg2g 2 36 36 36 + %
, AmSmeltAR2a 30 61% 61% 61%+1%
\tAmSARPf7 150 170 169 169 -1
■ Am Stl Pound 2 13 32% 32 32% + %
;l Am Stores l.OSg 2 27*4 27 27*4-%
I AmSugRef 2*4* 3 40% 40 40 -%
Am Tel A Tel 1*. 38 157% 157% 157% + %
‘ Am Tobacco 3a_ 2 77 77 77 + *4
.[ Am Tobac B 3a. n 77% 77 77 + %
Am Viscose 2 11 56% 56 56%+%
I Am Water Wks. 42 17 16% 16% + %
I Am Woolen 3*._ 51 40% 39 40*4+1
. : Am Wool Pf 4_ 2 85 85 85 + *4
Am Zinc ,20g .. 14 8% 7% 8*4 + *4
■ AnacoriCop !>/»* 44 38*/. 38*4 38*-.+ %
, +AnWireAC3Vig 280 54% 53% 54%+1%
tAnchor Hk Df4 1 110*4 110% 110*4 + *4
. Andersn Clay 2a 4 56% 56 56% + %
Ander-Prlch O 1 17 19% 18% 19% + %
[ A P W Products 2 4% 4% 4%
. Arch-Daniel Vi* 4 33% 33% 33% + *4
Armour A Co 113 15 14% 14%+ *4
' Armour prl4Vik 2 122% 122% 122% - %
tArmour pf_ 90 173 173 173 - *4
Armst Cork -80* 1 47*4 47*4 47% — *4
tArmstrng pf3Vt 2 105% 105% 105% + *4
Assd Dry G 1 .SO 24 18% 18% 18% + %
t Asso DG 1 St 6 30 123 123 123
Asso Investors 2 1 54 54 54 +2
Atch T A S P 6 . 18 87% 85% 87% +1%
A T P Inc Vit . 13 14*4 14% 14*4 + *4
Atl Coast Line 3 4 55% 55% 55% + %
Atl Refining 1 *4 11 38% 37% 38%
tAtl Ref pfB3*/« 210 101*4 101 101 + *4
Atlas Coro 1.60 7 26% 26*4 26%+%
tAtlas Powdr 1 g 210 66 64% 66 +1*4
tAtlas Powd pf 4 30 120 120 120 -1
Austin Nichols 3 8% 8 8% + %
Austin N pf 1 20 2 15% 15% 15% + *4
Autocar Co 1*. 12 24*4 23% 24*4+ *4
Auto Canteen 1 21 22% 22 22%+1*4
AvCoMfg.10* 146 6*4 5*4 6% + %
BABBITT 1.20a 1 14% 14% 14%+%
Bald Loco Vi*.. 64 20*4 19% 20*4+1
Balt * Ohio . 113 14% 13% 14%+1
; Balto A Ohio Pf 27 19% 19 19% + %
Barker Big . 3 26 25% 26 + %
Barnsdall Oil la 87 30 28% 29%+ %
Bath Iron 1 Vi* 5 16% 16% 16%+ %
Bayuk Cigar *4g 7 22 21% 22 + %
Beech Aircraft 6 7% 7 7% + ‘4
Beech-NPacl.40 2 31% 31% 31%+ %
Beldin*-Hm .80 3 15 15 15%
' Bell Aircraft 3 13% 13% 13% - %
1 Bell A Howell *4 3 20% 20% 20% + %
Bendix Avlat 2 26 34% 33% 34% +1%
i Bendix H Ap *«* 17 21% 20% 21
Beneficial 1,20a 2 24% 24% 24%
Beth Steel 6 40 92% 90*4 91% +1%
Blgelow-Sanf 2* 5 53% 52% 53% + %
Blaw-Knox .40* 42 17% 16% 17%+ %
j Bliss IWll.. 17 28 27% 27%+ >4
i rBlmingdale 214110 36% 36% 36% +2*4
Boeing Air 1* 7 17% 17 17*4— *4
| BohnAluAB 1 Vi* 2 43*4 43*4 43*4+ %
| +Bon Ami B 2*4. 20 59 59 59 -1%
Bond Stores 2 _ 16 30*4 29% 30*4 + %
Bordn Co 1.20*. 17 44*4 43% 44*4+ %
Borg-Warner 2 . 14 48% 48 48%+1
Boston A Me_11 5 4% 5 + *4
Braniff Alrw . 6 9% 9*4 9% + %
Bridgept B 65* 5 15% 15% 15%+ %
Briggs Mfg 2_ 8 35% 34% 35% + %
Briggs & Stra 1- 4 28% 28 28*4— *4
Brlstol-Mylg 4 44% 44% 44% — %
1 BklynUGas 1 60 ? 21% 21 21*4+1
Bucyrus-E .60*- 8 17% 17 17%+ *4
Budd CO ... 46 12*4 11% 12*4 + ‘4
; Bullard Co . . 10 20% 20 20% + %
BuIovaWatch 2a 13 34*4 33% 34*4 +1%
Burling Mills la 67 20*4 19% 20 + *4
f Burling M pf 4 10 100% 100% 100% + %
Burl Ml* cvpf3W 1 89 89 89 -1
Burr Ad M .60 25 13% 13*4 13*4 + %
Butler Bros *4* - 6 15% 15*4 15%
Butte C A Z 5 4*4 4% 4*4 + %
■ Byron Jack 1.40 4 25% 25 25*4 - *4
. I CAij PACK 1 Vi . a* — ve
, Callahan Zinc . 11 2?* 2% 2%
1 Calumet AH %* 18 7% 7% 7% + %
■ Can Dry G.45* 1* 16% 16% 16%+ %
tCan Dry pf 4 V4180 128% 127 128% +1
Can Pacific %* 64 12% 12% 12% + %
j Cannon Mills 4* 1 64% 64% 64% +1%
1 Caro PAL l’e*. 3 3S 34% 35 +1
: Carrier Corp 13 17% 16% 17% + %
1 CarrierCorp pf2 3 39 38% 39 + %
[ CarrAGen .20a 8 7% 7 7% + %
Case JI Co 1.20* 13 40% 40 40%+1
\ Caterplllr Tr 3 2 61 61 61 + %
1 Celanese Cp Vs* *0 24% 24% 24% + %
- tCelanese of 7 50 145 145 145 +2
: Celanese 1st 4% 1 106% 106% 106% +1%
Celotez Corp 1 17 28 27% 28 + %
I CentAguirre 1 % 4 19% 19% 19% + %
Cent Foundry._ 26 11% 10% 11%+ %
' Cert-teed .45* . 27 16% 16% 16% + %
1 Champ P AP la 4 22% 22% 22%+%
. Checker Cab 4 14 13% 14 + %
Ches CP Va 1 '.»* 4 27 26% 27 + %
Che* A Ohio 3a 30 48% 47%. 48% + %
1 CAOpf.IVi_ 7 98% 98% 98%+1%
L' Chi Corp .40_15 8% 8% 8% + %
, ! Chi A Bast 111.. 8 5% 5% 5%
Chi A Kill A... 13 9% 9 9% + %
1 Chi Ort West pf 6 13% 12% 13% + %
Chi Ind A L A . _ 7 7% 7 7% + %
Chi M SPAPac 46 11 10% 10% + >/«
CMSPAP Pf7%* 30 34% 34% 34%+1
Chi A NW le 20 22 21% 22 +1
Chi A N W Pf 5e 7 46% 46 46% + %
ChlPneuTool 1* 12 29 28% 28%+ %
Chickasha ' 2*. - 4 18% 18% 18% + %
‘Chile Cop 2a - 30 36 35 36
Chrysler n %h 171 60 58% 60
CinGAEll.05* 27 27% 27% 27%+%
Cin Mill M 1.40. 4 25% 25% 25%+1
CITFlnanee? 7 46% 45% 46 + %
' City IceAFuel 2 3 31% 31% 31% + %
City Invest .45* 13 10% 10% 10%+ %
CleveElecIliun.-! 13 42% 42% 42% — %
! tCleY E 111 pf4Vi 90 110% 110% 110% - %
Clev Graph 1.BO 2 34% 34% 34% + %
ClimaxMol 1 20 23 19% 19% 19% + %
! Clinton Ind 2.40 4 37>* 37 37
1 Clu Peabody 1*. 2 45% 45% 45%+ %
Coca Cola 3a ... 2 172 172 172 +2
Ooleate-P-P 2a 20 49 48** 49 +1
Collins A Aik la 7 34 33% 34 + %
Col Fu Air ,60a 44 15% 15% 15%+ %
Col FuelAIr nf 1 5 19% 19% 19%+ %
fColo A South 550 15** 14% 15%+1
fColoASo 3 St pf 460 16% 14** 16% +2
tCnIASouth 2pf 80 15% 14% 15
Columb B Al* 4 30 30 30 +1
ColGasAElec.BO 135 12 11% 11% - %
Colurn Csrbn 2 4 35% 35% 35% + %
Col ASOE 2 15* 2 42% 42% 42%+1
Cornel Credit 2 6 45% 45** 45% — %
tComl Cr of3 60730 107 106 106%-**
Comerl SolT % * 33 26% 25% 26** + %
ComwlthEd 2.40 27 31% 30% 30% - %
