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D. C. Bank Clearings
At New 1947 High,
Set July Record
By Edward C. Stone
Bank clearings in Washington in
July set an alltime record for the
month, were the highest of any
month this year, and score#a *29,
692,609 gain over the corresponding
month last year.
July clearings totaled *294,862,475
In comparison with *265.169,866 in
June a year ago, George H. Bright,
manager of the Washington Clear
ing Hous^reported today.
wasnmgron Danx clearings in me
first seven months of this year broke
all previous records for this period.
Clearings totaled $1,930,499,907
against $1,760,929,060 in the like
1946 period, an increase of *169,
670,847.
Bankers said the new cancelled
check records were due to excep
tional business activity prevailing in
the Capital so for this year. They
pointed to tax payments and retail
trade as very important factors In
the check volume.
Clearings by months so far this
year compare as follows with the
same month a year ago:
1047. 1846.
Janutry _*282.076.821 *257,680.107
February _ 230640.017 214.508.101
March _ 288.648.663 247,100.204
April -- 286,611.486 256.241.875
Mav 270.678.221 260.344.700
June - 280.678.022 250.703,025
July _y_lV- 204,862 475 265.160,866
Gas Income Shows Decline.
Sharp increases In operating ex
penses hit net earnings of the Wash
ington Gas Light Co, a hard blow
in June. The final figure was a
loss of $81,237 compared with a net
Income of $5,262 last year, the re
port to the Public Utilities Commis
sion reveals.
The report showed gross operating
revenues for June of $800,574 com
pared with $815,239 for June of last
year, a decrease of $14,665. Oper
ating expenses increased $59,255 to
a total of $818,562, causing a de
cline in operating revenues of
*73.920.
For the first half of this year the
eompanv s net income was $847,588
compared with $998,613 for the same
period in 1946, a decline of $151,025
caused bv substantially higher pay
rolls and increases in other oper
ating costs.
Earning* Gain Sharply.
Earnings on the common stock of
the Lincoln Service Corp. for the
six months ending June 30, after
provision for taxes and preferred
dividends, were $4.77 per share as
compared with $2.99 for the like pe
riod in 1946, Charles Delmar, presi
dent, announced today.
A. O. Campiglia, of Sao Paulo,
Brazil, arrived here today to study
• , ._2___
U1LCI •nniCiivnu vw«»«****vu
problems. A key figure In^ South
American industry, he is guiding the
operations of leading firms in the
production and fabrication of non
ferrous metals. He is managing di
rector of 14 corporations. While
here, he is in the office of Gordon
Industrial Services.
Alvin Sarra. former manager in
the Washington-Baltimore area of
the Kemper-Thomsft Co., has be
come associated with Henry J. Kauf
man & Associates, Washington
advertising agency, as account exec
utive. He was formerly connected
with the Washington Post and the
Daily News. Esther Robinson of
Philadelphia has joined the same
firm.
Business Briefs
Bank Clearing* in 24 leading cities
declined to $11,942,684,000 in the
week ended July 30, a drop of 4.9%
from the preceding week, but re
mained 1.8% above the like 1946
week—Dun & Bradstreet.
Commercial, Industrial and Farm
Loans of member banks in 101 lead
ing cities totaled $11,833,000,000 on!
July 23, a gain of $35,000,000 from j
a week earlier and $3,017,000,000
above a year earlier—Federal Re-;
serve Board.
Freight Loadings for the week i
ended July 26 totaled 919.928 cars'
a gain of 0.02% from the previous
week and 0.01% above the like 1946
week — Association of American
Railroads.
Remington Rand. Inc., declared a
divident of 25 cents a common
share, payable October 1. Prior to
a 2-for-l stock split, the firm paid
35 cents on old stock quarterly.
Magnovox Co. declared a stock
dividend of 20% on capital stock,
payable October 1. A regular quar
terfy of 25 cents also was declared,
payable September 15.
Gruman Aircraft Engineering
Corp. declared a dividend of $1.50
a common share, first of the year,
payable August 21.
Commonwealth A Southern Corp.
directors approved a new plan for
its dissolution and distribution of
holdings in Consumer Power Cen
tral Illinois Light common stock to
Ccfisnmonwealth preferred holders.
Preferred holders would get 2-52 100
- shares of Consumer and 55 100 of
a share of Central Illinois for each
preferred share.
Indian Motorcycle Co. stockhold-,
onnrnveri a mereer with R. B.
feogers Companies, Inc.
E. I. duront dc Nemours A Co.
earned $61,619,650 or $5.13 a share
tn the first half of 1947 vs. $51,-,
931.982 or $4.67 a year earlier.
Westinghnuse Electric Corp. profit j
for the first half was $21,735,442 or
$1.59 vs. a deficit of $341,605 in the
same 1946 period.
Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. earned
$8,073,650 or 90 cents in the June
quarter vs. $4,831,797 or 55 cents a
vear earlier.
United States Rubber Co. profit
for the first half was $11,020,729 or
$4.78, highest since 1920. vs. $9,906,
886 or $4.15 in the same 1946 period.
Radio Corp of. America earned
$8,825,912 or 52 cents in the first half
vs. $5,666,299 or 29 cents a year
earlier.
Union Oil Co. of California net
income for the first hlaf was $8,543,
594 or $1.73 vs. $3,806,117 or 72 cents
\ in the same 1946 period.
National Lead Co. earned $6,479.
049 or $1.76 in the first half vs. *5,
069,455 or $1.31 a year earlier.
Amerada Petroleum Corp. net for
June quarter was $3,254,171 or $2.06
vs. *1.816.611 or $1.15.
Delaware At Hudson Co. earned
$2,758,942 in the first half vs. $1,
109.278 a year earlier.
Richfield Oil Corp. net for the
first half was $5,435,807 or $1.36 vs.
$2,458,339 or 61 cents.
Calumet A- Hecla Consolidated
Copper Co. earned $1,371,734 or 66
cents in the first half vs. $525,028
or 25 cents.
Inland Steel Co. net income for
the June quarter was $6,125,431 or
$1 25 vs. $3,926,342 or 80 cents.
Marshall Field & Co. earned *4.
804.832 or *2.31 in the first half of
1947" vs. *7,085.965 or *3.48.
Remington Arms Co. net for the
first half was *1,556.000 or 19 cents!
vs. $537,000 or 6 cents.
Caterpillar Tractor Co. profit for!
the first half was *4,457,608 vs.
, $2,794,428.
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N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE
tFernlahed by the AmmIiM Preaa.)
Bale;—
Stock and Add Net
Dividend Rate. on. High. Low. 5:30. chge.
ABBOTT LAB2a 6 79 781* 781* - >*
'Abr A Str 83*g. 10 105 105 105 45
A CP BRILL .. 2 8V* 8V* O'*
Acme Steel 1 34* 2 913* 51 913* - >*
Adama Kxp 34*. 4 1C>* 163* 1«>* 4 V*
Addreaao 1.35*. 2 34V* 343* 34'* 4 l*
Air Reduction 1. • 32>* 313* 32 4 V*
Alaaka Juneau.. 4 5 43* 43*
Alleghany-Corp 6 33* 33* 33*
Alleghany Co of 5 363* 38 363* 4 3*
AllegLudStl .80* 3 363* 3d 3«** 4 V*
A> Chm * Dye 0 1 189'* 189'* 189'* 423*
Allied Mill* 2g- 1 313* 31'* 31>*
Allied Btorea 8 * 37'* 363* 37'* 4 3*
Allla Chaim 1 60 12 371* 363* 37V* 413*
Allla ChU of 8V4 3 99 98>* 99
Amal Leath .85* 2 6V* 63* 6V*
Am AgCh Del Sa 1 41V* 41'* 41'* 4 '*
Am Alrllnea_ 29 83* 83* 83*
Am Alrl of 33* 3 69 69 69 -IV*
AmBankN 1 80* 3 25 24V* 25 4 3*
Am Boach 34* . 2 123* 12 12
Am Brake 1.1 Og 5 43 423* 43
Am Cable A Rad 8 5V* 53* 53* 4 >*
Am Can 3 ... 2 91'* 903* 91'* - 3*
tAm Can of 7 10 1933* 1933* 1933* 4 3*
Am CarAFdr 3* 1 483* 483* 483* 4 3*
AmChACbl 1 40 3 23 22'* 22'* 4 V*
Am Chicle new 7 55 533* 533*
Am colony 1.20 1 21 21 21 4 3*
Am Cryst 8 .00* 6 20 20 20
AmCyanamidla 10 47'* 47'* 4734 4 V*
AmCyamid.V.aPf 8 115 114V* 115 .
