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British Ambassador,
McDonald and Schram
Will Address IBA
By Edward C. Stone
Sir Oliver Franks, British Am-'
bassador to the United States; j
Harry A. McDonald, chairman of
the Securities and Exchange Com
mission, and Emil Schram, presi
dent of the New York Stock Ex
change, will address the 38th
convention of the Investment
Bankers' Association, to be held
in Hollywood, Fla., Dec. 4-9. it
was announced today by Presi
dent Hal H. Dewar.
Other additions to the program
are C. A. Evans, chairman. Na
tional Association of Securities
Dealers; Benjamin H. Griswold
III, president. Association of
Stock Exchange Firms; Dorsey
Richardson, chairman, Adminis
trative Committee. National As
sociation of Investment Compan
ies, and F. A. Truslow, president,
New York Curb Exchange.
The program will be devoted
to problems vital to the invest
ment banking industry. Many
V/ashington investment dealers
rill attend.
C. R. Whitaker Promoted.
C. R. Whitaker, assistant gen
eral purchasing agent of the
Southern Railway System at
Washington, will be appointed
assistant vice
p r e s i dent in
charge of pur
chasing and re
lated matters,
on December 1.
He succeeds the
late L. H. Skin- f
ner.
Born in Ashe
ville, N. C„ in
304, Mr. Whit
ker was edu
cated in Wash
rgton and
'ined the rail
aad staff in Mr- "hit.k.r
223 as a clerk. In January, 1930,
a became assistant to the gcn
,rl purchasing agent and took
is present position in 1934.
Pepco Earnings Increase.
Net income of the Potomac
rctric Power Co. for the first
re months of 1949 amounted to
.686.104 in comparison with
855,263 in the like 1948 period,
iris was equivalent to 95 cents
t share on the common stock
.ainst 72 cents a year ago.
perating revenues totaled $26.
17,505 compared with $23,432,
.80 in 1948.
The McLachlen Banking Corp.
is 58 years old today, it was an
ounced by L. P. McLachlen,
resident. The bank does a thriv
ing business in the main office
at Tenth and G streets N.W., and
operates a branch in its own
building at 12th street and Mary
land avenue S.W. Both L. P.
MeLachlen, the head of the in
stitution, and A. M. McLachlen,
another official, are former presi
dents of the District Bankers’
Association.
Foundry Plans Yule Bonus.
Christmas bonuses up to 15 per
cent of annual salaries and wages
will be paid all employes of Fred
S. Gichner Iron Works, Inc., 24th
and M streets N.W. Payments will
be based on length of service,
some employes having been with
the company between 40 and 50
years.
C. H. Gockeler of Ventnor, N.
J., a former District banker and
president of the Washington
Stock Exchange, is visiting the
financial district. He is a former
secretary of the Board of Trade
and the c&jest living chairman of
the Membership Committee.
In a review of Safeway stoqfc,
Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner &
Beane notes the company's strong
financial position and the recent
increase in common dividends
from 30 to 40 cents per share.
Safeway plans to construct ahout
1,000 retail store facilities in the
next five years and will keep a
*10.000,000 revolving fund for
that operation. The company re
ports comparatively low inven
tories.
Graham to Make Awards.
Assistant Secretary of the Treas
ury John S. Graham this evening
will present the Board of Trade
with the department’s distin
guished service award for support
of the United States Savings Bond
program; The awards will be pre
sented to President F. P. H. Sid
dons at Lissner Auditorium.
D. R. James and C. C. Miller,
head men in this area with the
H. J. Heinz Co., are attending a
national convention at Pittsburgh
headquarters.
Garflnckel common, at 17%, is
at the year’s peak. Hecht, Wood
ward & Lothrop and Peoples Drug
are close to their 1949 tops.
John W. Stone, State Bank of
Remington, has been named head
of Group III of the Virginia Bank
ers’ Association, and J. N. Barker
of Wakefield, chairman of Group
n.
Chicago Grain
CHICAGO. Nov. 28 MV—After estab
lishing another list of new seasonal peaks,
grains ran into resistance on the Board
of Trade today. Easiness cropped up
in soybeans, which fell back below the
previous close and spread to other pits.
Most grains, however, held above Sat
urday's finish. In the early trade new
seasonal highs were made by old crop
wheat, all deferred corn contracts and
all contracts of oats. The deferred
months of the latter grain were com
paratively strong. .
Wheat at noon was % lower to %
higher. December. 2.16%: corn was '/a-%
higher, December, 1.30%; oats were y.
lower to */• higher, December. 76V«: soy
beans were % lower to % hither, De
cember, 2.31%. and lard was 5 cents
lower to 6 cents a hundred pounds
higher. December, 10.32.
The market again had some export
business to feed on. Denmark purchased
200,000 bushels of corn for December
clearance from Baltimore. This was
believed to have cleaned up Denmark s
order of 2,000,000 bushels. Denmark
also bought some soybeans.
An elevator house which was high
bidder for cash corn over the week end
reported that the country failed to offer
any grain. This continued tightness in
the cash article served as a prop for
futures. __
Tobacco Markets
RICHMOND, Va„ Nov. 28IAV—Only
eight markets will hold auctions this week
on the old belt flue-cured tobacco circuit
after eight other markets wound up their
season’s activities during last week’s sales.
The markets which concluded sales last
week ewere Brookneal. Chase City, Ken
bridge, Lawrenceville and Petersburg, Va.,
and Madison, Mebane and Stoneville. N. C.
Only three sale days were held because
of Thanksgiving, and gross sales amounted
to only 6,874,500 pounds at an average of
842.61 per hundred, $1.64 below the pre
vious week:
The eleventh week of tales saw a con
siderably lower duality of offerings, while
average prices for most leaf grades were
$1 to $7 higher, other prices declining by
the same amount._
Metal Quotations
NEW YORK, Nov. 28 MV—Spot non
ferrous metals prices today: Copper, 18%
cents a pound, Connecticut Valley: lead.
17 cents a pound. New York; line, 9%
cents a pound, East 8t. Louis.
N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE
(Furnished by the Associated Press.)
Sales—
Stock and Add Net
Dividend Rate. 00. Hlkb. Low. 1:15. ch*e
ABBOTTL 1.80a 3 4634 4604 46‘4 + >/s
ACF-Brill Mot 4 20* 20* 20*
Acme Steel 3«h. 3 2004 20 20
Adams Exp 3 2134 2104 2104 + 34
Addressosr .1 6 42 42 42 +1
Adml Core 60* 4 290* 29 29
AdmiialCpwl 2 140* 140* 1404
AffllGasE 52* 17 9>/4 9 904 + >4
Air Reduction I 14 2104 2104 210a— 04
Alaska Tuneau 9 304 304 304
Alleanany Coro 14 204 234 234
Alleahnny Co of 8 63 6204 63 + 04
Allen Ind .Ii04 5 704 704 70*
Allied C&Dye fla 7 204 201‘4 20304 - *4
