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NEW YORK- STOCK EXCHANGE I
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Sales—
Stock and Add Net
Dividend Rate 00 High Low 1:13 chi I
A
Abbott L 1.80 22 438* 43 438*- ‘A
ABC Vend 80 114 V. 14‘* 14V*- 8*
ACF Brill 4 3 ,f 6 78* 78* 7?»+ V*
ACP Indust .'la 43 578* 57V* 578*+ V.
ACF Ind of 28* 3 648* 648* 648*+ 8*
Acme St) I SO « 268* 288* 268*- V*
Admiral 1 16 268* 26‘* 26V*- V*
Air Reduc 1.40 12 29 288* 29 V*
Alaska Juneau 10 48* 4V* 48*
Aldens 1 20 4 21V. 21 21-8*
Allechany 49 68* 6‘/* 6'*- V*
Alleg L Stl 2 10 46 458* 458*- 8*
Allied Chm :la 3 96‘* 97V* 97V*-1
Allied Btores 3 6 55 548* 55 +B4
Aids Chaim 4 18 768* 788* 788*+ V»
Aloha P C J .a 2 *5 948* 94V.-184 :
Alum Ltd 2 1« 84‘4 83** 638*—18* 1
Alum Am 180 10 11584 11484 114'*- 8*
Alum Am W! 9 588* 5784 57**— 84 j
Amal Leather 12 38* 38* 38*— 84 ,
Amerada :i 6 2088. 206*4 2068*-IV.
Am Alrlln 20* 68 2 7 2684 268*- ‘A
Am Air Iu!-t V, 7 1291* 128 128 -184!
Am Baker 2 2 3 585 5384 8 38*
Am Busch '.d 574 22V. 21‘* 2184+8*
Ac Bos nf 23. 4 e4 81 63 +5
Am Brk Shoe 2 19 . 58* 348* 558*+ 8*
Am Brd Par 1 .0 261,» 258* 258*- 8*
Am Cbl&B 3lla 20 884 8 tß*+ */*
Ain Can I 4tia 22 398. 39V* 398*- B*’
Aui Ch&Cbl 2a ‘7 378* 37 378.+ 8*
Am Colony 1 2 24 24 24 —V*
Am Cyan 2 64 498* «9V* 498*+ ■*
AmCT ut C 38. 3 1098. 109 1098*- 8*
AmEncaus .00* 14 133* 13V. 13V.— B*,
Am Export 11 168* 168* 1684 8*
Am&ForP 00*632 16 148* 158*+1V.
AmGas&E 1.00 2 44 44 <4
Am Haw SS 3 766 V. 65V. 6584+ 8*
Am lllde&Lea 88 58» SV. 58*+ V.
Am Hlde&L of 2 38 378* 36 +lß*
AmHomP2 4oa 3 73 75 75
Am mtl .206 2 26V. 268* 268*— 8*
Am Loco I 490 268* 238* 26‘A+l'/.
Am M&Fdy lb 58 338* 328* 338*+ 8*
Am d&M 1.40 3 398* 398* 398*- 8*
Am Metal ‘ag 2 56 -6 56 1.4 :
AmMnrrd I'4 4 6 248* 248* 248*+ 8* I
Am Molas B*a 4 12 12 12 A
Am Motors 27 118* 11A 11A+ A
AUI Nat Gas 2 3 53 3 28* S 3
Am News 184 42 3 3 3 284 3 284+ 8.
AmPotashß 2b 10 82 80 60 “ *
Am Rad 1 28a 35 238. 23V. 23‘A
Am Sat Raz *4 12 BV* 8 8 - 'A
An. Seatins la 2 33V. 338* 538*— 8*
Am Smelt 2 29 4784 468*. 468a- 8*
Am 5U Pd '« 104 33'* 328* 338*+ 8*
Am Stores 2b 2 51'* 31 31 _
Am Sugar 4a 1 79 79 79 1A
AmSnmTob 1 aBV b 16V* IWV* AO 4 /* **
Am TelATel W 29 1808. 1801* 180'/*— 'A
Am Tob ;t 40a 18 *« 7 * “6V. 068*
A* vucose i 29 468. 458* 458*-l'A I
Am Wat Wk‘4* 5 10 10 10 j
Anaf CoDoer 3 74 58V, 378* 5784- B*l
SAnaW&C B.g 180 62V* 6184 61'* 8*
AnchHG 1 00* 4 34 -3* >3 * 8*
Ander Clayt 2 2 40'* 4084 4084 84
AmH Pri O1 HO 4 51 50»/S 3™* 'll
■ "decode 30 29'* 2784 28'*+28*
A?ro<M 1 « 27'* 27'/. 27V.+ 8*
- 8*
Armour «4 !
ArUoom° n ’ 3 V*
As"o .lsk 30 128. 128. 1284- V*
ASSdPryG 100 5 29V* 28% 28% A
At-mson 5a 5 141% ™ A V39%+
Atchison of 2% J 59/a 59/» *
Atl Coast L 2 3 538* 35 *33 A 1
At?; Re tin * 17 37% 37vs *7 /©
AtUs CoS 8 468* 46'/. 468*+ 'A
Austin Nlch 26 13 12'* 128*- '* ,
Autom Cant 1 5 198* 19'* 198*+ 8* !
5“"o“ 736 78. 7'* 78*+ 8*
Avco Ms Os 2V. 9 518. 50 5134+18*
B
BabcockdtW a 21 107 104'* 1058*-18*
iild Lima 80 1739 24'* 23 2384+18*
Halt Al Ohio le 35 428* 428* 428 r— ‘A |
bl &Oh ot* 6 61'* 61'A 6i'*+l
Barber oil 2 14 60 59'* 59'*+ '/.
BathlrWkC.tiO 406 698* 618. «B*-7
Bayuk Cii 60 15 16 15% 16 + %
Begunt M 1.20 8 23% 25% 25%- %,
Beech Air 30a 3 26'* 26V. 26'*+ 'A
Beech Nut 1.20 29 28'* 28 28V*- 8*
Beid Hem .70 2 15'* 15V. 15'/. '/. j
Beil Alrc 3 *h t 0 33'* 33V* 33'*- JA
Bell&Howell 1 5 36 36 36 +'*
Bendtx Avia 2 25 57 56V4 568*- 8k j
Bcnel Loan l 19 208* 208* 208e- v« j
Beneuet Min 10d 1% 1% 1/is
Best Fds 2 46% 46% 46%- %
BetllStccl 2' .8 22 132',. 1318* 131'*- 8*!
Bigelow San 3 148* 148* 148*- ‘a!
Black&Dec 2b 5 61 60V4 61 +B* I
BlaKnox 1.20 b 9 27 268* 27 +'A
BUss E W 1.80 14 2984 298* 298*+ 'A
Blocks Ch 1.40 10 368. 36V. 36'*
BoeiliS Air 2a 78 788. 778* 788*— 84
BohnAlum.3sg 4 2184 218* 218*— 8*
Bond St rs 1 14 16'/. 16 16'/.+ ‘A ,
Boston Ed 2.80 5 5684 56'* 5684+ 8* j
Bostou&Matne 9 168* 168* 1684 8*
B. sMe ol 2.02e o 30 378* 378*— 8*
BiaiiiffAtr tae 19 188**188. 18'/. 8*
BrulvD. Br 2V* 4 438* 4284 42'*— '* |
BriggsM n.35h 28 238. 228* 23V.+ 84 i
ol 5101My.35« 6 32'* 318. 32 -‘A
Bki'OGasl.Bo 13 34 338* 338*— 84
Brown At Bg 1 13 1484 14'/* 148*— 8*
Bruns Balke 5 2684 2684 2684 8*
Bu. y sine 40a 17 368* 358* 358*-l'A
Budd Co 1.20 87 2083 208* 208*+ 8*
Bu. Forge 116 g 2 298* 298* 29V»- ‘A
faultard B*g 8 +0 398* 398*+ 8*
Burl ind BO 20 17'* 17V* 17‘/«- V*
Bun'Ugns 1 20 298* 2984 298*
Butler Br 00 b 258* 258* 258*- V*
Rutte Cornier 18 1084 108* 1084+ 'A ;
Byers * 30 29‘A 29»*+ 8*
c
Callahan Zinc 17 3 28* 3 +V*
C'.lum&H BO 35 148* 1484 1484
CamnbSouoV.g 10 398. 39'* 3984 'A
Campbell Wy 2 4 30 30 30 -'A
Can Dry .80 38 1384 1584 1-?*+ V 4
Canon Pac B.g 57 298* 298. 2984 8*
CauualAlrl 8.1 8 28‘* 28V2 288*- ‘A
rarorruu 1.40 3 34 .384 338*
CareyPlul 1.00 12 33 J2V. 328A- ‘A
Caro P&L 1.10 6 24'* 24V. 24V*- 84
Ca> rier Co 2a 10 62V* 62 62
Case J 1 25 168. 1684 168*
CaterTrac 80s 7 97 *sß* 958*+ 84
Cater Tract wi 4 48 .8 48
Ce'.nese B*g 34 228. 22V* 22'A
Celotex i’a » 308. 008. 30'*- 8*
CenA.uirl.6o 3 218* 21 218*+ 8*
C-nt Pdy 40 16 88* **B4 884+ V*
Cell Hud U .70 13 168* 168* 16'a— 8*
Can .11 PS 1.20 9 258* 2584 258*+ ‘A
CeniVSW 132 53 32‘* 328* 328*
Cer de Pas B*d 16 438* 458. 43‘A— 8*
Car teid 1. 17 238* 248. 248»- ‘A
ClianceVt 40g 25 4984 48‘* 49 - **
Ches A; Oh 3 .0 478* 47 *7 'A
Chicago Co 80 12 228* 22',. 228*+ 'A
Ch Gtwevl Us 2 418* «18. 418» 8*
1 ViwfV vA 18. k 3 2184 20',t, 208*— V*
CMeiPArPac )g 46 23'* 23V* 23V*— 8*
CM..P&P Bl i 12 58'* 378* 38
Chi it N W 10 17'* 1784 17'a— 'A
c;hi At N W Bt 4 358* 358*- 8*
Chi PneuT 1 '/a 6 4 78* 47'* 4784+ 8*
Ch: R I&Pac 6 13 s 5 338. .4 -1
Childs 48 4 38* 38*
Childs cv Bl 12 1 684 16 1684+18*
tChile Cod tag 500 40'* 36'* 40V*+3
Chrysler U* 9o* 74 728* 7284-I'A
cm MU M3a 4 70'A 708* 70'*
err 1 inane 2a 10 48V. 48 48 - 8*
Cities Svc 2 29 50 s /, 30 50'A— 8*
Citvinvest 20g 5 148. 148. 14'/. V*
C. 1 21V* 218. 21V*+ 'A
Clev EL 111 2.8 C 12 09'* 68'* 68'*- 8*
cievite la 8 238. 23 23 + 8*
Ci'tnax Mo 3 12 67 66V. 0684+ 8*
Clint Pda 180 17 38 378* lb + V*
Ouray 10 38* 38* 38*— V*
duet t Pea l ig 12 4484 44 44<A+1
Cluett Pol 4 2 110 110 110 +2
Cuca Cola 4a 9 ll6B* 111 Cl .1684+ 8*
f olsatcPal 2'* 8 56 338. .584+ 8*
Co FuelAtl 12* 18 238. 23Va 238A+ '4
volumGas 20a 34 168* 1683 16V* — 8*
Coil in vie B*n 11 -/ 4 u 34 i 4 - v*
ColA-SOE 1 1)0 3 291* 29V. 29>*
Comb Eng 3 I 4 ; 68* 75 768.+ V*
C .mlCred 2.60 12 508a 498a 503/.+ ».*
Cnlnl Solv 1 32 228. 218* 218*— 8.
