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Capital Banks Report
Further Decline in i
Loans to Business
By Donold B. Hadley
Commercial loans of 14 reserve
member banks in Washington
dropped another $2,808,000 in the
week ended August 29, although
total loans edged $470,000 higher,
the Federal Reserve Bank of
Richmond announced today.
More than offsetting the drop
in business obligations was the
addition of $1,500,000 in loans to
banks, an increase of $704,000 in
brokers loans and a rise of $1,152,-
000 in other loans, mostly con
sumer loans. Real estate loans
decreased SBO,OOO.
Investments expanded $2,012,-
000 due to a $986,000 increase in
Treasury bills, a $989,000 rise in
Federal bonds and a $37,000 gain
in other securities.
Demand Deposits Drop.
Demand deposits were down
$2,730,000. despite a $3,668,000
gain in deposits of individuals,
partnerships and corporations.
Federal Government deposits were
down s2,629.ooo,deposits of United
Slates banks dropped $3,335,000
and certified and officers’ checks
decreased $2,432,000. Time depos
its were down $192,000.
Debits to demand deposits in the
week ended August 29 totaled
$206,494,000. a drop of 3 per cent
from the previous week, but re
mained 6.4 per cent above the like!
1950 week.
Totals for August 29, a weekj
earlier and a year ago are given j
below in thousands of dollars:
Au*. 29. Aug. 22. Year ago. I
Total loans $306,488 $306,018 $277,219
Coram loans 129001 131.809 114.2141
Brokers loans 2.300 i. 656 1.914
R E loans 87.359 97.439 95.843
Loans to bks. 1.500 !
Other loans 74.848 73,498 64.597 .
Investments _ 531,607 529.595 518,0291,
Treas 0i11592.913 91,927 59.106
C S. bonds _ 212,062 211.073 248.608
?. mand dep 859.466 862.198 798,948;
ime deposits 188.731 188.923 178.040 1
Capital accts. 70.080 70,062 66.567 I
Florists Re-elect Gude. j
Granville Gude yesterday was i
re - elected national president 1
of the Florists’ Telegraph Deli- j
very Association for his second j
year at the as- i
sociation's an- 1 !
nu a 1 conven
tion at the f ■.\
Shore ha m
Hotel . -
The Washinn
to n florist l s
pre s i dent o f y
Gude Brothers
h s 1
been ac- 1
m both his i
and •;
Washin g t o n 1
civic organiza
tions. H e ha s Mr- G " d *‘
held many important posts for \
FTDA. is a past president and <
past director of the Society of J
American Florists and a past i
president of the Washington <
Florists’ Club. \
Mr. Gude is a past president of <
the Washington Board of Trade .
and the Potomac Boat Club, past
potentate of Almas Temple and ‘
past master of Temple Noyes Ma- >
sonic Lodge. ‘
Speaker For Funds Meeting. <
Ferd Nauheim, direct mail and {
sales consultant of Washington, c
w ill be a leading speaker at the <
third annual Mutual Funds Con- <
ference which J
i ments laankers j(
K caeo Septem- !
A veteran of !
\ 25 years in the j
heim will dis-
J|||| cuss the use of
IHI direct mail and
its place as a <
Mr. Naubrim. selling tool in 1
the investment industry. ,
Mr. Nauheim is active in both J
the Sales Executives Club, of
which he is a director, and the <
Washington Advertising Club. He ,
will serve as chairman of the Di- <
rect Mail Seminar of the Adver- J
tising Club here in October and <
was awarded the Standard and \
Poor Merit Award for financial i
advertising recently.
Gas Earnings Above 1950.
Net income of Washington Gas J
Light Co. in July was $302,051, (
compared with $194,120 in July, ]
1950. the company reported. Net (
for seven months of this year w r as j
$2,123,954 vs. $1,704,655 a year j
ago. \
Consolidated deficit of the com- (
pany and subsidiaries for July <
w'as $120,247 vs. a loss of $77,382, J
but net income for the seven <
months was $2,151,025 vs. sl,- 1
906,647.
Joins Hofei Washington. [
Victor E Friborg, who started ■
his career in the hotel business ( c
under the tutelege of his father <
in Sweden, has been named cater
ing manager of <
Hotel Washing- <
ton. Manager \
Reyburn Miller <
announced. mm
Mr. Friborg
has resigned fIHJc
his position gjgjlL '\J* <
with the Hotel HMijm# {
Biltmore in i
New York to j
join the Hotel v
W ashing ton 1
stafl. Mr. Mil- \ <
ler said. He ap?,
acquired an ex- * ' i
tensive knowl- ' r ' r or *'
edge of catering and cuisine under j
his father, who owns and operates i
Hotel Friborg, near Goeteborg, j
Sweden. i
His wide experience in this field
has been gained both on the con
tinent and in New York.
AIB to Meet in Capital.
The Middle Atlantic Regional
Conference of the American In-i
stitute of Banking will be held in
Washington next August, it was
announced by Ralph Mittendorff,
president of the Washington AIB
Chapter. Study groups from
Delaware, Maryland, the District,
Virginia, North and South Caro
lina w'ill attend.
Benton & Bow’les has been ap
pointed to handle all advertising
of the Mutual Life Insurance Co.
of New York.
K. Blyth Emmons has been
named director of the Washington
office of the National Small Busi
ness Men’s Association.
i
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE
(Farnlske* by the Aisoetstad Prasa.)
Sales—
Stock and Add Net
Dividend Rata 00. Hlch. Low. 1:1ft chge
ABBOTT I.Boa 3 6t 604* 60% - %
Adams Expl J .g. 6 JC% 30V* 30V*
AdamsMilll ‘ ag_ 2 41 40V* 41 +1
Admiral Cp 1- 4 24 24 24
Affll GEq .40 _ 6 OV* 9V* BV*
Air Reduc 1.40 10 29 284* 29
Alaska Juneau 13 24* 24* 244
Aldens Inc I%_ 72) 224* 23 -4*
Alleghany pf .. 4 80 80 80
AllegLudStl 2a. 18 464* 4«v* 464*
Allen Ind 80a 1 9V4 9V* »% +4*
Allied Cnera 2a 13 75V* 744a 74% + %
Allied Mills 2a. 3 33V* 33*/* 331* - 4*
Allied Strs 3 5 444* 44% 444*
Allis Chat 4 20 47‘* 464* 461* - V*
Allis Chat pf 3, /« 3 944* 94 * 944* - 4*
AlphaPCm 1 1 it 6 37% 364* 37V4 +4*
Alum Ltd 360 14 954* 95% 954* + 4*
AlumCo Am 2* 7 86V* 85’* 86 + >4
Amerada Pet 2 10 134 131% 134 +4l*
Am Agrtcul 3a 3 65% 65i/* 65% + %
Am Airlines V.g 80 15% 15V*. 154* + 4*
Am Bn It Note 1 4 194* 19 19'/* - %
Am Boschl 20b 10 151* 154* 15V* + %
Amßr Sh 1,20 w 7 39V* 39 39
AmßrkShoe of* 2 106V* 106% 106%
Am Cab&R ,20e 41 64* 64* 6'/* + %
Am Can 4 13 118'/* 115 116'/* +1
AmCarAtPdy 2f 5 344* 34 344*+ V*
Am C&Fdy of7 4 77V* 76** 77'/* + 4*
Am Chicle 2a.. 2 414* 41% 414*- 4*
Am Cyan 4a 15 1214*121 1214*- 4*
Am Distillers 2 14 464* 45'* 46V» +1
Am Encau T 44. 3 7V* 64* 7% +V*
Am Furop 52g 1 29'/* 29'/* 29'* - 4*
Am Exp L 14*2 . 7 17 16** 17 +44
Am &Pn Pow 34 14* 14* 14* +V*
Am&FPw $7 pt. 3 104'* 104 104 -4*
Am&F Pw 2nf 18 124* 12'* 12»*
Am G&E 3b . 19 804* 59V* 604* + V*
, Am HawatlSß3 2 45V* 43 45
AmHomePl.2oa 6 36 354* 354* -44
Am Loco la 12 204* 2C4* 20'*
Am M&Pdy 80 25 18»* 18*,4 18'* - '*
AmMch&M'a* 6 144* 141* 144*
Am Metal 1 Vst 2 56 56 56 + '*
AmMet Pr 1' if 12 15>* 15'/* 15'* - 4*
AmNatGas 160 1 33 33 33
AmNewsCol 'ia 2 S 3 321* 32»* -4*
Am P& L 2.72* 35 72% 224* 224*
Am RadAtSS la 25 16V* 16 16V*
Am Saf Raz »»* 5 74* 7'* 74*
Am Sm&R 4»«* 4 90‘* 90'* 90»* +V*
Am Snuff 2.40a 2 39% 394* 39** +4*
AmStlFdrs 2.40 1 SS4* 35'* 35V* - >*
Am Stove 45* 2 11 11 H
Am Sum Tob 1 15 134* 15'* 15«* -»*
Am Tel A: Tel 9 49 1624* 162% '62% + %
Am Tobacco 3a 8 64'* 631* 64'*+14*
