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IBA Meeting Regrets
U. S. Failure to Drop
Suit Against 17 Firms
By Nelson M. Shepard
Regret that the Government
had not dismissed anti-trust
charges against 17 major invest
ment banking concerns as it had
done in the suit against the In
vestment Bankers’ Association of
America was expressed today by'
Laurence M. Marks, association
president. j
The association, which opened
business sessions of its 40th an
nual meeting at Hollywood, Fla.,
recently was dropped from the list
of defendants in the Government's
suit charging the 17 investment
banking concerns with conspiracy
to monopolize the securities busi
ness. The court order was signed
November 19 in New York at the
request of the Government and
with the acquiescence of counsel
for the IBA.
Mr. Marks, of Laurence M. Marks |
& Co., New York, expressed pleas-;
ure in addressing the convention
at the dismissal of charges against!
the association. But he added:
"I am sorry the Government did
not see fit to do likewise with re
spect to the 17 defendant firms.
The action will save the associa
tion much time and expense which
can be put to good advantage on
the problems with which we have
to deal.”
Reports Scheduled Today.
On today's program at Holly-;
wood were reports by the Federal
Taxation Committee and the
Railroad Securities Committee.
The Municipal Securities Com
mittee, yesterday, was authorized
to prepare a resolution for the
Board of Governors opposing the
construction of properties from
public funds which would be pri
vately operated. The practice was
opposed, among other reasons, on
grounds that it would increase agi
tation of interest on municipal
bonds and encourage regulation
of such securities.
A record number of represent
atives from Washington are at
tending the convention, including
James H. Lemon of Johnston,
Lemon & Co., a nominee for the
Board of Governors.
Transit Dividend Holds.
The Board of Directors of the
Capital Transit Co., at its regular
meeting today, declared a divi
dend of 25 cents a share on the
capital stock.
This is the first quarterly divi
dend after the recent four-for-one
split of the stock. The last divi
dend of $1 per share on the old
Issue was paid October 1. so the
forthcoming quarterly dividend
indicates the companv is continu
ing the former rate. The payment
will be December 20 to holders
of December 5.
The Board of Directors of the
National Capital Bank today de
clared a semi-annual dividend of
5 per cent or 50 cents a share of
capital stock, and an extra divi-!
dend of 2 per cent, or 20 cents a
share. The dividends are payable
December 28 to holders of record
of December 17.
G. \V. Knight Promoted.
G. Webber Knight, who has
served as executive representative
if Jessop Steel
nternational,
'orp. here, has
een promoted
i vice p r e s i
e n t and di
e c t o r of the
ompany. Mr.
C n i g h t, who
;as an office in
h e Securities
iuilding, is well
nown in busi
less and Gov
rnment circles.
JonathanD.
Mr. Knight. Freeze was
elected president and director of
the corporation, which is a sub
sidiary of Jessop Steel Co. of
Washington, Pa.
Record October Sales.
October sales of Smith’s Trans
fer & Storage Co., Inc. broke all
previous October records of the;
company. President Arthur Clar
endon Smith, sr., reported today.
Operations included a 10 per
cent increase in storage, which
included cold storage of furs and
garments. This department start
ed only last year, and there should
have been a drop in the household
goods storage, Mr. Smith said, be
cause ot new homes being built,
but the cold storage department
saved the day.
Other increases of 20 per cent
In packing and crating, 60 per cent
in long distance hauls and 10 per
cent in drayage, also were re
ported. The furniture sales de
partment held its own, while the
Insurance agency registered a 15
per cent increase in business.
Office Building Purchased.
The Guardian Building & Loan
Association of Silver Spring has
purchased the office building
housing its main offices at 8400
Georgia avenue, Silver Spring,
President Thomas A. Amatucci
announced yesterday.
Acquisition of the building “will
add considerably to the income
position of the association and en
sure the permanence of its serv
ices to savings members in the
heart of Silver Spring,” Mr. Ama
tucci declared.
The structure contains 11 of
fice suites and is adjacent to a
large free parking area.
Marin L. Zuesse is secretary and
managing officer of the associ
ation, which is a member of the
Federal Home Loan Bank Sys
tem. Members of the board are
Mr. Amatucci, Howard Bernstein,
Leo M. Bernstein, C. Robert
Boucher, Norman Cohen, Dr.
Benjamin Isaacson, Mrs. Beatrice
Kolker, Walter Miller, Jesse H.
Ott and Chatham T. Nottingham.
Silver Spring businessmen will
send representatives to the Pat
terson sales clinic, which opens a
three-day run tomorrow at 8 p.m.
in the Silver Spring armory, un
der sponsorship of the communi
ty's Board of Trade.
Directed by Frank A. Patterson,
who formerly held the Dale Car
negie Institute franchise in Wash
ington, the clinic is designed to
train salesmen in sales techniques,
human relations and personality
development.
Metal Quotations
NEW YORK. Nov. 26. <JP>.—Soot non
ferrous metal prices today: Copper 24’i
cents a pound Connecticut vallev. Lead
18 cents a pound. New York. Zinc 18‘a
cents a pound. East St. Louis. Tin S 1.0:1
«a pound. New York. At Pittsburgh, scrap
teel No. 1 heavy was ouoted at 43.
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE
(Furnished by the Associated Press.1
Sales—•
Stock and Add Ne
Dividend Rate 00 High Low. 1:15 cl'.ge.
ABBOTT 1 80a. 9 10% 50% 5C*s
ACF-Briil Mot 2 6*8 6*4 6*8
Acme Stl 2 4 29*4 29*4 29*4 - %
Adams Expr *4g 3 30*4 30 30 — %
Addressog lib 8 59*4 59% 59*4 - %
Admiral tt> 1 - 32 2454 2274 24
Affll G Eq 40 3 8>4 854 854 + >4
Air Reduc I 40 14 2554 25*8 25*4 + 54
AirReduc pf4'i. 14 106** 105*4 106'.
Alaska Juneau 2 274 274 274
Aldens Inc 1 % 3 21*4 21*4 21% + 54
Alleghany Cp _ 13 3% 3% 3%
AllegLudSti 2a 11 46*4 46 465a + 54
Allied Chem 2a 12 69 68*4 69 + %
Allied Strs 3 8 39*4 39*4 39*4 - %
Allied Strs ot 4 2 95 95 95
Allis Chal 4 xl7 48*4 47% 47*4+ *4
Allis Chat pfft'4 5 97 97 97 - >4
Alpha P Cem 3g 2 37*4 37*4 37*4 + *4
Alum Lid 4 10 91*4 91*4 91*4 + >4
AlumCoAmS^C 8 7654 75% 76 - >.*
Amerada Pet 2 2 141 140 141 +3
Am Airlines '5a 50 15% 15% 15%
Am Alrl nt 3*4 3 87 87 87 - >4
•Air Bnk N Dth 50 63% 63*4 65%
Am Bosch 1 20b 5 14% 13*4 14*4+ */e
Am Br Sh 1 95w 3 39 38% 39 + *4
Am Broadcast 70 10*4 10% 10% - %
Am CabAR 20e 26 5*4 5% 5% + %
AmCarAFdy 2g 4 35 34*4 35 + >4
Am ChACab 2a 2 32% 32% 32% - %
Am Chicle 2a 10 42 41*4 41*4-%
AmCrysS 1.20a 1 22% 22% 22% - %
Am Cvan 4 . 9 108*4 107*4 107%
AmCyn pfB 3*4 1 148*4 148% 148% -3
Am Distillers 2 2 50 50 50
Am Export 1 *4f 6 1674 1674 1674
Am A Fn Pw 2 1% 1% 1%
AmAFPw 57 pf 7 106% 105% 106% + %
AmAFPw 58 of 2 91 90 91 + %
AmAF Pw 2 pf 3 11% 11% 11%
Am GAE 3b 5 5574 55 55% + %
Am HideAL »4g 3 5% 5% 5%
AmHomePl .20a 6 35% 3474 35*4+ %
Am Loco I a 3 1974 19*4 19*4 + *4
Am MchAF 80b 8 18% 18*4 18*4
Am MAM 1 1 Og 1 14% 14% 14*. + %
Am Metal 2a 3 57 56*4 56% - %
AmMet Pr 1 *4g 4 14 13*4 1374 - ‘4
AmNatGas 1 80 1 2 3 374 3354 3 378 + *4
Am P A I 2 72g 6 21% 21*8 21*4 - *4
Am RadASS la 16 157a 15*4 15*4— *4
Am Saf Rar *4g 66 7% 7 7 - %!
Am Seating 2a 3 41*4 41*4 41*4+ *4
»m Smelt fig 9 94% 93 9314-%'
Am SmARef wi 1 47 47 47 - ' 4
Am St! Frt 3 9 35 74*4 3474 + *4
Am Sug Ref 4a 1 58 58 58 + %
Am Sum T-b , 1 15% 15% 15%
Am Tel A Tel 9 40 156*4 156*4 156*4 + *4
Am Tobacco 3a 18 6054 60 60*4+ *4
Am Viscose 2a 10 64 63% 64 + %|
Am Woolen fig 65 42*4 41*4 41%+ *4
•Am Wool of 7 120 96*4 96*4 96*4 - %
•AmWool orpf4 120 83*4 82*4 83% + 74;
Am Zinc la 19 24% 23% 24 + 1/4 i
•Am Zinc nf 5 301 101 101 101
Anaeon C3‘zg 42 49% 48% 49*4+ «V,
•AnacWAC2,4g 140 43% 43% 43%+ *4,
AnchHO 1 60a 1 28% 28% 28% - *4
AndersCIayt 2a 1 54% 54% 54% - %
AndPrchOl 40a 14 42% 41% 42*4 + %
Andes Con 'jg 2 22*4 22*4 22*4+ *4
Armco Steel 3 24 38% 37*4 38% + %
Armour A-Co . 37 11% 11% 11%+ %
Armour profBk 3 90 90 90 + %
ArmstCk 2 60a 9 52 51% 51% + % j
Artioom 1 _ 2 8% 8% 8%
Ashland Oil 2b 7 32% 32 32*4 - % ‘
AshldOil pf] 20 11 35% 35 35 - >4
AssdDryG 1 80 8 20* i 20 20*4+ %
Atchison 4a 6 72*4 71% 72 +1
Ati Citv E 1 20a 2 22% 22*4 22% + *4 ,
Atl Cst Line 5 4 72*4 71% 72*4+1*4 i
AM Refining 4 13 72% 72 72%+%
Atlas Coro 1 60 11 26*4 26% 26*4 |,
Atlas Pdr2g ._ 5 37% 37% 37%-%!
Autocar Co 119 9 9
AvcoMfg 60 x 34 7*4 7 7 + 141!