Com wEd I.Bob 13 398* 398. 398.- 84
oonneNast BO 3 88* 88. 88*- V*
rone Mill :ok 8 198. 198* 198A- 8*
Con Copper '..*120 17V. 17 17'/*+ ‘A
Cons Ed Is 340 17 498* 49 49V»- ‘A
Const Electron 6 338* 338, 338*- ‘A
Cons Foods 1 8 16'* 16'/. 168*— 'A
ConGE Ba 1.40 5 3 284 3 28. 328*
Con teras 113 338. 338. J3B*- 'A
Con* Pwl 2.20 9 488* 4784 48*4+ 8*
Cunt Can 3 * 8184 80 80 —lß*
ComCooAtS.fiO 8 108* 108a 1084- ‘A
Co't D'a F 80 62 20'* 19’A 208*+ 'A
Coni Mot 80 47 128'. 128* 128*+ 'A
Ce nt ‘•MI 280 4 82'* 82 82 -184
Cmit Stl 100 5 288* 28'* 288*+ V.
, n .per Bess 5 218* 218* 218.
Copper Rng 45 45 43V. 43'a—2'*
C , .w oil ..0* * 218* 218* 2184+ '*
cnrnProdd 0"a 2 87*-* 87'/a 87'*— 8*
(orn IlDi loa 4 33 33 33
t. ornlllg G1 l ah 43 598. 5684 59'*+ 84
Cosden Pet 1 b 13 258a 25V* 2584 - 'A
Crane Co 2 13 42V* 42 42'/.—' 84
■ ruwnZEl IJo 5 70 698* 698*— V.
(. rui- Steel * c 27 438. 438* 43**
C'lbAmSU* .10* I* IBv. 18V* 18'*
■ urtlsPub 20g 12 784 78* 78*
CurtisstXlr 33c 61 72 2184 2184
r.ner H*B 40 3 74 728* 74 +1
D
.lanaCDU 3 4784 478* 47H- 'A
Daves* Str 3 584 s'* s'*
Daystrom 1a 12 308* 298* 2984 'A
Dayton K4b 1 9 20'* 20‘A 20'*+ 8*
Dccca Rec 70 9 158* 158. 158* -V*
DetD Roc* Oil 65 67'A 6684 6684+ 3*
Deere 84a 14 33V* 8384 33'A — 8*
DC) At HUd 4a 32 6484 6284 6384+ 8*
DeiLArWts 10 21V* 218* 2184- 'A
DenRGW t'.K 10 119 118 1183*+28k
Det adis l .eo 13 35'/. J5V* 35V*
Uet Mich Stv 33 38* 38* 38*
let .steel Coro 7 148* 148* 1484
DUmAlkt'* 5 558* 35'* >sß*
Dig Mat I.lßg 6 598* -98* -98*+ 8*
DlstCuS t 20a 23 308* 308* 308*
DiXeCuDI.BO 4 56V. >sß* 55V»+ 8*
ill P.poer 00 6 14 14 14 V.
Don. Mir 70 17 178* 178. 17'A
DnUKl.l A '0 19 788* 77 77'*-18*
Dow chero 1 21 46' a 43V. 46' .+ V*
Dr->serlnd 3U 7 428* 428* 4284- 'A
Dnolan toe 10 108* 108* 10-/. ‘a
Du Pont 18. g 9 171 170 i7O —B4
lluo oteht 181 l 14 35V* 35V* 158*+ 8*
"WOCluarlto 17 15V. 148* 158*+ 8*
E
fca.te Pich 183 17 48* 38* 48*+ V*
tas'.trLlnel 14 46'* 4584 4584- <*
East Cor* 1 9 288* 788* 2684
EA*. 8 Stl lb 9 278* 27V. 27v.y V*
EkstKrd 1 lod 19 72V. 718* 72 - 8A
Eaton Mft 2* 13 54 538* 53V*- V*
AP Market Averages
ao is is 60
STOCKS— indust Rail* UtU. Stks
Net change —.5 —.O unc. —■>
Noon today 216.7 128.5 70.9 160.0
Yesterday 217.2 125.9 70 9 1«0..'t
Week ago 215.5 125.9 *o..t 158.4
Month ago 219.3 1 29.5 72.2 162.0
Year ago 157.2 84.. t 58. .117 0
1955 high 220.7 129.8 72.2 162.6
1955 low 203.1 114.9 67.2 148 8
20 10 10 10 10 LOW
BONDS— Rail* Indst Otll Fran Yld
Net change unc unc. unc. unc. + l
Noon today 99.0 98.8 98.3 84 4 104.0
Yesterday 99.0 98.8 98.3 84 4 103.9
Week ago 98 ll 98.8 98.4 84.2 104.1
Month ago 98.9 98.7 98.2 84.0 104.0
Yeak ago 99.0 100.1 100.8 82.7 107.0:
1955 high . 99.6 99.8 100.1 84.7 108 3
I 1955 low 98.0 98 0 98.0 84.0 103.9
• Compiled by the Associated Press)
Sales—
Stock and Add Net
Dividend Rate 00 High Low 1.15 chi
Edisßrßtl .40 1 26‘A 2614 26‘4+ 'A ;
j tkco Prod 2 5 41 41 41 |
I1 to Stop Nla 6 16'A 19 19 —V*
El Auto Lt tag 19 383* 'BV* 36V4- 'A
! E/fcMulnd 07 c 45 4*a 4V* 4'A
El Stor Bat '*< 9 32'* 32 32M+V*
Elgin W«t .00a 2 193* 19V* 19V4- '*
El Paso NG 2 15 453* 45'* 45'*+ V*
• Ernei Had 40* 21 143* 14V* 143*+ u
End John 1.60 3 29V* 25V* 29V*+ '*
Eouit Qas 1.40 2 26'* 26V* 26'*
Erie RR I'* 21 22'* 22V* 72V*+ ‘A ,
Evans Pd '** 6 40'a 38V4 38V4 IV* 1
Eversham 1 22 15V* 15 15 V*
Ex-Cell-O 2* 3 105V* 10514 105'A-l'A
Ek-Cell-O wl 4 53V* 53 S 3 ** '
F
j FairO Mor 70g 97 29Ve 26% 29 +2% j
Falrr Ena 80e 38 17% 17% 17%- % '
Falardo S V 4 B 9 17% 17% 17%+ % i
Palstaff Br 1 34 16% 16 16 - %»
Fausteel %r.. 8 30% 30% 30%- %
FeddQuig 4 11% 11% 11%
Fed Mogul 2a 5 36% 36% 36%
Fed Pac El 60 9 14 13% 13%- %
j Feder DSt 2% 3 57% 57% 57%+ %
FeaPaßd 180 10 35% 35% 35%- %
Ferro Corp 40a 9 35 34% 34% %
I Fid P Fire 3 1 107 107 107 + %
Filtrol CD 30g 10 37% 36% 36%- %
Firestone %h 1 59% 59% 59%+ %
Flintkote 2.40 44% 44% 44% %
FioridaPwl 60 1
Fla P&L 1.80 4 03% 03% 63%+ %
Food Fair 80b b 47% 47% 47%+ %
Foot* Mach 2 13 50% 30% >o%+ %
: Fos erWh 1.60 211 45% 44% 45v 4 +2v4
Frank Str 80 1 12% 12% 12%~ %
Frueh Trail 2b 14 36% -6%~ %
G
Gabriel 4 6% 6% 6% — %
Galr Robl IVa b 27% 27% 27%- %
i Gamewell lg 4 34 34 34 + %
i Gar Wood 52 8% 7% B%+ % .
uaro Den 2 10 43% 43V« 43%+ % ,
Garrett 1.60 4 42% 42 42
Gaylord 1.80 8 35% 35% 35%+ %
GenAmTr 2Va* 2 62 62 62
Gen Bak oo 5 11 11 11
Gen Cable 80g 21 21% 20% 21 - %
Gen Cigar 1 4 25% 25% 25%+ %
Gen Dynamics 563 80 75% /8%—1%
Geu Elec 80g 95 50% 49% 49%- %
Gen Foods 3 17 «1% 81 ol %
Gen Instru V 4 g 33 11% 11 11%+ >/•
Gen Mills 2% 2 68% 68% 08%- % !
