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BANK/QUOTATION
RECORD
REG.

U.

S.

PAT.

&£C

OFFICE

NOVEMBER IN RETROSPECT
Page

Page

Commercial and Financial
Cotton

—- r

...

Course of Stock

1

Events

- -

- r

- -

Markets

13
17

Dividend Declarations
Federal Reserve

Bank—Brokers' Loans

Foreign Affairs

^
15

4
53

—*

Foreign Exchange

8

Grain—Coffee—Sugar

Securities Called for

Hides and Leather

_

Iron and Steel Trade

12

Security Issues

10
9

Rubber

9

Textiles.
United States Treasury

Financing

QUOTATIONS
Page

57

Detroit Stock Exchange

Angeles Stock Exchange

54

31

Philadelphia Stock Exchange

61

Pittsburgh Stock Exchange.

64

—

New York Stock Exchange—Stocks

60

Chicago Stock Exchange

New York Stock

59

Exchange.

New York Curb

58

Stock Exchange

Cleveland Stock Exchange..

Los

San

INDEX TO GENERAL

Exchange

41

Exchange—Bonds.

19

_.

66

Francisco Stock Exchange

-V|62i,

QUOTATIONS
Page

Page
Banks and Trust

11

Redemption..111

Page

Boston Stock

16

__________

Petroleum and Its Products..

INDEX TO STOCK EXCHANGE

Baltimore

8

...

Money Market..
New

8

_

Municipal Bonds—

Companies—

Domestic

102

Domestic

Canadian

111

Canadian

92

______

a__

84

Public Utility Bonds

92

Public Utility Stocks

93

Railroad Bonds

Industrial Bonds

81

Railroad Stocks

Industrial Stocks

85

Real Estate Bonds

Insurance Stocks

100

94

.....

Exchange Seats

—

Federal Land Bank Bonds

Foreign Government

Investing

Bonds

Companies Securities

Joint Stock Land

72
84

Securities

67

71
101

.....

Real Estate Trust and Land Stocks...

85

Textile Stocks

85

Deposit

'

Stocks

85

United States Government Securities.

Stocks—

85

Mining Stocks

78

r

Title Guarantee and Safe

Banks—

Mill Stocks—see Textile

73

92

United States Territorial Bonds

92

December 5, 1940

WILLIAM




B.

William

DANA

COMPANY,

PUBLISHERS

Street, Corner of Spruce Street, New York




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Capital $2,000,000
Surplus and Profits $4,196,364
1876 this Company

INCE

has devoted itself

exclusively to the management and conser¬
vation

of its

it-

is

of

estates—specializing the whole effort

highly trained organization in this business,
one

country

of

the

which

few

has

trust

never

companies

in the

engaged in general

banking, selling securities, etc.

Its Directors are:

Charles H. Babcock

A. E. Duncan

Edwin G.

William L. Galvin

Baetjer

William G. Baker, Jr.

Robert Garrett

Howard Bruce

J. Edward Johnston

George C. Cutler

Lyman Delano

.

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8.

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OFFICE

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Second Class Matter, March 9, 1928. at

as

U.

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NO. 12

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VOL. 13.

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CHICAGO

lend

to

House

January,
this

of

will

crats

Publishers,
Spruce Street. New York

William Street corner

from

had

net

a

of

Four

more

years

of the New Deal Administration were

went
the polls on Nov. 5 and shattered a time-honored tradition
reelecting Franklin D. Roosevelt to a third term as the
last month as a record number of voters

to

by

of

President

Although Mr. Roosevelt's

States.

United

the

Mr. Willkie made

plurality of 4,485,043 popular votes over

1916, those wrho had supported

the election the closest since

particularly the business community from

Mr. Willkie, and

which

he came,

noticeably disappointed with the re¬

were

perpetuation of the restrictive

sults, for to them it meant a

legislation under the Roosevelt

Administration. Neverthe¬
Mr. Willkie moved to dis¬

less, the defeated mihority led by

the presidential cam¬
paign and to replace this feeling with a spirit of unity in the
sipate any bitterness engendered by

piesent world emergency, a spirit which is

considered essen¬

tial if the national defense effort is to move

forward unim¬

oath of office at the

26,361,762 people, for this was

cordance with the wishes of
the

popular

popular

million
he

vote

Roosevelt's

Mr.

ran

a

from

was

more

enabled

Mr.

38 States with their 449 electoral votes.

449

523

the

than a
27,476,673 votes he got in 1936 when
which

vote,

second term against Governor Landon,

him to capture

Roosevelt's

the

21,876,719, the

given to a defeated candidate.

ever

popular

than

less

for

the other hand, the

on

to Mr. Willkie was

popular vote accorded
largest

him;

accorded

vote

also

electoral votes

electoral

votes,

46

or

represented a decline
States, accorded him

in 1936.

the

lost

the

more

since

3936,

but

all the support the Presi¬

he also received the support

than 4,000,000 new votes

which

we

of

cast this year.

His

21,876,719 popular votes were considerably more than

the

16,679,583 popular votes given to Governor Landon in

1936.

Willkie's 82 electoral votes

Mr.

likewise con¬

were

siderably more than the eight electoral votes captured by
Governor Landon

in

1936.

The Republican candidate's 82

electoral votes came from 10 States, eight more than
nor

Landon

carried in

North Dakota, South Dakota,

Colorado.

Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas and

President, Henry A. Wallace.

Convention
in

He

mas

the

issue.

inauguration

new

Secretary of Agriculture

Roosevelt's specific request

Mr." Roosevelt

of the new

appointed

Mexican President,

Manuel Avila Camaclio on Dec. 1.

Oregon.




Minnesota,

of

reelected this

was

Senator Minton

of

year on a

Indiana,/assistant
was

defeated by

by the New Dealers to have been made up

by the primary defeats of Senators Holt, King and Burke,
three

Democrats

right-wing

their

of the Now

criticism

who
Deal

in

been outspoken

have

who have frequently

and

opposed New Deal measures.

Upon
the

told

large

the

two

crowd

which

turned

results

to

results of
a

He subsequently indicated that the election
better

were

that in his

out

of the prospect of staying here just

days ago and

little longer."

7

to Washington on Nov.

his post-election return

President

celebrate his reelection that he "was glad of the

had anticipated

he

than

by disclosing

pre-election forecast of the election he had given

himself 340 electoral votes whereas he actually obtained

President's

the

certain to have a strong

Willkie phrased

future

opposition,

449.

policies may be, he is

"loyal opposition,"

or a

as

Mr.

on

Nov. 11 to the 22,000,000 people who had supported him

in

the

his

from

should pursue
"function

it in a radio address he delivered

Willkie,

who

sympathizers

spoke

to

as

in

what

response

to

they

policy

in the future, told his supporters that their

during the next four years is that of the loyal

opposition."

Mr. Willkie warned, however, that this oppo¬

"must

sition

Mr.

election.

requests

be

not

opposition against—it must be

an

an

opposition for—an opposition for a strong America; a pro-,
He outlined the principles for which he

ductive America."

fought and will fight as follows;
do

Federal

not

believe

unlimited

in

Government;

the

piling

,

borrowed money by the
of bureaucracy; the control of our

spending

up

of

machines, however successful; the usurpation of
reserved to Congress; the subjugation of the courts; the concen¬

electorate
powers

by

of

tration

political

authority

enormous

couragement
for millions

of

America
citizens.

of

our

democracy can
America

that

the

in

the

hands

of

the

Executive;

the

dis¬

of economic dependence
Nor do we believe in verbal

continuance

citizens upon Government.

On the other hand, we stand for a free America, an

created

opportunity

We

and

enterprise,

of

provocations to war.
believe

that

this

by
is

the

the

enterprise and imagination of its

only kind of an America in which

the long run exist.
That this is the only kind of an
offers hope for our youth and expanding life for all our
in

people.
In

a

previous address accepting bis defeat

Willkie

had

declared

that

he

"to work for the unity

and

his

(Nov. 6), Mr.

supporters

would

of our people, in the com¬

the

America, all to the end that government
continue

plea

for

and

may

unity

of free men may

spread again upon the earth."

Mr.

Willkie echoed

the

ballots

are

In this

President Roosevelt's

election eve address in which the President

said that "after

counted the United States of America will

still be united."

General

Congress Defeats Sine Die Adjournment

The defeated Republican

Resolution

Congress terminated the semi-recessed- state it

vice-presidential candidate was Senator Charles L. McNary
of

they obtained by

Shipstead

Britain, and in insistence upon removal of antagonisms in

a

nominated by the Democratic National

in response to Mr.

third-term

of which

one

Senator

pletion of our defense effort, in the sending of aid to Great

to victory

Vice-President-elect as his personal representative to attend
the

considered

was

continue

place of John N. Garner, who split with the President

over

Con¬

Vice-

economics, Mr. Wallace has been
since 1933.

exist in the present

A close student of New Deal

carried with him

Roosevelt

162, while the remainder of it

The loss of three Democratic seats in the Senate

publisher.

1936, these 10 States being Maine,

Vermont, Indiana, Michigan,

Mr.

Gover¬

Part of

Republican candidate, Raymond E. Willis, a newspaper

We

Mr. Willkie not only obtained
dent

and

that

fact

ticket.

Whatever

When President Roosevelt takes the

to

majority leader and New Deal supporter,

peded.
inaugural ceremonies on Jan. 20 he will be acting in ac¬

167

FRrmer-Laborite,

a;

Republican
in prospect

in

meets

than they have at present.

vacancies which

the

which

the expense of Republican seats, which

from

the

previously

EVENTS

House

The Demo¬

concerned.

the

gain of four seats, three of which they obtained

NOVEMBER—COMMERCIAL AND
FINANCIAL

was

in

seats

Democrats

the

virtue

OF

on

In the Senate the Republicans fared better. There they

from

REVIEW

strength

sufficient

representation in Congress were also

mere

at

was

reduced

gress.

DANA COMPANY,

WILLIAM B.

267

nine

or

gain

Drapers' Gardens, E.G.

1

Smith,

&

Republicans

Representatives

have

came

Salle Street.

South La

OFFICE—208

the

disappointed with the election returns, at least in so far as
the

were

OFFICE—Edwards

LONDON

able

which to increase their

would not

Mr. Roosevelt he would at least

in

mid-October

to

carry

it

over

the

had adopted

election period

and

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ft

lative

agenda

not

was

on

too strongly its wish

express

President's

Nov. 18.
Although the legislarge, the Administration did not

resumed regular sessions

by voting 191 to 148 to defeat the resolution
to have Congress adjourn sine die.
In as

they offered

Walter-Logan Bill Providing Court
Government

further manifestation of

a

Corn, Wheat and Cotton

Legislation designed to simplify and speed up the admin¬
quota provisions of the Agricul¬
tural Adjustment Act of 1938 was passed by the House on
Nov. 18 and sent to the White House for the President's

Review of Rulings

Agencies

which is designed to curb the

various inde¬

25 on Nov. 26 in a
The House approved the bill on April 18.
On the day before the Senate approved the legislation
(Nov. 25) efforts of the majority leadership;, to have the
bill shelved for this session and considered at the next

Roosevelt

There

Civil Service

Ramspeck Bill Extending

Signs

200,000 Government Workers

to

to go
These
Ramspeck Civil Service bill and the Sabath bill
to
increase
penalties for defense
sabotage.
President
Roosevelt signed the Ramspeck measure on Nov. 26 after
both houses had approved a conference report.
As enacted
the measure permits the President to put under the merit
system about 200,000 employees of "temporary" Government
agencies, if they pass non-competitive examinations. A large
portion of such jobs have been the subject of patronage.
were

two other important measures
congressional action last month.

only

through for final
the

were

Bill Passed

Sabath

by Senate

unanimously approved by the Senate

on

Nov. 26 and

Roosevelt

Approves

of

$1,000,000,000

Authorization—Limitation

Insurance

Mortgage

Increase

in

FHA

Raised

to

$4,000,000,000

President

Roosevelt

011

Nov.

14

apiiroved an increase of

principal of mortgages
which may be insured by the Federal Housing Administra¬
tor.
Acting under Title II of the Housing Act, the President
thereby raised the mortgage insurance to the maximum
$1,000,000,000

in

the

outstanding

$4,000,000,000 limitation.
Jesse

H.

Mr. Roosevelt acted on the recom¬

mendation

of

Federal

Administrator, who told the President that
outstanding mortgage limitation was increased

unless

Secretary of Commerce and

Jones,

Loan

the

settlement was reached on Nov. 26 with the
of Department of Labor conciliators.
Further

a

assistance

Congress of Industrial Organizations at Atlantic City.
At
the C. I. O. convention John L. Lewis, although not specifi¬

on

Development of Air and

Islands Leased from

convention had
anti-communist resolu¬
tion on the previous day.
Those who had expected the
election of Mr. Murray to be followed by a resumption of
negotiations between the C. I. O. and the A. F. of L. were
disappointed when the new C. I. O. President, in accepting
the gavel of his office, was reported as declaring that the
head

C.

the

I,

The Secretary explained that the money
President's special defense fund, which
Congress authorized him to spend at his discretion, and
destroyers.
from

taken

will

be

used

the

to

provide storehouses,

oil

storage

facilities,

ship and plane anchorages and other facilities.
Secretary
Knox also announced that an agreement has been reached
with

regard

lacks only

to

location

of

the

base

at

Trinidad,

which

London's approval.

Pending Bill Amending National Labor Relations Act—Appointment
of Dr. Millis to Board

One

other

important measure on the

Senate agenda will

probably not be considered at the present session.
This is
the bill amending the National Labor Relations Act in line
with recommendations made by the Smith Committee which
has been

have

investigating the Board.

A.

F.

A.

tions,

the

Thomas, Chairman of the Senate
Education and Labor, because of the Senate's

approving the Walter-Logan bill, with which, he
NLRB

Senate delay




amendments
on

conflict.

L.

of
F.

At the A.

join C. I. O. organiza¬
independent groups or remain

unions,

of L. convention all disputes were resolved

to the satisfaction

apparently

and

peacefully

of all con¬

who was reelected President, indi¬

William Green,

efforts for labor peace

would be continued, but

that he did not hold out much hope

for their success because

cated that

of

Lewis

of Mr.

retention

the

Mine Workers and
At the A.

President of the

as

United

member of the C. I. O. Peace Com¬

a

as

F. of L. convention's session on Nov.

19

which the
President expressed the hope that "an unselfish, a farsighted and patriotic effort be made to bring about a just

a

message

and

from President Roosevelt was read in

honorable

ment."

Mr.

peace

the now divided labor move¬
"peace may not be easy

within

Roosevelt

that

said

and the intricate problems

to achieve

involved may not be

solve," but he added "when men of honor and good
intentions sit down together they can work out a solution
which will restore the much-needed harmony either
by
easy to

arrangement."

unity or by a sensible working

Mr. Green,

reply, pledged the support of his organization hi the
Government's defense
plans and policies and said Mr.

in

a

such

a

suggestion for a labor peace was coincidental
recommendation included in the report of the

Federation's Executive Council, for

Another factor in

these Labor Act amendments was the

United

the

of

Decisions

presentation to the con¬

Labor
preme

matters

Supreme

States

NLRB in

dominated

also

Court—Ruling

Against

Republic Steel Co. Case

the

decisions

of

the Su¬

In one decision, which was con¬
significant because it represented one of the few
the NLRB has suffered before the court, the Board

Court last month.

sidered
defeats

Republic Steel Corp. to
paid to strikers.
The six-to-two decision, which was handed down on Nov. 12,
held that the imposition of such a penalty was beyond the
authority of Hie Board to command.
The majority ruling
said that the powers of the Board were remedial in assur¬
ing collective bargaining and correcting unfair labor prac¬
tices, but not punitive, because Congress had bestowed no
such power.
The case arose when the Board ordered the
reinstatement of 5,000 Republic employees who participated
was

denied permission to force the

relief agencies for wages

reimburse work

"little steel" strike.

the 1937

in

States

United

Supreme

Court

Upholds

A. F. of L. Closed

In another decision

upheld

rendered

the

.

non-union.

Committee

said,

.

.

right to make their own decision to

was

in

right to use "Govern¬

to force a shotgun agreement with the
F. of L." because the Wagner Act insures for workers the

ment pressure

The amendments, which

already been approved by the House, were thought to

action

after the

22

Nov.

on

Roosevelt Administration has no legal

be unnecessary by Senator
on

O.

vention.

Great Britain

Secretary of the Navy Frank Knox disclosed on Nov. 27
President Roosevelt has allotted $50,000,000 for de¬
velopment of air and naval bases on the eight sites recently
leased from Great Britain in exchange for 50 over-age Amer¬
ican

Lewis, was elected to

retiring Mr.

the

with

coincide

less

that

is

of that

cally saying so, stepped down from the presidency

organization in keeping with a promise he made if Mr..Will-,
kie were not elected.
'Philip Murray, whose views more or

with

Allots $50,000,000 for

O.

and C. /.

During the month the convention of the American Fed¬
eration of Labor was held at. New Orleans and that of the

Roosevelt's

Roosevelt

of L.

F.

Annual Conventions of A.

to

$3,000,000,000, the Housing Administration would have
cease its operations about Dec. 1.
Naval Bases

to this below.

reference is made

from

President

Communist

by Attorney General Jackson that the strike was

inspired,

mittee.

sent to the White House.
President

in the national defense program.

use

cerned.

The Sabath bill, which amends a 1918 law by imposing a
$10,000 fine and 10 years' imprisonment for sabotage in
national defense industries or against defense materials,
was

company's work on production of training planes for
Following allegations

up the

accepted his terms by approving an

three, one of whom must be a lawyer.
President

plant in Downey, Calif., which tied

the Vultee Aircraft

at

,

21. The adminis¬
trative agencies which would be chiefly affected by the
bill, it is said, would be the National Labor Relations Board,
the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Federal Com¬
munications Commission, and the Bituminous Coal Commis¬
sion.
Exemption of many agencies is provided in the legis¬
lation.
In the event that the House disagrees to the Senate
amendments the bill will be sent to conference.
As amended
by the Senate, the bill provides for the publication of all
administrative rulings before they can become effective, and
gives interested persons the right to request a hearing on
these rulings within a year after their publication.
These
hearings would be conducted by an intra-agency board of
defeated by a vote of 34 to

on

Strike at Vultee Aircraft Plant

move.

were

Senate

the

Meanwhile, other labor developments were attracting at¬
tention.
One of these developments was the 12-day strike

adopted by the Senate by a vote of 27 to

session

passed

which

measure,

12, and is an amendment to the 1938 Farm Act, is
expected to expedite the determination of farm normal
yields of corn, wheat and cotton.
Sept.

pendent administrative agencies of the Government by sub¬
jecting their rules and regulations to judicial review, was
surprise

This

signature.

congressional independence,

approved the House-approved Walter-Logan bill
which is so onerous to the Administration in its present
form that President Roosevelt is fully expected to veto it.

the Senate

This measure,

of Farm Normal Yields for

to Expedite Determination

istration of the marketing

of

As

the

administration of the Labor Act.
Legislation

Christmas.

Senate Passes

of

Millis

A.

by the Senate on Nov. 26, is expected to do much to correct
the faults which have developed in connection with the

much as the
Senate cannot adjourn for more than three days without
the approyal of the House of Representatives, this was taken
to indicate a continuance of the present session at least

until

Harry

Dr.

of

Chicago to succeed J. Warren Madden on
Dr. Millis, whose appointment was confirmed

NLRB.

the

On

for Congress to adjourn.

rough-shod over its majority leaders

Nov. 19 the House rode

appointment

of

University

on

the

sustained

a

Order

Voiding

day (Nov. 12), the Board

same

by the court ivhen

which

NLRB

Shop Contract

a

unanimous

Board

order

opinion was

invalidating

a

F. of L. union and an
Indiana corporation in which the United Automobile Work¬

closed shop contract

ers

(C.

I.

O.)

between

claimed

a

an

A.

majority of all plant employees.

"assisted"

had
through unfair labor practices.
the

that

■United

States

company

the

Violation Is Involved—Precedence

Federal

the

that

held

decision, handed down

labor

another

-court

no

injunctions

Norris-LaGuardia

Andreu

precedence

returning

Sherman Anti-Trust Act, which

the

over

States

consider

refused to

States Supreme Court

appeal from a ruling of the Georgia Supreme

an

provisions of the State's
The appeal was sought
by the Georgia Unemployment Compensation Bureau which,
it is stated, had asked the High Court to decide whether
two or more companies under the same ownership or control
could be lumped together and assessed for unemployment
compensation if together they employ eight or more persons.
According to the Atlanta "Constitution," it is estimated
$750,000 in unemployment compensation taxes will be re¬
funded to Georgia employers falling within the "common
unconstitutional

holding

Court,

unemployment compensation law.

control"

provision of the unemployment compensation law
which, in effect, was held unconstitutional under the ruling
of the United States Supreme Court.
J. E. B. Stewart,
Director of the State Unemployment Compensation Bureau,
who was thus quoted, said that the effect of the United
States Supreme Court decision was to uphold the State
Supreme Court, but he pointed out the administration of
unemployment compensation programs in 32 other States
also

affected.

be

would

-

in

Owned by

Securities

Selling

Agent

that

Holding

Boston,

garian Minister to

United States, John Pelenyi, Also Resigns

to
resignation
from that post to President Roosevelt on Nov. 28.
Mr.
Cudahy submitted his resignation orally at a conference with
the President, Nov. 28, and it is stated it was accepted,
effective immediately.
Mr. Cudahy indicated that he would
Ambassador

American

became

who

Cudahy,

Belgium in January of this year, tendered his

resignation formally in writing.

his

offer

Pelenyi, Hungarian Minister to the United States,
announced on Nov. 28 that lie has resigned from that post
John

A.

resignation has been accepted by his Government.

his

and

Kirk

C.

Appointed Charge d'Affairs of Embassy at Rome—A. W.
Transferred from Berlin to Rome as Attache

Horn

States Embassy at Berlin,

United

the

of

Kirk, former Charge d'Af¬
has been

that Alexander C.

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faires

appointed Charge d'Affaires of the American Embassy at
Rome with the rank of Minister, was made by Mr. Kirk on
Nov. 26 as he boarded the Atlantic Clipper at LaGuardia
Field in New York en route to Rome to assume his new

post.

Albert W.
Horn, formerly an attache at the American Embassy at
Berlin, who has been transferred to the Embassy at Rome to

Accompanying Mr. Kirk aboard the clipper was

in

serve

Court Denies Appeal from Court of Appeals

United States Supreme

voluntary

to Belgium—Hun¬

Cudahy Resigns as American Ambassador

John

Compensation Law

United

25 the

Nov.

Appeal from

Consider

to

Supreme Court Holding Invalid Provision

of State's Unemployment

On

Declines

Court

Supreme

of Georgia

City after a four months'

Mexico

to

been elected
Nov. 26 upon

exile.
John

Decision

had

he

interstate commerce.

bars actions restraining
United

claimed

had

who

Almazan,

President of Mexico, abandoned this claim on

junctions in labor disputes except in certain circumstances,
took

being suc¬

by General Camacho.
President Roosevelt named
Mr. Wallace as his representative on Nov. 12.
General Juan
ceeded

which bars courts from issuing in¬

Act,

who
other

the

credentials to President Lazaro Cardenas, who is

restraining picketing in labor disputes
merely because alleged violations of anti-trust laws are
involved.
The unanimous decision ruled in effect that the
issue

in Mexico City on Nov. 28, went
special envoys for a group presentation of

arrived

Wallace,
with

Nov. 18, the
authority to

on

have

courts

Presidential Inauguration

Vice-President-elect, on Nov. 29 pre¬
sented his credential^ in Mexico City as special Ambassador
to the inauguration of General Manual Avila Camacho as
President of Mexico, which took place on Dec. 1.
Mr.
Henry A. Wallace,

Guardia Act

La

Wallace Presents Credentials as Special Envoy

to Mexican

Court Holds Picketing Injunction Illegal
of Norris-

Supreme

Even if Anti-Trust

In

Vice-President-elect

the Board
Federation

Abrogation of the contract was ordered because
found

3

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Dec., 1940]

a

a

Mr. Kirk said on Nov. 26 that

similar capacity.

third member of the Berlin staff, Philip

Fahrenholz, will

join them in Rome.

Others Is Liable Under Securities Act

Luxemburg Minister

President Roosevelt Receives New

Supreme Court on Nov. 25 denied an

States

United

The

Aug. 16 by the United States
Court of Appeals in Boston which ruled that an agent sell¬
ing securities owned by others is liable for misrepresenta¬

appeal from

Other
were

in

residents

which
bar

of

A

triple

facturers

seeks

Government

therefore is
The

Houston, Tex
tion

but

his

"in

he

aside

agreement by

an

Chicago

sought to

Sherman

18

from

Anti-Trust

within

meaning

the

tire

manu¬

Act.

the

of

Act

The

25

of otherwise qualified
the laws enacted under it,

jury service

from

basic concepts of a democratic society and a repre¬

It

is

been

had

stated

denied

that

the

Negro,

constitutional

"systematically excluded"

Edgar

Smith,

had

rights because members

County juries.

from Harris

public justice that the jury be

use

of juries as instru¬

body truly representative of the

a

Relations Act Held by State Supreme Court

Valid in So Far

Wisconsin

The

Supreme

Court,

at

Act in a
Employees

Employment
Restaurant

and

with

affiliated
court

It Does Not Impair Right of Speech

Madison,

on

Nov.

8

to a particular phase the constitutionality of the

as

Wisconsin

Hotel

as

American

the

that

ruled

case

Act is valid in

the

instituted

by

the

Union of Milwaukee,
Federation of Labor.
The
so

far

it does not

as

impair the constitutional right of free speech/
President Roosevelt Nominates Rear Admiral Leahy

York
by Presi¬
dent Roosevelt on Nov. 26.
Mr. White is at present diplo¬
matic and Consul General at Tangier, Morocco.
Dr. J. J. Soler Arrives

to

France, Succeeding W.

lardo

Designated

as

Ambassador

C. Bullitt, Resigned—Dr. J. M. Gal-

Roosevelt

Rico,

Naval

of

on

Nov.

26

Operations

Ambassador

as

sent

to

Senate

the

and

France,

to

to

Governor

retired for¬
of Puerto

William

succeed

the

C.

Bullitt, who, it was announced on Nov. 14, had tendered his

Uruguay and planned to go to Washington the

tions

to

States,
Count Potocki, Polish

appointment on Nov. 29.
Rico
Mr.

on

Nov. 28 for New

Bullitt's

effective

on

resignation

the Senate confirmed the

Admiral Leahy sailed from Puerto
York
as

on his way to Washington.
Ambassador to France became

Governor of Puerto Rico to succeed Admiral

Gallardo.
at

San

Jerzy

Count

who

is

German,

Puerto Rice

a

native Puerto Itican,

has

been

since 1937.




Polish

Potocki,

Ambassador to the United

States, has submitted his resignation to the Polish
in exile in

Washington

in

ficials

London, it was disclosed

Nov.

on

Govern¬

by Embassy of¬

Although Poland was

11.

partitioned under a German-Russian agreement signed in
September, 1939, the United States refused to recognize the
agreement and has continued to recognize Count Potocki as
its Ambassador in Washington.
The resignation of Count
Potocki, who has held this post for about four and one-half
years, is expected to take effect Dec. 15.
Jan Ciechanowski,
Under-Secretary of Foreign Affairs for the Polish Govern¬
at

London, has

been named

Count Potocki's

as

suc¬

$

cessor.

Ambassador to United States

Admiral Nomura Appointed Japanese

nese

Kichisaburo Nomura

Ambassador to the United

has

been

appointed Japa¬

States, succeeding Kensuke

Horinouclii, it was announced in Tokio on Nov. 26.
tary

Secre¬

of State Cordell Hull has formally notified Japan that

appointment is acceptable.

the

Senator

George

Relations

The Senate

Democrat

of

Georgia

on

Late

of Sentate

Senator

Foreign

Pittman

Nov. 25 elected Senator Walter F. George,

Georgia,

of

Elected Chairman

Committee—Succeeds

as

Chairman

of

the Committee

on

Foreign Relations, to fill the vacancy caused by the death
on
Nov. 10 of Senator Key Pittman of Nevada.
Senator
George

was

the unanimous choice of the Senate Democratic

Steering Committee wThen it met on Nov. 23 for the purpose

Nov. 26

On Nov. 27 the President designated Jose Miguel
as

Ambassador to United States, Resigns—Jan

Ciechanowski to Succeed Him

the

Leahy on Nov. 27 and

Admiral

following day.

Upon his arrival in New York Dr. Soler said that he was
here to promote cordiality between Paraguay and the United

President.
The Senate Foreign Rela¬
Committee unanimously approved the nomination of

resignation

newly-appointed Minister from Para¬

Soler,

Governor of Puerto Rico to Succeed Admiral

nomination of Rear Admiral William D. Leahy,

Chief

J.

Juan

to the United States, arrived in New York from South
America on Nov. 26 aboard the American Republics liner

Leany

mer

Minister

as

guay

Admiral

President

United States to Assume Post

in

from Paraguay

ment

as

Minister to Haiti

Minister to Haiti was sumbitted to the Senate

as

ment
Wisconsin Employment

as

White of New

Campbell

John

of

nomination

The

unanimous decision of the court, asserted

the

Roosevelt

White Nominated by President

J. C.

and

community."

upheld

ex¬

pressed the desire of the American people to see the country

Dr.

Nov.

part of the established tradition in

to Be

been

who has

d'Affaires of the Grand Duchy, the President

which held that

lower court decision

damages.
on

the exclusion
our

been

had

is

of

ments

the

to

$1,053,474

the

a

"person"

Black, who delivered the

"it

of

Supreme

review to the Government's suit

a

to

of

reversed

a

setting

with

that

race

Justice
that

not

government "

contended
of

valid

Side

South

Illinois

the

the conviction of a Negro of
sentenced to life imprisonment, ruled that racial discrimina¬

,

war

sentative

held

only violates our Constitution and

not
at

violations

entitled

in

resulting
is

amounting

have

to

is

not

court,

groups

overruling

the

on

12 granting

Nov.

on

damages

alleged

for

Government

the

subdivision

a

12

the lower court had

which

issued

ruling

obtain

Nov.

on

from living there.

Negroes

to

down

handed

decision

Court's

In accepting

Luxemburg.

Le Gallais,

Mr.

credence of

regain full independence.'

follows:

as

decision

A

rulings

of

letters

the

Nov. 8 the credentials of

on

Hugues Le Gallais as Minister of
Charge

decisions and

Court

Supreme

important

received

President Roosevelt

on

Securities Act of 1933.

the

under

tion

decision

a

Commissioner

Gallardo

Leahy.

Dr.

having been born
of

Education

in

Mr. George was second in
the 23-member committee,
being outranked in length of service by Senator Pat Harri¬
son of Mississippi.
However, since Senator Harrison holds
the chairmanship of the Finance Committee, which he prdof

selecting

line

among

a

new

the

Chairman.

Democrats

on

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MONTHLY REVIEW
Mr. George was elevated according to

ferred to keep,

Senate

H.

Dr.

strike

The

ment.

Oath

Takes

Millis

A.

Chairman of NLRB—Resignations

as

from Board

Chairman of the National Labor Relations Board, giving
the Board its first full membership of three since the ex¬

as

of the term of Chairman J. Warren

piration

Madden

on

Aug. 27.
The nomination of Dr. Millis, which was sent to
the Senate by President Roosevelt on Nov. 15, was approved

debate on Nov. 26,
reported by the Senate Labor

by that body unanimously and without
it

after

hours

was

Only six members of the committee were pres¬

Committee.

Chairman Elbert

ent When the nomination was acted upon,

reporting it on the baste of a poll of
absentees, it is stated.
Following the nomination by Presi

D. Thomas favorably

announced on Nov. 15
have resigned, viz.:
Nathan Witt, Secretary of the Board; Alexander B. Hawes,
chief administrative examiner, and Thomas I. Emerson,
of Dr. Millis, it was

dent Roosevelt

that three of the officials of the Board

Vultee Aircraft Strike Ends with Agreement to

Pay Higher Wages

General Jackson Holds Communists

Attorney

The strike at the Vultee Aircraft

Responsible

Co.'s plant at Downey,

it started. The
agreement ending the dispute provides wage increases for
the company's 5,200 employees aggregating $1,400,000 a year.
Calif., was settled Nov. 26, 12 days after

was

of the strike,

Prio_r to the conclusion

the job.

on

force

of the company's normal

27 about 80%

On Nov.

Attorney General Robert H. Jackson is said to have declared
that the Federal Bureau of Investigation had uncovered
information

that Communist

indicating

influence was re¬

But this was denied by a union
spokesman, who declared that "the strike was caused by
low wages and not by communism or any other ism."
sponsible for the strike.

drivers that

of truck

strike

exhibits

World's Fair Strike Settled

York

New

demolition

and

Fair since Oct. 29

tion

was

work

settled

at

on

had halted removal of
the

York

New

leaders

World's

Nov. 7, through the media¬

representatives of the Park Department

and

and

the Fair

Corp. at City Hall, New York.
Thomas A. Murray, President of the Central Trades and
Construction Council and representative of the American
Federation of Labor unions involved in the dispute, an¬
nounced after the meeting that

Midland, Pa., Ended—Halcomb

Pa., plant of the Crucible
after the strikers had voted
approximately 52% to 48% in favor of resuming work pend¬
ing conferences with the company regarding their griev¬
ances.
The 4,500 men made idle since Nov. 12 are all mem¬
bers of the Congress of Industrial Organizations Steel Work¬
ers' Organizing Committee.
Work was resumed on Nov. 16.
Employees of the Halcornb plant of the Crucible Steel Co.,
located at Syracuse, N. Y., returned to work on Nov. 22
after settlement of a strike that lasted for three days tying
strike

The

at

Midland,

the

Steel Co. was ended on Nov. 15

up

operations on national defense orders. The full comple¬
of 1,100 men on the day force was at work, while

ment

Union

officials prepared to meet a Steel Workers'

company

grievance committee whose demands precipitated the walk¬
out on Nov. 19.
A total of 2,300 workers was affected.

said plant production, which included
resumed "without a hitch."
Union
sought adjustment of a "stagger" work
and restoration of a pay differential between laborers
officials

Company

orders,

was

members said they
week

Strike

$

workers.

skilled

and

the Aluminum

at

at

New Kensingm

Settled

ton, Pa.,

Workers at

Plant

America

of

Co.

New

the Aluminum Co. of America plant at

members of the Congress of Industrial
Organizations, voted on Nov. 28 to end a week-long strike
which stopped work on several big national defense orders
and made 7,500 men temporarily idle.
The strikers returned
to work on Nov. 29.
Under the agreement a $27-a-week
Pa.,

Kensington,

by the union for causing the walkout be¬
a committeeman attempting to collect

blamed

worker

he threatened

cause

$12 in back dues, will be transferred to the Logans Ferry,
Pa., plant of the company. Ralph M. Ferry, superintendent
the plant, said:
"This solution is of the type we have
been urging right along and is quite satisfactory."
In
addition to halting production on several million dollars'

of

Mayor F. H. LaGuardia at a conference of union

of

and
their jobs for a month.

Settle Dispute

Plant Employees

defense

associate general counsel.

The

than 12,000 employees,

more

Strike at Crucible Steel Co. Plant at

4

A. Millis, Professor Emeritus of Economics of
the University of Chicago, on Nov. 27 took the oath of office

again

kept

building trades workers, away from

Dr. Harry

several

had

including warehousemen, truck drivers, bakery workers

custom.,

the trucks would begin roll¬

of orders,

worth

the workers lost wages estimated by the

$250,000 during the shutdown. Philip Murray,
newly-elected C. I. O. President, helped settle the contro¬
versy.
He conferred for several hours on Nov. 27 with
Nick A.
Zonarich, President of the Aluminum Workers
company at

after which conference an agreement to

Union,
strike

Aeronautical

Brewster

settle the

reached.

was

Corp.,

Long Island City, N.

at

Y.,

Union

Nov. 8.
Ail 1,200 workmen affected by the strike,
including plumbers, carpenters, wreckers, iron workers and
electricians, who struck in sympathy with the truckmen,
would be back at their jobs on Nov. 8 also, announced Mr.

and

Murray.

likely to disrupt production of more than 500 navy fighting

ing

Pickets ^vere recalled from the main entrances of

the Fair

Nov. 7.

on

LaGuardia

Painters' Union Awarded Pay Rise by Mayor

About 12,000 union painters in Manhattan, the
Staten Island received
the terms of

based

an

the report

on

wage

The award

referee

Council 9

after

settlement

who the Mayor appointed
strike called by

of the

Brotherhood

of-the

was

by Louis S. Posner, former member of

State Mortgage Commission,

the

Bronx and

increase of 10c. an hour under
arbitration award handed down on Nov. 9
a

by Mayor LaGuardia of New York City.

as

Dispute Settled

on

of

District

Painters, Decorators and

Paperhanders, American Federation of Labor, against the
Association of Master Paintdrs and Decorators.
was

ended

on

The strike

Sept. 27, but when the painters returned to

work after a one-month strike representatives of the em¬
ployers and the union promised the Mayor that they would
abide by the arbitration award.
Strike at Fort Dix, N. J., Settled

national

defense

project at Fort Dix, N. J.,

was

the

on

representatives

of

the

dissenting

Department

unions,

of

Labor representatives, Army authorities and officials of the

contracting

and

called

8

Nov.

subcontracting

The

firms.

strike

was

Local 369, Hod Carriers and Laborers
Union of Trenton, N. J., because apprentices of Local 1489,
Carpenters and Joiners Union, were doing laborers' work
by

in

loading and unloading lumber, according to Michael Neylon, business agent for the laborers.
It is stated that no
concessions

strike.
tions

were

granted the laborers in settlement of the

David P. Appell, Vice-President in charge of opera¬
for the George A. Fuller Co., contractors for the

project, said that "an amicable adjustment
tween

the

brought

union

delegates

pressure

to

bear

themselves
upon

them

was

after

for

a

our

made

be¬

company

disrupting

our

building program."

American

the

Organizations,

Industrial

of

gidney

Hillman,

Advisory Commission.

Defense

drivers

truck

three

around

tered

by

arranged

meeting

National

which

seemed

member of
The dispute

employed

at

the
cen¬

Long

the

would have affected a plant in
Newark, N. J., where two other drivers were involved.
The United Automobile Workers, Local 365, which has a
Island

City

plant,

and

contract, demanded that the drivers join their union.
Two
locals of the A. F. of L. International Brotherhood of Team¬
sters, 807, in New York City and 478 in Newark, N. J., both
Under the terms of the agreement,

demanded the drivers.
selection of

bargaining agency for the truck drivers will

a

be left to the National Labor Relations

to

were

return to

Board, all employees

work, three teamsters laid off were to be

rehired, and to receive pay for the week they were out if
Board

awards

jurisdiction

Teamsters

the

to

to accept the Board's decision.

Both sides agreed

ended on

Nov. 11, after more than five hours of negotiations between

with

planes in plants of the Brewster Aeronautical Corp., was
adjusted on Nov. 8 at the regional office of the National
Labor Relations Board, 120 Wall Street, New York City, at

the

The four-day jurisdictional strike of 700 laborers

affiliated

Congress

controversy
between rival
Federation of Labor

jurisdictional

week-old

A

unions

Defense and Foreign

American

Union.

•

Policy

Preparations for the military defense of the United States
against any external aggression that may develop in these
difficult times

which

is

was

inextricably

revealed

official

pushed rapidly in November, especially
over.
The conduct of foreign policy,

were

after the election

no

intertwined

departures

with

what

from

defense problems,

now

has

become

the

policy of aiding within limits short of actual par¬

ticipation those countries which are subject to aggressive
In

attacks.

some

aid

the

respects

to the defenders

was

heightened, but the great question toward the end of No¬
vember

was

extended.
China

was

sponse

in

whether

more

assistance

should

not

be

Great Britain, Greece and

to

made clear by all those countries, and the re¬

the

United

The election

thetic.

still

The need for aid

States

made

generally

little

was most sympa¬
difference in this connec¬

tion, as both candidates were pledged to the fullest possible
war.
Some students of foreign

Chain Store Clerks in Pennsylvania End Strike with Wage Increases

aid to Great Britain short of

Settlement of the strike begun four weeks previously by
2,100 meat cutters and prolonged by 7,000 clerks, resulted
in the reopening on Nov. 12 of about 1,500 Atlantic & Pacific,
American, and Food Fair stores, operating in eastern Penn¬

policy continued
loint
draw

to warn, however, that there may be a
beyond which our active aid to Great Britain yvill
the

sylvania, southern

gloomy

of

Britain

New Jersey and Delaware.
By a vote
2,211 to 1,555 the clerks accepted a compromise settlement

of their

own

demands, whereas'the" meat cutters ended their

part of the strike two weeks before with




a

separate agree¬

United

wishes of the

without

States

into

conflict,

view was expressed in other
possibly will be unable to win
full

regardless

of

Administration, Congress and the people.

military

participation

While these and other matters

were

by

circles
an

that

the

The

Great

outright victory

the United

States.

under national debate

Roosevelt

President

moved

caution in

with commendable

foreign affairs.
Foreign reactions to the election outcome in the
States were in themselves of considerable interest.

was

little official comment, of course,

and

China it

tries

was

united
There

but in Great Britain

made abundantly clear that both coun¬

Germany,

profoundly satisfied with the result.

were

Italy and Japan, on the other hand, viewed the electoral
trend here with some alarm, owing to an alleged drift

participation which those countries affect to
observe.
In all the countries now at war it was conceded
in advance that the balloting would not change American
full

toward

policies, since President Roosevelt and Mr. Willkie both
were pledged to support the nations attacked.
The British
press took the view that England could not "lose" the elec¬
tion, owing to this circumstance.
It was feared, on the
other hand, that a change of Administration might produce
some uncertainty
in aid during the few months between
the election and the induction of the new President.
French
spokesmen adopted a strictly correct and aloof stand toward
In Latin America the outcome was viewed

the election here.

prelude to still greater inter-American cooperation

the

as

and

solidarity.

Conscription began to go into practical effect in the latter
half of November, as the first

contingents of drafted soldiers

for military training in peace-time.
As
the first soldiers selected began to prepare for military life,
President Roosevelt and his associatets took some steps to
moved

to

increase

Britain.

camps

the

necessary

for

assistance

The President announced

embattled

Nov. 8

on

a

Great

rule-of-thumb

whereiinder American production of

military airplanes will

be shared with Great Britain

50-50 basis.

followed

on

20

Nov.

General George C.

on

a

This

was

by the announcement, made through

Marshall, Army Chief of Staff, that 26

huge bombers somewhat similar to the "flying fortresses"
are to be turned over to England under the rule-of-thumb.
It also

was

made known at the

same

time that our second-

best bomb sight will be released to Great Britain.
German

Intensive

bombing of the industrial Midlands occasioned

demand for still

more

a

Nov. 22

by asserting that such aid is at its peak, for the moment.
The problem, he pointed out, is the physical one

of produc¬
Until
airplanes and other war materials roll off the American
assembly lines more rapidly than now is possible, the Presi¬
dent added, the country will scarcely be able to increase
the rule-of-thumb allotment to Great Britain of 50% of
airplane output.
But it appears that the United States Government found
other ways for aiding Great Britain in November.
At the
tion, and not a mere matter of passing a law or two.

it became known that the United States

Navy had assumed the patrol of the French island of Mar¬
tinique, in the West Indies, obviously in order to release for
service

had

elsewhere

cruised

the

off the

British

island.

warships

which

This occasioned

previously

some

uncer¬

tainty in the Vichy regime of France, for the French air¬
craft carrier Beam is at the island, with something like
100 American airplanes aboard.
The British naval patrol
obviously was to prevent the airplanes from falling into
German hands, through any dash by the ship for European
Some diplomatic correspondence took place be¬
tween the Washington and Vichy Governments, after the
waters.

patrol was taken over by American destroyers, but tefcts
were not made public.
It was indicated, however, that the
Vichy authorities had extended emphatic assurances that
no

threat of any transfer of sovereignty of

$50,000,000 Export-Import Bank
shipments of metals in

The

This

coming years.

move was

Martinique

or

other French possessions existed.
The Martinique incident
thereafter was minimized by the State Department
Another and even more significant incident along the
line was reported from the Mexican port of Tampico,
beginning Nov. 17.
On that day four German merchant
same

generally regarded as a coun¬

Japanese aggression in the Far East. It came
when Japan was reported to be increasing
its demands upon the French regime in Indo-China, and
when Thailand (Siamese) forces were making inroads upon
French Indo-China.
This southward trend of Japanese
ter stroke to
at

moment

a

brought into new prominence the question of
Singapore and the great chain of Netherlands East Indies

aggression

The Far East entered into the problem of Amer¬

islands.

ican foreign affairs in another sense on
that day told of the

Nov. 9, for reports
sinking of the American ship City of

Rayville, 5,883 tons, off Australia, apparently as a conse¬
quence of striking a mine.
This ship was the first under
American registry lost in the course of the war, and the
incident revived reports that a German raider was operatr
ing in Australian waters.
Several diplomatic moves were made in November which
were regarded as little more than routine, in the given cir¬
President Roosevelt issued

cumstances.

a proclamation on
of war exists, between Greece
and Italy, and applying our neutrality laws to those warring
nations.
In effect, this brought Greece into the operational
sphere of the neutrality laws, for Italy already had been
placed there.
Late in November, Greek authorities were
said to be exhorting the United States to send aid, and the
appeals were said to be receiving sympathetic consideration
in Washington.
There were continual rumors from, Wash¬
ington that more American warships might be transferred
to Great Britain, but these possibly were political trial
balloons, for no action was announced., American financial
aid to Great Britain also received study, especially after
the British Ambassador, Lord Lothian, stated on Nov, 2$
that Great Britain will reach the end of her United States
dollar resources in 1941 and will need financial help.
It
was indicated subsequently
by Lord Lothian that, he did
not carry this appeal to the White House, and the Adminis¬
tration took no official cognizance of the problem. * ; *

Nov. 15 holding that a state

help to England, and Mr. Roosevelt

answered the questions of press correspondents on

start of the month

fund.

stabilization

advance is to be covered by Chinese

the difficult sphere of

'

5

KEVIEW

Dec., 1940]

The

In

Americas

-■

several

important respects good progress was made
during November toward the defense of the Americas as a
whole, and toward the improvement of United States rela¬
tions
made

with
in

American

British

between

reached
the

Latin

Washington, Nov.

exact

location

of

countries.

Announcement was

18,

that agreement had been
and American authorities as to

virtually all the bases obtained

on

this side of the Atlantic from Great Britain in consequence
of the trade of 50 over-age destroyers for the base sites.

Only the position

determined, it

was

of the

base at Trinidad remains to be

made known.

Subsequent

moves

made

it clear that no time will be lost in the construction of naval
and airplane
ber

bases at the points selected.

Late in Novem¬

reports indicated

that British warships will be
the right to use the bases to be constructed, but

some.

granted

clarification of this point is not complete.
The Good Neighbor policy of the United States Govern¬
ment with respect to Latin America was implemented in
several ways.
Vice-President-elect Wallace was named by
Mr.

Roosevelt to attend the inaugural at Mexico City,

on

Dec.

1, of the newly-elected President of Mexico, Manuel
The inaugural was effected with the usual
trappings, but some Mexicans who did not favor Senor

Avila Camacho.

Avila

Camacho

Mexico
new

to

booed

Mr.

Wallace

upon

his

arrival

in

City.

American soliarity was emphasized by the
Mexican (President in his inaugural address.
Farther

the

south

a good deal of
controversy was aroused by
military bases are to be made available in
Uruguay to all the naval and air forces of all the American
republics.
Argentine sensibilities were aroused, in particu¬
lar, for the old fear of the Colossus of the North has not

reports

that

been
fully_ dispelled. It was pointed out in some circles
ships sailed from Tampico, fully laden with wares that may
that the United States is the only country with distant
consumption in the Reich, but that forces of a nature that
might find the new bases useful,
quite possibly might have reached German raiders operatingand the State Department endeavored to allay
any sus¬
on the high seas.
As the vessels moved out of Tampico they
picions by stating that no request for exclusive use of the
were signaled by a group of warships which
actually were
proposed bases had been made by Washington. The discus¬
American destroyers, but which the German captains
appar¬
sion as to the bases continued throughout November.
ently mistook for British ships. One of the German vessels
Much interest was occasioned, meanwhile, by the arrival
promptly was scuttled, while the others hastened back to in
Washington on Nov. 13 of an Argentine trade and finan¬
Tampico.
The Mexican Government expressed concern as
cial mission.
It was at first thought that the Argentine
to whether American warships had violated Mexican terri¬
visitors aimed at the negotiation of a loan of
$100,000,000
torial waters, but it was established to the satisfaction of
from the Export-Import Bank, under the
authority granted
Washington and Mexico City that no such violation had
that bank to extend up to $500,000,000 loans to Latin Amer¬
occurred.
The American destroyers on Nov. 19 signaled two
ica.
But the course of the conversations, as indicated in
ships of Mexican and Honduran registry, but thereafter no
rumors,
suggested rather that Argentina looked to farrepetitions were reported.
Late in November two of the
reaching economic accords with the United States, rather
German ships at Tampico made a dash for the sea and suc¬
than merely to fresh loans.
The discussions still were in
ceeded in moving away.
Some Italian ships in the port also
progress at the end of November.
Also in Washington
seemed to be making ready for a voyage.
throughout November was a Cuban mission, with the an¬
One important step in foreign policy was announced at
nounced purpose of obtaining a loan of $50,000,000 from
Washington on Nov. 30, in the form of a further monetary
the Export-Import Bank.
This group appeared to make
advance to the Nationalist Government of
China, headed by little
progress toward the huge advance, which is intended
Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek.
This move followed an
partly to cover a Cuban deficit and partly to provide funds
"agreement" between Tokio and its puppet regime at Nan¬
for public works construction.
king, headed by Wang Ching-wei.
The White House an¬
nounced that $100,000,000 of fresh credits would be ex¬
Mediterranean War

have been intended for

tended to China, half the sum to be made available
by the

Export-Import Bank and the other half by the American




\

In the
ments in

highly important Mediterranean
November took

on

new

area war

develop¬

aspects that favored the

MONTHLY EEYIEW

6
of Greece and Great

cause

Britain to a heartening degree.

turning point was provided by the Italian decision of
Oct. 28 to start an unprovoked attack against Greece.
After
The

a

minor successes, the course of the

few initial and

conflict

in favor of the
of their liberties, and against tlie Italians.
In

defenders

Italy turned sharply

and

Greece

between

place of the prompt invasion of Greece that
lini obviously expected, on the basis of the

their"

of

This

preparations.

inadequate

own

in

change

the Mediterranean

began to take

important new aspects of the

Greek Government endeavored to
restrain the enthusiasm of its own people by pointing on
several occasions to the great forces with Italy can mobilize.
The

Europe.

in

war

Appeals were made for British and American aid, and in the
case of the London
Government ample and effective help
was forthcoming.
The question promptly
raised whether Germany would come to the rescue of

promptly

was
the

Italians, by attacking Greece from the East, as an after¬
math of a series of treaties made with Hungary, Rumania
But

Slovakia.

and

Italians stated clearly that they

the

expected no help from Germany, and the Balkan negotia¬
tions lapsed at a point short of a continuous military route
for the German forces through the Balkans directly to the
Greek frontier.
Some Berlin reports made it clear that
authorities

Reich

attack upon
on

were

none

too pleased with the

Italian

Premier Mussolini broke a long silence

Greece.

IS, by a speech in Rome in which he asserted
resistance will be "annihilated,"
whether in

Nov.

Greek
months

He endeavored

12.

in

or

that
two

to cover up the Greek

gained by the RomeIt is
doubtful, however, whether even the Italian people were
deluded by references to battles which German forces won.
Italian fortunes of war dropped to a new low in the latter
half of November, owing to British maneuvers which re¬
sulted in the destruction or damage of a sizable part of
the Italian Navy.
British aerial attacks against Italy were
made more easily possible by the entry of Greece into the
war, however unwillingly. ^ British forces promptly estab¬
lished a base of operations upon the island of Crete, and
apparently operated from that point against Italian naval
bases.
It was indicated on Nov. 12 that an important and
highly successful attack had been made by British torpedocarrying airplanes against the Italian naval base at Taranto,
and the Italians admitted serious damage to one large vessel
incident

pointing

by

Berlin Axis since

to

"victories"

Italy entered the war on June 10.

in their initial official statement.

informed

Churchill
Nov.

the

British

Prime Minister Winston
House of Commons, on

13, that airplane reconnoisance had established that
battleship of the Littorio class (35,000 tons) was

Italian

one

Egypt between British and Italian
staiemate throughout November.

the bow with her forecastle under water,
while another of the Cavour class (23,622 tons) had been
beached.
In the inner harbor two cruisers were reported

badly down by

listing, and two auxiliary vessels were said to be damaged
with their sterns under water.
The Italians scoffed at the

but it appeared that they hastily withdrew
their naval forces from Taranto, after which the British
British report,

again observed important vessels still there,

reputedly be¬

forces was at a complete

of Britain

Battle

of
Britain
Germany in November.
The events were not decisive,
they began to take on aspects that might in the long run

Titanic aerial bombings and a deadly phase of the war

marked the great struggle between Great

blockade
and
but

the

determine

the

of

outcome

from'day

conflict,

and

reports

were

with anxious interest. Immense
destruction was wrought by both sides upon the industrial
establishment of the other, while German submarine and
aerial attacks against British shipping brought open con¬
fessions in official British circles that the situation might
become acute.
This brought up in more immediate fashion
scanned

to day

question of American aid to Great

the

Britain, which Lord

Lothian, the British Ambassador to Washington, suggested
on Nov. 23 should also take financial forms.
England, Lord

his return from a brief stay in London,
financial help from America, but also

Lothian said upon
needs

only

not

for the tough year ahead."

"planes, munitions and ships

scene

place early in November, soon after the Italian attack began.
It was still in rapid progress at the end of the month, and
naturally brought in its train

naturally must be considered in this connection, especially
in the light of tlie fact that British airplanes proved so
effective at Taranto against the Italian fleet.
The war in

Premier Musso¬

vast numerical
and material superiority of his forces, Greece turned the
tables and not only chased the Italians back to their Al¬
banian lines, but dislodged them from their own fortifica¬
tions and effected advances deep into Albania.
At times
the retreat of the Italians resembled a rout, and great
masses of Italian munitions
and other war materials fell
into the hands of the Greeks.
Particularly significant was
the fall of the Italian base of Koritza to the valiant "Evzones," who wear a picturesque type of kilt and who are
justly famed for their fighting qualities.
Other bases also
fell to the Greeks, and even such Italian supply bases as
Port Edda, named after the daughter of Premier Mussolini,
began to be threatened.
A lightning change of the Italian
high command in Albania failed to stem the Greek advance,
which the Italians attempted to excuse on the alleged ground

But Italian aerial strength

supply ships, it was reported.

No

explanation of the British financial position was vouchsafed
by Lord Lothian, but it was recalled in financial circles
here in New York that Great Britain began the war with

$4,000,000,000 of gold, American securities and direct
here.
It was assumed that commitments on
armaments contracts have made necessary the earmarking

about

investments

by London of most of the British dollar resources.
In the first half of November the great German aerial
fleets

continued

other

the

attacks

British centers,

Liverpool and

London,

upon

much in the fashion inaugurated on

Sept. 9 when the effort to destroy Great Britain from the
began.
Night bombings were favored, and only occa¬

air

sional

day-time sortees

attempted

were

by

the

Germans,

invariably were driven back in such daylight attacks

who

by the British Spitfire and Hurricane fighters. The British
bombers attacked, in nightly raids, many of the large Ger¬
industrial estbalishments in the Ruhr and tlie Rhine-

man,

were made on many occasions to the
works in eastern Germany which obviously
are vital for continuance of the conflict for
the Germans.
The British bombers ranged daily over the French, Belgian
and Netherlands "invasion ports," where the Reich forces
have concentrated barges and other vessels for a possible

while flights

land,

oil

synthetic

attack
in
to

land

by

Even

England.

troops on

distant points

Norway were attacked, and periodical visits were paid
the German submarine and other bases in French terri¬

It is hardly to be doubted that a good deal of destruc¬
by both sides upon the ports and industrial

tory.

tion was visited

cities of

the

respective adversaries, in these maneuvers.

British attacks from the air were intensified in the latter

but the Germans also increased the fury

half of November,

Great squadrons of British bomber planes

of their assaults.
soared

over

the

Reich

dropping bombs

after night,

night

starting fires which were visible to the British fliers
for scores of miles.
But on Nov. 15 the Germans began to
and

outdo the British in this form of destructiveness.

That day

bombings,
directed against the single British industrial cities.
Cov¬
entry was the first victim, and after German bombers sailed
over the Midlands city at intervals of only a few minutes,
much of Coventry was in ruins.
The fine old cathedral was
destroyed, and rubble filled the streets.
The airplane plants

witnessed the start of newly intensified all-night

and

other

and

suffered

industries

residential

war

sections of

less

than

the

business

Coventry, according to London

reports, but it was admitted that some halt also had been
occasioned in the war output at Coventry.
Birmingham was
next in line for the furious German attack from the air, and

heavy bombings were reported on that Midlands city, which
is far larger than Coventry.
Liverpool and Bristol were
bombed
the

in

Southampton again was a target for
The systematic destruction continued

turn, and

German airmen.

and

effective methods were found in Eng¬
the night raiders than the Germans found

no more

cause-they could not be moved.
This attack against Italian naval forces was reported in

apace,

reduced Italian strength markedly, and
done the Italian Navy in an
engagement between British and Italian ships off Sardinia,

to combat their British foes.

England to

have

further important damage was

on

Each side claimed victory in the latter engage¬

Nov. 27.

land to

Combat

British

censors

and contact resulted in one hit on the British
cruiser Berwick, which remained in active service.
Damage

descended.

the

from Taranto,

was

claimed

by

London

to

cruisers and two destroyers.

cruisers

were

one Italian battleship, three
Rome claimed that two British

damaged, but admitted a hit on an Italian

put the ship
Taken together, the Taranto
and Sardinian engagements had the effect of making Great
Britain undisputed master of Mediterranean waters, and it
was reported possible that large units of the British fleet
now can be withdrawn and placed in Atlantic service.
A
considerable agitation arose in London for a "knock-out"
blow at the Italian fleet, so that Italy might be prevented
from adding to her Albanian contingents.
British subma¬
rines appeared in the Adriatic Sea and sank some Italian
cruiser

out

of

and

damage

service,




to one destroyer which

temporarily.

time, to prevent news

plainly the points that were attacked, and it soon
evident that the censors were not preventing their

cated

but

a

industrial establishments from

reaching the outside world, but the German statements indi¬

British Admiralty communique was more
explicit and obviously correct.
The British Mediterranean
fleet searched for the Italian units, after their withdrawal

ment,

for

endeavored,

of the German destruction of

became

the bombs
correspond¬
ents, this produced a relaxation of the British censorship,
at least to the point where the truth could be indicated
without details being given.
In the final week of November
several able American press representatives scored the Brit¬
ish censors and stated flatly that much damage actually
had been done in English cities by the indiscriminate Ger¬
enemies

man

from

knowing

aerial bombings.

before

the

Greenwood,

the

House

of

A debate

at

which

Minister without

sition clearly.

In the course

our

own

The German attacks

on

the matter took place

Nov.

27, and Arthur
explained the poof his account Mr. Greenwood

Commons,

expressed the conviction
arsenal, from which we
supplement

location

Together with protests from press

on

portfolio,

that America will be a "second
obtain increasing supplies to

can

and to make good our deficiencies."
Coventry and Birmingham, he said,

on

the pace of
With studied emphasis, he

merely slowed down

Lave

expansion.

British armaments

remarked that the

serious extent into our pro¬

attacks have not "eaten to any

capacity."
The British shipping position aroused continually greater
concern, as it appeared from official statements that this
matter rivals the airplane bombings in seriousness.
A Ger¬
man surface raider escaped into the Atlantic and on Nov. 5
attacked a British convoy of merchant ships half way be¬
tween Canada and England.
The vessel sank a number of

ductive

the armed merchantman Jervis
went down with her guns blazing
in defense of the convoy.
Most of the British ships thus
were
enabled to speed away from the attacker, and it
finally appeared that only four or five ships actually went
down out of a convoy of more than 30 vessels.
The inci¬
dent served to emphasize the lack of sufficient British naval
units for proper convoying of ships all the way across the
wean.
Prime Minister Churchill reported to the House of
Commons, on Nov. 5, that the German submarine attacks are
becoming more serious than the German aerial assaults.
Although total British tonnage is virtually undiminished,
he said,
the longer ship runs, the zig-zagging, and the
asseml£ty of convoys and port congestion have combined to
make British shipping less fruitful.
Mr. Churchill deplored
the fact that Irish Free State ports are not available to the
British fleet in defense operations.
In his remarks before
the Commons on Nov. 27 Mr. Greenwood also touched on
the maritime position, which he admitted is "much like that
of April, 1917."
In a speech on Nov. 26, Minister of Ship¬
ping It. H. Cross acknowledged that naval construction and
repairs to all classes of vessels are monopolizing British
shipyards, with the result that losses are in excess of re¬
placements.
All British spokesmen made it clear that
greater shipping and other supplies were needed from the
British

including

ships,

Bay, of 14,104 tons, which

occurred in the flow of oil to the Reich.
over
the Rumanian Government,
when King Carol was made to flee, began to get out of
hand toward the end of November.
On Nov. 27 some Iron
Guards took 64 eminent political prisoners from Bucharest

a

small interruption

States.
Eastern

Europe

Europe,
against Greece and the
problem of possible British occupation of Salonika or of
German aid to the Rome end of the Axis.
The immediate
question, after the Italian assault, was whether Turkey
would come to the aid of the Greeks, but after consultations
with Moscow the Ankara regime remained passive.
In
itself, this seemed to indicate acceptance by Moscow of the
Axis move against Greece, but it appeared after some weeks
that the Reich looked with a certain disapproval upon the
Italian move, while Russia plainly was disposed to play
no
favorites.
The British command apparently decided
against occupation of Salonika, which would require trans¬
ports on a large scale.
Possibly for this reason Germany
withheld a move against eastern Greece which the Reich
plainly is in a position to attempt.
As the various diplo¬
matic moves developed tension relaxed slowly in the Bal¬
kans, only to flare up again at the end of November, owing
to disorders in Rumania and in the Bessarabian province
which Russia recently regained from Rumania.
The out¬
Acute tension was

occasioned throughout eastern

by the Italian attack

in November,

of all these incidents remains

come

in much doubt.

Diplomatic conversations which probably were of a high
order were initiated on Nov. 12 when the Russian Premier
and Foreign Minister, Vyaclieslaff M. Molotoff, arrived in
Germany at the head of an imposing trade and diplomatic
delegation for extensive conferences with Chancellor Hitler
and his assistants.
The talks continued until Nov. 14, when
M. Molotoff departed.
Agreements were officially stated
to have been reached, but no inkling was supplied as to
their nature.
That the talks concerned the Balkans was
made clear on Nov. 20 when Hungarian officials appeared
in Berlin and signed a treaty formally allying the small
Central European country with the Rome-Berlin-Tokio Axis.
Hungary agreed to work for that "new order" which the
Germans blandly claim to be their aim.
More startling
than the Hungarian entry into the Axis was a Rumanian
action

six

24

vague
■was

like

of

effect

on

Nov.

23.

This

was

followed on

Slovakia in the Axis, making
countries in all that ostensibly are committed to the

Nov.

by the inclusion of

"new order" of affairs under German domination.
It
for a time that Bulgaria also would sign the

feared

German spokesmen indicated on Nov. 25

Axis agreement, but

signatures to the Axis understanding were ex¬

that no fresh

pected, for the time being.
This meant quite clearly that
Bulgaria had been advised by Moscow to remain aloof from
and it put a better face upon Eastern European

the Axis,

affairs,

indicated

it

since

arbiter of affairs.
the territory of

that Berlin

was

not the

sole,

The Bulgarian decision also meant that

the little country would serve as a buffer

between German troops and

Axis, that

country suffered several other disasters, which possibly
exercise some influence upon

will

the course of events in Eastern

A severe earthquake shattered Bucharest and laid
parts of Rumania on Nov. 10, It was the most
severe temblor ever experienced in Rumania, and the popu¬
lation doubtless made superstitious connections between the
alignment of the country with Hitler and the earthquake.
Europe.

waste other

Casualties

ran

damage was
included

in

said to be

into

the

thousands,

and

immense

property

reported, with the Rumanian oil fields also
the

affected

area.

But German

troops

were

repairing the damage in the oil fields, and only




took

The victims included former Pre¬
and many others who functioned
A virtual reign of terror thereupon began in

prisons and shot them.
mier George Argeseanu,
under Carol.

Bucharest, with the regime headed by Premier Ion Antonescu reduced to the extremity of asking German troops to

On Nov. 30 reports began to filter

order.

restore

great

in

Russian

territory.
France

Officials of the "free"
of

the

vember

through

owing to
available

disaffection in the Bessarabian region,
shortages of food and high prices of the few wares
of

and Spain

French Government at Vichy and

Spanish regime at Madrid took no steps during No¬
that might involve them more definitely in the

European

but it was plainly evident that great trials
were being suffered by the French, and

war,

tribulations

and

that

pressure

enormous

was

brought

to

bear

upon

the

The French authorities conferred steadily with
German military spokesmen at Paris on terms of a "perSpaniards.

While these talks were in prog¬
ress, however, the Germans evicted from their homes nearly
100,060 Lorrainers, and the conquerors announced at the
start of December that Lorraine is to be regarded as a
manent" peace

German

settlement.

province.

Frenchmen outside the control of the

Vichy regime continued to fight the

Germans, which prob¬

ably made the position of the Vichy Government quite diffi¬
cult.
The French forces of General Charles de Gaulle,

operating from Great Britain, occupied in a surprise attack
Nov. 10 the port of Libreville, capital of Gabon, French

on

Equatorial Africa.

The British Admiralty apparently co¬

that the French
British warship
off French Equatorial Africa, as the occupation Was taking
place.
Food supply problems of the Vichy authorities are
admittedly becoming acute,
and the deepening winter
weather is emphasizing that aspect of French problems.
Some gratification was expressed at Vichy, accordingly,
operated, for it was indicated in London
submarine Poncelet had been sunk by a

it

when

made known on Nov. 23 that American

was

diplo¬

is to be uninterrupted,
despite the resignation of Ambassador William C. Bullitt.
President Roosevelt indicated that Rear Admiral William

matic

representation

at

Vichy

will be the next Ambassador.
The ap¬
generally regarded as an excellent one,
especially in view of the developing difficulties of the Far
East, where Japan is encroaching ever more steadily upon

T.

Leahy, retired,

pointment

French

was

Indo-China.

Spanish authorities engaged in few conversations, if
any, with the Rome-Berlin Axis officials during November.
Intensive diplomatic discussions were reported previously,
and the appointment of the Nazi-sympathizer, Ramon Ser¬
rano Suner, to the post of Foreign Minister at Madrid' caused
The

apprehensions as to the course that Spain might
take.
The temptation to recover Gibraltar from

lelect to
England

is great, although the possibility remains to be
established.
In the course of the month under review Brit¬
obviously

ish authorities were rumored to

be holding out to Spain the

possibility of American food supplies through the British
blockade, if Spain would remain neutral in the great Euro¬
as

But little official information was available
the efforts by the Axis partners

conflict.

pean

to such conversations, or

to involve

Spain in the war.
Japanese Aggression

problems
November, and both
military and diplomatic experts began to review the situa¬
tion anew.
The Hitler-Molotoff conversations in Berlin
were eyed
with suspicion, as they possibly concerned the
After

weeks of relative quiet, Far Eastern

some

again became acute toward the end of

East

Far

as

well

as

If

Europe.

any

agreements

were

Far East, that circum¬
It is clear, on the other

reached in Berlin with respect to the

to be established.

stance remains

hand, that Japanese aggression now is turning southward,
rather than toward the Maritime Provinces of Siberia, and
it may

coveted

be that French, Dutch and British possessions are
in Tokio.
The undeclared war of the Japanese

China

against

remained in stalemate, save for pro-forma

recognition by Japan of its own puppet-regime at Nanking,
by the renegate Wang Ching-wei.
The aggressors
upon moves against the Chungking regime of

headed

seemed bent,

Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek, through
They made demands upon the French
Governors at Saigon for rights in various ports and at
interior
points, over and above those already granted.

the

Nationalist,

French Indo-China.

(Siamese) Government began to
Nov. 27, and this action
aroused much apprehension, since Thailand is presumed to
be acting in alignment with Japan.
These moves of late November introduce the possibility
of the Thailand

Troops

Greek territory.

In addition to the inclusion of Rumania in the

who

fascists

The

^

United

7

MONTHLY EEVIEW

Dec., 1940]

march

into

French

Indo-China,

Japanese militarists are looking for new worlds to
since they cannot reduce the Chinese to submission.

that

conquer,

If any drastic move

China, it
pore

East.
ber

may

is made by Japan against French Indo-

be the signal for an attack against Singa¬

and British and Dutch possessions throughout the Far
The United States Government has stated on a num¬

of occasions that it could

of that nature,

not be indifferent to events

and another indication was made available

,

8

MONTHLY REVIEW

Nov. 30 of the intense concern with which these matters

on
are

viewed in Washington.

Announcement was made that

China
Washington
and the American stabilization fund, over and above the
credits previously extended.
Although there is little appar¬
ent basis for assuming better relations between Tokio and
Washington, an effort again is reported from Japan to im¬
prove diplomatic intercourse.
Admiral Kichisaburo Nomura
was appointed on Nov, 26 to be the next Japanese Ambassa¬
dor to the United States, probably because he is a deter¬
mined advocate of Japanese-American friendship.
Also of
credits totaling $100,000,000 would be made available to

through

official Export-Import

the

Bank

of

importance in the Far Eastern scheme of things is the
death in Japan, on Nov. 24, of Prince Saionji, last of the

Genro,

Elder Statesmen.

or

Prince Saionji was the leading
the incident may affect

adviser of Emperor Hirohito, and

Japanese policy.
Steel

Trade—Non-Ferrous Metals

The steel trade reported that buying of steel continues to

steadily,

increase

with

steel

production

and

steel

scrap

prices at new high levels. In its issue of Nov. 28 the "Iron
Age" said, in part: "With the steel industry now operating
at an annual rate of approximately 78,000,000 net tons of

83,000,000 tons
potential capacity of 87,000,000 tons, orders continue
in an unprecedented^ high volume, in many instances still
exceeding production and shipments.
Some companies will
have booked 20% to 30% more tonnage in November than
in October, while others will barely equal their October
total or may fall slightly below.
With automobile produc¬
tion still very high, that industry is using a large amount
ingots against a practical capacity of about

and a

of steel, while

orders for the railroads and for construction

increasing.
The British are negotiating for the con¬
struction of 60 ships, 30 of which will be assembled on the
Atlantic Coast and 30 of the Pacific Coast.
No existing
are

shipways will be used and much of the work will be fabri¬
plants." The same publica¬

tion

on

top of all that is a tremendous demand from manufacturers
who are to a large extent pursuing their normal lines of

activity, but at an increased pace.
volume

that

steel

mills

will

ter.

now

be

booked

being received, unsolicited, for second quar¬

are being accepted on the basis of price in effect
shipment."
The magazine "Steel" of Cleveland
on Dec. 2 said, in part:
"The rate of gain of steel sales is
less pronounced, November showing smaller margin over
October than in other recent months.
In many cases the
volume has leveled off, which is welcome to producers.
Yet
orders are coming in generally more briskly than shipments.
Trends show~no change, deliveries becoming more extended,
though more mildly; production at virtually full practical
capacity; sales steady to larger; shipments gaining slightly
as

more

efficiency is attained.

Consumers have contracted

25% of their first quarter needs at prices prevail¬
ing at time of delivery. January books are quite completely
filled.
Steel production was at the highest rate since May,
1929.
Pig iron shipments for November are estimated the
largest for any month since March, 1937, which was prior to
an
announced' substantial price rise."
The "Iron Age"
composite price of steel scrap was increased from $20.67 to
$20.75 a gross ton on Nov. 11 to $20.92 on Nov. 19 and
to $21.00 on Nov. 26, which is $1.50 below the 1939 high estab¬
lished early in October of that year.
The "Iron Age" com¬
posite prices of finished steel and pig iron remained un¬
changed at 2.261c. a pound and $22.61 a gross ton, re¬
spectively.
The operating rate of steel companies having approxi¬
mately 97% of the steel capacity of the industry, according
to the American Iron and Steel Institute, was scheduled^
at 96.6% for the we6k beginning Nov. 25 (unchanged from
the preceding week), or at the highest level in the country's
history, measured in tonnage, and compares with 96.1% for
the week beginning Nov. 11, 96.0% for the week beginning
Nov. 4, and 95.7% for the week beginning Oct. 28.
At the
close of November, 1939, steel operations were reported to
be at the rate of 94.4% of capacity.
As to non-ferrous metals, "Metal

and Mineral Markets"

during the month under review reported in substance as
follows:
Demand for copper in November was in fair

volume., sales for the week ended Nov. 26 amounting to
19,795 tons as compared with 20,675 tons in the preceding
week, 16,188 tons in the week ended Nov. 12, and 16,034
tons in

the week

ended Nov. 5.

Sales of domestic copper

for the month to Nov. 26 totaled 64,764 tons, and the price
of that metal held at 12.00c., Connecticut Valley basis.

Buying of lead, which had been in good volume in previous
weeks, slackened during the holiday week ended Nov. 27,
sales for the latter period amounting to 3,273 tons, as
against 15,161 tons in the week ended Nov. 20, 18,566 tons
in the week ended Nov. 13, and 9,531 tons in the week ended
Nov. 6.
The quotation for lead was advanced on Nov. 6
from 5.50c. to 5.65c., New York, and on Nov. 8 to 5.80c.,
but

on

Nov. 28 returned to the 5.65c. level.

Sales of

com¬

to

duction and

90% of average 1929 shipments.
Reported production, shipments and new business for the

47 weeks ended Nov.

9% in

and

23, 1940,

of the

respectively, 7%, 7%

were,

figures for the corresponding
For the 47 weeks of 1940 new business and

excess

same

period of 1939.
shipments were 9% and 6%, respectively, above output
The ratio of unfilled orders to gross stocks was

Nov. 23,

1940. compared with 20%

filled orders

a

32% on
y6ar previous.
Un¬

45% greater than at the

were

time last

same

stocks were 8% less.
During the week ended Nov. 23, 1940, a total of 475 mills
produced 216,272,000 feet of softwoods and hardwoods com¬
year;

gross

bined.: shipped 245,748,000 feet, and booked orders of 223,634,000 feet.
Revised figures for the four preceding weeks
follow:
j

•
.

Week Ended

Nov.
Oct.

.