Am niitlllera 2a 4 313* 31 313* 4 3*
Am Kneaustlc _■ 1 5'* 5'* 5'* 4 V*
Am Export L 2.. 2 183* 183* 183*
Am * Pm Pwr:. 7 33* 33* 33* 4 3*
Am-Hawall 88 3 1 36 38 38 4 V*
AmHide * L Vi* 10 73* 73* 73* 4 **
Am Home 1.20a 17 *233* 23 233* 4 3*
Am Ice 34r 2 7'* 7'* 73* 4 V*
Am Intcrnl ,20g. 8 12'* 12 12
Am Locom 1.40a 5 223* 223* 223* 4 3*
An Metal 1_ * 30% 30% 30% + %
Am Power A Lt 8 11% 11% 11% + %
Am PAL Spf3%k 3 101% 101% 101% + %
AmRadASS.BOg 48 14% 14% 14%+ %
Am R Mill 1 tag 40 32% 32 32% +1%
♦ Am RM pf 4% 30 105% 105% 105% - %
Am Safe Rar la 12 12 12 12
Am Seating tie 3 16% 16% 16% + %
♦ Am8hipBldg5« 120 37 36% 36%-1%
Am SmeltAR 2a 7 60% 59% 60%+1%
♦Am 8AR Pi 7— 10 169 169 169 - %
Am Snuff 2 ... 1 34% 34% 34%—1
Am Stl Pound t 5 31 30% 31 + %
Am Stores l .OBg 2 27% 27% 27%-%
Am Suma T 4 3 54 53 53 —1
Am Tel* Tel 9. 23 157 156% 156% + %
Am Tobacco 3a. 1 76% 76% 76%
AmTobaeBSa. 4 76% 75% 76%
♦Am Tob pf 8... 90 158 158 158 -1
Am Vtscoae 2 5 52 52 52 - %
♦Am Viscose pf6 20 119 119 119 — %
Am Water Wks 17 16% 16 16%+ %
Am Woolen 3g. 127 43% 41% 43 +2%
Am Wool pf 4. _. 3 88% 86 88% +3%
Am Zinc ,20g 1 7% 7% 7%
Anarond Cop 5g 22 36% 35% 36% + %
tAnWlre&CStig 210 52 51% 52 + %
Anchor H Gil lg 2 43 42% 43 — %
Ander-Prlcb O l 3 19 18% 19 + %
A P W Products 1 4% 4% 4%
Armour A Co 25 13% 13% 13% + %
> Armr pf «8t.k 380 182% 182% 182%
ArmsCork 1,20g x 1 46% 46% 46% +1
ArtloomCp 00a. 7 14 13% 14 — %
Asad Drr G l.fiO 1* 17% 17% 17%+%
♦ Asso DQ 1st « . 20 126 125% 125% -1%
AtchTASFO 10 86*% 85% 86%+1%
A T F Inc %g 6 14 13% 14 + %
At! CoastLine 4. 2 56% 55% 55% — %
Atl Reflnina 1 Va 5 37 36% 37 + %
♦Atl Reflng Pf 4 20 112 112 112
♦Atl Ref PfBS.’V 70 103% 103% 103% - %
Atlas Coro 1.00 3 25% 25% 25%
♦ Atlas Powdr 1 g 370 71 70% 70%+ %
♦ Atlas Powd pf 4 10 119 119 119 +1
Autocar Co lg. 1 23% 23% 23%+ %
Auto Canteen 1. 2 19% 1* 19% + %
AveoMfe.lOg 25 5% 5% 5% — %
BABBITT 1 50a 4 14% 14% 14% + %
Bald Loco ti g _ 7 18% 18 18% + %
Balt * Ohio 35 13% 13% 13% + %
Balto & Ohio pf 7 20 19% 20 + %
Barber As ’is 10 53% 57 52 - %
Barnsdall Oil 1 g 3 28% 28% 28%+ %
Bath Iron 1 tag 2 15% 15% 15%
Baruk Cigar 1»r 3 22 22 22
Beatrice Fds 5a. 1 49% 49% 49%
(Beat Fds pf3% 10 103% 103% 103% -1%
Be’ch Aircraft 1 8 8 8 + % I
Beech-NPad 40 5 31 30% 30% - %
Bell*Howell >2a 8 22% 21% 22%+1
Bendlx Avlat 5 2 31V. 31% 31%+ %
Bendix H Ap St 4 20% 20 20% + %
Beneficial 1,20a 1 24 24 24 - %
BestFoods 1.20a 5 23% 23% 23% — %
Beth Steel 0 11 89 87% 89 +2%
Beth Steel pf 7 1 147% 147% 147% +1%
Btgelow-Sanf 5g 1 56% 56% 56% +1%
Blaa-Knox mig e ±o rot* 10 -r ‘/a
Bliss Ac Laug V2*. 4 16% 16 16%+ %i
Bliss E Wig 8 29 28% 29 +1%
Bliss EW of 2'/* 3 51% 51% 51%-%
Boeing Air lg 7 16 15% 16
BohnAluAB]'if 1 +1 41 41
*Bon Ami A 4 40 103 103 103
Bond Stores 2 . l 30 30 30 + %
Boidon C l.SOg. 2 42% 42% 42%+%
Borg-Warner 2 . 16 50% 46% 49%+ %j
Borg-Wr pf 3%. 2 100% 100% 100% + % ■
Braniff Air* _ _ 2 9% 9% 9% + %
Brldgept B 66* 1 14% 14% 14% — %
Briggs Mfg 2_ 5 34% 34 34% + %
Briggs A 8tr» 1 . 2 29% 29 29%+1%
BklrnOGaa 1 80 9 20% 20% 20% - %!
Brunswlck-B%* 2 23% 23 23% + %
Buerrus-E .60*- 7 17 16% 17 + %
Budd Co - *8 12% 11% 12 + %
tBudd Co Of S 170 84 83 84
Buffalo Frg .90* 7 35% 35 35% +1
Buf N* E Pf3 60 1 101% 101% 101% + %
BulovaWttch 2a 4 33 32% 32
Burling Mills la 12 19% 18% 19%
Burr Ad M .60 2 13% 13% 13% + %
Bush Term 3Bg 1 7% 7% 7%
Butler Bro 65* xlO 15% 14% 15% +1%
'ButlerBroof4V4 xl40 101 101 101 +1%
Butte C At Z _ _. 1 3% 3% 3% + %
Brers A M V«g 10 20% 20 20% +1
CALLAHAN ZIN 2 2% 2% 2% + %
Calumet AH V<f 2 7% 7% 7% + %
CampbellW 1 Vat 1 27% 27% 27% + %
Can Dry G .46g 7 16% 16 16% + %
teen Dry pf 4y.200 123% 122% 1*3% + %
Can Pacific %* 14 12% 12% 12% + %
Cannon Mills 4g 6 *9 67% 68 +1%
rCaro C At O 6 60 121 121 121 +%
Carrier Coro 12 16 15% 16 + %
CarrAcGen 20a 3 6% 6% 6%
Case JI Co 1.20g 3 37% 37 37%
CsferplllT Tr 3 2 59% 59% 59% +1%
Celanese CP '.at 13 23% 23 23%+ %
Celotex Coro J 3 26% 26% 26%
Celotex Co of 1 1 20% 20% 20% + %
CentAguirre 1 % 2 18% 18% 18% — %
Cent Foundry 1 10% 10% 10% + %
Cent VSug l'/ag 1 27 27 27
cerro de Pas 2 8 32 31% 31% - %
Cert-teed .45* .. 21 17% 16% 17 + %
Chain Belt 1 1 25% 25% 25% + %
ChamoPAFla 8 24 23% 2>% + %
tChamD P Df4',i 70 107% 107% 107% + %
ches At Ohio 3a 12 47% 47% 47%+ *e
C At O pf fi %_ 1 101% 101'g 101% + %
Chi Corp .40_ 8 8% 8% 8% + %
Chi Ac East 111_1 5% 5% 5% + %
Chi ASMS... 2 9% 9% 9% + %
Chi M SPAPac 13 10 9% 9%
CM8P*Ppf7%* 11 33 31% 33 + %
Chi Ac NW le 6 20% 20% 20% + %
Chi A N W pf oe 6 43% 43 43% + %
Chi PneuTool 1 g 3 27 26% 27 + %
Chi Yello Cab 1. 1 13% 13% 13%-%
Chickasha Va* - 2 18% 17% 18% + %
Childs Co* 1 3% 5% 5%
Chrysler 1 < b 45 58% 57% 56% +1%
Cin GAcEl l .OSg 8 26% 26% 26%+%
Cin GasAtE pf 4 1 109% 109% 109% - %
Cin Mill M 1.40. 3 23% 23'/* 23% + % I
C I T Finance 2 8 44% 43% 44% + %
City IceAcFuel 2 1 30% 30% 30% - %
City Stores 1.20 4 lav* 16 16 + %
Clark Equip %h 2 29 29 29 + %
CleveElecllluii.2 5 41% 41% 41%+%
tCley E 111 pf4Va 40 111 110% 111 +%
ClimaxMol 1 20 15 17% 17% 17% + %
Clu Peabody ]«- 2 44% 44% 44%-%
Oolaate-P-P 2a 2 44% 44% 44%+1%
Collins At Aik la 3 31 30% 31 +1
Col Fu At Ir ,60a 24 13% 15 15% + %
Col FuelAcIr of 1 x 2 19% 18% 19% + %
Columb B A 1 g 1 29% 29% 29% + %
ColGasdtElec 60 27 11% 11% 11% + %
ColumPlct pf4y« 1 80 80 90
Colum Carbn 2 4 38% 38 38% + %
Col ArSOE 2.16* 1 42 42 42
Cornel Credit 2 3 42% 42% 42% +1%
• Corn! Cr Df3 60 80 109% 109 109% +1
Comerl SolT % g 8 25 24% 23 + %
comwuneo r e*
Cemwl * South 1137 3% 3 3% + %
Com&So pf 12k 6 119% 118** 119%
Conde Nast 1 2 11% 11% 11%
Oonaoieum-N la 5 29% 29 29
Cons Cop .1 Sa . 1 5% 5*+ 5%
Cons Edls 1 60. 17 26»* 26% 26**+%
Cons Edls pf5 . 1 107 107 107
Cons Orocars 1. 3 16% 16% 16%
Cons Nat Gas 2 . 6 47% 47% 47% +1
ConsRRCuba pf 3 21% 21% 21%+ %
Cons R St 1,00a 2 15% 15% 15%
Cons Vultee . 14 11% 10% 11% + %
ConsumPw 1 N £ 6 37 36% 36% -1
♦ConsumP pf4V, 40 113% 113% 113%
