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THE EVENING STAR
Washington. D C.
TUESDAY- Aran. IS.' IMA
TAX-EXEMPT
INCOME
We will be pleased to
submit a list of securities
and chart showing tax
exempt yield vs. taxable
yields
FOLOER, NOLAN-
W. B. HIBBS A CO.
Insestmtnt Securities
725 Fifteenth Street N.W.
Sterling 3-5252
r
Mackall & Coe
Members
New York Slock Exchange
626 Woodward Building REpublic 7-1133
Investment Counsel
VAN CLEEF, JORDAN, WOOD AND DAVIDGE,
INCORPORATED
Union Trust Bldg., Washington 5, D. C., ST. 3-2267
Associated Offices
14 Wall Street National City Rank Building
New York Cleveland
* r
We hsve specialized for many
years in the buying and sell
ing of large blocks of listed
stocks for corporations, financial
institutions and selected individu
als on a straight commission basis.
Our partners and resident man.
agerscontinueto personally ha n d le
these confidential transactions.
Burton, Dana & Co.
Members J\ T eu- York Slock Exchange
WASHINGTON
NEW TOKK PHILADELPHIA
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4.1*1- r‘ri 1 J
The HARE and
<** TORTOISE...
I ftf Bang! And the bare was off
like a shot, the race half won.
Then be stopped for a rest—but
He
plodding along, finally the
■ napping—and. a* every hodv
Wffr knows, went on to win in a walk.
That's the wav it is in the stock market, too.
Day after day you hear stories about spectacular
profits being made in the market . . . about big
apeculators who made fortunes overnight.
But year in and year out, the man who does best
is apt to be the one who invests for the long pull,
who adds a little to hia portfolio now, a little then.
Nothing flashy about it, but if that's the kind of
an investment program that appeals to you, we'll
be glad to help.
Just write us a letter about your situation, and
we’ll tell you what kind of investments seem most
auitable for you. There’s no charge, of course,
you simply address—
Department 88-33
Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner a Beane
F. C. HUNTER. PARTNER A. G. WARFIELD. MGR.
815 Fifteenth St. N.W. Equitable Building .
WASHINGTON 5 BALTIMORE 2
Telephone Executive 3-2121 Telephone MUlberry 54201
MORTGAGE LOAMS
• RESIDENTIAL
FHA I Ol • CeataaMoaal
• COMMERCIAL
Weil-teased null turn
FRANK S. PHILLIPS
927 15th St. N.W Dl. 7-1411
Representing
New England Mataa! Ufa Ins Ca
Tha Midland Mntaal Ufa Ina Ca
m
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE
the Aaseeiated Free*
Stock and Add Net
Dividend Rata on Hleh Low 1:IS ch*.
A
Abbott L1 SO U 44% 43% 44 -vs
ABC Vend Mi • 14% 14% 14%+ %
ACF Brill 4*.1 33 •% 9 •%+ %
ACt induit an Si 37% 56% 57 +1
Acme Stl Ibo 26 2*% 29% 2*%+ %
Ad am I Ex 301 2 43% 43% 43%
Admiral 1 16 26% 26% 26%- %
Air Redue 140 17 30% 30 30 - %
Air Red of 4% 2 115% 115% 115%+ %
Alaikm Juneau 46 3% 3% 3%
Alden, i SO .. 14 11% <1 21 + %
Alleinanr _ *3 9V* » 9%
Allea L. Si) 2 4 48% 46 46 - %
Alien tnd AOm. 14 16% 16% 16%+ %
Allied Chm :ta » 100% 99% 100%- %
AllledKld I 30 2 22% 22% 22%- %
Allied Ullla to 3 36% 36 30%- %
Allied Stores 3 6 55% 55 55
Alhs Chaim 4 24 80% 79% 79%- %
Aloha P C 4.1. 2 101% 101% 101%
A1 ,m Ltd 3 29 MH 88% 89
Alum Am 100 4112 112 112 + %
Alum Am Wl . 4 56 56 56 + %
Amal Leather. 4 3% 3% 3%
Amerada 3 12 203 200% 200%-3% ,
Am Airlln 20* 61 27% 27 27%- % 1
Am Air! nt 3% 1130% 130% 130%- % '
AmßkNote 4 28% 28% 28%+ % !
Am Bosch %d 18 19% 19% 19%- % .
Am Brk Shoe 3 10 37% 37% 37%- % I
Am Brd Par 1 36 26% 26% 26%- % I
AmCbIAR 30e 78% B% e%
Am Can I .40* 75 39% 38% 38%- %
Am Can of I % 3 45% 45% 45%
Am ChACbl 3a 4 37% 37% 37%
AmChlcle V%a 6 67% 67 67%+ %
Am Crys 8 1.30 2 29% 29% 29%+%
Am Cyan 3 63 52% 52 52 - %
AmEncaus (Ua 4 13 12% 12%- %
Am Exnort 16 17% 17% 17%- %
AmAForP 60a 62 15% 15% 15%- %
, AmGuklll 80 9 46% 46% 46%- %
!Am HideALea 7 5 4% 4%
l Am invent i. 60 5 31% 31% 31%-%
Am Loco 1 25 23% 23% 23%+ %
Am MAFUy lb 33 34% 33 33%- %
Am Metal %*. 20 55% 54% 54%+ %
AmMetPrd 1% 13 25% 25% 25%- %
AmMPd 011.1) 2 27% 27% 27%+ %
Am Motors 94 12% 11% 12
Am Nat Gas 3. 4 56% 56 56 -1%
Am News I % 17 34% 34 34%- %
Am Ootlcal 3 18 46% 46% 46%+ %
AmPotasnß 3b 16 87% 87 87 - %
Am Rad 1 38a 56 23% 23% 23% j
Am Sat Rax % 18 8% 8 8 - %
an. Seating la 6 33% 33% 33%+ % I
j 'AmShipßld 1*460 68% 63 65 -4%
Am Smelt 3 29 49 48% 48%
|Am Btl Fd '.* 5 34% 34 34 - %
' Am Stores 3b 9 52 51'+ 52 + %
AmSumTob V,« 1 17% 17% 17%- %
Am relATel 9 42 180% 180% 180%- %
am Tob 3.4(1e 31 70% 70% 70%- %
Am Viscose 3 82 49% 48% 48%- %
Am Zinc I . 22 22% 22 22%. %
Anac Conner 3 77 62% 61% 61%- %
AnchHO 1 60a 7 35% 35% 35%+ %
And Prl O 1 60 19 52% 50% 52%+2
Andes Con le 3 23% 23 23%+1%
! Archet Dan 2. 2 41% 41% 41%+ %
i Arso Oil 1 .2 27 27 27 - %
I Arrncn 8t) 90k 8 78 77% 77%+ %
! Armour 44 15% 15% 15%
Arms' Ck 90( 2 96% 96% 96% |
AshlandO lot 33 13% 13% 13%- % j
AssdDryG I 60 1« 30% 29% 30%- %
Atchison oa 3 149% 149% 149%
AtlCityE) 1 60 1 39% 39% J 9- %
Atl Coast L 2 . 46 56% 54% 56 +l%
1 Atl Refln 2 40 36% 36% 36%
Atlas CD 2 . 17 47% 47% 4714+ % !
! Atlas Pdr 2 55% 55% 55%-%:
> Avco Mix .209.213 6% 8% B%+ %
Avco Ml of 2% 2 52% 52% 52%-%
8
BabcockAW 3 17 96 95% 96 +1
Baio Luna SO. 68 19% 19% 19%+ %
i BaltOarE 1 .411 15 33% 33% 33%- %
Balt A Ohio ie 38 45% 45% 45%
I BaltAOh Dl 4 2 63% 63% 63%- %
! BangAAi l»«l 3 34% 34V, 34%
I Barbei oil 2 . 9 59% 59 59%
Baikerßrl 3 16% 16% 16%
: Bathil Wk 260 12 56% 55 56 - %
! Bavuk CIS 60 6 17% 17 17 1
i Beaunl M 1.20 2 25% 25% 25%- % ;
' Beech Air 60k 25 28% 28% 28%- %
! BeechN'J. 120 17 33 32 32%- %
Bell Aire s.h 39 33 32 32»V- % '
BellAHowei' I 4 40% 38% 38%-2
Benaix Avia 2 23 57% 56% 57 - %
Benef Loan l. 11 22% 22 22
Beiikuet Mm 31 1% 1% I% %
Beth Steel 3 Vi* 24 135% 134% 134%-1
Sik-.ow San 15 15% 14% 14%- %
BlaKnox 120 b 5 27% 27 27%
6"a<EWld(l 13 29% 28% 29%-%
Block. Ch 1.40 23 40% 39% 3»%- %
Boeing Air 2a 94 76% 75 75 - %
BohnAlum.36( 12 23% 23 23 -1
Bono Strs 1 4 16% 16% 16%- %
Boiden Mo*._ 8 64% 64% 64%
Bors Warner 2 23 45% 45% 45%+ %
Boston Ed 2.50 6 56% 56% 56%- %
Bos'.unAMaine 25 18% 18% 18%- %
BosMe ol 2.62a 15 41% 41V, 41%- % I
Branlff lit 25 Its 17% 17%+ %
Bri'-eot Bl 12 43% 43% 43%
Brig*,Ml loh 19 20% 20% 20%
BriatolMy 35* 14 32% 32% 32%- %
Bkl.v UGas 1.60 6 34% 34% 34%+ %
8, own At Bk 1 3 14% 14% 14%
Bruns Balke 2 254a 256a 256a- %
Bocy Erie 409 7 346a 34% J4-6a :
Butid Cb 1 20 106 22% 21% 22 - %
BufForge .'log 2 28% 28% 28%+ %
Bullaro %a 32 40% 38% 40%+2%
Burl Ina 60 63 17% 17 17%
tßun 1 of 4'a 440 86% 86 B6%+>*
BLirouk-ie 1 19 28% 28% 28%- 66
Butlei Br 60.. 10 26% 26% 26% 1
Butte f'oDber 10 10% 10% 10%- %
Byron Jlc 1.60 5 30% 30% 30%
c
Callahan Zinc. 22 3% 3 3
Calum&H 60 24 14% 14 14
CampßedL'sk 20 9% 9% 9%- %
CmmpbSoUD%( 6 42% 42% 42% % i
Can Dry bo 13 166a 16% 1«%- % i
Cendo Pac 4,9 50 30% 30 30% j
Caui.alAirl ’sf 64 30% 29% 296*+ %,
Carborun 140 59 35% 34% 34%- % ,
CareyPhll 160 435 35 35 - 6a 1
2910 "AL 110 9 24% 24% 24%-%!