Allied Mills 2a 2 2904 2904 2904 + >4
Allied Stw 3 11 330s 3304 330*- 04
Allls-Chl 1 60a 18 3 304 3 1 31 - 04
AmeradaPet 3a 7 112 109 109 —43*
Am Aancul 3a 1 43 43 43
Am Airlines 24 904 90* 904 + 04
AmBankN 1 60a 2 2304 2304 2304
Am Brk Sh 104* 7 310e 31'4 3104
Am Cable & Rad 6 304 304 304
Am Can 3 15 1000s 9904 9904 - 04
Am OarAFdy 3l 7 2 204 2 204 2 2 04 - 04
Am Car&P of 7 1 6904 690* 6904
AmCACal 60a 3 2404 24 24 - 04
♦Am ChAC of 6 50 107V« 107 107>/i - 04
AmColt.vD I 2i.a 5 1904 1804 1904 +10*
AmCyanamd 2a 26 4704 470* 470* + 04
AmCyamdllOjpf 11105* 1103* 1100* — 04
AmEurupn 40a 1 19 19 19 — 0*
Am Export L 2 126 2104 200* 2104 + *
AmAPPwt *1 of 4 5804 5804 5804
AmAFPwr 2 of 4 1204 12V4 12*4 ~ *4
Am Gas A El 3 18 473» 4704 4704
Am HldeAL >4* 7 404 404 404
Am Home 1 20a 16 300* 290* 290* - 04
Am ini l 1 I <* 2 190* 190* 190*
A r>s I /spA ^ 40 19 140* 14 1404
Am MAFdv .80 x 6 123* 120* 1204 + '*
AroMArofa 00 30 79 79 79 +104
Am Metal la 2 3104 3104 3104+ 0*
AmNatGs 1 20 tr 30 3104 300* 31 - 0*
Am Nat Gas rt 227 0A« 04 04 -Vis
AmNewsCo 104a 6 35V4 340* 340* + 04
Am Power A Ll 39 14 1 334 1 37* — 0*
| Am PAL 6 of 8k 25 12004 11904 11904 - 04
Am PAl A of 5k 21 10104 10004 10004 - 04
Am Rad ASS 1 a 14 1404 1404 140*
Am SafeRaz 04 2 70* 70* 704 + 0*
Am Seatlne la 5 410* 390* 393* —10*
♦ Am Shin B 3a 1 40 40 40 - 04
Am SmARef 5k 16 5104 510* 5104
-A o Sm.eH of 7 10 1581/4 1581/4 15804 - 04
AmStlFdrs 2 4 0 12 2 204 2 204 2 204 - 0*
Am Sue Rel 4b 12 421/4 4204 4204 + 04
Am Suaar of 7 1 12604 12604 12604 - 04
Am Sum Tob 2 2 2004 2004 2004
Am Tel A Tel S 39 14634 1460a 14674 + 04
Am Tobacco :sa 5 74 7304 74
'Am Tob of 6 10 15104 15104 15104 + 04
Am Vhcose 3 5 69 6804 6804 - 04
Am Wat W 60a 6 8 73» 734
Am Woolen 110,* 3 240* 2404 240a
Anaconda C 2a 20 2804 281/4 2834— 04
'AnacWlre 104a 80 28 28 28 - 04
And-Pricn la 1 26 26 26
Andes Cooper le 1 1104 110* 1104
Archer-Dan 2 3 42 42 42
Armco Stl 2 04 11 263* 2604 263a
♦Armco Stl pf4V 60 8904 89 8*04 +U*
Armour A Co 17 7 674 7 + 0*
A -men r nrpf 3d 2 6414 6304 633*— 04
Artloom 1._ 3 9 834 834
'A so D Gist 6 60 1051/4 105 105 -104
A T F Inc 1 3 103* 1034 1034 - 04
Atl Const Line 4 2 360* 360* 360* — ‘A
Atl Reflnina 2 . 1 373* 370* 370* - 04
♦ Atl Ref ofB30* 10 9804 981/4 9804
Atlas Coro 1 60 2 220* 220* 22‘4 + 0*
♦Atlas Port 204* 1 4804 48 4804 + 04
Au'oCameen . 1 103* 103* 103*+ 04
Avco Mfk 30k 5 50* 50* 50*
Avco Mfk of 20* 4 381* 3804 3804
BABBITT I 20 1 1404 1404 1404
Baldwin Loco 1 11 10 904 93*
Balt A Ohio 1 804 804 804 + 04
B&Oof 2 17% 17% 17%
♦ Ban* * Ar of5 10 64 64 64 — %
Barnsdll O 3%g 1 52% 52% 52%
Beatrice Foods 1 29% 29% 29% + %
BeaunltMofl V«. 2 18% 18% 18%+ %
Beil Aire le 2 13% 13% 13%+%
Bendix Avia 2a 7 34% 34% 34% + %
Benef IndL 1 HD 4 26% 26% 26% - %
Bene In LS4014 1 100% 100% 100% + %
Benguet CnsMn 16 2% 2 2
o.-m Prod. •% 6 32% 32% 32%+%
Beth Steel 2.40 25 29% 29% 29% - %
BigelowS 2.40 1 23 23 23 - %
B'ackA-Oeck 2a 3 27 26% 27
Bliss E W l 6 12% 12% 12% - %
Boeing Alro 2g 5 22% 22 22
Hon Ami A 4 130 50% 50% 50% - %
BonAmiBl 45* 1 18% 18% 18%+ %
Bond Stors l3.4g 2 14% 14% 14*4+ %
Borden Co I SO* 7 48% 48% 48%
Borg-Warnr 4a 1 54% 54% 54% + %
Branlff Air 1 8 8 8 — %
Bridget Br 150 3 7% 7% 7*4 — %
BriggsMfg l%r 14 27% 27% 27% — %
Bristol-Mv 1.60 3 27% 27*4 27%
Bkln UnG 1 30* 1 33% 33% 33%+ %
Brwn&Bigelw 1 5 11% 11% 11% — %
Brown Bh 2.1 Or 1 37% 37% 37%+ %
Bruns-Bal-C 2g 3 19% 19 19 - %
Bucyrus-El 20* 4 18% 18% 18%
Budd Co 70* 3 10% 10% 10% + %
Bullard Colt. _ 2 17% 17% 17%+ %
Buiova Wtcb 3a 2 34 34 34 + %
BurlingtnM 1% 5 19 19 19 + %
Burr Add M .80 15 13% 13% 13% - %
Butler Bros 4 8% 8% 8%
•Butler of 4% 140 66 67 67 + %
CALLAHAN Z . 5 1% 1% 1%
Cainmrt & Hcc 4 4 4 4 + %
Campbell Wv 2. 1 18% 18% 18%+ %
CanDry GA .00 7 9% 9% 9%
TCan Dry of 4% 2 101 100% 101
♦Can Southn 3 10 38% 38% 38*4 —1
Canad Pac 1 %« 10 14% 14 14 — %;
Cao Adm A 35* 2 15% 15% 15%
♦Can Adm of 3 50 56 56 56 — %
Canital Airlines 1 8% 8% 6% + %
Caro P* & Lt 2 5 31% 31% 31%+ %
Case J13a . 3 43% 43% 43% - %
tCaae J I Df 7 20 146 146 146 +2
CaterDllTrac tb 7 33*4 33% 33%-%
Celanese 2 40 83 33% 32% 33%+1
tCelan 7% of 7 10 130 129 130 +1
Celotex Coro 1 5 18% 18% 18%
Cen Fdy .60* 2 9% 9% 9% + %
CentHudGas 52 5 9 8% 9 + %
Cen 111 Lt 2 20 4 35 34% 34*4
Cen RRNJA 2 9 9 9-%
Cent & SW .90 68 13% 13% 13%
Cerro de Pas3*© 2 18*4 18*4 18% — %
Certn-tdPd 60a 2 13% 13% 13%
Checker Cab 6 7% 7% 7% + %
Ches & Ohio 8 23 28% 28% 28% - %
C & O of 3% 1 79 79 79 — %
Ch! Coro 60 11 12% 12% 12% - %
Cbi&EIllAl* 2 9% 9% 9%
Chi Great West 3 12% 12% 12% + %
Chi Grr West Df 5 19*4 19 19 + %
Chi Ind & L A . 2 6% 6% 6% - %
Chi Ind & L B 4 3% 3% 3%
Chi Mil St P&P 3 6% 6% 65+ - %
ChlMSP&Po!4* 7 '8% 27V* 28%
Chi & N West 2* r 9% 9% 9% + %
Ch! & N W of 5 I 1% 24% 24%
ChiPneuTS3of3 2 4 54 54 + %
Chi R I&Pac 3 25 ;7% 37% 37%+%
Chi R IAP of 6 2 79% 79% 79% - V*
Childs Co .- 2 3% 3% 3%
'Chile COD 2* 70 31 31 31 -1
Chrysler 5*4* 75 61 59% 59V*- %
Cir G & E 1 40 4 31% 30V* 31%
CIT Finance 4 5 57% 57% 57% — %
City Prod 2% 3 29% 29% 29%+ %
City Stores 1.20 1 18 18 18 + %
tClevEl II Df 4 % 30 110% 110 110% + %
Cltmax M .70* 5 11 11 11
Cluett-Peab 2 . 4 23% 23% 23% - %
Co-sC-la 4* 1 161% 161% 161% +1%
Col Fuel&Ir la 12 14% 14% 14% - %
Col Fuel&Ir Dfl 3 16% 16% 16%-%
Colum Br A 1.40 6 25 24V* 24V* - %
Colum Gas % 79 11% 11 11 — %
colum Piet %« 2 12% 12% 12% - %
Colum Carbn 2 3 3C% 30% 30% - %
Col&SO El l 40 3 20% 20% 20*4
Comb Eng S 2 1 25% 25% 25% - %
Coml Credit 4g 3 58 57% 57%
sr-n - > r nf.i 60 110 104 104 104
Coml Sclvts 1% 3 17V* 17% 17%-%
C.imwthFd I 60 1 29% 29% 29% — %
Conde Nast 1 6 10% 10% 10% + %
Cong-Nalrnl'ia 1 28% 28% 28%+ %
„ns rnoorr 12 3% 3% 3% - %
Cons Edis l 00 4 26% 26% 26% - %
Cons Nat Gas 2 2 41 41 41 + %
Con-Textile *0 1 8% 8V* 8V* + %
cons Vuitee 49 9V* 9% 9% %
Cnnsum Pow 2 6 33% 33*4 33%
•ConsmP of4 *4 30 110% 110% 110% + %
"ontalner Co 3 1 39% 39% 39% - %
Cont Can la .. 3 35% 35 35%+ %
Cont Insur 2a . 1 70% 70% 70% + %
Cont Motor 20b 2 5% 5% 5%
Cont Oil Del 4 2 61 60% 60% - %
Crooer-Bess 2 T 22% 22% 22% - %
•CooDr-Bes of 3 10 53% 53% 53%-1
CoowldStl 1 20a 2 16% 16% 16% + %
Coro Prod 3 60 3 64*4 64% 64%
CornlnrGlae* % 4 27 27 27 — %
Crane Co 1 60a 1 28% 28% 28% - %
CrramerleaAm 1 1 13% 13% 13% + %
Crucible Steel 3 15 15 15
Cruc Stl pf 3%n 3 51% 51% 51% - %
Curtis Publish 2 «% 6% «%
Curtiss-Wri 1 *12 7% 7% 7%-%
Cutlr-Hml .20* 2 22|A 22% 22%
DANA COUP ' 1 13V4 4*
6.vi?chem 1* 2 2144 21% 21% + %
i oevtn Rub 90g 1 11% l«J 1W*
Here* Record % 1 8% ®J+
Deere & Co Re * 38% 37% 37% - %
nf 1 40 1 35% 35% 35%
Del As Hudson* 11 30% 29% 30%+%
n-. I.-ckAW V«* 1 7% 7% 7% — %
Del P &L 1 20 1 *1% 21% 21%-%
Den & ROW 2. 1 27% 27% 27% - %
Derby Oil 1.30*. 1 12% 12% 12% - %
Detroit Ed 1.20 J 21% ^
Detroit Edisrt. JJ* .*• ..
