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Stocks Stage a Rally,
Trade Fairly Active
NEW YORK, Mar. 11 (AP). I
—The stock market had a 1
pretty good rally in moderately ,
active trading this afternoon.
Gains by key stocks ran from
fractions to more than a point. 1
Some of the electronics and
other stocks which drew specu- :
lative demand posted gains 1
going to 4 or 5 points.
The market had an irregular 1
start then picked up gradually.|,
Wall Street seemed heartened ]
by Government forecasts that , i
spending by business for plant j 1
and equipment is expected this
year to top the record of 1957. .;
Some impressive corporate •
reports also bolstered senti
ment. 11
Steels, rails, chemicals, utili- (
ties, aircrafts, tobaccos and i
e 1 e c tfi cal equipments were ;
higher. Most motors were on •
—t
BUSINESS BRIEFS
_, f
Failures of retal stores in
February fell to 98 from 110 in
the corresponding 1959 month,
Dun & Bradstreet, Inc., re
ported. Liabilities of the fail
ing firms dropped to $2,767,000
from $5,731,000.
Collins & Aikman Corp., a
maker of textile fabrics and
yarns, has acquired Bangor
Mills, Inc., for an undisclosed
amount of cash. Bangor Mills
is a Pen Argyl (Pa.) producer
of tricot lingerie fabrics.
American Airlines reported
its February passenger traffic
climbed to 449,188,000 revenue
miles, 23 per cent above the
total for the corresponding
1959 month. Air freight traf
fic rose 28 per cent to 9,434,-
000 ton miles and air express
D. C. SECURITIES
gales
Pot Elec Pwr com—so at 27%. 9 at
27%. 20 oat 27%.
Bondi Bld Asked
Georgetown Gas &■ 01 . 99 101
Natl Mtt 81 $7 par 6% 7
Pot Elec Pwr 3%s 77... S 5
Pot Elec Pwr 3s 83 .. 82
Pot Elec Pwr 2%s 84 75
Wash Gas Lt 5a 60 99
Public Utility Stocks
Pot Elec Pwr 1.32 27% 27%
Pot Elec Pwr 2.44 pt 46% 47%
Pot Elec Pwr 2.46 ot .. 46 on
Wash Gas Lt 2.24 ... 45% 48
Wash Gas Lt cm pt 425 80 83
Wash Gas Lt cm pt 5 95% 99
Wash Gas Lt 4 60 pl 87 10.
Banks and Trnst Companies
Bank ot Bethesda 2 ... 95
Bank of Comm H 0.312
Natl Bav Tr 2.00 .... 110
Rites 43.60 154 160
Washington 1.20 ... 64
Fire and Title Insaranca
Columbia 20 11% I
Firemen’s 41.40 25 I
Real Estate .20 ... 11% i
Mlseellaneoas
D C Transit a 20 10
Gsrflnckcl com lb x 23 25
Garfin 4%% cu cv pt 1% x 23 25
Lanston Industries 60 5
Meraenthaler Lino 42 .. 155 i
Natl Ittae * me 1 .44
Natl Mt>e & tnv pt 35 7 7*..
Peoples Drug 81 2 rd . 40 40%
Ter Ret &Wh Corp . 65
Univ Marion Co al 60.. xlB
Wdwd & Lathrop 3 . 67 69
Wdwd & Lothron pt 5 XlOO
._xEk dividend n Plus stock dividend.
4Plua extra or extras a Declared or
paid so tar this rear.
7 DIVIDENDS
NEW YORK. Mar. 11 (API— Divl-
'deeds declared:
Pe- stk ot Par-
Rate riod record able
Stock
Hartfield Strs 1.5*7 _. 4-8 4-28
Nat Thea A Tel 2*5. .. 4-1 4-30
Spartan Indust SO'; .. 4-15 5-16
Soartan Indse B 50', 4-14 5-16
Increased
Jenkins Brs N-V .375 Q 3-18 3-25
Jenks Brs Fdrs 1.50 Q .3-is .3-25
Plymouth Cord 80 . 3-31 4-20
.. Initial
McQuay Nrv nw .25 3-29 5-2
Spartn Indst nw .20 4-15 5-16
Cca-C Bt NY nw .25 .. 3-23 3-31
Irregular
UB A For Secur .40 .3-21 3-31
Aceamalatlv.
Janette Gl pt. 1.75 „ 3-18 4-1
„ Regular
Gen Bronze ..375 Q 3-21 3-30
Horn A Hrd Bk 1.75 Q .3-18 4-1
Baxter Lab .1125 Q 3-18 3-31
Cen Aeuirre Sag .40 3-31 4-15
Colgate Palm . Jio q 4.is 5.14
Hanover Insur.. 150 Q 3-17 4-1
Lerner Strs .30 Q 4.] 4.15
Associats Invest .65 Q 3-21 4-5
Caro Pow A Lt .33 4-s 5."
Denv Chi Trkg .25 Q 3-15 3-.30
Knott Hotels .25 .3-21 3-'’n
Maremt Auto Pd .15 Q 3-21 3-.il
Diamond Natl ,30 Q 4.11 5.0
Insur Co NAm .75 Q 3-31 4-12
sandurs Co .10 .3-18 3-31
Mclntyre Pore .25 Q 5-2 6-1
New Eng Trust 45 Q 4-1 4-11
Slop A Shop.lo Q .3-21 4-1
- <-
NEW YORK BOND MARKET *
Furnished by Hie Asaeciat«l Press LIST INCLUDES MOST ACTIVE ISSUES <
"- ■ c
FORK city I Det Edison 3, „ 86% NY N H 4%s 2022 13%
DOMESTIC W -i* Douglas Aire cv 4s 77 84 NYN H 4s 2007 33% l .
™ ir,%
Am*F ? P?U'w' 0 60% ga rr ett a Cp C cvr” 7 B 116% Proria 4 BtolfJro to 90 61% <
T..1 i i Gen Am Trans cv 4s 81167 Phllco cv 4%554 LI7X4 (
Am T 1 T Te 41/ Gen Mot Accei) 5s 77 101% Phi|| D Morris 4V«s 79 100% C
im Tet* 2 8? £2 E°! « ’’’* Phnito, Pa’cv 4%,” 7 io? * <
is ?s: k g life <
p [ p Tr fe“RF M
CIT Finance 3'ks 7n 89 Mack Truck 5%s 68 lOlVfc Superior Oil 3 5 4« 81 87X4 J
rr r 2*o? r Merr Chap cv <’*• 75 79 Union Pacific rli 71 80 (
t: S f i
Consol Ed 5%s 89 104% Mo Pacific 4'% 2005 66% Australia 4%a 73 9 g M *
Consol Edison cv 4s 73 104% N E n«l T* T 4%, 81 100% Austro Pa <
e Vy^i^’ 3
Copperw Stel cv 5s 79 103 N Y Lack 4Wn4, 73 SPA NonJlv 5%?n »» f
—' I
AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE i
Furnished by the Associated Press LIST INCLUDES MOST ACTIVE ISSUES !
— <
Alieehenv '-jli 100I 00 «‘A Mead Johnson 120 70 <
A ied h p a Jr IV* Ji£. Tr o l ?! i l A Me,abl Ir °" 5f ’B% '
.. I Desilu Productions 60 13% Molybdenum ,50f 47 '
A m 2? A J! w* Detroit Gray Iron 25t 7%MunUTV 4>4 <
, ' rn Seal Ka <’to 30d 14%! Douglas Oil Co Calif 8% Muter Company 50t 7% 1
Anken Chemical 05. 28 IDu Mont Lab 7% “Jt Bel%?HeM 35 8% I
A2L*f >U '’ i *n a l P?* 1 J* 1 * 4 Dynamics Corp Amer 12% National Petroleum 2% <
R !? A J' 40 ’J- 4 Extern States Corp 34% N Eng Tel 4 Tel I™ 2 35% I
Arnold Alter Alumin 5 Elec BondAShares 1.20 22% New Haven Clock 2% I
Asaoc-iated OU 4 Gas 1 10 Electronic. 11% Norn a LfchU 8% I
A| antic Research 53% Emery Air Frahl 60b 21% Nuclear America 05. 2% I
AiiiJ ?■ * D** S* Empir * MUwork 25t 10% Ogden Corporation 22% I
a! *’ Gcrtxiration wt 2% Equity Corp .251 3% O’Okelp Copper 2 10c 61% <
At“siwtogCent 50b 12% Eaire «y Camera 5011127% Pacific Pekoleum Ltd 10% I
anas sewing Cent 50b 12% Fargo Oils 4 Pancoast Petrol iw » <
IS'nJ!"" 05e ™ Felmonl Petro * 371 ”* P*“no Canada log 3% <
Avnet Electron cp 78f 3O l /4i Firth 9terlins 7 Phtwniv "c* iisa. t
B.UeyM°U4GM 6M. I FlMlir*oBr 12% P^’lnrtu. lr ie’ »%
B’Se Che n m l 7'i rin< Ford Limited .21. 13% R,e V " S!“d?"ft Cp 9% '
Brazil T?a™ 14 Pr *4 Ganera [ Development 18% Roosevelt Raceway 5 I
o*7 Pr 4/4 General Plywood 14% Royalite OU Co 9«Aa 1
Bntalta Petroleum 2%! General Stores 2% Savre 4 Fl«h axil
CMS^"h < PeUokum n 4 3% rSl’wr Indus 4’A Storltog’precllion Cp “
Chromaloy &?t «%: n ? Pe, l alOil 120 32% Trans Corp A 30b 11 I
Clarostat Mfg 50t 14% i !?*? r R * slsta nce 20 19% Tri Continental wt 22% i
C aS ConxnraiVn Ra »'r Industries 11% IU S Foil B 40a 35% I
Clopay Corporal 05d 4% ■ !J a trn l ar ’ 4* Co 15 4% | United Stores Corp 0
ColomafslSd Mb 31% Cd t'niveraal Control. 3n 14%
Consol Diesel FleetH,- 1, - realty 5% Universal Mar on 1.20 16% I
CoXentM AkLlno 6A I V° r “ , Elec !r°nie. Cp 39% | Victoreen In.tru 2%t 9% I
CoS nenW InduTtri" 5%' fch'r* L * n< !, l M 4 «Hi Vinco Corporation 8% I
Creole Priroleum ?S M.ck T ’'
Crown Cent Petroleum <o .75 U* I
the upside, Ford almost erasing
an early 1-point loss. J
Coppers, oils and rubbers i
were mixed. *
Polaroid, a volatile trading J
vehicle, rose more than 5 >
points. J
United States Smelting i
jumped about 4 points, some J
sources reporting that a large t
block overhanging the market '
for this thinly distributed stock J
had been disposed of.