Carrier Cn 2a 19 63 626* 62%- % !
'Carrier nt2V« 600 52% 52% 526*+ %
Case i r 184 18% 17% 18%+ % :
CaterTrac .80* 7 98% 97% 97%- %
Cater Tract wt 1 49% 49% 49%+ %
Ceianese '■«* 59 23% 23% 23%
Ct.otex .*/, 19 30% 29% 296a- %
CenAauli 160 > 21% 216, 21%+ %
Cent ua Rwy 7 57% 57 57
Cen Hud U 16 9 17% 17 17
Cen&BW 102 62 32% 32% 32%- %
Cel de Pas V*d 17 47 45% 45%-l%
Ccrt-teea la 32 25% 25V. 256a- %
CUanceVt 409 30 49% 48% 40%- %
Checker C»u 12 8% u% 8%- %
dies At Oh 3 39 50 49% 49%+ %
Chico CD 80 53 23% 23% 23%+ %
CMSPAPac lg 66 24% 24% 24%- %
CMbPAPOfR 39 - 61% 61 61%+ %
Chi A: N W Dl 3 35% 35% 35%- %
Chi PneuT lls 5 47% 47 47%+ %
Chi R I&Pac 5 30 99% 99% 99%+ %
Childs 4 4% 4% 4% %
Chiysler Via 134 82% 80% 81 -1%
CID GAE 1 20- e 27% 27 27 - %
Cin Ml! M .19 17 66 69% 66 +% |
Cl 1 Financ 2a 10 47% 46% 4«%- % I
Cities Svc 2 . 28 48% 48% 48%- %
citylnvest 30a 4 16% 16 16 - %
c ty PlOd 2Vs 1 36% 36% 36%
city str I 40 7 21% 21% 21%
Clevlte I a 15 22% 22% 22%+%
Cmnax+do 3 18 68% 68 68%+ %
dipt to- 180 19 366* 35% 35%-l%
Coca-Cola 4a 10 124% 124 124 -1
Coiaatepa) 2'v 10 37V, 57 s7 i
ColFuelAJ 729117 26% 256a 25%- %
Col Brd A ‘sf 5 97% 96% V7%- %
Col Oat 40g 45 16Va 16% I«%+ % j
Colum Pic v,d 6 32% 32% 32%- % 1
Col ( ait 2 10 49V, 48% 48Vs- %
CoIASOk I 8(1 7 29% 296a 296a- % !
Conn, Ena 3 1 70% 70% 70%-l }
Com Idea 280 20 516, 60% 51 - %
ComISoIVI 42 23% 23% 23VS- %
ComwEd I SOb 21 40% 40% 40%- % i
CondeNast .60 10 86, 8% 86,+ %
Cone Mill 209 4 20% 20% 20%
CoiiKi.'eum 1 20 236, 23% 23%- %
Con Conner v*a 14 15% 15% 15*/*— %
Cons Kdis 240 18 50% 50% 50%+ % '
Const Electron 2 35% 35% 35%- % !
Cons Foods 1 10 17% 16% 16%- %
Cons NOas 1% 13 34% 34 34%+ %
Contalnet 3 1 67% 67% 67%+ %
Cont Bak 1 SO 11 34 336* 34
Cont Can 3 21 79% 78 78%- %
CinuCopAS 60 24 106* 10% 106*
Cont Dia FSO 2 23 22% 22%- %
Cont Pdy 2a 6 42% 42 42%
Corn Mm so 31 12% 12% 12%- %
Cont .ill 2SO 6 82% 82% 82 - %
Coni Btl 1 so 1 29% 29% 29%- %
Coonei Bess 9 226, 22% 22% %
cc-ooer Rna 7 44 436, 44
CODW Stl 309 < 24 236* 23V*- %
CornProiK! out 10 87% 87 87%- % I
Cot: fill!I 20a 6 35 34% 34%- % :
Comma Ol **h 16 636* 62% 63%+ %
Coadan Pel ib 19 28% 28% 25%- %
Cot, im v«e 6 6% 6% 6%+ %
Coty Inti 10* 12 26* 26* 26* 1
Cram Co 2 28 42% 41% 42%- %
CrmWht 1 60a 2 31% 31 31%+ 6* !
Crown Ck 43* 26 15% 15% 15%+ %
CrownZel 240 12 706* 70% 70%+ %
Cruc Steel %a 38 43% 43% 43V*- %
Crue atl ul 6 • 130% 129% 130
CubAmSua 30a 9 17% 17% 17%
Cudah, Pack 98 B% 86* 0%
Cuneo Press 20 B% 96* B%+ %
CurtltPub 20*210 8% B 86*+ %
Cur Pub ornf.ia 3 81% 01% <l%- %
CurtltaWr 33* 86 22% 22% 22%+ %
Curtiss Wr A 2 3 33% 33% 33%- % |
Cutler 8240 .. 4 73 73 73 +1
D
Daveaa Str • 9% 9% 5%- %
Oarsiruro la 8 28% 28 2BH- %
Dacca Rec 70 12 19% 19% 15%- %
Oean Rock 011 20 70 09% 69%- %
Deere *«* 62 396* 34% 39 - %
De' Ac Hud 4a 3 67% 07 67 - %
Del LAW la 92 23% 22% 23%+ %
Del PAc L1 Vs 2 34 34 34
DenROW I >,* 2 124 124 124 -1% 1 :
Dei Edw Iso 31 36% 36 36 - %
Dei Mich Btv 3 3% 3% J%- %
Dei Bteei Coro 19 14 19% 14 + %
Dim Mat 1 10a 4 97% 57 57 -% '
Diana Oil so 2 13% 13% 13%+ % .
Dltil dS i 20a 14 31% 306* 30%- %
Dl*»* Cun 160 4 90% 98 SB -% j
Dnnaekmn I 40 22 39% 34% 39%+ %.
rvuna Mir 70 10 17% 17% 17%
Daualas Air* M 02% 81 81%- % I
On* Cham 1 37 48% 48% 48%- % j
Drrtteilnd 2% 98 49% 49 49 -%'
Draw rya IM. 9 21% 21% 216%+ %
Duolao 18*.. 12 18% 10>4 18%
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MARKET AVERAGES
ail 1.3 13 HO !
! STOCKS— Indus! Rails. Util. Slks j
I Net chanae —.B +.4 —3 —it
II Noon today 2211.0 t:i6.3 72.3 166.7
Yesterday 22.16 I.IH 1 72 7 166 0!
(Week ago 230.6 13.1.0 71J 186211
Month aao 212.0 123.7 7(12 15821
Year aao 161.8 *4.6 50.1 119. ii
,1965 hlalt. 221.8 1.16.1 73.7166.0
j 1935 10w...... 303.1 114.8 87.2 148.8 j
I _ 2« 10 JO 1010 Low I
j BONDS— Rails. Indtt. Util. Frgn. Yld.
{Netchan** une. nnc. uac. >.3 unc.
Noon today HS.9 BS.fl »«.l 84.4 Itll.o
! Ye?terßoF.. 90.9 98.6 H 9.1 84.2 103.8!
: Week aao «9.n 98. K 08.3 84.1 104.0
Month aao 9*B 95.6 lIS.I 84.1 104.0
I Year ago 08.9 100.4 1 n 0.7 81.0 106.6
j 1955 high 99.6 99.8 10(1.1 84.7 106.1
: 1935 low 98.6 98.6 98.0 84.(1 103.8 I
j 'Compiled by The Associated Press I I
Sales—
! Stock and Add Net
■ Dividend Rate 00 High Low 1:18 ch*.