De Vilbiss H« - 1 12% 12% - %
D€VOC & R A 2 4 20 20 20 —
DiamMat ltta 13 33 32% 32%-%
Diem M of 11 - 1 3j£ 3j£- %
Diana Stores.60 2 8% 8% 6%
DistCD-S*1.03« e 16% 16% 16% - %
D‘vco Coro 1 60 2 12 12 12 + %
Dixie Cud 1% 3 38 37% 37%- %
♦Dixie Cud A2% 1 « 52 32 +1
Doehler-JrvsSa 2 36 35% 35%- %
Douglas Aire Ra 1 «3% 63% 63% - %
nir Chm l 60b 4 32% 52% £2%
tDwChm20f3<4 1 H2% H2% 112% + %
Dresserlndl .40 4 17% 1£* 17%+%
IJunblt Inti t 2 18% 18% 18% — %
Duplan Co Vab.. 1 14 14 14
5u Pont 2 lRh. 21 59% 59 59 - %
Du Pont of 4% 1123 123 123 - %
♦DUO Light of 6 10 114% 114% 114%
EAOLE-PT1.ro 1 17% 17% 17%
Eastern Air Line 16 14% 14% 14% + %
Eastern Co %o 3 15% 15% 15% + %
Best St Stl 1 Rg 1 8% 8% 8% - %
East Rod 1.70b 10 47% 47% 47% - %
Eaton Mtg 2 2 27% 27% 27%
tEdls Bro of 4 V< 20 92% 92% 9l% + %
El Auto-Lite 3 1 40% 40% 40%
Elec Boat 1 _ 3 14% 14% 14%-%
El&MusInd.09c 11 1% 1% 1%
Elec Btor Bat 2 1 39% 39% 39%
Klein NatW 60a 1 13 13 13 + %
Elliott Co la .. 2 *7% 27 27
Elliott c* of 2% 1 71 71 71 — %
El PssoNG 1.20 2 28% 28% 28%+%
EmerRad 1.20b 3 17% 17% 17%-%
EmoreDE11.21e 2 18% 18 18 + %
Endicott-Jl.eoa 1 34% 34% 34%+ %
Sates—
Stock and Add Net
Dividend Rate. 00. High. Low. 1:16. eh*e.
Eqult Off Bid* A 5% 5% 5% + %
EurekaWllllams 1 4% 4% 4%
Evans Prod_ 1 7% 7% 7% + Vi
Ever,ham 14 9% 9% *Vi - %
Ex-Cell-O 2.00 1 55% 54% 55% - %
FAJARDOS 2a. 17 24 24 24 + %
Falstafl Br ia 2 20 20 20 - %
Ft’Til'* Fin 1 20 2 14% 14% 14%+ %
FAR LiquldCp 9 % % %
Fedders-Quis 1 3 14% 14% 14% — %
FedMogul 1.00a 1 16 IS IS + %
Fed Mot Truck 2 4% 4% 4%
Federal DStrs 2 3 32% 32% 32% - %
Felt A Tari 40 2 10% 10% 10%
Fid Phoenx F2a 2 76% 7«% 76% - %
First Nat Sir 3a 1 64% 64'% 64% - %
Firth Carpet 1. 2 12% 12% 12%
Fllntkote 2a 15 28% 28% 28%
Florence Stv If 2 26 26 26 + %
FlorldaPw 1 20 4 17% 17% 17%+%
Pollansbee Id 2 10% 10% 10%
Food Fair .40a x 3 13% 13% 13% + %
Food Mach %b 5 27% 27 27 - %
Foster Wheel 1 2 28% 28% 28% - %
Prank Strs 00a 1 9% 9% 9%
Freeport Sul 5 . 2 57% 57% 57% + %
FroedertGAMl 1 15% 15% 15% - %
FruehaufTrall 2 2 19% 19% 19%
-Fru.-n»u( T of* 30 74 73 73 +1
GatrRobm.40a 2 7% 7% 7%
GambleSki.OUD 1 6% 6% 6%
Gardnr-D 1 40a 1 18 18 18 + %
Garrett Co la 1 161% 16% 16%+%
■Jar Wood Ind 3 4% 4% 4%
GenAmlnv 30* 1 18% 18% 18% + %
Gen Am Trns 3 2 47 47 47
OenBakin* 00a 1 10% 10% 10% - %
Gen Cable 70* 3 7% 7% 7%
Gen Elec 2a _ 28 40*% 40 40% - %
Gen Foods 2a 2 47 46% 46% — %
G-n Mills 2a 3 53% 53% 53% + %
♦ Gen Mills pf 5 230 128 128 128
Gen Motors 8* 34 66% 66% 66% - %
Gen OutA 1 30* 3 16 16 18
Gen Prt C 2%* 3 31% 31% 31%+%
Gen Precis Eq 1 1 13% 13% 13%
Gen PubSvc tie 1 3% 3% 3%
Gen Pub Util 1 17 16% 16% 16% + %
GenRy Signl la 2 18% 18% 18%
Gen Realty .40 1 6% 6% 6% + %
tGenStlC pfX2k 10 115% 115% 115%
Gen Teleoh 2 1 29% 29% 29% - %
GnTlmeCDl 00b 3 22% 22% 22% + %
Gen TAR la 2 18% 18 18%+ %
♦Gen TAR 3%pf 1 66 66 66 + %
Ga-PacPAL tip 1 8% 8% 8% - %
GilletteSaf 2%a 4 35% 35% 35%
' Gimbel Bros 1 4 15% 15 15 - %
I Gleanr Harv 2a 3 22% 22% 22% - %
Gltdden 1 00a 4 24 23% 23% - %
GoebelBrew 40* 3 9% 9% 9%
'Gold Stk Tei 0 10113 113 113 -1
Goodrich BF 4a 1 71% 70% 71% - %
GoodyearTAR4 1 40% 40% 40% - %
Goodyear of 5 2 103% 103% 103% - %
Graham-Pa lie 7 2% 2% 2%
GraniteCStl 2b. 2 26% 26 26 -%
Grant W T 1 1 27% 27% 27% - %
»OrantWTof3% 10 98% 98% 99%+1
Gray-Robin 1 1 14 14 14
GtNor IrOr 1 %* 1 13% 13% 13% + %
Gt No Ry o( 4 2 38% 38% 38%+ %
Gt Wt Su* 1.20. 3 18% 18% 16%+%
rGtWest8u* of? 10 136% 136% 136%
Green ■ L 2* 1 39% 39% 39% + %
Greyhound i 24 10% 10 10
♦Grerhnd of4% 10 98 98 98 - %
Drum Alrc 2* 5 17% 17% 17% + %
Gulf MAO W* 9 11% 11% 11% + %
Gu’fMoAOh 015 2 49% 49% 49% + %
Gulf Oil 3 14 64% 64 64% - %
Gulf St Ut 1.20. 7 21% 21 21%+ %
Hall Print la 2 14 14 14
Halliburtnl Via. 4 23% 23% 23%+ %
Ham!! Watch 1 1 12% 12% 12% - %
♦HamiltonW pf4 1 79 79 79 + %
Harb Wlkr l’i* 3 19% 19% 19%+%
Hazel-Atlas 1.20 3 23% 23% 23%-%
Hersh Choc 1 % 9 371,4 37% 37%
Hersh Choc pfA 13 52% 52% 52% - %
Hersh Choc pfB 4 51% 51% 51% + %
Hcvnen Chcm 11 16% 16% 16% + %
HindeAD 1.20a. 2 15 15 15
Hires C E I .1 12% 12% 12% - %
HollandFurnJa. 2 28 28 28 - %
Homestlce 2V«t. 3 46% 45% 46*%+ %
Hooket El I 30 1 27% 27% 27% - %
Houd Hersh 1 _ 5 12% 12% 12%
Houd-Her of2% 5 33% 33% 33% + %
Household F 2b. 6 40% 40% 40% - %
Houston Oil 2 6 38% 39 39 - V«
Howard 8trs 1 % 1 14% 14% 14% — %
Hudson A Man 16 10% 10% 10% + %
Hud>on A M of 6 17 16% 17 + %
Hudson Bay 4 . 4 40 39% 40 + %
Hudson Mot la 7 12% 12% 12%
Hunt Poods %P 3 8% 8% 8%
Hupp Coro 1 1% 1% 1%
IDAHO PW 1 80 1 35% 35% 35%
111 Power 2.20 1 36% 36% 36% - %
IndustRayonSb 8 48 47% 48
Inland Steel 2 7 37% 36% 36% - %
Insp Cop lVat 1 13% 13% 13%
Interchem 1.20 4 17% 17% 17% + %
Interlakelr 1 1 11% 11% 11% - %
IntHarvstl.40a 5 27% 27% 27%
Int Hydro El A 9 S% 6% 8% + %
IntMinAChm 2 2 32 32 32 - %
Int Niekl 1.60a. 3 27% 27% 27%-%
Int Paper 4a . 5 84% 63% 64% + %
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Int Tel A Tel 2 8% 8% 8% - %
Int TAT fora ct 7 8% 8% 8%
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JACOBS PL „ 2 5% 5% 5%
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Johns-Mnv 2-it 2 43% 43% 43%
JonesALS 2.60b 1 27% 27% 27% - %
tjones A L of 5 110 83 83 83 — %
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Kelser-H A 1% 3 20% 20% 20%+%
Kelsey-H B 1% 5 17% 17% 17% + %
Kennecott 4( _ *17 50 50 50 +1
Keystne SAW lxl 15% 15% 15% - %
KODDera Co 2 2 28% 28% 28% - %
Krette S 8 2a 1 40% 40% 40%+ %
Kress 8 H 2a 3 58% 59% 59% - %
LACLEDE G.20 4 7% 7% 7%
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LeesABn I 40a 4 18% 18% 18% + %
Leh C A N %t . 1 7% 7% 7% + %
Leh Port Cem 2 1 46 46 46 + %
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Leb Val RR 4 4% 4% 4%
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Life Sav 2 20a 1 36 36 36 + %
Lite A My 4a 1 S5% 85% 85%