No. of
Mills

Production

(Feet)

{Feet)

{Feet)

493
493

233,720,000
231,386,000
235,783,000

267,949,000
237,431,000
266,605,000

504

257,440,000

238,352,000
262,434,000
285,063,000
285,740,000

Nov. 16, 1940
Nov.
9, 1940

485

2, 1940...
26, 1940

-

Orders Received

Shipments

298,814,000

Hides, Leather and Footwear

The First National Bank of Boston, in its "New England
Letter," under date of Nov. 29, discusses these markets as
follows:

"Shoe manufacturers

although operations

completing

are

are

good fall season,

a

still running below the rate of

a

Output for 1940 is expected to fall slightly below
400,000,000 pairs, or about 7% under the record level of
1939. Whereas the prospects of steadily rising raw material
prices was expected to promote an early opening of the
coming spring run, the rise in hide and leather prices was so
sharp in September and October that the incentive to for¬
ward buying has diminished.
Many buyers all through the
industry accordingly are content to mark time while draw¬
ing on accumulated inventories. In this situation new busi¬
year ago.

has

shoes

in

ness

confined

been

to

moderate

orders

in

a

few

specialty lines at steady to slightly higher prices.
Re¬
tail sales of footwear, meanwhile, have held up favorably
in relation to production, and aggregate stocks are relatively
The way therefore seems to be clear for a good spring
soon as the raw stock markets appear stabilized.

low.
run

as

"Sole

and

upper

leather tanners

are

busy on deliveries
New business is

against orders received early in the fall.

seasonally
whose

slow, but
level

advanced

in

only

are

substitutes.

slightly

"Hide

leather

the

at

tanners

Tanning operations in most
October peak, and the

a

sound position.

quotations in Chicago have declined one-half cent

cent

one

leather

per pound

during the between-seasons lull in

buying^ Unbranded steers have shown the greatest

decline due probably to

leather tanners.

the slower demand from specialty

The hide futures market has lost most of

its post-election rise, although
above the August low point.

rfBuenos

14*4c.

Calf

below the

industry in general is in
to

been maintained

have

October.

skin supply has been restricted because of the
reporting increased competition from less expensive

side leather and
lines

prices

reached

raw

war are

Aires

standard

steer

quotations still

are

50%

qrices have advanced

to

moderate sales to England.
This is the
best level since March and, after allowance for the 10%
tariff, is about 2c. above comparable domestic hides.
Such

a

per

pound

on

spread over import parity does not obtain

on

low-grade

foreign supplies which are being diverted here from their
normal European markets by the war."

The
firm

|
Grains
general undertone of domestic wheat markets

duripg the past month.

was

Prices moved upward and the

strength was again due

more to artificial factors than to
fundamental changes in the situation." The most significant

feature in the market has been the continued inclination of

producer^ either to hold back their wheat for higher prices
or

to

place it in the Government loan.

chology also played

13,611 tons in the week ended Nov. 9, and 18,965 tons in the

prospects

to

a

thej long-term

while,




common

amounted

shipments 3% greater, and new business 17% less than in
the preceding week.
Compared with the corresponding week
of 1939, production, shipments and new business showed
increases of 5%, 16% and 33%, respectively.
The industry
stood at 70% of the seasonal weekly average of 1929 pro¬

grades of zinc for the week ended Nov. 23 totaled 6,648
tons, as compared with 3;669 tons in the preceding week,
mon

23

operations of hardwood and softwood mills, lumber produc¬
tion during the week ended Nov. 23, 1940, was 7% less,

of

for about

Nov.

Lumber Movement

through the first

These

at time

ended

According to reports to the National Lumber Manufac¬
turers Association from regional associations covering the

Total sales are in such

quarter on most products within 30 days or less, and some
orders are

week

the

"Defense work is forming

Nov, 21 stated, in part:

ever-increasing proportion of total steel business, but on

Shipments of

grades of zinc
5,645 tons, as
against 5,935 tons in the previous week, 6,209 tons in the
week ended Nov. 9, and 4,611 tons in the week ended Nov. 2.
Unfilled orders for zinc totaled 124,990 tons at Nov. 23,
1940, and the quotation for that metal remained unchanged
at 7.64c., New York, and 7.25c., St. Louis.
Buying of tin
was in fair volume, and the quotation was lower, closing
on
Nov
30 at 50.20c., New York, as against 51.25c. on
Oct. 31.
The operating rate of the tin-plate industry rose
from 44% to about 50% of capacity during the month.
for

cated at interior structural steel

an

Nov. 2.

week ended

presen

a

are

Inflationary psy¬

part in the upward tendency.

Mean¬

statistical outlook for wheat continued
picture.
Supplies are plentiful and
that these will become larger at a later date.
bearish
,

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MONTHLY JREVIEW

Dec., 1940]

•Some day the wheat now under loan will enter the market,
although it is apparent that in view of the war substantial
emergency stocks in this country are welcome.
Of greater
long-term statistical importance, however, is the outlook for
the new crop.
The new winter wheat crop went into the
ground under favorable conditions, and the outlook for its
ultimate outcome has remained considerably improved as
compared with its position this time a year ago.
Much of
the belt has had good rains, and the favorable start of the
crop has been maintained.
Thus the chief factor from
which the market has derived strength has been the tight¬

Dealers showed

induced

by

Japanese activities in the Far East on the future supply of
rubber.
The improved United States consumption figures
for October

also served to support the market.

middle of the month

sizable reaction got

a

About the

under way, in

anticipation of the meeting of the International Rubber
Regulation Committee, which on Nov. 28 raised the export
quota for the first quarter of 1941 from 90% to 100%.
In
the closing
tone

days of the month

a

somewhat steadier under¬

developed, however, predicated

ening in "free supplies" as a result of the Government loan,

tainty

although the general price firmness in other commodity and
markets and a good demand for flour played a
part.
Loan holdings are around 260,000,000 bushels com¬
pared with a peak of 167,500,000 bushels in the preceding
season.
Including wheat resealed or owned by the Com¬

with the Far

securities

interest, and speculative buying was
nervousness over the influence of

more

recurrent

tions

of

on

the growing uncer¬
freight service

adequate

East, in view of the increasing

war

depreda¬

British shipping.

on

Ribbed

21c.

maintenance

the

over

sheets

smoked

30

Nov.

asked

for

against

spot delivery were quoted at
21c. Oct. 31; 19%c. asked

Sept. 30; 19%c. asked Aug. 31; 211/4c. asked July 31; 21%c.
31; 19 *4 c. asked April 30;
18%c. asked March 30; 18 9/16c. asked Feb. 29; 18%c.
asked Jan. 31;
19}4c. asked Dec. 29, and 20%c. asked

modity Credit Corporation and the Federal Crop Insurance

asked June 30; 2114c. asked May

Corporation, it is estimated in Some quarters that upwards
290,000,000 bushels are now being held off the market
and that this total will reach or exceed 300,000,000 bushels

Nov. 30.

of

before long.
the

In regard to inflation, it did not appear to be

eventuality, although it has its possibilities.
The assump¬
tion was that as the enormous sums to be spent for defense
purposes are
as

result

a

distributed, with the natural deficits occurring
this spending, the danger of inflation will

of

corn

The

textile

and oats moved

upward during the past

month, while rye, after scoring gains, developed an easier
undertone.
On Nov
12 the United States Department of

showed

trades

further improvement during
month, due in the main to the growing effects of
governmental purchases in connection with the national
defense program.
Retail trade early in the month had a
the past

somewhat

continue to increase

Prices for

Textiles

that inflation would be an immediate

general opinion

adverse

ing

spotty appearance, chiefly under the influence of

weather

the

outcome

conditions, and the uncertainty surround¬
of the general election.
Subsequently,

of Nov. 1 at 2,433,-

however, sales improved materially, with the better tone of
the security market, the advent of more seasonable
weather,

approximately 80,000,000 bushels over the
While the current crop will be almost

and the approach of the holiday buying season
forming
major factors in stimulating consumer demand.
Wholesale

200,000,000 bushels below last year's output, it is turning

bpsiness during the early part of the month continued to
substantial improvement as the fear of impending
delivery difficulties, due to the volume of Government
orders, caused merchants to anticipate forward needs in
growing measure.
Prices pursued a stiffening trend.
Dur¬
ing the second half of the month a seasonal slackening in

Agriculture estimated the

523,000 bushels,

or

estimate of Oct.

1.

corn crop as

out to be much

larger than expected earlier in the season.
This, factor, however, was offset by the Government loan
which continued to curtail "free" supplies.
In Chicago the

30 at 89% c. as
1. At Winnipeg the
30 at 72%c. as com¬
pared with an opening of 71%c. on Nov. 1. December corn
in Chicago dosed on Nov. 30 at 62V&C. as compared with an
opening, of 59%c. on Nov. 1.
December oats closed at 39*4c.
as compared with an opening at 34%c. on Nov. 1.
December
rye closed at 43%c. as compared with an opening of 44%c.
December

wheat

closed

option

Nov.

on

opening of 84%c. on Nov.
December wheat option closed on Nov.

against

^

Nov.

on

an

show

activities

noticeable

was

as the covering of immediate holi¬
by retail merchants gave indications of

day requirements

having

run

its course.

Raw cotton in November displayed

considerable strength during most of the period under re¬
view, although late in the month a mild reaction got under
way.
The chief strengthening factor was the revival of

inflationary sentiment following reports from Washington
that a huge increase in the Federal debt limit was deemed

1.
Sugar

Trading in the market for sugar "futures" was compara¬

to

necessary

finance

the

needs

of

the

defense

program.

tively quiet during the past month, and after ruling steady

The ensuing strong advance in the security and other com¬

during the early part prices subsequently eased.
The mar¬
did not appear to be perturbed by the inflationary
excitement noted in other commodity markets following

modity markets caused a wave of buying which carried
prices to the highest point seen in some time.
Other stimu¬
lating factors were the further substantial gain in domestic
cloth sales, the belief that the outcome of the election would

ket

the announcement during

Secretary of

the

the early part of the month that

Treasury Morgenthau would ask for

extension of the debt limit to
market

for

raws

maintained

$60,000,000,000
a

steady

tone,

or more.

an

The

while the

re¬

a continuance
of the Government farm policies, a
slight improvement in the volume of export shipments, and

assure

the advent of cold

weather

in parts of the

fined price level displayed a

with its damaging influence on

the

ties.

country.

The

hardening tendency throughout
all-important market factor, however,

continued to be the announcement
which is now

regarding the 1941 quota
expected to be made some time during Decem¬

ber.

the

It

was

belief

conservative

in

quarters

that

the

Sales of ware¬
house sugar by operators was said to be largely responsible
for the easier undertone during the latter part of the month.
Sales of Cuban raw sugars during the month consisted of
the following:
On Nov. 8 prompt shipment exclusive of
duty at 2.00c.; on Nov. 14, January shipment exclusive of
duty at 2.00c.; on Nov. 19 ex-store delivered at 2.90c., and on
figure would be held at minimum levels.

Nov.

price

22

ex-warehouse

for

delivered

immediate

refined,

2.85c.

at

delivery,

The
was

wholesale

quoted

at

Coffee

a further moderate increase in the current output had
little effect on the market.
A mild reversal in the price
trend

prevailed in the market for coffee "fu¬
tures." Sentiment during the month was more optimistic
owing to the quota system arrangements which were Hear¬
ing completion and the anticipated United States Govern¬
to countries

producing coffee.
Thq cof¬
fee quota agreement between the 14 Latin American coffee

producing countries and the United States, limiting exports
Nov. 28.
The agreement fixes the total amount of coffee to be shipped

of each of the producing countries, was signed on
into the United States for the next three years at

15,545,000
According to cable advices, drought and cold

weather have caused

severe

damage to the Brazilian crops

although the full effects could not be gauged before January.
No. 7 Santos was quoted Nov. 30 at 6V£c., against 6%c,
Oct. 31, the same as on Sept. 30, against 5%c.@6c. Aug. 30;
frAc. on July 31, June 29, May 31 and April 30; 6%c.
March 30; 6V&c.@6%c. Feb. 29: the same as on Jan. 31,
against 6^c.@6%c. Dec. 29, and 6%c.@6%c. Nov. 30.
No. 7 Bio was quoted on Nov. 30 at 5%c., against 5%c.
Oct. 31; 5c. Sept. 30; 5%c. Aug. 30; S^c. on July 31, June 29,
May 31 and April 30; 5%c. March 30; 5%c. Feb. 29; 5%c.
Jan. 31; 5%c. Dec. 29. and 5%c. Nov. 30.
Rubber

*

^

Crude rubber early in the period under review, and in
sympathy with the upward trend in other markets, showed
a
strong tone, and prices scored considerable advances.




however, caused during the latter part of

was

the

month when statements made by the

Secretary of Agricul¬
ture indicated the possibility of a change in the Government
loan program, in view of the steady accumulation of
crop
surpluses caused in part by the cutting off of major foreign
outlets due to
York

war

9.57c.

was

developments.

on

Spot cotton here in New

Nov.

advanced steadily to a

1.
From that point the price
high of 10.21c. Nov. 19.
The subse¬

quent mild reaction

left the quotation at 10.04c. Nov. 30.
Trading in the gray cloths markets expanded sharply during

the chief

A firm undertone

bags per year.

The release of the monthly official crop report show¬

ing

the first part of the month, with the impact of Government
purchases and the spread of inflationary sentiment forming

4.35c. throughout the month.

ment financial aid

Southern belt,
picking and ginning activi¬

slowed

stimulating factors.

down

somewhat,

early in the month
Pall

River

for

were

28-inch

Later in the period activities
although price advances scored
fully maintained.
Print cloths at

64x60's

advanced

on

Nov.

8

from

4%c. to 4^c., while the price of" 27-inch cloths 60x64's in¬
creased to 4%c. Nov. 8 from 4c.
Osnaburgs continued their
advance
of

the

month

from

Census
of

8%c. Oct. 31 to 8%c. Nov. 30.

The report
covering the
showed the highest United States con¬

Bureau,

October,

issued

Nov.

14

and

sumption of the staple on record, with the exception of that
attained in March, 1937.
The amount consumed in October
was
given as 770,702 bales of "lint and 112,362 bales of
linters, compared with 639,252 bales of lint and 94,395 bales
of linters in September, and 686,451 bales of lint and
98,706
bales of linters in October, 1939.
The woolen goods market continued to be chiefly influ¬
enced by additional huge Government purchases which re¬
sulted in carrying the backlog of unfilled orders to record
figures.
Further price advances and growing difficulties
for private users to obtain satisfactory deliveries were the

direct result of the accumulation of Government orders in

producers' hands.

Trading in women's wear fabrics, while

less animated than in the men's

wear

division, nevertheless

also made appreciable gains as the further improved indus¬

trial outlook served to stimulate consumer buying.

Japanese double extra 13-15 deniers were quoted Nov. 30
at

$2.52@$2.57 against

$2.58@$2.63

Oct. 31;

$2.55@$2.60

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$2.47@$2.51 Aug. 31; $2.53@$2.55 July 31; $2.65@
$2.72@$2.79 May 31; $2.58@$2.64 April 30;
$2.87@$2.90 March 30; $3.00@$3.05 Feb. 20; $3.10@$3.15
Jan. 31; $4.50@$4.55 Dec. 30, and $3.43&$3.48 Nov. 30.
In the case of the 20-22 deniers Japanese crack double
extra was quoted at $2.346£$2.39 Nov. 30 against $2.40@$2.45
Oct. 31; $2.38(a;$2.43 Sept. 30; $2.41@$2.45 Aug. 31; $2.44@
$2.40 July 31; $2.50@$2.5S June 30; $2.04@$2.81 May 31;
$2.53@$2.59 April 30; $2.S2@$2.85 March 30; $2.91@$2.96
Feb. 29; $3.03@$3.08 Jan. 31;
$4.43@$4.48 Dec. 30, and
Sept. 30;

$2.08 June 30;

Petroleum

The

and Its

Products

of the domestic petroleum

moves

industry to cooper¬

Administration in its defense program featured

ate with the

developments during November, with the American Petro¬
leum Institute's twenty-first annual convention in
Chicago

mainly to discussion of problems brought
the Nation's rearmament drive.
The industry's

being

devoted

about

by

pledge to cooperate to the fullest possible extent, to serve
not oniy the Government in its new needs but also the
industrial and consumer markets was backed wholeheartedly
by the oil men attending the convention.
Oil men who had become pessimistic concerning the loss

markets for domestic crude and refined prod¬
result of the broad theatre of war currently exist¬

of the export
ucts as a

of the civilized world were heartened

much

through

ing

by the prophecy of Dr. Robert E. Wilson, petroleum adviser
to the National Defense Advisory Commission, that next
spring would bring record demand for petroleum products
and his recommendation that the industry expand its refin¬

to properly prepare for

storage capacity

ing and

the rise

in demand.

admitting that petroleum demands for the national

While

"to date have been much less than enough
exports to the Continent of Europe,"

defense program

to offset the loss of our

emphasized the potential demand not only from the Army
and Navy, but from industry and "from men who have found
employment for the first time in years." Dr. Wilson further
predicted that "by this coming spring these increasing de¬
mands will, on the whole, offset our loss of exports, and
thereafter will increase steadily to a figure substantially
he

beyond any total requirements the industry has
Although it was admitted by Dr. Wilson that
of

oil

crude

normal

and

from

yet seen."
production

wells is adequate to meet all
demand^ he suggested a four-point

existing

defense

capacity for high-grade synthetic aviation
Existing capacity "is substantially less than
enough to meet present estimates of full war-time demand
after our plane-building program is complete," he said.
2. Continued growth of ordinary refineries "to keep pace
with the growth of peace-time consumption and keep the
customary reserve of around 20% of shutdown capacity
available for possible war-time expansion."
3. Increased storage facilities to guard against possible
Increased

gasoline fuel.

development of gasoline pipelines and
waterway transportation, particularly on the Eastern

Some

inland

stantially assisting in the program of defense."
The hundreds of oil men attending the convention alsoheard William R.

further

In addition to suggesting the four-point program

for the

He disclosed that the Defense Commis¬
Navy the accumulation on the
Eastern seaboard and at the new Atlantic naval bases of
expense.

sion had recommended to the

"substantial

reserves

of

oil."

fuel

Domestic

of

supplies

heavy fuel oil on the Eastern coast are not now adequate
to meet both naval and industrial demands if a major Atlan¬
tic

should

effort

naval

this

and

ill

was

Boyd Jr., Executive Vice-President of the
in place of A. J. Byles, 'President, who-

unable

deliver his

to

scheduled address.

connection

referring

"by any stretch of fact can it be proved by competent testi¬
in any court of justice" that the Institute has engaged

mony

illegal or collusive activity.
describing the Institute as an association for the pro¬
motion
of higher standards, improvement
of quality of
in

any

In

products, elimination of waste and service to the consuming
public, Mr. Boyd said he believed that it is scrupulously
observing all legal restrictions.
He explained further that

affairs the Institute does not maintain a lobby.

in legislative

"The Institute does not make any

recommendation or sug¬

gestion to any individual producer or refiner how much oil
he should produce or how much oil he should refine or
to any marketer about how much

store, nor
sell

or

to whom or how or at what price he

Department of Justice charged, in its suit asking the
been utilized by the

The

22 defendant

companies" as

an

instrumentality for promot¬

supervising and enforcing the various illegal policies
and practices set forth in the complaint.
The closing session of the convention in Chicago's Hotel
Stevens saw II. W. Prentiss Jr., President of the Arm¬
ing,

strong Cork Co. and of the.

National Association of Manu¬

facturers, deliver a strong plea for the immediate appoint¬
ment of an executive head to the National Defense Advisory
Commission.
Prentiss

i

In

ointed

the

need

for

Dr.

become

Wilson

necessary,

also

said

In

he reported.

that the

Government

patriotic members of the National Defense Ad¬
An execu¬
with real authority to coordinate the work of

tive

head

the Commission, to

red

ernment

tape,

enforce its decision, to cut through Gov¬
to

standardize specifications, and thus

possible the full benefit of mass production methods
should be appointed at once.
"So far as industry is concerned, what more can it do?
It has cheerfully

It

ment.

It has

pledged and given its support to Govern¬
a definite stand against profiteering.

taken

has

supplied its best administrators.

Despite the mouth-

ings of demagogues, American industry could not be drafted.
It had already volunteered.
Today with the defense emer¬
gency

industry asks from the Government a fair
the shabby deal of recent years; faith
of suspicion; active Government support and sym¬

upon

us

instead

deal

instead of demogogic criticism; statesmanship in¬
politics."
petroleum industry will be function¬

pathy
stead

of

of

"long before the Nation's new
fully organized" was made by William
R. Boyd Jr., Executive Vice-President of the A. P. I., on a

ing at war-time efficiency
defense program is
broadcast

symposium

on

"Industry and National Defense,"

closing

Institute

the twenty-first

network on Nov. 26.
"Mechanized war¬
has made gasoline and lubricants as important as guns,

Broadcasting Co.
fare

held:

"That

the

American

petroleum

industry

cooperation
with the program for national defense; point with pride
to the record of the petroleum industry during the first
World War; publicly record the fact that the petroleum
industry as presently constituted under a system of com¬
petitive enterprise, in addition to ordinary peace-time re¬
quirements, is amply able and willing to meet any demands
the

United

States

Government

may

make

on

it for

petroleum products for any and all needs for defense or

and desires to cooperate fully with all gov¬
agencies."

purposes,

ernmental

urging the strengthening of the Interstate Oil Com¬

pact group through expansion of its membership, the Insti¬
tute's resolution declared that "it approves the said Inter¬
state

Oil

Compact and the purposes for which it was cre¬

ated, and reaffirms its conviction that such compact should
he continued in existence through the necessary legislation
on

the

that

in

part

of both

addition

the compact,

to

State
the

and

Federal

States that

are

governments,
now

and

members

of

all other oil-producing States should be urged to

loin such compact; that we are convinced that if said Inter¬




which
"If par¬
fate, the

and the

present conflict may be won by those Powers

possess

the preponderance of petroleum," he

ticipation

in

mechanized
will

States

United

enter

warfare
the

said.

must be our
equipped with

conflict

the
petroleum and all

products and services.

"By expanding its facilities to keep ahead of

annual meeting the A.

should and does hereby pledge its wholehearted

National

originating in New York City over WJZ and the

its

supplies.

P. I.
passed resolutions pledging the support of the entire indus¬
try in the national defense program and also calling for
all oil-producing States to become members of the Interstate
Oil Compact group.
The defense resolution adopted by the

In

Mr.

visory Commission are now forced to function.

eries to increase fuel oil

war

action

such

"no private business enterprise
moment operating on the basis under
that

would consider for a
which

the

stressing

out

world's only adequate national supply of

which

oil he should
should sell it."

dissolution of the Institute, that it has

might build additional crude oil pipe lines to Eastern refin¬
In

Mr.

directly to the suit filed by the
Department of Justice on Sept. 30, charging that 22 major
oil companies and the Institute were guilty of violation of
the Sherman Anti-Trust Act, said he did not believe that
without

The forecast that the

industry to self-finance, Dr. Wilson outlined certain projects
which he contended ath Government should unlertake at
own

speak

Institute,

seaboard.

its

performed a useful service and is.

capable of greatly increased usefulness in effecting a wise
conservation of petroleum resources of the Nation, and sub¬

instead

interruption of supply.
4.

that said Commission has

make

expansion program for the industry, as follows:
1.

have not heretofore adhered thereto will eventually join and

Boyd,

$3.41®$3.43 Nov. 30.

Compact is continued in existence the States which

state Oil

requirements,

the American petroleum industry

cally has prepared to serve the Nation in war.

peace-time
automati¬
The indus¬

criticized 'genius for overbuilding' now may
be one of our greatest defense assets, for we
possess not only the world's largest petroleum reserves, but
an industry with a demonstrated ability to produce, refine,
much

try's

prove

to

transport, store, distribute and service more fuels, lubricants
and other essentials of modern warfare than all other na¬
tions combined.
to

This industdy already is prepared

not only

military demands, but civilian requirements to the
that no blackout of motor transportation need ever

meet

end

happen here.
"Bottlenecks, the bane of many industries, are

conspicuous

by their absence.
Limited expansion of refinery capacity
to augment the production of"super-fuels, already greater
than

planes can consume; adaptation of marine

transporta¬

pipeline mileage in some strate¬
gic areas and construction and relocation of some storage
facilities to increase capacity and security constitute about
all the military experts find necessary for the full prepared¬
ness of this industry.
The petroleum industry will be oper¬
ating at war-time efficiency long before the Nation's new
tion facilities; extension of

is fully organized.
Freedom to operate
industry under, the traditional competitive
system of enterprise constitutes in itself an assurance of an
adequate supply of petroleum and its products."

defense

the

program

petroleum

made several moves
the State during Novem¬
the month when minority
member E. O. Thompson sought to brirfg about sharply
lower production through removal of many fields from the
"exemption list," which permitted them to ignore the nineday shutdown regulations.
This was defeated by Chairman
Don Smith and Commissioner Sadler.
A week or so later
Chairman Smith pushed through new regulations altering
the November base which pared the allowable beiow the
suggested level of the Bureau yf Mines.
On Nov. 26, how¬
ever, the Commission issued a 60-day shutdown order, effec¬
tive Dec. 1, setting the daiiy allowable at 1,816,657 barrels,
which is 40,000 barrels above the December market esti¬
mate of the Federal agency.
Oklahoma continued December
output unchanged at 390,000 barrels.
A bitter attack upon the Michigan oil conservation laws,
which were enacted in early 1938, was launched in the finai
week of November by the newly-organized Oil Institute of
Michigan.
Since the Board of Directors includes the presi¬
dents of the four leading independent refiners in the State,
the new group seems likely to exert a powerful influence
upon future
developments in the Michigan oil industry.
In a pamphlet which demands the rex3eal of the oil laws
by the 1941 Legislature, the group declared: "Three years
ago a pressure group brought about enactment of legisla¬
tion that made possible the enforced restriction of crude oil
production in Michigan, and as a result an acute, arti¬
ficially-created shortage of crude supply lias developed
that will work a severe hardship on the refiners of Michi¬
gan crude oil and cause losses running into hundreds of
thousands of dollars before new drilling can bring produc¬
Railroad

Texas

The

Commission

affecting proration schedules for
ber.
The first move came early in

again."

back to normal

tion

The

its

December

which

Nation

placed
oil

crude

of

tion

Bureau

States

United

released

at

of Mines

demand

market

late in the month
estimate for the

daily average recommended produc¬
3,560,000 barrels.
This figure was

and 10,000 barrels
comparable month
last year.
No change in the export picture was seen by the
Federal agency, which placed December offshore shipments
at
3,900,000 barrels, unchanged from November.
Daily
average crude oil production for the week ended Nov. 23
(latest
available montli-end figures.—Ed. note)
showed
3,765,000 barrels, up 85,000 barrels from the 3,640,000-barrel
10,000 barrels above the December total
in excess of actual production during the

26.
rising tide of industrial consuinption of lubricants,

figure reported for Oct.
The

spurred by the defense program expansion of manufacturing
activities, brought the wear's first markup in prices of
Pennsylvania grade crude oil on Nov. 12 when the Joseph
Seep

Purchasing Agency of the South Penn Oil Co. an¬
qf 15c. a barrel, effective immediately.
market thus far this year has suffered three price
of 25c. each —in May, June and July—as overproduction

nounced an increase

The
cuts

postings into lower price territory.

sent the

Under the new

price schedule, which recovered 33%% of the year's losses,
Brad ford-Allegany moved up to $2 with corresponding ad¬
other

in

vances

There was no change in Corning

grades.

grade crude oil.
There

were

no

outstanding developments in the Mexican

The temporary "truce" was
that President-elect
General Manuel Avila Camaelio will adopt a more friendly
attitude to the American and British oil companies involved
in the half-billion dollar expropriation seizure of their Mexi¬
situation

during

the

month.

attributable to widely circulated reports

can

properties in early 1938.
been

has

inducted

Until Mexico's new President

office and had

into

a

chance to make

policy, the American oil companies had called a
temporary halt in their fight against the Mexican Adminis¬
tration for either return of their properties or payment of a
his

known

"fair"

expropriation price.
price changes

during

Pennsylvania

grade

November

follow:
12—South

Nov.

Penn

Oil

advanced

crude oil

loc.

barrel.

Outstanding development in the refined products division
of the American

petroleum industry during November was

spectacular rise in tanker rates for movements of gaso¬
line and fuel oil from the Gulf Coast to the Eastern Sea¬
the

which

board

sent

prices

up

as

much as 200% within the

past month.
At month-end the market eased off a bit from
its high, due to the release of some tankers by the United
States Government.

Fuel
at

oils,

which normally move into higher price levels

this time of the year,' due to

seasonal expansion of con¬

sumption, were bolstered by the sharp rise in tanker rates
and showed immediate reaction to the combination of bullish
factors

by advancing on a

broad price scale in the major

marketing areas of the Nation.
Further advances in prices
are seen for the near future as the continued rise in indus¬
trial

activity spurs the market, already gaining momentum

from the

The

spurt in home heating demand..
market demand estimate for gasoline in

December

the domestic

field, issued by the Bureau of Mines, set indi¬

cated demand at
over

actual

46,400,000 barrels, which is

market demand in the final

a

year

gain of 6%
of 1939 and

almost certain proof that 1940 will see gasoline disappear¬
ance set a new high for the third consecutive year.
Export
demand was set at 1,800,000 barrels, 100,000 better than in
November but less than half that




motor fuel gasoline showed a contramonth, easing off about 800,000

Stocks of

period.

seasonal decline during the

the Oct. 26-Nov. 23 period.
Representative price changes, showing the trend of the
Nation's refined product markets during November, follow:
Nov.
4—Socony-Vacuum lifted No. 2 heating oil prices 0.4c. a gallon
barrels during

in

the

Metropolitan

0.2c.

New

New York area.

7—Soconv-Vacuuin

Nov.

of'the

comparable 1939

lifted

kerosene

and

No.

2

heating oil

and New England.
of Nov. 6.

in upper New York State

gallon

a

prices

Some of the

England points were advanced as
27—Soeony-Vacuum
lifted Mobilheat

Nov.

gallon

in

delivery
western

New

and kerosene 2/10c. a
harbor, and 4/10c. a gallon by all methods of
New York and New England with the exception of

York

throughout
York.

New

FINANCING

NOVEMBER

OF THE UNITED STATES

TREASURY

finance November was an important month
in a number of ways. It saw the prices of Treasury bonds rise
vigorously to the best levels ever reached. It saw the Treasury
make first use of the authority given it in the first revenue
Act of 1940 to issue National defense obligations. It saw the
For Treasury

Treasury issue a call for redemption of $545,000,000 of
3^% bonds.
Finally, it saw Se retary of the Treasury
Henry Morgenthau Jr. give notice that a $15,000,000,000
to $20,000,000,000 increase in the debt limit would soon be

sought of Congress and that the Treasury would definitely
undertake a financing operation in December.
The declaration by Mr. Morgenthau in favor of an increase
in the debt limit came on

Nov. 7, and on the same day he

Congress would be asked to make all
future issues of Federal, State and local securities subject to
taxes.
The connection between the advocacy by Secretary
said

the

that

next

Morgenthau of termination of tax exemption on government
securities and the brisk upturn in pricey of outstanding issues
was

There

direct.

evidence that

was

some

buyers had

stayed out of the market until after election day.
If Mr.
Willkie should be elected, the theory went, it might be pos¬
sible

to

modification of the Administration's
policy, in which eventuality govern¬
prices would decline somewhat. But when Mr.

expect some

aggressively
ment bond

Roosevelt

easy money

was

chosen by the voters, part of this pentup

buying power was

Nov. 6, the day after election.

in

no

securities.

on

released, and still more buying power

on Nov. 7 after Mr. Morgenthau came out
tax preferences for future issues of government

generated,
favor of

released

of it was

The rest

The rise in Treasury

bond prices in November of

slightly more than two points to the highest levels on record
was reflected in a drop in the average yield on Treasury bonds
not callable within 12 years to 2.05% from 2.19% at the end
of October.

Treasury note

yields declined from 0.40% on

the end of November.
The disclosure by Secretary Morgenthau that he would

Oct. 31 to 0.34% at

ask Congress to raise the statutory debt
000,000 or $65,000,000,000 to take care

limit to $60,000,of defense needs
through the end of the 1942 fiscal year did not affect ad¬
versely the prices of outstanding issues. The inference that

could be drawn from the

election results that excess reserves
substantial figure meant that

would be maintained at a very

of the banking system to absorb very large
government securities would be undiminished.
Mr. Morgenthau announced on Nov. 7 that the weekly
discount bill offerings would now be designated as National
Defense Series.
This type of obligation, the law provides,

the

ability

amounts of

be issued to provide the Treasury with funds to meet
expenditures made, after June 30, 1940, for the National
defense or to reimburse the general fund of the Treasury
therefor. Between July 1 and Oct. 31 expenditures from the

may
any

general fund for National defense purposes, the Treasury
said, aggregated approximately $883,000,000. The proceeds
of the National Defense Series discount bills would be
used to reimburse the general fund, in part, for such ex¬

It should be noted that the National Defense
existing statutory debt limit of $45,000,000,000, and as the regular issues of Treasury bills are retired
and replaced by these new bill issues the margin of borrowing
under the $45,000,000,000 debt limit is increased by equal
amounts.
The accepted bids for the regular bill issue dated
Nov. 6 were awarded at an average price fractionally under —
par, and the three issues awarded then under the National
Defense Series were on the basis of 0.003%, 0.003% and
0.004%,-respectively.
Secretary of the Treasury Morgenthau announced on
Nov.
14 that all outstanding 3<%% Treasury bonds of
1941-43 were called for redemption on March i5, 1941.
Dated March 16, 1931, these bonds are outstanding in the
approximate amount of $545,000,000. The formal notice of
call said that holders of these bonds might, in advance of the
redemption date, be offered the privilege of exchanging all or
part of their called bonds for other government securities.
On Nov. 28, Mr. Morgenthau announced at a press con¬
ference that there definitely would be December financing.
The Treasury will have to care on March 15 for $676,707,600
of 1 lA% notes and for the $544,870,050 of 3%% bonds called
for redemption, and in the past it has been the Treasury's
habit to anticipate maturities by three months.
From the
fact that the Treasury's working balance, in the last week of
November, fell below the $1,000,000,000 level for the first
time in recent years and the fact that Treasury calls on
depositaries became necessary to keep the Treasury's balance
in the Federal Reserve banks from being wiped out, it
appeared that the Treasury might attempt in December to
penditures.

Series is outside the

posted

Representative

a

11

MONTHLY EEYIEW

Dec., 1940]

raise

new money.

MONTHLY REVIEW

12

Another development in November of possibly great
importance in government finance was the announcement by
President Roosevelt at his semi-weekly press conference on
Nov. 26 that the annual budget to be submitted to the new
Congress early in 1941 would provide for cutting to the bone
all non-defense expenditures.
He said that, specifically, he
would ask Congress to hold to a minimum all expenditures
for public highways, river and harbor improvements, pur¬
chases of land for National forests and other peace-time
projects. He said that non-defense items for highways, rivers,
harbors, &c., authorized by past Congresses would not be
abandoned permanently, but would be shelved until the
national emergency had passed.
The details of Treasury bills sold on a discount basis
are given in the following tables:
,
.

Amount of

Bills

Offered

Doled

Mature

30 1940
7 1940

Feb.

Feb.

13 1941

Nov. 20 1940

Feb.

19 1941

Nov. 22 1940

Nov. 27 1940

Feb.

26 1941

Nov. 29 1940

Dec.

Nov.

6 1940

Nov.

4 1940

Mar.

91 days

92 days

Subscrip¬

Amount

Accepted

Price

$236,436,000
285,555,000
280,833,000
298,636,000
374,375,000

$100,136,000
100,411,000
100,302,000
101,256,000
100,968,000

Maturing

Average

tions

30 1940

Oct.
Nov.

7 1940

Nov. 15 1940
Nov. 22 1940
Nov. 29 1940

6 The accepted bids were tendered at prices

Yield

699.999+ 60.001%
99.999 +

99.999
99.999

99.999

0.003%
0.003%
0.004%
0.002%

Issue of—

$100,372,000
100,071,000
100,166,000
100,026,000
100,100,000

ranging from slightly above par down

to 99.999.

Mutual

Total financing in the domestic market

for November fell

The only apparent reason for

this somewhat

precipitate decline in public offerings may be
flotations the previ¬
ous month by some issuers to complete their financing before
the national election on Nov. 5.
The $140,000,000 issue of
attributed to the speeding up of security

American Telephone & Telegraph
substantial

a

portion

available records

placement

ever

on

Life

,\

Commission.

1,500,000 Fontana Union Water Co.-—Dean Witter & Co. and Blyth
& Co., Inc., on Nov. 13 announced the completion of the
sale of $1,500,000 1st
mtge. & collateral trust 4% bonds.
The bonds consisted of $648,000 maturing serially 1941-1950,
and $852,000 maturing Nov. 1, 1960.
"Hie issue was offered
at

y!

corporation.
This also
& Telegraph Co.'s first such

below the principal issues to

come upon the
with issues privately placed
and financing in the form of bank loans:

prices ranging from 100 and int. to 104.98 and int. accord¬
ing to maturity,
Proceeds will be used to retire on Jan. 1, next, the present
outstanding 6% bonds of the company and for loans to
Fontana Power Co. and Fontana Domestic Water Co.,
sufficient in amount to retire the 6% bonds of those organiza¬

tions.

1,219,200 Danbury & Bethel Gas & Electric Light Co.—A simultan¬
eous offering of mortgage bonds, preferred stock and common
stock of the company was made Nov. 19 by an
underwriting
group headed
by The First Boston Corp. and including
Putnam & Co. and Chas. W. Scranton & Co.
The offering
consisted in part of $720,000 gen. mtge.

3% bonds due Nov.
1970, priced at 103 and int., and 9,600 shares of 4M%
prer. stock (par $50)
offered at $52 per share.
Net
proceeds from the bonds and pref. stock are to be used mainly
for the early redemption of $600,000 of 6% series A mtge.
gold bonds, due Aug. 1, 1948, and $400,000 of 7% cum. pref.
stock of the company.
In addition, the financing involved
the offering of 144,000 shares of common stock of the Company
at $17.50 per share, representing the complete liquidation of
common stock holdings of the company by its present parent.
Cities Service Power & Light Co.
The latter corporation or
affiliates have since 1913 held the entire common stibek of
the Danbury company.
Upon completion of this financing
all members of the board of directors of the company will
1,

cum.

RAILROAD

FINANCING

$10,000,000 Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe Ry.—A banking group
headed by Harriman Ripley & Co., Inc., Nov. 26 won the
award of $10,000,000 series D 1M% serial equipment trust
certificates, maturing $1,000,000 each Dec. 5, 1941-50, in
elusive, on a bid of 100.5437.
The certificates were im¬
mediately reoffered at prices ranging from 97.69 to 102.45,
to yield from 0.20 to 1.50%; according to maturity.
Other
members of the banking group were: Blyth & Co., Inc.;
Drexel & Co., Goldman, Sachs & Co.; Alex. Brown & Sons;
R. L. Day & Co., and Washburn Co.
4,750,000 Baltimore & Ohio RR.—A group headed by The First
Boston Corp. and including F. S. Moseley & Co.; Kean,
Taylor & Co., and R. W. Pressprich & Co., were the successful
bidders Nov. 13 for an issue of $4,750,000 5H% equipment
trust certificates, series K, on a bid of 100.155.
The cer¬
tificates were reoffered at prices to yield from 0.25% to 1.85%,
according to maturity.

—

4,368,000 Terminal RR. Association of St. Louis—-Halsey, Stuart &
Co., Inc., and Otis & Co., Inc., placed Nov. 13 on the market
$4,368,000 of 3 %% bonds due in 1974 at 105, to yield about
3Y»%.
The bonds were the unsold portion of an issue of $7,000,000
originally purchased by the bankers and reoffered to the
public in August, 1939.
[The issue was the cause of a controversy whether it should
be sold through traditional
banking connections or by competi¬
tive bidding.
Advocates of the latter procedure prevailed.]
3,900,000 Dayton Union Ry.—Morgan Stanley & Co., Inc., and
Kuhn, Lobe & Co. on Nov. 29 offered $3,900,000 gen. mtge.
bonds, consisting of $1,500,000 series A offered at 100 and
int. for all maturities and $2,400,000 series B 3 Ms offered at
and interest.
The former issue matures $150,000 each
Die. 1, 1941-1950, incl., and the latter issue on Dec. 1, 1965.
J00.000 Erie RR.—Offering was made Nov. 20 of $3,000,000 equip¬
ment trust l%% serial equipment trust certificates due
$150,000 aach June 1 and Dec. 1 from 1941 to 1950, incl.,
by a group headed by Mellon Securities Corp. and including
Lazard Freres & Co.; Kidder, Peabody & Co., and E. W.
Clark & Co.
The certificates were priced to
yield from
0.20% to 1.95%, according to maturity.
1,550,000 Wheeling & Lake Erie Ry.—Mellon Securities Corp.;
Lazard Freres & Co.; Kidder, Peabody & Co., and E. W.
Clark & Co. were awarded on Nov. 7 an issue of $1,550,000
1% serial equipment trust certificates on a bid of 98.87
(an interest cost basis of 1.23%).
The certificates were re¬
offered immediately at prices to yield from
0.20% to 1.55%,
according to maturity, and were quickly sold.
This is a
record low rate for an equipment trust
issue, the previous
record low having been established a few weeks
ago with the
sale of the Duluth Missabe &
trust certificates.

Iron

Range 1M% equipment

1,329,000 Fort Street Union Depot Co., Detroit—Morgan Stanley &
Co., Inc., on Nov. 27 offered at 100 and interest $1,329,000
1st mtge. 3M% bonds dated Dec. 1,
1940, and due Dec. 1,
1965.

640,000 Lehigh & New England RR.—An issue of $640,000 114%
equip, trust ctfs., series L, was awarded Nov. 25 to Evans,
Stillman & Co., New York, on a bid of 103.688.
The cer¬
tificates have been placed privately and become due
$64.000
annually from Dec. 15, 1941 to Dec. 15, 1950, inclusive.
PUBLIC UTILITY FINANCING

$2,950,000 Michigan Associated ""Tctephone Co.—Company on Nov.
26 sold to nine insurance companies $2,950,000
3M bonds
due 1970 at 104.92, retiring $2,800,000
4% bonds due 1968
at 105, and providing $150,000 of new
money; the former
Michigan bonds were held by the public.
Company is a
subsidiary of General Telephone Corp.




$1,000,000; Provident Mutual

1,770,000 Ohio Associated Telephone Co.—Company on Nov. 26
sold to four insurance companies $1,770,000 3H%
bond
due 1970 at 106 to retire an equal amount of 4M%
bond
due 1966 at a call price of 107M. the former bonds
having
been held by the public. Company is a subsidiary of Genera
Telephone Corp.

private placement.

We present

Co.,

3,900,000 Montana-Dakota Utilities Co.—The company, through
Blyth & Co., Inc., as agent, has sold privately at par and
int. $3,9OO,O0O 10-year serial notes to Equitable Life Assur¬
ance Society of the U. S.; Northwestern Mutual Life Insur¬
ance Co., National City Bank of New York, Northwestern
National Bank & Trust Co., Minneapolis; and the Marshall
& Ilsley Bank, Milwaukee.
The notes bear interest rates
ranging from 1M% to 3M%» according to maturity.
Notes
mature $390,000 per annum, March 15, 1941-1950, inclusive
Proceeds will be used to retire company's $1,812,000 4M%
convertible debentures and $2,l0O,OOO 4M% serial promissory
notes.
The issue has been approved by the Federal Power

any

market in November, together

Insurance

headed an
underwriting group that offered 14(5,591 shares of
5M% cum. pref. stock ($100 par) at $107.50 per share,
subject to an exchange offer by the company to present
holders of all outstanding 6M% and 6% cum. pref. shares.
Other member
ing g oup included: Glore, Forgan
& Co.; Stone & Webster and Blodget, Inc.; Blyth & Co., Inc.;
Harriman Ripley & Co., Inc.; Lazard Freres & Co.; A. O.
Allyn & Co., Inc.; Blair ac Co., Inc.; Bonbright & Co., Inc.;
Hallgarten & Co.; Hemphill, Noyes & Co.; Kidder, Peabody
& Co.; and Lee Higginson Corp.

Co. debentures comprised

In the past the company and its sub¬
sidiaries have done their financing through regular invest¬
ment banking channels with wide distribution.

Life

Insurance

14,059,100 Indianapolis Power & Light Co.—Lehman Brothers; Gold¬
man, Sachs & Co., and The First Boston Corp. on Nov. 25

hand this is the largest single private

negotiated by

The face amount of

Co., $4,000,000; Prudential Life Insurance
$50,000,000;
Sun
Life Assurance Co.,
$7,500,000
Travelers Insurance Co., $10,000,000; Union Central Life
Insurance Co., $3,000,000.
This financing is to provide new capital for plant expansion
and was undertaken sooner than had been expected because
of the increased construction program of the Bell System
over that previously anticipated.

of the month's financing, and from

marks the American Telephone

on

Co.,

NEW SECURITY ISSUES IN NOVEMBER

far below October's volume.

Co.—Company

Insurance Co., $4,000,000; Mutual Benefit Life Insurance
Co. (N. J.), $8,OOG,0o0; New England Mutual Life Insurance
Co., $5,000,000; New York Life insurance Co., $30,000,000;
Penn
Mutual
Life
Insurance
Co.,
$7,500,000; Phoenix

To Redeem

Bills

Offered

Telegraph

The cost of the money is 2.8% per year.

91 days

5 1941

&

the debentures sold to each of the insurance companies is as
follows: Aetna Life Insurance Co., $5,000,000; Connecticut
Genera] Life Insurance Co., $2,000,000; Connecticut Mutual
Life Insurance Co., $3,000,000; Massachusetts Mutual Life

tions

$100,000,000 $236,436,000
100,000,000 285,555,000
100,000,000 280,833,000
91 days
100,000,000 298,636,000
91 days
100,000,000 374.375,000

5 1941

Nov. 13 1940

Nov. 15 1940

Oct.

Telephone

Nov. 27 announced that it had sold direct to 14 insurance
companies $140,000,000 of 2%% 30-year debentures at 98M.

Subscrip¬

Offering

Bills

$140,000,000 American

,

be residents of Connecticut.

1,000,000 Upstate Telephone Corp. of N. Y.—Corporation on Nov.
26 soJd to one insurance company $1,000,000 3M% bonds
due 1970 at 106 M to retire an equal amount of 4% bonds
due 1963, at a call price of 105, which had been held by two
insurance companies. The company is a subsidiary of General
Telephone Corp.
INDUSTRIAL AND

MISCELLANEOUS FINANCING

$7,500,000 Revere
group

Copper & Brass, Inc.—An underwriting group
headeid by Blyth & Co., Inc., on Nov. 15 offered $7,-

500,000 1st mtge. 3M% sinking fund bonds due Nov. 15,
1960, at 102M and accrued interest.
Other members of the

g'oup including Smith, Barney & Co.; Harriman Ripley &

o., Inc.; Kidder, Peabody & Co.; Hayden, Stone & Co.,
and Hemphill, Noyes & Co.
6,300,000 McCrory Stores Corp.—Financing in the form of a public
offering of 60.000 shares of 5% cumulative preferred stock,
with common stock purchased warrants for anaggregate of
150,000 shares of common, was carried out Nov. 14 on behalf
or
the corporation by an underwriting
group headed by
Merrill Lynch, E. A. Pierce & Cassatt, Kidder,
Peabody &
CO. and Goldman, Sachs & Co.
The offering consisted of
units of one share of the new preferred stock ($100
par) and
a
warrant calling for the right to purchase 2M shares of
common stock.
The offering, which was subject to authoiizaof the stock by the stockholders and to the purchase of all
or any part of such shares
by the common stockholders, was
priced at $105 per unit.

5,000,000 Atlantic

%
'»

r.

Co.,

Atlanta,

Ga.—Financing to the extent of

$5,000,000 was undertaken Nov. 19 with the offering of $3,000,000 1st mtge. 5% sinking fund bonds due Dec. 1, 1952,
and $2,000,000 1st mtge. 3% serial bonds, due $400,000
annually Dec. 1, 1941, to Dec. 1,1945, by a syndicate head
by A. C. Allyn & Co., Inc., and including Courts & Co.;
The Equitable Co.; R. S. Dickson &
Co.; Equitable Securities
Corp., and Robinson-Humphrey
offered at par and interest.

Co.

Both

issues

were

2,999,985 Vanadium Corp. of America—It was announced Nov. 28
that Air Reduction
Co., Inc., has agreed to purchase from the
corporation for investment, subject to agreements on details
and approval of
counsel, $2,000,000 10-year *2M% conv.
debentures at par and 28,571 shares of the authorized but
unissued common stock (no par) at $35 a share.
With the
money received from the sale or these securities, Vanadium
will pay off its existing $2,375,000 bank loans and
enlarge
and improve its
manufacturing facilities.
2,070,000 Westvaco Chlorine Products Corp.—F. Eberstadt & Co.,
Inc., headed an underwriting group which on Nov. 4
publicly
offered
(less

an

60,000

shares

of

$4.50 cumulative preferred stock
shares issued in exchange for

aggregate of 39,300

°}d 5% preferred and withheld by reason of conversion of such

old preferred shares into common stock).
The stock, priced
at
$100
a
share and accrued dividends, has been over¬
subscribed.
Others in the offering group included Eastman,

Dillon & Co. and Lee
Higginson Corp.
1.750,000 Sisters of St. Mary, St. Louis, Mo.—Dempsey-Tegeler &
Co., St. Louis, offered $1,750,000 1st ref. mtge. serial bonds,
due serially (M-N) from
May 1, 1941, to Nov. 1, 1955.

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MONTHLY EEVIEW

Dec., 1940]

51,750,000 (L. C.) Smith & Corona Typewriters, Inc.—Offering was
made Nov. 26 of $1,750,000 2% and 3% 10-year serial de¬
bentures by an underwriting group headed by F. S. Moseley
& Co. and including Riter & Co.; Hemphill, Noyes & Co.;
White, Weld & Co.; Coffin & Burr, Inc., and Brown & Co.
The debentures, priced to yield approximately 0.75% to 3%
to maturity, have been sold.
The debentures become due
serially Nov. 1, 1941-50.

$3,000,000 South Carolina (State of) highway certificates of indebted¬
ness sold to Chemical Bank & Trust Co., New York, and
associates, as 1Mb, at 100.195, a basis of about 1.47.
Due
serially from 1942 to 1951 incl.
2,000,000 Mississippi (State of) highway bonds, comprising $1,740,000
2Mb, due semi-annuaily from Aug. 1, 1961 to Feb. 1, 1963,
and $260,000 2Mb, due Feb. 1, 1963, awarded to R. W.
Pressprieh & Co. of New York and associates, at 100.01, a
net cost of about 2.72%.
The 2Mb were reoffered at a price
of 101.50 and the 2 Mb at 99.50.

$630,000 De Paul Hospital, St. Louis, Mo.—Dempsey-Tegeler & Co.,
St. Louis, are offering $630,000 1st & ref. mtge. bonds due
quarterly, Feb. 1, 1941 to Nov. 1,1947.
Maturities from Feb. 1, 1941 through Nov. 1, 1942, bear

2% interest from Nov. 1, 1940.
Maturities from Feb. 1, 1943 through Nov. 1, 1945 bear
2H% interest from Nov. 1, 1940.
Maturities from Feb. 1, 1946 through Nov. 1, 1947 bear
2 M % interest from Nov. 1, 1940.
<

_

1,721,500 Volusia County, Fla., special tax school districts refunding
bonds were sold to R. E. Crummer & Co. of Miami, at a price
of 99.
These bonds had previously been offered without

.

„

(State of) bridge revenue refunding bonds
awarded to a group headed by Harris, Hall & Co., Chicago,
as Is and 1Mb, at prices of 100.02 and 100.13.
Offering con¬

1,450,000 Kentucky

540,000 Buck Hill Falls Co.—E. H. Rollins & Sons, Inc., Philar
delphia recently offered (to residents of Pennsylvania only)
$540,000 1st mtge. serial 4% bonds.
Dated Oct. 1, 1940;
due $36,000 each Oct. 1. 1941-1955, both inclusive.
s

Purpose—Proceeds

will

be used

to retire at

sisted of $720,000 project No. 2 bonds and $730,000 project
No. 13 bonds.

102 H the

1,250,000 West Virginia (State of) bridge bonds awarded to a group

$598,000 1st mtge. 6% bonds due 1959.

headed

402.500 La Salle Industrial Finance Corp.—Heinzelmann, Ripley
& Co., Inc., New York, and Floyd D. Cerf, Chicago, on
Nov. 25 offered 35,000 shares of class A stock and 35,000
shares of common stock in units priced at $11.50 each, the
units consisting of one share of class
share of common ($1 par).

A stock ($2 par) and one

by Young, Moore & Co. of Charleston, and associates,

100.005, a net interest cost of about 1.07%, as follows;
$625,000 1 Mb, due 1942-1945 incl., and $625,000 Is, due from
1945 to 1947 incl.
Callable on and after Jan. 1, 1944 at a

at

475,000 Superior Tool & Die Co., Detroit, Mich.—Baker, Simonds
& Co., Detroit, and Robinson, Miller & Co., Inc., New York
on Nov. 13 offered at $2.375 a share, 200,900 shares of common
stock of $1 par value, a share.

438,222 Chefford Master Mfg. Co., Inc., Fairfield, 111.—Public
financing on behalf of the company was announced Nov. 14
with the public offering by Duryea & Co., New York, of
82,625 shares ($4 par) common stock and 16,110 warrants to
purchase common stock.
The common stock was priced at
$6 per share, while the warrants were offered at 20 cents each.
Of the common stock offered, 72,500 shares were sold for the
account of the company.
The remainder were sold for the
account of the underwriters and certain stockholders only
after the sale for the company was completed.

Sept. 19 last.

success on

1,500,000 Cincinnati, Ohio, 2M % flood protection bonds were sold to
r
the Treasury Investment Board of the city.

price of 101.
Reoffered
according to maturity.

yield from

to

0.25%

CHANGES IN NOVEMBER

DIVIDEND

Dividend
favorable

sections,

The

nature.

November

in

declarations

following

divided

Changes"

"Favorable

namely

largely

were

list,

of

into

a

two

"Unfavorable

and

Changes," gives the more important of the changes:

*

FAVORABLE CHANGES

304,500 Standard
Aircraft
Products,
Inc.—Announcement of
public financing of the company was made by Hill, Thompson
& Co., Inc., New York. Nov. 12 with the offering of 40,000
units of preferred and common stock and 25,000 separate
shares of its common stock. The units, consisting of one share
of cumulative convertible preferred stock ($7.50 par) and
M share of common stock (10c. par), were priced to the
public at $7.55.
300,000 Equitable Credit Corp., Albany, N. Y.—Bean Brothers &
Co., Inc., Albany, N. Y., recently offered at 100 and interest,
$300,000 6% debentures.
The offer is limited solely to re¬
sidents of New York State.
The debentures become due
Jan. 1, 1960.
300,000 Lutheran Deaconess Home and Hospital of Chicago—
An issue of $300,000 4%
1st ref. mtge. serial bonds was
offered at 101 and int. by B. O. Ziegler & Co. of West Bend,
Wis.
The bonds are due serially April 1,1941 to April I,1953.
300,000 Ramsey Accessories Manufacturing Corp., St. Louis—■
G. H. Walker & Co.,
Francis, Bro. & Co. and Stix & Co.
have sold at par ($20) 15,000 shares of 6% cum. pref. stock.
Offering was confined to residents of the State of Missouri.

227,000 St. Joseph's Hospital, Alton, 111.—Dempsey-Tegeler & Co.»
St. Louis, offered $227,000 1st mtge. real estate bonds matur¬
ing annually May 15, 1941 through May 15, 1947.

195,000 Sisters of Divine Providence (St. Elizabeth Hospital),
Granite City, 111.—Dempsey-Tegeler & Co., St. Louis, of¬
fered $195,000 1st and ref. mtge. serial bonds maturing semi¬
annually Oct. 1, 1941 through Oct. 1, 1952.
113,000 St. George's Roman Catholic Church, St. Louis, Mo.—
Dempsey-Tegeler & Co., St. Louis, offered $113,000 1st and
ref. mtge. serial real estate bonds of Joseph A. Siebert Pastor.
The bonds become due annually Oct. 15,1941 through Oct. 15,
,

1950.

Abbott Laboratories—Extra dividend of 25c.

regular quarterly dividend of 40c.
payable Dec. 23.
Aero
a

a

share

share in addition to the

a

on

the common stock, both

*

Supply Mfg. Co.—Dividend on the class B stock increased from 25c.

share to 30c.

a

share, payable Dec. 23.

Agricultural Insurance Co.—Extra dividend of 25c. a share in addition
to a regular quarterly dividend of 75c. a share on the common stock,
both

payable Jan. 2.

Alabama Great Northern RR.—Dividends of $6
and

on

a share on the ordinary
both payable Dec. 23. This compares with
with $3 paid on June 28, last, and $5 on Dec. 23, 1939.

the preferred stocks,

compares

Alpha Portland Cement Co.—Dividend of 75c.

a share on the common
Previously regular quarterly dividends of 25c.

stock, payable Dec. 21.
a

share

were

distributed.

Aluminum Co. of America—Dividend of $3 on the company's common
stock, payable Dec. 12.
This compares with $1 paid on Sept. 10, June
11 and

on

April 15, last.

American Cyanamid Co.—Special dividend of $1.50 a share on the class
A and class B common stock, payable Dec. 20 in shares of the company's

5% cumul. convertible preferred stock, third series, in the ratio of one
share of preferred to each 6.2-3 shares of common stock.
Fractional
amounts will be paid in cash.
This is in addition to a quarterly of 15c.
a share in cash on the class A and B common stock, payable Jan. 2,1941,
merican Gas

& Electric

Co.—Extra dividend of 40c.

Eref. stockCo., Phoenix, Ariz. Stockpar ($10 bytoDahlberg,
lurand &
was recently offered at was offered residents
only.

100,000 Marshall's U. S. Auto Supply, Inc., Kansas City, Mo.—
James A. Ross& Co., Kansas City, Mo., offered at 100 and
int. $100,000 15-year 6% sinking fund debentures, due Dec. 1,

•

American Laundry Machinery Co.—Extra dividend of 30c. a share in
addition to the regular quarterly dividend of 20ci a share on the common
stock, both payable Dec. 2.

American Meter Co., Inc.—Dividend of $1 a share on the common stock
payable Dec. 16.
This compares with a regular quarterly of 7
$share
distributed previously
.

common

stock, payable Dec.

a

share on the

17.

Arkansas -Missouri Power Corp.—Dividend of 40c. a share on the common

stock, payable Dec. 16.

This compares with 20c. paid

Armstrong Rubber Co.—Initial dividend of $1
and B stocks, payable Dec. 20.

a

on

share

July 15, last.

on

the class A

Associated Breweries of Canada, Ltd.—Dividend of 60c. a share on the
common

1955.

share and

a

regular quarterly of 40c. a share on the common stock, both payable
Dec. 16.

Anaconda Wire & Cable Co.—Year-end dividend of $1

100,000 Arizona Brewing Co.—An issue of 10,000 shares 7% cum.

of Arizona

1.10%,

to

1,050,000 Indiana State Toll Bridge Commission, Ind„ bridge rev¬
enue
bonds awarded to John Nuveen & Co. and Morris
Mather & Co., both of Chicago, as 3s, at par.
Due from
1942 to 1960 incl.
Bonds due in 1960 are subject to redemp¬
tion prior to that date.

Dividends of 25c.

stock, payable Dec. 21.
preceding quarters.

were

paid in each

of the three

MUNICIP

$12,096,000

INANCING

Metropolitan Water District of Southern Calurorni-,
Calif., 3% Colorado River water works refunding bonds pur¬
chased

the Reconstruction Finance Corporation by
Bros, of New York and associates, at a price of

from

Lehman

107.22, a basis of about 2.65%.
Due serially from 1953 to
1988 incl.
Reoffered at prices to yield from 2% to 2.75%,

according to maturity.

Sanitary District, 111., series D refunding bonds

headed by the Harris Trust & Savings Bank
of Chicago, as 2s, at 100^21 #'a basis of about 1.97%.
Due
Jan. 1, 1961.
Optional at rate of $375,000 yearly on Jan. 1
from 1941 to 1960 incl., or on any interest payment dates
thereafter.
Reoffered at prices to yield from 0.50% to 2%
to optional dates.
sold to an account

6,600,000 Cowlitz County Public

Utility District No. 1, Wash..

electric revenue bonds were purchased by a syndicate headed

8

by John Nuveen & Co. of Chicago.
Issue embraced $2,285,000 3Mb, due 1943-1956 incl.; $1,984,000 4s, due 1956-1964
incl., and $2,331,000 4Ms, maturing from 1964 to 1970 incl.
Non-callable prior to Oct. 31, 1944.
Reoffered to yield from
2% to 3.75%, according to maturity.

6,000,000 Connecticut (State of), Groton-New London bridge bonds
awarded to an account headed by Halsey, Stuart & Co., Inc.,
New York, as 1Mb and 1Mb, at 100.0016, a net interest cost
of about 1.404%.
Issue consists of $1,160,000 lHs, due
1944-1949 incl.: $2,640,000 1Mb, due 1950-1961 incl., and
$2,200,000 lHs, due 1962-1971 incl.
Bonds due 1968-1971
redeemable in inverse numerical order at par and accrued
interest on Oct. 1, 1965, or on any subsequent interest date.
Banking group reoffered the bonds from a yield of 0.50% to
a price of 99.50, according to interest rate and
maturity aate.
5,200,000 Chicago, 111., water works system certificates purchased by
a syndicate managed by Halsey, Stuart & Co., Inc., New York
as 2s, at 100.619. a basis of about 1.95%.
Due from 1950 to
1957 Incl.
Reoffered to yield from 1.50% to 2%, according
to

maturity.

3,000,000 St. Peterbsurg, Fla., water works revenue certificates sold
to an account headed by Steifel, Nicolaus & Co. of Chicago,
on a bid of 100.0001 for $1,200,000 2Mb, due 1941-1950 incl.*
$240,000 2s, due in 1951 and 1952, and $1,660,000 2Mb, due
1953-1965 incl.
Net interest cost about 2.46%.
Reoffered
to yield from 0.40% to 2.70%, according to maturity^




quarterly dividend of 50c.
payable Dec. 31.
Atchison Topeka &
stock

f

share on the

share and

a regular
stock, both

Santa Fe Ry.—Dividend resumed on the common
a share, payable Dec. 27.
Last previous

by the declaration of $1

Atlas Powder Co.—Dividend
a

a

no par common

distribution amounted to $2 a share and was made
75c.

8,424,000 Detroit, Mich., series G non-callable refunding bonds awarded
to the First National Bank of New York and Halsey, Stuart &
Co., Inc., New York, and associates, as 2Ks, 2Mb and 3s, at
at 100.0038, a net interest cost of about 2.715%.
The group
purchased $4,025,000 3s, due 1941-1958 incl.; $1,000,0002^8,
due in 1959. and $3,399,000 2 Hs, maturing from 1959 to 1961
incl.
Reoffend from a yield of 0.30% to a price of 97, accord¬
ing to i nterest rate and date of maturity.
7,500,000 Chicago

Associates Investment Co.—Extra dividend of $1

on

the

on

no par common

Sept. 1, 1937.

stock increased from

share to $2 a share, payable Dec. 10.

Atlas Press Co.—Dividend
share to 25c.

a

on

the

common

stock increased from

15c.

a

share, payable Dec. 10.

(W. H.) Barber Co.—Extra dividend of 25c. a share in addition to the
regular quarterly dividend of 25c. on the common stock both payable
Dec. 16.

Bath Iron Works Corp.—Dividend on the common stock increased from
25c. a share to 50c. a share, payable Dec. 18.
Beech-Nut Packing Co.—Extra dividend of 25c. a share and a regular
quarterly of $1 a share on the common stock, both payable Jan. 2.
A
special dividend of $1 a share previously declared will be paid on Dec. 14.
Belden Mfg. Co.—Dividend on common stock, $10 par, increased from
25c. a share to 35c. a share, payable Dec. 2.
Bon Ami Co.—Extra dividends of $1.50 a share on the class A stock and
an extra of 75c. a share on the class B
stock, both payable Dec. 16.

Borg Warner Corp.—Special dividend of 50c. a share in addition to the
regular quarterly dividend of 25c. a share on the common stock, both
payable Dec. 10.
Boss Mfg. Co.—Dividend of $4 a share on the $100 par, common stock,
paid Nov. 25, last.
This compares with $2 paid in each of the three
preceding quarters.
Breeze

Corp., Inc.—Dividend on the capital stock
share to $1 a share, payable Dec. 11.

Bridgeport Brass Co.—Dividend
25c.

a

share to 50c. a

increased from 50c.

a

the common stock increased from
share, payable Dec. 20.
on

Briggs & Stratton Corp.—Dividend
75c.

a

share to $1

a

on the common stock increased from
share, payable Dec. 16.

Bristol-Myers Co.—Extra dividend of 15c.
dividend of 60c.

a

share

on

a

share and a regular quarterly

the capital stock, both

payable Dec. 2.

Brock way Motor Co., Inc.—Extra dividend of 25c. a share and a dividend
of 25c. a share on the common stock, both payable Dec. 16.

Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co.—Dividehd of $1.25 a share on the
common stock payable Dec. 16.
This compares with $1 paid on Sept.
16, last.

Bucyrus-Erie Co.—Dividend of 75c. a share on the common stock,
payable Dec. 16.
This compares with 25c. paid on July 1, last, and
50c. paid on Dec. 15, 1939.
Buda Co.—Dividend of 25c.

a share was paid
Nov. 26.
Last previous
payment was made on May 22, 1939 and amounted to 12He. a share.

Bullard Co.—Dividend on the common stock increased from 50c.
to 75c. a share, payable Dec. 21.

a

share

MONTHLY REVIEW

14

Giddings & Lewis Machine Tool Co.—Stock dividend of 100% and a
cash dividend of 75c. a share were declared on the capital stock both
payable Dec. 6.

and a regular quarterly
both payable Dec. 14.

Bulova Watch Co.—Extra dividend of $1 a share
dividend of 50c. a share on the common stock,

(F.) Burkhart Mfg. Co.—Dividend on the $1 par, common stock increased
from SI a share to $1.50 a share and was paid on Nov. 26, last.

the common stock, payable

Glen Alden Coal Co.—Dividend on the no par, common
from 37Kc. a share to 50c. a share,

dividend of $1.50 a share

Canada Foundries & Forgings, Ltd.—Initial
on the class B stock, payable Dec. 18.

payable

(Philip) Carey Mfg. Co.—Ten quarterly back dividends of $1.25 each
were declared on the 5% preferred stock, payable Dec. 20.
A dividend
of $1.25 was also declared for the current quarter and becomes payable

to the regular quarterly dividend
stock, both payable Dec. 2.

<J. I.) Case Co.—Dividend of $3 a share on the common stock, payable
Dec. 24.
This will be the first dividend paid on the common stock since
October, 1938, when a distribution of $5 a share was made.

Harbison-Walker Refractories Co.—Dividend of 50c. a share on the
common stock, payable Dec. 2.
This compares with 25c. a share paid

••

on

paid

was

Clark

on

Ry.—'Dividend of $5 a share
A distribution of $3

the year

paid

a share and a regular quarterly
both payable Dec. 16.

Corp.—Dividend of $21.10 a share on the no
A dividend of $5.70 a share was

a

dividend of $3 and the regular

share in 1939.

1940.

Dividends of 45c.

preceding quarters.

Colombian

Carbon

share

a

were

Co.—Year-end

of $1

a

Consolidated

paid

these shares in each of the

on

of

dividend

$1.60

share

a

on

the

Previously regular quarterly dividends

stock, payable Dec. 10.
share were distributed.

common

Investment

Trust—Special dividend of 25c. in addition
to a regular quarterly dividend of 30c. a share on the capital stock, both
payable Dec. 16.

Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co. of Canada, Ltd.—Extra dividend
of 75c. a share in addition to the regular semi-annual dividend of 50c. a
share

the capital stock, par $5, both

on

payable Dec. 31.

Consolidated Paper Co.—Dividend on the common stock increased from
25c. a share to 50c. a share, payable Dec. 1.
Continental
Dec.

16,

both

Casualty

and

the

on

Co.—Extra

of 30c.

dividend

stock.

Cook Paint & Varnish Co.—Extra dividend of 10c.

quarterly dividend of 20c.
on

Nov.

Copper

share, payable
payable Dec. 1,

a

regular quarterly of similar amount,

a

common

share

a

the

on

share and

a

stock, both

common

regular
paid

a

were

Range Co.—Dividend resumed

the

on

by

stock

common

the

declaration of 30c. a share, payable Dec. 16, next.
The last previous
payment amounted to 50c. a share and was made on Dec. 22, 1936.

Cornucopia Gold Mines—Initial dividend of three cents

a

share on the

stock, payable Dec. 16.

Curtiss-Wright Corp.—Initial dividend of 50c.
the

on

common

share

a

on

share payable Dec. 14,

a

stock.

Casting Co.—Dividend

share to 50c.

a

a

on

the common stock increased from

share, payable Dec. 24.

Dolese & Shepard Co.—Dividend of $1 a share was paid Nov. 1, last on
the common stock.
Last previous payment amounted to $1 a share and
was made on Dec. 10, 1938.

Dr®P®r CorP-—Two extra dividends of $1 each and
of 75c. a
share

extra are

on

payable

the

on

a

The regular

stock.

regular quarterly

dividend and one
Jan. 2, 1941 and the other extra is payable on Dec.
common

13, next.

Dwight Mfg. Co.—Dividend of $1
a

share was paid on Nov. 27.

on

a

share on the capital stock, par $12.50

A dividend of 50c. a share was distributed

Dec. 29, 1939.

regular quarterly dividend of 25c.
payable Dec. 2.

share

a

share in addition to the
the common stock, both

a

on

Elizabethtown

Consolidated Gas Co.—Extra dividend of $1
Dec. 2, on the common stock.

Empire Capital Corp.—Extra dividend of five cents
quarterly dividend of 10c.
payable Nov. 30.

a

share

a

share and

share

a

Essex Co.—Extra dividend of $1
share

on

the

common

a

regular
both

the class A stock, par $5,

on

on

the

Faultless

share in addition to

a

dividend of $1.50

Dec. 2.

(Syracuse, N. Y.)—Dividend of 20c.

stock, payable Dec. 23.
on June 28, last.

common

of 15c. was

a

stock both payable

Excelsior Insurance Co.

A regular semi-annual

a share
dividend

paid

Rubber

Co.—Extra

quarterly of similar amount

dividend

on

the

25c.

of

common

Federal Bake Shops—Dividend of $1

a

share

share

and

regular
stock both payable Jan. 1.
a

the

on

common

a

stock,

against $1 last

year.

Federal

Compress & Warehouse Co.—Extra dividend of 25c. a share
and a regular
quarterly of 50c. a share on the common stock, both were
payable Nov. 30.

Federal

Mining & Smelting Co.—Dividend of $1

stock payable Dec. 20.
Z[), last, '

This

stock, payable Dec. 16.

a

share on the common

compares with 5Cc. a share

Gaylord Container Corp.—Dividend of 55c.
last

a

A distribution of 25c.

paid on Sept.

share on the common
made on Sept. 16,

was

General Box Co.—-Extra dividend of 6c.

t?

a

share in addition to the regular

dividend of $2 a share on the common stock, both payable

r>nnu

20*

General Cigar Co.—Extra dividend of $1 in addition to the regular pay¬
ment of 25c. a share on the common stock, both payable Dec. 20.
This
brings 1940 payments on common to $2 against $1.75 in 1939.
General

Electric

from 35c.

a

Co.—Dividend

share to 80c.

a

on

the

no

par

common

stock increased

share, payable Dec. 20.

General Railway Signal Co.—Dividend on the common stock of 50c. a
share payable Dec. 24.
This compares with 25c. a share previously
on

the issue on April 1, 1938.

Refractories Co.—Dividend on the common
from 25c. a share to 50c. a share, payable Dec. 21.

share

Telephone Corp.—Quarterly dividend

to 35c.

a

share,

payable Dec.

also declared on the issue




paid Nov.

Intertype Corp.—Dividend on the common stock
share to 30c. a share, payable Dec. 16,
Iron Fireman Mfg. Co.—Extra dividend

of 25c.

a

increased from 20c. a
share on the common

stock, payable Dec. 20.

Jaeger Machine Co.—Dividend of 50c. a share was paid Nov. 25 on
common stock.
This compared with 25c. a share paid on March 1.
Kennecott Copper Corp.—Special dividend of 75c. a share
dividend of 25c. a share on the no par, common stock,

the

and a regular
both payable

Dec. 24.

Keystone Steel & Wire Co.—Dividend on the no par common
creased from 20c. a share to 30c. a share, payable Dec. 16.

stock in¬

Kmberley-Clark Corp.—Extra dividend of 50c. a share in addition to
the regular quarterly dividend of 25c. a share on the common stock.
The extra will be paid on Dec. 26, next, and the regular quarterly on
Jan. 2, 1940.
*
• "
Knudsen

Creamery Co.—Initial semi-annual
paid Nov. 11 on the common stock.

dividend of 20c. a share
regular
stock, both payable

Lane-Wells Co.—Extra dividend of 25c. a share in addition to the

quarterly dividend of 25c. a share on the common
Dec.

15.

Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co.—Dividend of $2 a share on the no par
common stock, payable Dec. 16.
This compares with 5Cc. paid in each
from 15c.
^0c. a share, payable Dec. 13.
Corp.—Extra "Christmas" dividend of 25 cents on the common

Line Material Co.—Dividend on the common stock increased
share to

Lionel

Ludlow Mfg. Associates—Dividend on the common
$2 a share to $4 a share, payable Dec. 2.

payable

on

14.
the

stock increased from

Magma Copper Co.—Year-end dividend of $1 a share on the $10 par com¬
mon stock payable Dec.
16.
This compares with 50c. paid in each of
the three preceding quarters.

(P. R.) Mallory & Co.—Dividend of 40c. a share on the common stock
payable Dec. 10.
Previously regular quarterly dividends of 20c. a
share

were

distributed.

Manhattan Shirt Co.—Extra dividend of 25c. a share in

addition to the

share, as erroneously
both payable Dec. 2.
Asphalt Corp.—Extra dividend of 20c. a share on the common
in addition to the regular quarterly dividend of 10c. a share,

regular quarterly dividend of 20c. a share (not 25c. a
reported in last month's issue) on the common stock,
Mastic
stock

payable Dec. 16.
Steel Corp.—Dividend of 40c. a share on the common stock
A distribution of 35c. a share was paid on May 29 last.

McLouth

payable Dec. 17.
Mead

a share on the common stock payable
This will be the first paid since Dec. 20, 1937, when 50c. a

Corp.—Dividend of 25c.

Dec.

10.

Textile Corp.—Dividend of 15c. a share on the common
payable Dec. 2.
A dividend of 10c. was paid on June 1, last.

Metal

a

stock,

Copper Co.—Dividend on the common stock increased from
share to 25c. a share, payable Dec. 26.

Miami

20c.

Michigan Public Service Co.—Initial dividend of 25c. a share on the
common stock payable Dec. 1.
Midwest Oil Co.—Participating dividend

of 9c.

a

share, in addition to the
8% preferred stock,

regular semi-annual dividend of 4c. a share on the
$1, both payable Dec. 16.

par

Piping & Supply Co., Inc.—Dividend on the common stock

increased from 25c.

Mohawk

to 50c. a share,

a snare

payable Dec. 14.

Carpet Mills, Inc.—Dividend on the common stock
a share, payable Dec. 13.

increased

from 25c. a share to 50c.

(John) Monell & Co.—Extra dividend of 75c. a share on the common stock*
payable Dec. 18.
Mountain
from

15c.