GenMotoislg 91 93Va 92Va 53 -/a
Gen Mot pl& x 1 124 124 124 .+ %
GenPorCe 1.40 5 49% 49% 49%- %
Gen Free 60g 15 ©4% 63% 64 + %
GenPuoSv 35e 12 5 4% 4%
GenPubU lVag 12 35V* 35Va
Gen Ry Sig 2a 3 45% 45% 45%+ % i
i Geu Realty .00 9 17% 17% 17%+ %
Gen Refract 2 11 31% 31% 31%+
Gen Shoe 2‘a. 7 54 53% % ■'
Geu Tei 1.00 22 445-© 43% 43%- va
Gen T&Rub 2 7 52% pl% 51%- %
Ga Pac rly 1 64 28% 28% 28v*~ % |
Ginette 3 17 /0% 09-sa* 69% %
i Gimbei 1 74*24% 24 *4,*
Glldden 2 3 41‘/* 41 4l - %
Goebel Brw 60 4 o% * « ©%+ %
Goodrich 45h 5 63% 62% ©3%
Goodyear Jg 20 60% 59v* oO
i Grace &Co 2 21 44V* 43% 43%-l
, Graham Paige 721 3% 2% 3 + %
Granby Mi *.ae 9 14 13% 13% %
Grand Un lb 7 37% p 6% V*
; Granite C Stl 25 27% 26>/* 2/%- %
j Grant 1.80 2 35% 3>-y. vsv*
Gt Nlr Ore 2e 3 26% 26 «6%+ V* ,
I GtNo Ry 2.20 3© 41% 40% 40%- %
!Gt WSug I.2ua 5 21% 21% 21%
i Green HL 2a 31 32% 32 % |
Greynound l 24 15 14% % !
i Grum Aire 2a 18 37% 37% V*
I Guant Sugar. 6 76% 7
Gulf OH 2b 34 70% 69V* 70 - %
Gulf M&Oh 2 10 40% 40% 40%
H
Halt Print 1.4 U 4 21 Vs 21 21'A !
Halliburton 2 * 6 »6V* 36% :>©%
i Hamii W 1.20 3 243% 243% 24J%
Harb Walk . J 39V* 39‘* 39V* I
lla» Cp V 4 e 14 76% ©%
1 Hayes Ind 1.20 2 17% 17% 17%- % !
I HayesMls .30g 2p BV4 8% B% % •
Haz Atl G 1.20 9 23% 23V* 23%-%
HechtCo 1.40a 3 29% 29% 29%
Heime 1.00 3 24% 24 V*
Hercul Mot .80 2 19 19 19
Hersh Choc 2 2 43% 43% 43%+ V*
Hertz .Uoi 1 41% 41% 41%+ %
He\den Chm Va 3 16% 16% 16%+ %
Hilton Hotel 2 3 403% 40% 40%- V*
Hoff Electron 1 6 28 27% 28 + V*
Holland Fur 17 15 143/* 15
HollySug 1.20 b 1 21% 21% 21%
Homestk 1.60a 11 43 42 42 -1
Honolu Oil Vag / ©O% 80% 80%+ %
Houd Hershey 1 13% 13% 13%
| HsenuFml .20b 2 28% 28% 28Va— %i
j Houston 011 2a 14 1173/* ns,%
1 Howe Sound 4u 14 20 19% 19% % ;
• ‘Hud & Man 2 2% 2% 2% I
! hUO Bay M 4 2 58 58 58
fhuuDCp Ooe 272 8% 8% ©%+ %
1 Hus.RfK 1 20a 2 22% 22% 22%- %
111 Central 4 61% 60% 60%- %
111 Power 2.20 6 31V* 51V*+ %
1 Ing Rand %k 2 53 p 3
inland Stl oa 7 70 69% 69%- %
liuuira Cop lg 9 55% 34% 343*- 7
In»eiiake OOg 4 22% 22% 22%- %
int Bus M4b 1397 397 397
fnt Harv 2 26 37% 36% 37%+ %
1 IntJVi vtCh i 60 1® 35% 35% 35%
1 Int Mining 20e 3 3% 3% 3%
1 Int Nick 2.20 23 64% 64 64 + %
' Int Pack .Jog 6 14% 14% 14%- %
1 Int Paper 3b__ 6 88% 87% 87%- %
Int tiy Lcn Am 4 10 10 10
1 Int T&T 1.20 136 27% 26% 27 +%
1 ! Int Util 1.60 4 34% 343/* 34%
! Intel v Pw 70 6 133* 13% 133*- %
1 Intertypel.4ob 2 37% 37 37 -
fowalliOEl 80 © 33V* 33V* 33%
1 isl rk Coal 1 4 21% 21 21%
j-K
Jewel Tea 2 7 4©% 48* * 48%+ 1/4
Johns Man 3a 3 86% 86% 88%
1 Jones &L 2 141 38% jS 38%+ %
1 Kaiser A 1.30 44 83% 81V* 81%- %
Kaiser of 2>/a 7 117 j. 14% U - >a
KanCP&L 1.80 6 40% 40% 40**- % I
Kan City So 3 4 79% 79V* 79>/*+l
Kan P&L 120 4 23% 23% 23%+ % i
Kavser j */ 4 e 2 18% 18% 18%+ %
KeLev Hayes 2 3 30% 30% 30%
Kennecot 1 V*g 6 111 110 ilO%+ %
Kern CLd 2a 8 54% 53% 54
1 Keystone 2 .. 2 37% 37% 37%+ %!
Kinney 1 60__ 2 39 39 39 -3
1 Koopers 2a .. 21 44% 44% 44%+ % j
' KresgeSS 40g 10 30% 29% 30 + %
: *■
Lambert I'* 11 33V* 33'A 33'A- Vi
Lee Rub It Tire 14 23V* 23V* 23V4+ V. i
, ; Lees It Sons it 12 30'A 30V* 30V*
l j Lehigh CAt N 37 12'A 12 12V* |
, i LehPortC 1.60 6 »7>a =7'A »7'/«+ v* I
, I Leh Vat Coal 4 2 2 2
, i LehVRR I.UO 13 22‘A 22'a 22'A+ 'A:
Lehman dog 14 44V. 4>V* 43V*- V* i
. Lerner St 1.120 5 21V* 21V* 2lv*- V*
, LOFGlassV.g 2 69V* 69V* v9**+ '*
. ; LibMcN&L BO 53 16V4 16V* 16V»- 'A !
Lißg k; MV ■) a 23 63V* 43V* 63V.+ *A '
, Link Belt *J.4O 13 51'A 50V* 51 j
. Lion 01. :: 14 44'. 44 44 -'A I
, Lionel Cd NOa 3 ISV. 18V* 18V»- V* I
, LlnuidCar 1.40 1 27 27 27 - '/«
. Lockheed U.4oa 38 50V4 50V* 50'A+ 'A |
, Loew's '/«g 29 IBVa 18V. 18'/.
Line seems 9 57V4 57'/. 57'/. 'A I
. I oneSOas 1.40 30 29 28V, 26V«- ',* !
i Long Isl Lt 1 17 22V4 22V. 22V*- V* |
1 LoriUard liOg 19 21V* 21V4 21V*
Lo’lA-Nashl '.g 4 82'A 82'A 82'4-V*
1 Lowenstl.lo 4 23>A 23‘A 23'/.- V*
!i M
i.MkMWd '.g 6 13*A 13V4 13V*+ >A |
i MacAnd&F Sg 3 51»A 51»A 51'A+ */*
i ; Mack Truck 11 21 20V* 20V»- V* I
l Macy 1 BO 25 29‘A 28‘A 28'/*- ',*
i Magic Chef 4 10'A 10 10
Magma Cd 3.! U 84'a 83'A 84'A V 4 :
i Magnavoxl'Ab 30 35'A 35 JsV*+ Vi
i Manat' Sugar 10 7V* 6V* 6V*— V*
> MaiacOll IBg 3 9V» 9'A 9'A
> Marathon I SO 11 33 32va J 3
MarlncMtd .80 5 lb'/. 18'A tS'A- V*
Martin GLlr 23 36V* 35V® 35VA—
: Martin Par '*g 7 16V* 16‘A 16V*— ‘A j
Masonite I * 2»V. 29'A 29'/. |
MayDStr 1.80 14 36V* 35** 36 + v*
Maytag of 3 3 56'/. 56‘A 56'A+ 'a !
