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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, February 07, 1955, Image 19

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NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE
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Stock and Add Net
Dividend Rate. oil. High. Low. 1:15 cu..
A
Abbott L I.Boa 31 43’.# 43U 43U
ABC Vend .80 6 14% 14% 14%
ACF Brill 30 11% 11% 11%
ACP Indust 3« 63 53 52% 53 + %
ACF Ind Os 2% 12 60% 59% 60%+ %
Acmemn mi 10 27% 27% 27%+%
AdamsEx 3,02e 8 41% 41% 41’// %
Adams Mill 2 2 32% 32% 32%+ %
Admiral 1 20 29 28% 28%
AffilGasEa 80 23 14% 14% 14%+ %
Air Peduc 1 40 23 30% 30% 30%
Ala«ita Juneau 18 4% 4% 4%+ %
Aidena 120 12 20% 20 20
Alleghany 47 8 7% 8 + %
Alleithgnv til 4 223 222 222%—1%
Allea I Stl 2 16 41% 41% 41H- %
Allied Cbmla 18 S 9 97 99 +2%
Allied Kid I 80 10 21% 21 21%+1%
A"l»d Stores 11 15 55% 55 55
Allis Chaim 4 16 77% 76% 77%+ %
Alum Ltd 2 40 79% 79% 79%+ %
Alum Am 1.80 4 96% 96% 96%
Amerada 3 . 4 211 210 211 —1
Am As Chm lla 3 79 79 79 +1
Am Airline 00 98 23% 23% 23**- %
Am Alrl nf 3% 10 114% 114% 114%
Am Baker 2 4 34% 34% 34%+ %
Am Bosch if 114 18% 17% 18%+ %
Am Bos Ol 2% 4 68 68 68 +1
Am Brit Shoe 3 7 36% 36% 36% %
Am Brd Par I 35 26% 26% 26%
Am Cbl&R 30c 24 8% 8% 8%
Am Can I 40a 52 42% 42% 42%- %
Am Can ni I % 13 45 44% 45 + %
Am Ch&Cbl 2a 2 38% 37% 37%- Vi
AmChlcie2 , 2 a 4 66% 66% 66%+ %
Am Cvan 2 44 53% 53% 53%+ **
AmEncaus fit's 12 13% 13 13%+ %
Am Exnort 186 18% 17% 18%+ %
Ain&ForP «oa 33 13% .13% 13% %
AmGasAtEl 1.80x3 1 44 43% 43%- %
Am Haw SS 3 3 66% 66 66% Vi
Am Hide&Lea 32 4% 4% 4%- %
AmHomP2 4oa 5 70 69% 69%+ *a
Am Ice Vic 3 11% 11% 11%— Vi
Am Invest 180 2 31% 31% 31% %
Am Loco I 52 22% 22% 22%
Am M&Fdy lb 59 28% 27% 28%+ %
Am Metal V-'aC 15 58% 58 58%+ %
AmMetPrd, 1 % 10 24 23% 23%+ %
Am Motors 24 11% 11% 11%— %
Am Nat Gas 2 4 49% 49% 49% Vi
Am News 1% 3 27% 27% 27 s #— %
Am Optical 2 18 44 43% 43%+ %
AmPotashß 2b 4 72% 72 72 %
Am Rad 1 28a 49 24% 23% 24 + %
Am Saf Raz % 11 8% 8% 8%
Am Seatinc la :10 34 33% 33%
Am Smelt 2 36 46% 45% 45%+ %
Am St Priy Vie 15 31% 31% 31%+ %
AmßumTob Via 2 19% 19% 19%
Am Tel&Tel « 112 177% 176% 177 + %
Am Tob 3.40a xSB 66% 65% 66 %
Am Viscose 2 53 43% 43% 43% %
Am Wat Wit Vie 4 10% 10% 10%— %
AmWaW Df 1% 4 27% 27% 27%- %
Am Woolen 11 25% 25% 25%+ %
Am Zinc 1 27 22% 22 22 - %
Anac Conner 3 17 54% 53% 54 + %
AnchHG 1 80a 8 37% 36% 37%+ %
Ander Clayt 2 4 41 41 41 %
And Prl 0 1.00 18 54 52% 53 -1
Andes Cop le 2 13% 13% 13%-%
Archet Dan 2 1 42% 42% 42%+ %
Argo Oil 1 4 28% 27% 28%+ %
ArmcoStl 90s 22 78 77% 77%+ %
Armour 60 15% 15% 15%
Armst Ck 80c 4 89% 69% 89%- %
ArtJoom 5 7% 7% 7%
AshlandO .ISc 207 13% 12% 13%+ %
AshlOUpflV# 7 27% 27% 27%+ %
AssriDryC. 1.00 3 28% 28% 28%
Assoc Invest 2 5 54 53% 53% %
Atchison 5a 8 130% 130 130%+ %
Atl Refln 2 25 39% 38% 39%+ %
Atlas CD 2 20 41% 41 Vi 41%+ %
Atlas Pdr Vic 7 54% 53% 54%+l
Autom Cant I 6 20% 20% 20%+ %
Auto Cant rts 134 % %—%•
Avco MIC IOC 222 6% 6% 6%
B
Babbitt 20a 3 7% 7% 7%
BabcockW 2b 14 73% 72% 73%+ %
Bald Lima bo 96 14% 14% 14%
Bait & Ohio le 24 38 37% 38 +%
Banc A Aroost 5 34 33% 3.4 + %
Barker Br 1 14 16% 16% 16%+ %
BathlrWk2 60 25 47 45% 45% —1%
BayukCl* 80 116 16% 15% 16 + %
BeaunitM 1.20 13 25% 25% 25%+ Vi
Beech Air aoc 25 29% 29% 29%
Beech Nut J .20 6 30% 30 30 + %
Bold Hem ,70 7 16% 16% 16% %
Bel! Aire Vih 391 36 34 35%+2
Bell&Howell 1 4 34 33% 33 % %
BendixAvti Da 10 111% 111% 111%+1%
Benel Loan 13 21% 21 21%+ %
Benauet Min - 97 1% 1% 1%
Beth Stl 2 V.C- 45 116% 114% 114%- %
Bicelow San . 6 14 13% 31%- %
BlaKnox 1.20 bl 3 27% 27% 27%
Bliss EWI 80 27 30 29% 30 + %
Blocks Ch 140 5 35% 35% 35%- %
Boeing Air 2a 136 80% 79 80 +l%
Bohn Alum * 21% 21% 21%
Bond Sirs 1 9 16% 16% 16%
Book Mon ,20c 3 9% 9% 9%+ %
Borden 60c . 8 64% 64% 64%
BorcWar 1.70- 10 37% 37 37 %
Boston Ed 2.80 6 56 56 56 + %
Bowerßßear 2 12 34% 34 34
BramftAlr Vie 8 15% 15% 15%+ %
Bridgpt Br 2% 12 43 42% 43 +%
BrlccsASt la 2 65 64% 64%+ % ;
BriStoiMy.Hoc 22 30% 29% 30%- %
BklyUGas 1.80 8 35 34% 34%+ % 1
Brown &Be 1 2 14% 14% 14%+ % I
Bruns Balke-.. 47 24% 23% 23%+%
Buc.v Erie 2e 29 39% 38% 38%+ % I
Budd Co 1.20 148 18% 18% 18%+ %
Builard 4r 17 42% 42 42%+ % j
Burl Ind .80 146 19% 19% 19%+ Vi I
Bush Term 20c 33 26% 26% 26%+ % I
Butler Bl till 45 26% 25% 26%+ %[
Butte Conner.. 5 9% 9% 9% %
Bvers 31 34?* 31% 32%-l% I
c
Callahan Zinc 34 3% 3 3%+ %
Calura&H .60 86 12 11% 11%+ %
Camp Soup %C 26 39% 39% 39% %
Can Dry 80a 37 14% 14% 14%+ % j
Cdn Brew 1 V«. 8 27% 27% 27% % !