City Copper Co.—Dividend on the common stock
a share to 25c. a share, payable Dec. 20.

increased

Murray Corp. of America—Dividend of 25c. a share was paid on Nov. 30,
last, on the common st9ck.
This represented the first paid since Dec.
20, 1937, when a similar amount was disbursed.
Muskegon Piston

Ring Co.—Dividend
a

on the common
share, payable Dec. 14.

stock increased

National Aviation Corp.—Dividend on the common stock
25c. a share to 50c. a share, payable Dec. 16.

increased from

National Container Corp.—Special dividend of 25c. a share and a regular
of like amount on the common stock, both payable Dec. 16.
Natomas

Co.—Company increased

20c. to 25c. a share and declared

its

an

regular

common

dividend from

extra of 20c. a share,

both payable

Dec. 27.

from 50c.

a

share to 75c.

a

on the common stock increased
share and became payable Nov. 18.

England Telephone & Telegraph Co.—Dividend of $2.25 a share on
the common stock payable Dec. 24.
A dividend of $1.50 were paid on

New

Sept. 28 and June 29, last.
Newmont

General

Oeneral

a regular
stock, both payable

share and

a

Naumkeag Stearm Cotton Co.—Dividend

General Fire Extinguisher Co.—Dividend on the no par common stock
increased from 15c. a share to 40c. a share, payable Dec. 16.

distributed

of $1

dividend

28, last, on the common stock.

from 25c. a share to 40c.

•

U0C.

Co.—Extra

International Shoe Co.—Extra dividend of 25c. a share was

Midwest
con-

°1 25c. regular and an extra of 75c. a share, payable Dec. 31,
xTi1'8 makes a total distribution of $1.50 a share for the year,

*

Salt

Dec. 16.

share was distributed.

were

a

International

both

Electrographic Corp.—Extra dividend of 50c.

will be paid

paid on June 30,

stock, payable Dec. 18, 1940.

on the common stock increased from 15c.
payable on Nov. 25, last.

to 25c. a share and became

25c.

of $1.20 a share on the common
The last previous dividend was one of 20c. a
1939.
Intercontinental Rubber Co.—Dividend on the common stock increased
from 20c. a share to 40c. a share, payable Dec. 16.

a

(L. A.) Darling Co.—Dividend
Doehler Die

paid on Sept. 3, last.

of the three preceding quarters.

Cuban-American Manganese Corp.—Initial dividend of 50c.
the common stock, payable Dec. 27.
next

was

was

30.

common

■

quarterly dividend of 37J^c. a share on the common

Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc.—Cash dividends of 65c. a share
on the present class A and B stock of %2H par value, payable Dec. 6,
three

stock, both payable

stock, payable Dec. 20.

quarterly dividend of 50c. on the common stock.
Both become due on
Dec. 21 and bring total disbursements for the year to $6 a share as

compared with $4.50

share and a regular

a

(Henry) Holt & Co., Inc.—Dividend of 60c. a share on the $1.80 cumul.
partic. class A stock, no par value, payable Dec. 2.
A dividend of 10c.

share

Colt's Patent Fire Arms Mfg. Co.—Extra

of 50c.

Houston Natural Gas Corp.—Dividend

stock, payable Dec. 16.
Oct. 1, last.

on

dividend

20.

Dec.

Coca-Cola Co.—Year-end dividend of $2

International

Co.—Extra

quarterly dividend of 50c. a share on the common

Cluett, Peabody & Co., Inc.—Final year-end dividend of $1.25 a share
on
the common stock, payable Dec. 24, 1940.

par common

increased

par,

1938.

Furnace

Holland

quarters.

,

share in addition to the regular
payable Dec. 16.

Heywood-Wakefield Co.—Dividend of 94c. a share on the preferred B
stock, payable Dec. 1.
This payment clears up dividend arrearages of

Equipment Co.—Dividend of $1.25 a share on the common stock,
This compares with 75c. paid in the two preceding

Coca-Cola

March 1, last.

Hecla Mining Co.—Dividend on the common stock of 25c.
from 15c. a share to 25c. a share, payable Dec. 14, next.

payable Dec. 16.

of 75c. a share on the common stock,

Aug. 31, June 1 and

dividend of 50c. a
quarterly dividend of 75c. a share, both

Hazeltine Corp.—Extra

shares, payable Dec. 20.
June 26, last.

the $20 par common

on

Co.—Dividend of 50c. a share declared payable
This will be the first paid since Dec. 20,

1937, when $2 a share was disbursed.

the common
$33.25 a share were paid on Sept.

Cincinnati New Orleans & Texas Pacific

Ry.

Dec. 24, on the preferred stock.

Christiana Securities Co.—Dividend of $34.75 a share on
stock, payable Dec. 16.
Dividends of
16, June and March 15, last.

Northern

Great

share and a regular
The extra

quarterly dividend of 12He. a share on the common stock.
is payable Dec. 20 and the regular becomes due on Dec. 16.

dividend of 50c. a share in addition
of 50c. a share on the $25 par, common

Great Northern Paper Co.—Extra

Dec. 31.

Central Cold Storage Co.—Extra dividend of 25c. a

stock increased from 30c. a share

(B. F.) Goodrich Co.—Dividend of 50c. a share on the common stock,
payable Dec. 20.
This will be the first dividend paid on the common
shares since Dec. 18, 1939, when $1 a share was distributed.

Dec. 31.

on

stock increased

payable Dec. 20.

Glidden Co.—Dividend on the common
to 40c. a share, payable Dec. 28.

Canadian Celanese, Ltd.—Extra dividend of 40c. a share on the common
stock together with the regular quarterly dividend of 25c. a share.
Both
dividends become

declared on

Machine Co.—Initial dividend of 35c. a share was
Dec. 16.

Gisholt

stock increased

California Ink Co.—Dividend on the no par common
from 62Hc. a share to 75c. a share, payable Dec. 20.

stock

increased

An extra of 15c.
same

date.

increased

from
a

30c.

share

a

was

Mining Corp.—Year-end dividend of $1 a share on the capital
stock, payable Dec. 14.
A dividend of 37)^c. and an extra of 12Hc.
were paid on the new shares outstanding on Sept. 16, last.

New York Air Brake Co.—Dividend of $1 a share on the common stock,
payable Dec. 16.
This compares with 50c. a share paid on Nov. 1 and
each three months previously.

15

MONTHLY REVIEW

Dec., 1940]

75c. a share on the common
50c. paid on July 1, last.

Worth American Aviation, Inc.—Dividend of
stock, payable Dec. 24.
This compares with

Northland Greyhound Lines, Inc.—Dividend
common stock, payable Dec. 2.
This compares

of $1.50 a share on the
with $1 paid on April 24

last.

United Gas & Electric Corp. (Conn.)—Dividend on the no par common
stock increased from 80c. a share to 88c. a share, payable Dec. 14.
United Illuminating Co.—Dividend of $2 a share on

payable Dec. 28.
An extra of 50c. and a
paid on Oct. 1, last.

the common stock,

regular quarterly of $1 were

States Graphite Co.—Dividend on the $5 par common
increased from 20c. a share to 25c. a share, payable Dec. 14.

United

Engineering Co.—Dividend of $1.25 a share on the common
This compares with 50c. paid on Nov. 1, last.

Northwest

stock, payable Dec. 20.

Corp.—Dividend on the common stock increased from five
share and became payable Nov. 9.

Nu-Enarnel

cents a share to seven one-half cents a

•Ohio Oil Co.—Dividend
to 25c.

Ohio

on

the common stock increased

from 20c. a share

creased from 50c.

share to $1 a

a

the $5 par, common
share, payable Dec. 14.

Co.—Dividend

Seamless Tube

on

stock in¬

Package Machinery Co.—Special dividend of $1 a share on the common
stock, payable Dec. 16.

of $1

of no

share on the common stock

a

next.

Indemnity Co.—Extra dividend of 20c. a share in addition to
regular quarterly dividend of 40c. a share on the $10 par, common
stock, both payable Jan. 2.
the

payable

Corp.—Dividend of 20c. a share on the common stock,
A dividend of 10c. a share was paid on Dec. 26, 1939.

Dec. 14.

Pennsylvania Glass Sand Corp.—Dividend of $1 a share on the common
stock voting trust certificates, payable Dec. 16.
This compares with*
75c. paid on

Dec. 20, 1939.

Pennsylvania RR.;—Dividend of $1

share on the capital stock, par

a

$50,

June 26, last.

This compares with 50c. paid on

payable Dec. 18.

payable Jan. 15, next.

Pittsburgh & Lake Erie RR.—Dividend of $3.50 a share on the $50 par,
capital stock, payable Dec. 16.
This compares with $2 paid on June
'

15, last.

Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co.—Dividend
share to $2 a

a

on

a

share in addition to a regular
share on the common stock, both payable
a

Dec. 16

•

Purity Bakeries Corp.—Dividend on the common stock increased from
25c. a share to 35c. a sha^e, payable Dec. 2.
1
Ralston Steel Car Co.—Dividend on the common stock of 50c. a share
was paid on Nov. 30, last, and compares with 40c. a share previously
paid

Dec. 28, 1937.

on

Raybestos-Manhattan, Inc.—Dividend of 75c. a share was declared on
the common stock,
payable Dec. 16.
Previously regular quarterly
dividends of 25c.

share

a

were

distributed.

Republic Steel Corp.—Dividend of 40c.

a share on the common stock,
payable Dec. 27.
This will be the first common dividend paid by the
corporation since 1930, when $1.24 a share was disbursed.

Ruberoid Corp.—Dividend of $1

a share on the capital stock, payable
A distribution of 30c. a share was made on June 28, last.

Safeway Stores, Inc.—Dividend of $1.25 a share on the common stock,
payable Dec. 20.
The company stated that part of the dividend is to
be deemed the usual quarterly payment of 75c. a share ordinarily due on
Jan. 1, 1941, while the balance is to be considered as an extra

San-Nap-Pak Mfg.

Co.,

increased from 10c.

Inc.—Dividend

share to 15c.

a

on the $1
share, payable

a

dividend.

Dec. 16.

divi¬

Mining Co.—Dividend of 15c.

share on the capital

a

This compares wtih 10c. paid on May 31, last.

Shell Union Oil Corp.—'Dividend of 50c. a share on the common stock,
payable Dec. 20.
In July an interim dividend of 25c. a share was paid,

making
50c.

total of 75c.

a

share

a

a share for the year as compared with a total of
disbursed in 1939.

& Steel

creased from 60c.

a

Co.—Dividend

share to 70c.

Solar Aircraft Co.—Dividend
to ten cents

a

the

no

par

common

stock in¬

share payable Dec. 14.

a

on

on

the

stock increased from five

common

share, payable Dec. 16.

South Penn Oil Co.—Extra dividend of $1 a share and a regular quarterly
dividend of 37Hc. a share on the $25 par, capital stock, both payable
Dec. 20.
St.

Joseph Lead Co.—Dividend

50c.

share to $1

a

a

the common stock increased

on

Norman

from

share, payable Dec. 20.

Standard

Brands, Inc.—Extra dividend of 10c. a share and a regular
quarterly dividend of similar amount on the common stock, both payable

Jan. 2.

regular semi-annual dividend of 50c.
both payable Dec. 16.

share

a

on

a

share and

of 50c. a share on the common

the $25 par, capital stock,

Co. of Ohio—Regular quarterly dividend of 25c. a share
special dividend of $1 a share on the common stock, both payable

a

Dec.

14.

Stearns

Mfg. Co.—Initial quarterly dividend of 10c.

par, common

Sterchi

Bros.

a

share

the $1

on

stock, payable Dec. 10.

Stores, Inc.—Dividend of 30c.

stock, payable Dec.
19,1939.

14.

share on the
This compares with 20c. a share paid
a

common
on

Dec.

Stone &

Webster, Inc.—Dividend of 5Cc. a share on the common stock,
payable Dec. 16.
A distribution of 25c. a share was previously paid on
Nov. 15, 1939.

Sylvania Industrial Corp.—Extra dividend of 25c. a share and a regular
quarterly dividend of like amount on the common stock, both were
payable Nov. 26, last.
Talon, Inc.—Regular quarterly of 60 cents and an extra of one share of
$10 par 4% non-voting preferred on every 10 shares of common held.
Both are payable Dec.

16 to holders of record Nov. 20.
Although authorized, no preferred stock has been issued heretofore.
The preferred is callable at par.
An extra dividend of $1.65 per share
was paid on Dec. 26, 1939.
Tennessee Alabama
common

& Georgia Ry.—Dividend of 35c. a share on the
stock, payable Dec. 1.
A dividend of 25c. was paid a year ago.

Tennessee

Corp.—Two dividends of 25c.

a

share each

were

declared

on

the capital stock, one payable Dec. 11, and the other on March 12, 1941.
These dividends will be the first paid since Dec. 23, 1937, when 10c. a
share

was

distributed.

Gulf Sulphur Co.—Special dividend of 25c. a share in addition
customary quarterly dividend of 50c. a share on the company's
capital stock, payable Dec. 16, 1940.

Texas

to the

Title Insurance Corp. of St. Louis—Dividend of 50c. a share was paid
Nov. 30, last on the common stock.
A distribution of 25c. was made
on

Aug. 31 last, and previously regular

quarterly

dividends of

12^c.

a

share were distriouted.

Todd Shipyards

Corp.—Dividend

on the common stock of no par value

increased from $1.75 a share to $2.00 a share, payable Dec.

Twin Coach Co.—Dividend of 70c.
Dec. 20.
.

This compares with 50c.

a

a

share

United

$1.50

Aircraft
a

the

common

16.

stock payable

on

the

common

stock increased

payable Dec. 16.

Corp.—Dividend on the capital stock increased
share to $2 a share, payable Dec. 16.




payable

Viking Pump Co.—Dividend of 50c. a share on the no par common stock,
payable Dec. 15.
Dividends of 40c. were paid in each of the three
preceding quarters.

Corp.—Initial dividend of 10c. a share on the common stock, pay¬
The above company was formerly the Vinco Tool Co. of

able Dec. 20.

Detroit.

~.

Vulcan Detinning

payable
share

Dec.

were

20.

Co.—Dividend of $2.50 a share on the common, stock
Previously regular quarterly dividends of $1.50 a

distributed.

Co.,

Agricultural

Nov. 30

on

Ltd.—Dividend of 60c. a share was paid
share distributed

the capital stock and compares with 50c. a

Aug. 31, last.
Union

Western

Co., Inc.—Dividend of $1 a share on the
16.
This will be the first paid since July
made.

Telegraph

stock, payable Dec.

common

15, 1937, when a regular quarterly of 75c. a share was

Westinghouse Air Brake Co.—Year-end dividend of 75c. a share on the
common stock, payable Dec.
14.
Regular quarterly dividends of 25c.
a share previously declared will also be paid on Dec. 14.
Westmoreland Coal Co.—Dividend of $1.50

payable Dec. 14.

a

share

on

the common stock,

This compares with 50c. a share paid on June

28, last.

Electrical Instrument Corp.—Dividend of $1 a share on the
new common stock, payable Dec. 10.
This compares with 50c. paid on
Sept. 10 and June 10, last.

Weston

West

Virginia Pulp & Paper Co.—Dividend of 40c. a share on the com¬
stock, payable Jan. 2.

Wisconsin

Public

Service

stock increased from 10c.

a

Corp.—Dividend on the $10 par, common
share to 30c. a share, payable Dec. 10.

Wolverine Portland Cement Co.—Dividend of 15c. a share on the com¬
mon

stock, payable Dec. 16.
This will be the first dividend paid on
since 1930, when a distribution of 60c. a share was made.

common

Wright Aeronautical Corp.—Dividend on the common stock
from $2 a share to $4 a share, payable Dec. 14, next.

increased

and a regular
quarterly dividend of 15c. a share on the common stock.
The special
dividend will be paid on Dec. 18 and the regular dividend on Jan. 2,

Yale & Towne Mfg. Co.—Special dividend of 40c. a share

1940.

mon

stock, payable Dec.

16.

Dividends of 25c. a share were paid in

UNFAVORABLE

CHANGES

Bangor & Aroostook RR.—Directors on Nov. 27 voted to defer payment
of the Jan. 1 quarterly dividend of $1.25 a share on the 5% preferred
stock.
Quarterly dividends of $1.25 a share have been paid regularly
on the 5% preferred stock.
-

Brewing Corp. of America—Dividend on the common stock reduced from
15c.

share to

a

10c.

a

share, payable Dec. 14.

Gamewell Co.—No action taken on the declaration of common dividends
at this time.
A distribution of 50c. a share was made on Sept. 16, last.

International Petroleum, Ltd.—Dividend of 50c. a share on the common
stock, payable Dec. 2.
A regular semi-annual dividend of 75c. a share
was paid on June 1, last.
Pneumatic Scale Corp., Ltd.—Dividend of 30c. a share on the common
stock, payable Nov. 23.
This compares with 40c. paid on Oct. 21,
and June

1, last.

Power Corp.
common

of Canada, Ltd.—Interim dividend of 15c.

a

stock for the six months' period ending Dec. 31,

share on the
1940.
This
semi-annual

dividend is payable Feb. 1, 1941 and compares with previous
disbursements of 30c. a share.

Southington Hardware Co.—Dividend on the common stock decreased
from 25c. a share to 12Hc. a share and became payable Nov. 1, last.Swan Finch Oil Corp.—Dividend

payable Dec.

18.

of 10c. a share on the common stock,
This compares with 20c. paid on Feb. 15, last and

June 25, 1937.

on

COURSE

from

OF

•

THE STOCK MARKET DURING

'

The November stock market

was

NOVEMBER

taken out of the

common

of markets in recent months by developments
the results of the nationwide voting on Nov.

traceable
to
5.
The
first response in the stock market to the reelection of Mr.
Roosevelt to a third term was a heavy fall in prices.
But on
Nov. 7, as the New Deal's chief fiscal officer, Secretary of
the Treasury Henry Morgenthau Jr., discussed the magni¬
tude of the projected expenditures for defense purposes, the
market experienced a brief, sharp rally, to the accompani¬
run

ment

of increased

turnover.

But

the

the end of election week and from then

the market displayed

month

a

bulls
on

were

done by

to the close of the

sagging tendency in prices

and trading interest.
But while it lasted the post-election rally was

the most

The defeat at the polls on Nov. 5 of
Wendell L. Willkie, the Republican candidate, left the invest¬
ment community disheartened and spiritless, and these feel¬
ings were imparted to share prices, which on the average fell
2.13 points on Nov. 6.
On the following day the market
was ambling along "with no well-defined direction when sud¬
denly the news came over the wires from Washington that
Secretary of the Treasury Morgenthau was planning, on
behalf of the Administration, to ask the next Congress to
raise the statutory debt limit to $60,000,000,000 or $65,000,000,000 and terminate tax-exemption on future issues of
spirited in months.

Government securities.
The remarks

voked

share paid on Dec. 22, 1939.

Underwood Elliott Fisher Co.—Dividend
from 50c. a share to 75c. a share,

on

stock, both were payable Dec. 1.

Veeder-Root, Inc.—Dividend of $2 a share on the common stock,
Dec. 16.
This compares with $1 a share paid on Sept. 16, last.

a

Standard Oil
and

quarterly

Van Raalte Co.—Extra dividend of 25c. a share and a regular

25c.

Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey—Extra dividend of 25c.

Co.—Dividend on the common stock in¬
payable Dec. 20.

Tool

Machine

creased from 40c. a share to $1 a share

preceding quarters.

Scranton Lace Co.—Dividend on the common stock increased from 50c.
a share to $1 a share,
payable Dec. 14.

Simonds Saw

Corp. of America—Dividend on the common stock of $1.50
Dec. 14.
A distribution of $1 a share was made on

quarterly of

Scott Paper Co.—Quarterly dividend of 40c. a share and an extra
dend of 25c. a share on the common stock, both payable Dec. 16.

stock, payable Dec. 20.

share on the common

a

Youngstown Sheet & Tube Co.—Dividend of 50c. a share on the com¬

stock

common

par

Schiff Co.—Extra dividend of 50c. a share and
a regular
25c. a share on the common stock, both payable Dec. 15.

Shattuck-Denn

Van

mon

<H. H.) Robertson & Co.—Extra dividend of 25c. a share in addition to
the regular quarterly dividend of like amount on the common stock,
both payable Dec. 16.

Dec. 20.

of $1

share, payable
15, 1939.

a

on

Progress Laundry Co.—Extra dividend of 25c. a share and a regular
quarterly of 20c. a share on the common stock, both payable Dec. 2.
quarterly dividend of 25c.

Tobacco Co.—Dividend

States

payable Dec. 16.
The company has been paying 32c. a share
quarterly, with year-end dividends of 80c. a share in December, 1939.

stock,

Waialua

stock

the $25 par, common
share, payable Dec. 23.

Pullman, Inc.—Extra dividend of 50c.
.

United

Vinco

Peoples Gas Light & Coke Co.—Extra dividend of $1 a share, payable
Dec. 16.
Regular quarterly dividend of 50c. a share was also declared,

increased from $1

and

stock, both payable

Dec.

Pacific

Pennroad

regular quarterly of 50c. a share on the common

Dec. 20.

Vanadium

Packer Corp.—Extra dividend
par value, payable Dec.
10,

& Foundry Co.—Extra dividend of 50c. a share

United States Pipe
a

share, payable Dec. 14.

a

shares

Co.—Extra dividend of $1 a share in addition to the regular
quarterly dividend of 50c. a share on the common stock.
The extra will
be paid on Dec. 24 and the regular quarterly on Dec. 31.

U. S. Gypsum

a

by Secretary Morgenthau

reaction in the market which to

on

the debt
seemed

many

pro¬
sur¬

By calling attention, just after the election, to the
fact that the New Deal was going to continue to spend a lot
of money, Mr. Morgenthau made possible on Nov*. 7 a rise
prising.

in stocks of 2.71

points, with the previous day's recession
The first impression
created in the market by his remarks was that the spending
of so vast an amount of money by the Government would
make not only for a very active state of business but also
for an inflationary rise in commodity prices., Moreover,
his advocacy of ending tax exemption on future issues of
Government securities was interpreted in some quarters as a
move which might divert to the stock market investment
interest now centering on tax-exempt issues of the Federal
Government, States and municipalities.
The surprising
element in the market's reaction 4o Mr. Morgenthau's re¬
marks lay in the circumstance that Chief of Staff Marshall
had said previously that something like $100,000,000,000
would be required to give the United States land armament
equal to Germany's.
Mr. Morgenthau spoke only of a
$15,000,000,000 to $20,000,000,000 rise in the statutory debt
limit to take care of defense borrowing through the 1942
fiscal year, and yet the market temporarily^was strongly
wiped out by

a

comfortable margin.

its

opening level

12.

at

New

Day onward the market was in a
declining phase, induced in part by the growing realization
of the inroads being made into corporate income by heavier
taxation and in part by the resumption by Germany
of
smashing air attacks against British cities.
Stock prices,
according to the average of 50 issues compiled by the New
York "Times," declined 4.36 points in November,
bringing
the average down to the 93.66 level, the lowest closing figure
for any month since July.
This decline followed five consecu¬
tive monthly advances in the average.
Among the major
stock groups, the utilities and store stocks proved to be the
weakest.

The

utility shares were under especial pressure
when Mr. Willkie failed of election, while the store stocks
were the outstanding example of the blow dealt to old-line
companies by the increased taxes.
Virtually every stock
group was lower, the outstanding exceptions being the oils,

reached

its

sale of 1534 on Nov. 1.
Southern Pacific opened
9%, advancing Nov. 12 to 10, only to later react
on Nov. 28 to
8% and finish the month on Nov. 30 a trifle
improved at 8%.
Northern Pacific, after opening at 7%
on Nov. 1, reached its peak Nov. 12 at 8% and its low
point
at 6% on Nov. 6; it closed below its opening sale and high
point of the month at 6% on Nov. 30.
Union Pacific
declined from 86 on Nov. 12 to 78% on Nov. 29.
Its open¬
ing sale was consummated at 82% on Nov. 1 and its closing
opening

Nov. 1 at

sale

Nov. 30 at 79.

on

In the

following table

rent month of

we

indicate the

10 each of the

more

range

for the

cur¬

active foreign, railroad

and industrial bonds:
Nov. 1

Bonds

Range During Nov.,

Nov. 30

1940

Opening

Closing

Price

stimulated.
From about Armistice

York Central

top figure Nov. 12 at 16%; its low point of the month Nov. 6
at 13% and it closed on Nov. 30 at 13%, down from its

Lowest

Price

Highest

Foreign Governments—

Argentine 4s_

...Feb. 1972

61

60

92

Nov.

6

11% Nov.

4

1977

12 %
92%
53%

Denmark 6s

1942

36%

German 5%s stamped

1965

14

Italy 7s

48

13% Nov. 19
43% Nov. 30

64

64

Norway 4%s

1951
1954
1965
1960

33%
6%

30% Nov. 25

Peru 6s

Brazil 6%s of 1926

1957

Canada gold 4s

1960

Cuba

4%s

6%s

Japanese

Nov. 29

53% Nov. 1
30% Nov. 27

6

Nov.
Nov.

1
4

64%
14%
95%
54%
41

14%
49%
72%
33%
7%

62

13
22
15
20

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov. 15

Nov.
Nov.

14%
43%

6
8

Nov.

"32%"

8

Nov.

13%
92%

1

68%

Nov. 15

Railroads—
Chic Milw St P & Pac 5s

1975

Chic & North Western 4%s__1949
Delaware & Hudson 4s
..1943
Erie 5s series 1930

1975

Great Northern 4s series G..1946

4%
1%
53

16%
105%

9

4%

Nov.

2

Nov.

7

48% Nov.

54

Nov.

8

17%

Nov.

7

Nov.

9

Nov.

8

1%
48%
17%
104%
56%

Nov.

3% Nov.
1

15% Nov.
104

Nov.

New York Central 4%s
2013
N Y Chicago & St L 4%s..._1978

58%

55% Nov.

59%

56% Nov.

Northern Pacific 6s series B..2047

64

61% Nov.

St Louis-San Francisco 4%s_1978
Southern Ry 4s
1956

5% Nov.

107

58

53% Nov.

60%
61%
65%
9%
58%

8

55%

50% Nov.

55% Nov. 13

50%

9%

8% Nov.

7

57%

Nov.

8

Nov.

2

62%
8%

Nov.

Industrials—

railroad

Amer & Foreign Power 6s

2030

51%

Amer Tel & Tel 3%s
Bethlehem Steel 3%s

1961
1952

7

1961

106% Nov.
104% Nov.

109% Nov.

Columbia Gas & Elec 5s

109%
106%
104%

109

a

105

Nov.

7

Commonwealth Edison 3%s_1958
Internat Tel & Tel 5s
1955

121%

113%-Nov.
23% Nov.

122

Nov.

4

25%

1967

106%

106% Nov.

27% Nov.
106% Nov.

8

Philadelphia Co 5s

4

106%

Portland General Elec 4%s__1960
Third Ave Ry adj 5s
1960

75%

74% Nov.

18%
104%

104% Nov.

equipments and coppers.
Owing to the fact that trading in the stock market was at
fairly brisk pace in the first half of November, share turn¬
over for the month came to
20,887,311 shares, the largest
total since May.
It compares with turnover of 14,489,085
shares in October and with 19,225,036 shares in November,
1939.
Bond transactions on the New York Stock Exchange
also were the largest since May, the total being $159,006,000.
In the stock market there was one day of better than 2,000,000 shares—that day being Nov. 7—and nine days of sales
of between 1,000,000 and 2,000,000 shares.
Aided by defense spending and British buying,
industry
was very active in November—more active than ever be¬
fore, according to some business indexes, more active than
1929 according to others.
Steel, again the leader of indus¬
try, closed the month with operations at 96.6% of capacity.
In the bond market the outstanding performance was in
Government securities, which surged ahead following the
declaration by Secretary Morgenthau of intention to ask
Congress to end tax exemption of future issues of govern¬
ments.
If Congress should accede to the Secretary's request,
outstanding issues would have something of a premium value
over new issues.
Treasury bonds in November moved up
more than two
points to the highest levels on record, and
State and municipal issues made smaller advances.
Cor¬
porate issues of the highest grade were generally firm, but
the more speculative issues, particularly the second grade
rails, did not fare so well.
The domestic bond average of
the "Times" registered its sixth consecutive
monthly ad¬
vance and attained the best levels of the
year.
The rise in
the bond average was 0.14 point.
Foreign bonds scored
their first rise in three months by moving up 0.12 point.
As to the fluctuations in individual stocks, Allied Chemical
& Dye opened Nov. 1 at 171%, advanced to 174 on Nov.
8,
dipped perceptibly to 1663^ on Nov. 28 and closed Nov. 29
at 1673^.
American Telephone <fc Telegraph opened at 165 3^
on Nov.
1, declined to 164% on Nov. 6, recovered to 167%
on Nov. 8 and closed
slightly lower at 1663^ on Nov. 30.
Consolidated Edison Co. of N. Y. opened at 26% Nov. 1
and touched its high point at 27% on Nov. 4; its low
point
of the month was reached on Nov. 29 at 21%, and it closed
the month fractionally improved at 21% on Nov. 30.
Gen¬
eral Electric opened at 35% on Nov. 1, rose to 36 % on Nov.
8,
then reacted to 32% on Nov. 27 and ended the month
higher
at 32% on Nov. 30.
United States Steel opened Nov. 1 at
69%, advanced to 76% on Nov. 9, then dropped back to
66% on Nov. 27 and closed modestly improved on Nov. 30
at 68%.
Steel preferred sold at 124% on Nov. 2, moved
up to 130 on Nov. 22 and closed Nov. 30 lower at 128%.
Westinghouse Elec. & Mfg. opened Nov. 1 at 108%, moved
forward to 109% on Nov. 8, then declined to 102% on
Nov. 28 and ended the month
tion at 105.

on

Nov. 30 in

a

better posi¬

In the railroad list, Atchison Topeka & Santa

Fe

opened Nov. 1 at 17%, dipped to 16 on Nov. 6, spurttd
forward on Nov. 12 to 19% and closed a point and a fraction
lower on Nov. 30 at 17%.
Baltimore & Ohio's initial sale
on Nov. 1 was at 4%, advanced Nov. 12 to
4%, reacted to

3% on Nov. 29 and closed Nov. 30 fractionally better at 4.
Chesapeake & Ohio opened at 42% on Nov. 1, raised its
price level to 43% on Nov. 12, then receded to 41% Nov. 23
and closed fractionally higher at 42 on Nov. 30.
Delaware
& Hudson touched its lowest point Nov. 7 at 12 after opening
the month on Nov. 1 at 14; its peak of the month was reached
on Nov. 12 at 14%, and it closed Nov. 29 somewhat below




Youngs town Sheet & Tube 4s 1948
VOLUME OF

25

BUSINESS ON

Nov.

111

Nov. 15

110%

113%

80

Nov. 15

77%

22

Nov. 13

21

105% Nov.

9

THE STOCK EXCHANGE

1939

1940
Month of

18

Nov.

1938

1937

November—

Stock sales—No. of shares

20,887,311
$

Bond sales (par value)—

Railroad and mlscell...

Foreign government.
United States Govt

_

19,225,036

189,203,091

Total bond sales

29,254,626

$

123,230,000
22,827,000

159,006,000

.

27,922,295

$

139,191,000
17,393,000
2,422,000

244,256,186

$

130,133,000

135,316,000

5,628,000

21,316,000
4,419,000

27,359.000
9,819.000

151,685,000

155,868,000

172,494,000

269,974,653

381,042,190

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30—
tock sales—No. of shares

Bond sales (par value)—
$
$
Railroad and mlscell... 1,224,269,000 1,333,795,000

Foreign government

197,289,000

229,378,000

$

223,031,000

36,643,000

United States Govt

Total bond sales

S

1,298,394,000 1,934,900,000

306,810,000

120,831,000

321,724,000
337,908.000

1,458,201,000 1,869,983,000 1.642.256,000 2,594,532,000

VOLUME OF BUSINESS ON THE CURB EXCHANGE

1940

1939

1938

1937

Month of November—
Stock sales—No. of shares

Bond sales

(par value)—

Domestic

«

Foreign government
Foreign
Total

corporate
bond sales

3,738,194
$

3,768,445

5,190,958

$

20,907,000
191,000

5,302,578

$

30,942,000
412,000

$

34,233,000
579,000

471,000

696,000

435,000

29,191,000
785,000
559,000

21,569,000

32,050,000

35,247,000

30,535,000

37,976,460

41,321,980

43,475,801

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30—
Stock sales—No. of shares
Bond sales

(par value)—

Domestic.

$

$

98,338,105

$

S

269,619,000

Foreign

government

Foreign

corporate

Total bond sales....

403,524,000

318,460,000

390,031,000

2,288,000

4,071,000

6,541,000

6,145,000

6,377,000

6,017,000

11,453,000
9,331,000

278,052,000

413,972,000

331,018,000

410,815,000

THE MONEY MARKET DURING

NOVEMBER

Important developments in the money market during the
past month included a sharp advance in the prices of gilt-edge
securities, a further increase in the amount of commercial
borrowings, and a quick rebound in the volume of excess
member bank reserves following a substantial contraction
early in the month.
The strong upturn in the prices of
Government

bonds

was

the

immediate

result

of

official

statements

emanating from Washington to the effect that
legislation terminating tax exemption of future issues of
Federal and State as well as municipal bonds would be sought,
and of growing indications concerning the continuance of the
present easy money policy, notably in connection with the
financing of national defense contracts.
Excess member
bank

reserves
during the first November week dropped
$200,000,000, due in the main to a further seasonal rise in

the amount of

outstanding currency, the collection of social
security taxes, and payments on account of the $100,000,000issue of the United States Housing Authority.
Continued
large gold accessions and Treasury disbursements from
Reserve Bank balances caused, however, a quick reversal in the
excess reserve position, with the result that on Nov. 27its total
had recovered to $6,930,000,000, or very close to the peak
figure reached during the second half of October.
Govern¬
ment financing was limited to four weekly bill issues, each
amounting to $100,000,000 and replacing [similar maturities.

were designated as National Defense
placed these bills outside the existing statutory
debt limit, thus increasing the latter in equal proportion.

Trading in bankers' acceptances remained dull, reflecting

Three of these issues

series which

redemption on March 15, 1941 of $545,000,000
Treasury bonds was issued on Nov. 13, with the
announcement that the privilege of exchanging these bonds
may be offered to holders before the redemption date.
Gold
imports during the four weeks ended Nov. 20 totaled $288,985,000 of which sum $205,642,000 came from Canada,
$16,490,000 from Argentina, $14,432,000 from Australia,
$14,338,000 from Portugal, $12,186,000 from Japan, $8,436,000 from Russia, and $6,296,000 from South Africa.
The
total goJd stock of tne country increased $256,000,000, and
on Nov. 27 reached the sum of $21,755,000,000.
Discount
A call for

3%%

.

17

MONTHLY REVIEW

Dec., 1940]'

holdings of the 12 Reserve banks receded from $3,999,000
Oct. 30 to $3,835,000 Nov. 27, and total member bank
reserves, after declining from $14,176,535,000 Oct. 30 to
$13,979,418,000 Nov. 6, resumed their advance and stood at
$14,291,954,000 Nov. 27.
No important changes in the
prevailing extremely low money rates occurred during the
month although yields on Government securities owing to
strong price advances, showed some further declines, with
the average yield on 3 to 5-year Treasury notes receding from
0.40% Oct. 31 to 0.34% Nov. 28, and on longer-term
Treasury bonds from 2.19% to 2.05%, whereas rates on
Treasury bills increased slightly from a negative yield as
reported last month, to 0.004% Nov. 28.
The rate for call
money on the Stock Exchange remained at 1%.
CALL LOAN RATES ON THE NEW YORK

STOCK EXCHANGE

the

continued inadequate supply of bill offerings.
Out¬
standing acceptances, according to the monthly survey of
the Acceptance Analysis Unit of the Federal Reserve Bank
of New York, issued Nov. 14, aggregated $186,789,000
Oct. 31, compared with $176,614,000 Sept. 30 and $221,116,000 Oct. 31, 1939.
Import bills increased from $80,361,000
Sept. 30 to $90,576,000 Oct. 31, and domestic warehouse
credits from $26,249,000 to $28,325,000, whereas export bills
declined from $21,762,000 to $19,891,000.
Bills held by
accepting banks totaled $149,084,000, of which sum $96,339,000 represented own bills, and $52,745,000 bills of others.
Rates for bankers' acceptances remained unchanged at lA%
bid and 7-16% asked for 30-day, 60-day, and 90-day bills,
at 9-16% bid and lA% asked for 120-day bills, and at bA%
bid and 9-16% asked for bills running 150 and 180 days.
The New York Federal Reserve Bank in its "Monthly

Review"

discussed

conditions

1

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Nov.

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security collateral continued at the

figures of 134 % for 90-day loans, and 1 ^&% for loans
running 180 days.
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expanded appreciably during the month, little demand for
new accommodations developed, and transactions continued
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LOANS IN

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NEW

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h taX

HoUday

Nov. 12

10.,.

Xa9it

h taX

MXa7 it
Xa7 ii
Xaht

Nov.

Xa9it

Saturday
Sunday

3——

4—..

Sunday

Nov. 24...

Sunday

Xa7 ii

Xaht

2
.—--j-

j.-

Saturday

Nov. 23—

Saturday

9

1

90 Days
180 Days
120 Days
150 Days
Secured by
30 Days
60 Days
Accept'ces Sid & Ask Bid & Ask Bid & Ask Bid & Ask Bid & Ask Bid & Ask

1

1

19

Nov.

4

Nov.

Nov.
1

1

Nov.

Nov.

ACCEPTANCES

Call Loans

Sunday
1

bankers'

"Trading in the bill market during November continued
Rates, largely
nominal, remained unchanged. Bankers' bills outstanding at
the end of October totaled approximately $187,000,000,
about $16,000,000 more than at the end of September and
the first monthly increase since February.
The rise was
primarily accounted for by a seasonal expansion in import
bills.
As compared with a year ago, October outstandings
were down $34,000,000, reflecting in major part a reduction
in export bills."

Saturday

16—

Nov.

Sunday

1

Nov.

NOV.

Saturday

Nov.

for

market

Renewal

High

Low

the

to hold to the small volume of recent months.

PRIME BANKERS'

High

Low

Renewal

in

acceptances as follows:

IX

IX

>

IX

Satur day

expansion in the commercial, industrial and agricultural
in excess of

Nov.

16..

Nov.

17—

Nov.

18—

IX

Nov.

19—

Nov.

20-

IX
IX

IX
IX
IX

IX

IX

IX

IX
IX
IX
IX
IX

IX
IX

IX
IX

IX

IX

IX

IX

1X

IX
IX

IX

IX

IX

IX

by the Federal Reserve
$128,600,000 in the four weeks from
Oct. 30 to Nov. 27, consisting of $79,500,000 of bonds and
$49,100,000 of notes. At intervals for more than a year the
Reserve banks have been feeding out to the market the
securities bought in support of prices after the outbreak of
war in Europe.
At no time in the year, however, has the
liquidation of bonds and notes been so heavy as in Novem¬

IX

IX

IX

ber.

Nov.

21

Nov.

23

Nov.

24—

Nov.

25

Hon day

22—

Nov.

The sales of Government securities

Sun day

—

Satur day
Sun day

—

Nov.

26—

Nov.

27—

Nov.

28—

IX
IX
IX
IX

Nov.

29—

IX

Nov.

30—

—

IX
IX

active investment call, and

available

offerings were again insufficient for the persistent
demand.
Prevailing rates for average grade prime 4 to 6month commercial paper remained at the previous range of
% to 1%, with especially choice names again being disposed
of at %%.
Under date of Nov. 15 the Federal Reserve
Bank of New York announced that returns received from
commercial paper

dealers showed a total of $252,409,000 of
open market commercial paper outstanding on Oct.
31,
compared with $250,700,000 at the end of September, and
$205,300,000 on Oct. 31, 1939.
MATES FOR MONEY AT NEW YORK

Week Ended—
Nov. 9

Nov.

16 Nov.

23 Nov. 30

Call loans on Stock Exchange:

Range for week (mixed & Industrial collateral).
Week's average

Time loans

(mixed & Industrial collateral).

(mixed & industrial

1@1

1@1

1

1

collateral):

1@1

1

IX
IX
IX
IX
IX
IX

IX
IX
IX
IX

IX
IX
IX
IX

Five months................—...........

IX

IX

Six months

IX

IX

IX

X® 1
^@1

X@1
X®1

xm

Sixty days
Ninety days

....

....

—————————

.————————

1©1

1
*

IX
IX
IX
IX
IX

Thirty days

...—

Four months

....................—.

Commercial paper:
Double and single names:
Prime 4 to 6 months————————

Good 4 to 6 months.....




...—

amounted

The sales

to

were

undertaken for the

same reason as

the

other sales made

Satur day

Commercial paper remained in

banks

X® 1
X@l

by the system in the last year; that is to
say the authorities were engaged in opposing a rise in Govern¬
ment security prices by adding to the supply of securities in
the market available for purchase.
In the year ended
Nov. 27 the Federal Reserve banks succeeded in working off
$312,472,000,01 bonds and notes, while the decline in their
portolio fromjthe record high of September, 1939, amounts
,

to ,$622,000,000.
The $2,204,200,000 of securities in
portfolio at the end of November, including $1,299,700,000 of bonds and $904,500,000 of notes, is the smallest
amount of Government obligations held by the Federal
Reserve banks since September, 1933.
While the sales of ^Government securities by the Federal
Reserve banks have not been made for the primary purpose
of influencing the volume of excess reserves, they have, in
practice, served to offset some of the bountiful additions to
bank reserves.
Irqfour weeks here under review, for example,
the decline of $128,600,000 in the Reserve banks' portfolio,
coupled with jthe rise in required reserves, kept excess re¬
serves unchanged at „$6,930,000,000, or within $10,000,000
of the record high reached on Oct. 23.
now

the

The increase in actual member bank

reserves

amounted to

$115,419,000 over this period, but requirements expanded
by an equal amount owing to the considerable rise in member
bank deposits.
The principal sources from which the mem¬
ber banks gained reserves in November were the $177,101,000 ^reduction in Treasury deposits in th.j Federal j Re-

MONTHLY REVIEW

18
serve

tember and October issued by the Indian and Burma Gov¬

new

ernments

the gold stock to a
$13,000,000 rise in
Treasury currency and the $5,000,000 decrease in Treasury
cash.
The offsets to these contributions to the supply of
bank reserves were the $105,000,000 decline in Federal
Reserve credit outstanding, the $200,000,000 increase in
currency circulation and the $32,000,000 rise in non-member
deposits and other Federal Reserve accounts. Deposits of
gold certificates with the Federal Reserve banks by the
Treasury in this period amounted to $205,996,000, or approxi¬
mately $10,000,000 more than the rise in the gold stock.
The $200,000,000 rise in currency circulation raised the
amount outstanding to a new record high of $8,465,000,000,
a figure $1,003,000,000 in excess of the total on the corres¬
ponding date of 1939.
The quickening pace of defense expenditures—estimated
banks, the $256,000,000 increase in
record high of $21,755,000,000, the

$400,000,000 in November—was mainly responsible for
reduction in the Treasury's deposit balance in the
Reserve banks to $198,606,000 on Nov. 27, the first time in
recent years the balance had been so low.
The Treasury
immediately took steps to replenish this balance by levying
at

the

two calls

requiring all

Throughout the month the Bank of England's official rate
at $4.02% buying and $4.03% selling.
Official
quoted by the Bank of England on other markets con¬
tinued as follows:
New York, $4.02%-$4.03%;
Canada,
$4.43-$4.47 (Canadian official, 90.09c.-90.91c. per United
States
dollar);
Australia, 3.2150-3.2280;
New Zealand,

rates

3.2280-3.2442.

During
London

November, as for several months, exchange in
not quoted on Germany, Italy, Poland, Czecho¬

was

slovakia, Norway, Denmark, Holland, Belgium, France, or
In New York during November, as in previous
months, the German mark was nominally quoted around
40.05 for the so-called free or gold mark, and around 12.00-

Rumania.

12.52 for registered marks.

City banks showed

and investments to

a

rise of $165,000,000 in their loans

a

total of $9,843,000,000

on

Nov. 27,

tations

New

in

also

were

Nov. 20 the commercial advances of the banks in 101 cities

increased $162,000,000 to $4,908,000,000, a new high on the
move and a figure slightly above the peak reached in 1937.
Total loans and investments

of the banks in 101 cities rose
$455,000,000 to a new high at $24,944,000,000, with loans
accounting for $220,000,000 of the rise and investments for
$235,000,000. These banks showed increases of $72,000,000
in Treasury bills, $39,000,000 in Treasury notes,
$101,000,000 in Treasury bonds and $83,000,000 in Government
guaranteed issues. Other securities declined $60,000,000 to
the $3,605,000,000 level.
Demand deposits—adjusted were
up $318,000,000 to $21,961,000,000.
In the four weeks from Oct. 30 to Nov. 27 reporting New
York Citv banks' loans to brokers and dealers in securities'—

so-called brokers' loans—increased $49,000,000 to a
total of $339,000,000.
Expansion in Government security
dealers' portfolios accounted for perhaps half of this in¬
the

Other loans for

purchasing or carrying securities
$6,000,000 to a total of $163,000,000.
Street
loans, as compiled by the New York Stock Exchange, in¬
creased
$13,396,860 during November to $362,322,660
Nov. 30 from $348,925,800 Oct. 31.
A year ago on Nov. 30,
1939, the amount of these loans outstanding was $573,871,683.
crease.

increased

COURSE

The

OF

New

STERLING

York

EXCHANGE

market

for

the

DURING

NOVEMBER

Great Britain's

both for
registered sterling, became increasingly
quiet during November, but on the whole the market was
largely an extension of that which prevailed since the end
free and official

of August.
for

the

part

within

an

extremely

narrow

range

of

The restricted character of free market dealings resulted

largely

from

steps

taken

by

the

London

authorities

to

tighten exchange restrictions, of which perhaps the most im¬
portant was the regulation which took effect on Nov. 23,

providing for
the

"blocked" sterling accounts to prevent
exchange of certain capital pay¬
to non-residents.
The proceeds of such capital pay¬

ments
ments

are now

to be transferred into these blocked accounts.

Throughout the month free sterling kept close to the rates
for official or registered, sterling.
increasingly evident in November that the London
authorities were intensifying their endeavors to increase
It

was

All Empire countries were making equally
determined efforts in this direction.
This was seen in plans
dollar

resources.

under consideration in Canada to increase tariff duties
new

model automobiles,

from

refrigerators and other equipment

the

three

four

or

dollar-

Nov. 25 attributed to Sir Kingsley

weeks, presumably the last weeks in October
November, British war spending

amounted

had

£14,000,000

to

that the average

day, receding,

a

however,

for the first 77 days of the second

so

year

£9,100,000.

was

Chancellor predicted

The

greater outlay in the future, and

a

said that "it would indeed cause

dismay if this expenditure

increase further—providing

and did not

increased

had not

always the increase means output and not merely senseless
increase in

prices, wages, or wasteful use of our resources."

The Bank of

England, in its statement for the week ended

Nov. 27, showed an increase in gold holdings for the sixth
successive

week.

amounted

to

The

total

£517,000.
The
Nov. 27 stood at £593,346,000,
high
the

gain
as

note

Oct.

16

circulation

gold

in

Bank's

on

since

compared with the record

of Aug. 14 of £613,906,516 and with circulation

as

on

comparable date a year ago of £528,660,119.

Gold

continued

flow

to

the

to

United

States

in

large

amounts, reaching on Nov. 27 the record high of $21,755,-

The November bulletin of the United States Treas¬

000,000.

Department showed a net inflow of new capital from
abroad in the first year of the European war of $806,831,000.

ury

This

accession

funds

in

the

increased

United

the

amount

States to

the

of

foreign
total

record

of

banking
$3,601.-

419,000.
According to the bulletin, while most other countries

were

increasing their balances here from Aug. 30,1939, to Sept. 4,

1940, the United Kingdom withdrew $320,924,000.
withdrawals, consisting primarily of

a

British

reduction of $157,-

321,000 in deposits and liquidation of $158,428,000 in United
States securities, in addition to heavy gold sales, were used
to finance purchases of war materials.
Sales of securities
are those reported by
banks, brokers and dealers and do
not include sales made through

other channels.

On Nov. 20 the Federal Reserve banks reported gold held
under earmark at $1,744,098,683.
It was generally believed,
without

any

the

greater

part

means

of verification, that a large if not

of this earmarked gold

was

for

British

account.

According to the United States Department of Commerce,
the United Kingdom had at the beginning of 1940 total in¬
vestments in this country

of $2,800,000,000.
This was made
$1,180,000,000 in American securities,
$1,168,000,000 in direct and other investments, and $455,-

of

holdings

of

000,000 in short-term investments.
According to some authorities, England
end of October placed orders in the United

materials

approximating

through April, 1942.

$2,500,000,000

to

had

up to
States for

be

the
war

delivered

In some responsible quarters it was

asserted in November that the British Purchasing Commis¬
here had
spent or contracted' to pay more than
$4,000,000,000 for aircraft, munitions, ships and commodi¬

sion

ties.

for by
other

Part of these obligations had been or, could

be paid
British exports not only to the United States but to

countries, and

so

need not necessarily seriously

de¬

plete its visible resources here.
On Nov. 7 the New York Bankers Foreign
mittee

announced

Foreign

Exchange

on

United

States

Exchange Com¬

the

receipt of advices from the London
Committee that the Bank of England

had decreed that British banks should

Swiss

no

longer pay interest

of pounds
The ruli*$ was made retroactive to Oct. 15.
By

ing for further machine tools and supplies in the United

registered account*




future

on

and the first week or so in

sterling

The trend was likewise reflected in orders in Sep¬

view to estimating

daily for the first 77 days .of the second year.
Earlier in November Sir Kingsley Wood stated that for

in Canada's own factories which might necessitate contract¬

States.

a

changes

these

during the first year of the war and had averaged £9,100,000

on

United States, as well as in Canadian
plans to suspend developments of all sorts of new models

coming

of

Chancellor

new

transfer into foreign

countries

of the Exchequer, statements that the
had drained £5,300,000 daily from the British Exchequer

up

$4.03%-$4.0474.

expenditures, with

London dispatches of

or

The unofficial rate for the pound sterling fell

most

war

probable effects
sterling relations.

but

pound sterling,

the

suspended,

the

war

Open market paper increased $3,000,000 to $82,000,000. As for investments, the New York
Citv banks showed increases of $40,000,000 in Treasury
bills, $136,000,000 in Treasury bonds and $79,000,000 in
Government guaranteed issues and reductions of $3,000,000
in Treasury notes and $180,000,000 in other securities.
Demand deposits—adjusted were $194,000,000 higher in the
four weeks at a new peak of $10,225,000,000, while domestic
bank deposits increased $86,000,000 to $3,826,000,000.
The commercial loan showing of the weekly reporting
banks in 101 cities was better than that of the reporting
New York City banks.
In the four weeks from Oct. 23 to

currencies of

the

was concentrated largely on the
England to increase its gold holdings
home and the value of its dollar credits here, and on

mercial, industrial and agricultural loans in the four weeks

1937.

for

efforts of the Bank of

Wood,

best level since

York

Germany, and quotations for the Greek drachma

The attention of bankers

with loans accounting for $93,000,000 of this increase and
investments for $72,000,000 of it.
The expansion in com¬
from Oct. 30 to Nov. 27 amounted to $41,000,000, raising
the total to $1,868,000,000, a new high on the move and the

The Italian lira in a nominal
5.05. There were no quo¬

market continued to be quoted at

at

York

American commercial bank rates for official

sterling continued at $4.02 buying and $4.04 selling.

mark.

reporting New

the Indian Reserve

continued

invaded by

As for member bank credit conditions, the

month to

a

Bank in return for an equivalent amount of rupees.

depositaries aggregating $107,000,000. Foreign
deposits in the Reserve banks, continuing to increase, were
$61,462,000 higher at a total of $1,153,293,000, while other
deposits were reduced by $35,460,000 to the $532,137,000
on

holding dollar balances to

persons

offer them for sale within

®r

registered accounts

was meant
on

what is usually referred to
page

53)

New York Stock

Exchange

MONTHLY AND YEABLY RECORD

RANGE OF BOND PRICES DURING NOVEMBER 1940
November
Jan. 1 to Nov. 30
NOTICE

—.

1939

$151,685,000
1,869,983,000

November

1939

1940

--.-£Aares-

19,225,03$
244,256,18$

20,887,311
189,203,091

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30——

disregarded in the month's range unless they are the only transactions of the month, and when selling
shown in a footnote In the month In which they occur.
No account Is taken of such sales In computing the

Oasb and deferred delivery sales are

outside of the
range

Stock Saks

1940

$159,006,000
1,458,201,000

Bond Sales

regular monthly range are
for the year.

The tables on pages 19 to 40 famish a complete record of the
November 1940, and the range for 1940.
They need no extended

transactions on the New York Stock Exchange during
introduction, as they are self-explanatory. The tables
We give bonds first, using the classification adopted in the official list*.

embrace every security dealt in on the Exchange.
The italic letters in the column headed "Interest Period" indicate in each case the month when the bonds mature.
In accordance with the rule

adopted by the New York Stock Exchange in 1909, all quotations for interest-paying bonds
price to which accrued interest must be added.
The exceptions to the rule are income bonds and bonds on which
interest is in default.
This method of quoting bonds became effective Jan. 2, 1909.
Quotations after decimal point repre¬
sent one or more 32ds of a point.

are at a

Sales in
November

S3

BONDS

l<2

n. t. stock exchange

Value

JP rice

|'C

'

!

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

AJa\
'Jan. 2,
i<
1940

Bid

Ask

Nov. I

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

Bid

RANGE SINCE JAN.

Lowest

Ask

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

1

Highest
Sale Prices

U S GOVERMENT BONDS

__1947-1952fA

40,000 Treasury 4J4s
14,000
Registered
03,000 Treasury 4s..
7,000
Registered
14,000 Treasury 3*48
1,000

o

119.31 Sale

..194^-1954 J

D

114.28 Sale

121.2

122.13 122.16 121.3

121.5

10 122.18

1~14~.6~

117

June

10 122.14

111.18

June 10 115.6

Apr.

114.25 Sale

Nov. 22

111.21

May 29 115.3

Apr.

Nov. 25

111.16

June 10 116.14

Nov. 25

117.2

Nov. 18122.14

Nov. 27

113.29

Nov.

Nov.

9

114.3

113729 Sale" 11473

Nov. 26

122

119.29 Sale
.......

June

6 122.18

Nov. 22 114.3

115.24

Nov.

Nov.

1114.16

Registered

Iis7f

riVi" 11677"

lib'.io

Nov. 18 115.24

Nov. 18

114.1

Aug.

104.21 Sale

10278

102712

Sale

101.31

Nov. 29,102.10

Nov.

7

101.31

Nov. 29 104.24

Jan.

5

109720 lib"

108.7

108.10 108.4

108.6

108.7

Nov. 26*108.11

Nov.

8

107.16

May 31 109.30

Jan.

4

108.3

Nov. 28 108.8

Nov. 14

108.2

Aug.

109.21

Mar.

4

105713

10377"

103~I6 103""

10372

103

Nov.22il03.ll

Nov. 12

103

Nov.

105.17

Jan.

4

103.9

1941-1943JM 8

-

Sept.

103.9

Sept. 10

102.2

9 116.4

......1943-1947 /

Treasury ZHa
3,000
Registered
21,000 Treasury ZXa

)

......

.....1941 |F( A

Sale

Registered..

194S-1945JA

........

O

109727

Sale

1944-1946]A O li67l2 Side

108.18 108.21 108.15 108.17 108.14

109719 Sale" 109717 l"09~.l9

Nov. 12

107.12

June

110.1

Jan.

4

Nov. 27 108.22

Nov. 12

107.11

June

109.30

Jan.

11

109.16

Nov. 29 109.27

Nov.

9

107.30

June

110.21

Apr.

6

Nov. 29 108.26

Nov.

7 109.22

Nov.

7

107.29

June

110.14

Mar. 29

113.12 112.5

Nov.

4 113.12

Nov. 27

108.23

June

113.12

111.2

Aug.

111.29

Nov. 27
Mar. 23

114.26 114.27

Nov. 23 115.1

Nov. 27

109.14

May

115.1

Nov. 27

111.14

Nov.

4 112.19

Nov. 26

108.6
110.17

June

112.19

Nov. 26

Jan.

110.17

Jan.

111.20

1 113.10

Nov. 27

107.20

June

113.10

Nov. 27

112.30

Nov.
Nov.

9 112.30

Nov.

108

112.30

Nov.

109.1

Nov.

4 111.8

Nov. 27

104.20

May
May

111.8

Nov. 27

108.31

Nov.

4 110.25

Nov. 12

104.28

June

110.25

Nov. 12

1 110.3

109.22

...........

1946-1949}/

-

Registered..

D

III7io 11T.13 11275

D

111727 112*4" 113" 11373" 114723

D

i!57l8 Sale"

fl2".8" 11379"

...

......1949-1952 J

Treasury 3)48...
Registered......

....

83,000 Treasury 3s.........

..1946-1948 /

ni7i5 ivr.18 112719 112722

Registered.

Treasury 3s.....

1951-1955 M

......

S,

iio7lO side"" 111722 Sale" 11372

11375

Registered.............

328,000 Treasury 2J4s
5,000
Registered............
42,000 Treasury 2)4a
1,000
Registered
6,000 Treasury 2*8.

1955-1960}M S

107730 Sale"" 10973

S 109*5

Sale" 116729 l'lT.l

Sale"" 1097l8 Sale" il6"~ Sale"

1948-1951}A/ S

Registered...................

52"66O Treasury

10878

108.16

109714 109717 £16731 iiTi'

109.18

Nov.

9

106.20

Nov. 13 109.29

Nov. 13

106.20

June

109.29

Nov. 13

Nov. 27 111.12

Nov. 27

105.24

May

111.12

Nov. 27

Nov.

S

9

167712 side"" 108720

108.23

11673

Sale"

108.21

Nov.

4 110.6

Nov. 26

104.16

May

110.6

Mar.

108.14

Oct.

Sale"

110.2

110.5

108.3

Nov.

1 110.13

Nov. 27

103.24

110.13

Nov. 27"

107.28

Mar. 18:

103.13

May
May
May
June

107.21

Oct.

103.15

June

110.18

Nov. 27

Apr.

107.29

106.18

June

109.13

Apr.
Apr.

Nov. 15

105713

May 24 Iio""
May 28 108.16

Nov. 15
Oct.

107.14

D

*106720 Side"

107.31 Sale

110.2

D

109713

107729 108"

ii67lO Sale" i07.31 No"v."2 iid."l~8 N"o~v."27

106.20

Sale

107.31

Nov.

1 110.8

Nov. 26

...

1945 J

D

108723

108.28

108729 109"

166710 109713 108731 Nov."

4

16676" Nov."25

110.8

Nov. 26.
24

Nov. 26:

16

4
5

.......

"looo

Treasury 2143.....
62,000 Treasury 2)4s

1948]M S

1949-1953 J
D
Registered
Treasury 2 Ha
1950-1952 M ft
120,000 Treasury 2)4s...............1951-19531
D
143,000 Treasury 2Ha
...1954-1956 / D
12,000
Registered
28,000 Treasury 2s..
D
..1947 J
27,000 Treasury 2s
D
.....1948-1950 J

107.18 107.24

108.28 108.31 110.12 110.15 110
108.9
106.25
Sale

Nov. 15 110

105.13 Sale

106.25 Sale

Nov.

1 108.16

Nov, 27

103.2
103.3

June

105.17 Sale

106.31 Sale

106.31

Nov.

1 108.15

Nov. 29

103.4

102.31 Sale

104.20 104.23 105.29 106

104.21

Nov.

2 106.3

Nov. 26

101.7

May 24 108.15
May 24 106.3

104.3

Sale

105.22 105.25 104.1

102.2

104.18 104.23

106.2

106.5

107.8

......

4l"666

108.11 Sale

Nov.

103

103.6

...

104.28 104.31 106.12 106.15 104.29

2 106.1

Nov. 26

Nov.

7 105.13

Nov.

104.12
107.11 106.4

4 107.1

Y

R

10279"

D

..1944 1964 M

....

1953-1955

:

Sale"

103722

Federal Farm Mortgage Corp

3)4s

108.11 108.16

108.6

108.10 108.16

Sale

108.3

Sale

103.25

Nov.

4 106.15

10278" Nov7~4 103725

108.20^108.5

Nov.lo'

Nov.

2 108.22

Nov.

1 108.16

Nov. 18

Nov. 19 108.12

Nov. 19

Nov. 23

6 106.5

Nov. 27
II

Nov. 29«
Nov. 26.

July 23 100.1

101.14

Nov. 26.

Oct. 22 105.13
June 10 107.1
June
4 106.15

Nov. 18 103.26
Nov. 15, 102.28
Nov. 20 101.13

Registered................

65,000

Nov.

106721 Sale" 10873

......

Treasury 2s

110.3

103.14

D

RQSlsfcrcd

57~o66 .Treasury 2HV"SSSSS"SSSSSSSlZ58-i9Q3 /
1
Registered.......
358,000 Treasury 2^8..
1960-1965 J

104",000

June

107.29

1956-1959 M

8,000 Treasury 2 Ha
Registered....

9

110.10

....

141,000 Treasury 2J4s.

Registered........

25

107.24

...1951-1954 /

254s
Registered........

9

109.29

1945-1947JM
........

....

------

Nov. 18

108.15

14L000 Treasury 3)48
14,000
Registered........
78,000 Treasury 3)4s
1,000
Registered....
29,000 Treasury 3)48

'

2 115.24

......

li'ooo

2,000

4
3

114.22 114.28

Registered

oo'ooo

Nov. 27

115.24

.......1946-1956 M S

49,000 Treasury 3Hs

"3",000

Nov. 26

Nov. 18

May 23 104.8
11 103.25

101.25

Oct.

105.22

June

8 108.24

105.20

May

24|i08.21

Nov. 15
Nov. 20
Mar. 15

Nov. 20

Apr.
Apr.

6

1944-1949 M N

108.12

J

105.12

Nov. 19

1942-1947 /

105.7

Nov. 19 108.12

3b

103.16 103.20 103.10 103.14

103.16

8

105.8

103.16 103.20 103.10 103.14

103.9

May 15 105.15
May 23 105.2

9-

1942-1947 M

105.2

Jan.

214s

13,000
2,000

108.8

Jan.

24

Apr,

4

3s

108.11 108.14 108.3
108.12

Registered

Home Owners Mortgage Corp—
76,000
gs Series A
1944-1952 M N

107.24 108

107.28 108

Sale

107.27

Nov.

104.17 104.22

103.15 103.18 103.11 Sale

103.11

101.15 101.24

102.15 102.18 103.2

102.17

Nov. 29 103.17
Nov. 2 102.30

108.2

2 108.10

9

105.4
103.1

May 31 108.12
Feb. 23 107.17
June
4 104.25

Feb. 23

Nov. 16
Nov. 12

100.6

June

Nov. 12:

Nov.

107.17

Registered

16,000
3,000

2)4s Series Q
1

HB series M

NEW YORK

1942-1944 J
......1945-1947 /

/

D

103.5

8

4 102.30

Mar.

7

CITY

Transit Unification Issue—

4,778,000

1980 J D

3% corporate stock

98 X

Sale

102

Sale

88*4 May 21 102 £4 nov.

9854 Nov.

4 102 Vs Nov.

21*4 Nov.

7

22

Nov. 26

20

21

6

22

Nov. 20

20

Oct

40

Apr.
May
May
May
May
May
June

8

»

FOREIGN GOVT & MUNICIPALS
Agricultural Mtge Bk (Colombia)

3,000
6,COO

13",6O6

iOtd sink fund 6s...........1947 F A

iGtd sink fund 6s..........1948 A O
Akershus (Klngdof Norway) 4a. 1968 M a
lAntloquta (Dep tof) Ool 7f A—1945 J j\

^External s f 7s series B
18,000
...1945
^External s f 7s series O
4,000
1945
A External s f 7s series d..
19,000
1945
a7s 1st series...............1957
7,000
a7s 2d series
16,000
1957
a7s 3d series
7,000
1957
19,000 Antwerp (Oity( extl loan 5s
1958
Argentine Nation (Govt of)—
8 f external 4H«_.
283,000
1948
293,000
Sinking fund external 4 His...1971
8 f external eonv lean 4s. Feb 1972
284,000
fl f external coot loan 4s.. Apr 1972
175,000
......

For footnotes

eee

page 30.




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MN
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21
21

22

22

22

94

j
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25

31

25

31
9

27

17
18
17
17
15
16

13 H

Sale

86*4

69

21*4

9*4
9*4
8

4

854
8H
8H
8H

17X

Sale

Sale

10*4

22

m

23

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9

Nov. 28

8

9

9

8

9

9

Nov. 28
Nov. 28

8h Nov. 29
8H Nov. 19
8*1 Nov. 27
8 HI Nov. 28

10

8

9

8^8
13*4
854

8

m
SJi

20

8
8

12

Sale

94 H Sale
88
Sale

6654

Sale

75*4 Sale
6654 Sale

80*4 Sale
79)4

61
61

Sale

62

Sale

Sale

62

Sale

80

Sale

Nov.

12

Nov. 30

9*4 Nov.
9H Nov.
9*4 Nov. 15
9*4 Nov. 15
854 Nov.
9
8% Nov. 18
8 54 Nov.
7
1754 Nov. 4

75
66 H
60
60

Nov. 29

80

Nov.' 1

Nov.

1

72*4 Nov. 13

Nov.

6

.Nov.

6

64 % Nov. 13
64 Hi Nov. 13

8

7H
7H
7 H

7*4
7*4
7*4
12

June

7
14

10
23
22
24
24
31
17
May 28

28 H Feb. 1629
Feb. 15»
60
Mar. 13,

1554 Feb.

15?

16

15.
14

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15
Feb.
14M Feb.
14H Feb.

14*3

Nov. 30

77

70*4 July 16
61*4 June 12
54 *3 July 15

95

55*4 July

15

Feb.

15 *4 Feb.

14
1

15.

Feb. 15Apr
4

96*4 Mar.
Mar.
87*4 Mar.
87 H Mar.

6.
7^
7~
7.*

1

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Value

||

BONDS

Sales in
November

Ask
Bid
FOREIGN GOVT ^Continued)—
J
J
Sale
87
288,000 Australia 5s of 1925-_- July 16 1055
External loan 5s of 1927
1957 M S 83 % Sale
145,000
79
External g 4%sof 1928
1956 MN 75
292,000
J
J
8
7
6,000 ^Austrian Govts f7s—----—J057
F A
UM
11,000 iBavaria (FreeState) ext 6%s_.1945
M S
Sale"
1949 J J 100
46,000 Belgium 25-yr external 6%s
94 % Sale
External s f 6s
1955
10,000
102 M 103%
External s f 7s__-_---1955
10,000
22
U
ABeriin (Germany) s f 6 Ma
1950
16,000
22
13 s/
iExternat sinking fund 6s
1958
6,000
17.. Sale
ABrazil (U S of) external 8s
1941
375,000
13M Sale
AExtl s f g 6Ms of 1926
1957
580,000
14% Sale
AExtl s f 6%s of 19271957
280,000
Sale
13
ACent Ry 30-year g 7s
1952
247,000

%

6,000
8,000

Extl readjust
s

4%s-4%s

4,000
23,000

14", 656
16",600

ACologne

230,000
215,000
~

OcJ

-^a
AColombia Mtge Bank 6 Hs
ASinkingfund 7s of 1926
4,666
ASinking fund 7s of 1927
2,000
a6s of 1927—--------

2,000
1,000
1,000
5,000
685,000
37,000
40,000
3,000
4,000
78,000
36,000
36,000

ACosta Rica

49

Nov.

8

1

49

Nov.

8

1
1

49% Nov.
50% Nov.

8
8

11%
11%

14%
20

7%

O

J

MN

F

A

J

J

J

J

J
MN

J
J

M S
3

J

101

Sale

106

Sale

96%

96%

93%
96%
88%
88%

Sale
Sale
89
Sale
15%

O

14

A

O

Sale
13%
17 "" Sale

Sale
16%
17%
13%
13

Sale

16%

Sale
13%
17%

13
M S

16%

M S

13

Sale

M S

16%

Sale

M S

13

Sale

MN

16%

MN

13

Sale
13%
16%
Sale
17%
Sale
17

J
J

D

14%

D

12

D

14%

D

12

O

14%

O

12

13

1941

1949
1949

1964
—1968
1968

a6s part paid
11.000
Haiti (Rep of) 6s series A
1952
42,000
AHamburg (State) 6s_------—1946
7,000
AHeidelberg (City) extla f 7%s__1950
4,000
Helsingfors (City) ext 6%s.-—1960
Hungarian Cons Municipal Loan—
ASecured s f g 7 Ma
...-1945
11,000
ASecured s f g 7s_
___.Septl946
2,000
AHungarian Land Mtge7%s A..1961

30

92%

92

Sale

82

Sale

80

81%
12%
28
28

Sale

MN
J

J

_

70%
16%
100%

42%
75
25

100% 103
99

75

74

Hill
Sale

58

Sale

47%

A

O

A

O

81

10

11

—

—

Sale

70%

74

71
71

36

29

mtm

...

-

74

O

71
71

72

MN

-

—

—

-

-

22

22%

22

22

23

21%

26

21

22

19

24

21

22

71%

75

76%

80

16%
15
18%
101%
101% 103
101

102

.

98

52%
102%

53% Sale
107

11%
36%
35%

80

75%

75

13%

32

10%
10%
32%
29%
28%

56%

74

52%

Sale
Sale

31

50%

54%
Sale

13%

50%
50

13

15

42

50

67
Sale
Sale

90

M S

40 ?! Sale

MN

11%
19%
101% 104

70
25

108

F

8%

Sale
8

6

Sale

11

7%

M JV
A

AO

A

J

A

O

12%
23%
18%
14%
84%

25

7

30

Sale

9%

27
15%

Sale

Oct.

29

14

Jan.

Nov. 18

15

Apr. 11

61

May

78

June

Nov. 14

58% May
59% May

4

Nov. 25

6

•

—

—

w

27

~

12

6%
6%
25

57
48

Sale

61

7%
9%
9%
28%
60
Sale

33% Sale
31% Sale

J

3

F

A

64

Sale

MN

48

Sale

Jan.

9

89

88% Jan.
11% Oct.

10
23
27% Nov. 4
Oct.
27
8

Mar.

14% Aug.
May
9% June

10

24

June

27% Nov.

Sept.

24

17

Nov. 18

12

June

12% Nov. 29

11

July

13 % Nov. 29
Nov. 29
13

12

June

13 % Nov. 29
12 % Nov. 29
13 % Nov. 19

12

12%
13%
12%
13%

Nov. 29
Nov. 15
Nov. 29
Nov. 19

13

Nov. 30

13% Nov. 6
12 % Nov. 19
11 % Nov. 12
11% Nov. 26

17*

June

14% Mar.

9

16% Jan.

9

12

June

14% Apr. 22
17

9

June

Mar.

4
9

Jan.

8

May

8

16

10% June

10% June

Jan.

14%
16%
14%
16%
13%

J an.

5

9

Jan.

6

5

June

Jan.

23

11 % Nov. 15

9
11

16
14

Jan.

11% Nov. 27

Nov. 14

Nov.

16

Jan.

4

9

11% Nov. 25
11% Nov. 29
11% Nov. 29

9
11

June

13% Jan.

25

Nov.

17% Apr.

11

10% Nov.
11

10

Nov. 19
Nov.
6

Nov. 18

13% Apr. 25

1

13

8% July
3

Mar.

Apr. 17
Nov. 23

June

1

27

Nov. 23

12% Apr.

27

27% Nov. 29
27% Nov. 27

29

Nov. 15

22

20% Nov. 20
71% Nov. 7

23% Nov. 4
77% Nov. 29

13

8

34% Mar.

21% Nov. 1
21 % Nov. 13
21% Nov. 27

15% May
15% May
20
May
20
Aug.
20% Aug.
16
Apr.
15% Apr.
65% June

29% Nov. 29

16

Nov.

102
96

Nov. 27

100

93

104

June

4

Nov. 15
1

Jan.

73

8

75

31

75

49

Nov.

6

49

Nov.

49

Nov.

6

50

Nov.

1

49

Nov.

68

50

Nov.

8

55

Nov. 28

50

Nov.

26% Nov.

2

27

Nov.

11% June 18

6
6
8

1

40

8% Nov. 20

90
26

Nov. 30

27

Nov.

71

Nov.

75

Nov. 19

6

1

80

57%

70

57% Nov. 27

57% Nov. 27

14%
7%

Sale
Sale

13% Nov. 19
7% Nov. 6

14% Nov. 8
8% Nov. 13

Sale
Sale

14% Nov. 22
8% Nov. 18

17

26% Nov. 12

27

Nov.

4

9% Nov.

4

Nov.

1

Aug. 30
May 17

40

,

Jan.

7

2

9% Nov. 13
58

Nov. 20
Nov. 23

26% Nov. 12
26% Nov. 13

9 % Nov. 13
9
Nov. 19

8% Jan. 23
5% Feb.
8

10% Jan.

2
6% Apr. 29

4

1

58
7

Nov. 23

June

7

16

Nov. 28

58

Nov.

16%
61%
43%

62
Sale

43% Nov. 30

32

Sale

30

30%
68%
54%

Sale
Sale

28% Nov. 19

6

Nov. 19

64

Nov.

1

48

Nov.

1

Nov. 23

10

Nov. 15

Nov. 15

9
61% Nov. 28
49% Nov. 6
33% Nov. 1
25% Nov.

Nov.
7
72% Nov. 8
55% Nov.l 4

32

16
Feb. 23
53% Feb. 14
80

Mar. 13

20% June 17
17

June 24

25% June 18
18% June 24
Nov.
1
Aug.
2
21% Apr. 24
16% Feb. 24
90
Jan. 18
27
Oct. 28
27
Nov. 23

22

Nov.

7

Mar. 23
Nov.
4

27

Nov.

7

27

3

27

9%

75

July 18
9% Nov. 13
7% May 15

9

65

7% Nov.

75% Mar. 18
75% May
1

Nov.
1
May 27 27
Jan. 18
July 12 105
92
Apr.
9 92% Apr. 16
Apr. 19
45% July 12 118
Apr. 24
106
Jan.
3 109

27

5% Nov. 29

13

Apr.
1
Mar. 15

9]
40]

18

11

Mar. 13

75% Apr.

31

Oct.

7% Nov.

17

63% Mar. 13
55% Mar. 13

Oct.

4

7

81% Apr. 22
14% June 27
13% Feb. 26

8% Sept.
8% Aug.
20
Apr.
18% Apr.
17% Apr.

41

Apr.

6
102% Mar. 13
5
103% Apr.
101% Jan. 26
62
Apr.
5

May

35% Nov.
31% Nov.

Nov.

Mar.

21

July

70

Mar. 13

85

51% Aug.

75% Nov. 29
13% Nov. 19
11% Nov. 6

Nov.

Feb.
9
Feb. 13
Jan. 27
Mar. 13

49

June

98

Feb.

26%
27%
26%
52%

May
97 % June

Nov. 15

103

Nov.

11

Nov. 22
Nov. 19

54% Nov. 20

53% Nov.
74

Nov. 14

102% Nov. 15

102% Nov.
Nov.
96
102

25

16%

Nov.

Nov. 28

21% Nov. 13

4
21

34

Nov.

29

Mar.