Comvl A South 65 3% 3% 3** + %
Com A So pf 8k 2 118% 118% 118% + **
Conde Nsst 1 .. 8 11% 11% 11% + %
Cons Cop .3 5* .. 6 6% 6% 6% + %
' Con* Kdl* 1.60 21 26% 26% 26%+ %
Cons Nat Gas 2. 34 48% 48% 48%+ %
ConsRRCUba Pf 2 24 23% 24 + %
Cons R St 1.60a 5 16% 15% 16%+ %
Cons Vultee Vi* 8 13% 12% 13%
; Consum Po* 1* 5 37 36% 37 + %
tConsumP of4Vi 40 112% 112% 112% + %
1 Container Cp 2* 6 42% 42 42% - %
Cont Bakin* 1.. 12 15% 15% 15% + %
Cont Can 1 .... 33 40 39% 40
OontDFib'i* 12 11% 11% 11%+%
. Cont lnsurnc 2. 4 52 52 52 -1
Cont Motors . 58 9 8% 9 + %
Cont Oil Del 1*. 10 45 44% 45 + %
! Cont 8teei %*._ 2 16** 16% 16**
; Cooper-Bess 6 16% 16% 16% + %
fCpwldSt! Pf2Vi 70 49% 48 49
Corn Prod 2V»« . 12 63% 63 63
Cornell-D E 80 6 15% 15% 15% + %
I Coty Inc .20* .. 5 6% 6% 6% + %
1 Coty Inter .20e. 5 3% 3% 3%
tnueto i.du . w
Crowncorl .ROa 3 41 40% 40%
tCrown Z pf4.20130 103% 103% 103% + %
Crucible Steel 4 29% 28% 29% + H
Cub-Am Sui Vie 8 16% 16% 16%+ %
Cudahy P l.ROa 2 44 4J% 44
Curtu Publish 72 10% 9% 10% + %
Curtis P prof 3a 5 65 64% 64%+ %
Curt-Wrlfht Vie 30 5 4% 5
Curt-WriehtA 2 18 15% 15% 15%+%
DANA CORP 1 13 32% 31% 32 + %
tDanaCro Pf3Vi 70 96 96 96
Daveca Strs la- 2 18% 18% 18%+ %
Davison Chem 1 7 23% 22% 23 + %
Day Po*Lt .90* 22 31% 31 31%+ %
DaytonRub .90» 3 16% 16% 16% + %
Decea Rec 1 * 14% 14% 14%
Deere* Co Via _ 23 42% 40% 42%+1%
Deere Bf 1.40.. 1 37% 37% 37%+ %
Del* Hudson 4 6 41% 40% 41% 4jj%
Del Lack *Wn 42 8% 8% 8%-f*%
Den IRQ Vtt 7 12 11% 12
C*R Q W pf ct_ 3 36% 36% 36%
DetBdis l.SOb- 5 13% 23% 23%
Do vtlblss %B— 8 18% 18% 18% + %
Bales—
Stork and Add Net
[Dividend Rate. 00. High. Low. Z:30. ehge
DevoediRAl.ZOa 4 *8% 27% 28%+ %
Dim Match l%a 3 «2 42 42 +%
! Dist Co-Sea .60 42 16% 16% 16% + %
j Doehier-Jarvs 1 36 36% 36 36% + %
Dome Mine .77* 10 21% 21 21
i DouglasAlr 7>%e 9 58% 57 57% + %
Dow Chem 2'ig 4 172% 172% 172%
tDow Chem pf 4 2 112 112 112
Dresser Tndust *8 19% 18% 19% + %
Dunhill Inti 1_2 16% 16% 16%
Du Pont de N 4a 10 196*% 196% 196% + %
Du Pont of 4% 1 127% 127% 127% + %
DuPont.l Vapf3 % 3 105% 105% 105*% + %
DWG Cigar ,67g 2 15% 15% 15%
EAGLE PIC 1 .20 33 25% 24% 24% + %
Eastern Air L Va 56 21% 21 21’%+ %
East SU Stl Vat 5 25% 23% 25% + %
EstmanKod 1.40 55 47% 46% 47%+ %
tEastmn K o! 6. 10 188 188 188 -2
I Eaton Mfg 3 _ 4 53 52 53 +1
ttco Prod 1 "0 5 18% 118% * 18% + %
tEkco Pr pf 4% 10 110 110 110 +2%
Elastic Stop Nut 3 96% 6% § 6% + %
Elec Auto-Lite 3 * 58% 57% 58
Eiec Boat Vat 11 13% 13% 13%+ %
El * Music 09g 3 2ti tft 27% §727%
El Power & Lt 43 18% 18 18% + %
El StorageBat 3 2 55% 55% 55%
El Paso NG 2.40 5 54% 54% 54% - %
Emer El M .40g. 9 127% 12’% 12’%+%
Emer Radio 1 . 4 19 18% 19 +1
Endicott-J 1.60. 5 33% 33 33%+ %
Eng Pub See 17 30% 30 30% + %
Eauit Office B • 12 3% 3% 3% + %
Erie R R 1 74 11% 10% 11%+%
Erie RR of A 8.. 1 57’% 577% 57'%+ H
Evans Prod . 12 23% 22% 23%+1
Eureka Will %_ 6 11% 10% 11%+1%
Evershm 1.20a_ 35 15% 15 15’%+ %
Ex-Cell-O 2.60 4 43% 43 43% + %
BXcn-tsuiieL.nii 1/ n*/4 xv-ym iiv« -r va i
FRBNKS MOR 2 8 55% 55- 55%+1%
Fajardo S 3»g _ 4 30% 30 30
Parns TelARad. 28 7% 6% 7% + %
Fed Lt A Trae .3 24 24 24 - %
Fed Mogul new 10 23% 22% 23 +1
Fed Mot Tr 40a 7 12V. 12 12 + %
Federat DSt 1 % 18 25% 24% 25% + %
Felt&Tarr 1.40 1 22 22 22 + %
Ferro Enam .60* 1 23% 23% 23% + %
Fid P F*re In 2a 5 59 59 59
Firest Tire 3g 7 53% 53 53% + %
FtrstNatSt 2%a 1 59% 59% 59% + %
Firth Carnet la 4 17% 17% 17%+ %
Piintkote %g 21 34 33% 33%
Florence Stove 2 2 35% 35 35% +1
Florida Pow 1. 13 15% 15% 15% - %
Fla Power rt . 101 Via % % —%j
Flora Sh A 1.20g 7 20 19% 20 + %
Follansbee S >/.« 33 22% 22 22% + %
Food Fair St 40 13 12% 12% 12% + %
Foster Whl 3ig 5 27% 27% 27% + %
Francis Sug 3/<g 13 14% 14 14% — %
Freenort Sul2'4 3 43% 43% 43%+ %
Fruehaul Tra l. 17 27% 27% 27%+ %
GABRIEL .38* 3 11% 11 11%+ %
Gair Robert_ 35 8 7% 8 + %
Gard Denrer 1_ 1 17% 17% 17%+ %
Gar Wood Ind . 20 6% 6% 6% + %
GaylordCont la 7 17% 17% 17%+ %
GenAmInvl.48e 10 15% 14% 15% + %
Gen Am Tr 2%. 8 57 56 56%
Gen Bakin* 60. 3 10% 10% 10% + %
Gen Cable V«* 63 11% 11% 11%+%
Gen Cabl» 2pf 2 1 42 42 42 +1
Gen Elec 1.60.. 81 38% 37% 38%+%
Gen Foods 2 5 42% 42% 42%
Gen Instrumt 1. 4 13 12% 13 + %
Gen Mills lVaa 1 52% 52% 52% - %
Gen Motor lVi* 94 61% 60% 60%+ %
Gen Mot of 8 .. 1 127% 127% 127% + %
Gen Mot pf 3%. 1 105 105 105 + %
Gen Out Advt 1. 9 16 15% 16
Gen Precis Ed 1 3 20% 20% 20% - %
GenPubSvc .18e 13 3% 3% 3%
Gen Pub Ut .80 51 15% 14% 14%
Gen Ry Slg 3,i*. 4 30% 30% 30%
Gen Real A Dtll 2 5% 5% 5%
Gen Refract 3/.g 5 25% 25% 25% + %
Gen Shoe 2% 2 33% 33% 33%
tC.enStlCpf4>,ik 1 113% 110% 113% +3%
Gen Teleph 2 .. 5 32% 32% 32%+ %
Gen TlreAR la. 18 27 26% 27 + %
I Gillette SR 2%. H 28% 28% 28%+ %
Gillette pf 8_ 1 104 104 104 - %
j Gimbcl Bros 2b 27 24% 24% 24% + Va
! Glldden Co 2.40 5 42% 42% 42%+ %
; GoebeiBrew.SOa 5 6% 6% 6% + %
Goodall-8n 1 %a 1 31% 31% 31% + %
Goodrich B F 2g 4 58% 58 58% + %
I GoodrearTAR 4 21 49% 48% 49%+ %
I GothmHosl 40a 10 22 21% 22 + %
| Graham-Palge 62 4% 4% 4% + %
I GranbyCon .20* 2 6% 6% 6%
j Granite C Stla* 18 18% 17% 18%+ %
Grant (WT) la 3 32% 32 32%
