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Stock Market Scores
Selective Advance
In Brisk Trading
By Victor Eubank
Associated Pros* Financial Writer
NEW YORK, Dec. 20 —The stock
market today emerged from another
recovery week with the fastest Sat
urday upswing in eight months, al
though strength was selective and
many pivotals exhibited rising re
luctance.
Throughout the week tax selling
caused frequent stumbles, but re
investment demand was an impor
tant offset. Professionals still ac
counted for much of the buying,
which was based partly on hopes for
a substantial year-end rally.
The list enjoyed a last-minute
bulge Friday when the President an
nounced a $17,000,000,000 European
aid program. Prospects of heavy
foreign spending bolstered numer
ous issues in the final proceedings
Rails continued to sprint on good
income statements and expectations
of rate boosts. Oils led the push in
the short stretch, buoyed by mount
ing prices and demand in this field
Reach New 1947 Peaks.
Touching 1947 highs on the day
were Amerada Petroleum, which fin
up 1% at 105; Ohio Oil, up 1% at
33?*; Texas Gulf Producing, up 74
at 22%, and Chicago Corp.. up % at
1271 •
Ahead a point or more were
Skelly Oil at 1087*, Pacific Western
Oil. 54s.; Youngstown Sheet, 79;
Nickel Plate Railway, 4774; Santa
Fe, 90; Southern Pacific, 48*i;
Southern Railway, 40; Great North
ern Railway, 3974: Union Pacific
157%; Standard Oil of New Jersey
78%; Chrysler, 6474; Studebaker
2174; Allied Chemical, 187%, and
Douglas Aircraft, 4974.
On the day’s losing end were
Wool worth, Spiegel, International
Harvester, International Nickel,
American Can, American Tobacco
"B," New York Central and Para
mount Pictures.
Activity was pronounced in the
concluding Saturday hour with 560,
000 shares appearing. For the two
hours the total was 800,000, a top for
any short session since the market
hit the year’s average low last May
17. It compared with 560,000 a
week ago. Activity exceeded the
million mark in each of the week’s
full sessions. For the six days the
aggregate of 6,941,581 shares stacked
up against 5,910,841 last week and
was the largest since the week ended
October 25.
The Associated Press 60-stock
composite was up .6 of a point at
65.4, widest Saturday advance since
last April 19. It was a high since
November 21. On the week the gain
was 1.2 points. The market was the
broadest two-hour session since May
17. Of 864 issues registering, 522
rose and 167 fell.
Gain on Curb Market.
Forward curb leaners for the day
Included Creole Petroleum, Woodley
Petroleum, Kaiser-Frazer, Louisiana
Land, Pantepec Oil and Salt Dome
Oil. Backward were New England
Telephone, American Gas, United
Shoe Machinery and Aluminum of
America. Turnover here was 190,000
shares versus 160,000 last Saturday.
On Monday the big board made
It eight successive sessions without
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In the last week, stocks and
bonds both improved. Com
modities declined. _
an average loss on 1,430,000 shares,
best of the week and a maximum
since October 24. There were scant
repercussions from the defeat of the
Republican deflation bill in the
House, but profit cashing by quick
turn traders stalled many issues.
The list ran into offerings Tuesday
and showed an average loss on 1,
080,000 shares. It was the first dip
j since the relapse of December 5.
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I and foreign affairs trimmed ac
! counts.
The market returned to the up
side Wednesday on 1.230.000 shares,
with rails climbing in response to
rate hopes and growing operating
revenues. There was another set
back Thursday on 1,130,000 shares,
with adjustment of accounts for
income tax purposes receiving the
principal blame. The advance was
resumed Friday on 1,240,000 shares.
Passage by Congress of the bill to
restrain living costs was uninspir
ing trendwise, but the big White
House foreign relief plan brought a
late upsurge. Five Stock Exchange
seats sold during the week at prices
ranging from $55,000 to $58,000, with
the latter quotation recorded Friday.
Tobacco Markets
RALEIGH, N. C, Dec 20 Mb —Old
belt tobacco markets today betan an ex
tended Christmas holiday period with
only nine of the markets expected to
reopen January S.
Yesterday saw the end of the sales
season for the middle fiue-eured tobacco
belt. Through Thursday sales on the
belt totaled 174.865,412 pound! for an
average of *42.24 per hundred.
Only three old belt markets operated
yesterday.
LOUISVILLE. Ky., Dec. 20 Mb.—Burley
tobacco sold on Kentucky markets yes
tetdav for a State-wide average price of
*40.63, the State Department of Agricul
ture reported. It was the first time in
two weeks the average fell below *50
Sales on 24 markets totaled 10,724.271
pounds. Growers received $5,322,100.18.
The average was 48 cents under the pre
vious day’s mark. Fourteen markets
showed price declines. Highest average
of the day was reported from Richmond,
$52.72.
Before yesterday, there had been nine
consecutive days on which a State-wide
average in excess of *50 was reported.
The sales centers will remain closed
for the Christmas holidays and are sched
uled to reopen on January 5.
New York Cotton
NEW YORK. Dec. 20 Mb.—Cotton fu
tures were steady today. Traders were
inclined to await fresh developments from
Washington on price controls and long
term aid to Europe.
Textile mill and New Orleans buying
was in sufficient volume to absorb profit
taking. . . , ., .
Futures closed 70 cents a bale higher
to 40 lower than the previous close.
Open High Low Last
March 35.87 35.05 35.78 36.83-86
May - 35.60 35.70 35.49 35.55
July 34.54 34.60 34.38 34.38-44
October 31.67 31.61 31.53 31.54
December 30.85 31.00 30.85 30.08-31
March 30.68 30.70 30.68 30.68-70
IWEEKLY SUMMARY OF THE NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE
WEEK ENDING SATURDAY. DECEMBER 20, 194
Quotations furnished br the Associated Press.