10% Nov. 16

12

50

5

10

17

June
July
June
June
June

50

Sale
7%

Jan.

June

49

5

9

12

8

5%

2
2
9

10%
12%
10%
12%
10%

Nov. 30

9%

2

Jan.

14% Mar.

10% June

Nov.

8

17

Jan.

Apr. 27

Jan.

54% Nov. 30
50% Nov. 4

57%
68
26% Sale
27%
51%
60

Oct.

14% Mar.

10% June

55

9

17
4

Oct.

10
10

4

10% June
9% June
11% July

8

27
51

3

10
2
3

49

14%
8%

9

Jan.

1

Sale
75

\o

96% Jan.
93% Jan.
96% Jan.

1

9
24%

16

11% Nov. 26

.

10% Nov.

56%

Feb.

107

27

30% Nov.
28% Nov.
27% Nov.

27%

64%

D

M 8

67% Mar. 14
45% Apr.
4

66

8

Sale

A

F

25

Nov.

—

69%

Sale

MN
3

July

Nov.

71

16%
9%

7
MN

June 26

31

Nov.

26

7% Sale
MN

40

50

47%

90

7%

9%

^ "10%

24%

14

16
90

O

3

65
July 31
65% Feb. 17
63% Mar. 13

101% Jan.

105%

O

65
July 31
38% June 12
39% June 11
41
June 12

50

8%

Sale
73
75

51

13

49

25
27

24

Sale

54

7% Sale
49%

Jan.

10% Mar. 18

54% Sale
52%
67
54%
56

55

Sale
50

19

26
1
8
8
8
25
36

11% Nov.
10 % Nov. 14

Sale

30

1
19
5

87% Feb.

78

June

27% Nov.

11% Nov.
10% Nov.

Sale

Sale

12

June

83% Nov. 14
10% Nov. 25

Nov. 4
Nov. 4
Nov. 8
Nov. 15
Nov. 13
Nov. 19
Nov.
7
Nov.
Nov.

102

17%

June

May 29
4% June 13

42

May

23

22

22

33

69

14

11%

12
6% Feb. 13
Nov.
12% Jan. 30 27
July 15 102% Mar.
30% July 16 100% Apr.
Mar.
35
May 17 108
12
June 18
26% Nov.
Nov.
7% June 10 27
10% June 11 23% Mar.
8% June 12 18% Mar.
8% June 12
18% Mar.
8% June
6 18% Jan.
33
June 12
79
Jan.

32

72

83

6
11% Nov.
7
12% Nov. 8
11% Nov. 6
13
Nov. 18

12 %

24
June 28

83

12 % Nov.

11%

Jan.

Nov. 15

27% Nov.

11%
13%

15

24

84

Nov. 15

Nov.

26% Nov.

27% Sale
27
27%

10

3D

—

Jan.

91

95% Nov. 15
86% Nov. 14

102

93% Nov.
80% Nov.
80% Nov.
10% Nov.
26% Nov.
26% Nov.

11%
12%
11%
13%

Sale Prices

90% Jan.

June 11
June
7

27

70%

O

D

-

Sale

21% Sale

50

A

J

-

-

—

—

m

38
34

1

Highest

Sale Prices
39
June 12

4
2

26%

Sale
13%
14%
12 M
11% Sale
15
13 H
13%
12%
11% Sale
12% Sale
13%
13%
12%
12% Sale
11% Sale
13%
13%
12%
12%
11% Sale
13%
13%
12%
13
12%
11%
11%
13%
13%
12%
Sale
13
11% Sale
13% ; 13 %
12%
12%
11%
11%
15
11%
11%
10
~Io% 11% Sale
17%
11%
11%
10
"16% 11% Sale
11%
11%
10
"16% 11% Sale
11%
11%
10
"16% 11% Sale
11%
11
11%
10% Sale
6%
8%
6%
8%

102

7% Nov.
8% Nov.

26% Nov. 12

28

14
,

'12%

101

Nov. 28

25

Sale

49

A

M S

27%

«

14

27

11%

13^
67%

M S

80

97

57% Sale"
100% 102%

82

40

95% Nov. 15

Nov.
Nov.

92% Nov.

93%
81%

92%

94%
Sale

7% Nov. 4
7% Nov. 18

99

Sale

90

Nov. 13

92

Sale

99

Sale

21

A

—

f7%88eriesB
—1961
54,000 Hungary v%s ext at 4%i to—--J979
Irish Free State external 5s
1960
15,000
417,000 Italy (Kingdom) extl s f 7s.. —-1951
Italian Cred Consortium 7s B—1947
11,000
Altallan Public Utility • t g 7«~1952
93,000
348,000 Japanese Govt extl s f 6 Ma—... -1954
Extl sinking fund 5Ma
1965
470,000

Sale

8%
8%

Sale

26

26%

30%

D

D




1

1946 MN

J

30.

9%115
7
11

34

Sale

21

6%s ser A.1958

For footnotes see page

14%
20
12 Mf l3
15 W Sale

46% Nov.
47% Nov.

41

5%
7%

3

D

AS

92%
99%
92%
83%
93%
80%
80%
11%

50

48%

34%

7%

O

F

Nov. 26

48

Sale

1947 A

J

6

.

46

27% Sale
27% Sale

J

aS f secured 6s—.

8

O

A35-year 5 Ks stamped
1965
a5%b unstamped
___.1965
a5usstpd (Canadian holder).1965
AGerman Republic 7s stamped..1949 A
120,000
a7s unstamped
.-.--.-1949
21,000
German Prov & Communal Bks—-

"Y.660

5%

46% Sale
47% Sale
32%
36

1961 A
1961 J

ACertificates

secured 7s.

8%

9
13

Estonia

AGreek Govt

7

27

17

MN

420,000
37,000

13,000

Sale

14

13%

MN

1955
1962

A(Cons Agric L'n)

58%

14

32

15

12%
9

A

43

55

3

external loan
1949
external debt
1977
30-year s f 5Ma----- -—oTf in51
APublic Works 5^s -June 30 1945
ACzechoslovak (Rep of) extl 8s__1951
ASink fund 8s series B_. _ -.1952
Denmark 20-yr external gold.6s.1942

unstamped
stamped

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

1

MN

7s unstamped
German Gov't International—

55% Nov. 13

22
22
20
22
52
Nov. 19
49% Nov. 27
62
Nov. 20
8
Nov. 12
18%
14%
14%
16%

Nov.

4 Ma
4 Ma

7%s

49

47

71
7

1

46

(Rep of)1 7s
1951
5s of 1904
1944 M S
F A
Ser A of 1914.-1949

External s f 7s

51'

48%

Nov.

45% Nov.

J

of deposit
(Republic) 7s„-.
1967
Finland (Rep of) external 6s
1945
AFrankfort (City of) s f 6%s.. —1953
11,000
French Republic 7 Ma stamped—1941
17,000

"9",000

Nov.
Nov. 29

50
49

27

Sale

J

1942
2,000 Dominican Republic: ■ f 5 %s
1st ser 5 Kb of 1926
--1940
12,000
2d series sinking fund 5 Ma
1940
8,000
Customs Adm 5%s 2d series..1961
13,000
5%s 1st series
1969
3,000
5 Us 2d series
1969
23,000
ADresden (City) extl sf 7s...—1945
9,000
El Salvador (Rep) 1st s f 8s A._.1948
52,000

Sale

36% Nov. 1
Nov.
1
26% Nov. 26
39

Sale

Cuba Rep of)
5s ext debt

External g 4%s

Sale

Sale

13% Sale
15
14%

12%

Nov. 13
Nov. Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

47%

MN

7s___

External g 5%s

17

13%

Sale

35%
26%
26%
14%
11%
11%
12%

47

A

1947
1952
—
1953
—i-—
1942

21,000 Copenhagen external 5s
Gold 4 Ma
57,000
25,000 Cordoba (Prov)uArgentina

27

33 %

Sale"

1951 J D
5|------ 1950 M S

a6s of 1928

"25""

4

Sale

1960 M S

By

27

1

Nov.

46

1960 A O
1952 MN

(Germany) s f 6%s—
(Republic of)

Sale

36%
39%

Nov.

37

45%

1961

Colombia

15

11*
11*

36%

Sale

27

Sale
58
58%
Sale
40

9%

__

AChinese Hukuang

"7",665

Sale

32

Sale

9% Nov. 30
26% Nov.
6
32% Nov. 13

57%
56%
56%
56%
38%

a6sassented
1962 MN
AGuaranteed sink fund 6s____
11,000
1962 MN
48s assented
—--—
49,000
1960 M S
2,000 AChilean Munic Loan 7sj-----a7s assented

27

Sale

52% Nov. 15
9% Nov. 15

63

A

Sale

-

48,000

36%
36%
38%
26%

"35"" "38""

_

D

F

15 1945
1961
1944
1967
1968
1954
1950
ACent Agric Bank (Ger) 7s.---AFarm Loansf6s
July 1960
1960
a6s Jan 1937 coupon on---.
AFarro loan s f 6s
Get 1960
1960
a6s Apr 1937 coupon on
1942
AChile Republic ext s f g 7s
1942
a7s assented.1960
AExtemaI sinking fund g 6s—1960
a6s assented-.--—--—
AExternal s f gold 6s
Feb 1961
1961

~7l",666

Sale

Nov.
Nov. 28

D

3

75,000
48,000
343,000
6,000
ags assented
_
*
77,000
1961
ARy ref extl s f g 6s
Jan
7,000
a6s assented----^un 1961
83,000
1961
AExtl s f 6s int ctfs
Sept
2.000
a6s assented
Sept 1961
126,000
1962
a Ext sinking fund 6s
3.0001
1962
a6s assented.
67,000
1963
lExternal sinking fund 6s
24,000
1963
a6s assented183,000
1957
3,000 AChile Mtge Bank of gu s f 6%s.
1957
lb M&assented
—.—
69,000
1961
AGuar s f gold 6% a
—
4,000
1961
a6 Ma assented.---- 23,000
1961
AGuaranteed s f gold 6s

Sale
Sale

46

75

1967
1968

266,000 Canada (Dominion) gold 4s
30-year gold 5s
:378,000
lG-year 2%s_.
Aug
136,000
25-year 3 Ma
105,000
7-year 2 Ms
91,000
30-year
68,000
30-year 3s—
76,000
2,000 ACarlst>ad (City) s f8s__-

47%
45%
9% Sale

Nov. 19

75
87
7

1984

s

52

Sale

Nov. 19

57

M S

1975

f 7s. — - - AStabilization loan 7 Ma

a Secured

Sale

9%

57

M S

1977
1976
1976

f 4 %-4 Ya

51

Sale

51
48

27

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

56% Nov.

Sale

53

A

J

|9bl

§ bonds
3%sexf srnal s f $ bonds
Bulgaria (Kingdom of)
Extl

Sale

Lowest

Highest

J

1950
1962

(Province of)
a6s stamped.-------Readjustment 4 %-4 Ma
Refunding s f 4 %-4Ma

51%

Ask

Ask Bid

Bid

Lowest

Nov. 30

1

F

Buenos Aires

251,000
89,000
60,000
58,000
32,000

90
Sale

Nov.

M S

1957
1958

6,000 Brisbane (City) a f 5s
Sinking fund gold 5s
16,000
20-year s f 6s___-_
9,000
•3,000 ABudapest (City of) 6s—

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Price
Jan. 2,
1940

stock exchange

n. y.

EXCHANGE—BONDS

May 27
May 22
22% Jan. 19
5% June 12
6
May 27
6% May
9
5% June
6
16
Nov. 28
45
July 15
34% June 12
25
June 13
23
June 13
58
Oct.
9
44% Oct. 10

75

Apr.

2

10% Mar. 18
9% Mar. 15
9
Apr. 18
9
Apr. 18
32 % Apr.
9
92
Jan.
9
72

Jan

78% Mar.

3

9

Jan.
3
91% Apr. 13
70
July
6
54 %

Sales in
November
Value

131
ife1

BONDS
exchange

n. y. stock

$
foreign govt (Concluded)
25,000 (Jugoslavia (State Mtge Bk) 78-1957
8,000 (Leipzig (City) external s f g 7s—1947
1 Lower Austria (Prov) 7 54 s
1950
43",006 (Medellin (Colombia) 654s
1954
3,000 Mendoza (Prov) 4s readj
—1954
Mexican Irrigation—
125,000
a4hs stamped assented-----1943

O

j

8

D

j

D

20

14

(City) 454s extl sink fund—1955
16", 606 APanama (Rep) external 5 ms—1953
AExtl 8 f 5s ser a—May 15 1963
Oslo

(assented)—.—-1963
(series a 1963)

1054
7054

1554
75

65 54

"7".66o

ai 54s

assented—;

—

(Stabilization loan 7s

37",666
8,000

11,000

(454s assented
—
s f 8s._—__—..
(454« assented

AExternal

8,000 APorto Alegre (City of)
AExternal loan 754s45,000

B

j

xs

1

3

54

A

O

m s
d

?s

""""""""""

A

O

p

A

91

p

A

9054 Sale

53
50

Sale

30

5754
52
71

O

J

d

27 m

80

Af 8

1754
5854
6254

70

AfN

72

.

•

•

D

ASaarbruecken (City) s

j

_

8.

754
1054

AfN
m S
a

o

a

o

F

A

m S

24", 000

Sao Paulo

9,000
27,000

«.

—

sale
11
8
7

—-

1

1454

Sale

27
83 m

91

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

May 28

7

O

9

10

6m
10

Sale
Sale

8

8m

954
854

754

9

33

Sale

5H
5X

Sale

754
10

6854 Nov.

7

1554 June 24
14 M Feb. 15
8254 Apr.
&

Sept 23
June
5
July 22

7
53

M Apr. 18

454 Nov. 26

53
49 m
Sale
40

30
28
26
20
7

4m
454
454
4m
3154

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Jan.

Nov. 15
Nov. 15

Nov. 12

32

33 x
37

27 m

33

4X
13
3

June
May
2954 May
2354 May
2054 June 12
20
June 11

1
Nov
Nov. 25

31

Nov. 20

Nov

12

IIP.

27 m
Sale

6
6

Nov.
Nov.

Sale
-----

27

62 m

10 X

Sale
10 X
Sale

*

854 Nov.
7n Nov.
854 Nov.

Nov. 26

8

Sale

9x
8m

7m Sale

454 June 13
554 June 17
454 June 14

Nov. 13

7

3

Oct.

Nov. 20

6

June

Nov. 30

654 July
854 Nov.

27
Nov.
754 Nov.
6m Nov.
10

Nov.
Nov.

954 Nov. 18
854 Nov. 18

Nov. 27
Nov.
1

12

Sept. 24

Jan.

1154 Jan.

30

41,000
96,000
49,000.
129,000
613,000
5,000
1,000

♦a8sextlloanof 1921———1936J
a8s external
1950 J
a7s extl water loan.....
1956 m
a6s extl dollar loan—
—1968 j

j
3
s
J

7s—----1940 a o

—

ASec s f g

State Mtge Inst 7s——-1945
ASinking fund gold 6 54s-Dec 1946
Serbs Croats 8c Slovenes (Kingdom)-a8s secured external---1962
23,000
a7s sales b sec external......1962
26,000
14,000 ASilesia (Prov) extl sink fund 78-1958
(454s assented—....————1958
14,000
1,000 (Silesian Landowners Assn 6s—1947
a Saxon

Sydney (City) s f g

"8-, 606
1,000
232,000

j

D

j

D

afn
Af n

J d
j d
p a

554s——1955 F A

354.-4-454% (s bonds of 1937)

External conversion
1979 AfN
354-454-4'!.% extl conv.
1978 j D
4-454-454s external readj
1978 F A
3
3 Mb external readjustment--.1984 J
"5,000 a Venetian Prov Mtge Bank 7s—1952 A O
a Vienna (City of) 6s__--------1952 mjv
awarsaw (City) external 7s
1958 F A

23",000

33.000

assented-.----—-——-1958
67!000 Yokohama (City) extl s f 6s
1961

14
34 m

11X
11
5

5
12

83 m
55 X
39

7h'
6m
3X
4X

16
12 M
— •

•

-

-

——

10m
Sale

7
8

Sale
10 m
9m

56^ Sale

52
49

52

43m
40X

43m

38m
38 m
35m

48

Sale

47

48

8

Mar. 29

6m

A

6

j

d

59

«.—-

3.

Oct.

27

18

y

2754

Nov. 27

7
27
31
1154 Mar. 9
1054 Mar. 8

103

Feb.

4l54 June

98

Jan.

15
May
5 M June

27

Oct.

59

June

4M June
7

14

5

June 11

19
7
15
23

7
27
5

June 24
June 12
Oct. 14

June 18

Apr.
1
1154 Feb. 20
Mar.
9
12
Mar. 9
61
Mar. 15
1254 Apr.
8
954 Apr. 10
22
Sept. 27
80
Mar. 25
13

" Nov. 15

5M Nov. 23
22
Sept.27
J53M Aug.
2

1054
934

1054
954

1054 Nov. 27
8m Nov. 14

h

Nov. 14

June 12

12

Apr.

2

Nov. 15

June 14

1054 Apr.

1

"1654

2454 Nov. 6
1554 Nov. 12

2554 Nov. 8
1654 Nov. 29

15
Nov. 12
13m Nov. 12
33 m Nov. 4
27
Nov.
6
2654 Nov. 18

16
Nov. 26
15M Nov. 27
40 X Nov. 27

8
Nov. 28
7
Nov. 23
354 Nov. 15
3 54 Nov. 26
27
Nov. 15

754 Nov. 9
754 Nov. 12
454 Nov. 20
4
Nov. 20
27
Nov. 15

155a

39

40

16

16 54

10 m
8m

754
6m

10 m
7

-----

ih

"4m

6

8

9
9 54

954

3354
6x
5m

"Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov.

53

60

4154

3854 Nov. 19

4254 Nov.

20
50

21
52

21

44M Nov.

24
Nov.
8
5154 Nov. 29

5M June 12

39m
40
38
—-

-----

1254

7

2

50M Nov. 28
Nov. 6

49

7

Oct.

40

4054 June
3554 Oct.

3
9

21

42m
44
49

Oct.
Jan.
^ug.

June

4154 Nov. 12

38" "Nov.

7
6

3854 "Nov." "7
43 X Nov. 16

Nov.

25

Nov. 18

25

Nov. 18

~—

2554 Nov. 8
1654 Nov. 29
16
Nov. 26
15 54 Nov. 27
40

54 Nov. 27

2754 Nov. 27
26 X Nov. 18

1554
1454
554
554

Mar. 23
Mar. 19

27
87
63
41

Nov. 15
Jan. 24
Mar. 20

Mar. 7
Apr. 16

Apr.

11

6254 July

17

2fi
8

63

Apr. 15
Mar. 20

63

Mar. 20

65

3254 June 26

5554 Apr. 15

June 11
3154 June 28
34
June 27
3654 Sept. 30
24
Aug. 17
8
May 14

53
Mar. 18
5154 Mar. 11
5654 Apr. 16
56
May 23

33

40

12

9
18

Nov. 29

39

48

1

26

5

42

38X Nov.

13
12
24
18
11

June

9

49

Nov,

12
21

655 Oct. 30
354 Oct. 11
3
June 17

51M Nov.

39
35 m

4254
4654
25

-

Nov. 29

4

13M Jan.
6
May
4M June
4M June
2054 May
1254 June
854 June

53

5254
4954
4954

3954

Sale

2754 Nov. 27
2654 Nov. 18

3954

10m

-

Mar. 19

13

12

5§

23 m

"Bo""

Sept. 16

1054 Mar. 11
11
Mar. 13
1054 Mar. 15
1054 Mar. 15
854 Feb. 26
10 M Mar. 28
1654 Feb. 17
9M Apr.
8
754 Jan. 11
7
Mar. 19

4

Sale

40

45X

24

5
23

Jan.

55

1554

47m
38 X

Mar. 26
Jan.

Apr.

59 m

16m

47 m

44X

Mar. 18
Mar; 19

8m Nov. 29
9m Nov. 26
2954 Nov. 20
554 Nov. 20
5m Nov. 23

Sale
Sale
Sale

45
39 X
22 m

Sale

Mar. 13
13

Jan

8
854
8m
9m
8m
10m
31m Sale
5X
7
5m
554

25

60
Sale
Sale
43 x
44 m
50 m
58

88

Sale

49

F

railroad and industrial
companies
J d
115.000 ♦laabitlbi Pow 8c Paper 1st 5s—1953
Adams Express coll tr g 4s-—1948 Af s
Collateral trust 4s of 1907
1947 J d

Sale
15

8054 Mar. 13
80
80

56 m

9h'

14

5Hs———--1971 j J
Tokyo City loan of 1912 5s—-1952-m s
Externals f 554s guar—--—1961 a o
AUruguay (Rep) external s f 8s—1946 p A
AExternal sinking fund 6s
1960 Af n
AExternal sinkingifund 68——1964 Af n
354-4-454% (s bonds of 1937)
External readjustment
1979 AfN

(454s

8m Sale
7m
854
754 Sale
24
14

60,000 Taiwan Elec Pow
24,000
126,000

24 X
15 m
15 X

6

6

Mar. 13

90

11* Feb. 14

Nov. 18
Nov. 18

11

9
30

65

10

3
3

Nov. 20
Nov. 23
27 k Nov. 27
Nov. 20
92
6254 Nov. 27
Nov.
2
27

Jan.

10 58
13 75
28 105 m
1° 82
June 26 74 m
Sept. 16 53

Nov. 7
Nov. 12

3 54 Nov.

89

9754 Apr.
9754 Apr.

Oct.

454 June 14
854 Feb. 26
354 May 31

"

3

1254 Mar. 9)
1254 Mar. $
3
71m Apr.
7154 Mar. 20

Oct.
June
June
Aug.

n

13

5354 Jan.

2654 Nov. 13

Nov. 14

4

9>
Nov. 30
Nov. 28
Nov. 26
Nov. 20
Jan.

June 25
May 13

Nov, 15
Nov. 15
Nov. 15

22
55 X

50

53

i80y>

2654 Nov.
2654 Nov.
86
61

Sale

21M
954
3954
3754
1954
9654
5954

954 June 18

90 X
63 m

7% Sale
7
Sale
10 X

4
6

9

35
29

754
754
754
754

5

26 m
89

86

6

3" Nov. 13
3m Nov. 15
3m Nov. 8

9m

10

Nov.

Nov.

—

8x
9

—

6

104m Nov. 27

5

5
4

1

Feb.

Nov.
7
56
50 m Nov. 19
Nov.
2
51
Nov. 14
37
3354 Nov. 1
3554 Nov. 28
Nov. 20
Nov. 13
Nov.
4
45
4054 Nov. 4

454 Nov. 23

Sale

Jan.
Jan.

5454 n°v 20
Nov 18

49
49
34m
30 m

5m
--

44

1

454 Nov. 25
4M
454
454
4M

3354 June

654 Nov. 13

3m
3m

454 June 12
454 June 12
40

7
ox
ex

654
654
ex

23

9
Jan
4
June 14
Feb. 13
Jan.
8
June 12

5454 Nov. 23

2754 Nov. 20
8
26 m Nov
42 m Nov, 29
13
3854 Nov.

I«

54
54
M
54

Nov.

3d

27

„

1952 m N
mN

—

a6 54s extl secured s f--——1957
San Paulo (State of)—

1754 Jan.

1254 Mar. 14

7

Nov

35

754 Sale

j

10X
Sale

60 m

12

o

60
8

Nov. 15

9

10
10
50

8m Nov.
8m Nov.

51

Sale

8

A

7%
7 54

2
2

28m Nov. 19

48m Nov.
55

Sale

7X
7x

um

F

d
M2V

36 m
31

-----

—-

1964 Af s
f

Nov.

~70"

51

56

6m
6m
9m
6X Sale
6m Sale
6m
9m
5m
5m
13m
4
7m
3m
7
3m
4

"954

a

_

Sale

48

6

1254
854 Sale

(City of)---

a8s extl secured s

11
11
99 m
90

Sale

2

44
45
Sale
40
9r
28 h
2654
103 X 104 X 104 m 104 x 10354 Nov.
8
71
74
Nov. 28
"61M Sale "58m 60 m 60
61
61X

Sale
9m
10
954 Sale

D

1953 J

f 6s

Sale Prices
8
Nov.
8

27

25

Sale

6

Sale

46
51

70
Sale

43 X

6 54

7m
6m
1254
654
654

9

48 m

39

80

10354 10654

AfN

Sale

30

Sale

71

MN\

4

4% Sale
Sale

Sale

7254

FA

A

3

Sale

34m
33 x

"16*"

Nov. 7
Nov. 7
Nov. 12
Nov. 6

48
49
33 m

Sale

A

2

Sale
Sale

75

p

4m Sale
4 X Sale

50 X
50 x

Sale

D

Nov. 12

854

Af s
A O

j

754 Nov. 26
66m Nov. 4
2

Sale

8m
8m

Sale

41

a

8x
63 m

30 X

42

F

2X

2

3854
8054 Sale
7954 Sale

a7s Municipal loan
1967 j d
16,000
141,000 Rome (City) external s f 654s—1952 A o
12,000 ARoumania (Kingdom of) 7s-—1959 F a
AFebruary 1937 coupon paid-----2.000
Santa fe extl s 1 4s

8

9

Sale

4m

IX
31X Sale

X
154
5254 Sale

40

1961

1966

III-

miv

.1958
.1947
:1968
.1950
.1963

8s.

254

J

.1960 J
.1961
.1940

,

Nov.

8

1

a

af s

<§5/*

8

67

IX
IX

j

J

.1947 Af s
.1959 m S

7,000 APr&gue (Greater City) 7 54s-—-1952
14,000 (Prussia (Free State) ext 8 f 654s 1951
ASinking fund gold 6s———1952
36,000
44,000 Queensland (Stateof) ext s f7s—1941
25-year extl s f 6s
Feb 15 1947
23,000
4,000 iRhine-Main-Danube deb 7s ser a 50
111,000 aRIo de Janeiro (City of) 8s
1946
AExternal sec 654s
----1953
174,000
Rio Grande do Sul (State of)—
a8s extl loan of 1921-—-1946
43,000
a6s extl sinking fund gold—-1968
121,000
a7b extl loan of 1926-—1966
29,000

Sale Prices

26m Nov,

10

Sale

154

54
154
Sale
154

ACtfs of deposit

21,000 iPernambuco (State of) 7s-.
15,000 APeru (Rep) Sec s f g 7s——.
ANational loan ext 8 f 6s.
339,000
ANational loan ext s f 6s.
200,000
♦(Poland (Rep of) g 6s

Ask

,

1

Highest

12

27

mN

9i

49,000
»iTreas 6s of '13 assent--.--—1933
195,000 Milan City (Italy) ext loan 6 54s. 1952
Minas Geraes (State of, Brazil)-—
ASec extl sf 654s
160,000
1958
ASec extl s f 654s
40,000
1959
4,000 AMontevideo (City) 7s
—-1952
a6s series a--.---*959
38",660 New South Wales ext s f g 5s— -1957
External s f g 5s—
10,000
—1958
21,000 Norway 20-year ext s f 6s———1943
28,000
20-year external s f 6s—
1944
External sinking fund 454s—1956
15,000
External sinking fund 4 >48—-1965
13,000
4s sinking fund extl loan
24,000
1963
2,000
Municipal Bank ext s f 5s.—-1970
12,000 ANuremberg (City) external 6s—1952
58,000 Oriental Development 6s-_— —1953
External deb 554s——-—1958
114,000

Ask Bid
13
6

Lowest

Highest

D

j

(Mexico (u s) extern 5s 1899 £-1945 q
a Assenting 5s of 1899—------1945
242,000
AAssenting 4s of 1904-1954
a Assenting 4s of 1910
435,000
1915 J

229",000

AStamped

Bid

a

Lowest

Nov. 30

Nov. 1

Ask

Bid
A
F

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Price

Jan. 2,
1940

,.

,

213,660

31

N. T. STOCK EXCHANGE—.BONDS

Dec., 1940]

51

Feb. 24

1354 Oct.

30

754 Jan.

3

3

3m
43 m

"3m

49 X

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

47m

354
48m

Nov.
43 M Nov.

4

1

4
4854 Nov. 29

48

3

6

3

3 54 Nov.

3

June 17

4154 Oct.

9

69

Mar. 26

-

"t,6oo
7,000

"2*666

454» stamped—

-—.—1946

f

A

(Adriatic Elec Co external 7s—1952 A O
ala Gt Sou 1st cons 5s ser a..—1943 j D
First cons 4s series b___—-—1943 J D

8,000
5,000 Albany Perforated Wrap Pap 6s.1948
6s with warrants assented.—.1948
15,000
24,000 Albany 8c Susq 1st guar 3 54s——1946
203,000 Allegheny Corp coll tr conv 5s. .1944
Collateral and convertible 5s—1949
381,000

stamped
1950
1,745,000
11,000 Allegh & West 1st g guar 4s.—. 1998
1942
11,000 Allegh Valley gen gu 4s—
Allied Stores Corp deb 4 ms
1950
5,000
454« debentures..—.——.1951
279,000
Allis-Ch&lmers Mfg conv 4s.—.1952
165,000
(Alpine Montan Steel 7s
—1955
256", 660 Amer 8c Foreign Power deb 5s—2030
American i g Chemical 5 ms—1949
203,000
Amer Internat Corp conv 5 ms. 1949
99,000
American Telephone 8c Telegraph—
20-year sinking fund 5 ms
1943
463,000
3ms debentures..— .......-1961
219,000
a 5s

.

A

O

A
F

O
A

J

d

A

O

A

O

Af s
A

O

f

A

m s
Af s

Af s

AfN
J

j

mN
a, o

3 ms debentures
a——.1966 j D
255,000
Am Type Found s f debs 2 54-6s
1950 j J
1,000
UN
26,000 Amer Water Wks 8c el 6s ser a..1975

For footnotes, see page 30.




51
104
102
108 m

67

107""
52

60
85

76m

53
Sale

Sale
83
107 X
58
74 m
Sale

30 H

39

1

56
52
82
94 X

43

79X Sale
56h Sale

106 m
Sale
Sale

110m Sale
13m
31
63 m Sale
103
104 m

108
30

53

Nov. 15

Nov. 18 101

Nov. 18

1 108

Nov. 29

107M Nov,
39

7954 Sale

78

61

5354 Nov

Sale

100

Sale

108 X

Sale

Sale

51m
103

Sale

100h Sale
105 We
109 X

10854

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

10154 Sale
108 X Sale
50 m

Sale
10454 Sale
10054 Sale

6

§154

100

108

Nov

10154

6 109

Nov. 18

Nov. 29
Nov. 27
Nov.
7
Nov. 30

Nov. 26
Nov. 15

50M Nov, 30 5554 Nov. 13
1 10454 Nov. 23
103
Nov
6 102
100
Nov,
Nov. 26

104l7«Nov. 29 10554
109
Nov.
1 111
10854 Nov.
11054
105
105
10454 Nov.
Nov.
9 110M
110m 110

104% Sale
11054 Sale
110m Sale

103
10954 110m 110

100

Sale

Nov,

7
62 m
Nov, 25
6854
Nov 12 104 m
Nov 13 102
1 102
Nov,

6854 Sale
104 m 10454

104 m 104m 104
102
101X 102

Sale

Sale
108 m Sale
108 m Sale
105 X 106
107 x 108 m

109

101

10054

110X 111
11054 Nov. 16 11054 Nov. 16
Nov. 15
10754 108 m 10754 Nov, 8 108
58 m
Nov,
58
8
40
58
Nov.
8
58
4
Nov,
54 m
50
46
52
Nov.
4
52
Nov. 27
Sale
81
81
82
Nov,
1
Sale
Sale
6
96
Nov,
93
97 m Nov. 15

5912
106
100
96

Nov.

101. m 103

110m 111
107 x 108

79m

68

41m

100 x 103
100 X
107 m Sale

Nov.

2

Nov. 15

Nov. 14
Nov. 20
Nov. 15

60
6
2754 June
9754 July 17 10454
9854 June 19 10454
100
May 24 10854
3054 Oct. 21 8054
Jan. 23 11054
109
June 12 10854
105

Oct.
Feb.

Jan.
2
Feb.
2
Nov. 16

Apr. 23
Jan.

June 26

60

3

61

Feb.

6854 May 27

87

Jan.

45
46

'ug.

16
8

Apr. 27

23
28
18

June 10

9754 Nov. 16

June 10
2654 May 22
Jan. 17
59

8154 Nov. 18

69

58

6254
6854
Oct. 14 107 54
10454
5 10254
June
99
June 17 102
89

10654 May 15 111
1754 Jan. 20 26
44
Aug. 14 6854
10054 May 22 10554
3 10554
June
91
104"mNov. 29
104
May 22
10354 May 28
9354 Sept. 11
96
May 22

Nov. 29

Nov. 27

Apr.

Feb.
Oct.

8
4

Apr.
3
Mar. 18
Apr.
1

10954 Jan.
111

13

Oct. 25
Nov. 25

2

Nov. 15

11054 Nov. 14
Jan.

11

11054 Oct.

23

107

22

N. T. STOCK

Sales in
Value

I?

BONDS

November

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE

SI

.

J
109,000 Atl Gulf & W I SS Line coll tr 5s_1959 J
38,000 Atlantic Refining deb 3s
1953 M S
J
6,000 Austin & N W 1st g 5s guar
1941 J
Baltimore & Ohio RR—

583,000

369,000

1,150,000
765,000

702,000

1,032,000
1,189,000
155,000
2 <5,000

1st mtge gold 4s
--July 1948
Stamped modified bonds—
1st mtge g (interest at 4% to
Oct 1 1946) due
y
July 1948
Ref & gen ser A (interest at 1 %
to Dec 1 1946) due
--1995
Ref & gen ser O (Interest at
11-5% to Dec. 1 46) due. 1995
Ref & gen ser D (Interest at 1 %
to Sept 1 1946) due
2000
Ref & gen ser F (interest at 1 %
to Sept 1 1946) due
--1996

A

O

Ask

Nov. 22
4954 Nov. 27
9854 Nov. 4
34

Nov.

1085* Sale

106

106

106

Nov.
8654 Nov.
86
Nov.
9554 Nov.

Nov. 20

Nov.27

10854 Nov. 15

99

"9554

"9654

80

86

70

Sale

96

104 54
1015*
11154
1115*

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

Nov.

95

Nov. 18

100

Nov. 15

Nov. 29
Nov. 22

QQ

92

June

Nov.
Nov.

3654 Nov. 14
7654 Nov. 12
10654 Nov. 15
96
Nov.
6

Sale
Sale

Sale

70

Nov. 12

55 54 Nov. 15

72
68
31

Nov. 14

Nov. 15
Nov.

1

5

25

Nov. 13

10054 Nov. 16
77
62

Jan.

4

Jan.

3

76

6454 May
May
6154 May
55
May
28
May
2354 June
6254 May
10254 May
41

82

Jan.

99

Mar.

93

29

695*
6554

Sale

Nov. 27

Oct.

114

Jan.

Nov. 13

33

Sale

Jan.

May
May
108
May
10454 May
99

10054 Nov. 16

30

53

3

Nov. 20

Apr.
6
9754 Nov. 29
9754 May 13
96
Apr. 25
4
1055* Apr.
1015* Nov. 15
11154 Oct. 16
1115* Nov. 22

June

Nov. 14

114

995*
10054

100
68

655* Sale
36
31

9854

77"

9754 Nov. 29

Nov.

3

May

89

Sale

70

71

1055* 106

Nov.

-----

88

June

Jan.

27

Sale

7154

95

June

76
92

8

33

54

Sale

99

Apr. 26
Jan.

10854 Nov. 15

10154 May

Nov. 29

Nov.

7654
745* Nov.
7454
7454 Sale
105 54 10654 10554 Nov.
10554 Sale
9554 Nov.
96
9654
965*
9454

Sale

39K Sale

96

2754 July 30 41
May 22 50
975* Apr.
9 9954
955* May 28 106
95
May 28 106

32

8854 Nov. 14

Sale

Sale

61

645*

100

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

76

Sale

875*
97

9654
9954
6654
51 bi
6954
645*

95

9954 Sale
6654 Sale

9954

92

92

Sale Prices
Sale Prices
102
May 25 10754 Feb. 23

Jan.
4
Feb. 20
Feb.
7

70
41

9
34 54 Feb.
7654 Nov. 12

10754 Jan.
9654 Oct.

Jan.

24

25

73

Sale

705* Sale

705* Nov. 30

7454 Nov. 15

565* June 10

7454 Nov. 15

O

73

Sale

705* Sale

705* Nov. 30

755* Nov. 15

55

May 22

755* Nov. 15

D

365* Sale

355* Sale

3354 Nov. 27

3754 Nov. 15

15 54 May 21

3754 Nov. 15

J

D

40 54

Sale

3954 Sale

385* Nov. 27

4154 Nov. 15

18

May 21

4154 Nov. 15

M S

36

Sale

35

Sale

3354 Nov. 27

3754 Nov. 18

1554 May 21

3754 Nov. 18

M S

3654 Sale
155* Sale

35

Sale

335* Nov. 28 ,3754 Nov. 18
Nov.
7
125* Nov. 27 16

1554 May 21
754 May 21

3754 Nov. 18
16
Nov. 7

^Convertible due- ...Feb 1 1960 F

A

605* Sale
47

Sale

97

Sale

55

1005* 101
70

60

Sale

35

45

725*
8454
1155* Sale
133

Sale

102

gtd g 3 54s—1943
22,666 iBerlin City Electric deb 6548--1951
9,000
iDeb sinking fund 654s
1959
Belvidere Del cons

Berlin Elec Elev & Undgrd

Sale

Nov. 26

1

Highest

Lowest

112

109 bi Sale
10754 10854

65

46

112

10054

32

3054 Nov.

4954

96
9554
10454 165" 10354
10154 1015* 10054
Ill
11154
11054 1115* 1095*

Sale

100

75
62

345*

47

9854 Nov.
9954
9854
995*
1035* Nov.
10354 Sale 1055* 106
10454 Sale 10554 Sale 1045* Nov.

85

Pgh L E & "West Va System—
Ref g 4s extended to
1951 MN
S'western Div 1st M (Interest at
354% to Jan 1 1947) due. 1950

^Debentures 6s

46

9854

875* Sale
9554
9454
94
95 H
54,
9554
10454 Sale
100
10054
11054
1095* Sale

Sale

9554

Sale Price

Nov. 15 106

Sale

102 bi

92

Sale Prices

104

106

*97,A
Sale
95

Ask

3354

3054
44

Highest

Sale

85 bi

85 bi

Ask Bid

10454 10454 10554 Sale

Sale

34bi
3754
4954 Sale
95
985*
10054 Sale
99 bi Sale
106

Bid

Lowest

Nov. 30

J

18,000
48 stamped
1951
2,000 Battle Creek & Sturgis gu 3s
1989
Beech Creek Exten 1st g 3 Ha—1951
53,000 Bell Telephone of Pa 1st 5s B—1948
37,000
First & ref 5s series C
1960

8,000

Nov. 1

A

61,000
Toledo Cin Div ref 4s A
1959
40,000 Bangor & Aroostook RR 1st g 5s 1943
4,000
Con ref mtge gold 4s
1951

'

106 54

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Price
Jan. 2,
1940
Bid

77,000 Anaconda Cop Mln sf deb 454^-1950 A O
Anglo-Chilean Nitrate—
'
23,000
iSinking fund income deb
1967. Jan
10,000 |Ann Arbor 1st g 4s
July 1995 Q J
4,000 Ark & Memp Bdge & Term 1st 5s '64 M S
"
377,000 Armour & Co 4s s f ser B (Del)--1955 F A
133,000
1st M s f 4s ser O (Del)
—-.1957 J J
Atcbinson Topeka & Santa Fe—
446,000
Gen g 4s
1995 A O
20,000
-Adjustment g 4s-July 1 1995 Nov
126,000
Stamped 4s
July 1 1995 MN
12,000
Conv g 4s of 1909
1955 J D
38,000
Conv g 4s of 1905
1955
6,000
Conv g 4s of 1910
1960
81,000
Conv deb gold 454s
-1948
21,000
Rocky Mtn div 1st 4s A
1965
j 6,000
Trans-Cont Short Line 1st 4s gl958
17,000
Cal-Arlz 1st & ref 454s ser A--1962 M S
Atl Knox & No 1st g 5s
1946 J D
"so'.ooo Atl & Char Air Line 1st 454s A--1944 J J
124,000
1st 30-year 5s ser B
1944 J J
250,000 Atl Coast L 1st cons 4s
July 1952 M S
276,000
General unified 4 Ms series A. 1964 J D
103,000
10-year coll trust 5s—May 1 1945 MN
291,000
L & N coll at gold 4s
Oct.. 1952 M1V
24,000 Atlantic & Danville 1st g 4s
1948 J J
J
13,000
Second 4s_.
1948 J

EXCHANGE—BON JJ8

13

Sale

30

29

1354

22

28

27

13

1955

59

405a
45
6954
84
1135* Sale
13254 Sale
10554

Sale

125* Sale
515*

5854

59

Nov.

45

Sale

52 54
94

Sale

52

95

Nov.

9554 Nov.
5554 Nov.

55

"75"

5454
5654

55

45

51

405* Nov.

40

June

8

32

June

8

4654 June

60

Oct.

7

1

89

June

101

54

May

70

Jan.
Jan.

16

Nov. 25
Nov.
1

54
37

June

72

Apr.

45

56

Nov.

59

405* Nov.

6

84

4954 Mar. 13

725i
11751
13551

6754 Sept.

11354 11454 11354
Sale
13254
10554
265*
2754
27
265*
27
275*

13554

2

8

61

6

615* Oct.

Nov.

485* Nov.
5554 Nov.
97
Nov.

7

4454 Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

11454 Nov. 8
13554 Nov. 30

Nov.

2754 Nov. 27
2754 Nov. 8
2754 Nov. 4

Nov.
Nov.

112

June

12754 June

1454 Sept. 13
1154 May 11
135* Aug. 12

2

Jan. 13
Feb.
7
Mar. 6
Feb.
9
Nov. 30

2754 Nov. 27
2754 Nov. 8
2754 Nov. 4

Rys—

8,000
ilst 654s
195P
<658,000 Bethlehem Steel 354s conv deb--1952
110,COO
Com mtge 3 5*s ser F
1959
Consol mtge 3s series G
187,000
1960
Consol mtge 35*s series H
:220,000
1,000 Big Sandy Ry 1st mtge 4s
18,000 Blaw Knox Co 3 bis

1354
1005*

Sale
Sale

10654
10654
1025*
10454

109

1105*

109

10754

1965
1944
1950

100

2754
1675*
10754 Sale
104 54 105
10654 107
110
1095*
10054 10054 iol"

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

107 54

27

Nov.

102

9

275* Nov.
10954 Nov.
10754 Nov.

275* Nov. 12
Apr.
9

June

Nov.

10354 May

112

100

May

Nov.
Nov.

99
102

June

107 5* Nov. 22
105
Nov. 23

June

107

10954 Nov.
10054 Nov.

10654 Nov.
1065* Nov.

108

Oct.

10954 Oct.

26

June

101

Oct.

19

105
107

10454 Nov.
10954 Nov.
1005* Nov.

92

Nov. 19

Boston & Maine RR—

149,000
48,000

43,000

214,000
377,000
32,000
74,000
i,00C
116,000
46,000

114,000
72,000
55,000

463,000
6,000
3,000
2,000
65,000
58,000
148,000

1967
1st mtge 5s series II
1955
1st g 45*s series JJ
1961
1st mtge 4s series RR
1960
Inc mtge. 454s series A__July 1970
JiBoston & NY Air Line 1st gu 4s '55
Bklyn Edison cons mtge 3 bis—1966
Brooklyn Union El 1st 5s— —1950
Brooklyn Union Gas Co 1st g 5s 1945
1st lien & ref 6s series A
-1947
Debentures gold 5s
1950
1st lien & ref. 5s series B
1957
Buffalo Gen Elec 4 bis ser B
1981
Buffalo Niagara Elec 3 bis ser C .1967
Buffalo Rochester & Pittsb'gh Ry—
Stamped modified (interest at 3 %
to Nov 1 1946) due
1957
1st 5s series AC

*JiBurl Ced Rap & Nor 1st 5s__1934
ACertificates of deposit
1st 4s

Bush Terminal Co

Consolidated 5s.

44 V

Sale

MN

4551

Sale

A
J

O

F

A

MN
F

A

MN

108

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

10854

435*
35*
35a

MN
O

69

1952
1955

43 54
65

53

71
60

J




"92"

45*
354
7154
Sale
68

Sale

Sale

645*

Sale
•45

10354 Sale
9754 10054

"95
55

D

48

52

A

A

88

D

F

A

854
3054

1987
—1987

1962

MN
A

O

A

O

J

D

J

J

7

Sale

87

105*
33
Sale

35* Sale
35-8 Sale
9
554
65*
45*
.

1454
2554
554
154
15*
4 5a
25*

M 8

108

109

109

A

110

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

111

O

4654
1854
16

10954

5154
165*
1354
1085*

Sale

Nov.
8
954 Nov. 25
11054 Nov. 19

Nov.

84
102

Nov.

Sale

96

97

Sale

965* Nov.

2

99

95

Nov.

2

Nov.

4

Nov.

6

Nov. 14
9654 Nov. 14
965* Nov. 15

93

9754
94
Sale

Nov. 30

935*
9354
10554
515*
7054

945*
10554 Sale
515* Sale
76
745*
10154 10154 101
68
6954 Sale
64 54
6254
6354
30

47

Nov. 30 107
Nov. 29 55
Nov. 6 76

53
Sale

89

86

Nov.

22

1554
255*
45*
54
54
454

Nov.
Nov.

Sale

Sale

Sale

5
4

25*
10954
HI 54 1115*
Sale
48 54
Sale
1354
1154
145*
Sale
1085*

Nov.

14

Nov.

8

Nov. 28

UH

Nov.
975* Nov.
52
Nov.
985* Nov.
_

13

15*

Nov. 14

Nov. 28 10254 Nov.
1
Nov.
7
Nov. 26
Nov. 20
Nov. 26

88

454

9954 Nov. 15

45

93
925*
9854 100

6

1055* Nov. 15
Nov. 20

9954
8854
1554
255*

Nov. 20
Nov. 26
Nov. 25
Nov.

9

Nov. 30
Nov.
1

Nov.

6

Nov.
Nov.

154 Nov. 14
1
15* Nov.
454 Nov. 13

Nov.

5

11154 Nov.
5154
4954 Nov.
Sale
1354 Nov.
Sale
1154 Nov.
Sale
1075* Nov.

111

7

10754 Nov. 7
1115* Nov. 16

96

255* Sale

7

885

1085

M

94

Aug.
Sept.
654 June
105
May

Nov. 14

97

11154 Nov; 18
5154 Nov.
17
Nov.
7
1554 Nov. 13
10854 Nov. 4

Jan.

17

1115* Nov. 30
6
11354 Nov.

103

Sale
6
4254 Nov.
465* Nov. 19
4
4
Nov. 25
Nov. 18
354
354
Nov.
35* Nov. 2
2
354
69
Nov.
4
695-s
70
Nov.
6
6854
42
Nov. 27
435* Sale
1
4354 Nov.
66
Nov. 2
68
6654 Sale
Nov. 13
10754 Nov. 4 10754 Nov. 30
10754 Sale
8954 Nov.
1
Nov. 13
93
925*
895*
93
96
935* Nov. 2 9654 Nov. 15
95
95
96
Nov. 6
Nov. 15
99

16

65*

67 5

19

Sale

32

Sale

405

43

995*

J

1947 F

-

For footnotes see page 30.

Sale

20

7154

J

103

Nov. 27

79
72

Nov.
6954 Nov.

103

7254 Sale
10154 Sale

1955 F

10,000 iCent Br Un Pac 1st g 4s
1948
10,000 t iCent of Ga Ry 1st g 5s__Nov 1945
♦iConsol gold 5s
105,000
1945
iRef & gen 554s series B
80.000
1959
iRef & gen 5s series C
1959
127,000
iChat Div. pur money g 4s_-_195l
12,000
^Mobile Div 1st g 5s
-1946
Cent Hudson G & E 1st & ref 3 bi '65
1966
11,000 Central Illinois Light 3 bis
61,000 t iCentral New Eng 1st guar 4s.. 1961

116,000 JiCentral of N J gen g 5s
a General 4s
47,000
50,000 Central N Y Power 3 bis.

Sale

10754 Sale
8954 Sale
95
9354
97
955*
96 54 Sale
965a 100
945* 100
95
9354
95
9354
1055* Sale

1981 J

Nov.

7054
1754 Nov.
185* Sale
9
9
Nov.
85*
10954 11054 10954 Nov.

HI 54 1115*

4154 Jan. *15
4154 Jan. 16

IIA

70

11054 Nov.
11354 11454 11354 11354 1135* Nov.
Sale
95
94
Nov.
96
9354
10554 Nov.
10554 106
1075* Sale
11154 Sale
11154 11154 1105* Nov.
10954
10954 110
111

Caro Clinchfield & Ohio 4s

6,000 Carthage & Adir 1st gu g 4s
389 Celanese Corp of America 3s
47.000 Celotex Corp deb ibis w w

77

73

103

D

1965 M S
6,000 Carriers & Gen Corp deb 5s w w_1950 MN

7154
6954

110

J

A

Sale

77

Nov. 12
Nov. 19

715* Nov. 19

7154 Nov.

Sale

A

D

7254

Sale

89

F

MN
MN

Sale

72

10
854
1095* Sale

1135*
1125*
9554
1055*
1125*

J

Sale

6954 Sale
185* Sale
954
754

J

MN

Bush Term Bldgs 1st 5s gu
--I960
Calif-Oregon Power 4s
1966
99,000 Canada Sou con gu 5s ser A
1962
68,000 Canadian Nat gold 4)48-1957
Gu iranteed gold 5s
140,000
July 1969
128,000
Guaranteed g 5s
Oct 1969
Guaranteed g 5s
44,000
1970
41,000
Guar gold 45*s
June 15 1955
Guaranteed gold ibis
60,000
1956
131.000
Guaranteed gold 454s
1951
93,000 Canadian Northern guar 6 Ms
1946
249,000 Canadian Pac 4 % deb stock
52,000
Collateral trust gold ibis
1946
74,000
5s equip trust ctfs
1944
Collateral trust g 5s
173,000
1954
Collateral trust 4 bis.
172,0C0
1966
1 iCarolina Central 1st gu g 4s.-1949

272.666

7154
7654
70

S

M

Jan.

May
May
May
May

15

19
12
11

76

7954
76
74

5*

2354
12 H

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Apr.

1
1
2
5
3
3

21 11054 Nov. 19
3
15 10754 June
3
31 11354 Jan
22 11554 Apr. 20
98 54 Apr.
8
21

18 107 54 Oct.

24

1095* Feb. 23 1125* Jan.
1075* May 31 1095* Oct.

30

255* May
3
May
2 5* May
655* July
3254 June
4654 June
100
May
65

7254

21
21

18
11

10

2

465* Nov. 19
7

Jan.

31

6.14 Jan. 12
7054 Aug. 7
47
Aug. 23

Nov. 13
5
68
24 107 54 Nov. 30
Nov. 13
93
June 25
4 103 5* Jan.
2
June

7554 June
7554 June
74 5* June
72 5* June
72 5* June

26 1065* Jan.
26 1075* Jan.

31

28

26 107
26

Jan.

10554 Jan.

26 103 54 Jan.
Jan.
715* June 26 103
87
June 27 11354 Jan.

573
87}
54

May
June

7

6954 Apr.
895* Apr.

48
May 28 79
35
■July 12 45
10254 Oct. 21 1055*
90
June 10 10054
53 5*
40
June 11
9854 Nov. 12 995*
73 5* June 25 905*

854 Jan.
Sept.
4
May
54 Nov.
0
54 Nov.
45* July
4
May
106 - May
10954 June
37
May
12
May
105* May
10554 May
25

8

June 24 10854 Jan. 11
May 29 84 5* Mar. 20

10

10
22
26

27

Apr.

6

May 14
Nov. 15

Apr.

11

Nov. 20

Nov. 26
Jan.

11

19 5* Apr.
Jan.

3

3054
754
35*
3 54

Jan.

2

Jan.
Feb.

16

25

8

17

454 May

21 109

9
5

Jan.

Jan.

4

1
5

15 11154 Nov. 18
54
28
Apr. 13
4
24
2054 Jan.
18
31
14 110

Jan.
Jan.

3
5

DEC., 1940]
Sales in
November

Value

N. Y. STOCK

Jan. 2,
1940

EXCHANGE

$

Bid

352,000 Cent Pao 1st ret guar g 4s
Through St L 1st gu g 4s

657*,000

--1949
1954

6,000

27,000
284,000
261,000
15,000
"

4,000

120,000
167,000
181,000
193,000
118,000
199,000
1,000

147,000
94,000
16,000
391,000
17,000
10.OOU
14,000
90.000
39,000

-----

58

—1992

General gold 454®

354® ser D..1996
354® ser E--1996
impt M 3 *4® 861 F
1963

Ref & impt mtge
Ref 8c impt mtge

Ref 8c

22,000

753,000
•

328,000
*387,000
133,000
296,000

21,000

T, 000

P

A

124

2d con gold 4s.--1989
Warm Springs Valley 1st g 5s. 1941
iChic 8c Alt RR ref g 3®-1949
Chic Burl & Q 111 Div 354®
1949
Illinois Division 4s
1949
General 4s
1st 8c ref 454® series
1st & ref 5s series A

}j}58
1977
1971

B

*t iChic & B IU 1st cons g 68—1934
tlchic & E 111 Ry g 5s.
1951
^Certificates of deposit—-----Chic 8c Erie 1st gold 5s.-—-—1982
lAChic Gt Western 1st 50-yr 4®-1959
X iChic Indianap 8c Louisv rf g 6s 1947
ARefunding gold 5s sot B——1947
ARefunding 4s

series, G--

Alst &

1947

109"'
118
M S
A O
J

J

J

J

16

Sale

73

Sale

F

A

A

O

AfN
MN

83

M S
J
J

24

3

J

J

J

12
12

Sale

11854
Sale

1854 Sale

11H

88
Sale

1754
1454
.....

W Sale
al*
7

MN

67
25
23
2654
2554
26
2754
754 Sale
2
Sale
13
1354
1354
1454
1454
1854
1554 Sale

MN

16

MN

1354
15
1654
1754
954
954
954 Sale
954 Sale
354 Sale

,

a O
UN
MN
MN

•^Chicago Ry® 1st 5s stamped
Feb 1 1938 25% part paid—J927If a
lAChic R I 8c Pacific gen g 4s—1988 j
j
ACertificates of deposit
-----•ARefunding gold 4s_----——1934 a O
ACertificates of deposit—----•ASec gold Aha series A—1952 M 5
ACertificates of deposit
AConvertible gold 454®—--I960 MN
Chic S L 8c N O gold 5s—-----1951 J D
J

D

A

O

3

J

M S

J
266,000 Chicago 8c Western Indiana 4s—1952 3
129,000
1st 8c ref mtge 454® ser D
1962 M
116,000 Childs Co deb 5s---—-----—1943 A

5854
2354
2154
2454
2454

4554
1354
1154
554
5

Sale

5454
1454
1754

A

O

MN
MN
A

O

Columbia & Hock

J
A

J
O

Columbus 8c Toledo 1st

550,000

F

A

70
60
43
51

-----

Stamped guar 4>48-------—1951
25,000 Conn River Power s f 354s A—-196*
9 o ,000 Consol Edison (N Yd deb 354®--1946

199,000
21,000
3,000
15,000
56,000

25,000
3,000
126,00G
54,000
72,000

6454

6554

10754

5154
Sale

-HI-

10554
10654 108

1354

Sale
15

105
26

1954
1954
1854

W
654

66

2954

21

20
19
Sale

754
67
Sale

Nov. 7
Nov. 15
Nov. A

10854 10554 Nov. 4
25
Nov. 19
2854 Sale

Nov. 22

18

Nov. 25

Nov. 12

1854
1754
554
654

Nov. 19
Nov. 4
Nov. 20
Nov. 27

Nov. 2
Nov. 2
Nov.
1
Nov. 12

15
15
17
6

18
18
19
654

454
68

654

18*

Sale

27

til

Sale
Sale

1554 Sale

15

Sale

1654
1654
Sale

1654
1954
1154

1854
1054
1054 Sale
1054 Sale
154 Sale

4154

6454

1354
1354

Sale
1354

78
65
50
Sale
4854

105

10854 Sale
106

10154 Sale
90*4 Sale
9054 Sale
35
10

10954

Sale

8454
8954 Sale
8154 Sale
7454
7354
80

105

10554
70

Sale

3354 Sale
10454 Sale
10454
10354 Sale

14

Sale

14

1354

1654
1754
Sale

17
9
9

Nov.

1454 Nov. 22

Sale

854 Sale
154 Sale

53
40

10554
10854
105*4
10254
88*4
9054
2954

Sale

8

Nov.

1

554 Nov. 8
15£ Nov. 1
75
Nov. 13

10554 Nov. 13
Sale 10/54 Nov/. 25
106
105k Nov. 7
Sale 10054 Nov. 6
Nov. 7
9054 89
10054 9054 Nov. 1
Sale
2954 Nov. 29

Nov. 13

5654 Nov.
46

Nov.

1
7

87
87

Nov.

1

27
10

11054 HI
f 109
Nov. 7 111
10954
10954
10554 10654 10554 10654 IIIIII IIIIII

84

103

80-

70

73

10754 Sale
10654
10454
10354

85.

5454
53

76
109

May

Nov. 25

N<Jv.

8 108*4
20
Nov. 28
1 112

Sale

7554 Nov.

91

54

80

Sale
Sale
Sale

1854
10454
10554
104*4 Sale

67

10754
106*4
7954
1354
10454
10454
10454

113

111

10954 107*4
113*4
12154 Sale

2954 Sale

108

Sale

11

10754 10754 Nov. 19 10754 Nov. 19
84

8154 Nov. 1
8354 Nov. 29
75
Nov. 22
6754 Nov. 29

Sale

68
108
Sale

10554 Nov. 6 107
7854 Nov. 16 8054
Sale
12
Nov. 23
1854
Sale ! 104
Nov. 23 105
103*4 Nov; 27 10554
10454 104 54 Nov: 12 105

Sale

2954 Nov.

Sale

107*4 Nov.
11354 Nov.
99*4 Nov.

Sale

1

Nov, 19

Nov.

4

Nov.

4
Nov. 14
Nov. 2
Nov. 7

4354 Nov. 26
110*4 Nov. 16
122

Nov.

4

99*4 Nov. 27

10954

'109

Nov.
Nov.

109

11

17

14
14

5854

6154

75

10854

MN 10854 10954

Sale

June
ug.

Oct.

10854
10954
11054
10854
10954

Sale
105*4 106
105
1554
13*4 Sale
13*4
12
18
18
1454
1854
1354
1454
13*4
Sale
7454
7654 74 54

Sale
Sale
Sale
11054

Apr.

6

Mar. 15

Apr.
Sept.

3
5

Mar. 13

Mar. 14
Nov.
9

31

Oct.

23

24
23
24
Oct. 24
3154
Mar.
8
Jan.
3

3054 Oct.
3154 Oct.

Oct.

31

Vi

18

.

i§8

Apr.

9

Mar. 30
Mar. 30

1854 Apr.
1954 Apr.

1
3

Feb. 26
2
2154 Oct.
16

1154 Apr.
11*4 Apr.
11*4 Oct.
4

Jan.

3
4
2
3

3
Aug.
4
1954 Apr.
3
18
Apr.
4
854 Apr.
4
754 Apr.
1
8*4 Apr.
3
754 Apr.
2
254 Jan.
8054 Apr. 18
4
67
.Tan.
5154 Apr. 12
6354 Feb. 26
54
Apr.
3

51

Nov. 15

Nov. 25

4
8

10454 June

11054 Feb.

5

105

107

June

112

Nov. 23

Feb.
June
June

85

51*

Aug. 21
Nov. 18
Nov 18

58*

Oct.

78

Nov. 18

70

May
4354 June
RO

Oct.

June

10854 Sale
109
110*4
11054
109*4
11154 11154

108

7
3

10954 Nov. 25
10854 Jan. 29

10654 Sept.
10754 July

Nov.

Oct.

25 107

10754 Nov. 19
10354 vug. 23
May 28
66.
72
May 25
64
May 22
5654 May 23
106*4 May 29
102*4 June 13
65
May 24
12

Nov. 23
May 22

Nov. 4
Nov. 30
Nov. 13
Nov. 30
Nov. 6
Nov.

10954 Nov.
11054 Nov.
108*4 Nov.
109*4 Nov.

Nov. 8
1554 Nov. 20
15
Nov. 7
15
Nov. 26
7654 Nov. 29

9 109*4
1 10954
1 111
1 10954
111*4

Nov. 4
Nov. 1
Nov. 4
Nov. 25
Nov. 26

Oct.

25
21
22

Jan.

13

Jan.

11
3
19

Oct.
Oct.

Jan.

74*4 Jan.
108
107
83

May 15
Nov.

1§

Sept. 27

34 H Jan.

4

105*4 Oct. 25
May 21 106
July 23
May 29 10554 Apr. 19
9754
1 11454 Apr.
113
July
8
4 110*4 Apr. 27
11054 May
2754 Oct.
10654
10954
8854
11554

2

43 54 Nov.

26

111*4 Sept. 26
130*4 ^pr. 13

May
May
May
May

100

Oct.

16

119
110

Apr. 26
May 4
11054 July 12

1

106

107*4
106*4
8354
9054
R254

99

10754 Jan.

5

10854 Apr.

4

10754 Jan.
109*4 Oct.

6

16

26*4 Oct. 17
10254 May 15 106*4 Sept. 17
19
11
June 14
Apr. 17
5

14

10554

3

Nov. 22

10254 Nov. 20
95*4 May 3
9554 Mar. 9
59
Apr.
6
13*4 Apr. 27

10854 May
10954 Nov. I 107
May
10554 Nov. 12 103 54 May
106
Nov. 26 10454 May
104*4 Nov. 30 103
May
108
Nov. 27 105*4 May

109
109*4 109
10954
10354 10354 104 54 10554 10354 Nov.
Sale
105
105*4 Sale 1105
Nov.
Sale
104
Nov.
104*4 Sale 104
Sale
Nov.
107
108*4 109
107

14

11

MN 10954
MN 10654

Nov. 12
8654 Nov. 8
76*4 Nor. 9
69 54Nov. 15
83

I

Sale

17

11

Jan.

Oct. 17 106*4 Jan.
8
10954 Feb. 24 10954 Feb. 24

14

10554 Sale

16

104

-

108
Sale

5

Nov. 15

11154 Apr.
Aug

51

5354 Nov.
7154 Nov.
10954 10754 Nov.

98

95
108
109

Sale

39

Jan.
Jan.

68

107

37

81*4 Nov. 18
91
Nov. 18
57*4 Nov. 8
7 56*4 Nov. 16
7 78
Nov. 18
2 10954 Nov. 25

113
111

109

8

8
4

111

1

55
78

Sale

75*4

2

Apr.
May

10554 May
10954; July
105
Aug.

Nov. 13
Nov. 27

86

Sale

10454 —■—I
10354
1

82*

4

May
Jan.

107*4 Mar. 11
110
July 17

June
A

Jan.

75

105

8154 Sale
86
8454
75 54 Sale
6854 Sale
10754
10554 Sale

1

100*4 Tune
9954 July

10654

10754 105

21

May

104

15
20

84

7554 Sale
90
8354
5654 Sale
55*4 Sale

10754 Nov.
11054 Nov.

June

13
1

1254

10754 10854 10954
110*4
11054 Sale

69

20
2

35

22

67
Jan.
4
4554 Oct. 15
"48
May 17
40
May 22

10554 Nov.
10854 Nov.
Nov.
10254 Nov.
9054 Nov.
9154 Nov.

107

Sale

18
28

3654 May 24
954 May 22
1054 June 13
4
May 21
3*4 Tune 11
454 May 21
3*4 May 23
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554 Nov. 12

50

22
21
15
6
21
1^

Nov. 12
Nov. 8
Nov.

7

7

6

May
May
May
July
May
Aug.
May
May
May
May

Nov. 20

8

15

1254

x^ov. 25

7

1354 Nov.

Nov. 30

40

10
12

654

44

5154! 4554 Nov. 7
5754
53
Nov. 27

10*

9

64
46

1554 May 21
1654 May 22
May 22
17
May 23
1554 May 21
7
3*4 June

6

Nov. 12

454 Nov. 20
54 Nov. 27
7354 Nov. 9

75

Nov.

June 25

18

7
9

Nov. 30
Nov. 29

Nov. 2i»
4*4 Nov. 6
5
Nov. 18

53

13

Nov.
Nov.

11854 Nov. 20
Sept. 6

22 111

H*

11*4
1054

Nov.

June 14

Nov. 20

7*4 May 21
1654
9054 May 31 98
9354 June 11 10254
83
May 22 93
June
6
71
84*4
75
May 24 90
June 12 12454
117
1054 May 23 19*4
10
May 21 1954
Jan
19 10854
86
1954 May 21
1254 May 21
1254 Jan. 15 20
12*4 Jan. 11 19*4
3*1 May 21 1054
3*4 May 21
1054

Nov.

Nov. 20

4154
1154
13
554

554 Sale
554 Sale
554 Sale
554
554
54 Sale

Nov.

20 6254 Jan. 18
4
Jan.
21 112
21 89*4 Nov. 19

10154 June 20 10654 Feb. 21
May 21 10454 Mar. 14

Nov. 23
Nov. 2

Nov. 27

1

4154 Sale

11154

106

MN

Nov.
1
Nov. 14
Nov. 9
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

1354 Nov. 27
1654 Nov. 27
854 Nov. 28
854 Nov. 26
854 Nov. 28

16

110

Sale
10654 Sale
10654 Sale

MN

9
Nov. 14
Nov.
1
Nov. 14

Nov. 28

13

0

Sale

Nov.

2754 Nov. 29
2754 Nov. 28
29
Nov. 20
354 Nov. 22
54 Nov. 25
1354 Nov. 28
13
Nov. 28

29

8

Nov. 30

67
27

454 Sale
54 Sale
1354 Sale

15
15
16

Nov.

Nov. 8
Nov. 27
2754 Nov. 23

69

2754 Sale
2454
2754
275a Sale
2754 Sale

Sale

4

Nov. 22
Nov.
7
Nov. 18
Nov.
7

,

Sale

Sale

29*4

16

Nov.

92]
96]

L06

Sale

2954

105
106

10254
10454

109 54

—

For footnotes, see page 30.

1

81
8154 8054 Nov. 15
12454
1245s Nov. 15
1354 Sale
1354 Nov. 27
12
13
Nov. 27
1354

Wks of Upper

Wuerttemberg 1st 78--------1956
^Consolidated Oil conv deb 354sl951
X^Consolidated Ry deb 4s..-..1954
ADebentures 4s....
J&J 1955
ADebenture 4s
.-...--1956
Consolidation Coal s f 5s....-.-I960
Consumers Power Co—
1st lien 8c unif mtge 354s
1965
1st mtge 354s—
1967
1st mtge 3 ha
—.1970
1st mtge 3 54s—
---1966
1st mtge 3 548—
1969

Nov.
Nov.

1

107

109

3)4s debentures.......
1948
3ha debentures—.—.—---1956
3 54s debentures ------ - - - - - -1958




75

10854

"3",666

AConsol Hydro-Elec

60

66

14

8554
7254

30

91
Nov. 9
95 54 Nov. 28
8454 Nov. 1
7154 Nov. 7

Sale
Sale
Sale

45

80
67

10654 10654
107 5| Sale
10154 10554

53
47

8154 Sale
12454

"754 Nov.

754 Sale

9254 Sale
9554

10954 Sale
12854 Sale
89
92

Commonwealth Edison Co*—
107,000
1st mtge 3ha series I....—.1968
677,000
Conv deb 3548-"T"-"*}85§
2,000 Conn & Passum Rivs 1st g 4s—.1943
Conn Ry & Lt 1st g 454®----—-1951

124,000
119,000
85,000

J^n.

52

6

-Apr 1 1969 May

Inc deb reg w w_

106

AAH Nov.

-----

54 54
62

§54

654
754
554 Sale
254 Sale

8d54 Sale
49 h Sale
1254
1354
10854 10954
109 54
10354

B—1942 A O
1942 A O
Series A gu Aha
1942 J 3
Series C gu 354s——-—---1948 MN
Series D gu 354s-------1950 F A
General Aha series A....----1977 F A
Gen & ref mtge Aha series B-1981 3
J
Clev Short Line 1st gu 454s~—1961 A O
Clev Union Term 1st gu 554s A-1972 A O
1st s f g 5s series B guar..—1973 A O
1st s f Aha series O—
-1977 A O
Coal Riv Ry 1st gu 4s.—-—-1945 J D
Colo Fuel & Iron Co gen s f 5s—1943 F A

Val 1st ext g 4s 48
ext 4S—1955
ACommercial Mackay Corp—

May 21 10454 Nov. 25
May 21 10454 Nov. 25
3
May 15 10754 Jan.
Feb. 15
Feb. 15 109

14

S
O

Clev 8c Pitts gen gu Aha ser
Series B gu 3H8--

72",000

May 29 130

94
94
103
109
H3 54

Sale

85
Sale

38,000
a5s income mtge.———---1970
360,000 Colorado & Southern 4 548 sot A-1980
215,000 Columbia Gas 8c Elec deb 5s May 1952
14,000
Debenture 5s
Apr 15 1952
234.000
Debenture 5s...-----Jan 15 1961

118

Nov. 25
Nov. 25
Nov. 7

12

41,000
D
General 5s series B—--——1993
434,000
Ref & impt Aha series E
J
1977
48,000
Cin W 8c M Div 1st g 4s—-—1991 3
J
69,000
St Louis Div 1st coll trust g 48-1990 MN
263,000 Cleveland Elec Ilium 3s
—1970 J 3

65,000
75,000
263,000
241,000

Nov. 20

129

11

108*4 Sale
10854 109

10,000

102

14
Sale
Sale
Sale
6

1st mtge guar 354® series D—-1971 MN
1st mtge guar 3*4sser F------1969 F A
J
Clearfield & Mahon 1st gtd g 5s-1943
D
CCC&StL gen g 4s
-1993

152",000

3

4

Sale

90~" Sale

MN

Jan.

10554 Nov. 8 106
10354 Nov. 19 104

14

J

Gulf consol 5s_--1952 MN
64", 000 Cine Gas & Kiec 1st mtge 354®-1966 F A
J D
1st mtge 354®
1

54

106
107
10354 105

1354
654
5 54
7
454
154
73
63 54
4554
5b 54

J

lAChoc Okl &

4

10

Nov. 14
5354 Nov. 15 54
106"«Nov. 27 106l7«Nov. 27
85
Nov. 2 8954 Nov. 19

55

Nov. 28

9 11854 Nov. 20

81

j
p a

73*4 Jan.
66
Apr.

10654
8954 Sale

38

107

79
85
17
19

_

17

July
31H June
50
Aug.
106% Oct.
65
May

11754 12054 11654 Nov.

A

5

26

59

lie"
1054 Sale
9154 Sale
9554 Sale

Sale Prices

57 54 June

98

9554 Sale
10054 Sale

1

Highest

Sale Prices

1

1 130
1 10454
1 10454
7 10754

F

_

1942

Sale Prices

7054 Nov.

12754 Nov.
%
mi v.
10454 Sale" 10154 Nov.
10454 Sale 10154 Nov.
Nov.
10854 10954 107

12754

Sale

stamped-Maj 2037

Cin Leb 8c N 1st con gu g 4s
Cincinnati Union Terminal—

Sale

Sale Prices

Lowest

10154 Sale
10154 Sale
10654 107

85

5s———May 2037 J D
J D
& ref Aha
Alst 8c ref 4Hs ser O
May 2037 J D
iConv 4548 series A--—----1949 MN

-rv--June 15 1951

Sale

10354 104

Highest

6654 Nov. 28

6654 Sale
6554
3954 Sale
51

8554 Sale

Sale

Alst & ref g

Gold 3Hs

67
Sale

50 54
107

106

Ask

Ask Bid

Sale

89

♦Al5-year secured 6H®—-1936 M S

Chicago Union Station—
5,000
Guaranteed 4s
—1944
69,000
1st mtge 354s series E
-1963
40,000
354® guaranteed----1951
206,000
1st mtge 354s series F-------1963

2,000

70
63
44

M S

a 1st

All

125

9954 Sale
9954 Sale

10754

Memphis Div 1st 4s
..---1951 J D
27,000 Chic T H 8c S'east 1st & ref 5s—1960 3D
64,000
Income guar 5s—--—-Dec 1 1960 M S

49.000

Bid

RANGE SINCE JAN.

Lowest

Nov. 30

104

M S

MN

Potts Creek Br 1st 4s——-.1946
R & A Div 1st con g 4s
1989

,

222,000
2,000

10454 10454
10254 105

Nov. 1

_

seriesjffi-.-May

55,000

Sale

1121u 112>4
75
Sale

Champion Paper & Fibre—
,rt-ju
S f deb 4*4® (1935 issue)19§0 M S
8 f deb 4*4® (1938 issue) — —1950 MS
Chesapeake 8c Ohio Ry—
,
_

213,000
X AChlc MU & St P gen g 4s ser A-1989
14,000
AGen g 354® series B—-May 11989
371,090
AGen 454® series C-—May 1 1989
219,000
AGen g 454®
11989
105,000
AGen Aha series P—May 1 1989
1,823,000 t AChic MU St P & Pac mtg 5s ser A 75
-1,966,000
ACohv adj 5s--------J*n 1 2000
43,000 lAChic 8c No West gen 354® —1987
155,000
AGeneral4s.——------—}987
13,000
AStpd non payt Fed inc tax-1987
32,000
AStpdgen Aha non-pay Idc taxl987
120,000
AGen 5s stpd non pay Inc tax-1987
4,000
AGeneral 454® stamped
1987

118,000

67

6154 Sale

general 5s series A—-1966 M N
J
& gen 6s series B—May 1966 J
23,000 Chic Indiana & Sou 50-yr 4s---1956

217,000
108,000
1,257,000

Ask

7154 Sale

Guaranteed 5s
1960
6,000 Central BR 8c Bkg of Ga 5s
1942
1,000 Central steel 1st t>ink fund 88--.1941
153,000 Certaln-teed Prod s f g 554® A*-194i>

23,000

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Price

BONDS
N. Y. STOCK

23

EXCHANGE-BONDS

Jan.