BALD LIMA 60 13 10*8 10% 10*a+ *4
Salto A Ohio 51 18*4 17*8 1774+ %',
3 A O Pf 4g . 34 43% 42*4 43 + %!
Bath Ir Wks 2 1 21% 21*8 21%-%!
Beatrice Fds 2s 5 34*8 33*4 33*4-%!,
Beaunit M 1 *ap 2 21* 4 20% 21'4 + %
3eech Aire 80 6 11% 11*8 11%+ %j
3eech Nut 1 60 2 31*4 31*4 31*4 - %|
Beld Hem 1.30c 1 15 15 15 + %i
Bell Aire 2%g . 3 28 27*4 28 + %j
Bendix Avia 3a. 2 52*4 52*4 52% + >41
Benef Loan 2 8 30* 4 29% 30 - %
BenguetM 10g. 8 1% 1% 1*4
Bert Foods 2a 3 32*4 32*4 32%
Beth Steel 4 41 49% 48*4 49*4+ %
Beth Steel pf 7. 2 140*4 140*4 140% -1
BlgelwSan 1 60 1 2 167* 16% 16** + %
B'aw-Knox 1 a 2 17% 17% 17*4+54,
seeing Air 3g 14 42% 42 42% + %
BohnAHim l*ig 3 36*4 36% 36*4+%
Bond Stores 1.6 14% 14% 14%
Book o' Mo 1 a 4 1074 10% 1074
Borg Warner 4 5 61% 6154 61*4
Boston A Me wi 7 11*4 11% 1178 + 54
Branlff Air *'4g 5 14 14 14 + 54
BridgeptBrl 60 9 17% 17 17%+ %
RriagsMfg 2*4e 9 3314 32*4 33*4 +1%
BrwnABigeiw 1 1 11% 11% 11%+%
BrunsBlke 1 *4g 2 18*4 1« 18*4+ 54
RucyErle 1 20c 25 24 23*4 23*4 - %
Budd Co lb 6 14% 14*4 14*4
Bullard Co la 4 31*4 31 31%+ %
Burl Mills 1 .36 32 ie*4 18% 18* t
Burr Ad M 80a 17 17% 17*4 17%
Butler Bros 60 1 12*4 12% 12%+ %
lutte Cop 1*'«*. 21 1354 13% 13*4
Byron Jack 1 *4- 4 21% 21 21% + %
CAL PACK 1*4. 4 25*4 25% 25%
lallahan Zinc.. 6 4 4 4
-alumet 60g . 7 9% 9*4 9*4
Can Dry GA SO 7 1C% 10*4 1C% + %
Canad Pacing 98 30 79*4 29% + *4
'aDltal Air! 7 14*4 14 14% + %
Caro Pw A Lt 2 5 33% 33*4 3374
Carrier Coro lb 4 21% 21% 21% - %
CarrAGen 30g 2 11% 11% 1174+ %
Case JI ha 13 6*74 65*4 67*4+1
Caterpii! Tra 3 6 44 43% 43%
Celanese 3 21 48*4 47% 47*8+ %
Celotex l’ia 2 17*4 17% 17*4+ *4
CenHudGAFRO 2 10*4 10*4 10% - *4
Cen 111 Lt 2 SO 2 35*4 35% 35% - %
Cen A SW 00 28 16*4 1654 16*4 + %
CerrodePasnw. 25 53*4 52 53%+ %
Chamo Pan 3ih 1 25*4 25*4 25%+ %!
Checker Cab 4 7*4 7% 7% - >4
ChesAOhto2*4g 33 33% 33 33*4 - %i
DA Oof 3*4 1 81 82 8? -1 I
•'hiCorp 60 19 14% *4*4 14*4+ H
Chi A F II’A 2 5 22 21% 22
ChiGtW DfoSk 4 29% 29*4 29%+ %
Chi IAI A 1 >4k 2 13% 13 13%+ *8
CMSPAPac 2g 26 17% 17*4 17% + Vs
CM SPA-*3 Df 5c 4 42 41% 42 ■*■ %
ChlANWl’ae 3 15*4 15% 1**4 + %
ChiNW pf 5 15* 4 39% 3954 39*4 + *4
Chi Pneu T1 2a 3 45% 45% 45% + *4
Chi R I * P 4 . 11 49% 48% 49 + %
Chrysler 7’,g . 21 67% 66% 67*4+ %
Cir. G A E 2b 7 38* 4 38 38’4 + %
CinMMlM 1 55c 1 34% 34*4 34*4 - ‘4
CIT Finan 4a 13 54% 5354 54% +1%
Cities Serv 4a 35 101% 9954 100% +1%
City Inv .40 .. 7 9% 9% 9% + %
City Prod 2%._ 2 29*4 29*4 2954 - %
City Rtr* 1 40 1 18% 18% 18*4 - %
Clev El III 2.40. 4 50 49% 49% - %
ClimaxMo 1 >8c 17 35% 35% 35% + %
Clint Fds 2 40 24 25% 25% 25%
Clopay Corp 3 4% 4*4 4%
CluefPeab 254c 2 32% 32% 32%+ %
Cluett-Peab of4 1 B5% 8554 85% + %
Coca-Cola 4a ... 3 101% 101% 10154 + %
Coig Palm 2b 7 43 42% 43 - %
ColllnsAAikla 4 19% 19 19%-%'
Colo F Air l*i 12 21% 21% 21%+ %
Col Brd A 1 60 12 28*8 28*4 28%+ %
Col Brd B 1 60 11 28% 28% 28% + % i
Col Gas 80a 51 1554 15 15
Cnlum Carb 2a 4 41% 41*4 41*4
ColASO El 1 40 2 20% 2078 20%
Coml Cred 4 80 3 59 58 59 + 78
Com! Solv 1 a 24 77% 26% 27%
Comm Ed 1 Ti’c 17 30 29*4 29%
Cone Mills 1 fiO 9 28 77*4 77% - %
ConeNalrn 1 *4 * 23‘4 23% 23% * >4
CnnCooDer 65c 30 11% 11% 11%+ %
Cons Fd’s 2 30 71% 31*8 31%+ %;
Cons Edis nf 5 7 106 106 106 - >4
CnsGELAPl 40 22 25% 25% 25*8+ %
"onsNatGas 2a 2 58*4 58'a 58*4+ %
ConsRetStrl 20 3 12 12 12
Cons Text 1 %a 20 11*4 11 11
Cons Vult 1.40 1C 16% 16*8 16%
Con'i'm Pow 2 8 32% 32*4 32%
ContBakl ,60 2 18% 18*4 18% - %
Cont Can 2 9 43% 42% 42% - %
Cont Can cv Df 270 110*4 110 110*4+ *4
ContCASIn 20a 7 10% 10% 10% - %
ContDlamF 80 1 15 15 15 + %
Cont Motor V2C 8 8% 8*4 8%
Cont Oil 1 30h 28 52*4 51 52*4+1
Cooner Bess 2b 5 32% 32% 32% - %
Copper R 80b.. 4 28% 28 28% + %
Copw Steel 2a.. 3 29 29 29 - %
•Corn Exch 3 150 67 65*4 67
Corn Pr 3.60b 3 69*4 69 69*4 + *4
Corn Dub 1 1 Oc 3 18*4 17% 18*4 * %
Corning Glia 8 67*4 66 67*4+ %
Coty Inc */4g 3 4% 4% 414
Cotv Inti log 3 2 2 2
Crane Co 1 40g 12 40% 40 40 - %
Crown CkA-S la 5 18% 17% 18*8+ %
Crwn Zell 2 6na 10 40*4 47% 40% - %
Crue. Steel 2',if 5 42% 42% 42*4+ *4
Cuban ARue 2g 1 20% 20*4 20%
Cudahy Pack 3 7% 7% 7% - %
Curtis Pub 20g 6 6% 6% 6*4 - %
Curtiss Wrl 1 46 10 978 9%
Cutler Ham 2 . 1 35% 35% 35% - %
DANA 3 .2 3078 30*4 30% + %
Davis Chem 1*8 2 41*4 41% 41*4- 14
Davton P A L 2 7 3**% 34 34%+ %
DaytnRub 1 20c 2 20% 20% 20*4+ %
Decca Rec 70 1 9% 9% 9% +. %
DeenRock Oil 2 4 59 50 59 +1
DeereACo 454c. 4 63 62% 62% - %
Del A Hud 4 2 43% 43% 43% + >4
DelLackAW *4c 45 12% 12*8 12*8
Del PAL 1.20_. 2 23% 23% 23*4+ %
Derby Oil lb 1 23 23 23
Detroit Ed 1.20 19 22% 22 22
DetMch 8tv .60 4 6 6 6
De Vilbiss 1 1 17% 17% 17% + 54
DevoeARa A 2b 3 26% 26% 26% + %
DiamAlkali 1*8. 4 36*8 36*4 36V8 + %
Diam Match 2». 1 47% 47% 47% - %
Diana Str 80 2 10% 10% 10%
DlstCp8 120*. 15 25% 25 25 - %
Divco Cp 1.20 3 12% 12% 12%
DixieCp ,40h wl 3 34 33% 34 + %
Doehler-Jarv2a 7 36*4 36 36
Dome Min */4g._ 4 16% 16% 16%+ %
Douglas Alrc 3. 6 56% 56 56%
Dow Ch 2 40b _ 11101 100% 101 + >4
*DwChm2nf3'4 1 226*8 226*8 226*8 %
; Dresserlnd 1 40 14 237* 23% 2378 +%
'DuplanCp 60p 3 1078 1078 1078
I Du Pont 3.55c 27 03% 82 83 + *8
DuPnt3‘8nf:t*8. 1 93% 93% 93% - %
DWG Cigar l._ 2 10% 10% 10*8
EAGLE 1.20* .. 1 24 24 24
EastAlr Line ‘8. 9 25% 25% 25% + %
East Coro lb 5 23*4 23% 23*4+ %
East St St 1 60c 1 14*4 14*4 14*4 + %
EastmnK 1.80w 39 49*4 48% 49*4+ %
Eaton Mfg 2* 2 37% 37% 37%
Elas St Nut 90c. 2 13 13 13 - %
El Auto Lite 3*. 6 47% 47% 47% + %
Elec Boat lb _ 6 23*4 23% 23*4 + %
ElAMusIn 06c. 37 2% 2% 2%
Elliott Co la - 3 267% 26% 26%+*4
ElPasoNG 1 60 19 34*4 34% 34% + %
Emer RadAP 1. 18 13% 13% 13% + %
Emp DEI 136c 3 1978 19% 1978+%
Endlcott J 1.60 10 28% 28% 28% +1
Eault OBldg .60 6 57* 5% 578 + *4
IJrie RR */aC_ 13 18 17% 17%
Sales—
Stock and Add , Net
Dividend Rate. 00 High. Low 1:15. chge.
