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Stock List Hesitant
At Close of Good
Recovery Week
By Victor Eubank
Auociatad Prets financial Writer
NEW YORK. Jan. 31.—The stock
market today emerged from a good
recovery week and its first losing
January since 1941 with considerable
hesitancy in evidence.
Buying throughout the week, still
mainly professional, was based
partly on the belief that the list was
entitled to a substantial technical
comeback after its lengthy retreat.
A big batch of pleasing divjflends
and earnings was helpful.
Doubts regarding murky foreign
affairs, a new round of wage de
mands, outcome of the Marshall
program and the course of business
later in the year caused numerous
customers to hold aloof or trim
accounts. Weakness of major com
modities served as a restraint.
Final Session Quiet.
In the final sluggish session the
Associated Press 60-stock composite
was up .1 of a point at 63.8. For
the week there was a gain of 1.3
points and for the month a loss
of IS.
The number of issues registering
during the day was 660, the same as
last Saturday which was the nar
rowest performance since last No
vember 15. Of the total, 235 rose,
217 fell and 208 were unchanged.
Volume for the short stretch was
290.000 shares, a minimum since
November 8. It compared with
300.000 a week ago. The week’s
turnover was 4,574,640 shares, a six
day low since last May, against
5,143,720 the week before. For Jan
uary the figure was 20,217,606 shares
versus 27,605,272 in December and
23.556.803 in the initial 1947 period
which was a bottom lor mat monwi
Bince 17,811,606 in 1944.
On the day Du Pont added a
point at 180%, Western Union % at
20% (on hopes a spring strike had
been averted), Firestone Tire % at
48%, City Stores % at 19Vi and
Elastic Stop Nut % at 6 (a 1947-8
peak) on an extra dividend. Else
where plus signs for pivotals were
in minor fractions. Oils, steels, rails
and motors were narrowly uneven.
Lionel Shares Higher.
In the day’s curb Lionel Corp. was
up a point on an extra dividend.
Gainers included McCord Corp.,
Standard Oil of Kentucky and
Cuban Atlantic Sales were 80,000
shares compared with 90,000 last
Saturday. .._.
The Big Board’s average slipped
a trifle Monday to a low since last
June 10 but only 650,000 shares ap
peared, smallest for a full session
since September 26.
Devaluation of the French franc
caused some market nervousness
although spurring a fair-sized ad
vance in gold mining issues.
Prices stiffened selectively Tues
day on 830,000 shares with rails
leading. The utility index, though,
touched a 1947-48 low. Sentiment
was bolstered by the shakeup in
the Federal Reserve Board and
decision of the British to maintain
the pound sterling despite the
French attitude.
Carriers continued to revive
Wednesday with dealings at 860,000
shares. Favorable income state
ments of prominent roads attracted
bidders. The United States Steel
compilation after the preceding
close was viewed as bullish. The
market hit a rallying stride Thurs
day on 1,060,000 shares, best for the
week and a high since January 22.
The average upturn of .6 of a point
was the widest since December 30.
Predictions of real tax reduction
and other measures to aid capital
investment by Chairman Millikin of
-— 1
piled by the Associated Press
are traced on the chart above.
In the last week, both stocks
and bonds improved, but
commodities retreated under
pressure for the third week
in a row. __
the Senate finance committee
brightened the bullish side.
Cashing in by professionals on the
three-session climb stalled matters
Frdiay on 890,000 shares although
individual issues exhibited strength.
Standard Oil of California jumped
4 Vi {joints on a raised dividend.
Bethlehem Steel refused to reflect a
hoisted quarterly and record 1947
earnings, disclosed late the day
before, and ended unchanged on the
day. Investment caution was
heightened by the Gandhi slaying
which stressed disturbing interna
tional situations.
Stock Exchange Sales
Off Sharply in Month
By the Associated Press
NEW YORK, Jan. 31.—Sales on
the New York Stock Exchange in
January totaled 20,217,606 shares,
smallest since 16,370,922 last Novem
ber, and compared with 27,605,272
in December.
Transactions in bonds totaled
till,360,500, par value, in January,
ilso the smallest since, last Novem
ser’s total of $81,823,100, and com
pared with $141,872,500 in December.
Bladensburg Flood Plan
Of Army to Be Discussed
Byron Bird, chief of the Engineer- :
ing Division, Washington office,
Ccrps of Engineers, will explain his ■
office's proposed flood control ;
project at Bladensburg, Md., at a
meeting of the American Automobile
Association Advisory Board at 6:30
p.m. Tuesday in the Mayflower
Hotel.
According to Washington I. Cleve- :
land, manager of the District divi- :
sion of the AAA, the division for
many years has sought the elimina- ;
tion of traffic hazards caused by
flooding at the Bladensburg Peace
Cross, where U. S. Routes 1 and
50 converge._
Mount Alto Staff to Hear
Dr. Topping Tomorrow
Dr. Norman N. Topping, of the
National Institute of Health, will
address a staff meeting of the
Mount Alto Veterans Hospital at
8:30 n.m. tomorrow at the hospital
auditorium, 2650 Wisconsin avenue
N.W.
“Studies of the Common Cold” will
be the subject for discussion. Dr,
Topping is assistant chief of the
Infectious diseases division of the
Institute. ___
Business Trends for Week
By the Associated Press
Significant bualness statistics, with comparisons for the previous week and a
Mar a*o, follow: Latest Wk. Prev. Wk. Year. Agofi
ae o On I cu.O
Steel prod. (pet. of cap.)- 771 902 811,286 821,928
Freight carloadings - 07 137 110.774 94,114
Auto. prod, (units) - 12 oSq’ooo 13,030.000 i3,200,000
Soft coal prod, (tons)------ s 6,326,137 4,671.560
Enginee0ri'nEprS’w.rdbsar" -::::::::::: »§:g&28
lo°ncd &\U: 8: y. i. i::::~::::: k-Msoo *23,808,200 sai.au.80j;
Business failures (number) - (Final three ciphers omitted in following.]
Elec. pow. prod, (kwh)- S13933’"15 *141058,071 *12!734i745
Bank clearings - I4897OOOO $48,963,000 £46,787,000
Demand deposits - wi2’?«l’ooo *14 689,000 *11.542,000
Business loans- **1 050 000 *1 070 000 *700,000
f?easwegeorid’.tick"::::::::::::::: *%«4'ooo *22829000 «<>$?.«
Mroneeyr‘to°drcuiitioi::::::::::::::: *28*086:000 *28,311.000 w*mwo
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WEEK ENDING SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1948
Quotations furnished by the Associated Press.
,-'47 '48-, Stock and Sales— _ Net
Hl*h. Low. dlv. rate. Add 00. High. Low. Close, ehge.