' tGrantWT pf.1V. 50 105 105 105 + %
1 Grayscn-Rob’a* 5 12% 12% 12% + %
1 Gt Nor 1 O ct le 4 14% 13% 14% + V.
j Gt Nor Ry pf 3 23 44% 44 44% + %
! GtWstSug 1.20a 13 23% 23% 23V. - %
j Green HL n l.h 3 34% 34 34 — %
Greyhound Crp 113 lOVe 10% 10%
GuantanSu* V.g 6 6% 6% 6% + %
iGuantanS Pf 8 20 85% 85% 85% +5%
Gulf Mob&Ohio 70 12% 12% 12% + %
../wao i/_» 4 AAiv AA Xt
Gulf Oil la 72 72% 71% 72 + ‘A :
HALL PRINT la 1 16 16 16 + %
Haml Watch Via 1 16% 16% 16% + %
Harb-Walk Via 7 23% 23V* 23%+ %
HartSAM 1 ,80a. 2 35 34% 35 +1
Hayes Indust __ 10 8% 8% 8% + %
Hayes Mfa Co 11 7% 7 7% + %
rHa7.I-Atlasl.20 3 28% 28% 28% + %
Hecht Co 1.60a. 1 27% 27% 27%+%
tHetnr of 3.65.- 10 108 108 108 +1%
Helme G W 4_ 4 57% 56% 57% +2
Hercul Mot Via 3 20% 20% 20% + %
Here Powd ,70a . 10 59% 59*+ 59*+
Hershey Choc 3. 1 88 88 88 +3
i tHerah cv Df 4a. 50 126% 126 126% + %
Hilton Hotel 1 .36 12’+ 12% 12%
i Hinde A Dau 2.. 1 *9 29 29 + %
Hires C E 1.20 . 2 25% 25% 25%+ %
I Holland Furn la 2 26 26 26 - %
! Holly Sua 1_ 3 19 19 19 + %
t Homestake M La * 47% 47% 47% + %
1 Houd-Hersh Via 12 17% 16% 17%+%
i rHouschld bf3Vi 10 99% 99% 99% + %
! Houston LAP 2 . 3 44 44 44 + %
Houston Oil Via. 48 24% 24 24%+%
Howe Sound 2 . 4 38% 38 38% + %
Hudson A Man 9 5 4% 5 + %
Hud Bay M 2'/ia 2 38% 38% 38*++ *+
Hudson Mot .40 96 17% 16% 17% +1%
Hiidd Corn 41 5% 5 5% + %
IDAHO PR .90a 4 38 36% 38 +1%
111 Central _ 59 27% 26% 27 + %
111 Central Df 1 50 50 50 +2%
IllTermRR ,54a 32 9% 9% 9% + %
IndnlsPALl 40a 9 26% 26% 26%+%
Industrl El Mex. 3 15% 15% 15%+ %
Ind Rayon iy.a- 9 43% 42% 43%+ %
Ineer-Rand 6 .. 1 127 127 127 +5
Inland Stl .90a 13 38 37% 38 + %
InsPlraCopla 7 15% 15% 15%
Insuran Ctf.20a 3 7% 7% 7% + %
tlnterch of 4% 170 108 108 108 +1
mtercooRub Via 5 4% 4 4% — %
Lnterlake Ir.60e 10 13% 13 13% + %
: Int Bus Mch 6 . 1 214 214 214 +3
I Int Harvester 4. 19 94% 94 94*++%
Int Hydro El A. 15 8% 7*+ 8%
Int MACh 1.60. 24 30 29% 30 +1
Int Nickel 1 60 52 32% 32% 32%
tint Nickel pf 7 40 131% 130*+ 130% - %
Int Paper 3 __ 41 49% 49 49%+ %
Int Paper Df 4 . 3 106 105% 106 — %
Int Salt I've - 1 54 54 54
Int Shoe 2.40.. 3 43% 43% 43%+ %
Int Tel A Tel .110 13% 12’+ 13%+*+
Int TAT for ct- 1 13 13 13
JACOBS F L 36 10 9% 9%
tJerCntPAL pf4 80 101% 101 101% + %
Jewel Tea 2.40a. 1 50% 50% 50%+ %
John-Manv Vih. 5 45 44% 45 + *+
Johnson A John 16 33 31 33 +2%
Jones A L Stl 2 66 35% 34% 3%5 +1
Jonea A L Pf A 5 1 96% 96% 96% •- %
Joy Manf 1.20a 11 36% 36% 36% + %
tKCPALt pf3.80 20 107% 107% 107% + %
Kan city Boutn. 17 24’+ 24% 24% + *+
Kan city So Df4 2 57’+ 57% 57’+ - %
KayserJla - 7 16% 16 16%+ %
Kelsey-Hy A lVi 1 25V. 25»+ 25%+%;
KelseyWhl B Via 2 1»% 19% 19% + %
Kennecotl iy.a 29 48% 47% 48 + %
Ktmbrly Cl 1.40 2 24% 24% 24%+ %
tKimb-Clrk nf 4 370 108% 107% 106% + >+
Kinney O R Via 5 15% 15 15%+ %
t Kinney *5 Pf 6 10 74 74 74 +1%
Koppers Co 1.60 6 31% 30% 31% + %
’Koppera Df 4 120 96 95% 96 + %
KresaeSSl'+a * 39% 39 39%-%
Kress S H lVia - 3 51 50% 51 - %
Kroaer Co 2.40. 6 51% 50% 50%+ %
LACLEDE .16a 42 5% 5% 5% + %
tLambert Co 2a. 11 31 30% 31
Lana Bryant 1.. 3 12% 12% .12%+ %
Lee RubrATi 2a 1 44% 44% 44% - %
LeesJmsAS 1.40 5 26% 26 26 + %
Lehlab C A N 1 6 11% 11% 11%
Leh Valley Coal 5 2% 2% 2%
Len V Coal 1 Pf3 4 21 20% 20%+%
Leh Valley RR 1» 6% 6% «% + V4
Lehman Cp 4'4a 14 46% 45% 45% - %
Lehn A Fink %b 2 17 16% 16%
Lerner Stra I Vi. 7 22% 22% 22%+ %
Libby Glass 2 - 7 54% 54% 54% - %
Lib McNAL Via - 18 9% 9 9% + %
UeaettAM»er3a 6 91% 91 91% — %
Lily Tulip l'A-_ 1 43 43 43 + %
Lima Locom 2a. < 54 53% 54 + %
Link-Belt 3_ 6 60% 59% 60 +2%
Lion 011 2_ 4 53 52% 53 + %
Llauld Carbn 1. 5 25% 24% E5 + %
Lockheed Aire.. 12 14% 13% 14 - %
Loews lnel% 34 24% 24% 24%+ %
Lone StarC 3V4a 5 67% 67 67%
Lorrilard Prod 1 3 20% 20% 20% + %
r.nu>iUrH .1 IS 2 47% 47% 47'++ %
Lowenstetn l'ia 18 *5% 25% 25%+ %
tLowenstn 0f4V» 10 100 100 100
Lukens Stl .40 1« 19 18% 19 + %
MACK TRCK 2g 7 51% 50% 51%+ %
Macy (RHi 1 80 4 36% 36% 36% - %
Magma Cop Hg 5 19% 19% 19% — %
Magnavoz 1 . 10 16 15% 16 + %
Manati Sug \ag 5 8% 8% 8% + %
Mandel Bros le. 2 13% 13% 13%+ %
Maracaibo .07#. 8 4% 4% 4% — %
Marathon Cro 1 10 26% 25% 26% + %
Marine Midi Hg 10 7% 7% 7% + %
Marshll Pld 2a_ 7 31% 31 31%+ %
MartinGL. . 24 17% 17 17%+ %
Martm-Pary.60 24 20% 20 20
MasterElcc 2.40 1 39 39 39
Math Alkali Hg. 5 31 30% 30%-%
MajDeptStrs3 0 47 46% 46%-1%
fM»T Dept PI3H120 101% 101% 101%
»MayDept3.40pf 90 95 95 95 - %
Maytag Co He 2 10% 10% 10% + %
•Maytag lat p!8 70 110 110 110
McCrorr 1.40a. 3 30% 30 30 + %
McGraw Elec 2a 7 42% 40% 42%+2
McIntyre 2.01a. 3 54 53% 53%+%
VIcKesa&R 2.40 9 38% 37% 38%+1%
McQuay-N 1 40 1 27% 27% 27%
Mead Corn .70a. 21 23% 21% 23 +2%
Mead CP 2 Pi 2 6 49 47% 49 +2
MeltJlje Sb 1.60 14 24 23 24 +1%
Mengel Co la - 8 19% 19 19%+ %
Mercant Stra 1 7 17% 17% 17%
Merck&Co pf3% 1100 100 100 -%
Meats Mach 3% 1 47 47 47 + %
Miami Cop %g. 8 15% 15% 15% + %
Mid-ConPetl V«g 14 *4% 44% «*% + %
Midland SUP 2 1 37% 37% 37%
Minn-BonReglg 2 58% 58% 58% - %
Mlnn-Mohne . 10 10% 10% 10%+ %
MinmStURjHS 4 13% 13 13%+ %>
M SPjbSSMa la « 11% 11% 11%+ %
Sales
Stock and Add Net
Dividend Rate. 00. High. Low 2:30. chee.