Erie RR Df A 5 I 6244 6244 6244 * >+
Evans Prcd tie 3 13'* 1344 1344 + V*
Eversharn ] 40 5 1234 1244 1234+ 44
FatardoSugar 2 3 2 344 2 344 2 3>4
Pam Flnan 1.40 2 1544 1544 1544
FeddersOuig la 27 124* 1244 1244
Fed Qulg nf wl 6 50 50 50
Fed Mot Truck 3 544 5 5 - >*
Peder DStr 21'ai 6 4344 43 4344 + V.
♦Fed DSnM'4, 3 101 100'* 100'* - '*
Ferro Co 1 60 7 32'+ 314* 3 244 + 44
Firestone 1 h 3 5644 56'* 56>* - Vi
First Nat Strs 2 3 3544 3544 3544 - 34
Fllntkote 2a 13 314* 30 * 30'*+ 4*
‘Fllntkote Df 4 20 96 96 96 -1
Florida P 1.20 . 2 173* 1734 1734 + 4*
Fla PA LI 40. 5 25'* 25'* 25'+
Foliansb Stl 2 4 20'* 20 20'* + 44
Food Fair 80b 3 23'* 23'* 23'* + '*
Food Met) 1 '+# 9 4 9 4 8 484*
Foster Wheel 2. 4 434* 43'* 434* - 4*
Francis Sue 2g 3 16'* 16'* 16'*+ '*
PrpcnortSul'Ah 4 37'* 3744 37'* - »*
Froedert Cn 1 a 3 1544 1544 1544 - 44
Fruehauf T 2b 3 24'* 2444 24\i - 44
♦Fruehauf nf 4 120 78 77 78
GABRIEL 45n 2 7 7 7 - 4+
GairRobtla 9 1644 16 16'i + 4+
Oamb'e Sk 60 1 74* 74+ 74+ - 44
CambSko p(2’+ 1 37‘* 37',* 37'*- '/«
Gardnr-D 1.80. 2 25 243+ 25 + 4*
Garrett 1 20* 5 23 2244 2 3
Gar Wood Ind 4 7 634 7
Gaylord Co 1 '* 9 294* 29‘* 29'*
GenAm Tran 3a 3 51'* 514* 514* - 4*
GenBronzel.40 2 16'* 16'* 16'*
Gen Cable lg _ 3 1034 104* 1034 + 44
Gen Elec ;i 35 5534 5544 55'* - 44
Gen Foods 2 40 5 404* 404* 40'4
Gen Instr .20*. 2 744 74* 744+ '*
Gen Mills 2a 1 544* 5444 54'* - 4*
Gen Motors*.. 69 4944 49 4944 - 4*
Gen Mot Df 6 4 120'* 12044 120'* - 44
Gen Mot of 34* 1 9544 9544 9514- 44
Geo Por Cm 2a 2 36’* 364* 364* + 44
Gen Free Eq 1 _ 6 2044 2044 2044 - 44
Gen Pub Sv 4«e 5 3'* 3'* 3'*
Gen Pb Ut 1 40 8 1944 1944 19'*
Gen Refract 2b 1 37 37 37 - Vi
‘GenStlC nflTk 30 11234 1124* 11234 + 44
Gen TAR 2a 9 1944 484* 49>4 - 44
Ga Pac Ply 114. 9 20 1934 1934
Gillette 2a 5 274* 27'* 274* + 44
Gimbel Bros 1 5 1844 1844 184*
Oltdden 2a 6 42‘a 471* 42'*+ '*
GooriallSan 4*g 5 17'* J67+ 17 + 4*
Goodrich 2a 12 56‘* ‘54 «6‘4 + 34
Goodrich of 5 2 102’* 1023+ 10?’+
Goodyears 17 414* 40’* 41 - 1+
Graham Paly. 2 34a 344 3‘4 + 44
Gran C Stl 2.20 17 22'* 22 2244+ 44
Gray-Robin 1 2 1234 12’* 1 234 - 44
GtNorlrOl'ie 5 154* 1544 15*4 - 44
Gt Nor Ry of 4 13 4944 49‘4 4944
Green H L 2a 4 39 38'* 3874 + '*
Greenf TAD 2b 1 2644 2644 2644 + 44
Greyhound 1 64 11'* 11'* 1144 - 44
Grum Air En lg 9 23 2244 224+ - 4+
Guan Sun 14*g 10 11 11 11
Gulf M A O 2 . 13 27’* 27'* 27'*
Gulf Oil 2a 75 47’+ 47 4734+ 3+
Gulf St Ut 1 20 3 224* 22’* 224* + 44
HALLBTN2'*a 12 19 18’* 183+ - 4+
Halllburt 2'ya 10 464* 46>4 4644 -'*
Ham Watch la. 1 14'* 1444 1 4'* + 1*
Harb Walk 2a 5 314+ 31 3144 - 44
Hart SAM 1 60 3 23J* 2344 23'* - 4«
Hazei-Atl 1.20a 15 20‘* 20'4 20*4 - '*
HelmeGWl 60a 1 237+ 23’* 2374 + 44
Here Pdr ) 65g 8 66 65'« 65‘» - '*
Hersh Choc 2b 2 40 40 40 - '*
Hevden Chemlg 11 22'* 22 22 - ',*
Hcydn cv Df 4*4 150 104' 4 104 104 - 44
HiltonHtls 1 20 3 14’* 14* 14*4
HindeAD 1 20a 1 20?4 20’+ 20’* + •*
Hires A Co 80 1 104* 10'* 104* + 44
Holly Sug h . 1 18 18 18 + '*
Holly Su Df ! '* 3 26'* 26*4 26'* - '*
Homesrakel ’4g 5 3614 36 36'4 + 4*
HonoluluO 2’ag 2 57 564* 56’*- 4*
Househ F 2 40a 4 39*+ 3944 39'*
Houst LAP 80 3 184* 184* 1844
Houston Oil 2a 8 65 64'* 65 + 7*
Howe Sound 4g. 4 74’* 74 74’*+ 1+
HutiBavMln 4a 3 564* 5644 5644 - 44
Hudson Mot 1 p. 16 12'* 12'* 1244
Hunt Foods If 2 18’+ lei* 1834
111 Central S . 23 52’+ 5134 52'*+ 44
m Power 2.20 . 7 38'* 38‘i 384* - 4*
tIllP4.08nf2.04 2 45 45 45
III Term RR 80 1 844 844 844 + 44
IndplsPALl 85* 5 35 344* 35
Indus El Mex 3 8 8 8
Indus Rayon Sb 5 59'i 58'* 58'* - 44
Inter Rand 6« 2 794* 79'* 7944
Inland Stl Sa 3 494* 494* 49’*
Inspiration 2’i 9 27'* 27 27>*
Interchem 1 60 5 22 214* 22 +CV*
Interlkelr 1 >4* 6 17'* 17 17'*
Int Bus Mch 4b 3 205 205 205
Int Harvest 2« 18 32>* 321* 32'* - '*
IntMinAC I 60 10 36'* 36‘i 36'* + 4*
Int Mining .. 4 3'* 3V* 3'*
'ft Nickel 2a .. 15 3974 394* 39’» + !*
Int Pack 1 20.. 2 1344 1344 1344 - 4+1
Int Paper 3 34 <534 454* 4544 + 44
Int Paper pf 4 1 98 98 98 - 4*^
Int TAT 60b 91 1644 154* 154*+ 44
Intertype 2 11 31 30'* 30'* - '*
Ta 111 GAE 1 86 8 2574 2544 25’+ + 14
Jewel Tea 3 1 643+ 64’+ 64’+ - ae
Johns Man 3a . 6 69'* 68>* 69 t
Johnson A J 1 3 65'* 64>* 65 + 1*
tones A L 1 80 10 234* 234+ 2344 + *+
Joy Mfg 24*a 13 3 544 3 5 351+
KAISER 1 30b 16 33'* 324* 324*+ 1*1
Kalamazoo 15* 9 l4i* 13’* 141* + '*!
KanCPAL 1 60 14 264* 264* 264*
KanCtySopf* 1 67'* 67‘* 67'*+ 1*
Kelsey-H B 21* 4 3’4* 32 32'*- 4*
Kennecott 6* 21 87 86'* 87 + 4*
KernC Land 2a 16 43 41'* 42'*+ 1*
KlmbClark2 40 7 43'* 43'* 434* - ’+.
KoDners Co 2a 7 4144 414* 4144+ 4*
Kress S H 3 1 51'* 51'* 5144- 4*i
KroaerCo 1 60a 2 33 324* 33 4. 4*1
LACLEDE G '* 15 8>* 8 O'* + >*
Lambert 2 2 25 244+ 25 + 1*
LehValCoal_ 4 13+ 13+ 13+- 4+
LhVCl 1 Df1 59* 2 164* 16'* 16’+ + '*
LehValRR 5 13 1 24+ 127++ i*|
LehmanCp* 09# 3 68 673+ 68 + 4*
LehnAFink 80. 3 14 14 14 - 44
Llb-O-Fd G1 2 7 33'* 32>* 33'+ + 4*
Lib McNAI '*a 7 8'* S’* 84+
Llgg A My 4a . 6 66'* 664+ 66>* - '*
Lion Oil 2 8 41'* 403+ 41 + 1+
Liq Carb 1 40 2 213+ 21’* 213+
t.ockhd * Ir 60h 15 203+ 20'* 20>* + '+
Loew s Inc 1'/» 27 18»+ 17’+ 18'+ + '*
! oneStCm 70h 8 224+ 22'+ 22'*
I,on* Isl Lf 80 29 137* 13’* 13’*
Lorillard 1 20a 4 22 214* 214* - 4+
Lou A Nash 4 . 3 494* 494+ 494+
Lowensteln 2 _ 2 29 29 29
f ukens St! la 1 46 46 46 —144
MAM WDWK1 2 14'* 144+ 144+ + 1*
Mack Trucks 1 6 15'* 15 154* + 4*
Macy R H 2 40 7 32'* 32'* 3 2 44 4*
Magma Copper. 14 35 3344 35 + '*
Magnavox 1 '* 11 164+ 16 161* + >*
Maracaibo 30 10 104+ 104* 104+ + '*
Marathon 2 40 2 56 55'* 554* -144
Marine Mid 60 10 104+ 10»+ 104*
Marsh Field 2_. 19 273+ 274* 27'*
Martin G L^._ 14 14 13’+ 133+- 4+
Maaonitela_ 2 36 36 36
Math Chem 2 17 43’* 424* 43'* * 4*
MavDeptStl .80 8 294* 294+ 29*+4- 4+
McCall IS* 1 183+ 183+ 183+- 4+
McIntyre 2.01a 3 654* 65»* 654*
McKessAR 2'*b 10 394* 39'* 39'* - '*
McLell Strsl ‘*a 2 25'* 25'* 25'* - »*,
Mead Cp 1 60a _ 4 24 23’* 24 4-4+
Mengel 2 2 164* 164* 164+
Wercant Stra 1 5 191* 19 19 - 1*
Merck A Co 68 12 31 301* 30** 4- »*
Merck cv of 2 1151* 115 1151* _ ^
Miami Con 1'i* 2 211* 214+ 214*4- *+
MidCont Pet 3a 9 66'* 654+ 66'*+ 4+
Mid St Ut 1 20 30 201* 20v* 20‘*
Midld Stl Pr 3a 3 46 45'* 46 4-l'*;
Minn Hon 2a 3 46'* 46'+ 46'+ - »+;
Minn Mol 1 60 4 234+ 23 234+ i
MSPASSMlg 4 174+ 17 17'*+ 4+i
Minn M A M 1. 7 421+ 42 42
Mission Corp . 7 261* 26 261* 4- 1*
Mission Dev 1 . 11 154+ 15'+ 154++ 4*
Miss R:v Fu 2b 2 34'* 34'* 341* !