Lehigh Valley Industries was J
up at best close to a point, a (
huge percentage gain for this J
low-priced stock, amid rumors >
of pending recapitalization. *
Motorola rose about 4, high- i
priced International Business *
.Machines more than 3 and )
Texas Instruments more than 2. >
Corporate bonds were mixed (
in fairly active trading. Gov- /
ernment bonds eased for the ]
second day after eight straight t
sessions on the upside. Trading \
was quiet. J
-- ?
■■m j
-—«
i advanced 27 per cent to 939,- •
i 000 ton miles.
Loans to Brokers and dealers f
1 on other than United States *
Government securities held by /
member banks in New York *
i City totaled $864 million yes- J
terday, a decrease of $3l mil- f
lion from a week before and a
i’decrease of $2lO million from i
1 a year before.—Federal Reserve '
' Board. "
I Reserve Member Banks had *
> total reserves averaging $l7,- !
' 951,000,000 on deposit with re- 6
serve banks in the week ended J
I Wednesday. The total included >
• excess reserves of $376 million, ’
, $62 million less than the av- f
. erage of the week before and 4
, $177 million less than a year f
earlier —Federal Reserve Board. /
Fairbanks Morse of Chicago J
■ and Finneccanica, big holding »
company whicn manages Italy's *
state - controlled mechanical ’
companies, have concluded a *
manufacturing and marketing *
, agreement. a
Dynamics Corp, of America J
‘ has acquired Winston Elec- >
i tronics, Ltd., a British manu- 4
facturer of military, commer- .
cial and medical electronic >
equipment.
Construction has begun on
' additional facilities, which will |
' double present manufacturing b
space at Shepperton. England, b
, E
Earnings
Standard Oil Co. of Ohio in I
1959 earned $25,060,769 or $5.02 j *
per share vs. $24,044,463 or ‘
$4.82 a share in 1958.
International Paper Co. in f
1959 earned $83,610,673 or $6.21 e
a share vs. $72,000,906 or $5.35; J
a share in 1958. It
United Aircraft Corp, in 1959 £
earned $28,638,353, or $4.2£ a e
‘ share, vs. $42,294,728, or $6.40 j
a share, in 1958. The decline t
was laid mainly to expensive |
; research and development pro- e
grams. i
Other earnings: t
For Month ot Janaory
i 960 1959 I
Balt Transit $3l/117 $56,982 I
For 2 Months to February 29 f
’ Grt North Ry 1.486.335 2.438.520 i
’, Per share 0.24 0.40 ■
For Quarter Ended January 31 !
' !Masy-Fasn Ltd 1.031.000 2.680.000 *
Per share 0.06 0.24 1
For 6 Months to January 31 I
* Anderson. Clytn 179.661 '49.264 t
'i Per share 0.95 "loss I
> Bond Strs Inc 2.051.143 2.233.441 I
’ Per share 1.21 1.32 t
. Campbell Soup 18.823.000 17.418.000 !
! Per share 1.75 1.62 !
> Mlcrotc Hone 9.625.998 6.001.776 !
> Per share 2 .95 1.84 '
For 12 Months to January 31
Atlanta Gs Lt 3.092.805 3.112.640
> Per share 2 53 2 54 ,
1 For Year to December 31
1959 1958 (
I Bathurst P&P 1,813.414 1.546,663 <
Per B share 1 40 1.03 (
Hoffmn Electr 1.990.165 1.712.509 (
Per share 131 1 15 f
> Hudsn Bay Min 9.905.613 7.302 888 ,
Per share 359 - «« '
! Indianan PAL 9.289.724 8.420.533 )
> Per share 2 46 "0 4
I McQv-Nrs Mil 1.299.400 687.008 <
Per share 2 28 1 ’’ 1 <
> Natco Corp 815,285 615.344 <
Per share 114 0 86 t
Newby <J. J.) 5.589.740 5.247.566 r
1 Per share 332 31° ;
‘ Perfect Circle 3.898.175 2.163.477 J
I Per share 3 37 1 87 c
, Stand Coll Prd 1.523 379 558.887 C
Per share 0 77 0 36 <
I Transct Gs PL 18.688.387 17.084.760 <
Per share 1 25 1 16 r
I Unlvsl Cns 011 3.058.801 2.773.305 r
Per share 3 19 2 89 £
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NfW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE QUOTATIONS
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LOW 2:30
A
Abbott! ÜBa 17 55% 32% 52%
ABC Vend lb 2 23% 23% 23%- %
ACF lad 2.50 « 47% 47 47 - %
ACF Writ 40 19 13% 13 13 - %
Acme SUI» 4 26*/. 26 2«%+ %
AdamaExlSe 5 25% 25% 25%
Adams Mill 2 3 58% 57 58>%+2
Addrwh 1 SOb « 116 115 115 - %
Admiral 30 20% 19% 20%+ %
Aeronuie 40b 1 34% 34% 34%+ %
Airßedue 2.50 24 71% 70 71%+2%
AJ Industries 120 6% 5% « + %
Ala Gaa IM 2 28% 28 28
Alco Prodi 4 16% 16% 16%+ %
Aldens 120 b 10 40% 40*4 40%- %
Alleghany 72 10 9% 10
Alley 6of .60 x!9 34% 33% 34%- %
AllexLudStl 2 25 42% 41% 42%+ %
Allied Oi i M 34 52% 51% 52%+1%
Allied Kid 1 4 16% 16% 16%- %
AHledLal 20a 2 49% 49% 49%- %
Allied Mills 2a 1 34% 34% 34%- %
Allied Stores J 4 55*4 54% 55 + %
AllisChal 150 27 33% 33% 33%+ %
AlliaCh pf4.M 1 141 114 114 -5
AlphaPC I N 7 34 33% 34 + %
Alum Ltd 00 162 30% 29% 30 + %
Alcoa LN 23 84% 83% 84 %%
Ameracelb 6 45% 45% 45%+ %
Amerada; 11 65% 65% 65%+ %
Am Airline 1 55 19% 19% 19%+ %
AmßoschlN 16 26 25% 26 + %
AmßrkSh 2.M 6 47 47 47
AmßrdParl 26 28% 28% 28%
AmCblfcß M 9 10% 10% 10%+ %
Am Can 2 32 39% 39% 39%- %
AmCan pf 1.75 13 37% 37% 37%- %
AmCh*C2 50 3 46 45% 48 + %
AmChic 16ua 1 47% 47% 47%- %
AmCoßarxel 1 19% 19% 19%- %
AmCrysSl.OOa 1 38% 38% 38%- %
Am Cyan 1.60 23 49 48% 48%
AmEIPW 100 20 49% 49% 49%+ %
AmEnka 25e 6 24% 24% 24%
Am Export 2 25 28% 27% 28%+1%
AmAFPw lie 11 8% 7% 8 - %
AmHomejeOa 24 153% 150% 150%-2
AmHosSun 65 5 36% 36% 3«%+ %
Am Invest 11 18 18 18 + %
•Amlnv pf 5.25500 96% 96% 96%+2%
AmMfcFd I 3« 47 52% 51 51%
•AmMFpf3.9o 320 79% 79 79 - %
AmMAM 1.60 2 47 47 47 + %
Am. Metal 1.20 65 22 21% 21%+ %
AmMetP 1.60 12 23% 23 23%
Am Molas .80 3 15% 15% 15%+ %
Am Motors 1 166 24% 23% 24 + %
AmNatG2 60b 12 57% 57% 57%- %
Am News 2 5 53 51 53 +2
Am Optical 2 2 46 46 46
AmPotashl 20 5 37% 37% 37%- %
Am Seat 1.60 1 29% 29% 29%- %
Am Smelt 1 32 44 43% 43%+ %
AmSoAfri Ma 16 27% 27% 27%- %
AmStand 20e 87 14% 14% 14%+ %
AmSUFdI N 14 32 31% 32
Am Stores 2b 4 71% 71% 71%- %
Am Sus 1.60a 1 27% 27% 27%+ %
•AmSu pfl 75 570 28% 28 28%+ %
Am TAT 3.30 93 86% 85% 86 + %
Am Tobac «a 6 104% 103% 104 + %
Am Viscose 2 20 34% 34% 34%+ %
AmWatWk W 3 18% 18% 18%— %
AmZmc 500 12 14% 14% 14%
AMP Inc 60 5 50 50 50 + % .