IDu Pont 1 '.** 12 178% 178 178 -% j
i Duo Light 1 80 34 39% 35% 35%- %
*
Eagle Pun 1% 9 35 34% 34%-%
: E,s'Air Line 1. 39 49 47% 47%+ %
East 8 Stl lb . 6 29% 296* 29%
! East St Stl ru U % % %
: EastKod 1 2nd 4 79 78% 75%- %
I Edls BrS' 140 8 28% 28% 28%+ %
! Ekco Prod 2 . 7 44% 43% 43%~ %
iEI Auto Lt •** 28 43% 49% 42%- %
ElAcMulnd 07* 39 4% 4% 4%+ %
B! Sior Bat >*l 6 33% 33 33 - %
; ElginWtch 60a 4 19% 19% 196w+ %
; Elliott I 12 23% 23% 23%- %
El Paso NO 2 11 52% 51% 31%- %
Emer Elec 140 2 22 22 22 - %
I Emei Rad 40a 10 15% 15 19%+ %
End John 160 6 29% 29 29%- %
| Eauft Gas 140 526 26 26
Erie RR I % 35 24% 241, 24%+ %
Evas sPH V,*.. 3 40% 40% 401*- %
Everaharn 1 . 13 16% 16% 1«%- %
Ex-Cell-O 2 ... 4 49 48 48 +% :
F
Palrb Mot .70* 6 27% 27 27 - %
j Fain e:n* see 32 18% 18 18 j
Fajardo 8 Ua. 2 17 16% 17
! FalatafT Br l 416 16 16 +% I
! Pauateel Ur 2 30V* 30% 30%+ % i
i Pedri Oula . 0 11V* 11% 11% |
Peo Mogul 2* 2 37% 376a 37%+ % ;
! Feoer DSI2 *4 6 57% 57% 57%- % )
1 Fed Par El 60 1 13% 13% 13%
I FedPaßd 180 3 37% 37 37%- % i
; FerroCoro 1"* 8 356* 39% 35%
Flltrol Cd 30* 7 38% 38% 386*+ % j
First N Str '.a 2 53% 53% 52%- % |
Firth CDt 40 2 10% 10% 10%- %
Fllntkota 2.40 642 41V* 42 + %
FloridaPw Ino 10 48 47% 476*- %
Fla pAcL 180 10 65 69 65 +% i
Food Fair 80b 19 52% 51% 52
Food Mach 2 16 52% 52 52
PosterWh 1 60 10 45 44 44 %
Frank Str .80 5 12% 12 12%- % :
Frueh Trail 2b 10 38% 38% 38%- % i
G
aalr Robt 1 b 31 39% 29% 29%+ % j
{Gamble Bk 60 6 9V* 9% #%- %!
| Oar Wood .6 7% 7% 7%- %'
| Oard Den 2 .. 4 45% 45% 45%+ V* j
Garrett 160 _ 4 40% 40 40%-%
Gaylord ’ 80 4 37% 37 37 i
Gen Amin v 10* 4 27V* 27% 27V*+ %
GenAmTr '.'Ua 15 61% 61% 61%
' Qenßroml Vsa 333 33 33 - %
LOen Cable B(ia 16 20% 20% 20%+ %
Gen Dynamics 72 70% <9% 69%- %
Oen Elec 80a 49 52% 52% 526 - %
Gen Poods 1 12 84% 84 84%+ %
Gen Instru Ua 4 11% n% n%
Gen Mills 2U 2 71V, 71 71 - %
Oen Motors la 92 98% 98 98%- %
Gen Mot Dl i-> 1125% 125% 125%+ %
OenPorCe 140 10 51% 51 51%+ 6*
Gen Prec 60a 22 71V, 70 70%+1%
GenPubSv 15e 6 5 4% 5
GenPubU Hia 4 366* 36% 36%- %
Oen Refract 2 4 33% 32% 32%- %
Gen rel • oil 12 46% 46% 46%- %
Gen Time 2b 1 38% 38% 38%
Gen TAcßub 2 2 58% 58V, 58%
:Ga Pac Ply l 18 29V, 29 29 %
: Gillette 1 8 70% 70% 70‘, i
| Gimbcl l 15 24% 24 24%
i Olidden 2 42 41% 41%- % I
■ Ooebel Brw r, i| 5 8% 8% 8%
Goodrich 45h 9 66% 65% 65% %
Goodyear 1* . 6 62% 62% 62%+ %j
Orace Ac Co 2 10 46% 46% 46**- */,
Graham Paiae 4 26* 2% 2%
Orauoy MI Ua 5 16% 16% 16%+ %
Oranite C Stl. 28 29% 29 29
Grant l 8(1 6 40** 40% 40% %
Gt Nli Ore 2e 13 29% 29% 29%+ %
QtNorp* 2.40a 2 77 77 77
gt No 220 22 41% 41% 41%
Ot WBua 1 20a 6 23 22% 23
Green HL ga 2 33% 31% 31%+ %
Greyhound 1 29 15 14% 14%
Orum Alrc ?a 16 37% 376* 37%- %
Guam Sugar 17% 7% 7%- %
! Gulf MAcOh S 12 43% 43% 43%
I Gulf Oil 2b 13 70 69% 69%- %
GulfStUl 1 4.1. 23 34 33% 33%- %
H
; Hack Water 2 245 45 45 +% :
Halliburton 2. 5 57% 57% 57%+ % i
Hamil W 1.20 2 24% 24% 24%+%'
' Hammei Psd 1 5 29% 296* 29%+ % '
! Han Walk 2b 6 42% 42% 42%
HarrlsbSt l*jb 2« 30% 30% 30%- >*
HartßAM IHD 2 336, 336, 336*+ % j
Hayes Ind 120 1 17% 17V. 17V, i
; HayesMt* Klg 3 7% 7% 7%- %
j ga* Atl G1 20 1 23% 23% 23**+ %
HecbtCo 1 40a 1 28** 28V, 28%- %
Hem 05* 12 41% 41 41%+ % :
Heyden Chm ** 417 16% 16% i
Hilton Hotel 2 12 45% 45% 45%~ % I
Hoff Electron 1 2 27% 26% 27**+ % 1
Holland Fur 1 2 15% 15% 15%- %
H .HrSua 1,20 b 1 20% 20% 20%
! Homestk I «0a 13 43 426* 426 - %
i HnnohiOil %* 6 79 78% 79 +1
i Hookei El 80 10 39 38% 38%+ %
j Hood Herahey 5 14% 14% 14%
, House Fin 1.20 129 29 29
. Houston OI 2a 3 118% 118% 119**+ % I
Howard St.* a 2 19% 19% 19% j
{ Howe Sound 40 66 22% 21% 22
i Huoo CD 01* 5 76* 76, 76*
Hussßfa 1 20a 1 24% 24% 246* % ;

Idaho Pw 2.20. 1 59% 58% 58**+ % !
ill central ua 11 63% 62% 62%- %
(ndust Ray .1 6 57% 57 57
Inaer Hand la 7 55 54% 55
tnland hti ::a 4 74», 74 74 %
Insnlra Coo la 4 49% 49% 49% - %i
Interlake 10* 13 24% 24% 24**- %
Int Hus M4b 4 445% 445 445 -3 i
t ' Karv «: 30 38% 38% 38%- »*
fntMocCh 180 9 376, 37% 37%- % |
IntMinln* 20a 15 46, 4% ** i
im Nick 2 20 7 64% 64% 64**- %
Int Pack 10* 7 14% 14% 146*+ %
Int Paper 1b 30 99 95 95**-3%
Int Ry Cen Am 6 12% 12 12 - %
Int Silver 4 17 67 65% 67 +1
Int TAcT 1 20. 38 27% 27% 27%- %
Int Util 1 01. 11 39 37 38 +l%
Interst Pw 70 2 14 13% 13%
Intertroel 4i;b 12 43% 41% 41%-2%
lowalllGEl 80 1 33 33 33 + %
i lowa PA I 140 2 28% 28% 286*+ % |
! >•) Crk Coal 1. 5 22*, 22V, 22%+ % ;
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Jacobs 21 a% 8 8 - % |
Jaeger Mch 2 2 30% 30% 30**-% 1
Jeff Lak 6I 60 5 35% 35% 35%+ ** ;
Jewel lea 2 3 546* 54V, 546*- %!!
i Johns Man la 791 Va 90 90 —l% i;
1 Johl'AJ 14 Da 14 70% 70 70
' Jones At L 2 47 39V* 38% 38%- >* j
; Jov Mil 2U 18 47% 47 47% , ,
Kaiser A) 2 U 8 82% 82% 82V*- % !
Kan PAL 12n 3 23% 236* 23%- %
1 Kelsey Hayes 2 10 30% 3C% 30%+ % ;,
Kennecot lUk 17 109% 107% 108-2
1 Kei nCLd 2a 22 57% 57% 57%- %I!
I Keystone 2 9 38% 38 38>*+l% !
Klmb Clk 180 11 50% 49% 496*-!% j
, Kooners 2a 15 46% 46 46 % i
! KresseSS 80* 11 306* 30% 306* I,
Krone) I.Boa 7 43% 42% 43%- ** ‘!
L . ||
I LacledeOaa.Bo 7 13% 13 - 136*+ %: (
I Lane Bryant) 1 16% 18% 1666+ %11
UeßubAcTl 20 16 22% 22% 22% % •
Lehigh CAt N 6 12% 12% 12% !|
LehPortC IHO 6 59% 59 59 +% ! I
Leh V*l Coal 35 2% 2% 26*- %, i
Leh Val C 2 of 5 s** 5 5 I
LehVRR 1 20 13 24% 24 24% : <
Lehman 30* 10 45 44% 44%- % ; <
Lernei 8t 120 15 22*4 22 22 - %ij
LO F Glass-*,! 8 73>* 72% 73%+ %{•
'.IbMcNAcI 8(1 122 20 19% 196* ;
Lta* AMy 4* 42 66% 66 66 +% , s
Link Belt 2.40 6 55% 55 55 ■
Lion 011 2 42 48% 47% 48%+ % S
Lionel CD 80* 5 19 18% 19
LlouldCar 140 5 28V, 27% 27%-l i •
Lockheeo 2 4ns 191 54 53% 53%+l !f
Loew's Ua 31 19% 19 19 - % ;
Lone 8 C'em 2 3 58% 58 58**+ % i ■
LoncSGas 140 26 316* 30V* 31%+ % f
; LonaßellA .'IXk 6 33 326* 326*- % 1 !