87V* 88V* ABBdttT LAB2a 17 71V* 70«/« 71 + V*
104* 5V* A C F-Brlll Mot 26 8 54* 6 + V*
60 *3Vi Acme Steel 4a _ 6 504* 504* 504*4- 4*
184* 13V* Adams Bxp .85g 18 164* 16 164*4- 4*
55 38 Adsms-Mlllis'*e 2 46V* 46V* 464*4-14*
40V4 30V* Addressogph Vie 17 314* 31 31 — V*
10V* 6 Admiral Cp Vis 6 8V* 74* 8 4- 4*
384* 244* Air Reduction 1 129 26V4 244* 264*4-14*
6V* 34* Alaska Juneau. 92 4V* 34* 4 4- V*
31V* 16V* Aldenslnc lVi-. 26 18 17V* >74*4- V*
54* 24* Alleghany Corn 128 34* 3 3V*
44 25V* Alleghany of 34 404* 39V4 401*4-1
48*/* 27V* AllegLudStl 2*. 58 284* 274* 28V*4- V*
124* 10 Allen Indust Vih 8 10V* 10 10 - V*
102 164 Allied C&Dye 6a 13 181 178VS 178V4-2V4
221/4 18 Allied Kid l'ia. 9 214* 19V* 214*4-24*
36V4 29V* Allied Mills 3g_- 8 324* 32 324*4-1**
39'/* 27 Allied Strs 3 — 119 294* 27V* 284*4-14*
424* 30V4 Allis Chaim 1.80 95 371/4 344* 36V44-14*
994* 91 Allis ChM pf 3 Vi 5 914* 91V* 914*4- V*
35 244* Alpha Port >Ae 3 284* 28 284*4- V*
8‘/* 5V4 Amal Leath .85* 32 54* 5*/* 54*4- V*
107 73 Amerada Pet 2a 21 94V* 91 94V44-1V*
52 34i/4 Am A*ricul3a_. 6 494* 49V* 494*4- 4*
114* 7 Am Airlines . 242 OVA 74* 8V*4- ‘/a
80 504* Am Alrl.pl 3V4 8 58 55 57V44-24*
31 194* AmBankN 1.60a 28 214* 194* 21 +1V*
77i/* 63 tAm Bnk Nt pI3 30 64 64 64 +1
174* 9 Am Bosch 44* - 3 11 104* 11
50 36 AmBrkSh 2.40* 11 41V4 394* 40 4- 4*
HO*/* 105V* AmBrkShoe pf 4 5 1061/4 105V* 106 4- Vi
74* 34* Am Cable * Rad 42 44* 4V* 44*4- V*
99 75V* Am Can 3 _ 43 80 7B3* 79 + 4*
L96V* 166 tAm Can of 7 660 171 168 169V44-1
544* 36 Am CarAFdy 3g 11 42V* 41 414*4-14*
28V* 20V* Am CbkCbl 1.40 11 214* *}?' %
L10 1041/* tAm ChSC of 6 4 105'/* 10411 105>/«- 4*
56 47V4 Am Chicle 2a . 13 48V* 47 47V4-1V*
26V* 174* Am Coltyp 1.20a 6 184* 174* 18 - 4*
24 17V* Am CrysS 1.20a 9 18 17V* 18 4- V*
am*. __.4 1. AA XfllA -R7U. Y7IA4. 1/a
118% 101% AmCyamld3'/ipf 36 105 102% 103-/4+1
46 25% Am Distillers 3. 9 27% 27 27 - %
6% 3% Am Enc Tile > ,« x 5 6% 5% «%+ %
17% 13 Am Europ 1.95g 11 1« 1»% + £
201/4 16 Am Export L 2. 23 17 16 17 + 7/4
6% 2 Am&FmPwr 15 2% 2% 2%
115% 86 A&FP 57 pfl3«k 6 87 86
L01% 75 Am&FP fipfl'/ik 2 74% 73% 73%-l%
25% 7% Am A F P 2d of 37 8% 7% 7%- %
42% 37 Am-HawaiiSS 3 3 39 38% 39 +1
9% 5% AmHide & L >/>« 17 6% 6% 6%+ %
34% 22% Am Home 1.20 - 82 23% 23% 23%-%
10% 6 Am Ice .80e. 7 6% 6% 6%
13 9% Amlnternat .55g 12 11% 11% Ji%+ ^
14% 12 Am Inv 111 1.20 - 9 15% 14V* 15%+1%
30% 18% Am Loco 1.40 .. 77 22% 21% 21%+ %
lid 102 Am Locom Pf 7- 6 103% 102% 102%-1%
28% 17% Am Ul & Ft 80 13 18% 17% 18 + %
101 80 tAmM&F PI3.90490 83 83 83 +1
32% 25% Am Metal 2 '/*g .. 5 26% 26% 26%+ %
39% 28% AmNewsCo l%a 9 31% 31 31-1
16% 7 Am Power & Lt 72 8 7% 7%+ %
129% 85 AmP&L fipf 1 Vjk 21 88 86% 88+1
117% 76% AmP&L 6pflV*lt 25 78% 77% 78%
17 11% Am Radiat .20e .172 14% 13% 13%+ V*
183 170 tAm Rad&S pf7 80 176 172 172 -3
37% 24% Am Roll Mill 2b 107 29»/4 28% J9%+1%
109% 92 tAmRM 0<4% SJJ »« f4 ** +l
16% 9% Am Saf Razor 1- 21 11% 10% “ + w
22% 15% Am Seating lg 6 18% 17% 18
42% 34 tAmShlpBldg le260 40% 39% <0%+ %
70% 48% Am Sm & R %e_69 34% 51% 53%+2 /4
l72 142 tAm S & R PI 7 590 145% 144% 145 %
40 32 Am Snuff 2_ * 33% 33 33%+ %
37 257/4 Am Stl Found 3 29 28% 27% 28 + %
29% 21 Am Stove 40e . 12 22 21 *1- “1/*
47% 34 Am Sugar R 4e. 4 37 36% 37 + %
20 18 Am Sum Tob 2_. 6 18% 18% 18% + %
174% 149% Am Tel & Tel19 214 151% 150% 131%+ %
82% 62 Am Tobacco 3a 19 66% 64 66/,+lA
84% 61% Am Tob (B) 3a 66% 64% 66%+l%
163% 135 tAm Tob pf 6 540 1f?% %
60% 41% Am Viscose 2a _ 42 54 52% 53
120% 116% tAm Viscose Pf5 80 118% 118 118 +1
8% 7% Am Water Wks 13 7% 7% 7%+ %
50% 26% Am Woolen lOg 150 44% 42 44%+2%
103% 68% Am Wool pr pf 4 5 89% 88 eSA+3*
107% 57/4 Am Zinc .10e... 21 6% 6% 6%
42 30% Anaconda 3g. - 115 33% 33
38% 33 tAnacon W & C 1010 34 32%
51 35 Anchor Hock 2 £5 , J?54 ,27
111% 100 tAnchor Hk pf 4 90 101 100 101 + %
24% 147/4 Ander-Prich 01 56 21% 19% 21/4+1&
39% 30 Arch-D-M la « 32 31% 31+ +
157/, 9% Armour&Col.20106 13% 13% 13 A %
.30% 103 Armour pr pf 6 5 104% 104% 104% A
ifii/a Armst.rne C .40e 27 45 42V* 44 /4+1
.10 89%tArmstrn*Pf34.14BOB9% »»
17% 10% Artloom Corn 1 a 15 13% 13% 13%
20% 13% Assd Dry G 1.80 67 15% 13% 15%+14
.32% 99 tAsso D G 1st 6 290 105 1°3%-14
.34 98% tAsso D G 2nd 7340 101 98% 101 +1
34 25 Assoc Inv 1.80 13 27% 26% 27%+ %