Ampex 85 38% 38 38%+1
Ampßorxl.4o **32 37% 37% 37%+ %
Anaconda 50e 65 52 51% 51%
AnchHoc 35e x 1 36% 36% 36% %
Ander Clayt 2 13 37% 37 37 + %
AndPrOil I M 1 31% 31% 31%+ %
Archer Dan 2 5 36% 36% 36*4 %
Armco Steel 3 23 60% 60% 60%+ %
Armour 1.30 b 16 36% 36% 36%+ %
ArmstCkl Me 9 40% 39% 40%+ %
Arvin Ind 1 2 22% 22 22%+ %
AshlandOi) lb 4 20% 20% 20%- %
ASR Prod 50 14 13% 13% 13%
Atchlaonl 20a 43 24% 23% 24%+ %
Atchison t+so 13 9% 9% 9%- %
AtlCtyEl 1.10 5 30% 30% 30%+ %
AUCstUneto 13 45 44 45 +l%
AU Resin 3 21 35% 35% 35%- %
AUasCp 371 31 5% 5 5%+ %
AUasCppfl 2 15% 15% 15%+ %
AUasPdr 2.M 5 90% 90% 90*4
Auto Cant .60 *7 21% 21 21%
AvcoCbJO 62 13% 12% 13%+ %
B
Babbitt »a 76% 6% 6%
BabcA* 1.20 12 34% 33% 34%+ %
Bald Lima 60 65 15% 15 15%+ %
Ball GA E 1 2 26% 25% 26%+ %
BaJtAOhiol 50 20 35% 35% 35%+ %
Balt AOh Pf 4 3 57% 57% 57%- %
Barb Oil 1.87 d 5 53% 52% 53 +l%
Basic Pd 1.20 3 22% 22 22 - %
BalhlronW 3 2 48% 48% 48%
BauschALl2o 6 35% 35 35%- %
BeatFds 1.60 b 8 39 38% 39 + %
BeaunitMill I » 1»% 1» 19%+ %
Beckmao in 29 71 70 70%+1%
BeechAirl 60b 44 65% 63 65%+1%
BeechLifel.6o 8 33% 33% 33%+ %
Bell Aire 50s 7 15% 15 15%+ %
BeUAHow M 45 45% 43% 44%+1%
BendixAv2.Mt 16 69% 69% 69%+ %
Benef Fin lb 16 23% 23% 23%- %
Benxuet Min 29 1% 1% 1%- %
Bestwall 1.121 2 39% 39 39
Beth SU 2.M 56 47% 46% 47%+ %
Beth SU pf 7 2 142% 142% 142%- %
Bigelow Sans 4 18% 18 18%+ %
BlackADel 60 21 43 41%. 43 +1
BlaKnox IMb 1 41% 41% 41%+ %
Bliss E W 3 16% 16% 16%+ %
Boeing Ait lb 72 27% 27 27%+ %
BoodStrs 1.25 10 20% 19% 20 - %
Borden 37b 10 44 43% 43%- %
Bora Warn 2 30 40 39% 40
Boston Edis 3 57 60% 60% 60%- %
BraniflAir 6u 10 10% 10*,a 10%
Bndgßras.SOe x 8 34% 34% 34%
Brikßr Pi 2.23 X 1 43 43 43 - %
Bnxaa Mis 18 11% 10% 10%- %
BristolMy 20e 18 42% 42 42%+ %
BklvUGasl 20 0 26% 26 26%+ %
Brown ABg 1 16 19 18’% 19
Brun Balk 6u 136 53 51% 52%
BTL Cp 1.80 12 43% 43% 43%- %
Bucyrus Erie 24 19 18% 18%+ %
Budd Cot 67 22% 21% 22 + %
Bullard 3 13% 13% 13%- %
Bulova 60 3 15% 15% 15% %
Burl Ind 1.30 «4 20 19% 20 + %
Burroughs 1 24 30% 29% 30%+ %
c
CampßLk 35a 90 15 14% 15 +% j
CampSoupl 80 38 46% 46*+ 46%+ %
Canada Dry > 6 19% 19 19%- %
Cdn Pae 1.50 40 24% 24% 24%+ %
Capital Airline 7 10% 10% 10%+ %
CaroPAL 1.32 12 37% 37% 37%+l
CaroStl 1 20a 6 42% 42 42 + %
Carrier 160 15 32% 32% 32%-%
Carter Prod la 37 60 58% 59%-2%
Case J I 87 13% 13% 13%- %
Case 2 n 65 17 6% 6% 6%
Cater Trac I 49 29% 28% 29%+ %
Celanese lb 26 27% 27% 27%+ %
Celotex 2 9 31% 30% 31%+ %
CenAxuir 160 2 22% 22% 22%
CentHudG k? 23 20% 20% 20%+ %
CentlUPS 192 2 40 40 40 + %
Cen ASW % 58 32 31% 32%+ %
CenlSova 1.10 7 22% 22% 22%- %
Cer de Pas lb 19 31 30% 30%+ %
Cert-teed Me 15 13% 13 15%+ %
Cessna Air n 116 35% 33% 35 +l%
Chad Goto 20 4% 4 4%+ %
Champ Oil 1 8 18*+ 18% 18%
Chance Vat 2 13 29% 28% 29*++ %
Checker Mot 8 27% 26% 27%+ %
Cbemtron 1 8 23% 22% 23
Chemway M 3 12% 12% 12*++ %
CheaAOtuo * 13 60% 60% 60A»+ %
ChlGtWeSt 2b 6 34% 34 34*+- %
ChiGtWpf2.sO 2 38% 38*/a 38%
ChMSPAPI 50 11 22% 21% 22%+ %
Chi ANW 4 16% 16% 16v»- %
Chi NW pf 6 27% 27% 27%
ChlPneuT to 10 24 23% 23%+ %
ChiRIAP 160 10 26% 25% 2«%+ %
Chrysler 1 89 53% 51% 53 +l%
CinGAEI.SO 6 33% 33% 33%+ %
CinMUIM I.M 8 34>+ 34% 34%+ %
CIT Finan2.no 9 52% 51% 51%- %
CltlesSvr 2.M 16 41% 41% 41%
city Prd 2.60 3 48 40 48 - %
City Stores 11 14% 14% 14%
Clev E 111 180 10 49% 46% 48% - %
Clevite 30e 8 48 47 48 + %
Clu'ttPea.SOe 4 51% 51% 51%+ %
Coca Cola 2.40 34 52% 52% 52%+ %
ColkPal I 20a 19 37 36% 36$e+ %
Collins Radio 72 61*+ 60% 61%+1%
Colo FAlr 62t 26 25% 24% 25
CBS IMb 25 38% 37% 38 + %
Colm Gaal 68 19% 19% 19%- %
Col Carb 2 M 4 45% 45% 45%+ %
CoIASOE 1.60 5 40% 40% 40%-
CombEnxl.l2 10 23% 23% 23%
ComlCredlßO 6 58% 58% 58%+ %
Coml Solv 40 229 16% 15% 16*++ '+
Com Edis 2b 13 57 56% 57 + %
Comptometer 11 16% 16% 16% %
Conde Nast 38 9% 8% 9*++ %
Consoleum 8 9% 9% 9%
Cons Edis 3 12 62% 61% 62%+ %
ConElnd 50e 13 44% 44 44%+ %
Cons Foods lb 8 26% 26% 26%
CnsGUtil 90b 2 23% 23*+ 23%
ConsNGas2 20 13 44% 43% 44%+ %
Console! I.M 3 33% 33’+ 33%+ %
ConsuPw 2.60 18 54% 34% 54%
Container I 13 24% 23% 24 + %
Coni Can 180 41 42% 42% 42%
Cont Cop 70b 16 12% 12 12
Cont Ina 2b 17 47% 47% 47*+- %
Cont Mol 60 28 10% 10% IQ%+ %
Com (JU 1.60a 20 48 47% 48
ConlrolAm.Su 4 36% 36% 36%+ %
Coopßea 160 b 11 34% 33% 34>++ %
Copperßns.so 31 17 16*+ 16%+ %
CoppweldStß 4 42% 42% 42% - %
Corn Prod 7 14 48’,« 46 48%+ %
Corn Dub OSe 7 24 23% 23%+ %
Corn Gls 1.40 s 6 138 136% 138 +l%
CosdenPet lb 6 21% 21% 21%+ %
Coty Inc 3 11% 11% 11%- %
Coty InU 20a 2 3% 3% 3%+ %
Crane Co 2 5 56% 55% 56%+ %
Cresc Pet 25t 10 17% 17% 17%
CrowCoU 87f 72 18% 18% 18%+ %
Crown Cork 5 35% 35 35
CrownZei 1.80 25 45% 44% 45 + %
Cruc Steel 80 34 23 22 23 + %
•Cuba HR pf 800 76% 7
Cuuany Pack 5 11% 11 ll‘++ %
Curt Pub a5 7 10% 10% 10%
CurtWrixh 25e 66 22% 22% 22%+ %
CurtlasWrA 2 2 34% 33% 33%+ %
Cutler b2a 11 84% u 3% 04
D
DanßlvrM 00 7 14% 14% 14%- %
Dana Corp 2 4 35% 34% 35%+ %
Liaysiroml ZO 9 40% 39% 39%- %
lia.vlPAl 2.40 9 47% 47 47 - %
Ilayßubl Mb 3 27% 27% 27%+ %
DecaHer ord I 22 21% 20% 20%+ %
Deere 2b 52 43% 42% 43%+1%
Del A Hud 'J 0 26 25% 25%+ %
Del PAI 2.28 7 69% 69 69%- %
Delta Alt 1.20 5 21 21 21
DenARGW 1 12 16% 16% 16%+ %
Del Edison 2 12 40% 40% 40%+ %
Det Stl Cp la 36 19% 19% 19%+ %
DiamAlkl.SOb 2 54% 54% 54%+ %
MARKIT AVERAGES
Compiled by the Associated Preu
30 15 15 BO
STOCKS—Indst Ralls Util Stks
Net change. +.» +l.l +.3 +.B
Noon .. 311. R 118.4 08.1 210.5
Yesterday— 310.fi 117.3 07.8 200.7
Week ago .. 314.5 118.2 08.0 211.5
Month ago 321 6 128.1 97.0 ’>16.4
Year ago 328.0 140.5 102.1 225.5
•50-60 high 355.6 147.6 102.6 235.8
'59-60 10w306.1 114.8 93.4 207.8
2O 10 10 1010 Lew
BONDS—RaIIs Indst Util Fgn Yld
Net change +.l +.l +.l —.l unc.