Mo-Kan-Tex 4 74* 7'* 7’*+ 4+|
Mo Kan Tex of 25 50 47'* 491*4-14*
Mo Pac RR pf 11 271* 26 27'+ +1'+
Mohawk C 3’ig. 3 294+ 29 29'*+ 1*
Monsan Ch 2'* 7 65 84'* 85 +1
MontDakUt 00 9 22'* 22'* 271*+ 1*
Mont Pw 1 4('a. 6 25’* 25'* 26'*- 4+
Mont Ward 2a 8 694* 694+ 69‘A
Morrell'* .. 2 13 13 13 - Vi
Motor Prod 2a 6 24'* 24 24'* + 1*]
Motor Wheel 2 . 2 243+ 2444 244*
Motorola 2b 27 53'* 514* 53 +14*
Mueller Br .90# 5 184+ 18'* 18'* + V*
MullinsM 1 60b. 22 26** 28'* 28'* + V*
Murray Cp 2a . 9 194+ 19'* 19'*
NASH KELV 2... 6 19 183+ 19
Nat Acme 2a .. 2 34'* 34'* 34'*
Nat Airl ’>g 4 143+ 144* 14’*-'*
NatAutoFiber 2 4 19 181+ 19 + 4+
Na‘ Biscuit 2 12 301* 301* 30'* + '*
Nat Can'** 18 11'* 111+ 111*
NatCashReg 3a 7 544* 541* 54’*
Nat Corn 1 5 13'* 131+ 13'* + '*
Nat Dairy 3 11 46>* 46 461+ + 4+
Nat Dept Str 1 a 2 17 17 17 «■ 1+
Nat Distillers 2 25 31'* 30’+ 31 + 4+
Nat Dist pf 4'i 3 107’* 10744 107’*
NatGypsml .40b 6 194* 194+ 194*+ 1*!
Nat Lead 23 28'* 27'* 28'*+ 1*'
NatLinenSv 80 2 83+ 8’+ 83+
NatMalASC 2a 7 34 33'* 34 - 1+
Nat Steel 3 . 31 54 53 5344 +1
Nat Sue Ref 2a 1 26'* 26'* 26'* + 1*
Nat Sup 1.60a . 13 294* 29 29’*+ '*
Nat Tea 1 60 .. 6 20'* 20'* 20'+
Natomas .70#._ 5 8'* 8 8'*+ 1*
Nescolnc . 3 94* 94* 94*+ '*
N E El Sys 80 . 25 124+ 12'* 121+
Newpt Ind 1 >4* 26 194+ 19 194+ + 4+
NewptNwsS 2a 5 334* 334+ 334+
NY AlrBr 1 60a 8 20'* 201+ 20'+ - Vh
NY Central le_ 76 17 16'* 164*+ '*
N Y CAS L lih 10 36 344* 36 + '*
NYC Omni 1 44*. 2 154+ 15'* 15'* - '+
NY NH A Hart 2 154+ 154+ 154+ + >*
NY NH A H pf 3 52 52 52 + '*
NYStEAG 1.70 15 273* 274* 273*+ Vk
Nlag M Pw 1.60 11 244+ 24V+ 244+- V+
NtagM P A 1.20 5 26’* 264* 264*-**
NiaaM P 3.60nf. 3 82'* 81'* 8H* -1>*
NlagMP 3.40pf. 1 77 77 77 -2
Noma Elec '/«w 4 94+ 94+ 9’+
Norf A West 3a 17 46>* 46 46>* + 1*
No Am Avia 'ig 21 154* 15'* 15’+ + '*
No Am Co 1 20 36 18'* 184* 18'*+ '+
NoNatOas 1 80 8 364* 36'* ‘6 * - 4+
Nor Pacific 3 61 58’+ 564* 58 *+14+
Nor St Pow 70 '8 U4+ 10'* 1C*
Northwest Airl 12 134* 13’+ 134* + '*
NrthAlr of 1.16 3 213* 214* 2144 + 4+
NorwichPh 80a 4 194e 191* 19’++ 4+
OHIO ED18 2 12 324* 32‘* 37’* + 44
tOhioEd pf4.40 100 100'* 100'* 1001* - >*
Ohio 0113* . 25 504+ 494+ 49’*
Oliver CD 2 40.. 10 34’+ 344* 34'*+ 1*
Omnibus Cp l._ 3 103+ 1044 103+- '+
Otis Elev 2>*«_. 2 35'+ 35V* 35'*- '/«
Owens 111 GI 4 .. 5 814* 81'* 814*+'+
PABCO PR .60.. 2 164* 164* 164* + '+
Pac Fin 2a_ 5 24'+ 24»+ 2444
Pae G A E 2 . 9 34 333+ 333+ - 4+
Pac TAT rt wl_. id % %
Pac West Oil .. 4 1844 184* 184* + V*
Packard .30* 16 44+ 4'+ 44+ + 4+
Pan Am Air >*g 39 11'* 103+ 11 + V+
Panh PAR 30w 25 9 83+ 9 + 4+
Param Plct 2 .. 8 26 253+ 253++ 4*
^ark Utah-10a. 3 3V+ 34+ 34+ .
Bales—
Stock and Add Net.
Dividend Rate. 00 High. Low 1:15. chge.
ParkeDav 1.80a 5 a3% ;3% 53%+ %
Peab Coal 60 _ 3 6% 8% 8%
Penney J C 2a . 3 «6% 66 66% + %
Penn Coal & C 2 12% 12% 12% - %
Penn PAL 1.00 7 26% 2<% 26%
Penn R R 1 50 17% 17 17% + %
Peoples Drug 2 2 33% 33% 33% - %
Peoria A Ea*t_ _ 2 31% 30% 31%+ %
Pepsi Cola_ 13 9 8% 8% - %
Pfizer la _ 30 35% 35% 35% - %
Phelps Dodflg. 13 74% 74% 74%
Phila Elec 1 % 10 29 28% 28% - %
PhARCAII 40a 12 16% 16 16%+ %
Phllco 1 60b 90 25 % 24% 2!%+%
Philip Mor 3b 3 46% 46% 46%
PhllUpsPet 2.40 58 46% 46% 46%+ %
Pitts C A C1 3 31% *1 31%+%
PlttPorg I.15W. 2 21 20% 207++ %
Pitts PI Q12g . 7 46 43% 45%+1%
Pitt SCAB fida 8 10% 10% 10%
Pitts Steel %f . 15 21% 21% : 1% + %
Plttston Co 1 1 26 26 26
Plymth O 1 60b 4 31% 31% 31%+ %
Poor A Co la 1 17% 17% 17% - %
Pot Elec Pew 00 2 14% 14% 14%
Pressed Stl Car 1 12% 12'+ 12% + %
ProcAGm2 60a 8 65% 64% 64% %
PubSvColOl 40 8 27% 27 27%+ %
PbSvEAG 1 60 13 24% '3% :3% - %
tPbSE&GpM 08 210 95 94% 94% - %
PSEAG pf 1.40 6 25% 25% 25%
Pub Svlnd 1 80 5 28% 28% 28% - %
Publlckrln l%f 10 16% 16% 16% + %
Pullman 3g_ 15 43% 42% 43%+ %
Pure OH 2a __ 20 *4% 53% 54%+%
Pure Oil pf 6 . _ 2 106% 106% 106%
QOAKR O 95h 1 30% 30% 30% - %
RADIO CPI ._ 70 21% 21 21%+ %
RKO Pictures 7 4% 4 4 - %
RKOThea.lOg 20 4% 4% 4%
Rayonler 3 ... 3 54% 53% 54%+1
Rayonler pf2._ 3 34% 34% 34%-%
Reading Co 2 1 24% 24% 24%
Reed Roll B la 5 19 19 19
Rem Rand I b . 34 20*4 20'+ 20% - %
Reo Motors %g. 4 18% 18% 18%
Repub Avia lg_ 25 14% 13% 13%+%
Renub Pictures 15 4% 4% 4%
ReDub Steel 4f. 34 42% 41% 42% f %
Revere 2>+g 7 28% 28% 78%
RexallDr lOg 2 6%' 6% e% + %
ReynMet 1.1 Og 15 54% 53'+ 33% - %
Reyn rob B 2 52 J2% 32'+ 32% - %
Rheem M 2 40 2 30% 30 30% + %
Richfield OH 3a 14 55% ‘ 4% 55% f %
Ritter Co 1'ig 1 26% 26% 26% - %
RoanAnCop ' + h 5 6% 6% 6%
Robbins M 1 >4 3 2P% 28% 28%-1
Robt Fultn 1 '4 8 17% 17% 17% - %
Roch GAE 2.24 7 33% 33% 33%
RohmAH 1 60b 2 137% 136 137%+ %
Royal Type 2 5 23% 237+ 23% - %
Ruppert J 2 11% 11% 11%
SAFEWAY 2 40 17 31% 31% 317++ %
tSafeway 4pf4 110 95% 94% 95%+1%
St Joe Ld 3%g 3 48% 48% 48%+ %
St Joe LAP 1%. 2 24% 24% 24% + 3+
St L San Fr.374 35 26% 25% 26 + %
St L San F pf 5 1 61*+ 61% 61% + %
St Reg Paper 1. 43 16% 16% 16%+ %
Schenley Ind 2. 12 31% 31% 31% - %
Scott Pan 2 40 7 49% 49% 49%+ %
Seab Fin 1 80 2 19% 19% 19%
Seaboard OH 2a 5 91 90% 91 +1
Seagrave 1.20 . 1 14% 14% 14% - %
Sears Roeb 2a.. 21 55% 5 5 55 - %
Seiber Rub 1... 2 11% 11% 11% - %
Serve) V4g 7 8% 8 8
Sham O A G 2 3 30% 30% 30% + %
Sharon Stl 3'if 5 41*4 41% 41%+%
8harpAD 1 SSg 7 41 40% 40% - %
Shell Oil 3 . 17 61 60% 61 + %;
Sheller M 1.20 3 14% 14% 14% - %
Sheraton A .60 2 11 11 11 + %
SlmmonsCo” 'at 4 31% 31% 31%-%
Sinclair 011 2a 25 40% 40% 40% + %
Skelly 011 3a... 3 79*4 79 79% - %
Sloss 8hef S> 2 33 33 33
SmlthAO 1 70g 3 37 37 37
8m1th A Cor 2. 3 21% 21% 21%+ %
SoconyV 1.60a 46 33% 33% 33%+ %l
Solvav Am of 4 1 124% 124% 124% - %i
SoCaroEAG.60. 11 8% 6% 8% - %
SoPRlco Sue 5g 10 63 62% 62%+ %
Sou Cal Edts 5 3 34% 34 34% + %,