1947 Stock and Sales— Net
Hl*h. Low dlT. rate. Add 00. Blkb. -Low. close, ehss
87V* 66+ ABBOTT LAB2a 30 77 75+ 7*++ 4
10+ 6+ A C P-Brlll Mot 72 7+ 6+ 7 +4
60 43+ Acme Steel 4a . 15 544* 51 534k-IV
18+ 13+ Adams Exp .86* 50 17+ 16% 17++ 4
40+ 30+ Addressos-M 2a xl2 36+ 35+ 36++ 4
10+ 6 Admiral Cp%« 23 8+ 7+ 0+- V
38% 25+ Air Reduction 1 235 27+ 25% 264k- V
6+ 3+ Alaska Juneau 38 4 3+ 4 + V
31+ 16+Aldenslne 1 Vi . 31 18+ 17 10++1V
102+ 76+ tAldens pf 4 V. 30 76+ 76+ 76+-6V
5+ 2+ Alleehanr Coro 205 3+ 3+ 3++ V
44 25+ Allecbanr of 56 41% 3* 41%+24|
76+ 56 AUeshanr or of 10 71+ 71 71++ V
48+ 27+ Alle* Lud Stl 2* 127 31+ 29+ 31++2
12+ 10+ Allen Indust V«h 15 11+ 10+ 11 - V
202 164 Allied C&Dye 6a 29 188 185 187+-1V
36+ 29+ Allied Mills S* 19 34+ 32+ 34++14
39+ 30 Allied Strs 3 *175 32+ 31+ 32 +2
42+ 30+ Allis Chaim 1 80141 40+ 38+ 40++2V
99% 91 Allis ChM pf 3% 15 95 93+ 94++ V
35 24% Alpha P Cm 2* 9 32+ 31+ 32++1V
8+ 5+ Amal Leath .65* 21 6+ 6 6++ 41
100 73 Amerada Pet 2a 64 100 92+ 100 +8
50+ 34+ Am Acricul 3a 10 50+ 49+ 50++ M
11+ 7 Am Airlines 521 8 7+ 7%- VI
80 52+ Am Alrl pf 3% 95 55+ 53+ 55++ VI
31 20+ AmBankN 1.80a 33 22+ 21+ 21%+ *
77+ 66+ tAm Bnk Nt pf3 90 67+ 66+ 67+-1V
17+ 9 Am Bosch Vi* 1* 11% 11+ H4k+ 41
50 36 AmBrk8h 2.40* 33 40+ 40 40++ Vi
7+ 3% Am Cable A Rad 250 4% 4+ 4%+ *
99 78+ Am Can a 116 80+ 78+ 78+-2
196+173 tAm Can pf 7 xlllO 176+ 173 173 -2
54% 36 Am Car&Fdr 3c 43 43+ 42 43 +1VI
28+ 20+ Am ChACbl 1.40 42 22+ 21+ 224k+ Vi
56 47+Am Chicle 2a 14 61+ 50 51 +1
26+ 19 Am Coltrp 1.20a 8 20+ 19+ 20++14I
102 89 tAmCrvstl pf4V4370 90 89 90 + Vi
48+ 38+ AmCranamld la 169 40+ 38% 39+— Vi
118+ 101+ AmCyamidS+Pf 54 105% 103 105++2V
46 25+ Am Distillers 2a 24 30+ 29+ 30 + *
6+ 3+ Am Encaustic 23 5+ 5 S4k+ 4i
17+ 13 Am Europ 1.96* 31 16 15 16+41
20+ 16 Am Export L2_ 23 17+ 16+ 16+- +
6+ 2 Am & Pro Pwr 255 2+ 2+ 2+
115+ 86 Am&FP $7pf 7k 23 91+ 88 89+-1
101+ 75 Am&PP I6pf 6k 21 78+ 76VW77++ Vi
25+ 7+ Am A P P 2d pf 92 8% 7% 8+— M
42+ 37 Am-Haw SS 8 _ 21 40+ 36 40++2V
9+ 5+AmHide * L Vi* 53 7+ 7 7%- +
34+ 22% Am Home 1.20 123 24% 23+ 24%+14i
o Am ice .ou *' ' ’ "
13 9% Amlnternat .55* 3 12 11% 12 + M
30% 18% Am Loco 1.40 ...175 21% 20% 21%+ Vi
28% 18% Am Ma & f'J 80 100 20% 19% 20%+ Vi
101 83% tAmM&F P13.90420 83% 83% 83%-lVS
13% 7% Am Mach* Met 28 * 7% 8 - Vi
32% 25% Am Metal 2>/«* 38 27% 26% 27%+ M
147 127 *Am Metals ptfl 230 130% 127 129 +1V4
14% 9 AmMolasses .70**12 9% 9 9%+ Vi
39V* 28% AmNewsCo 1 %a 14 33 32% 32%+ W
16% 7 Am Powei * Lt 178 8% 8 8%
129% 85 Am P&L $fipf6k 65 93% 89% 91%-lVt
117% 76% Am PAL Sopfbk 76 83% 79% 82%- %
17 11% Am Radiator 1* 231 15 14% 14%- %
183 173 tAm Rad&S Pf7 90 174% 173 173 -21*
37% 24% Am Roll Mill 2b 181 37% 35% 37%+1%
109% 99 tAmRM p14% 440 101 100 101 + V»
16% 9% Am Safe Ran la 36 11% 10% 10%- %
22% 15% Am Seating If 12 17% 16*/* 17 + %
■ 70% 48»/« Am Smeltln* 5b 76 59% 36% 57%-l
172 142 tAm S & R Pf 7 910 150 147% 149 + %
40 32% Am Snuff 2 9 33% 32% 33%- %
37 25% Am Stl Found 2 48 29% 28*% 28%+ %
26% 23% Am Stores 1.40a 5 25 24% 24%+ %
29% 21 Am Stove 1.45* 6 22% 22% 22%-%
47% 34 Am Sugar Ref 4 -46 47% 45% ?5%+ %
20 18% AmSumat Tob 2 14 20 1* 19 - %
174% 149% Am Tel & Tel 9 257 151 150% 150%- %
82% 62 Am Tobacco 3a 43 68 66 66%+ %
84% 61% Am Tob (B) 3a 97 68% 66% *?*+!,.
163% 140 tAm Tob pf 6 10 *44 141 141%—2%
58% 41% Am Viscose 2a . x51 56% 54 56%+2>/4
120% 116% TAm Viscose pf5 660 119% 118 118%
8% 8% Am Wate- Wks 82 8% 8% 8%
16% 15% Am W W & Kec 161 16% 15% 16%- %
50% 26% Am Woolen 10*- 94 <5% 43% 43%- %
10% 5% Am Zinc .20* 38 6% 6% 6%
42 30% Anacon Cop 3* 182 35% 34% 35 + %
82 45% tAn W&C 12%* 2180 75% 71 75%+*%
51 35 Anchor Hock 2 x45 36 35 35%+ %
24% 14% Ander-Pnch O 1 125 24% 22% 24%+1%
6% 3% A P W Prod Vs* - 32 5% 4% 5%+l
39% 30 Arch-D-M la 24 35% 34% 34%- %
15% 9% Armour&Col.20x263 14% 13% 14%
130% 103% Armour pr pf (i 14 106% 1°* +
55 38% ArmstCork2.60* 35 50 48% 4p%+_%
110 91%tArmstrn*Pf0:*i420 94 91% 92 -5%
19 14 Arnold Const Via S 15 14% 14%+ %
17% 10% Artloom Corp la 11 15 14% 1*%+ %
20% 13% Assd DryG 1.60 45 15% 14% 15%+ %
132% 99 tAsso D G 1st 6 880 102 100% 102 + %
134 99 tAsso D G 2nd 7 690 100% 99% 99%-l%
34 25% Assoc Inv 1.80 32 26% 25% 26 -%
99 66 Atch T * S F 6 150 90 84% 90 +4%
112 100 Aten T&SF of fi 23 101% 100*% 100%- %
18% 10% ATF Inc 1* 34 16% 15% 16%+1%
59 40% Atl Coast ulne 4 50 50 47% 50 +3
39% 31% Atl Refinin* 1 %135 37% 34% Sa?**
113% 105 tAtl Refln pf A 4 510 110 107 108 +1
105% 92% tAtl Ref pfB33i 650 95 92% »2%-2 _
26% 21% Atlas Corp 1.60 35 22»% 22 ??*++?*
73 57 tAtlasPwdr 2Va*6iO 67% 64% 65+1%
12% 5% Austin Nichols 28 6% 6% 6%+ %
29% 17% Autocar Co 2 . *5 18% 17% 18%- %
27% 15% Auto Canteen 1 36 16% 16% 16%
7% 4% Avco Mf* .30* 258 5% 4% 5