Noon 76.6 92.6 83 7 86.0 80.3
Yesterday 76.5 02.5 83.6 86.1 80.3
Week ago 78.0 92 4 83.4 85.7 89.3
Month ago 76.1 91.9 83.0 84.7 88.6
Year ago 82.3 94.6 86.1 85.4 91.8
’59-60 high 82.8 94.8 86.2 86.2 92.7
’59-60 low 74.8 90.8 80.8 84.0 87.4
an'd°Div Low 2:20 chg
Diam Nat ’2O 6 30 29% 30 + %
DinClubl 87F 6 25% 25% 25*+- %
Disney 40b 4 34% 34 34 - %
DistSeagl 20a 3 30 30 30 - %
DivcnWal 20b 6 24% 23% 24%+1%
Dome Min 70 72 21% 20% 21%+ %
DominFdl.Oto 10 17% 17 17*+- %
Douglas Air 16 37% 37% 37%+ %
Dover Cb 1.20 3 21% 21% 21%
DewChml M 37 07% 86% 07*++ %
Dresser IM 25 25% 25% 25%
Dunhill 25t 3 11% 11% 11%+ %
Duplan 3 10% 10% 10%- %
Do Pont I.SOe 16 225% 223% 224%+ %
DuPont pf4.M 3 99 98% 98%- %
Dunes Lt 1.10 6 22% 22% 22%+ %
E
Eagl Picb I X 2 23% 23% 23%+ %
EutAirlb 54 25% 25% 25%- %
EagtGAFl M 9 25% 25 25%+ %
East BSU 90 8 20% 20% 20%
Eastmanl.aos 24 99% 98% 98*+- %
EatonM t.Boa 2 38 38 38 - %
ElasStopN lb 2 23% 23% 23%- %
ElAutoLitSOe 4 53 53 53
Elec A Music 60 7% 7% 7%+ %
Elgin Watch 7 12% 12% 12%+ %
ElPasoNGl 30 26 28% 27% 28 + %
Emers Elec 1 24 36% 36% 36%+ %
Em Radio 501 14 15 14% 14’++ %
EunitGul 75 4 33% 33% 33%+ %
Erie RR 11 10% 9% 10%+ %
Eversh I X 4 23% 21% 21%- %
Ex-CeU-01 M 12 32% 31% 32%+ %
F
Fairban Whit 379 11% 11% 11%+ %
FairWhpfl Mx 3 27% 27% 27%+ %
Fairchild Eng 8 8% 8% 8%
Falstaffl.X 5 24% 24% 24%+ %
Fam Fin I.M 4 28% 28% 28%+ %
Fansteel lb 3 55 54% 54%
Fedders Cn I 10 17% 17% 17%+ %
Fed Mogul 140 5 29% 29% 29%+ %
FedPacEl fob 4 26 25% 25%+ %
FedPaßofl.ls 1 21% 21% 21%
Fed D Store» 8 64 64 64
Fenestra 3 16% 16% 16%+ %
Ferro Cp 40e 12 44% 43 44%+ %
FibPaoer 140 9 43% 43 43 - %
FiftoAveL.SOex 2 16% 16% 16%+ %
•Filtrol 180 13 37% 36% 37%+ %
Firestone 22 39% 38% 39
First N Stl 2a 6 55 54% 54%- %
Firs tamer 80 18 26% 26% 26%+ %
Fllntkote 180 18 34% 34% 34%+ %
Fla Power 80 9 31% 31% 31%- %
FlaPwALt 96 19 50% 56% 56%+ %
Fluor Cp 3 14 13% 13%+ %
Food Fair 1 10 31% 31% 31%+ %
FoodMcb I X 16 47% 46% 47 + %
Food Mart 60 8 16% 15% 16 - %
Foote Mln 80 3 24% 24% 24%
FordMotJ Ma 111 73% 71% 73 + %
ForemDalr 1 5 17% 17% 17%+ %
FosWheel Mr 9 37% 37% 37%+ %
FreepSul I X 33 23% 22% 23%+1%
Fru Trail 60e 50 26% 26% 2«%+ %
G
Gabriel Co 7 16% 16% 16*+- %
Gambia Sk I 4 23 22% 23 + %
Gar Wood 13 5% 5% 5%- %
Gard Den I 4 44% 44 44 - %
Garrett 2a 2 49% 49% 49%+ %
GnAmlnd 201 11 5 4% 5
GnAmlnv lOe 6 26% 26% 26%- %
GenAmOil Mb 12 22% 22% 22%
GenATra 210 17 63% 62% 63%+ %
Gen Bak 60 6 11% 11% 11%+ %
Gen Cable 7 19 44% 43% 43%
GContFin M 5 7’» 7% 7%+ %
Gen Dynam 2 43 44% 44% 44%+ %
Gen Electric 7 89 86% 85% 86%+ %
Gen Fds 260 12 100% 99% 99%-1
Genlnstru 15g 9 25 24% 24%+ %
Gen Mills 1 X 7 28% 28 28%+ %
Gen Moton 2 141 45% 44 45%+ %
GnOutAd I.X 2 22% 22% 22%- %
GenPCelXa 91 37% 37% 37%+ %
GenPrec 25e 28 47% 46 47%+ %
GenPubS 36e 11 5% 5% 5%
GenPubl'tl 12 27 22% 22% 22%+ %
Gen Ry Sig la 4 31% 31% 31%- %
Genßefract 1 11 26 25% 26
GenStlCa I.M 6 25% 24% 25%+ %
GTeIAEI 2.X 56 73% 72% 73%+1%
Gen Time la al3 109% 106% 109%+2%
Gen Tire lb 28 66% 64% 66 + %
Geneseo I.X 3 34% 34% 34%+ %
Ga Pac Cp lb 9 47 46 47 +1
Getty Oil 254 17 14% 14% 14%+ %
Gillette 2.50a 41 65% 64% 65%+ %
Gimbel 220 7 52 51% 52 + %
Glen Aid Ma 53 19 18% 19 + %
Goebel Brew 11 2% 2% 2%
Goodrich 2.X 9 73% 72 73 + %
Goodyear SOb 73 38% 37% 37%-l
Grace Col t>oo 12 39% 38>» 39 - %
GrahamPaiao 14 2% 2% 2%
GrandUn 60 6 30% 30% 30%+ %
GranCSU 1 M 20 31% 31% 31%+ %
Grant 2.M 9 49 48% 49 + %
Gravßob 621 35 12% 11% 12%+1%
GtAtlAPac lb 39 38% 37% 37% - %
GlNorPap 60 3 42% 42% 42%- %
Gl North Ry 3 20 46% 45% 46 + >4
GtWFlnan Mb 4 39% 39% 39%+ %
GtWSog 120a 3 28% 28 28%
Green Hl 25r 28 31% 30% 31%+ M
Greyhound lb 10 20% 20% 20%+ %
Gru Aire 150 12 24% 24% 24%+ %
GuHMobAO 77 25% 25 25%+ %
Gull OU 1 70 28% 28% 28%- %
GulfStaUUl 1 11 29% 29% 29%- %
H
HackWatl.M 2 48% 48% 48%- %
HallPnm I.M 3 28% 28% 28%+ %
Halhburt 2.M 5 44 43% 43%+ %
HarbWalkl M 2 50% 50% 50%- %
Harriot 1 SOb 5 48% 47% 48%+l
Hancot.X 9 48% 46% 48 +l%
Harshaw Ch I 2 23% 23% 23%+ %
Hart SA M 2 3 51 50% 50%- %
Haveglnd Mg 10 67% 65% 67%+2
Hercul Motor 21 19 17% 18%+1%
HercuPdr 250 3 65% 65>x 65%- %
Herts 1 20a 26 45% 45*4 45%+ %
Hew Robins 11 22% 22% 22%- %
HdnNport lie 5 16% 16% 16*4- %
Hilton Ho 150 6 33% 33% 33%- %
Hoff Elec 60 5 26% 26% 26%
Homestkl 60a 19 42% 4114 42*4+ %
Honolulu Oil I 649 48% 48%+ %
Hooker Ch I 31 35 34% 34%- %
Hotel Co Am 3 5% 5% 5%+ %
Houd Ind lb 4 18% 18% 18’e+ %
Houdln pf 2 25 5 37 36% 36*4- 14
HseFm I 20b 6 27% 27% 27%+ %
HousLAP 160 15 73% 72 73 +1
HoweSnd 7M IB 18% 17% 10%+ %
Hunt Fda SOb 4 25% 25 25 - %
HupoCp lit 88 12% 11% 12%+ %
I
IdaboPw 1.70 1 47*4 47*4 47*4
ideal Cem M 11 26% 26% 26%- 14
Ul Central 2 7 39*4 38% 39%+ %
11l Power 2 14 47% 46*4 47*4+ ’4
Indust Raxon 45 19 17% 1Z +l%
Ing Rand 3a 8 75 74 75 +1
Inland SU Me 15 41% 40% 41*4+1*4
InspirCop 50e 7 34% 34 34%+ %
Intercom IM 4 39 38% 39 - M
Interlake 160 17 30 30 30 %
IntlßusMcn 3 44 419% 418 418 +2*/i
Int Harv 2.M 22 45% 44% 45%+ ’4
Int.MACh 160 8 29% 29% 29*4- %
Int Mining 2 22% 22% 22*4- XI
Inti Nickel 3 13 99% 97% 98%
ini Pack 55s 28 19% 18% 19 + >,l
Int Paper 3b 27 109% 107% 109*4+2%
int Shoe 180 3 34% 34% 34%
Inti lAT 1 113 36% 34% 35%+ AS
int UtU l.Ma 4 33% 35% 33%+ %
Int utu tri; 8 42*4 41% 42%- %