Candn Pac 3 ic 57 30 29% 29%
CaoitalAril 7-. 111 26 25% 25%+ % J
Carborun 1.40 47 34% 33% 34 —l% j
Caro PAL 1.10 4 24% 24% 24%
Carrier Cn 2a 13 60% 59% 60%+ %
Case J I 34 17% 17% 17%
Celanese Vie . 28 24% 23% 24 - %
Cent Ga Rwy 8 43% 43 43 —1
Cen Hud G .78 7 15% 15% 15%+ 1/4
Cenlll PS 1.20 5 24% 24 24 -Vi i
Ccn&SW 1.32 6 33% 33% 33%+ % '
Centuryßib .30 4 12% 12% 12%+ %
Cer dcPas I Vir 7 43% 43% 43%
Cert-teed la 22 26% 26V* 26V*- % I
ChanceAlr 80e 139 48% <7% 48 +l%
Checker Cab 9 7% 7% 7%+ %
Ches AOh 3 31 46% 46 46%+ %
Chi. ago CD .80 21 23 22% 23
ChllnALA 1 V.k 10 18% 18% 18%+ Vi
Chi Ind ALB 31 15% 15 151/4+ %
Chi MSPAP le 75 21% 20% 21 + %
CMSPAP Df S 11 53% 52% 53 + %
Chi AN W Dl_ 13 33% 32% 32%- %
Childs 4 3% 3% 3% %
Chrysler 4'ie 96 69% 68% 69 + %
CinGasAEllb 8 24 23% 23%-%
Cin Mil M3a 5 67% 66% 67%- %
CIT Financ 2a 18 49 48% 48%- %
Cities Serv 4a 15 127% 127% 127%+ %
Cities Svc wl 34 51% 51 51%+ %
Citylnvest.2oc 7 17 16% 16?*- %
City Prod VVi. 6 37% 37 37%+ %
Clark EUUiD 3 3 59% 59 59%+l
Clev El HI 2.60 4 68 67% 67%
Clevite la 4 24 24 24 + %
Climax MO 3 15 65 64% 64%+1%
Clint Fds 1.80 26 43% 43 43%+ %
Clonay 73% 3% 3%+ %
CluettP2Vie 11 43% 43% 431%+ %
Coca-Cola 4n 13 117% 116% 117%
ColcatePal 2Vi 8 60% 60% 601.
Colo FAIr 368 64 24 23% 23%
Col Brd A >ic 7 87% 86% 86%-l%
ColumGas 20g 73 16% 16% 16%
Colum Pic Vad 16 37 37 37
Col Carb 2 4 48% 48% 48%+ %
CoIASOE 160 10 29% 29% 29%
Comb Enc 3 11 62% 62 62%+ %
Coml Solv 1 64 25% 25% 25%
Comw'Ed 180 b 26 41% 41 41%+ %
Cone Mills ,20c 13 23% 22% 23 - %
ConClcarl 20b 4 28 27% 27%
Cons Con »fte 39 14% 14% 14%+ %
Cons Edls 2.40 40 47% 47% 47%+ 5/,
Conti Electron 76 35% 34% 35 + 34
Con Foods I 11 17% 17% 17%+ %
Consl.aundla 7 22% 21-e 21%+ %
Cons N Gas 1% 10 35 34% 35. +1
Cons Text 4 10% 10% 10V4- %
con# Pwr 2.20 11 48% 48% 48%
Container 3 4 67 66% 66% % ;
Colli Bak 1.80 14 31% 31 31%+%:
Cont Can 3 12 78% 77% 77% !
ContConASOil 51 12 11% 11%+ %
Cont Dla F .80 16 17% 17 17%
Cont Ins ;i 3 101 100% 101 +l%
Cont Mot SO 328 14% 13% 14Vi+ %
Cont 011 2.80 25 77% 76% 77%+ %
Cooper Bess 8 21% 20% 21%+ %
Conner Rue 8( 4 59% 59% 59%+ %
CODW- Stl ling 3 23Vi 23% 23C5+ %
Cornlnc Gin 5 60% 60% 60’ i— %
Cor den Per lb 4 26% 26% 26%- % ;
Coty Inc Vie 2 5% '5% 5%+ % \
Cotylnti.lOe 3 2% 2% 2%
Crane Co 2 12 46% 46 46 %
Crown Ck 45e 3 14% 14% 14% % !
Crcwn Zeller 2 4 60% 60% 60#/#+ %
Cruc Steel 2V»I 6 34% 34 34
Cudahy t ack 12 7% 7% 7%+ %
Cudahv Pk nf 2 59% 59% 59Vi+ %
Cuneo Press 3 8% 8% B% % ;
CurttsPub -lOe 12 8% 8% 8%
Curtiss Wr la 604 23 2214 22%+1%
Curtiss Wr A 2 24 35% 34% 35%+ % '
D
Davstrom la 20 28 27% 27%+ %
Davton PAL 2 16 43 43 43 + %
Dayton Rub 1 16 19% 19 19 - %
Decca Rec 70 23 15% 15 15 :
Deep Rock 011 4 47% 47% 47%- %
Deere "'.g 43 35% 3«# 35
Del A Hud 4 a 5 55% 55 55%+ %
De LAW %e 10 20 19% 20 + %
DenARGW ft 4113 112 112%+ %
Det Bills 180 23 34% 34% 34%+ %
Del Sleel Corn 14 13% 13% 13’*- %
Devoc AR A 2 25 41% 41 41%+ %
DlamT Motor 9 14% 14% 14%- %
Diana Str bn 12 12% 12% 12%
DistenS 1,20a 14 32 31% 32 +%
Dobeckmn 140 5 33% 33 33
Dome Min 70 14 17V# 16% 17 - %
Doug Alrc 3a 27 135 132 134%+2%
Douglas Air wl 14 91 89 91 +2
Dow Chem 1 62 48% 48% 48%
Dresslnd 1 80e 45 41% 40% 40%+ 14
Drewrys 1.60 5 22% 22 22%+ %
Du Pont sVie 51 170% 167% 170 +2
Duo Light 1 80 24 35 34% 34%
OWO Clear.Bo 12 15% 15 15%+ %-
E
EaelePichl’j 29 34% 33% 34%+1%
EastAtrLlne 1 24 40% 39% 40
East. CD 1 3 22% 22 22 - Vi
East 8 Stl lb 36 26% 25% 26 + %
AP Market Averages
:to 15 Ift 60
STOCKS - indust Ralls Utils Stks
Net change.- -*-.5 +.3 unc. 4-. S
• Noon today ”1 <.9 130.3 HP.4 157.4
i Prev. day 217.4 120.1 HP.4 157.2
! Week ago 216.2 121.3 68.5 156.6 i
i Month aeo __ 200.0 122.6 68.3 154.5
, Y*«r 151.0 85.3 57.3 114.5
, 1P54-55 high 217.4 123.0 60.4 157.2
| 1054-55 low 143.9 77.8 55.4 108.0
20 10 !U 10 10 Low
BONDS Rails indst Utils Prgn Yld
1 Net change unc. unc. unc. unc. unc.
Noon today Oft. 3OH O 08.7 84.5 105.1
, Prev. day 00.3 08.9 98.7 84.5 105 1
Week ago 09.2 09.4 08.7 84.6 J 05.1
, ! **onth 850 09. H 09.6 00.8 B+.H 10H 1
Year ago PH.3 00.3 00.3 81.6 105.6
54-55 hlsh 100.0 100.4 100.9 85.1 107 1
'54-55 low 04.2 07 4 96 H 80.6 103 2
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Sales
i Stock and Add Net
Dividend Rate, oo 4Lch. Low 1:15. chc.