Am viscose 2a 4 75‘* 75 75 4*
Am Zinc 1 64 21'* 20‘* 21 + *+
1 AnacondflCH'ag 32 'B'* 484* 481*- '*
i And Pr Oil 95* 5 4244 424* 42% -4*
Armour &Co 3* 104* 10V* 104*
I ArmstCk 2 60a. 3 58'* 58'* 58»* +**
i Ashland OH 2b. 4 374* 364* 364*- %
I Assoc Dry Gds 5 224* 22'* 224*
'AssocDGlstpf 30 964* 95'* 90'* +l4*
Assoc Inv 4a . 10 56 56 56 + %
Atchison 18 81 801* 80V* + 4*
Atl Reflnlng 4 13 804* 80 80 - %
! Atlas Corp 160 5 284* ?BV* 284*+ **
I Atlas Pdr 1 .20* 8 404* 40'* 404*+ 4*
Auto Canteen 1 5 124* 12'* 124*— 4*
I AVCO Mfg 60 3 5 71* 74* 744 -V*
AvcoMft pf 24* 1 4544 4544 454* - 4*
BALD LIMA 60 47 12V* 12 12
BaltO & Ohio 44 21 204* 204* - V*
BArOofSe 15 42** 414* 41**- 4*
Barber Oil 2 3 « g 2 79 78’* 79-4*
Barker Brot 2 2 198* 19V* 194*
BavukCtg 80 13 10 10 10
Bell Alrc If 5 284* 28** 284*
Bendix Avia 3a 15 35 54 54 -1
Benguet M lOg 60 14* 14* 14*
Best &Co 2 2 30 30 30 + **
Beth Steel 3* 31 55% 554* 35*4 + V*
Black*Dek 2a 8 408* 40% 40% + *4
Bliss &L 60*.. 2 21‘* 214* 21'*+'*
Bliss EW 1 .. 4 158* 15V* 15V4 -V*
Boeing Air If 14 48'/« 48 48 + V 4
♦BonAmiA 14if 140 298* 294* 29>* + >*
Bond Btorei 1 12 15*4 15‘* 1544
Borden 1 80* 8 46>* 48‘* 48'* +**
PMdgeptßrl 60. 19 18V* 154* 16 - V*
Brlggs&Str la 1 33** 3344 33'* ♦ V 4
Bristol My 160 5 37 364* 37 + 44
Bklvn U Cps 2 2 51 51 51
BueyErie 1.20* x 7 2244 2?'* 22'* - V*
Budd Co 1.60a. 17 1 64* 1644 1 644
Burl Mills 1.36 59 21*4 21 21%
Burr Ad M 80a 15 18 . 174* 174*
Bush Term .30* 2 118* 118* 11%+%
Butler Bro .46*. * 12»* 128* 128* *4
Butte Coo ><i* 31 128* 128* 12'*
;Byer*AMl'i* 4 26*4 26V* 268*+ 8*
Byron Jack I'*. 7 21 204* 21 + 44
CAL PACK 11*. 1 304* 304* 304* +V*
Callahan Zlne 31 *'+ 4 4
Calumet .60* 78 108* 1044 108* + V*
Can DryGA .80. 16 118* 114* 118*
Canad Paelß4(. 89 318* 318* 318*+ V*
CaoAdmA'/ir. 3 22'* 228* 228* +V*
Capital Ain 26 134* 13'* 134*+ 4*
Caro Pw&Lt 2.. 7 334* 354* 334*+ V*
Carrier CD 1b 4 224* 224* 228* - 8*
Carr&Gen .30*. 2 114* 118* 114*
Case Jl3a _ 7 72 718* 718*+ V*
Cateroill Tra 8. 8 46'* 46% 461* -IV*
Celaneae 3 .. 16 55'* S4B* 548* - '*
"elan ev of 48+ a 11J 1124* 112% + 8*
Uelotex Co 1 19 1744 17 17'*
"elotex Os 1 3 178* 17V* 1784 + 8*
CenAfuir 1.60a 9 20** 20** 20'*+ V*
Cen FdJ 80 5 9'* 9‘/i 9'*
Cen Ga Rwr 3 18'* 18>* 18>*
Cen Ga Ry of 2 47' * 468* 4884 -1
CenHudG&E 60 13 98* 91* 98*
Cen 111 Lt 2.20 _ 10 36% 36 36 - V*
Cen RR NJ B 1 198* 1984 I»>* • 8»
Cen Sc SW 90.. 41 158* 148* 144*- I*
Cent Rib 60a 1 108* 104* 104* + V*
Cero dePas B*w 9 «0% 46 48'* - V*
Cer-teed la 11 161* 154* 15'*- 44
Champ P n ,B*h 3 *o4* 30‘* 3CB* +4*
'ChampP of 48* 170 1038* 103'* 103'* - »*
Checker Cab . 13 6** 64* 6** +4*
Ches <& Ohio 2. 41 31** 31 31V* + 4*
C&O of 3'j .. 2 841* a* 84'*+ Vi
Chi Coro 60 .. 16 If* 144* 15
jChl & East 111.. 520 194* 194*-V*
I Chi Great Weat. 3 21'* 2l»* 21>* - v*
ChlGtW pf4B*k 6 2984 29<* 29>*
Chll&LAl'.k. 4 15 148* 148*- %
Chll * L B . 3 94* 94* 94* + %
CMSPArPac 2* 52 22V* 22'* 22V*
CMSPA-P pf 5g 14 45 *4B* 45 + >4
Chi&NWl'ie 7 231* JJB* 2384 +'*
ChINW Df 5 15e 9 444* 44% 44'* - V*
Chl Pneu T1 2a 6 4884 484* 484*
Chl R1 & Pae 3 54 494* 48‘* 49'*+1
Childs Co 7 34* 584 34*
Chrysler 6* 30 714* 71'* 71'*+ V*
Cine GAE 2 3 588* 38V* 58V* - V*
ClTFinancela 9 53'* 53 53'*+ 84
Cities Serv 4a 21 119 118 118 + V*
City Inv .40 . 2 9V* 9V* 94* +B4
Citv Prod 2** 3 2984 29 29'*
City Strs 1 40 3 19 1884 1884
♦CitvStrs pf4'4 260 95 94'* 95 +1
Clark Equip 3b 2 46 46 46 B4
Clev Gra Br 2a 3 34'* 34'* 34'* - '*
ClimaxMo 1 '4* 32 38'* 37'* 3«V* + 4*
'ClintFds pf4>/* 160 104 103'/i 104 +1
Clopay Corp 2 5 5 5
CluettPeabl '** x 5 34'* 34‘* 348* + '*
Col* Palm 2b .. 11 47'* 47'* 47'* *■ »*
Coll A Aik »«* . 2 1984 1984 1984 + •*
Colo FA I 1 '4a 11 23 2244 224*-'*
Col Brd A 1 60 4 29'* 298* 298* + >*
Col Brd B1 60 10 ?9>* 29 29 - V*
Col Gas .60 56 1 48* 148* 148*
Col Plct *4e 2 I*'* 138* 138*
CoIASO El 1.40 5 204* 2084 5084
Comb Eng S3a 2 41'* 41 41'4 + >*
Coml Cred 480 4 588* 58 588*
Com! Solv la 16 294* 29'* 29‘4 - '*
ComwEdlV.g 21 304* 30*4 304*+ '*
ConCopoer 45* 36 11'* 118* 11%- '*
Cons Edls 2 23 51** 31'* 314*+ »*
Cons Edls pf 5 3 1088* 1081* 108'* + >*
CnsGELAPI .4 0 6 2 54* 2584 254*
Cons Groc 18* 7 17'A 178* 178*
Cons Laund 1 3 10** 10>A 10'* + 1*
ConsNatGas 2a 2 59 59 59 + '*
ConsßßCuba pf 3 28>* 28V* 28V* -<4
ConsßetStrl.2o 5 13** IJV* 13V*- **
Cons Text 1 M,a 2 14'* 14 14
Cons Vult 1.40 64 194* 194* 1984 + '* ■
Consum Pow 2 16 33»* 338* 33>* + %
Container IMe 3 40** 4C84 4084 + >*
Cont Bak 160 6 19 164* 19
Cont Can 2a 4 41'* 41>* 41>* + V*
ContCAßln 20a 17 in* JO'* 104* + v*
Cont Dla F 60* 21 16 154* 154* + >*
Cont Ins 2a 5 72** 72 7244 + 84
Cont Mot 35* 20 9‘* 98* 98* +V*
Cont Stl 1.40* 2 24*4 244* 245/e - *4
Cooper Bess 2b 3 28'* 28'* 28V* -4*
Copper R 80b 2 32 314* 32 + '*
Copw Stl 1.30* 5 28** 28'* PB‘* - V*
'Corn Exch 3 600 67% 6884 66%
Corn Pr 3.00 b 2 7684 76*4 7684 - •*
Corning Gil* 3 72'* 71'* 72>* + 1* •
Cotylnc'.g . 12 484 41* 484 + %
Crane Co 1.40* 9 368* 5584 368*+%*
Cr ofW’heatl 60 2 264* 264* 264*
Crown Cork 1 3 20V* 20 20
Crwn Zell 2 60a 2 55 5484 55 +>*
CrucStMSf 2 414* 4184 41**- 14
Cuban ASug 2* 2 23% 23'* 23'*- V*
Cudahy Pack 4 74* 74* 74*
Curtis Pub 20* 6 7'* 78* 7'*
Curtiss Wrl 1 16 1084 1084 1084
Curtiss Wr A J 6 2584 2584 2584 + '*
Cutler Ham 3__ 1 334* 334* 33%-%
DANA 3 ... 1 324* 324* 324*
Oavstrom la 2 la 18 18 + 1*
Davton PA L 2 5 34'* 334* 341*
Dayton Rub s «* 8 25'* 25V4 25'* - '*
Decca Rec 70 7 9V* 9 '■'*+'*
Deepßock 011 2 161 6' 61 + '*
DeereACo 2 Vi* 9 67 66 67 +lB4
i Deere Df 1.40 3 32»4 3?84 3J84 - 8*
i >el A Hudson* x 3 46% 46 46‘*
' DelLack&W'/.g 23 14** 1384 *1384 - 8*
Del PAL 1.20 1 2284 2284 2284 - ‘a
DenAR GW 3* 2 59‘A 59'* 59»* - 4*
DAR GWDf 5 3 6984 69 69 - >*
Derby 011 1 38 22'* 21'* 224* + 4*
Detroit Ed 1 20 3 2?% 2284 22'* *
DetMchStv 60 16% «•* tv* +V*
Det Stl Corp 2 3 39'* 394* 394*
Dr VUblsa 11 18'* 18 V* 188* - 8*
DevoeAßa A2b 1 258* 258* 25'*+ 8*
Dlam Mat 2a 2 51 51 51
DistCoß 1.20a 29 768* 758* 268*+ >*
Divco Cp 1.20 1 13'* 13* i 138* - V*
DoehlerJarvs'Ja 4 38 378* 38 - Vi
Dome Min 57* 65 17>/« 168* 17'*+'*
Douglas Alrc 3 7 541* 54 54% + 8*
1 Dow Ch 2 40b 11 US'* 1134* 115'* +2
| Dresserlnd 1 40 17 25V* 248* 25
i Duplan CP 60> 6 128* 128* 127* + V*
Du Pont 2 55* 18 100** 998* 100 +l*
EAGLE 1.20a 21 24% 24'* 24'* +B*
East Air >/«( 39 25V* 25 25'* + V*
East Corp lb 2 2 8 278* 274* - '*
East St St 1.60* 5 17 16'* 17
F.astmnKl 80w 16 46‘A 458* 46V* + V*
Eaton Mfg 2a 1 411* 418* 418* + 8*
Edis Br Str 1.20 7 16'* 168* 168* + 8*
Ekco Pr 1.40 6 188* 188* 188* + V*
Elas St Nut.9o* 8 13V4 13V* 13‘*+»*
El Auto Lite 3a 10 508* 50 50‘* + V*
Elec Boat la 2 1 238* 23‘* 238*+ 8*
El Stor Bat 1* 3 458* 458* 45%
Elliott Co la 9 28V* 278* 28 + 1*
ElPasoNG 1.60 16 32‘A 32 32
Emerßad&P lb 13 14 134* 1344 - ‘A
EmpireDEl.Olg 2 1 88* 1884 188*
Endicott J 1.60. 2 284* 288* 284*+ 8*
1 End-John pf * 30 100 100 100
Eouit Gas 1.30. 13 208* 204* >o4*
Eqult O Bid* 60 6 58* 54* 58* +V*
Erie RR 'A* 25 198* 194* 194* - 4*
i
8a lea-
Stoek and Add Net
Dividend Rate 00 Hlch. Low 1:15 chge.