49 36% Avco Mf* Pf 2V* 28 38V* 37% 37%- %
16 13% BABBITT 1.20a 14 14*/* 13% 13%- %
t*u 14% Baldwin Loco 1*218 15% 14% 15%- %
16% 7% Balt k Ohio 262 12% 11'/. lf1«T
25% 11% balto A Ohio pf 149 20% 16 20 +2 *
16% 9% Bangor&Arostk 11 14 13% 13%+ %
55% 42% BarberAsph 1J<« 12 46% 44% 45%- %
26% 18 BarkerBros l**ax23 26 24% 24%+l%
54% 45% iBarker pf 2Y. x230 46 45% 45%-2
37% 20% Barnsdall Oil lal«l 37% 36% 37%+ A
19% 8% Bath Iron Wks 71 10 9% 9%
62 37% Beatrice Pds 3a. 15 39% 37% »%+2 %
110% 86% tBeat Pds pf3V* 50 90 86% 86%-3%
20% 18 Beaunlt Mill. 2_ 14 18*/* 18 18%+ M
12 5% Beech Aircraft 41 9 8% 9 + %
39% 30% Beech-Nut 1.60a 28 35% 33 34%+l
18% 12% Belding-Bem 1 12 16% 15% 16%+ %
18% 10% Bell Aircraft lg 23 15% 15 15 - %
34% 18% BellfcHowell Via 11 23 22 22 — %
39% 28 BenrflX Avlat 2 110 31% 29% 30%
25% 17% BndixHome l' ia 60 21% 20% 21%+ %
28% 21% Benef Ind 1.20a 24 24*/* 23% *3%- %
103% 77% Benef In L pf3’/« 10 80 77% 78*%-l%
35% 24% Best* CO 2a — 26 26% 25% *5%+%
32% 19% Beat Pood* 2— 72 32 28% 32 +4%
105 76% Beth Steel 6 188 109 99% “*+*S
150 136% Beth Steel pf 7 7 139 137% 137%-1%
66 46% Blgelow-Sanf 4 8 64 63 63%+ %
18% 14 BrmnghmE 1.20x11 14% 14 14 + %
36 25 Black&Deck 2a 7 29% 28% *8%-%
20% 12% Blaw-Kx 1.10g. 64 15% 16% 15%+ %
18% 14 BlissALaug ls/.gx 7 18% 17 17 - %
35% 18% Bliss E W 2a- 27 32% 30% 31%-%
24% 14% boelng Air lg.. 84 23% 22% 23%+l
39 29% Bohn Alum 1 . 46 32% 30% 32%+l%
116 90 tBon Ami A 4a 210 94 90 ®l,.t4,.
35% 25 Bond Stores 2 58 26 25% 23%+ %
49% 38% Borden Co 2.5Sg 65 42% 41% 42
33 37% Borg-Wamer 3a 34 54% 32 54 +1%
13% 7% Branifl Air 69 7% 7H 7%- %
18% 9% Bridgept Brass. 104 10% 10 10%+ %
40% 30 Briggs Manfa 2 54 32% 31% 32%+ %
31% 23% BriggsAStra la 17 28% 27% 28%+ %
63 30% Bristol-M l.OOg 49 35% 33% 33%
109% 94% tBristl-M pf 3% 410 96 94% 94%-5
28% 16 BklynUGasl.20g 38 17 16% 1M+- %
27*/* 20% Bruns-Balk l«*,«g 16 21 *0% 20%- %
20% 13% Bucyrus-Er l‘/sg 60 20% 19% 20%+%
14% 9 Budd Co ,10g - .163 10% 10% 10%+ %
86*/. 70 rBudd Co PI 6 380 72 70% 71 + %
37% 25% Buff Porg 4.45g x 6 36% 33% 35%+%
102% 85 Buf NgEpla.e«xl3 88 85 85
23% 14% Bullard Co Via. xl9 19% 18 19 +1%
38% 26 Bulova Wtch 3a xl5 37% 35% 36%+%
22% 14 Burling Mills lallS ■ 21% 20% 20%
104% 65% tBurllng M pf 4 280 92% 85% 85%-6%
16% 12% Burr Add M ,60a 77 13% 14% 14%- %
9% • Bush Term 35g 48 9% 8% 9%+ %
24% 11 Butler Bros_ 61 13% 11% 12%+ %
108*/* 82 tButierBropfdV* 90 86% 82 82 -5
6 3 Butte CAZ .15 3% 3% 3%
22% 13% Byers AM Vag.- 18 19 18% 18%
27% 19 Byron Jn 1.40a- 8 26% 26 26%+ %
34*/i 24% CAL PACK IV* 22 34 33 33 -1%
3% 1% Callahan Zinc 42 2 1% 1%- %
8% 6*/. CalUmt&H .BOg. 56 7% 7% 7%+ %
34% 21% Campb Wy 2*/ig H 30% 29% 30%
17% 12% Can Dry GA .00 69 1«% 14% 14%+ %
132 110 rcau Dry Pi 4V« 750 114% 111% 114%+2%
48% 38 tcanada Sou 3 230 42% 39% 41 +3
15% 9% Canad PaclV.g 486 11% J0% 11%+1
47% 33% Cannon Mills lh 7 47% 44 44 -a
128 102 TCaro C A O 6 190 108 106 106 +2
39% 27% Caro Pwr A U 2 47 29% 27% 27%-l%
50% 36 Carpenter Stl 3g 11 39 38 39
21% 12% carrier Corp 76 18 17% 18 +1
45 39% CarrierCorp pf2 23 43 41 42
7% 6 Carr&Gen ,20a x 9 6% 6% 6%+ %
47 29% CtseJI Co 1.60a 75 47 43% 47 +3%
64 49% CaterpUlr Tr 3 58 59% 55% 5»%+4%
28% 17% Celanesa 1.30g . 194 20% 26% 28%+l%
1 07a r.Uiav iLu (i 27 2644— Vb
21% 19% Celotex Co pf 1 1* 20 19% 19%- %
22% 18% Cen Aculr l.BOa *6 18% 18% 18%+ %
14% 7% cent Fndry V«g 21 9% 8% 8%- %
10% 7% CentHudGas .52 41 7% 7% 7%+ %
116 101 tCen 111 Lt Pf4%xl30 102 101 101 +1%
12% 4% Cent RR N J • 16 8% 7% 8%+ %
16% 12% Cen Vi Su 1 Vih 10 13% 13% 13%-%
39% 22% Cerro de Pas 2 . 82 27% 26% 27%+ %
21% 11% Certn-tdPd 60ax71 17% 16% 17 + %
27 19% Champ P *F la 192 22% 21% 21%+ %
20% 10% Checker Cab 29 14% 13 14%+1%
34% 40% Che* A Ohio 3b.207 43% 42% 43%+1%
102% 89% C AO pi 3 % — 20 88% 86% 86%-3%
12% 6% Chi Corp .40 _ .. 806 12% 9% 12%+3
7% 3% Chi & E 111 24 4% 4% 4%+ %
12% 5% Chi A F, 111 A 45 9 8 8%+ %
8% 4% Chi Great Westn 16 5% 5% 5%- %
15% 8% Chi art West pi 43 12 11% 12 + %
10% 3% Chi Ind A L A.. 61 7 % 6%+%
6% 2% Chi Ind ALB-. «7 3% 3% 3%- %
14% 6% Chi M SPAPic 306 9 8% 9 + %
38% 23% CM8PAP Pf7*4c 162 - 34% 30% 34%+3%
27% 13% Chi A N W %* 142 16% 14% 16%+2%
53% 33% Chi A N W pf 6 . 89 36% 34% 35%+ %
34% 20% Chi Pneu T 3 *4* x34 33 31% 32%
7% 4% Childs Co . 20 4% 4% 4%+ %
66% 56% Chrysler 4 298 64% 62 64%+l%
29% 23 Cln OAK 1.40 84 25% 24% 24%+ %
111 103% Cin GasAE pf 4 1 96 96 69 -6%
28 21% Cln Mill M 140 32 24 23% 23%+ %
48% 37% C I T Pinance 2 193 39% 38% 39%+1%
20% 12% City Stores 1.20 36 15% 15% 15%
43% 34% CleveBlecIllum'J 98 37% 35% 37%+l%
115% 107% tciee I 111 of 4*4320 108% 107% 108%+ %
35% 27% ClevGraph 1.60a 27 30% 29% 30%+ %
24% 14% CllmaxMol 120 134 16% 15 15%+%