Me'lords 5 25V* 25V* 25V*- 'A I
1 McCrory St 1» 12 15V* 15V* 15'A+ V* i
McGraw El S 3 55'A 55 55V»
i Mclntyre Sa 2 71>A 71'A 71>A+ >A !
> McKess&R S'A 3 40V* 40V* 40V.+ V*
i Mead Coro Sb 6 56 55V4 56 + 'A
I Me'vShoe 1.80 4 33V* 33'/. 33'A- ‘A I
> M.’cam St la 8 24V* 24'/. 24'/.+ v* ,
I Merf kffcCo 80 26 26 25V* 25V*— V* I
i Mel aenLlno Sa * 50 50 50 i
l M . rChiOAS S 50 24'A 24V* 24'A- V*
MestaMchS'A* * «5 44V* 44V*
Miami Cod 'A* v 9 40V* 39V* 39V4 ‘A I
Mid Cent Pet 4 3 105'/. 105 105 -'A
Mid SCI 1 * 10 32 *» 32 5 * “V*
> Mi ll Stl Pd It * 43 42‘A 42‘A-l'A
MtnHony S.4o* 2 110'A 109‘a 109*A— l'A
. Mine Moline 5 17V* 17V4 17V4+ V* i
' ’ Ml. A:SI Ll 40 2 25'A 25‘A 25V*— V* |
vtlpe’-BSM ‘Aa 12 18V* 18'A 18*4+ '4
■ I Minn MM 180 3 95V. 94'/. J4'*-I'A i
> MlmvOnP 2.40 8 59'A 59V. a9'A I
> MtsMOP Dev 10 24V* 24V* 24V»— V* ’
i 1 Mo tag rex 62 14V* 14V* 14‘A
iIMoKT pf SWtfc 4 86>A 66 86'A-'A
> j *Mo Pacific of 3 BJ'A 83 83 —1
i i Moiud Co 1 .SO 6 16V* 16'A 16V4- 'A
MonaVHO - 1 * 2 112V* tl2 ,12V*
j M PlDakUlll 1 6 29V. 28V* 28V*- 'A
i Mo- tereyC 80 4 33 33 33
I Mont Ward :ia 21 78V* 77V4 77V4- 'A
• MomeMcC IVi * 19'A 19'A X9'A- ‘A
• Mo-rell A 3 19V* 19V* 19V*+ V*
> Motor Product * 23V* 23V* 23V*- V*
* Mot Wheel S 2 28V* 28V* 28V*- V*
Sales—
Stock and Add Net
Dividend Rat* 00 High Low 1:15 cht
umoiolalVi 1 48V* 48V* 48V4- ‘A
Mueller B 1.60 7 38 37V* 38 +V*
Mullins 160 223 22V* 23 |
Munswetrl.su 1 19'A 19V* 19V4+ V*
Murohv 1 ‘Aa 142 V. 42>4 4214+ ‘A
Mu'’ ay Co S 4 34V* 34V4 34V4- V* :
N
NatAirlint 60 1 22% 22% 22%- % |
Ntt Auto FI 11 17% 16% 17%+ %
N»t Biscuit 2 . 3 43% 43H 43H+ % «
Nat Can 3 14% 14% 14%+ %
NatCashß 1.10 7 44% 44»/4 44%+ %
Nat Cent .60 38 14% 14%
Nat Cont pf 1« 4 6 26% 26% 26%
NatCylOasl.2o 9 22 21% 21%- % j
Nat Dairy 100 27 39 38% iB% %
Nat De o , B tr 17 23% 23% 23%- %
Nat Distill 1 27 21 20% 20%
Nat Gypsum \‘b 36 49% 48 48%+ %
; Nat Ovpsum rt 329 IMs I%s 1%
Nat Lead ‘a* 7 61% 61% 61%- %
Nat Mall 4 26% 26 26
, Nat Share .JOh 20 16% 16% 16%+ %
! Nat Shares rts 27 %% %
1 Nat Steel :< 11 64% 64% 64%
NatSugßef *’a 5 41 41 41
NatSupply'.*%a b 42% 42% 42%+ %
Nat Tea I 60b 3 43% 43% 43%+ %
Nat Theater % 24 9% 9% 9%- % t
Natomas ,:tOg 23 e% 8% B%+ % j
New Eng El HO 28 17% 17% i7%
Newmont M :1a 9 87 86 86 - %
Newot NSh Sa 106 78V4 75V* 76 - V*
NYAIr Br 1.60 22 26V* 26>A :*>A- V* |
NYCentral Via 121 38V* 38 .BV*+ *A .
i NYNH&H pf 010 65 64V4 64V*- V*
I NY Shtpbd ‘Ac 6 24V* 24V* 24V*+ V*
NY Sta S&Q S 5 39'A 39 39V4+ ‘A
Nla MPw 1 .fill 21 33V* 32V* 32V*
Nodco Ch 1.40 1 29'A 29'A 29>A+ ‘A
Norf&West 3a 17 52V* 51V* 2 -V*
jNo Am Avl» .'la 32 55'A 54'a 54'A— V*
Nor Nat Gas S 4 42V. 42V. 42',*- 'A
Nor Pacific 3 88 75',. 74'/. 75V4+ ‘A
Nor Bta Pw .80 15 16V* 16V. ltV*+ 'A ,
Northrop 1.80 47 32V* 31V* 32 - V* I
NorwstAlr SOg 16 23'A 22V* 22?*- V* :
NWst Apf 1.15 7 34V* 34 34 - 'A
Norwich ..’log 10 34'/. 34 34V4+ V*
0
Ohio Edls S.SO 2 45V* 45V* 45V»- V*
Ohio 011 3 8 70'A 70V* 70V4- V* I
Okift OA’E 1.60 4 33V* 33V* J3'A j
Ok la OA-E rts 77 'A %, %*- V»,
OkIaNGasl.SH 12 I3V* 23‘A 23‘A- 'A
v.lln Math Sb 18 53V. 52V* 53 - V* !
Oliver Co .log 13 16V. 1«V. 16'A- V*
Outbrd M V.g 4 37 36V* >7
Owens Cm, I 6 b 5 83 83V.+1'/.
Owens 111 014 8 109‘A 108'A *O9 +1 |
OxfordP I SO. 125 45V* 43 44'.+2>A
P
Pabto Pd > 4 e . 7 23% 23% 23%
PacG&E\l.‘fO 3 47‘/a 47% 47%+ %
Pac Light 2 9 38% 38% 36%- %
Pac Tin .1 Ug 13 9% 9% 9%- %
Pac W Oil I 16 46% 45% 46 - %
! PanAmAii .HO 34 18% 18% 18%- %
Panh EP L 2*a 7 83% 83 83»' 4
, Panh Oil ,15g 141 12% 12% 12%
Param Plct 2 2 37% 37% 57%- %
Park Dav ]AO 66 48% 47% 47%+ %
Parmelee Tr % 1 11% 11% 11%+ %
Patino M ;i%f 4 5% 5% 5%
Peabody Coal 10 76% 7 + %
Peab Coal of 25 17% 17% 17%+ %
Penn Dix M 3 87% 87 87 - %
Penn Tex la 19 20% 20% 20%- %
PenneyJC*.\6oa 6 50% 90 90
Pa Pw&Lt 2.40 13 43% 43% 43%+ % j
Penn RR 1 98 27% 27% 27%- % !
Penn Salt 40g 8 47% 46% 47 +% I
Peoples Gas 7 4 157% 157% 157%-1% !
Pepsi Cola 80 79 19% 19% 19%
, Pfeiffer Brew 18 9% 9% 9%
Pfizer la 31 43% 43 43%+% !
PneipsD 2.60a 12 57% 56% 56%- % I
; PhnaElec 1.80 22 38% 38 38%+ % j
Phil &RC & I 8 15% 15% 15%
Phllco 1.60 15 38% 38 38%+ % j
PhiliDMorris 3 25 39% 39% 39%- %
Phillips Pet :i 15 76 75% /5%- %
Pillsb Mills 2 6 55% 55 55
Pi’ Coke&C 1 5 23% 23 23 - %
Pit Forg I 17 17 16% 16%+%
PittPlaiG 45g 5 68% 68 68% i
i PittScr&B .40 67%7% i* 7%+ % i
! Pitt Steel 2> 27% 27% 27%- % J
Pitt, ton Co lb 10 26% 26% 26%- % 1
PlymOil I.6ub 6 4% 33% 33%- %l
Poor&Co B1 % 2 20% 20% 20%+ % t
Potom El Pw 1 14 20% 20% 20%- %
Proi t&Gam .1 8 97 97 97 - % !
Pub SCM I .GO 9 42 41% 41%- %
PubSE&G 1.60 32 30 29% 30
Pub Svc Ind 2 13 39% 39% 39%+ % j
: Publicker %f 78 12% 11% 12 + %
: Pullman :ia 570 69% 69% % |
Pure 011 2a 6 81% 01 81 . S
Q-R
QuakOatsl .40 9 30% 30% 30%-%!
Radio Cp la 21 43% 42% 42%- Va !