Container Cp 2a 2 43% 43 43% +1%
♦Contain Cp pf4 20 104% 104 104% +1%
Cont Bakina 1 2 14% 14% 14%+ %
Cont Can 1 10 39 38% 38*,* + %
Cont Can pi 3*« 1 110% 110% 110%
Cont D Fib Via - 1 11% 11% 11%+%
Cont lnsurnc 2 2 48% 48% 48% — %
Cont Motors 15 7% 7»* 7% + %
Cont Oil Del la 10 46% 45 46 +1%
Cooper-Bess 2 20 19% 20 + %
Corn Prod 2’*^ 5 65% 65% 65%+ %
CorningGlass % 5 26 26 26
tCorn Glspf3Vi 20 103 103 103
Coty Inc ,20a .. 6 5% 5% 5%
Coty Inter ,20a. 1 3** 3% 3%
Crane Co 1.60 . 7 33% 33% 33% - %
♦ Crane Co pf3V4 1 106% 106% 106%+1%
Crown Zel 1.30* 3 30% 30 30% + %
Crucible Bteel 6 27% 27 27 + %
Cudahy P 1.60a 4 51 50% 51
Curtu Publish 10 9% »% 9% + %
Curt-Wrlaht Vie 4 4% 4% <**
Curt-WriahtA 2 37 14% 14% 14% + %
Cutler-Hm .60a 2 25% 25 25% +1%
DANA CORP 1 1 33 33 33
Day PoALt 80a 18 31% 31V* 31% + %
Decea Rec 1 1 13% 13% 13% + %
Deere * Co *<8 . 4 41% 41% 41% + %
Deere pf 1 40 2 37% 37% 37% + %
Dei & Hudson 4 « 40% 39% 40%+1%
Del Lack * Wn 7 8% 8% 8% +•%
Den IRGWtl 3 12% 11% 12% +1%
C&RGWnfct- 1 35% 35% 35%+1%
DetEdla 1.20b 7 23% 23% 23%
DetMichSto SOa 3 12% 12% 12%
Dia Match l’*a. 1 40% 40** 40% - %
DlaMtch pf 1 Via 1 46 46 46
Diam T Mot la 1 19% 19% 19%+%
mat Co-Sea 00 20 16V* 15% 16 + a*
Dixie Cup Via 5 36% 36 36% + %
Doehler-Jarvs 1 2 37% 37 37% +1
Dome Mine .77* 8 20% 19% 20% + %
DouglasAlr 7'*» 5 56 55% 56 +1%
Dow Chem new 18 40% 40% 40% — %'
♦Dow Chem of * 1 111% 111% 111% + %
Dresser Indus* 10 18 17% 17% + V*
Sales—
Block and Add Net
Dividend Rate. 00. High. Low. 2:30. chae
Du Pont da N 4a 7 192* 190* 191* 4-2
DuPont3*pf3Vi 1 106* 106* 106* 4- *
tDuo Light pf 5 60 111 111 111
EAGLE-P 1,20a 4 24* 24* 24* 4- *
Eastern Air L * 14 19* 19* 19* 4- *
East SUL Stl v.a 4 23 22* 22* 4- *
EstmanKod 1 40 7 46* 46* 46* 4- H
tEas torn K pf 6 10 195 195 195 4-3
Eaton Wft 8 . 3 33 51* 53 4 1*
*Edls Br pf 4*.. 40 101 101 101 -1
ttco Prod 1.20 4 17* 17* 17*4-*
Elec Auto-Lite S 3 56* 55* 56* 4- *
Elec Boat Via .. '1 12* 12* 12* - *
Blee Boat Pf 2 _ 1 37* 37* 37*- *
El * Music 09a 1 2* 2* 2* - *
El Power A Lt 14 17* 17 17* 4- *
El StorateBat 3 3 54 53 54 4-1*
El Paso NO 2 40 3 55 34* 55
Enter El M .40a. 6 12* 12* 12*4-*
Eoult Office B • „ 11 3* 3* 3*4-*
Erls RBI _ 6 10* 10 10*4- *
Eureka Will 1 10* 10* 10* 4- *
Evans Prod V. . 29 23* 22* 23 4- *
Evarahrs 1.20a. 12 14* 14 14*4- *
Exch-Buflat.60 32 12* 11 12*4-1*
PRBNKB MOR 2 2 54* 34 54* 4- *
Earns TelARad. 2 7* 7 7* 4- *
FedLtATrae 2 23* 23* 23*4- *
FedMinftSmlVia 1 38* 38* 38*4-1
Pederat DSt 1 * 11 26* 25* 26* 4-1
tPed D 8 pf 4 V« 20 106* 106* 106*
PeltftTarr 1.40 1 22 *2 22 - *
Perro Enam .80a 1 22* 22* 22* - *
Pid P Plre In 2a 1 53* 53* 33* + *
Plrth Carnet la. 2 17* 17* 17*
Fllntkote Via .. 4 32* 32* 32* 4- *
tFllntkote pf 4 50 107* 107 107* 4- *
Florence Stove 2 1 35* 35* 35*
Florida Pow J 3 13 14* 15 4- *
Follansbee B Vic 12 24* 23* 24*4-1*
Pood Pair St 40 6 11* 11* 11*
tPoodMch pf3>/« 2 108* 108* 108* - *
Poster Whl Via 1 28* 26* 26*4- *
tFost W Oof 1* 190 .25* 23* 23* 4- *
Francis Sua Via. l 13* 13* 13* 4- *
Freeport suixvi a •«* «iv» • *'/* + %
Froedt GAM Vis 2 14% 14% 14% + %
Pnitbauf Tra I 15 25 24% 25 + %
♦Prusbauf T o(4 90 97% 97% 97% - %
GABRIEL 36g. 1 10% 10% 10%
Galr Robert ... 23 8% 8% 8% + Vi
Oar Wood Ind_. 10 5Vi 5% 5%
Oar Wood pf.... 2 27 27 27 -1
UarlordCont la * 18 17% 18 /+ Vi
GenAmlnvl 48e 4 15% 14% 14%
Oen Am Tr 2 Vi . 3 54 54 54 + %
Gen Bakin* AO 2 10% 10% 10% + %!
Gen Cable V*g 13 11% HVi 11%+%!
'GenCable inf 4 530 79 78% 78% — V* >
Gen Elec 1.80 _. 13 38% 37% 38%+%:
Gen Poods 2 _. 5 40 39V* 39% + %
Gen Mills 1 Via . 8 51 49 49 -2%
Gen Motor lVag 46 60% 59 60V*+1 i
Gen Mot of 5 1 127% 127% 127%
Gen Out Advt 1 1 16% 16% 16%+ Vi
aenPub8vc 1 Be 10 3 3 3 — Vi1
Gen Pub Ut .80 . 15 14% 13% 14% + %
Gen Real A Otll 1 4% 4% 4% + %
GenRefrac 1 Vis 4 25% 25% 25%+%
tOenStlCpf4Vik 20 116 116 116 - %
Gen Telenh 2 1 33 33 33
GenTlmeln 1.60 2 24 23% 24 + %
Gen TireAR la 4 24% 24% 24%-%
tGn TAR pf4 V* 30 104% 104% 104V, + %
Gen TAR pf 3% 10 93% 93% 93%
Qlllette S R 2% 5 27% 26% 27% + %
Glmbel Bros 2b 18 24% 23% 24% + %
Glldden Co 2.40 2 45% 45% 45%
Glldn cv pf 21/* - 6 57 57 57
GoebelBrew.20a 6 6% 6% «% + %
Goodrich BP 2a 5 53% 53 53%+1
Goodrich pf B 1 103% 103% 103% -1%
GoodvearTAR 4 12 46% 46% 46% + %
Goodyear of B l 108% 108% 108% + %
Grsham-Palee 21 4 3% 4
Grand On 1 Via x 4 35% 35% 35%+ %
♦GrantWT pf3V* 60 106 106 106
Grayson-RobVia 1 12% 12% 12%
Gt Norl Oct la 1 14% 14% 14%+%
Gt Nor Ry pf 3 9 44% 44 44% + %
GtWstSU* 1.20a 1 23% 23% 23% - %
Greyhound Crp. 25 9% 9% 9% + %
Grum Alrc Eng 18 24% 22% 24 +2%
GuantanSug ‘it 2 6% 6% 6% — %
♦ GuantanS Df 5 20 90 90 90
Gulf MobAOhlo 59 13% 13% 13% + %
GulfMAOpf2Via 4 45% 45 45% + %
Gulf Oil la 12 71% 71% 71%+%
HALL PRINT la 1 15% 15% 15%+%
♦ Hanna Df 4'/« 20 106% 106% 106% +1%
♦ Harb-W pf 6 10 152 152 152 -3
♦ Hat Corp Df4Vi 10 90 90 90 - %
Hayes Indust .. 3 7% 7% 7% + %
Haves Mfe Co5 6% 6% 6% + %
Heinz i.80 __ 4 39V* 39 39% + %
Helme G W 4 . 1 56% 56% 56% +1%
Here Powd .70s 6 58% 58 58%+1%
tHersh ev Df 4a 50 127% 126 126 -1%
Hilton Hotel 1.7 12% 12% 12% + %
Hinde A Dau 2 1 28% 28% 28%
Holland Furn la 14 25% 25 25*/*
HollanderABla. 1 16% 16% 16% — %
Holly Sus 1 . 3 19% 19% 19% + %
Homestake Mis 4 44% 44 44% + %
Houd-Hersh Vis 4 16% 16% 16% + Vi
Hshold Fin 1.80 4 31% 31% 31%
♦Houaehld pf3Vi 10 102% 102% 102% + %
Houston LAP 2 1 42Vi 42% 42% + %
Houston Oil Vis 11 24% 24% 24%+%
Hove Sound 2 . 2 36% 36 36%+1
Hudson A Man 7 4% 4 4% + %
Hud Bay M 2V*S * 38% 38% 38% - V*
Hudson Mot .40 34 16% 16% 16% + %■
Hunt Foods_ 7 20% 20% 20*i + %j
HllOD Corp 4 4% 4% 4% + % I
IDAHO PO1,35s 1 38V* 38% 38V* + % I
111 Central _ 46 27% 26% 27 + Vi I
iiiiciuinn .uic » ' ' '
IndplsPdrL1.40a 2 2* 257+ 26 + %
Industrl Cl Mex 1 1* 16 16 — %
flng-Rand Df 8. 40 174 174 174
Inland Stl 80g 4 36% 36% 36% - %
Inspire Cop l'«I 26 717% 16% 17% + V*
Inter Chem 1>,i 3 43% 43% 43%+%
tlntarcb ol 4% 10 106 106 106