Lima Hamll 60 9 7% 7% 7% - >4
Lion 011 1 % x 1 30% 30% 30% + %
Llauid Carb lb 2 14% 14% 14%
Lorkhd Aire 2 8 23% 23% 23% - %
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Louis A N 3.52 7 32% 32% 32% - %
' owensretn 2 2 23% 23% 23% - %
Mack Trucks _. 22 10% 10% 10% - %
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Maema Cop v„p 3 14% 14% 14%
Maanavox 85 9% 8% 8 - %
Marathon 1.40 5 22% 22 22% + %
Marina Midi 40 13 8% 8% 8%
Marsh Field 2 12 21% 21% 21% - %
'Win r. L 19 9% 9% 9%
Master Elec 1 _ 7 14% 14 14% + %
Math Chm 2%f 11 43% 43 43% + %
May Dept St 3 4 47 46% 47
Mavtat Co 1 a 9 11% 11% 11%+%
Mavtar of 3 1 39% 39% 39%+ %
McCall C"ro 2 2 20% 20 20
McGraw El 3a . 7 40% 39% 40% +1%
McIntyre 2.01a 7 58% 58% 58% — %
Mead CD 1 Vic _ 7 14% 13% 14%+%
*MeadCoof4V» 10 88 88 88 -1
MelvilleSh 1 80 2 23% 23% 23%-%
Mercant Sirs 1 1 13% 13% 13% - %
Merck A Co 1 % 5 39% 39% 39% + %
MerckACorypfe 1 118 118 118 +1
Mer-ittCASI fl0 2 20% 20% 20%
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Mid-Cont Pet 3 9 40% 40% 40-/4 - %
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Mullins Mia la 7 12% 12% 12% + %
Munslnewear . 3 9% 9% 9%
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Nat Cash Ra 2a 1 36 36 36 + %
Nat CityLloe s lxl 6% 6% ®% + %
NatContain *i* 2 6% 6% 6% + %
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Nat Linen «0 1 7% 7% 7% + %
Nat Steel 3V«X 1* *3 *3 *3 -1
NatSut.nUl.60a 2 15% 13% 15%+%
Nat Vul Fiber 1 1 11 11 11 + %
Newberrr J i 2 137% 37% 37% - %
N Ena El Sya .80 23 10% 10% 10% - %
Newot Induat _ 3 10% 10% 10%+ f*
NewntNwsS 2a 7 30% 30 30%+ %
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NY Chi & St L 2 81 60% 60%-1%
N Y N H * Hert 3 6% 6% 6%
N Y N H * H of 13 29% 29% 29% + %
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Noma Elec Vii - 1 J% 9% 9% — %
Nonco Ch 1.60*. 3 25 24% 24%—%
NortS West 3a 4 31% 51% 51% - %
NO Am Avia Vi. * 10% 10% 10% - %
Nor Am Co lb 22 19% 19% 19%
NoNatQas 1.80. 9 37% 37% 37%-%
NorPaciflc 1 V4» * 1J
Nor8tPow 70 107 10% 10% 10%
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NorthwAnfl .16 3 17% 17% 17H- %
♦Northwn Tel 8 60 36 36 36 + %
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Oliver Coro 2a 6 23% 23% 23% + %
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Omnibus Con 2 9% 9% 9%
Otis Kiev 2Vi* .. 4 36% 36% 36% — %
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Pae Llshtlns 8 4 51 *0% 50%
P.i Mills 3Vi* * »%
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Parke Dav 1.40. Id 34% 34% 34%
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Peabody Cl .70* 1 6% 6% 6% + %
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Peon OasLdsC 6 14 121% 121 121% - %
Penal-Cola .20* 28 8% 8% 8% - %
Petrol CD 36a 3 12% 12 • 12 — %
Pfeiffer Brew 3b d 28 28 28
Pflrer C&C 2a 3 51% 51% 51%-%
PhelDf Dodae 4 11 46% 46% 46% - %
• Phil C 6% of 8 570 53 52% 53 -%
Phil* Elec 1.20 4 24% 24% 24%-%
Phil El SI of 1 4 25% 25% 25% + %
PhdsRCitl 2%r 2 14% 14% 14% + %
Philco Coro 2.. 2 29% 29% 29%
Pn'lio Mor ’-a 9 51% 51 51 — %
PhilliDS Pet 3 22 58% 57% 57% - %
PllUbury Mills'! 1 31% 31% 31%
tpilli Mills of 4 10105 105 105 +1
Pitt Con Cl 3 2 30 29% 29% - %
PittsPIGIs 1%* 1 36% 36% 36%-%
Pitt Screw .80* 7 7 7 7
tPtttStl Bof8V«k310 67% 66 66 -1%
Plttaton Co 1 3 23 22% 22% - %
PlymouthOll 3b 1 41 41 41 — %
Pot EJtc Pw 90 1 15% 15% 15% + %
PressedStI Car 4 7% 7% 7%
PressStlC of2% 1 29% 29% 29%
Proc to Gam 2a 6 81% 81% 81% + %
PubSv Col 2 60 5 46% 46% 46%
PbSvcE&Gl 60 8 24% 24% 24%+ %
PbSvE&Gpf4.08260 104 103% 103% + %
PSEAiG of 1.40 6 28% 28% 28% + %
rPv.bllckr of4% *90 81 80% 80% + %
Pullman 2_ 10 33% 33% 33%+ %
Pure Oil la _ 20 30% 30% 30%-%
RADIO CRP%* 25 12% 12% 12%
Radio CD of 8% 2 73% 72% 73%+ %
Radlo-K-0 4Bo 16 7% 7% 7%
Raybeat-M2%* 2 28% 26% 28%+ %
Ravonier Ine 2 2 24% 24 24% + %
Ravonier of 3 1 31% 31% 31%+ %
"ea-lrr Co 2 1 19% 19% 19% - %
Reed Roll 1.20b 1 16% 16% 16%-%
Rem-Rand 1 25 11% 11% 11% + %
Reo Motors .. 1 6% 8% 8% + %
Republic Plct 6 3% 3% 3%
RepubPlc pf’Ak 2 9 9 9 + %
Re cub Steel la *9 24% 24 24% - %
Revere CAB 1.. 12 14% 13% 14
Rexall Drua 16 4*A 4% 4%
ReynldsSDiinc 2 8% 8% 8% - %
RyndTobBISOa 109 38% 38 38%
RheemMfal 60 9 18% 17% 18% + %
Richfield Oil 2 _ 5 38 37% 38
Roan A C 72* 7 4% 4% 4% + %
Rob-Fulton 80a 11 10% 10% 10%
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St L San P of 6 7 39% 36% 39%+ %
St Reals P 60 28 7% 7% 7% — %
SavaaeArms la. 2 13% 13% 13%+ %
Schenley Ind 2 30 30% 30% 30%
Scranton Elec 1 4 13% 13% 13% - %
SeaboardAlrl la 6 16% 17% 16% + %
Seabd A L of 6 1 56 56 56
Seabrd Pin 1 80 3 19% 19% 19% + %
Seabd Oil 1 60a 1 51 51 51 - %
Sears- Roeb 2a 16 42% 42% 42%
Seeaer Refr la 1 15% 15% 15%
Selberllna Rub 1 5 5 5 — %
Servel Inc _ 11 9% 9% 9%
Shamrock 1 60 7 27% 27% 27% - %
Sharon Stl 2 .. 2 23% 23% 23% - %
SharoedrD 8B« 33 37% 35% 37%+1%
Shattuck ,40a _ 1 9% 9% 9% — %
SheafferPen 40a 1 14% 14% 14%+ %
Shell 011 1* 6 38% 38% 38% - %
Sinclair Oil 2 17 22% 22% 22%
Sloss-Shef Stl * 10 21 21 21
Smith A 01.60 4 28% 28% 28%
SmlthAI&Sl .20 2 22% 22% 22%-%
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Solvav Am of 4 2 106 106 106 + %
SoCaroE&G .80 14 9% 9% 9% + %
SoPortRS6.31* 5 39% 39% 39% - %
SoeastGreyl 20 5 11% 11% 11%
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SouthernCo 80 6* 118* 118* 118* + V*
Sou Nat Ga« 2.x* 358* 358* 358*
South Facie B . 1* *38* *5 45l*
South Railwy 4. 7 31‘/« 31 31',*+ 8*i
SoarkaWt'hlnt 1 48* 48* 48* + 8*
Spencer Kell 2 1 24% *48* *484+ >*
Sperry Coro 2 . 14 268* 26 268* — 8*
Spieael Inc 3 88* 68* 68*
'Solegel of 484 150 708* 70 70
SouibbASonsla 1 328* 328* 328* + >*
Std Brands 1 20 3 208* 208* 208* + 8*
Std G & El $4of 12 458* 458* 458* - 8*
StGAES7 or 7k 8 152 151 151 - 8*
Std Oil Cal 4b 8 668* 658* 458* - 8*
Std Oil Ind 2b 14 448* 448* 448*