EsstKedakTOd 14 69% 69% 69%- %
-3u.n\ff*2a t 6 46% 47% 47%- %
Edi* BrSt 1 40 4 25% 24% 24%- %
, Ekco Prod 2 11 42% 42 42%+ %
<?)*«■ St on N1 a 16 21% 21% 21%
, El Auto Lieht 16 38% 373/4 37%-%
, Pl*Mulnd.o7« 159 4% 4% 4%- %
Eiecßtorßat 2e 10 29 28% 29 4* %
Elliott 1 60 10 27% 27 27 + V®
EiPasNOlHOa 16 42% 42% 42%
FmerF’M 140 70 20% 20% 20%- %

, EmDireEl 1.40 6 26% 26% 26%
> t ? nd John iho 2 30% 30% 30%
i Ea ii it aas 1 40 x 2 27% 27% 28%+ %
, RR *4 11 22% 22 22
, Evans Pd %g 4 28% 28 28
, Eversharp 1 6 14% 14%. 14%+ %
, Ex-Cel!-O :2a 6 96% 96 96%+ %
r
, Fairb Mor 7n* 1 25 25 25 + %
, Fa ire Eng Boe 98 21 20% 20%+ %
, Fa’Staff Bi I 1 15% 15% 15%- %
, 7 amoy * <4O 3 25 24% 25 + %
Fan r teel ft r 46 28% 28% 28%+l
, FeddOuig 4 11% 113,4 H%
; Fed Mogul «• 1 34% 34% 34%+ %
i Fed *>ac E) HO 12 15% 15% 15%
, FeriPaßd 1 80 6 37% 37 37 - %
, pr* «ei nst *»ft 7 58% 58 58%+%
, Felt&Tarr 45e 3 9% 9% 9%+ %
, Ferro Corp 40g 8 35% 34% 3'»
i Filtrol 30g 9 37 36»/b 37 + %
, Firestone n 3 0 623,4 62 62 %
.-•Mrs: N Str «a 5 57% 57 57%+ %
Firth Cot 40 3 9% 9% 9%
, Flintkcte 2.40 13 44 43% 43%
, Fla P&L 180 2 61% 61% 61%- %
o, ood Fair 80h 4 48% 48 48 - %
, M«rh 2 12
, FosWheel 1.60 4 35% 35% 35%+ %
, 1 934 9% 9%- %
, Frank Air .80 5 12% 12 12
, Freeot Sul 2% 2 77% 77% 77%+ %
, Frueh Trail 2b 19 37-a 37% 37»'e+ %
G
, Gabriel 11 6% 6% 6%
, Oair Robt 1 % 17 30»4 29% 30 + %
Gamble 8k HO 14 9% 9% 9%
, Gar Wood 2 7% 7%
, Ga»d Den 2 2 37% 37% 37%+ %
, Garrett 1 HO 3 42 42 42
Gaylord 1.80 2 333,4 33% 33%- %
Gen Ami 2 27e 10 2734 27% 27V.- %
, GenAmTr 2 V*a 4 58% 58 58%+ %
Gen Bak HO 7 11 10% 10%
, Gen Bronx IMr a 8 30% 30% 30%+ %
, Gen Cable 56g 74 19% 19% 19%+ %
Gen Cab *2 of 2 11 49% 46% 49 +1
1 GenContr .80a 11 19% 19% 19%+ %
GenDynm4.4o 32 100% 99% 100 + %
1 Gen Elec 40g 41 50% 50% 50%+ %
, Oep Finan .70 2 14 14 14 - %
Gen Foods 3 8 76 75% 76 + %
, Gen Fds of 8% 1 95 95 95 + %
Gen Instru %r 8 10*4 10% 10%
Gan Mills 2% 5 70*4 70% 70%+1%
Gen Motors 5e 80 102 101% 101*4+ %
Gen Port Cwi 5 4434 44% 44%+ %
OenPreE I.POe 4 57*4 57% 57%
OenPubSv 35e 11 4% 4% 4%- %
OenPubU lV>a 8 34*4 34% 34%
Gen Realty .60 8 16% 16% 16%- %
Genßefrcl 6<>a 2 28% 28% 28*4- %
j Gen Tel IHO 14 39*4 38% 38%+ %
Gen Time 2b 1 35% 35% 35% - %
Oen T*Rub 2 8 51% 51*4 51%+ %
Ga Pac Ply 1 12 26% 26 26
Gillette 3 17 72% 72 72*4+ %
Gimhel 1 26 22H 22% 22%+ %
Glidden 2 12 41*4 40% 41 + %
Ooebel Brw .00 11 B*4 B*4 8%
Good all San 1 17% 17% 17%- %
: i Goodrich 18 63*4 62*4 63*4- %
1 Goodyear Vah 11 57% 57*4 57%- %
GraceCo i Htia 21 47 46*4 47
j Graham Paige 592 2% 2% 2%+ %
| Granby Mi %e 3 13% 13V. 13%+ %
I C Steel 15 2434 24% 24%+ %
! Grant I>4 5 38 37*4 38 + %
i Grays Robin 5 9% 9% 9%+ %
iGtN Ir Ore 2e 12 27% 27% 27%
jOtNo Ry 2.20 32 39% 39% 39*4+ %
Green HL 2a 8 33% 3234 33 - %
! Greyhound I 49 15 14% 14%
I Grum Alrc 2a 77 44% 4334 44*4- %
Gulf MAOb 2 17 37% 37% 37%+ %
Gulf 011 2b 164 66 65 65%+ %
H
Hall Print 1.40 7 20% 20% 20%+ %
Halliburton 2 7 54% 54% 54%+ %
| HamilWa 1.20. 2 25 25 25
! Hammer Pap 17 25% 25% 25%+ %
| Harr>bßt 1 >4b 11 29% 29% 29*4+ %
: Hat CP *4e 3 734 7% 734- %
• Hayes Ind 1.20 3 16% 16% 16%+%
HayeMfg.lftg 84 B*4 7% B*4+ *4
j Haz Atl G 1.20 6 22% 22% 22%- %
I Hecht Co .35k 1 28*4 28*4 28% - %
I Heinz 1 ftn 6 41% 41 41*4+ %
i Helme 1 HO 4 23% 23% 23%
; Hercul Mot .80 4 19*4 19% 19%- %
j Here Pdr 3e 7 103 102% 103 +l%
Hertz Cn 1 9 42% 42% 42%- % I
! Hew Robins 2 4 3434 34 34%+ %
Heyden Cn »+ 3 17*4 17% 17*4+ %
I Hilton Hotel 2 6 39 38% 39 + *4 1
Hoff Electronic 2 26% 26% 26%- %
; Holland Fur 1 10 16% 16 16 + %
| Homestk 1 «0a 6 43% 43% 43*4- %
Hooker El 80 35 31% 31 31*4+ *4
1 Houd Hershey 8 14 13% 13%
' HsehdFinl .20b 19 29*4 29*4 29*4- %
! HouaL&Pl 20b 8 44% 43% 44*4+ %
.Houston 011 2a 37 99% 98 99%-7%
Howe Sound 40 37 18% 18 18*4+ %
’lud Bay M 4 5 61*4 60% 61%+%
! Hupp Cp .05e 258 6*4 6 6
HuSsßfg 1 20a 1 20 20 20 + %
I
Idaho Pw 2.20 2 '55 54% 55 + %
I 111 Cent 2*4 14 64% 63% 64
1 111 Power 220 24 48% 48% 46%- %
; 111 Term RR 4 14% 14% 14%
Indust Ray 3 12 54% 53% 54*4+ %
Ing Rand >ig 2 52% 52 52
Inland Stl 3a 10 73 72% 72%- %
Inspira Cod 3e 18 48% 48% 48*4+ %
Interchm .55g 5 40*4 40*4 40%
Interlake l»/ a e 26 21% 21% 21%+%
Int Bus M4b 2 372 372 372 -1
Int Harv 2 51 36*4 36 36 - %
IntMAChI.HO 21 38 37% 38 + %
Int Mining .20e 6 3% 3% 3%
Int Nick 2a 22 62% 62 62 - %
Int Pack OOe 15 15% 15% 15%+ %
Int Paper 3b 42 94*4 90*4 92*4+1%
Int Ry Cen Am 3 10% 10% 10*4— *4
Int Shoe 2.40 2 44% 44% 44%+ >4
, Int Silver 4 2 65*4 65 65*4
, Int TelATel 1 106 25% 24% 24%- %
Interst Pw .70 10 13% 13% 13%
IowaIUGEI.BO 3 31% 31% 31%
J-K
Jacobs 3 8% 8% B*4- %
Jaeger Mch 2 3 29% 28% 29 - *4
Jeff Lak S1 HO 1 37% 37% 37*4+ %
Jewel Teal .80a 1 49*4 49*4 49*4+ *4
Johns Man 3a 10 86% 86% 86%
Jones AL 2 35 35% 3534 35*4- %
Joy Mfg 2*a 13 45% 44% 45*4+%
Kaiser A 1.30 15 62% 61% 62%+ 34
Kaiser Df 2% 13 87% 86% 67 + %
Kalam Stove 5 2% 2% 2%
KanCPAI 180 4 41% 4134 41%+ %
Kayser J' *c 4 19% 19*4 19*4+ *4 !
Kelsey Hayes 2 17 32V. 32% 32*4+ *4 |
Kennecott He 40 11234 111% 111%+ % |
Kern C?d 2a 81 53*4 52% 53*4+1*4
Keystone 2 6, 38 37% 37*4+ %
KlmbClark I*4 9 4034 4034 4034+1
K« npr-is 2 a 50 47% 47*4 47*4-%
KresgrSS 40g 10 31% 31% 31%
Kroger I.Boa 3 48 47% 48 f %
L
LaclpdeOas 60 11 13*h 13*-# 13*#- V#
Lambert IVi 37 34 33V# 34 +1
i Lane Wells 1.60 16 31*4 31*4 31*4+ *4
; Lee RuhAT Via 5 68 67*4 68 - H
! Lees A Cons 3 5 30*i 30* 30V.+ V#
Lehiah CAN 14 12V4 12*# 12?#+ V#
! Leh Va! coal 8 I*# I*4 I*#
LehValC2Df 2 3*4 3*4 3*4
Lehman Ifta 8 47V# 46*4 47
Lehn A F boa 5 20 19*# 197#
Lerner 81 1 30 8 217# 21*# 21*#- V 4
TOP Glass*#* 7 70*4 70V4 70*4- V#
LIbMeNAL .60 S 3 15># 15 15V4+ V#
! Llan AMy 4a x2B 64V# 63V# 64 - V#
j Llnkßelt 3.40a 5 53V# 53*4 53V4- V*
! Lion Oil 3 15 47V# 47 47V4+ V#
! Lionel CD -SOa 6 20 20 20 -l#
I Liou’dCar 1 40 17 267# 26 267#+ V#
Lockheed 3 40: 141 64*4 61V# 61*4-7#
Loewi's line 139 20*4 19*4 19*4+ *4
LoneSIC 1 60a 16 61 59*4 59*4-I*4
LoneSGas 1 40 35 28*4 277, 281#+ *4
LoneHellA ..'lßk 3 30»« 30#/# 30*»+ *4
Lone LSI Lt 1 18 22 217# 22 + *4
I-orl'larri 100 15 25*4 25'# 25>4+ V 4
LouANashl'ic 5 84*4 83*4 83*4- *4
Lowestetn 1.10 * 25V-# 25V4 25*4
Lukens Stl la 9 44 43 44 - *4
M
MacAnAFl'ic 1 49*4 49*4 49V#- *4
Mack Truck 16 23 227# 227#- V#
, Macy 1.60 5 29'# 29 29 + V«
Mach Chef 11 10*# 10*4 10*#+ **
i Magma C .7*41 16 70*4 70*. 701#+ i/.