Min Me&M 1.40 3 64 62% 64 +1%
Mission Crp Vic 12 40 39% 40 +1
Mo-Kan-Tezas 156 6% 5% 6% + %
Uo-Kan-Tez pf 56 20% 19% 20% +1%
Mohawk Caro 2 > 2 40 40 40 + %
Mojud Hos .40*. 6 11 10% 11 + %
Monsanto Ch 2. 42 63% 62% 63 + %
Monsanto of 3% 3 125% 125% 125% - %
Montt Ward 2a 42 63 62 63 +1%
Moore-McC L 2. 7 27% z7% 27%+ %
Motor Prod lc .. 4 22 21% 22
Motorola .00 _ _ 13 13% 13 13% + %
Motor Whl 1.20 2 23% 23 23%+%
Mueller Brs ,60h 12 21 20% 20% - %
MullinsMfz ,40z 6 19% 19 19% + %
MurphyGC l%a 1 38% 38% 38%-%
Murray Corn Vi* 11 14 13% 13%+ %
Myers(FE)&B 3 1 53% 53% 53% + %
NASH-KELV Vi* 144 18% 17% 18 + %
Nat Acme 2_ 4 28% 28 28% +1
Nat Airlines 13 13% 12% 13%+ %
NatAutoFib 60 23 12% 11% 12%+ %
Nat Battery lz 1 30 30 30 + %
Nat Biscuit 1 Vi* 14 29% 29 29%+%
Nat Can 12 11% 10% 11%+ %
NatCashRe 1 Vie 6 41 40% 41 + %
Nat City Lines 1 11 lc% 10% 10%+ %
Nat Container 3 20 39% 39Vi 39% + %
Nat Cyln Gas.SO 5 16 i5% 16
Nat Dairy 1.80 8 32% 32% 32% - %
Nat Dent Stria 2 19 18% 18%+ %
Nat Distillers 2 137 22% 21% 22Vi + %
Nat Enamel 2e_ 4 38% 38 38%+%
Nat Gypsm Vi*. 12 20% 19% 20% + %
tNat Gyp pf 4% 50 106 106 T.06
Nat Lead Via 5 34% 34 34% + %
Nat M&S C .30* 10 22% 21% 22%+1%
Nat Pow & L_ 13 1% 1% 1%
Natl Steel 4 9 87 86 87 +2
Nat SuddIv 53 18 17% 18 + %
Nat Sup S2 pf 2 6 17% 17% 17% + %
Natomas Co >i* 3 13% 13 131* _
Neh’Coro 80 1 21% 21% 21%+ %
NeisnerBro 80a 2 16% 16% 16% + %
Newmont Ml* 13 42% 41 42%+1%
NewptNShlpl* 10 20 19% 19%
N Y Central RR 138 17% 16% 17% +.1
NYCh&Sr.Lpf8k. 3 112% 112 112% +1%
NYCOmnib’a*. 5 15% 15% 15%+%
NYDock pf lVa* 1 60 60 60 +1
fNYP&L pf 3.90 60 104% 103% 103% + %
N Y Shipbld Vi* 3 13 12% 13 + %
Nopco Chrn .80* 2 46 45% 46 + %
iNor* Wat 10a340 233 231% 232
No Am Avia le. 18 8% 8% 8% + %
Nor Am CO Vib... 67 26% 25% 26 + %
North Pacific 1* 88 20% 18% 20% + Vi
tNoStPw pf.TBO 170 101 100% 100% - %
Northwest Alrl 49 14% 13% 14 + %
NowstAir pfl.16 10 24 23% 24 + %
NorwalkT&R%* 1 ' 8%’ 8% 8% + %
Norw Phar .60 .. 4 14 14 14 + %
OHIO EDIS 1 * 1 36 36 36
tOhio Bd Pf4.40 10 109% 109% 109%
Ohio OH Vaa 61 27% 26% 27%+%
Olila GAE pf .80 7 20% 20% 20% + %
Oliver Corp Vie 14 22% 22 22% + %
fOliver of 41A 480 104 104 104
Omnibus Corn 1 2 10% 10 10
OtisElevat ,85g 3 1 29% 20% 29%+%
tOtis Elev pf 6 10 156 156 156 + %
Owens GlslVit 21 77 76 76 -1
tPAC COAST 40 15 15 15
tPac Coast 1 pf 10 65 65 65
Pac Gas At Elc 2 13 41% 40% 41% + %
Pac Mills 3 10 35 34 34% + %
tPac TAtT 1.65g 60 104% 103 104% +1%
tPac TelAtT pf 8 10 164 164 164 +1%
Pac Tin Cons.20 5% 5 5% + %
Pac West Oil_ 6 37 37 37 - %
PackardM 15g 178 5% 5*4. 5% + %
PnAmAlrwysVie 69 12 11% 12 + %
Pan Am Pet Vie. 4 16% 16% 16%
PanhdIEPL l%g 7 48% 48 48%+ %
Panhandle PAfcR 22 7% 7% 7% + %
Parfmnt Piet 2. 99 29% 29% 29%+ %
Part Utah CM 3 3% 3% 3% + %
Parke Davlsl 80 6 38 37% 38 - %
Parker Rust 3% 7 29% 29% 29% - %
ParmeleeTr 1.20 3 9% 9% 9%
Patino M Vig_ 2 12% 12% 12%-%
Penney (JC) 2a 16 48 47% 47% + %
Penn-Cent Airl 12 8% 8 8% + %
Penn Dix Ce Vie 3 20 19% 20 + %
PennGISnd 1.40 1 32% 32% 32% - %
Penn PAtL 90g. 10 20% 20% 20%
PennRRVii.. 83 22 21% 21%+%
PeoplesGLAtC4a 1 91% 91% 91%
Peoria & Eastrn 1 12 12 12 +1
Pepsi-Cola 70a 52 32% 32 32% + %
Petrol Corp .20g 1 10% 10% 10%
Pfeiffer Brew 1_ 3 14% 14*,* 14% -» %
Pfizer C&Co 2a . 8 43% 43% 43% + %
PhelpsDget.60g 10 42 41% 41%+ %
tPhila Co 6 pf 3 140 58 57% 57% - %
Phila Elect 1.20 31 24% 24% 24%+ %
Phila El $1 pf 1 3 29% 29% 29% - %
PhilAtRCAtl 1 Vig 12 14% 14% 14%+ %
Philco Corp 1 Vs 11 29% 29% 29%-%
tphtlco pf 3 Vi. _ 30 95 95 95 - %
Philip Mori Vi a. 17 34% 33% 34%+1%
Phil Morris pf 4 1 102% 102% 102% + %
»hlllips-Jon via 2 27 26% 27 +1
Phillips Petrol 2 17 63% 62% 63% + %
Pillsbury 1.60a - 1 36% 36% 36%+ %
PlttCkArCh Vie . 3 12% 12% 12%
tPitts CAtC Pf 6 20 97 97 97
PitConCoal 1.40 7 24 23% 24 + %
tPlttFtWynepf7 10 176 176 176 +1
PittPlateGl .45g 15 38% 37% 38% + %
Pitt Screw .30g . 29 8% 8% 8% + %
Pitt Steel ■* 11% 11% 11%+%
t Pitts steel T si 180 70 o9% 70 + %
tPitStl prp' #lk 1 80 79 80 +1
Pitts At V 4Va 4 13 14% 15 + %
PittstOt 7 26% 26 26%+ %
Plough .60 . 2 12 11% 12 + %
Plymouth Oil lb 5 25% 25 25%
Poor At Co B 1.. 4 15% 15% 15% + %
Pressed StI Car 21 12% 12% 12%+%
PressStl C pf2V« 1 41 41 41 +1%
ProcAtGam 31 4 g 14 66 65% 66 + %
Pub SvcCol 1 65 3 36 35% 35% + %
Pub S N J 1.40 16 24% 23% 23%
tPub SvcNJ Pf8 260 146 145% 146 — %
tPub SvcNJ Pf7 100 129% 128% 129% +1%
tPub SvcNJ pfO 480 119% 117% 119% +1%
tPub Svc NJ pfti360 109% 108% 109
Publickcr Ind 22 30% 30 30% - %
tpubllcker Dl4%110 98 97% 98
Pullman la_ 7 57% 56% 57
Pure 011 1_ 8 27% 27% 27% + %
Purity Bak 2 40 1 33 33 35 +1%
RADIO CP ,20g 108 9% 9% 9% + %
Radio CP Pf3%. 3 79% 79 79
Ra-Kth-O 1 20 32 13% 13% 13%+%
tRals Pur pfSVi 100 104% 104% 104% + %
Raybest-M IVig. 1 34% 34% 34%+1%
Rayonier Inc __ 8 22% ' 22% 22% — %
Rayonier pf 2 _. 3 36% 36% 36% — %
Reading 2 pf 2 .. 1 i9 39 39 +%
Reeves Bros 1-_ 7 14% 14% 14% — %
tReisRAtCopf 60 111 110 110
ReliableStl 60a 1 24% 24% 24% + %
P.tjiar.ce Mfg 1 _ 3 14% 14 14% + %
RemRand 1.05b 10 34% 34% 34%+ %
XTntnrl 91/. 7 31% 31% 31%+%
Rep Aviation--. 21 6% 6 6% + %
Republic Picture 21 6 5% 6 + %
Repub Piet pf 1 2 12% 12% 12% + %
Repub Steel la 178 28% 27% 28%+1
Revere Copr 3«g 8 20% 20% 20% + %
Rexall Drug 3 ig 33 8% 8% 8% + %
Reynolds Met 19 25% 24% 25% +1
tRey Met pf 6% 60 106% 106% lp6% + %
Reynolds Spring 1 12% 12% 12% — %
tRynlds T 1.40a 10 46% 46% 46%+1
Reyn Tob B 1.80 29 42% 41% 42% + %
Rheem Mfg 1 - 13 22% 22% 22% + %
Richfield Oil ) 9 16% 16% 16% + %
RoyalTypel ,15g 1 22% 22% 22%+ %
Ruberoid lx _ 1 56% 56% 56%+1%
RUPDert (J) 1 1 22% 22% 22%+ %
SAFEWAY ST 1 23 24% 23% 24
St Joseph Ld 2a 7 47% 47 47%+ %
St L San Fran 71 9% 9% 9% + %
St L SanFran pf 30 30 29% 30 + %
St Regis Paper 134 11% 11 11%+ %
Savage Arms Vi 3 9 8% 8%
Schenley Dlstl 2 61 32% 32% 32% + %
Scott Paper 2-... 1 45 45 45 + %
Scranton Elec 1. 9 16 15% 16 + %
Seab Air L R R 13 18% 18 18% + %
SeaALRRpfS'/ig 3 50 50 50 + %
Seaboard Oil 1-. 4 31% 31% 31%+ %
Seagrave_— 1 6% 6% 6% + %
Sears Roebct la 60 40% 40% 40% + %
Seeger Refraatr 8 14 13% 13% + %
Seibetllng R ■it 6 11% 11% 11%+ %
Servel Inc 30e 22 13% 13 13% + %
ShamrOAG 1.20 17 27 26% 27 + %
Sharon Steel 2 7 32% 32% 32% + %