13
11

June 25
June 14

5554 Feb. 29
10454 May
105
May
106
May
10254 May
10454 May

28
21
21
22
22

18*4 Apr. 15
1854 Apr.
9
76*4 Nov. 29
109*4 Nov.
111

4

Aug. 22

11154 Sept. 24
10954 Oct. 21
111*4 Nov. 26

N. Y. STOCK
Sales

lover,
Vah

Jan. 2,
1940

si

N. T. STOCK EXCHANGE

T
162,

94,
300,

19,
83,
31,
12,

Bid

2%s>.1948
Crucible Steel 4%s deb ser A—1948
ACuba Northern Rys 1st 5%s—1942

Continental Oil conv deb

J

D

J

J

a7%s series A extended to

1946

J

D

a6s series B extended to

1946 J
1955 A

D

J

11,

Dayton Pow & Lt 1st mtge 3s--1970
Del & Hud 1st & ref 4s
1943
Delaware Pr & Lt 1st M 4%s—1971
1st & ref 4%s
1969
1st mtge gold 4%s
1969
J * ADen & Rio Gr 1st cons g 4s„_1936
*
AConsol gold 4%s
1936
X ADenv & R Gr West gen 5s Aug 1955
AAssented (subject, to plan)
ARef & imp mtge 6s ser B
1978
tADes Moines & Ft Dodge 4s—1935
Certificates of deposit

10,

t ADes Plaines Val 1st guar

52",
18,

29,

4%s_1947

Detroit Edison—
Gen & ref 4 %s series D
1961
Gen & ref mtge 4s series P—1965
Gen & ref mtge 3 %s series G_i966
Detroit & Mack 1st lien g 4s
1995
ASecond gold 4s
1995
Detroit Term & Tun 1st gu 4%s 1961
Duluth

18,
205,

Sale
103
103M
29 M Sale
108%

3

228,
454,
6,
6,
2,
563,
25,
140,
208,

21,

A

1952

Curtis Publishing 3s

63,
56,

D

F

Ask

Missabe & Iron

84,

344",
894,
315,

149,
2,
,473,
,821,
122,
147,

1962

Ry 3 Mb

0

J

J

J

J

62 M Sale
109
110
106

J

J

Sale

MN

J

Sale

J

A

"o

6M

10 M
Sale
3
Sale

J

3

3%

4

M S

49%

J

J

F

A

F

A

A

O

M S
J

J

D
D

MN
A

1965

O
J

5s_ 1937 J

Duquesne Light 1st M 3 Ms

2M
2M

Sale
110% Sale
110% 113
40
54 %

110

22 M

98

35M
100

J

D

Sale
13M
17 M
109
Sale

106 M

1st g 4s 1948 A O 105M
91
1st g 5s_1956 M N
1995 3 J 140
Electric Auto Lite conv deb 4s
1952 F A 108%
Elgin Joliet & Eastern Ry 3 Ms A 1970 M S
59 M
El Paso & S W 1st & ref 5s
1965 A O
O
57
5s8tamped
1965
J
54%
t iErie RR 1st con & prior lien 4s 1996
J
24 %
Alst consol gen lien 4s
1996
O
23 M
AConv g 4s Series A
—1953
O
19
a4s series B
,-1953
Eastern Ry M No Div
Eastern Tenn Va & Ga

_

_

conv

1953

4s Series D

AErie & Jersey 1st s

s

14,
2,
258,

34",

13",
31,
4.

2,
16,

536,

11",
5,
95,
23,

"l",
23",
49,
141
269
229

174
301
564

808
283
5
31

23
61

260

316
42

36
1

17
19
28

54

106M
91M

Sale

Nov.
Nov. 27
Nov. 12
18
Nov. 29
20% Nov.
1
18M Nov. 25 20% Nov.
99M Nov. 2 100% Nov.
109
54

108

4

4M

67

73

111M 112

Nov. 26
Nov.
Nov. 25

104% Nov. 27
108 M Nov. 26
1
7% Nov.

108M Nov.
5M Nov.

7% Nov.

6

Nov.

1

Nov.

Nov.

M Nov.
4M Nov.

Nov.

6M Nov.

4% Nov. 13
72 M Nov.
1

4
8
1
9

4% Nov. 14
74M Nov. 14

105M Nov. 27 106% Nov. 6
Nov. 30
107M Nov. 2 109
111% Nov. 7 112 M Nov. 26

45

34

21%

99

Nov. 14 101

Nov. 25

106

Sale
M Sale

32 M

24 M
21
Sale

17M

Sale

32K

1954 F A
1956 J D
1942 M S
_

Sale

34

Sale

30

Sale

34

Sale

31

Sale

17%
17 M
80M

Sale

1942 M S

J

98

103 %
104

104%
101M 103
105M Sale
51
43 %

61 %

Sale

8

Sale

8M
7 M

2

3%

2M
2%
.100% 103 M
48M

53 M

A
J

104
101

1945

3

24 M

Sale

1940

D

27%
24 %
69 M

Sale

AS f deb g 6s
1948 MN
Gen Steel Castings 1st 5Ms w w_ 1949 J
J
t AGa & Ala 1st cons 5s
Oct. 1945
3
1934
t*AGeorgia Caro & Nor 6s
J

AGood Hope Steel & Iron sec 7s_ 1945 A

13

15

101M
35
40

17

Sale

F) Co 1st M 4%s._ 1956 3 D
Hosiery deb 5s w w_ 1946 M S

105 M

Sale
93

Gouv & Oswegatchie 1st 5s
Grand R & I ex 1st gu g 4 Ms

1942 J
1941

Grays Point Term lstgug5s
Gt Cons El Pow (Japan) 7s

1947
1944

1st & gen s f g 6Ms
Great Northern Ry—

1950

D

25

70

1952

J

Gen mtge 5s series C
Gen 4 M s series D

1973

J

1976

J

Gen 4Mb series E

1977
1946
1946

J

81M
82 M

30.

9

Mar.

1

74% Nov. 14

2
Nov. 27 110% Jan.
Oct. 30 111% June 21
Feb. 20
May 22 113

July

15

40% Mar. 12
12

25% Apr.
Aug.
1
Jan.
May 25 101

88

11

8
105% May 17 108% May
12
Jan. 13
30% Apr. 11
2
106% May 21 109% Jan.
108

June

99

90% Mar.

110

104
May
101M Aug.
May
Apr.
44 M May

Feb.

Mar. 11

60

Jan.

2

59

Jan.

3

78% Nov. 30
39% Nov. 30
34

Nov. 30

34

June

Nov. 30

31
18

Nov.

1

Jan.

3

18

8

8% June 10

3*

1

6

103% Nov. 26

17% June
13% June
14
May
18

Oct.

Nov. 26

149% Apr.

Feb.

Jan.

June

3
Nov. 29

97

Nov. 30

97

July

38

Oct.

98

Mar. 28

Sale

106M Nov

43 M
Sale

25 107%

Nov. 13

103 M 102 % Nov 27 102% Nov. 27
Nov. 25
al00
Nov, 25 al00

22

30

51M

63

7 104
Nov.
13 102% Nov.
19 104% Nov.

1

13
7

7

Sale

6M

7M
7%

60% Nov
6% Nov
6M Nov

16

Feb.

9

105

100

June

May
May

Mar. 26
8
104% Feb.
104% Mar. 15

June

104% Apr.

100
99

102

107

103

May
Aug.
48
May
4% May
3% May

11
28

8 M Nov.

7
7

22

7% Nov.

1

63

Nov.

63

4

Mar. 28

46% Feb.

37

43 %

Sale

108% July

104% Sept.
100
May
100

103

Sale

1M
1M

1M

47

35M

Sale

40

1
Nov. 14
1M Nov. 14
1
Nov. 20
1M Nov. 8
100M Nov. 4 100% Nov. 4
44% Nov. 9
37% Nov. 22

Nov.

8% Jan.
8% Jan.

1
7
3
3

122M
No#. 12 104
101M 104 M 103 % 104 M 103
105 M 106
105M 105 M 105M Nov. 4 106
Sale
37 %
36
36
36
Nov.
8
45
45
44
34
43
Nov. 14
34
43
35
Nov. 18
37
Sale
Sale
88
90
89"
86 M Nov. 20
11

15"
20

104 %
72 M

16 M
36M

Sale
75
95 M

Sale

40

105 %
76 M
33

M sale

73%

Sale
80

104% Nov.
72M Nov.

102% Nov.

Sale

65

80

4

Nov.

107 M

106%

106

Sale

108

101

Sale

100 M
93 M

Sale

94

109

95% Nov. 14

Nov.

96

104

Nov.

107

Sale

Sale

98% Nov.

3

73 M
58
8

Sale

85 M

Sale

85

Sale

85

64

60

82 M

Sale

6

83

82

80 M
60 M

Sale

99

J

3
J

119

A

O

78

MJV

46

MN

97 M

Sale
Sale

126

125%

Sale
Sale
98 M

64

Sale

86%
Sale

Sale

60%
35 M Sale
35M Sale
85 M
85% 100
104 M 105"" 105%
Sale
111
111M Sale

15

3

-----

5M

86%

83JC^87
50M
55
101

Sale

87 M
50
102

Nov. 25

103% Nov. 14

93

99%

31

Oct.

124% Jan.

May
100% May
99% June
24% Jan.
30
Apr.
25
Aug.
55% May

19

105

Jan.

5

106%

Oct.

26

37% Oct.

11
11
4

45

Nov. 13

14

June

Oct.

37
90

Mar. 28

Oct.

22% Mar. 12
35% Nov. 12

13% Sept.
18% Jan.

100% May 15 105% Jan.
91% Jan.
71% Oct. 21

«

10

102% Nov.

55
...

9

1104% Feb. 20
9

104% June
94
May
87
May
77
May
76
May
94% May

80

Jan.

9

96% Feb. 23
90

Nov.

8

109

Nov. 27

28 109

Nov. 25

4

22 103%
23
96
22
28 107

Nov. 14

Nov. 14
Nov. 15

Nov.

9

6

Nov.

9

9
16 100% Nov.
5
Nov. 14
68% June
Nov. 18
64
Jan.
58
12,
8% Jan. 24
2% May 21

Nov.

4

75

64

Nov. 18

83% Nov. 18
61% Nov. 12
37% Nov. 9

Nov.

105% Nov. 18

Nov.

112

Nov. 26

83% Nov.

6 36% Nov. 6
7 126% Nov. 25
Nov. 11
2 89

50

Nov.

6

Nov.

7

101

Nov.

1 102% Nov.

28

36% Nov.
127% 125% Nov.

89%

Nov.

Jan.

63% Oct. 28
61% May 28

87

Nov.

104% Nov.
Ill

Nov. 15

100% Nov, 9
87% Nov. 14

63% Nov.
5% Nov.
86% Nov.
80% Nov.
57% Nov.
32

Nov
Nov. 27

Sale

104 M

5%

90

93% Nov.

Sale

85 M
79 M

1

72% Nov. 16

Sale

Sale

62

7
17
Nov,
35M Nov. 12

109

108 M 105% Nov.
103
100% Nov.

Sale

85

4

Nov. 13

1 102% Nov
2

108 M 106% Nov.

Sale

64

14

Nov

8

8
1 105% Nov.
7 75% Nov. 28

64% Nov.

Sale

94 M
93 M

9
Sale

8

80

77
84%

99 M

Feb

35

9

13% Nov. 30
35% Nov. 15

2% Jan. 18
2% Jan.
4
29 101% Aug.
7
63
May 10
Aug. 27

% July

95

101%

Sale

80

Nov, 19
Nov
Nov
Nov

12

43%

Nov. 14

1

100

121

125

105 M

85M

see page

4

Feb.

Sale

108M

5s

24

June

Sale

103

3

g

Jan.
Jan.

Apr.

92

90 M

J

1952

1949
.1999
.1944
1937
1954

72

105M 105M
99% Sale
90 M
89

Gulf States St'l 1st mtge 4Ms_. 1961 A O
Gulf States Util 3 Ms series D
1969 MN

Houston Oil 4 Ms debs

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

J

Feb
Gulf Mob & Nor 1st 5%s ser B. 1950 A O
1st mtge gold 5s series C
1950 A O
Gulf Mobile & Ohio 4s series B_. 1975 3
J
Gen mtge inc 5s series A
2015
J

AHarpen Mining 6s

Nov.

15M
15M
78 M
89M

6

May 16
Apr.
3,
Apr.
4

40

72
65

84

J

Hock Val 1st con g 4%s__
Hoe (R) <& Co 1st mtge

105%
107%
108%
30%

5

6

Jan.

105

102

78

1961

39%

33

104%

1st & refund 4 Ms series A
Gen mtge 5 Ms series B

Gen mtge 4s series H.
Gen mtge 3 Ms series I
1967
AGreen Bay & West deb ctfs A_.
Alncome debenture ctfs B

91M

1M
%

19M

18 M

Gulf & Ship Island 5s stpd

3% Sept. 24
49% June 22

Jan.

52

99 % 102 M

122

O

4s series G._

14 109

June

107

104
May 18 106
7 109%
106% Feb.
11%
5% May 21
11M
5M May 31
Nov. 30
3M
2%
M Nov. 22
8
4
May 2'»

RR—

A— 1947

6 Ms

Sale

31

102 M 103 M 102 % 103 M
Sale
104
103 %
103 % Nov
100 M 102 M 102 M 162% 102 M Nov
104 M Sale
103% 103 % 103% Nov

Sale

122

General Cable 1st s f g 5 Ms
AGeneral Elec (German) 7s

Sale

Nov.

4
Mar. 29
Oct.
7

5/

41M

8M

53

33 M
Sale

Sale

97
102

106 M 108 M 106 M
102 M 103 % 102%
100
103
100

35M

78% Nov. 30
39% Nov. 30
34
Nov. 30
34
Nov. 30
31
Nov.
1
17 M Nov.
7
17 M Nov.
7
80% Nov. 29
97
Nov. 30

29M Nov.

Sale

16%
16%

8
26

Jan.

Nov. 26
3 109
102% June
3
37% June 10 63 M Jan.

II

Sale

93 M

107% 108

30 106% Nov.
2 103 M Nov.

58 M
60

75M Nov.
35M Nov.

Sale

99"""Nov. 26

46

17M Aug.
5 35
99M Oct. 16 101

141

Sale

101

103 %
101
102%

1

Nov.

78M
39M

Sale

Nov. 29

18

105
95

Sale
105
Nov
103 % 103 M 102 M Nov

95M

Sale

107 M
99 M

146 M
105

61

57

Sale

90

f 5s

con

106 M 107 M 106M Nov.
Sale
1 106% Nov. 1
16
18
16
Nov. 26
17% Nov. 6
17%
19M
106 % Sale
106 % Sale
106M Nov. 26 107% Nov. 13
106 M 107 M 107 M
Sale
95
98

Sale Prices

61 10% Jan. 11
31 105% May
2
15
Apr.
8
July 29 31
17 % Nov. 27
17
Nov. 26
Apr.
1
17% Aug. 28 40

03 % June
101
May

20

38
101

106 M

76 M
36 %

D




5M

100M 100

98

95 M

Gas & Elec (Bergen Co) 5s
1949
Gen Amer Investors deb 5s ser A 1952

For footnotes

38

21

4%

106 M 105M 106
109
Sale
Sale

111% 112
32 M
45

102

Sale

75

M S

♦a(Amended) 1st cons 2-4s
1982
Proof of claim filed by owner... MJV
ACerdficates of deposit
Fort St U D Co 1st g 4 Ms
1941 J 3
Francisco Sugar coll trust 6s
1956 MN

RR

106

107 %

4M
Sale

143

"I7M

4s...1947 MN

1959 J D
1974 M 5

t*AHousatonic

6M

3M
72 M

Sale

6

Sale

Sale

Alst & ref 5s series A
ACertificates of deposit

Gen mtge

100

18

20 M
100 M

Sale

Sale

jFla East Coast 1st 4%s

(B

19M
20%
17%
17M

6
5%
IK Sale

8M

91

1943 J

Gotham Silk

6

Sale

78%

1942 M S
1st lien s f 6s stamped
—1942 M S
30-year deb 6s series B
1954 J D
Firestone Tire & Rubber 3%s_-1948 A O

Goodrich

9

8

Sale

55

f 5s stamped

a Debenture

Nov.

Nov.

104M Nov.
1 107
104M Nov. 19 105M
Sale
18M Nov. 20 20%
18 M
17
Nov. 26
17%
21M
23%
19M Nov. 27

105

108 M

55M

Fonda Johnstown & Gloversv

9,
24,
2,
22,

105 M 106
104 M

106 M 106 M 108 M 108 % 106M Nov.
Sale
48 M Nov.
48 % Sale
53
107 %
107 M Nov.
104
104 M
104M Nov.

108%
7M
7 M
1%
1%

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Highest

Highest

Sale Prices

107 M

53 %

lAFla Cent & Peninsular 5s

346,
,135,

Sale

Sale

49

58 International series
s

Sale

J

^Fairbanks Morse deb 4s

First lien

20

«7

AErnesto Breda Co 1st mtge 7s

5,

O

1938

s

Sale

J

1955

*i3d mtge 4Ms

Federal Lt & Tr 1st

22 M
20 M

f 6s—1957 J

f 6s

AN Y & Erie RR ext 1st

30,
2,

_

*ARef & impt gold 5s ser 19271967 MN
*ARef & impt 58 series 1930--1975 A O

AGenesee Riv RR 1st

105 M Sale
104M 105
20 M Sale

Ask

1

Lowest

Lowest

Range

t* aDuI So Shore & Atlantic g

AGen

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

Bid

99 M

Sale
Sale
32 M Sale
38
44 M

Ed El 111 N Y 1st cons g 5s

198"

Nov. 1

17

ADeposit receipts
ACuba RR 1st 50-yr g 5s

390,

89,

J

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Price

I!

BONDS

EXCHANGE—BONDC

52

88

Jan.

June

Feb. 23

10

65% June 10

Jan.

6

Nov.

6

Oct.

21

Nov.

4

5Z*
32

37^

9
90% Mar. 14
Nov.

90% Mar. 14
1 105% Nov. 18
Feb.
96
106% May 31 112% Oct. 18
36%
5 126%
May 24 89
40% May 28 55%
96% May 28 102%
21

115

70

Apr. 25
June

Oct. 30
Nov. 25
Nov. 11

3
Nov. 28
Apr.

N. Y. STOCK

Dec., 1940]
Sales in

%
231,000
12,000
501,000
268,000
77,000

""f.ooo
24,000

147",666
296,000
11,000
277,000
40,000
606,000

10,000

N. T. STOCK

EXCHANGE

Ii

Jan. 2,
1940
Bid

Hudson Coal 1st s f 5s series
Hudson County Gas 1st
Hudson & Manhat 1st &

a._ 1962 J

1949

5s

ref 5s a 1957 F

Adjust Income 5s
Feb 1957
Illinois Bell Telep 3 %s ser b
1970
Illinois Central 1st g 4s
1951
1st gold 3 ms
1951
Extended 1st g 3 Ha..
1951
1st gold 3s sterling
1951
Collateral trust gold 4s
1952
Refunding 4s
1955
Purchased lines 1st 3 %s
1952
Coll trust gold 4s
-1953
Refunding 5s
1955
40-year 4%s
1966
Cairo Bridge gold 4s
—1950
Litchfield Div 1st g 3s
1951
a

d

m N
a

A

a

J
O

41%
45%

Sale

41 m

MN

54

Sale

51x
38 m

f

A

45

80

61,000
32,000
47,000
19,000
1,000
39,000
8,000
48,000
29,000

a

st

a

refunding 5s

a 5s

Sale
Sale

96 m. Sale
7 m
7%

Sale

%

Sale

69

Sale

88 m

91

29%

31

33 %

68 m
65

108 m

29 m
Sale

Sale

Sale

24

8
j

104"

106]

Libby McNeil & Libby 4s
Liggett & Myers Tobacco 7a

For footnotes, see page




30.

11

79 m

86%

86

Sale

1m
57%
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
20

n*:::::
102% 103
106 m

Sale

103

95

7

%
6%
6%
51%
67%

Nov.

Nov.

1
8% Nov.
1% Nov. 1
7% Nov. 13

Nov.

Nov.

Nov.

%
56 %

104%

76 X Nov. 14

102 m Nov.

103% Nov. 4
105% Nov. 19

78

91

27

29%

65%

67%

69 % Sale
107 % 108

Nov.

8
8

Nov.

27%
1% Nov.

Nov,

58

Nov.

105

Nov.

Nov.

8

Nov.

25

1

29% Nov. 29
28

Nov.

Nov. 15

Nov.

29%

—.

78

Nov.

Nov.

91m
29

8

Nov.

85%
22%
Sale
23%
%
1m
Sale
56%
105
103%

Sale

107%

21%

79

70

70

90

156%
106 m

J

106%

MN

104 m

M S

107 X

Sale"

107%
105 X
105 X

A

O

2% Sale
84 %
86
80

85

Sale
Sale
Sale

A

j
J

Nov. 29

95 m
90 m

95

58

34

15

50

75

Nov. 29

75

Nov. 29

Feb.

50

Feb.

68
80

June

75

May 14

Feb.

80

Feb.

5

80

Nov. 18 163% Nov. 18
Nov.
1 108% Nov. 30
Nov. 27 106% Nov. 27
Nov.
1 106% Nov. 14
Nov. 28 105% Nov. 20

3% Nov. 18
94
Nov. 14
93
Nov.
8

Mar.

85

Jan.

25

157

May

168

Apr.

15

105

May

108% Nov. 30
7
106% Nov. 14
105% Nov. 20
108% Aug.

106% Nov.
100% May
101

June

1 % July 20
80
June 13

3%
95%
95%
62 %
61%

79% June 18
38
May 21
38
May 28
33

June

39

Mar

69% Apr.

6
27

4

42

Nov.

4% Apr. 10
97% Sept. 18
95% Nov. 25

62% Nov. 12
61 % Nov. 12

60% Nov. 19

61% Nov. 16

88

Nov. 26

23

97% Nov. 14

79% May 21

92% Nov. 14

Oct. 19
May 24
42% May 28
79% June 22
30
June 24

39% Jan.
5
70% Nov. 14
68% Nov. 14
95
Nov.
9
41
Oct. 30

Jan.

27

Sale
Sale

91%

95

Nov.

9

36

38

36% Nov. 29

41

Nov.

1

60

95

56% Nov. 13

56% Nov. 13

27

May 10

35

Jan.

32% Nov.

36

Nov. 16

22

36

Nov. 16

Nov.

35
35

Nov. 19

23

Apr. 12
May 29

35

Nov. 19

Nov. 15

20% Apr. 15
24% Feb. 27
20% Apr. 15

35

Nov. 15

30%
68

Sale

34

37%
34%
34%
34%
34%

75

72

87

44%

84%
Sale

44

Sale

72

68
Sale

Sale

46

50 m
Sale

50% Sale
20% Sale
22 m Sale

127 m

2

94

41

zi

34

Nov.

30% Nov.
Nov.

75

73% Nov.
44% Nov.
44
Nov.
16% Nov.
17% Nov.
20% Nov.
50
Nov.
118
Nov.

34% Nov. 15
35% Nov. 18
80

73%
47%
50%
21%
22%

12

Jan.

9

Jan.

23
3

Nov.

8

30

51

Oct.

Nov.

9

22%
23%
25%
58%

Oct.

40

June

Nov.-20

109

June

106% 104% Nov.
Sale
122 m 123
122% Nov.
Sale
128% Nov.
130 m 129
100
98
96% Nov.
97%
Nov.
106
106% 106
107
Sale
103% Nov.
104% 105

106% Nov. 27
1
123% Nov.
129% Nov. 2

99

June

Nov.

31% Nov. 26
109% Nov. 18

Sale

106

34
27
108 m 109
Sale
93
91%

34
Sale

30

107% Nov.
91
Nov.

Nov. 12

99

Nov. 14

106

Nov. 13

104% Nov. 22

93

Nov. 14

30

1

25
57
118

80

50

June

Nov. 15

19

73% Nov. 14
2
48% Feb.

4 118

11 106%

121% May 22
120% May 23
90
May 23
104% Mar. 20
100% May 15
28% June
105
May
63% Feb.

20

34% Nov. 15
35% Nov. 18

Nov. 13

4

Sale

56% Nov. 13

Nov. 14
Nov. 12

Nov.

22

53

123%
129%
96 m
104%
103%

31% Nov.

Jan.

Nov.

19%

25

32

37%

May 21
8% May 21
9% May 21
10% May 22

16% Sale
17% Sale

58 m
56%
116% 117% 117M
104 m

127

23

103% Nov. 30
107% Jan. 20

May
104% July

30% Nov. 28
70% Nov. 14
68% Nov. 14

31%

O

Oct.

15% Oct.

16

100

4

34

j

105

64% Nov.
1
62% Nov.
6
92
Nov. 29

34%

120%

11
May 31

24 % June
5
50
May 28
50
May 21

28

32

117

o

65%
63%
94%

31

O

23

31

62

30 m

A

Nov. 26

Jan.

62%

32

19

-

%

99

44% Mar. 13
47% Mar. 13
6
1% Jan.

30

31

15%
49m

22

14

Sale

30

O

2

Sale
64 m

17

A

2

5
74% Jan.
76% Feb. 19

28 X

a

17

14

June

82

F

15
14 H

6

June

88
Nov. 26
97
Nov. 14
92% Nov. 14

33%
34%
32%

J

June

85
Nov.
7
95% Nov. 27
90% Nov.
6

32%

43 x
43 m

82
21

95%
91%

31%
31%

A

6

18

2

2
99
May 23 103% Jan.
90% May 28 105% Nov. 19
Apr.
9
70% Aug. 20 95

91%

29

F

-----

95%

26%

52

g* June

Jan.

14% Jan.
14% Jan.

Nov. 7
Aprl
8
Apr.
4
Feb. 13
Oct.
3
Nov. 12

90

94

A

48%

% Nov. 23
6% Oct. 30
6% Nov. 29
May 28

91 %
39%
38%
69%
70%
May 23 109%

90

94

a

26 m
50

100

102% June 25 107% Nov. 25
89
May 28 103% Nov. 12
97% Nov. 7
78
May 21
2
Nov. 25
16% Jan.
7

June

102% Nov. 28 103 % Nov. 30
106% Nov.
8 106% Nov. 8

% Sale

F

29 m

Oct. 16
July 10
7
Oct.
Sept. 23

64 X
62 m

54%

30
Sale

3

13

Feb.

36%
99%
69%
17%

May 13 105% Mar. 19
3
May 29 106% Oct.

104

13% Mar.
July

163%
107%
106%
105
106 m 105%
104% 105m 104%
108

F

26 m

7

50% Jan.
47

25

Sale

85

35

21
21
10
17
1

84

95

78%
82%
82%

37

May
May
19% July
99% Jan.
54
July
8% June

33

30

8
1

85

75
80

87 x
32

23

7

87

Sale

Sale

Oct.

Nov.
Nov.

96m
94

53

86 m

65

91 % Nov.
34

57% Nov. 28
58
Nov. 27
1
1

45

30 m

17

1

49% Nov.
52
Nov.

Sale
Sale

O

6

Feb.

6

7

Sale
58 m

Sale

m 5

May

Oct.

Sale
Sale

59

58%

Sale
Sale

Feb

56

Nov.

58

95 m

49 m

50 m
48

54

May 22 58
May 18 105

56 m
56

Sale

44

36 %

5
7
30

93

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
60% Nov.
61% Nov.

Sale
Sale

81%

75%
75%

3%

3m
93 m
93 X

40

d

15

7

67% Nov. 19
65% Nov. 27
70% Nov.
8
Nov. 20
107% Nov. 18 109% Nov. 12

106%

39

45 X
43 m

Oct.

Nov.

68

162

162

Sale

M s

79

65
Apr.
65% Feb.

38

79

75

J

4
3

11

103 m

78
90

O

3

56% Jan.

Apr. 23
Sept. 26

14

79

j

46% Jan.
46% Jan.

Oct.

9

16m

73

j

10

Nov. 13

20

21

A

8
4

Feb.

45

43

Nov. 13

Nov.

95

25 m

10 iH Nov. 12
97% Nov. 7

Nov.

Sale

24

68% Nov. 27
15% Nov. 17

Nov.
7
106
107% Nov. 25

104% 104% Nov.
85

78

Sale

Sale

90 m

87

1955
1944

66

69 m
108 %

Sale

6%
51X
74%
102 m
104 m

J

—1951 f A 129% 130%
97
100
1952 A O
Little Miami gen 4s series a
1962 m1v
Loew's Incs f deb 3 Ms
1946 f a 102m Sale"
j
D
66
75
Lombard Elec 7s series a
1952
Sale
Lone Star Gas 3 Ms debs
1953 f A 108
a Long Dock Co 3% > ext to
1950 a o 72%
5s debenture
Lion Oil Ref conv deb 4m8

32%

Sale

7%

J

82

5s.-1951
1965

25
1

103%

101]

Lehigh Valley (n y) 4Ms ext---1950
AfN
t a Leh Vai (Pa) gen con g 4s
20u3
a Gen cons 4 m *
2003 afn
a Gen consol 5s
2003 AfN

Lehigh Valley Term Ry ext
Lexington & East 1st gu 0

76%
85%
22 m

Sale

80

5s. —1954

102 %
104 x

94 H

M s

j

Leh Vail Harbor Term 1st

7m
7m

54

57 X

8

1974
1943 J~3
1943

extend to

105% Nov.
99% Nov.

IX
6%
6%

1%

44% Nov. 12
41 % Nov.
8
36% Nov. 22

105% Nov. 23

105 m Nov.
1057jj Nov.

Sale

fund 5s —1974 fa

stamped

ASec 6 % notes
a6s stamped

1

Nov. 13

36 H Nov.

104 x 105m 105 m
105732 Sale
105% Sale

53

O

1964

a5s stamped

Nov.

14

7 m

25

Lake Erie & Western rr—
5s 1937 extended at 3% to
1947 J
55,000
j
2d gold 5?
1941
51,000
J
45,000 Lake Shore & Mich Sou g3%8--1997
Lautaro Nitrate Co Ltd—
a 1st mtge income reg_Dec 31 1975
65,000
Nav4%sser a—1954
109,000 Lehigh Coal
Cons sink fund 4 ms ser o
1954
58,000

AFirst & re; sinking

68

15

Sale

J

1954
1954
1964

69m

14

Sale

1961 J

a5s stamped

68m

100 X

87%
89%

1944

16

Sale

.

a5s stamped
Alst & refunding 5s

27
1

107 m

Sale

Nov. 27

35 m Nov.

Sale

84

60% Nov. 27

98

Sale

—

1965
1945

Sale

40

38

Sale

a

J

41X Sale
38% Sale

Sale

Sale

—

Sale
Sale
Sale

100 X
96

Sale

j

43 m

39m
35 m

Sale

28

J

53

60 m

65

105 m

Sale

15
21

47

55

15m

Sale

5

45

71%

13%

Sale

Nov."27

June

48% Jan
50
Apr.

88

68

Sale

58

Oct.

61

10 127

32% May 23
34
May 22
34% May 27
31% June
5
40
May 23
28% May 21
70
July 22
Aug.

75

61

90 x

44% Nov.
42% Nov. 6
42% Nov. 12
52
Nov. 7
40% Nov. 8

56

92 m

10

J

-

53

55

102% Sale

42% Nov.

27

42

70

105

June

43 X
45

60

a

o

63 x
63

41

100m

89% Nov. 15
-Nov. 14

90

20
15
29
25
28

May 22

53

63

Sale
Sale

37% Nov.
Nov.
40% Nov.
38m Nov.
47 m Nov.
36 X Nov.
40

37% Jan.
8
Apr. 30
36% June 10 50% Jan. 24
16% Feb. 21
9% May 22
4
108% May 22 112% Jan.
91
Jan
3
86
July 30
83
May 27 89% Nov. 15
Nov. 14
86
May
6 9 0
22

120
*

4

78m

43 X
48

15m
95

40

Sale

61m

57

49

Sale

38m Sale
46 m
50

36%

w

89 m Nov. 15
88
Nov.
8
70
Sale

Sale

41

76

45

10%

Sale

78%
66 x

85

57 X
60

1950 AO
162,000 Kan City South 1st g 3s
j
Ref & Imp 5s
—April 1950 j
414,000

a

38m
40 m
35

63

1990 A
1936 a

20,000 Lehigh & New Eng rr 4s
18,000 Lehigh & n « 1st gu g 4s
Lehigh Valley Coal—

42 m
Sale

35

60

7,000 Kanawha & Mich 1st gu g 4s
177,000 J*aK c Ft s & m ref g4s.
a Ctfs of dep (Bankers Trust)
56,000

4,000
13,000
3,000
20,000
3,000
1,000
107,000
41,000
585,000
297,000
124,000
41,000
1,000

Sale
70

F

22:066

43%

41

MN

111,000 Jones & Laughlin St'l 1st m 4 Ha

1,000

91%
86%
86 X
43

1961 M S

9,000
32,000
152,000
259,000
133,000
95,000
21,000

42 m Nov.
10 X Nov. 26
11% Nov.
109% Nov.
* 110% Nov.

42% Sale

-

2,000
10,000
1,000
78,000
35,000

10 X
109%
92%
88 m
88 m

41

1955
Deb gold 5s
...
602,000
M S
16,000 lilowa Central Ry 1st & ref 4s._ 1951
J d
20,000 James Franklin & Cleart 1st 4s. 1959

Plain.

Sale

Sale

1947 F
1952 j

1961
4Ha unguaranteed
Kings Co Elec Lt & Pow 6s__— 1997
1954
Kings Co Lighting 1st ref 5s
1951
1st & ref 6ha
—
1951
Koppers c > 4s series a
1950
Kresge Foundation 3 % notes
Kreuger & Toll class a—
a 5s Uni orm ctfs of deposit-- 1959
1939
ALaclede Gas Lt ref ext 5s
1942
Ref & ext mtge 5s
1953
Coll & re 5 ms series o
1960
Col & ref g 5%s ser d
1942
Coll tr 6s series a
1942
Collatera. trust 6s series b

Sale

Sale

J

1960
105,000 Kan City Term 1st 4s
Karstadt (Rudolph) Inc—
1943
a Ctfs w w stpd (par $645)
1943
a Ctfs w w stpd (par $925)
1943
a With warrants (par $925)
Keith Corp (b f) 1st ser g6s_--- 1946
35,000
1987
1,000 Kentucky Central 1st gu 4s
Kentucky & Ind Term 1st 4Hs-- 1961
1961
Stamped
"2", 000

Sale

11%

48 m

—

—

44

109 x

O

1952
ja Internat Gt Nor 1st 6s a
o
a Adj mtge 6s series a_ July 1 1952
J
1956
a 1st mtge gold 5s series b
J
1956
a 1st gold 5s series c.
o
1944
Internat Hydro el deb 6s—
o
1941
Int Merc Marine 1st s f 6s
j
Intern Paper conv 5s series a__ 1947
1955 M S
Refunding 6s series a
AfN
Int Rys of Cent Amer 1st 5s b — 1972
First lien &ref 6 Ha--

125 m Nov.

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

29% Nov. 12
126% Nov. 20
44% Nov.

Sale

MN
J

Nov.

Sale

70

j

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

27

28%
126 M
43

35

A

Ask

Ask Bid
29 x

1

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

Nov. 30

129
Sale

29

91

86 %
86 %

Dlv&

InternatT & Tdebg4^s

Bid

125

68

111 Cent & Chic St l & n o—
Joint 1st & ref 5s ser a
1963
451,000
4 ha series c
372,000
1963
—1948
7,000 illseder Steel Corp 6s
*Alnd Bloomington & w lst4s__1940
21",000 Indiana 111 & Iowa 1st gold 4s.. 1950
4,000 1 Alndianapol & Louisv 1st gu 4s_1956
Indianapolis Union ry—
Ref & Impt mtge 3 %s ser b — 1986 M S
4,000
J
194* J
118,000 Industrial Rayon 4%s.o
1961
Inland Steel 1st mtge 3s ser f
173,000
o
81,000 Inspiration Consol Copper 4s— 1952
o
1947
305,000 Interlake Iron conv deb 4s—

79,000
102,000
44,000
56,000
130,000
541,000
59,000
457,000
4,000
27,000
834,000

Nov. 1

37 m
46 m

M s

Termg3%s—1953
Omaha Div 1st gs3s
1951
St Lou Div & Term g 3s
1951
Gold3%s_
1951
Springf Div 1st g3%s—
1951
Western Lineslst g 4s
1951

Louisv

Ask

34

45% Sale
13% Sale
112%
89

J
A

33 %
125

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Price

BONDS

November
Value

EXCHANGE—BONDS

23
28

Oct.

28
28

Oct.

26

Jan.

16

Oct.

Nov? 27

127% Jan.

3

131% Mar. 26
2

101

Feb.

106

Nov. 13

105

Mar. 21

73% Feb. 29
110
93

Feb.

4

Nov. 15

26

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE-BONDS

nles in

|s

BONDS

November

N. y. STOCK EXCHANGE

Value

II

H&.

142,000
409,000
112,000
401,000
112,000
84,000
2,000
5,000
2,000

88,000
11,000

33,000
800,000
51,000
56,000
35,COO

Ask

Bid

S

10,000
198,000
141,000
21,000
20,000
151,000
9,000
2,000

Price
Jan, 2,
1940

Long Island unified 4s
1949
Guar ref gold 4s
1949
4s stamped
-1949
Lorillard (P) Co deb 7s———1944
5s debenture
—1951
Louisiana & Ark 1st 5s series A- -1969
Louisville Gas & Elec SHs.
1960
Lou & Jeff Bridge gu g 4s. . ——1945
Louisville & Nashville RR—
1st & ref 5s series B
2003
1st & ref 4 Ms series C
..2003
1st & ref 4s ser D
...——2003
1st & ref 3 Ms series E
.....2003
Unif mtge ext 354s series A...1950
Unif mtge ext 4s series B—..I960
Paducah & Mem Div 4s......1946
St Louis Div 2d gold 3s......1980
Mob & Montg 1st g 4Ms..... 1945
.

M S
M 8

M 8

AO
F A
J

89
88 54

127

126
125

J

54 127 M

83

M S
M 8

110

Sale
Sale

107 M
100 M
92 54 Sale
8654 Sale

100

81M

83

Bid

Sale
Sale

96

Sale

122M Sale
127 M 129

M

Sale

110
109M 112
102

M 8

Sale

M S

"7754

Sale

96 M

Sale

"86""

Sale

925a

A

106 M

86

I1!?*
84

Sale

113M
86 M

10654 Sale

Sale Prices
Ask
Sale Prices
95 M Nov.
1
98
1
95K Nov.
96
98
97 54
Nov.
1
995a Nov. 15
96
97 54 Sale
Nov.
1
99 M Nov. 15
Nov. 14
122 54 122M 1225a Nov. 22 123
127 M Nov. 12 128 M Nov. 26
128
Sale
83 K Nov.
85
85 M Nov. 13
4
110
Nov. 25
11054
Nov. 12 111
110M Il2" 1105a Nov. 19 1105a Nov. 19

15

10554 105

100 M

Sale

Sale

102

Nov.
Sale
96
99
Nov.
91
92 M
92 M
Nov.
Sale
88
86
Nov.
104 54 105
104M Nov.
10754 1085a 105M Nov.
106
107M 106M Nov.
84
86
88
Nov.
113
Nov.
112M 114
Sale
86
88
Nov.
107
108M 106M Nov.

104 54

/105

MN

106
Sale

1055a Nov.

MN

4054 Sale

27 54

Sale

86

85 H

92

26
85

30

M 8

Manila RR South Lines 1st 4s—1959 MN

50

83K

40

72

44

3,000 tiMan G B & NW 1st gu 3MS..1941 J J
29,000 Marion Steam Shovel s f g 6s....1947 A O
Stamped
!
20,000
*
J
iMarket Street Ry 1st 7s .Apr 1940
1,000
A
68,000
(Stpd mod) 5% ext to
1945
-1955 M 8
14,000 Mead Corp 1st mtge 4 Ms

15
68

22

'70"

18
87

68
22

"935a

88

95

90

91

Sale

85 M

89 M

86

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

80

90

82

Nov.

Manati

Sugar 4s s f
& Lt 1st 5s

Manila El Ry

Feb 1 1957
1953

18,000 Metropolitan Edison 4Ms ser D.1968
5,000 Met Water, Sewer & Drain 5Ms.l950
2,000 *tiMet West Side Elev (Chic) 4s 1938
A Miag Mill Mach 1st s f g 7S-.-1956
Michigan Central RR—
Jack L & S gold 3 Ms
1951
1st gold 3 Ms
1952
5,000
Ref & Imp 4Mb series C
1979
21,000
163,000 Michigan Consol Gas 1st M 4s—1963

51,000 1*a Midland of N J 1st ext 5s...1940
t Milwaukee & Northern RR—
*
a 1st ext 4 Ms
1939
2,000
*
a Con ext 4 Ms
—1939
9,000
144,000 1A Mil Spar & N W 1st gu 4s
1947
1 aMUw & State Line 1st gu 3 Ms 1941
—1934
42", 000 {iMinn & St Louis 5s ctfi
A 1st & refund gold 4s..
...1949
17,000
....

1962
754",000 t* AM St P & S S M 4s stpd guar.1938
a

Ref & ext series 5s A

D
D

M S
A O

F
J

M S
AfN
J
J
M S
J
J

D

J

D

M S

49
27
15

g

5Ms

J

.....1949 M S

a

66,000
289,000

a
a

A

M"S

5s ser G
....1978 MN
a Certificates of
deposit....Convertible gold 5 Ms
1949 MN
1st ref gold 5s series H__
1980 A O
a

*

Certificates of deposit...

1981 F

1938
{Mobile & Ohio RR—
a Montgomery Div 1st g 5s
1947
a Refunding & Improv't 4MS-1977
2,000
♦a Sec 5% notes
....1938
14,000
1991
4,000 Mohawk & Mai 1st gu g 4s
3,000 Monongahela Ry 1st M 4s ser A 1960
Monongahela West Penn Pub Serv—
a

.

.

A

M 5

M S
M

S

MN

15

85

75a
2

102M Aug.
81
May
70
July
39
May
255a Oct.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov.

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

9

Sale

6M

Sale

9

Sale

IK
.

H

5354
79 M

2

1
54M
82
Sale

Sale

16K
175a
165a
154 Sale

14 M
1354
3 54 Sale
1454 Sale
1354
1454
14 M
1354
2M Sale
14 M
14 M
135a
145i Sale

&
70

5§

105M 106

Sale
Sale
60

51

72

154 Sale
16 M Sale
16
16 K
16
1

16 M
16

Sale

Sale

70

77

75a Nov. 13
15l Nov. 7

6

9

17

Nov. 6
Nov. 27
65a Nov.
2
15l Nov. 29
5a Nov. 27
5254 Nov. 9
80
Nov. 29
19
Nov. 16
5

3

Sale

17

16

65a Nov. 1
1M Nov. 25

Sale

Sale

165a Sale

27M Nov. 14

95a Nov. 18
8M Nov. 18

Sale

Sale

Nov. 28

56
Nov. 28
26K No\. 8
125a Nov. 30

Sale
Sale
Sale

165a Sale
17
175a
165a
5a Sale

Sale

88

Nov. 14
Oct. 26

113

MX

Nov. 26
Feb. 21

Oct.

29

22

Apr.

4

9454 Nov. 19
9154 Oct.

29

83
Mar. 20
57
Sept.14 7954 Nov. 30
100 M May 28 10654 Sept. 23

Nov. 19
Nov. 19 95
Nov. 6 67M Nov. 9
Nov. 6 107K Nov. 12
Nov. 14 28M Nov. 2

Nov.

4

Nov. 27

22 10454 Nov. 14
11 8154 Sept. 25
27 5554 Jan. 19
14 46
Apr. 23

66

79M Nov.
106M Nov.

15

Oct.

10854 Nov, 29
3
10654 Oct.

5 10554 Nov. 13

15 M May 18
64 K Jan. 11
June 19
52 M Jan.
4

e945a Nov.

56

9354 Nov. 15
105

10454 July *29 107
155a Apr. 19 25

1

1

16 H
16

14 M

.

May 29

109

June 21 112 54 Jan.
Feb.
1 90

35M July

T5M

May 22
June 24

67
90

Oct.

May
July
97
May
95a Jan.
55

11
67
Oct.
95
Nov.
31
10 6754 Nov.
22 10754 Nov.
15 30
Mar.

37 K May 21
155a June 19
8

9
21
754 May 27
33
Oct. 30

61

11
19

9

12
14

Sept. 30
Jan. 20

32

May 25

1654 Apr.

45a June 5
15l June 13
54 Aug.
1
3 H May 23
3K June 11
3 54 May 24
154 May 17

8 HI Apr.

8

73

65a
1M
5a

1

Sale
Sale
Sale
2M
H
154
53
54M
78

26

Sale
154
„

58

125a Sale

11K
105a
10M
35a

51

18

17
165a
16 K Sale
165a Sale
775a

9

Nov. 15
Nov. 27

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
16
Nov.
165a Nov.
16M
1551
15a
165a

16

Nov.

5a Nov.
165a Nov.
165a Nov.
165a Nov,
155a Nov.
74K Nov.

Nov. 30
6K Nov. 9
9

Nov. 30

2M Nov. 8
15i Nov. 9
535a Nov. 6
84M Nov. 7
23M Nov. 20

125a Nov.

1

12
12

Nov. 20
Nov. 25
4M Nov. 8

185 No\. 9
17
Nov. 18
ik Nov. 12
Nov. 9
Nov. 12
185a Nov. 9
17m Nov. 16
Nov.
1
185a Nov. 9
175a Nov. 19
ism No>. 9
17 k Nov. 16
78
Nov. 21

II*

4
254 Jan.
4
254 Apr. 24
Nov. 30

9

654 Nov.

9

9

Nov. 30

2K

Apr. 16

June

1

June

4

5954 Feb. 28

May 21

88
Oct. 17
32 H Mar. 20

Oct.

25

754 May 21
8
May 23
85a June 10
3

Oct.

29

13

May 21
125a June
6
154 Nov. 19
12 54 May 21
12 54 May 21
12 5* May 28
1254 May 21
54 May 17
12K June 11
1254 May 21
12 54 May 22
1254 June 11

Mar.

2

7

1954 Jan

2

1554 Jan
1654 Jan.
854 Jan.

4

2
4

2154 Apr.
4
2054 Mar. 28
Jan.

4

3

2154 Apr.
2154 Apr.
21 H Apr.
2154 Apr.
254 Jan.
2154 Apr.
2054 Mar. 28
2154 Apr.
4
2154 Apr.
3

35

37
Nov.
40M Nov.
54 M
55M Nov.
105M 1065a 105M 1065a 105M Nov
43

56

57

53 M

110
Sale
no*
Sale
112M Sale
104 M Sale
106M Sale
70
72 M
72M
43
4354
75
43
79
435a
79

II*

110

Nov.
Nov.
1045a Nov.
705a Nov.
44
Nov.
111

37

60

June 22

79

15

—

June

2754 Sept. 11

8
8

20

8
Nov. 20

48

May 22
May 21
Aug. 14

Nov.

44
Nov.
555a Nov.
106

103

June

May

8
Sept. 20

37

Nov.

44

5854 Oct.

6 107

1

'Jan.

14
25

105

110K Nov.
113
Nov.
106M.Nov.
76

25

5

May 2711054 Feb. 17
Nov. 18
May 22 113
9554 May 22 10654 Nov. 22

103

Nov.

62

Sept.

44M Nov.

44

Oct.

5654 Jan.

9

44

Oct.

44

Oct.

14

4

86

Jan.

17

40

*51" "68"
41M Sale
MN

40

Sale

MN

36 M

J D
M N

108 54

Sale
Sale

F

A

J

D

MN

{a Naugatuck RR 1st g4s.
1954
Newark Consol Gas 5s...
1948 J
9,000 {a New England RR cons 5s guarl945 J
a Cons guar 4s........
...1945 J
10,000

D

MN

#¥/

65a
154
U
65a
654
6M
1M

55M

26 M

23

100
85

.1954 J

For footnotes, see page 30,

59 M

Sale
73

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

10954 109 M
110M 11154

M 8
1965 A O

National Steel 1st M 3s
Nat Supply 1st mtge 3 Ms

56

Sale

—

Nov.

9

7 10454 Nev. 25
June 10
9954 Nov. 25

72 M June 11

1055a Nov.

91
82

15
15
24
25
4

Nov. 25

June 14 11154 Mar.

103 M Aug. 24
104 M Aug. 27
101
May 29
June 10
78
112
Feb.
2
73 5a Jan. 18

1085a Nov.
106M Nov.
88
Nov.
113
Nov.
885a Nov.
107
Nov.

22

June 17 111

Nov.
Nov.
Jan.
Mar.
Apr.

78

Nov.

1045a
79M
54
30M

106
108

9954
29 99 54
31 126 k
23 12954
28 8654

83

1UH Not. 7 112M Nov. 22
49
55
Nov. 15
Nov. 1
6
Nov. 14
6
Nov. 14

88
96
945a
96
64
67
67 M
65M
Sale
106
10654 Sale 107
24
28 M
2654 Sale
25K

125a
105a
10 M
35a

W*

715< Nov.

10JS

6654
9454

22 54

66

1941 MN

Nashville Chat & St L 1st 4s A..1978
^National Acme 454s extendedl .946
National Dairy Prod deb 3 Ms ww .'51
Nat Distillers Products 3 Ms
1949

75M

Sale.

22 M Sale
28 M Sale
33 M Sale

A

1955

Mutual Union Tel 5s

654

Sale

1955

...2000
88,000 Morris & Essex 1st gu 3Ms
Constr M 5s ser A
.1955
80,000
Constr M 4 Ms ser B
1955
218,COO
1968
14,000 Mountain States T & T 3 54»
....1947
1,000 Mutual Fuel Gas 1st gu 5s




55
64

F

...1955

Gen & ref s f 4Ms ser O...
Gen & refs f 5sser D__

Sale

J "J

1st inige 4M8
.1960
62,000
6s debentures
1965
136,000
415,000 Montana Power 1st & ref 354s.. 1966
13,000 Mont Tram 1st & ref 5s series A.1941
General & refunding 5s A.....1955
2,000
Gen & ref 5s series B

3

Sale
Sale
7M
8M

1st & ref 5s series F
...-1977 MN
a Certificates of deposit...

1st & ref 5s series I
a Certificates of deposit..
Mo Pac 3d 7s ext at 4% July

Sale

16 54

..1965 F

a

54

19
14 54

a 1st & ref g

39,000

1M

45
4

29 54

40-year 4s series B... ........ 1962
Pr lien mtge 4 Ms ser D
1978
ACum adjust 5s series A Jan 1967
{ AMissouri Pacific RR Co—
a Certificates of deposit.....—
AGeneral 4s___
1975

73

5 54
6M

J

.....1962

Alst & refund 5s series A

66M
94 M
6554

15
16

Sale

H

8

25M

H

6

Prior lien 5s series A..

1,009.000

75

5

Sale

100
76
52

87
May
120M May
120
May
75
May

Sale Prices
95 k Nov.
1

5

925a June

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

105

Sale Prices
89
Jan. 10

855a June

1

Highest

18

2

6
2

53

Sale
79M Sale
106M
105M 106

3

Sale

If

J

49

Sale

F
J

25-year

85

77 n

111M 111K 11254
86M

9154 Sale
65 M
74
101M Sale
9M
12M

5

103..
76M
50 M

175a

55M

88

J

5s._......

Sale
Sale

13*

.1938

cons

a

119,000
10,000
444,000

54,000
1,000
200,000
106,000
77,C0C
38,000

112
*82

M S

cons

52 54

7S

"7iM

30 M

Q

78

Sale

105

J
MJV

J

a 1st ref 5Ms series B.
1978 J
8,000 1 iMissouri-Illinois RR 5s ser A. .1959
...1990
398,000 Mo Kan & Tex 1st g 4s
Missouri-Kansas-Texas RR—

442,000
215,0C0
8,000
460,000
37,000
9,000

D

5154

58 grd as to int....1938
A 1st & ref 6s series A........ 1946

♦Alst
*Alst

59,000
267,000
6,000
14,000
16,000

857,000
83,000
176,000
508,000

A
D

76 54
52

104M
995a
93M
89M

29

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
275a Nov.

J
J

Lowest

Highest

9754

15

O

RANGE SINCE JAN.

Lowest

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

95 M
96

1104 M Sale
105 M Sale
106
1065a

J
South Ry joint Monon 4s.....1952 J
Atl Knox & Cin div g 4s
..1955 MN
ALower Austrian Hydro-El 6 Ms .1944 FA

McCrory Stores Corp deb 3 Ms.-1955
1 iMcKesson & Robbins deb 654sl960
Maine Central RR 4s series A—1945
Gen mtge 4Ms series A.—...1960

91M

Sale
87 54
89

PRICES IN NOVEMBER
Nov. 1

D
J

J

11654
10154

43
43M
65
41
4154
42M
3954
405a 36
33
375a Sale
108 54 Sale
110K
116M
ii65a

405a Nov.

Sale

35M Nov.

Sale

1C1173J

102 M

66 54
66M
Sale
101M

106M

Sale

1045a Sale
Sale

66 M

1055a
1045a Sale 1045a
Sale
106
1075a
1055a 105M 1055a
68
122
38

38M

Nov.

42 5< Nov
405! Nov,

67 M

Sale
105
Sale
106

66
Nov.
102M Nov.
1055a Nov.
1045a Nov.
106
Nov.
1055a Nov.

685a
102M
1065a
1055a
10754

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

106

Nov.

60

415a

48

41

4354 Oct.
June
May
May

5654 Mar. 15
4754 Jan. 11
4454 Jan. 10

May
June

11054 Nov. 20

34 54
27
24 54
10454
11254

10054 July

122
40 M

9
8
1

37M Nov.
110K Nov. 20
1165a Nov. 27

101M

106

Sale

32

1085a Nov.
1165a Nov.

—

6754 Sale
102M

102

65
Sale

"445a

39M Nov.
39
Nov.

41M Nov.
435a Nov.

64
102

June

May
10354 May
§9 H May
10054 May
102
-May
63
June
119
June
36
Jan.

3154 May

39

Jan.

4

Feb.

6

10154 Jan.

8

70 54 Jan.

25

120

Sept. 21
10754 Feb. 14
106 54 Apr.
8
10754 Nov. 25
103

106

71

Nov. 18

Jan.

11

12454 Jan. 31
4354 Apr. 13

4354

Nov. 26

Sales in

BONDS

Value

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE

Jan. 2,
1940
Bid

23,000 New England T & T 30-yr 5s A. 1952 J D
30,000
1st g 4M8 series B
1961 AfN

24,000
81,000
47,000
57,000
84.000
29,000
1,000
91,000
2,000
19,000

45",o5o

N J Junction RR gu 1st 4s—.-1986
N J Pow & Light 1st AHs
-1960
New Orleans Great Nor 5s ser

7,000

Npt & Oin B
429,000
371,000
3,213,000
883,000
495,000

...1956

deposit—-----

.....1954
deposit..———
gu g 4 His——.1945

ilst 514s series A
iOertificates of
gen

New York Central RR—>
Consol 4s series A

¥'A

H

107

129M

"70""
Sale

71
Sale

56

Sale
Sale

Sale

31M
30M

104M
Sale" 104 M
65 M
67
68
25
31M 29M
30 M
28 M
31
34 M
35M 34

105M
104 H

35 M

Sale

"34""

Sale"

"28""

32M
37 M

J

J

107

40

36
35
35
33
30
Sale
36

113

—...

A

64 M

Sale

62 H

Sale

O

61
74M

Sale

A

Ref & impt 5s series

Conv secured 314s

Sale

90 M

Sale

90

Sale

O

55

Sale

Sale

O

58 M
64 M
63 M

Sale

56 M
63 M
60 M

Sale
Sale
Sale

84 M

Sale

85M

86

97 H
65

Sale

99

59

Sale

58

70 M
59 M

Sale
Sale

88

Sale

70 M
57 M
85

O—...--2013
-1952

605f

Sale

Af N

61

Sale

J

A

F

J
J
A

F

A

79 H
78 M
Sale
86
Sale
59
58 M

O

65

Sale

57 M
81

Sale

J

A

M S
P

A

Sale

83 M

75

77

A] 105 M Sale
A tl05M 107

"V,666

Long Branch gen 4s....
JiN Y New Haven & Hartford—
...

........

-

Sale

109

Sale

109 M

125 M

Sale

Sale

124 M

11M
13 M
100M 102
53 M Sale
62 M
65

—

15

19
102

54M
55 M
60 M Sale
75M 88
85 M 105
79M
89

1954 A O
J
1955 J
1956 AfN
J
1956 J
J
1948 J
1940 A O

16M
15M
Sale

15M 20
15M Sale
14M
15M
18

Sale

30

Sale

17}

Sale
74

5

1957 AfN
1967 J D
1954 AfN

72

1992 M S
1955 J D
O

97

4M
2M

109 M

Sale

106 H 108 M
104M 106

AO
A
F A
F A

North Cent gen Sc ref 5s ser A..1974 Af S
Gen & ret 4Ms series A—....1974 Af 8

88

77

80M Nov. 27

54
54 M Sale
57
57 M
58
110
110M 108 H
110
110M 109M

Nov. 12

54

57

122 M
106
106 M
105 M Sale

106 M

Sale

105M 117

Nov.
8
61M Nov, 7
H Nov. 12

95
93

Nov. 27
Nov. 12

Nov. 28 56 M Nov.
59 h Nov.
Nov. 27
Nov. 1 110M Nov.
Nov. 1 110M Nov.

Sale

16

Nov.

2

22

100M 101M 100 M Nov. 19 100 M
54 M
50 M Nov. 28
45
50
61
50
56
56M Nov. 29
93
97 M
85
Nov. 4 96
87
82

14
14

26

15

Nov. 30

Nov. 19
Nov. 6
Nov. 7
Nov. 22

105

87

13M

85

18

14 M Nov.

Nov.

10

15
Sale

16

Sale

8

16M
Sale

19M Sale-,
32
32 M
3M Sale
17M Sale
Sale

77

4M
1M
92

Sale

48

50
Sale

Sale

27 M
11

10M
59 M
Sale

93
Sale

Sale

Sale

109

4M

14M Nov.

13 M
70

74M

70
74
125 M Sale
103M 105
104H 106
105 M Sale

115M
108

105

118M
112M 113 M

Nov. 14

99 %

Nov. 22
Sept. 24
Oct.
7

66

48M June 19

61

45M May 21
May 21
73
May 24
5
80 M June
66
May 28

73 M Oct.
61M Oct.

3
3

88 M Nov. 12
Nov. 27
95
Nov. 12
93
80 M Nov. 27

Nov. 12
May 27 107 M Apr. 12
1 108 H Sept. 17
104 M June
56 % Apr. 25
46 M June 25
Oct
24
60
46
May 21

77
101

104 M May 28 110M Sept. 26
Oct. 15
105
May 28 111

Apr.

Sept.

22

11

May

19 H Apr.
19 H Apr.
20 ?x Apr.

25

10
May
10
May
12M May

20
Apr.
24 M Apr.

18M Nov. 23
Nov. 30
5M Nov. 12
2h Nov. 6

77

1M Nov.

oVA

26

Nov. 30

Nov.

90 M Nov.

93 M Nov.
95 M
Sale
5M Nov.
Sale
Ill
Nov.

13 M
74M

13

Nov.

71

Nov. 14

6

Nov.

4

36 Vx Apr.

19H June
2M May
12
May
58
May
"*3
May
1M May
85
May
107

108 M Nov. 27

106M Nov.
22M Nov.

20 M Apr.

.

43

52 M Nov.
109M Nov.

6 106

Nov. 22
3. 96
26* 86% Oct. 18

79 M Oct.
65
Feb.

11H May

Nov. 25
Nov.
2

5

22
Nov. 30
May 21 100 M Nov. 19
60
Jan.
8
Feb. 23
64

8M June 17
97

43 M June ,7
1
50
July

14

Mar

14
74

Nov.

Nov.

6M Apr.
8
H Apr.
Nov. 30

77

8M Mar. 15
4M Mar. 14
May 16
54 M Sept. 25
110M Sept. 20
85

•

May

105
May 21 108 M Jan. 23
9
100 M May 23 106 M May

101
9

108 M Nov. 27
Mar* 14
30
Mar.
8
12
Mar. 14
14
62 M Mar. 14
Nov. 19
112

May
Jan

2

8

Nov. 25

Nov. 19
Nov. 14 74
Nov.
1 126M Nov. 25
Nov. 23
Nov. 6 106
Nov. 27 105 M Nov. 15
Nov. 19 106 M Nov.
1

75
Sale
Sale
Sale
105M

71M
125M
104 M
104M
105

Sale

113M Nov. 30 113M Nov. 30

92

Oct.
Oct.
% Jan.

9JH
6
112

10

14

22

79

Oct.

10

69

117M June

5
15
28
102 M May 24
102 M May
101
May

107

8
7

18M Apr. 27
17 % Apr. 27

Oct.

12

Feb.

11
15

109 M Sept. 13
104 M May
6

54 M Jan.

114

Nov. 8
Apr. 27

74
Nov. 19
126 M Nov. 25
107 U Apr.
8
106 Vl May

108 M May

2
2

Oct. 17
Jan. 29 118
May 18 113 M Nov. 30

45

70

5
6
13
8
8
6
8
13
16

23

5M Jan
5 H Jan.
39M Jan.
112
Nov. 19 106
May
Nov. 30
91
80M Sept.
78
1
95 M Nov.
May
3M May
6M Nov. 15
111M Nov. 22 107 M May
May
108M Nov. 25 107
103 M Nov. 28
96 M June
Nov.
8
14
2
May
13 M Nov.
8
7M May
10

—

70

88

68 M May 28
85
June
3
53 M June 18

22

32

3M Nov.

108 M

71M

91M Oct.

Nov. 15

15M Nov. 12

16 M Nov.
73 M Nov.
4
Nov.

111

105 M
104 H

4
4
3
66M Oct.
3
64M Sept. 23
65 M Oct.

60 M Oct.

87

29 M Nov.

7

126 M

15

25

20

Nov. 23

59
111M 112
Sale

12
71

18

May

34

Sale

a!*

21

42 M May

19

Apr.
8
36 H Mar. 14
32 M Apr. 13
40
Mar. 14

11

14 M Nov.
17
Nov.

56

IU

44 M May 28
74
May 23
38
May 21
43
May 21

8

9
8

37

May 21
June 18 38 M Apr.
Jan. 31 113
Qct.

27
25

8
5
8

9
22

99M

108 M 110
22 M Sale
5M
7

23 M May 23
29
Feb.
I

23
20

Jan.. 30

6

Sale

June 20

30

71

Nov. 15

Nov.
16
Nov.
16
Nov.
16M Nov.
17 M Nov.

15
Nov.
14 M Nov.

15

87
16

15M Nov.

15
16

May
102 M Jan
101M May
55
June

10
27
15

124M Ndvr 8 125M Nov. 26 120 M May 29 126M Jan. 23
116M Nov. 4 117M Nov. 27 113 M June 11 118M Feb. 19

125^
11751
22

6

108
Nov.
103 M 104"" 102 H Nov.
103
104
13
Nov.
13 M
13 H Sale
12M
13
Nov.
13 M
14M 13 M Sale

Mar.

1

40 M
59 M
31M
33 M

Apr.
June
May
May

29
10

72M Oct. 30

42
42 M

41M
68 M

Sale

42

Sale
Sale

73 M
43 M

Sale

109 M

95
7M

52 M
64

Sale
Sale

56 H
56 M

Sale
.....

9M

108 M Sale
108 M Sale
108 M Sale
106 M 106 M
Sale
110
Sale
106
107.9 108
105 M 117M
110M Sale

116
117
118M
105 M Sale

76M

D
D
D

73

Nov.

56M Nov. 27

7

108

-

4,000 Pacific Coast Co 1st g 5s......1946 J
102,000 Pacific Gas & El 4s series G
1964 J
57,000
1st & ref mtge 3 Ms series H—1961! J
90,000
1st & ref mtge 3 Ms series I... 1966 J

70

85
Nov. 30
90 M Nov.
7
89
Nov. 20

5

0

20,000 1 iOgden & Lake Ch 1st guar g 4sl948
10,000 Ohio Connecting Ry 1st 4s_.—1943
85.000 Ohio Edison 1st mtge 4s.......1965
1st mtge 4s
.....———1967
13,000
1st mtge 3 M«
1972
61,000
64,000 Oklahoma Gas & Elec 3Ms— -—1966
4s debentures
1946
28,000
..1943
81,000 Ontario Power N F 1st 5s
Ontario Transmission 1st 5s_._.1945
2l",660 Oregon RR & Nav con g 4s....1946
3,000 Oregon Short Line 1st con g 5s.. 1946
1st guar cons 5s stamped
1946
2,000
98,000 Ore-Wash RR & Nav 1st & ref4s 1961
297,000 Otis Steel 1st mtge 4M» A...—1962

Sale
Sale
Sale

Nov. 14

Nov.

inM

O

iOertificates of deposit.. 412,000 Northern Pacific prior lien 4s—1997
Gen & lien ry & Id gt 3s..Jan 2047
183,000
Ref & impt 4 Ms series A——2047
191,000
Ref & impt 6s series B
2047
1,057,000
Ref & impt 5s series O
2047
45,000
Ref & impt 5s series D
2047
121,000
93,000 Northern States Power 3 Ms——1967
N'western Teleg 4Ms extended. 1944

6
Nov. 27

91M Nov, 15
60M Nov. 8
66 M Nov,
7
64M Nov. 7

Nov.

90 M
95 M

J Northern Ohio Ry—

ilst gtd g 5s
......-1945 A
ilst mtge g 5s (stamped cancel¬
lation of guarantee) — -.1945 A

62 M Nov.

60

65 H Nov. 12

Nov, 13

8

iOertificates of deposit. - - —
iCtfs of dep (issued by reorgan¬

F

55 M Nov. 27

Nov.

10

ZifN

62 M Nov. 22
89 M Nov. 7

99M Nov. 22
65M Nov, 20
60M Nov. 18

94M

78 M Feb.
Nov.
23 64
105 M July
11
28 106 H Jan.
12 71M Feb.
Mar.
21
May 21 33
30 M Nov.
Jan.
3
25
23
May 24 39M Apr.
24
May 24 37 M Mar.
28 M June 18 37 % Mar.

20

64 H June

45

111

105M 106M 106 M 108M 105
105
105M
105M

25M

Niag Lock & Ont Pow 1st 5s A.. 1955 A O
Niagara Share (Mo) deb 5Ms— 1950 AfN
♦J iNorfolk South 1st & ref 5s A. 1961 F A

Nov. 14
Nov. 22

Nov.

54
111

1961
ization manager)
27,000
42,000 *tiNorfolk & South 1st g 5s.... 1941
iCtfs of dep (issued by organ¬
1941
ization manager)
7,000
67,000 Norfolk & West Ry 1st con g 4s. 1996
1949
34,000 North Amer Co deb 3 Ms
1954
Debenture 3 Ms—
63,000
1959
Debenture 4s
48,000

8

Nov.
8
Nov. 25

Nov.

107

J
1967 J
B
1946 J D
N Y Trap Rock 1st s f g 6s
1946
68 stamped—
.......
1* aN Y Westches & Bos 1st 4 Ms 1946 j" "J
Niagara Falls Power 3Ms.——- 1966 Af S

34 M Nov.

32 M Nov. 29

33
30
38 M
33

48

109 M

A

P

Nov,
1
Nov. 25

63 M Nov.
7
58
Nov. 13

3

~52M

31
30

88

Sale

Sale Prices

122
May 15 128 % Jan.
122 M June 11 129 % Nov.
60 M July
60 M July 15
Jan.
105 M Mar
7 109

26

109

52

O

Nov. 14

2
97% Nov., 4

,

1943 AfN

gold 5s....——— 1940

For footnotes see page 30.

Sale
Sale

100

15

57,000 New York Steam Corp 3 Ms—— 1963 J J
J
aN Y Susq & West 1st ref g 5s. 1937 J
3,000
*
1937 F A
iSecond gold 4M».—
iTcrminal 1st gold 5s
N Y Tel ref 3 Ms series

Sale

116M Sale

117M

15
14 M

9,000 N Y & Queens El Lt & Pr 3 Ms- 1965 TAN
New York Railways Corp—
J
Prior lien 6s stamped ....... 1958 J
2,000
1951 AfN
12,000 N Y & Rich Gas 1st 6s A—




94M
90
80 M

1947 Af S
1947 A O

liN Y Prov & Boston gen 4s... 1942 A
N Y & Putnam 1st con guar 4s.. 1993 A

♦iGeneral

91
Sale

54 H
59
108 H

Sale

35

60

Sale

Sale

52
49 M

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Sale

90 M
89 M

109

Nov. 26
Nov. 19
Nov. 20
105 H Nov. 29
105M Nov. 20
69
Nov. 19
29 H Nov. 15
30M Nov. 9
36M Nov. 14
32
Nov. 12

108
70
64

84 M Nov.

Sale

79 M

81M

iNYLE&W Coal & RR 5M«. 1942 AfN
J
iDock & impt 1st 5s..—... 1943 J
1941 M S
N Y &

iNon-conv debenture 4s. .
50,000
iNon-conv debenture 3 Ms. ..
8,000
iNon-conv debenture 3 Ms.-.
67,000
iNon-conv debenture 4s.....
53,000
iNon-conv debenture 4s_....
100,000
iOonvertible debenture 3 Ms..
101,000
iConvertible debenture 6s
732,000
♦
^Collateral trust 6s
138,000
i Debenture 4s
....
41,000
ilst & ref 4 M8 ser of 1927---.
328,000
1 iHarlem R Sc Pt Ches 1st 4s.
102,000
158,000 JaN Y Ont & West 1st g 4s
iGeneral 4s
36,000

Sale

Nov. 12

115M

1998 F

—

32
35

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices
2 127

4 129H Nov. 27

r70""
63
107 H 107 M 106 M Nov,
67
Nov.
69
67 H
60 M Nov.
60
64

34 M
28

Sale

Nov.

128M Nov.

1

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

126 M 127M 126

37

O

*aN Y & Greenwood Lake 5s.. 1946 AfN
N Y & Harlem g 3 Ms———-. 2000 AfN
N Y Lack & Western 4s ser A.. 1973 AfN
1973 AfN
Guar 4Ms series B—

2,000

61M

Ask

Ask Bid

127

29M

"a

19,000
2,000
38,000
31,000
52,000

15",666

125

128 M

Lowest

Nov. 30

34M

p

65,000 N Y Dock 1st gold 4s__.—....1951
Convertible 6% notes...!.—1947
32,000
71,000 N Y Edison 3 Ms series D
1965
1st lien & ref 3 Ms series E.—1966
38,000
N Y & Erie—See Erie RR.
8,000 N Y Gas El Lt Ht & Pow 5s...l948 J D
Purchase money coll tr g 4s.. 1949 F A
29,000

3,000
15,000
837,000
4,000
11,000
18,000
73,000
74,000

Bid

74M

A

N Y Connecting 1st gu 4M® A—1953 P
1st gtd 5s series B_........—1953 P

20.666

Nov. 1

106
105 M Sale
68 M
67

10-year 354 s secured s f
..1946
Ref & impt 4 Ms series A—-2013 A

327,000 N Y O & H R g mtge 3 Ms
1997
293,000
Debenture 4s of 1912-...-—-1942
19,000
Lake Shore coll g 3 Ms—
1998
Mich Cent coll g 3 Ms
78,000
1998
New York Chicago & St Louis—
460,000
Refunding 5Ms series A.....1974
1,271,000
Refunding 4Ms series 0....-1978
4s collateral trust..
..—1946
119,000
149.000
1st mtge 3 Ms extended to..—1947
302,000
3-year 6% notes
1941
14
Debenture 6s
—---1950

15,660

"70""

105

{♦aN O Tex & Mex income 5s..1935
iOertificates of deposit-—---iFirst 5s series'B
.1954 A O
iOertificates of deposit. .

ilst 414s series D—

125 M

69

1st & ref 58 series B—
1955
New Orleans Term 1st 4s guar. _ 1953

gold 5s series O
1956
iOertificates of deposit———

129M

107M Sale

A.1983

ilst mtge

Ask

127

A

NO & N'eastern ref 4M» ser A-1952
New OrleansP S 1st & ref 5s A--1952

iOertificates of

207", 655

F

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Price

November

28",666

27

N. T. STOCK EXCHANGE—BON DS

DEC., 194-0]

59
113
112 H

D 108M

110

Sale

109 M

72

Sale

62 M
54 M

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

M Sale
49 M Sale
42

Sale
Sale
54 M Sale
110M Sale

71M
41M
49 M
61M
53 M

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
54
Nov.
109 M Nov.

27
27
27
27
28
27

4

3M
108M
106 M Sale
109
109M
109 M Sale
109 M 109M

3M
108 M
106 %

4

l07"

Nov.
8
Nov.
8
Nov. 13
Nov.
8
Nov. 26

4
Nov. 16
108 M Nov. 23
106 M Nov.
8
109
Nov.
7
111M Nov. 26

3M Nov.
108 M Nov.
106
Nov.

111

108 M Nov.

108

109M Nov.

109 M 110

109

117M
117M

116M
117M

117

II8M

106M 108 H 109
Sale
85 M Sale
65

112M Sale
111M Sale
110M Sale

58
112

62 M

Nov.

82

Nov.

60

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

112H 112

111
111M Sale
110M 110M 110M Nov.

7

62 M Nov. 16

Apr. 29

P

Oct.

3

Sept. 23
Oct.
2
2
68 M Oct.
Oct.
1
60
Oct.
1
60
Nov. 26
105 M May 28 111
8
95
95
May 8
May

3M Nov. 20
107 M July 24 108 M
105 , May 15 109 M
104 H. May 21 110
101M May 28 111M

109 M Nov. 14
105M Nov. 12

117 M Nov.
106
Nov.

21

21
45
May 21
40 M May 23
40
May 21

107M May
103
May
90
June
Nov. 13
104
93
July
May
112
Nov. 23 108
117M Nov. 16 112 M June
May
117M Nov. 25 113
May
108M Nov. 29 104
68
May
86 M Nov. 26

Nov.

105
Nov.
105
105M
103 M 102 M i03M 102 M Nov,
103
100M 117 M 100 M 117M
112
111M Sale
113M 111M Nov.

60

Nov. 14
Nov.
9

101

101

Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Jan.

23
2
5

Apr.

3

Jan.
Jan.

Nov. 26

17 110M Jan. 11
Feb.
9
U 107
17 108 M Jan. 11
2
9 105 % Feb.
Nov. 23
24 112

10 118M Mar. 26
Mar. 18
28 119
23 108 M Nov. 29
24
86 M Nov. 26

53
May 31 62 M Nov. 16
109 H May 28 113 % June 24

1 112M Nov. 20
4 112
Nov. 13

108

1 111M Nov. 13

105 M May 28 111M Nov. 13

May 22 112M Jan.