Long Isl Lt 1 19 22% 22% 226* j <
Lonllard 30a 21 22% 22% .’22V* (
LouANath2%* 19 B 5 B4>* 84%- %! 6
Lowenst 1.10 3 23% 22% 22%- %! f
Ml
I
Mack Truck-. 42 24 23% 23%-% '
Macy 1 80 10 29% 89 *9%- % 1
Magic Chef 19%, 9% 9%+ % e
Magma C lUf 3 BJI, 82% B2**-l% f
Maanavoxl V*b 19 36% 35% 35%-l% f
Miuatl Suaar 3 7% 76* 76*- 6* 1
Marathon I 20 17 32% 32 32 - % E
MarlneMtd 80 17 18% 18% 186* S
Marsh Field 2 « 36% 33% 3S%+ % I
Martin OLlr 28 33% 34% 34%- % I
Martin Par 6** 3 17% 17% 176*+ %! t
Masonite 1 3 29% 29% 29*/* % !
Mattel El 160 2 25V* 23% 25%- %i *
Maytat 2 9 32% 32% 32V*+ % I I
MrCrorx SI la 18 15% 15% 156*-% ,
McO-aw Klee i 5 5* 56 56 - %
Mclntyre Ik 3 71 71 71 - % 1
McKessAP 2% 6 426* 42% 426*- 6* ! 1
McLell Store 8 3 26 25% 26 +% I ’
Mead Corn 2b 2 63% 63 63%+ %j 1
Mrlvthoe I Bii 633 33% 34 I 1
MerckACo 80 66 27% 26% 27 + % 1
Merck cnl 4 3 112 111% 112 +1 ■ 1
Mcrrchaoicß 2114 256* 256* 23%- % j 1
Miami Cop 6*« 17 42% 41% 426*+ %: 1
Mid Cont Pet 4 14 107% 107 187 r %! I
Mid *Ut IV* 13 32% 32v,* 32%- 6* 1
Midi Stl Pd 3 8 47% 47% 47% - % 1
Mldw 011 140 13 29% 28% 296*+ % 1
slinHony 8 ina 3 118 118 118 +6k 3
Minn Molina 17 19% 19% 19%+ % 3
MlnAßt LIM 8 29% 29V* *9% !
MInSPBBM Ua 13 19% 19 19 - 6* !
Minn MM 180 9 94% 94 94%. % 3
A
Stock and A44 Met
Dividend Rat* <w> High Low 1.1 A chg.
MlnAOnP 240 7 58% 57% 98 - %
. MmnPAl I2D 8 24% 23% 24 -6k
MlsaionCn lUf 11 39% 396* 396*+ %
Mission Dev 9 .24% 24% 246*- 6*
MistßivF 40 6 58% 98% 58%+ 6*
•Mo Pacific of 5 90 89% 996*- %
i Monarch I ton 8 206* 20% 206*+ %
; Monsanto 26* 10 120% 127 127 -1%
MontUakUtil I 20 20% 276* 20 - 6*
; Mont Pw 160 12 35% 356* 356*- 6*
1 MonterevO 8(1 7 32% 32% 326*- %
Mont Ward la 74 20% 006* 006*- 6*
: MooreMcC IU 2 20% 20>* 20>«
i Morrell 6* 5 12% 19% 196*- %
Motor Product 3 23% 236* 236*- 6*
Mot Wheel 2 5 30% 30% 30%+ 6*
j Motorola l'i O 496* 49% 496*-%
i Mullins 1 80 24 22% 22 22 - >4
Munswcsrl 30 3 19% 19% 196*+ %
j Murahv lUa 0 42% 42% 42'*- %
I Murray Cn 3 3 34 34 34
Mrersßro 2.40 2 42 41% 416*- %
N
Nat Acme 3a 2 61% 61% 61%
i NatAirllne BO 9 236* 236* 236*+ %
{ Nat Auto PI 4- 18% 18% 18%
Nat Avia 6 15* 2 39% 396* 39%
! Nat Biscuit 2 4 43% 43% 43%+ 6*
Nat Can 3 13% 13% 136*+ 6*
NatCashß 110 1 43% 436* 436*+ %
NatCltyL 180 11 24 24 2* + %
Nat Cont 60 13 16% 146* 146*- 6*l
Nat Cont of IV, 9 246* 24 20 -% I
NatCrlOaSl 20 22 21% 21% 216*+ 6* I
Nat Dairy 180 16 40% 40% 406*+%'
Nat Dent Str. 1 14 246* 24 24 % ,
Nat Dlatllr 1 34 22 21% 21%+ %
NatGvnsum 3b 29 476* 47 47 %
Nat Lead 6** 10 47% 64% 6464-1% ,
Nat Mall 4 26 26 26 + % !
Nat Share lOh 2 176* 17% 176*+ 6*
Nat Steel 3 22 70% 696* 70 + %
N*tSuDDly2U* 7 42% 41% 42 —% |
Nat Tea 160 b 4 42% 42% 42%- 64
Nat Theater U 32 96* 96* 96* 1
Natomas 10a 44 106* 9% 10
! Nehl Co 70 .. 9 15% 15 15% 6*
i Nelsncr .80* 4 16% 16 16—6*
New Ena El 0(1 24 17% 17% 176*
. Newmont M2* 2 46% 86% 86%
Newntlnd 111* 20 106* 17% 106*+ %
Newrn NSh 3* 10 716* 71 71 - %
i NYAIr Br 181 l 9 27% 27 27 - %
{ NYCenlral 6*a 180 426* 41% 43%
NYCh&St L 3 97 546* 54% 54 +l%
NYNHAH 9 34** 39% 35%- %
INY NHAH Df 5 11 71% 70% 71 - %
;NY Shinbd Ua 6 25% 25% 256*- % ■
|NY Sta EA:G 3 3 40% 40 40 -% !
Itf* MPw 1 (ID 10 33% 336* 33% j
' Nooco Ch 1 4(1 3 31% 31% 3164- %!
! NnrfAeWest la 37 556* 54% 55 + %
No Am Avia la 35 55 546* 5464- % !
Noeast C 10a 19 14 15% 16 >
Nor Nat Gas 2 10 46% 45% 46 + % i
Nor Pacific a 163 77% 75V* 77 +1
Nor Sta Pw 80 8 17 16% 17 +% I
I Northrop 180 77 31% 30% 31 - %'
NorwsiAlr 30* 11 23% 23% 23V4+ %
Nw-stA Df ITS 14 33 ‘ 34% 346*+%
Norwich 10a. 8 346* 34 34
o
Ohio Edls 220 7 4064 47% 486*+ V*
'Ohio Oil a..' 10 71% 70% 706*- 6*
I Okla G&E 1 60 14 34% 34% 346b+ %
; OklaNGasl 20 6 24 24 24 + %
I oim Math 2b 45 576* 57% 576*- %
i Oliver Cd ala 121 IT 16% 17 + %
< Owens Cn* 11 92 92 92 - %
Owens 111 G1 4 3 114% 114 114 - %
OxfordP 1.20a 2 42% 42% 426*+ %
P
PabcoPdUe 9 24% 24% 246*-%
Pac GAE 3.20 10 47% 47% 476*- %
Pac Light 2 6 40 39% 396*- %
Pac Mills'.*.. 4 396* 39% 396*+%
Pac Tin log 9 96* 9% 96*+%
Pac W Oil lUf 13 45% 45 45% %
Pan Am Air 80 74 19/. 18% 19 + %
Panh EPL 2U 6 87% 67 87%- %
Panh 011 15a 4 11% 11% n%+ %
Param Piet 2 20 4& 41% 416*+ %
Park Dav 1.40 43 49% 44% 45+6*
Parmelee Tr U 8 126* 12% 126*- %
Patino M lUf 6 5% 5% 5% j
Peabody Coal 20 » -6% 4%
Penln Tel I 80 xrl3 40% 406, 406*- %
Penln Tel rta 94 1 % 1- %
Penn Dix 1 3 91% 916* 916*- %
! Penn Tex la 33 21 20% 21 +%,
i PcnneyJC'i 8(la 5 94% 93 94 +l% .
IP* Pw&Lt 240 0 46% 44% 466» %
I Penn RR I 101 266* 286* 28%
Penn Salt 40* 5 49% 49% 49%+ 6*
j Peonies Drug 8 2 39% 39% 396*- 6* !
Peoples Gas 7 5 16* 141 141 + % '
Pepsi Cola 80 62 221* 22% 22%- % !
Pfeiffer Brew 79% 9% 96*
Pflver i a 20 44 45 456*+ % !
PhelosD 2.00a 19 57% 56% 56%- % I
PhilaElec 180 11 346* 39 396*+ %
Phil El nf 1 .. O 29% .25% 25%
Phil ARC * I 6 146* 14% 146*- 6*
Philco 1 80 11 36% 37% 346*- %
PhfllDMorrls 3 42 40% 40 40 - 6*
Phillips Pet a 38 73% 73% 73%+ 6*
Pitney B 140 b 4 43 42% 426*-l% i
Pit CokeAsC 1 6 24% 24% 246*+ 6*
Pit Con Coal 3 6 74% 74 741*- % I
PH cor* 1 19 18% 18% 186*- 6*;
PlttPlatG 45* 26 70%. 69% 70
1 PUEiriAH 40 10 7% 7% 7%+ % ,
: Pitt Steel 14 24%, 25% ?5%- % !
Pit A W Va 2 9 24®h17% 28 - % i
' Pittaton Co lb 4 26% 26' , 26% !
1 Pluush 80 4 24 23% 23%
■ P"mOii I K'b 4 33% 33% 33% I
PnorACoßlU 4 21% 21V* 21V,- %
! Pnom f' PW I 17 209* 20% 20V*+ %
ProcArGam la x 9 100 ■ 99% 99>*-l%
Pub SCo Ij6(i 3 416* 41% 416*+ %
PubSfc&G 1 tin 20 309* 306* 30%+ %
P&EAO nf 140 9 32% 32% 32%
Pu-. Pvr Ind 'i 13 41% 41% 416*- %
, PbSl of* 14.20 24 117% 117% 1176*- %
! PubSvlnd rtwl 250 %i 61* 6%
Publlckei Us 50 11% 11% 116*- %
PueSP&L.se* x 6 38% 37% 371*- %
Pullman 1* 9 64% 68 68%- %
Pure 711 to ... 8 80% 80% 00»k- %
Q-R
QuakOatsl 40 10 326* 32V* 326*+ %
Radio CD la 70 44% 43% 436*- V*
Rayonlcr 2.40. 7 75% 73 73
Rayomcr nf 2 3 3864 34% 346*+ % !