SouthernCo 80 51 11% 11% 11% |
SouNatGas 2'+. 7 48% 47% 47%-l%:
Sou Paclflv fia _ 31 58% 57% 58% + %
Sou Railway 4 9 48% 47% 48% + %
Sou Rwv pf 8 2 64 64 64 - %
SparksWth 30g 10 5% 5% 5% + %
Spen Chm 1 80. 4 42% 41% 42%+ %
Spencer Kell 2. 1 26% 26% 26% + %
Sperrv Corn 2.. 6 32% 32% 32% + %
Spiegel ,90g 6 10% 10% 10%
Square D 1.40a 4 26% 26% 26%
Squibb %h 18 23% 22% 23%+ %
StdBrnds 1 20a. 8 21% 21% 21%+ %
Std Coil Prod 1 2 12% 12'+ 12%+ %
Std Gas A Elec. 6 9% 9% 9%
StdG A E S4 pf. 12 69% 68% 68% - %
StdGEOnr nffik. 2 143 143 143 - %
StdUE7pr pf7k 4 163% 161% 163% +1%
Std Oil Cal 2 60 15 49 48% 48%+ %
Std O Ind 2>4b 21 69% 687+ 69
Std Oil N J 3a 55 68% 66% 68 + %
Std O Ohio 2 40 16 40% 39% 40%+1
8td Ry Equ la 6 15% 15% 15%+ %
Std Stl Spg 2 .. 9 23% 22% 23'++ %
Sterling Dr 2a. 6 40% 39% 40%+1
Stevens JP 2a 4 42 41% 41% — %
Stew War 1 40a 3 18 18 18 + %
Stoke Van C lb 3 16 157+ 157+— %
Stokely VC pfl 2 17 17 17 + %
Stone A Web 2g 21 24% 24 24 - %
8tudebaker2%t 15 31% 31 31% + %
Sun Chem 60a. 5 10% 10 10
Sun OH 1 b 3 83% 82% 83% + %
Sunray O 1 20 51 20% 20% 20%
Sunshine M .80 12 10% 10 10% + %
Superior Stl 7g. 4 22% 22 22%
Suth Pap 1 *4a.. 1 22% 22% 22%+%
SwiftACo 1 60a 2 33% 33% 33% + 1+
Sylvan El Pr 2a 34 33 32% 33 + zj
Sym Gould 74*. 2 7 67+ 7 + %
TENN CP 2a 2 35% 35 35 + %
Texas Co 2.00a. 29 52% 507+ 52 +1
rexOulfPrl.40. 5 26% 26% 26*++ %
Tex Gulf Sul 4a 9 1007+ 997+ 100% + %
TexPCAO 1 40a 3 42% 41% 42% + %
TexPacLT! .55* 7 146 142 144 +3
Tex Dtil 1.08 .. 40 33% 32*+ 33
Textron 2.7 16% 16% 16% + %
Thatcher Q1 la 3 14% 14% 141*
*Tha G1 pf2 40 2 39 39 39 _ %
Third AveTr. 1 3% 3% 3%-%
ThomDson Pr S_ 3 43% 43 43% 4. iA
Tide Wa As 2a 8 38% 377+ 38 - %
Timk R Bear 3 5 47 46% 46%
Toledo Edls .70 21 10% 10% 10%
TransWorld Air 4 217+ 217+ + 7+
Transamerl.20 23 20% 20% 20% - %
Trl Corn ,45g . 29 13% 17% l}% + %
Truax Tr 1.60 . 4 217+ 217+ 217++ %
Twen C Fox 2.. 9 20% 20% 20% + %
Twin Coach 5 10% 10% 10%
DDYLITE 1 40. 3 14% 14% 14% - %
Underwood 4g .. 4 52% 52% 52% - %
Un Bag 2a 9 46% 46 46% + %
UnCarbtde 2'+* 39 55% 54% 55%+1
Un Oil Calif 2 3 38 377* 38 + %
Un Pacific fia . 0 99% 97% 99 +1
Un Pacific pf 2 1 477+ 477+ 477+ - %
UnTnkCar 2.80 3 38 37% 37% - %
Unit Air L 1 '+■ 56 30% 30% 30% + %
Utd Alrc 2b .. 6 29 28% 28% - %
Utd Alrcrft nffi. 1101 101 101 - %
Utd Blsc 1.60 _ 2 32 32 32
Utd Clg Whel . 6 4 37+ 4 + %
'UtdCgW Pf3% 170 52 52 52 - %
Utd Corn .20 .. 11 47+ 4% 47+ + %
Utd El Coal la 1 197+ 197+ 197++%
Utd Eng A F 3.. 1 48% 48% 48% - %
Utd Fruit 3a . 8 61 60% 60% + %
Utd Gas Coro 1 9 23% 23% 23%+ %
UtdQasIml 40a 2 29% 29 29% - %
Utd M A M 1 a 18 16 15% 16 + %
Utd ParamTh 2 17 20'+ 20% 207* + %
USAForSec.55* 4 54% 53% 54%+ %!
U S Gypsum 4a 8 109% 108% 109% +1
US Hoff Mach 2 147* 14% 14%— %
+U8 Hoff pf 4’/+. 20 61% 61% 61% -1 i
U S Leather 11 24% 24% 24% - %
US Lines 2 2 17'+ 177+ 177+ + 1+
US Pipe A F3 5 37% 37% 37%-%
USPlywd 1.46b 3 30 29% 30 + %l
•USPly ofB :t% 1 98 98 98 1
U S Rubber fig 38 667+ 65% 66% +1
U S Smelt 1 >,«* 16 65% 64 65% + %
U S Steel 3 .41 39% 39 39% + %
U S Steel pf 7_ 8 140% 140 140 + %
U S Tob 1 20_ 1 19% 19% 19%+ %
Unlv Lab .. 5 3% 3% 3%
Unlv Piet 60f 4 12% 12% 12% + %
tUnlv Pic nf ivi 160 61 60 60 -1
Utah PAL 1.80 5 29 29 29 + %
VNOR.Ml.30f. 4 17 16% 16%-%
Vsnadlum2.10g 10 34 33% 34 + %
VertCamSl 35g. 11 19 187+ 187+- %
VlckChem 1 20. 1 257* 257+ 257* + %
Vlct ChmWks 1. 3 26% 26 26% + %
Va Caro Chem 14 21% 20% 20% + %
VaElAPwl.20_ 14 21% 21% 21%+ %
Va Rwv 2'/ai 9 34 33% 34 + %
Va Rwy pf 1'+ .. 2 27% 27% 27% + %
Vulcan D 1.40a. 2 17% 17% 17%
Walker H3a .. 4 50% 50% £0% - %
Walworth 45* 4 107* 10% 10% - %
Warner Bros 1 29 14 14 14 + %
WarnerHudnt 1 6 18% 18 18 — %
Warren Fdy 1 28% 28% 26% - %
Warm Pet 90g 15 27% 26% 26%
Wash Gs Lt 1'+ 43 25% 25 25 - %
Wayne Pump 4 14 137+ 177+ - %
Webster Tobac 8 10% 10V* 10%+ %
WesOAS 1 40a. 4 31 3, 31 + %
7. si Ind Sug 2a 5 38% 38 38% - %
W Ky Coal 2a 4 227* 227+ 227+
W V CAC 1 20a 10 17% lt% 17 + %
W Va PAP 2a _ 3 82% 82% 62% + %
West Air L '+*_. 3 14% 14% 14%
Western Md 6 19% 18% 19 + %
Westn Pacific 3. 6 4t% 48 48% + %
Westn Un Tel 2. 16 39% 39 39 - »+
WestAlrB 1 80a 4 15% 25% 257* + %
Westhse Elec 2. 41 38% 38% 387+ + %
Wheel Steel 3 _. 6 41% 40% 41% + %
White Mot 2%.. 2 29 28% 29 + %
WhiteSwMl >+p. 1 12% 12% 12%+ %
Wlllys-Overlnd. 3 8% 8% 8%
WllsonJones lb 2 17 17 17 + %
WlscElPw 1.30g 7 23% 23 23
Woolworth 2a . 4 43% 43 43%
Worth PAM 2a. 3 26% 26% 26% - %
tWorth orof4'+ 1 78 77% 78 +1%
Wrlgley WJr 3a. 1 697+ 697+ 697+- %
Wyand Wor 40a 2 14 14 14
YALE A TO 2a. 1 38% 38% 38%+ %
York Com 7»g 1 13 13 13 + %
YounaSnAW 1 a 2 34 34 34
YoungstShAT* 2 4874 4874 487++ %
ZFV'TP R 2 *3% '3 63%+1%
Hourly Sales on th* Exchange Today:
1 1 (Hi a m 24v V- - ..... .. 5. vi O00
l -oonm 740 000 2 on n m COO 000
FUnlt of trading 10 shares. *ln pank
ruptev or receivership or being reorganized
under the Bankruptcy Act or securities
assumed by such companies Rates of divi
dends In the foregoing table are annual
disbursements based on the last quarterly
or semiannual declaration Unless other
wise noted special or extra dividends are
not included cld Called x Ex-dividend,
xr Ex rights, a Also extra or extraa. b Plus
stock dividend, d Cash or stock, e Paid
last year f Payable In stock eitlmated
cash valuo on ex-dlvldend* date, a De
clared or paid so far tbls year, h De
clared or paid after stock dividend or
spllt-up. k Declared or paid this year, an
accumulative Issue wltb dividends in ar
rears. p Paid this year, dividends omitted,
deferred or no action taken at last divi
dend meeting. w Declared or paid In
1961, plus stock dividend, y Liquidating
dividend, a Payable In stock, exact cash
value undetermined on declaration oa^.