Everaharp 1.40. 5 13'* If* J3>*
1 Ex-Cell-O 1 >*t - * 44 438* 44
FAIRBNKS 2a. 1 51% 51% 51%-'*
Palstaff Br 1 6 14 14 14 + •*
ram Finan 1.40* 4 15% 1584 15'*+'*
FeddersQui* la 13 12>A 12'* 12% + 8*
Fed Mot Truck 4 5% s‘* 54*
FeoerDStr 21*a 34 43'* 4’B* 43 + %
1 IFed DS Pf 4>« 20 104'* 1041* 104>* - >*
FeltATarr ,50a 6 17% 17% 17%
Ferro Co 1.20* 4 35V* 35‘A 35‘* - '*
I FldPhoen F 2a. 1 75 75 75 + 84
' Firestone 3>*g 1 1208* 120% UC* -14*
1 Flintkote 2a . 2 30% 30% 30% - '*
Florida PI 20 2 18‘* 18'* 18u
' Florsheim A 1 a 3 15 15 15
' FollansStllVn* 3 72% 25»* 22'*- »*
' Food Mch 1 '«* 2 46% 488* 46%
• +FoodMchpf3'« 240104 103 104 +l%
1 Foster Wheel 2 35 45'* 4!'* 458* +l%
• Francis Sug 2g 6 >2B* 22% 22%-%
1 Freeport Sul 4* 1113 113 113 -3
' Froedtert Cp la 1 168* 16% 16**+'*
» Fruehauf T2b 5 27% 27% 77'*- %
' 'Fruehauf pf 4 40 86 86 86 +1
GABRIEL 45* 18% 8% 88* I
Gairßobt.fio* 18 16** 16% 16% + >*
1 Gamble Sk 80* 2 8% 6% 8% + %
Garrett 1.20* . 1 21% 21% 21%+ V«
> Gar Wood Ind 2 74* 74* '4*
' Gayloro Co IV* 1 34% 34% 34% - %
» Gen AmTrans 3 3 * 52% 52% 52% + 8*
' Gen Bak sfig 2 118* 11% 11% - %
Gen Cable 30g )6 10% 10% 10%
• 'Gen Clg of 7 10 170 170 120 +>*
> Gen Elec 2.10 g 57 61% 604* 60%
■ Gen Fin 40a 3 7% 7% 7%
> Gen Foods 240 10 45 444» 45 + %
1 Gen Instr 20* 4 68* B>* 8%
Gen Mills 2a 2 61% 61% 61%+1
' Gen Motors 3* 26 50% 50% 504 - %
Gen Mot Df 5 1 123% 123% 123% + %
' Gen Por Cem2a 1 36 36 36 + %
Gen Prec Eq 1 53 744 * 23% 23% -1%
• Gen Pub Sv 'ie 2 3% 3% 3%
GenPbUtll 1.20 8 18% 18% 18%
> GenßvSigl 20a * 1 25 25 25 - %
» OenßealADt 1* 4 6% 8% e%
Gen Telephne 2 x 6 31% 31 31 - %
I Gen TA R 2 5 47% 47 47% - »*
♦GnTAR Df 4 u * 30 88 88 88
Ga Pac Ply 18* 4 21 20% 70% - %
Gillette 2 ..8 29% 29 29 - %
1 Gimbel Bros 1.. 6 20% 20 20>*+ %
1 Glean Ha rv 2 . 1 70% 20% 20% - %
1 Glldden 2a . 17 41% 41% 41% - %
Olldn cv of 2'* 7 67V* 61% 61% - %
1 Goodall Sanfd 10 19% 19% 19%
■ Goodrich I'ih 18 61% 61% #'%+%
1 Goodvear 4 a 1 95% 95% 95% + %
’ Goodvear 3wt 7 <*B 474* 47% + V*
• C>ouldNatßat3 1 50 50 50 + V*
» VanhT Min 2 8% 8% 8%
1 Grand Dnlon lb 5 33 32% 32% - %
GranCStll lOh x 7 26% 26% 26'a - %
' Grant WTl'i 4 79% 29% 79%+ %
' ‘OrantWTnf.ia; 10 94% 94% 94% - >*
OtNorlrOl'ie 17 16% 15% 16'*+%
Gt Nor Ry pf 3* 2» 52% 52% 52%
Gt Wests 1.20a 8 19% 198* 19»* + %
Green HL 2* 10 40% 40% 40% - V*!
Greens TAD 2b 5 27% 26% 27%
Greyhound 1 79 11'* 11% 11%+ %
OrumAtr En If 25 24>* 23% 23%+ '+
Gulf MAO? 26 77% 27% 77% - V 5
Oul' MAO Os 6 2 67 67 62 + *
Gulf Oil B*h 49 56'* 56 56% + V
Gulf 8t Ut 1.20 5 21% 211* 21'*- %
HALL PR 130 1 17% 17% 17%- %
Halllburt 2'ia 10 38% 388* 38'*+%
Harb Walk 5a 2 32 37 32 -V*
HartSAMl 20*. 2 25 >4% 244* - %
Hat Coro '* t 6% 6% 6% - V*
Hayes Indus 1 2 10% 10>* 10%
Haye> Mfg 45* 77% 7>+ 7%
Hecht Co 1.80 2 31 JO* 31 + I*
1 Hercules Mot 1. 3 21 20% 21
' Here Pdr 1 65*. 2 75% 7-'i 75% - %
' Hersh Choc 2a * 2 40% 40% 40'*- %
' Heyden Ch 70* 7 24% 24% 74% - %
' HindeAD 1 20a 2 21% 21% 211* - %
1 HollandFum2* 3 23% 73% ?3% - %
' Holly eus 1 a . 1 19>* 19' a 19'* +>*
Homestakel %* 20 37% 36% 36%+ %
1 Honolulu O1 %* 11 58% 57% 58% +l%
1 HoudHersh *l*. 2 13% 13% 13%
1 HousehldFS 40 4 J9>* 3®% 39% - %
Housf LAP go 12 18% 18'.* 18% - %
Houston 011 2a 2 69% 69% 60% + %
' Ho* a "rvl ?'.e 7 70% 70 70 - 4*
HudßayMln 4a 10 57% 57 57% + %
Hudson Mot Ip 10 14' i 14% 14% - >*
Hunt Fds *if 3 19% >9% l«* i + %
' Hunp Corp 71% 3'* + %
1 Hussmnn 1 20a 5 70% 20% 20% + %
ILL CENT 3 _ 6 61 60% 60% - **
• 111 Power 2,20 3 36% 361* 36% - V*
1 111 Term RR go 7 B'* 844 B'* + %
• IndplsPALl g. 5« 7 344* 34% 34% - %
Inland St! 2>*( 6 52'* 52% 524* - %
1 InsDlr Cop 1 ’g* 6 24% 24% 24%+ %
tnterehm 1 20* 1 25% 25'* 2544 + %
1 Inter Rub 40* 6 4 3'* 4
1 Tnterlake Ir *i* 15 18% 174* 18 - %
1 Int Bus Mch 4b 2 223 221% 223 +l%
1 Int Harvest 2a 31 3544 34% 34% - %
Int Hydro E) A 10 H% 14% 14% - %
IntMlnAC 160 76 55% 33 35
Int Minin* 3 3% «% 3% + %
1 Int Nickel 2 25 «9% 39 39 %
Int Pack 90* . 2 I’% 13% ’3%+ 8*
1 Int Paper .7 9 53% 3' 53% ♦ %
Int TAT 4Sw.. 20 17% 171* 17%+ %
Int Dtll 1.20 . . 4 271* 27% 77%+ %
Isl Crk Coal 3 2 374* 374* 374* ♦ %
TACOBSPt 7 6 5% 6
lAEGER M 1 »4* 5 20 20 20 + 8*
'ohnsMan 2%« 8 624* 67% «»«* *■ %
tones At 1.358 21 45% 75% 75%+%
'or Mf* 3a 2 34'* 34% 34% + %
WAISERI SOb 29 34% 33% 34%+14*
■Talamizoo.'lfi* 12 15 14% 15 +
Kan Citv 8 B*4* 3 65% 65% 65% ♦ %
KanCtv 80 of 4 3 65% 63% 65% + %
Kan PAL 112 8 '6% 157/* 14% - %
Kelsey-H A2% 4 30% 30% 30% - %
Kennecotf 3*** 10 604* 80 804*+ »*
Hern CLd%h n 10 ’9B* *B% 39 +l4
Keystone 160 2 77% ??% 27% - %
KlmbClark? 40 * *tV* 48% 48% - %
Kopoers Co 2a. 6 434* 434* 434*+%
Kresge SS !a. 11 40 39% 40 + %
' Kress SH 2'4« . 5 54% 34% 54% - %
Kroger Co 1 60 7 37% 37% 37%
LACLEDE G4O 94 74* 7% 74*+ %
Lambert l**g 4 25% 75 75 %
LaneWellsJ ?0a 4 19% 19% 19%
teeRAT.Ja 5 66 63% 66 + %
LeesASnsl 40a 7 70% 20% 207* - %
1 Leh CAN 35* 10 9% 9% 9% - %
Leh Val Coal 5 >% 2 7%
Leh Val RR 7 11% 11% 11%+ %
'jehman 3 79* 2 70 70 7n - %
1 Lerner Strs I'* 20 74% 2354 ?4%+1%
1 Llb-O-Fd l'*« 12 ’*% 35% ’s'*- %
Lib McNAt 'ia 6 c% ®% «%
' Llgg AMT 4* 21 69 68% 68% - %
1 lily Tulip l a «* 6 5744 57% 47%
Link Belt 2.40 3 47% 47 47 - %
Lion OH 2 45 444* 43% 444*+1
LiqCarbl.2o ll 72 71% 21%-%
Lockheed 30h. 40 2is* 21% 21%+ %
Loew s Inc l'i 28 174* 17% 174*+%
I LoneStCrn 70h 12 75 24% 74»4 - %
LonrßellA lM.lt 7 37% 37% 37%-1%
Lone Isl Lt go 22 14% 141* 14% _ %
' Lorillard 1.50*. 2 7244 72% 724*+%