99 66 AtchT&SF6 *68 94% 91% 93 +3 4
.12 98 Atch T&SF Dl 6 18 101 99% 101 + % :
188* 10% ATF Inc 1 * — - 42 16% 14 4 16 4+2
59 40% Atl Coast Line 4 31 49% 47 49 4+1%
39% 23% Atl G&W Ind 3g 62 39% 32% 38 +8%
40 31% Atl Refining 1% 139 33% 32 4 33 4
.13% 104% tAtl Refln pfA 4 840 106% 104% lg* 1
.05% 91 tAtl Ref pfB3% 460 92% 914 92%+ %
26% 21% Atlas corp 1.60 22 *2 214 *J*j\J*
73 57 tAtlasPwdr 2Vjg690 60 37% 59 14
.21 111 tAtlas Pow pf 4.130 112 111 11^7..17,
12% 5% Austin Nichols 31 7% 6 «4+ 4
29% 16% Autocar Co 2. 21 17 16_* 16%+%
7% 4% Avco Mfg .20e .277 5% 44 5 4+4
49 36% Atco Mfg Pf 2% 1« 38 364 37 4+1
16 13 BABBITT 1.20 22 14% 14 1*
24% 13'4 Baldwin Loco lg 64 14% 14% 14%+%
16*4 7% Balt * Ohio .-144 12% 11 114+ 4
25% 11% Balto & Ohio Pf 59 18% 17% 18 4+%
5574 42% Barber Asph V,e 16 46% 45 4 46 + 4
28% 18 BarkerBros 1‘/a* 7 23% 22 4 23%+ 4
39% 20% Bamsdall Oil 2-125 36 33 35%+2%
1974 874 Bath Iron Wks . 29 10% 9% 10
24% 18 Bayuk Cig l‘/ja- 10 21% 20% 214_ %
62 34% Beatrice Fds 2a 12 35% 34 4 35 %
110% 83% t Beat Fds Pf3% 130 87 86 86 2
L08% 95% IBeckBhpf 4s,4.11g »« ** tj**
12 5% Beech Aircraft 73 11% 9% 11 +1
39% 30% Beech-Nut 1.00a 24 35 32 4 35
18% 12% Beldlng-Hem 1 x 7 15% 15 15 4+4
18% 1074 Bell Aircraft 1 * 78 18% 17 18+1
39% 28 Bendix Aviat 2 167 28% 28 28%
25% 17% BndixHome 1 Vaa 38 19% 18% 19 4+4
28% 21% Benef Ind 1.20a 15 24% 23 4 24 4+1
35% 24% Best* Co 2a_-- 24 25 24 4 %
32% 19% Best Foods 2 38 28% 27% j*
35 32% Beth Steel .SOh .546 35 32 4 ^4%+14
L50 133% Beth Steel pf 7 « 135 133 4 134
66 46% Bigelow-Sanf 4 13 59% 54 4 58%+4%
18% 13% BrmnghmE 1.20 * 14% 14 14 4+ 4
36 25 Black&Deck 2a- 6 31 29% 31+14
20% 12% Blaw-Kx l.lOg. 50 14% 14% 14 4+4
35% 18% Bliss E W '.it.... » 77% 25% 27 4+2
41% 28%tBlmingdale2'4480 36 35 4 36 +1
26% 14% Boeing Air l g -120 25% 23 4 24%+ 4
59 29% Bohn Alum v.e- 12 33% 32 4 33 4+ %
L16 90 tBon Ami A4a. 130 94 90 4 90 4_3 4
35% 25 Bond Stores 2 - 54 25% 23% 24 1
49% 38% Borden Co ,60e 84 40% 40 40 4 4
55 37% Borg-Warner 3a 40 47 46 46 4+%
13% 7 Braniff Air 30 8% 7 4 84+1
18% 9% Bndgept Bras*- «7 11% *4 31 I %
40% 30 Briggs Mania 2 31% 304 31 4
31% 23% Brlggs&Stra la. 15 27% 27% 27%+ 4
63 30*4 Bristol-M 1.90*. 21 32% 31% 32 4
28% 15% Bklyn Un Gas 26 18 17 4 18 + %
27% 20 Bruns-Balk 1*41 11 204 20 20 4
20% 13% Bucyrus-Er 1%* 58 184 17 4 18%+ 4
14% 9 BuddCo.lOg - 86 10% 9% 9%+ %
86% 70 tBudd Co Pf 6 150 72 71 714 4
37% 25% Buff For* 4.4o* 3 35% 34 35%+ %
23% 14% Bullard Co ■4e . « 17% 164 17%+ %
38% 26 Bulova Wtch 3a 10 32 304 32 +1%
22% 14 BurlingMills 1% 93 20% 19 4 20 4+1%
104% 80 tBurling M pf * 70 86 84 4 85 4 %
16% 12% Burr Add M .00 x41 13 4 134 13%+ 4
10% 6 Bush Term 35g 17 10 9 4 »4 4
88 72 tBushTB pfl’4k280 86 81 85 + 4
24% 11 Butler Bros 22 12 114 11% 4
6 3 Butte C & Z ... 12 3% 3 3%+ %
22% 13% Byers A M y.e - 11 J* 17 4 J
28 19 Byron Jn 1.40a X 7 26% 25% 26%+14
3414 24% CALIF PACK%exl6 32 31% 31%+ 4
55 51% tCalif Fk Pf 2% x50 52 52 52 + %
3% 1*4 Callahan Zinc 62 2% 2 2
8% 6% Calumt&H .60g 18 7% 7 7 4+ %
34% 21% Campbell Wy%e 7 28% 27% 28%+1%
12% fan Dry GA .60 61 14v» V*
* liLi ,can Dry of 4Y. 320 114% 111% 113%+1%
13J% SJtcanDp?crTl%g 284 12% 10% 12%+1%
47% 33% Cannon Mills le 5 43 +04 43 +14
128 102 tcaro C & O 6 70 106% 105 105 2 4
39% 27 CaroPwr&Lt2 7 294 29 29 4 %
>«i 1 m ramsnl 9tl 6 39*/4 38 30 d
21% 12% carrier CorD 37 16% 15%
45 35% CarrierCorp Pf2 3 40% 39 40*+ %
4^ 2#9%«cnolToe2^ 4 J^Ki
i5l" ‘S* Ca terplllr Tr*37 2 ‘gj “g % ^
iff* iff* fct.nn7%Pf°7: \?0 iff* iff* 130^-1
108% 97 Celnse l»t li(4% 6 100 98% ®|£**
32% 19% Celotex lVs 58 26 24 25%+l*
21% 19% Celotex Pi 1 \\ *° J®* '* *
22% 17% Cen Agutr 1.80a 25 18% 18% 18%
14% 7% Cent Fndry '.X 18 8% 8 8 %
ioia 7ft CentHudGas .52 33 o 'ft ° . /s
116* 100% teen 111 Lt Pf4%240 104% 103% 104%+ %
12% 4% Cent RR N J • 35 11 9% 10 %
16% 11% Cen Vi Sul %h- 18 12 11* 12 + *
35% 22% Cerro de Pas 2 16 25% 25% 25 * %
21% 11% Certn-tdPd 60a 79 16 15% 15%+ %
33 20% Chain Belt 40e 7 30% 29% 29 *
27 19% Champ PAF la 6 20% 19% 20%+l
20% 10% Checker Cab 4 13% 13 13%- %
5414 40ft Ches & Ohio 3--31* 43ft 4£ft 43ft+ ft
102ft 85 C&Opf3ft 9 90 88l/« 90 +2ft
X12% 6% Chi Corp .40— 443 12% 10% 12%+1%
7% 3% Chi & Kill -- 26 5% 4% 5%+ %
12% 5% Chi A Fill A 34 9% 8% 9%+ %