Recovery Movement
Moves Stocks Ahead
Fractions to Point
By the Associated Press
NEW YORK, Nov. 26. — The
stock market took a new lease on
life today and prices started up
ward after a weak and quiet open
ing.
A recovery movement got under
way about midway through the
morning session and activity grew
brisk as the prices moved ahead.
Most of the advances were frac
tions but a fair number of point
or more gains showed up in the
list.
Activity simmered down a little
after the initial upward move but
the advances held the ground
they’d gained. The gains were well
spread through the list and were
confined to no single group.
Stocks that moved ahead
around a point at times made a
substantial and diversified list.
They included Case. U. S. Rub
ber. Zenith Radio, Northern Pa
cific. American Can and Cities
Service.
Other advances included U. S.
Steel, Bethlehem, Republic, Chrys
ler, Goodrich Rubber, Boeing Air
plane, Admiral Corp., American
Telephone, Anaconda, Kennecott,
Du Pont, American Woolen, Santa
Fe. Union Pacific, Standard Oil
(N. J.) and U. S. Gypsum.
The bond market was not as
ready to turn from itS lethargic
ways. Prices were irregular. Gov
ernments were steady in a quiet,
over-the-counter market.
Washington Exchange
_ . „ „ SALES.
Pot Elec Pwr com—la at 14b.
Wash Gas com—1U0 at 25b
Pot Elec Pwr com—25 at lo. 40 at 15.
Garflnckel com—25 at 19b, 100 at ]9b.
Woodward & Lolhrop com—20tat 33b.
Garflnckel 4b', pld—100 at 10b.
P°t EJec Pwr com—100 at 15, so at 15.
Pot Elec Pwr 3.60 pfd A—50 at 41b.
BONDS. Bid Asued
Am T&T cv db 2bs 1057 ._ 114'.
Am T&T cv db 2bs I»H1 _ 108b 109b
Am T&T cv db 3l.s 1050 114b
Cap Transit 1st rt 4s 1064 loo3. 1011/.
Georgetown Gas 1st 5s 1961 114b ___
Pot Elet Pwr 3bs 1077 96 b
Pot Elec Pwr 3s 1983 00
Pot Elec Pwr 2bs 1984 T. 03
Washington Gas 5s 1060 114 b
Ter Rf & W Co 1st 4s 1058 10Ob -111
„ PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS.
Am Tel & Tel (Oi 1 5«
Capita! Transit new <z3) . l.t3, 15
Pot Elec Pwr com (.90! _ 14b 15
PEP 3.60V pfd A (l 8(0 4ob 42
PEP 3.00'* pfd B (1.80) _ 40b 42
Southern Co com U (.80) *llb 1"V.
Va El & Pwr com U <1.20). 21b 2014
W'ash Gas Lt com <1.50) _ 25 26
Wash Gas Lt cm pf <4.25) _ 04 06
Wash Gas Lt c c pf <4 50) 101 103
BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES
Amer Sec & Tr (til _ 32 33
Bank of Bethesda < 11 .SO)_40
Capital (tl> 2Kb 30
Com & Savinas (410)_I 325
Liberty <8> _ 305
Lincoln (45) _ 340
Natl Sav Tr <i8)_I 480
Riggs <» 12) .370 385 "
Suburban Trust Co (1.20) 30
Union Trust Co (11» 43b 45b
Wash Loan & Trust ((1.20) 43 _
FIRE AND TITLE INSURANCE.
American 06) _ _ "10
Columbia ft.30) _* 13b
Firemen's (1.60) 31
National Union (.75)_ 23b
Real Estate <t6) 170 190
„ , MISCELLANEOUS
Carpel Corp 10 14
Garflnckel com (1.50) 19b 20b
Garflnckel 5b" pfd (1 375) 21b
Garflnckel 4bV pfd (1 125) in3, 2nv,
Hecht Co (1.60) 30b 32
Hecht 3b"' cm pf <3 75) 84 b 86
Lanston Mono <2) *19', *»ob
Mergenthaler Lino (»2 15).. 31'. 34
Natl Mtg & Inv com _ 6b
Natl Mta & Inv pf (a 30) fit.
Peonies Drug St com (2) 1 33 7.4b
Security storage <(5> 110 120
Ter Ref & vvh Corn (3) _ 51 53
Wdwd & Lothron com <2)__ 33b 34
Wdwd & Lothrop pfd (5) 107
•Ex dividend. *Plus extra or extras,
a Paid so far this year U Unlisted
z Paid on old stock this year.
Produce Markets
cuoutions supplied by the
United States Agriculture Department:
Applea—-Barely steady. Demand light,
l^nnsylvanir Delicious. 2 >4 inches up.
cpndltlPB, 3.25; McIntosh 2'4 Inches
up. /a» cpl°r 135: Romes. 2'i inches up.
fa» quality, j .50, Staymans 3 Inches up.
f»,r oualil*. 2.00-25: 2*1 Inches up. 2.25
50. 2', Inches up. 1.80-2.00: few high
color. 2.50.
Potatoes—Barely steady. U. S. Is.
size A unwashed Pennsylvania Katahdlns.
lOO-pound sacks. 3.80: fair quality, 2.25:
50-pound sacks. 1.85-2.00- mostly 1.90
9o; fair quality. 115
Sweet potatoes — Silahtly stronger.
Bushel baskets U S Is Maryland and Vir
ginia Goldens 3.50-75: fair quality 3 00;
ordinary quality 1.00-7.00: Puerto R i an,
la r to senerally good quality, 3.00-50:
fair duality. 2.50-.5: nearby >4-bushel
hamners Goldens. 1.75.
Beans and Bret,.
Snap beans—Slightly weaker: Florida
bushel hampers Valentines, ti no-6 So few
H TOO: tender greens, fair quality.
5.00-5.50, few best. 7.00.
topBwdS r50*nns,lv*n“' bu5heI baslcetB'
, Broccoli—grates. Maryland. 8s, 1.75
1.90; New Jersey. 12s, 2.60-3.00.
Brussels sprouts—Firm: New York, lfl
cr*tes, 4.25-4 50: bushel hampers.
5,^?vfppRc1'8 ppr uuart. 30 cents.
n«,Cl*i,J>aFp__:ParpJ,y 8tpady: bushel baskets.
5 W locally New York. Danish. 2.00;
round. 2.no-2.25: North Carolina,
roiind. 2.50; oO pound sicks, Pennsylvania.
P«s shkr ';r5;„Npw York. Danish 2.50
-.05: North Carolina, round. 2.75-3 25.
?rCa?eralnD,n?,h1Z2.60fW Jer5ey' Cantal0UPP
Carrots—Topped, washed. New York. 50
p°pJld Bo oV n’ld ' wNp?’ Jpr8ty 50 Pound
?a£tsb no-25".? 50; ,busheI baskets, small!
u Ppnn.8?lvanla' and Delaware,
bushel baskets. 2.50
Cauliflower—81ight!y weaker; double
deck crates. 12s. New York, 2.50-2.75;
fair quality, 2 25: Delaware. 2.25-2.50;
ordinary to fair quality. 50-1,25.
Celery—Cabbage. New Jersey, apple
boxes mostly 150. few higher
».^hleJy'77,lpwJJPrspy- hslf pratps- Golden.
.Ton ' 3‘8 doi!pn' 2.50-2.75. few best
b„FK,!,p!Sn,r_Sll8!?,lv stronger: Florida/
bushel ba.^kets. few sales. 5/25-7 00. ac
cording to Quality; ordinary quality 2 oo
KwiireTtn8~5us^e‘.1 baskets. Maryland!
broccoli and kale. 1.25 Collards. l.oO
in.»: Virginia kale. 125; collards. 1.25;
ordinary quality. 50: repacks, cartons, lo
ounce cellophane bags. 12$. J 80: 8s. 1 20
Lettuce—New Jersey. Eastern Iceberg
crates. Icebergs, baskets. 18-24 heads
3.o0.
Poultry Quotation!!.
Poultry—Offerings light. Too few sale*
to quote prices.
_ livestock Markets.
Cattle—160U; holdovers. 3(M> equivalent
19 loads slaughter steers and 14 loads
stock cattle; trading rather slow on all
classes; retarded somewhat by higher ask
ing prices; slaughter steers and heifers,
about steady with la^t Wednesday; cows
unevenly steady to 50 cents higher: not
enough bulls or stock cattle sold to es
tablish a price trend but generally asking j
higher on bulls: few loads and smaller lots
food and choice slaughter steers. 33.50
35.00; utility and commercial. 29.00-33.00; j
odd choice heifers. 32 50; odd head utility
and commercial. 24.0o-28.o0: few com
mercial cows. 27.00-28.50; utility. 23 50
26.oo; canners and cutters largely. 18.00
-33)0. but shelly canners down to 16.00
and below: odd head commercial sausage
bulls. 27.75-29.00: few cutters, 22.00
24.00; odd canners. 21.00.
Calves—300. slow-; some inquiry early
for high choice and prime vealers. but!
practically none in early receipts, some
interested talking higher, not enough any
other class sold to permit a comparison
of nnces.
Hogs—700, opend slow: generally steady
ttith last Friday's quotation but some
packers bidding lower; rhoirp 170-230 lb
barrows and gilts. 19.75-20.no. early top
20.00; 240-260 lbs.. 19.25-50; 260-300
lbs. 18.25-19.25: over 300 lb. weights,
lb.25 down depending on weight and con
dition; 120-140 lb . 17 25-75: 140-160 lb..
18.25-19.25; sows under 400 lbs.. 17.00
50; odd head higher 400-450 lb.. 16 00
50: heavier weights downward from 15.50
according to weight and condition. 2.00
3.00 under price of same weight sows.
Sheep—50; nothing in early.
Grain Market.
F our-Receipts. 1.024 100-pound sack*.
Wjieat—Rece 1 pts. 119.824 bushels; ship
ments. 121.200 bushels: stocks. 4.089.397
bushels. No. 2 red winter garlicky, spot,
domestic, 2.48ft; November. 2.48ft; No.
3. ~.45 /s.
Corn—Receipts. 91.487 bushels; ship
ments. 63.000 bushels; stocks, 2.520.222
bushels.
, Oats—Receipts, none; shipments, none:
stocks. 24,309 bushels.