Macnavox l’a 16 30»,4 30 1 # 30 1 *#
Manat) Suaar 8 6*4 6 6*4+ *4
Mendel Bros 5 674 6*4 674+ *4
Marar 011 110 18 10’4 10*4 107#+ *#
Marathon 1 30 22 2874 28*4 28*4- >4
Marine Mid 80 23 18*4 18 18 + >4 :
Mar Mid pf 3 7 5774 577# 5774- *# |
Marsh Field 3 27 3414 34 34+14
Martin OLlr 117 437# 43 43*4+ *4
Masonite 1 11 29*4 29*4 29*4+ >4
MavDStr 1.80 18 36 35*4 36 + *4
McCall 130 6 22 2174 22 + >4
MrCord 3 8 26*4 257# 26*4+ 74
McCrory 8t 1 a 7 15*4 15*4 15*4
McGrawr Elec 3 SSV4 55 55
McGraH 3.40a 3 60 60 60
Mclntyre 2a • 74*4 73 73*4 *4
McKessAß 2V4 2 41V* 41*4 41V4- >4
' Mcrcant St la 56 22*4 22*4 22*4+ *4
McrckACo 80 30 23*4 23*4 23*4
MercenLlno-la 3 47## 47 4774+1*#!
McrrChanAS 3148 26*4 26*4 26*4+ *4
Mra'aMch'-",* 6 41*4 41*4 41**+ *#
MlamlCoD'."#e 16 39’# 39*# 39**+ *4
> Mid Cont Pet 4 23 106*. 105*# 105*4- *4
I Sales —
Stock and Add Net :
I Dividend Rate. «KJ. High. Low. 1:16. che.
! Mid BUt: V# 16 33*4 3274 33 +*4
i Mldw Oil 1.40 6 2674 26’4 2674- >4
: MtuHony 2.40a 11104 103V4 104 + H
1 Minn Mcllne 28 17*4 17*4 17*4+ *4
: MinASt L 1.40 4 2674 26*4 26*4- >4
i Minn MM I.do 7 88*4 88*4 88*4+ 74
MinAOnP 2.40 13 56*4 55*4 56*4+ *4:
i MLOnP.IL 30 1 23*4 23*4 23*4- >4 I
Missioned :u#l 81 40*. 39*4 40*4+2*4
Mission Dev . 16 2274 22*4 22*4
! Missßivr *4O 23 57 54V. 57 +3*4
!Mo Kan lex 63 13*4 127* 13*4+*#
MoKaT Df2'#k 21 89*a 88’* 89 + *4
: ‘Mo rucilic ot 7 7a 77*4 77*4+ *4 i
Mohawk CDt 1 2 24 24 24 - *4 ;
! M L:arch 1 20a 4 24 23*4 23*4
I Monsanto 2*4 24 107 106 V. 106*#- *#
MontDaklltil 1 17 30*4 297# 30*4+ *4
i Mont b*w Ido 3 38*4 38 38 *4 j
Mont.ievOKO 5 36*4 35*4 35*4- *4
Mont Ward 3a 68 817# 80*4 80*4-I*4
! M ill-Me* I 13 -21*# 21 21V* •
Morrell V# 14 19-/. 19'* 19*4- *4
! Motoi Product 11 22 21*4 22 + *4 ■
Mot Wheel 2 6 30*4 30*4 30*4- *4 '
Motorola I*4 2 4Uv# 48*4 48-4 *4
>: Mueller I.'loa 5 3b 35*4 3b-u+ *4 i
I Mullins t oo 24 24*4 24*. 24’.+ *#
I Muusweart.2o 1 19*4 19*4 19»- *4
! Murray CD 2 1 #3 33 3#
N
, NalAl: line HO 9 23V* 23%+%
1 Nat Auto FI x 3 17% 17 17 •+■ %
i Nat Avia H. 15e 13 43% 43% %
i Nai t»ibcuit 2 H <#3-/* 43% -y.
Nai Can V 16% 16 /. 16%
; NaiCashßeg H 13 100 1(J7% 100
i NatCityL 1.60 5 24 23% 23%- %
Nat Con! HO 6 lb% 14% 13
Nat Dairy 1.60 38 3S#% 38% 39
Nit, M.a.11l » 4tt 22% 22 22%+ %
• Natu>psum *Jb 20 49V. 48% 49 + %
NaiLead 2 lOe 46 60% 60% 60%+ %
Nat Mall 8 23 24% 25 - %
Nat Steel 3 53 62% 62% 62*4+ %
I NatbUDplyJ'/aa 9 41% 41% 41%+ %
i Natleai.HOb 9 40% 40%
i Natilheaiei -2 38 9% 9% v^a
NatVul Fib HO 10 12 11% 11%- %
rfatomas .30g 2 7% 7% 7%+ %
t NehlCP <0 10 14 13% 14 + %
New Ena El .90 12 17 16*» 167#
i Newmont M *Ja o 77% 77 77 —% j
i Newpt ind %e 4 17% 17% 17%+ %
i Newpt NSh ~’a 23 61 39% 39%+ % I
N t Ai’ dr 1 HU 12 24>/a 24% 24V.d- %1
N YCentral %g 71 34 33% 33%- %
* 9 31% 30% 30-4
i NYNH&H 1 3t% 30-/* 30%- % j
NY Nh&H pi 5 4 62 61% 62 + % .
NY Shipbd %g 98 23% 23% 23%+%!
NY Sta E<YG 2 6 41% 40% 41%+ % |
i Nia MFw i HO 33 31% 31% 31%+ % ;
Noucoi.*JOa 8 31% 31% 31*/«- %
i Noi; A West ,ax 26 32*/. 31% 32 + %
No Am Avia 3a 94 61% 39% 60%+ %
j Noeast C Jug 10 13% 13% 15% % ,
Nui Nat Gas 2 a 41% 41% 41%+ */« i
I Nor Pacific 3 51 69% 68% 68%- % !
! Noi Sta Pw .80 17 16% 16% 16%
i Northrop Air 76 38*% 3b*/a 38%+ % j
Noi tnw Airline 42 19% ld% 19 + %!
NwstA pf 1.16 9 28% 27V« 28%+ %
! Norwich JOg 14 34% 33% 34%+1%
:| o
j Ohio Edls 1i.20 5 .7% 47*4 47**- *i I
t I Ohio Oil 3 25 73*4 72*4 73 + *i
llOklaOAEl.no 4 32 317# 317*- *# !
: OklaNOasl.liO 13 22*4 22*# 22*# >
0.-IL iwa.lL Lb 18 b4v# b4*a 54*#- */.
i ; Oliver CD OU 28 16 157# 16 -*4 I
l Oils Kiev '-> V.a 5 63*4 62*4 63*4- */#
: Outbrd M V.C. 11 357# 33'/# 35*4+ *#
i Owens Cn* 1 8 71 70% 71
i ! Owens 111 Ol 4 4 106% 108 108%+1%
P
Pabco Pd tie 86 26 25 2574+1
| Pac tin -i 15 40 40 40 +Vi i
Pac QAE 11.29 19 457# 454# 45*4- *4
i Pae Llvnt 2 4 39*4 38*4 39*4+ **
Pac Mills <#g . 6 40 40 40 +*# i
Pac Tin '/ie 17 10V* 10 10
Pac W Oil I a.I 10 437# 43*4 43*4+ *4 I
Pac WO ni 40 4 y 9 9
PanAmAlr bO 44 19 18*4 18*4- *4 !
Panh EPL'iti 19 76*4 76*,. 76**+**
! Par.n oil 3Ua 32 107* 104# 10*4+ **
1 Param Plct 2 9 38*4 304# 38*4+ *4
1 Park Dav 140 16 35** 35** ’ 35**+ *#
Patino MI 2 s** 5*4 s>*+ **
Peabody cod 101 67# 6*4 67#+ V*
j PeabCoal pi.. 47 17*4 17*4 17*4
1 Penn Dlx 2a 14 70 77*4 78 -1
: - Penn 'lexai lb 51 2044 20*/. 20**
1 PenneyJC2.«"a 22 85*4 85*4 85*/.- *4
I PaPwALt2.4U 12 48 47** 47*4+ *4
I Penn RR 1 .. 198 2444 24** 24*4+ V.