InterstPw9o 3 18% 18’. 18%+ %
lowa ELP 1.80 6 36 35* 4 36 + M
IowaUIGI.SV 14 36% 36% 36*4- %
Isl Crk Coal 2 13 30% 30% 30*4+ %
ITECkBr I.M 19 32 30% 30%-l%
J-K
Jewel T 1.40 5 46% 45% 45%- %
Jonns Mao 2 24 SO 49*4 50 +l%
Jon Logan .50 x!4 10% 9% 9%
JonesALa2sO 70 65% 65 65%+ %
Joy Mfs 2 3 38 37% 37%- %
Kaiset Alu 90 37 42A4 41 42%+J
KansCPL2 20 2 46% 46% 46%+ %
KanCitvSou < 2 73% 73% 73%
KansGAE 164 4 44% 44% 44%+ m
KansPAl 142 5 32 31% 32 + %
Kays Roth M 21 11% 11% 11%- 14
Kendall Co 2 2 SO 50 50+ %
Kenecot 12oe 44 78% 77% 78%+ *4
KernCLd 240 2 50% 50% 50%
KerMcGe 80s 8 46% 46 46%+ 14
Kimb Cl I.Bob 25 69 60% 68%+ %
KLMAIr 1.85 s 3 26% 28% 28%
Koppers 1.60 6 40% 40 40 - %
KorveUeEJ 51 18% 18% 18%+ %
KresgeSS 160 3 30 29% 30 + %
Kress SHI 9 23% 23% 23%
Kroger 1.10 20 34% 34% 34%- %
KVPSutb ,35e 10 27% 27% 27%
L
LadedeG 90 2 18% 18’4 18%+ %
Lear Inc M 24 16% 16% 16%+ %
Lee RAT I.X 3 19% 19% 19%
LeesASona 2b 9 45 44% 45
LehighCANlg 16 10% 10% 10%- %
UhlghPtCl.X 13 29% 29 29%+ %
B6O 3% 3% 3%+ %
LehVall Inflk 57 43% 40% 43%+3%
tehVallnlol 93 14% 12% 14%+2%
Leh Vai RH 5 6% 6% 6%+ %
Lehman 1.63e 22 26% 25% 25%+ %
LDFGIU2 Ma 27 60% 60 60%+ %
Libby McN 40 36 10% 10% 10%
LlagAMyer 5 6 82% 02 82%- %
Lionel Corp 138 18 17% 17%+1
LUton Indus 29 69% 67% 68%+1%
LockhAlr 120 44 17% 27% 27%+ %
Loew’s Theat 8 14% 14% 14%+ %
LoneStCl 20a 6 26% 26 26 + %
LoneSGasl 80 13 36% 36% 36% %
lnnglslLl 130 12 34 34 34
LoriUard 2.20 26 36% 36% 36%
LouANash 5 7 72% 71% 72%+1%
Lowenstein 1 5 16 16 16
liikensStl Me 5 66% 65% 66%+1%
Lykes BSS 1 6 18% 18% 18%- %
M
I MaclrTrkl.lOb 32 42 41 42
> Macy 1 6 38 37% 38
- Stock Eatimated Net
andPiv Sales 100 s High Ixrw 2.X chg
MdanFdl.s3a 10 17% 17% 17%+ %
Magma Coo 11 38% 38 38%+ %
- Magnavox 1 5 36% 36 36 + %
Mallory IMb 2 41% 41% 41%- %
* Manati Sug 3 3% 3% 3%+ %
8 MaracOU 15g 2 4% 4% 4%
•7 MarineMld lb 3 26% 26% 26%+ %
I Mara Ce I.X 4 45% 44% 45%+ %
4 MarauardtCp 18 25% 24% 24%+ %
5 MarshFld2 50 14 47% 47% 47%- %
R Martin Col SOb 18 40% 39% 40 + %
8 MavDStrX X 28 46% 46 46%- %
Maytag 2a 2 37% 37% 37%
w MCA Inc 4 23% 23% 23%- %
1 McCall 60b 6 28% 28 28 - %
’• McCroMeL M 13 14% 14 14
McDenn Mb 6 31% 31% 31%+ %
3 McGraEd I M 2 42% 42 42%+ %
B McG Hill I.M 6 69% 69 69 - %
R Mclntyre I 6 26% 26% 26%
7 McKesAßl 50 3 43 43 43 - %
4 MeadCrol TO 3 40% 40% 40%+ %
- MelvShoe 15n 9 25% 25% 25%+ %
* «Melv Sh pf 4 1790 79% 79 79 - %
L MercanSl.Ma 12 32% 32% 32%- %
* Merck lMa 61 75% 74% 75%+ %
+ MergLinol.M 1 59% 59% 59%
+ MerrChASl 20 29 17% 17 17%+ %
+ Mesta M 2.50 ax 3 64% 63% 64%- %
+ MetrGold I.X 9 26% 26% 26%+ %
4 Miami Cop 2a 18 70% 69% 70%+ %
* MidSoUUlnl 11 26% 26% 26%+ %
* Midlnd Rosa 3 2 52 51% 52 + %
MnAChem 200 27 18 17% 18 + %
* Mpla Hob 2a 19 136% 132% 135 +2%
Minn Moline 4 21% 22 21%+ %
A Minn MM I.M 17 177 174% 177 +2
A MlnnAOn I.M 1 29% 29% 29%+ %
+ MInnPALI.M 3 32% 32% 32%- %
4 MlnuteM 25e 9 18% 18% 18%
4 MissionCl2sg 20 30% 30% 30%
Mission Dev 11 18% 18 18*%+ %
MIuRIvFI.M 14 30% 30% 30%+ %
4Mo Kan Tex 4 5 4% 4%
4 Mo Pac A 2.40 7 39% 39% 39%+ %
4 MoPortC 1 M 5 34% 34 34%+ %
MoPubSv 72b 3 17% 17% 17%
4 Mohasco 40a 15 12% 12% 12%+ %
4 Monsanto lb 32 42% 41% 42%+ %
4 MontDUt I.X 1 26% 26% 26%+ %
MontPwr 80 13 23*/. 23% 23%
4 Monter OU It 6 22% 22% 22%+ %
4 Mont Ward 2 29 44% 43% 44%+ %
4 Moore McCor 5 12% 12 12%+ %
4 Morrell 20r 4 38% 38% 38%
4 Motor Prod 1 xll 20 19% 19*+- %
4 Motorola 150 9 157% 152% 157 +4
4 Murohv 2 Nla 5 52% 52 52%+ %
4 Myerßrol.JUe 7 56% 56% 56%- %
* N
NAFI Co 25e 182 37% 36% 37 - %
4 Nat Acms 2a 2 50% 50% 50%- %
4 NatAirlln 371 6 14% 13% 14%
NatAvia 3.55 g 5 27% 26% 26%- %
4 Natßiscl Ma 16 54 53*+ 54 - *,*
4 NaUCan 621 5 10% 9% 10*/.+ %
NaCaahßl.2ob 11 58% 57% 58%+ %
* NatCitvLinJ 2 27% 27% 27%- %
4 Nat Dairy 2 7 48% 47% 47%- %
4 NatDisUl I.X 24 30*+ 29% 30 - %
Nat Dist 0H.25 9 97% 95% 56%
, NatFuelGl 20 6 22% 22% 22%
4 Nat Groau 2b 9 56% 54% 55>++l
* Nat Lead 75a 37 94% 94 94 - %
4 Nat Mai 7 3 34% 34*+ 34%- %
4 Nat Steel 3 7 76*+ 75% 76 + %
4 Nat Tea M 28 17% 17% 17%+ %
. Nat ThAT 25t 12 8% 8% 8%- %
4 NatVulFib la 5 21% 21 21%+ %
4 Natomas 2 5% 5% 5%+ %
4 Natua Corp 855 22% 20 21 -1%
4 Neuner .M 6 14% 14% 14%- %
4 Neptune 1.40 2 28% 28% 28%- %
4 New EEI I.VB 15 20% 20% 20%
4 NPtNShiPI.M 9 36 35% 36
4 NYAirßrkl.M 1 26% 26% 26%+ %
4 N Y Cern 25e 51 23% 22% 23%+ %
. NYChiAStL } 13 30% 30% 30%+ %
4NY NHAHart 3 5% 5% s*++ %
4 NY Shipbd 2 4 24% 24% 24*++ %
4 NYStEAGIX 12 25 25 25 + %
4 NlaaMPwl.M 22 34% 34% 34%+ %
4 NopcoChm lb 2 35% 35% 35%- %
Northwest 4a 5 97 96% 97 + %
, NoAmAvia la 30 35% 34% 35%+ %
4 NoACar IMa 15 38% 38 38%+ %
4 NorNGu 1.8 34 27% 27% 27%- %
4 Nor Pac 2.X 8 41% 41% 41%+ %
4 NoStaPwrl.lo 11 24% 24% 24% %
4 Northrop IM 7 27 26% 27 + %
Norw Alrt 80 8 23 22% 22%+ %
4 NowstA pf 1.31 3 26% 26% 26%+l
Norwich 80 1 39% 39% 39%
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. Ohio Edis 296 4 61% 61% 61%
4 onio OU 160 25 34*+ 33% 33%- %
4 OkIaGAE 112 16 29% 29 29%+ %
* Olin Mato I 12 45% 45% 45*++ %
Oliver Cp 60 87 16% 16% 16>+- %
4 Otis Elev I.M 6 39’+ 39% 39%- %
4 Outb Mar 80 15 33 32% 33 + %
4 Owens Cng 1 4 86 85% 85%+ %
4 owensHlG2 50 8 98% 97 98>++ %
4 Owens Bl oft 3 109% 108% 109%+l‘+
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4 PacGAEI 260 25 63% 63% 63%+ %