8% 4% Chi Great WestD 22 7% 6% 7 +1
16 8% Chi Grt West pf 137 16 14 15 +1%
10% 4% Chi Ind & L A 33 9% 8% 9 + %
6% 2% Chi Ind ALB- 15 5% 5% 5%+ %
14% 6% Chi M SPAPac 119 9% 8% 9 + %
38% 23% CM8PAP pf7Vagl30 35% 32% 35%+2%
2Th 13% Chi A N W til 76 18% 17% 17%+ %
53% 33% Chi & N W pf 5 42 39% 36% 38%+l%
ii% 20% Chi Pneu T 31a* 19 32% 30% 32 +1%
SliJ 28% Ch R I A Pac .403 29% 28% 29%+l%
68% 45% Chi R I & P pl .-X272 68 46% 49%+2%
7% 4 Childs Co •_ 16 4% 4 4
66% 56% Chrysler 4 -290 59% 57% 58%+%
29% 23 Cin G 6s E 1.40- 76 24% 23% 24*+ %
% **i Cin Gas & El rt. 89 Vjj %a M*
28 21% Cin Mill M 1 40 9 22% 21% 22%+%
i8% 36% Cl T Finance 2 54 39% 36% 39%+2%
341* 27% City Ice &F 2% 16 31 30 30%-%
«% 12% City Stores 1 20 75 19% 18 19%+%
43% 34% aev El Illu ,53e 41 36 35% 35%
115% 105% tcley E 111 ol 4 Vi 3109- 108 109 +1
24% 14% CllmaxMol 1 20 36 15% 15% 15%+ %
«% 31 Clinton Ind 2.40 29 33% 31 33%+l
1M *8% Clopay Corp .70 21 9% 8% 8%+l%
48i* 34 Cluett Pbody he 41 35 34% 34%-%
91% 87% Cluett 2nd pl 4 14 88% 87* 87%- %
191% 141 Coca Cola 3a 4 172% 169 172%+3%
65% 61% 'Coca-Cola A 3 280 63% 62% 63%+%
56 33 Colrate-P-P 2a 22 44% 41% 43%+ %
105% 87 tColg-P-P Pf3% 240 90 88% 88%-l%
46 22% Collins A Aik la 32 23% 22% 23%-%
18 12 Col Fuel & Ir 1 76 15 14% 14%+ %
20% 16% Col Fuel&Ir pf 1 H 18 17% 17%+ _ %
17% 8 »Colo A South 270 14% 13% 14%+1%
17% 9% tcol AS 1st of 650 16 13% 15%+1%
16% 8 tColASouth 2PI 250 14 13 14+1
32% 21% col BcstA2.log 10 24% 24 24%
32% 21% Col BcstB2.10* 10 23% 22% 23%+ %
12% 10 Colum GAE1 .00143 11 10% 10%- %
12% 11% Columb Piet lb 11 11% H% 13%
I 39% 30% ColumCarbon 2a 31 32% 31% 31%- %
50 36 CoI&SOhEl .70e 16 37% 36% 37
48% 36 Coml Credit 2a 57 39% 36% 39Vfr+3
115% 87 tComl C pf 3.80 520 95 93% 95 +1%
I 26% 20% Coml Sole 1%* 57 23% 11% 23 +1%
33% 25% ComwIthEd 1.40 92 28 27% 28 + W
4 2% Com with A Sou 292 2% 2% 2%
115% 94 CosxMou pf 3k- 17 100% 99% 100%+ *
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14% 8% Conde Nast 1_19 9% 9 9%
33% 23% Ooncolsum-N la 16 31 SO 30%+ %
7 4% Cons Cop .35«— 3* »% 4% S%+ %
20% 21 Corn Edis 1.60- 301 22% 21% 22%- %
L08% 104 Cons Edis of 6 . 30 104% 104 104 - %
20% 11% Cons Grocers 1- 43 13% 14% 13%+ %
13% 10 Cons Laundr 1 .. 8 10% 10% 10%+ %
54% 40% Cons Nat Gas 2. 31 47% 44% 47%+3%
30 17 cons RRCUba Pf 1« 23% 22% 23%+ %
17% 10% Cons Vultee — 71 14% 14 14%-%
114% 09% tConsumP pf4%580 103% 102 103%+1%
48 32% Contain Corn 2a 15 40% 38% 38%-l%
20% 11% Cont Bakins 1-- 22 12% 12 12 - %
44% 30% Cont Can Vie- 43 32% 31 32%+ %
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251* 22 Noblltt-Spk 1.60 3.2244 22 *244+ 44
531* 33i* NopcoChml.80f 7 3554 35 * 3554- 44
641* 361* Norf Ac West 3a 5 1 5844 574* 57 *- 54
105* 654 No Am Aviation 354 1054 954 1044+ *
3354 1544 Nor Am Co lb 155 1654 1544 1654+1'*
30* 25 Nor Nat Gas Vih 138 28V* 2754 2854+ 5*
2254 13i* North Pacilic le 137 2054 18 * 2044+144
2244 11 Northwest Airl » 97 1454 1344 1444+ 5*
255* 1944 NrthwAlr pfl.16 7 0 2454 2 244 24 +14*
4544 33 tNorthw Tel 3. 200 36 35'* 3544- 44
135* 55* Norwalk Tire— 13 7 6'* 7+5*
1844 12 NorwPhar.60 - 6 1 244 12 1244
38 27 OHIO EDIS 2.— 5 3054 294* 2944-15*
351* 21 Ohio Oil la— -196 3054 284* 30 +154
22 175* Okla GAE Of .80 3 1844 1844 1844+ 44
27.* 175* Oliver Corp 1 _ . 45 2554 2*.* 2544+1
1354 7i* omnibus Corn 1 6 95* 944 9 /4- 4*
28‘* is'* oppenheim Col- * 2244 2 2 2244+ 44
3354 24 Otis Elevst i*e. .46 2954 27 2944+144
284* 19>* Outb MAcM 35e xll 21'* 2044 *044-1
80 654* Owens 111 G1 3 .x36 67 * 65 * «44-144
16 10 PACAMFSHle. 3 1444 1*44 1JV*- 44
19 95* tPac Coast lg 390 1344 12 Utt+l'A
1954 171* Psc Fin Csl 1.40 5 18 174* 1744- 54
431* 3354 Pae Gas Ac EIc 2 7 6 355* 34 35- 54
62>* 50>* Pae Lighting 3 9 534* 52 * 3244- 44
39'* 258* Pae Mills 3b- 9 3454 3344 3454+154
7 3‘* Pae Tin Cons 34 544 454 454- 44
595* 215* Pae West Oil 5ig 28 4944 47* *8 - 44
75* 4i* Packard M 15g 433 454 4 * 454+ 54
1454 8'* Pan AmAirw Vig238 10 944 #54+ 4*
18 13 Pan Am Pet le 12 1644 16 16V4+ 5*
55 404* Panh EPL3 2 5 4744 465* 47
944 51* Panh PAcR lRel45 854 754 8 + 44
79‘* 5844 Paraffine Cos 3 10 74 72 72 -3
325* 1854 Param Piet 2 - 373 204* 19 1954+ J#
41* 2 Park Utah ,10e 96 254 2>* 244+ 4*
43 291* ParkeDavis 35e 36 295* 29>* 29'*
3*1* 28'* Parker Rust 2 44 4 2854 284* 284*