Barley — Receipts, none: shipments,
none: stocks, 41.389 bushels.
Rye—Receipts, none; shipments, none;
stocks. 319.111 bushels.
Soybeans — Receipts. 61,838 bushels;
shipments, none; stocks. 395.108 bushels.
Millfced—Receipts. 6rt tons.
Foreign Exchange
NEW YORK. Nov. “8 OP'.—Poreign ex
change rates follow (Great Britain in dol
lars. others in cents):
Canadian dollar in New York open
market 4per cent discount or 95.81'4
United States cents, unchanged:
Europe: Great Britain (oound) 2.80V,.
unchanged; Great Britain 30 day futures.
2.<9%, unchanged: Great Britain 80 day
futures. 2.79'i. unchanged; Great Britain
90 day futures. 2.79V,. unchanged: Bel
gium (franc) 1.98s,,. unchanged: Prance
(franc) .28»% of a cent, unchanged; Hol
land (guilder) 28.33. unchanged; Italy
(lira) .16V« of a cent, unchanged: Portu
gal (escudo) 3.47. unchanged; Sweden
(krona) 19.35. unchanged: Switzerland
(franc) (free) 22.90. unchanged.
Latin America: Argetina (free) 7.05.
unchanged; Brazil (free) 5.60. unchanged;
Mexico 11.57, unchanged; Venezuela
(bolivar) 30.03. unchanged.
Par East; Hong Kong dollar 17.55, un
changed. i
N. Y. Bond Market
(Famished by the Associated Press.!
LIST INCLUDES ONLY SELECTED ISSUES
FOREIGN 1:15 Cu0aN6Va42rct 34
Antwerp 5s 68 100% Qet Ed cv 3s58 109
Au6tralla3Vas«B 85% Del Ed 3s 70 __ 90
Braz 3%s 23 set 82% pia E Cs; 5a 74_ 74
Caldas 3s 78 43% j c 4%s 66 99%
Canada 2%s 74 95% ICCSL os 63A 106%
Chile 2%-3s 83 40 1st Gt No 0a 52 50%
Copenhgn6s 62 81 Leh Val 4'/as 74 81%
Denmk 4Vas 02 78% LAN 3%a 2003 95
Italian 2-3s 77 42% m-K-T Ist4s00 81%
Peru 1st ba 00 45 Mo-Pac 6%s 49 62
RioGde87s8flst 41 Mo-Pac 5s 77P 110%
Urug a 4 %s 79 96 Mo-Pac 6s 80H 111
YokohamaBsHl 83% Mo-Pac 4s 76 91%
NEW YORK CITY MorAE3'/i2000 55
3s 80 110% Nat Dairy 3s 70 100
DOMESTIC 1:16 NET AT 4'as «1 109%
AmTAT 3%s83 117 S VC5l 2013 68%
Am'I'AT 3%»..l> 114% NYC4'/jS20I3A 62%
AmTAT 2%s57 115 N Y C 4s 08 59
AmTAT 23/«s71 93% NYCL8 3‘<ss 98 57
AmTAT 2%s 75 92% NYNHin4'/aS22 50
Am Tob 3s 09 99% NYNHH4s'-'nO? 66%
A C L 4s 52 100'IAj No Pac 4s 97 100%
B A O 5s 75 B 90% 'ennRR l %s«5 95%
B A O 5s 95 G 70 PennRR4Vss81 88%
BAO cv4 Va2010 61% “enRR4%s84E 88
Bos Me 4s 00 69 >CCS' 5s 75 B 99%
ErkUnG 2 '/.s76 91% 3LSP 4%s 2022 77%
CanPac 4s perp 100% 3eabln4 %s2016 89%
COa 4%s2020B 58% B TAT 3s 79 97%
CRRNJ 3'/«s 87 46% SoB TAT2%s87 96
CAO 3%s 73 102 So Pac 4'/is 81 92
Chi A El Inc 97 79% So Pac 4'/is 69 96%
CMSP4 %s2044 57% 3oPac4 %sOr77 98
CCCSL4%s77 63% So Ry 4s 66 99%
Comlth Ed 3»77 98% Third Ave 5s«0 22
Cor Ed cy:is«0 126% Vanad 3'/»s 65 112
CGEBcv2%s62 114% WarnPet3'/as06 104%
Con NG 3V«s 70 102 W Sh 4s 2361 57%
ConsuP 2%s 76 96% I WhlBt cv3 '/i65 105%
N. Y. Curb Market
LIST INCLUDES ONLY SELECTED ISSUE*
1:15 Heels Mln 1 __ 16%
Air W El Pr lb 9% Hollinzer .18g 12%
Am 8uperpowr Ms imp 011 70 33%
Anaconda Lead 2% lmpOULtd rtwl %
AnzLauNltA'/ag 13s/e int Pet 1 g 19%
Ark N Gs A .60 16% ,nt Prod la 17%
Barium Stl 40 9% rnv Roy ,04a - 2%
| Brown Co 11% Kirby Pel */ie 29%
Brown-FDlsSO 23% Kropp Fge 30g 4%
i Burma Ltd Ms LakeShore 35a 12
iCalAEdmColO 12% Louis LAE 2* 49
Calvn CnsOAO 5% Mead John 60a 15%
r'an Son Oils 8% Molybdenm Vaa 60%
Can At! n” Ltd 6M- Nat Petrol Coro 3
Car Transit 14% Nat Phoe Indus 2%
ColonlaiAirllne 7% Nat Phoe Ind rt %a
Cont P A M 2b 20% Nat RubMcb rt Ms
CosdenPet .95* 18 N M»*AAr!zLd 22%
Creole Pet 5%« 69% Niles Bern P lb 19%
CubAtlSug I 14% NorthrpAirc'/sg 13s/e
Dobeckmn 1 VkK 29% Pac Pet Ltd 9'Ms
East Qas A 11 14% Paneoast Ol! 2%
El BondAS 1 %f 24% Pantepcc Oil 5%
Eureka C Ltd *Ms St La wr Co 2a 36%
EurekaCsLtd rt. Mr Schulte DA 2
Ford Mot Fran _ Solar Aire 60a 18
Giant Yell 9% Std Cap A Seal 10
Glen A1 Cl ,20o 10% ni Cont war 3%
Gobel the . 4% Venez Syn V«g 5%
I .. ■■■■!■ i ■■■■■in .n . ■ ■■' t
Business Briefs
Continental Can Co. announced
jit will manufacture a large quan
tity of components for the control
I of guided missiles being developed
by the Bell Telephone Labora
• tories and made by Western
[Electric Co. for the Army.
Boston Fund. Inc., reported,
net assets on October 31 of $71,
237,646 or $23.51 a share vs.
$56,283,403 or $21.19 on October
31, 1950.
Texas Gulf Sulphur Co. In
9 months ended September 30
earned $18,832,114 or $5.64 a
share vs. $20,208,030 or $6.05 ini
1950 period.
Cuban Atlantic Sugar Co. In'
year ended September 30 earned
$7,238,475 or $3.60 a share vs.1
1 $6,656,331 or $3.51 in 1950 period.
1 Pennsylvania Electric Co. in
year ended September 30 earned
$6,335,847 vs. $7,425,207 in 1950.
Texas Power & Light in year
jended October 31 earned $6,094,
808 vs. $5,855,414 in 1950.
Wabash Railroad in 10 months
ended October 31 earned $5,015,
1236 or $16.12 on the preferred vs.
$6,864,868 or $22.07 in 1950 period.
Champion Paper Sc Fibre Co.
and subs, in 6 months ended Sep
tember 30 earned $4,976,552 or
$2.16 a share vs. $4,823,114 or
$2.09 in the 1950 period.
Utah Power Sc Light Co. in year
ended October 31 earned $4,062,
370 or $2.43 a share vs. $4,027,105
or $2.68 in 1950.
Spencer KtSllof Sc Sons, Inc.,
in year ended September 1 earned
$3,642,975 or $2.98 a share vs.
$2,983,070 or $2.44 in 1950 period.
Shawinigan Water & Power in
9 months ended September 30
earned $3,308,556 or $1.16 a share
vs. $3,374,204 or $1.21 in 1950
period.
! H. Corby Distillery, Ltd., in year
ended August 31 earned $1,319,
i643 or $1.19 a shar. vs. $777,146 tr
70 cents in 1950.
Froedtert Corp. in year ended
October 31 earned $1,948,968 or
$2.00 a share vs. $1,706,103 or
$1.74 in 1950.
Quebec Power Co. in 9 months
'ended September 30 earned $469,
254 or 84 cents a share vs. $505,
933 or 91 cents in 1950 period.
National Airlines, Inc., in month
of October earned $96,071 vs. $171,
455 in October, 1950.
Radio Corp. of America an
nounced election of Dr. Irving
Wolff as director of research for
iRCA laboratories, with headquar
Iters at Princeton.
Chemical Bank & Trust Co. an
nounced election of Benjamin F.
Few, president of Liggett & Myers,
jand J. Albert Woods, president of
Commercial Solvents, as directors
i
Dividends Announced
NEW YORK Nov. 26 dPi. — Dividend*
declared:
Extra.
Pe- Stk of Pay
... . Rate. rlod. record, able
Atlas Plywood otic 12-14 l ■' _ *> u
Peoples First Natl Bk At ~D
Trust Pittsburgh . 2(lc_. 12-11 12-24 i
Abbott Lab 5c_12-6 l--’
Dixie Home Stores 60c_11-30 12-15
Stock.
Standard Stl Soring 5'i_12-6 10.07 i
l Special.
Vulcan Mold At Iron 7Vic__ 12-5 12-15
Camden Refg At Term 50c __ 12-1 12-14
Year End.
Davenpt Hosiery Mills 5>>c_12-10 12-24
Irregular.
Julian At Koke 75c 12-3 12-13
Increased.
Natl Tile At Mfg 25c Q 12-17 12-24
_ Rrgular.
Duval Sul At Potash 25c 12-10 12-311
Northwestern Leather 35c Q 12-12 1-1
Peonies First Natl Bk At
Trirt Pittsburgh 45c Q 12-21 1-2
Southam Ltd 25c Q 12-13 r-"S I
Sou Can Pwr Ltd . 40c Q 1-18 2-15
Vulcan Mold At Iron 7'i-c 12-5 12-15
Weston Geo Ltd 25c Q 12-10 1-2 i
Abbott Lab 45c Q 12-6 1-2 il
Ashdown Hrdw Ltd A 15c Q 12-10 i-i .