I Raytheon lUf 42 24% 24% 244*- %
i Reading Co 3 5 34% 34% 34%
i Peed b Bit la 12 21% 21% 21%+ 6*
: Reliance 05*. 12 14% 14% I*6*+%
! Rem hand 1 45 45% 44% 44%- 6*
Rco Hold 30y 17 14% 14% 146*
Rcnub Avia I* 14 39% 38% 38%- %
Reoub Piet Us 123 6 7% 7%
Republic Btl 5 28 85% 84% 84%- %
Severe C >Ue 23 73% 72% 72%-%
Rexal' Iruv U 20 8% 8% «V*f %
Reyn Met I a 3 151% 151 101 -1%
j Rev'„oß2 4 0 51 43% 43% 436*+**
' RheemMfg2.4o 13 37% 37 37**
I Richfield Ola 9 6844 48% 684*6 6*
I RK.' i hca 20* 79% 9 9 - %
' RnanAnt i 22e 8 14% 14% 146*+ %
R' b e'ulton 1 U 9 30** 29% 30
Pock St AAx 3 72 28% 28 28%+ %
Ronr Aire 1 14 28% 27% 286*6 6k
Ronson 15a 18 12% 12% 12%
R-" Dutch TO* 72 78% 77% 77V*+ %
RoyalMcß 60a 25 23 22% 226*- 6*
RuoDmrt V.*__ 20 156* 14% 13%+1
s
SalewayS 2.40 25 45% 44% 44%- %
Safes cvpf4.au 4 108% 108% 108%- %
St Jos Lead v.g 14 48% 47% 47%-16k
Stl SanFrS.a 35 28% 28% 28**- %
StLSan FDf 5 3 80% 00% 80%+ %
SißegPan 180 20 41% 40% 41 - %
SansamoE IV* 4 28% 28% 28**- %
seen e» Ind I 26 23% 23% 23%+ %
Srhtrlm U 15 26% 25% 25%- %
Sect Pan I*o 20 62% 62V, 62%- % 1
•'coviil Mlg 2 41 36% 35% 36%61%
Sf*' Al RR4 20 45 44% 44 + % ;
Seaboard Oil 1 4 55 54% 54%- %
Sea,'eve 120 23 21 20% 20%-%!
9ea s«oe2 4iia 13 026* 82 82 - 6*
Bcegerrtef 260 12 55V, 54% 54%-l
Serve. 12 8% 8 8 -% !
Sham OAcO 2 5 44% 46 46%- % j
Sharon Stl Ua 43 446* 43% 446*6 %
Bha luck 40a 4 11% 10% 11**- %!
Shell 011 2 14 61% 60% 60?*- 6* i
ShellerMl* t% 25 27% 27 276*+%
Sheraton 40b. 7 14% 16% 146*6 % f
Simmons 80* 11 43% 43% 43%
Si'* alrO 280 22 55>* 35% 55%- >*
Bkeny 08 F4O 2 54H 54% 546*- %
Smith Alex 3 U>* U% 13% .
Socont Vac 2a 16 546* 54% 54%- %
Solai *ircft la 6 23% 23% 236*6 %
So Am GAP U 4 11% 11% 11%
SoCarCAO 90 2 18% 18% 1860- %
BoPRIeSurMM 9 33% 33% 33%+ %
SouCalEd 2.40 31 90% 50 506*6 %
80u’b.rnCik9O 13 20% 20% 20%+ %
So N Oa* 1 80 0 34% 34% 346*6 %
Sou Pactflr « 4* 41% 40% 61 - % 1
South Pd U* * 36% 34% 34%
Bouth Rail la 8> 90% 90% 90%+ %
Sowe tPS ’l2 10 27% 27», 276*
Sodding lb 6 22% 22% 226*6 %
SoenKel 1.20* 6 19% 19% 19%
srerry Ud 27 71% 69% 70%-l%
Bnie.fl 39 13_ 12% lt%- % !
Sonareneal 2* 9 49% 49 49?*+1%
S>d Brandt 2* 4 39% 39% 396*- %.
Sid Oil Ca. 1b *1 80% 40% 006*+ % |
Rtd O Ind I 40 24 45% 45% 456*- % ;
StdO.lNJ lU* 29 11464 119% 115%- % !
StdOh Oh 240 F 49% 45% 45%- %
BtdßyEo 15a 25 11% 11 116*+ %
Sian Warn V,g 14 19% 19% 19%
Stauff Ch t3O 1 *4% 36% 3»%- %
Bterchi Bros 1.1 14% 14% 14% %
Ster! Drug 2*. 3 44 47% 49
StevensJP M* . 6 29% 39% 296*- 6*
Stew War 140 J ftj* 29% 196*+ V*
stokely VC Ua O 17% IT6* IT6*- %
Stone A W2e 7 20% 20% 20%+ %
StromC.r 180 3 94% 99% 996*- >*
Stude Pack 32 13% 13% 136*- % !
Sun Chm 80a 5 15% 15% 1564- %
Sun Oil lb 9 71% 71% 716*— %
Bunrav O1 20 42 24 23% 23%- %
SuoerlorS 1.40 3 24% 24% 24 1 *— 6*
Swift ACo 2a 7 50% 50% 506*-%
S»lv El Prod 2 30 44% 43% 44V*+ %
Seat Gould % 13 o 7% 7% % !
T
renn Co «oh 11 .**% 49 49%
Texa* Co 3a 4 100 90% 100 + %
Tex OPd wl 15 29% 29% 30%- %
TexOulfSul Ub 25 40>» 40 40 -% 1
rexa* !i»tr 9 15% 15>* 15% i
TexPCAOI 4(>a 10 53 54% 54%- %
Tex Pac Ld Tr 7 11% 11% 116*- %
sex UtU 1.184 4 71% 71% 716*-%
Textron 10* 29 15% 156* 15%
Textron nf IV, 9 21*4 216* 216*— »*
That' hOl I 12 X 9% 16 196*6 6*
ThomuPd .TO* 0 90 97% 97**— %
Tide W* As Var 21 20 27% 27%- 6*
TtdeWa of 12* 9 20% 27% 206*6 6*
Ttmk R Bear 3 7 94 94 94
Toledo Ed TO 0 14% 14% 14%+ 6*
rrtnTw Air 42 33% 52% MVS- %
Tranaamer 1.«( J# 436* 42 42 -16*
}
Profit-Taking
Drops Stocks
As Much as $2
NEW YORK, April 19 UP).—
The stock market declined today
under profit-taking.
Losses extended to around 2
points There were gains of be
tween 1 and 2 points in the list.
Trading was at a rapid pace.
Railroads held up well with
the support of the White House
report on transportation which
proposes more latitude in fix
ing rail rates.
Aircrafts were irregular. Steels
were lower along with motors,
coppers, chemicals, and utilities,
j Higher were airlines and mo
, tion pictures.
j Bonds were higher. Govem
i ment issues in the over-the
j counter market were steady.
j D. C. SECURITIES
... „ SALES
Waah Oas com—ll at 41Va.
I Pot Elec Pw com—lo at 20',..
, Peonies Drug St com—so at 13%.
Pot Elec Pw com—lo at 21. 20 at
20%, 2 so?*.
i Garflnckel com—Bo at 25. 20 at 25'a
Woodward A Lothron old—lo at 104.
Riggs Bank com—l at 415.
Wash Oas $4.25 Dfd—ls at 00%.
BUNDS Sid. Asked
Georgetown Oas Ist 5a 61 108% 111
Pot Elec Pow IV.s T 7 101
Pot Elec Pow Is 81 80
Pot Elec Pow 2%s 84 06
Ter Rf A. W Cn Ist 4s S 8 00
Washington Oas Bs 80 109
, _ PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS
I Amer Tel & Tel 0 18(l>,
j Capital Transit aSO 1,(1'. 11%
I Pot Elec Pw 1 . 20% 2D 1 .
[ Pepco 3.60'i ntd A 1.80 44
Pento 1.(Id-., pfd B 1.80 44 45
I s,»*h Gaa Lt 2 ._. x4O 41
1 X,* s & 9 ai Ucm pfd 425 00 loot*
i Wash Oas Lt c c Dfd 4.50 135 142
BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES
| Amer Sec ATr 41% 44%
Bank of Bethesda t1.50._ 47 „
Bank of Commerce 110.. 352
Capital '1 ifo
: liberty 8 410 „„
yncodn new 1 85
Natl Bav Tr f 1.20 XH2
Riggs U? 410
e-üburoan Trust Co ! 20 52
Union Trust Co new 1.20 18 18
%»*hlntton 80 55 6*
FIRE AND TITLE INSURANCE
Columbia .20 .... 4 a**
Firemen's 160 SO
National Union 1 30
| N«*’ Estate -hi 4 4s.
idaCEUOLNEOUB^
I feask 5315.: ft* 8%
Goldenberß cu com A _ »% s 4
Goldenberg ev 6-t nfd .. IV, 7
Heeht Co t 1.40 ... . x2H 28%
Hecht 1%-, cm pfd 3.75 XHS 88
Lanston Mono .40 12% 14
j "'haler Lino tS—SO% 52%
Natl Mtge A Inv .. 12
Natl Mtg I lnv old 1.94.. TV,
Peoples Drug St 2 3564 36%
Security Storage t 5..... 120
Ter Ref a Wh Coro *— 51
i W6wd A Lothron 2 38 1 *
. Wdwd A Lotlirop nf 5 102%
xEx-dlvldend. 'Plus extra or extras.