48% 34 Cluett Pbody 3C S6 36% 35% 35%+l%
91% 91% Cluett 2nd pf 4. 1 91% 91% 91%
191% 141 coca Cola 3a «181 173 181 + 10
96 33 OolcaU-P-P 2a 50 44 41% 44 + %
105% 88% tColC-P-P Pf3*4 640 90% 88% 90
46 23% Collins A Aik la 43 26% 24% 25%+l
22% 18 Colonial Mills lb 19 19% 18% 19 + %
18 12 Col Fuel A Ir 1 88 16% 15% 16 + %
20% 16% col Fuel&Ir pf 1 18 18 17% 17%+ %
17% 8 'Colo A South 640 12% 12 12%+ %
17% 9% 'Col * 8 I »t Dt 970 13% 12 12%+ %
16% 8 tColASouth 2pf * 13% 12% 1J%+1
32% 21% Co! Best A 2.10* 27 24% 23% 24
32% 21% Col Best B 2.10* 23 23% 22% 23 - %
12% 10 Col GasAEl ,00a 253 12 11% 12 + %
22% 13 Columb Plct lb 54 13% 13 13%+ %
39% 30% ColumCarbon 2a 31 35 34 35 + %
90 37% ColASOhE 2 85* 33 40 37% 38 -1
48% 36 Coml Credit 2a 76 42% 40% 41%+l%
115% 90 tComl C pf :».60 2080 92% 90 92 +1%
26% 20% Coml Solv 1 Vat 59 22% 21% 22 - %
33% 25% ComwltbKd 1 40297 26% 29% 26%- %
4 2% comwlth A Sou 483 2% 2% 2%-%
123% 96% ComASo pf 12k 49 98% 96% 98%+l%
14% 8% conde Nast 1 15 11% 10% 11%+1%
33% 23% Ooncoleum-N la 20 31% 30% 31%+ %
7 4% Cons Cop .85* 92 9% 9 *%+ %
29% II Con* Bdll 1.60.374 21% 21% 21%+ %
1 108% 104% con* EdiS Pf B 29 109% 104% 109%+ u
20% 11% Cons Grocers 1 30 18 17 17 —1
94% 40% Cons Nat Gas 2 91 90% 49% 50 - M
. 30 17 Cons RRCnba of 60 29% 24 24%- '/,
i 17% 10% Cons Vnltee 161 13% 12% 13%+ M
, 38% 30 Centum Tot! 26 32% 31% 31%- M
, 114% 100% tContumP of4%1320 102 100% 100%- M
, 48 32% ContainerC 4%*x48 42% 41% 42 + u.
, 20% 12 Cont Bakin* I 66 12% 12 12%
i 44% 30% Cont Can 1%* 230 34 32 32%-%
1 99% 44 Cont Insnrne* 2 31 94 90% 94 +2%
, 12% 6% Cont Motors 190 8% 7% 8%+ M
1 90% 39 Con toil Del 2%*202 54% 90% 54%+3%
1 19 14% Conti 8tee! la 15 16% 19% 16%+ %
> 271/4 12% Cooper-Bess 1 x37 25% 24% 25 + M
1 17% 12% CopprwMStl 80 35 13% 13 13%- M
, 61 52 tCornExch 2 80 520 54% 53 93 - M
75% 61% Corn Prods 3.80 42 65% 64% 65
, 195 174 tCorn Prod pf 7 7 178% 175% 177%+l>/i
1 20% 12% Coraell-D B .80 68 14 13% 13%
> 32% 18% CornincGlass %xl67 20% 18% 20%+%
105% 88% tCorn Ols pf 3'4x230 90 88% 86%-5%
1 105% 88 tCornGl pf3'4n x350 91 88 91 -5%
8% 4% Cotj Inc .20*.. 57 5 4% 5 + %
1 4% 2% Coty Int .20* 17 3 2% 2%
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43V* 34% pac Gas A Elc 2 105 35% 34% 35%+ %
62% 50% Pac Llgntin* 3 14 52% 51 51 -1%
39% 25% Pac Mills 3b_ 17 36 35 35%+ %
7 3% Pac Tin Cons _ 194 6 4% 5%+l%
59% 21%'Pae WestOll %* 58 57% 53 54%+%
7% 4% Packard M .15* 461 5 4% 5 + %
147* 8% Pan AmAirw +4*478 9% 8% 9%+ %
18 13 Pan Am Pet Va* 7 17% 16% 16%+ %
35 40% Panh E P L 3 ..32 34 50% 34 +1%
9% 3% Panh PAR .15* 370 6% 7% 6%+ %
32% 19% Param Piet 2 — 730 22% 21 21%+%
53% 37 ParkATillord 3. 6 42 41% 41%- %
4% 2 Park Utah C M 44 2% 2% 2%+ %
43 33% Parke Davisl.00 41 35% 33% 34%- %
34% 28% Parker Rust 2 Vi 4 29% 29 29 - %
14% 7V* Parm Trans .80 15 7% 7% 7%+ %
15% 8% Patino Mine %* 168 12% 10% ll%+2%
38% 32% Pen&Ford 2.80h 9 36% 34% 36%+2%
48% 38% Penney IJC> 2ax56 42% 41% 42%- %
15% 5% 'enn-Cent Alrl 95 6% 6 6%- %
16% 7 PennCoalAC ViK 8 14% 13 14%+i
24% 13% Penn Dix C 1+4* 53 19 17% 18%+1%
22 18 Penn PAL 1.20 195 18% 18 18%- %
26% 15% Penn R R ’*« 819 18% 17% 18 +1%
51% 38 Penn 8alt 1.80* 12 48% 46% 46%-%
L18% 111 tPenn Sait pi3Vi4»0 116% 115% 115%
101% 81% Peoples GL5%*x 4 88% 86% 86%-%
22 6 Peoria A East 12 13% 12% 13%+1
34% 22% Pepsi-Cola 70a 337 24% 23% 24%+l%
11% 8% Petrol Corp .60* 55 11% 10% 11%+ %
18 13% PfelfferB'rew la 6 15% 14% 14%- %
62% 37 Pfizer CACo 2a 81 57 50% 57 +7
48% 36% PhelM D* 4.20* 162 48% 46% 48%+2
59 49ft rFhlUCoO Piaoso 92 5Zft+ ft
27ft 21ft Phlla Elec 1.20 140 22ft 22 22ft+ ft
L09ft 95 Phil Ilec Df3.80 7 97 95 95 -5
29ft 24 Phlla K1 SI Bl 1 20 25ft 24 24 - ft
16ft 10ft Fhil&Rd* C&I 3 50 15 14ft 15 + ft
35ft 21 Phllco Crp 1 Vi* 67 JSft 33 J4ft+lft
43ft 25 Philip Mor lfta 229 26ft 26 26ft+ ft
.09 93ft Phil Morris Of 4 6 94ft 93ft 94 -2ft
43 21 Phll-Jones lg_. 6 43 40 40ft-lft
63ft 50ft Phillips Petrol 3 396 62ft 59ft 62ft+4ft
38ft 30ft Piilsbury Mills 2 7 35 34ft 34ft- ft
16ft 10 PlttCok&Ch 60c 16 14ft 14 14ft + ft
32 .18ft Pitt Con Coal 2 . 45 31ft 30ft 31ft+lft
42ft 32ft Pitt PI Qlsl.70g 79 40ft 39 40 +lft
10ft 7 PlttScr&Bolt 1* 24 9ft 9 9ft* ft
14ft 8ft Plus Steel 72 14ft 13ft 14V»+lft
93ft 59V« tPlttSt»%pf%k 1430 89ft #7 89ft+J
20ft 10ft Puts * WVi 13 20 19ft 19ft- ft
38ft 17ft Pittson dt Co 3 . 27 34ft 32ft 34ft+lft
14ft 10 Plough .80 « 10ft 10 lOft-t- ft
34ft 21 Plymouth 011 1 b 135 34ft 32ft 33ft+ ft
35ft 19ft Pond Crk Poc 4g 5 33ft 33 33ft+ ft
19ft lift Poor & Co B la 22 14ft 14 14ft
19ft 13ft Pof Elec Pwr !»(> 14 14ft 13ft 13ft- ft ;
14ft 12ft PotKIPwr wd «0117 13ft lift 13ft- ft
16 9 preasea Stl Car 133 lift lift lift- ft
43 33 ft PressStl C p!2V« 8 34ft 33ft 33ft- ft .