* Pac Ltg 2.M 12 47 %47 47%+ %
Pac TAT 1.14 29 26% 26% 26%- %
2 PacTelAT rt 811 1% 1%. 1%.- %a
? Pac Tin 07e 3 5% 5% 5%+ %
Packßell SOO 12 33% 32% 32%
2 PanAmAir 80 133 17% 16’+ 17 - %
™ PanhEPLl 80 13 43% 42% 42%- %
, Parke Dav la 42 38*+ 37% 37’+- %
2 Peabody C M 23 15% 15% 15%
? Penn Dix IMa 17 28’+ 28% 28’++ %
2 Penney 3.Ma 18 114% 113% 114%- %
" PetuualtC.Ma 15 27% 26% 27%+ %
. PaPwAUI.2S 5 26*+ 26% 26*+- %
Penn RB 25a 34 13 13’+ 14 + %
, PeopGu 2.X 14 57% 57 57*++ %
* Pepsi Cola 1 M 17 35% 35% 35%+ %
Pet MUk I.X 7 48* . 47% 48%+ ’+
2 Petrol Cp to 8 14% 14% 14%- %
2 Pfizer 60a 30 26’+ 26% 26’++ %
2 Phelps D 3 51 45% 44% 44%- ’+
2' Phils El 2.24 4 48’+ 48% 48’++ %
2 PhUARda lb 34 34% 33% 34%+%
2 Philco 25g 181 35% 34% 35%+ %
2 Phil Mor 3.M 3 63% 63% 63%- %
W PhUipsPetl 70 41 41% 41% 41%
, Piner Alrc lb 12 55% 54 55 + %
2 Pitneyßow M 5 34 33% 33’++ ’+
2 Pit CokeAC 1 5 22% 22% 22%+ %
2 Pitt Metal 37e 12 27’+ 27% 27’+
2 PitPIGl 2 30b 25 67% 66*+ 67%- %
2 P’tt Steel 7 17% 16’+ 17 + *+
* Plough 90 3 45 44% 44%+ %
PlymOii 25e 7 17% 17% 17%- %
. Polaroid X 28 191% 185% 188 +2%
2 PotomEl 1.32 10 27% 27% 27%
2 ProctAG 2.M 18 94*+ 94 94 - %
2 PubSCol 190 b 15 53% 53% 53%- %
* PubSFJG 180 31 36% 36% 36*++ %
PbSEGpfl tO 9 27% 27 27%- %
2 PubSv Ind 2.10 10 43% 42% 43%+ ’+
2 Publicker 62f 23 10% 9’+ 10%+ %
* Puget PL 1.44 21 31% 30% 30’+- %
, Pullmans 2 71% 71 71%+ %
2 Pure OU I.M 42 31% 31% 31%
* Q-R
+ RCA lb 99 65% 64*,« 65 + %
+ Ranco 1 M 3 34% 34% 34%- %
Ravomei 80b 43 20% 20% 20%+ %
+ Raytheon! 37t 42 44% 43% 44%+l
+ Reading Co 9 14% 13% 14%
4 Reevßros 12s 7 21% 21 21%+ %
+ KeichCh 60b 58 24 22 23%+l>+
+ ReoubPic 15g 4 7’+ 7% 7%- %
a Repub Steel 3 26 62% 61% 62%+1%
+ RevereCnSOe 3 48% 48% 48%- %
Revlon 2 10 49% 49 49%+ ’+
+ Rex Drug SOb 33 41% 39’+ 41%+1%
+ Revn Met SO 78 55% 54 55>++2
+ RevMcvnH 50 3 130% 130% 130%+l
RevnTob 22U 129 58 56% 58 +l%
RheemMl M 11 21% 21 21%+ %
Rhodesian 09s 7 2 l’+ 2
+ Roan Ant 29g 7 4 3’+ 4 - %
K RobFult 150 b 2 48’+ 48’+ 48’++ %
+ RoehGEl 80b 4 45% 44% 45 + %
+ Hoch Tel 1 3 24% 24% 24%+ %
Rock Sid 2 3 33% 33% 33»++ %
+ Rohr Aire 1 5 15% 15% 15%+ %
% Ronson M 6 10% 10 10%+ %
+ Roper G D 2 17% 16’+ 16’+- %
% RovCColaaOb 1 19% 19% 19%+ %
+ RovDutcl 32a 57 39% 39% 39%- %
’+ Roval Mcßee 54 19% 19% 19%+ %
+ Rubermd 30b 2 12% 12% 12%
M Ruberoid 2a 2 3B’+ 38% 38%- %
RyanAero 20 1 17% 17% 17*+- %
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.. Safeway 140 22 38% 37’+ 38%+ %
* StLSanFr 25e 7 19% 18% 19%+ ’+
* StßegPal 40b 32 40% 40 40*++ %
’* SanDiesGl 12 16 25% 25 25%- %
i? SanDleaolmn 26 7% 7% 7%
* Schenley lb 29 26’+ 26% 26%
7 Schenley pf.SO 2 9% 9% 9%- %
2 Schering IM 14 71 70% 70%- %
* Schick 4 13% 13% 13%- %
Scott Pan 220 6 76% 76% 76%- %
„ ScovillMl 25e 3 25% 25% 25%
7 ScrewßoltAm 6 6*/« 6% 6%+ %
* Scab Al RR 2 5 33% 33 33%+l
u Seab Finan lb 2 21% 21% 21%+ %
* Searsßnal 20> 27 47% 47% 47%+ %
* Servel +3 14% 13% 14%+ ’+
, ShamOAGI M 1 34 34 34 + %
A Shattuck Ma 13 15’+ 15 15’++ ’+
Shell 011 1.10 15 32% 31% 31’+- %
* Shell Tran S3s 32 19% 19% 19%
7 Sheller Mfg 1 6 17’+ 17% 17’+
* SheralAmMb 5 17’+ 17% 17%
* Riegler lOe 48 35% 34% 34%+l
+ Signode Stl lb 5 51 49% sO‘++ %
Simmons! 40a 17 49% 48% 4914+1
* Slmo Pat I X 2 27% 27% 27*+- %
* Slnclalr 3 76 41 40% 40%- %
Skelly OU 1.80 2 45% 45% 45%- %
* Smith AO IMa 3 40% 40 40%+ %
I* SmlthCorona 21 17% 16% 17%+ %
* SmithDoul W 3 27% 27% 27%- %
Smith KF la 23 49% 40% 49*++ %
Socony 2 55 37% 36% 37%+ %
SoAmGP 15S 6 6% 6% 6%
SoCaroEGl.4o 7 37% 37% 37%- %
SouCalEd2M 9 58% 58% 58*+- %
South Co 140 31 41% 40% 41%+ %
+ So Ind G I.M 4 33 33 33
SouNatGas 2 11 35% 33% 33%- %
Sou Pacif 112 72 20% 20% 20%+ %
4 Sou Ry 280 16 47’+ 46’+ 47’++l
■4 Sou Ry of 1 4 17% 17% 17%+ %
l* SowektPSl 56 7 47% 47% 47%
+ Rparton 20s 30 8% 7’+ 8
4 Spenc Kell 80 2 15% 15% 15%+ %
z < Soerryßnd 80112 22’+ 22% 22’++ %
4 Soleeel 150 2 7 32 % 31% 32%+ %
+ Square Dlb x 8 31 30% 30’+— %
Stdßrand 150 3 37% 37*+ 57%- %
4 Sind Coil 5W 21 14% 14 14*/.+ %
Sid OU Cal 2 56 42% 4114 42 - *+
491 Oil Ind I 400 89 v 9% 39% 59% *+
4 StdOllNJ 55e 280 43% 43% 43%- %
4 StdOilOhin! 50 JO 48% 46 48%+ %
4 StdPackasms 23 20 a7% 20 > %i
4 Std Pkg pf 1.20 6 32 % 31% 12 + %
StdK.vEo 25e 12 15% 15% 15%- %
Stan War 120 9 33 32,„ 53 + %
4 StaufCh 1.20 b 20 57% 56% a7%+ %|
SterlDre 1 80a 13 47% 46*. n6%-l%
4 SlevensJPl 50 10 20% 20% 26+ %
4 Stew War 120 6 25% 25% 25*+- *+
StokVan Mb 5 14% 14% 14%+ *+
Slude Pack 03 15>+ 15% 15%+ %
StudePack wi 21 11% 11% 11%+ %'
bun Chem M 16 14% 14% 14%+ %
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Sun OU lb 6 50% 50% 50%- %
Sundstrand lb 7 22% 21% 21%- %
Sunray 1» 34 22 21% 22
Sunra pfAI.U 11 22% 22% 22%
Sunray2pfl 65 3 32 32 32 - %
Sonsh Mia X 15 6*4 6 «%+ %
SwiftColWa 9 47% 46% 47
SvmWayne M 50 13% 12% 13%+ %
T
Talcott I.M 1 50 50 50
TemcoAlrlSa 4 12 11% 12
TennCp 125a 5 35% 35*4 35%- %
Tenn Gas I.M 24 34% 34% 34*4+ %
Texaco 160 45 72% 72% 72*4+ %
TexGTranl.M 15 30 29% 29’4- %
TexGProd M 11 28 28 28 - %
Tex G Sul 1 36 17 16% 16’+
Texas Instro 21 174*4 171% 172*++1%
TexPCAOI X 4 24% 24% 24%- %
TexPacLTSOe 2 16’4 I«’+ 16’4+ %
I Tex UtU 192 4 73% 72% 73 - %
Textron 18 22 22’+ 22% 22’4+ %
I Textron pfl» 4 24% 24% 24%