Std Oil N J 4b 25 678* 67V* 678* - 8*
Std Oil Oh 2 . 5 268* 268* 268*
StdStl Sot 1.60 16 198* 19 19'/*
SterchlBr St la 3 118* 118* 1184+8*
Sterling Dr* 2a. 7 358* 358* 358* - 8*
Stew-Warner 1. 1 118* 118* 118* ♦ Va
Stok-VCamp 1 7 12 12 12
Stokley-V C pfl 4 178* 178* 178* - Va
Stone A Web 2a 49 168* 178* 178*+ 8*
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Sunray OU1 7 ll 108* 108*
Sunray pfA 1.04 4 168* 168* 168*
Sunray of B1 >4 2 19 188* 19 + V*
Sunsh BUc3V«* 7 5 6 558* 56 + 8*
Sunanine M .60 3 98* 98* 98*
Sutherld Pap 2a 1 368* 368* 388* + V*
Sutherld Pap rt »7 8* Via Via
Sweets Am >*a 1 108* 108* 108* + V*
SwlftACo 1.60a 16 338* 328* 3384- 8*
Swift Inti 11 68* 68* 884- Va
Sylvan Elec 1 40 * 168* 188* 168* - >*
Symlna-Gld1** 45 68* 68* 68*+ Va
i ENN CP 1 20a 3 18 17** 178*
Texas Co 4a 17 628* <18* 628*- Va
Tex Gulf Pr lb 8 178* 178* 178* - V*
Tex Gulf Sul 3a 7 69V* 698* 698*+ 8*
Tex Pac CAO 1 a 26 24 238* 238* - %
TexPLTr 1.70a 4 48*6 468* 4684 + 8*
Textron 1 .11 10'* 108* 108*
*Tha Ol of 2.40 1 3184 308* 308* -lVa
Thermold .ISa 1 5** 58* 584 - 8*
ThometStll 60* 2 178* 178* 17V4 - 8*
Thomo JR .30p 2 68* 68* 68*
Thomp Prod 3a 2 51 51 51 +1
Tld won 1.60a 7 238* 238* 238* - V*
'TldWat of38* 30 1058* 1058* 1058* - V*
TtmkDetAxl 'As 1 148* 14V* 14V* + V*
TimkenRB 23*a 9 33V* 33 33 - V*
Tranaamer 84a 4 138* 138* 1384
Trans A WestA 14 14 138* 138* - H
Trl-ContCp.20* 6 68* 88* 68*
tTri-Cont pf 6. *0 1078* 107 107 - 8*
Twent C-Fox 2 12 238* 228* 228* - 8*
Twin Cltv RTr 2 98* 98* 98* - v*
'TwlnCty pr2‘* 140 338* 338* 3384- 8*
Twin Coach 10 48* 48* 48* - V*
UNDEF.WD38A* 7 398* 398* 39% - Va
Union Baa 2a 2 258* 258* 258*
Un Carbide 2 2 6 428* 418* 418* - V*
Un Oil Cal 28*g( 12 278* 268* 2684 + %
Un Pacific Pf 2 2 5084 50'* 50V4
Utd Air Lines 19 13 128* 128* - V*
Utd Aircraft 2a 20 248* 248* 248*
Utd Biscuit la 11 298* 29 298* + 8*
Utd BoardAC r 1 78* 78* 78*- 8*
Utd Claar Whal 17 3 28* 3
Utd Coro 10a 67 48* 48* 48* + 8*
Utd Fruit 2a ... 22 538* 528* 528*- 8*
Utd Gas Coro 1 32 178* 17V4 178* + V*
Utd Mer AMI 8 128* 128* 128* - 8*
USAPS.fJSe 10 268* 288* 26'*- 8*
'USAPrS of4'A 20 1018*1018*1018*- 8*
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U S Hoff Mach 6 8 784 6
♦USHoffMof4Va 10 46 46 46 +1
US Ind Chem 12 238* 228* 23 + 8*
U S Leather 55 6V* 6 68* + V*
U 8 Leather A . 46 22V* 218* 22V* +1
US Lines 2 8 15V4 1584 1584
US PtpeAFdvSax 2 46V* 46 468*
U 8 Rubber 3a 17 338* 338* 338* - 8*
tUS Rubbrlnf8 140 1228* 12184 1 228* +18*
US SRAM 1 V4p 6 378* 37 37V* - V*
U 8 Steel lh 61 248* 248* 248*+ 8*
U 8 Tob 1.36c . 1 218* 218* 218*- V*
Utd Wallpaper 5 38* 38* 3V*
UniT Lab 4 48* 48* 48*
Unlv Pictures 13 10 98* 10 + v*
'Uniy Pic of 4Va 30 6284 6284 6284 - 8*
VN NORM .70*. 5 684 884 68*
Vanadium v4o 5 208* 20V4 208* — 8*
Vert-C Suear 2 2 118* 118* 118*
Vick Chem 1.20 7 23 228* 2284 - 8*
Va-Csro Chem 5 68* 68* 68*
Va ElAPw 1.20 x23 19'* 1984 198* + V* i
Va Railway 28* 2 268* 28 2A
Vs Rail o« 1V4 10 288* 26'* 2684-84'
Walker H 2 10* 10 318* 31'* 31'*
Walworth 'A* _ 2 78* 78* 784
Ward Bak la 1 1684 1684 168* - 84
Warner Bros 1. 15 148* 14'* 14V* + V*
Warren Fdy 1 27V* 27'* 27‘/a + 8*
Warren Pet SO 2 17% 17% 17%
Waukesha M 1 3 13V* 13V* 13'*
WaynKnltl 40a 5 22'* 22>* 22>* - l*
WaynePumn'a* 2 17 17 17 — i*
•'VessonOll of* 260 63V* 63>* 83V4
Western Air L . 2 78* 7V* 7V*
West KT Coal 6 208* 198* 20 + 8*
Westn Pscifle» 1 27 27 27 + i*
WstPennBll.80. 15 248* 24V* 24V* - 8*
W Va PuloAP 2 1 461* 46>* 46>* - l*
Wesfrn Or Tel 5 178* 178* 178* - v*
Westhse Air B 2 3 2484 24'* 24%
Wests Elect 40a 11 28 278* 28 - 8*
'Whorl St oroft 40 80 80 60+1
Wheel Steel 4 . 1 40 40 40 - «*
WhiteSwMl Via 1 30'* 30'* 30%- '*
Wilcox 011 40 3 128* 12% 12% - %
Wls ElPw I %* 1 19% 19% 19% - %
Woolworth 2* . 6 47 * 47% 478*+ »*
Worth PAM la. 5 16% 16% 16%+%
♦WoPcvprpf4'/a. 1 70% TOi* 70%-1%
WrtgleyWJr da 1 76% 76% 76% + %
WvandWor 40a 1 10% 10% 10% - %
YALEATWN lb 5 23% 23 23
Y- rk Corn 8* 1 10% 10% 10% + %
YounsSorlncla 4 288* 26% 268* + %
Yngst 8b A T 6 2 69% 69 69 - %
Younast St Dr 1 9 118* 11% ll% - %
Hearn Sales a the Exchange Todays
11:00 a.m. 230 000 i •> oo noon 440 000
1:00 D.m <30 000 2:00 n.m. 000 000
'Unit ol trading 10 shares. »ln oanx
ruptcy or receivership or being reorganised
under the Bankruptcy Act or securities
assumed by such companies. Rates of divi
dends In the foregoing table ere ennual
disbursements based on the last quarterly
or semiannual declaration Unless other
wise noted, special or extra dividends are
not Included, eld Called x Ex dividend,
tr Ex rights a Also extra ot extras b Plus
stock dividend d Cash or stock e Paid
last year (Payable In stock, estimated
eash value on ex-dlvldend date, a De
clared or paid *o far this rear b Declared
sr paid after stock dividend or spllt-up.
k Declared or paid this year, an accumula
tive Issue with dividends In arrears p Paid
this year, dividend omitted, deferred or no
action taken at last dividend meeting
r Declared 1948 oayable In 1949 yLIoul
dating dlvldrnd. » Parable In stock, exact
rash value undetermined on declaration
date. _
Foreign Exchange
NEW YORK. Nov. 28 «•>.—Foreign ex
change rates follow (Great Britain In
dollars, others in cents): Canadian dollar
in New York open market. 10% per cent
discount, or 89.25 U. 8. cents, off %
ot a cen*.
Europe: Great Britain, pound, 2.80Vs,
unchanged; Great Britain 30-day futures,
2.80%, unchanged: Great Britain 80-day
futures. 2.80,'.. unchanged; Great Britain
90-day futures. 2.80. unchanged; Prance,
franc, .28% of a oent. up .00,'.; Italy,
Ura, .16% of a cent, unchanged; Sweden,
krona. 19.35. unchanged; Switzerland,
franc, free. 23.23, up .01 of a cent,
4
Stock Market Drifts
Moderately Lower
In Quiet Selling
By T. E. Applegate
NEW YORK, Nov. 28.—Stock
prices drifted to lower levels in to
day’s market.