rnterconRub Til 3 4% 4% 4%
Inter Iron ,80g. 12 13V+ 13 13%+ %
Int Bus Mcb 6 . 1215 *15 215 -2
Int Harvester 4 12 68 87% 88 + %
tint Harv pf 7_ *20 185% 18* 185 - %
Int Hydro CIA. * 77+ 7% 77++ %
Int MACl) 1.80. 2 277+ 277+ 277+
Int Mining_ 4 4% 4% 4%
Int Nickel 1 80. 44 307+ 30% 30%
let Paper 3 _ 17 477+ 47 47%+1%
Int Sliver 4T4g 8 62 60 62 +3%
Int Tel dr Tel 24 12% 12% 12%+ %
IslandCrkC 1V4« 1 «* 48 48
JACOBS PL 118 8% 9 + %
Jewel Tea 2.40a 1 51 51 51 + %
■lohn-Manv Tih 5 44% 44 44% + 7+
Johnson dr J .20 +■ 31% 31%' 31% + %
Jones dr L Stl 2 22 337+ 33% 33%+%
Joy Manf 1.20a 7 367+ 36% 367++ 7+
KANS CITY SO 9 23% 22% 23 + %
Kelsey-Hy A 17+ 1 24% 24% 24%+ %
Kennecott 17+g • 457+ 45>+ 457++ %
Kimbrly Cl 1.40 8 25 24% 247++ %
Koppera Co 1 00 8 327+ 32 327+ + 7+
'Hopper* pf 4 150 101% 101% 101%
Kress SHITbg 1 51% 51% 51% - %
K'oeer Co 2.40 1 50 50 50 + %
LACI.CDE .15g 5 5% 5%. 5%
La Con* pf ,43g 1 11% 11% 11% + 74
Lambert Co 2a 2 31 31 31 + %
Lane Bryant 1 1 12% 12% 12% + %
LeesJmadkS 1.40 1 26% 26% 26% + %
Lehtah C * N 1 4 107+ 107+ 107+
LehPortCem 1% 1 36 36 36 + %
Leh Valley Coal 4 2% 2% 2% + %
l,eh Valley RR 4 6*+ 6% 6% + V+
Lehman Cp 4'ig 3 46% 45% 46% + %
Lehn & Pink '4g 1 1* 1* 17 + *•+
Lerner Stra 174 6 20% 19% 20'* + 7+
Libby Glass 2 10 56 55% 55% + % •
Lib McNfrI. »;* 7 87+ 8% 87+
Life Saver 1.1 Og 1 327+ 327+ 327++%
Liggett dr Myr 4 3 88% 88% 88% + % I
'Ligg dr M pf 7 20 190 190 190 -1
Lion 011 7 27 26% 26% - 7*
Llauld Carbn 1. * 2 3 2 23+ 2274 - %
Lockheed Atrc . 6 12% 12 12% + %
Loew'a Inc 174 33 22% 22% 22% - % I
Lone StarC 3'4a 2 69 68% 69 +1% j
Long-Bell L.45k 3 20% 20% 2074 + %
Lorrllard Prod 1 * 1974 19*/* 19% + %
♦Lorlllard Df 7 . 10 167 167 167 -1%
Lou GdrC A 1 74 1 25% 25% 25% + %
LoulSTildrN 3 6* 3 4674 46% 4674 +1%
Lowenstein 1 Via 12 2474 24% 24% + %
'Lowenstn pf4V» 30 101 101 101 +1
Lukena Stl 40 1 1874 18% 18% + %
MACKTRCK2* 7 52% 51% 52%
Macy (FHi J 80 2 35% 35 3574
Magma Cop ‘4g 3 19% 1874 19% + %
Vfngnavox 1 . 11 16% 15% 16%+174
Uonall Anc * 1 7*fc 7% 7*.'4» 4- I
Maracaibo 07e 2 4% 4% 4% + %
Marathon Cro 1 3 23% 23% 23%
Marine Midi Vi* 3 7% 7% 7%
'MarketStRy Dr 40 11% 11% 11%+ %
uarshll Pld2a_ 1 28% 28% 28% +1
Mertin G L 2 15 15 15
Mert-Parry .ROa 6 21% 21 21%+ 74
Masonite Coro 1 2 54% 54% 54% - %
Master Electric - 3 18% 18% 18%
Math Alkali V.« 2 3 1 3074 31 + «4|
'Mathleson Pf 7 10 188% 188% 188% — %;
'May Dept of.3Vi.110 101% 101 101%+ %i
McCall Coro 3a 1 4) 43 43 — % |
'McCrory Pf 3% 1 102 102 102 -%|
McGrawHill %* * *2% 27 27%+1
McIntyre 2.01a 3 53% 53% 53% — %
Mead Com .70* 11 20% 20 20%+ %1
Melville 6h 1 60 3 24% 24% 24% + % j
Mensel Cola . 5 18% 18% 18% + %!
Marcum Sirs 1 4 1574 15% 1574+ %
Merck&Co 1.40.1 55 55 55 + % ;
Miami Coo %s 3 15 14% 15 + %
Mld-ConPetl 4 42% 42% 42%+%
'Mid Steel 1 off 80 139 138 139
Mlnn-HonRegl* * 57 56 57 +1
Minn-Uolme 3 1074 10% 1074-+ %
MSP&SSMAi* 1 11 11 11 + %
Min MUM 1 40 6 60% 60% 60% — %
Mission Cm Vi* H 40% 39% 39% - %
Mo-Km-Texas 9 5% 5% 5% + %
Mo-Kan-Tex Pf 10 18% 18 18% + 74
Monsanto Ch 2 19 61 60 61 +174
Monsanto of 8V« 3 122 121 122 +2
Mont* Ward Sa 11 62% 60% 62% +174
Moore-MeC L 2. 3 27% 27 27 - %
Motor Prod 1* - * 21% 21% 21% + %
Motorola .60_2 12% 12 12% + %
Motor Whl 120 1 22 22 22
Mueller Bra ,60h 2 20% 20% 20%
MullinsMf* .40* 5 20*4 20% 20*4 + %
MurphyGC 1 V4a 2 3754 37% 37% — %
NASH-KKLV 74* 11 17% 17% 17% + %
Nat Acme 2_ 2 27 27 27 + %
Nat Airlines 4 12 11% 12 + %
NatAuto Plb 60 1 11% 11% 11% - %
NatAviatton l*X 5 13 12% 12% + %
Nat Biscuit 1%« 23 32% 32% 32%
Nat Can 2 10% 10% 10% + %
Nat Cash R 174* 1 40% 40% 40% + %
Nat Cltr Lines 1 1 9% 9% 9% + %
Nat Container» 7 41 40% 41 + %
Nat Dairy l.RO 13 33% 32 32% + %
Nat Dept Stria 1 18 18 18
Net Distillers 2. 35 2174 21% 21%+%
Nat Enamel 2*. 2 40 40 39 +1
Nat Gypsm Vi* - 7 19% 19 19%+ %
Nat Lead Via .. 3 33% 33% 33%+ %
'Net Ld Of A 7 70 187 186% 187
NetLInenSv 4S* 3 774 7% 774 + V4
Nat MAS C .30* 1 19% 19% 19%
Nat Pow « L— 11 1% 1% 1V4
Natl Steel 4_' 6 82% 82% 82% - %
Nat Suomy 28 20% 19% 20%+ 74
>Nat Sup of 474. 90 97% 97 97 - %
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Nat Vul Fibr .80 4 15 14% 15 + %
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Stock and Add Ret
Oividend Rat*. 00. Hifh. Low. S:30. ehae.
Natomae Co Va* S 13 128* 13+8*
'Newberry pf88*120 10* 1038* 104 + 8*
'NJ Pw&Lt pf 4 10 10« 10« 10« +1
Newmont Mia 1 408* 408* *08* + 8*
Newpt N S 184a. 1 1*8* 8Mb 1*84+84
1 Y Central RR 33 158b 158b 1584 + 'A
N Y Chi * St L 3 328* 32 328* +18b
NYC-StL pfOVak HO* 10* 10* +HA
fNYPAL pf 3.80 10 10284 1028b 102>A - 84
♦ NYSE&O pf*»A 2 *6 *B - 84
Noblltt Spark 2 2 4*84 A* 4*84 + 'A
Nopco Chm .80* 1 4284 42>A 4284 -18*
'Nor & Wat 10a 70 23S84 73*84 238>A +2>A
Nor Am Co 84b 10 2514 2584 258* - ‘4
North Pacific la 21 2084 2084 208b + 84
♦NoStPw ota «0 20 101>A 1018b 10184 + 8b
Northwest Alrl * 1284 1284 1284 + 84
NowstAir pfl.15 1 21?b 218b 2184+ 8*
'Northw Tel 3 HO 3* 3* 3*
OHIO EDIS 1*_ 1 3684 3«>A 3*84
Ohio Oil ba .. 10 2* 258b 2* + 84
Oliver Corp 84*. 4 204* 198b 2044+18*
'Oliver pf *8* _ 10 105 105 105 + 8b
Omnibus Corp 1 4 #8* 5V* *8*
'Omnibu* pf 8 50 108 100 108
Oppenhelm 1 '•«* 2 22 22 22 — 84
OtlaEleva* .85* 1 2884 288b 2884
Owen-IllOl 2'At 2 7* 7* 7# +18*
'PC COAST 1 pf 30 <» *7 «» +4
'PAC COST 2of 40 3584 35 3584 + 'A
’acOaa&PleS 7 408b 408b 408*+ 84
Pae Llrbtlnc 3. 1 5*84 58'A 5814
oJc Mills X 2 358* 358* 358* + 'A
♦PaeT&T 1.65a 10 104 104 104 + 'A
Pac Tin Cona... 2 48b *84 *84 — 8b
Pae West Oil_ 0 4084 3884 3*84 +18*
Packard M IS* 38 54b 584 584+ 84
PnAmAlrwy«8*e 2 108b 108b 1084 + 84
PanhdlEPL 18b» 3 4* *88* *884 + %
Panhandle FAR 12 784 784 784 + 'A
“aramnt Plot 2 4Q 2784 2 684 2 6% - ‘A
Parke Davltl *0 . 1 *0 40 40 + 84
Park Utah CM 1 28b 28b 2% + 8*
Parmelce T .80* 2 88b *84 88i + 84
Pstino M Vat - 1 1084 108* 108* + 84
Penney <JC> *a « 4*8* 46 4*84 + 84
Penn-Cent Alrl 12 784 78* 784