71ft 57 Proc & Gam 3a 47 69ft 68 68ft-lft ■
38ft 30ft Pub SvcCol I 65 26 34ft 32ft 34ft+lft
25ft 19ft Pub 3N J 1.40 122 20ft 19ft 20ft+ ft
.30 114 tpub 8 NJ Pi 7 1330 116ft 114 114ft-l
20ft 106 tPub 8 NJ Pf 6 1750 110 107ft 107ft- ft
11 96 tpub 8 NJ Of 6 1500 98ft 96ft 97ft- ft
32ft 15ft Publlcker Ind 120 23ft 21ft 22ft+ ft
02ft 90 tPubllcker 914**920 90ft 90 90 - ft
61ft 51ft Pullman 8g_ 55 54ft 52ft 53
28ft 21ft Pure OU la .-.375 28ft 20ft 28ft+lft
09ft 106ft Pure 011 01 5 a 108 107 107 - ft
36ft 24ft PurityBak 2.40a 11 26ft 25ft 25ft- ft
24ft 20 QUAKER 81*?* 5 24 25ft 24 -ft
10ft 7ft RADIO CRP .30 x360 10 8ft 986* ft .
80ft 68ft Radio 01 aft 15 70ft 68ft «Klft 1
15ft 8ft Radlo-K-0.60 408 9ft 8ft 9
25ft 15 tRR Sec I C Btk 720 23ft 23 2Jft+ ft
41 28ft Ravbestos lija 12 33 31ft 31ft-lft
31ft 17ft Raysnlerlnc *kc 59 30ft 29ft 30 + ft
38ft 33ft Rayonler pf 2 15 35 33ft 33ft-lft
22ft 16ft Reading I 32 19 18ft 18ft+ ft
39 33 Reading 2 pf 2 x 4 35 33ft 3Jft-lft
16ft 11 Reevea Bros 1 ** 13ft 12ft 13ft+ ft
17ft 11 P-.'.Uuce Mfg 1 19 lift lift llft+ ft
17 12ft Remin Band 'ihl68 13ft 12ft 13ft + ft
33ft 24ft Reo Motors 2 V»a 20 30ft 30 30 - ft
9ft 4ft Rep Aviation 92 8ft 7ft 6ft+ ft
8ft 3ft Republic Picture 92 4ft 3ft 4ft+ ft
15ft 10ft Repub Plot pf 1 21 10ft 10ft 10ft+ ft J
30ft 22ft Repub Steel la 329 27ft 26 27ft+lft ,
24ft 14 Revera C & B 1 71 19ft 19ft 19ft* ft i
10 99ft rRev COB Bf 5 V. 70 95 93ft 94 -6 (
lift 6ft Rexsll Drug . 348 7ft 7 7%+ ft <
39 19ft Reynolds M lb x48 23ft 22ft asft+lft '
18ft 9 Remolds Boring 84 10ft 10 10ft+ ftj
50ft 45 tRarnold Tob 2g480 50 50 50
•4ft 36ft Remolds T I 2* 67 40ft 38ft 40ft* ft t
■ 104 87% Reynl T pf 8.40 11 89% 87% 87%-2%
> 29% 19 RheemMft! .60 20 23 22% 22%- %
18 13% Richfield Oil la 61 18 17 17%+%
i 31 23% Ritter Co 2a x 4 26% 24% 25%+ %
> 10% 5% Roan Ant .22* 38 6 5% 6 + %
i 20% 18 RonsonArtl ,20a 5 18% 18 18%+ %
24% 19% RoyalTypel 55* 14 22 21 21
' 68% 42% Ruberold 2%« 18 68 61 67%+7%
i 26% 17% Ruppert J la 21 18% 17% 17%- %
l 26% 20 SAFEWAY ST 1 60 21% 20% 20%+ %
> 55% 40 St Jos Lead 2a 52 44% 42% 44%+ %
i 12% 5% St L San Fran 319 9% 8% 9%+ %
i 37 18 St L SanFran pf 162 37 33% 37 +3%
I 12 9 St Re* Pa .COa 143 10 9% 9%- %
! 11% 7% Savage Arm* It 25 9% 9% 9%+ %
> 55% 23% Sehenley Dlatl 2 265 34 32% 33 + %
i 49% 40% Scott Paper 2 37 45 42% 43 - %
18% 13% Scranton Elec 1 75 14 13% 13%+ %
24% 11% Seab Air L R R 89 17 15% 17 +1%
55 39% SeabALRR pf5* 8 48 46 47 +1%
I.19H 17% Seabrd Fin 1.40 8 18% 17% 17%-%
40 23 Seaboard Oil la 41 40 37% 40 +2%
> 40% 30% Sears Roebck la219 37% 36% 37%+ %
' 16% 11 Seeger Ref .40* *59 12% 11% 12%+ %
16% 6% seiberlin* Rub 42 8** 7% 8%+i%
16% 10% Servel Inc .30* 79 12% 11 11%- %
30% 20% ShamrO&Q 1.20x63 30% 28% 29%+ %
40% 24% Sharon Steel 3 33 36% 34% 36%+2%
33% 18 Sharp At Doh 1 20 24% 24 24%+ %
21% 14% Shattuck FO la 12 15% 15 15.