Coniaurum Min Ltd 2c 12-12 12-27
Davenpt Hosiery Mills 50c 12-20 1
E! Dorado Oil Wks 25c 12-3 12-15
Emporium Capwell 50c 12-0) 12-20
Ero Mfg _12'2c Q 12-3 12-14
Fabricon Prod . 30c Q 11-30 12-15
Granite City Steel ...55c 12-6 12-21
Halifax Insurance_15c .. 12-1 12-20
Justrlte Mfg _ 3c 12-4 12-15
Laclede Chris . 35c Q 12-10 12-28
Mt Royal Metal Ltd 15c 12-14 1-2
New Hamp Fire Insur 50c Q 12-3 1-2
Chicago Livestock
CHICAGO. Nov. 28 m <U8DA) —Sala
ble hoRS. 20.000: rather slow; barrows
and gilts, all weights. 15 to mostly 25
cents lower than Friday: all order buyers,
large and independent packers in trade;
prospects good clearance: sows scarce,
mostly steady; instances 25 cents lower;
small lot 20 head choice No. 1 light
weights. 18.80: numerous loads choice
1,80-220 pounds. 18.75; other choice tsa.
200 pounds. 18.60-18.70: few 270-3'0
pounds. 18.25-18.60; choice sows, 400
pounds and under. 17.00-18.00: most
.400-500 pounds. 16.00-17.00: odd head
heavier weights‘as low as 15.00.
alable cattle. 13 000; salable calves.
400: slaughter steers and heifers fairly
active, steady t" 50 cents higher: cows
fully steady: hulls. 25-50 certs higher;
vealers fully steady: bulk high-choice
and prime steers. 37.50-30,25; few prime
loads sold up to 39.75; load or so held
higher: bulk choice steers. 35.90-37.25:
commercial and good grades. 29.50-34.00:
most choice and prime heifers. 34. GO
38. 00; load prime, heifers. 38.50; com
mercial cows. 26.00-29.00: bulk utility
cows, 22.00-25.00: canners and cutters.
18.00- 21.00: cutter and utility cows,
mixed. 21.25-21.75; utility to good bulls.
26.00- 30.00: commercial to prime veal
ers. 27.00-36.00.
Salable sheeps. 4,500: wooled slaughter
lambs 25-50 cents higher; top 32.26 on
fed Westerns; best natives. 32.00; na
tives scarce: few shorn lambs predomi
nated; ahorn lambs and other classes
steady to strong; best clippers. 31.75;
utility to choice yearlings. 25.00-28.00;
•laughter ewes. 10.00-14.00. X
Steel Scrap Shortage
Still Hampers Output,
Despite All-Out Drive
ly the Associated Press
CLEVELAND. Nov. 26.—Despite
the Government-sponsored drive
for scrap, shortages of the mate
rial are posing an increasing
[threat to steel production, the
[magazine Steel said yesterday.
The magazine in its weekly
summary pf the metalworking in
dustry reported that bad weather
has handicapped the scrap drive,
slowing collection and shipping
the metal.
A drying up of some of the
normal supply sources also has
partly offset the campaign. Steel
added.
Current scrap inventory at the
mills was described as spotty, with
supplies generally far below the
60-day mark considered safe.
“Efforts are being intensified to
maintain the (scrap) drive under
full steam since it is seen as pro
viding the chief hope for averting
sharp curtailment of production
in the not distant future,” Steel
[said.
Little hope was held out by the
[magazine for a balance in steel
[supply and demand before the
middle of next year, at the earli
est. Defense orders are expected
to take up the slack caused by
[ civilian setbacks, it was said.
Chicago Grain
CHICAGO. Nov. 26 UP —With the
trading pace rapid, grains showed some
easiness at the start and then recovered
on the Board of Trade today. Wh^at
had the largest early loss and the
strongest rally.
There were some rapid-fire changes
in the market's direction. Selling based
on adoption of a cease-fire line in Korea
apparently met buying based on belief
there would be a , good export business
this week This made for a churning
market with Plenty of activity.
Wheat near the end of the first hour
*aE ,*'1 * cents higher. December
£Srn waE higher. Decem
ber $188. and oats were 5,-l>'2 higher.
December D.ta Soybeans were Pv'’i,
cents higher. January $3. and lard was
a cents lower to 5 cents a hundred pounc.s
higher. December $15.40.
Several foreign countries were expected
to take Wheat this week, including Inl
and Austria, some time today. Western
Germany also was expected to be in the
market. Some of the hedges against th-se
anticipated sales may have been lifted
in Saturday's strong market, traders said
Foreign countries seemed anxious tu
buy. Short crops in the Sothern Hemi
sphere. particularly Argentina and Can
ada’s difficulty in getting the grain off
farms appeared to b» steering buving
interest to this country. Furthermore
the maximum price will go up 10 cents
on wheat shipped in December.
Truce negotiations in Korea were mak
ing progress It looked to the trade as
If there would either be a quick truce
within 30 days, or more Intense fighting
if the truce Is not achieved within that
time. Much of the selling on Korean
news may have been accomplished las;
week, grain men felt.
Arrivals of corn were fairly large at
321 cars. The country has been offering
a little more of the grain over the past
few days, although still not enough to
cause much of a dent In the price struc
ture. The Canadian oats which arrive*
here Saturday were expected to be stored
in boats over the winter.
New York Produce
NEW YORK. Nov. 26 —Butter firm.'
Wholesale prices on bulk cartons. Cream
ery higher than S*2 score (AA■. fresh.
?6‘a cents: 92 score (Ai, fresh 75’a 90
score (Bi, fresh. 74; 89 score <C>. fresh
l -12
Cheese firm. Wholesale sales: American 1
■cheese (whole milk), Cheddars, fresh. 42'a- 1
44‘a cents; Cheddars (June 1951 i 4512
47‘a; Cheddars (cured. 1949-1950). 50-1
56; single Daisies, fresh. 44>.2-46'a; single
Daisies (June 1951). 47-49: single Daisies
(cured 1949-1950). 50-56; Young Ameri
cas. 44'2-46‘a. Young Americas (cured
1949-nO <. 50-56; flats. 45'a-48; flats
(cured 1949-50) 50-56: midgets. 45'a
48'a: midgets (cured. 1949-50): processed
■> pounds. 4: S '■ a - 4 61 v; domestic Swiss (sin
gle tubs>. grade ''A.” 50-53. grade "B,"
i 4.-51: grade "C." 42-47.
j Eggs—Easy New York spot quotations
based largely on exchange trading, follow
(Midwestern, mixed colors, fancy heaw
| weights. 674a-68: extra 1 large. 64'-ai
(extra 1 medium. 60-61; pullets 53; stand
ard large. 60-83: current receipts. 57-58;
dirties 51-53; checks. 40-45.
Whites—Fancy heavyweights. 69: extra
| l large. 66: extra 1 medium. 61-62.
(Browns fancy heavyweights. 68; extra II
| large. 65; extra 1 medium, 60-61.
Nearby—Whites, extra fancy heavy-)
weights. 69; fancy heavyweights 68. oth-i
ers. large. 66-67; mediums. 65: pullets !
55. Browns—Extra fancy heavyweights.
: 68; fancy heavyweights. 67; others, large
65-66; mediums. 63; pullets 53.
Market Averages
_ 30 15 15 60 1
STOCKS. Indust. Rails Utils StKs
; Net change_ i-.6 -.7 unc. -r .5
Noon today_ 130.6 63 6 5(U 94-9
Prev. day _ 130 0 62.9 50.1 94.4
Week ago_ 132.1 65 1 50.4 96 2
Month ago_ 132.0 64.5 40 3 95.51
Year ago_11S.0 56.3 456 85.7
11951 high_ 14 0 3 72 2 50.9 101 5
(1951 low - 119 9 58.1 46.4 88 0
20 10 10 10 10 Low
BONDS. Raiis Indst Util Pgn Yield.:
Net change -*■ .1 unc. unc. unc. unc.
Noon today 93.0 98.2 97 6 74.0 103.71
Prev day 92.9 98.2 97 6 74.0 103.7)
Week ago 93.3 98.8 98.0 74.1 104 3
Month ago 94.0 98 9 98 6 74.2 104 4
Year ago 98 0 101.6 103.6 73.2 110.2
1951 high 100.6 101.9 103.6 74.4 110.9
i 1951 low 92.9 97.7 97 6 70.5 103.6
I (Compiled by the Associated PTess.)
New York Cotton
| NEW YORK, Nov. 26 OP).—Cotton fu
tures advanced in forenoon trading, paced
I by short covering in nearby December. I
Tuesday is first notice day for that
delivery. Traders expected very few
notices to be issued. Certificated cotton
stocks have been in a declining trend
currently 6.296 bales.
Washington advices indicated that the'
pending 50 million Export-Import Bank
credit to Germany for purchase of cot
ton is now operative. Dealers estimated!
the sum will cover purchases of more!
than 200.000 bales of cotton.
Distant futures lagged in the upturn
today but were relatively inactive.
Noon pnedf. were 1 65 a bale hmher to'
IP lower than the previous close; D'ecem-1
ber. 4'.’.90: March. 42 45. and May. 42.24.
15,000 Tons of Steel
To Be Added to School
Allotment in Early '52
The Defence Production Admin
istration will allot an additional
15,000 tons of steel for school con
struction in the first three months
of 1952, it was learned today.
This steel would permit the
construction of 187 additional ele
mentary or secondary schools,
leaving between 800 and 1,000
6chool building projects delayed
because of inability to get mate
rials.
The 15.000-ton figure was ob
tained unofficially but was ex
pected to be confirmed later in
the day when Manly Fleischmann,
DPA administrator, testifies be
fore the Joint Committee on De
fense Production.
The original allotment for
schools, colleges and libraries for
the first 1952 quarter was 96,
296 tons, although the Commis
sioner of Education’s Office put
total requirements at 255,400 tons.
The allotment for the last three
months of 1952 was 104,614 tons.
Schools officials objected stren
uously to the original allotment
and asked for a supplementary al
lowance. With the additional 15,
000 tons it was said at the Office
of Education that construction of
the most urgent school projects
where there is serious overcrowd
ing should be able to go ahead.
Odd-Lot Dealings
The Securities and Exchange Commission
; reported today these transactions by cus
tomers with odd-lot dealers or specialists
on the New York Exchange for November
■ 23: 4.429 purchases involving 149.308
shares: sales involving 1 K» 704 shares in
volving 3.8*3 orders including 1.080 shares
short on 29 orders.
The report for November 24: 2 413 pur
chases involving 07.18* shares; sales in
volving 43 725 shares involving 1.557 or
ders including 730 shares sold short on
,22 orders.
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CONSECUTIVE
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share from realired security profits has beew
declared, payable December 21, 1951, t#
shareholders of record December 4, 1951.
Dividend Records
of 302 {locks
Average Yield
67%
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