141* 7 Psrm Trans .80 8 744 75i 754
1544 854 Patino Mns Jig 18 10'* 104* 10>*+ •*
38‘* 321* pen&Ford 2.80h 8 3544 33'* 3344-25*
*854 385* Penney (JC) 2a 56 405* 40 +04*
1544 544 Penn-Cent Airl 68 8 64* 754+1*
1644 7 PennCoalAcC 4i* 18. 14‘* 14 14 - 4*
2454 1344 Penn Dix C 1 ’ ig # 1744 1644 17 + 44
22 18 Penn PAcL 1.20 28 1944 185* 19 + '*
2654 151* Penn R R-if l#f 1844 175* 1844+ 44
515* 38 Penn Salt 1.80g 5 4554 4544 4554- 44
1011* 811* Peon Gas L l3»e 3 8844 88 88*4+ 1*
3444 2154 Pepsi-Cola 70a 185 2344 2 15* *254+1
12 854 Petrol Corp ,60f 23 1054 1044 1 054+ A
18 131* pfeifferBrew 1 a 9 1544 15 15 + 4*
62'* 37 Pfizer CAcCo 2a 51 5054 495* 50
364* Phelps Dg4.20g 127 4254 4 154 *244+ 54
59 49i* tPhll C S'r pf 3 950 525* 5244 5244- 54
2744 211* Phlia Elec 1.20 78 22 2144 215*- V*
, ii.il (bhT. an n(4 4 0 430 10454 1041* 10454+ V*
29% 22% Phil* El SI Dl 1 7 «% 77% 7J%+1
16% 10% Phll*Rdlt C&I 2711 16% 14% 1«%+1%
35% 71 Phllco Crp l'*a 37 31 28 30%+2%
43% 25 Philip Mor 1 'i* 47 26% 26% **!^+ £
43 21 PhiiliPSJones le 9 42 36
63% 50% Phillips Petrol 3173 58% 56 38%+!%
38% 30% Piilsbury Mills 2 2 34 34 34 + %
16’* 10 Pltt.Cok&Ch 60* 12 13% 13 13%+ %
32% 18>* Pitt Con Coal 2 51 30% 28% 30 +1%
17% 15 Pi’.t Forgings « 1* ]9 15 -1
165 145 tPittFtWayne 7 20 145 145 !45-20%
42% 32% Pitt Pi Gls 1.70* 46 36% 35% 36%+ %
10% 7 Pitt Scr&Bolt 1* 31 9% 8% ®*
15 8% Pitt* Steel 51 14% 12% 14%+1%
21% 10% Pitts &WVa 7 18% 17% 17%+1
38% 17% Pittson & Co 2 28 31% 28% 31%+3
aoia 21 PlymOill-HO 148 48Vh 45% 47%+ Vfc
35% 19% Pond Crk Poc 4« 4 33% 32% 32%-l%
19% 11% Poor & Co B 1* 4 14% 14 14 *+%
15% 12% Pot ElecPwr 90 243 13 12* 12*+ /J
16 9 Pressed Stl Car 149 10% 9% 10 + %
43 32 PressStl C PI2V. 2 32% 32 32%- %
71% 57 Procter&Gam 3 40 66% 65% 66*+ *
38% 30% Pub SvcCol 1 65 36 33% 33% 33 * *
25% 19% Pub S N J 1.40 63 21% 20% 21%- %
146% 127 tPuVsNJ Of 8 300 131% 129 130%-2%
i30 111 tPub SNJPf 7 230 116% 114% 115%+ %
»0% 102% tPub 8 NJ of 6 980 105% 104 104
111 90 tP S N J $5 Pf 5 X420 97 93 94 -4
32% 15% Pubhcker Ind 35 21% 15% 20%+1%
106f* JSffiSSS, “ £% « «%+%
low Sw Pure Oil la - :: 196 28% 26% 27%+l%
* 105 Pure Oil of 5 5 105% 105 105%+ %
36% 24% PuritvBak 2.40a 18 27% 26% |7%+1%
24% 20 QUAK ST A 30e 4 22% 22 22 - %
10% 7% RADIO CRP.30*273 9 8% 8%+ %
80% 66% Radio di 3% 11 «* ** H
15314 8 R&dio-K-O .15e 81 8% 8% 8%
26% 15 tRR Sec I C Stk 1240 28% 25% |7%+2%
41 28% Raybestos-M le 11 30 29* |9%- %
32 17% Rayonierlnc V«e x46 25% 23% 25%+2%
38% 31 Rayonler Pi 2 7 32% 31 32%
22% 16% Reading I *« 1® 1*£ ^ *
187* 9% Real Silk H ,60a 2 12 11% 11%
16% 11 Reeves Bros 1 13 12% 12 1**+ £
14% 12 Reisprpll1* 5 12 12 12 %
17% 10% Peiiance Mf* 1- 7 10% 10% 10% %
17 12% Rem Rand lb 58 14 13% 14 + *
33% 24% Reo Motors 2'*a 18 27% 26 27 + %
9% 4% Rep Aviation 57 8% 8 8%+ %
8% 3% Republic Picture 42 4 3% 3% %
15% 9% Repub Piet pi 1 17 9% 9% 9% %
30% 22% Repub Steel la 259 25% 24 2-%+%
24% 14 Revere C & B1- 38 18 16% 17%+1
11% 6% Rexall Drug-110 6% 6% 6%+ *
39 19% Reyn Metals 1* 23 23% 21% 22%+ *•
16% 8% Reynold* Spring 12 9% 9% *%+ %
44% 36% Reyn Tob B .45e 81 39% 38% 39%+ *
104 85 Reynl T pi 8.60 13 93 91 91 2
25% 19 RheemMIgl.60 10 23 22% 22%+1
aa iasssfii^iSe» « m »
4
8% 7VI R0D-PU1 con.ou *o a rvt 'T»— w
24% 21% RbtshFlpfl.1874 3 21% 21% 21%+%
20% 15% Rongon Art 1.20* 3 16% 16 1«%+ %
24% 19 Kbyal Type .40e 13 20% 19% 20 + %
60% 42% Ruberoid 7 60 57 59%+3%
26% 16% Ruppert Jl» .. 13 16% 16% 16%-%
26% 20 SAFEWAY ST 1 29 20% 20 20%+ %
55% 40 St Jos Lead 2*. 33 43 41 43 +1%
12% 5% 8t I. San Fran 261 10% 9% 10 + %
37% 18 St L SanFran pf 93 37% 35% 36%+l%
99% 66 +St L Southwest 120 90 79 90+10
12 9 St Regis Pap .00x50 9% 9% 9%+ %
98% 80 tstRegls pf4.40 500 81% 80 81 +1
11% 7% Savage Arms Vie 22 9% 9 9%+ %
55% 23% Schenley Distl 2 130 30% 28% 29 + %
49% 40% Scott Paper 2.20 12 43% 43 43%+l%
18% 13% Scranton Elec 1 12 14% 14% 14%
24% 11% Seab Air Line . 51 16% 15% 16%+ %
55 39% SeabAirL pf2'ie 11 46% 45% 46 +1
19% 15% seabrd Pin ,35e. 5 16 15% 16 - %
44% 23 Seabrd Oil .90*. 44 40% 38*4 40*4+2%
10% 5% Seagrave Corn 4 5% 5% 5%
40% 30% SeariRoebck 1*247 34% 33% 34%+%
16% 11 Seeger Ref ,20e_ 44 12% 12 12%+ %
16% 6% Seiberling Rub .12 7% 7% 7%- %
167* 10% Servel Inc 30g 27 12 11% 11»4+ %
30% 20% ShamrO&G 1.20 17 27% 26% 27%- %