Pa tall 1 Site 7 49 48** 49 +1
Pens'Cola Mile 66 20V* 19’* 20 + >*
PetrolCp 1.5.1e 4 287# 284* 28*4+ V*
Pfeiller Brew. 2 10 10 10 - V#
I P'lter la 10 38*4 30'* 38V#
: PhelosD 2.60a 30 55V* 54’* 55 + V 4
Phil ARC A 1 38 14 13*4 13*4- V 4
Phllcoi eo 17 38 37 37 - **
> Ph'l iiM./irls 3 42 40** 3974 40
: Phillips Pet 3 20 76*4 76 761#
I Pit CoaeAt I 4 24V* 24*# 24*#- >*
Pit PI Ol 2V.#_ 21 66** 657# 6674+1
1 Pit BcrAß «0 21 B‘* 8 B>*
Pitt Steel __ 24 26*4 26V4 26V4+ V#
Pit AWVa 2 7 27** 27V* 27‘*
Plymoil 1 dOb. 13 32>A 31>* 32 + **
Potom El PW 1 6 2074 204# 2074
ProctAGam 3. 4 93 92V* 93
Pub S Col 1 .HO 3 39** 39 39**+ *4
PueSEAO 1.60 28 30*4 30V# 30?#+ >/.
PBEAG Df 1.40 3 31** 30*4 30*4- 44
Pub Svc Ind 2. 8 39’# 397# 397#
Publicker V.f 13 114# 11** 114#
PuaSPAL 1.04 11 35 34** 35
Pullman 3a 6 70** 70 70**- 4#
Pure OH "a 62 76V* 741* 76 +l4#
Q-R
Ou«- KOatsl 40 12 31% 31% 31%- %
Radio Cd la 68 41% 41 41%+%
i Radio p? ;t»/ a 7 62% 82 82 -%[
Raybest 1 Y*g 2 47 47 47 - %
Rayonier *’.4o 18 63% 63% 63%
I Raytheon 1 *«f 48 20% 20% 20%+%j
' Reading Co 2 3 35 34% 34% 1
| Kem »iand 1 44 41% 40% 40% %
Reo Hold >*e 29 28% 28* 4 28%+ %
Repub Avia 2x 67 44% 43% 43%+ % 1
; rteouo • jciure 29 7>/4 7% 7%- %
Repub Stl 4V a 64 84% 83% 83%+ %
Revere Cl a 4g x 5 69 68% 69%
Rexsl’ Drug % 53 8% 8% 8%
Reyn Met la _ 20 124 116 124 +8
Rey iouß 240 39 42% 42% 42%-%
: RheemMlg*-’ 40x19 38% 38 38%+ %
i Richfield O3a 4 72 71% 72 +1
Ritter CO 3 _. 7 27% 27% 27%
RKO Picture* 6 7% 7% 7%- %
RKOThea .20t 31 9% 9% 9'/*- %
HoanAnt l.:’*2e 20 13% 13% 13%+ %
Robbins Millls 11 13 ik% 13 + %
: Robbins Mol 1 37 37 37 + **
Hub Pulton IVi 26 32 31V* 31*4+ V*
Rock SoAAx 3 18 277# 27*# 27**+ >*
Rohr Alrc 1 22 33*# 33 33 + V#
Ronson HOe 18 107# 10*4 10’*+ *4
Roy Dutch ,79c 43 72*4 72V4 72*#+ **
RoyalMcß ,30a 12 20*/. 20 20V#+ V#
s
SalewayS 2.40 15 48% 48 48%-l
St Jos Lead 2 60 47 45% 46%+ %
St L San F %g. 76 26% 25% 26
StLSan Fps 6 9 78% 78% 78%
; StßegPap 1.80 48 38% 37% 37%+ %
SanDieGAE.BO 14 18% 18% 18%
Savage Arms 1 12 14% 13% 14%+ %
Schenley Ind 1 38 25% 25% 25%+ %
Schering % 26 24% 24»/i* 24%+ %
Scott Pap 180 24 60% 59% 60%+ %
8covl!l Mfg 2 9 34% 34% 34%+ %
Seab AL RR 4 8 76 75% 76 + %
Scab Fin 1.80 11 31% 31% 31%+%
Sear‘Foe2 40a 37 80% 79% 80%+ %
Seegerßef 2.80 25 48 46% 47%+1%
Seiber Rubber 11 9% 9% 9%
8crV»»l 31 7% 7% 7%
I Sham O&G 2 42% 42*/® 42%
Sharon St 2 Vie 13 35% 35% 35%-%
Shell Oil 2 11 60% 60% 60%+ %
Sheller Mfg 1 «-i 6 22% 22% 22%
1 Sheraton 40b 11 16% 16% 16%+ %
! SinclairO 2.H0 76 53% 53% 53%- % •
! Skelly Oil 1.80 5 52% 52% 52%-%;
! Smith AO 2 7 38% 39% 38%+ %
! Smith Alex 6 13% 13% 13%- %
| SmithCor HO 3 24% 24% 24%- %
Sorony Vac 2a 59 54% 54% 5434+ %
' Bolar Aircft la 14 27% 27% 27%
SoAmGAP 40 15 9% 9% 9%+ %
BoCarEAG .©(> 9 IS*'® 18% 18%+ %
Sou P R Buc2b 5
8o j al Ed is 2 5 46% 46% 46%+ %
SouthernCo.OO 9 19 18% 18%— %
So N Gas IHU 15 33% 33% 33%- %
Sou Pacific U 34 55% 543* 54%
South Rail ;ta 5 76% 76 76 - %
Bou Ry Df 2*/a 3 50% 50 50%
SoweMPS 1 32 5 27% 27% 27%+ %
Sparks With 3 6 5% 5%
BnenChem2 40 6 59% 59 59 %
SpenKell 1 20a 18 20 19H 19%- %
Sperry %h 14 50% 50 50 +1
Soipgfl 100 12 11% 12
SnuareDeal 2 a 4
Std Brands 2a 6 39*4 39% 39’4+ %
StdC il Prod 1 6 17% 17% 17%
StUGAE 8 16% 16% 16% %
Std Oil Cal 3b xls 813/« 81% 81%+ %
Std O Ind 1 40 xl9 473/, 47% 473%+%
3tdOilNJ 1 Y®R 29 ll« 7 /b X 16% 1163/®+ % j
Std OOh2 40 20 45% 44*4 45 + % ’
Std Ry F.o 1 ft* 18 12*/. 11’* 11*4 -t*
Stan Warn '.c 96 20>* 20*. 20'*+ >/.
Staud Ch I .111 2 38** 38V* 38**- **
! ster! Drue -a 6 46*/a 46 46 i
j Stevens J P *.« 29 28'/. 28V* 28'*
Stew War IHO « 24*# 24', 24Vw- *# '
StIxBAFI.SII 4 20 19*# 19*#- V# I
Stoke V C V.C 2 18 18 18
Stone A '.V 9 29V* 29*# 29**- V# 1
S'romCar 160 7 49 49 49 +*4
Stude Pack 14 13 12*4 12*4- '/. :
Sun Chm HOa 8 13*4 13** 13*4
Sun 011 1 b 3 70** 70>* 70V*
Sunray O 1 SO 191 24** 24 24 - **
Sunry'.’Df 1.10 7 26'* 26'/. 26**- *4
Sug.-NneM HO 11 11 10*4 10*4+ *4
BUD Oil Cal lc 4 820 810 815 -5
Superior Stl la 4 19 18*4 19
Suther Pans 3 49*4 49'* 49*4+ *4
Swift ACo Si 11 49 48*# 4# +t*
Sylv El Prod S 14 43*4 43*4 43*4
SylvE cvnft 40 9 131'* 131'* 131'*
Sym Gould Vi 45 B*# BV4 B'*
T \
Tenn Cd HOh 7 49*# 49 49**- *4
Texaa Co Ha 12 93>* 93'/. 93V*
TexGulfFl 404 14 94 92** 94
Tex Oulf Sul 33 39*4 39*/. 39*#- **
Texas Instr 18 16 15*4 15*4
TexPCO 1 40a 7 55*# 54*4 55 +*#
Tex Ptc Ld Tr 10 12 12 1* - **
Tex Util ,58c 2 69 69 69 - *#
Textron lOe 13 13** 13** 13**
Thatch Ol 1 • 3 17** 17*# 17'*
Thermold 40a 10 84# B*# B*4
ThomoPd 35h 16 56’* 56*# 564#+ *4
Tide Wa As v.r, 16 244# 24*4 244*+ V*
I TldeWa Df 1 so 16 274* 27*# 27*#
rtmkß "’ear 3 8 51** 51 51‘*
Toledo El 70 20 14*» 14>* 14**+ **
Tran* W Air 10 20*# 28** 28'*+ »*
Tranaamerl 40 20 3* 38’* 384#- V 4
Aircraft Issues Lead !
Stock Prices Higher
In Heavy Trading
By th® Associated Press
NEW YORK. Feb. 7.—Air
crafts were outstanding today
in a higher stock market.
By early afternoon gains ran
to between 1 and 3 points while
! losses extended to between 1
; and 2 points.
! Trading was brisk.
The close attention buyers
paid to aircrafts accompanied
! the rising international tension
surrounding evacuation of the
i Chinese Tachen Islands under
cover of the American 7th Fleet.
The higher trend in the mar
ket wasn’t unanimous. Rail
roads had difficulty in getting
ahead, but they managed to
rise as a group.