SharpVDom lie 5 23% 23 23%+ %
Shattuck FG#a 2 18% 18% 18%+ %
Shea fferPen.40a 4 12% 12% 12% - %
Shell On Oil.Vig 35 32% 32 32%+ %
Sheraton A ..20g 6 8% 8 8% — %
Silver King Col ^ 5% 5% 5% + %
Simmons Co %g 10 37% 36 37% +1%
Sinclair 011 1 58 16V* 16% 16% — %
Sloss-Shefld %g 3 18% 18% 18% + %
Smith!AO) CD 1 2 59 59 59 -1
Smith ACoran 2. 2 30 29 30 +2
SmithASonl 40 5 -56% 36% 36%
Socony-Vac .80. 53 17 16% 17 + %
So AmGold 10* 16 4% 4% 4% — %
So Caro BAG % 3 7 6% 6% - %
So P RicaSug 4a 4 44% 44 44 + %
SoeastGrey 1.60 6 17 16% 17
So CalEdls 1V, 10 34 33% 34 + %
SouNatGas lVib 7 22% 22% 22%
Soutnern Pac 4 66 46% 45% 46%+1%
Southern Ry 3 5 45 40% 38% 40% +1%
Southrn Ry pf 6 4 69% 69% 69% + %
tso Ry MAO 4 10 79 79 79 +1%
Sparks Wlthing. 4 5% 5% 5% + %
Spear* Co Vie. 2 9% 9% 9% + %
Spenc Kellogg rf 18 29% 28% 29%
Sperry CorP +«g 24 20% 20 20% + %
Spiegel Inc 61 14 13% 14 +1
tSpiegel pf 4Vi 40 79% 78% 79%+ %
SouareDCo ,40g 10 17% 17% 17%+ V*
SquibbASons 1. 1 36 36 36 — %
Stand Brands 2 53 30% 29% 30 + %
StdBrands pf3Vi 2 98% 98% 98%+ %
Std GsAEl $4 pf 54 28% 28% 28% + %
Std GsAEl S6pr 5 104 103 103 -3%
Std < pr PI . IIO'/I nop
std Oil call H* 45 82 611/* 62 +1
Std Oil Ind 1 Ha *8 42% 42 42% + H
Std Oil NJ 2* 54 77% 7644 77 + %
Std Oil OhioHl 22 27V* 27% 27%
Std Oil Oh pf.13, 1 104H 1044* 1041/4 + 4*
Stand StlSp 44a 14 144* 144* 14'/4 + 44
Sterchl Bros 1 - 5 16% 1644 164*
Sterlina Drua 2 5 414* 414* 414*
StewartWrnHa. 5 164* 1644 164* - 4*
StokelT-V C %* 10 184* 18i/4 18% + 44
Itone&Web 1 He 17 1544 15 15
Studebaker Ha 138 22>* 21 22‘* +1%
Sun Chem .60 .. 18 13V. 124* 1344 +%
Sun Oil lb 6 3744 57% 574*
Sunray Oil Ha 132 104* 10>* 1044 + %
Sunshine Bisc 3. 4 42 414* 41%
Sunshine M 40. 6 1044 30% 104*
Superheater la 12 2044 1944 80% + %
Superior Etl Hi 5 18'* 18 184* + %
SwlftACo 1.00a 7 35 344* 344*
swift Inti 1.60 4 24% 24i* 24%
Sylvan IIP .70t 18 24% 2344 24 + %
tSylvn Hec of 4 30 101% 101% 103% - %
Symlnt-Old He 7 7% 7% 7% + 4*
niiAUTOGRPH 1 64* 64* 6% - 4*
rennCornla.. 4 16% 1644 16%
rexas Co 2a 20 6444 64 64%+ %
rexGulfPr .20f. 14 144* 14% 14%+ 44
rex Gulf 8*1 2a 2 54% 54% 54%+ %
Tex Pec C*o 1. 8 3344 33% 33% + 44
rexFacLTr .4Of 11 27% 27 27 - %
rex ft Pac Ry 2f 9 50% 49% #0% + %
matcher ,60b 1 17 17 #«. — %
■Thtcher pf2.10 20 55 55 V55 — %
rhermoldCo 80 3 11% 11% 11%-%
rhomaa8t 1.40a 3 20% 20% 20%
rnomnsonPr He 2 46 46 46
fThomo Pr pf 4 150 100% 100% 100% + %
rhom-Starreit 4 5% 5% 5% + %
Stock Market Stages
General Advance,
Rails Take Lead
By Victor Eubank
Associated Press Financial Writer
NEW YORK, July 14.—Rails led
the stock market on another gen
eral advance today although con
siderable selling had to be absorbed.
Dealings slowed at intervals after
one of the liveliest openings in the
past several weeks. Quotations
slipped here and there but plus
marks of fractions to around two
points predominated near the fourth
hour. The industrial average made
another new high since last August.
Inflationary psychology, stemming
from the recent coal pay hoist, re
mained as the principal purchasing
inspiration. Pleasing earnings and
dividends propped sentiment.
Numerous customers, however,
trimmed accouts on the idea that
the 8-weeks' recovery push entitled
the list to a substantial technical
correction. The cloudy foreign pic
ture and the question of consumer
reaction to rising prices of goods
provided a cautionary argument.
At tops for 1947 were Union
Pacific, Sears Roebuck, American
Smelting, Allied Chemical. Western
Union "A," McGraw Electric (on an
extra dividend) and Barnsdall Oil.
Favored mast of the time were
Bethlehem, General Motors, Chry
sler (as the splitup issue made its
initial appearance), Montgomery
Ward, Bendix, Penn-Central Air
lines, American Woolen, Santa Fe,
New York Central, Pennsylvania
Railroad, Southern Pacific, South
ern Railway, Baltimore & Ohio,
Chesapeake & Ohio, American Tele
phone, Philip Morris and Standard
Oil r.f W„u; .Tprcev
Bonds improved selectively,
Chicago Livestock
CHICAGO, July 14 (IP i (USDA1.—Sal
able hogs. 9.000: total. 12.000; weight
under 300 pounds fairly active and uneven:
generally 25-75 cents higher; heavier
weights slow, steady; sows in increased
supply, steady to 50 cents lower: most
decline on weights over 400 pounds: top.
2 7.00, sparingly: bulk good and choice.
170-250 pounds. 26.00-26.75: 260-260
pounds. 24.50-26.00; 290pounds.
22.25-24.25: around 350-pound weights.
21.00- 21.50: good and choice sows, under
400 pounds. 19.oo-21.00: few'. 21.25:
400-450-pound weights. 17.00-19.25: 450
500 pounds. 16.00-17.25; over 500 pounds.
15.50-16.00.
Salable cattle. *4.000: total, 14,000;
salable calves. 1.000: total, 1.000; fed
steers and heifers, 56 cents to 1.00 higher:
active at advance: choice 1.300-pound
steers topped at 31.50: three strictly
choice head. 31.75: most good and choice
steers. 27.50-31.00; comparable heifers.
25.00- 28.25; choice 866-pound heifers.
29.50, with comparable mixed offerings to
30.00; only grassy killer steers under
26.00. with similar heifers. 24.oo down:
cows unevenly steady to 50 cents higher:
strictly good cows to 22.00; heiferish kinds
I to 24.00: cutters. 14.50 down: bulls and
vealers steady: weighty bulls to 18.00. and
choice vealers Jo 24.00; stock cattle scarce,
firm.
Salable sheep. 2.500: total, 2.500: fairly
active: slaughter prices steady to 25 cents
higher; good and choice ewe and wether
spring iambs. 25.00-25.50: three loads
medium and good old-crop clipped lambs
with No. 1 pelts, 21.60, with yearling
ewes and wethers out at 20.00; common
to choice aged slaughter ewes. 6 00-8 00:
three decks cull grade 84-pound shorn
Californias. 5.00.
Foreign Exchange
NEW YORK, July 3 4 (JP.—Foreign ex
change rates follow (Great Britain in
dollars, others in cents):
Canadian dollar in New York open mar- 1
ket. SVn per rent discount or P1.87V2 United
States cents, up of a cent.
Europe: Great Britain. y4.0C34, un
changed: France (franc). of a rent,
unchanged; Sweden (krona). 27 8.S. un
changed: Switzerland (franc) (corn’l).
•M.40. unchanged.
Latin America: Argentina, free. 24.BP.
up .04 of a cent; Brazil, free. 5.50, un
changed: Mexico. 20.62, unchanged.