10

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE-BONDS

28
Sales in

BONDS

November
Value

n. y. stock

exchange

If

Ask
80
80

Bid

%
APacific RR of Mo 1st ext 4s..1938
70.000
*A2d extended gold 5s
1938
2,000
43,000 Pacific Tel & Tel 3 Ms series B..1966
Ref mtge 3 Ms series C
21,000
..1966
1,000 Paducah & Illinois 1st s f 4*$s.-1955
M S
32,000 Panhandle Eastern Pipe L 4s A .1952
Paramount Broadway Corp—
F A
1st mtge s f g 3s loan ctfs—..1955
45,000
*

Inc—•
3 Ms conv debenture
222,000
1947
1944
13,000 Parmelee Trans conv deb 6s
Paterson & Passaic G & E 5s...1949
37",600 iPaulista Ry 1st & ref 7s ser A.. 1942

75
68

109M 109 M
110M 110M
101Vs
104M 105

Nov. 1
Bid

74 M
72

I

Ask

Ask Bid

75 M

Lowest

Nov. 30

77

Sale"
lilM

78

-Nov. 26
111M Nov. 4 111*$ Nov. 25
111M Sale
111*$
7
103M 105M 103*$ l05M 103 Ys Nov. 7 103 Vs Nov.
Nov. 7
102 M 103 M 102 Vs Nov. 19 104
103M 104
110

48 M

50

48

83M

84M
44

92

Sale

48 M

110

Pennsylvania Co—
Guar 3 Ms coll tr ctfs ser B—1941
Guar g 3 Ms tr ctfs ser C.....1942
Guar g 3*$s tr ctfs ser D___—1944
40-year guar tr ctfs 4s ser E..1952
28-year 4s
1963
Penna Glass Sand 1st mtge 3MS 1960
Penn Ohio & Detroit KR—
1st & ref gold 4Ms series A...1977
4Ms series B
—1981
Pennsylvania Power & Lt 3 Ms--1969
_

1,000

44,000
113,000
13,000

100,000

i8i",66o
79,000
3,000
33,000
22,000
625,000
41,000
499,000
105,000
919,000
400,000
267,000
657,000
8,000
42,000
60,000
21,000
13,000
1,000
266,000
44,000
311,000
166,000
13,000
11,000
11,000
6,000
144,000
194,000
284,000
225,000
182,000

_

A

O

M 8
M 8

gold 4s
1943
gold 4s
1948
Stamped dollar bonds. _ . . -1948
Gen mtge 3Ms series C__
1970
Consol 4Mb issue of 1915----I960
General 4 Ms series A
1965
General 5s series B
1968
Debenture gold 4 Ms
1970
General 4Mb series D
1981
Gen mtge 4M8 series E
1984
Conv deb 3 Ms
1952
Peoples Gas & Coke 1st 6s.--_.l943
Refunding gold 5s
—1947
t*APeoria & East 1st stmp 4s.. 1940
iCertificates of deposit
Alncome 4s (flat)
---1990
Peoria & Pekin Un 1st 5Ms A.. 1974
Pere Marquette 1st 5s series A—1956
Consol

J D

llV*
94

Sale
45 M

92

Nov.

1

43

Nov. 15

97
Nov. 29
45 Vs Nov.
8

76
36
121

65

Nov. 12

67 M Nov. 18

MN
MN
MN
A O

88 M

Sale
Sale

101M

Sale

108

Sale

88
95 M
85 M

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

89

Sale

Nov.

121 Vs Nov.
106
Nov.

121M Nov. 14
108 M Nov. 27

Sale
Sale

Sale

115

Sale

94 Vs

Sale

93 M

Sale

104 M

Sale

Sale

104

Sale

Sale
Sale

89 H

Sale

94

Sale

1188

J

O

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1945

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1949

F

110M
109 M
110M
106 h
196M

115M Nov. 22

101*$ Nov.
100 M Nov.

105

105

Nov. 26

Nov.
Nov.

93

Nov. 14

89

49

72

61M
65

107
Sale

65
Sale

62

64

65 M

Sale

109M

Sale

62

Nov. 22
Nov.
1

110

Nov. 12

Nov. 18

Nov. 25
6
64 M Nov.
Nov.
8

Nov.

64Vs Nov.
Noy.

108
109

Nov.

117

122

122*$ 118

Nov.

110M

113*$

112

Noy.

9
109M Nov.
122 M Nov. 26
114M Nov. 27

108

109""

107

Nov.

108

Sale

106

Vs

Sale

106Ys Nov.

Nov. 13
106 % Nov.
4

Sale

109 Vs
16 M

Sale

109 M Nov.

110

Sale

15Vs Nov.
3 M Nov.
3Vs Nov.

17 M Nov. 12
4Vs Nov. 12
7
4M Nov.

104 M
103 Vs

4 M
Sale
104M Nov.
Sale
102
Nov.

105M Nov. 12
104M Nov. 15

105

107 M 105

106 Vs
109 M

17 M

3M
7M

4*$
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3M

6

IiOM

96 M

50 M
5M
110M
75 M

'

Sale

Nov. 23

109

12 M

110

55

52

107 M 109
Sale

6*$

51

49 M Nov.
52
55
5
Nov.
Sale
5
4M
110M 107 Vs 110M 110M Nov.
72
Nov.
Sale
74 M Sale

5M
108

115

110

3M

114M Nov. 14
117M Nov. 28

Nov.

Sale

110

106
11

98 M Nov. 14
Nov. 26

114
113M 115
117*$ 118M 116 M Nov.

50 M

108 M
109

Sale

109M Nov. 22
107 M Nov. 29

112 M Nov.
93 M Nov.

49 M

F A

98

104 M
102 M

17M
Sale

4M
4 M
Sale

Sale

3M
3Vs
3M

3*$
Sale

Nov. 14

Nov. 25 105M Nov.

105

104

104

110

110

110M

108 *$ 109 *$
108
116

110

111

110*$ Nov. 20 110 Vs Nov. 20
110M Nov. 14 110 M Nov. 14

109 M

110

115

117

119

107 M 108 M
103 M 108
99
95

110 M

Sale

F

A

1963
1964
1970

J

D

1975

A

O

1977

J

J

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1943 MN
1st 4Ms ser A. 1958 3 D

series B
1959
series O
---I960
4s ser A. -1948
1962
1st gen 5s series C
1974
1st 4Mb series D
--1977

1st mtge 4 Ms
1st mtge 4Ms

"45 M

43
44

M Sale

44 M

Sale

117

3

J

j

80M Sale
106*$
62 M Sale

J

109
J

MN

M S
J

J

61M

J

80

3*$

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84*$
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60

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J

146

149

D

219

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223
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3

A

O

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M S
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F

A

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MN
J

3
3
3

J

1950 MN

1952 MN
1953 F A
1955 A O

aOoiis mtge 6s
39,000 Richfield Oil 4s conv deb
1,000 a Rim a Steel s f 7s
6,000 t*ARio Grande June 1st- guar

12,000

1952 M S
1955 F A

5s 1939
132,000 j*ARio Grande Western 1st g 4sl939
92,000|
A 1st con & coll tr 4s series A. .1949
10,000 Rochester Gas & El 4 Ms ser D..1977
Gen mtge 3 Ms series H
1967
Gen mtge 3 Ms series 1
1967
Gen mtge 3 Ms series J
1969
12,000

103*$ 104

3

J

1946
1953 J

a3 M s assented
5,000
3,000 ARhine-Ruhr Wat Serv 6s
2,000 ARhine-West Elec Power 7s
ADirect mortgage gold 6s
12,000
aCoiis mtge 6s
17,000

J

J

AO

99 M
96 M

81 *
95

.....

Sale

101 Vs
90 Vs
90 M
101 Vs

"9l""

104 M

105

Oct.

31

101

Sept.

110*
109*

Oct.

16

Apr.

19

109*$ Jan.

25

6

110M June

6 115

Mar. 25

June

7 115

Mar. 27

111

81
98*
May 21
3 121
115M June
94 M May 21
%
100M May 21 115*
79
May 28 98
89 M May 22 105
89
May 22 105
93
75* June 11
110
May 29 116
111
May 24 118*$
71
43
Aug. 26
70 %
43 M Aug. 30
10
3M May 21
106 M Jan. 24 110*i
51 % May 27
_

45

June

3

#

Nov. 15
Nov. 14

Nov. 27
Nov. 22
Nov. 14
Nov. 26

Nov. 26

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Jan.

Oct.

22
7

July 31
Aug.
8
Feb.

19

July

20

Nov. 25

Oct.

3

45

Oct.

7

107

Jan.

10

67
May 28
May 28 111
108 M Sept. IK 110*$
112
Aug. 31 122*$
June 10 114*$
106

Mar. 26
Nov. 26
Nov. 27

7
104 M May 31 108*$ May
100
May 28 106?$ Aug. 22
Mar. 12
June
3 Ill*
108
18
9
Sept. 24
May 21
2

May 21

5

Sept. 21

3 H May 21
8*$ Feb. 21
4
Sept. 23
Sept. 23
9
103
Sept. 13 112*$ Feb.
93 M May 28 104*$ Nov. 15

Nov. 25 108

Feb.

110*$ Nov.
111
Sept.
Aug.
115
Sept.
114M June 12119*$ Nov.
99 M May 22 113?$ Nov.
8 113*$ Nov.
99 M June
108

59

8

Nov. 22 117

Nov. 22

80

Nov. 15

Feb.

108 M July

92

May
July

June

108 M Aug.
40
May

40
40

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27(119*$

28

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110M Mar.

20

25
8
24
19
19

15

5 105
19 108*

Nov. 15

20j 63

Oct.

May 22
May 21'

74 M Nov.

4

Oct.

63*$ Oct.
64

Oct.

8
2
2
2

106*$ Apr. 23
Sept. 23

7 117

5
81*$ Jan.
107*$ Feb. 23
101*$ Nov. 30
91
Aug.
9
100*$ Nov. 15
91
Aug.
2
110?$ Mar. 30
97*$ Nov. 12

64*$ Aug.
Jan.

59

Jan.

Nov.

90Vs Nov. 12
100Vs Nov. 15

81*$ June
58?$ Jan.
81*$ June
106*$ June

92 M

3

104 M 104M

101M

99 M
100 M

101

101M 102 M 103

100

Sale

104

Sale

105 M
104 Vs
102 *$

Sale

90

100 M Nov.
90
Nov.

90 H Nov. 16
110
ISov.
8

109*$ Nov.
94 M Nov.
2*| Nov.

97 M Nov. 12

2Vs Nov.

8

79

Jan.

Jan.

2*$ Oct.

112M Nov. 16

109M Nov.

108

113

May
May

153

Nov.

4

226

May
110*$ Oct.

3

105

Mar. 27

153

Nov.

153

Nov.

4

140

218

Nov.

218

Nov. 14

214

Sept.

110M Nov. 28
104M Nov. 18

106

May

109 M Nov.
104
Nov.

5

63*$ Mar. 16
Apr. 19

63 5$ Mar.

99*$ June

50
65*$
May 23
60*$ May 22 81
80*$
62*$ June 11
89*$ June 11 103 *$
90
June 10 102*$

8

Nov. 29

100

103

Sale

78

65 M

Sale

101M Nov.
101M Nov.

104 Vs Nov. 15
106M Nov. 12

Sale

Sale

103 M Nov i
105 M Nov.

Sale

105M

Sale

104 M Nov.

106 M Nov. 20

92

102Vs Nov.
35M Nov.

102 M Nov.
6
Nov. 22
36 '

98*$ June

Sale

30*$

27
27 M
27

27 M

12*

Sale

12 M

106 Vs

l07""

M S

109 M

M S

107*

O

106 M

27

Nov.

30*$

27

Sale

107

36

Sale

33

Sale

109 M
6

26 Vs Nov.
27 ,, Nov.
Nov.

27 M Nov. 28
27M Nov. 4

27M Nov.
106 M Nov.

4
27M Nov.
107 M Nov. 19

5 *$

Sale

Sale

Nov.

9

Nov. 20

36

12

49

7Vs

35 Vs Nov. 25
27M Nov. 12
27M Nov. 29

Nov.

27 M
33
Sale

9

9

36
34

Nov. 27

80M Nov. 22
103 M Nov. 27
102 M Nov. 29

Sale

33

Sale

81

Nov.

35

27

65M Nov. 29

61M Nov.
77 Vs Nov.

Sale

104 M
105 M

40

19 M

49

Nov.

36

Nov. 15

34

Nov.

31M Nov.
5Vs Nov.
131

132

1

8

Nov.

1

131

Nov.

Nov.

8

109*$
109M

8Vs

109 M
8

Sale

109 M Noy.
6
Nov.

110M Nov. 18
8

Nov. 30

4M
4M
Sale

6

Sale

86 M Sale
i08*$ HI

J

.

J

94

55

70

O

80

53

65

109 H

103

Jan.

May

15

Jan.

5M
4M

87
87 Vs
109*$ 111
55
70

84 M Nov.

4M Nov. 25
5
Nov. 12

4M Nov.
4Vs Nov.

3Vs
4M

53

65

6

89 M Nov. 23

27*$
27*$
27*$
27*$
27*$

15*$ Jan.
12*$ May
13
May
14*$ Feb.
103*$ May
8*$ June
30

109

Nov. 29
Nov. 28
Nov.

Oct.

Jan.

4
4
9
20

Mar. 11

36

Oct.

21

12*$ Apr.

8

131

Oct.

108*$ Jan.
8 111
105
May 22 110
5
9*
May 24
7

21

4*$ Nov. 25
May 23

9

4

Nov. 12

10*$ Jan.

May
5*$ May

Mar.

Nov. 28

40

Sept.

20

130

Nov. 27

Mar. 25
106*$ Nov. 20
103*$ May
6
38
Oct. 18
35*$ Nov. 25

Jan.

14

Nov. 22

109

May

26

Nov. 27

104*$ Nov. 15

90*$ June

21

23

97

20

27
28
28
13
1 104\J£ Nov. 18

96
May 21
1
97 H Feb.
104 M May 22
100
May 22
7
107 M Oct.

104

Sale

11%

11H

104M Nov.

106 M Nov. 10
101 Vs Nov. 30

Sale

.

30.

Sale

8*

13 M
108

54

Nov.

Feb.

100M Nov. 20 102*$ Feb. 10

106 M 106M Nov.
Sale
100*$ Nov.

80 M
80

78 Vs

109 M
109 M

A

77 M
106

64

107 M Sale
95 M Sale
100 M 100 M

12M
13M

Nov. 15

58 M Nov. 12
58 Vs Nov.
9

Nov. 20

Apr.
2
Mar. 15

99 M

77
94
75
111 M 112 M 112
147 M 152""
147 M 153
220
217
215M
109 M 116"" 106 M 109 %
104

12
19
19
15

54M Nov. 20
54 M Nov. 20

117

47

Apr.
105 M Oct. 23 106
102
May 24 107Xi Mar.
99M June
6 108*£ Nov.
99
May 21 107 M Nov.

102

120

Sale

J

1996

117

Sale

77 M

J

2d gold 6s

Sale

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

105

"92""

107

O

57

Sale

"96""

M S

66,000 Saguenay Pow Ltd 1st M 4Ms.. 1966
St Jos & Grand Island 1st g 4s.
1947
St Lawr & Adirondack 1st g 5s.
1996 J

57

57

90*$

130

3

1941

Sale
Sale

119M 119M Nov. 12 119 M
119*$ 119*$ Nov. 19 119M
113
110*$ Nov. 6 113 M
113 H 110M Nov.
2 113 H
104 M 103 M Nov.
1 105

109 M 109 Vs 109 M
94 M
93
92 M
2 M
2M

120

J

RR 4M» stpd

100 M
90

M S

1948 A

ARutland-Canadian 4s stpd—1949

108 M
56 Vs

Nov.

June 13

May 23 126
56M Sept.24 72

105

63 M
78 M
70

Sale
Sale

D

3

55 H
73

102,000 *1 ARock Is Ark & Louis 1st 4Ms 1934 M S
AKuhr Chemical 6s

75 M
106 M
100 M
90

J

Sale

99 M

106

J

_

58 M
58

110M

J

Sale

105

1968 A
33,000 Pub Serv of Nor 111 3 Mb
20,000 Purity Bakeries Corp s f g 5s—1948 J

101,000 Read Co Jersey Cen coll g 4s—1951
Gen & ref 4Ms series A
1997
356,000
Gen & ref 4Ms series B
1997
91,000
245,000 Remington Rand deb 4 Ms w w.1956
4 Ms without warrants
1956
35,000
Rensselaer & Saratoga 1st gu 6s 1941
586",600 Republic Steel Corp 4Ms ser B..1961
Purch money 1st 5Mb conv.. 1954
227,000
Gen mtge 4Ms series O
1956
447,000
11,000 Revere Copper & Brass 1st 4M8-1956
ARheinelbe Union sfg 7s
1946
8,000

58

106

Portland General Electric 4 Ms—1960 M S
J
J
1st 5s extended to 1950--—--

J APorto Rican Am Tobac conv 6SI942
ACertificates of deposit-...
a6s stamped
1942
ACertificates of deposit
Potomac Elec Power 1st M 3 Ms-1966
Pressed Steel Car deb 5s
1951
t AProvidence Secur deb 4s gu—1957
i AProvidence Terminal 1st 4s—1956
30",006 Public Service El & Gas 3 Ms—1968
1st & ref mtge 5s
2037
5,000
1st & ref mtge 8s
2037
6,000

108

118*$
118 5-8
112M
112M
103 M

117M 122

110M
103 M
108 V8

110*$
8 110

Nov. 29

8

109M

106 M

Nov.

97

107 M Oct. 30 108*$ Feb. 28
112
Jan.
4
Mar.
109
110
104 M May
Aug.
2

105

110

1

6

June

105

A

107 M 109
108 M

15

May

June 11

7

-.-1953 3 D
1957 MN
1960 F A

MN

Pitts Y & Ash 1st gen
1st gen 5s series B




"97" "

114*$ Nov. 28
114*$ Nov. 26
98 Vs Nov. 15

114

108M

Sale

110M Nov. 12

105M 106
106 Vs
110*$

General g 5s series B
General 4Ms series O
Pitts Va & Char 1st guar 4s

For footnotes, see page

103 Vs Nov. 15 104 M Nov. 18

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

121 *$

117

7M
106 M

6 108 M Nov. 28
1 107M Nov. 13
1 104 M Nov. 18

110M 109 Vs
109 M 108M
107 M
114 H 113*$
114 M 113M

109 %
109

Sale

114

69 M

Apr

1942
1942

Con 4Mb series 1 g
Con 4Ms series J guar
Gen guar 5s series A

16,000 jARutland

101M

Sale

Sale

Sale

7 000 X

101M

Sale

104

Sale

116*$

Sale

47,000
130,000

100M Nov. 20 100 M Nov. 20

106MNov.
105M Nov.
106M 107
104 M 104 M Nov.

107
Sale

115

59 M

Pitts & West Va

94

121Vs
106 M
112M
93 M

108 M

H5M

58

"3",666

611,000
8,000
19,000
19,000
6,000
21,000
5,000
57,000
4,000

113*$
113M

«7

Con 3 Ms series E guar g
Con 4s series F guar g
Con 4s series G guar g

69

104
Sale

107 M

1956 J J
series O
1980 M S
Phelps Dodge conv 3 Ms deb—1952«/ D
Phila Bait & Wash 1st g 4s
1943 M1V
General 58 series B
1974|F A
General g 4Ms series O
1977 J J
General 4Ms series D
1981 J D
Phila Co secured gold 5s
1967 J D
Phila Electric 1st & ref 3 Ms
1967 M S
jAPhila & Read C & I ref 5s._.1973 J J
AConvertible deb 6s
--.-1949 M S
t* APhilippine Ry 1st 30-yr s f 4s. 1937 J J
iCertificates of deposit
...

Con 4s series H guar g

"i",66o

1C9M

113 M 114M
113*$ Sale

1st g 4Ms

Con 4s series D guar g

60,665

109

118

Phillips Petroleum conv 3s_.--_1948 M S
M S
60,000 Pitts Coke & Iron conv 4Ms A.. 1952

3,000
45,000
30,000
104,000

Sale

109 M
108 M

1st 4s series B

1,000
4,000

44 M

123 %
63

Apr.

102M Nov. 19 105

96 M

105 M
107 M 109

104

Nov. 30

103 M May 21 110*$ Nov. 26
104 M May 21 112
Apr. 19
102 M Apr
8 103*$ Nov. 7

40

100M#

Sale

78

50M Nov. 30

105

100

May

8

7

105M -1--.
106 M 107
105 M Sale
104 M Sale

108 M
108

85

Mar.

48M Nov.

105 M

Sale

June 10

74

Sale

1002Ijj

104

Sale

1,000

46 %
65

Sale

65

Pgh Cine Chicago & St LouisCon 4MB series B guar g
Con 4Mb series C guar g

42

122

Sale

6

71

50 M

_

349", 000

7,000

125

67 M

F A 102 M
J D 104 H
J D 105 Vs 106
MN 104M 104M
Sale
F A 103

1974

4 Ms debentures
Penn RR consol

41M
124

Sale

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Prices

Nov. 26
Nov. 30

1

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale
Sale Prices
81
75 M Nov. 4
78
78
Nov. 30
110
Nov.
1 110*$

Paramount Pictures

M 8

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Price
Jan. 2,
1940

Nov.

Jan.

8

29

Apr.

18

Feb.

21

Mar.

Jan.

9*$ Jan.

7

2
23

68
May 29 98?$ Feb. 15
Mar. 18
108*$ Aug. 30 112

N. Y. STOCK

DEC., 1940]
Sales in

November
Value

Jan.

2,
Nov. 1

1940

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE

Ask

Bid

Ask

St Louis Iron Mtn & South—
♦

ARiver & Gulf Div 1st g 4s—1933
371,000
AOertificates of deposit--11,000
1948
58,000 tiSt L Peo & N W 1st 5s„
40,000 St Louis Pub Serv 1st mtge 5s__1959
11,000 St L Rky M & Pac 5s stamped. _ 1955
JiSt Louis-San Francisco Ry—
a Prior lien 4s series A
1950
374,000
AOertificates of deposit
361,000
iPrior lien 5s series B
1950
118,000
AOertificates of deposit
47,000
iCon M 4*s series A
781,000
1978
AOertificates of deposit stamped
282,000

75,000 {iSt Louis Southwest 1st g4s.._1989
10,000
A2d gold 4s income bond Nov 1989
145,000
*Alst terminal & unif 5s.
1952
81,000
A Gen & ref 5s series A
1990
St Paul & Duluth 1st consol 4s..1968

24",666 fiSt

Paul E Grand Trunk 4 *s._1947
86,000 I ASt Paul & K O Short L gu 4 Me 1941
11,000 St Paul Union Depot 1st 5s guar, 1972
183,000 San Ant & Aran Pass 1st guar 4s. 1943
21,000 Santa Fe Prescott & Phoenix 1st 5s'42
16,000 XASchulco Oo guar 6*s
1946
35,000
AStamped
AGuar. sinking fund 6*s B—1946
6,000
97,000
AStamped—

112,000
6,000

61M Sale

J"

J
M S

21*

J

J

58*

J

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76,000 Skelly Oil 3s deb
—1950 FA
J
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South & Nor Ala gu 5s..
-1963 A

Southern Natural Gas—
29,000
1st mtge pipe line 4*s—
1951
235,000 Sou Pac Co 4s Cent Pac coll Aug *49
1st 4*s (Oregon Lines) ser A.1977
687,000
Gold 4 Ms
1968
573,000
Gold 4Hs
1,727,000
May 11969
Gold 4*8
1,996,000
1981
51,000
10-year secured 3*s_.
1946
San Francisco Term 1st 4s... 1950
32,000
668,000 South Pac RR 1st ref guar 4s— .1955
4s stamped..:
-.1955
—1994
469",000 Southern Ry 1st cons 5s
Devel 8c gen 4s series A
—1956
1,043,000
Devel & gen 6s series A—...1956
14 J,000
Devel 8c gen 6*s series A
222,000
1956
Memphis Div 1st g 5s
—.1996
9,000
St. Louis Div 1st g 4s
—.1951
39,000
27,000 Southw Bell Tel 3 Ms series B—1964
1st & ref 3s series O—
...1968
64,000
167,000 tASpokane Internet 1st g 5s... 1955
24 a ,000 Standard Oil N J deb 3s...—.1961

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1980 J D
Tex Pac—Mo Pac Term 5*8 A.1964 M S
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1960 J

1960 A
1937 J

O
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1st M 6s $ series
June 15 1953 J D
324,000
47,000 Tol & Ohio Cent ref 8c imp 3*8.1960 J D

21,000 Tol St L & West 1st

1950 A O

g 4s

Tol W Va 8c Ohio 1st guar 4s C..1942 M S
Tor Ham & Buff 1st 4s
1966 J D
Trenton Gas & Elec 1st 5s..
1949 Af S

5,000
J
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AfN
8,000 ATyrol Hydro-Elec Power 7 *s_.1955
AGuaranteed sec s f 7s——.1952 F A

23,000
68,000
1,000
14,000
103,000
144,000
789.000
,315,000
225,000
25,000
39,000

Ujigawa Elec Power sec 7s
1945
Union Electric (Mo) 3*s
1962
♦{AUnion Elev Ry Chic 1st 5s.. 1945
Union Oil Cal 30-yr 6s ser A May *42
3s debentures.....
.....1959
Union Pac RR 1st & land gr g 4s. 1947
34-year 3 Ms debenture
1970
35-year 3 Ms debenture
1971
Ref mtge 3 *s series A..—...1980
United Biscuit 3*8 debs......1955
United Cigar-Whelan Stores 5s. 1952

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see page

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1,000 Tenn Coal Iron & RR gen 5s ..1951
4,000 Term RR Assn of St Louis 5s...1944
Gen ref s f gold 4s
1953
69,000
94,000 Texarkana 8c F S Ry 5Ms A guar 1950
..1959
89,000 Texas Corp 3s debs
3s debenture
......—.1965 AfN
550,000
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115

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145,000 Studebaker Corp conv deb 6s. .1945
32,000 Superior Oil 3*s debs....—..1950
....1950 AfN
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123,000
76,000
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...—......1979
343,000
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92,000 Southern Kraft Corp 4*s
—1946

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33,000
A68-series B ctfs of dep
..1935
798,000 Shell Union Oil2*s debs
...1954
25,000 Shinyetsu El PoW 1st 6*s.*—.1952
ASiemens 8c Halske deb 6*s
1951
16~005 ASflesia Elec Corp 6*s
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209,000 Silesian Am Corp coll tr g 7s
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95,000
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Price

BONDS

29

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Oct.

15

75

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110

92*
92*
101*
104*
58*

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June
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125
121* Aug.
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11
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112* Feb. 15
106* Nov. 25
115
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101
Nov. 26
106* Nov. 15
108* Nov. 26
77* Apr.
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308.000 United Drug Oo (Del) 5s
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Nov.

4

29

Oct.

93 5* Jan.

2

Nov. 12

1

Oct.

June

305* June

Nov.

104 3* Nov. 28
Nov. 27
105

12}* Nov.

4^

Nov. 26

109
107

6

36 5* Nov.

Nov.

423* Nov.
4}* Nov.

Nov. 18

104

Nov.

5

Nov. 15

103

103}* Nov. 29
1035* Nov. 23

123* Nov.

3 }*
4}*
4
43*
104}* 1045*
Sale
78}*
79

675* Nov. 16
8

Nov. 22 1085* Nov.

42}* Nov.
125* Nov.
27}* Nov.
45

6

Nov. 28

95

26

Nov. 28

103

May
May

90

M S

Nov. 18

Nov. 22

102

102 3* Nov. 26
101}* Nov. 27
1
102}* Nov.

June

12}*
7}*
42}*

J

4

104

15
29
23

96

45

J

30

1015* Nov. 13

1003* July
1005* July
July
100}* Aug.
100}* July
100}* July
100}* July
100
July
1003* July
100}* Aug.
1003* July
100}* July
100}* Aug.
100}* Aug.
102
Sept.
99}* July
100}* July
101
Aug.
1005* July
100
July
18
May
20
July
20
July
Oct.
33
20}* July
20
Apr.
100

84

67

445*
15}*
295*

Nov. 27
Nov. 25

103}* Nov.
103
Nov.
103}* Nov.
1035* Nov

1005* Nov. 23
100}* Aug. 12
1013* Nov. 28

July
July
July

7 104}* Nov. 28
Nov. 27
4 105

62}*

Sale

A

Nov. 28

19 102}* Nov. 19

35

107 }* 1075* 107

Sale

F

12 103

355* Nov. 25

80

62 }*
Sale

MN

18 1023* Nov. 20
18 1023* Nov. 18

1

45
83

108}*

27 101}* Nov. 27
1 102}* Nov.
1

35

Sale

109 }*

110
31
55

100

Nov. 13
19 101
22 102
Nov. 22
26 102}* Nov. 26

4

1105*

100

Nov. 28

100

35

109

1955 F A
1957 MJV 108

1661* Nov. 23

28 101

Nov.

35

1003* Aug. 12 100}* Aug. 12
Oct. 19 1003* Aug. 12
1003* Aug.
7 1003* Oct. 19

101

88
Nov.
91
Sale
87}* .88}*
104 M 1045* 103}* Nov.
103 5* Sale
104}* Sale 10454 Sale 1035* Nov.

20

Sale
102 H Sale
103 3* Sale

A

....

903* Oct.

753* May 21

100

100

100}* 100}* 101
LVU Xi
100}*
100}* 101}* 1005* Nov. 23

30

25

90

A

l*AWabash RR 1st gold 5s.
1939
289,000
*
a Second gold
5s
1939
111,000
Alst lien 50-year gold term 4s 1954
7,000
ADet & Chi ext 1st g 5s
1941
6,000
*ADes Moines Div 1st g 4s-_l1939
19,000
AOmaha Div 1st g 3}*s
1941
66,000
aToI & Chic Div 1st g 4s—
1941
9,000 1 AWabash
Ry ref & gen 53*s A__l975
113,000
ARef & gen 5s (Feb '32 coup) B '76
247,000
ARef & gen 43*s series C
1978
298,000
ARef & gen 5s series D
1980
202,000 Walker
(Hiram) G & W deb4}*s 1945
22,000 Walworth Co 1st
mtge 4s
1955
202,000
6s debentures.
1955
10,000

89}* Nov. 15

108

101}* 1015* 1025* 1013* Nov.
101}* 1015* 1025* 101}* Nov.
Nov.
102
101}*
102
103"" 1023* Nov.
1015* 10154 101}* 101}* Nov.
1015* Nov.
Sale
10154
101}* Nov.
102
102}*
1023* Nov.
102
102}*
1025*
1023* Nov,
102}* 1025* 1025*
1023* Nov.
102}* 102}* 1025*
1025*
101}*
102}* Nov.
1015* 1025* 102 5* 103
Nov.
102
102
Sale
102}*
Nov.
1015* 102}* 1023* 103" 103
Nov.
103
102
103
103}* Sale
102}* Nov.
102
1023* 103}*
103}* Nov.
1023*
1025* 103
1025* Nov.
103}*
102}* 103
102
1023* 1035*
103 3*
103}* Nov.
102
103}*
103 54 Nov.
103
1035*
355* Nov.
-49"
37
34}* Nov.
37
36}* 35}* Nov.
36 5* Sale

22}*

J

Virginia Elec & Pow 3 3*s ser B..1968
22,000
Va Iron Coal & Coke 1st g 5s—1949
10,000
Va & Southwest 1st guar 5s
2003
First cons 5s
1958
-"9,666
Virginian By 1st & ref 3 5*s ser A 1966
163,000

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Price

6

100

100

MN

Vandalia consol g 4s A
Consol 4s series B

Sale Prices

843* Nov.

100

1

Highest

100

MN

3,000
AUnited Steel Wks g 6}*s str
16,000
a3 }*s ser A assented
1951
8,000
a6}*s series C
1951
4,000
a3 }*s ser C assented
1951
ASinking fund deb 6}*s ser A 1947
"5,666
a3 }* s ser A assented
1947
2,000
United Stockyards 4 Ms w w
1951
70,000
Utah Light & Trac 1st & ref 5s—1944
128,000
Utah Power & Light 1st 5s
1944
217,000

Ask

Sale

Lowest

Highest

99}* 100 }* 99}* 100}*
1003*
1003* 100

MN

1943

—May
Nov
May
Nov
May
Nov
May
Nov
May
Nov
May
Nov
May
Nov
May
Nov
May
Nov
May
Nov
May
Nov
May

1.625s

2.20s

88

107 %

MN

1941
1941
1942
1942

Ask Bid

Bid

Sale
——

,,-Nov 1 1943

.8758
1.00s
1.125s
1.25s
1 376a

2.15s

10,000
7,000
7,000
0,000
23,000
4,000
27,000

1
1
1
1
1

May
Nov
May
Nov
May

60s
625s

805*
109}*

Lowest

Nov. 30

1

Nov.

1940
Bid

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Price

bonds

November

3

3H Nov. 20
Nov. 19

May 23
6354 May 17
56

2

9

82

Nov. 12

93

Nov. 25

_

S

34

1,000 Wash Cent Ry 1st g 4s
2,000 Wash Term 1st guar 33*s

6,000

-5",000

1st 40-year guar
Westchester Light
Gen mtge 3 ^s

M

debs—1948

4sr
gold 5s

1948
1945

n

1945

Maryland 1st g 4s

D

1950
1967

J

32
56

-

-

Youngstown Sheet & Tube—
Convertible deb 4s
1st mtge s f 4s series O

•

J

126H --108 3* 109 J*
11851 Sale
108}* 109

1265*
108}*
114}*
110}*
102}*

Sale

O

Sale

185*

M

S

M

S

Sale

MN

Sale

J

D

Sale

M S

Sale

15

J

J

J

J

Sale

J

Sale

J

M S
F

Sale-

A

Sale

1045*

Sale
Sale
Sale

85*
A
J

D

J

Sale

O
J

110

entirely Dec. 27 at

105.

a

entirely, Dec. 1 at 1013*.

/

f The price represented Is the dollar quotation
per 200 pound unit of bonds.
Accrued interest

payable at exchange rate of $4.8484.




78
16

61

Nov. 26

61

Nov. 26

108}* Nov.

103

Nov.
1 127""Nov."27
Nov. 12 109}* Nov. 25
Nov.
1 115
Nov. 12
Nov. 1 111
Nov. 19
Nov. 7 1043* Nov. 27

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

92}* Nov. 22

107$

Nov. 28
Nov.

1

Nov.

7
4

\f'

Nov.

79

Nov

f?*

Nov. 14

14

Nov. 15

273* Nov. 7
53 5* Nov. 22
50}* Nov. 14

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov,

115
Nov. 27
106 }* Nov. 27
15
Nov.
6

Nov.

115

Nov. 27
Nov. 22

Nov.

30

Nov. 19

Nov.

28}* Nov. 19

1065*
1025*

Nov. 25

Nov.

8

Nov.

Nov.

7

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

104}* 104}* 1043* Nov.
104}* Nov.

companies

month,

and

Nov. 26

37

May 10

70

Feb.

1

1105* Nov. 27
110

Nov.

6

1 105}* Nov.
1 104*»j Nov.

• The
following
during the current

only transactions of
in years

not Included

5

106}* June 22 109}* Apr.
108 H May 22 109}* Feb.
June
120
5 128}* Apr.
1043* May 28 110}* May
Jan.
1 120
114}* Nov.
Mar.
May 15 112
98
May 31 1043* Nov.
72

May 27

79

June

107

92}

105* May
50
May
535* June
51
May
10}* June

7

1
4

22

79

Nov. 14

liH

Nov. 14

10
22
11
5

10

7
3

50 3* Nov. 14

May 14
Nov. 27
Oct.

31

Apr.

4

Nov. 27

Nov. 22

6 115

May 21

Nov. 15

27 M Nov.
54}* Oct.

110}* June 12 116}*
965* Jan. 29 106}*
155*
9}* May 28
100 H May 29 1065*
96
May 28 1025*

June

Feb.
Feb.

May 23

4

Nov. 22

Jan.

June

\lH

15

27

185

32

Feb

18
6
17

21

35

110

8

3
20

Nov. 28

3 101

Oct.

18 108}
18}
105* June 11

30 3* Oct.
293* Oct.

24

Apr.
Apr.

5
5

June

10
105*
9
4
May 29
106
May 15 1105*
107}* June 10 110}*
14
6
Sept. 9

24

Nov. 27

Apr.
Apr.

12
12

4
101}* May 28 1095* Jan.
101
May 20 1065* Apr. 26

cash
month

sales
and

transacted

were
are

not Included

in the monthly or yearly range.
Marion Steam Shovel

Deferred delivery sales,
current

6 1085* Nov. 15

"55*

104}* Sale
104}* Sale

Nov. 18

58

Sept. 5
May 18

June

60

127}*

104

915*

May 28

31

915* Nov. 28

6s 1947, Nov. 18 at 95.

Prussia^3*s 1951, Nov. 28 at 31.

range
n

r

*

Nov. 26
Nov. 19

1093*

for
the

Nat'l Acme 4}*s, 1946.

58

32

IIIII 1265*
1085*
Sale
1145* 115}* 1143*
110}*
110}* 111

Sale"
109
Sale
Sale
103

4

Nov. 4
Nov. 19

43

1 Companies reported as being in bankruptcy,
receivership, or being reorganized under Section 77
of the Bankruptcy Act. or securities assumed by

such

1 The following bonds have been called
redemption, either entirely or partially:

1085*

55*

1948 M S 109}* Sale
1961 MN 1055* Sale

Bonds selling flat.

Industrial Rayon 4}*s 1948.

645*

65

853* Nov.
32

16654
1013* 101}* 1023* 103
115
114}*
1123*
28
"29~5* 28
29}* Sale
28
275*
16}*
30}*
16}*
6
6
6}*
Sale
8
6
7
5}*
7 }*
9}*
109 % Sale
109}*
1093* Sale
109}*
104 3* 104}*

Sale

MN

915*
Sale
40

905*
92}* Sale
90}* Sale
95}*
100}* 101
955* Sale
1073* 10854 107
1075* Sale
1254
13}*
125*
145*
13}*
13 5*
123*
13 5*
125*
13}*
Sale
74
705*
Sale
71
733*
77}* Sale
75}* Sale
Sale
76
735*
75 H Sale
27
27 H
Sale
27
"52 H Sale
56}*
Sale
52
Sale
48
48
50
48}*
115
114}*
114
105}*
1055* Sale" 1063* Sale
145*
145* Sale
1055* 106}* VOQH 1065* 105}*

Sale

J
A

Negotiability Impaired by maturity.

k

42

1085*

--

30,000

57
30

43}* Sale

108

O

1952

761,000
First & ref 5J*s series A
1977
445,000 Western N Y & Penn gen 4s
1943
31,000 jAWestern Pacific 1st 5s ser A..1946
87,000
|AsS6Ilt6d
140,000 Western Union Teleg 4}*s gold.I960
284,000
Gold 5s
1951
407,000
Gold 5s
1960
614,000 AWestphalia Un El Pow 6s__.—1953
36,000 West Shore 1st 4s guar
2361
178,000
Registered
2361
30,000 Wheeling & L Erie RR 1st con g 4s '49
13,000 Wheeling Steel Corp 43*s ser A. .1966
268,000 1* AWilkes-Barre & East 1st gu g 5s'42
85,000 Wilson & Co 1st M 4s ser A
1955
48,000
Conv debentures 3 5*s
1947
45,000 Winston-Salem S B 1st 4s
1960
1,000 t AWisconsin Cent 1st gen g 4s__1949
ACertificates of deposit--.
466-,000
♦
11,000
ASup & Dul Div & Ter 1st 4s.1936
ACertificates of deposit
88,000
Wisconsin Elec Power 3}*s
8,000
1968
1961
24,000 Wisconsin Public Service 4s
47,000 tAWorces & Conn East Ry 45*8.1943

247,000

91}*

Sale

36
34
75

——

A

21,000 West Penn Power 5s series E—1963 M S
16,000
1st mtge 33*s series I
1966 J J
35,000 West Va Pulp & Paper 3s
1954 J D
14,000
Western

86

Sale

85

112,000
t a Warren Bros Co. deb 6s
1941 M S
621,000 Warren R R 1st ref gu g 3}*s—2000 F A

Warner Bros Pictures 6s

Under the rule sales, only

current month
r

Cash

sales,

Ex-interest.

of th« surreal
year's range.

only transactions

month, and not included in
s

»ransactions of the

and not Included In year s rangs

z The
following odd-lot sales were transacted
during the current month, and are not included
monthly or yearly range:

in the

Treasury 35*s 1941-43. Nov. 25 at 101.31.
Treasury 2 5*s 1951-54, Nov. 22 at 110.4.
!

V

New York Stock

Exchange

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

_r

RANGE OF STOCK PRICES DURING NOVEMBER
Stock Sales

1940

Bond Sales

1939

1940

1940

1939

$159,006,000
1,458,201,000

$151,685,000
1,869,983,000

■

November

_Shares_

20,887,311
189,203,091

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30__

19,225,036
244,256,186

In accordance with a rule of the Stock Exchange. effective Oct. 3,
lots except In the case of stocks which seii only In a small way

November
Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

1915, an stocks

are now

quoted dollars

per share.

Prices

are on a

basis of 100-shax#

NOTICE—Cash and deferred delivery sales are disregarded
of

outside

the

In the month's range, unless they are the only transactions of the month, and when selling
regular monthly range are shown in a footnote In the month in which they occur.
No account is taken of such sales in computing the

range for the year.

AGGREGATE
SALES

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

STOCKS

In
November

Shares

310
10

5,100
23,800
1,100
2,600
45,000
5,900
100

72,900
16,200
23.300
7,300
3,000
55,700
10

6,900
11,700
800

7,600
45,900
1,200
34,500
4,000
2,200
500

11,900
12,500
25,900
18,100
390
'

7,700
11,600
240

18,300
22,200
800

40,500
15,500
11,700
400

1,400
20

2,600
5,600
2,500
330

5,100
500

8,700
7,000
4,000

1,4001
61,200
13,200
2,800
4,900
4,500
1,100
16,700
700
100

30,200
12,400
8,800
6,400
17,300
1,100
770

75,300
11,100
12,600
106,100
270

125,800
7,570
7.600
5,400
3,150
50,700
1,700
2,100
60

41,700
7,000
2,400
11,300
4,200
1,200
31,400
9,900
17,200
1,400
26.000
106,300
900

25,300
31.900
64,100
1,500
354,000
3,240
3,300
50

——

-

411.500

105:900
149,900
4,100

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

55 X Nov.
53
Nov.
6
2
118X Nov. 25 120 X Nov. 29

Nov. 6
Nov. 2
Nov. 22
Nov.
1
71 X Nov. 27
4X Nov.
1
Nov. 27

10

Nov.

8X Nov. 28
18^ Nov. 6
22 X Nov. 27
79
Nov. 27

10

Nov.

26X May 10
Nov. 27

12 X

Apr. 16
Apr.
9

8X May 15

14

June

5

4X May 21
55
May 28
21X May 22

Jan.

25

16 X Apr. 23
9 X Jan.
2
73 X May
8

41X Jan.

Jan

4

Nov. 26

Jan.
9
Apr. 22
! Apr.
5
Jan.
4
Apr. 15
Apr.
9
t

Jan.

3

June

I May

3

May
May

Jan.

3

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

,

2X Nov.

4X Nov.
IX Nov.
16 X Nov.
4X Nov.
13 X Nov.
41X Nov,
5X Nov.
33

Nov.

56

Nov.

IX Nov.
22 X Nov. :

4X Nov.
13

Nov.

48 X

Nov.:
17X Nov.
87 X Nov.
13 X Nov.
Nov.

3
22

X Nov. :

110

Nov.'

25X
4X
55 X
48 X

*

8

100

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov. :

rl6mNov.!
18 MS .-Jov.
74 X Nov.
7X Nov.
10 X Nov.
36V* Nov.
48X Nov.

June 28

Oct.

May
May
May
May
May
May
May
i
May
i May
May
Sept.
May
!

'

July
*

18

Jan. 29
Nov. 29

May 10
Nov. 15
Jan.
Nov.

3
4

May

9

Feb.

23

Apr.

4

Jan.

5

Apr. 18
Mar. 25
Mar.
8

16

iuue

Apr.

May
May :
May :
May
May
May
May
May
May
May

Jan.
Jan.

8

Jan.
Jan.

4

fune

8

8

May
3
Apr. 23
22
Apr.
3
Apr.

Apr.

1

Mar. 29
fan.
6

Sept.
May i
May :
May :

Aug. 24
Apr. 27
fan.
Nov.

3
1

May
May
May ;
3 121
July

Jan

3

June

May
May ;
May ;
May ;

Jan

4
Mar. 20
Mar. 19
Mar

7

Jan.

5

Jan.

8

Jan.

8

Jan.

4

June

Mar,

4

May

Nov.

9
8

May 1

Nov.

Oct.

Mar.

Feb.

23

Nov.:

May 1
May
May I
May !

Apr.
Apr.
Apr.

15
11
15

Nov.

Nov.;

Feb.

9

150^ Nov.

May !

May

I

Jan.

3

Apr.

12

Jan.

100

5

147

25
6% preferred-—--—--100

56

5

Feb.
Feb.

23
23
Mar. 13
Mar. 12

Apr.
Apr.

15
9
I
Nov. 14

25
173,400
6% preferred
.100
18,100
10
130,900 American Type Founders
----------

Oct.

-

•

Jau.

$6 1st preferred-----*
10,800
*
310,500 American Woolen--Preferred
100
188,700
Amer £iuc
Lead A Smelt... 1
333,400
ii prior conv pref
._..2o
7,800
2,022.900 Anacouda Copper Mining—-50
Anaconda W ire A Cabie
*
17.440

4

Apr. 15
Apr. 23
Nov. 14

Nov. 14
Nov
A pr.

9
8

Mar.

Glass Corp 12.50
div preferred.
*
g

18

Apr.

.

8

Aug. 23

For footnotes see page 40.




-

8

Jan.
8
Jan.
3
Jan.
4
Sept, 25

79
182

10

8

Jan.
4
Jan.
2
Mar. 11
Jan.

IX
14 X
12 X
22-

10

135 X June

3

Apr.

Mar. 26

7

June

Nov.

American Snuff-—.—-.

*o

6X June 11

77

June

8

———*

Wks A El

June 22

61

Nov.

*

------

4

5X June 10
4^ May 21
7 - Ma y 21
15X May 21

Nov.
Nov.

---100

Light—.

X June

May
May
May
May

12

....

-----

10
May 21
May 21

X June

Jan.

9

27X
19 X
58X
X

June

124X Nov.

50

—

15

X June 10

Nov.

115

Foundries.--*
65!000 American Stores
---------*
13[800 American Stove Co
*
85*600 American Sugar Refinlng.-lOO
23 800!
Preferred
100
14*500 Amer Sumatra Tobacco
.._*
371J00 Imer Teiep A Tel eg
— luO
76:,300 American Tobacco.——
25

2 740

12

2

22X Nov.

Rolling Mill--—-.25
4X% conv preferred---. 100
Amer Safety Razor
-18.50
American Seating Co
-_-.-*
American Ship Building--—.*
Amer Smelt A Refining
.-_*

38*100' Anchor Hock

Nov. 27
Nov. 19

65

American

Wat

79

31X Nov.

------*

Preferred

Vm

Nov. 8
Nov. 1
Nov. 8
Nov. 8
Nov. 16
Nov. 8

184

399,200 Amer Steel

675,700

67X
X
12 X
10X
20^
25 X

4

28
5

1X Nov.
95X Nov.

$6 preferred——---——*
$5 preferred.—*
Am Radiator A Stand San—*

B

60

8X Nov.

100
97,300 Am Mach Sc Foundry---—---*
_*
43,900 Amer Machine A Metals

Class

Nov. 27

21 70X Feb. 14
Feb.
8
22 147
22 46X Apr.
5
Nov. 8
25 60

39 X Nov.
133
Nov.:

—

Preferred

72

49

American Hide A Leatner— 1
9J/0 couv preferred
---50
66 300 Amer Home Products
1
100 200 American ice
*
31J25
0% preferred
100
91 200Ajmer International Corp-—-*
2 1001 Amer Invest Co of Illinois--.-1

American News Co

36

10X Nov.

11*400*

Amer Power A

4X
16X
12X

163X Nov. 22
43X Nov. 8
X Nov. 13

18

178 700

Metal

34 X

1

65

*
449,800 Am Hawaiian Steamship—.10

6% preferred--

8

May
May
May
May
May
June
June

IX Nov.
16 X Nov.
51X Nov.

$6 preferred

American

Nov.

6X Nov.

22 X Nov. 22

18

*
*190l Am Coal Co of Alleg Co N J-25
46.2301 American Oolortype
10
54,600 Am Com Alcohol
20
51.700 Amer Crystal Sugar Co
10
2,850
6% 1st preferred
—100
54,600 Amer Encaustic Tiling-1
4,300 Am European Securities
_*
109 600 Am & Foreign Power
*
94,000
17 preferred
♦
38,300
2d preferred A
*

102,500
3,300
13,020
530,300
110,100
148,900
1,036,300
2,230
565,200
38,320
65,200
41,065
38,830
354,900
16,600
19,500
1,180

6

Nov.
166X Nov. 28 17A
10 X Nov. 28
10X Nov. 9
13 X Nov.
12^ Nov.
1
8
8X Nov. 7
7X Nov. 6
72 X Nov.
6 73 X Nov. 25
33 X Nov. 28
39
Nov.
7

Alpha Portland Cement
*
Amaigam Leather Cos. Inc
1
6% couv preferred.
50
Amerada Corp
——*
Am Agric Chemical (Del)——*
V. uericau Airlines Inc
10
American Bank Note.——10
6% preferred—.——.50
American Bosch Corp. — -1
Am Brake Shoe Si Edy———*
5^% conv preferred--—100
Amer Cabie & Radio Corp—-1
American Can
------25
Preferred
------100
Amer Car Si Foundry
*
Preferred
100
American Chain & Cable----*
5% conv preferred
100

5% conv pref
8,800
Amer Locomotive
270,300
Preferred
73,900

6

Nov.

60

5 X Nov. 25

21X
15X
40^
X

50

110
30

37

Nov.
6
Nov. 28

37
51

17 300 American Chicle.

52 400

1

Lowest

Par

46,500 Abbott Laboratories—
*
1,080
4X conv preferred
.--100
*
470 Abraham & Straus
29,500 Acme Steel Co—-----25
175,300 Adams Express
—*
*
31,100 Adams-Miflis-29,800 Addressograph Multigraph-.lO
340,100 Air Reduction Inc
-—*
24,200 Air-Way Elec Appli Corp
*
130 Ala & vicksburg Ry Co—-100
276,400 Alaska Juneau Gold Mln—10
199,800 Allegheny Corp
*
259,900
Pref series A $30 warr'ts-100
62,200
Pref series A $30 ex-war-100
56,300
$2.50 prior conv pref
*
454,600 Alleghany Ludl'm Steel Corp *
120 Alleg & west Ry 6% gtd—100
53,600'Allen Industries Inc
1
126,300 Allied Chemical & Dye—-—*
10,100 Allien Kid Co
5
134,200 Allied Mills Co Inc
*
385,800 Allied Stores Corp
*
13,600
5%preferred
—100
343,400 Allls-Chalmers Mfg
--——-*
28,400
34,100
6,600
54,900
45,600
418,600
114,600
6,900
161,400
68,500
2,880
72,200
146,400
13,600

RANGE SINCE JAN.

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE

Jan. 1

Shares

8,000

Since

I

5"-

"3

N. Y.

32

STOfcK EXCHANGE—STOCKS

aggregate
SALES
In

November

1940

68,000
17,200
100

12,900
2,900
6,000

17,600
400
700
200

1,490
90,800
12,600
27,900
5,200
3,300
26,400
600

22,700
3,900
2,500
320

2,700
4,600
1,690
119,100

46,100
2,001,600
66,700
38,000
40,300
238,200
16,400
1,230
1,470
1,090,200
93,900
5,440
6,600
60,400
291,700
408,000
10,900
49,800
93,100
319,100
455,400
10,300
26,700
309,700

Brewing Corp of America. ..3
Bridgeport Brass Co
*
Briggs Manufacturing
*
Briggs & Stratton.--.*
Bristol-Myers Co
5
Brooklyn & Queens Transit--*

1,050,900
301,100
113,900
40,800
11,620
83,900
21,400

450

3,790

258,100
105,600

33,900
3,700

630

10

2,600
-

100

74,600
—1,900
800
450

3,100

8,500
29,900

10

560

800

62,900
6,500
600

6,900
200,700
8,500
4,800
4,400
33,700
2,500
250

140

155,400
7,700
710
400

1,400
29,200
43,600
500

2,800

7,800
35,200
72,800
1,900
3,300
14,500
68,800

18",400
200

15,000
52,700
690

61,000
5,750
61,100
13,700
13,100
9,400
31,900
10,300
690

5.200
2,600
10,500
16,400
1,450
6,500
8,100
100

40,600
40,300
8,500
35,900
80

75,000
2,300
500
300

380

5,300
6,300
12,300
490

24,100
38,400
2,850
16,900
220

7,800
17,000
530

2,800
5,200
100

861,500
95,300
8,700

1,193,500 Bklyn-Manhattan Transit—- ♦
50,800
$6 preferred series A—
*
112,900 Brooklyn Union Gas
*
4,600 Brown 8hoe. Inc..
—*
155,600 Brunswlck-Balke-Collender.. . *
208,900 Bucyrus-Erie Co—
5
4,190
7% preferred
10U
313,700 Budd (E G) Mfg
--*
34,770
355,900
164,600
75,200
264,400
223,600
137,400

Preferred 7%

Budd Wheel
Bullard Co
Bulova Watch
Burlington Mills Corp
Burroughs Add Mach__
Bush Term Co—
Bush Terminal

11,030
59,500
19,900
135,400
90,700
8,640
32,800
115,000
1,100
262,000
292,900
152,200
536,600

100
—*
*
*
1
*
—1

100
10

30
5
*
100
—*
*
50
Callahan Zinc-Lead...
-1
Calumet & Hecla Cons Copper 5
Campbell W & O Foundry
*
Canada Dry Ginger Ale
5

630 Canada" Southern Ry Co

100

616,600 Canadian Pacific Ry
25
21,700 Cannon Mills.
*
12,100 Capital Admin Co Ltd cl A—1
4.530
$3 preferred class A
10
2,760 Car Clinchfield & Ohio Ry--100
61,000 Carpenter Steel Co
.—5
47,300 Carriers & General Corp
1
57,600 Case (J I) Co..
.100
3,960
7% preferred
...100
196,600 Caterpillar Tractor..
.*
691,400 Celanese Corp. of America
*
29,940
7% prior preferred
109
298,400 Celotex Corp
*
2,890
5% preferred
100
64,800 Central Aguirre Associates
*

Central Foundry Co
1
Central 111 Lt4%% pref.—100
18 200 tOentral RR of N J
.100
54.100 Central Violeta Sugar Co......
4 600 Century Ribbon Mills-......*
530
Preferred
100

For footnotes see page 40.




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a13,*

12%

Sale

32%

2

Sale

Sale
Sale

110
5
52
40

Sale

109

108

Sale

5% Sale

Sale

Sale

52
40

Sale
58
Sale

105*
9%
101 %
8%

74
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8% Sale
5% Sale

93

36%
94%

37%
95%

87
36

17

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93

Sale
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Sale

Sale

13%
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106% 108
7% Sale
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123%

64%
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7

6

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2

18% Sale

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Sale

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4

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8% Sale
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46

Sale

M

6%
2%

17%

4%

i

Sale

lH

33% Sale"
20% Sale

Sale

52

Sale
Sale

89%

Sale

127%

Sale

24%

Sale
Sale

19%
10%
20%
12%

Sale

17%
56%

85

Sale
Sale

17% Sale
32% Sale
Sale

110

Sale

55%
58%
25
23%
19% Sale
20% Sale
1%
«
V*
36% Sale

23%
Sale

Sale

aVA

Sale

Sale
39
Sale

it*

,

113% Nov.
23
Nov.
106% Nov,
„

21

Sale

Sale

56%

1 125
1

19%
20% Sale
1%
36%
35%

Ay°

Sale
Sale

12

37%
42%
2%

4% Nov. 13

11% Nov.

6

23% Nov.

6

42

Nov.
1
Nov, 28

32% Nov. 22
x5% Nov. 26

Sale

13

31
Sale

31

23%
9%
10% Sale
107
114% 108%
109% 113
5% Sale
4%
5% Sale
Sale

6% Sale

Sale
Sale

!!*

Sale

35%
30%
*18%
8%
3%

17

Sale

Sale

7%
2%

Sale

Ay*

7

59

6%
31%
30

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

30

Nov.

Nov.

8

13% Jan.
36% Apr.
115% Mar.
35%Apr.
112>f Apr7

May
32% Oct.

June

105

29% May
May

127

57

Nov.

36%
22%
56%
39
93%

22% May

Nov.

63% Ma
109% Ma
14
May
15
May
5 % May
13% May
11
May

Nov.

54

Nov,
Nov,
Nov,
Nov;
Nov.

134

8

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

9
12
13
12
1
23
4
6
19

6%
72%
8%

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

36

Nov.

9 113

29
1

Sale
Sale
Sale

12% Nov. 30

27
23

28

June

7

Jan.

m

97

8

35% Nov. 15
18% Nov. 7
9
Nov. 4
3% Nov. 12

May
May
May
3% May

Sale
Sale

15% Sale
Sale

20%

19% Sale

A*

12
5

Sale

4J

Sale
81

15%

■

77

Sale

SB

10% Sale

Sale

12%
19% Sale

19% Sale

Sale

m

52
Sale

iWs

Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

a\y*

Sale

Sale
Sale

19%

80

54

51

Sale

13% Sale

1%
7%
14%
13%

37

36

40
Sale

3%
39

4%

W*
90

Sale

■

40
Sale

39%
Sale

39%
Sale

31% Sale
3% Sale
59

Sale

„

3%
38%
3%
39%
89

Sale
Sale

Sale

40

4%
42

90

29% Sale
3
61

Sale
Sale

120

114

Sale-

119

47%
28%
118%
7%

Sale

48% Sale
28% Sale
119% Sale

61

Sale
Sale
Sale

62%
Sale

18%
2% Sale
113

2%

tale

6
Sale

2%
82% 101

7
67

Sale

72%
17%

17%
2% Sale
113% 113%
3

5% Sale
3%
2%
91
100%

5

Nov.

1

19% Nov.

1

4
9

Nov. 6
Nov. 20

16

5%
20

4%
10%
82

75% Nov.

1

12

1

14%

6

21

19

51%
1%
6%
13%
13

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

38%
3%
38%
3%
39%
89%
29% Nov.
3
Nov.
55
Nov.
112% Nov.
46
Nov.
26% Nov.
118
Nov.
6% Nov.
61
Nov.
17% Nov.
2% Nov.
113% Nov.
2% Nov.
5% Nov.
2% Nov.

28
1
6

28

6
15
6
27
29

7
16
27
4
6

51%
1%

39

Nov.

4%
40%
4%
40%

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

91

32%

64*
29%

12 119%
29
7%
66%
4

27
1

19%
3%

4 114

26

27
1

7
8
12

9
8
13
8

14
28

9

8
Nov. 9
16% Nov. 7
15% Nov. 15

6 119%
6
49%

7

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

3%
7%
2%

8

13
8
12
12
4
8

8
15
26

9
12
29
14
27
8
9
13
9
8

1

Nov. 13

Apr.

5

Jan.

4

5
6% Jan.
72% Nov. 14
8% Nov, 9

3

20

9

5
20
25
27
3

37% Apr. 30
6
29% Apr.
12%- Nov. 26
Nov. 27
113

May

21

9

4
4
3
3
23
15

4% Nov. 1
24% Sept. 11
Oct.
7

14% May
6% May

14

5

Mar. 15

SB

Nov.

26
27
14

3

9
Nov. 20

,

Nov.

13
27

Jan.

Nov.

13% Apr. 29
26% Nov. 12

Jan.

x5
49

9
2

2% Jan.
4
38% Nov. 15

4% Nov.
8
May
13% May
27
May
38
May
1

7

3
24

_

34% Jan.

June

4
17
12
16
22

9
Apr.
Mar. 13
Jan. 18

22% Apr.
11% Jan.
23% Jan.
16
Apr.
95
Nov.
28% Apr.
34
Nov.
123% Jan.
70% Mar.
29% Apr.
24% Afar.
25% Jan.

12% May
1
May
26
May

Nov.

5

13%
26%
41%
48%
4%
18%

25%
12%

16%
7%
2%

Jan.

9% Apr.

6
6

Sale
Sale
Sale

Nov. 13

30

67% Apr.

M*

6
6

Jan

14% Jan.

102

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

14

52% Jan.
16% Apr.
8% Jan.

111% June
18% May
105
May

Nov.
Nov.

25

80% May 13
10
8% Mar. 4
5% Mar. 4
32% Mar. 4
8% Apr. 15

7% June

6

6

Feb.

19% May 10
6% Jan.
2

May
May
May
Nov.
Nov.
May
May
May

17

13

65%

Feb.

May 21
Aug. 16

20

30

65%

May 2a

24% Nov,

Nov. 1
Nov. 6
Nov. 20
Nov. 25

Jan.

9% Mar. 19
51

June 11 124% Jan.

22% Nov.
1% Nov.
38% Nov.

39

Sale

May 23

19%
19%
1%
35%

Sale

Sale

5

7% June

116% 114% 116%

24

June

20% May

Nov.
Nov.

8

22% Apr. 20
27% May
7

7 110

May 23

Nov. 18
23% Nov. 6

44

Sale

6

June

12% Aug.
19% May
99
May
51 % May
17% May

53

45

10
Nov.
24% May
17% May
49% June

19%
53%
28%
84%

40%

A*

5

May 21

20

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

11

Nov. 14
Mar. 26

Nov.
Nov.

16% Nov. 6 21
30% Nov. 27 34
Nov. 20 110
107% 104
52
24
Sale

18

May

8% Nov.

10
Nov. 26
32% Nov. 28 335

Sale

106
52
24

June

4

Nov.
Nov.

Jan.

23 100% Mar. 8
21 25% Jan.
3
21 58% Nov. 19
22 23% Jan.
3
22 % Apr. 20
June
6

102

34
30%
24% Sale
10% Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

it*
lWA

Sale

24

„

108
108

8

10%
29%
113%
24%
106%

12

110% Apr. 30
7% Apr. 22
64% Apr. 22
68
Apr. 20
43% Apr.
4
11
Apr.
4
9% Jan.
4
102
July 33

May
May
May
May

12%
2%
3%
5%
27%
8%

11% Nov.
30

Sale

31

4

45% Sale

103
Sale

Sale
Sale

Nov.
Nov.

a:27

June

Nov. 12

Nov.

4

15% Nov. 12
4% Apr. 10

35% Feb. 27

9
May 22
Aug. 29 80
May 22 *93

Nov. 19
Nov. 22
Nov. 12
Nov. 19
Nov. 12
Nov. 12
Nov. 12
Nov. 14
Nov. 14
Nov. 14
Nov.. 8
Nov. 14
Nov. 2
Nov. 12

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

10

24

39

38
Sale
Sale

Sale

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

x9

28
114

32% Sale"

4% Sale

1*

27%
9%
6%
28%

Nov.
122% 118
8
7%
7% Nov.

12% Sale
25% Sale

Sale

Jan.

May 21
May 22
May 22

Nov. 29
Nov. 14

46

Nov.
5% Nov.

5%
29% Sale

20%

6

May 21
May 21

Nov. 14
Nov. 15
Nov.
7
Nov. 25
Nov.
7

18%
4%
6%
9%

5

Nov. 15 21%
Nov. 7 55%
Sale
Sale
Nov. 4 33
Sale
86% Sale
Nov. 28 93%
Sale
130
Nov. 4 134
130% 127
Sale
Sale
24
23% Nov. 30 28
19
21
Sale
20
Nov.
20%
9
Sale
Nov. 28
9% Sale
11%
19
Sale
21
Nov. 16 21%
18%
12% Nov. 14 13%
13% IS*
95
Sale
99
85
1
87
Nov.
57

30%

39%
Sale

6

16% Nov.
3% Nov.

Sale

10

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Nov.

31
120

-

17
5

June

Nov. 18
Nov. 13

7%
49%
74%
119%
7%
3% Nov. 25
19% Nov. 25

4% Nov.

Sale
114
23
Sale
105% 111
100% 110

63%

24%
108

Nov.

16

16% Sale

25

20
21

118% Nov.
6% Nov.
2% Nov.

Sale
Sale

Sale

58%
15%

Nov.

65

7
3
Sale
Sale

5

19

Nov.

7

Sale

4

37

48% Nov.

Sale

Sale

c

Sale

49% Sale
73%

Sale

31

Sale

111

lis"" Sale"

Sale

108%

6

IV*
a;93

51% Nov.
13% Nov.
12% Nov.
17
Nov.
22% Nov.
107% Nov.

Sale

10?S

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

16

Sale

16
17

8

28

114%

58%
60%
33%
9%

88% Nov.

22% Sale

10

28% Sale
10

110
6

June

June

Nov. 13
Nov.
9

8% Nov. 15

6% Nov.

17% Sale
56% Sale
14%
14%

29%
9%
26%
113%
23%
106
103

10%

15%
9
29
Sale
Sale

May 21

15% Nov. 12

3i*

Highest
Sale Prices

Prices

Jan.

86

Sale

Sale
Sale
65

Sale

76

Sale

109%

60

31% Sale
8% aV/s

79

35%

Sale

7

4

4% Nov. 28
48% Nov. 7
60% Nov. 15
31
Nov. 6
8% Nov. 7
4% Nov. 29

Sale

JX

33%
88%
17%
51%
14%
12%

Sale

108% Nov.

Sale

7
76

80

J*7.*

1
4

2
32

!

80% 100

73
85

Sale

12% Nov.
Nov,
Nov.

13%

Sale

6%

39%

Highest
Sale Prices

102

82

SB

Ask

33

33%

Lowest

Lowest
Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Ask Bid
Sale
12
2
2%

12

Oct. 31
Nov. 15
Jan. 10
Jan.
3

5

Apr. 22

36

Jan.

17% May
12% May
7% July
2
May

35

5% May 21
4% May 21
May 28
May 24
May 22
May 22
9
May 21
14
May 21
50% July 25
May 21
May 21
May 21
May 21
34
July 16
2% May 22
29% May 28
3% May 23
36% Aug.
1
3
75% June
22% May 21
2
May 24
39% May 23

16% Oct. 23
4
7% Jan.
3
23% Apr.
Sept. 5
3
13% Jan.

21*

BIdgs—

Depos. ctfs. 7% pref
Butler Brothers
5% conv preferred
Butte Copper & Zinc
Byers (A M) Co
Partic preferred...,
Byron Jackson Co
Calif Packing Corp
5% preferred

100.500
3 470

Ask

Par

Baldwin Loco Wks vt tr ctfs.13
Baltimore & Ohio.—
100
4% preferred
100
Bangor & Aroostook
50
5% conv preferred—...100
Barber Asphalt Corp
10
Barker Bros..
r---*
5% % preferred
50
Barnsdall Oil Co
—.—5
Bayuk Cigar lnc
--*
1st preferred
100
Beatrice Creamery
—.25
$5 -preferred wittrwarrr^*
Pref ex-warrants—
*
Beech Creek RR Co..
50
Beech-Nut Packing...
20
Belding-Heminway
*
Belgian National Rys part pref
Bendix Aviation Corp.
5
Beneficial Indus Loan Corp..*
Prior pref #2.50 div ser 38-*
Best & Co
Bethiehem Steel Corp (Del)--*
7 % preferred. ----- - - - - -100
Bigelow-Sanford Carpet Inc..*
Black & Decker Mfg Co
*
Blaw-Knox
*
Bliss & Laughlin Inc..—.—5
Bloomingdale Bro3...
*
Biumenthai & Co pref
100
Boeing Airplane Co
---5
Bohn Alum & Brass Corp
6
Boi Ami class A
*
Class B
*
Bond Stores lnc
1
Borden Co (The)
15
Borg-Warner Corp
---5
Boston & Maine RR
100
Bower Roller earing Co —.5

83,300
32,500
14,500
6,400
1,110
11,400
2,700

...

_

Andes Copper Mining Co—20
APW Paper Co lnc
5
Archer Daniels-Midiand
*
Armour (Del) 7% preferred. 100
Armour of Illinois
—5
$6 convertible priorpref. ._*
600
7% preferred.
100
130,700 Armstrong Cork Co—
*
24,600 Arnold Constable Corp
5
45,700 Artloom Corporation
—*
140
7% preferred—
—100
144,200 Associated Dry Goods
1
4,100
6% 1st preferred
-.100
9,300
7% 2d preferred
100
5,800 Associated Investment Co—*
13,610
5% preferred
100
517,600 Atchison Top & S Fe--_—100
53,400 1 5% preferred
100
174,200 Atlan Coast Line RR-100
35,600 Atl G & W I S3 Lines
1
30,600
5% preferred
lOu
314,800 Atlantic Refining.
-.25
6,600
4% conv pref series A.-.100
304,000 Atlas Corp
6
63,300
6% preferred
50
20,000 Atlas Powder
-••*
3,430
5% conv preferred
100
38,200 Atlas Tack Corp
*
70,220 Austin, Nichols & Co—
*
12,300
$5 prior A
*
1,386,700 Aviation Corp (Del) The
3
14,500
22,800
22,600
17,300
797,800
91,000

2.000
2,600

.

Nov. 1

Shares

3,700
1,600

1

Jan. 2

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE

Jan. 1

Shares

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Price

STOCKS

Since

'JB

39*

it*

82

Nov. 13
4

15% Jan.
26% Feb.

9

Mar. 13
Feb.

iSB

21
Feb. 21

Apr. 18
3
23% Apr.
Apr. 17
6% Mar. 6
3
40% Jan.
6
Apr.
4
45
May
1
91
Aug.
1
32% May
9
40

75**

Nov.

8

Jan.
4
June 10 119% Nov. 26
4
42% May 15 56% Jan.
20
May 21 35% Apr. 29

100

105% May 22 119% Sept.
5
May 21 XV* Feb.
June 15 72
48
May
17
Aug. 15 26% Apr.
3% Jan.
1% May 15
June 12 114% Mar.
106
5% Apr.
2% May 18
4
May
May 21

eS*

88

Oct.

Sept.

15

neH

4 100

Mar.

28
15

1
22
3

9

5
10
7

Apr. 16

n. y. stock;

Dec., 1940]
AGGREGATE
SALES

In
November

n. y. stock

Since

27,400
16,200
21,500
1,100
300

2,700
300

7,000
51,000
1,100
600

8,100
2,000
24,800
3,100
400

2,300
5,300
5,400
300

2,600
5,300
410

135,600
8,300
i,030

1940

exchange
Par

Bid

193,000 Cerro de Pasco Copper-—---*
—1
158,800 Certain-teed Products
6% prior preferred
100
104,910
—--12,600 Chain Belt Co
Champion Paper & Fibre go—
6% preferred
100
2,120
Common
*
44,200
--*>
26,700 Checker Cab Mfg
143,400 {Chesapeake Corp.--

38

-go
482,400 Chesapeake & Ohio
Preferred series A
1UU
9,400
7,400 {Chic & East 1u rr 6% pf-100
{Chicago Great Western—
4% preferred
100
41,800
-5
23,500 Chicago Mail Order Co.
135,000 Chicago Pneumatic Tool——-*
$3 conv preferred
—*
16,300
Prior pref ($2.50 cum divs)*
6,100
100
23,800 {Chicago r i & Pacific
7% preferred
—100
14,600
6% preferred—
100
16,800
-*
9,200 Chicago Yellow Cab--10
60,700 Chickasha Cotton Oil—
---*
100,400 Childs Co
*5
i,670 Chile Copper
—
o
1,332,300 Chrysler Corp
65,500 City Ice & Fuel

Ask

Sale

6 %

Sale
32 % Sale
19%
20%
101

103

25%
26
16%
17
4% Sale

7,400
20

50
200

4,900
40

62,400
12,000
220

4,300

Special gtd 4% stock
50
230
*
268,500 Climax Molybdenum Co
--*
298,200 Cluett Pea body & Co
Preferred
——100
1,570
*
52,400 Coca-Cola Co (The)
ai-i»'
wwmwinrinrr"
6,700
•

------500

19,700,
5,800
40

7.300
970

3,690
2,020

9,500
4,400
167,900
2,900
160

3,300
2,900
2,200
14,800
600

24,100
300

63,200
392,800
14,600
84.700
800

7,700
2,900
4,600
23,300
5,400
560
910

61,000
178,100
9,100
2,900
9,100
4,000
70,700
1,400
II,100
2,400
1,300
14,300
6,800
12,500
2,200
25,100
1,500
9,300
12,300
147,500
57,500
5,000
18,900
2,300
1,590
29,400
700

15,200
3.500
30,500
2,500
5,400
3,200
11,600
240

2,000
35,900
1,020
95,300
24,200
330

22,900
1,690
6,900
1,200
44,100
1,800
5,900
396,300
26,400

417,600

1%
11%
14%
33%
46%
%

900

4,600
40

System lnc class

104,000
68,500

Class b

a—--2.50
2.50
--*

—-

1,255,000 Columbia Gas & El-_36,200
1,650
28,600
58,600
19,800
194,400
6,500
229,920
6,500
856,300
1,889,300
104,900
1,133,100

4%%
Comm'l

conv.

*

preferred—100

Investment Trust—-*

1935-*
-*

$4.25 conv. pref ser of
Commercial Solvents—

Commonwealth & Southern—*

$6 preferred
Commonwealth Edison

—-*
Co-.25

Conde Nast Publications

»

15,100
83,300 Congoleum-Nairn Inc.---—-*
----43,300 Congress Cigar
Certificates of deposit
14,200
Consol Aircraft Corp———-1
314,000
140,200 Consolidated Cigar—-——---*
——-100
7% preferred
2,600
6% % prior pref
100
4,750
681,900 Consol Cop perm ines Corp-—5
1,066,600 Consol Edison Co of n y lnc-*
$5 preferred
— *
63,800
25,900 Consolidated Film Industry. _1
$2 partic preferred
*
59,600
Consol Laundries Corp
5
61,100
805,100 Consolidated Oil Corp—----*
17,900 Consol rr of Cuba 6% pf-100
62,500 Consolidation Coal co—7—25
6% conv pref
---100
13,600
Consumers Pow Co $4.50 pref-*
14,100
240,100 Container Corp of America--20
127,500 Continental Baking Co class a ♦
Class b
--*
130,100
8% preferred
-—--100
21,800
234.000 Continental

10,700
80,000
111,000
1,548,800
380,300
58,600
339,600
36,800
20,040
192,600
6,400
336,500
132,800
298,700
19,370
30,100
32,900
235,200
4,360
14,500
506,400
12,540
457,500
55,600
3,860
329,000
ii,360
43,300
30,500
215,600
80,100
10,700

2,910,700
557,200

Can————20
-*

$4.50 preferred

Continental Diamond Fibre--5
Continental Insurance.---2.50
Continental Motors
1
Continental Oil of Del
5
Continental Steel Corp.-----*

Copperweld Steel Co
—5
Conv pref 5% series
50
Corn Exch Bank Trust Co—20

Crosley Corp

(The)———--*
—*
pref w w
*

Crown Cork & Seal

$2.25 conv

Preferred ex-warrants _-..-*

Corp.——5
$5 conv preferred———— *
Crucible Steel of America---*
5% conv pref
100
Cuba rr 6% preferred
100
Cuban American Sugar——.10
Preferred—- ——-100
Cudahy Packing Co
30
Cuneo Press lnc
6
Curtis Publishing Co (The)—*
Preferred
*
Prior pref
----*
Curtiss Wright Corp..———1
Class a
——1
Gushman Sons 7% pref.—100
$8 preferred
————*
Cutler-Hammer Inc..-------*
Crown Zellerbach

98,800
8,600 Davega Stores Corp——.5
Conv 5% preferred
—25
4,700

For footnote* see page




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10 102

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16% May 21 ^0%
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24
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.

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16
May
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67% May
16

59

5% Nov
5%
5%
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21%
31
Nov
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98% Nov
98% 101% 108
37% Nov
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39%
110
102% Nov
102
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54
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27% Nov

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19

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6

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7

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10

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4

74

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86

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5

19%
32%
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15

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6

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21
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25

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60
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8

31

1

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75

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47,500 Davison Cnem

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Columbia Pictures Corp
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2,930
91,900 Colorado Fuel & Iron Corp--*
4,480 Colorado & Southern------100
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100
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Columbia Broadcasting

655

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RANGE SINCE JAN.