22 11% SheafferPen.40a 9 12% 11% 12%+ %
34 24% ShellUnOll S‘/4* 136 33 31% 33 +1
9% 6% Sheraton Cp .40 78 6% 6% 6%
6% 4 silver Kin* C 144 5% 5% S%+ %
41 27% Simmons 2%* . 56 35 32% 33%
51 39 Simond 8 3.20* 4 43% 41 43%+3%
i 17 14 Sinclair Oil la 286 17 16% 17:+%
108% 65 Skelly Oil 2%* 31 108% 101 10#%+8%
23 15 Sloas-SStl 1.20* 16 21% 20 21%+1%
62% 38 Smlth(AO) Cp 1 18 60% 59 60%+5%
35% 23% SmithAtCoron 2 4 24% 24% 24%+l
39% 29% SmithASonl.40a 17 37% 36 37 + %
17 13% Soconv-Vac.ROa 490 16% 16% 16%+ %
1 s% 3% Sou AGAtP .20* 84 4% 3% 4%+ %
8% 5% So Caro EAtG % 45 6% 5% 6
56 37% So P Rico Su*4a 28 43 41% 42%+ %
22% 14% SoeastGrey 1.00 26 16% 16% 16%+%
34% 27% SO Cal Edit 1% 50 28% 27% 27%-%
28% 22 SouNatGa* 1 Vab 34 22% 22% 22%- %
48% 34% Southern Pac 4 297 48% 45% 48%+3%
50% 28 Southern Rwy 3171 40 36*% 40 +3%
77 57% South Ry of 6 14 63 60% 62%+2%
Mb. 1« 0_J,.... 1 . 14 IbU 1 .1. tblb- 1/.
7% 4% Sparks Within* 28 5% 4% S
31V* 233* Spenc Kel 1.60a 32 2»V* 28V* 2* + %
24V* 16% Sperry Crp 1>+* x69 23 21% 21%-%
17% 8 Spiegel Inc 128 10% 9k* 10%+ %
90% 71% 'Spiegel pf 4V* 560 73% 72 72
18k* 13% SquareDCo .80* 44 18% 18 18%+ %
45% 27 Souibb&Sons 1 36 30 28% 29 - %
112% 99 ♦Squibb&Sn pf4 160 103 100% 102%+1%
37% 23% Stand Brands 2 325 26V* 25 26%+ %
102 84 stdBrands pf.1% 10 86% 84 84%-2
363* 17% S'd <3*E 54 of 70 24% 22% 23%-l%
114% 81 Std G&ESS Drpf 6 94% 92% 92%-2%
125 89 Std G*E57pr Pf 1* 105 101% 101%-3%
63 50% Std Oil Cal3.20*161 62 60k* 62 +1%
44% 37% Std Oil Ind 1 Via 364 42 39V* 42 +2%
80 63 Std Oil N Jer 4f 323 78% 76% 78%+1%
313* 23% Std OllOhlo l1,* 142 28V* 26V* 2BV*+ %
105 94 std Oil Oh pf.3ki 3 95 94 95 -2
17% 103* Std Stl Sort ki* 83 14% 15** 14%+%
49 41% StdStlSprng pf2 5 44 42% 43 +1
47 37 Starrett L S 3 2 42 41% 41%+2
18 12 SterchiBr St la. 7 14% 14 14%+ %
49 34 sterling Drug 2 70 37% 36 36%+l
104%- 88 SterllngD pf 3% 3 89% 88 89%-l%
363* 30% Stevens J P 2a 51 32% 31% 32 +1
19% 13% StewartWraVia 37 15% 14% 13 + %
24% 14% Btok-VanCam lbx41 19% 18% 18%+ k*
21% 19% Stokley VC nf i xl2 20% 19% 19V*
17 10% Stone* Web It 74 12% 11% 12 + %
25% 16 Studebaker kit *41 21% 19% 21%+1%
15% 10% Sun Chem .60 x43 11% 10k* 10%+ %
75% 51 Sun Oil lb 94 38 53% 38 +4%
12% 7% Sunray Oil Vtb 437 11% 10% 11%+ %
45% 32% Sunshine Blae 3 31 3*% 33% 37%+1%
13% 8% Sunshine M 40 171 11% 9% 11 +1%
24% 17%Superheater la 33 20% 20 20%+ %
152 101% Sup Oil Cal 2t ._ 30 132 143 152 +9
24% 13 Superior Stl la. 18 18% 17% 18%+ %
47 36 Sutherld Pap 2a 6 42 41 42 +1
37% 30% Swift*Co 1.60a 37 35% 34% 35%+l%
27% 21% Swift Inti 1.60 39 22% 21% 21%-%
28% 18% Sylran Elee 1.40104 20 19% 19V*- %
104% 88 tSylvn Elee pf 4x120 90 86 88 -1
10% 5% Symlng-Gld V«g 69 6% 5% 6%+ %
7k* 3% TELAOTOGRPH 13 4% 4 4%
20% 13% Tenn Coro la 6 17% 17% 17%- %
68% 53% Texas Co 3 . 309 60% 58% 60 +1%
22% 10% Tex Gif Pr .70f .x400 22% 18% 22V*+3%
58% 46% Tex Gulf Sul 2a 29 57% 56 56%- k*
47% 21% Tex PaC C&O^l a 125 47% 43% 47 +3V*
34 15% Tex PLT1 ..*fcx 151 34 29% 34 +4V.