Rayonier 2.40 11 75 74% 75
1 Raytheon 1 >*f 166 25Va 24% 25 +%.
J F eves Bro 1 8 14% 14% 14% % ,
■ Reliance 05g 20 14 14 14
I Pem Rand 135 41% 41 41% % !
i fteo Hold 20y 30 323>* 32% 32%
ReoubAvlalg 15 37 36% 36%+ %
! ftenub Piet %f 10 6% 6% 6%
Repub Plct of 1 9 14% 14% 14%+ %
Republic Stl 5 37 84*/a 83% 831/5-1%
Re\ ere C 1 + 4 g 6 69% 69% 69%-l
RexallDrug % 31 8% 8% 8%
Reyn Met J a 1 155% 155% 155%+ %
RevTob B 2.40 40 41% 40% 40%- %
RheemMf*2 40 14 39% 38% 39 -1
Richfield O .‘la 3 71% 71 71 - %
Ritter Co 2 2 29 29 29 +1
RKO Pictures 5 8 7% 8 + %
RKoThea 20g 33 9% 9% 9%- %
Roan Ant 1.22 c 23 14% 14% 14%
Rob Fulton 1‘ a 4 30% 30% 30%+ %
i Rock Sp&Ax 213 27% 26% 26%+*%
i Rohr Alrc 1 4 28% 28% 28%- %
: Ron son 15i 14 12% 12%. 12% - %
: Roy Dutch .THg 31 78% 78% 78% %
i RoyalMcß 60g 9 22% 21% 22 - %
Ruppert '4g 3 15% 15% 15% %
s
SafewayS 3.40 9 44V* 44 44V*- 'A
dales cVDf4.no 8 109>A 109 V. 109V4+ ‘A
bt Jos Lead ’.g 14 «6t. 46'A 46V4+ V*
Si L SanFr 3 .a 11 27‘A 26V4 26V*- V*
StßegPap I.SO 18 39 38'/. 38'A- V*
d anDieOAE.SO 16 18>A 17V4 18'A+ V*
SangamoEl'.a 10 28 s . 27'A 28>f,+1‘/.
Savagt Arms 1 10 13?* 13V* 13?*+ '/.
Schenley Ind 17 23V* 23‘A 23V*+ ‘A
Scherlng 'A 121 25?* 24V. 25V4+1V*
Scott Pap I.SO 14 58V* 58 58‘A— 'A
Scab AL RR 4 10 82'A 82 82 -1
Scab Fin I SO 4 31'A 30?* JO?*
neaooard 011 1 29 50 49'a 50 + 'A
S-arsdoeS.4o* 11 81'A 81 81'/.+ V*
Servel 14 8 7?* 7?*
Sharon Stl 'ig 111 44V* 42?* 44 +lV*
Shattuck 40* 4 10‘A 10V* 10V*- V*
Sheller Mfg I'A 724 V» 24V* 24V*
Sheraton ,40b 9 16'A 16'A 16V*
SlnclairO S.BO 40 55V* 54'A t4V4- V*
Skells 011 1 .SO 7 52'A 52 52Vi- V*
Sivith AOS 6 44 43V* 43V*- V*
Smith Alex 1 14V4 14V4 14V4
smith Cor .60 2 23 23 23
; SmlthDOU I.SO 10 29 28V4 28V4+ 'A
1 Socony vac Sa 27 53V* *3V* 53V*— V*
Sc'ar Alrcft 1* 5 24V* 24V* 24V*— 'A
Ro tm GAP ‘ i 9 10V* IOV* 10V*- V*
SoCarEAO.tm.il 18'A 18'a JS'A
SoPkicSug.DOd 133 V. 33V* 33V*— V*
SouCalEd 5.40 11 48'/, 47V* 48'A
SouthernCo.fO 14 20?» 20V* 20V<
So N Gas 1 BO 2 33V* 33 s * 33VA+ 'A
! sou Pacific n 22 58?* 58 'sß'/. V*
1 South Rail :ia 7 85V4 84V* 84V*-IV*
| Sou Ry of S'/, 3 51V* 51 51 I
! SowestPS 1,3 Sl3 27'A 27V* 27'A- V* !
; Sparks With 5 5V* 5>A s'a
SoenKel 1 SO* 5 20V. 20V* 20V*
Sperry Ad 50 64 63V* 63'A
| Snteael 36 12?* 12V* 12?*+ V*
Uauarcileal Sa 15 47 46V* 47 + ?*
! Sid Brands Sa 10 39 36 s * 39 +'A
Sid Coil Prd 1 9 19'A 19V* 19V*
StdOAEII'Af 3 lOVt 10?* 10?*
j Std Oil Cal .'lb 16 79V. 7fc s /. 79 -'A
std 0 Ind 1.40 24 45J* 45 45 - 'A
StdOilNJ l'/.g 68 113V* 112V* 113'/.- **
. S'd Ry So log 17 llVa lIV* 11V*
! Stan Warn Ug 8 20‘A 20v. 20'/.- V*
R'.erl Drug Sa 3 45 44V* 45 + V.
i3teeWarl.no 16 25‘A 24V, 25 - 'A
I Stone AW se 19 28V* 28>A 28V*- 'A
i Sti"filial 1.0" 54 61V* 59V* 60V*— V*
! Stud? Pack 35 12V* 12‘A 12 s /*- V*
! St" Chm .BOA 27 15V* 15 15 -'A
1 Suit Oil lb 5 73'A 73 73V*+ V*
I Sunoeam la 11 47 45V* 45 s *— V*
I Sunray o I.SO 46 23V* 23Vi 23‘A
■ SuUrriorS 1.40 14 25V* 247* 24V*
| Swift ACo Sa 348 47V* 48
' wylv El Prod SlB 44V* 44V. 44V*
! Bym Gould *4 11 BV* B‘a BV.+ V*
T
Tclautgr I .nob 2 33 s * 33V* 33V*— ‘A
! Tcnri CD BOh 5 47‘A 47>A 47V*+ V*
Texas Co na 41 95‘a 94 95 +lV*
i TexOulfPl+Oa 6 89‘A 88‘a\89'A+1V*
| TcxGullSul ‘Ah 14 41'/. 41 41 -V*
1 j Texas lustr 22 15'A 15 .5 -'A
: TexPCAOI 4"a 18 54V4 54 54V*+ 'A
Tex Util J.IBs 10 71V* 71V* 71V.+ V*
I Textron .Hlg 46 15 14V* 14V*- v*
Textron pf IV. 4 20V* 20’/b 20V.+ V*
Ih mp Pd n.-it 12 59'/. 58 58 -IV*
Tide Wa As V.r 6 28 27V4 '7V*- v*
i TttieWa Df I .SO 6 27V* 27 s * 27V*
Tin k R Beai n 4 53 ’,2‘a *2'A- s *
: Toledo Ed 12 14V* 14V* 14V*
| Tn.iV Air 2 31 31 J1
- Transamerl.4o 15 40V. 4o 40<A+ V*
! Trl ont 80* 11 *6?* 26V* 26V*— V*
I rruax Tr 1 ,B" 6 18V* 18‘A 18‘A
Turk Soli* 8 28V* 28 28 -V*
! TwenCFxl .BOa 36 27V* 27 27V*- ‘A
! Twin Coa .70b 9 16V* 16 16 -V*
1 IXL 011 36 37V* 37>A 37H- V*
: i U
Ud Rite 1 « 1«* 15‘A 15V*+ V*
I Underwood V.* * 35V* 35V. 35‘a— '.*
I tin >sb A Rub 20 9V* 9'A 9V*+ V*
Un Carbide Sa 13 66'A 86'/. 86'A— V*
UnChAMI.SO 10 26>A 26'/. 26'A- V*
IUnEI Mo 1.4 0 30 29V* 29'A 29'A
!Un Oil C»1 5.40 28 57 56V* 57
Un Pacific f>a 3 159'A 159 159 + 'A
' Un Tank C IV* 13 28V* 28 28V*+ V*
UtdAirLlne la 24 45V. 45 45 -'A
j Ucd Aircraft* 15 76V* 76 76'A
UtdClgWh.mg 20 4V* 4V» 4V*+ 'A
i 'JtdCD SO* 37 6V* 6V* 6V*+ V*
j UtdEngAF B" 177 14V* 13‘A 14H+ V*
j Lie Fruv n 24 53V* 53'A >3V*+ V*
i I ti'd Gas Cp IV* 31 33'A 32 s * 52V*—l'A
U'd Gas Imp S 8 37V* 37V 37'a— 'A
UIO MA” M 1 39 19 s * 19V* 19V»- '*
"td"arkCMlne 1 2V* 2V* 2V*+ ‘A
ÜBAForS4.BOe 9 91 90V. 91 +V*
LS f reight S J 52'A 52U 52'A- V*
US OyDSum B 10 2JB 238 Z3B +1
US Hoff MII 58 61V* 59‘A 59‘A+ ‘A
US Indust RO 28 14V* 14V* 14V*+ ‘A
US Lines »k« 20 22V* 21V* 21V*- V*
USPtpeArna 3 84 83>A 8« + '»
i USPlywdt.HO 938 37V* 37?*- V*
i US Rubber 36 44V* 43H 44 -V*
j Stock Prices Decline,!
Most Changes Small;
Merger Is Denied
! NEW YORK, Mar. 30 W.—The j!
i stock market declined moderately j
today with atomic stocks getting
the bulk of attention.
Most changes were covered by
a point, but the extremes ran
i from 11 points lower to 5 points
higher.
Trading mounted rapidly un
der the impact of special situa- j
tions. ‘
Bath Iron Works created a
first hour sensation. It had
gained 15% on Monday and'
Tuesday on rumors of merger ;
i plans. Last night the rumor was
| denied by the company. Buyers
and sellers .finally got together
.on blocks of 10,000 and 2,500
j shares at 63 off 9%. The stock
! posted a maximum loss of 11
before it recovered from its low.