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EXCHANGE—STOCKS

AGGREGATE
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Jan. 1

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400

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109,600
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Federal Light & Traction
15
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Florence Stove Co
Florsheim Shoe (The)

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14624 May
114
May
11224 May
2524 June

9324

Sale

4924

82 4

Nov

1124 May
6524 July
12724 Nov.
14 H Jan.
5
May
924 June

Sale

18-24
89 24
1424

Sale

16 4

Nov

Nov

Nov

29

16

Nov

14

8

1424 Nov
3724 Nov
1624 Nov

14

3024

1

Nov
Nov

24

9)4

1

8

May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May

2324 Apr.
2824 May
22
1924 Apr.
21 2324 Jan.
21
524 Jan.
24 Jan.
11
22 1252% Jan.
21 2324 Jan.
22 3624 Apr.
21 43 24 Feb.
1024 Feb.
15
2024 Nov.
21
24 8554 Apr.
145% Apr.
15
Feb.
22 38
21 2454 Apr.
22 2324 Jan.
3 9424 May
Apr.
27 171
Apr.
12 30
10
Mar.
21
1324 Jan.
10

Sale

Sale

Sale

18
Sale /

Sale

32
4 24

15 177
Nov
27
3524 Nov
27

9
3
3

1224
5624

27 11724 Nov
2?
3924 Nov
7

6

May
May
May
July
May
May

7

Nov

Nov

9

June 10

1124
824
224
24
9824
1224
2o24

12

Nov
"

Nov

23

1324 May 22
21

July 24
1224 -Aug. 27
224 May 15
*1, May 22
15
May 28

Sale

VA

2024
3424

*

19

«

Sale

27

Follansbee Steel Corp..

Investors...

7

1424
3:54

2| Sale

Sale

...10
Game well Co (The)..
.*
Gannett Co Inc conv $6 pref..*
Gar Wood Industries Inc....3
Gaylord Container Corp
5
53% % conv preferred
.60

4

1624 Nov

1324
324
/4«

10924 11024
11 % Sale
7924 Sale
8824 Sale
93

46

preferred

Nov

13

27

24

41

*
*

Nov

12

Nov

Sale

Sale '

-4124 Sale-

*

....

26 117

Sale

Sale

Firestone Tire & Rubber..—10

...

Nov

12
30
22
12
—

Sale

Sale

4)4% conv preferred.... 100
1
Fidelity Phenix Fire Ins..2.50
Filene's (Wm) Sons Co
.._*
A....100

19

4*

Sale

Ferro Enamel Corp

series
First National Stores

7
29

Nov

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov
Nov
Nov

Nov 13
24 Sale
24 Nov
Nov 27
4 24 Sale
624 Nov
3024 Nov 29 40 24 Nov
3024 Sale
2624
2724 ■2524 Nov 28 36 24 Nov
Nov 29 3324 Nov
31
3124 Sale
Nov
6
24
1
24 Nov
3D- -Nov ~8- 34—Wot
3124—32
hittf r 39 ''"'™"40
1
"3824 "NOV
Sale
Nov
1 111
110
Nov "
11124 110
Sale
624 Nov 27
924 Nov
624 Sale
79
63
6924
7324 Nov 18 73-24 Nov
SaleNov 30
76
Sale
76
8324 Nov
91
75
8824
Sale
24 Sale
24 Nov 12
24 Nov
Sale
24 Sale
24 Nov 25
124 Nov
Sale
1
Nov 29
1
Sale
124 Nov
124
24 Sale
24 Nov 29
124 Nov
80
7124
80
Nov
Nov
3
324
224
324
Sale
Nov
7
Nov
8 24 Sale
Sale
Nov
3024
3024 28 24 Nov
Nov
24
24
24 Nov
>
Sale
Nov
524
624
624 Nov
Sale
40 24 Nov
Nov
43 24 Sale
Sale
Nov
1924 Nov
1924
2 0 24
13 24
12
12 24
Nov
1124 Nov
Sale
Nov
Nov
95
9824 102

Sale

Federal Motor Truck
._...*
Federal Water Service A
*
Federated Department Stores.*

6% preferred

2124
2824
1824
1424
424
>4

Sale

*

Exchange Buffet Corp—
Fairbanks Co 8% preferred. 100

.

Sale
1424

Sale

3
*

General

3324
1324

1

Nov

175

Sale

1524

Ex-Ceil-O Corp

American

5

424

137

38

5

Gen

Sale

3

Eureka Vacuum Cleaner
Evans Products Co

5%

3324

Sale

5

(The).

Boat

91,'500 General Railway Signal

For footnotes

11

10

6
5H
Eastman Kodak Co of N J
* 16624 Sale
6% preferred
...100 173
176
Eaton Mfg Co
29 H Sale
4
Edison Bros Stores Inc
2
17
1624

5% preferred
...100
13,100
...10
2,441,600 General Motors Corp
>5 preferred..
*
42,900
23,900 Gen Outdoor Advertising A..*
Common
.......*
133,000
.....1
46,700 General Printing Ink
$6 preferred
...*
1,340
39 !600! General Public Service...
•

.

Sale
Sale

6

15

Nov

224
24
11224
1324
2824
3724
8

Sale

116

$3

25,300
93,500
44,600
94,300
94,700

21

Sale

Sale

*
96,600 General Gas & Electric cl A..*
$6 conv preferred A
..._.*
220
._.*
44,100 General Mills

100

3924
824
18 24
80 24
924
3524
2024
1624
7924
13024

Sale

117

299,600 General Foods Corp..
$4.50 preferred
7,600

400

lty'

Sale

Sale

1,649,500 General

7,500

112* 116%

126

.....

14,200

Sale

$4.50 preferred
*
Duquesne Light 5% 1st pf.100

39,100
188,400 General Cable Corp
Class A.
36,400
Preferred 7%
32,800
General Cigar Inc.......
44,400
7% preferred
7,820

"4,666

1924 Nov.

15724
12824 131

5

Highest
Sale Prices

27 24 Nov
Nov

1824
1224

Sale

...

Lowest
Sale Prices

Sale

171

Eastern Airlines Inc

Highest
Sale Prices

Sale

(E I) .20

General Bronze

500

2824
1724
12 24
224

Ask

11424 120

100

Du Pont de Nem & Co

Sale

22

*

Duplan Silk
8% preferred

78
Sale

36

....*

Class A

Gabriel Co (The) class A—..*
Gair Co Inc (Robt)
1

40,700
120,400
38,500
23,580
1,010
86,100
19,200
2,300
64,100
5,100
90,000
115,700
2,830

3,200
11,000
2,500
2,500

30

Detroit Edison

$7 preferred
*
$6 preferred
*
159.400
*
51,300 Electric Storage Battery
*
26,900 tElk Horn Coal Corp...
-66r200 ELPaso .Natural. Gas Co——3[
50
16,500 Endicott-Johnson
5% preferred
—.100
I* 2,580
505,700 Engineers Public Service..... 1
$5 preferred
*
20,800
$o.6u preferred
*
13,000
$6 preferred
* !
5,800
*
59,200 Equitable Office Building
100
41,400 jErie RR
4% 1st preferred
—10U
62,900
4% 2d preferred
—.100
11,900
80 Erie & Pittsburgh RR——.50

37,300
192,400
281,400
7,700
8,650
137,900
100,500
40,800
1,820
24,100
12,400
91,700
29,600
33,500
7,800
27,600
83,000
190

19,600
19,900

13,600
21,400
2,000

Sale

372,000

600

11,200
3,500
20,330
4,300
4,000
2,100

14

Sale

^Denver Rio Gr & West pf_100

American shares
620,200 Electric Power & Light

200

140

Sale

2724

Delaware & Hudson
100
Del Lackawanna & Western.50

36,100

50,400

13,900
7,400

Sale

Klec & Musical Industries—

250

314,500
3,000
1,300
4,700
5,700

27 24
17 24

195,000
20,000
340,800 Electric
636,500 Electric

14,100
1,600
23,800
50,900

1,090

21

'26

62,400 Eastern Rolling Mills

12,200
14,300

2,500
13,700
3,100
4,900
7,600
1,230
244,400
34,300

Sale

Sale

...

110

4,700
86,000
29,000
11,800
5,200
1,500
5,100
^
2,600

*
20

...

Preferred

Lowest
Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Delsel-Wemmer-Gilb Corp. .10

Ask

Doehier Die Casting Co.....*
*
197,900 Dome Mines Ltd
.*
522,100 Douglas Aircraft Co Inc
*
124,500 Dow Chemical Co

6,200
28,300
47,400
12,100
13,200
11,100
3,100

Bid

Ask Bid
Sale
20 24

Deere & Co

1

1940

Par

324,100
42,600
25,200
254,500
200,400
10,000
26,210
24,950
37,200
23,000
70,100
178,600
14,000
13,290
13,160
105,600

32,400
4,800
1,900
29,700
25,500
2,600
3,300
2,240
4,200
2,700
5,600
15,600
1,300
1,000

RANGE SINCE JAN.

Jan. 2

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE

Since

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Price

STOCKS

In

Feb

10

4
3354 Jan.
11
15*4 Jan
65)4 Nov. 14
24 H
13 5%

Mar

7

Jan.

4

23)4 Apr. 27
106
May
1
23 54 Jan.
4
Mar

6

51)4 Mar. 14

N. Y. STOCK

DEC., 1940]
AGGREGATE
SALES
Since

November

Jan. 2

1940

EXCHANGE

Jan. 1

22,600
3,200
7,200
1,600
15,700
6,300
40

47,900
4,400
37,200
2,100
1,900
190

147,400

15,100
1,200
5,300
3,300
5,500
100

28,200
131,100
10,200
460

236,800
27,000
98,200
9,000
159,400
100,600

4 %% conv

55,000
3,000
19,000
5,000
90

30.900
25,200

3,800
200
50

860

10,900
10

...

14()

160

8,800

89,900

8,600

3,700
5,700
3,900

90,400
4,360
8,000
8,000
4,500
47,300
41,100
58,500

10

240

30,300
2,300
14,900

266,900
It ,600

2,400

20,200
4,300
158,100
64,000
30,300
14,400
124,900
151,200
181,000

20

370

200
900

500

100

Western RR.100

198,200

---

Preferred A
Hall Printing

25
25

10
*

Hamilton Watch

Sale

Sale

85
Sale
Sale
Sale

86%
1%

7

Sale

1

16% Nov. 13

Sale

85

14%
62%
17%

Sale

84

Sale

63%
Sale

2% Nov.
Nov.
12% Nov.
58
Nov.
16% Nov.
82% Nov.
1% Nov.
30
Nov.
% Nov.
83

Sale

Sale
Sale

12%
10%
14%

Sale

L0%fBale

9% Nov.

Sale

12% Sale

34

Sale

14

Sale

12% Nov.
32% Nov.

23%
24%
16
Sale
25%
Sale
20
Sale
137% 132

2%
2%
1
83%
16%
64%
£19%
86%
2%
27
1 34
1%
1

14 %
9%
16

Sale

33% Sale
23 %
24 %
17 % Sale
26% Sale
28% Sale
34
140
60
Sale
Sale
11% Sale
15

33
17

2%
21

Sale
27%

34

18%
16%

31%
35%
Sale
18
108
103%

6% preferred
-100 101 %
Hanna~(M~A) Co $5pref-—- * 102%
27
Sale
Harbison Walker Rerrac
*
150 f
6% preferred
100 135
Hat Corp class A
7%
7%
1
87
91
6% % preferred
100
3 % Sale
Hayes Mfg. Corp
2
Hazel-Atlas Glass Co
—25 111% Sale
10
Sale
Hecker Products Corp
1
109
Helmet(G W)_
25 107
7% preferred
100 155% 160
15
Sale
Hercules Motors
*

89%
Hercules Powder
*
6% preferred
100 131
60%
Hershey Chocolate
*
$4 co nv preferred
-—* 113%
18
Hinde & Dauch Paper Co—10
33%
Holland Furnace (Del)
10
5%
Hollander (A) & Son
5
Holly Sugar Corp
* .12%
7% preferred
100 102%
59
Homestake Mining
12.50
31%
Houdaille-Hershey class A—*
13%
Class B
*

li%a:13

23%
16%

Sale

29 '

Sale

20%

Sale

23%
17%
26%
20%

132

26

60
Sale

25

31

5% Nov.

Nov.

7

Nov.

9

Nov. 19
Nov. 14
Nov. 19

Nov. 18

Nov. 18
Nov. 12

7% Nov.

1

12% Nov.

9

12% Nov.
10% Nov.
16% Nov.
36

Nov.

Nov.

Nov.

23% Nov.
18% Nov.

Nov.

30

55

20%

131

35%
30%

24%

11% Sale
11%
10%
17% Sale
1%
1%
15
18%
1% Sale
9

30%

12%

Sale

33

Sale

34

32% Sale
13% Sale
16%
14%

LI

Sale

Ll%
L7%
1%

11%
Sale
1%

2%
Ll%

Sale
11%

33
32%
33
32%
13% Sale
16%
15%

101

104

17%

15

126

6%
95

2%
99%

Sale

150
Sale

99%
Sale

24

133%
6%
92%
2%

Sale

96

Sale

8

Sale

92

93
Sale

31% Nov. 8
12% Nov. 12
11% Nov. 27
20% Nov. 12
2% Nov. 8
18% Nov. 8
2% Nov. 9
14% Nov. 12

27

26
12
6

27
27

8% Nov.

1
1

33

Nov.

6

14

Nov.

7

16

Nov. 27

£104

19 104

Nov, 27

14 105
6
27

Nov. 22

19 130

Nov. 19

Nov. 12

6% Nov.

6

Nov.

6

3

6

4

95

28

Nov.

Nov. 20

8% Nov.

13%
110
Sale

34

Sale

June

1

6

57% Nov. 4
113% Nov. 30
6
16% Nov.
33% Nov. 26
9% Nov. 8
12

Nov.

8

June

16% May
May
5% May
83% June

Jan.

10

Jan.

4
8

Nov.

Apr.
Apr.
July

8
8
17

Jan.

8

Nov.

7
2

Jan.
Feb.

Jan.

6
29

Apr

5

Jan.

4
3

Jan.

Apr. 29
Apr. 18
Apr. 18
Nov.

9

Nov. 12

Apr. 22
Jan.

Feb.

Jan.

Apr.

12
5
9
16

12 166

Apr.

8

Mar. 20

21% Apr. 22

9
Nov. 22 100% Apr.
70
8 133% Jan. 30
126% Aug.
Apr. 16
June 11
50
6I8
9
94% May 21 115% Jan.
4
18% Jan.
12% July 16
4
35% Apr.
19
May 21
9% Nov. 8
4% July 15
16% Apr. 20
8
May 21
103

28

8

30

113% Jan. 29
Apr.
8

-

12% May 23

Nov. 18

14% Nov.

7
4

Feb. 21
Feb.
8
Jan.
9

Jan.

June 11 110

155

4

Mar.
Apr.

9% Apr.
104
Apr.
4% Apr.

Aug.

86

Apr.

9% Apr.

138

130

105% Nov. 19
54% Nov. 8
38

90

20%
69%
24%
97%
4%
71%
1%

4
26
22
11
19

9
19
8
106% Jan. 12
105% Mar". 30
4
28% Jan.

May
9% May
10% May
100% June

June

3

Jan.
Mar.
Apr.
Apr.
Sept.

IP
?P

30

95

Jan.

Nov. 14

19%
44%
4%
3%

IP
8*

June

Nov.

129

9
65

7
14%
9% June
10%
6% June 10
10
16%
May 18
26
May 21 36%
21% May 29 25%
18%
11% May 21
15% May 21 30
18% May 22 29%
June 13 142
£123
55
July 30
35%
May 22
17%
May 22
12
May 29
14% June 26 25%
3%
Aug. 22
I'A
May 21 30%
4
2%
1% Oct.
1
14%
8% Nov.

9

77% Nov.

70
Nov.
126% Nov.
55% Nov.
108
Nov.
15% Nov.
30
Nov.
7
Nov.
10% Nov.
105% Nov.
Sale
47% Nov.
36% Nov.
37%
Sale
12% Nov.

Sale

4% May 22

71

Nov. 25
97% Nov. 29
95%
97% 92
162% Nov. 29
155
Nov.
162% 165
16
17% Nov. 15
15% Nov.
15%

131%
61%
115%
Sale
Sale
6%

1% Oct. 18
May 22
% May 14

25

99% Nov.

id
7% Nov. 13

95

21
22
21
21
26
21
16
21
21
22

June 11

Nov. 26

33

32% Nov. 20
1
32% Nov.
13
Nov. 22
15% Nov. 22

103% Nov,
Nov.
22% Nov.
150
130
Nov.
6% Nov.
6%
95
95
Nov.
Sale
2% Nov.

Sale

16% Sale

Nov
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

25

8

155

Nov.

104

103% 104% 101% 105
24

30%
10%
10%
16%
1%
15%
1 %

Nov.

22% Nov.
139% Nov.

Nov.

43
11

Nov. 30

44

38
Nov.
1
1% Nov. 26

5%

1%
1%
30% Sale
% Sale
6%

69

65

7% Sale

Sale

Nov. 12

7

4

2

Sale Prices

Nov. 14

Nov.

14% Nov.

Sale

Highest

Sale Prices

4% May
May
May
30
May
1% Nov.
2
May
77
July
10
May
45
May
12% May

Nov. 14

61

15

1%

nVA
77

6% Nov.

63%

Sale

1

*
— *

Hackensack Water

61%

Lowest

Sale Prices
7% Nov. 15

Sale Prices

1%
30%
%

L) Co
1
Greyhound Corp (The)
*
5%% conv preferred
10
Grumman Aircraft Eng Corp_l
Guantanamo Sugar
*
8% preferred
100
Gulf Mobile & Ohio RR Co--*
$5 preferred

40,700
3,120
344,600
18,800
162,200
12,500
750

25,700
2,000
18,300
2,300

83

Green (H

8,500
1,610
99,600
6,200
1,020
4r,690
95,400

40

44

13%
59%
18%

Granby Consolidated Mining
Smelting & Power Ltd
5
Grand Union Co (The)—
With div certifs
——*
17,800
Without div certifs
♦
23,500
-*
31,500 Granite City Steel
10
63,300 Grant (W T) Co
7,900
5% preferrod
20
228,900 Great North Iron Ore Prop—*

75,400
576,100
36,300
192,700
76,900
3,940
49,900
35,200

Sale

80

131,100

887,800 Great Northern pref
81,500 Great West Sugar
Preferred
4,570

62%
14%

2%
2%

Gobel

713,700 Graham-Paige Motors

Sale

38

(Adolf)
j
Goebel BrewingCo.__
-1
570 Gold & Stock Teleg Co.—100
337,800 Goodrich (B F) Co
36,200
$5 preferred
439,900 Goodyear Tire & Rubber
*
$5 conv preferred
26,700
*
27,600 Gotham Silk Hosiery
Preferred
100
1,630

1,600

3,600

preterred

Sale

It*

*
-•
50

$6 preferred
Glidden Co (The)

Ask

Highest

Lowest

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

6%
61%

*

Gimbel Brothers

80 Green Bay &

~6", 600

Nov. 1
Bid

Par

Shares

Share?

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Price

STOCKS
N. Y. STOCK

In

35

EXCHANGE—STOCKS

May
May
May
-8% May
35

Mar. 36
13 110
60% Jan. 12
21
Apr. 18
22 38
16% Apr. 16
21

Household Finance—

400

17,000
10,600
2,600
500

14,200
14,600
31,600

26,100
2,500
510
770

9,800
4,000
7,400
3,200
40

14,900
85,500
8,210
3,800
740

9,300
132,700
3,700
3,400
3,900
30,000
1,600
15,600
157,100
7,400

97,500

274,666
105,000
600

1,140
2,000
4,700
3,600
200

45,100
3,500
8,500
150

2,200
2,700
20

3H

Illinois Central RR
---100
6% preferred series A
100
Leased line 4%
100
RR sec stock ctfs ser A.1000
Indianapolis Power & Lt Co-_*
Indian Refining
10 "*5%
28%
Industrial Rayon Corp.*
Inger&ol-Rand-.
* 116
920'
6 % preferred
100 150%
6%
92,700 Inland Steel
3%
477,600 Inspiration Cons Copper
20
5%
55,510 insurant-shares Ctfs lnc
1
3
61,600 luterchemical Corp------—*
8%
6,030
6% preferred
100
4%
28,600 Intercontinental Rubber
♦
1%
706,100 Interlake Iron
*
1%
58,800 Internal Agricultural
*
7
18,500
Prior preferred
---100
43,900 Int. Business Machines.
5%
0%
305,800 International Harvester
*
>5
10,600
7% preferred
100
4%
169,400 Internat Hydro-Elec Sys A.25
9%
1,130,400 International Mercan Marine-*
6%
61,200 Internation Mining Corp
1

International Nickel of Canada*
Preferred
100
International Paper & Powerl5
5% conv preferred
100
Internatl Rys of Cent Amer_.*
5% preferred
100
international Salt-—
*
International Shoe-International Silver..
50
7% preferred—.100
International Tel & Tel
*
Foreign share certificates..
Interstate Department Stores *
Preferred
10
Intertype Corp*
Island Creek Coal
580
$6 preferred

990,000
9,100
2,371,200
921,600
19,760
10,260
14,800
33,800
19,100
3,200
679,100
72,300
66,500
1,890
18,100
19,600

26,900
1,600
90

6,700
3,000
2,200
200

3,300
20

20,100
22,400
100

Jarvis (W B) Ce
Jewel Tea Inc.Johmt-Manville

1

Preferred

-

-100

Jones & Laughlin Steel pref-100
Kalamazoo Stove A Furn Co 10

1,330 Keith-Albee Orpheum pref.100
Kelsey Hayes Wheel—

Convertible class A
Conv class B--

2,020 Kendall Co $6 part

For footnotes

c

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

see page




40.

1
1

pref »er A_*

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

166
Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
88%
Sale

5%
Sale
109
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

4%
Sale

7% Sale
0

133

Nov. 14
Nov.
Nov.

Nov. 18

June 12

Nov.

j May

Sale

Nov. 18
25

Nov. 15

Sale

Nov. 14
Nov.

Sale

Sale

Nov.
9
Nov. 20
Nov.
1

10% Sale

Nov. 14

Sale

Nov. 15

169% 169%

24% Sale

£23% Nov. 29

Sale

74
128
66

Sale

8

Sale

25%

27%
127%

13% Sale
47% Sale

Sale

67

Sale

[27

Sale

L03% Sale
13% Sale

Sale

93

39

29% Sale
28% Sale
105
105% 109
Sale
1% Sale
2%
2%
1%
8%
7% Sale
90%
85%
90%

9

16% Sale

37%

26%

Sale

!5%

38

2%
39%

37
Sale

Sale

3
8

95

Sale
128

[19

4% Sale
17% Sale
13
13%

28%

17% Nov.
70% Nov.
2% Nov.

Nov.

43

Nov.

38

Nov. 22 £30%
Nov.
30
Nov.

13%

Nov.
Nov.

17% Sale
7% Sale

98'"

June 10
15
I May 21
May 21

| May

29

[ May 22

May 22
I May 23
I June

27

Jan.

May 21

May 21
May 22
June

Jan

18% Nov. 14
9% Nov. 15
Nov. 30

4 103

Apr. 16
Nov.

9

15% Apr. 11
7% Nov. 18

ilP
ilH

Mar. 20
Mar. 28

Nov. 14
Jan.

2% Apr.
38

Jan.

4

5
3

5
5% Jan.
14% Apr. 26

7

Jan.

38% Jan.

3
4

11
3
29

38

36% Jan.

30

10

17
52

Jan.

8

Mar

27
4
15

77% Jan.

May 22 132
I May 15 104%
16
I June 10
May 28 121
7%
May 21

Nov.

15% Nov. 20'
6
7
Nov.

99% Nov.

4

May 23
June 21 127% Nov. 15

Nov.

11

15

June 11

i

9

14% Nov.
12 102% Nov.

5

May 16
May 15
May 21

22t 103

6

3

Jan.

Nov. 19
5
Nov. 19
105% Nov. 19
5
4% Jan.
3
4% Jan.
3
10% Jan.
Oct.
4
92
Jan.
9
29
Nov. 14

May
May
May
May

6| 20% Nov.

1

Jan.

May 28
May 23
May 21

Nov.

19119
Nov.
61
5% Nov.

Apr.

73
Apr.
5% Jan. 24
6
56% Feb.

Nov.

13% Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

6

I May 21
May 18
June 10

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

48%
67%
23 128%
6 104 %
II 14%
25

Apr.

Jan.
June
3 133
21% May
I May 21

Nov.

Nov.

94

Feb.

June 11 191% Mar. 12
4
May 22 62% Jan.
Jan. 22
May 25 171

Nov.

127% Nov.
28

17%
14%

Sale

Nov.
Nov.

! May 21

8% Nov.

Nov.

Nov.

16%
16%
8% Sale

99%! 103

90

Nov.
Nov.

105
106% 100
8%
7%
7% Sale
105
[01% 109% 102

11% Sale
7% Sale

105%
2%
2%
8%

Nov.

[03

90

Sale

Sale

Nov.

13
12%
46% Sale
62
61%
125% Sale
101% Sale
12%
13%
119%

it*

28% Nov. 14

140
Nov.

0%

9

Sale

2%

22

I May 22
I June 11
; Aug. 16

Nov. 22

4%

Nov.

36%

4

9

Sale

Sale

Nov.

9

Sale

5%

3

23

Nov. 26

16%

5

3

Jan.

Nov.

70

16%
28%
•7% 100
4% Sale
4% Sale

3

Jan.

Nov.

Nov. 19

2

Jan.

157
Sale

Sale

4

2

13%
24%
43%
6%

9%
May 23
29
i May 21
May 25 118
June 26 158

Nov. 12

Sale

2

17

Jan.

Nov. 14

Nov. 14

5%

Sale

Sale

4

3

Jan.

Sale

4% Sale

1

8

Nov.

4

Sale

May 18
; Nov. 27

13
21

6H Feb.

2P

Nov. 12

26

20
20
5

22
24
15
14

Nov. 12

8

Nov. 13
Nov. 19

54%

71% Apr.
24 111% May
6% Jan.
22
15 50% Feb.
1% Feb.
25

22

15

.6% Sale

2%

7

Nov. 12

54% May
Aug.
3% May
28
Aug.
% Oct.
2% May
12
May
3
May
% May

103

May 21
May 21

130

Sale

2

Nov. 15

Nov.

140
Sale

4%

8

Sale

il*

Sale

Sale"

Nov. 20

Nov.

Sale

39%

118

88

157,000

Sale

Nov. 25

60
Nov.
62%
64
Nov.
107% 109% 110
3% Nov.
4% Sale
33% Nov.
35% Sale
% Nov.
% Sale
3
3% Nov.
3%
17% Nov.
17% Sale
4% Nov.
4% Sale
% Nov.
%

38%
3%
Sale
20%
Sale
5%
Sale
24%
107
105%
157
155%
Sale
87%
Sale
13%
Sale
7%
Sale
23%
110% 111%
4
3%
Sale
10%
2
1%
29% 32%
160
158%

14%
Kansas City Lt 1st pref ser B_* 120
37,700 Kansas City Southern--*
7% Sale
19
9,900
4% preferred
100
13,500 Kaufmann Department Stores 1
15%
900
5% conv preferred
100
95
100
14
15
14,300 Kayeer (J) & Co
5

232.700

Sale

4*

410

950

110

12% Sale
23%
24
40
Sale
6%
6%

257,800
29,500
5,660
6,700
10,400
33,000
79,500
38,100

68,600
38,200
143,800
4,180
100,300
22,700

5,100
4,800
16,500

Sale

68% Sale
Common stock
—*
5% preferred
100 110% 114
6
Sale
Houston Oil of Texas v t c__25
49% Sale
Howe Sound Co
5
Hudson & Manhattan
100
5% preferred
100
26
Sale
Hud Bay Min & Sm Co Ltd —*
5% Sale
Hudson Motor Car
*
1
Sale
JHupp Motor Car Corp
1

20%
15%
21 102%
21
15^

23

23

9 109

Jan.
Oct.

29

Apr.

4

Mar. 15

Apr

4

Nov. 15
Jan.
8
Nov. 12
Jan.

8

Apr. 18

18% Nov. 14
8% May 21
19% Apr. 28
4 % May 22
87% June 20 103% Apr. 16

N. T. STOCK EXCHANGE—STOCKS
aggregate

II

sales

prices in november

Price

STOCKS

Nov. 1
Par

Shares

23,600
102,700
5,500
16,600
68,800
31,000
53,700
90,200
1,880,900
300,400
10,000
4,058,200
119,900
71,400
32,200
L1,100

100
*
*
*
*
*
1
*
*

Loft Inc
—
-1
Lone Star Cement Corp
*
Long Bell Lumber A
-*
Loose-Wiles Biscuit
-25
5 % .preferred.
, 100
160,600Lorillard (P) common---— -10
v ._

Preferred
-—-100
6,000
-*
41,700 Louisville Gas & Elec A—
1001
53,100 Louisville & Nashville
—

MacAndrews & Forbes Co.-10

100

6% preferred
Mack Truck Inc

*

Macy (R H) Co Inc
*
Madison Square Garden. — -*
Magma Copper
---10
Manati Sugar Co
--1
Mandel Bros
---*
Manhattan Shirt
—25
Maracaibo Oil Explor
1
Marine Midland Corp
--5
Market Street Ry prior pref 100
Marshall Field & Co
*
Martin (Glenn L) Co
1
Martin Parry Corp
*
Masonite Corp

7,000
15,700

86,770
250.500
982,600
877,200
54,900

3

Kinney (G R)
$5 prior preferred
-10
Kresge (S 8) Co...
Kresge Department Stores. -.1
Kress (S H) & Co
Kroger Grocery & Baking.

Loew's Inc
$6.50 preferred-

20,300
339,200

14
Sale

Preferred
Lily Tulip Cup Corp.
Lima Locomotive Works
Link Belt Co———
Lion Oil Refining Co
Liquid Carbonic Corp.Lockheed Aircraft Corp

16,000
1,320
192,200
149,300
24,000
31,200
133,200

Sale

*

Keystone Steel & Wire Co.

Kimberly-Clark

Laclede Gas Light
100
5% preferred
100
Lambert Co (The)
*
Lane Bryant
*
Lee Rubber & Tire
5
Lehigh Portland Cement
25
4 % conv preferred
100
{Lehigh Valley KR Co
50
Lehigh Valley Coal
._*
6% convpreferred...
50
Lehman Corp. (The)
1
Lehn & Fink Products Corp-.5
Lerner Stores Corp
*
Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass
*
Libby McNeill & Libby.
7
Life Savers Corp
5
Liggett & Myers Tob com—-25
Series B
25

128,500
15,000

Ask

_»

1,204,400 Kennecott Copper

3,410
5,120
64,900
10,500
69,500
40,000
3,160
97,800
101,500
66,700
223,100
27,000
24,200
192,900

Sale
Sale

4%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

$3 preferred
$6 1st preferred

McCrory Stores
6% conv preferred
McGraw Electric Co
McGraw Hill Publ Co.

*
--1
100

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

13 %
28 %
Sale
Sale
Sale

34%

Sale

133

134%
27% Sale
29
12

Sale
Sale

34

Sale

3

Sale

7

6

15% Sale
i %
4%
4

14*
40%
8%

36%

25%
98

c

Sale
Sale




28%

Sale

6%

Sale

31%
14% xl4
37%
1%
1%
24
23%
38

iih

129

28%
26%
10%
31%
1%
5%
14%
%
5%

30%

25

2% Nov. 27
25% Nov. 22

26%
Sale

28

131
Sale

Sale

15

13

12%
5%
22%
22%

11
Sale

Sale

6

15%
Sale

Sale

Sale

29%

169

"53%
Sale

26%
100

Sale
110

25
8
Sale
Sale

Sale

27%
26%
10%
30%
2

7
Sale
Sale

30%
141
Sale
Sale

11%
Sale

2%

Nov. 26
Nov. 28
Nov.

Nov. 23

Nov.

1

Nov.

6

Nov. 30
Nov.
1
1
Nov.
Nov.

6

Nov. 27
Nov. 25
Nov, 16
Nov. 14

131

8% Nov.
18% Nov.
13% Nov.
7% Nov.
27% Nov.
24% Nov.
116% Nov.
2% Nov.
1% Nov.
4% Nov.
24% Nov.
13
Nov.
26% Nov.
47% Nov.
7% Nov,
41 % Nov.
98% Nov.
99% Nov.

Nov.

4

39

Nov. 14

Nov.

1

12% Nov. 19

Nov.

6

17

Nov.

6

Nov.

2

33% Nov. 12
30% Nov. 12

Nov. 12

6 107% Nov. 28
Nov.
Nov. 13
21 % Nov. 22
Nov.
7
40% Nov. 14
Nov.
1
4% Nov. 15

Nov. 20

Nov;

8

Nov. 27
Nov.
1
Nov. 29
Nov. 30

26% Nov. 30
10% Nov. 25
30% Nov. 30
1
1% Nov.
6

Nov. 20

Nov.

Nov. 18

29% Nov. 14
Nov. 15

28%
10%
34%
2%
6%

172

Nov. 29

Nov. 25

im

Nov.
7
Nov. 16

9% Sale

9%

Sale

6

22 23% Apr.
21 29% Jan.
41
21
Apr.
15 14% Apr.
21
18% Mar.
3
Apr.
Mar.
21
22 109% Apr.
21
39% Apr.
29
June
3
46% Jan.
2
4
May 15
Apr.
18
13% June 10
Jan._

5

Nov. 18
Nov. 14

June 25

Nov. 22

May 21

10
21

23
22

11

Nov.
Nov.

June

May
May
June
June

May
Nov.

May
May 21
May 31
May 28

Nov.

Feb.

5

Feb.

6

29

Sale

Sale

23

25

4

17%

Sale1

19

20

7

21

Nov.

36

Sale

37%
9%

Sale

Sale

Sale

14

Sale

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

May
May
May
Aug.
May
May
May
May
May
May

24
22

21

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov.

June 26

Sale
Sale

108

Implem—1

Sale

*

Sale
Sale

3% Sale

4

Sale

59

Sale

11%

Sale

9%
%

Sale

2

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

c

Sale

% Sale
% Sale
13% Sale
86

118

119

Sale

115%

120
Sale

44%
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

11%
69%
Sale
Sale
52

2

38%
11%
15%
Sale
38
6
39% Sale
40%
110
117% 121% 122% 117
Nov.
2 122%
49% Sale
43%
44%
43% Nov. 29 50%
Sale
108
106% Sale
103
Nov.
6 108

48

39%
33%
29%
13%
17%
22%
4%
53%
11%
73
110

Sale
Sale

35%
Sale

Sale
60
Sale

1&
%
14

u¥a

Sale4

39

a;79

117

115

42

11%

28% Sale
13
12%
17% Sale
22
21%
4%
4%
53% Sale
11%
11%

75

68

Sale

Sale
23
Sale

Sale

13% Nov.

Sale

119% 123
38% Sale

70

110% 115
Sale"
8
7% Sale
50
47
51%
51%

6

6

6
3% Nov.
1
47% Nov.
6
9% Nov.
% Nov. 18
1% Nov. 19
1
% Nov.
2
% Nov.

117%
36%
36%
27%
12%
17%
*21%

4%
61%
11%
%
2%
%

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
% Nov.
15% Nov.
87% Nov.

Nov. 25
Nov.
6 116

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
4
Nov.
47% Nov.
11% Nov.

70

1

8 121 *

Nov.
Nov.

20

41% Nov.

13

43

29

30% Nov.
14% Nov.
18% Nov.
23% Nov.
5% Nov.
56% Nov.
12% Nov.

28
1

7

27
6

28

Nov. 20

6% Nov.
48% Nov. 22

6

2

3

Jan.

4

Nov. 14

4

May

9

Oct. 23
Nov. 23

75

Nov.

Nov.

8% Nov.
50% Nov.

Nov. 18

Apr. 16
Apr. 15
Jan.

8

Nov. 27

4
53% Jan.
4% Feb,. 23
30% Apr.
3
Mar. 29

8
16% Jan.
8
17% Apr.
21 111% Nov. 14
21
29
Apr.
3
6
9% Apr 25
26
3
47% Jan
15
8
12% Jan.
281
Apr.
1
28
Apr.
1

75

Sale

ayApr.
May

Jan.

14 105

66%
30%
4%
25%

Sale

2

10

11

May 22
May 21

1

8%
*13%

8
8

12 173

May 22
May 22
May 23

7

Sale

15

June

Nov.

14%

15

Nov.

66% Nov.

1

6
27
27

32% Apr. 15

75

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
13% Nov.
36% Nov.

4
3

10

68

Nov. 18

3

15
15
5

10

21

80

29

11

20

June

8

21

73
65

3%
20%
16%
35%
8%

19

June

Nov.

1

66% Sale
29% Sale
3% Sale

4

5
8

Mar.
8
38
4% Apr. 18
7% Mar. 11
7
16% Jan.

31

73

3%

3
14

Jan.
3
May 22 35
Sept. 4 136% May 10
May 24 29% Nov. 14
May 21 31
Apr. 15

70

Sale

4

12
26

Nov. 18

May
13% May
27
May
9
May
10% May
22% July
20% May
97
May
15% May

63%

80

11
9

32% Nov.

1 105

8% Nov.

19 181

5

12

5%
12%
16%
47%
14%
40%

Nov. 27 173

Nov.

June

16

22

5% Nov.

3
9

87

87

June

a

100

Feb. 16
Feb. 26

4

4?*

May
Aug.
May
May
May
May
May
May

16%
35%
13%
30%

28% Nov. 29

26

29% Jan.
34% Apr.

169

33

June

9

6

6

Jan.
3
Nov. 9
Apr. 18
Jan. 24
Apr.
8

May
May
May
May

30
5

8

Nov.

Nov. 28

38%
15%
46%
2%
31%

21
9% Jan.
23 21% Sept.
15
16% Jan.
28
7% Nov.
21 35% Jan.
22 24% Nov.
10 116% Nov.
4
Jan.
23
17
1% Jan.
17
4% Nov.
21 24% Nov.
14
Feb.
18
Jan.
21 29
10
53% Jan.
15
Apr.
28
Apr.
22 109
Apr.
22 109% Apr.

Nov.

12% Nov. 23

Nov.

4
May
8% May
May
3 % May
16% May
15% May
100% June
1 % May
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2
May
15% May
9% May
18]
May

12

Nov.

6

6

21
21
21
22
20
May 23
2
May 21
22% Aug. 13
23% May 22

Nov. 28

4% Nov.
Nov.
8

Sale

Sale

7

4

%

24% May
10
May
May
May
May

27%
1%
17%
19%

14% Nov.
8,
109
* N0VT26 rro£%~May~23tT09
18% Nov. 27
25%
20% Nov. 8
160
Nov. 18 138% May 31 162
15% May 21
21%
20% Nov. 4
38
65
Nov. 14
May 18 65

Nov.

Sale

105

25
1
8
14
8
19
14
14
8
1
8
6

27

Sale" 50
Sale
Nov.
49% Nov. 29 53
3
Nov.
2% Sale
2%
2%
2% Nov. 28
Nov. 25
24%
26%
24%
25% Nov.
25% 25
2 102% Nov.
101% 103
102%
101% Nov.
13% Sale
13% Nov.
12% Sale
12% Nov. 30
Sale
15
15% Sale
14% Nov. 27
16% Nov.
108% Sale
110% 111% 108% Nov. 1 111% Nov.
24
24
25% Sale
Nov. 27
27
Nov.
24%
8
8
Nov. 27
8%
8%
9% Nov.
8%
35% Sale
32% Sale
32% Nov. 30 37% Nov.
Sale
8
6
7% Nov.
9% Nov.
7% Sale
4
Sale
5% Sale
3% Nov. 28
5% Nov.
26
Sale
29% Sale
25% Nov. 22 30% Nov.
Sale
6
7% Sale
7
Nov.
7% Nov.
Sale

9

15
12

21% Nov.

52

100

8

8
Nov. 15

Nov. 27

27

9

Nov. 27
6
Nov.

28%
172

Nov.

Nov. 18

14%
31%
9%
26%

16
Sale

26

2% Nov. 28
26% Nov.
8
31% Nov.
1

Nov. 18 181

4%
12%
15%
32%
12%
26%

Sale

Nov. 14
Nov. 9
Nov. 14
Nov. 8
Nov.
1

31
Nov. 13 132

14

Sale

37%
15%
40%
2%
25%

29% Nov. 28

Sale

Sale

7

Nov. 27
Nov, 19
Nov. 16

5% Nov.

6%
13%

1

31%

37%
Sale

133

Nov. 27

6% Nov. 25

7

17%

12%
6%
24%
23%

30

Nov. 27
Nov. 20

Sale

113% 115
116% 113
Sale
2%
2% Sale
1
Sale
Sale
3%
3% Sale
Sale
21*
21% Sale
Sale
11%
11%
Sale
25
25
24%
Sale
42%
44% Sale
7
Sale
6%

Sale

14% Sale

iw

29%

Nov.
6
Nov. 28
Nov. 13
Nov. 26

Sale

16

Sale
Sale
5%
Sale
23%

Sale

100
Min-Honeywell Regulator Co_ *
4% conv preferred ser B—100

40.

Sale

15

Sale

For footnotes see page

26

33%
10%
29%

Sale

Sale

Murphy Co (G O)
5% preferred-.
---100
Murray Corp of America
10
Myers (F K) & Bro——
*

Sale

Sale

-o

Montgomery Ward & Co
*
Morrell (J) & Co
-*
Morris & Essex
--.-..--50
Motor Products
*
Motor Wheel Corp
5
Mueller Brass Co
1
Mullins Mfg Corp class B
1
$7 preferred
*
Munsingwear
—....—

1%
23%
25%
2%

3%

Sale

Miami

Mo-Kansas-TexasRR
*
7% preferred series A
100
{Missouri Pacific
100
5% convertible preferred-100
Mohawk Carpet Mills
-20
Monsanto Chemical Wks
10
$4.50 preferred
*
Preferred series B
*

2

Sale

9

Mid-Continent Petroleum.-.10
Midland Steel Products
--*

10

37

Sale

Sale

Sale

$6-50 preferred--

13%

38

_

Sale

Mission Corp

Highest
Sale Prices

-

1

Minn Moline Power

Lowest
Sale Prices

i?8

Mengel Co
—
-1
5% conv 1st preferred
50
Merch & Min Transp Co.—*
Mesta Machine Co
5

8% 1st preferred

11
25

44%
6%
41%

Highest
Sale Prices

tale

Sale

Copper

2%
%
3%
23%

Sale

Ask

.

Sale

Melville Shoe Corp—.—.

112

Lowest
Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Ask Bid
Sale
34%

38
38
40
Sale
Sale
95
95%
98%
95% Sale
Sale
97% Sale
94% Sale z94
178 % 176% 181
184
189
181
21
Sale
19
18%
21%
19%
Sale
25% Sale
23%
25% Sale
Sale
37% Sale
38%
38% 35%
Sale
9% Sale
11% Sale
9%
Sale
17
15% Sale
15%
ale
30% Sale
30% Sale
28%
Sale
27
Sale
30% Sale
26%
Sale
106% Sale
107% 109% 106
Sale
21% Sale
20% Sale
19%
46% Sale
36
37% Sale
40% Sale
Sale
4
3% Sale
3%
3%
Sale
14
Sale
14
14%
15
109
110- 108-%~108—
109!
lt?8%T09%ftt) 7%
24% Sale
20
Sale
19%
18%
18%
156% Sale
153
Sale
159
153
20% Sale
20%
20%
18%
19%
18%
58 % Sale
61% Sale
59%
59% Sale

--1

6% conv preferred

7

18%
12%
5%

100
*
$6 preferred series A
*
$5.50 pref ser B with warr—*

McLeilan Stores Co

8*

24%
23%

22%
114 J*

—1
*

Mead Corp

34%
14%
36%
1%
25%
25%
2%

Sale

{McKesson & Robbins, Inc.-.5
$3 series conv pref
*

750

„

-*
*

Mclntyre Porcupine Mines.—5
McKeesport Tin Plate.
10

7,200
94,000
76,000
26,620
49,540
46,800
237,400
157,300
74,500
9,120
63,700
3,510

95,700
11,500
74,200
65,700
128,800
22,550
133,000
39,000
135,100
3,470
3,100
878,900
3,900
19,720
132,200
88,200
45,500
96,400
15,310
38,800
25,300
1,390
241,100
7,600

—

McCall Corp

Bid

Sale

30%
94,900 Mathleson Alkali Works-—.*
7% preferred
690
100 161%
52 %
10
71,200 May Department Stores
*
3*1
22,800 Maytag Co (The)
6,300
2,480
34,700
124,300
8,500
76,400
24,500
72,100
191,800
440,700
108,100
52,000
1,530
124,300

1

1940

Jan. 1

57,500
36,200
19,000
10,840
179,000
4,900
43,300
261,800

range since jan.

Jan. 2

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE

Since

May
May
May
May
May
June

22

13
22
21
21

21
24
21

15

10?*

June

5
5

4% Apr. 24
61% Nov. 26

21

11% Nov. 15

18
22

&

27

May 21

May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May

3
6
2

21

Nov. 25|

June

4
15

Feb. 21
26
28% May 27
38% Nov. 13
12% Apr. 10
17% May
9
40% Nov. 26
122% Nov. 25
54
Apr.
8
110
Jan. 20

Jan.

2

Jan.
Jan.

June 21

May
May
May
May

Jan.

Apr.

14% May
85
May
82
May
34% Mar.
6% Jan.

Jan.

19H
119

Jan.

119

May
July 31

122

Oct.

56

Jan.

3

45

Feb.

2

30H Feb.
Apr.
18% Apr.
26% Jan.

18
4

_

24

1

9

5% Nov. 14
56% Nov. 14
15% Mar. 20
83
111

Mar. 29
Feb.

14

8% Nov. 14
53
Apr.
8

NT. Y. STOCK

Dec., 1940]
AGQREOATE
SALES
In
November
Shares

37,900
1,240
37,700
7,000
2,100
18,500
55,200
900

2,000
300

2,700
11,000
8,200
39,200
1,990
3,560
6,000
1,200
33,700
3,500
31,700
1,600
46,700
400

850

6,400
700

58,700
19,200
26,900
3,300
3,800
3,660
19,200
5,900

3,700
600
250

1,900
20

12,700
"35,400
36.800

1.500

2,900

276,300
8,100
30,200
3,500
1,500

1,800
110
10

110

60,100
7,800
3,300
55,800
1,200
2,900
430

113,300
3,100
3,300
93,200
170

54,100
500
140

5,100

Since

EXCHANGE

1940

Par

Bid
21

22 k

15

15k

1
Nat Automotive Fibres Inc-.l
6% conv preferred.
10
National Aviation Corp
-5
National Biscuit Co
10
National Acme

6

Co__*

91

National Dairy Prod Corp.
7% preferred class A
7% preferred class B
National Dept Stores
6% preferred

16
94 k

Sale

ioo
100
»

*

Enamel & Stamping
National Gypsum Co
Nat

—1
-*

$4.50 conv preferred

-10

National Lead Co

7% preferred A
100
6% preferred B
-—100
Nat Mall & Steel Cast Co
*
Nat Oil Products Co
4
National Power & Light
.»
National Steel
25
National Supply Co of Pa.__10

f2 conv. preferred
k% prior preferred

40

100

Sale

16J4
15*4 116k
13
6 k'
24 k
12 H

l\H
20

25 k
8
9

940

79',900

80

7,500
31,800
130

40,100

5,200
800

1801

19.266
21,500

1,090
1,160
2,160
200

23,400
5,900
3,400
320
120

45,600
3,800
101,800
58,500
200

3,300
500
10

25k

40k
110

North States Pow Co $5

Telegraph

Norwalk Tire &

200

5

150, 800
122 500

"52k

l54
Sale
a

800

23, 600
80, 900
37, 100

100

200

27,100
3,700
68,800
2,100
450

13,100
1,000

2,500
13,200

28,880
6,800
91,070
61,200
478,800
29,700
4,720
93,700

114

57

60

k

&
22 k

k

k

57 k

56k

17k

Sale

89
Sale

93 k
7k

95
Sale

111k
Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
43

Sale

Sale
56k
57
55 k
55 k
18
Sale
96k
98k
6 k Sale

101

103

3k
17k

Sale

m

143
Sale

42 k
23

52

103
4

16k

Sale
Sale

Nov.
8
Nov. 14
Nov.

6
2

Nov. 27
19k Nov. 14
Nov. 29
96

Nov.

6

8 k Nov. 12

Nov.

36

Nov. 12 114

Sale

145

Nov.

*142kNov.
9k Nov.

145

Nov. 26
Nov.
9

16

Sale

40

Nov.

47

Nov. 15

24

Nov.

25

Nov. 30

51

Nov.

53

Nov.

Sale"

115k
47 k
8k

Sale

2k

Sale

13 k

54 k
Sale
9

3k
Sale

45k Nov. 28
7
7 k Nov.

3k Nov. 12
Nov. 14
7k Nov.
11
Nov. 14
29 k Nov.

Sale

12k

Sale

152

Sale

1534

Sale

Sale

3k

Sale

Sale

15k
8k
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36k

Sale

7k

Sale

9k

9

39

103
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98

Sale

15

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10k Sale
20k
16k

9k

1

2k

Sale

*

32 k

Sale

31k

2.60

21k

Sale

19

2

Sale

46

49
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20

9

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

1

99

6

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1

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1

31k Nov. 28

10k
16k
2k
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Nov. 28

23 k

Nov.

Nov. 30
Nov.
6

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6

32k Nov.

14k

Sale

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22 k

Sale

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39k

Sale

22k Sale
38k
37k

2k
10

3
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Sale

39

Sale

37

Sale
22
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Sale
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22k Nov.
20
Nov,
6k Nov.
7k Nov.
32k Nov.
42k Nov.
82k Nov.
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13 k Nov.

8 k

27

Sale

23 k

20k

22 k
8k
6k
Sale

19k
6k
7k
34 k
44 k
84 k
%

20
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Sale
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Sale

20k

Sale

k
13k

43

44

81k
k

83

k

6k
'7k
34 k
42 k
83

2k
10

6

14*1 Nov. 30
21k Nov. 27

Sale

43 k

1

87

2

18k
9k
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38k
99 k

15

20

10

1

23

43

Nov.

2k Nov.
9

_

Nov. 18

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Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
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Ilk
8k
47 k
90 k
2k
3k
42 k
15k
25k Nov.

37k Nov. 27

20

Nov.

14k Nov.

2
Nov.
1
Nov.
Nov. 27
1
Nov.

Sale

Sale

8

45

6

June

4iH

13
_

20
16
27

29
25

19
12

13

■4

14 k

47 k
47 k
15
84 k
4k

15

Jan.
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
June
May

13

14
14
23
15

Nov. 27
Nov.
8

47

May 24

115 k May 24
42
June 10
4 k June

10

4

3
9

Mar.

Apr. 22
Apr. 22
Mar. 11
AUg.

Jan.

15
4
3

Jan.

4

k Jan.

11

26 k Apr. 22
—

-

Apr.
May

6

4

Nov. 30
Jan.

3
8

Jan.

10

Jan.

3

Jan.

Nov. 29
Jan.
3

12

May
May
3k May
9k May
?§* May
33
May
8
May
May
115
8

6
13

Jan.

4

Apr.

15

k Apr. 15
Jan.

3

16k Jan.

4

50

Mar. 12

154k Nov. 29
4
7k Jan.
8k Nov. 18
4k Mar. 11
25 k Apr.
4
June 12
10
Jan.

2

45k Apr.

5

1

10

31
Nov. 29

99

Nov. 25

102

Oct.

10k Nov.

7

18

lk May
May
May
19k June
15
May
15
May
23
May

Feb.

2k
44 k
23 k
2k
12 k
10k
62 k
96 k
4k

June

Nov. 12

6

Apr.

9

Nov.

7

Mar. 12

Mar.

4

May 13
Jan.

5

May

8

Jan.

8

Feb. 17

4

11H

42 k Nov. 14
5
16k Jan.

25k Nov. 15
Nov. 27
23
43

13

1

70

7

k Mar 20
13 k Nov. 29
.

6

10 k Apr. 26

139

Oct.

June

17

Jan.

14

6k Jan.
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26 k June
99
Sept.
4k May
64
May
6k May
15
May
May
31k July
13 k May
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5k May
5k June

11*

22

Jan.

34

June

71

Jan.

64

12

2k June

12

55
120

6k Jan.
23* Feb.

2

2

Nov. 25

3

Jan.

_

Nov.

291 14k

3

Jan.

e 10'
8k May 7
4
21 23 k Apr
4
7k May 21
14k Mar
Mar. 28
95
May 23 I 2
2k May 22
5k Apr. 4
4
Ilk June 11
18k Jan.
Nov. 26
124k June 11 145
3
7
May 21
12k Jan.
Nov. 15
21
May 21
47
4
19
June 10
32k Apr.

Nov.

6,

Nov. 15

Jan.

10 k May

Nov.

Nov. 14

7k Nov. 12
38

Nov. 19

Jan.

May 29

85

1

6

Nov. 12
Nov. 12
Nov. 12
Nov. 13

4

20
Nov.
9

Feb.

Jan.

44*

27

2

3

Nov. 14

Sept. 26

12

4

Nov.

May

Nov. 14

Nov. 23
Jan.
3

28

Nov. 23
Nov. 27
29

2k
Ilk
43 k
27 k

3
3
4

58k Nov.

-

lk June
May
17k May
May
May
6k Nov.
6k May
25 k June
37 k May

2

Jan.

Jan.

25k Mar. 13
91
Apr. 29
53 k Apr.
6

23 35k
22 226 k
25 114
21
22
22
14
5
15

44
_

Sept. 18
Jan

Apr.
2
10k Apr. 11
10k June 24

k Apr. 27!
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Oct. 30

Oct.

44

Sale

6k

May
20k May
3 k May
4k May
104
May
tlO
Apr.

May
May

Sale

27

40 k

1!"

21 39
21 33 k
8k
21
22 12k
21 115k
27 117 k

15

5

44

33

*

30k
9k
8k

2

1

39

42

k
37k
99k
8k
92k
9k

20

Phelps Dodge
25
Philadelphia Co pref 6%
50
$6 preferred
*
Philadelphia & Reading O & I_»

38 k
8k
73 k
9k

Nov. 14

3k Nov. 12

Nov. 15

15

Ilk

9

Jan.

144

Nov.
Nov.
Nov. 26
Nov. 27

24k

4k
12?4

22 k Apr.

3

29k
14k
Nov. 20 26 k
Nov. 9 109 k
May 21 50
18k
May 21
May 21 21k

154k Nov. 29
1
5k Nov. 18
1
8k Nov. 18

9k Nov. 27
7k Nov. 4

2k
3k
41k

_

1

Sale
Sale

16

Nov. 25 123

Sale

3k

34k

Sale

3k
5k
3k
14k

Nov. 28
Nov. 28
Nov. 28

10k
8k

Sale

10k
7k

Sale

7
9 k Nov. 19

Nov. 30

7k
6k
10k
alVA
26k
27k Sale
Sale
38
36 k
36k
Sale
12
12k
13k
120
123 k 119k 120
Sale

7

52 k Nov.

2k Nov. 27
13

6k Nov. 22
11
Nov. 14

10

3 k

8

Sale

3k
15k

1

Nov. 12

50

Sale

7

12

Nov. 12

Nov.

25

7k

11

Nov.

8

Nov. 12
Nov.
9

53

8k
92 k

Sale

6

31

L

7k
19k
Ilk
104k
5k
18k

6k Nov.
16k Nov.
10k Nov.

8

26
4

Jan.
Jan.

Nov. 12
Nov.

24 k

Sale

o

37

57

Sale

37k Sale
99 k

*

23 k

105 k

105

Nov. 29

Oct.

Apr.
Jan.

96

20 k July 20
6 k May 24

Nov. 30
1
21k Nov.
57k Nov. 18

16k
56 k
55k
16k
93 k
6k

Nov.

June 12 110

100

Nov.

9k
41k

8k

10

35k Nov. 19
5 k May 22
48
May 21
4k May 24
8
May 23
26 k May 24
34
Aug.
5
3k Jan.
4
7k May 21
8k Oct. 14
14
May 21
72
July 31
36
May 22

20

110

Apr. 17
Jan.
3
Jan.
3

May 29 173 k Jan. 31
June 19 148 k Jan. J29
Jan.
4
27
13 k May 21

175

2

a

22

8

Mar. 12

132

Nov. 26

Nov.

Nov.
103k 102
Sale
3k Nov.

5k
3k
17

100
10

Nov. 20

Nov. 30 225
Nov. 13 114

Sale

Sale

Sale




Nov. 23

6k
17k
10k

Sale

Sale

40.

Nov. 23 112

Sale

3

For footnotes see page

Nov. 15

6k
17k
10k

3k

1

3

11
7
8 112

Nov.

Nov.

14 k May

Jan.

xl60

1
Nov. 16
25k Nov. 14
Nov. 13
34

152

*

26k Nov. 12
6k Nov. 15

2

2k

1,000 Philco Corp

Nov. 28

Nov. 14

Nov.

41k
14k

5

4

13k Nov. 29

.»

Corp.

Nov.

30

10

Pfeiffer Brewing Co

33

14

30k

Penn Coal & Coke

Petroleum

Nov. 27

32

29k

10

1

16k Nov. 12
17k Nov. 12

13k

Sale

132

Nov.

49

Nov. 27

30

Sale

*

Nov.

Sale

30

Sale

100
100
1

4

Nov. 12
Nov. 14

June 19

66

k Nov. 9
k Nov. 22
6
20 k Nov.

120k

12k

7

3
29

8

3k Nov. 14
Nov. 15
34
15k Nov. 7

Penn-Dixie Cement

Pet Milk..

Nov.

39

115

6k

100
100

Nov. 13

8k
72 k
8k
12k

1

120

23 k
Sale

100
100

%

„

16 k

87 k
2k

t Peoria & Eastern Ry
Pere Marquette Ry
5% prior preferred
5% preferred

Nov.

37

Nov.
6
Nov. 28

Nov.

*

Parke Davis & Co

25

Nov.19

Nov. 20

50

Sale

15

20

Nov. 14

2

55

Sale

14
15

114

6k
Sale

16

Nov. 20

14k

44 k

7
30

115
112k 113k 113
38
37
36
36k
Sale
3
2
2k

*

Mines

k
Sale

32

114

55 k

1
1
8

22 k Jan.
Oct.
23

16k
9 k May 22
13 k
6
May 21
Ilk June
5 18k
104k Nov. 15 116k
104k Nov. 15 114
7k
3
May 28
5 k May 23
7k
17
June 10 26 k
7 k June
6 15k
12k
5 k May 21

8

212

Sale

56 k

12

Nov.

Sale
Sale

113

20k

8

13

10

Sept. 23
10
Sept. 25
16k Apr. 15
9
June 10
16 k June
6 24 k Jan. 24
155'" June 11 171k Oct. 15
19
Apr.
1
12 k Sept. 20
86
Nov. 8 99k Apr. 17
3
15k Oct. 25 20k Jan.

4

Sale

111k

58

15

Sale Prices
7 k Feb. 15

21

June

13k Jan. 13
5 k July 15
7 k June 20

58k Nov.

Sale

212

Sale

4 148

4

18

30
27

3 k May
11

54 k Nov.27
1
k Nov.

33 k

Sale

Sale

13k
27k
24 k
4k
7k

24

221

Sale

Sale
Sale

55

lA

Sale

Sale
Sale

50

Sale
a

Nov.

43 k Nov. 28
6
13k Nov.

4k
5k
9
10k
110
109k 112
110
117k 112

Sale

Sale

32

5

$7 conv pref series A
.♦
Penn Glass Sand Corp v t c
*
9, 800
50
1,063, 900 Pennsylvania RR Co
5
20, 100 People's Drug Stores Inc
54, 100 People's Gas Light & Coke.100

24,900

5k
10k

Sale

44

Sale

1

Patino Mines & Knt Cons
237, 100
Penick & Ford
28, 100
Penney (J O) Co
'202, 500

Sale-

110

Sale

*

Parker Rust Proof Co

Sale

108

Sale

Sale

63, 500
Parmelee Transportation Co
36, 300
Pathe Film Corp
370, 800

11,300
8,400
1,000
146,100
2,200
8,600

1,200
2,780
2,790

Cons

108k

110

110k

Sale

Tilford

Park Utah

45

44

106

146k 145
21k
Sale
35k 35k
6k
Sale
65
Sale
6k
Sale
9k
10k

13

if*

26

*

2d preferred

19k
80

88

7

.

Sale

10

1st preferred

Sale

Sale

Sale

Paramount Pictures

o

llH
78

Sale

?
6k Nov.
17k Nov. 12

6
Nov. 14
Nov. 27
48
Nov. 14
Sale
Nov.28
40
42
45
41k Nov. 4 49k Nov. 14
42
4.
5
5k Nov. 15
4k Nov. 6
10
8k Nov. 6 10k Nov. 22
9k
9
Nov.
6
Nov.
7
8k
8k
19
Nov. 12
Nov. 22
16k
17k
80 k Nov.
9
Nov. 26
78
79k Sale
46
Nov.
7
44 k Nov. 28
44 k Sale
8
Nov.
4 108k Nov.
107
107
Sale
26 k Nov.
6
29k Nov. 14
27
10k Nov. 14
8 k Sale
7k Nov.—2
9
26 k Nov.
23 k Nov. 20
24 k Sale
9 109 k Nov. 19
105 k Nov.
108 k Sale
6k
10

14 k
29

*

preferred

Park &

Sale

33
7k
66 k

13 k

Pan American Airways Corp. .5
1,297, 10(1
Pan Amer Pet & Trans
5
9, 300
Panhandle Prod & Ref
1
75, 600
Paraffine Cos Inc
*
700
14,
4% conv preferred..
100
430

3 500

4k
8k
8k

23 k

Sale

6
100
*

Pacific Western Oil32, 000
Packard Motor Car
1,404, 500

123, 100

42k
Sale

146

Sale

7 k

Pacific Finance Corp (Calif) .10
8, 900
Pacific Gas & Electric
25
203 600

1,065, 900
23, 400

Sale

42 k

Nov. 26

20 k Nov.20
7k Nov. 6

.

15k
16k
31k
25k
5k
9k

32 k

50
2.50

preferred

Pacific Lighting Corp
67, 000
Pacific Mills
63, 000
Pacific Telep & Teleg
4, 140
6% preferred
390
2,
Pacific Tin Consol Corp
150, 849

Sale

Nov. 20

14

Sale

Sale

Pacific Coast
2d

Sale

Sale

145,500
Pacific Amer Fisheries Inc
251,500

1st

37k
Sale

5
15

Nov.
9k x8k Nov. 7
10k xlOk Nov.28 12k Nov.
Nov.
17k Nov. 27 19
Sale
Nov.
4 169k Nov.
166
Sale
13k Nov. 6 16k Nov.
Sale
Nov.
8
88k Nov.
88k 86
17
16k Nov. 6 18k Nov.
18k
12k Nov. 22 14k Nov.
12k Sale
Nov.
6
11
12
Sale
12k Nov.
13 k Sale
13k Nov. 26 14k Nov.
104k Nov. 15 110k Nov.
105
Sale
104 z#m Sale 104 k Nov. 15 108k Nov.
7k Nov.
6k Nov.
6k
6k
7k Nov.
7k Nov. 18
7k
7k
6 23 k Nov.
20 k Nov.
23 k Sale
10k Nov. 6 13k Nov.
12k
14
9k Nov.
8 k Sale
7k Nov. 6
Nov. 22
84
84
85k Nov.
85k
Nov.
6 20 k Nov.
17
17k Sale
Nov.
2 171
Nov.
167
ft 73
180

49

Sale

Sale
15k
Sale

8k
10k
17k
169 k
16 k
86k

8

Sale

pref.*
50

Preferred

41^

Sale

Lowest
Sale Prices

8

Sale"

Sale

Rubber

Norwich PharmacalCo

145k
24 k
36 k
8k
67k
6k
10k

85
Sale
168
Sale

Highest
Sale Prices

23 k Nov.
Nov.

50 k

12 k

50
100

Northern Pacific
Northwestern

41
111k

167

28

*
960 Outlet Co
Preferred
100
100
Owens-Illinois Glass Co.. 12.50

227,400
10,400
28,500
23,800
14,300
4,300
1,500
26,400
19,200
1,900
12,700

47
Sale
9k

83

8% pref series A
4,070
23,300 Oppenheim Collins & Co
Otis Elevator
205,800
6% preferred
100
2,590
Jtis Steel Co
*
303,600
$5.50 conv 1st preferred
*
30.500
Outboard Marine & Mfg..—5
13,200

25, 460

Sale
Sale

24k

North American Aviation..

Northern Central

Ohio Oil Co (The)
Oliver Farm Equipment
92,100
Omnibus Corp (The)
89,300

21, 750
13, 490

27

78

524,400

11,000
7,800

Sale

Nehi Corp
Neisner Bros Inc

8
Sale

Sale

Sale

9k

Sale

8k
80 k
18k

Sale

3 k

Sale

Sale

7

10 k

12 k

41k

Sale

13 k
Sale
96
Sale

39

*
*

Sale

Sale

k Sale

72

17
Sale

20 k

166 k 172
Sale
144

...100

N a to mas Co

"6k

Sale

88

15k
13k
Ilk
13k
100 k
108k

Sale

6

,

9.200

84

19k

12 k

6% preferred series A
100
221,200
*
36,500 N Y City Omnibus Corp
New York Dock
*
15,100
5% preferred
*
16,100
New York & Harlem
50
1,350
10% preferred
50
110
N Y Lack & West Ry Co.. 100
1,570
100
146,300 JNYNH & Hartford
Convertible preferred
100
110,100
12,600 JN Y Ontario & Western.. 100
N Y Shipbuilding pt stock
1
695,300
5
18,500 Noblitt-Sparks Indus Inc
Norfolk & Western Ry
100
39,100
Adj 4% preferred
—100
3,370
North American Co..
10
819,800
Preferred 6% series
50
29,300
Preferred 5 k% series
50
40,400

340

13k

II
*

168

166

Sale

-1
4k% conv serial pref—100
Newberry Co (J J)
—-*
5% preferred series A
100
awmont Mining Corp
10
-.1
"•"215.800 Newport Industries Inc
36,800 N'port News Ship & Dr Dock.l
§5 conv pref
"
1,500
New York Air Brake.,
47,100j
*
2,170,300 New York Central—
71,400 N Y Chicago & St Louis...100

1,241,000
1,710
558,700
6,600
3,850
56,600

Sale

19 k
15 k

10
National Distillers Products. .♦

6% prior preferred
National Tea Co

Sale

18

*

National Cash Register.—
National Cylinder Gas Co.

9

8k
Ilk

172

5k
14k
21k

Sale

Sale

22

..---100

National Bond & Share Corp.*

5k Sale
16k
15k
23k Sale

Sale

13

---100

Nat Bond & Investment

Sale

8

165
15

7% preferred
5% pref series A-_

Ask

%

Highest

Lowest

Ask

Ask Bid

Bid

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Nov. 1

Nash-Kelvinator Oorp_---.--5
Nashville Chatt & St Louls.100

Shares

619,100
11,050
374,200
32,700
9,700
293,900
404,100
5,600
15,200
2,600
15,000
128,900
60,700
503,925
5,660
9,370
69,100
27,760
246,800
10,700
291,100
6,300
299,800
5,600
4,090
73,600
2,100
324,800
160,300
212,800
26,210
27,900
13,660
264,800
41,400
24,900
8,500
2,010
14,300
1,020
29,300

1

Jan. 2

Jan. 1

1,500

;

N. Y. STOCK

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Price

STOCKS

37

EXCHANGE—STOCKS

21
22
21
22

Nov.

8

4k
13 k
45k
29k

Jan.
Apr.
Oct.
Apr.

9
8

24

Apr. 25

7
9

25

8 k Nov. 14
10k Feb.\ 2
Jan.
2
47
Jan. 11

11

87 k Oct.

27

18
10

40

19

k Mar.
1
Nov. 25

14 k

38

N. T. STOCK

AQQREQATE
SALES
Since

November

Shares

Nov. 1
Par Bid

,

97,600 Philip Morris & Co
30,400 Phillips Jones Corp

10,000
1,600

390

70

10

290

5
Preferred
2,630
100
17,900 Pilisbury Flour Mills—
25
2,910 Pirelli Co of Italy Am shares

8,906

42,700 Pittsburgh Coal (of Pa)—. .100

6,300
6,100

19,300
6% preferred
--.100
40,800 Pitts Coke & Iron Corp
*
$5 conv preferred
2,830
*
33,400 Pitts 'K'orgings Co
1
20 Pitts Ft Wayne & Chi Ry__100
970
7 % guaranteed pref
100
184,900 Pittsburgh Screw & Bolt.
*
39,400 Pittsburgh Steel Co
*
9,560
7% preferred class B
100
5% preferred class A
23,710
100
5*4 % 1st ser conv pr pf..l00
8,590
-.100
31,960 Pittsb & West Virginia

190

...

1,600

,

*

70 Pitts O O & St L RE Co

"

380

31*300
30

26,300
7,600
2,850
8,190
1,740
2,740

•

18,400
59,900
7,200
81,600
107,900
30,300

7.700
1,100
8,200
6,700
5,600
82,100
3,400
2,100
22,700
45,300
3,300
500
500
500

80

4*4 Sale

Iff

Sale

2*4

43 *4

44

26 *4

Sale

46

49*4

5 *4

Sale

24 H Sale
8

70

Sale
Sale

42

38

Sale

39*4

2*4
A*
40
38*4
23*4 Sale
65*4 Sale
135
Sale

Plymouth Oil

9*1
155

177*4

36
3

Sale

Nov.

Nov. 6
Nov. 12
Nov.
7

1

5*4 Nov
45

1

48

40

22*4 Nov. 20
65*4 Nov. 1
5*4 Nov. 28
28*4 Nov. 1
8*4 Nov. 16

7*4 Nov
35*4 Nov
9*4 Nov

80

30

39*4 Nov
4*4 Nov
47*4 Nov
24
Nov
71
Nov

83*4 Nov

A*

Sale

8*4
81*4
15*4
160

9

6*4 Sale
9*4
47*4 Sale
35*4 Sale
esH Sale

Sale
Sale

6

6

Nov.

176

6*4 Nov.
Nov.

40

28*4 Nov.
57*4 Nov.
12*4 Nov.

12

Nov

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

29
9
12
20
18

14*4 Nov

18
12

1*4 Nov
Nov
Nov

18
23
&
2

155

158*4
1
*4
16*4 Sale
18*4 Sale
17*4
16%
17*4
16*4
8
9*4 Sale
8*4
%

Sale"

5

Pond Creek Pocahontas Co..»
Poor & Co class B
*
t. Porto Rican Amer Tob cl A. *

6

14*4 Sale
14*4
14*4
43*
44*4
Sale
65'
118
40
112
125
141

161

Sale
Sale

112*4
125*4
143
Sale

c,

16

Sale

T
V

Sale

12

a

6

w

12*4
13

Sale

12*4

Sale

12*1

39*4
56*4

42
Sale

38*4
55*4

1

*4 Nov

,%

Nov,

6

Nov

4

Nov

27

Nov
Nov

39

Sale

54
115

115

118
11694 117
33*4 Sale
28*4 Sale
111*4 Sale
108*4 110*4
123 94 Sale
122
122*4
138
140*4 137*4 140
157*4 Sale 158*4 Sale

19
18

9*4 Nov
% Nov
6*4 Nov

Nov, 15

Nov

13*4
41*4

Nov,

.

7
27
27
6

14*1

Nov

14*4 Nov
45*4 Nov

Nov

28

Nov,

4 118
Nov
29
34*4 Nov
29 112
Nov

28*4 Nov
109*4 Nov

167

Nov

60

10

97*4 May
9
7*4 Apr.
4
Nov. 14
41X Jan.
5
6*4 Feb.
9
45

12
7
8
8
7
28
4

13

June 10 178

4*4 May 15
5
May 15
16*4 May 22
10

15

Nov

70

Jan.

Sale Prices

27*4 May 22
2*4 May 24
36
May 28 66
22
May 29 28*4
35
May 21 72
107*4 Feb. 10 110
7*4
3*4 May 22
16
May 24 35*4
5*4 May 24
9*4
6494 May 22 83*4
13*4 Nov. 6 16*4
154
May
6 154

16*4 Nov
177*4
8*4
10*4
55*4
,41*4

8*4 Nov.

9

57*4 Sale
13*4 Sale

Nov.

13*4 Nov.

85*4
Sale

178

177

Sale

6

Sale

Highest

Sale Prices
68
May 21

3*4 May 18

Nov

23*4

23
70

Sale

30

42

Lowest

Sale Prices
Nov. 8
82

135

83*4

42

75*4 Nov. 27
4*4 Nov. 1

5*4

3

33

Sale

7*4

Sale

"5*4

Sale

174

Highest

Sale Prices

49

43*4

28*4 Sale

uif

Ask

4*4

Sale

6

Lowest

Nov. 30

Ask Bid
Sale
76*4

100

Postal Teleg Inc pref........*
1
701,800 Pressed Steel Car common
5% conv 1st preferred...--5
21,900
5% conv 2d preferred ...-50
12,600
*
209,900 Procter & Gamble..
Preferred 5%
8,870
100
224,100 Pub Serv Corp of N J com._.*
$5 preferred......
24,400
*
10,600
6% preferred
100
7% preferred
100
4,900
8% preferred
___100
5,630

680

Bid

42

30

10 Pitts Y & Ash Ry 7% pref--100
Pittston Co (The).
*

"3" 900
.

90*4 Sale

♦
--.100

317,950 Phillips Petroleum.
14,300 Phoenix Hosiery

43,600
1,200

Ask

....

Preferred.

RANQE SINCE JAN.

Jan, 2
1940

Jan. 1

Shares

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Price

STOCKS
N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE

In

EXCHANGE-STOCKS

19

7
151

15'
12*4
5*4
*4
4*4
6*4
6*4
21
53

May
May
May
July
Feb.

Oct.
Jan.

8
21

17

Nov. 14
Nov. 15
Nov. 7
Nov. 19
Nov. 15
May 0
Oct.

7

894 Jan.

2

11

Jan.

4

55*4
21 4194
21 70
16*4
21
3 151*4

Nov. 20
Nov. 18
Nov. 18
Apr.
8
July
3

*|

Mar. 12

14

May 28
Jan. 13
May 21
May 29
Oct.
2
May 21
May 21
May 21
June

Feb.

Apr. 26

5

112*4 May 22
28*4 Nov. 29
100
May 21
110*4 May 22

1

22*4 Feb.

9
Nov. 23
12*4 Jan.
4
2*4 Feb. 27
8
July
5
14*4 Jan.
3
14 k Jan.
3
45*4 Nov. 8
71*4 Apr.
Jan.
118*
"
8
431
Apr.
Jan. 11
1151
128
Apr. 20
18

123

Nov,

123*4 Nov

1

138

Nov

Nov

15

126

June

157

Nov

141
161

Nov

12

143

May 22 165

6 145

Mar. 29

Apr.

2

Jan.