'Ton A: Nash 4 . 4,53% e 3% 53%
1 Lowensteln 2... 6 31 304* 31
Likens Stl la 6 46% 46% 464*
MAMWDWTCI 2 16 16 16 - %
' Mack Trks *’.w 16 16% 16% 16%+ %
Macy R H 2.40 6 *4% jj% ’4Bh+ %
Magma Copper 1 36** 36% 368* 4*
Magnavox I%f 2 if* 16 16%
ManatiSugl M.f 7 134* 13** 13**- %
Maracaibo 30 16 11% 11% ll%+ %
Marathon 18i« 7 48% 47% 48% + %
Marine Midi 60 5 10»* 104* 10**
Marsh Field 2 3 ’O** 30% 30% + %
Martin OL f 17'* 17% 17% + %
MartlnPar 30p 3 171* 17% 12%+ %
Masonite la 10 37% 32% 35%
Math Ch 1 60a 16 45% 45% 45%+%
MayDeptStl SO 3 33% 33 33% + %
McCrory Btr 1 2 18 18 18 + %
MeOrawEl3a 3 50% 50% 50% + %
Mclntyre 2.01 a 2 64'* 64% 64% - %
McKessAß 2'ib 8 47 41% 42
McLell Strsl %a 3 24% 74% 74% + %
Mead Cp 1 60a 12 27% 77 77% +B*
MelvllleSll 1 80 1 24% 74% 74% - %
Mengel 2 . 8 184* 18% 18% - %
Merck ACo 2a_ 1 103 103 103 +B*
MergLlnol 60a. 4 324* 32% ’2% - '*
Miami Con *4* 3 214* 71% 21%
MldCont Pet 3* 72 714* 69% 71%+2
Mid St Ut 120 x 39 19% 18% 1* +%
Minn Hon I*B* « 52% ‘2% 52% - %
Minn Mol 1 60 13 22% 22 22** + %
MSPASSMIg 6 17% 17% 17%-'*
Minn MAM 'ih 7 43% 43% 43% + '+
Minn PAL 2.20 4 3l*+ 31% 31%+%
Mission Corp 17 31% 30% ’1 - %
Miss Dev 40f . 6 17% 17% 17%
Miss Rlv Fu 2b 10 34% 34% 54% + %
Mo Kan Tex 79% 9% 9%
Mo Kan Tex pf 20 *7% 56% 564* + '*
Mo Pac RR nf 10 20% 20% 20>i
MonarchM »0h 2 20% 70% 20%
Monsanto 2'ia 12 101% 1008* 10' +%
Mont Dak tJ.nO 60 25% 24% 24% - %
MontPw 1.40a 13 74s* 74% V4%+ %
Mont Ward 2a 17 70% 70% 70% - %
Moore-McCl'i 76 184* 18% 18%+ %
Morrell 8* .6 13% 13 13%
Motor Prod 2a e 298* 79 79% + %
Motorola 2b 1 48'e 48% 48%
Mueller Br .90* 10 708* 20 20% + %
MulllnsM I 60a 114 24 23% 2 54*+%
Munsingwear 17 12% 12% 12% +B*
MurphyGCl'ia 3 57% 56% 57'*+1%
Murray Cp ?a x 7 20% 20% 20% **
NASH KELV 2a 13 19% 19 19
'Nash CASL 3* 120 73% 73% 73% - %
NatAirl'/g* 15 15% 15 15% + %
NatA"toFlber 2 4 194* 19% 19%
Nat Biscuit 2 15 33 32% 32%+%
Nat Can 35* 32 11% 11% lU*+ 8*
Nat Cash R 2 80 5 58 57% 57% - %
Nat Conti 24 13% 13% 13%
Nat Dairy 3 . 10 50% 50% 50% - %
Nat Dlstlllra 2 27 J 3% 33 33 + %
NatGvpsml.4o 8 18% 18% 18%
Nat Lead 2a 17 91% 91% 91%+**
NatLinbnSv SO 6 9 9 9
NatMASC 184* 24 37% 36% 37** +l%
Nat Pw ALt .31 2 1% 2 + %
Nat Steel 3a 9 53% 53% 53%+ %
Nat Sup 160a 30 28% 27% 28%+'*
Nat Tea 1 60 3 22% 22 22%
NatVulFibl 20 10 17'* 16% 17% + %
Natomas 40* . 10 8% 8% 6% + %
NehlCorp 70.. 3 10% 10% 10%
1 Nesco Inc . 3 108* 10‘* 108* - %
I Newberry .1J 2 4 40 39% 40 + 4*
1 NEEISys 80 17 12 12 12
1 Newmont M 3*. 1 123% 123% 123% 81%
i Newnt Ind 1 ’** 13 20% 20 208* - **
NewotNwsS 2a 3 35% 35 35% + '*
1 NY Airßr 1.60 10 2044 20% 20V.
NY Central le 54 18% 184* 'B**+%
1 NY CASL Os 6 3 105% 106% 106%
INYNH A Hart 26 17 16% 17 + %
INYNHA HDf 21 47% 44 47 - %
NYStFAG 1.70 6 26% 2644 26% - %
1 Nlax M P 1.40 15 23% 23% 23%+%
Noma Elec B*w 4 9% 9% 9%
i Nopco Chem 2a 3 488* 48 48 - %
Norf A West 3a 8 47% 46% 46% - %
No Am Avia Mi* 28 16'/% 16% 16% + %
No Am Co 1.20 41 18 17% 18
1 tNorthernCent* 3 80% 80% 80% + %
NoNatGai I SO 4 37% 37% 37% 1
NorPaclflc 2 1 ** 83 52% 52 52% + %'
1 Nor 8t Pow 70 52 10% 10% 108*
ItN StPw 4.80 pf 1 108 108 108 +**
L
Stock and Add Net
Dividend Rata 00. Hlch Low 1:15. ch*e.
Northwest Alrl 20 14 13% 14 + 8*
Northw Airl pf. 23 23 22% 23 + %
'NorthwestTet 520 34 3i% 33
NorwtchPh ,80a 4 208* 20 20 - %
1 OHIO EDIS 2 12 33% 33 33 - %
, Ohio 011 2* 20 57% 5d% 57 + %
Okla GAE 1.30 20 21% 21 21 - %
, Oliver Co 2.40 5 31% 31‘* 31% + %
Otis Elev 2| 2 36% 36% 36%
OutbMAM 1.05* 5 19 19 19 - V*
Owens ll) G) 3* 8 89 88% 89 - %
1 Pac Fin 1 80 5 22% 22% 2244 - %
1 Pac GA E 2 1 34% 34% 34% + %
, Pac Lighting 3 4 51% 51% 51% + %
'Pac TA T 7 240 111 110% 111 +%
Pac Tin C .30* “ 5% 58* 5%
1 Pac West Oil 13 20% 20% 20%
Packard 20* 38 5 4% 4% - %
1 PanAmAlrw’.c. 12 10% 10% 10%
, Panhdle EPL 2 3 54% 54% 54% + %
1 Panh PAR 30* 11 8% B‘* 8»* - %
P*ram Piet 2 2 27 27 27 + %
1 Park Ouh 10e 12 3% 3% 3%
, Parke Dav 180 4 58% 58 58 - %
Parkrßust 2',a* 1 37 37 37 +1
I Parmeiee Tr V. 17% 7% 7% +**
, Patino Min 111 3 17% 17% 17% + %
. Peab Coal 60 4 8% 8% 8%
. Penney JC 2a 1 68' 4 68% 688. - %
PeunDlxC 1.60a 7 25'* 25% 25‘* + */«
. Penn Coal AC 1 13% 13% 13% + %
.Penn PAL 1.60 3 27 27 27
, Penn RR 'Ac 12 19% 19 19 + %
Peoples Drue 2 1 32% 324* 32%
, Pepsi Cola .. 5 9»* .9% 9%
Petrol Co 45* 1 23% 238* 23% - %
Pfeiffer Brew 2 1 20% 208* 20% + %
, Pfizer 11 438* 43'* 43'*
Phelps Dod 38** 12 70V« 69% 70‘* + %
Phils Elec 18* 16 29% 28% 29% + %
, Phil El SI Pf 1. 3 2484 23% 23% - %
, PhARCAII 40a 5 14% 14% 14% - %
, Philco I.HOb ._ 9 25% 24% 25 + %
, Philip Mor 3b 7 49V* 48% 49'* + %
Phillips Pet J. 40 43 53% 53% 53% - %
Pltneyßowes la 4 178* 17 17
, Pitts CA C 1 6 36% 36% 36%
Pitt Con Coal 3 9 49% 49 49 + %
, Pitt For* 3 /«* . 3 18% 18% 18%
, PltPlateG 1.05* 630 494a 49%
Pitt SCAB 60a 10 10% 10 108*
, Pitt Stl 19 26 25 25% - '*
, tPlttStl prpfsß*3so 78% 788* 78'*- %
, Pittston Co I 6 27'* 26% 27 - %
, Plvmth O 40h 12 35% 35% 35%
, Poor ACo la 7 18% 18% 18% + %
1 Pot Elec PW 00 6 14% 14 14% + %
Pressed Stl Car 23 13 12% 12% + %
, PbSvEAG 1.60 17 23% 23% 23% - %
, PSEAG of 1.40 5 26% 26% 26%
, Pub Svlnrt I>o 10 298* 298* 29* . - %
, Publickrln l'.f 45 20** 19% 208«+ %
Pullman 11** 11 44% 44Va 44%
, Pure 011 2 .33 608* 59 59%+1%
, QUAKRO Psh 1 34% 34% 34% '*
, RADIO CP '** 69 22% 22% 22% +B*
I RKO Pictures 76 4»* 4'* 4%
.(RKOThea .10* 38 48* 4% 4«*
itayomer 3 3 61 61 81 + *
. j Rayonler of 2 11 37 36% 37 + %