"-— \
Sales—
Stock and Add Net
Dividend Rate. 00. High. Low. 2:30. rhge ,
Tide Wat Oil la 27 2144 2 144 2144 + 44
'TideWat pf344 210 10544 10514 1054
Tim-Det Axle'i* 10 1844 1844 1844 + 441
Timken Roll lg 8 48'+ 47'+ 48'+ + 44
Trnsamerlca 44a 14 1344 1244 1344 + 44
Trans &W Air, 22 1844 1744 18'++ 44
Transue AW1. 2 17 17 17
Tri-cnt Co .30* 45 744 7'+ 744+'+
tTri-Contl pf 6. 40 10844 10844 10844 + 44
Truax-Tr 1.40a. 4 19 19 19 + 1^
20th C-Fox 3a.. 48 3344 3244 3344 +144
Tw C Rap Tie 2 944 944 944 + 44
'TwinCIty pr2'+ 10 4144 4i'+ 41'++ 44
Twin Coach 9 1344 1 344 1344 + *+
UN+4SB&R .70. 2 12'4 1244 12'+ + 44
Union Bag 2a . 24 3344 33'+ 3344 + 44
UnCarbtde 234x 28 11044 110 110'+ - 44
'Un El Mo pf3‘/4 «0 103'+ 103 103 - '+
Union Oil Cal 1, 36 2244 22'+ 2244 + 44
Union Pacific 6. 7 13944 139 139 +144
Un Pacific pf 4. 2 109 109 109
Un Tank Car 2a 2 34'+ 34'+ 34'+ + 1+
Unit Air Lines .119 2344 2244 2344+144
Unit AirLpf 444. 3 113'+113 113'++1
Utd Aircraft 1 17 2044 20 2044 + 44
Unit Biscuit V«h 6 2 144 2 1 2 144 + 44
Unit Carbon 2 . 7 32'+ 32^4 32'++ '+
Utd Car F 1.20a 1 29 29 29 +144
Unit Cigar Wbal 11 5'+ 544 544 + '+
Utd Coro .. .. 47 344 344 344
Unit corn pf 3 4 49'+ 49'+ 4944 + 44
United Dyewood 1 744 744 744 + '+
tut Dye pf 3'4 k 30 82 82 82 +1 ]
ttrri Flee Cnall 7 14,+ 14'+ 141+ X 1+
Utd Eng&Fdy 2. 1 40 40 40 +2
United Fruit 2a. 26 54% 53% 54%+ %
Unit GI ,65c . 5 23 23 23 -
Unit M A M la 18 17% 17% 17% + %
Utd Paperbd lg. 2 147* 14% 147+ +%|
USAFSec 1.30e. 13 21% 20% 21%+%,
US Gypsum 2.. 12 106% 105 106%+l%i
USHofTMach . 4 18% 18% 18'*+
U S Indust C 3r 18 49% 49% 49% + %
US Leather_ 2 7% 7% 7%
U S Lines 2 ... 38 217* 21% 217*+ % ,
US Pine&Fyl .60 8 41% 41 41%+%
U S Play Cd 2 1 56 56 56 +1
[JS Plywood .80 4 317* 31% 31**- %
US Rubber 4g . 52 52% 51 54%+1%
US Smelt 2c. . 8 50% 50 50% + %
US Smelt pf 3%’ 2 74 74 74 + %
US Steel 4 147 76% 74»* 76%+1%
US Steel pf 7 . . 3 145% 145% 145% +1%
Utd Stockyd >/.e 10 7% 6% 7% + %
UtStrs2d pf.3ftc 13 10 10 10
Ut Wall Pap V.e 8 8% 8% 8% - %
Ut Wallpap Pf 2 1 46 46 46 + %
Unit -Cyclop Vac 2 18% 18 18% - %
Unlv Lab .4 5% 5% 5% + %
tUniv Leaf pf 8 10 177 177 177 +2
Unlv Pictures 2 x 2 24% 24% 24% + %
tUniv Pic Df 4 Vi 80 81% 81 81%+ %
VAN NORM Vag. 4 15% 15% 15'* - %
Van Raal 1.20c 2 35% 35% 35%
Vanadium Corp 3 19 18% 19 + %
Vert-Cam Su 2a 7 16% 16% 16%-%
Vie ChWks, 1.80 3 48 48 48
Va CarollnChem 16 7% 7% 7% + %
Va-C Ch6'-cPf4k 1 85% 85% 85% + %
tVa El & P pf ft.. 40 119% 119% 119% + %
Va Rail of 1% 6 35% 35% 35%+1%
ViskincCrp 1.60. 2 36% 36 36
Waldorf la _ 2 13% 15% 15%
Walgretn 1.60 . 2 347* 34s* 34% + %
WalkorHl 1.20- 11 22% 215* 22%+ %
Walworth Vic _ 31 11% 10% 11% + %
Ward Bak ,30c . 30 13% 12% +3% + %
fWard Bk pfS1* 20 99% 99% 99% + %
Warner Bro 1 % 44 17% 16% 17 + %
Warren Pet 80. 3 36% 36»* 367* — %
Waukesha Mia 3 21% 21% 21%
Wayne Pump 2_ 2 36% 36% 36% + %
Webser Tobac . - 3 8% 8% 8% + %
Wesson O&S la 8 47% 47 47
'Wesson Oil pf4 160 86% 86 86 — %1
West Ind Sue la 5 25% 25% 25%
tWs Penn El A 7 20 114 114 114 +1
WVa FulpAP la 1 41 41 41 + %
Western Air Lin 6 8 7% 8 + %
WestAutoSup 3- 8 56 54% 56 +2%
Western Md . 13 6% 6% 6% + %
West Pacific 36 33% 33% 33%+1%
West Un Tel A . 47 247* 24% 24% + %
Wstnc 4’r Br la 30 35% 35% 35% + %
Westing Elec 1 57 30 29% 29% + %
WstncElpfB.3 80 2 105% 105% 105%
Weston El 1 ViC- 1 44% 44% 44%+1%
Westvaco 1.40 . 6 34% 32% 34 +2
'WestvaC pf3* 150 101% 101% 101% + %
tWh&LE pf 6Vi. 10 100 IOO 100 - %
Wheel Stl 1 Vag 6 41 40% 40% + %
r WheelSll prpfft 40 99% 99 99%
White Motor la 8 25% 25% 25% + %
White Sewing M 13 14% 15% 14% +1
Wtlijs-Overiand 71 10% «-9% 10% + %
WilsonACo 45g 51 14% 14 14% + %
Woodward Ir 4- 6 55 54% 55 + %
Woolworth 2a 23 50% >50 50% + %
Wrthng PAM lb 4 60 59% 59%+%
'Wthnc 01014% 10 87% 87% 87%—1
tWPMcvprpf4Vi 20 91 91 91 +1%
Wricley W Jr 3 1 68 68 68 + %
.Vyand Wor 40a 10 12% 12% 12%+ ■*
YALE A T 80a. 1 36% 5 36% |36% + %
York Coro 30 . 13 14% 13% 14% + %
YorkCppf2Vi- 4 47 46% 47 + %,
YuncSheet&T 4 27 70 68% 69%+ %!
Youngs ou lji x *v t vw
ZENITH RA 1 e 10 25% 23% 23%
Zonite Products 20 7% 7% 7% + %
Hourly Sales on the Exchange Today:
11'00 a tc- 340 000 12:00 noon 640 000
1:00 B.m 910 000 2:00 p.m.. 1 190 000
fUnlt of trading- 10 shares. "In bank
ruptcy or receivership, or being reorganised
under. the Bankruptcy Act, - or securities
assumed by such companies. Rates of
dividends in the foregoing table are annual
disbursements based on the last Quarterly
3r semiannual declaration. Unless other
vise noted, special or extra dividends are
not included, x Kx dividend. xtrEx rights,
s Also extra or extras, b Plus stock divi
dend. d Cash or stock, e Paid last year,
t Payable In stock, g Declared or paid sc
r»r this year, h Payable in Canadian
funds, v Accumulated dividends paid or ‘
ieciarcd this year.
N, Y. Bond Market
(Furnished by the Associated Press.)
SELECTED LIST OF ISSUES.