Trading hit a pace about equal
to that maintained in last week’s
sessions, but stimulus on the buy
ing side was lacking. Selling pres
sure failed to develop urgency, but
it was sufficient to depress leading
issues by fractions to a point.
Uncertainties in the bituminous
coal mining picture helped retard
any bullish enthusiasm. Traders
were content to wait out the No
vember 30 deadline to see if the
truce in the coal fields would be
extended. Railroads, many of
them dependent on coal carrying
revenue for favorable earnings,
gave up some ground in light deal
ings.
Some stocks which showed early
signs of resistance shifted to the
downside as they progressed. One
of these was Chrysler, on which
traders have been blowing hot and
cold alternatively as discussion j
rages over whether a sizable divi
dend may be expected from the
directors’ meeting Thursday. After
scoring an advance of major frac
tions, the stock dipped into losing
ground.
Disclosure that Sharon Steel
has raised prices of some steel
products by $5 a ton failed to
stir a market response in the
stock, which was fractionally
lower at times.
Prominent on the downturn
also were National Steel, Youngs
town Sheet & Tube, Magnavox,
Nickel Plate, Chesapeake & Ohio,
Gulf Oil, Texas Co., Westinghouse
Electric, Schenley, Ah’ Reduction,
International Nickel and General
Electric.
Holding occasional gains were
United States Industrial Chemi
cal, Homestake Mining, Union
Carbide. Consolidated Natural
Gas. Kennecott Copper and Wool
worth.
In the Curb, declines were re
corded for Aluminum Ltd., Alum
inum Co. of America, Louisiana
Land & Exploration. Imperial Oil
Ltd., Technicolor and Humble Oil.
At higher leveis were Scovill Man
ufacturing, Creole Petroleum.
Electric Bond & Share, Royalite
[Oil and Fairchild Engine <fc Air
craft.
Government bonds steadied in
over-the-counter dealings today
after recent declines, while corpo
rate issues showed only minor
changes.
Produce Markets
Baltimore quotations furnished by the
United States Department of Agriculture:
Apples—Firm undertone; bushel baskets
and Eastern crates. U. S. No. 1. 2Va-lnch
UP. Black Twist. 1.75-2.0(1; Delicious, 2.00;.
thans, 1.50-7.00: Staymans. fair color.
1.60; Pennsylvania Delicious. 1.75-2.25;
few 2.5o. Black Twigs. 1.50-76; Jona
thans. 1.60-2.00; Staymena, fair color,
1.75-2.00; Maryland. Pennsylvania. New
Jersey, various varieties, orchard run.
75-1.00.
Potatoes—Market dull: 100-pound sacks
Katahdtns. U. S. No. 1. size A. unwashed.
Pennsylvania, new and used sacks. 1.75
2.00; lair quality, 1.60-65: V S. No. 2.
65-75; 50-pound paper tacks. 90-1.00.
few higher.
Sweet potatoes—Market about steady:
bushel baskets. D. S. 1. Maryland and
Virginia, some washed and waxed Goldens.
2.00-50: few best. 2.75-3.00; Puerto Ri
cans. 2.25-60: nearby, half-bushel hamper.
Goldens. 1.25.
Snap Beans Strong.
Snap beans—Market strong: Florida,
bushel hampers, stringless Black Valen
tines. fair to generally good quality. 4.00
5:00: few best. (i.OO: poorer. 2.50-3.00;
tender greens. 4.00-5.00.
Lima beans—Market strong: bushel
hamoers, Florida, few 7.00; Virginia, fair
quality and condition. 3.60.
Broccoli—Market about steady: crates.
Pennsylvania. 8a. 1.50; New Jersey. 8i,
1.50: 12a, 1.75-2.25.
Brussels sprouts—Market slightly weak
er: New York. Long Island. 16-quart
crates. 3.50-4.00. '
Cabbage — Market atronger; bushel
baskets, packed locally. North Carolina,
round, 1.50-1.75: 50-pound sacks. New
York. Danish. 1.26-1.40: New Jersey,
Danish. 1.25: North Carolina, round 2.00.
Carrots—New Jersey. Pennsylvania,
bushel baskets, topped, washed. 1.25-1.50.
Cauliflower — Market barely steady;
crates. 1 dozen. New York. Lonz Island.
1.50-2.00: few best. 2.26: poorer. 1.25.
Poultry Quotations.
Poultry — Market dull: ("Ceiptz very
light; trading light: fryers, :c«-4 pounds,
lew best. 32. poorer 28: turkeys, toms.
20 pounds and up. few 34: other auppltes
Insufficient to quote prices.
Livestock Market.
Cattle. 1.050: holdovers. 150: total sal
able. 1.800: trading very slow; scattered
early sales weak to 50 cents lower: cows
steady to 50 higher with the advance on
canner and cutter grades: bulls steady:
not enough stock cattle sold to establish
a price trend: scattered lots and loads me
dium and good steers, 24.00-32.00: odd
head lots common and medium heifers,
18.00- 22.00; package good cows. 10.ml:
few common and medium cows, 13.50
15.50; canners and cutters mainly, 10.50
13.00; good sausage bulls mainly 17.50
19.50; odd head to 20.00; common and
medium, 14.50-16.00.
Calves. 300; opening slowly, mostly
steady; most early sales good and choice
vealers, 28.00-32 00: few heads held
higher; common and medium mostly 21.00
28.00. culls. 14.00-21.00.
Hogs, 1.200; opening slowly, mostly 75
cents under last Friday, but some hogs
berg ofTerad for 50 centg decline and not
sold: early sales good and choice 180-240
pound trucked-in barrows and gilts, 16.50
to mostly 18.76: 240-260 pounds. 16.00
25: 260-300 pounds, 15.25-76: 300-400
pounds. 14.75-16.25; 120-140 pounds,
15.00- 25: 140-100 pounds. 16.00-25: 100
180 pounds. 16.25-50: sows under 400
pounds, mainly 14.50-75: 400-450 pounds.
13.75-14.00: heavier weights, 13.00 down.
Sheep. 100; early receipts confined to
one mixed lot good and choice woolcd
slaughter Igmbs averaging no pounds,
these steady to 25.50. tOD quotations con
sidered to be 26.50; good and choice
ewes quoted to 9.00.
Grain Market.
Flour—Receipts, 2,736 100-pound sacks.
Wheat—Receipts. 309 bushels: ship
ments, none: stocks. 4.330.401 bushels;
No. 2 red winter garlicky, spot, domestic.
2.08V?; November. 2.08'A: No. 3 red winter
garlicky, spot. 2.03.
Corn—Receipts, 50,202 bushels; ship
ments. 34.000 bushels; stocks, 3.855,353
bushels.
Oats—Receipts. 2,512 bushels: ship
ments. none; stocks, 106.599 bushels; no
quotations
Barley—Receipts, 2,056 bushels: ship
ment'. none: stocks. 101.295 bushels.
Rye—Receipts. 120.319 bushels; ship
ments. 156.000 bushels; stocks. 293.320
bushels.
Soybeans—Receipts, none: shipments,
none; stocks. 407.448 bushels.
Mlllfeed—Receipts. 99 tons.
Bntter and Eggs.
Eggs: Mgrket slightly weaker: receipts
moderate: demand good; A large, 59-<>0:
A mediums, 40-48; A small. 40: B large.
49-50; current receipts, too few sales to
quote.
Receipts. (2 days): Butter, 73,334
pounds; eggs. 1.133 cases._
Dividends Announced
NEW YORK, Nov. 28 <#>.—Dividends
declared: Pe- Stk. of Pay
Rate. riod. record, able.
Special.
Lawrence Port Cem 25c .. 12 6 12-15
Stock.
McKay Mch ... 20% — 1-5 1-20
Extra.
Adams Mfg 25c — 12-15 12-30
Aetna Life Ins ._ 50c __ 12-9 1-3
Aetnas Cas & 8ur__ 60c __ 12-9 1-3
Automob Ins Hart_40c_12-9 1-3
McKay Mch . - 50c .. 12-20 1-2
Regular.
Adams Mfg . 25c Q 12-15 12-30
Aetna Life Ins _ 50c 12-9 1-3
Aetna Cas & Sur 62% Q 12-9 1-3
Automob Insur _ 25c Q 12-9 1-3
Consol Dry Ods _.25c Q 12-23 1-3
Lawrence Port Cem._ 26c Q 12-5 12-15
McKay Mch _25c 12-20 1-2
Machman Corp_25c . . 12-!' 12-10
Steel Prod Eng _20c 12-15 12-28
Stroock & Co _ 50c — 12-20 1-6
Odd-Lot Dealings
The Securities and Exchange Commis
sion reported today these transactions by
customers with odd-lot, dealers or spc-!
ctalists on the New York Exchange for ,
November 25; 4,276 purchases involving
129.578 shares; sal", involving 132.880
shares involving 4.7 27 orders including
490 shares slod short on 16 orders.
The same report for November 26: 1.
532 purchases involving 43.722 shares;
involving 1,733 orders including 987 shares
sold short on 25 orders._
Central Vermont Railway an- !
nounced the retirement of P. C.
Vaughn as president. Donald Gor
don, chairman of Canadian Na-|
tional Railways, was elected to the
board to succeed Mr. Vaughn.