i Readme Co 2 2 26% 26% 2644+ V*
Reeves Bro 1.20 16 17% 17% 171*
, Rem Rand lb 38 218* 21 21%+%
, Reo Motors * 20% 20** 20% - 8*
Repub Avia B'.* 17 15 14% 14%
-tepub Pictures 136 s>* 5 58* +B*
Rep Piet pf 1 20 11 10% 11+8*
, Repub Stl 28'.* 14 43% 43% 43% ->* ;
Re> ereCABl B*c 6 30% 308* 30%+ B*|
. Recall Dru* 13 78* 77
' Reyn Met 4«* . 5 554* 55 55
Reyn Tob B 2 5 33% 33% 33% - 841
♦ReynTob d!4V* 2 106 105 105 - %
’ RlcbOeld Oil 3a 6 *lß* 61 618*-%
Roan Ant Cop . 6 5% 5% 5% -V*
, Robbins M Iv* 3 35% 35% 35% + %
Rob Fulton 18*a 4 18% 18% 18%
Ronson 1.40a 9 18% 18% 18'*- '*
‘ Roval Tvpe 2 1 25% 25% 25%+ V*
‘ SAFEWY 2 40a 28 34% 34% 34%
• StJoeLead 2'** 12 498* 49 49V* + %
' St L 8 F 1 ’.* 14 271* 26% 26%
'St Re* Paper 1 40 17% 17% 17%
1 Schenley Ind 2_ 24 358* 34% 35% + 8*
’ Scovill Mfg 2a. 2 35% 358* 358*+ '*
' Serantn Elec 1 5 14% 148* 148* - V*
Scab ALRR 4. 57 59% 59% 59% - '*
1 Seab Fin 180 _ 6 198* 198* 198*
• Feaboard Oil 2 2 95 94 95
• Sears Roeb 2a 19 55% 55'* 55% + %
1 Serve' ’** 49 8% 88* 8%
' Sham OAG 2 9 358* 35 35'*+'/.;
• SharonStl 2V.» 10 46 458* 46 + B*l
• Sharp AD 90* 3 458* 45 45 -%l
•Shell Oil 3 7 70% 69% 69% - %
’Sheraton A6O 18 11% 11% 11%+%1
• Silver Km* Col 9 4% 4% 4%+ B*l
• SimmonsCol'.i 4 32 32 32 —B*
' Sinclair 011 2a 147 45% 44% 45% + %
‘ Smith A Cor t* 1 23 23 23 - %
1 SoconvVac 1.60 46 36% 36V* 36% - %
'So Am Gold "n 18 58* 5% 5% +B*
> SoCaroEAG 60 48 88* 8% 88*
Sou Cal Edla 2 3 34% 34 34V*- V*
' Southern Co .80. 42 11% 11% 11%
> SolndOAE I'*. 4 228* 21% 22%
' SouNatGas 2V* 4 49% 49 49%
' 801 Pacific 5a 28 658* 64% 64% + 8*
South Ry 3* . 8 53% 53% 53%
Sou Rwy pf 6 2 65% 85% 85% - 8*
' Sparks Wth.2o* 4 5% 5% 5%
' Sperry Corp 2 16 33% 33V* 338* - %
Spiegel 1 12 12 11% 12 + %
I Square D 1 40* 11 28 278* 28 + %
' Soulbb 8«h .13 27% 27 27 + 8*
' Stdßrnds 1 20a 9 228* 22% 22%
Std COU Prod 1 6 13% 13% 13%
std Gas A Elec 11 10% 10% 10% + %
Std OAF $4 pf 5 74% 73% 73% - %
• StdGEipr pf?k 1188% 188% 188% - %*
St-tocal 1.95 b 12 54% 54% 54%-%
Std O ind 28*b 24 71% 71% 71%
Std Oil NJ 3a 41 89% 69% 69% - %
Std O Ohio 2.40 29 45% 45% 45% + 8*
ltd Ry Gau la 3 15% 15% 15%+%
Std Stl Sp* 2b 10 22% 22% 22%
1 Sterling Dr 2a. 3 45% 45 45
Stevens JP 2* 7 44% 44% 441* - %
Btew War 1 40* 22 19% 19% 19% + %
Btok V Camp 1 36 18% 17% 17% - %
> StoneAWeb %* 10 22% 22% 22%
Btudebaker2’*c 9 28% 28% >B% + %
1 Sun Chem 60a 3 11% 11% 11%
1 Sunray 0 1.20 230 23% 22% 238*+ %
Sunshine M 80 10 12% 12% 12% + %
> Suth Pap 1 >*a 2 26% 26% 26% + %
1 Swift ACo 1.60a 11 34% 34 34%+ %
Sylvan El Pr 2a 27 34% 34% 34% + %
TE\N CP 1 45* 2 38 38 38
1 Texas Co 260 35 57 56% 56% ♦ %
' TexGulfPr 1.40 51 27% 26% 27%+%
Tex Gulf Su) 4a 7 101 100 101 - %
1 TexPCAO 140 7 43% 43% 43%
' TexPa' LT 70* 4 124 1*3% 1238* - %
' Tex A Pac Ry 6 2 90 90 90 + '»
' Tex util 1 38* 19 29** 291* 29‘* - %
Textron 2 .5 18% 18% 18%
Textron pfl'4 2 19% 19% 19'/*+ %
Thermold 80 13 11% 11% 11% - %
Thomason Pr 2 11 41% 41% 41% - >* :
Tide W Assoc * 11 41% 41 418*+ 84;
1 TimkDetAxlw 3 20% 20>* 20%+ %
Tlmk RBr 2'/«* 6 49% 49% 49%
1 Toledo Bdit 70 15 10% 10% 10%
1 Trans World Air 10 23% 22% 23 + %
Transsmerl.2o. 9 21% 21% 21%
1 TrlCont 80* 36 14% 14% 14%
' 'Tri Cont pf 8 160 106% 106% 106%
Truax Tr 1.60 4 17% 17% 17%
Twen C Fox 2 31 20% 20% 20%
Twin Coach 7 10% 10% 10% + %
I DNDRWD 5«4* 3 56 55% 55% - %
Union Bat 2a .. 7 50'* 50 50 - %
' Un Carbide 2a 16 64 63% 64
CD Oil Calif 2 19 40% 40% 40% + %
Un Pacific 6a 5 103% 103 103% + %
1 Un Pacific of 2 3 .48% 48% 48% + 8*
UnTnkCar 260 1 378* 37% 378* - %
1 ”td Air L%c 18 29% 28% 29
Utd Alrc 2b 12 32% 31% 31% - V*
UtdßlsC 1.06a 2 32% 32% 32%+%'
Utd Bd A C '** 4 18 18 18
Utd Carbon 28* 6 63% 63 63%-%
UtdClgWhel 5 3% 3% 3% + %
Utd corp 20 30 4% 4% 4%
Utd El Coal la- 6 23% 23% 23%+%
UtdFneAFrt 8a 2 51% 51% 51% - %
Utd Fruit 8a 5 70% 694* 70% + % '
Utd Gas Corp 1 40 22% 22% 22% + %
UtdOslmo 1 40 7 29 28% 28%
Utd MAM 1 a 26 15% 15 15 ,
UtdParamTh 2 40 21 20% 21 + % 1
USAFcrßec 55* 8 54% 54% 54% -% <
U S Gvpsum 4a 3 114 113% 114
US Leather 14 24 23% 24 + %
USLeathpf2'*« 272 71% 72 +1 !
U S Pipe AF 3 2 39 39 39
US Plywd 140 b 9 36% 35% 368* +% 1
+USPIy pfß 3% 310 102 100% 102 +l% I
U S Rubber 4* 29 71% 70% 71% + % .
US Smelt »*« . 3 648* 63% 63%-1
US Steel 2V,« 69 43% 43% 43%
Utd Strs 2pf l .* 10 10% 10% 10%
UnlvCycl Stl la 4 26% 26% 26%
Un>v Pictures 4 11% 11 11% + 8*
VAN NOR 90* 2 17% 17% 17% - %
Van ftalt 1.95* 2 30% 30% 30% - 8*
Vanadium 1 1 ** 9 38 37% 37%
Vert-c Su* 2 9 21 20% 20% - %
Vtet ChmWks 1 2 31 31 31 - % ;
Va Caro Chem 131 17% 16% 16>/i - %
VaCaroCh pf«k 7 132% 131 132% +2 ,
Va EIAPw 1.20. 16 21% 20% 21
WALKER H3a 15 51% 50% 51%+ % ;
Walworth 45* 8 10% 10% 10% B* I
Ward Bak la 6 18% 18% 18%+%;
Warner Bros 1 32 14% 14% 14% +% ■
WarnerHudnt 1 3 18 17% 17% —B* (
Warren Pet .80. 4 30% 30% 30%
WavnePmD 'ie 2 15 15 15 + % 1
Webster Tobac - 6 8% 8% 8% - % 1
WesOAS 1 40a 3 31% 31% 31% - 8* >
WKy Coal 2* 17 26% 26 26% +% j
W Penn Elec 3-. 8 28% 28% 28% 1
WVa PAP 2a _ 3 90% 90% 90% - %
West Air L '** 1* 13 % +V* ,
W’estAutoSup3a IX *W* *»
Western Md 6 21% 21% 21%
West Pacific 3 21 55 54% 54% + %
West Un Tell* 95 45 42% 45 +2% ?
WestlngAß 160 17 26% 26V* 26% - %
Westhse Elec 2 38 39% 39% 39% ,
WsthseElpf3 80 2 100% 100% 100% -% •
Wheel Steel 3 7 438* 4384 438* 1
WhlteSewM 2a 3 17% 17% 17% + % i
Wilcox 011 1- 27 20% 19% 20%+%!
Willvs-Overlnd 21 9% 984 9% + %
Wlllys-O Pf 4% 2 69% 69 69
Wilson ACo 1 5 13% 13 13 -84 !