, half payable June 15. THS3;
half payable December 15. 1055. aDe
| clared or uald so far thin vrar.
NEW YORK PRODUCE
NEW YORK, April 18 1.9 (USDAI.—
Butter about steady. Receipts 1-112.130.
1 Prices unchanged.
1 O Cheese steady. Receipts 651.223.
Prices unchanged.
I , 'yholTiale egg prices weak. Receipts
18.491. New York snot quotations fol
®w:.Midwestern, mixed colsra. extras
I Mi SS'a-OO: extras large i 45-
' «*tra; medium 17-1;%-'
standards lanp 15-1 T: rehandled cur
rtbt receipta ris-l? ;d‘ rttes 14-13: chroks
'iA'i? 5 ' whites, extras (48-50 lbs) 40-
40%: extras large (45-48 lbsl 18%-40:
medhun /38-40. Browns, extras
extras Targe i4o-
I Whites, top
2V* ut Z. n‘SS mediums 40-
•niAUkW-.W. Browns, top quality
(48-o0 1b5V.44%-45%; mediums 40-41:
; smalls .Jo-.J,,
visim GRAIN
! ,iSE
bushels to 118,317.000 bushels last
?* e r' jhe_ Board of Trade said. Coin
declined 97(1 million % 177.010." DO;
oats decreased 860 million ' t0'15.351.-
_rye decreased 18 mimon to 7.-
decreased 051 million
94 as&tfy jsiasßr"
77!
Sales—
Stock and Add Net
Dividend Rate ill Blah tow 1:18 cha.
TriCont 30* 36 27% 27% 27%+ 6*
Truax Tr 160 9 19% 19% 19%
Tun* Sol la 10 31% 31 31 %
Tw*nCFxl 80* 14 28 27% 27%
Twin Coa 70b 13 14% 14% 14%- %
TXL Oil - 32 36% 34% 36%- %
U
Udylitel.... 6 19% 19% 15%- %
Underwood Via 2 36% 36% 346*- %
Un Bar AP 3a 2 80% 80% «0%- %
Un Carbide 2a 21 »3% 91% 92 - %
UnfnmAMl t< 14 27 24% 246*- %
Un El Mo 140 17 31% 31 31 - %
Un Oil Cal 2.40 15 94% S 4 94%+ %
Urr Faclfii 5a 8 174% 173% 174%+ %
Un lank C 166 4 28V* 24% *B6*-%,
O'oAlrLtne % 40 47% 47 47%+ % !
: tt<4 Atr- raft 4 45 77% 746* 77 + %
UtdßdACl* 3 20% 20% SOU- %
Utd . *rb 1 *ll 3 52% 52% 92%
UtdClaWh 15t 74% 4% 4%
Utd ".n SO* 68 7 «v* gv*- %
Utd El Co*! i 3 16% 16% 166*- %
UtdtnaAF 80 9 15>* 14% 15 - %
Utd Fruit 3 31 54% 54% 54%- %
ntdOaaCo 1 % 17 34% 33% 33V*- %
Utd Oas Imp 2 5 37% J7% 37V*- %
Utd V A M I 19 20% 20 20 - %
USAForB4 60e 10 91V* 91 91V*-1%
US Hoff M 3 5 50 57% 57%+ %
USind-«t 80 11 14% 14% 14% %
U 8 Lines ‘>l 15 24% 24% 246*- %
U 8 PtoeAF 3a 6 90% 09% 09%-l%
0 8 P'ywd t 80 17 39% 30% 38%
US Robber 2 101 40 46% 47%+ %
U 9 Smelt IV,* 21 55% 55% 55%
U * Steel la 44 03% 83 83%- V*
U S St«el nf 7 4 165% 165 165%
UtdStrSnf Roe 121 13% 13 13%+ >4
Utd Wallpaper 11 2% 2% 2%
Univ Ls Tob 2 2 32 31% 31V*- %
UnivPlctla 3 28% 28% 286*-%
V
i Van Norm 1 8 15 14% 15 + %
Vanßaalt 2.60 6 38% 386* 38%+ %
. VanadCDl 4o* 16 44 . 43V* 44 + %
Vl. k Cum 1 1 ,b 10 52% 51V, 52%+ % !
VOtChWI 40* 10 33 32% 32V*- %
IVa Caro Chem 13 48 47% 47%+ %
Va El Pw I4D 34 37 36V* 36V*- %
w
Walgreen 160 4 29% 29% 29%- %
Walker Hla 7 67% 67% 67%- %
Walworth .. 49 13% 12V* 12% - %
Ward fiak ',* 14 17% 17% 17V,
Warden Coro 3 11% 11% 11%
WarnßPlcl .20 7 19% 19% 19%- %
War Lami 60* 11 34% 34% 346*+ %
Warren Fdy 3 54 53 53 -1
Warren Pet I* 3 47 46% 46%- %
Wash Gas Lt 2 2 40% 40% 40%- %
WestlndSu* 1 4 226* 226* 226*
WPennEl 1.20 40 25% 25 256*+%
West V*P 1.40 7 41 40% 40%—1% j
WestAirl mi* 4 21% 21% 21% I
West Auto S * 20% 20 28 - %
West Mary * 40*, 39% 39%- %
Wes' Pac 1 15 70% 70% 70%+ %
WeslUnT l?«* 14 108 106% 106',-1%
WestoAliß 10, 42 27% 27V, 276r+ %
vseM na El 2a 57 79% 78% 78% %
Wb-e' Steel 1 12 57 96V, 56%- %
Whirlpool 31 35% 34% 34%-l
White Mot ••'» * 40% 39% 39%- Vi
White Sew M 44 8% 8% •%+ 6*
Wilson ACo 30 14% 13% 14 - %
Wils. n Jones 15 10% 106* 10%+ %
W.nnALov 60 9 23% 23 23 -% j
Wise El Pw I % 4 33% 33% 33%+ %!
Wl. FUbSIIO 9 22% 22% 22%-%
Wooiworth S* 16 49% 44% 49%+ %
Worthin'!tn to 9 57% 57% 57%- 6*
Y-Z
York Co 150 31 24% 24% 24%-%
Young SAW 1 6 29% 29% 29% %
Youna nAT 3a 26 79 77% 78 %
Ynaat 8t Dr l. 4 15% 19*, 15V,
Zanith Rad 5* 9 104*4 109% 104 ->4
Zonlte Pr. d 5 4% 4% 664- %
Hourly ielet en the Exchange
II ||i in 640000 1? noon 1130 000
1:00 o.m 1510000 5:00 pm 000 000
tUnit of trading 10 sharts or saX> in
full.
Rate* of dividend* in tb* lereaoin*
tanl* are annual dlabursemeots based on
the mat quarterly or semi-annual dec
laration Unleas otherwise noted, tpecla'
or extra dividends are not included
a Alto extra or extras 0 Annual rale
piua stock dividend d Declared or oaid .
in 1053 plus itock dividend e Palo last
year r Payable in stock estimated cash
value on ex-dlvldand or ex-dlstrlbutlon
data a Declared or paid to fat this year
h Declared or paid after stock dividend 01
split-up k Declared or paid this year,
an accumulative Issue with dividends In
arrears p Paid this year, dividend
omitted, deferred or no action taken tt
■att dividend meeting r Declared or paid
tn IM4. blue Itock dividend y Liquidat
ing dividend, eld Called, ad Ex dividend
a-dip Ex distribution xr Ex rlahtx.
«w without warrants ww With warrant*
wd When distributed wl Whew Issued
‘ln bankruptcy.or recelverabl* *r hate
reorganised under the Bankruptcy Act!
•r NtvrltM gtiunud fef tuch compunlM.
NEW YORK BOND MARKET nt
Finished by the Associated Press. LIST IXCLCDW MOST ACTIVE ftSUBB
NEW lOHK CITT I ConßßCuba 3a 5001 f 15*41 NYNHH 4V% 30221-.