N. Y. Bond Market
LIST INCLUDES ONLY SELECTED ISSUES
(Furnished bv the Associated Press)
NEW YORK CITY
3s SO 108%,
FOREIGN 1:15
Antioo 1st 7s57 46%
Antwerp 5s 5K 102%
Australia 5s 55 101
Braz 33isS 3 ser 67
Canada 'His 74 101%
t open 4 %s 5.3 73%
Denmark Os 4*1 91%
ItalCCns *1-3 77 36%
Norwav 4tis 05 95%!
SerbsCtsSlTsO'l 8%
DOMESTIC 1:15
AmT&T 3,/*s59 115 |
AmT&T 2%sS7 101%
AmT&T 234s57 109%
AmT&T 234sfl1 107%|
AmT&T 234s75 100%
AmT&T 2%s82 99%
AmT&T 25/«s86 97
ATS FIs 95 127%
AtlC L 1st 4s 52102%
B & O Os 95 J 65%
B & O 5 95 G 57%
B & O 5s M 96 57%
B&O cv4%2010 44%
B&O SW 5s 80 63%
Bos Me 4s 00 71%
Can Pac 4s pern 98%
CGa 4%s2020A 61
CGa 4 %s2020B 38%
Cen Ga 4s 95 57%
CRRNJ 314s 87 39
Chl&L 4% 2003 41%
CMSP4!is'.’019 60%
CMSP4'is2044 50
C&NW 4%s 99 45%
CRIPin4>is2019 99%
CCCSL 4 VaS 77 57%
CCCSL cn 4s93 69%
Col&So 4'/aS SO 52
Col Gas .31«s7.3 106
ComlthEd 3s 77 107%
Coil Ed cv.'lsi:.') 114
Del&Hud 4s 03 95 .
D&R in4'/a2018 66%
D&SL 3s-4s 93 87 I
Det Ed 3s 70 107 I
DwChm2.35s01 100841
Erie 4%s 2015 63%!
Fla E Cst 5s 74 58%
HarlR&P 4s 54 102
Hud&M rf 5*57 66% I
Hud&M In 7s57 33%
IC4%s60 91
Ir.tGtNor 6s 52 275'a I
IntGN Ist6s52 79
IntGtNo 5s 56B 74
IntHvdrE10s44 61%
Jam F&C 4s 5!i 70
Kan C So 4s 75 104%'
LehVlWs'.’OO.'lE 34
Leh V 4s 2003A 53%
LehV4s2003D 31%I
Mo-Pac 5%* 4(1 27%
Mo-Pac 5s 77 F 91%
Mo-Pac 5s 80H 92%
Mo-P?.c 6s 81 I 91%
Mo-Pac en4s75 55
NET&T 3s 74 104%
NOTM 5V2s 54 98%
NYC rf5s 2013 62
NYC4%s2013A 56%
NYC con 4s 08 53%
NYNHln4%s'22 42%
NYNHH4S2007 62%
NYOW rf 4s 02 9%
NY Tel 2%s 82 102%
No Pac5*2047D 89%
Oe&L Ch 4s 48 13
Penn CASVjsOO 75
PennRR(t4'/4«81 85
PenRR 4V4s84E 84%
PCC3L 5s 75 B 96%
PCCSL 3%s 75 74
SLSF4%s2022 57%
Seabin4'/2s2018 71%
ShellOU 2%s71 98%
So Pac 4Vjs 81 88%
So Pac 4%s 89 92%
SoPac4%sOr77 98%
So Pac 2%s (1(1 82%
So Ry 6%s 56 104%
Sou Rye 4s 56 87%;
StdOCal 234S66 104%
Third Ave 6s60 20
Va Rwy 3s 05 100%
Wst Sh 4s 2361 56%
WstchL 3%s 67 1051/4
Wstn Md 4s 52 101%
Wst Un 5s 51 100%
Wstn Un 5s 60 84%
WstEcv2.65s73 105%
N. Y. Curb Market
LIST INCLUDES ONLY SELECTED ISSUES
1:1 5 I
Alaska Alrl 4%;
Alum Ltd .240a 48%
Alum Co Am 2 49%
AmBantam Car t/i*i
Am Gen .20k 1%
AraPot&CB 1 ’a 26
Am Superpowr
ArkNatGsA.Hoe 10 !
AshlndO&Rl 60 21%;
Bell Te! Can 2 34% (
Blue RidKe 20k 3%
Braz Tr L A: P 2 16 !
Breeze Corn 4%
Brown-FDis.SO 12
Cal&EdmCp.lO 6m*
Can Marcom 2%^
Carr Cons Bisc 2%;
CatalinAm .15g 4%|
Cities Scrv 4a . 61%
Claude Neon . 1%
Colts Mfe 2e 42%
ConsGBalt 3.60 69%
CornucupGMin 7A«
Creole Pet 0 34%
Crown CPet V** 6%
Crown Drug 3
DejayStrs 60b 6%
Dennison A 1 10%
DomesCred.3 Og 3%
El Bd & Sh %f 16%
El Bono A . t wi
F’childE&A.35g 4%
Fansteel M V4g 5%j
FcrdMLtc3.212g 5
Goldfield Con */i«l
Hazeltine 1 ’ <g 157%
Inin Oil Ltd '4 1974
Kaiscr-Frazer 4S/a
Lone IslanriLte 'Mi
LouLand&E la 265%
McWill Dredee 674
Midi Stl Pr B 11
Mid-West Cd 25/e
Nat Radiatr .00 87%
Nat Unie.. i.ad 27%
Nlag Hud Pw 157%
Ogden Coro 27%
Pancoastal Oil 37%
PanteoecOllOtl 7S/e
Pcnnroad ‘be 107%
Pltney-Bws 80a 15
FittsMetallic 1 18>/2
Powdr & A X«D 77%
Raytheon Mfg 57%
RoyallteOil'ih 8'%1
Ryers&Hl 15g 77%
StLawrence Co 97% \
Salt Dome Oil . 57% !
Say&Fish B rt ‘/a
Scullin Stl 2e . 175/a
Shat Deqp '4 a 274 i
Solar Aire Boa 137%
Std Oil Ky 2a 35
Std Pow & Lt 374 ,
Starrett Coro 4
Sttnnes H 274
Technicolor 2g 1674
Tung-SolL.hOg 77%
Utd Lt&Rys If 357%
WalthamWatch 1
Wilson Bros 47%
I Business Briefs )
Government Economies to cut
the Federal budget for the 1951:
fiscal year to $33,600,000,000 were
proposed by the National Associa
tion of Manufacturers. The total
would be more than $7,000,000,000
below appropriations made by i
Congress for the current fiscal;
year. NAM urged cuts in public’
works, river-basin development,
highway and airport aichr''’and
reclamation and called fOf a re
view of the veterans’ hospital!
construction program.
Brisk Demand for Steel will
continue through the first half
of 1950—Steel. Although new buy- ■
ing is slower and ingot production;
is nearing pre-strike levels, some1
products will be scarce for three
or four months, the magazine
predicted.
magara snare uorp. aeciarea
a dividend of 35 cents a common
share, payable December 21, rais
ing 1949 payments to 50 cents vs.
40 cents in 1948.
Bristol Brass Corp. declared a
dividend of 30 cents, payable De
cember 15. The company paid
like amounts in March and June,
but omitted the dividend for Sep
tember because of* a strike and
business uncertainties.
J. D. Adams Mfg. Co. declared
an extra dividend of 25 cents and
a regular quarterly of 25 cents,
both payable December 30. The
extra is the first in several years.
Regal Shoe Co. declared a divi
dend of 12 Vi cents a common
share, payable December 30. A
like amount was paid July 27.
Atchison, Toneka & Santa Fe
Railway earned $39,463,964 or
$14.13 a share in ten months end
ed October 31 vs. $52,746,269 or
$19.60 a year earlier.
Great Northern Railway net in
come for ten months ended Octo
ber 31 was $15,237,570 or $4.93 vs.
$21,142,401 or $6.84 in the same
1948 period.
Pennsylvania Railroad reported;
a deficit of $4,543,414 in ten
months ended October 31 vs. net
income of $29,251,356 or $2.22 in
the same period last year.
St. Louis-San Francisco Railway
earned $4,391,303 or $1.46 in ten
months ended October 31 vs. $6,
288,293 or $2.99 a year earlier.
Wabash Railroad net income
for ten months ended October 31
was $3,756,124 vs. $8,996,956 in the
same 1948 period.
Walgreen Co. earned $4,376,206
or $3.20 in the year ended Sep
tember 30 vs. $4,164,331 or $3.02
In the previous year.
West Indies Sugar Corp. net in
come for the year ended Sep cr
ber 33 was $3,689,114 or $3.59 vs.
$7,819,131 or $8.20 In the precer
ing fiscal peric'’.
Gulf, Mot*"-: & Ohio Railroad
earned $3,383,934 in ten months
ended October 31 vs. $5,299,525 a
year earlier.
Western Maryland Railway net
for ten months ended October 31
was $3 268,128 vs. $5,386,584 in the;
same 1948 period.
Omnibus Corp. earned $845,535
in nine months ended September
30 vs. $238,138 a year earlier.
Willson Products, Inc., profit for
nine months ended September 30
was $89,360 or 58 cents vs. $170,
914 or $1.11 in the same 1948
period.
Weston Electrical Instrument
Corp. announced the appointment
of Anthony H. Lamb as vice pres
ident. He will be in charge of the
Tagliabue Division.