WISEIPW 1.20 13 20% 208* 20% -8* 1
Woolwortb 2a . 16 64 43% 44 +V* ;
Worth PAM 2a. 13 29% 29 29 -% ,
YORK CP %• « 14 13% 13% - V* <
YoungSAT2‘«* 11 5284 51% 52 + 84 1
ZENITH R2a 5 61% 618* 61% - V* 1
Zonite 10* 6 4% 4% 4%
Hourly Sale* an the Exchange today:
11:00 a.m. 370 000 12:uo noon 700 000 J
1:00 p.m. 1 040 000 2:00 p.m. 000 000,
'Unit ol nading 10 shares *ln oaut
mptcy or receivership or being reorganized 1
under the Bankruptcy Act or -securities ‘
assumed ov such companies Rates of divi- *.
bends m the foregoing üble are annual
disbu.sehients based on th* last quarterly 1
or semiannual declaration Unless other
wise noted special or extra dividends ar*
not included eld Called, x Ex-dlvidend.
xr Ex rights, a Also extra or extras 0 Plus 1
stock dividend 6 Cash or atock e Paid
last rear f Payable ih atock estimated ,
rash value on ex-divldend date ■ De- L
blared or paid ao far this vear h De- J
dared or paid after stock dividend or ;
split-up k Declared or paid this year an '
accumulative issue with dividends in ar* 11
rears, jp Paid this year, dividend* omitted, £
deferred or no action taken at mat dtvl- J
. dend meeting w Declared or poM -in tl
1951 plus stock dividend, v utquidatln* .
dividend • Payable in stoek. exact cash h
'value undetermined on declaration date 3
Rail Stocks Advance
And Then Slide Back '
On Mixed Exchange
ly th* Associated Press
NEW YORK, Sept. 7.—Prices
held to a narrowly mixed range
today in the stock market with
the railroads doing a little better
than the rest of the list.
The carriers were ahead from
the start of trading, but they
were unable to maintain their
best prices consistently. Nickel
Plate opened down $2.
A dollar either way covered
most plus and minus signs with
a considerable number of leading
issues trading unchanged.
Copper Shares Hesitant.
Copper mining issues were hesi
tant while Washington controllers
debate whether copper prices
should be permitted to go up.
The automobile division did
practically nothing. There is an
industry belief that production
will suffer from the copper short
age, made acute by last week’s
strike, and by the tight steel situ
ation forced by military needs.
Aircrafts made an early try at
advancing and made small prog
ress without exciting any volume
of buying. There was a better
feeling in that section based on
the vote of a Senate subcommittee
for an additional $5 billion for
greater air strength.
Gold Stocks Hold Firm.
Gold issues were unchanged to
a little higher. Canada is discuss
ing price relief for its mines.
Treasury Secretary Snyder says
he doesn't believe the Interna
tional Monetary Fund will discuss
a new gold price at its sixth meet
ing next week in Washington.
The Treasury still insists on keep
ing its price at $35 a fine ounce.
Higher prices were paid for
j Santa Fe, Pennsylvania Railroad,
.Sinclair Oil. Johns - Manville.
Western Union, International j
! i Telephone, Homestake Mining,'
[Dome Mines, Dow Chemical,!
! American Can. General Electric.!
Goodyear, Boeing and Douglas
| Aircraft.
Lower were Standard Oil (New
'Jersey), International Nickel.
United States Gypsum, Southern
I California Edison. American Cya
! namid, Union Carbide. Montgom
' ery Ward and International Har
vester.
i Trading was light in the bond
market, with prices slightly high-:
I'er. United States Government se
curities in the over-the-counter
market were unchanged to slightly
II lower.
! Canada's Production
Rose 8 Pet. in 1950
OTTAWA—Goods and services
produced in Canada in 1950
reached a record total value of
$17.7 billion, a gain of $1.3 billion,
or 8 per cent over the previous
peak of $16.4 billion in 1949.
Canada's national income, which
i represents the nation’s income
from current production, also iin
creased by 8 per cent, from $13,-
167,000 in 1949 to $14,164,000 in
1949. Salaries, wages and supple
mentary labor income showed a 6
per cent gain.
Tire Output Doubled
CARACAS.—More than 80.000
automobile tires were produced in!
Venezuela in 1950, compared with
40.000 in 1945.
! Washington Exchange
1 , .. SALES.
Lanston Monotype—:i<) at 19'a.
Pot Elec Pwr com—l 39 at 14.
Peoples Drug St com—loo at 32 s *.
Garflnckel pfd—Bs at 198*.
Pot Pwr 3.69 Dfd B—9 at 43%, 1*
Pot Elec Pwr 3.80 pfd A—J at 43%.
Pot Elec Pwr com—lo at 14%.
* -r„..r BONDS Bld Asked.
|Am TAT cv tjb 2%s 1957 120% 121%
Am TAT cv db 2 3 <s 1961 114 115
iAm TAT cv db 3%s 1959 1208* 121'.«
!Cap Transit Ist rl 4s 1964 loo'.
Georgetown Gas Ist 5s 1961 113%
Pot Elec Pwr 3%s 1977 988*
Pot Elec Pwr 3s 198:’. 98
Pot Elec Pw»r 2T*s 1984 94
Wash Gas 5s 1960 1131*
Ter Rf AW Cp Ist 4s 1958 101 11”
PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS.
American Tel A Tel (9>__ 1628*
Capital Transit la 2) ‘42 45
Pot Elec Pwr com (.00) ... ®l4 14'*
PEP 3.604 J pfd A (1.801 _ *43 45
PEP 3.60% pfd B 11,801 _ *43 45
Southern Co com U (.80) . 11% 12
Va El A Pwr com U (1.20)- ®204« 218*
Wash Gas Lt com (1.50) 25% 2HB«
Wash Gas Lt cm of (4.25) 9.8* 98
Wash Gas Lt cc pf (4.501 102 104
BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES.
Capital (+ 1) . , . ... 288* 30
Liberty (8) 320
Lincoln (t6> .... 340
Riggs (tl2) 360 370
Washington (t.ooi 38
Amer Sec ATr (*I» 318* 83
(Natl Sav Tr (tß> 465
Union Trust Co (t) .. 428*
| Wash Loan A Tr (41.20) 43
Bank of Bethesda ('1.501 40
Com A Savings ('lo> 325
i FIRE AND TITLE INSURANCE.
American ('6> 21"
Flremen’a (1.60) 31
National Union (.76) 20
Columbia (t.3(D 13
Real Estate ('6) 162 100
MISCELLANEOUS. 1
Carpel Coro 11 14 ,
Garflnckel com (1 60) 10 10%, 1
Garnnckei 5%®7 pfd (1.3751 21% 22%'
Garflnckel 4% f 7 old (1.125) 19 19%
Hecht Co (1.60) 30% 31%
Hecht 3 3 /*V r cm pf (3 75) 9" .
Lanston Mono (2) 19'* 20 I
Meraenthaler Lino (a.80) 32% 34 ,
Natl Mtc A Inv pfd (a.3o> 88* 9 .
Peoples Dru* 8t com (31 - ®32 33
Security Storage ('5) 105
Ter Ref A Wh Coro '3l S 3 !
Wdwrl A Lothrop com (2) •31% 33
Wdwd A Lothrop ofd (5) *lO6 J
•Ex dividend. +Plu* extra or extra*,
a Paid ao far thta year. U Unlisted.
Chicago Grain
CHICAGO. Sept. 7 (/Pi. —Grain prices
rolled higher In fairly active dealings on 1
the Board of Trade today. Weather, ex
port business and an apparently trow.n* '
revival of Inflationary sentiment com
bined to brln* buying Into cereals.
Corn started the market upward
Nearby deliveries went to their best
prices since May while the May and July
contracts sold at new seasonal highs.
Later, a short-covering movement «ot '
underway In September soybeans, which
spurted nearly 5 cents.
Wheat at noon was %-1% higher. Sep
tember. 2.43'*: corn,%%-s«l s « higher. Sep
tember. 1.77%: oats. % to 1 cent higher.
September. 80%: soybeans. 1 %-4% higher, j
September. 2.86. and lard. 5 to IS cents aii
hundred pounds higher. September. 10.65 1
1
Chicago Livestock
CHICAGO. Sept. 7 opi (United States '
Department of Agriculture >. —Salable hogs. <
7.000; active: uneven: butchers steady to 1
10 cents hither: sows steady but closed !
slow: bulk choice 190-280 pounds. 20.76-
21.00: scattered sales choice 215-260 )
pounds. 21.10-21.15: top. 31.16 for around !
three loads; heavier butchers scarce; most ;
160-190-pound lights. 19.25-20.75: lows.
400 pounds and down. 17.25-19.00; few 1
under 300 pounds slightly more; 400-500 ,
pounds. 18.25-17.25: 500-600 pounds, j
15.75-16.50: good clearance. ,
Salable cattle. 1 .(100: salable calves. '
300; prime steers strong: other grades
and classes mostly steady; two loads '
choice and prime 1.000-1.050-pound year
ling steers. 38.00-38.50; few sales *ood
and choice steers. .T 2.60-37.25: load choice
. 75-pound heifers. 35.35: commercial
cows. 27.00-29.50: bulk canner to utility
cow's. 19.00-25.50: utility to good bulls. (
27.00-30.50; commercial to prime vealers.
28.00-37.00.
Salable sheep. 500: all classes steady; .
lambs predominated: top. 32.00; bulk ‘
good to prime lambs. 30.50-31.00; culls. ,
18.00-32.00: bulk slaughter ewes. 13.50- {
15.00: clearance good.
1
New York Cotton
NEW YORK, Sept. 7 i4B.—Cotton fu- *
tures maintained a steady undertone to
day Most of the business, however, was .
transacted on and shortly after the open- |
in*. Trade buying, presumably for textile
mill account and reports that new cotton
crop was bein* held off the market p
brought the higher trend. Offerings en C
the advance were liaht. p
Noon prices were 40 to 85 cants a bale p
higher than the previous close. October N
34.49, December 34.55. and March 34.07. 4

N. Y. Bond Market
(Farnishei by the Associated Press.)