58% 41 Tex & Pac Ry 4 9 49 47% 49 +1%
21% 12% Thatcher 80b *7 14% 14 14%+ %
13% 9% ThermoldCo 80 24 10% 9% 9%- V*
14% 6% Third Ave 15 10% 9k* 9k*- V*
24% 16% ThomasSt 1.40a 25 23% 22% 22%+ %
16% 10 ThompJR .90* 7 10% 10% 10%- %
59% 38 Thompson P 3* 35 50 46% 49%+3%
106 86 tTbomp Pr pf 4 4 89 87 87%+l%
7% 3% Thompson-Star 30 4 3% 4 + %
39% 20 Thom Starr of 8 26% 26 26%+ %
25% 18 TideWatOil 1.20155 23k* 23% 23%+ %
1081+ 95% tTide Wat nl3% 560 97 97 97 + %
21% 15% T'mk-D Ax l'/at 70 19% 18% 19k*+l%
43% 40% Timk Weller Sir 28 52% 51% 52%+ k*
15Vi lOVi Tmsamerica Ha 34 1354 13V* 135*+ V*
225* 13V* Trans A W Air 3* 17V* 165* 17V*- V*
20V* 14 T- ansuA.Wl H* 2 17V* 17V* 17>*+1
1 75* 3>* Tri-Con Cp H* 173 65* 6V* 65*+ >/«
1121* 99 tTri-Conll Df 6x310 102V* 1005* 102‘A+25*
15V* 12V* Truax-Traer 1 23 14i* 14V* 14V*- V*
365* 215* Twent C-FOx 3 3 0 7 235* 22** 23V4+1
16 75* Twin City R Tr 14 75* 75* 75*+ V*
51* 30 tTwin Cty pr2V4 410 32 31>* 32 +2
171* 95* Twin Coach 16 15V* 141* 14>*- »*
151* 12 UDYLITE 1.. 8 12V* 12V* 12V*+ V*
58>* 43i* Underwood 4g . 22 52V* 495* 5054- 54
1554 9‘* UnAsb A R .70a 17 11V* 105* 11 + V*
375* 25‘* Union Bag 2a 159 335* 32 33V4+154
1105* 89'* Union Carbide 4106 105 100V4 101 - V*
1065* 91‘A tUnElMo pt3.70 40 91V* 91‘* 91V4-7V4
25 20 Un Oil C 1.10g. 95 S*5 245* 25 + 5*
159 120 Un Pacific 6a 43 157V4 149>* 137'A+B
111 975* Un Paciflc pf 4 5 100 985* 99 -1
385* 30 Un Tank Car 2a 13 345* 3454 3454+ V*
28>* 15V4 Unit Air Lines 311 175* 16Vi 17 - 54
12054 82V* Unit AirLpf 4Vi 20 87 82V* 83 -2
2S>* 1654 UtdAircraft lVag246 25>* 2254 25V4+2
110 102 Utd Aire pi 6 4 104V4 103V4 104 +1
241* 181* Unit Biscuit la_ 14 22V* 21>A 2154- V*
341* 281* unit Carbon 2 . 33 34V* 33 34VA+1V*
S'* 354 Unit Cigar Whal212 454 4 4i*+ 54
83 51i* tUtdCig-Wpf3Vi 250 541* 53 54'*+l
4i* 254 Unit Corp 412 254 25* 2i*
53‘* 41 Unit Corn Df 8 44 43V* 42 42 - '*
Id* 51* United Dyewood 1# 6V4 55* 6>*+ '*
95 651* tutd Dye pfBHk 80 695* 65V* 695*+25*
19i* Hi* utd Elec Coal 1 43 1954 175* 18V* + V*
43V* 33 Utd Eng AFT 2 18 40V* 38V4 40>*+lV*
595* 4454 United Fruit 2a xll 555* 3354 5454+154
241* 2C Ut Gas Im 1 30a 42 21V* » 205* 21
191* 12>* unit MiMIl 78 17 16V* 165*+ ■*
19>* 12 Utd Papbrd l’igx 8 15V* 15 15 + V*
235* 1554 USAForSecl .368x76 2154 2 054 21V4+154
2054 125* US Freight 1H* 9 185* 17i* 185*+15*
1075* 86 US Gypsum 2a 31 106 104'* 105 +15*
33>A 14>* us Hoff Mch 34gx29 155* 14V* 145*
53V* 37 U S Ind Ch OHl 43 39>A 38>* 39i*+li*
9H 354 US Leather Hi 13 75* 754 754
395* 255* USLeath A 4Hl 8 37 34V* 37 +25*
2454 16‘* U S Lines 2H 96 215* 205* 21V4+ **
46V* 35 US PAFy 1 60 13 4454 4254 44 +1V4
73 4654 U S Play Cd 2a 4 49 465* 49 +1
39 23V4 U S Ply wood 1 a 58 3 354 29V* 3354+4
103‘* 94i* tUS Plywd pf354x90 98 94V* 94V4-1V4
60>* 40>* U S Rubber 4g 152 47V4 435* 47V4+3V*
165 127i* us Rubber lpf8 6 136 129 136 +8V*
51V* 381* u S Smelting 3g x30 45 42V4 43**- 5*
81 675* US SRAMM3H x 7 69’* 675* 675*- V*
795* 6154 U S Steel 6g — 373 78V4 7 6 7854+154
150 136V* US Steel pf 7 34 138V4 136V* 136V4-1V*
23 175* USTobac 1.20 73 19 18 19 +1
8V4 5 Utd Stkyds .40* 8 55* 55* 55*- V*
12V* 8 Un Strs 2dpf lg xS2 11 10 10‘A+ V*
105* 5rA Utd Wallpap ‘**113 55* 55* 554+ V*
22 16 Univ-Cy Stl la . 6 18 16V* 18+5*
11V4 4V* Unlv Lab - 29 45* 4V4 45*+ V*
235* 23V* tUnlv Leaf Tl_ 3 235* 23V* 235*+ V*
192 163V* tUnlv L To pf 8 x90 166 163‘A 163V4-2
29V* 14 Unlv Pictures 2 135 155* 14V* 145*+ V*
91V* 575* tUnlv PIC pf 4H980 63 575* 5# -5
185* 141* VN NORM 1.40* 25 155* 14>A 155*
41 30V* VanRaalte 3.40g 6 36 35 36 +2
22 13>* vanadium Com 16 15V* 15V* 15'*+ i*
205* 12«* Vert-Cam 8u 2a 36 145* 14V4 14V4- 54
39 2654 Vick Chm 1.20a 16 29 27>A 28 + ■*
5054 351* vieCmWorkl V«gx 8 49 48V4 48V4- 54
L0454 95 tvictorCh pf.'iVi xlO 95 95 95 -2>A
1054 , 5>* Va-Caro Chem 27 10'* 95* 10
112 69 Va-CaroC pfl.tkx 3 107 106 106 -1>A
165* 14 Vlrg Elec & Pwr 79 15V* 14V4 15>*
45 34i* va Railway 2 H 17 36 J5V4 36 + V*
40 315* Va Rail Df 1H *3 33 315* 32**- '/«
38 31 VitkingCrp 1.00 18 35 34'* 345*- >*
751* 57 WABASH Pf 4H 6 *4V* 63V* 64i*+ Vi ,
175* 131* Waldorf 1* xll 155* 14V* 145*+ V* ,
365* 295* Wklgreen 1.60a 12 32 315* 3154+ 54
245* 17i* WalkerGAW 1V4 46 215* 205» 215*+IV*
13V4 754 Walworth Co H* 50 1054 954 10 - V*
1954 11 Ward Bak 1.85* 25 1154 11V* ll‘A- V* ,
1854 12 Warner Bro 1H 302 1354 1254 13V4+1
365* 21 Wtrren Fndry 13 33 3054 33 + V* i
si 31 warren ret .no »o 50* •/*» a/*-z* .
.26* 99 twar Pet dI 3>/i 2810123* 118 119*-5* '
27 20 Wash OllLt 1 * 28 20* 20 20*- *
23* 17* Waukesha M la 15 18* 18 18*+ * (
26* 20 Warn* Knit M 2 13 20* 20* 20*- * ,
41 30* warne Pumn 2 xll 32 30* 30*- * ,
12* 5* Webster Tobae. 30 8* 5* 6*+ * .
52* 37* Wesson Oil 6*g *5 48* 48 48*+ *
90 83* tWesson Oil bf4 780 88 84 89*+ * .
34* 21* WstXnd Bull *a 107 26* 23* 24 -2*
47 32* WVs Pulp&P la 7 42* 41 42*+ * 1
10* 5* Western Air Lin 10 7* 6* 7 - * 1
75* 38* WestAutoSup 3 63 42 40* 42 + * .