Curtis Publishing Co. appointed
John Veckly advertising and pro
motion manager of the Saturday
Evening Post to succed Glenn
Gundell, who recently joined Na
tional Dairy Products Corp.
_ j
Market Averages
STOCKS. 30 15 15 60 1
Indst Rails mil. Stk'
Net change-—.3 —.1 unc. —.
Today noon_pe.R 35.5 42.5 88.o
Prev. day _ it".* 35.6 42.5 68.2
Week ago _ 0.*.' 35.9 42.6 68.
Month ago . ST 8 35 " 42.2 67.fi
Year aco K6.2 38.3 38.fi 62.9 i
1949 high _ 97.6 39.5 42.8 68.71
1949 low _ 81.4 29.8 38.2 68.0;
BONDS. 20 10 10 lOlOuvw
Rails. Indst. Util. Tzn. Yield.
Net change unc. unc. un-. —.1 .'1
Today noon 91.4 102.5 104.8 69.7 111.71
Prev. day 91.4 102.5 104.8 69.6 lll.fi
Week ago 91.5 102.5 loa n mt.fi 112.0
''0:1th ago 90.9 102.3 104.3 69.7 111.5
Yer- ago 89.8 101.2 99,6 62.1 107.9
1949 high 92.9 102.9 104.9 70.7 112.0
1949 lor 88.4 101.6 100.8 62.9 108,8
(compiled by the Associated Press.)
Washington Exchange
SALES.
Washington Gas com—100 at 24%
Potcmac Elec Pwr coin—100 at 15%
Washington Gas $4 50 pfd—20 at 107.
in a: 107.
Capital Transit—20 at 22. 5 at 22.
Potomac Elec Pwr com—50 at 15%. 50
at 15%.
Garfinckcl common—50 at 17%. ‘20 at
11%. 3*) at 17%.
Capital Transit 4s — £1,000 at 01%.
£1,000 at 07.
Garfinckel 4%'; pfd—15 at 18%.
Potomac Elec Pwr com—100 at 15%.
Washington Gas com—7 at 24%.
PUBLIC UTILITY BONDS.
Bid. Asked.
Am TA’T cv db 2%s 1057 100 110
Am T&T cv db 2%s 1001 107% 107%
Am T&T cv db 3%s 1959 114% 115%
Cap Transit 1st rf 4s 1904 90% 98
Georgetown Gas 1st 5s 1961 119 _
Pot Elec Pwr 3%s 1966 ___ 105% _
Pot Elec Pwr 3%is 1977_ 105 -
Pot Elec Pwr 3s 1983 __ 102 _
Pot Elec Pwr 2%s 1084 _ 101% _
Washington Gas 5s 1000 121 _
Ter Rf & W Cp 1st 4s 1958 102 _
PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS.
Amer Tel & Tel (9) 14<>% 147%
Capital Transit <al.50) 21% *23
Pot Elec Power com ' 90) 15 •”%
PEP 3.607* pfd A (1.80). 46% 47%
PEP 3.007 pfd B (J.80) 40%
Va El & Pwr com U (1.20) * 19% 10%
Wash Gas Lt com (1.50) 24 24%
Wash Gas Lt cum pf <4.25> 103% 104%
Wash Gs Lt cu cv pf (4.50) 100 107
BANK AND TRUST COMPANY.
Amer Sec A: Tr ( + 1) 28 29
Bank of Bethcsda ( + 1.50) 30
Commerce &■ Savings ( + 10) 350
Capital (1.00). 27 30
Liberty (8 .. 315 _
Lincoln ( + 5) . _____ 340 __ _
Nafl Sav Tr ( + 8 00) 430 _
Prince Gerries B&T (1.20) 30 _
Riggs (+1 2» _*347
Union Trust Co ( + 1.00) 30 38%
Washington (6) 280
Wash loan A? Tr (12) 331 _
FIRE AND TITLE INSURANCE.
American (6 _ 155
Columbia ( + .30) __ 12% _
Firemen’s (1.40) 32 _
National Union (.75) _ 16 _
Real Estate ( + 0) 175
MISCELLANEOUS.
Carpel Corp (1) 12 20
Garfinckcl com (1.50) 11% 18
Garfinckel 5%% Dfd (1.375) 20% 3°
Garfinckel 4%', pfd (1.125) 18 1*%
Hecht Co d.OO) 23% 24%
Hccht 3% oi, cum pfd (3.75) 93
Lanston Mono (tC.OO) . *10 20%
Mergenthaler Lino <a5.25> 51% 53%
Natl Mtg Ac Inc pfd (a.30) *7
Peoples Drug St com (2.00) 36 38
Security Storage ( + 5) 118 3 25
Ter Ref & Wh Corp (3) 52 55
W d w d A: Lothrop com (3.001 34 35
Wdw’d A: Lothrop pfd (5) 105%
• Ex dividend, b Books closed. + Plus
extra or extras, a Paid so far this year,
p paid in 1048. u Unlisted.
New York Produce
NEW YORK. Nov. 28 OF.—Butter (two
davs’ receints». 5(; 1,292, firm. Wholesale
Prices on bulk cartons: Creamery higher
thftn 92 score (AA). 63*2-64 cents; 92
score (A). 623i»-00; 90 score (B). 62; 80
score <C), 5934-60.
Cheese (two days’ receipts). 225.130. ir
regular Wholesale sales, fresh American
cheese (whole milk). Cheddars. 35*2-3?
cents: Cheddars (grass 1948). 46-50;
Cheddars (?rass 1948) shelf cured. 51-52
single dairies. 37V2-38*/2; single daisies
(grass 1948). 46-51; single daisies (grass
1948) shelf cured. 48-52: single daisies
(June 1949). 4 0*4-41: flats. 36*4-38:
flats (June 1949); 30-40: flats (grass
1948), 48-52; flats (grass 1948) shelf
cured. 49-55: midgets (June 1949). 41-42:
midgets (grass 1948). 50-51: midgets
(grass 1948) shelf cured. 49-52: processed
5 pounds. 36-38*/*: domestic Swiss (single
tubs), best. 54-57: others. 50-53.
Fgg prices were mixed today in the
wholesale market. Receipts for two days.
30.145 cases. Spot quotations follow:
Midwestern: Mixed colors—fancy heavy
weights. 48*4; extra 1 large. 4 7*4: extra
1 medium. 42: dirties, 43V*; checks. 40*2:
pullets. 39-39*4.
Whites — Fancy heavyweights. 51-52:
extra 1 large. 50; extra 1 medium. 42Vi
43.
Browns—Fancy heavyweights. 49; extra
1 large. 48.
Nearby: (Top quotations on nearby
white and brown eggs represent whole
sale selling prices for the finest marks,
and not paying prices to producers or
shippers.»
Whites—Extra fanev heavyweights. 52
53: fancy heavyweights. 50-51; others,
large. 49: mediums. 42*4-43; pullets.
39-39*4: peewees. 20-30.
Browns — Extra fancy heavyweights.
48*4-49 fancy heavyweights. 47-48;
mediums 42V4-43; pullets. 39-39V*; pce
wrees. 28-29.
New York Cotton
NEW YCRK. Nov. 28 <!P<.—Cotton fu
tures were irregular early today. Old
crop positions were steady on buying bv
leading spot firms, credited both to mill
and export account.
Hedge felling was light, although spot
cotton sales at the in primary markets
were substantial last Saturday.
In the export field Japan called for
bids on additional quantities of United
.States cotton for December through
March shipment, with prices to be based
on May, 1950. futures.
Midmorning prices were 10 cents a
bale lower to 10 cents higher than the
previous close December, 29.88; March,
i 29.91. and May. 29.87.
Chicago Livestock
CHICAGO. Nov. 28 </P>. fUSDA.1—Sal
able hogi. 24.000; moderately active;
25-50 cents lower; mosi decline on weights
230 pounds and over; sows. 50 cents
lower; top, 10.35. sparingly for few choice
180-200 pounds: few loads 180-200
pounds. 10.25; these scarce; bulk 200
2'»o pounds. 15.75-1 o.oo; 230-260 pounds.
15.50-15.75; 260-200 pounds. 15.25
15.50; rows under 450 pounds. 13.50
14.0o; few. 14.25; 450-600 pounds, 12.GO
13. 50.
Salable cattle. 11.000. salable calves.
700; steers grading average-good and
better active, strong to iully "o cents
higher; others rather slow' and about
steady; heifers fully steady: cows steady:
hulls strong to 25 cents higher; vealers,
firm; choice steers scarce: few loads,
;*!. 00-30.00; bulk good to low-choice
steers. 28.00-34.50; medium to low-good
shortfeds, 22.00-27.50; load choice 975
pound fed heifers. 32.25; bulk medium
to low-choice heifers. 21.50-29.00; most
I good cows. 16.50-18.50; common and
I medium beef cows. 14.50-16.25; canners
and cutters, 11.50-14.25; most medium
land good sausage bulls, 18.00-19.00: few
to 19.60; medium to choice vealers. 22.00
26.00; two loads good 775-pound Mon
tana feeding steers. 23.00.
Salable sheep. 7.500; nothing done on
slaughter lambs; bidding ^5 cents to
I 1.00 lower; yearlings and ewes weak;
bidding 23.50, mostly 23.25 down on
good to choice slaughter lambs sharply
discounted for weight.
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719 10th St. N.W. NA. 0254
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