LIST INCLUDES ONLY SELECTED ISSUES
FOREIGN A l..|LehVHTrmosß4 818*1
Chile 3%-3s 93 3714 ’Leh V4> 2003A 69
Colombia 8s 70 52% MSPSSM 4s 91 60%
Copenhan6s 62 77%jM.K-T 6a 02 A 97%
Grk 6568 Dt Dd 10% m-K-T sd 6567 61%
It CCon 2-3577 39% Mo-Pac 58*1 49 6384
Japan 58*s 66 67% Mo-Pac 5a 77 F 113%
TokyoEllt6s63 87 Mo-Par 5$ 7+o 112%
Uru* a 48*s 79. *984 Mo-Pac 5s 80H 112%
DOMESTIC I Mo-Pac 5s bl I 113
Am Airl 3s 00 93 Mo-Pac 4s 75 102%
AmAFPSs2O3O 98% M0r&E3%2000 37'*
AmTAT 34*573 103% NatDalry3B*7B 102%
AmT&T 2%557 120% Nat Steel 3s 65 101%
AmTAT 2 s is6l 114% N Y C 5s 2013 73%
AmTAT 2%580 96% NYC4%s2OI3A 66%;
ATBF a I 4s9sst 112% N Y C 4s 98 63%
B A O 5s 95 G 72 NYNHin4 l is’23 55%
6AO6s M 96 71% NYNHII4S2OO7 60% :
BAO cv4B*2olo 61% No Pac 4'as 75 105
Ban*AAr4 I *s7o 84% PacTAT3>+s7B 103%
Bos Me 4 1 as 70 34 PacTAT3'*sß3 101%
CanPac 4s pero 102% Pennßß 4',*s6o 111%
COa 48*»202OB 53 Pennßß3**sßfi 82%
Cen Ga 4s 96 71% PeoAE me 4*90 41
CRRNJ 3 B*B 87 48% Per Mar 3 s *s 80 100%
CBAQ 4a 68 106% PhPttcv2 s *x7s ■ 32%
Cnl AL4 8*2003 39 PSEa3!*s6B 104%
CMSP4 1 a52044 63% PSEG 3s 03 101%
CANW 4*28 9 9 62 SLSF4'*2O22 02
CCCSL 4'*s 77 60 SLSF 4* 97 99%
ConEdls3'*s 81 105 3eabln4'as2olo 90%
Con EO CV3SO3 123% So Pac 4'is 81 9b
CnsOsßa2".s7o 101 So Pac 4'as 69 90
COEBcv2'as62 114% SoPac4'asOr77 101%
DelAHud 4* 03 100 So Pac CV 3560 121%j
Det Ed cv 3s 58 1' 0 So Ry 4.« 56 99% i
Erie 3' ,s 90 F 07 Third Ave 5560 23%
Fla ECst os74ct 71% Third Ave 4560 33 ,
GMAO 2044 B 60 ToIAOC 3%560 99
HudAM rs 5a57 66% Wabash 3V„» 71 93
ICCSL 5* 63A 100% WSh 4s 2361 608*!
Int Gt No 6s 52 35% W Pae 3'.s 81 97
IntON Ist6ss2 101% West Un 5* «o 103%!
IritGN % fi6 B 94 ;WhlSt ev3l*6s. 109%:
KCo ELP 6s 97 165 iWis Cen 4s 40 04%:
N. Y. Curb Market
'LIST INCLUDES ONLY SELECTED ISSUES
• uiant Yell 10% i
Aero Supply 4 - --olofrir, Con Ha|
Am Marac 10* 6 HollCGold .24 14%l
Am Superpowr % imp OH 00 38%
AngLauNitA'** 15% in t Prod la 14%
AtlaaCornww 7% Saiser-Frazer 5%
Auto Stl FT 40 7 Lake Shore 35* 0%
Baldwin Sec 8*« 4% M j ch Bump 80 7%
BarlumStl .20* 0% Mich Sugar . 1%
Br Am 011 8* n 21% Mld 8t p Pt »./ i 6^;
Brown Co ... 13% NorthroAlrcU* 14%
Burma Ltd M* Pac Pet ltd 9%;
CalAEdmCp.lo 15% Pancoast 0i1... 3%
Can Sou Oils ®(4 Panteoec 0i1... 6%
CessnaAirc 20* e% Pioneer Gold 2
Colon Develop 10 pme Aircraft 3
Cosrien oet-.o* 10% Raytheon Mf* 10%
Crown Dru* .. 2% 'dchmood Rad 3%
Cub Atl Bug n 18% Royallte 011.20 17%
Det Gray Iron. 2% Schulte DA 2
' Oom Fin 20* 5% =cMrr Saf Con 1%
Dom Stl A C . . 21% Silex 5%
IDuroTest 15e 7% Solar Aire 60a 20%,
FI BndA c t> 'if 24% Std C*> A Sea) 9%
Equity Cp .15*. 1% Trl Cont war . 3%!
Eureka C Ltd U S Rub Reel 6%!
FalrchEAA.?o* 8% Venezuela Pet 11% |
Fansteel >'«* 26%'Walthm Watch 2%
| Business Briefs
Money in Circulation increased
i $228 million in the week ended
! Wednesday, to a total of $28,262,-
’ 000,000 This was $1,003,000,000
above the total a year before
Federal Reserve Board.
Heavy Construction Contracts
awarded in the week ended Mon
day. aggegated $160,461,000, com-i
pared with $287,381,000 the weekj
before, and $256,077,000 in the:
similar week last year. Engi
neering News-Record.
Rail Freight Volume totaled
829.391 cars in the week ended
September 1. down 1.1 per cent
from the week before and 2.6 pe»-
cent from the corresponding week
last year.—Association of Ameri
can Railroads.
Lockheed Aircraft Corp. will
' build a $12,615,000 jet plane as
sembly plant for the Air Force, at
Palmdale Airport. 65 miles north
east of Los Angeles.
Armco Steel Corp. has bought
all the outstanding stock of
Marble Co. and Piqua Stone;
Products, Inc., which own lime-:
stone quarries at Piqua. Ohio. ]
National Distillers Corp. has
arranged to buy. for $2 million, a
i 20 per cent interest in Inter
mountain Chemical Co., which
produces soda ash in Wyoming.
Newsweek Magazine announced!
an increase of 5 to 6 per cent in!
1 advertising rates, effective with its
‘ issue of July 7 next year.
Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad
is purchasing 20 diesel yard
switchers at a cost of approxi-i
mately $2,050,000.
Middle South Utilities. Inc., an
nounced the election of George
A. Sloan to the board of directors ;
Loew’s, Inc., elected George A.
;Brownell, a New York attorney, a
director to succeed the late David
Warfield.
W. R. Grace & Co. elected John
T. Cahill and Robert T. Haslam
as directors.
American Viscose Corp. elected
Frederick Nymeyer, of Chicago, a
director to succeed Shirley G.
Dixon.
Keystone Steel A Wire Co. re
ported net earnings of $7,257,116
for the June 30 fiscal year, vs. SB,-
487,114 or $4.53 the year before.
Atlas Plywood Corp. earned $2,-
659,040 or $4.43 in the June 30
year, vs. $1,263,253 or $2.11.
Harris-Seybold Co. earned $2,-,
014,233 or SB.OI in the June 30 ;
year. vs. $2,019,467 or $9.38.
Bulova Watch Co. earned $873,-
796 or $1.34 in the June 30 quar-'
ter. vs. $1,041,542 or $1.60.
Kansas City Southern Railway
earned $3,204,525 or $5.32 in the
seven months ended July 31. vs.
$3,554,901 or $6.01.
Locke Steel Chain Co. earned .
$327,138 or $2.97 in the June 30
year, vs. $311,565 or $2.83.
Seeman Brothers, Inc., earned!
$583,161 or $1.86 in the June 30
year. vs. $775,630 or $2.22.
All-American Airways earned {
$4,659 in the June 30 year, vs. a
net loss of $395,449.
Chicago. St. Paul, Minneapolis
A Omaha Railway lost $3,293,205
in the seven months ended July 31,
vs. a deficit of $1,791,449.
Parker Appliance Co. earned!
$577,953 or $1.79 in the June 30 i
years vs. $246,075 or 76 cents.
Foreign Exchange
NEW YORK. Sept. 7 yp;—j'ortiin pates
follow (Great Britain In dollarif othefs Si
cents) •
Canadian dollar in New York open mar
ket 3,*. per cent discount or 94.68*4 cents,
unchar,xed
Europe: Great Britain (pound! 2.19 U.
unchanged: 30 day futures 2.80A, un
changed: 00 day futures 2.Boun
changed: 9" day futures 3.8011. un
changed: Belgium 'franc 1.998*. un
chanted: France *franc> .28% of a cent,
unchanged: Holland (guilder) 26.30. un
chanced; Italy (lira) .168« of a cent, un
changed: Portugal (escudo) 3.48. un
changed: Sweden (krona i 19.35. un
changed: Switzerland (franc) (free) 23.01.
unchanged.
Latin America: Argentina (freel 7.05.
unchanged: Brazil (free) 5.50, unchanged;
Mexico 11.57. unchanged; Venezuela
(bolivar* 30.03. unchanged.
Far East: Hong Kong dollar 17.60, un
changed.
Dividends Announced
NEW YORK. Sept. 7 OP).—Dividends
announced today:
Inereaacd.
Pe- Stk. of Pay-
Rate. riod. record, able, i
McKee A G A Co B $1.25 9-20 10-1
Secular.
Bastian Bless $1 Q 9-14 10-1 I
Diversey Corp 20c 9-17 9-28'
Hercules Mot 25c Q 9-20 10-1 I
Holeproof Hos 35c Q 9-17 9-25
Inrieo Pneu Tool 40c 9-17 9-”8
Int Miner A Chem 40c Q 9-17 9-2 H
Pac Tel A Tel $1.75 9-17 9-28
Raytheon Mfg pf 60c Q 9-15 10-1
Metal Quotations
NEW YORK. Sept. 7 OF).—Spot metal
prices today: Copper, 241* cents * pound.
Connecticut Valley. Lead. 17 cant* a
pound. New York Zinc. 178* cent* a
pound. Bast St. Louis. Tin. I.os a pound.
New York. Scrap ateel. No. 1 heavy. ■
44 00. Pittsburgh. A
i
THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. C.
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1951
Sales Help Retailers !
Make Moderate Gains
Over 1950's Volume
sty the Associated Press
NEW YORK. Sept. 7.—Fall pro
motional sales and summer clear
ances nelped retail trade make
moderate gains in the past week.
Dun & Bradstreet reported today
Shopping in preparation for the j
reopening of schools increased;
considerably. Total dollar vol-!
ume for the week ended Wednes
day was slightly above the cor
responding 1950 level, Dun &
Bradstreet’s weekly trade review
said.