IS*O 108%s | Dow Chm Is 85 ...113V* NTNHH 4s 5007 SSI
FOREIGN 1:1.6 (Firestone 3*.s t7... 102% N TOkbiiKl 564
Chile Is 01 ... 40% ; Firestone Is 81 102 Ncr Fee 4'is 3047 107*4
Germany At 80 77 ; Fla ECst As 74f . 134% Pac GAS 3%a 87 _ 1036*
Germany 3s 75 Oct 57% ; Oen Mol Ac I%s 75 102% ' Pac OAE3s 74 __ 44%
lt*ißeoS*77 42 ; Gen Mot Co 3*4*79 103% Pae GAB t’,s 76 97%
Jaoae s*4r 7A at .. 04% Hud « M tfa Aa A7 556* Pac T AT.6%a 83... 9944
DOMESTIC l:IA Hurt AMme At ATI 34% Penn RR 4%e 45 ... 104*4
Alum Am B%s 44 102% , 111 Term 4s 7D . 94 Pere Mar I*.s 40 94%
Am AFP bs 30111 . 44% ! Int Gt Naj4sAt xf 122 Phil El 3%s 47 ... 94%
Am APF 4 Hot 87 796* ; Int Ot N Ist «t 55 xf-127 I Phillips P1 ?Ot 83 119%
Am TAT 3%t 65 .444 Int Miner 165 577 107% j Phil Pet 3 70a MeM 111%
Am Tobacco is 63 101% 1 James FAC 4« 60... 94*4 Read Ink 3*4* 8A 44%
Armour JACoAt 44 83% Mo Kan T4i 00 ... 99 Sinclair 3%* 83 ... 123%
Atl Refln SH» 66 96% Mo Pae 5%s 40xf .. 142 80c Vac 3',s 76 93%
BAOSa 75 B ... M»4% Mo P*c 5* Rsf 94% 80 Nat Oat 4>ia 73. 121
BAO4%t3niof 87*4 1 Mo Pae 5s 78f 94% 80 Pac 4 V>* 89 104%
! Bos A Meat 60 .. 78% Mo Pae 5s Bnf 99% South Ry 6i 54 ... 103%
Br* Un Goa C'.g 70 94% !Mo Pae 5s 77f 95 South Ry As 94 .. 133%
i Ceianese 3s 65 ... 97% Mo Pac 5s M f 94% std O Ind I*sl 83 112%
| Len RR NJ I‘,s *7 . 60% 'Mo Pae 4s 7At 135% Std ON J 5»,s 74.. 97%
; Chi ANW4%s OP <0 ; Morrell 3s 58 99% Third Are A* 60 .. «»%
; Cln OA E 3>S* 75 95% jN Y Cen 5s 3013 90% Third Ave. 4t 60... 70%
1 Cities Sve 3* 77 98% :N V Cen 4'is 2013 . 63*/* ICn OH Cal Is 75 104%
1 Colo FA I 4*ia 66 . 124 V, N Y Cen 4t 88 74% West Ind 3%« J0.'.." 101%
I Colum Gas 3*vs 64 122% •N Y Cen HR Hit 97 . 82 ' West Md 3%a 79 101%
j Comw Ed 3s 77 . 99% INY Conn 2’.,* 75 ... 92 l West Pac At 84 .. 104%
AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE
Faralabed by tba Associated Press. LIST INCLUDES MOST ACTIVE ISSUES
1:13 Firth Sterl 9% | Poe Pel Ltd 116*
Allea Alrl S% Ford France 4 Panteoec Oil %f 4%
Allea Cn wt 6 Ford Ltd 24* 12% : Pennroad 1 17%
Armat Rub A 2 ... 306* Ot 8w Grass 26U { Finer Atre 10s 66w
I Atlas Co wt 22 Hazel BlahoD Vs* 9% ! Freat ■D 04 ' 4%
Axe Bcienre 10 Holl Oold 24 22% i Rlcbm Rod _ 7%
Bailey Bel 10% ImoOll 90 38% , Royal Oil 20.. 11%
Beckman but 24% int Petrol 1 29% < Russel) 60* 19
Braz Trac 03d 9% Int Resist 20* 8% | St Lawr Ca 4 " 71%
Breeze Co 86* Jerry O'Mahoney 2% I sannb Pet ~~~~ 4%
Brit Prt 10% 1 Keizer Motor 3% 1 Sayre A F 20 BV*
Brown Co 16% Kingston Pd 20 3% I Bbd A W Air.l" 9%
Bunk Hill 1 19% Lear 15* ... 11% ’ singer M' 2 40
CA C Super 2% Louisiana Land 3a... 78 6tah Meysr “ 4
Cal SI Pw 60 126* McWtll Dredge 12% S'd Induit . 5
Can So Pet 26» Menasco 30 6 Std OH Kv Ja.lV” 97%
Cdn Atl Oil 6%s | Merrill petrol 9Vi# std Thom 8
Cdn Petro nf ... 20% Mesab* • ron 41V* ster' Prec *c.
Cap Trans'l* 10% , Mid St Petrol Vis 16% Sup Port Cem 30*"” 44%
Catalln , ... 7% Moiybden 1 58 Technicolor la 15%
Cen ExDlor Olr 6 ; Nat Br Mich 20* 5% Thome Star ” 5%
Cessna Air *ia 19% Nat Fuel Gas 1 20% Thor Co 20%
Claude Neon 40 8% ; New Ensland TAT 8 135*4 ThorofareMktt wl ” 25
Colonial Alrl 20% , New Indrla M 3% if r:p n t wt 12V*
Cont Air L 13% ' New Jersey 7inc Via 44% uien Manage Cn 4*A
Dome Exnl 56is New Mex&Arlz ... 256* Onexe.'Ch »»*
Ea»t O& P 20* 11% New Park Minina ... 3% US Vitamin Cn .40 ’ 13%
El Bond A 8 1?5f.... 31% NordenKeiavCorn _. 16% Unit Stores 3%
Electro Data 17% : No Cdn Oils 5% Venez Pet 33%
Eoutty Co 15e 4% Oeden Cn 9% tVebb A Knaob 2
Eureka Cn I%* 1 O'okiep 1 67* 75% Wllrleh Pet %
PRODUCE MARKETS P/ /C/K/ITCC
Baltimore quotations supplied by the *
United States Agriculture Department: m % R ippa
Apples: Dull. Bu. bkts. and eastern DDICC^
boxes U. 8. 1c unless otherwise stated of \M T M ■
Pa. Stavmans ,’ J 4 inches up and J’a
Inches up ','.50. N. J. Delicious
inches up *,».25-60; Romes inches .
up no grade mark 2.25. Pa 11/0 bu. Business Failures in th* wtkp)r
wire-bound crates Delicious. Golden De- n i7+ * t^
licious. Staymans and Yorks 2V4 inches ended April 14 totaled 204 ColH
UPPot*foes' Old—Barley steady. U. 8. PBreC * 211 In the previous
»t*ted l2 “ k * WeCk
few higher. Maine Katahdlns SO lb. a ago.—Dun St Bradstreftt.
A Cl "waAid" s .". TTo P cks Round IS RedI t M »“ t f® ,ner y Ward St Co.
ztl Sebag.es 3l {(m?' lb° siekl’ fS? ,? S'**
good quality 7.00-50. so lb. sacks 4.50, 10 decide the battle between
U Sweet S potatoes :'weaker undertone. ' and LOUiS Wolf-
Demand light, bu. bkts and hpr. u. s son, but indications are that the
Js Md. and Del. Puerto Ricans color rP oi,it- w iii -
added .*I.OO-50 according to quality: ; result Will not be kllO\\n Xor
Oklahomas color added fair to good two to three week*
quality 2.50-/1.00. Md. Puerto Ricans ~ ,Jf we CKS.
few :i.25. n. j. ooidens .*too; orange few Colonial Airlines announced it
« °0: ha< j completed 35 years Q[ Qp .
extra fancy. 5.50-0.00: fancy. 4.50: :OT sei'lOUS injury to 8 PRSSenfier
N. J.. Colossal. li.iK): extra fancy. .You: ! or *
fancy. 4.00: 6. C.. Colossal. 4.50-5.0": 01 employe.
Va.. large. 5.00-6.00: medium. 4.50-5.00 Allis-C'halmers Mfr oloot.
t Snap beans—Barely steady. Fla . bu. „o „ V “ 0 0. elecl *
hpr.. Valentines, fair to xenerally good ed Robert S. Stevenson, 48 83
quml.. 2.50-2.75: Contenders, fair to gen- nipcirlonf _ , .
ergiiy good qu*i.. 7.50-2.75. piesiaent, succeeding the late
Cabbage—Slightly weaker: offerings William A Roberts
heavy. Mixed types, mostly domestic ... ' , “•
round, bu. bkts. packed locally. Fla.. -Niagara Mohawk Power In 12
B^^^«kSirWftarU ,, S!K months ended March 31 earned
S %-i; li 5 ?!.. *28.342.833 or $2.14 a share vs.
Chinese cabbage—Fla.. 16-qt. bkts., $26,582,231 Or $2.05 in 1954.
i Corn—Barely steady. Flm.. wire-bound Pub. Serv. Elec. 4s Gas in 13
VSteSST- sd “ 3 - 75 - 4 00; 5,1 do * • months ended March 31 earned
Cucumbers—Bllkhtly weaker. Fla . bu. $28,737,488 01' $2.12 A Share VS.
bkts.. 5.00*5,50. few 6.00; fair qual., (OR 9AA 7*79 A „ +• oc .
4 50-4.75: Itrte. 2.50. *<50,J08,773 Or $1.86 in 1954.
bkt*., 2 00-2.50; some sm»U, some f»ir J ?. m lZ ®°ntn«
ouai. and cond 1,00-1.50. ended March 31 earned $23-
wlre"boifnd*rts*f 2.00-2'.25; '1'4-qt bk?s'i 516,010 or $2.18 a share vs. $20,-
1 Escarole—About steady. Fla., j , /9- 65 ®^ 1 °^J 192 ln 19 34.
wi < r f crts - t ,75-2.00; 10-qt. Ohio Edison in 12 months
Greens and Onions ended March 31 earned S2L» /
Greens—Barely steady Bu. bkts and 060.624 or $3 16 a chore, v. eiff
hnrs.. nearby, broccoli. 75-1.00: cabbage ’f: 1 ? a s n«ie VS. $19,-
sprouts, 125: collards. very few 1.50- 596,037 or $3.11 in 1954
! 2-00: kale. 75-3.00; rape. 1.35? turnip TTnitAri
I tops 1.25-1.50: n. c . mustard, rape and states Rubber Co. in 3
j turnip tons, 1.75: repacks, cartons. 10- months ended March 71
I ot. Him bats. kale. 12s. 1.60: 6«, 80-85; , naea M »icn 31 earned
I collards. 12s. 1 .«>(*: 20-oz. film bags, rts $9.5 million Or $1.55 a share v*
collards. mustard, turnip tops, 1.60. *7 r nv 1Q . vs.