Penn Dix Ce *4* 7 1* 1* 1*
Penn P&L 80* " * 20'A 1*84 10 - ‘A
Penn R R 8b* 4* 208* 1*84 2084 + 'A
Penn Salt 1.20* 4 4584 4484 4584 + 84
Pepsi-Col* .70s *1 3284 3184 3284 + 8b
Petrol Corp .20* 4 1084 1084 1084 + 84
Pfizer CAsCo 2a * 47 46 47 +114
PhelpsDeel .BO* 17 4J 42 43 +1
fPhtlaCofipf 3 30 57*4 57*4 57*4
'Phil Co $6 Pl 8 20 107*4 107*4 10714 -1
Phi!a Elect 1 20 9 24*4 24*4 2414 + 14
t Phils El Pf4 40 ISO 120 120 120
Phh Elec pf3 SO 1 10814 10814 10814
Phil&RCAsI 1 '/a* 14 1354 13 1514 + 14
Philco Corp 1 '/a 8 27*4 27*4 27*4 + 14
Philln Mor 1 'Aa 6 3214 32 32*4 + *4
Phillips Petrol 3 2 60*4 60 60*4 + 14
Pillsbury Mills 3 1 37 37 37
'Pills Mills pf 4 30 107*4 107*4 107*4 + *4
PittCk&Ch >4e 4 13 1214 1214 + %
PltConCoal 1 40 20 27 26*4 27 +1
PlttPlateG! 45* 4 3714 3714 3714 + 14
Pitt Screw .30*. 7 8*4 8*4 8*4 + 14
Pitt Steel 10 12*4 12 12*4+ 14
♦PiUStprpff1 Bk 30 80*4 80 80*4+ 14
Pittston Co 6 2614 26*4 2614 + 84
Plrmouth Oil lb 2 23 23 23 + 14
Pressed Stl Car 9 11*4 11*4 1114 + *4
ProcAsGam SV«c 4 65 63 63 + *4"
Pub 8vcCol 1 B5 3 36*4 36 36*4 + *4
Pub 8 N J 1.40 . 8 2214 2214 2214 + 14
'Pub SvcNJ pffi 10 142*4 142*4 142*4 - 14
tPub SvcNJ Pf7 10 128 128 128
'Pub SvcNJ pffi 290 11814 11714 11814 +1*4
•Pub Src NJ pft 60 110*4 109*4 11014 + *4
'ubllckar Toil . 38 3014 29V. 29*4.- 14
Pullman 1 ’/a* . 13 5614 56*4 5614 + *4
Pure 011 1 13 27*4 2684 27*4 + *4
Pure Ofi Df 6 __ 1 102 109 109 + 14
Purity Bak 2.40 2 30*4 30*4 30*4 — 14
RADIO CP 20* 46 9 8«4 9 + *4
Radio CP pf314 1 78 78 78 +1
Ra-Ktn-O 1 20 21 13*4 1284 13 + ‘4
tRals Pur pf3!« 130 103 10484 103 + >4
Rayonler Inc _ 6 25*4 2484 25*4 + 14
Rayonler pf 2 2 3614 3614 3614
Reading 1 pf 2_. 1 47*4 47*4 47*4—1
Reeves Bros 1 4 14 14 14+14
'Reis R As Co pf 10 11814 118*4 11«*4 +2*4
RemRand 1.05b 8 33 3114 35 +1*4
RemRand pf414 2 101 100 100
Reo Motors 2*4 1 31 31 31 + >4
Rep Aviation 10 3*4 514 3*4 + *4
Republic Picture 2 5*4 3*4 5*4 + *4
RePUh Piet pf 1 1 U14 1314 1314 — 14
Renub Steel la 23 27*4 26»4 27*4+ 14
Revere Copr’4* 16 21 20*4 21 +1*4
tRev Con pf B*4 10 107 107 107 - *4
Rexal! Dru* *4v 19 8*4 8*4 8*4
Reyn TobB 1.80 8 418* 4114 4114+14
RheemMfxl _ 1 2114 21’* 211* + ‘4
Richfield Oil 1. 3 1614 1614 1614
Roan Ant .22* 13 684 6*4 6*4 — 14
RoyalTvpel 15« 5 22 22 22 — V4
Ruberoid 1* 3 58 57*4 38 + 14
SAFEWAY ST 1 8 25 2484 25 + ‘4
'Safeway pf 5 10 113*4 113*4 113*4
St Joseph Ld 2a. 7 44 44 44
St L San Fran 7 9 884 9 + ‘4
St L SanWran pf 16 28*4 76 2814 + 14
St Re*ls Paper 43 10*4 1014 10*4 + *4
Schenlex Dtetl t 17 29«4 78*4 29*4 + 1*
Scranton Elec 1 3 131* 1514 1314
Saab Air L R R 36 19 18*4 1884 + 84
SeaALRRpf2 *4* 1 49*4 49*4 49*4 - H
Seaboard OH 1 6 31*4 30*4 31*4 + *4
Sears Roebck la 27 39*4 38*4 39*4+1
servei me t t*
ShamrOA-G 1.20 12 25*4 *5 25',4 I
Sharon Steel 2 4 3174 31*4 3174 + *4 I
SharpADoh 7b* 3 2274 22>/4 22*4+ 74
Shattuck FG 1 a 118 1* 18 + ‘4
Shell Un Oil 54g * 33 3174 33 +174
Sheraton A .30* 1 774 774 774 + *4
Silver King Col 3 5*4 5*4 5*4 + 74
SiramonsCol Vaf 5 3 7 3 674 3 7 + V4
Sinclair 011 1 17 16*4 16*4 1674 + *4
SmlthASonl 40 1 36*4 36*4 36*4+ 7*
Rocony-Vac .80 28 1674 1674 1674
So AmGold 10* 1 *74 *74 +74 + *4
So Caro EAO */e 3 6*4 6*4 6*4 + *4
So P RlcaSur 4a 1 43*4 43*4 43*4 + ‘4
3oeastGrey 1.60 2 1 574 1 574 1534 + *4
So CalEdis 1 % 6 32 3174 3174 - ‘4
SouNatGas 1 */«b 2 2274 2274 22*4 + 74
Southern Pac 4 20 45 44*4 45 + 74
Southern Ry 3 19 40 39*4 40 +174
SpaldirwABro 1. 1 18*4 18*4 18*4— 74
loarke Within* 2 5*4 5*4 5*4 + 74
Spenr Kel 1,60a 4 27*4 2674 27*4 + 74
Sperry Corp >.« 7 1974 19*4 1974
SPleaellne 9 12*4 12*4 12*4
SouareDCo .40* 5 167* 16*4 1674
SquibbASons 1 3 347* 3474 3474 + 74!
Stand Brands 2 8 3074 30*4 3074+ 741
Std GsAEl $4 Pf 20 27 2574 27 +1*4'
Std OAESTpr Pf 1110 110 110 +2
Std Oil Cal 174* 10 60*4 5974 60*4 + 74
ltd OH Ind 1 *4a 18 42*4 41 42
Std Oil N J 2* 13 7874 7774 78*4 +1
Std Oil Ohlo74« 24 31 30*4 3074 + 74
Stand SUSP ‘4* 9 13*4 13 13*4 + *4
StarrettLSS - 1 427* 4274 4234 - 74
Sterling Dru* 2. 7 40 397* 3974 + *4
StewartWrn'ba 2 16 16 16 + *4;
StokelT-V C 74* 8 19 18*4 19 + 74.
ItoneAWeb 17<« 3 1374 1374 1 374 - 74
Stlldebaker 74* 6 3 2 2 2 1 22 + 741
Sunray 011 74* 38 1174 1174 11*4 + 74;
Sunshine Blsc 3 2 40 40 40 +1
Sunshine M 40 12* 97* 9*4 97* - *4
Sup Oil Cal 74e 2 120 119 120 -3*4
SwlftACo l.SOa 5 3474 34*4 3474 + *4
Swift Inti 1.80 3 2474 24*4 2474 + 74
Sylyan El P .70* 4 23*4 2 274 23*4 + 74
*Syirn Elec of 4 70 101 101 101 — 74
Symlni-Old 74* 18 7*4 7 7*4
TELAUTOGRPH 1 5*4 5*4 5*4
Tenn Corp la 2 18*4 18*4 18*4
Texas Co 2a 13 6674 66*4 667* + 74
TexGulfPr .20*. 35 17** 1*74 17 + *4
Tex Gulf Sul 2a 9 5574 55*4 5574 - ‘4
Tex Pae CAO 1. 4 3374 3374 33*4 - *4
TexPacLTr .40* 12 25*4 2474 25*4 + 74
Ihatchet ,60b 6 1674 16*4 1*74 + 74
fhermoidCo 80 1 H34 1174 117*+ J4
tThermod pf2 *4 10 52*4 52*4 5274—14
Third Ave Tram 1 974 9 74 9<4
ThomasSt 1.40a 1 2074 2074 2074
Thompson JR. 1 10*4 10*4 10*4 + 74
Thom-Starrett 3 474 474 474*
Tide Wat 011 1 a 14 2074 2074 207* + >4
'TideWat pf3*4 120 1067* 10*6 10674 + 74
Tim-Det Axle*4a 3 17*4 1774 17*4 + 74
Timken Roll It 7 47 46*4 4674 — 74
rrnsamerlca 74a 3 12*4 12*4 12*4 + 74
Trent A W Air 4 15*4 147* 15*4+74
rri-ent Cp .30* 9 7 674 674
Truax-Tr 1.40a 2 21*4 21 21*4+ *4
■SOth C-Fox 3a 29 3074 30 3074 + 74
tTwinClty pr2 *4 60 41 41 41 - *4
Twin Coach ... 1 1374 1374 1374 + *4
UDYLITE 1 ... 2 14 14 14+74
Underwood 3 3 52 517* 52 + *4
UnAsbARub 70 9 12 12 12 - ‘4
Union Bat 2a 7 3374 33 33*4 + ‘4
UnCarbide 2j4* 14 106 105*4 106 + *4
union Oil Cal 1. 13 237* *3*4 2374 + 7*
Union Pacific •- 3 143 142*4 143
Un Pacific pf 4 1 108*4 108*4 108*4 - *4
Un Tank Car 2a 2 34 34 34 — 74
Unit Air Llnee . 22 22*4 2174 22*4+ H
Old Aircraft 1 15 197* 19*4 1974 + 74
UI1JV Veliuuu —- -
Old Coro - 59 3% 3% J% + %
Unit Coro of 3 4 47% 47% 47% + % j
Otd EngdtFdy 2*3* 3* 3* -1
United Fruit 2a 10 S5% 35% 55%
Unit M £ M 1ft 13 17 16% 17 + %!