40% 24% Sharon Steel 2. 23 33% 31 33 +2
33% 18 Sharp & Doh 1. 26 207* 20% 20%+%
21% 14% Shattuclc PG la 17 14% 14% 14%+ %
22 11% 8heafTerPen.40a 3 13 12% 13 + %
35% 24% ShellUnOil 2'/4* 111 33% 32 33 +1%
9% 6% Sheraton Cp .40 22 6% 6% 6%- %
6% 4 Stiver Kina C 10 5% 5 5
41 27% Simmons Co V*e 43 30% 29% 30 + %
18*4 14 Sinclair Oil 1 a .192 16% 16 16%+%
.17% 65 Skelly Oil 2 Vag *6 106 97% 109
*3 15 Sloas-SStl 1.20g 11 20% 20 20 + %
62% 36 Smith(AO) Cp 1 7 53% 52% 53%+l
35% 22% Smlth&Coron 2 * 22% 22% 22%- %
39% 29% SmithASonl.40a 9 3* 33 33%+l
17% 13% Soconv-Vac.SOa 555 15% 15% 15%-%
5% 3% Sou AG&P .20g 29 4% 4 4 + %
8% 5% So Caro E&G % 11 6% 6% 6%- %
56 37% So P Rico Su*4a 13 42% 41% 41'*+ %
22% 14% SoeastGrey 1.60 7 16 15% 15%+%
34% 27 So Cal Ed is 1 % 19 29 26% 29 + %
28% 22 Sou Nat Gas 1% 27 22% 22 22%-%
51 34% Southern Pac 4 150 49% 48% 48%+l%
50% 28 Southern Rwy 3 78 38% 36% 38%+2%
77 57% South Ry of 6 - 16 62 60% 62 +1%
20% 15 Spalding la ... 17 16% 15'* 16%-%
7% 4% Sparks-W 10e 23 4'* 4% <%+ %
14% 6 Spear* Co -. 9 7 6% 7 + %
31% 23% Spencer Kell 2 13 29 28% 28%+ %
24% 16% Sperry Crp l%g 93 24% 22% 23%+l%
17% 8 Spiegel Inc 88 10% 9 10 +1
18% 13% SquareD Co .80a 9 17% 17 17%+'*
45% 27 Squibb & Sons 1 10 27% 27 27%- %
37% 23% Stand Brands 2 64 26 25% 25%- %
36% 17% Std G&E S4 of 191 25% 23% 25 +1%
14% 81 StdG&ESBorpf 13 95% 88"* *S%+5%
25 89 Std G*E$7pr Pf 28 108% 100% 108%+8%
63 50% Std Oil Cal le._281 61 54% 60%+5
44% 37% Std Oil Ind 2 185 39% 38% 38%-%
80 63 Std Oil N Jer 4g 335 73% 69% 72%+2%
31% 23% std OilOhlo 1‘* 140 28 26% 27%+%
17% 10% Std Stl Sprg V.e *5 13% 13% 13%- %
49 39% StdStlSprng Pl2 2 39% 39% 39%-l%
47 37 Starrett L S 3 4 36% 37% 38%+ %
18 12 SterchiBrSt la. 14 13% 12% 13%+%
49 33 Sterling Drug 2 87 34% 33 33%
04% 88 SterlingDpf 3% 3 91% 91 91 - %
36% 29% Stevens JP 2a . 72 30% 29% 29%-%
19% 13% Stew-Warn y.e 19 14% 13% 14+%
24% 14% Stok-VCamp 1. 20 16% 16 16%
21% 19% Stokley VC of 1 19 19% 19% 19%+ %
17 10% Stone* Web lg 37 13% 13 13 + %
25% 16 Studebaker V.e. 95 20 18% 19%+ %
15% 10% Sun Chem .80— 12 10% 10% 10%+ %
75% 51 Sun Oil lb- 20 53% 52% 53 + %
12% 7% Sunray Oil %g .120 10% 10 10%+ %
45% 32% Sunshine Bisc 3. 14 37% 36% 37 +1
13% 8% Sunshine M .40. 43 10% 9'* 10%+ %
24% 17% Superheater la. 19 21% 20% 21%+1%
60 101% 8UP Oil Cal le—x 8 152 149% 151 +3
24% 13" Superior Stl la. 16 17'* 16% 17%+1%
47 36 Sutherld Pap 2a 13 40% 39 40%+2%
21% 14% SweetsCoAm le. 3 16 16 16 - %
37'* 30% Swlft&Co 1.60a x76 36% 35% 35%+ %
27% 18% Swift Inti ... 91 19% 18% 19%+ %
28% 18% Sylvan Elec 1.40 37 20% 19% 20 + %
10% 5% Syming-Gld V«g 27 6% 5% 6 + %
7% 3% TELAUTOGRPH 2 4% 4% 4%+ %
20% 13% Tenn Coro la.. 23 16% 16% 16%-%
68% 53% Texas Co 3- -. 240 56% 53% S6%+2%
24 10% Tex Gif Pr ,70g.l54 22 20% 20%+%
58% 46% Tex Gulf Sul 2a 23 55% 54% S4%+ %
47% 21% Tex Pac C&O la 94 44% 41 44%+2%
37% 15% TexPL.Tl.30g 91 34% 32% 34%+1%
16* 13 Textron l*.l- ■>» _
21* 12* Thatcher G1 .60 xl2 13 12* 12*+ *
59* 41 tThtcher PI2.40 x420 43 42 42 +1*
13* 9* ThermoidCo .80 14 9* 9* 9*- *
14* 6* Third Ave 3 9 ®J+ ®*- *
24* 16* ThomasSt 1.40a 13 21* 21* 21*+ **
16* 10 Thomp JR 15e x 2 10* 10* 10*
59* 38 ThmpsonProd le 13 47 44* 46*+2*
.06 85 tThomn Prol 4. 40 91* 90* 90*-l*
7* 3* Thompson-Star 6 4 3* 4 + *
25* 18 TideWatOll 1.20117 21* 20* 21+ *
.08* 94 tTide Wat pI33/» 3 98* 97* 97*
21* 15* Timken Axle Vie 51 19* 18* 18*
53* 40* Timk Roller 3s 17 48* 47 47*+ *
15*. 10* Tmsamerlca Via 26 12 11* 12 + *
22* 13* Trans & W Air 85 20* 18* 19*+1*
20* 14 T^ansu&WlVig. 4 16* 15* 16*+ *
7* 5* Tri-Con Cp Vis 140 6* 5* 6*+ *
15* 12* Truax-Tra 1.20 20 14* 14* 14*+*
38* 19 TwentC-Fox3.130 20* 19* 20*+ *
48 34* 20thC-Fx nil Vi 9 34* 34* 34*- *
.04 92 20thCFpr pf4Vi 2 92 92 92 -1
16 6* Twin City R Tr 2 7 7 7 + *
51* 30 tTwin Cty pr2Vi 140 31 30* 30*- *
17* 9* Twin Coach-24 12* 12 12 - *
15* 1<P* UDYLITE 1- 9 11* 10* 11*+1*
58* 43* Underwood 4s 13 49 47* 49 +*
15* 9* UnAsb & R 70a 12 10* 10* 1°*“ *
37* 25* Union Bag 2a-. 45 31* 29* 31*+*
10* 89* Un Carbide le 114 , ***
15 105 tUn El Mo p(4Vi x90 109 107* 107*- *
27 20 Un Oil Cal 35e. 80 23* 22* 23*+ *
65 120 Un Pacific o'ie- 18 163* 154*161 +7*
11 97* Un Pacific pi 4 10 100 98* 100 +1*
38* 30 un Tank Car 2a 20 34* 31* 34 +2
28* 15* Unit Air Lines 113 18* 17* 18 + *