Poultry Quotations * • 01 sl.lß in 1954 period,
j Poultry: Market barely steady on R. F Oondrlrh r* tra o
fryers. Offrrlnss light to moderate yet , , • Uiooancil CO. in 3 months
•*n excess of a slow trading interest, endea March 31 earned tQ sun -
] Heavy type hens in light supply. Young eng *1 u lICQ
I hens short of a limited demand. Ordi- $1.12 ft Share VS. $8,556 -
nary lots were adequate for current 45ft o l* SI 09 tn t^**.*^
needs. Few heavy type turkey breeder U1 in Period,
hens sold ,*l7-58. mostly 37 cents. Broil- Scott Paper Co. in 3 mnntho
ers or fryers: 3 lbs and over 31-33, few VU 0 «10ntnS
higher. Hens: Heavy type 29-30. Ca- ended April 2 earned $5,601,492
ponettes: 47. n)|Rk or 70 cents a share vs. $4,822,451
. Cattle 100; sizable supply stock cattle 01* 62 Cents in 1954 nerind
included wide assortment of weights rn.**, m OQ '
and grades on sale in addition to the rnzer in 3 months ended
small fresh receipts, but not enough Anril 3 Aorn»d to o*7*7
any class c.ttle sold to establish a • J eainea $3,877,061 or 75
trading basis; few scattered odd head Censt a Share VS ft 3 43ft 9<ifl
sales canner to commercial cows in « or
range of 7.00-i5.00. 6b cents in 1954 period.
Calves 130; slow, generally steady Natinnal n*. u m ,
! with Monday, few mixed lots commercial awonai lea CO. in 12 Weeks
;to prime veaiers io.oo-20.00. most ended March 26 earned il fiftft -
choice and prime at 25.00-20.00. QQn w C<l ucu #1,000,-
Hogs 800; slow, sales practically all OF 77 Cents a share VS $1 -
weights and sows generally 23 cents 246 nr ft** nanfe t*, inri T j
lower compared Monday, but large share .I,® 01 b ® cents *0 1954 period,
i of run still in first hand, sales of choice Aldens, Inc., in vear enrtoH Ton
1 HO-220 lb. barrows and girts 17.75 to 110v _ r . *. 7 “ ® naea Jan *
i mostly 18.09. 220-240 ibs 17.50-75. uai*y l earned $1,585,385 or $2 72
. 240-270 lbs. id.,o-i7.30, *-70-300 lbs q share vg 41 **9l no __
j 1ft.75-10 50. over 400 lbs. largely jft.fto wiaie VS. $1,501,143 Or $2.55
down. 120-140 lbs. 10.25-75, 140-1 Oo m 1954.
lbs. JO 75-17.23. 100-IKo lbs 17.25-73: . .
few choice sows under 400 ibs mostly Oinei earnings included*
ibi 00 i ,b S 1 Kor 3 Mon,h ’
lbs shU« e n r c."°" lbs - 10 00 down - i Ul fe" o r h e .“r p *»-«8 * a
Grain Market Calcrpll Trac 7,036.501 6,620 s^l
Flour—Receipts 13 HIH 100 pound ; „ p er share 1.64 ili
sacks. Rockwell SA A 4,007.041 ",689 13%
Wheat—Receipts. 83.203 bushels: Per share egg 0%0
shipments. none: stocks. 3.548.918 Thompson Prods 3.351.400 .VflfiXii
bushels. No. 2 red winter garlicky, spot. share 1.20 * V •»!
domestic. 2.15; No. 3 2.12 Anchor Hock Ol 1.042.027 1 3JU9I-*
Corn—Receipts. 30.550 bushels: ship- Per share j u ii ao
ments. 121.181 bushels; stocks, 703.090 West Air Brake 1.509.000
bushels. Per share 030 a
Oats—Receipts. 20.190 bushels;
raents. none; stocks, none. "
Barley—Receipts, none: shipments, i A m
173.802 bushels: stocks. 180.011 bushels. 1 V* 17 IV- ACJ \jRAIN
Rye—Receipts. H.ouo bushels: ship
ments. none: stocks, none.
Soybeans—Receipts, none: shipments, ; rmrArin *#. ..
17,170 bushels: stocks. 80.188 bushels. A > >rtl 1? tP —Wheat and
Mlllfecd—Receipts 'Bll tons. | Sgjg*“L easy In early Bsard of
Eg. Market UnaettM SSS uprorn' '° d *’' *'*" Mon ' i " *
Eggs- Market unsettled. Prices mostly Traders said they considered the Far
unchanged. Offerings ot all grades and Eastern outlook a little more peaceful
: sizes adequate lor a fair demand. Added Apprehension over the situation there
i interest, was noted lor a lighter supplv led to buying in the previous session
of current receipts and prices advanced Soybeans fell more than grains bein*
! 7 cents "If as much as IV, cents at times Less
Prices paid by first receivers delivered aggressive bidding for cash beans by
fob Baltimore, cases included: Large, processors as a bearish Influence Corn
minimum H" per cem A duality, whites, and oats held about steadv UenC *' Corn
41-45: browns and mixed colors. 41-44',. Near Ihe end of the first hour whret
Mediums, minimum ""per cent A oual- was unchanged to '/lower May^'M"”. l
ity. whites. 41-47'’,. browns and mixed eorn **, ft hl «her re i low/lv.*,;
colors. 30%-40. Current receipts 35-17. *| a*tf were 7 ron'w.J?/*
few lower, mostly 38. t . May n. ™ rl , ! .mSh.'S.ii h Js h *, r "
Receipts: Eggs 4.787 cases by truck. hlk U Mar (m*. SO yb?K,Te?e re
j I', lower. May 83.5 s and lard wai 3 re
DIVIDENDS * hundred Bounds lower. Ma,
I Wheat futures met good support on
' " Prtce dips because of unfavoraW4 *row-
NEW YORK. April 19 c *Aa.f he * t
announced. Pe- Stock of Fay-, s£Si‘ c 1 ?“! d ,i 1 ® “f., , h l }‘ B “ !d °S, «H'*ko.
s ?.Vk riod rfC ° rt ’ lblr norted n, :> h c»r« o( 'wiSSu
Audi. Doe*t. *-M 5-7" oU Vhr f fl n -lfa h y‘ wr. th .r forecast ,„dl.
Rapid «l«‘rotype |>H .,',c 6-1 4-ls{ 'f^t^Sa'VMaSr,;"
C»n Ltd olowlng*^dwsTm" Oklghomg dS Some »hqw-
Prosperity Co AAbS'c 4-78 5-0 "WoKo’AULW^HI
& m c K\ hi X RR ■?!£§ 2:! 3 W flWidwfa&Z
S?o C Vo, k t«7 t? 0 track ty countrjr > *i?ttloi? ln, The* Z\l
Miirheii j » ii >7c o il-I% 7-" , bf l n situation Is ttaht.
fjhui/ Auln Sirs Ise u 4-"7 5-15! ~£* sh c^ rn "‘oc l ** in Chicago Incregted
Urfir niim sl 15c 5-1" 1- 148,(M8i buahels last week to I".18B*8i(l
o?u»«o Falls itic O 4- "5 5-1" bushels, compared with only 1.616.0011
Motif nESaire hoc O 4-"8 x.u * v «*r ago Any futures price advances
■?th"iSS. wK «%c o h.T% 7-1 *« expected to bring more corn in from
BrenfiE? Btl &r -5 § «A «. .% 'he country, traders said. Cash corn
Randal/ Co * ”48? O 4-23 »-l' I tdd »* «“
Rapid Electrotype .. loc Q 0-1 g-15 ■ ll
I E th; FOREIGN EXCHANGE
Wilcox oil 25c a 4-79 6-2" , —....-
Do w NEW YORK. April 19 '^.—Foreign
"" exchange rates follow, Oreat Britain In
NEW YORK COTTON STS'uJES? Siafr ,unrh * nae<l un *
IVfc yy » vrrxrw ' v Canadian dollar ln Now York intrket.
— ! IV, per cont premium or 1h1.50 U. 8.
futures eased K as Z ' TJHb£ , ■*« <*—-»•
tft * ,h *'?7'X.«v ?» B ,uri: - s SfYo.«
Liquidation Increased and found de- teres. 2.7*',. u* Belgium franc),
mand for contracts less aggressive. lMt i, off UOAt France 'francl Th*s
Borne dealers fliure under the Oovern- of * cent: Germany (Weeterni iDeutsche
mem's selling formula of 105 per cent mark' 21.65; HolWad 'guilder) 26.37!,
of loan. Plus reasonable carrying charges up Italy illrti lo't of eent;
It would cost merchants more thu Portugal 'escudoi. 8.60: Sweden ikrean.
36.75 eonis a pound to buy mlddltnt fl 19.34; Swlizerland 'franci ((reel, 73.33;
Inch cotton from the Government owned Denmork 'krone' 14.50.
stock. By contrast, the price at Memphis Latin America: Argentina lire*', 7-4;
on Monday was 33.50 cents a pound - Brazil 'free). 1.27: Mexico. * 02; Vane-
Noon prices were 15 cents a bale ru'ls ibollvar). 3" "3.
higher to 15 cents lower than the pre- Far East: Hong Kong dollar, 17 60!
vlous close May 33.72, July 11.51 ond
October 11.81. 11
ODD LOT DEALINGS METAL QUOTATIONS
— NEW rORK April 19 '*> —«oot aon
ltTW YORK Asrll 19 UP The New ferrous metal prices today: Copper 34
Yortt *tock exchense reported todor cenU * pound. Connecticut YaiTyt I**3
thee* odd lot principal 15 cents a pound. New York. Jfnr if
dealers on ihe ejehsnte lor April l« cents o pound. B*si $1 Loots Tlq 92%
Fwßtasees ot 319.0a .' share*: sales of, cents a pound New York. At FKtMareh,
2P2 "70|[Share* Including 1.190 ohareg Jdee^ N*. I heavy was Quoted *»

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