Steels were strong at first
and then turned mixed. Motors
were generally higher. Coppers
were strong in the midst of the
world-wide demand for the metal
at higher prices. Chemicals
were up. Oils were mixed.
Houston oil dropped 8 points
at 98 on a block of 1.000 shares.
A block of 10,000 shares of Gulf
Oil traded at 65 off M>. Wamer
; Hudnut jumped ahead 2>/s at
! 36Vi on a block of 3,000 shares.
] Among other blocks were
Curtiss-Wright 20,000 shares up
% at 22Vi; 9.000 Fairchild En-
I gine up Vi at 20%: Bell Aircraft,
8,000 up 3 i at 34; Graham-Paige,
21,000 up. Vi at 2%, and Bayuk
1 cigars 10,000 up % at 16.
The bond market was steady
| to higher. Government issues in
the over-the-counter market
were unchanged to higher.
I
Washington Securities
BALEB.
I Pot Elec Pw com—lo at 20%, 50 at
I 20%.
| Wash Ga® com—so at 40V*.
; Hecht com—HO at 28%.
I Wash Gas coin—loo at if), 700 at 40,
50 at !
Pot Elec Pw com—2s at 20%. 27 at
20%.
BONDB. Bid. Asked.
Am TAT cv db 2*4s 01 131%
Georgetown Oas Ist 5s 61 100% 111%
Pot Elec Pwr :t%s 77 101
Pot Elec Pwr 3s 83 00 !
Pot Elec Pwr 2%s 84 OH
Ter Rf A W Cp Ist 4s 58 00
Washington Gas 5s HO 100
PUBLIC UTILITY BTOCKB.
i Amer Tel A Tel 0 17H%
i Capital Transit .80 10% 12
! Pot Elec Pwr I 20% 21
i Pepco 3 60% pfd A 1.80 43 44
Pepco 3.(10% Pfd B 1.80 43
' Wash Gas Lt 2 307®
! Wash Gas Lt cm pf 4.25 xOO 100
Wash Gas Lt c c pf 4 50 x 132
BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES.
Amer Sec A Tr 1.80 44% 46
Bank of Bethesda t 1.50 47
Bank of Com A Sav tlO 352
Capital U 29
Liberty fl 410
Lincoln new 1 fi(>
Natl Bav Tr t 1.20 _ 62%
Riggs rl2 422
Suburban Trust 120 __ 52
Union Trust Co +2 58 62
Washington .60 55 58
FIRE AND TITLE INSURANCE.
Columbia .20 4 6%
Firemen’s 1.60 30
Real Estate .20 4 5
MISCELLANEOUS.
Garflnckel 1.50 25 25%
Garflnckel 6%% pfd 1% 25%
Garflnckel 4%7r pfd 1 V® 25 26
Goldenberg cu com A % %
Goldenberg cv 6% pfd 2%
Hecht Co 1.40 27V*
Hecht 3%% cm pf 3.75 85 88
Mergenthaler Lino t 2 45% 47
Natl Mtg A Inv 12
Natl Mtg A Inv pf z. 94 . 7%
Peoples Drug St 2 34% 36
Security Btorage t 5 125
Ter Ref AWh Corp __ 45 56
Wdwd A Lothrop 2 . 38% 40
Wdwd & Lothrop pfd 5 102
xEx dividend, z Arrears, halt payable
June 15. 1055. half payable December
15. 1955 tPlua extra or extras.
Odd-Lot Dealings
| NEW YORK. Feb. 7 Wl.—'The New
York Stock Exchange reported today !
these odd lot transactions by principal j
dealers on the exchange for February j
4: Purchases of 306,935 shares; sales ;
of 270,153 shares including 1.378 shares
sold short.
Sales —
Stock and Add Net
i Dividend Rate. 00. High. Low. 1:15. ch*.
: TransueAW 1 a 2 19% 19% 19%+ %
! Tri Cont 1 27e 11 26% 26% 26%- %
j Truax T: 160 7 20 19% 19%- %
< Tunc Sol ? a 3 27% 27 27%+ %
i TungSnl pf 2.15 8 53% 53% 53%
TwenCFxl.flOa 52 29% 20% 29 +%
I Twin Coa .70b 38 17% 17% 17%- %
Txl Oil 40 37% 36% 37 + %
u
Udyllte 1 13 13% 13% 13%- %
Underwd I%e 4 35% 35% 39% %
Un A«=b A Rub 6 9% 9% 9%+ %
Un Bac AP 3a 7 74% 74% 74%+ %
Un Carbide 2a 37 83% 83% 83%
UnChmAMl .20x34 26% 26% 26%+ %
Un El Mo 1.40 62 28% 27% 27%- %
Un Oil Cal 2.40 43 59 58% 58%+ %
»Jn Pacific 5a 7 147% 147% 147%+ %
Un Pac Df 2 7 51% 51% 51%
Un Tank C1 % 16 28% 27% 275/®- %
UtdAirUne la 35 39% 39 39 - %
Utd Aircraft 4 15 90% 89% 89V*+ %
Utd Bisc %* . 14 29% 29 29%+ %
Utd Carbon 3 46% 46% 46%+ % j
UtdCarP i HOa 2 41 41 41 +% !
UtdCigWh.lsg 25 6% 5% 5% %
Utd Cn ‘/iia 58 6% 6% 6%
Utd El Coal 1 3 17% 17% 17%+ % 1
UtdEngAF .80 12 13% 13% 13%+ % i
Utd Fruit 3 56 52% 51% 52%+ % 1
UtdOasCo I V, 26 34% 34% 34V*
Utd Gas Imp 2 4 38% 38% 38%+ 34 :
Utd MA M 1 100 22 21% 21%
UtdParkCMine 10 234 2% 2%-
UR*ForS4 HOe 6 83 83 83
US Gypsum -la 4 224 224 224
U 8 Indust .80 32 14 13% 14 + %
U S Lines %g 23 22% 22% 22%
U S Plyw 1.40 10 37% 36% 36%
U S Rubber 2 14 443 k 43% 44%+ %
U 8 Smelt lg 7 55% 55% 55%+%
U S Steel lg 94 79 78% 78%-%
U S Tob 1 20 4 19 ISV* 19 + %
Utdßtr2of ,80e 7 10% 10% 10%
Utd WaiUacrer 10 2% 2% 2%
V
Van Norm 1 5 18% 18% 18%
' Van Kaalt 2HO 3 36 36 36
; VanadCol 4(*a 35 39% 38% 39%+ 34
i VertCSuß 2?e 5 6% 6% 6%
i Vick Chm »%b 8 55% 55% 55%+2%
VictChWl 4f»a 11 33% 33% 33%- %
Va Caro Chcm 24 41% 40% 40% %
VaElPwl.4o 5 36% 35% 36i%+%
! Visktng CD 2b 2 79 79 79 + %
w
; Waldorf Bys 1 213 13 13 -*4 !
Walareen 1 HO 2 29*# 29** 29**
, Walworth 20 9*4 9*# 954+ **
Ward Bak 1.80 7 22*# 22V. 24*#+**
WarHud 1 HUa 56 36>* 36 36 +l*#
Warren Friy 3 40** 40** 40V*
Warren Pet *#x 5 51*4 51'* 51*4- i*
Wash Gas a 2 1 40 40 40
Wauktahal .40 3 24 23*# 23*#— V 4
WaynPuniD've 15 21'* 20*4 20*4— *#
WKy Coal I 8 19 18*o 19 + *#
WPemiEl 240 10 51*# 51?# 51*4+ */a
WVa Coal 2 28 28 2tt - '*
WestVaP i4O 12 36*# 36'* 36*#+ *#
WestAirL.HOa 17 19?# 19V4 19'/.- *#\j
West Auto S 3 4 58’# 58*4 58’#+ **
West Marv 18 36' e 36 36 *4
West Pac 3 4 71*# 71*4 71*#+ ** :
West Un ’j el 3 IB 89*s 88*4 89Va+ *#
WestAßi IHO iO 28’-o 28*0 7fa*o+ V#
i Westina El 2a 37 79*# 78 /e 79'*+ '* :
j Weston El In 1 3 26V* 26V* 26V*+ V*
I Wheel Steel 3 32 54V# 53* 54 + 1.4 j
Whlrlnool 38 28 27 28 +l** j
I V.'hlteMot 2'ib 8 39*# 39'* j9‘*
'white bew M 4 B', B*o B'*
i Wilcox Oil I 8 27V* 26 26'*—1 |
: Wilson A *2O 36 11*4 11*# 11*#- '* '
1 Wise El Pw I'* 4 32'* 32V4 32'*- V#
; Wcolwoitn 2a x 26 51*4 50*4 51V#— V#
; Wortnmttn 2a 9 50V# so 50
Wyan Worsted 17 11 10*4 10*#— '*
Y-Z
Yorg Cp 1 .‘JO 22 25% 25% 25%+ %
Young SAT -‘a 31 81V® 79% 79%+ %
Yng.tSDila 6 14% 14% 14%+%
Zenith Rad 2a 1 89% »9% 89%+ V®
/,onite Prod 121 7% 7% 7%+ %
Hourly Sales on the Exchange.