TREASURY 23<MntHydroE16s44100%
2s 62-50 Sept 10* S Jam F&C 4s 50 85
NEW YORK CITY Kan C Sou 4s 76 103%
.'is 80 11*% LehVal4Via2003 39
FOREIGN~~ "" 2:30 {I*™4*2™? 35%
AustralU3%s68 m-IGTSsO"!51 gO%
Buen3A4Ss.3,T- M-K-l MAT
5“'" A 1 Jj* 2? - 2??? M-K-T 4s 62 B . 65%
M«rsn4.^A6a'n 9\t MoPae5Vis49 2*%
Pe^flsf «.d“n Mo P*c S« «5 * 16
2? Mo Pac 6s 77 F 75%
Uraguay 4%si0 93 Mo Pac sn 4s 75 29
DOMESTIC 2:30 Mor&E3Vis20O0 61%
Am&F P 582030 106% NYC rf 5s 2013 84%
Am T & T 3s 66 116% NYC 4V4S2013A 76
Am T&T 21,561 114% NYCHR 3Vis 97 92
AmT&T 2Vis 80 100% NYNH&H 6s 48 43%
AmTobacco3s62104% NYNH&H 6s 40 70
A T S F 4s 95 129% NYNH&H 4s 65 41
Balt&Oh 5sG95 65 NYNH&H 4s 86 41
Balt&05sK2000 64% NYNH&H 4s 57 14%
B * O cv 60 50% NYOW rf 4s 92 11%
B&O S W 50 St. 88 NYO&W gn4s55 5
Bost Me 4 Vis 70 51% NYWB 4Vis 46 13%
Can Pac 4s perp 99% Norf West 4s 96 133%
Celanesc 3s 65 104% No Pac5s 2047C 102
Cent Ga 5Via 59 13% Nor P elt 4%i76101%
Cent Ga cn5s45 57 NorPac 3s 2047 -70
C&O 3Vis 96 E 105% Pac G&E 3s 74 108
C B * Q 3 Vis 85 102% Pac G&E 3s 79 108%
Chl&E I inc 97 36 Penn P&Lt 3s75106
CMStP4*,2S2019 77% PennRRg4Vis65 109%
CRIP 4Vis 62A. 57% PennRR 3V,s52 101%
CRIP 4 Vis 60 __ 18% Phil* Co 4 V,s61 106%
C R I P 4s 88 ... 84% RckIA&L41is34 55
CRIP rf 4s 34 _ 51% StLSF 4Vai2022 51%
CCCStL 4 Vis 77 77% StLSanFTr.4s97 87%
Del L&W4s*2042 59 StLSoWest 6s52 104%
D&Rin4Vi2018w150% StL SW rf 5s 90 103%
DwChem 2.35s6100% StPKCL84Vis41 43%
Duo Lt 3Vis 65.104 3eab in4%s2016 66%
Fla E Cst 5s 74 58% SoPaclflc4'is81 97
GrnB&W deb B 8% Sou Pac 4>is 69 97
GM&O2044 B 59V, So Ry gn 4 s 56 99%
Hud Coal 5s 62a 86% StdOUNJ2%s71 199
Hud&M rf 5s 57 56 Third Ave 5s 60 55
I C 4Vis 66 83% Wabash 4Vis 91 84%
ICCStLou5s63a 94% West Sh 4s 2361 69%
ICCStL 4 Vi s 63 88 West Un 5s 81 94%
IntGtNor 6s 52 19% West Un 5s 60 92%
Int Gt No5s56C 50 Wise Cent 4s 49 78
M V ^Mola a!1
I 3* • • VUIU IT (VI ■ nvi
LIST INCLUDES ONLY SELECTED ISSUES
CHANGED FROM PREVIOUS CLOSE.
LouLandAEx.80 13%
Am Cynamid la 47% McCord Cp .65g 21
Am Maracaibo 4% McWill Dredge. 12%
AnchPostPr.20g 6% Mesabi Iron 5%
Barium Steel 5% Michigan Sugar 2
BerkAGay Furn 1% MStPA vtc2.40e 19
Breeze Cp 1.6ft 14% MidWestCrp lib 14%
BrownFDist .80 22% Mld West Refin 2%
Bnk Hill & 8 Via 17% Mining Cp Can 7%
Calllte Tung 3% Molybdenum % _ 8%
Catalin Am .40i 12% Mount Pro .60a 10%
Cent &Bw Corp 10% NatBellasH.20e. 4
Cessna Air ,15e 3% Nat Fuel G .80 13
Cities Service _ 39% Nat Tunnel & M 1%
Claude Neon .. 2% Nat Union Rad 3
Colon Develop . 3% New Mex A Arlz 5%
Colonial Mills 1 . 18% Niagara Hud Pr 9%
ColSand&St .40 6% No Am Lt A Pwr 8%
Comn&Sou war % pan ,\m Air war %
ConsTextlle.SOg 10% Pennroad lie.. 6%
ContFdyAM %g 14% p,p Boys >/«• 6
Copr Range tig SHPbarisTtR 60 7%
Cosden Petro 4% Phillips Pkg 14%
Creole Pet 1.20g 29% piper Aircraft . 2%
Croft Brew ,05e. 1% pitney-Bow .60. 12%
Crown Cent Pet 5% Producers Corp. 1%
CrownDrug.lOg 4% r-K-O opt war. **4
Cub Atl Sug 2a 22% Raytheon Mfg . 8%
Dennison A 60g 11% Richmond Rad 3
Derby Oil ..log 14% RioGrValG.OSg 1%
Dobeckman ,30g 14 ROosevt Fd lie. 4%
Domin Stl&C % 13% Root Petroleum 11%
East State Corp 3% Salt Dome Oil . 9%
El Bond&Share. 13% Schulte D A .40. 4%
ElPw&Ltww. 6 Scovill Mfg 1'ig 33
Equity Corp_ 2 Seleclnd cv 00e 19%
Eureka C Ltd 2 Solar Aircraft ^ 914
Fansteel Mtl lie 16%SossMfg- 7%
FordMCan A Vjg 18% Std OilKy 1 40a 28%
Gen Build Sup 5% SupTool&Dlf .20 3%
Gen Finance .20 8% Technicolor 'ig 14%
Gen Plywd .80a 20% Tri-Conti w w 2%
Gleaner H 1,20a 24% UnexeelCben lie 8*4
Goldfield Cons. 1 Unit Aire Prod 4%
Hazeltlne Hg... 14 Utd Lt&Rys %g 23%
Hecla Min 1 ... 11% U S Foil B ,15g 15%
Imp Oil Ltd 13% fTtah-IdSug.l fig 3%
Int, Petrol %_12% Venez Syn ,10g 314
Kaiser-Frazer . 8% WentwrthMfg'/a 7%
Kirk L G M .02. 1% WestVaC&C lig U
Koback Sirs .80 9% Wolvrlne P Cem 2%
LanstonMMch 1 18 Wright Harg .16 2%
Kates of dividends in the foregoing
table are annual disbursements based on
the last quarterly or semiannual declara
tion. Unless otherwise noted, special or
extra dividends are not Included, a Also
extra or extras, b Plus stock dividend,
d Cash or stock, e Paid last year, f Pay
able in stock, g Declared or paid so far
this year, n New issue, ww With warrants,
this year, h Payable in Canadian funds,
k Accumulated dividends paid or declared
xw Without warrants_
Washington Exchange
AF X EH HU,.
Garfinckel common, new—100 at 20.
Capital Transit Co.—18 at 24V
Washington Gas. *4.50 pfd.—40 at 108
Washington Gas, *4.25 pfd.—00 a
105 Vi.
BONDS_
PUBLIC UTILITIES
Bid. Asked.
Am T * T cv db 3s 1053 _ 117
Am T & T cv db 2%s 19H1 11.1% 114V:
Cap Transit 1st ref 4s 1964 104% 108
City & Suburban 5s 1948 102 -
Georgetown Gas 1st 6s 1961 126% -
Pot Elec Fow 3 Vks 1966_105 -
Pot Elec Pow 3Vis 1977 __ 110 -
Washington Gas 5s I960 138 .
Ter Rf&W Cp 1st 4 Vis 1948 101% 102
STOCKS.
PUBLIC UTILITY.
Amer Tel * Tel <P> _ .*157%
Capita] Transit (7.00) . 74'/» 25Vs
N * W Steamboat ( + 4). _ 150 190
Pot Eler Power 6% pfd (61 107
Pot El Pw 5%<?, pfd (5.50)_ 107
Wash Gas Lt com (1.50) •24% *8%
Wash Gas Lt cum pfd (A.25) 105 10,
Wash G Lt cum cv pf (4.50) 107 -
Wash Ry * El com <al8.00) 625
Wash Ry & El pfd (5) 118_ 121
BANK AND TRUST COMPANIES.
Capital (.80) - .. 31 -
Liberty (8) *300 -
Lincoln (*5)_ 330 -
Riggs (12)-*300
Washington (6) 1,0 190
Amer Sec & Tr Co <10>_ 288 310
National Sav & Tr (8.00) 380 -
Prince Georges B & TT <tl) 25% -
Union Trust Co new (1.00)-- *42 -
Wash Loan * Tr (12)- 340 -
Bank of Bethesda (tl.OO)- 45 -
Com & Savings new ;tlO)-- 355 - -
FIRE AND TITLE INSURANCE.
American (t6> -150 -
Firemen's (1.40) 32 ----
National Union (.75)_ 14 -
Columbia (t30i _ 1"% —
Real Estate (*6)_---- 195 -
MISCELLANEOUS.
Carpel Corp (2.00) - 42
Garfinckel com new (1.50) 10% 21
Garfl 5%% cu cv pfd (1.375) 25%
Ganfl 4Vi8- cu cv pfd (1.125) 22% 24
Hecht Co. (1.811) *27 28%
Hecht 3%'S. cum pf (3.75) *98 101
Lanston Mono (1.00) __ 17
Mergenthaler Lino (a 1.50) .. 48 53
Natl Mtge Si mv pf (p.40> 8%
Peoples Drug 8t com (tl.601 52
Security Stora ie (t5) 108
Ter Ref A Wli Corp (3) - 45
Wdwd * Loth com (t7.00) . 47 50
Wdwd * Loth pfd (7) -126%
•Ex dividends. tPlus extra or extra*,
a Paid so far this year, p Paid 1946.
New York Cotton
NEW YORK. July 14 </P>.—Cotton fu
tures reacted sharply in late dealings after
reaching new highs for the current move
earl7 today. Commission house and New
Orleans selling met less aggressive mill
buying and covering.
Traders attributed the reaction to tech
nical reasons following the sustained ad
vance during last week. Some traders also
feared expiration of trading in nearby
July contracts tomorrow would withdraw a
strong supporting influence in the market.
Private -cotton crop reports were gen
erally favorable and mills were reported
showing more interest, in new crop cotton
since tne recent Government acreage re
port.
Late afternoon prices were sn cents to
ft.35 a bale lower than the previous close.