tUtd M&M of 6 10 107% 107% 107%
Utd Paperbd If * 15% 15 15%+ %
U8*F8ec 1,80ft 3 1*% 1»% 1»% + %
C S Gtpsiim 2 5 »* *8% 98%
U S Indust C 3f 5 43% 43 43 +1
JS Leather 3 7% 7% 7% + %
US Leath A 2%f 1 37% 37% 37% - %
J S Lines 2 15 72% 22% 22% + %
US PiOedtPy] CO 1 42 42 42 +1%
U S Play Cd 2 2 57 57 57 —1%
U 8 Plywood SO ' 4 30% 30% 30%+ %
U S Rubber 4g 3 47% 47% 47% + %
US Rubber lpf8 1 150% 150% 150% + %i
IS Steel 4 37 73% 73 73%+ %|
I S Tooac 1.20 1 20 *0 20 + % j
UtStrs2d pf.35c 7 9% 9% 9% - %
Ut Wall Pap Vat 5 0% 8% 8% + %'
Unlr Lab ... 1 5% 5% 5% + %
Doit Pleturaa 2 3 *1% 21% *1%
VANADIUM CP 3 16% 16% 16% + %
Vert-Cam Su 2a 13 14% 14% 14% + %
Vick Chm i 20a 1 31% 31% 31%+ %
Vie ChWts 1.00 3 47% 46% 47% + %
Va CarollnChem 5 7% 7 7% + %
Va-Caro pill %k 2 *1 90% *1 +1
ViskintCrP 1.80 1 33% 33% 33%
Vulcan Det new 20 32% 32% 32% + %
WALDORF la - 3 15% 15% 15%
Walgreen 1.60 . 3 31% 31% 31%— %
r Walgreen ol 4. 10 108% 100% 108% +1%
Walker HI 1.20- 3 21% 21% 71%
Walworth yeg - * 10% 10% 10%
Ward Bak .30f- * 12% 12% 12% + % :
Varner Bro ) % 12 16% 16% 16%+ % :
Warren Pet 80. 3 37% 37% 37%+ %
Watne Putnn 2 _ 1 34% 34% 34% — %
Webster Tobac . 1 7% 7% 7%
Wesson OAS la 8.47% 47 47% +1
Wesson Oil of4 10 86% 86% 86% - %
West Ind Sug la 6 *3% 22% 23%+%
■ Ws Penn El A 1 40 113 114% 114%
Western Air Lin 1 7% 7% 7% + %
WestAutoSunS 4 52% 51% 52%+1%
West Md 2nd pf 1 15% 15% 15%
West Un Tel A 4 21% 21% 21% + %
West Air Brk 1 g 6 35% 35% 35% + %
Westiiw Elec > 16 2* *8% 28% - %
Wat El pf A 3% 20 101 101 101
Weston El 1'if - 1 4* 42 42 + % ,
Vesttaco 1.40.. 3 35% 35% 35% +1 t
Stock list Steadier,
But Volume Declines
To Week's Low ,
By Victor Eubank
Aftociated Pratt Financial Writer
NEW YORK. July 31.—Stocks
generally regained their equilibrium
in today's market but the buying was
timid and activity the lowest of the
week. /
Some short covering and invest
ment demand wa\ based on the
thought that three straight falling
sessions to an average bottom since
July 2 had placed the list in a much
more favorable technical position.
Bullish enthusiasm was chilled a
bit by another slump In the London
market after early steadiness. Climb
ing prices for steel and other lines
still inspired caution because of the
outlook for growing consumer re
listance.
Dealings were sluggish from the
start. While many leaders did little
or nothing, advances of fractions to
2 points or so predominated hear
the fourth" hour.
London Market Weak.
LONDON, July 31 </P).—Persistent
selling forced stock exchange prices
still lower today. The market was
described as extremely weak at the
close.
Factors accounting for the new
pressure on prices were Britain’s
economic crisis and the diaclosure of
further heavy withdrawals from the'
United States loan.
Washington Exchange
8ALI8.
Washington Ry ft El common—I at 880.
Capnai irar.su 1st ref 4s—1.900 at
105 Vi*. 1.000 at 105 Vs.
PUBLIC UTILITIES.
BOND*.
Bid Aakad
Am T It T cv db 3s 1050 115%
Am T & T cv db 2“%s 1001 113 114
Cap Transit 1st ref 4s 1984 104% 105%
City Ic Suburban 5s 1848 102 --1
Georgetown Gas 1st 5s 1981 124 _
pot i:iec Pow 3%a 1988_1 105 _
Pot Elec Pow 3',is 1977 ._ 110
Washington Gas 6s 1980 128
Tar RfdtW Cp 1st 4>/«s 1948 101% 103
PUBLIC UTILITY.
STOCKS
Amer Tel dr Tel (9) _158V.
Capital Transit (2.001_ 34% 26V.
N dr W Steamboat (M>_ .150 190
Pot Elec Power 8% pfd (8) 107%
Pot El Pw 6%'V pfd (5.601 107 109
Wash Gas Lt com (1.5(1) 22 % 24
Wash Gas Lt cum pfd (4.25*106 107
Wash G Lt cm cv pfd (4.501*107 -
Wash Ry dr El rom (alS.OO) 840 _
Wash Ry d: El pfd (51 119
BANK AND TRUST COMPANIES
Amer Sec .fc Tr Co (101 _ 280 296
Sank of Betheada (tl.OO). 46 -
lapltal (,80i .31 _
lorn dr Savlnga new <tlO). 366 _
Jberty (St . _ _ 300 _
jlncoln (+5) 330 -
Rational Sev Tr <8.001 *397 _
Prince Georges B dr Tr (tl) 26% -
llgga <121 -. 306 -
Jnlon Trust Co new (1.00) 43 _
Washington <8> 170 190
Wash Loan dr Tr <12> *340 -
FIRE AND TITLE INSURANCE.
Imerican (+6) _. *150 _
Columbia <t,30) _ 12% _
“Tremen s <1.401 _ 33
Rational Union (.75)_ 14 _
Real Estate (16) 195 _
M loOELLANEOUS.
larpel Corp (2.00) . 42 -
Qarflnckel com new (1.50i_ 19% 21
3arfl %“V cu cv p( (1.375 25V. 28%
3arfl 4V.fr cu cv pf (1.125) 23% 24%
fleeht Co (1.801 . .. 25 27
Hecht 3%% cu pfd <3.751- . 99 102
Lanston Mono <1.00) - 17% 19V.
Vlergetilhaler Lino (at 1 .SO) - 56 -
Natl Mtt: dt inv pf <p.40> 8% -
Peoples Drug St com (tl 80) 52%
Security Storage <t5) _ 108 125
rer Ref * Wh Corp <31 . 45
Wdwd dt Loth com (t2.00). 48 60
Wdwd dr Loth pfd (7) 125 -
•Ex dividends tPlus extra or extraa.
a Paid so far this year o Paid 194d.
Chicago Grain
CHICAGO. July 31 MPi.—Peed grain*
Leo an upturn in cereals on the Board of
Trade today, buying entering the market
OeoHUse of a lack of overnight rain* In
Midwestern areas where the corn crop is
In ne*d of moisture. Wheat follolwed
ihe advance in feed grains.
At noon wheat was S'/i-.V'ii cents
Higher. September. $2.30‘/4: corn was 3
to i'/a cents higher. September $2.1 IV
and oats were lAa-2V* higher. September
*2Va. !
Reports to the grain trade said the.
Kansas City office of the Commodity I
VslCUlb LU1M. was WIICIIUF "4. . .72 «a [
bushrl for wh«at. compared with a price
Df Vi.IP3# late yesterday. The agency
Dought •?.7P<?.00o bushels from noon Tues- I
jay through noon yesterday.
Overnight purchases of United States t
Hour were made by both the United
Kingdom and Norway. The amount
jought by the United Kingdom was not
disclosed, while that bought b» Norway
was said to be a moderate quantity.
New York Cotton
NEW YORK. July 31 i/Ri.—Cotton fu
ture* were flrtr. In moderately active deal
ing* today. Mill and outvlde replacement
buying met only limited hedae offerings
end liquidation
There was some buyint in anticipation
of the Commodity Credit Corp. sward* or.
cotton being purchased for Japan. Some
quarter* believed 'hat the Government
would accept offers considerably above
the 40.000 bales ssked for.
Co ton too news continued favorable.
I,ate afternoon prices were 80 cents to
«l,4i. a bale higher than the previous
close October. 33.89; December. 33.3b.
and March. 32.90.
Odd-Lot Dealings
PHILADELPHIA. July 31 Mb.—The Se
curities and Exchange Commission reported
today these transactions by customer# with
bdd-lot dealers or specialist* on the New
York Stock Exchange for July 30: 4..1.3
ourchases Involving 135.893 shares: 4 810
sales Involving 141.*01 shares, including
114 short sales Involving 3.381 share*.
New Securities Marketed Today
Included $10,000,000 of 3% bonds of
Florida Power Co. and *10,000.000
of the company's 3V4% sinking fund
iebentures: *9.400,000 of New York
Central Railroad 2’i% equipment
trust certificates; 200.000 shares of
J. P. Stevens <fe Co. at *34 a share.
General Baking Co. earned *830,
250 or 31 cents in 26 weeks ended
June 28 vs. $1,074,634 or 47 cents.
Stone A Webster. Inc., earned
11.135.967 or 54 cents in the first
half vs. $1,626,617 or 77 cents a year
earlier.
Consolidated Retail Stores, Inc
earned $675,222 or *1.66 In the first
half vs. *1,038.673 or *2.72 a year
earlier.
Crucible Steel Co. of America re
ported profit of *376,214 in the June
quarter vs. *1,695,034.
Sun Chemical Corp. profit for the
first half was *804,038 or 63 cents vs.
*636.892 or 48 cents.
American Power A Light Corp.
and subsidiaries had net income of i
85,735,590 in three montns enaea
Stay 31 vs. *5.946,628.
Consolidated Gas, Electric Light
Si, Power Co. of Baltimore earned
82.234.209 or *1.64 in three months
;nded June 30 vs. *1,709,880 or *1.19
t vear earlier.
Holland Furnace Co, profit for the
first half was $706,652 or 78 cents!
vs. *331.008 or 37 cents. «
Time, Inc., earned *4,063,900 in the
list half vs. *1,092.700.