11:00 a.m. t>«o COO 12 noon 1580 000
1:00 p.m. 1990 000 2:00P.m. 0 000 000
tuntt ol iradinu JO io.i!ts or sait« in ,
full
Rates of dividends in the foregoing
ral/i’ are annual disbursements bared on
»he last quarterly or semi-annual dec
laration Unless otherwise noted, special
or extra dividends ere not included.
a Also extra or extras b Annual rate
plus stock dividend, d Declared or paid
in 1053 plus stock dividend, e Paid last
year, f Payable in stock, estimated carh
value on ex-dividend or ex-distribution
date, f Declared or paid so far this year,
n Declared or paid after stock dividend or
split-up. k Declared or pa n this year,
an accumulative issue with dividends in
arrears. p Paid this year dividend
omitted, deferrjd or no action taken at j
last dividend meeting i Declared or paid I
In 1054. pl>is stock dividend y Liquidat- i
tng dividend, eld Called, xd Ex dividend,
x-dis Ex idmtr<bution. xr Ex rights,
xw Without warrants wr With warrants,
wd When distributed. v I When issued.:
•In bankruptcy nr receivership or being
reorganized undt r the Bankruptcy Act.
or securities a*sumed by such companies.
j NEW YORK BOND MARKET
<F#raM>*4 ky tk* tmtuu, mu.,
Llßl INCLUDE# MOST ACTIVE IBBUEB.
WORLD BANK CAR Par 4, oen* 104*4 NY Cen 6*2013 90
I In' RRAcD 3 1 #, 69 1031* Cen O* 4a 9ft *5V# NY Cen ««.* 2HI* 82V#
FOREIGN 1:1k On RR N.l 3V.. V? 60. NY Cen HR 3*#« 97 82
I chile 3» 143 39'* 1 Chea * O 3M.a HAD . 101 H NYNHH 4, «<MC 83H
! German s'*» 06 »2 CM*NW4*#x9« 53*4 *»ac GAE 3*4* Rft 104*#
! Germany ft'ye H 9 80** I CII Fin 7*#a 6« 98V# Penn C Air 3V*a 60 .101V*
| Gei many ft, 80 71V# I CHIe, Bve 3, 77 98'* Pen RR 6, «#. 108**
i DOMESTIC 1:16 Colo e* l *445 08 117V# Fen RH , 00 107
! Alum Am 3*k, 64 102** coi'.m Ou 3W, 64 124 PenßP|V.ißi 101**
Alum Am 3s 7U 100*4 Con Edl, <#, *1 102V* "en 8B •**« 84 101**
\rr App As 21130 89 ConßßCuba3,2iKU 13'* “en RR 3*#» Bfi 83V4
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* •ft Devon L Oils --. 1% New Jers Zinc V 4 r - <7%
Aeroqulp 40 12% Oo Mont L A —15% New Pk Mds -3%
' Alabama Ges 1 28 30 faulty Ch 15« 5% NlDtssing Min rts %
Allea up wt —5% Eureka CP 1% Noma us ... •%
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Ane Lau A%g 10% Pord M Fran 2% O’okiep 1 H7g 72
Ark Fuel OU %« 33 Ford M Ltd 24a ... 12% Pae Pet Ltd 10%
Ark La Gas % . 15% Gen Accept 1 15% Pan Israel Oil .... 2%
Asso Laund 3% *Gen Stores 1% Pancoast Pet 1%
BaHey Set .. B% *Oobel 1% Phi-*enf)|i H2r 7%
Bant* Oil ,Ot Am Ind Oftg 5% Pennmad I 16%
Barium Bteel 23r ... 6% ;ot Lak OAC 3% Piper Aire 10* 7% ;
Bellar Aire 18%; i«?<? vreeh ...... 11 Polaris Mn 20 3%'
: Benrus **o lt)% < Efrela Mm ’0 ..... 13% Prest W D 08 ....
Brar Trac OSd ..... s% : i nc j Hard Ofte .... 7% Proa Coro V%
Brit Pet 11% Int Petrol 1 26 Reiter Poster Oil 1
C* C Super 1% Inves Roy 04a 3 Hem Arms 6ft* 14%
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Can 8o Pat 2% Jerry O'M .... 2% Ryan Aero 40a .... 42%
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Steel Output Pace
Shows Wide Variety
Throughout Industry
By th® Associated Prats
CLEVELAND, Feb. 7. The
national steelmaking rate still
is on the upgrade, but the page
varies in different parts of the
industry, says Steel Magazine,
the metalworking weekly.
Overall, the rate went up 1.5
points last week to 86 per cent
of rated capacity production or
2,075,419 net tons. By districts,
it ranged from 79 per cent in
Birmingham. Ala., and New Eng
land to 95.5 per cent in Wheel
ing. W. Va.
Mills producing cold-rolled
carbon sheets, galvanized sheets
and tin plates are loaded with
business, some running at full
capacity. Many others, such as
plate and bar producers, were
loafing along.
Steel said seasonal factors
mean more to buyers now than
they have In a long time. Al
| though last year was a peace
: time period, the seasonal fac
j tors didn't come into full play!
because consumers decided to
draw on their inventories for
steel.
Now, with inventories deplet
ed. buying is on a need basis.
The magazine said the outlook
for the months ahead hinges on
the automobile, construction and
container industries—in that or- (
der the biggest steel consumers.
|
p rpduce Markets
Baltimore quotations supplied by the
United States Agriculture Department:
Apples: About steady. Bu. bkts. and
eastern boxes U. 8. Is unless other
wise stated Md. Golden Delicious 3
inches up 3.2.5-60, 2% inches up 3.2ft
-50: Black .Twigs 2% inches up 2.10;
Staymans 2% inches up J .00-2.25. Pa.
Delicious 2**2 inches up some 2Va Inches
min. 2.50-3.00 according to quality:
Golden Delicious 2Va inches up fair
quality 2.50; Romes 2 3 <4 inches up 2.25:
Stavmans fair color, .some showing scald
3 inches up 1 50. 2Va inches up some
2% Inches min. 1.50-2.00. W. Va. Yorks
. 2'» Inches up 2.00. Va. Delicious U. 8.
Fancy 3 inches up and 2Va inches, up
3.50. Pa. cartons tray pack U. S. Fancv
showing scald H4s-125s 2.25-50.
Potatoes: Old-firm. U. S. Is Size A
unwashed unless otherwise stated N. Y..
L. I. Katahdins 50 lb- sacks 1.50-55.
few 1 .HO. Pa. Katahdins 50 lb. sacks
1.25-35. few 1.40: bakers size 1.65: JO
lb. sacks 20-32 cents. Maine Katahdins
50 lb. sacks 1.50-65; 10 lb. sacks 34-35
cents.
Sweet Potatoes: Slightly stronger. Bu.
bkts. and hpr. U. S. Is Del., Puerto
Ricans color added 3.60. Md. and Va.
; Goldens 2.25-3.00. best 2-75-3.00: Puer
to Ricans 3.00-25; Red Skins 3.25. Va.
i bu. crates Puerto Ricans color added
4.00-50. N. J. Goldens 2.76-3.00; Orange
; 3.50; Puerto Ricans 2.75-3.50 accord
■ Ing to quailty and White Yams few
j 4.00.
Poultry Quotations.
I Poultry: Market quiet. Light arrivals 1
1 consisted mostlv of fryers and Beltsville !
; young hens. Few capons sold for 40
; cents. Buying interest light. Too few
! sales to quote prices.
Grain Market.
Flour—Receipts. 6.475 100 pound
sacks.
Wheat—Receipts. 124.715 bushels;
shipments. 08.212 bushels: stocks. 4,309.-
9H5 bushels. No. 2 red winter rarlicky.
spot, domestic. 2.21; No. 3 2.18.
Corn Receipts. 306.353 bushels;
shipments. 255.200 bushels; stocks.
3.1 79.982 bushels.
Oats—Receipts. 72.508 bushels; ship
, ments. 5.000 bushels; stocks. 437,735
. bushels.
Barley—Receipts, none; shipments.
I none; stocks, 21.086 bushels.
Rye—Receipts, 2.000 bushels: ship-
I ments. pone; stocks. 154.070 bushels,
j Soybeans—Receipts. 4.118 bushels;
' shipments, 7.722 bushels; stocks. 441,-
800 bushels.
Millfeed—Receipts, none.
Chicogo Livestock
CHICAGO. Feb. 7 UP> tUßDAV—Sal
able hngs 11.000: fairly active, strong
i to 25 higher on butchers: instances up
more on weights over 250 lbs: sows 2ft
-50 higher: most choice 190-220 übs
butchers 17.00-75: tnalnlv 17.50 and
17.75 choice 1 and 2 grades; one deck
choice No. 1200 lbs at 18.00; most
230-250 lbs 1H.25-17.00; bulk 260-320
lbs 15.50-10.25: a few loads uo to 350
lbs down to 15.25: most sows 450 lbs
and lighter 14.25-15.26; bulk 450-600
lbs. 13.00-14.50.