ThatchG I M 3 30% 30% 30%- %
Thiokol u 33 45 44 45 +1
ThOmRW 140 10 54% 54 54*++ %
1 TidewOill 37f 15 20% 20*4 20%+ %
1 Timkßß2Ma 10 53% 53% 54%+ %
1 Tish Real sob 2 19 18% 19 + %
' Toledo Ed 70 28 16 15% 15%- %
Trane Co M 3 57% 58% 56%
1 Trans W Air 32 14% 13% 13%- %
1 TransamerN 13 26 25% 26 + %
1 Transitron 35 47% 46% 47 + %
> Tri Coot 30a 11 34’+ 34% 34%
Truax I M 7 25% 25% 25%
1 Tung Sol I.M 3 34 33% 34
1 TwemCentlti 15 32% 31% 32%+l
Twin City 4 e*+ 8% B%+ %
Twin Coa 871 3 10*4 10*4 10*4- %
' TXL OU 73 18 15% 18 + %
u
' Udylital 2 16*4 18% 18*4+ %
1 Underwood 25 27% 26% 27%+ %
Un AsbAßub 6 10% 10% 10%+ %
• UnßaeP 120a 15 37 38% 38%
> Un Carb 3.60 63 128’+ 128 128%+ %
' Un Elec 1.64 24 32*+ 32*4 32%- %
UnOUCalif lb 27 33% 33% 33*4- %
> Un Pac I 20a 39 26% 28% 28%+ %
>Un Pac nf M 18 7’+ 7% 7%
• UnTankC 160 4 30% 30% 50%
UnTwistD.aOe 2 21 20% 20%- %
' UtdAirLin SOb 14 27% 26% 27%+ %
UtdAircraft! 53 38% 35% 36*4- %
• UtdArtist I.M 3 25% 25% 25%+ %
' Utd Bisc 20e 1 25% 25% 25%+ %
Utd Bd+C to 2 22% 22% 22%- %
Utd Coro 3as 118 7% 7% 7*4- %
I UtdEnsAF to 4 18’+ 18’+ 18’++ %
> United Fruit 24 24% 24 24 - %
UtdGasCnl.so 20 31 30% 30%- *4
> UtdGaslm2.M 2 49 48% 48%- %
> UtdGreen 27e 2 17% 17% 17*4+ %
> LtdlndCp OSe 10 9% 9 9 + %
> Ltd MA M 1 14 18’+ 18% 18’+
1 UtdPkC Mine 5 I*+ 1% 1%- %
• Utd Shoe! 50a 5 53% 52% 53*4+1
> U S Borax 3 31% 31% 31*4- *4
USAForS ,40e 11 26% 26% 26*4- %
US Freight 2 7 63% 63% 63*4- %
US Gyps !.40a 4 95% 94% 95*4- %
IUS Hoff 75t 9 6% 6% 6%+ %
1 U 9 Indus, 30 11% 10% 11%+ %
r U S Lines 2 3 26% 26% 26%+ %
I USPipeAFI 20 12 22% 22 22%+ %
1 USPlayCl.lOa 1 29% 29% 29%- %
I U S Plywd 2a 6 45% 45% 45%+ %
> US Rub 220 54 53*+ 51*+ 52’++1%
1 *U S Rub pf 8 550 148% 147% L4B%+ %
1 U S Smell 211 33’+ 28% 33%+5%
>US Sm 0(3.50 3 49’+ 49% 49’4+ %
U S S(eel 3 94 81% 80% 81*4+ %
U S Tob 1 20a 2 23% 23% 23%
> USVUAPh 60 18 27 26% 26’4- %
i Utd Stkyd 70 1 19% 19% 19%- %
> UtdStr2pf 26s 25 11% 11% 11%
■ UldWbeln 40a 8 9’+ 9% 9%- %
■ UnivCycS 120 11 42% 41 42 +1
> Univ Match lb 37 81% 79 81%+3
l UnivOilP 50a 69 28*4 27 28 +l%
> Univ Pict la 2 34% 34 34%+ %
• Loiohn 64 35 44 43% 44 + %
I UtahPAL 1.33 4 34% 34% 34%
: v
• Van Norm 3 11% 11% 11%- %
> Vanadium 1 9 28% 26% 26%- %
• Varian Assoc 64 46% 45% 46 +l%
> Vendo Co .60 21 39% 38% 39%- *4
Vert C Susar 12 4% 4 4
Vick Chem 1 6 80 80 80 +l%
VaEIAPw 120 38 39’+ 39% 39*4- %
Vulcan Mai 50 24 11% 11% 11%
w
• MasnerEl.X 2 39% 39 39
> Waldorf Sys 1 3 16% 16% 16%
• Walgrnl «0b 1 50% 50% 50%+1%
1 Walk Hl 40a 6 36% 35’+ 36 + %
1 Walworth 75f 15 11% 11% 1114- %
1 Wardßak2oa 8 12% 12% 12%
' Ward Indus 4 8% 8% B%+ %
' WarßPict I X 4 38 37% 37%- %
WarLaml.SOa 4 52% 52% 52%- %
AtashWPwJ 6 40% 40*4 40%+ %
( Waukesha 2a 3 40% 40 40%+ %
1 ..elbUt log 13 5% 5% 5%
, W PennEl 1.70 15 36 35% 35%- *4
, WVa Pio 120 4 40% 40% 40*4+ %
, WestAirl lb 1 26% 26’4 26’4
West.Mary.4se 10 31% 31% 31%+ %
I Weatumnnl M 85 50% 49% 50%4-1
, West AB LX 14 27% 27% 27%+ %
1 WestingE 1 Xl2B 50% 49% 49%+1%
Wheel Steel 3 6 51 49’+ 51 +l%
> Whirlpool 140 3 29 28’4 28’4
1 White Mol 2b 19 55 54 55 + %
> White Sew ina 5 11% . 11% 11%+ %
, Wilcox Oil lh 2 32% 32 32%+ %
1 WUsonACol 60 17 39% 39 39 - %
1 Windsorln6o 67 13% 12 13%+1%
■ Winn Dix 120 9 45 44% 45 + %
1 WiacPbSv 1.30 14 26% 25% 27%- %
■ Woodw Ir I.M 3 27% 27% 27%+1%
■ WouiwprthS 50 13 60 59% 99% - %
I WorthlmnZM 9 53% 52% 53%+ ’+
■ WvanWbr lOe 2 8% 8% 8%- %
: y-z
■ Yna ShAT 5 17 so6’+ 105% 106%+ %
YngstStDr la 7 21 20% 21 - %
, Zenith R I 60s 24 99% 97% 99%+2
1 Hourly tales or me Exchange
■ 11:00 a m 490 000 Noon 1080 000
1:00 n m 1510 000 2:00 pm 1810 000
• . 01 lf»<itog lu shares on «aie» in
, lull Rales of dividends in the toregoing
table are annual diaburaements based on
the last quarterly oi semi-annua* decla
ration Unless otherwise noted special
• or extra dividends are noi included
a Also extra or extras, b Annual rate
$ plus stock divideno a Declared or paid
t m 1959 oius stock dividend e Declared
, or paid so tar this year i Payable in
stock dunni 1959. estimated cash value
on ex-dividend or ex-distribution date
• I Paid last year h Declared oi paid
> after slock dividend or splitup It De
• clared or oaid this year an accumula
i tive issue with dividends m arrears
p Paid this veai dividend omitted, de
ferred or no action taken at last dividend
meetina r Declared oi paid in i 960 plus
stock dividend t Payable tn stock durins
j 1960 estimated cash value, on ex-dividena
. or ex-distribution date y Liourdatina div
idend eld ('ailed x Ex dividend x-dis Ex
1 distribution xr Ex rubts vw Without
warrants ww With warrants wd When
distributed w» When issued nd Next day
I delivery qln bankruptcy oi receivership
i or being reoraanized under the Bank
( ruptcy Act or securities assumed by
( such companies
i '
i
' Canadian Rate Drops
, OTTAWA, Mar. 11 (AP).—
i The Bank of Canada interest
rate dropped sharply to 4.59
I per cent this week, the lowest
• since April. Last week the rate
‘ was 4.82 per cent.
b

: CHICAGO GRAIN
b
l CHICAGO, Mar. 11 <AP).—An active
, late trade in grain future sent old-crop
• wheat and soybean contracts well ahead
, at times today.
The demand included some short
. coverins and probably reinstatement
■ as long positions in the market after