Regional estimates varied from
the levels of a year ago by the
'following percentages: New Eng
land, Middle West and Northwest,
down 2 to up 2: East and South,
I down 1 to up 3: Southwest, down
U to 5, and Pacific Coast, down 2
to 6
Consumer demand for apparel
was at a very high level, with good
sales of fall clothing and school
items. Women's suits, lingerie
and blouses, and men’s worsted*
j suits, sport jackets and winter*
I suits sold well. Clearance sales!
of bathing suits and summer'
; sportswear brought generally fa- j
, vorable responses.
| Furniture sales showed some
pickup, with bedding, bedroom
furniture and refrigerators all
1 making gains. Hardware and
- paints generally sold well.
Food buying was steady at a
, high level Fresh fruits and vege
| tables, dairy products and frozen
foods sold well, as did cheaper
» meat cuts, smoked meats and pic
[ nic specialties. Demand also in
■ creased slightly for confectionery
|iand bakery products.
“Parke, Davis to Establish
Panama Headquarters
I j ®Y 9ha Associated Prats
I DETROIT, Sept. 7. Parke.
• Davis & Co., pharmaceutical con
i|Cern. has announced plans to es
. .tablish a new Latin-American
headquarters at Colon, Panama.
The move. Overseas Operations
.Director W. R Jeeves said yester
day, will enable Parke-Davis to
'deliver drugs to its Central and
South American customers “in a
matter of hours, instead of days
or weeks.”
He said Parke-Davis is the first
I American drug company to take
1 advantage of a franchise in the
newly created free zone at Colon
Edward Castano, a native of *
Bogota, Colombia, and manager i
of the Parke-Davis Inter-Ameri
can Corp. at New York, will go
to Colon next month to take
charge of the new division, Mr
Jeeves 6aid.
Produce Markets
„*** .Jersey. Delicious.’Us is'
I Pennsylvania. Me
ros*n ; -no *de ma-k. 2‘, tocil
taSfTi ? V nch up - u - s,s
’ Whit**HalM^ Ir eondOion low a' .y cent?.
L 1 oSii ff a,es R - 1* ?:*4 inch up lew
Pcnn , s y va nia Elbertas. US Is
. iinch ud. 1.76-2 *5- *off i ’ oi 2
J. h! Hales. U s ~ls
i*yN«nf* "S' )S,ihl'M 0 Nearbs and Penn
-1 mostly h * m 2'‘ rs »nd basket*.
mosii.v Eiberuj. no gra( j f or slz
jeuVslfled 1.00. k Per bu ' U » J
l !saek^ f *T7 oe l stronger. 100 pound
I S*3! & S-. !*• £ unwashed Pennsyl
''X*,!!!* few best. 2.00; Katahdlns
i-Vew’ Tes«.^° U rshKi* c, ' s , t 7SP bl * rs
[ 2.*) 5-°5^ r,ey Cobb, ' r * 100 nound sacks.
I h.^s**toes slightly weaker Bushel
!*• !V*rlied Virginia Guldens.
U.oolso! * 1 quality, 1.50: Porto Ricans,
Poultry Quotations
. market barely steadv Receipts
*)4h' Fryers. 3'. pounds
ITef* +J 1 ® heavy type. 30-:tc.
mostly 31-3 *2; llfht type. *2l cents
_ Grain Market
wk2IT" R £ cc ? ls a* H seeks
m.lSj ea fcr?-r* , f ts ’u , , ::5 - 147 bushels: .hip-
P’ er ? fi o;4 < 1 bushels, stocks. 6.702.354 ■
r « d winter garlicky, spot.
'3 T*B' C ' **9(**nber. 2.31 ' s ; 'No I
Corn—Receipts. 29.544 bushels: ship
ments. none; stocks. 658.090 bushels
Oats—Receipts. 2.500 bushel*; ship
ments. none; stocks. 24.048 bushels.
Bariry—-Receipts, none: shipments,
none: stocks. 84,645 bushels.
shinments, none:,
stocks. 30,464 bushels.
Soybeans— Receipts, none; shipments,
none; stock*. 35.1«5 bushels.
Mlllfeed—Receipts. 31 tons.
_ Egg* and Butter.
¥* rlcet s J e »d>'. Demand moder
ate. Offerings moderate. Wholesale prices.
A l*r*e <O-72. few ,4: A mediums. 64-66:
“-‘•r*'- 60-02: current receipts ungraded
°N*rln*B light, too few sales to ouote.
Receipts butter 30.000 rounds: eggs
272 cases ;
Market Averages *
Indsl. Rails. Utils. Bt*s
I STOCKS. 30 15 15 dll ,
Net change -.1 unc. 4- 1
I Noon today ... 137.4 67.1 50.7 99.0
Prev. day 137.3 67.0 50.7 .-i.vy
Week ago 130.6 04.8 50.3 U 7.0
iMonth ago 132.8 05.6 40.6 1)0 2
lYear ago 100.5 50.7 44.3 79.5
l£ol high 137.0 72.2 50.7 98.0:
'1961 low 119.9 58.1 40.4 SMI
Rails. Indst. Util. Fgn. Yield I
„ BONDS. 20 10 10 It* 10 Low!
Net change +.l unc. unc. unc. unc. i
Noon today 94.9 99.0 100.1 73.9 100.8
Prev day 94.8 99.0 100.1 73.9 106.8
Week ago 94.5 99.7 100.1 73.0 106.0 i
Year ago 97.7 102.2 1 04.2 70.4 110.81
1931 high 100.6 101.9 103.6 73.9 110.9
1961 low 93.6 07.7 97.6 70.5 103.6
(Compiled by the Associated Press.)
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
FOR SALE
Alexandria, Virginia
Shopping center serving established residential area,
has 153-foot frontage on Duke Street. Strategic site
affords ample room for parking and loading in rear.
Os masonry and frame construction, building con
tains over 9,500 square feet useable floor space and is
presently subdivided into four stores, all rented. Im
mediate inspection invited.
Property will be sold for cash strictly in accordance
with the General Conditions of Sale, and with no
brokerage payable. Sealed bids will be received until
2 p.m., Monday, November 5, 1951, in the office of
the undersigned, at which time and place they will
be publicly opened and announced. Appropriate bid
forms may be obtained from Alexandria Redevelop
ment and Housing Authority, 131 Belvoir Street, Alex
andria, Virginia, or by communication with:
PUBLIC HOUSING ADMINISTRATION
A. R. Hanson, Diroetor 900 North Lombardy Straat
Richmond Fioid Offico Richmond 20, Virginia
*** A-19
'Malayan Rubber Price
Soars; Tin Also Climbs
8y th* Associated Press
SINGAPORE. Sept. 7. The
price of Malayan rubber soared to
$1 71 (Straits) per pound today.
The 12-cent rise over Thursday
was the one biggest single jump
of recent months. Traders said
the demand far exceeds the sup
ply and that the price increase
also was influenced by the uncer
tain Korean situation.
Tin registered a further gain of
$3 87*2, selling at $460.87 Y a
j (Straits) per picul (133.5 pounds).
African Coffee Cuts
Into Latin Markets
By Lou Schneider
Contolldattd Naws F*atura>
Latin-American coffee growers
are running into keen competition
from East Africa, and they refuse
to believe it.
East Africa, with coffee green
bean sales of only $6 million in
1930. this yeai will produce 14 per
cent of the world’s output with a
sales value of S2BO million.
That is why Europe’s buying of
Latin-American coffee is on the
{decline. East Africa sells at a
lower price, and its output is
steadily expanding—in Tangan
yika.
I Brazil will soon have a coffee
green-bean price-support pro
gram. Funds will come from an
export tax on coffee beans. Co
lombia tecently legislated a new
increase. All such taxes are added
to the price American housewives
, pay.
In the coffee-trading market,
any broker will confirm that Bra
! zil’s price-support hand is already
evident. It is particularly so every
time prices soften.
Tea retail sales are increasing
at the expense of coffee prices.
That may fade away when coffee
prices fall.
Kresge's Sales Show
i 4.6 Per Cent Increase
; By Ih* Associolad Prats
• NEW YORK. Sept. 7.—S. S.
i Kiesge Co. reported sales totaling
I $24,220,446 for the month of Au
i gust, up 4.6 per cent from a year
i ago. Sales for August, 1950. were
$23,148,217.
; Total sales for the first eight
) months of 1951 were $179,264,330,
■ an increase of 6.7 per cent from
•,the like period last year.
Other August store sales in
j eluded:
1951 1950
Spiegel. Inc $11,951,432 $12,606,109
'I 8 months 85.809.531 85.944.402
.3. H. Kress & Co. 13.281.284 12.901,921
8 months 99.744.484 92,530.383
. G. C. Muiphy Co. 12.791 151 11.448,354
8 months 95 884.907 85.892.336
•McLel'n Strs. Co. 4.900.203 4.532.332
8 months 33.497.068 31,312.085
G. R Kinney Co. 3.222.000 2.800.000
s months 23 621.000 20.576.000
Grayson-Roblnson
Stcres. Inc 6.078.943 5.641.302
; 8 months 54.775.869 40.845,060
H. L. Green Co. 8.155.354 7.655.019
8 months 55 455.210 51.619.810
Lcr.ns on Rep I Estate
Favorable Rate*
Sale a, Rental a, Insurance
: GEORGE I. BORGER
643 Indiana Avenu* N.W.
; NA. 0350
i
EATON & HOWARD
BALANCED FUND
i The Trustees have declared a
# dividend of twenty-five cents
($.25) a share payable Sep
tember 25. 1951, to share
holders of record at the close of
buMness September 14. 1951.
24 Federal Street. Bo«ton
EAfDN & HMAVAHI)
STUCK FUND
Th* Trsrsftes hsve declared a
« dividend of fifteen cents (5.15)
a share, payable September
2 5 1851. to shareholders of
record a* :ke close nf business
September 14. 1951.
24 Federsl Street. Boston
AIR-CONDITIONED
STORE,
OFFICE OR
SHOWROOM
CAFRITZ BUILDING
1625 EYE ST. N.W.
Approximately 2.500 sq. ft. of
space: includes Mezz. Large
show windows, soundproof
ceiling.
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION'
PARKING IN THE BUILDING
CAFRITZ
14th & K N.W, PI, 9080

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