General Dynamics, mentioned
in the merger rumors, dropped
'/• at the start on 4,000 shares.
Then it fell between 4 and 5
i points before starting a recovery }
! move.
Baldwin - Lima - Hamilton
(atomic locomotives? started on
a block of 57,000 shares up 2%
j at 24 Vi.
American Locomotive opened
! on 11,000 shares up % at 25 7 /#.
Poster-Wheeler, linked to the
atom, had a block of 10.000
shares up 1% at 44%, and then
: it quickly pushed its gain to 5
points.
United States Hoffman Ma
chinery with plans for a three
for-one split opened up 2% at j
61% then fceld doggedly to that
price.
1 Bonds moved narrowly.- Gov- ■
ernment issues in the over the!
counter market were easy. i
Washington Securities
BALES
Uot Elec Pwr—t»o at :!<>%, ‘JO at 20V ,
j 200 at 20%. MO at 20V
i Woodward & Lothrop—loo at 38%. 6 at
38. 20 at 38.
j Wash Gas Lt —IOO at 40.
Pot Elec Pwr ;i.«0% pTd A—lo at 43%.
BONDS. Bid. Asked
Georgetown Gas Ist 5s 6J 10H% 111%
i Pot Elec Pow 3%* 77 101
i Pot Elec Pow 3s 83 HH
i Pot Elec Pow 2%s 84 HH
! Ter Rf & W Cp Ist 4s 58 HO
! Washington Oa.- 5s 00 10H
PUBLIC UTILITY BTOCKS
Amer Tel & Tel H x!8o
Capital Transit a.50 xlO% 11
Pot Elec Pwr 1 x 20% 20%
Pepco 3.00', pfd A 1.80 x 43 43% !
Pepco 3.00% pfd B 1.80 X 43
Wash Gas Lt 2 30%
Wash Gas Lt cm pf 4.25 HP 100
' Wash Gas Lt c c pf 4.50 135
BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES
l Amer Sec & Tr 1.80 x 43% 44%
| Bank of Bethesda t 1.50 47
, Bank of Commerce tlO x 352 _
; Capital tl 29
; Liberty 0 410
Lincoln new 1 05
Nat) Sav Tr 11.20 02Va
Riggs*tl2 x 430 ____
i Suburban Trust 1.20 x 52
Union Trust t*2 xTO 75
Washington 00 58 |
FIRE AND TITLE INSURANCE
i Columbia .20 4 5% :
j Firemen s 1.00 30
National Union 1.00 30 j
! Real Estate 20 4 • 4%
MISCELLANEOUS
Oarflnckel com 1.50 x 25 25%
! Oarflnckel 5%«* pfd 1% *25% 20%
| Oarflnckel 4 pfd lVa x 25 25%
I Goldenbers com A 3 4 l
| Goldenberg cv 6% pfd 1%
Hecht Co f 1.40 28% . I
Hecht cm pf 3.75 85% 88 |
Mergenthaler Lino t 2 49*/ 4 51 j
Natl Mtge & Inv com 12
Natl Mtge & Inv pf g. 94 7% 7% I
Peoples Drug St 2 . x 36 36%
Security Storage t 6 . _ 120
Ter Ref & Wh Corp .« 45 .1
Wrtwd St Lothrop 2 SR S 9 1
Wdwd It Lothrop pf 8 X102V4
x Ex-divldend tpiug extra or extras. :
z Arrears half payable June 15. 1955.
half payable December 15. 1955. a De
clared or paid ao far this year.
Dividends Announced
NEW YORK. Mar. 30 (IP). —Dividends
announced:
Initial
Pe- Btk. «f Pay- ,
Rate. rlod. record, able.
Caterpil Trac new 40c . 4-20 5-10
Irregular
j Esquire Inc '2se 4-15 4-29
Stock
Booth Fisheries 20V« 4-20 5-2 j
Regular
i Am Box Board 40c Q 4-26 5-10
i Long Isl Ltg 25c Q 4-15 5-1
Pocah Fuel 20c 4-. 4-18
Sargent & Co . 25c 4-4 4-15
Booth Fisheries 25c Q 4-20 5-2
Clinchfleld Coal 25c Q 4-11 4-20
1 Pittston 25c Q 4-11 4-26
Byron Jackson 40c C 4-‘.fl 5-16
Gladding Mcßean 35c Q 4-8 4-^0
Hydrau Press Brick 20c _ 4-15 n-2
, American Can 35c O 4-21
Jewel Tea 50c Q 0-6 «-20 i
1 Link Belt 00c Q 5-4 0-1
~
i New York Cotton
NEW YORK. Mar. 30 f/PV—Belljni
i turned heavy in cotton futures during
i forenoon dealings today, with old crop
i deliveries dropping more than SI a bale
I under the previous close. Good trade
i buying developed on the reaction in some
: of the new crop months. Selling in near .
months continued to reflect the weight
i of increasing supplies and the belief i
1 I that the loan program will not have
! much bolstering affect on the market.
Noon prices were 20 cents to $1.20 a
bale lower than the previous close. Mav i
33.22. July 33.48 and Octobgr •'»•* 80
Sales— I
Stock and Add Net
! Dividend Rate 00 High Low 1:15 chg
jUS Smelt I%* 10 *5% 55 55 - %
US Steel lg 41 00% 80% 80V5— %
US Tob 1.20 3 18% 18% 10%*** %
UtdStr2Df .80e 9 12 12 12
; Utd Wallpaper 27 2% 2% 2%- %
Unlv Ls Tob 2 4 31% 31% 31%- %
Utah P&L 2 3 45% 45% 45%- %
v
Van Norm 1 10 15% 15% 15%
Van Norm rts 16 1% 1% l%
VanadCpl+Oa 39 42% 40% 42% + I%'i
1 i VertCSui 27e 62 8% f% B% %
M VictChW 1.40a 11 33* a? 3 33 - %
Va Care Chem 22 51% 50 50% %
' i Va E' Pw 1.40 4 3571| 35% 35%
Vulcan D 1 8 18% 18 18 % j
;w . ]
»j W»!woith 3 * 24 11 ?* 11V* ll'A- ‘A
1 i Ward Bax '/,R 11 18 1 * 10 10 i
1 | W»rnßPtcl .'i" 5 19 19 19 +'* ,
1 ! Mar Hud I.oo* 5 34 33'A 33'A— V*
1 Warren Fdy 0 52 S A 50'A SO'A— '/*
' Warren Pei 1 /“ 19 49?* 49 407*+IV*
W*shWP 1.70 3 37 36?* 37 - V*
WavKnitl BOa 2 27?* 27V* 27V*- ?*
1 W JtlhdSua 1 12 24‘A 23?* 23?*— V*
WKv Coa’ 1 4 1* 17?* 17?*- 'A
WPennEl 1.20 8 25V* 25 25 -V*
WestV* P 1.40 » 40'A 40 40'A— ‘A
I WeatAtrL 80* 13 22?* 22 22 -‘A
! Wext Auto 6lf 4 59'A 57?* 57?*-l
Weat M»ry 33 36'A 38 38'A— ‘A
, WestUnT IV.X 13 96?* 96?* 96?*+ ?*
I West*Alrß.:iOl* 22 28'a 28 28V*+ '/.
, Westtn* El Ua 52 7s>A 76 76‘A+ ‘A j
i weaton El In 1 3 30 29'A 29‘A- 'A 1
; Wheel Steel 3 34 =6V* 56 -6>A+ V* ;
iwh rlpo. ■/.« 9 33%. 32?* 33'A- V* J
white Mot 2'.a 32 36", 36?* 36?*- ‘A j
! Wh", sew M 20 BV* 7?» 8
1 j Wilcox OH 1 4 33-, 33V. 33'A- S A I
Wilson &Co 7 12% 12% 12% %,
, Wimi&J.ov .00 8 19% 19 19%+ % I
Wis El Pw 1 % 4 31% 31% 31%-%
' Woolworth *Ja 16 49% 49% 49% j
Worthingtn *Ja 37 59% 58% io*/4+ % ;
Y-2
! Y ale&Town 2
' ; YOikf* 120 13 24% 24% 24%
1 I Youi.g 8&W 1 5 27% 27 27%+ % I
1 i young 8&T 3a 21 77% 76% 77%- %
Yngst St Dr 1 12 15% 15% 15»%- %
Zenith Rad *Ja 4 105 103% 103%-1%
• Zomte Prod 70% 9% 9%+ %
Hourly Sales on the Exchange
» 1100 a m 780 000 l‘Jnoon 1300 000.
' 1:«»« o.m. 1 860 000 'I.OO p.m. 000 000
> iUnit of trading 10 shares or sales in
lU ßates of dividends in the forefbine [
, table are annual disbursements based on
, ! the last quarterly or semi-annual dec
. laratlon. Unless otherwise noted, special
' ' or extra dividends are not included.
a Also extia or extras, o Annual rate
1 | plus stock dividend, d Declared or paid i
i in 1 oplus stock dividend- e Paid last
i year, f Payable in stock, estimated cash
i value on ex-dividend or ex-distribution
, date, g Declared or paid so far this year. I
n Declared or paid alter stock dividend or
split-up. k Declared or paid this year.
1 an accumulative issue with dividends in
1 arrears. p Paid • this year, dividend i
I : omitted, deferred or no action taken at
i last dividend meeting, r Declared or paid
i In 19541 Plus stock dividend, y Ltquidat
, ing dividend, cld Called, xd Ex dividend. !