■ tjie declines of yesterday appeared to
• te halted. Export interests also were
• a-ood buyers of March wheat Turkey
continued Its wheat purchases today,
boosting the total for two davs to 2%
million bushels
West Germany took 360.000 bushels
’ of corn but the nearby delivery of that
• grain was down about a cent at times
b on liquidation.
At noon, wheat was cent a bushel
i hiaher to ’+ lower. March f1.96*4;
corn lower. March sl.l3*s: oats
unchanged to Vi lower. March 75 l /4. -
' rye unchanged to higher. March
1 $1.?O: soybeans «/ 4 higher. March
• $2 10%.
i CASH GRAIN
i| Wheat No. I yellow hard 2 Ifl’i.
) Corn No. 2 yellow No. 3
yellow 1.11’2-ltp4: No 4 yellow
1.08 3 4<a16’a: No 5 yellow 100*i. Oats
No 2 heavy white 7R*/»; No. 4 heavy
white 77%; No. 2 extra heavy white
79: No *i extra heavy white 77%;
» sample grade extra heavy white 71%.
No soybean sales Barley. Malting
i ch c 1.15-1.25 N; feed 93-I.ION.
i
> - ■ ■
; N. Y. PRODUCE
J i.i—n , ,
’ NEW YORK. Mar. 11 (AP) (USDA)*.
—Butter offerings moderate. Demand
i fair. Receipts 102.000; prices un
) changed.
! Cheese steady. Receipts .53.000,
Prices unchanged
Wholesale egg stocks short Demand
continued heavy today. Receipts 11.200
' (Wholesale selling prices based on ex
change and other volume sales.)
» New York spot quotations follow:
Includes mid western: mixed colors:
Extras (48-50 lbs» 38-40: extras medi
. um 35-30%: standards large 35-37:
. checks 20-30. Whites: Extras (48-50
bs» 38-40: extras medium 35’2-37.
Browns Extras (48-50 lbs> 39-41.
1 Includes nearby: TVhltes: lop quality
• (48-50 lbs» 39 , 2-*2 , a: mediums 35%-
• 37*'. smalls 3O’a-32. Browns: Top
i quality i4B-.’»o lbs• 40%-4 , -’%: mediums
i 37’3-39%: sins Ils 31-32
I
METAL PRICES
'l NEW YORK Mar 11 I API —Spot
nonferrous metal prices today: Copper
333 ccnl?> a nound. Connecticut Valley. I
Lead cents a pound. New York !
i Zin-’ 13 cents a pound Eist St Louli.
i Tin *1 00% r pound New York. For
eign sip-ci 91% cents per trov ounce.
J No- York.
Pittsburgh scrap steel No. 1 heavy
1 was quoted by Iron Age at 36.00-37.00.
THE EVENING STAR
Washington, 0. C., Friday, March 11, 1960
Business Outleys Put
At $37 Billion,Upl4%
By the Asgoclated Preu j
The Government announced 1 !
businessmen expect to spend a
record $37 billion this year on t
new plants and equipment—a t
prospect that could help pro- t
long prosperity. (
The forecast of $37,016,000,- ,
000 in such spending would (
represent a 14 per cent jump
over the 1959 total of $32,543.-
000,000. The predicted level *
would exceed the 1957 record
by $54 million. .
Secretary of Commerce
Mueller issued a special state- '
ment terming the new report 1
the “mist revealing economic
measurement so far this year.” i
He said it bolsters his earlier i
prediction of rising prosperity i
and “points up one of the I
strong elements in the current i
business situation.”
Mr Mueller noted that all i
major industries are planning '
increased spending.
“What is to me of equal im- i
portance is that business ex- ,
pects to continue this expan- ;
' i
Trade at Retail
Cut by Weather
NEW YORK. Mar. 11 (AP).
Snow and cold weather
pushed retail trade in the week
ended Wednesday well below
year ago levels. Dun & Brad
street reported today.
Dollar volume was down 9 to
i 13 per cent.
Sales of spring apparel, fur
niture, major appliances and
' linens suffered most severely.
‘ Merchants said the later
i Easter this year also was a fac
' tor in the sales slowdown, com
i pared with last year.
The bad weather caused
i many stores to cancel sales pro
, motions. Stores in some areas
i closed on Friday.
, Scattered reports indicated
sales of new passenger cars
dipped below the previous week
, and a year ago.
Only food volume, helped by
Sunday openings in some cities,
remained close to the similar
; 1959 level.
N, Y, COTTON
NEW YORK. Mar. 1 (AP).—Cotton
fulurr, were irregular toijar. Switchink
operations from nearby March to later
months were a little more active than
in recent days and In part accounted
lor pressure on distant positions
There were three March delivery no
, tlces Issues at New York. The nearby
March open interest at tht Mart was
down to 13.100 bales.
. t*? e a ‘‘«T"oon price, were 13 cents
» *>*!' higher to 30 cents lower than
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sion throughout the year,” he
added.
The forecast was based on
business expectations reported
to the Commerce Department
and the Securities and Ex
change Commission in January
and February. Similar surveys
are made every three months.
The latest survey indicates
capital spending will be run
ning at an annual rate of $3B
billion dollars by the end of
1960. The rate for the final
quarter of 1959 was $33.5 bil
lions.
For this Jan u a r y-March
quarter, the Federal agencies
estimated spending at an an
nual rate of $35.3 billion dol
lars. The expected second quar
ter rate is $37 billions.
Business is planning to in
crease spending because of op
timistic sales forecasts.
The report said manufac
turers expect to boost sales 8
per cent over 1959, wholesalers
and retailers 5 per cent and
public utilities nearly 10 per
cent.
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