Sales
Stock and Add Net
3ividend Rate. 00. High. Low. 2:.')0. chge.
WestvaC Diatt 20 102* 102* 102* + *
Wb&LE pf 5* 10 100* 100* 100* + *
Vheel Stl 1 *g 18 <1* «0* 41*+1*
WheelStl prpfl 10 SB* 98* »8*
Vhlte Motor la 3 23* 25* 25*+ *
Vhite Sewing M 6 13* 13 13* + *
WhiteSewpflk 1 84 84 S4
Vilcox Oil .10c 3 8* 8* 8*-*
iVillje-Oeenand 14 9* 9* 9*
VilsonACo 46c 14 15 14* 13 +r*
Vilson pf 4 >/« 1 97 97 97 -1
Voolworth 2a 12 50* 30 30*+ *
Wrthni PAM lb 3 60 39* 80 + *
Vrlgler W Jr 8 1 «** 66* ***
V.vand Wor 40a 6 11* 11* 11* + *
f ALE AT SOa. 1 37* 37* 37*-*
fork Carp 30 . 2 13* 13* 13* + *
foungSprAW 1- 1 18 18 18 + *
fungSbeet&T 4 7 67* 66* 67*+1*
foungs Stl Dr 1 1 16* 16* 16* + *
1ENXTH RA lg 9 21* 21* 21*+*
Ionite Products 17 7 7
Bacrly Sales an the Exchange Tifar:
1:00 a.m~ 150 000 12:00 noon 2SO 000
1:00 9 m 400/100 2:00 p.m. 390 000
tUnlt of trading, 10 sharea *In eank
uptcy or receivership, or being reorganised
tnder the Bankruptcy Act. er securities
saumed by such companies. Rates of
ividends in the foregoing table are annual1
isbursements baaed on the last quarterly
r semiannual declaration. Unless other-1
rise noted, special or extra dividends are
,ot included, x Ex dividend, xr Ex rights |
Also extra or extras, b Plus stock divi-1
end. d Cash or stock, e Paid last rear, j
Payable In stock, g Declared er raid sc : c
ar this year, h Parable In Canadianj
unds. k Accumulated dividends raid or I1
eclared thla year.
i.
N. Y. Bond Market
(Furnished hr the A—dated Freee.)
SELECTED LIST OF ISS1IM.
WORLD BANK I c 4V.I 66 SO
IntBRAD 3*72 10* 10 ICC8tLou5«63a 92*
IntBRAD2’«57101S ICCStL 4 Vi s 63 67*
NEW YORK CITY IntHydroE16*44 100
3* SO _111* Kan C Sou 4a76 104
FOREIGN 2:30 LahVal4Vis2003 37
Akershus 4* 68 *7* Leh Val 4a 2003 34*
Australia 3V»*56 *3* MetW*8dE14s38 30
Copenhacn 6s62 90* M-K-T Bs 62a _ 82
Denmk 4 Via 62 *2* Mo Fac 6*s 4» *2*
El Salrd 3Vis 76 40* Mo Pat 6s 77 F 77*
DOMESTIC 2:30 M" 4*28 **
AmAFP 6*2030107* Vi*200° *0
Am T A T 3s 66 113* O J M 6s 64 97
Am TAT 2Vis61 113* *%}£? J*
AmT&T 23,4s 80 100* J Sa :2013 84*
A T S F 4s 98 129* J*
Ati ci ist 4s 62 iod* ZJJiZS*; 88
BA01*tMt«48st 97 5iS5fg??48
Balt&Oh 6s096 82* ^™*»61 \*\l
BaltA06»K2000 62 NYNHAH4*s6< 47*
E A O er Oil 50 NYNH&H 4s So 46
Bolt 4U* 70 53V4 NYNHAcHBVai54 45*,4
BoJt m! 4,60 83 NYO&W an4s66 4*
Bost NYAL 4s68 47* J|5L3jta5mV2Sil
Can Pac 4s perpl03*
Celanese 3s 66 104* £or
Cn RR NJ 6s 87 34 P*nnRRt4Vis65 106*
CAO 3 Vis 96 D 103* ^“llSS4,!4,*84?^!!^?
C B A Q 2’,s TO 99*
CMBtP414*2044 56* PereMar 3Vis 80104*
ChiANW 4 VisflB 69 StLSF 4Vi*2022 30
CRIP 4Via 62A 59 StLSanFrn4s97 85*
CRIP 4V*s 60 15* StL SW rl 6s 90 78*
CRIFrI4s34 . 52* Seab In4Vis2016 68
CCCStL 4Va« 77 75* 8oPaciflc4Vi»81 93*
CCCfil. 4s 90 SL 95* 3oP*c4VisOr77 101*
Con* Rt 4* 64 44* Sou Pae 2*s98 87*
Del A Hud 4s 63 99 So Ry an 4s 66 99
Del LAW4s2042 57* Sunray 0112*88101*
DARin4'42018wi48* TRRAStL2’/.*85l05*
Den&S L inc 93 71* Texas Corp 3s6B106*
Det Edison 4s8S10i* TexAPae 3’/*s8B104
DwChem 2.36*0 100* Third Are 6* 60 35
Erie 4Vi» 2016 69 Va E1AP 2V,* 78104
Ot Nor 3 V»s90N 103* Wabash 4>4s 91 85*
G MAO 2044 B 38* West 8h 4s 2361 67
Hud&M rl 6s 57 37* West Md 4a 62 . 103
fC 4s 68 **44 West Un 6s 60 " SSVa
I C rf 4s 5S 100*4 Wls Cn 4s 3680 *1%
N. Y. Curb Market
LIST INCLUDES ONLY SELECTED ISSUES
CHANGED FROM PREVIOUS CLOSE.
S:M» Int Petrol % __ 114*
Alreon Mfg Co 2*4 Kalser-Praser . 74*
Am Bantam Car 34* Kirk L G M .02 lVia
Am Maracaibo 3>/4 Leonard Oil Dee 14*
Am Superpower IV* tone Star Gas 1 1*V*
AnchPostPr 20* SV* LouLandftEx.80 16*4
Ark Nat Gas A «V* Menasco Mfg _ 14*
Atlas Corn ww. • MldStaPwB vtc 3
Atlas Ply 2% JO MIdWestCrp %b 13V*
Bab ft Wll 1 fa* AS Mid! stl n.cumS ]g
Barium Steel 5V* Mining CD Can 7V*
Basic Refrct .40 7*4 Monogram Piet 4V*
Berk AGay Furn 1*4 Mat Tunnel ft M 1
Blue Ridge .log 3*4 Niagara Hud Pr 844
BrownFDist .80 20*4 Noma Elec Vab 15*4
Burma Ltd ... »NoAmLt*Pwr 8
Carr Con Bite 1. 10% p»n Am Air war 4i«
Cent ft 8w Core 10*4 Pantepee OH .64 *44
Cities Sarvlca.. 37*4 Pennroad */«e _ •
Claude Neon *4* Producers Corp. 1*4
ColSandftSt .40 7*4 R-K-O opt war. 344
Co Fuelftlrww 5*4 Raytheon Mfg . •
Colts Mfg Co 31*4 Richmond Rad 54*
ComnftSou war ‘4 RioOrValO .10* 1
Root Petroleum 11*4
ContFdyftM 4a* 14V* st Lawrence Cp 124*
Creoje Pet 1.20* 31% 3alt Dome Oil _ **4
Crown Cent Pet 3*4 Select Indus 3
Cub Atl Sug 2a . 1*4* Simplicity P 40 •
El BondftShare. 124* Solar Aircraft •
Elliott Co _ 21*4 std OilKy 1.40a 2*4*
Eureka C Ltd- 24* Std Pwr ft Lt 24a
Fairchild E A A 24i Sterling Inc % 11*4
Pansteel Mtl Vie 13*4 SunRayDru .05* •%
Gellman Mf* 3*4 fextron Inc '/a* 134*
Glen Alden Cl 2 184* Tri-Conti w w 24a
Hgxeltine Vi*— 15 Utd LtftRys Vi* 21*4
Hecla Min l .. 12 Unit 8h M 2 5<>g 70
Humble 0112* . 704* U S Poll B .16* 134*
Illinois Power 2 2*4* Writht Har* .18 241a
Rates of dividends In the foregoing
table are annua! disbursements baaed on
the last quarterly or aemlannual declare
tion. Unless otherwise noted, special or
extra dividends are not included, a Also
extra or extra*, b Plus stock dividend,
d Cash or stock, e Paid last year, f Pay
able In nock. g Declared or paid ao far
this year, h Payable In Canadian funds,
k Accumulated dividends paid or declared
this y*ar. n New Issue, ww With warrants,
iw Without warrants
Chicago Livestock
CHICAGO. July 31 DPI.— United States
Department of Agriculture)—Salable hogs
R.OOO; total, 8.000; alow: weights under
240 pounds opened steady to 26 cents
lower: general market on all butcher hogs
sround 25 cents lower; market closed
26-50 cents lower, mostly on weights under
260 pounds; lightweight sows steady to
25 cents lower; others 26-50 cents lower;
top. 28.60; bulk good and cholca 170-240
pounds. 27.50-2*25; 250-370 pounds.
26.50-27.50; 280-300 pounds, 26.26-26.50.
ground 365-pound butchers. 23.00; good
am* uiuitf 8uw5 unoN .1011 pounds.
24.50. few to 24.76: 360-400 pounds.
21.26-23.26: 400-450 pounds. 20.00-21.60;
450-500 pounds. 18.00-20.00; few around
rtOO-pound sows. 17.00.
8alable cattle. .3,000; total. 3 200: sal
able calves. 700; total. 700; fed steers
and yearlings, including yearling heifers
barely steady to 25 cents lower: 26
cents off on medivun to low-choice kinds; .
nothing strictly choice here: average
choice light steers, topped at .31.75; most
strictly good and choice offerings. 29.001
upward: medium and good grades. 21.00
26.50: low-choice 760-850 pound heifers. .
28.25; medium and good grades showing :
srass. 19.00-24.00: cows 26 cents lower; ]
bulls 25-60 cents down, mostly 50 cents .
off: strictly good cows to 20.00; mostly]
19.00 down: cutters. 12.75 down; most
beef cows. 13.50-18.00; practical top sau
sage bulls, 17.50; vealers steady at 24.00
down.