.20* 75 Unit AirLpI 4Vi 6 85 84 85 +3
26* 16*UtdAircraItlVigl89 26* 24* 25*+*
24* 18* Unit Biscuit 1 a 17 22 19*. 21*+2*
19* 12 UtBrd&Crtn Vie 5 14 13* If +
35 28* Unit Carbon 2 37 30* 29* 29*-l*
8* 3* Unit Cigar Whal 60 4* 3* A + *
4* 2* Unit Corp 300 2* 2* 2*+ *
53* 41 Unit corn Pi 3 29 43* 42* 43 +*
20 11* Utd Elec Coal 1. 29 19* 19* 19*+ *
43* 33 Unit E & F 3<e.. 22 42* 39* 41 +1*
59* 44* United Fruit 2 111 51* 50 51
24* 20 Ut Gas Im 1.30a 12 22* 21* 22*+*
19* 12* Unit M A M la 98 16* 15* 15*+ *
23* 15* US&ForSecl .35g 67 20* 18* 19*+1*
L06 91 tUSdt FrS pI4*160 95* 91 91 -4*
20* 12* U S Freight lVig 2 16* 16* 16*+ *
L07* 86 us Gypsum 2a. 15 97* 95* 96*+2*
196*171 tUS Gyps pi 7 120 174 173 173 -2
33* 13 US Hoff Mch 3ag 1« If* 13 14*+ *
53* 37 US Indust Ch 2 8 38* 37* 38*+*
9* 5* U S Leather Vie 6 7* 6* 7*+ *
39* 25* US LeatherA Vie 13 34* 34* 34*- *
24* 16* US Lines 2Vi - 170 20* 19* 20*+*
46* 35 US Pipe&F 2.80 27 45 43 f+'^+l*
73 46* U S Play Cd 2a. 2 53 51* 51*- *
39 23* U S Plywood la_ 42 29* 28* 29 + *
60* 40* U S Rubber le . 74 42* 41* 42*+ *
165 127* US Rubber lpI8 7 134 131 131 -3
51* 38* US Sm RdcM VgB 27 47 42* 46 +4
81 66* US SRdtMDiaVi 5 68* 67* 68 -2
80 61* U S Steel 1 Vie .229 75* 73* 75*+l*
l50 133 US Steel pi 7 x31 137* 134* 134*-1
23 17* USTobac 1.20 33 19* 19 19 - *
8* 5 Utd Stkyds ,40g « 5* 5* 5*- *
L09* 93 Utd Stores pi 6 x 1 93 93 93 + *
12* 8 Un Strs 2dpi lg 40 10 9* 9*+ *
10* 5 Utd Wallpap Vis 50 5* 5 5 - *
52 31* Ut Wallpap pi 2 1 31* 31* 3l*-2*
11* 4* Unlv Lab 5 4* 4* 4*
23* 20 Uni* Leal Tob 1 3 20* 20* 20*
29* 12* Univ Fieri - 27 13* 12* 13*+1
91* 56* tUniv Pic Dl 4V*370 59 57 57*-l*
18* 13* VAN NORM Vie 18 14* 13* 14
26 24* Van Raalte n'ah 10 25* 24* 25*- *
22 13* Vanadium '»e 27 16* 15 16 +1
20* 12* Vert-C Sugar 2 22 13* 12* 13 - *
39 25 Viekchem 1.20a 5 26* 25* 26 +1
50* 35* VicCmWorkl34g 36 44* 42* 44 +1*
10* 5* Va-Oaro Chero 24 9* 8* 9*+ *
L12 69 Va-Caro pi l'.ik 3 105* 102 105*+5*
16* 14 Va El&Pw r 1.20 103 16* 15* 16*+ *
121 107* tVa El di P pi 5 380 114 112* 113 + *
20 18 tVa Iron CdtC PI210 19* 18* 19
45 34* Va Railway 2Vi 9 37* 37 37*+*
40 31* Va Rail Dl 1* H 32 31* 31*
38 31 ViskinsCrp 1.60 2 33 33 33
75* 57 WABASH pi 4V4 3 64 64 64
17* 13* Waldorl la _ 2 14* 14* 14*+ *
36* 29* Walgreen 1.00 - » 32 31* 31*-1
[09 100 iWalgr+en pi 4 70 103* 103 103*+ *
24* 17* WalkerG&W 1* 89 22 20* 21*+*
13* 7* Walworth Co ’is 1» 9* 9* 9*+ *
19* 10* Ward Bak 1.35g 18 11* 11* 11*+ *
18* 11* Warner Bro 1 Vi 142 11* 11* 11*+ *
36* 21 Warren Fndry 5 28* 26* 27 + *
25* 22* Warren Pet ,20hl82 24* 23 24* + l*
l30 99 tWPetpIcldF33< 720 123* 117* 123*+9*
27 19* Wash GasLt 1 * 10 22 21* 22 +1
23* 17* Waukesha Mot 1 2 18* 18 18*+ *
26* 19* Wayne Knit Vie 7 20* 19* 2C*+ Va
12* 5* Webster Tobac 28 5* 5* 5*- *
-.iTZ _n.i l.a 18 47* 43V* 47*+4
90 8334 twesson Oil pf4 3 85% 84% 05 - %
34% 21% WstlndSunHia 51 23 2134 23
17 15 West Pen El Ue 108 1534 15 15%+ %
.21% 112% 'Wl Penn El of? 2 11* H* + 116 + 34
.12% 10334 tW» Penn El Pffl 9° 107% 106 107 -1%
.16% 106% tw PenPw Pf4% 5 108% 106% 106%— %
47 32% WVa PuIP&P la 11 *3% 42 43
.13 103% twVaP&PpI4% x50 103% 103% 103%+ %
184 534 Weatern Air Lin 19 8% 7% 8 + 34
75% 38 WestAutoSup 3 39 39% 38% 39%+ 34
11% 4 Western Md 44 10% 934 10%+ %
35% 934 Westn Md 2d Pi 6 31 30 30 +1
;l% 26% West Pactflc 3 xl7 32 30% 32 +2%
90 65 West Pac Df ft 1 71lA 71Vfr 7L*AA11/a
26*4 17 West Union Tel 107 20Vi 19V* 20Va+ 7A
384 27% Wsting Air Bk3g 55 36% 35% *«2+l£
31 22% Westing Elec 1 140 28% 26% 28%+l%
LOT 88n tWst El Pi A 3 % 170 90% 8934 90 -1%
L0634 984 WstngElPfB3 80 9 97 94% 94%-2%
55 30 Weston El In 2. * 32% 31% 3134+ %
4334 26 Westvaco 1.40 . 30 40% 38% 3834— %
L02% 82% tWestvaCnf334 310 90% 8934 90 + %
53% 31 Wheel Steel 34e 48 42% 384 4134+3%
101% 90 tWheelStl prpffi 290 90% 90 90 - %
34 26% White Dent l'iax 2 27 26% 27 + %
29% 19% White Motor la 14 22 21 31%
17J+ aiA White Sew U 16 114* 11*/^ AlTtr H
12% 5% Wilcox 011 .20a 14 10% 934 10%+ %
13% 6% Willys-Overiand 62 9 8% «%
6434 51% Willy* Ov pf 4% 3 58 97% 5734+1%
17 10% Wilson&Co 13«exl95 184 14% 1+34- %
99% 87% Wilson pf 4V« 4 88 87% 8734- %
20 16 Wll-Jones 134* - , * 1JJ4 17 17-%
19 15% Wise Elec Pwr 1 xl32 16% 1534 1*34- 34
35 30 Woodward iron 39 31% 30 30 -1%.