9* 4 Western Md 68 9* 8* 9 - *
32* 9* Westn Md 2d Pf 6 31* 30 30 -2 1
42* 26* West Pacific 3 94 30 27 30 +2* <
90 65 West Pac cl 6 8 71 67 71 +4 -
26* 17 West Union Tel 112 21* 20 20*+ *
38* 27* WstingAirBlc3g 83 37* 36* 37*+ *
30* 22* Westing Elec la 384 30* 29* 30*+l*
.05 88 tWst El pi A 3* 1 92 88* 92 +3*
.06* 9S* WstngElpfB3.80 11 90* 9B* 9S*-2*
55 30 Weston El In 2 , 12 31* 30* 31
40 26 Westvaco 1.40 21 40 30 40 +2*
.02* 84* i WeitvaC pfS* 1020 87* 86 86*- *
53* 31 Wheel Steel 2g 27 48* 44* 48*+3*
29* 19* White Motor la 42 23* 22* 23*+l
17* 9* White Sew M 78 14* 12* 13*+ *
12* 5* Wilcox 011 .20a 76 12* 11* 12*+ *
13* 6* WlUys-Ov*riano243 9* 8* 9*+l*
64* 51* Willys Ov pi 4*xll 98 94* 96H+1*
17 10* Wilson*Co .95* 67 14* 14* 14*+ *
20 16 Wll-Jones l%g 7 16 17* 17*+ *
19 15* Wise Klee Pwr 1 22 16* 15* 19*- *
18* 15* Wis El Pwr w6 1 79 16* 15* IS*- *
35 32 Wdward Iron 2a 9 33* 33 33
53 43 Woolworth 2a 92 46* 45 45*
68* 48* Worth Pump 2a 40 84* 80 63 +2*
00 S3 tWPMcvprp!4*340 88 83 88 +3*
94* 75 tWthng prpf6M|470 80 76 00 +5
80 57 tWrlghtAero 5g x70 65* 50 58 -2*
70* 62 Wrlgley W Jr 3ax 10 67 65 65 -1*
10* 8 Wyanu Wor 40a 15 9* 9* 9*
45 33* YALK&TWW la 32 35 33* 34 - *
16* 10* York Corp * 62 12* 11* 12 + *
50* 38* York Cp of 2* 13 40 38* 39*-*
23* 14* YoungSpr&W 1 14 21* 20* 21*+1
•3 53* Young Sh&T 4a 85 79 76* 79 +2*
21* IS YngftStlDoor la 29 17* 17* 17*+ *
25 14* ZENITH RA 1 g 64 24 22 24 +2
10* 5* Zonite Prod .40g 81 6* 5* 5*
tUnlt ol trading. 10 share*. *lp bankruptcy or re- ]
eivership. or being reorganised under the Bankruptcy J
.ct, or securities assumed by such companies. Rates
1 dividends in the foregoing table are annual Blt
ursements based on the last quarterly or semiannual
eclaration Unless otherwise noted, apeciel or extra
lvidends are not Included, x Ex dividend, xr Ex
Ights. a Also extra or extra*, b Plus stock dividend
Cash or stock e Paid last year. 1 Payable in stock.
Declared or paid so far thl* year, h Declared or
aid *ft«r stock dividend or atock split-up. k Aecum
la ted dividend* paid or daclared thl* year.
9
D. C. Insurance Sales
14 Pet. Above 1946
During November
By Edward C. Stone
Life insurance sales in Washington
in November totaled $11,470,000, ft
notable gain of 14 per cent over No
vember, 1946, while new policies for
11 months of 1947 reached $118,791,
000, only 2 per cent under the same
period a year ago, the Life Insurance
Agency Management Association re
ported at Hartford yesterday.
November sales in Maryland
amounting to $20,142,000 were also
14 per cent ahead of last year. The
11-month total of $208,163,000 was
off 5 per cent from 1946.
Virginia sales of $21,465,000 in No
vember were up 1 per cent and a
total of $228,775,000 in the longer
period was within 3 per cent of the
1946 mark. Sales in the Nation were
up 10 per cent in November and
down 4 per cent in the 11 months.
Yule Trade Breaks Record.
Washington merchants reported
yesterday that Christmas trade had
broken last year's records which in
turn set all-time peaks. <They do
not know yet how much the holiday
gains will be.
Department store sales in Wash
ington for the week ended Saturday,
December 13, climbed 12 per cent
above the corresponding week last
year, and were 17 per cent ahead of
the previous week this year, the
Richmond Reserve Bank reported
yesterday.
Cumulative sales in the four week*
ended on the same date were 7 per
cent better than a year ago, same a*
the 5th District gain. Fifth District
sales for the week were up 11 per
cent and in 11 months 3 per cent.
Financing Records Broken.
Despite higher prices on homes
and building materials, 1947 figures
on home financing will show that all
records in the Nation's history have
been broken, even exceeding 1946,
Charles F. Scott, president of the
National Savings and Loan League,
said yesterday.
On the basis of the latest figure*
received in the Washington office,
mortgages recorded by all types of
lending institutions and by individ
uals will approximate $12,000,000,000
this year, way ahead of the $10,
500,000,000 in 1946, Mr. Scott said.
In Chicago Morton Bodfish, exec
utive chairman of the United States
Building and Loan League, stated
that $212,000,000 in earnings would
be distributed to patrons this year,
these dividends being 6 per cent
ahead of 1946.
Bethesda Bank Votes Extra.
Directors of the Bank of Bethesda
have declared an extra dividend of
1 per cent and the regular semi
annual payment of 3 per cent, pay
able January 2 to stock of record
December 22. The board also voted
a Christmas bonus of three weeks’
salary for services exceeding ona
year, with lesser amounts to others,
S. Walter Bogley, president, an
nounced.
The Potomac Electric Power Co.
has applied to the Public Utilities
Commission for authority to issue
$15,000,000 35-year first mortgage
Knnrlc fhe c f/t K* near) fnF
expansion.
Officials of the Arlington Trust
Co. announced yesterday that effec
tive on January 1, the interest rate
on savings accounts will be increased
to 2 per cent on deposits up to $5,000;
with 1 per cent in excess of $5,000.
Executive Council to Meet.
The District of Columbia Building
and Loan league Executive Council
will meet Tuesday at the Mayflower
for luncheon and a business session.
Christmas bonus checks were dis
tributed to employes of the Wash
ington Loan & Trust Co. at the
annual dinner-dance held at the
Carlton Hotel.
Bank of Commerce & Savings
officers and employes had a Christ
mas dinner and dance at the May
flower last night. Bonuses were
distributed.
Earl G. Jonscher, American Se
curity & Trust Co., will be an early
speaker before the class in invest
ment analysis at American Univer
sity. conducted by Dr. Nayian A.
Baily.
Dividend Payments Due Soon.
Among issues listed on the Wash
ington Stock Exchange which will
pay dividends in the next few days
are Capital Transit, American Tele
phone. Potomac Power commons
and preferred, National Capital
Bank, Lincoln National, Bank of
Washington, Commerce <te Savings,
Prince Georges Bank, Columbia
ritle Insurance, Real Estate Title
insurance.
Also Carpel Corp., Garflnckel
issues, Mergenthaler Linotype,
Peoples Drug and Woodward &
Lothrop.
Buyers of the new Washington
3as common stock will receive a
1714c dividend on February 1.
Business at Top Level.
Henry H. Heimann, executive
nanager of the National Association
)f Credit Men. said vesterriav the
ilight letup In business activity pre
iicted for the last quarter did not
ievelop because of pentup demand
:aused by war shortages. In look
ng at 1948, he said.
•Remember, 1948 is an election
rear. Don’t take too seriously some
>f the charges and countercharges
ibout business, labor and other
economic segments. Concentrate
m your own business job and 1948
rnght to prove a good year for
rou.”
The Bank of Virginia has been
illowed to open two branch offices
n Richmond, by raising capital
>y $500,000. A hearing on the bit
erly opposed branch at Norfolk
las been set for next month by the
itate Corporation Commission.
to review current hold
ings for possible im
provements and make
tax switches to effect sav
ings in your Capital
Cains and Losses for1947.
IFrite or phone for details.
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L. B. Brubaker, Resident Manager
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