Salable sheep. 1.000; total, 1.300: fair
ly active, mostly steady on all slaughter
classes; most good and choice ewe and
wether spring lambs. 24.60; bucks dis
counted 1.00; practical top. 24.50; parr
deck. 24.76; short losd common spring
lambs. 18.50; straight culls down to 10.00;
double good and choice around 106-pound
yearling wethers. 18.6”: 2-year-old sorted
out at 13.50; good to choice slaughter
ewes, 8.50-9.50: few common. JT.OO.
Washington Produce
From the Department of Agriculture;
Due to a lack of sufficient funds it will
be necessary to discontinue daily egg and
poultry market *news report?, enective
Monday. August 4.
EGOS—Market firm. Nearby receipts
extremely light. Demand good. Prices'
paid f.o.b. Washington for Federsl-State I
graded eggs received from grading sta-j
lions July 31. Whites, browns mixed i
colors; U. 8. grade A. extra large. 83:
large. : medium. 56: small .39; U. 8.
grade B. large. 51: medium. 47: XI. 8.
Grade C. 44. Commercially graded egg?,
grade A. large. 59-81: medium 61; grade
B. larae. 51.
LIVE POULTRY—Market Arm. Receipts
moderate. Demand fair to good. Prices
paid f.o.b. Washington; Fowl, heavy
type. 31: light type. 21-22. Broilers,
fryers and roasters. 33.
DRESSED POULTRY—^Ma rket weak,
under very Door demand. Supplies amote.
Prices of fowl. 5 pounds and up. declin
ing 1 cent. Prices paid f.o.b. Washington
lice packed), fowl. 5 pounds and ud 35:
4-4 V? pounds. 34: 3-3 Va pounds. 32.
Roasters. 5 pounds. 46ta: 4Va pound?
42 *'2: 4 pounds. 38*/a. Fryers 2Va-3
pounds, 38*4. Broilers. 40«|».
Market Averages
STOCK*. 30 15 15 60
Indat Rail* Util Stka
Net rh*nre_ - .5 .3 .3 .4
Today noon 04.1 35.t 4*3.4 60.4
free, dty _ 03.6 34.0 4-1.1 66.ll
Week tto _06.» 37.0 43.-? 66.5
Month tto_ 04.11 34.2 43 0 66 1
Tetr tto _ 103,1 45.7 53.1 76.0
1047 high 06.0 36.5 47 3 60.0
1047 low_63.3 37.7 40.6 58.5
BONDS. 30 10 10 10 10 Low
Rtllt Indit. Util Fin. Tleld.
Net change .1 unc unc. unc. unc
Today noon 04 8 103 4 UI5.3 71.3 114.6
Prey. dty 04 7 103.4 105.3 71.3 114.8
Week tio 05.0 103.4 1115.4 73.0 114.8
Month tto 03 2 103.5 105.4 73 4 115.0
rear a-0 101.0 103 0 107.5 78 3 118 i
1047 high 07.1 104 3 105.7 76 6 116.5
1047 low 80.8 103.3 104.0 71.3 114.7
(Compiled by the Associated Preaa.l
Tobacco Markets
VALDOSTA. Ot.. July .11 ^..—Insuf
ficient sets of buyers have caused the
closing of two of the Oe©r**t-F:orids j
flue-cured tobacco markets.
left reported that effort* were beine mad*!
to resume the auction there Today after;
inspectors were withdrawn yesterday by j
the Commodity Credit Corn
The same situation existed at Claxton.
Ga . where the CCC notified sryaders
stand by until the end of the week to:
determine if more buyers would be avail-i
ible.
Prices throughout the belt were lr-,
regular yesterday. Most leaf grades, ex
sept those of green color, gained from
*J to *4 per hundred pounds. Green leaf
was off in most tnatances *1 to S3.
Cutter* were reported mostly steady to
12 higher and lug* fluctuated gs much
is M._
Dividends Announced
NEW YORK. July 31 UPi.—Dividenda de
clared:
Pe- Stock of Pay
Rate. rlod. record, able.
Extra.
Signal Oil A Ga* AAB 6<tc B-l B-l5
Stetk.
dagnavox Co. 200 .. #-l 10-1
Keg alar.
4m Inve«t 111 _,24>c Q 8-IS 8-1
Delaware A Hudson *1 Q 8-28 8-20
Fitzsimmons A CDD 2Sc 8-21 B-l
Lake Shore Mines Ltd 18e Q 8-IS B-l6
Lord A Taylor . *2 0 8-11 10-1
tail Malleaole A Stl ,16c 8-15 8-8
9 J Zinc_ , 50e _ _ 8-20 p-10
Clipper! J _28c 8-15 B-l
Simplicity Pattern,,, loe Q fl-10 9-24
ftfestinghouse Elec 28e , 8-11 8-20
WcstTgeo Chlor Prod 36e / 8-11 B-2
Ions Ga* Util 12V4C G 8-11 8-15
jrumman Air Bng_.Sl.60-, 8-11 8-21
nland Steel _50c . 8-14 fl-2
>ne Star Gas_25c Q 8-22 B-*
dagnavox Co 25c Q 8-26 9-15
Signal on A Gat AAB 60c Q B-l 9-15
Jnlt Specialties_25c_8-12 8-21
Foreign Exchange
NEW YORK. July 31 Foreign ex
ihxnge rates fellow 'Great Britain In.
lollars. other* In cental: a
Canadian dollar In New York open mar
tet. 81* per cent discount or 91.81% U. 8
:ents. up x* of a cent.
Europe: Great ritaln. 4.02*., un-,
hanged: Prance (frand. .84'< of a cent.,
mchanged: Sweden (kronen 21.86. un-'
hanged: Swltgerlgnd (frmncl (commer-i
del i. 23.40. unchanged.
Latin America: Argentina, tree, 24 -6.
ip .06 of a cent; Brazil, fret. 6.S0. «n
htnged: Mexico. 20.82. ^changed.
Bricker Steps Aside
For Taft as Ohioans
Prepare Campaign
fty thm Aft»ociot*d Press
COLUMBUS. Ohio, July 31.—
Senator Taft today had the right
of way from his junior colleague,
Senator Bricker,. 1944 vice presiden
tial nominee, to seek the 1948 Re
publican presidential nomination.
Senator Bricker officially stepped
out of Senator Taft’s path on the eve
of a mammoth Ohio GOP rally
that State political observers were
certain would launch a Taft-for
President campaign on a "favorite
son” basis today.
The man who campaigned with
Gov. Dewey against the late Presi
dent Roosevelt three years ago.
stated definitely he was not running
for anything in 1948. The announce
ment came as no surprise here since
Senator Bricker'* position with re
spect to any Taft presidential as
pirations had been rumored for
some time.
Will Delay Announcement.
State Dartv leaders forecast that.
unanimous indorsement for Taft's
candidacy would come from a noon
meeting of the 44-member GOP
State Committee and a separate
conference of the State's Repub
lican delegation in Congress.
Senator Taft will withhold a def
inite announcement about his can
didacy until he returns from a sen
timenU-sounding West-East speak
ing trip in the fall.
However, party chiefs and news
papermen who talked with him
after he arrived last night had lit
tle doubt that his answer would be 1
“I'm in the race.”
Under State law, candidates for:
delegate to the national convention
must file 60 days before the pri-1
mary, May 4, 1948. Besides stat-;
ing their first and second choices
they also must have the written con
sent of the presidential candidate
they wish to support.'
Senator Taft's associates expect I
his announcement some time, after
this November's Ohio municipal
elections because that is the time
delegate candidates start forming a
slate.
Taft Will Broadcast.
Tonight’s big Taft rally will be
topped off with a "recognition din
ner” for State representatives in
Congress and the State legislature.;
Senator Taft will speak 30 minutes
on the record of the recent session
of Congress. The talk will be broad-1
cast over 250 stations.
Approximately 1.270 have made
reservations including Republican
leaders from Indiana. Pennsylvania,!
Illinois, Minnesota, Michigan and
Tennessee.
Senator Bricker took the initial
play away from the State commit-1
;ee which hrad advertised the Taft I
___ —_ij i__nr _ 4
nssuau wv S'V u vti *« w wunj «->
round of meetings.
Senator Bricker said that he had
:old Senator Taft as far back as last
December that he would gladly step
aside for him in 1948 as Senator
raft did for him in 1944. He said
Senator Taft then advised a delay
in the announcement until after
Congress adjourned but last week
told, him h* would ga,West .in -Sep
tember and might hive something
to say about 1948 on his return.
Will Work in CarapaJgjji,
“I told Taft 1 would do any
thing I could in the campaign for
him,” said Senator Bricker.
“Is this an unqualified indorse-1
ment?” a reported asked.
"Oh, sure,” Senator Bricker re
plied.
“Does this completely remove you
from the picture in 1948?”
“It doesn't remove me because
I've never been in. I've never had
my idea of being a candidate.”
That goes for the vice presiden
tial nomination, too. Senator Bricker
added.
Asked if he would decline the
presidential nomination if a dead-;
lock developed between Senator Tafi
and Gov. Dewey and the conven
tion beckoned his way, the former
three-term Ohio Governor smiled
and answered:
“No man who loves his country,
believes in representative govern
ment and believes in the principles
of his party would do that unless
be had personal reasons. I don't
anticipate anything like that ever!
happening.’
At Flint. Mich., last night, Gov.!
Dewey’s only comment on the;
Hit', ■" L -.!■=
Bricker move was an "I’m sur
prised.” 0
Ohio will have 53 delegates to
the Republican National Conven
tion next June. State leaders said
all will be “solid" for Senator Taft.
They are making no claims ga ~et
on other State delegations.
Artemus Ward Pen Name
Artemus Ward was the pen
name of Charles Farrar Browne,
humorous writer, who was a na
tive of Maine.
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1001 15th St. N.W. NAtionol 8100
I tj when you save money here I
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II ment of Columbia Federal assures you I
maximum protection. This institution f
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llllilv association to provide the benefits of *
Federal Insurance on savings up to
W $5,000. Dependable'dividends-are paid
S you twice a year here. |
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iiBaii nviau icfitmti welcome. SSJt
open until 530 P M, Friday. Cloaed Saturday I
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