Julv 30.20. October 34.17 and December
33.32._
Dividends Announced
NEW YORK. July 14 (AV—Dividends
declared:
Increase*.
Pe- 8tk. of Pay
Rate. riod. record, able
Atlas Plywood 02%c — 7-25 8-1
Extra. '
McGraw Elec _ .. 50e __ 7-22 8-1
• Regular.
Hammermill Pan _25c 8-29 9-10
McGraw Eire 50r Q 7-22 8-1,
Odd-Lot Dealings
PHILADELPHIA. July 14 (/P>.— The 8e
:urities and Exchange Commission reported
today (head transactions by customers
with odd lot dealers or specialists on the
Ne* York Stock Exchange for July 11:
4.065 purchases Involving 152.275 shares:
5.814 sales involving 188.399 shares, in
cluding 81 short sales Involving 2.002
shares.
Chicago Grain
CHICAGO. July 14 i/Pt.—Wheat futures
:ontinued to slump today but corn ad
vanced about .3 to 4 cents a bushel at
times and oats also were strong.
Wheat was down about 3 cents occa
sionally but rallied frequently. Increased
jfferings Irom the country was one reason
lor the downturn.
Corn climbed to new seasonal highs
lor the September and December deliv
eries. There was buying by commission
bouses, and the favorable growing weather
apparently was ignored as a market factor
At. noon -wheat was 1S< cents 'ower
>o ?t higher than the previous finish.
July. *2.30’i: com was 3'r cents up to
3* down. July. ?3.143.4. anc oats were
IS* centa higher to V4 lower. July. *1.01 Vs.
Washington Produce
Trom the Department of Agriculture.
EGGS—Market steady to firm; nearby re
ceipts very light; demand good. Prlcea paid
f. o. b. Washington for Pederal-8tate
graded eggs received from grading sta
tions July 14, 1647. Whites, browns,
mixed colors. U. 8. graded A. extra large.
3.3: large. 61; medium. 55; small. 44.
C S grade B. large, 50; medium. 47.
LIVE POULTRY—Market ateady: re
reipts negligible: prices paid Washington
nominally unchanged. Fowl, heavy type,
13; light type. 21-22; broilers, fryers and
roasters. 32. -
DRESSED POULTRY-Jkf arket slightly
weaker: demand only tar: prieea paid
o. b Washington: <Iee packed* fowl
i pounds and up. 37*4: roasters. 5 .-.unds
18; 4*4 pounds. 43; 4 pounds. 3t'*- fryers.
!*4-3*4 pounds. 37*4; broiler*. 1-3 pounds.
10. _
Chinese Communists
Drive on Suchow, Big
Nationalist Center
By th# Associated Press
NANKING. July 14.—A ' Com
munist drive through Southern
Shantung toward Suchow, govern
ment military center for all East
China, was reported today as the
government acknowledged loss ol
Taian, strategic rail town to the
north.
Field reports said 20,000 Com
munists were converging on Taler
chuang. 35 miles northeast of 3u
chow. The Communist radio yes
terday reported the capture of
Tsaochuang and Yihsien, 44 and 31
miles, respectively, northeast of the
uiui inx y uqoc.
City May Be Retaken.
The first official word of the loss
of Taian. 33 miles south of Tsinan,
Shantung capital, was contained in
a government news agency dispatch
which said the city might be re
taken "within a short time. A dis
patch to the army organ, Peace
Daily, said nationalist troops
reached the suburbs of Taian yes
terday and might recapture the
town today.
The government announced a vic
tory today—recovery of Feicheng
rail town 35 miles southwest of Tsi
nan. Other dispatches said seven
Red detachments of unknown
strength were moving toward the
important Poshan coal mining area
50 miles east,of Tsinan.
Renewed military activity was re
ported in the inland province of
' Shansi. Gen. Kuo Tsung-fen, chjef
! of staff of nationalist headquarters
i at besieged Taiyuan, provincial
I capital, said sufficient supplies had
been flown in to permit government
troops to open an offensive.
News Ban Imposed.
In Shanghai the Chinese news
paper association notified the press
of an official ban on news concern
ing the National Student Federation
of China and the Shanghai Student
Union. City police and the bureau
of social welfare were quoted as say
ing the two groups were “not legally
recognized organizatiofis" and that
the ministries of education and
social affairs had prohibited pub
lication of news about them.
Meanwhile, the National Student
Federation distributed a statement
by mail opposing continuation of the
civil war, the issue which brought
widespread demonstrations by stu
dents lqst spring. The statement
urged all students to shout such
slogans as “oppose hunger; fight for
existence," "oppose the civil war;
fight for peace,” and “ oppose op
jpresjion; fight for liberty.”
Uncle Arranges for Burial
Of Slain Former Acfress
By Associated Press
NEW YORK, July 14—An uncle
who had not seen Sheila Mannering
for 30 years was arranging today
for burial of the forfner screen and
radio actress, 49, whose strangled
body was found in her West Side
apartment last Wednesday.
Lee Waldron. Denver business
man, arrived yesterday, but was un
able to throw any light on the slay
ing on which 60 detectives have been
working. He said his niece, an or
phan at 8, was reared by his par
ents and left Colorado at 18. Born
Elizabeth Calahan, she used the
name Bessie True in the movies.
Mr. Waldron said the family did
not know why she used the name
Sheila Mannering here unless it was
"just because she liked It.”
Assistant District Attorney An
f thony J. Leibler said about 50 more
persons, their names listed in ad
dress books and other papers in the
victim's apartment, are to be ques
tioned. More than 300 have been
interviewed.
Mr. Leibler said that although
more than 200 persons have sought
to rent the apartment in which the
woman’s nude body was found, a
sheet knotted around her throat
and a towel gagging her mouth, po
lice have ordered that it be left-un
disturbed during the investigation.
Police are on 24-hour duty there,
uc oaiUi
Army Alerts Prison Guards
At Leavenworth Barracks
By Hi* Associated Press ' V
PORT LEAVENWORTH. Kans..
July 14. —All guards and officers
were ordered to stand by as a pre
cautionary measure today after a
disturbance yesterday at the Fort
Leavenworth disciplinary barracks.
The regular Sunday night movie
at the barracks, where one man was
killed and 11 injured in a riot May
2, was canceled.
Maj. Henry G. Triesler, public in
formation officer, said there was no
indication of racial discord similar
to the May 2 incident, but that Col.
Graeme Parks, commandant, can
celed the movie as a precaution
against getting the men together.
Maj. Triesler said yesterday's dis
turbance apparently was caused by
summer heat and originated among
18 inmates recently transferred here
from Fitzsimons General Hospital
at Denver.
The public relations officer report
ed one of the 18 jumped frorri a
second-floor tier of a cell block to
the first floor and was injured.
Otherwise, the disturbance was con
fined to vocal outbursts.
Mexico City is preparing to fine
persons who throw garbage into the
street.
Philadelphia Baby Ward
Closed After 2 Deaths
By »h» AliociatMi Pr«i
PHILADELPHIA, July 14.—For
the second time in six months the
maternity ward of the Philadelphia
General Hospital has been closed to
new patients because of an epidemic
of diarrhea which already has
caused two deaths.
The decision to close the ward to
new patients came after Dr. Rufus
S. Reeves, city director of public
| health, reported a second infant
had died of gastroenteritis and that
; 10 others have been placed in lsola
! tion.
Earlier this year. 27 babies died
of diarrhea in Eastern Pennsylvania
and New Jersey.
CAn/ i/LTf_n_
JV/O V UIC JCCII III IxQCv
For D'Alesandro Seat
By the Associated Press
BALTIMORE, July 14—Election
officials predicted approximately
’half of the 3.a?6 registered voters
in Maryland’s 3rd congressional dis
i trict would turn out for the special
election tomorrow to name a suc
cessor to former Representalive
Thomas D’Alesandro, now Mayor of
Baltimore,
Daniel B. Chambers, jr., presi
dent of the Board of Supervisors
: of Elections, said half the possible
maximum vote would be cast,
The East Baltimore district has
57,301 registered Democrats and
113.836 Republicans.
Mr. D’Alesandro’s choice for the
House seat, Magistrate Edward A.
Garmatz, has the support of the
AFL and CIO leaders in the city
and of the Americans for Demo
cratic Action.
his Republican opponent, Edwin
; S. Panetti, said “Mr. Garmatz is
; welcome to the indorsement of the
|ClO and the Political Action Com
’ mittee of the CIO.
The independent candidate. City
Councilman Simon P. Jarosinski,
said that as union member he was
confident of the votes of rank and
file union men.
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Wiley Urges France
To End'Red Menace'
By th« Associated Press
Senator Wiley. Republican, of Wis
1 consin said yesterday it is ‘‘the pray
erful hope of the American people
\ that heroic Prance may cqnquer the
Red menace as well "as other dicta
i tor threats to her hallowed free
dom." f
He made public a letter he sent to
French Ambassador Henri Bonnet,
extending his best wishes to the
country on Bastille Day today, and
| adding:
‘‘The peoples of Europe are looking
, to France to help bring about the
fall of another Bastille, the en
trenched citadel of communistic re
; action which is to be found in almost
j every land in Europe, in some lands
| seeking control of the people, in
other lands already possessing con
trol.”
Senator Wiley, a member of the
Senate Foreign Relations Com
mittee, said Bastille Day, the French
independence celebration, falls this
years in a time of grave crisis.
‘‘The .meeting in Paris on the
Marshall plan may well prove as
monumental a landmark in human
freedom as was the fall of the
Bastille over a century and a half
ago," he observed.
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