Salable cattle 19,000; salable calves
400; high choice and prime steers and
heifers scarce, rtn: other grades uneven
but mostly steady; cows generally
steadv: bulls steady to 50 lower; vealers
steady to 1.00 lower; Stockers and
N feeders scarce, about steady: a few
ioads prime J.050-1.2H5 lbs steers 33.25-
3H.ot»; mostly supply high choice to low
! prime steers 29.00-32.00; bulk choice
grades 25.00-28.50; most good to low
choice 20.00-24.50; a few loads low
utility to low good steers 14.50-10.50;
most, good and choice heifers 19.00-
25.00: .some high choice heifers 20.50-
27.00; commercial to low good 15.00-
18.50; most, utility to low commercial
l cows 11.00-12.50: a few commercial
j cows up to 14.00; bulk canners and cut
; ters 9.00-11.00: utility and commercial
; bulls 14.00-18.50; good and choice veal
ers 25.00-30.00; cull to commercial
grades 8.00-24.00; a few loads good to
choice feeding steers 31.00-22J*o.
Salable sheep 4.000: slaughter lambs
generally steady: slaughter sheep steady
to 50 higher: most good to prime wooled
lambs 105 lbs. down 21.00-22.50: deck
mostly choice 117 lbs. woolsklns 21.00:
3 decks around 120 lbs. 20.75: cull to
low good lambs ! 2.00-20.00: shorn
lambs unsold: cull to choice slaughter
ewes 0.00-0.50; latter price new high
since last spring.
New York Cotton
! NEW YORK. Feb. 7 Switching
from .nearby March to later months
dominated activity in cotton futures
during the forenoon today. California
co-operatives were credited with selling
about 10.000 bales of nearby March
against purchases of July, with soot
houses on the other side of the trans
action to some extent. New Orleans
was on the selling side.
Certicated stocks increased 1.348
bales and now total 87.235 bales,
according to latest posting by the New
I York Cotton Exchange
! Widespread rains in the Southeast
and parts of the central belt during
the past 24 hours were considered
I beneficial for the next cotton crop
I preparation.
Only distant July futures were higher
during the mtd-session and relatively
quiet.
Noon prices were 40 cents a bale
! lower to A cents higher than the pre
vious close. March 34.53. May 34.88
and July 35.10.
Business Briefs
Copper Prices rose sharply In
London. The increase totaled
(112 a ton in a week. Market
sources said the Formosa situa
tion and heavy trade buying are
responsible.
West Virginia reported total
coal production for 1954 was
113,039,046 tons, after a Decem
ber output of 11,268.689 tons,
which was the best of the year.
Container Corp. of America in
year ended December 31 earned
(13,604.232 or (5.31 a share vs.
(10.127,948 or (3.94 in 1953.
Inti. CeUucotton Products in
year earned (7,405,000 or (3.09
a share vs. (6,855,641 or (2.87
in 1953.
Meore-McCormack Lines in
year ended December 31 earned
(4,615,000 or (2.40 a share vs.
(5.077,884 or (2.64 in 1953.
Ruberoid Co. in year ended
December 31 earned (4,628,746
or (3.19 a share vs. (4,576,073
or (3.25 in 1953. :
Carborundum Co. in year end
ed December 31 earned (3,283,-
704 or (1.92 a share vs. (5,721,-
563 or (3.69 in 1953.
Spencer Chemical Co. in 6
months ended December 31
earned (1.566,948 or (1.16 a
share vs. (2,135,903 or (1.81 in
1953 period.
Chapman Valve Mfg. Co. in
year ended December 31 earned
(1.348.271 or (6.25 a share vs.
(851,327 or (3.89 in 1953.
Lamson & Sessions Co. in
year ended December 31 earned
(1.287,112 or (3.14 a share vs.
(1,500,005 or (3.69 in 1953.
White's Auto Stores in year
ended December 31 earned
(1,084.331 or (1.41 a share vs.
(592.924 or 66 cents in 1953.
Hajoca Corp. in year ended
December 31 earned (234,023 or
(1.40 a share vs. (37)6,068 or
$2.25 in 1953.
Chain Stores Sales
Safeway Stores —
Pet. Chg
1954. from \S;J
Grand Union—
-4 w. to Jan. 29 $129,920,939+ 6.9
4 w. to Jan. 29 __ 17,391,078 + 10.5
48 w. to Jan. 20 . 201.797.808 -r 8.1
G. C. Murphy—
January 10.658,807+ 1.9
Lerner Stores—
January 8.851.835 +l3 6
12 months 151.038.296+ 2.3
Neisner Bros.—
January _ 3.602.178+ 2 8
New York Produce
NEW YORK. Feb. 7 m iUSDAi —-
Butter about steady. Receipts (1 day).
662.643. Wholesale prices in bulk car
tons ifresh). Creamery. 93 score (AA),
. 58V®-581* cents: 92 score «A>, 58-58V®;
90 score iB). 67*/«-68; 89 score (C),
57 , a-57»/i.
Cheese steady. Receipts (2 days).
109,508. Wholesale sales. American
cheese (whole milk). Cheddars, fresh.
36-37% cents; Cheddars, aged. 46%-50;
single daisies, fresh. 38-39; single dais
ies. aged. 49-52; flats, fresh. 38-39;
flats, aged, 47-51. Processed Cheddars,
ft pounds 36-37 V®. Domestic Swiss
iwheels). grade "A,” 45-48; grade “B.”
43-46; grade “C.” 41-44.
Wholesale egg prices steady. Receipts
(1 day) 26,930. New York spot quota
tions follow: Midwestern: Mixed colors:
extras (48-50 lbs.) 43%-44%; extras
large (45-48 lbs.) 42-42 Va; extras medi
um 41-42; smalls 38Va-39; standards
large 40*4-41%: dirties 38-39: checks
38-39. Whites: Extras (48-50 lbs.) 43-
44; extras large (45-48 lbs.) 42 l a -43:
j extras medium 41-42. Browns: Extras
! (48-50 lbs.) 43-43 Va; extras large (45-
48 lbs.) 42-42%.
Nearby: Whites: Top quality (48-50
! lbs.) 42-44; mediums 42-42%; small*
i 38Vi-39. Browns: Top quality (48-50
lbs.) 43-44 Vi; mediums 42-43.
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Chicago Grain
CHICAGO. F«b. 7 headod
downward in routine denUngs on the
Board of Trade today.
News that the evacuation of Chinese
1 Nationalist forces on the Tachen Islands
was being carried out so far without
any fighting between Chinese Commu
nists and American forces prevented '
any wild scramble for grains.
With the Formosa situation exerting
little or no Influence on the market, i
traders paid more attention to such ,
routine grain items as fairly large re- i
celpts of cash grain, reports of a price
squeeze on soybean processors, and lack 1
of export business in wheat.
Wheat near the end of the first hour ;
was % to 1% lower, March $2.78%. ;
corn was V* to % lower. March SI .53, i
oats were Vs to % lower. March 70%. >
rye was % to 1 cent lower. March j
si.£3ft. soybeans were % to 2ft lower.
March $2.79ft, and lard was unchanged.
May $12.75.
Hedging pressure was a mild depressing
factor in wheat, and there was no news j
early of any important export business. ;
An official estimate on the Australian
i wheat crop lace production at 16H.H00,- :
; coo bushels, which was 11.5 million
bushels more than estimated on December
20.
Even with this boost, however, the
crop in Australia will be some 31.400.-
000 bushels less than was harvested last
year. But traders noted Argentina had
recently estimated its crop as higher
than a year ago. indicating there will
still be plenty of wheat in surplus pro
ducing countries.
Reports from processing interests said
the recent advance in soybean prices, at
i tributed primarily to nervousness over
the Formosa situation, had not been |
accompanied by advances in oil and
■ meal prices. As a result, it was claimed. I
some processors were talking about
; slowing down operations.
Cash Aorn receipts at Chicago
| amounted to 372 cars, a little larger j
! than they have been running on recent
Mondays. This depressed feed grains
; during early dealings.
Foreign Exchange
NEW YORK, Feb. 7 4/Pi-—Foreign ex
change rates lollow Great Britain in
dollar* others In cents (unchanged un
less otherwise noted):
(anadlsn dollar In New York open
.JOaflKl per cent premium or 1(13.0(1'/.
United States cents.
Europe: Great Britain (pound) »?.70*a
joB 1/32: 111-day futures 2.7«? i. of!
i 1/82: 30-da.v futures 2.75? i, off 1/32:
I futures 2.7g?#: Belgium (franc)
| 1.£•»?#. off OO 1 #: Prance (franc) .28?#
ol a cent, Germany (Western' (Deutsche
mark) 23.8 ft: Holland, (guilder) 20.30
;up .00'*; Italy (lira) ,10V# of a cent:
: Portugal iescudo) 3.50: Sweden (kronai
Swlteerland (franc) (free)
Denmark (krone) 14.50.
Par East: Hong Kona dollar 17.40.
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