53 43 Woolworth 2a 79 46 45 45A+, 4
68% 48% Worth Pump 2a 20 60% 59 **+■+! *
LOO 83 rWPMcvprpf4%120 8634 85 86 +2
70% 62 Wrigler W Jr 3a 8 6534 65 65 1
18% 8 Wyand Wor 40a * 10% »% +0 4
45 30 YALE * TN V*e 34 31% 30 *0 1
1634 10% York Corp % 10 1234 12% 1234+%
23% 14% Young S & Wl 6 18% 17% 184+4
83 5334 Young Sh&T 4a 81 73% 70 73 4+3
21% 15 YngstStlDoor la 30 17 16% 18% A ^
25 14% ZENITH RA 1 g 24 2234 20% 22 4+14
10% 5% Zonite Prod-40g 26 6 534 5 4
innit of trading, 10 shares. *In bankruptcy or re
-iti+Vhm or being reorganized under the Bankruptcy
art nr seci?rit“i assumed by such companies. Rate*
.^dividends in the foregoing table are annual dis
bursementsbased on the last quarterly or semiannual
declaration. Unless otherwise noted, special or extra
dividends are not included, x Ex dividend, xr Ex (
ptvhtK m. Also extra or extra*, b Plus stock dividend,
d c.sh o? stock e Declired or paid so far this rear ,
t Payable In stock, estimated cash value on ex dividend
ssfafsi&a&a‘t issssasr*
Nicolson Is Succeeded
By Son as Head of
D. C. Paper Mills
By Edward C. Stone
G. L. Nicolson, president of Dis
;rict of Columbia Paper Mills. lne„
3eorgetoWn, since 1900, has retired
ind been elected chairman of the
uoard of directors, it was announced
yesterday.
He has been succeeded as presi
ient by his son, L. D. Nicolson who
!ias been vice president, secretary
ind treasurer for many years. At
the same meeting W. W. Langtry
s’as re-appointed vice president in
:harge of sales and H. T. Nicolson,
rice president in charge of produc
tion, was also made secretary and
treasurer.
Two new directors were elected,
James M. Johnson oi the investment
firm of Johnston & Lemon, and J.
R. McMullan, vice president of the
Riggs National Bank who succeeds
the late Hilleary G. Ho6kinson.
Bank Plans Remodeling.
Extensive remodeling and mod
ernization to cost in excess of $100,
MO will start tomorrow in the bank
ing quarters of the Union Trust Co.
at Fifteenth and
H streets N. W.t
President L. P.
Harrell a n
tiouneed yester
day.
The main
banking lobby
will be com
pletely remod
eled without
nterruption to
jusiness, includ
ing elimination
>f the present
:ype of cages,
;he work to be
larried out by
he Bank Building & Equipment
3orp. of America, bank designers
ind builders.
The contract calls for complete
ieparture from the super-ornate
ind ponderous type of architecture,
Vfr. Harrell stated. Modern type of
tellers’ windows, carpeted floor,
lighter color scheme, improved light
ing and acoustics will be among the
new features.
Mr. Harrell said the bank Is being
modernized to insure adequate
isorw4mrr r\f rananthf Innraa Klld
ness and to prepare for further an
ticipated expansion.
Banquet Chairman Named.
Howard E. Thomoson, secretary of
the Columbia Federal Savings &
Loan Association, has been ap
pointed general chairman of the
Banquet Com
mittee of the
District Build
i n g and Loan
League, E. L.
McAleer, presi
dent, announced
yesterday.
The annual
banquet will be
held at the May
flower Hotel,
March 37 and
will ,be limited
to 750 members
and guests, in
cluding leaders
h. e. Thompson, in business and
3overnment circles. Mr. Thompson
las served on many previous com
nittees planning these banquets.
Flather Heads Mergenthaler.
William J. Flather, jr„ head of
the mortage Arm of William J.
Flather, jr., Inc., has assumed his
new duties as president of the
Mergenthaler Linotype Co., taking
the place of Joseph T. Mackey who
retired.
Mr. Flather has been a vice presi
dent for some years and a director
since 1939. A prominent Washington
business man, he is a graduate of
Princeton, member of the Cosmos,
University, Metropolitan and Chevy
Chase Clubs and the Columbia
Historical Society. He is a former
director of the Community. Chest.
At the same meting in Brooklyn
Martin M. Reed was elected execu
tive vice president. He has been
secretary, is a lawyer and native of
Philadelphia.
Telephone Earnings Lower.
Net income of the Chesapeake &
Potomac Telephone Co. in Decem
ber totaled $147,002 against $248.
573 in December, 1946, the report to
the PUC revealed. Net for the full
year 1947, before interest and divi
dends, amounted to $2,387,028, com
pared with $3,464,303 a year ago.
Officials stated that at the end
of 1947 the company had spent $28.
wu.uw 1*1 *0 111U11L11A UI1 CA^UllMUIl,
which calls for a total outlay of
S70.000.000. Since July, 1945, there
has been an increase of 42,000
phones in service. In the same
period, employes have increased to
5,300. The company still has about
12,000 orders for phones which it
hopes to fill this year.
Capital Store Sales Drop.
Department store sales in Wash
ington for the week ending Satur
day, January 24, were 10 per cent
below a year earlier, and 11 per
cent behind the preceding week, but
were 2 per cent above a year earlier
in four weeks ending January 24,
the Richmond Reserve Bank re
ported. The weather was an im
portant factor in the lower sales.
The 67th annual statement of the
Washington Permanent Building
Association, Carl J. Bergmann,
president, lists total assets of *15,
531,789, with *14,000,000 in first
nortgage loans. The number of ac
:ounts reached a new peak.
Planning to attend the mid
winter conference of the American
Savings and Loan Institute, in New
Means, February 12-14, are William
H. Rippard, Joseph P. Burke, jr„
William E. Poulton. Hermann
Schwertner, W. Preston Hunt, Ray
nond C. Williams, Miss Anne Fague,
Donn B. Thomas, R. H. Sinclair,
MDeri uennam, worm Arnom.
The Washington-Baltimore Life
Insurance Sales Conference has
been set for Thursday, Februan
26, at the Shoreham Hotel, it was
innounced here yesterday. About
WO are expected.
Heard In Financial District.
W. T. Vandoren, newly elected
sresident of the Liberty National
Bank, is recovering from an opera
ion for appendicities.
C. A. Miller, agent of the Chicago
b Northwestern Railway In New
fork, has been made supervisor of
he agency in Washington.
Richard P. Dunn of Auchincloss,
Parker <b Redpath is one of the
[overnors of the Association of
Stock Exchange Firms, which meet#
n Atlanta February 12-14.
Daniel E. Casey, Washington tax
•xpert, and William P. Helm, widely
cnown writer and author of a |?i*
jgraphy of President Truman, ara
:oauthors of "Slash Those Taxes,”
ust published by Duell, Sloan <?*
fierce, Inc. The book contains most
nteresting facta about taxes.
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