. x-dls Ex distribution xr Ex rtghta. j
, 1 xw Without warrants, ww With warrants.
I I wd When distributed. wi When issued.
•In bankruptcy or receivership or being
* reorganized under the Bankruptcy Act.
> or securities assumed by such companies.
I NEW YORK BOND MARKET
LIST INCLUDES MOST ACTIVE ISBLEB
Firm*bed fcy Ik* AuMlalcE Pf,"
Chi I U1 tae 97 U6>A
Chi A C tl' Aa 20.V1 80?*
CMBPA Pac*B6>4
Chi A N «* * <+, 99 57?*
Cltle* Ser* Ss 77 9B
Colo P A I *?*• 66 U«‘/l
Col AHoOhElft V.s7" 102 V*
Con Edit !4.s RS 94?*
conHßCtioa3,tf""l 15**
Del Edls RV.s (W 135'/*
Dow Chm Hf 82 113V*
. Erie 4>*s Yfiln 80V*
Flreston* 3V«» 77 102?*
: Oen Mot Act 4> AH 102?*
Gen Mot Ace 8* 69 96?*
: Oen Mot Co ;<>/<• 79 103
Hud A M rla At A7 53
Hud MmeAs 67 29>*
Im Stl ft ".s 72 . 130V*
Int Ot N *1 Os 62 111V*
Lorlllard 3?*i 78 103
Mo Kan T A. 02 104?*
Mo Par 6V.S 49 129
M» Pie A) 77 94
! MoP*c6*Bo 96
NEW YORE CITY
:h R" 105V*
FOREION 1:16
Belgium 4* 84 .... 102?*
Brui!B*4lst 66
DOME&TIL 1.16
Am A f * 6* 2113" 88
Adi A F F 4 Rut 87 79
ACT TAT *?*, #5 143?*
Am r*l :<••«* 84 102V*
ACT I!?** RE 09?*
Am Tob*cco 3V«» 77 101?* ,
Arrooui A Co A* 84 82?*
Atl Refln :>?*, 88 98>A I
B A O ft> 76 B 105V* |
B A O 6, »6 O 101V* \
B A O 4?*» -7010 87?4 I
B A O 4s 75 IQJ'A j
B A O Tr 4s 85 97V* !
Ban* A Ar 4'*s 78 99
Ben Ind 1 2 Vis #1 95'A
Bos A Mt 4s B" 79
! ■* *• ' ?7 *r 95
Bush T Bd 5s 82 96?* I
Cen RR N J3?,tH7. 59?*'
AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE
LIST INCLUDES MOST ACTIVE ISSUES
Furnished br 'he Associated Press
■ Grid Freeh UV*
1 Hardline 35* 51V4 ;
Heel* Min 20 13 s *
lmo OU 90 36?*
ind Hard "A* 6?*
ini Hesi»t 2"a ... 7?* 1
cake *h M 10* s?*
Leal lAa UV* |
L» Land 3* 78',* j
Merrill Pet 9VI* I
Mid 8 Pet SI 15H
Molybden 1 56V*
Nat All Deh 23V*
Nat Fuel O I .* 70'/*
Nat On Elec 3?*
N Bril D Otl 2?*
N Ena I A 1 8 136
N Idrla M 4V*
N Mex A Ar *2'/*
New Pk Una 3V*
Nile* Bern \ n 39V*
Aon Per II "OSe Mt
NordeoKetayCoro 17V*
Oceanic OH *V*
Oeden Co .... BV*
Olvmp R SI 6V*
Pac Pet Ltd 10?*
Panroist Pet 1H
Pintroec OH V.f CV*
Prkb* Aetn* . 7V4
I 16 >
Adam Hat '/a 7 j
act Reoub 7Ur 71?*
Armour srt 6'-* 1
Aro Equip ‘*d 26
Asst. .. aunn 3‘/*
Atlas CD wt 21?*
Axe Science A Elec 11V4
Bald Bee 3"e 3?*
Banff OH ... 2»/i.
Barium Steel V.f ... »?*
Bellan Alrc ... IB?*
Bra, Trac 03d B?*
; Cal El P» so 12'-*
Capital Transit ?** 10?*
, Cenco Co 05e s'/*
Cen Exdlo< Olr 7?*
Clarost Ms V.e 8
Cons Enftn 40 28V*
DuMont A .. ?*?*
O A- P 2"* 10V*
EasrWashß 15* .. 15?*
61 Bond + R ' ?*1 .. 28V*
Eouit, Co !5e .... 5
Parse Oils 2,/t.
Pedcrat Pet 4V*
Plrth Sterl 5
Ford Pran .. 3
Olen Aid Coal 10* 16?*
Gi SwiOrOlla 3V*
Steel Output Peak
Expected in April
: As Demand Expands
i NEW YORK. Mar. 30 UP). —
i The buildup In demand for steel
j will hit its peak in April and
| reach 96 to 97 per cent of rated
capacity before leveling off. Iron
age, the national metal-working
weekly, said today.
The steel ingot is scheduled at
94.5 per cent of capacity this
| week, up a half point from last
! week’s revised rate,
j The magazine said the basis for
j the current buildup Is the ‘terrific
! demand" from automotive man
: ufacturers in the critical pro
duction period just ahead.
"The car markers underesti- |
mated strength of the new car
market and are trying to make
up for lost, time,” it added.
Iron Age also reported as fol- i
lows: / ,
The pressure of demand from |
, the auto industry has created
! tenseness among other steel
i conusmers with the result that
"every one is trying to get his
requirements on the books and
from the mills as fast as pro
ducers can handle them.
This will pitch steel production
j to near-record levels before the:
j seasonal downturn comes.
A summer leveling-off can be
expected, but on a seasonally
adjusted basis this will probably
indicate an Improvement in the
recovery movement. After the
summer breathing spell there
will be another upturn and a
renewed suVge in demknd is vir
tually certain in the last half
of the year.
i Added to the demand from the
automotive, construction, oil and
gas, and container Industries, the
farmer is now buying steel, too,
despite lower commodity prices
, and reduced purchasing power.
| He was practically out of the
j steel market last year.
Produce Markets
Baltimore quotations supplied bv the
United States Agriculture Department:
Apples: About steady. Bu bkts and
Eastern boxes US Is unless otherwise
stated. Pa. Delicious 2% Inch up 2.25-
i iI.OO according to condition, 2% inch
up 2.75: Staymans .1 inches up 2.50-
1 :».00: N. J. Delicious no grade mark. 2*/a
| inch up 2.00. few 2.25: Romes no grade
j mark 2 3 4 inches up 1.50; Staymans no
grade mark 2% inch up 1.76-2.00.
Boxes Pa. Golden Delicious U 8 Fancy
150 s 3.26. few .{.60: 100 s 0.00; Rome*
US Fancy 725-80 s 2.75. 100 s and 110 s
0.00; Staymans US Fancy 108 s 2.75-
0.00: Yorks 72-160 s 2.60. N. J. Golden
Delicious 125 s 0.00. 150 s 2.75. Va.
Romes Extra Fancy 72s and 80s show
, ing some scald 2.00-2.50.
• Potatoes: Old —slightly stronger US Is
' Size A unwashed unless otherwise stated.
1 Pa. Katahdins 50 lb sacks 1.25-1 00,
i according to quality. 10 lb sacks 02 ,
: cents Maine Katahdins 50 lb sacKs
! i. 76-1.80. New—about steady. Fla.
1 Round Reds washed color added 50 lb
; sacks USls Size A 2.50-2.00, few low
! as 2.25, ÜBls Size B 2.25: Sebagos
i washed 50 lb sacks USls Bize A ll.*o.
ÜBl s Site B 2.60.
Sweet Potatoes Dull. Demand light
Bu bkts and hpr USls Del. Puerto
Ricans color added Md. and Va.
Goldens fair to good ■quality 2.50-0.25:
Puerto Ricans fair qualit/ 2.60*3."0.
few bu crates 4.00: White Yams 0 500.00.
0.00. N J. Goldens 0.00-150. Oranc*
2.75-0.50 according to quality: Okia
homas 0.00-0.25.
Poaltrv Quotations
Poultry: Steadv on fryers. Supplies
ad-quate for a fair demand that cen
tered primarily on larger sties. Some
■\ birds of 0 lb. average sold at OO cents.
2‘a lbs. 05. Market steady to Arm on
better quality heavy tvpe hens Offer
ings ample on ordinary and off grade
lots but short on good young hens. Few
heavy type breeder hen turkeys brought
; 40-41 and interest was light Brouers
I or fryers: ;} lbs and over 50-30. mostly
37- Hens: Heavy type 28-33. mostly
30-32. Ducks: Pekins 32-33.
Grain Market
I Flour—Receipts 10.178 100 pound
sacks.
| Wheat—Receipts. 12 541 bushels: ship |
ments. none: stocks. 4.017.242 bushels.
No 2 red winter garlicky, spot, domestic.
2.14 V a: No. 3. 2 11%.
Corn- Receipts. 219,029 bushels: ship
ments. 234.795 bushels: stocks. 1.282.297
bushels.
Oats—Receipts 5.00a bushels: ship- ;
ments. none: stocks. 41.783 bushels.
Barley—Receipts. none: shipments,
none: stocks. 335.094 bushels.
Rye—Receipts 9.950 bushels: ship
ments. none: stocks. 21.091 bushels.
Soybeans—Receipts, none: shipments,
none: stocks. 157.955 bushels
Mlllfeed—Receipts. 488 tons.
Egg Market Weak
(Yesterday’s Quotations)
Eggs. Market weak. Prices 1-Pa cents
lower on large and mostly I cent lower
on mediums. Arrivals verv heavy. Trad
ing slightly Improved at lower price
levels Demand only fair. Some oil pro
levels. Demand only fair. Some oil proc
essed large for storage purchased at
I Prices paid by first receivers delivered
fob. Baltimore, cases included: Large,
minimum 00 per cent A quality, whites. ,
| 40-43' browns and mixed colors. 38Va
i 41: few lower. Mediums, minimum HO per
1 cent A quality, whites. 39-42: brown
j and mixed colors. 39-40. (Current
receipts. 30-30: mostly 33-35).
! Receipts: Eggs. 0.270 cases by truck, j
- • ‘
New York Produce
t NEW YORK. Mar. 30 if) <UBDA > i
Butter barely steady. Receipts 023,000.
Prices unchanged.
j Cheese steady. Receipts 345.252.
Prices unchanged.
Wholesale egg prices were weak today.
Receipts 31.091. New York spot quota
l tions follow Midwestern: Mixed colors:
Extras <4B-50 lbs.) 38-38%: extras
large (45-48 lbs.) 37-38: extras medium
30-37; standards large 30-37; rehindled
i current receipts 35-30; dirties 35-30; «
! checks 34-35. Whites. Extras (48-50
i lbs.) %-40; extras large (45-48 lbs)
38-
Nearby Tod Quality (48-50 lbs) 42%-
43%. mediums 39-39%. Browns: Top
j quality <4B-50 lhs> 41-42; medium*
39%-40.
i ~ j
; Metal Quotations
NEW YORK. Mar. 30 "Pi.— Spot non- !
ferrous metal prices today. Cooper,
i3B cents a pound. Connecticut Vsllcy.
'Lead. 16 cents a oound. New York Zinc.
11 ?/* cents a pound, East S', Louis. Tin, :
»I** cents * pound New York At Pitts
burah sera* steel. No. 1 heavy. Quoted
*t 38-39.
I: Mo P*c As 81 BAi*
I Mo PM 4s 76 U7H
i Mo, AEr SA, tfiOO 73
i Ntt Bt' :lt*s R? 100?*
NOTMteCAt) ... 101
i N Y C<o As 'Jtll.t 89'/*
! 1 N V Cen 4W» TOI3 83'*
i N V Ceo 4* HR 75'/* j
i NYNKH 4 s*t 2"2* 75'/*
i No, Pac :<t 5047 80?*
i Ptc GAB .1* 74 SB?*
i Pen RR 4?*s 65 106'/*
I Per up •'<***! 101?*
i Phil El B?*b 83 ... 100?*
i j Pbtilire P n 7"t 83 116
PCCASI Ar 70 .. 108'/*
Btl BP 4s 97 ... 104'/*
i Slnelsii .')V«s 83 .. 123'* ;
i South R* 4s Ad . . 101?*
I South Ry sis Ad .. 103?*
8011 th R* Ar W 4 •'l33V*
i Third A* 5s «" 42?*
On Oil Csllf :is 7fi IC6V4
Vanadium .')•** tin 129
W Shore 4t *.tdl re* 70V*
Peru Oilr AM 2?*
i Pressed Metol lit . 15V* :
1 Pres, ED "A B>VU
Rayiu Cdoc 1 '.*» 33V*
Rem Arms AAe .. 12V*
; n-c Oct Nan 7'* I
Rio O, V»I G Oil . 3V* !
: Roy»l Ol! 2H 12
i Ryan C Pet v*f s'* l
I SaDDh Pet 4‘* j
S»*re A P 20 6?*
Schick la 26V*
Scurr* Rain 2 |
Selby Sh 05* 12?*
Sentry 8 C’on 2V*
81a OA O A 80a ... 37
SlCTosons V* 18V4
Sonotone 20 6
S>d Indust 3 s *
Std Thom 7V*
Ster' Prec ... 8
rhiokol Ch ?if 20'/*
TodaShole 67V*
I■' , rnt wl 12V*
0 S All Cond 3
Dmv Am ... 2V*
Waltham Wat 2'*
Webb A Knaoo 2?*
W Leasrbld s?*
Woodley Pet V* 71?*
Merger Is Approved
For First National,
National City Banks i
NEW YORK. Mar. 30 </P).
Stockholders of National City i
Bank of New York and the First
National Bank of New York to
day approved a merger agree
ment arranged by directors of
the two institutions by wide ma
jorities.
National City shareholders au
thorized the merger by a vote of ;
82 per cent of the 10 million j
shares outstanding. Nearly 86 per
cent of First National shares ap- j
proved the agreement.
The first combined statement;
of condition of the new institu
! tion, the First National City
Bank of New York," as of March
31. will be announced April 5.
Combined resources of National
Citq and First National on De
; cember 31 totaled $7,180,000,000.
Business Briefs
Electric Power Production in
the week ended March 26 totaled !
9,907,000,000 kilowatthours com
pared with 9,814,000,000 In the
previous week and 16.7% above
the like week a year ago.—Edison
Electric Institute.
Wholesale Food Index, based
on the cost of a pound each of ,
1 31 foods in general use, this
week declined to $6.52 from $6.55
a week ago and was 12.1% under
the like week a year ago.— Gun
& Bradstreet.
Kennecott Copper Corp. an
nounced it will raise its price
3 cents a pound to 36 cents to
morrow. bringing it into line,
with the price charged by other
producers.
Caterpillar Tractor Corp. stock
holders approved a two-for-one
split in the common stock.
U. S. Hoffman Machinery Co.
directors, decided to split the
common stock 3-for-l, suDject to
stockholder approval at the May
3 meeting.
Daystrom, Inc., and Weston.
Electric Instrument Corp. an
nounced plans for a merger, i
subject to approval by directors
and stockholders who will meet
separately on May 16.
Humble Oil & Refining Co. in
year ended December 31 earned
$146,302,708 or $4.08 a share vs.
$164,257,854 or $4.58 in 1953.
Middle South Utilities in 12 i
months ended February 28
earned $16,393,847 or $2.16 a
share vs. $14,859,359 or $2.09
in 1954.
Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical j
in 3 months ended February 28
earned $7,410,000 or sl.Bl a j
- share vs. $2,955,000 or 68 cents
I in 1954 period.
Hooker Electrochemical in 3 j
months ended February 28 i
earned $1,135,700 or 32 cents a j
share vs. $907,000 or 26 cents in
1954 period.
Other earnings included:
Fir Year Ended December .’lt
l!»54. . 195a.
Richfield Oil f 15.570.701 »:8.«76.400
Per share H..JO 7.*!*!
Penna Elect 1.013.51 k' 10,450.553
Per share
Amer Viscose* 10,487.000 12.254.000
Per share 2.31 2.74
Pecsi-Cola 0 212.090 5,470.88*:
Pc- share 1.07 0.95
Stauffer Chero 5,720.000 5,404.142
Per share 2.44 * 2.31
Schick. Inc 2,004.388 1.518.734 !
Per share 1.44 2.53 i
Union Sulphur 1.523.900 2,039.848
Per share 1.70 2.28 ;
, Baldwin Piano 1.483.448 1.002.003'
' Per share _ 11.01 7.*2
Barber Oil 913.542 3.857.709 ,
Per share 1.21 5.11 '
Chjcago Grain
CHICAOO. Mar. 30 (/Pi. —Grains
eased in routine dealings on the Board ,
of Trade today, limiting losses to frac- !
tions in most cages.
The market showed right at the start j
that the rally of the previous session
in all cereals except soybeans had ;
; created no accumulation of buying 1
orders overnight. A slightly easier
tone was present on initial transactions.
Thereafter, a small bulge in selling
orders sent prices down further.
Wheat near the end of the first hour
was V 4 to % lower. May 82 13: corn
% to Y> lower. May $1.45%: oats un
changed to % lower. May 70%: rye un
changed to 1 cent lower. May $1.03;
soybeans late 1% lower. May $2.52%.
and lard 7 to in cents a hundred
pounds lower. May $12.82.
! Soybeans -were a weak spot in the
grain picture. Not only was this
grain unabl* to advance with other
cereals yesterday, but it was the
weakest at the outset today.
, While caih beans receipts at
I terminals showed no important increase,
many gralnmen were convinced that
with the coming of warmer weather
producers will be forced to sell in order
to avoid deterioration In quality of
I stored beans.
The Agriculture sDepartment. in a
lengthy summary of the soybean situa
tion. concluded, “soybean prices this
spring and summer are not likely to
average as high as the $2.54 to $2.01
a bushel received in the October. 1954,
to February. 1965. period.’’
A program for transferring wheat
supplies was announced by the Agri
culture Department It will sell Gov
ernment stocks at country storage points
at the market price while at the same
time buying an equivalent amount at
terminal or port locations.
The Government authorized Chile to
buy $2 million worth of wheat. Weather
was fair in the winter wheat belt.
Some points reported it was windy but
there was no mention of dust.
West Germany bought 1.400.000
bushels of corn.
Odd-Lot Dealings
NEW YORK. M*r. 3" 1/P —Th* N*w
York Stock Exch»n«, reported tod»y
these odd-lot lr*ns*cttans by Drincloxl
dealers on the exch.nae for M.reh in-
Purch»se* of C 52.841 ih»re,. salts of
il.'lß.tnß share* lodudtn* 3.433 •harts
•old short.
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