4
3

Public Service Elec & Gas-—

$5 preferred

* 115*4
Pullman Co
*
31X
*
Pure Oil..
8*4
6%"preferred7--.___—--100 r87
77 X
5% conv preferred..
100
14 X
Purity Bakeries
*
Quaker State OiI«Rfg Corp-.10' 14
Radio Corp of America
*
554
$5 preferred B
75
*
S3.50 conv 1st pref
*
60*4
Radio-Keitb-Orpheum Corp--l
6% conv preferred
100

2,100
—

85,100
-70,300
2,200
9,300

16,100
400

122,800

:

627,500
£95,800
8,500
74,800
125,300
10,700
1,792,500
400

~6", 100
9,900
600

2,500
20,200
3,300
9,500
800

3,400
500
150
250

1,200

75,300

...

._

77,100
93,900
5,400
30,500
304,200
54,300
76,100
9,500
17,500
10,500

Ray bestos- Manhattan.
Rayonier Inc
$2 preferred
Reading Co
4% 1st preferred
4% 2d preferred
Real Silk Hosiery
Reis (Robt) & Co 1st
Reliable Stores Corp

~

78*4
Sale
15
Sale

100*4
Sale

117
26*4 Sale
-87-

77*4
10

Sale

10

11

-

5*4 Sale
73*4
62*4 Sale
2*4 Sale
34*4
36*4
Sale
Sale

27

27*4

14*4
26*4

Sale

1*4
25*4

7*4
8

8*4

670 Rensselaer & Sara RR Co-.100

61

66

900

110

41,700
3,300
3.700
4,100
21,700
660
100

33,100
4,400
4,600
50

""8,666
2,850
26,900
28,700
1,300
11,300
1,900
3,100
110
60

18,100
2,300
7,000
3,900
44,800
13,200
9,600
1,900
11,200
1,500
13,500
550

22,900
1,100
12,900
18,400
400

1,200
8,100
410
80

4,900
1,900
3,700
149,800
20,500
3,371
8,000
70

.

.

1*4 Sale
21*4 Sale
94*4 Sale
89*4 Sale
11*4 Sale

tSea board Air Line
4-2% preferred
Seaboard Oil Co of Del
Seagrave Corp (The)

19.U

For footnotes

Sale
Sale

100

Sale

19*4
2*4
Sale

Sale
Sale

Corp

5*4% conv preferred

_*
*
*
*
*
*

15
100

Silver King Coalition
Simmons Co
Simms Petroleum.

_

60

Sale

52*4
Sale
Sale
Sale

107*4

5
♦

Sale

_10

Simonds Saw & Steel Co

*

Skeily Oil Co

15
Sloss-Sheffield Steel & Iron. 100

24

32*4
53*4
9*4
5*4

Ja*

*4

••

37p

3*1
2*4
4
5*4
44
Sale
109*4 Sale
109*4
37
Sale
39*4
10*4 Sale
10*4
79
84*4
77*4
X

n%

3*4
43

42

Sale

113

*4
Sale

0$

9*4
6

18
Sale

48

*4
Sale

*4
3*4
'5*4
Sale

37

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale

J*
37

Sale

54
Sale

10

Sale

103

104
Sale

5*4
19*4
1*4
26*4
20*4

Sale
2

29
Sale

Sale

South Amer Gold & Plat

1

Sale

Southeastern Greyhound L...5
South Porto Rico Sugar
u
*

Sale

16

Sale

Sale

8*4 Sale
1*4 Sale
12*4
13*4
19*4 Sale
139

Sale

3*4
52

10*4

5*4
20*4
1*4
25*4
20

108

112*4
17*4
9*4
15

8*4
1*4
13
19

Nov,, 16
Nov.

1

Nov.

6

Nov.
Nov.

4

4

53 k

Sale

June

117

15

May
May
May
May

8

22
14

Nov
Nov
Nov

1

June

18
27
8
14

May
May
May

17*4 Nov 14
15*4 Nov 12
48*4 Nov 26

41*1

Nov
Nov

Nov.

1

'A, Nov

1

Nov.

7

Nov

2

Nov. 29

15

2*4 Nov 29
Nov

44

110*4 Nov
40*4 Nov
11*4 Nov
Nov

84

% Nov
3*4 Nov
42*4 Nov
Nov

113

9
Nov. 19

72*4 Nov. 15
15*4 Feb. 20
96M Apr.
8
11*1 Nov. 14
44
May
8
Oct.

56

3

9*4 Nov. 27
Jan.
3
Feb. 27
%ug.
May 28 22*4 Apr4
Oct. 16
15*4 Nov. 12
Nov. 26
Oct.
Feb.
9
May
Jan.
3
June
Jan.
2
Apr.
Jan.
3
Oct.
May 10
Jan.
Jan.
494 May 18
53
Mar. 14
May
111*4 Mar. 28
May
40*4 Nov. 26
May
1494 Mar. 27
May
85*1 May 9
July
% Jan.
2
Apr.
Feb. 21
May
49
Jan.
4
May
June
115*4 Jan. 11

1I4

2»
$

23

6

Nov. 19
Jan.
3

30*4 Apr.

324H

June

110*4 Oct.

10

May

% Jan.

2

Nov

Oct.

Nov.

16*4

Nov

20

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

2*4 Nov
80*4 Nov
12*4 Nov

May
Sept.

2
Jan.
3
Nov. 14

May

88

Apr.

June

1694
16*4
73*4
5*4

Jan. 11
Nov. 8
Nov. 15
Jan. 11

Nov.

4*4
18*4
1 *4
27*4

2

27

20*4 x20

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

102

"18*4

111*4 Nov.
17*4 Nov.

9*4

9

16
Sale

Sale
„

15*4
8*4
1*4
12*4
18*4
135

Nov

m Nov
A*

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov

ug.

May
May

Nov

11*4 Nov
106*4 Nov

June

Nov

May
May
May
May

Ax
»1*

Nov
Nov
Nov

.Tune

1*4 Jan.

6

56
Apr.
5
794 Mar. 13
40*4 Feb. 13

13*1

Jan.

108*4 Feb.
694 Nov.
Jan.

24

4
7
9
3

2*4 Apr. 29
31

Nov. 12

23*4 May 10
Apr.
8
114*4 May 0

Nov

June

Nov

120

21*4 Nov
10*4 Nov

May
May
May
May

Oct.

29

Jan.

4

17

Nov

June

24

Feb.

10

Nov

12

Jan.

9
2

2*4 Nov

May
July

Nov

May

Nov.

Nov.

Nov

May
Aug.
May

Nov

38

Nov.

115

13*4

19

4
9

Sept. 19

*4 Nov

104

Sale

Sale

Nov.

Nov.

9*4 Nov.

109
Sale

137*4 140

7

Nov. 23

Apr.

Nov

Nov

6

2

24*4
105*4
95*4
14*4

Nov

8

4
12
8*4 Nov. 16
9
13*4 Feb.
3
10*4 Jan.
60
Nov. 29
Jan.
5
69
Jan.

May
May
May
May
May
July

Nov

Nov

Feb.
Mar

13

37

70

5*4 Sale
38
37*4
107

6

Nov

May 28

$

2 *4
74*4
10*4
13*4
69*4
3*4
51 *4
5*4

aV4

65

70

Nov. 29
Nov. 12

Nov
Nov

9
26
19
9
14

7

9

3

13

74*4 Sale
10*4 Sale
13*4 Sale

3*4
49*4

7

72*4
14*4
92*4
11*4
35*4
53*4
9*4
6*4

2

Nov

28

.Tune

14

Nov

5

May 22

Feb.

15*4 FebT"3
Apr.
3
Apr. 15
69
Apr.
8
June 20
3
July
9
23
Apr.
4
29*4 May 3
37*4 May 4
8
17*4 Apr
Oct. 31
27
Jan.
23
3

*4 Nov.
% Nov.

14*4

Sale

May 21
7
29

Nov
Nov
Nov

6

9
3~

108*4 Nov

Sale

11*4
14*4

June

No/

1*4
24*4
100*4
95*4
13*4

8

May 21
May 23

15*4

Jan.

May
May
May

Nov.

%

Sale

Sale

2

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
36*4 Nov.
111*4 Nov.

110*4 108

14

Nov. 27
Nov.

Nov,

Nov

60
62

1 117

Nov.

10*4
77*4
*4
2*4

85*4

*4

Nov.

Nov. 28

41*4 Nov.
109
Nov.
33*4 Nov.

110

Sale

Socony Vacuum Oil Co Inc. .15

25*4

60

Sale

% Sale

13$
79*1

Sale

Sale

4

Sale
Sale

20*4

68*4
12*4
87*4
9*4
32*4
53*4
7*4
5*4
4*4
15*4
12*4
45*4
*4
36*4
H
'A*
2*4

5*4

13*4
47*4
*4

2*4

Smith fA 0> Corn
lft
Smith & Corona Typewr vtc.*
Snider Packing
*

40.

5

17*4

41 *4

110*4 112
21*4 Sale
9*4 Sale

_

110

69*4

55
Sale
Sale
Sale
17*4
Sale
47
%

105

.100

2

Sale

Sale
Sale

$6 preferred

8% preferred

69

107*4 110*4 109

1

Steel

Nov.

10*4

2*4

*

see page




294
5*4
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
72
Sale

Sears, Roebuck & Co

$5 conv preferred-.
Sharp & Dohme
14,700
$3.50 conv pref series A
112,800 Shattuck (.Frank G)
4,980 Sheaffer (W A) Pen Co...
175,300 Shell Union Oil.

15,400
77,000
154,200
17,900
14,100
74,400
3,680
5,130
36,000
11,900
57,100
1,355,700
134,200
24,071
118,600
1,140

%

6

11*4 Nov. 27
23*4 Nov. 27

95

Sale

1

88

Sale

Sale

Nov.

1*4 Nov.
20*4 Nov.

12

13

Sale

X*

61

1
7

June

May 22

ug.

25*4

10

17

Nov.

6

90

13*4
45*4
*4
37*4 Sale

a

57

114

109

Nov

9*4 Nov

21

May 28
May 28

15*4 Nov

1

Nov.

53*4

Servel Inc
Sharon

&3/*

Nov

27

23
15

22
June 19
May 22
May 21

34*4 Nov

8*4 Nov.

91

Sale

Sale

*

95

2*4 Nov

22*4 Nov
2 *4 Nov
32
Nov
9*4 Nov
8*4 Nov

Sale

35

7*4

May
Apr.
May
Nov.

19*4 Nov
28*4 Nov

Nov.

5

■apt; 19

Nov

63

22

Sale

100*4

100

7*4
5*4
4*4

June

~'

26*4 Nov. 8
7*4 Nov. 22
7*4 Nov. 2

1*4 Sale
22*4 Sale

10*4

*
*

59
59

Nov.

13*4 Nov. 20
25*4 Nov. 16
20*4 Nov. 27
Nov.
2
7

9*4
9*4
9*4
62
62

87

,

636,600
44,100
45,400
21,900
458,700
215,200
52,400
4,200
128,100

8*4
8*4
9*4

23

1 Sale
70*4 Sale
13*4 Sale

.

...

25

110

...

19

15*4 Nov.

9

7

Nov. 22

34*4 Nov. 26

21
3
32*4

Sale

23

;2*4

13*4 Sale

30

Nov. 26

26

20*4
2*4

27
9
8
10

8

60

29

28

22*4

22

114*4 Oct. 14 118
16*4 May 21 32*4
6*4 Oct. 21 11*1
June 12 97*4
May 28 89

95

27

1
275,100 Reo Motors Inc vtc
2,467.900 Republic Steel Corp.
*
58,470
6% conv preferred
-100
39.150
6% conv prior pf ser A..100
116,700 Revere Copper & Brass
5
Class A
10
14,490
2,390
7% preferred
100
5,800
5*4% preferred
—-100
248,200 Reynolds Metals Co
*
4,700
5*4% conv preferred-—-100
179,900 Reynolds Spring Co
1
415,100 Reynolds (R J) Tob cl B
10
Common
10
1,050
333,500 Richfield Oil Corp...
*
*,
10,000 Ritter Dental Mfg..
31,500 Roan Antelope Cop Mines....]
46,100 Ruberoid Co capital stock
.*
1
35,900 Rustless Iron & Steel Corp
940
$2.50 conv preferred
9,300 IRuiland RR preferred
100
146,400 St Joseph Lead
10
25,500 JSt Louis-San Francisco
100
43,600
6% preferred
100
1,950 JSt Louis Southwestern
10ft
240
5% preferred
100
190,100 Safeway Stores
*
48,550
5% preferred100
192,700 Savage Arms Corp
*
*
214,600 Schenley Distillers Corp
5
5*4% preferred
21,500
100
188,400 tSchulte Retail Stores.
1
8 % preferred
40,600
100
.__*
34,100 Scott Paper
34.5ft preferred
*
2,080
$4 preferred-.
*
2,310

17,800
34,100

75

60*4 Sale
2*4 Sale
34*4
35*4
19
19*4
17*4 Sale

25

140

550

5

27

27,800
411,100
14,920
9,000
14,100
1,590
1,510
14,600

117*4
8
Sale
24*4 Nov. 6 '27*4 Nov
9
Nov 14
Sale
7*4 Nov. 6
-87---- Nov. 6 -93*4NOV "30
Sale=
77*4 Nov. 1 85*4 Nov 29
Sale
10*4
9*4 Nov. 29 11*4 Nov 12
Nov 18
10*4
Sale
4*4 Nov.'27
5*4 Nov •8
'

Sale

w

10

9*4

57

w

26*4
8*4
-93"*4
85*4
,

Sale

25

1,100

'

116

7*4 Sale

::W*

16

*
10
1

;

Reliance Mfg Co

115

19

pref-.lOO

Remington-Rand
Preferred

88

*
1
—25
-50
.50
.50
5
100

Preferred

990

3,120
15,700
3,700
172,900
16,500

118
Sale
Sale

112

14

Nov

22
11

2

16

.

Mar. 11
Jan.
3

20*4 Nov

"ug.

30n May 10

Nov

May

152*4 Apr. 23

139

AQQREQATE
SALES
Since

November

Jan. 2

1940

Jan. 1

Shares

16,700
07,200
51,400
50,000
1,400
11,600
1,300

Nov. 1
Par

Shares

Bid

30,800
8,600
900

27,900
2,090
10,300
59,500
800

11,500
19,300
2,300
9,900

88,400
68,900
116,500
2,700
8,000
14,900
5,300
53,900
84,100
20,100
530

23,600
7,600
12,100
9,600
1,300
2,200
18,300
13,100

644,000
584,100
1,088,200
33,200
90,800
138,600
131,400

Sale

Sale

23

Sale

17%
2%
4%

18%
Sale
5%

2%
7

Sale
7%

55

69

20

22%
Sale

34

1
*

Sale

43%
33%
56%

52% Sale
10% Sale

*

2
*

60

1

33%
6

*

*

39

20%
45%

*

457,000 Sperry Corp (The) v t c
89,800 Spicer Mfg Co
$3 conv preferred A
10,070
321,300 Spiegel Co Inc
Convertible $4.50 preferred
12,650
148,500 Square D Co
Standard Brands
1,269,700
$4.50 preferred
17,400
111,900 Standard Gas & Electric
$4 preferred
237,100
$6 prior preferred
38,300
7 prior preferred
210,700

7

55%
34%

Sale

Sale

101% 103%

2%

*
*

6%
16%

2%
Sale
Sale

*

20

Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

44% Sale

Starrett Co

*
-.10

33%

Sale

18%
26%
36%
36%

80

Sale

63

5

8%
5

Stokely Bros & Co Inc.-—--1
*

11%
9%
56%

425,300 Scone & Webster

1

1,462,600 Studebaker Corp

*

69,800 Sun Oil Co
6% preferred
4,140

100
10c
*
--1
100

153,600 Sunshine Mining Co.71,700 Superheater Co (The)
124,600 Superior Oil Corp
55,800 Superior Steel Corp

122

51
122

8%

9% Sale

16%

17

Sale
7
8%
22% Sale

32

---

19

Sale
Sale

29%

25

287,300
137,550 Swift International Ltd

Sale

Sale
Sale
58
122%

27%
2%

38,200 Sutherland Paper Co
—10
7,100 Sweets Co of Airier (The)—50
Swift & Co.

8%
4%
9%
8%

Sale

1%

o

4%

Sale
Sale
Sale
124

Sale
Sale

Sale

17
.

Sale

23%

Sale

5

21%
18%

Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

2%
5%

2

20%
Sale
Sale
58

20

2%
4%

Nov. 29
Nov. 28
Nov. 27
Nov.
6
Nov.
6
Nov.

29% Nov.
10

12,300
5,300

19%
41%
33%
57%

Nov.

6

100

21

Nov.
6
43%
Nov. 4 36
58
Nov.
1
Sale
Nov. 6
7%
57
53
Nov.
6
53%
32% Nov. 15 34%
Sale
7
Sale
6% Nov. 27
Nov.
1 2110
113% 109
2
1% Nov. 29
1%
5
3
Nov. 27
Sale
13% Nov. 6 16%
14
14% Nov. 27 19%
Sale

17%

Sale

25%
32%
34%
61

34% Sale
34%
36%
61
Sale
7%
7%
4%
4%
7% Sale
8

7%
4%
7%
7%
49%

Sale

51%

Sale
Sale

124

122

Nov. 28
Nov. 6
Nov. 6
Nov.30
Nov. 28
Nov.
7
Nov. 18
Nov. 27
Nov. 28
Nov.

7

8%
16%
1%
15%

Sale
Sale
1%
16
16%
20%
22%
3%
5
21% Sale
17% Sale

Nov.
1
Nov. 29
Nov.
1
Nov. 6

23

8%
17%
1%

Nov.

1

4% Nov. 29
20.% Nov.
6
17% Nov. 28

•«

-

440

1,400
18,500

77,100
12,600
26,100
10,400
11,100
4,100
1,700
300

900
40

12,400
1,750
7,700
900

7,700
9,600
4,400
20,500
2,300
23,400

21,300
25,100
22,800
2,500
27,800
300

4,700
400

28,900
3,300
600

350

23,700
8,600
52,500
65,600
210

12,600
17,100
3,600
2,500
6,000
94,700
70,100
3,500
130

27,100
118,000
720,700
111,900
187,400
95,200
113,300
18,100
20,700
2,900
7,200
3,320
132.700
8,260
187,400
22,300
169.590
90,200
27,500
338,500
19,500
365,600
137,300
258,100
508,700
23,900
191,200
4,700
39,500
4,500
221,800
26,700

100

6,000
7,900
13,100
1,900
14,500
1,100
100

9,700
191,800

27,100
12,800
1,600

*

*

10
Texas Pacific Land Trust—-1
Texas & Pacific
100
Thatcher Manufacturing.-.-*
$3.60 conv preferred
*
The Fair Co
*

100

7% preferred

1

Thermoid Co

$3 dividend conv
Third Avenue Ky

pref_ —-10
100

Thompson (J R)
Thompson Products
Thompson Starrett
$3.50 preferred

25
-*
*
*

Tide Water Associated Oil--10

*

preferred
Timken-Detrolt Axle Co
$4.50

conv

10

Timken Roller Bear

*

Transamerica

2

Corp

Transc & West Air Inc
5
Tran & Williams Steel Forg--*

Tri-Continental

Corp

4%
6%
44%
3%
32%
8%

4%
Sale
Sale
4
Sale
Sale

7

4%
28

3

Sale
Sale
Sale
49
Sale
5% Sale
18% Sale
8% Sale
2% Sale
70
Sale
4%
4%
8%
9%
5% Sale
15% Sale

23% Sale
50% Sale
Sale

12% Sale
7%
8
2% Sale

*

75

*

Steel Co

10

4% Sale
9%
11%
12% Sale
24% Sale
2%
2%
24%
28
10% Sale

Truscon

20th

Century Fox Film Corp.*
*
Transit—_*
—100
1

100

4% preferred

78

18%
8%

*

Sale

Sale

55

17%
2%

18%
Sale
Sale

34%

United

5
10

Dyewood

Preferred
United Electric Coal Cos
United

*

*
*

Eng & Foundry

United Gas Impt

Co..

Pa per board

Co

U S & Foreign Secur

$6 1st preferred
U S Distributing Corp
U S Freight
U S Gypsum

Co

7% preferred

5%% conv preferred
U S Industrial Alchol
U S Lea ther Co
Partic & conv class A
Prior

U S
U S

100 U S
U S

preferred
Pipe & Foundry
Playing Card
Plywood Corp
Realty & Impt

Sale

16% Sale
15% Sale

Sale

85

Sale

14%
27%
43%

15%
Sale
Sale
Sale

16%
13%
109

39%
5

19%
2%

Sale

5%
2%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

52
20

1%
27%
4%
2%
29%
4%
35%

5

Sale

5

34

4%
37%
70

Sale

71

Sale
Sale

112

10

*

20
100
5

50
__*
*

4%

5

35%

Sale
Sale
116%
11% Sale
5% Sale

85%
14%

11%
114%

115

6%
79

7%
9%
84%
175

10

6%

*

11

100
20
10
1
*

65

9%

6%
Sale

70%
Sale

~"l% Sale"
112%
62

68%

10%
3%
3%
86

10%

9
Sale
69%
Sale
173%
172% 177
5%
5%
5%
30
32%
28%
21%
23% Sale
5
Sale
4%
8
8% Sale
57
58%
63%
30%
29% Sale
32
Sale
31%
23%
%
"1% Sale"
23%
22% Sale

Sale

40%

93

Sale

.

10

10%
75%

31
Sale

34

Sale

89

181

36

Sale

4

Sale
81%
8%
10%
85%

4% Sale
30
24

Sale

3%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

90

61

69%

Sale

71

82

Sale

70
i




81

2%
28%
Sale
Sale

103,500
10
1,180,400 U S Rubber Co
8% 1st preferred
100
140.600
50,100 U S Smelt Ref & Mining...50
Preferred...
50
17,100

For footnotes see page 40.

Sale

114
113% 113
13% Sale
Sale
79
Sale
Sale

25%

*

Sale
1%
20

9%

Sale

Corp—.*
*
pref. 100

U S Hoffman Mach

17

59

85 preferred
United Merch & Mfrs Inc vtc.l
United

Sale

6

16%
1%

-100
5
—*

United Fruit

4%
9%

113

60

5»3 preferred
United Drug Inc

83

Sale

*

United-Carr Fastener Corp
United Corp

70

Sale
Sale

114

14%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

4% Nov.
7
32% Nov. 29

Nov. 28

Sale

14%
26%
42%
19%
13%

6

4.%
17%
7%
1%

Sale

87%

Nov.

27
7

46

18

13%

86%

1

4
4
1
7
29
23
27
8

Sale

71

"23% Sale'

4

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov,

Sale

17%
7%
1%
72%
4%
8%

31

12%
82%
80%

3

34%
5%
4%
7%
8%
39%
2%
37%
4%
30%

5

29

Sale

Sale

1

6

47

Sale
97

Sale
Sale

Sale

Nov.

Sale

Sale

9%
95%

74

16%

7

Nov.
1
Nov. 20
Nov.
6
Nov.
1

c

18

36%
12%

95

3% Nov. 22
36% Nov.

1%
17%
9%
91%
27%

AX*

Sale

47

United Carbon

20

3%
3%
7%
7%
38% Sale
3% Sale
36% Sale
6%
6%
4% Sale
7
8%
8%
8%
37%
41
2%
3
37%
40%
4%
4%
31%
34
4%
4%
5%
5%
32%
33

88

39% Sale
12% Sale

Union Premier Food Stores Incl
Union Tank Car

Sale

9%
91%
28%

90%

$6 preferred
Truax Traer Coal

37
Sale
34
4%
4%
Sale
Sale

19

Sale

6

42
3

4%
34%
1%

29

30%
30%
2% Sale
17%
18%
10% Sale

90%

Sale
Sale
Sale
9
Sale

2%
35%
4%
31%
4%

Sale

4

Sale

40%

17
50%
5
36%
Sale

3%

Sale

Sale

34%
5%
4%
7%
9%

6% Sale
12% Sale
16%
50%
3%
32%

Sale

37

United Aircraft Corp
5
United Air Lines Transport..5
1,433,200
*
33,600 United Biscuit of America
5% preferred
100
130

57,000
9,380
12,870
42,900
135,400
2,860
31,300
1,700
114,800
55,500
98,200
6,500
104,800
13,400

390

Co

Texas Gulf Producing

71,800 Underwood Elliott Fisher—*
Union Bag & Paper
—*
Union Carbide & Carbon
*
Union Elec Co of Mo $5 pref._*
Union Oil, California—.....25
Union Pacific KK—
100

885,000
492,000
4,280
126,300
121,000
32,500
5,100
89,000
940,000

9,000

7,600

--.25

Corp (The)

Texas Gulf Sulphur
Texas Pacific Coal & Oil

Preferred
3,990
244,000 Twin Coach Co..

31,000
13,400
1,191,100
228,900
340,500
30,100
5,270
86,500
25,000
148,200
732,300
14,400
132,400
79,100

500

Texas

$1.50 preferred
20,400 Twin City Rapid

3,500
1,500
174,800
36,200
20,700
3,200
1,970
9,400
2,500
12,700
132,800
1,300
10,100
3,900

2,440
4,400
13,200

--5
-5

Telautograph Corp
Tennessee Corp

3%

7

63

Sale
Sale

Nov. 14
Nov. 28

Nov.

8

Nov.

8

Nov.

1

Nov.
1
Nov. 29
Nov.
1

Nov.

1

Nov.
Nov.

1
1

27% Nov
38
37

12

Nov. 15
Nov. 12

66%
8%
5%
9%
9%
53%
124%
9%
20%
1%
18%
23%

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

14
15
14
8
15
14
8
13

5

Nov.

1

8
12
15
1

22% Nov. 14
20% Nov. 12
8% Nov.

8

3%
8%
40%
23%
37%
6%
5%
8%
10%
41%
3
41

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

1
14
7
14
26
15
8
13
1
12
Nov. 221

Nov. 15

14
26

Nov. 27
Nov.
8

Nov.

1
15
28
8

15
8
13
9
1

5% Nov. 15
10

Nov.

8

69

Nov. 14

9% Nov. 19

Nov. 30

Nov.
i
Nov. 13
Nov. 7

36%
14%
Nov.
6
Nov. 29 76%
Nov. 4 115
14
Nov. 6
Nov. 29 86
Nov.
4
85%
Nov.
7
15%
Nov.
1
27%
Nov. 6 47
Nov. 27 19%
14
Nov. 12
Nov. 22 110%
7

Nov.
1
Nov. 22
Nov. 28

Nov. 27
Nov. 2
Nov. 4
Nov.
6
Nov. 6
Nov. 27

22
14
25
21
23
23
11
22
21
27
11

June

19

30
20

6

Nov.

May
4% May
May
2% May
26% May
5% Oct.
3% July
5
May
8
May
36% June
2% June

9

23

81

3

Nov.

19% Nov. 14

11%
69%
113%
12%
78%

4% May 21
28% May 20

33

Nov.
9
Nov.
8
Nov. 12

Nov. 29
Nov. 19
Nov. 28
Nov. 12

Nov. 13
Nov.

8

20%
2%
34%
5%
3%

Nov. 28
Nov.
7
Nov.
1
Nov.
1
Nov.
1
Nov. 12
Nov. 15

36

Nov. 18

56

5% Nov. 14
37% Nov. 12
76% Nov. 12
12
Nov.
1

Nov. 28
Nov.
7
Nov. 28 115
11% Nov. 14
Nov.
6
4% Nov. 14
Nov.
1

5%
3% Nov.
1
90
96
89
Nov.
6
12
8
Nov.
6
Sale
11
9
Nov. 27
9%
Sale
67% Nov.
7 76
176% 172% Nov.
9 176
Sale
6%
5% Nov. 2
32%
33
32% Nov.
7
21
Nov. 28
21%
24%
Sale
5%
4% Nov. 30
8%
9%
7% Nov. 28
63
60
Nov. 27
66%
31%
28% Nov. 6 33%
32%
31% Nov. 4 32%
24
24
Nov. 29
24%
1%
Sale
% Nov. 28
20 % Nov.
Sale
6
26%
92
Sale
81% Nov.
6
65
60% Nov.
6 67%
69
Nov.
1
72
72%

May 15
June
5

2% Feb.
4
Jan.

5

25% May
1
May
8
May
8% May
81
May

28
18
21
28
28
21
21
21
21
22
22
5
21
22
21
22
22
22
23

18

10%
4%
1%

May
May
May
May
May
May

64

>ug.

35%

4%

3% May
6% May
5
May
14
May
1% May
13% May
6% Miy

30% May
15% Jan.
20% Jan.
34% Jan.
39
Jan.
3
7

72

May
Jan.

2

$
3
3
3
4
8
5

May 14

23% Apr
47
Feb.
38% Apr.
58
Nov.
11% Jan.
66% Apr.
40% Apr.
7% Apr.
110% Oct.
2% Jan.
7 % J an,
18% Jan.
22% Jan.

10 26% Jan.
Apr.
28 29
1 46% Jan.
Nov.
21 37
80% Jan.
21
8% Feb.
15
8% Apr.
20
12% Jan.
21
21 12% Feb.
6 65% May
29 124% Sept.
15 10% Jan.
21 27% Jan.
2% Jan.
4
22 18% Nov.
21 35% Feb.
7% Mar.
22
29 24% Apr.
20 32% Jan.

4% May 21

Nov. 13

6% Nov.
8
18% Nov.
8
1% Nov. 15

30

16% Oct.
20% May
29% June
23
May
56
May
4% May
4% May
5
May
5% May
46% Aug.
118% May
7% May
12% May
1% Oct.
9% May
20
May
3
May
*17% May
16% Aug.

5%
5%
35%
1%

5% Nov. 28
15% Nov.
1
1% Nov. 27

7% Nov.

1
May 18
2% May 22
9% May 25
12% May 21

35

Nov. 26

7

10

3

74

1

6

June

98

9

Nov. 29
Nov. 27
Nov. 29
Nov. 6

Nov.

21
21
21
6
21
12
14
29
21
21
28
22
22
23
21

5% Nov.

Nov.14

Nov.

6% May
8
May
13 % May
17% Nov.
1% May
3% June
60% Oct.
14% May
33
May
19
May
45% May
4% May
46
May
26% May
5
May

~"~3 %- May- 22

5% Nov. 23
33% Nov. 27

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nbv.

Nov. 28

23 % May 22

—

10%
96%
29%
52%
5%
20%
9%
2%

9

29%
2113%
Sale
9%
3%
3%

Sale

Nov. 12

20

4% Nov.

40%
15%
13% *13%
111
108%
52
Sale
Sale
19%
Sale
1%
27
Sale
4%
4%
3%
2%
30%
27%
Sale
4%
Sale
35%

115

Nov. 14

*17% Nov. 28 220% Nov. 14

Sale

26

stock

'

8

9

40%
32%
56%
6%

7
Sale
7% Sale
6% Nov. 28
8% Sale'
purchase warrants—1
6% Sale" "6—Nov 727
70.700 "Wlthoutwarrantsr;™-:.-"--! *"0%"~""7 %" ~~"6%~Sale~"
5
5
5%
5%
5% Nov. 23
Talcott (James) Inc
5% Sale
--9
7,700
32-% -84% -•-•*34———42 v 32% Nov. 4
5% % partic pref
50 -34^^'Sdle
1,440

115,400

Nov.

2% Nov.
5% Nov.

30

2

4% Nov. 27

Symington-Gould Corp with

'

4

Nov. 12

14% Nov. 12
24% Nov. 12

55

52%
33%
6%
109%
1%
3%
12%
14%

5

Ind--—25

26

Sale
Sale

16%
19%

Highest
Sale Prices

26%
8%
12%
20%
17%

Sale
Sale

7

Sale
Sale

Sale

Ask

26%
8%
12%
21%

Sale

109%
1%

Standard Oil of New Jersey .25

Stewart Warner Corp

21%
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

25% Sale
26% Sale

(The L S)
Sterling Products Inc

75

7

Sale

*

Standard Oil of California—.*
Standard Oil Co. of

Sale
Sale
Sale

20
37

Sale
Sale

Lowest
Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

Bid

34%

14%

65

15.700 Spencer Kellogg & Sons

Ask

28%
9%
13%

29 %

765,500 Southern California Edison.-25
*
850,700 Southern Pacific Co.-*
485,800 Southern Railway
399,700
5% preferred
100
Mobile & Ohio certifs—-100
5,400
125,800 Sparks Withington
*
7.000 Spear & Co
-.1
190

500

JAN. 1

RANGE SINCE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Price

STOCKS
N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE

In

39

EXCHANGE—STOCKS

N. T. STOCK

Dec., 1940]

11
9

3
28
3
9

10
0
24
4
8
9
8
4
4

5
12

3
IS
2

5
21
4
17
20
5
3
8
28

25
22
25

9% Jan.
3
7% May
3
6
Apr. 11
40
Mar.
5

—

5% Mar
5
8% Nov. 14
4
4% Apr.
4
37% Nov. 26
8% Jan.
8
6% Jan.
4
12% Jan.
8
18% Jan.
8
53
Mar. 21
47% Apr.

4

Feb.

16

42% Feb. 16
5% Mar. 8
35
Nov. 9
7% Apr.
8
5% Apr. 22
38% Apr. 16
2% Jan.
4
23
Jan. 27
12

May
6
May 10
8
52% Nov. 15
97

29% Nov.
7

Mar. 14

21% Apr.
9% Nov.
2% Jan.
82% Mar.
5% Apr.
10% Apr.
13% Jan.
25% Jan.
3% Apr.
30
Apr.
13% Mar.

Feb.
21% June 10 45
18% Apr.
9% May 21
59% June 10 88% Jan.
105
May 27 116% May
17% Jan
12
May 21
Apr.
71
May 25 98
89% Feb.
70
June 10
16
July
14
Nov.
7
29% May
22% Jan. 11
31% July
3 53% Apr.
23% Apr
12
May 21
18
Apr.
12% May 28
108% Nov. 22 110% Nov.
65% May
42% May 23
12
May 24 20% Nov.
2% Apr.
1 % May 29
Feb.
26% June 11 42
7% Apr.
3 % May 28
6
Mar
2
Sept. 23
65% Mar.
27% Nov.
4
5% Jan.
2% M ay 21
25% May 22 37% Nov.
85% Jan.
60
May 21
15
*9% Nov. 28
107% June
6 118
6
June 10
13%
7%
3
May 21

Jan.
Oct.

4
9
4

7
15
24
4
23
4
4

14
19

22
4
2
8
8
10
13
11
16
4
17
28
2
1

4
13

11
13

14
3
12
3
6

9

Mar. 12
Apr. 10

7% Jan.
3
May 11

8
Nov. 22

80

3% Aug. 24
Jan. 15

97

Nov. 15

5

12

Nov.

Nov.
1
Nov.
1
Nov. 20

Nov. 8
Nov. 7
Nov. 12
Nov. 15

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

15
15
25
26

May 18
5% May 22
50

June

165

May
2% May
25% July
14
May
3% May
6
May
48
Aug.
21% June
27% .Tune
Nov.

Nov. 29

24

Nov.
4
Nov. 15

% May
May
68% May
39% May
60
May

Nov. 15

Nov. 14
Nov. 22

15

10

11

89

Nov. 15
Nov.
1
Jan. 25

23 182% May 14
6% Mar. 9
21
17 32% Mar. 11
Apr. 25
2i 28
7% Apr. 23
21
12% Apr. 23
21
May
4
19 74
4
11 38% Jan.
Apr.
1
14 39
Nov, 29
29 24
1 % Jan.
5
3
3
21 41% Jan.
Apr. 11
22 117
23 67% Nov. 14
Nov. 22
22 72

N. T. stock: exchange—stocks

40
AQQREQATE
SALES

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Price

STOCKS

Nov. 1
Bid

Par

Shares

3,953,400 United States Steel
7% preferred
127,000
59,300 U S Tobacco
7% preferred
3,570
39,000 United Stockyards Corp
Conv preferred
22,800
(70c)

41,900
1,440
568,000
23,700
1,890
26,400

Leaf

5

*

Van Raalte Co

5

Sale
38

37

100

Vick Chemical Co

80 Vlck8 Shreve & Pac Ry Co. 100

5% non-cum preferred

55

54,400
85,900
8,800
4,680
8,530
8,810
10,500
81,800
1,700
110,500
45,200
11,900
22,100
370,900
294,500
294,200
3,240
83,100
51,300
70,300
180

7,600
30u,900
780

JWabash Ry Co

100

5% preferred A

100

warr

1* Sale
1* Sale

Pictures.

...

$3.85 preferred

47
6

24*

25

Sale

2%
23*

2%
24*

116X 117
10

129

J

% Sale
15% Sale
2% Sale
37 X Sale

ly*

Sale
Sale

17 X

3* Sale

3%
17X

....

26

Sale

73 X
preferred
Electric Co A
105 X
7% preferred
100 l\2X
6% Dreferred
100 105
West Penn Pow Co 4*% pf 100 115
West Virginia Pulp & Paper. _*
19 X
6% preferred100
Western Auto Supply Co
36X
10
Western Maryland
100
4*
4% 2d Dreferred
100
7*
Western Pacific 6% pref
X
100
conv

Penn

Western Union Telegraph-.100
Westinghouse Air Brake:
*

Westinghouse Elec & Mfg..50
7% 1st preferred
50
Weston Eiec Instrument. 12.50
Westvaco Chlorine Prod

*

5% conv preferred
30
Wheeling & Lake Erie Ry__100
5*% conv preferred
100
Wheeling Steel Corp
*
6% preferred
100
$5 conv prior preferred
*
White Dental Mfg Co (SS)_20

preferred
275,900
466,000 Wilson & Co
$6 preferred
39,900

Sale




70

4X
33
20 X

5
1
*

aW
Sale
Sale
Sale

3%

Nov. 16

60

Nov.

18* Nov.

6

Nov. 27

9

8

Nov. 19

7

Nov.

4

28
116

Nov. 12

44* Nov. 9
58
Nov. 19
Nov.

22

Sale

*

45

Sale
Sale
81
Sale

100

32%
100

Sale

119

Nov. 19

109

Nov. 25

13

Nov.

Nov. 20

47

Nov. 20

95

Nov.

7

33* Nov.

2

Nov.

7

4 110

*6

Sale

13*
%
15*

34*
33*
70

102*
29*
72

44 X

34

,

Sale
Sale

21*

55
Sale

6*
*

9

15

7*
4*

20*

Sale
137
Sale

35*

33*
80

Sale
Sale
130

74*
10*
Sale

Sale
Sale
23

1*
a

Sale
Sale
Sale

63

Sale

2

Sale

3*
4*
63
116

4

Sale

64*

32

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

32*
22*

100*

85

87

83

87
Sale

77

82

64%

Sale

59

96

104

92

80 X
21X
15X

Sale

79*

Sale

21

Sale
Sale

11*
42X
91

Sale
Sale

93X

20 X
16

Sale
Sale

2X Sale
V

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

15

Nov.

2* Nov.
37* Nov.
1 * Nov.
Nov.

30

Nov.

23* Nov.
16* Nov.

18* Nov.

53

Nov.

6

Sale

56

63*
103

80*
22*

16* Sale

Ex-rights.

Nov.

8

101* Nov. 14
6* Nov. 9
32

Nov. 15

14* Nov. 15
5

Nov.

*
*
5*.
16*
89
3

18*
10

1

3 *

% Nov. 2
16* Nov. 9
3* Nov. 25
50
Nov. 25
1* Nov. 15
11* Nov. 18
34* Nov. 13

*
13*

26

Nov.

4

18* Nov. 12
21* Nov. 12
Nov. 14

Nov. 15
Nov. 20
Nov. 28
Nov. 27
Nov.
1

Nov. 28
Nov. 14

Nov. 18

15

i."

Jan.

Jan. 22
Mar. 27

Apr.

6

Feb.

29

28

49* May

2

9

6

62

22

60

Oct.
3
Aug. 22

24

31

Mar. 14

Jan.

15

4

4
May 22 31* Jan.
Nov. 19
May 23 119

June

10 135

IX
2%
9%
23*
Jutae 26 101*
6*
Mky 22
May 22 35*
16*
June
4
9*
May 21
1*
May 16
Aug, 30 25*
4*
May 15
Oct.
Nov.
May
May

23
14
21
22

30

May 22
* May 21
3* May 16
22
May 23
20
May 21

50

Apr.

5

Jan.

9
4
7

Jan.
Nov.

May

8

Jan.

2

Jan.

3

Nov. 18

May

9

Nov. 14
Nov. 9
Jan. 11
Feb.
1
Jan. 10
Jan. 10
Jah. 10
Feb. 10
Jan.

3.

2* Sept. 13
12*

Sept. 13

13* May 21

34* Nov. 13
7
28* Feb.
20* Apr. 22

14

May 21

24

2

May 21
May 22
Aug. 26

4% Feb. 23
29* Apr. 16

15

59
91

§8*

75

May

3 110*
22 115

June

10 108

June

108H May 23 120
May 21 25*
100* May 17 105
21
40*
June 10

Jan.

Jan.

4

4

Apr. 12
Apr.
9
Jan.
Oct.

8

3

May
3
Apr. 29
Apr.
4

Nov.

8

Nov.

9

2X May 15

Nov.

2

9

8

May 18
May 15

8* Apr.

Nov.

8

* Nov.

Jan.

5

22
21

28* Jan.
28* Jan

5

J an.

4

19* Nov.
20* Nov.
102* Nov.

24* Nov. 12
24* Nov. 14
109* Nov. 8

134

Nov.

140

Nov.

8

31* Nov.
34* Nov.
33* Nov.

36

Nov.

1

26

36* Nov.
33* Nov.

8

27* May 21
28* May 21
Oct. 14
50
May 28 80
Nov. 15
85
May 24 103
9
Apr.
18* May 21 35*
93* June 13 120 A Oct. 31
74* Nov. 14
51
29
May
1«
11* Apr. 18
7%
£rUg"
7
16* Nov.
7* May 21
Apr. 10
4* Mar. 23
May
3
3* May 22
4
57* Mar. 8
Jan.
38
2
14* May 22 24* May

77

Nov.

78

100

Nov.

103

28* Nov.
120

Nov.

72* Nov.
9

14

Nov.
Nov.

6* Nov.
4* Nov.
21 * Nov. 27
1 * Nov.
2
Nov.

3* Nov.
4* Nov.
61* Nov.
30* Nov.
32* Nov.
21* Nov.
87
82

Nov.
Nov.

54* Nov.
60* Nov.
100

Nov. 14
Nov. 15

33* Nov.
120

1

Nov.

9
9

74* Nov. 14
10* Nov. 28
16* Nov.

7

8* Nov. 12
5* Nov. 2

22* Nov.

1

2*
2*
4 *
5*
67*

Nov. 14
Nov.
8

34*
36*
24*
99*

Nov.

89

Nov.

58

65

Nov. 15
Nov.
8

111

Nov. 12

Nov.

14* May
May
76
May
110
May

Nov.

7

Jan.

5

Jan.

15

J*

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov.

119

June

Jan.

6

7
8

Nov.

8

Nov. 14

9
9

Nov. 23

20* Nov. 12
17* Nov. 15
2* Nov. 13

J Companies reported in receivership.

60
29

39

Jan.

Nov.

37* May
38* Feb. 13
3
39* J an.
_

3* Jan. 11
3* Apr. 22
Apr. 13
7* Apr. 22

M.ar.
70
7
2 121* Mar.
34* Nov.

55

12* Nov.
45* Nov.
97

May 21

Nov.

81

Nov.

20

Nov. 15

Nov.

23* Nov. 15
16* Nov. 23

Nov.

21 118
21 140

21
JS* May 18
30
May
13* May 21

7

21

Nov.

Jan.

IX Oct.

7

Nov. 14

Nov. 25

79* Nov.

14*
118* 116
Sale
10*
z39*
40* Sale
93 *
96*
98*
17*
18* 317*
15
16* Sale
2*
2*
2*

118
11

4

9* Nov. 18
22

70

5
15*
May 18
36* June 14 48
28* May 29 35
71
May 23 110

116

Sale

95

116

28*
13*
4*
*

8

55*

23

54 X

Nov.

5

8

20* Sale
21* Sale

131X 105

22%

Sale

32

23*
16*
20*

*j Nov.
% Nov.

5
20
24
24
11
12
9

in

35* May
56* Jan.
60
Aug.
19
May
1 * May
14

32* Nov. 25

9

Nov. 22

Apr.
Feb.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
61
Apr.
18* Nov.

8 159
5 112

.Tune 24

Nov.

May 10
May 23
Mar. 15
22* May 10
9
2 117* Apr.
112
July

Nov. 14

4

June

% Nov. 27
12

28

3* Nov. 14

June

25

29

* Nov.
* Nov.
7* Nov.
9*
22* 20* Nov.
102
100* Nov.

50

30

72% Sale
9
8%
15* Sale
6% Sale
5% Sale

likH
59

Nov.

y<
Sale

IX
8*

108 X Sale
105
135
139* 135
36
Sale
33

36X
33H

•Tune 26

12* May 24
May 24

45

2* Nov.
22* Nov.
xll5*Nov.

0

14*
3* Sale

6

22% Sale

41

*6 Nov. 14
18

36* Nov.

11

5

4
,

42
May 21 76*
103* May 21 130
39*
5
48*
42* •Tune
2*
IX Nov. 27
7*
5X May 28
2*
May 18

330* Nov. 29

120

*
*
8*
21*
101*
5*
29*
12*

X

Ex-dividend.

1

1* Nov. 8
6* Nov. 15
1* Nov. 7

Nov.
3
3*
3*
2*
Sale
20*
19* Sale
17* Nov.
Nov.
66
67
69*
70%
69*
Nov. 12,103
Sale
100
101* Sale
108
Sale
110
107* Nov. 2 110*
Sale
Sale
99* Nov. 28! 102
119*
118% 118* 119* 118* Nov.
Nov.
Sale
17
19*
18*
17*
Sale
103*
103* 104* 102* Nov.
Sale
28*
24* Nov.
25* Sale
Sale
4*
3*
3* Nov.
3*

7

32*
35%

x

Nov.

47

3*

116

pf.100

Cash sales,

10
Sale
6X
Sale
36X
Sale

27

IX
2%
4%
4%
62X

10

r

110

9X

577.600 Wool worth (F W)
10
+
314,200 Worthington P & M
850
7% preferred A._
100
730
6% preferred B
100
Prior pref 4* % series... 100
27,600
Prior pref 414 % conv ser 100
25,600
7,160 Wright Aeronautical Corp
*
Wrigley (Wm) Jr
*
28,060
32,200 Yale & Towne Mfg Co
25
939,700 Yellow Truck & Coach cl B-.l
7% preferred
4,380
..100
*
78,300 Young Spring & Wire
*
788,000 Youngstown Sheet & Tube
5 * % preferred series A..100
3,400
*
101,000 Youngstown Steel Door
154,300 Zenith Radio Corp
♦
122,300 Zonite Products Corp
__.l
Deferred delivery,

70
Sale

90
68

*

110 Wisconsin Elec Pow 6%

38*

31X Sale

10

conv

136,3001 Woodward iron Co

Sale

37

1
*

4X
Sale
1

28X

95

17

102X

Sale"

138

12 H
6

20

102

136

40

106*

118*

Sale
Sale
Sale

37X

67
102

Sale
~ ■

Sale

Sale

18% Sale

Sale

26X
27 X
[16 X

*

1

Sale
Sale
Sale

1

47

12
46

9
44

32* Sale
97* 102

Sale

5

19 X
22 X

$4

Sale

28% Sale
13 X Sale

30 X
24 X

West

Sale

Sale

Sale

Webster Eisenlohr
Wesson Oil & Snowdrift

Nov. 27
Nov. 7
Nov. 1

9

Nov. 22

32* Nov.

135

31

Wayne Pump Co

76* Nov.

2 130

Nov. 29
Nov. 22

*« Nov.
16* Nov.
32* Nov.
25* Nov.

25

116

11X
47 X
33X
98

45X
32X
93 X

Waukesha Motor Co..

6%

a

Sale

Warren Foundry & Pipe
Washington Gas Light Co

32,000 Wilcox Oil & Gas
753,200 Willys-Overland Motors

No par value,

9

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

16$ 17$
33 X
26

2*

Sale

Sale

1X

$3 preferred

66* Nov. 27
124* Nov.

Sale

58

22 X

5%

Sale

tWarren Bros

Highest
Sale Prices

Sale

28 X

100*

.

..10

Lowest

Sale Prices

29
27
Nov.
115
112* 114* 114
43 X
44*
42* Nov.
42*
58
Nov.
66
80

Sale

16*
7*
8%
IX
IX
22 X Sale
3X Sale

_

7% preferred

17 X
Sale

Sale

100

Ward Baking Co class A
Class B

7,100
9,900
375,900 White Motor Co
315,700 White Rock Min Sp£s Co
235,000 White Sewing Machine
$4 convertible oreferred
3,900
Prior preferred........
24,300

*

42 X

21*

Walworth Co
Walker (H) Gooder & W Ltd.
Div redeemable pref

Warner Bros

28*
114

62

Waldorf System...

Walgreen Co
4 * % preferred with

15*

100

30~" Sale"
5
27,900 Victor Chemical Works
*
3*
4*
60,600 Va Caro Chemical
6 % div partic pref
29
Sale
100
50,600
4,450 Virginia Elec & Power 6% pref* 117* 118
Virginia Iron, Coal & Coke—
6 * Sale
5% preferred
100
3,510
44 *
45
25
7,200 Virginian Ry Co
6% preferred.......
25
33*
35
16,940
93
Sale
2,220 Vulcan Detinniug.
100
7% preferred
60
100 132
14,300
33,000
47,500
47,800
8,900
322,700
74,000
16,800
12,800
29,700
28,505
—439,000
5,450
109,^00
6,100
17,500
24,000
30,500
40,700

99

Sale

19 *

16
33 *

114* 115*
5
44* Sale

7% 1st preferred

20

Sale

*

Corp

*
100
Corp of America..*

Highest
Sale Prices

7
58
Nov. 4
60* Nov.
Nov. 15 152* Nov. 29
157 X 150
Nov. 14
81 * Nov.
Sale
4 100

152

82

100

pref..100

Preferred
Vanadium

Sale

128%
30%
46X

146

59

8% preferred

Sale

Sale

Sale
153

*

Tobacco

Ask

a:30*
47
Sale
47
45*
1*
IX Sale
1%
IX
6
Sale
5*
IX Sale
1*
"l% "IX
50
53
61
55*
58X
18
Sale
18
17*
17%

Steel

Universal Picture 1st
Vadsco Sales

32*

25
1
*

$6 conv preferred
Universal

125

*

United Stores A

Lowest
Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Ask Bid
Sale
68X
Sale

69 X

*

100

__

Universal-Cyclops

1

1940

Jan. 1

105,100
7,540
13,300
9,800
1,280
8,870

RANGE SINCE JAN.

Jan. 2

N. V. STOCK EXCHANGE

Since

42* Apr.
24* May

6
1

7

5
8

17 102* Oct. 22
Oct.
2
July 25 95
Nov. 15
58
June
5
June 17
65* Oct. 31
June

Apr.
9
June 10 129
Apr. 26
May 23 93
Jan.
3
25
15* May 28
4
19* Jan.
9* May 21
98
May 25 126* Sept. 4
14
Apr. 18
6* June 10
3
26* June 10 48* Jan.
80
7* Nov. 25
May 28
4
28* J an.
12* May 21
8
17* Apr.
8* May 21
91

73

2

Mar.

1

H Called for redemption.

New York Curb

Exchange

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

OF

PRICES ON NEW YORK CURB

1940

Stock Sales

November

Shares_

1939

1939
$32,050,000
413,972,000

1940
$21,569,000
278,052,000

November

3,768,445
41,331,980

3,738,194
37,976,460

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

EXCHANGE

Bond Sales

RANGE

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30-

sales, are disregarded in the month's range, unless they are the only transactions of the
shown In a footnote in the month in which they occur.
No account is taken of such

NOTICE—Deferred delivery, under the rule and cash
and when selling outside of the regular monthly range are

month,
sales in

computing the range for the year.

AGGREGATE

Price

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

In

Since

November

Jan. 2

Jan. I

STOCKS

3,595
800

2,700
163,100
32,800
21,000
61,200
7,800
30,200
2,525
3,920
3,175

18,000
6,700
600

1,900
600

200

170

200

Ask

Par
-10

5*4

Mfg Corp com—5

Sale

6

Sale

Class B
Ai nsworth

Air Associates Inc (N

1

Sale

*

J)

Sale

Air Investors Inc common

Convertible

Sale

preferred

*4

Warrants

preferred
*
10.600 Allied Products Corp com.-.10
3,075
Class A
25
140,400 Aluminum Co common

1,850
600

9,650
2,450
500

2,900

3,800
6% preferred
7,600 Ameriban Beverage Corp

300

600

—

*
*
*

600

2,100
800

300

100

4,500

1,975
1,000
7,200

505 Amer

30

536,900
201,200
17,800
11,250
230,112
6,050
33,000
13,325
1,400
11,000

54,000
17,600
6,400
1,600
33,300
1,425
5,900
850
125

1,000

Cyanamid

com

10

10

American Gas A Electric

4*4% preferred
American General

Corp

$2 preferred
$2.50 preferred

...100
10c
1
1

Amer Hard Rubber Co com .50

16,050 American Laund Mach com .20
74,600 American Light & Traccom.25
4,700
6% preferred
25
6,400 American Mfg Co common. 100

950

5.100
200

1,350

50

'6,150

76,300
9,500
2,100
4,950
152,900
21,600
319,900
21,250
49,600
19,800
10,300
8,000
4,500

1,400

"""575
12,300
800

60,100
1,200
8,000
3,100
1,300
1,700
300

990
500

5,300
18,400
2,300

100

Preferred

3*4
1*4

2*4
*4

2*4
17*4

2*4

2

10X

30
-

20
Sale
Sale

19
140
115

16%'

18

Amer Potash & Chem Corp..
Amer Republics Corp com._l
Amer Seal-Kap
American

Corp com

Superpower

1st
preferred $6 series..
Preferred $6 series
American Thread 5% pref
Anchor Post Fence common..

Angostura-W upperman
Apex Elec Mfg Co common—
Appalachian Elec Power—
$7 preferred
lArcturus Radio Tube
Arkansas Nat Gas common.
Class A non-voting..,
6% preferred
-.10
Arkansas, P & L $7 preferred. "

3,855
100,800
64,800
205,929
67,600
1,560
1,500 Aro Equipment Corp
13,800 Art Metal Works common.
59,800 Ashland Oil & Refining Co..
_

.

Sale

160*4
118*4
17*4

Sale

18*4
Sale
Sale

99

90

35**
4*4

'S

Sale
Sale
Sale

1*4

*A

12*4

14*4

68

72

'A

*4
33
31
IX

33*4

Sale"

32*4

1*4

"~A
13

Sale

38*4

"3*4 Sale"
25*4

25*4
30

.

12

31
Sale

16X
Sale
Sale

16

15%
28*4

23

20

36

i

Sale

37*4

%

Sale

15*4 Sale
%
13

12

35*4
112*4
3*4

Sale

28*4
31*4
21*4

Sale

17*4
14*4

Sale

Sale
Sale

34
Sale

28

27*4
*4
35*4
35*4
18*4
A
11*4
29

114*4
3*4
28*4
31*4
21

18*4

1

11

Nov.

6

12

Nov. 27
Nov.

1

Nov.

9

2*4 Nov. 12
Nov. 12

25

Nov. 28

A Nov. 14

Nov. 28

84*4 Nov. 19

103*4 Nov. 20
92*4 Nov. 26 93*4 Nov. 7
Nov. 26

102

3*4
1*4
2*4
17*4
21*4

2*4 Nov. 9
17*4 Nov. 14
22*4 Nov. 14

Nov.

74*4

5*4
4*4

81*4 Nov. 8
Nov. 26
97
36

66*4
43*4
2*4
1*4
*4

1
Sale

12

*4
10*4
112

Sale

2*4
2*4
8*4

Sale

1*4

Sale

2

Sale

5

Sale

9*4
5*4

5

Sale

5

100

American deposit rects—£
13,900
30,100 tAssoc Gas & Elec common..
Class a
184,900
$5 preferred
29,300
—
800 Assoc Laundries of America..

800

V t

7*4

8*4
A Sale
*4 Sale

5*4

10

3~,300

*4

1

65
102
3

70

55

3

61*4

106

Sale

For footnotes see page 53.




*4
2*4

*4

5*4

300 Assoc Tel A Tel class A

Coast
100
30 Atlanta Gas Light 6% pref .100
1
93,500 Atlantic Coast Fisheries

2

A
Sale
Sale

*4

c common

Atlanta Birmingham A
RR Co preferred
40

3

2

Nov.

25*4 June
6
22*4 June 20
*4 June 11

Nov.

31

Jan.

Nov.

26

Sale

33*4

Nov.

15*4 Nov.

Sale

A
11

Nov.

Sale

112

Nov.

Sale

29*4
34

22*4

18*4

5*4
4*4
Sale
59*4
8*4
Sale
2*4
Sale
13*4

3*4 Nov.
28*4 Nov.

Nov.

4

7

Nov.

31*4 Nov. 8
34*4 Nov. 12

Nov.

22

Nov.

17*4 Nov.

20

Nov. 18

!i*

1

Nov. 19

13

27*4 Nov. 25
21
Nov.
1
*4 Nov. 29
Nov. 4

8

Nov. 29

2*4 Nov. 30
1*4 Nov.
1
*4 Nov. 28
12

112*4 112

7

14*4 Nov. 4
27*4 Nov. 25
25*4 Nov. 8

34

*4 Nov. 14
Nov. 16

75

Nov. 14

6*4 Nov.
4*4 Nov.

9

% Nov.
66*4 Nov.
14*4 Nov.
3

Nov. 13

2*4 Nov. 14
1

Nov.

7

12

Nov.

1

Nov. 26 113*4 Nov.

4
8
4
1

Nov.

1

A Nov.
1*4 Nov. 29

2

6

13*4 Nov. 8
1
35*4 Nov.
114*4 Nov. 29

Nov.

29

Nov. 14
Nov.

Nov.

12
Sale

*4
2*4
2*4
8*4

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov. 29

if!

2*4

Sale

May
Nov.
May
May
July
2*4 May
22*4 May
26*4 May

8*4
A
9*4
25*4
107*4

Sept. 21

Apr.

16

Nov. 15
Nov.

Feb.
Mar.

May

8
21
4

4

Mar. 30

1
Apr. 11
2*4 Apr. 19

A

Apr.

Jan.

10
2

20*4

Jan.

80

Mar. 28

*4
35
33*4
1*4

Jan.

Apr.

3

1

10
Sale

34*4

Mar. 21

May 21

22

Nov.

13*4 June
3
11*4 May 22
25
May 28

20

Nov. 18

11

31

13*4 May 21
65
May 24
*4 June
4
23

May 21

1*4

*4 May 15
8*4 May 21
108

2*4

11
26
9
16
11

36

29

Jan.

2

Feb.

27

15

Apr.

18

May 29 115

A Feb.

8

1 *4 May 22

90

Nov. 20

10

Nov. 25

4*4 Nov.

6

Nov.

1

5

4*4 Nov.
5*4 Nov.

10

Nov. 25

9

4

8

4

May 21
May 24

A
A
1*4
*4

Nov. 29
Nov. 29
Nov. 29
Nov. 9

A
*4
2*4
*4

1

60

Nov.

2*4 Nov.

7

7

60
3

Nov.
Nov.

8
15

A Oct.
A Nov. 29
1
May 15
X Mar. 8

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

*4
2*4
65

16*4 Jan.
29*4 Jan.
25*4 Apr.
73
May
% Jan.

*4 Jan. 17
*4 June 29
.Aug. 16 109*4 Apr.
3
6
4*4 Aug. 15 10*4 May
6*4 Mar. 12
3*4 May 23
*4 June 28
*4 May 15
Jan.
9
48
June
8 75
17
Jan.
8
6
May 21
3 *4 Feb.
2*4 May 23
6
2*4 Nov. 14
1
May 21

6*4 May

*4
1*4

7

65

Nov. 25

Nov. 19

3

1*4

1

5

1*4 May 21
6*4 May 23
87
May 17

2

10

5*4

Mar.

Apr.

4
37*4 Nov. 4
8
39*4 Jan.
9
24 19*4 Apr.
Jan.
6
8
A
22 14*4 Apr. 27
8
21 39*4 Jan.
8 114*4 Nov. 29
Apr.
4
21
4
31 31*4 Mar. 13

8*4 Nov. 26
87*4 Nov. 12

Sale

A

55

May 21
Nov. 14

May 21

39*4
Sale

Sale

103*4
2*4

4

A Nov. 15
11*4 Nov. 30
65
June 12
*4 May 28

Associated Elec Industries—

4,000
35,700
1,600

34*4

Nov.

8*4

11*4

A

IX
37%
36*4
19*4

93*4

10

90

30

5*4
3*4
*4
58*4

2

16*4
5*4
42*4

32*4 Nov.

Sale

2*4

108

Nov. 26

Nov. 15

4

12
2
22
4
22
24
30

Nov.

Sale

8

17*4
23
192*4
May
119*4
June
18*4
May
11*4
May
110*4
Sept.
109*4
Oct. 30
1*4
Nov.
1 49*4
May 22
7*4
May 21

July
138*4 Jan.

Nov.

67*4 Nov. 7
4*4 Nov.
4
4
Nov. 28
*4 Nov. 12
60*4 Nov. 26

3

Nov. 13

8

8

A Nov. 22

69

Sale

Nov.

70

65

Sale

Nov. 14

1

30

Sale

2

17

A Nov. 15
8
14*4 Nov.

32*4
A

5*4

Nov. 14

5

1

111*4 July 22 111*4 July 22
3
Aug. 26
2
Feb.
9
1*4 Feb.
8
*4 May 21

*4 Nov. 25

31*4
*4

Sale

Nov. 15

8

Sale

68

8

3
15
3
4
19
30

*4 Nov.
37*4 Nov.

23*4
85

31

18*4 Nov.

14

7*4 Nov.
May 21
14*4 May
Jan. 11
3*4 Apr.
1*4 May 21
17*4 Jan. 13 30*4 Apr.
% Apr.
*4 May 21
58
June
7 84*4 Nov.
90*4 May 23 108*4 Apr.
98
Mar.
82
May 25

27*4

21

85

9

119*4 Nov. 15

4

28

30

Sale
Sale

Nov.

166

Sale Prices
22*4 Jan.
2
22*4 Mar. 13
7
May 10

10

Sale

21

*4

*4 Nov. 15

*4 Nov. 15
2

20*4 July 31
4*4 Jan. 16

Sale

28

89

6*4
Sale

93*4

Sale

112*4

5*4
5*4

Sale

13

70

*<
2*1
Sale
Sale

Nov.

21*4 Nov. 19
6*4 Nov. 8
7*4 Nov. 14

1*4
26
22*4
A
*4
77*4 x76*4

27

A

h
2*4
2*4
7*4

1

2

29

30

7%
7%
5X Sale
*4 Sale
73
74*4
15*4
15*4
3*4 Sale
1*4
1!
2
1!
13*4
12*4

11*4

Sale

85

84* 88*

2

6

7

27

Sale
Sale

68

Sale

32

31

35

12

Nov. "7

21

Nov.

5*4 Nov.

21

24

16*4 Nov.
21*4 Nov.
Sale
157
z155*4NOV.
118*4 118*4 117*4 Nov.
19
17*4 Nov.
18*4
7
6
Nov.
6*4
Nov.
77*4 276
75*4
99*4
93
Nov.
97,
*4
*4
A Nov.
34*4
34*4
34*4 Nov.
5
4*4
4*4 Nov.
%
*4 Nov.
A
A Nov.
11*4 Sale
11*4 Nov.
68
70
Nov.
71*4
*4 Nov.
*4

Sale

80

31*4
28*4
IX

16*4
20*4

22*4

21

6

%

_

100

9*4

32

Amer Pneumatic Service—..

92*4

21—19*4 Nov. 27
Sale

Highest

Salt-Prices
13 " May 21

"Sale Prices

Sale Prices

100

2*4
*4

1

American Maracaibo

American Meter Co

93*4

3
IX

2*4

American Export Lines com__l
Amer & Foreign Power warr—
Amer Fork & Hoe Co com—*

*4

103*4 102*4

93

1

-.

21/'
74*

105

class A. 10

Common class B non-vot

ifH

11*4
2*4
Sale
80*4

77
103

100

5,160 American Book Co
100
19,600 Amer Box Board Co com
1
3,400 Amer Capital Corp cl A....10c
6,100
Common class B
10c
3,300
S3 preferred
*
1,150
$5.50 prior preferred
*
41,800 American Centrifugal Corp._l
Amer Cities Power & Lt Corp—
7,825
Conv class A
25
7.800
Class A with warrants
25
Class B
--1
48,300

750

1,900
3,400

100

11*4
2*4
22*4
*4

Sale

conv

25,250
6% preferred
7,300 Aluminum Goods Mfg
10,900 Aluminum Industries com
53.650 Aluminium Ltd

400

.

$3

19
21

Sale

Ala Gt Sou RR

950

lS
21*4
6*4

21
21*4
Sale

22*4

Ask

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

Nov. 30

Sale

Sale

1

Supply Mfg class A

Allied Internat Investing—

400

1

Bid"—Ask Bid-

1

Acme wire Co common.-.1
Aero

ordinary....60
Ala Power Co $7 preferred—*
$6 preferred
Allegheny Ludlum Steel—
50
7% preferred
100
1,700 A lies & Fisher Inc common—*
2,100 Alliance Investment common *

525
250

Nov.

1940

Shares

Shares

JAN. 1

RANGE SINCE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

SALES

7

I§

60
100

A Feb. 21
May 29
Oct.
July

1*4 June

5*4 Jan.

8*4
A
*4
5*4
*4

Feb. 24
Jan.
2
Jan. 10
Jan.
3
Mar. 8

A Feb. 21
2*4 Apr.
6
68

8
Apr.
9
Oct. 21
1 108
8
4*4 Apr. 16

42

NEW

EXCHANGE

CURB

YORK

AGGREGATE
SALES

In

PRICES IN NOVEMBER
NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since
Jan. 1

i

November

Shares

7,440
11,300
260,500
14,100
28,000
20,200
19,100
13,000
20,700
6,900
1,275

(Continued)

Par

Atlantic Coast Line Co
Atlantic Rayon Corp

50

1

Corp warrants
Atlas Drop Forge Co com
Atlas Plywood Corp
Auburn Central Mfg Corp

3 54

*
*

J Austin Silver Mines
Automatic Products Corp

1

Auto

150,120 Babcock & Wilcox Co
Baldwin

Purch

•

1554

Sale

1554

"n

el

16

18

1654
i k
ih
354 Sale
SIM Sale
1454

Bid

16H
354
X
354
15 X
IX

Sale

warr

for

common

754

Sale

Baldwin Rubber Co com..—1
Bardstown Distillery Inc
1

6h

754

1

8

X

X

54

Barium Stainless Steel
Barlow & Seelig Mfg conv

Basic Dolomite Inc common. _1

1
*
100
7% 1st pref vot tr ctfs__.100

Beech Aircraft

Corp com
1
Bell Aircraft Corp common—1
Bellanca Aircraft common—1

BeU Telep Co of Canada... 100
Bell Telep of Pa 654 % pref.100
Benson & Hedges common—

*

pr
41,900 Berkey & Gay Furniture Co.-l
20,900
Purchase warrants.
•5,250 Bickford's Inc common
*
2,600
$2.50 conv preferred
*
6,100 Birdsboro Steel Fdy & Mach_*
900 Biauner's common......
*
288,900 Bliss (E W) & Co common—1

554
1554
254

154
354

154
354
554
1754

5

1«*

15

x
254
37 X
3X

1754

16

17

15H

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Ut

Nov. 28

354
54
354
1554
154

Sale
1554
3

Sale
3%

IX

Highest
Sale Prices

16

454

IX

3ps

Nov. 26
Nov. 22
Nov.
Nov. 4
Nov. 6

18

Nov.

12

9

354 Nov. 13

54
554
1754
3 54

Blue

Ridge Corp common—1
$3 optional conv preferred.*

Blumenthal (S) & Co com

'~m i'7x
12 X Sale
1)
20

20
5

4X

1254
754
20

754
12254
3754

45(

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23
21

554
454
15
Sale
Sale

Sale

144"
40
Sale
Sale

"u*

Nov. 6
Nov.
Nov. 22
Nov. 6

%
454
3754
354

Nov. 25
Nov. 25
Nov.
1
Nov.
1

2 54 Aug. 28
34
May 25
3
Jan. 19

53

Nov.

1854 May 21

3054 Oct.

18

3454
854
754
54
154
1154
754
1854

9

13

18

%
Sale
35

30

3054 Nov.

354

7

Sale

654

Sale

IX

Sale
12

654
15 X

Sale
Sale

1

4

7

7

6

754
1754 Sale
1
354

Nov.

6

1554 Nov.

6

% Nov.

4

54# July
8
54 Mar. 6
May 22
354 May 23
954 May 21

154 Nov. 12
1154 Nov. 7
7

8

Nov. 29

1854 Nov. 12

1

29

25

29

25

Nov. 22

25

Nov. 22

28

25

Nov.

25

Nov.

20

4X
3h
13 X

5X
21X

554
4X
17

454
4

1454

554
454

,

Sale ~

154

154
4054
654
354

% Sale
40X Sale
854 Sale
2%

30

2oH

2854

41

6X

6
Sale

24

4254
754

*
*

3554

34X

100

100
_*

Sale

J*7.**

Sale

3
49

254
154
2854

36X
Sale

2

36

55

9

Sept. 11
pt.
1 54 Feb. 19

454 Apr. 15
Jan.

2

354 Apr. 30

2

"14" "14H

13

38 h

3954
854 Sale
354
454

14

Nov.

454 Nov. 13
434 Nov. 28

554 Nov. 12
2454 Nov. 12
554 Nov. 12

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

111

Nov.
Nov.

11954 Nov.

Nov.

Jan.

6

25
6

Jan.
Jan.

9

554

Apr. 15

Nov. 19

114
23

Nov. 28

37

4

30

54 Mar

1

Xi

1454 Nov. 18
40,
Nov. 29
854 Nov. 12

54 Sale
54
3854 Sale
3854
754
854
754
154
2
154
20
1954 23
35
3654 x35
654
754
654

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

354 Nov.
1654 Nov.

25
30
22
29

Nov. 13

Nov. 28

Nov. 18

1

Nov.

4054 Nov.
9

Nov.

54
3

54
354
8 54
1154
34

IX
•30

40

3X

3

154
2954
1254

Sale

354

1

Sale

1

42

Sale

48

12X
35

1154
3354

1254

1354

1254

11X

54
354
54
354
554
954

4

54
Sale
Sale
Sale

Nov. 12
Nov. 8
Nov. 28
Nov. 4
Nov.
6
Nov. 6

54 Aug. 13
33 54 June • 5
3 54 May 22

45

154 June 26
1654 May 21

254
3154
4854
754

6
7

28

Registered

*

Amer dep rets ord bear._£l
Amer dep rets ord reg
£1
Celanese Ltd—

1854 Sale
1854
2054
IX

1
*A Nov.
Nov. 27
Nov. 7
354 Nov.
1

154 Nov. 25
30

354
154

Nov. 29

354 Nov. 29

Apr.

254 Nov.

2

4

49

4

12

38

1254
35

29

354 Nov. 15
154 Nov. 13

1154 Nov.

Sale

1

154 May 22
May 14
154 Apr.
2
54 Anr.
2
20
May 28
1054 May 24
30
May 17

2

Nov.

41

Nov. 15
Nov.
8

454 Sale

Canadian Marconi Co

_.l

3,275 Capital City Products
33,000 Carib Syndicate com

*
25c

1,100 Carman & Co conv A stock. _*
Class B
*
5,500
*
15,400 Carnation Co common
2,630 Carolina Pow & Light $7 pref.*
590
$6 preferred
.__*

Corp common

Carter (J W) Co common
Casco Products
Castle (A M) & Co
Catalin Corp ot America
Celanese Corp of America—

__1

13,000 Cent Ohio Steel Prod

38

12* al\*
28
Sale
22

21

Sale

Sale

1 1%

Sale

1254 Nov. 30

Nov.

54

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

54

%
Me

1

4X

A

154

X Sale

IX Sale

1054
254

2054 2254
6X Sale
254
354
254
354

2254

24 X
554
39
10054 Sale
92 X Sale
5

38 X

13 X Sale

1

254
107

7 X

11
Sale

2%
Sale

Jk* 0VA
72
Sale
21

1454

Sale

14 H

'97 X ~$7X
8

354
1354
654

Sale

%

*54

Nov. 13

54
154
1054
12
254 Sale

Nov.

1

Nov. 14

28

Nov.-* 4
Nov.
1
Nov.

1054 Nov.
2

2

Nov. 18

9

4

Nov.

8

Nov.

4

18

Sale

54

954
Sale

14

554
554
154
154
154
154
*A Sale
854
9
54
54

Nov. 27

454 Nov. 27
154 Nov. 13

0

8

54# Nov.

Nov.

1

6

54 Nov. 18

Nov.

8

254 Nov.

1

1454 Nov. 6
654 Nov. 4
154 Nov. 13
% Nov. 4
854 Nov. 26
54 Nov. 19

20
24
24
1954 Nov. 23
1954 Nov. 23
554
654
554
6
6
Nov.
554 Nov. 15
6
35
Sale
35
Nov.
4
3654 Sale
3654 Nov.
1
11054 112
10954 Sale
10954 Nov.
1 11154 Nov. 27
10554 10654 10654 108
10654 Nov.
6 10654 Nov. 22
20

854
654
754
2154
3

Sale
754
8
22
Sale

954

954

8

7

754
854

754 Nov. 22
754 Nov. 18

754
19

354

22

21

354

3

Nov.

6

Nov. 27
Nov.

1

1154 Nov. 15
754 Nov. 25
854 Nov. 8
23

Nov.

8

354 Nov. 12

130
Sale
Sale
12254 Nov. 7 132
4 54 Nov.
Sale
554
6 54
4
654
98
Sale
Sale
8254 Nov. 1 98
43
Sale
27
2954
2854 Nov. 4 4354
1354
1254 Nov. 26
1454
145£ 1354 Sale
110
11454 110
11354
8954
91
95
Sale
8754 Nov. 25 95
8
954
9
Sale
854 Nov. 27 10 '
123 54

Nov. 27

454

Nov. 15

8254

Nov. 30

•

3

454 Oct.
154 May
49

9

Nov. 15
Nov.
6
Nov.
1
Nov. 12

«

54 Sept.
1054 Oct.
154 Feb.
17
May
554 Apr.
9 54 July
454 Nov.
1

June

1

NOV. 15

1454 Apr.

Mar.

6
5

17

Apr.

5

2054 Feb.

1

20

9

Feb.

154 Mar.
22

1

Feb.

27

9
7
5

Feb.

13

4
9

43

Jan.

1454 Jan
254 Jan.
154 Jan.

54 June
7
54 May 23

•

5

7

34

108

54# Aug.

8

14

17

Jan.

2254 Jan.

Jan.

May
54 June

Nov. 13

11

Apr.

354 Jan.
49

38

16
May
9054 May

22

5
16
Sale

54
8

11

3854
2154
10054
1454

June

154 Nov.
554 July

1

19

154

1

Sale

954 Sale
IX Sale

11
Sale

9854
1354
54
54

22

19

30

154 Nov. 12

3
7

1
254 May
May 17
4
454 Jan.
1154 Jan. 26

154 May

36

Nov.

3%

May 21

254 Nov. 15

1

Feb. 15
Feb. 13
Feb.
9
Apr.
8
Nov. 26
Mar. 28

1854 Feb.

2

8
4

54
854
154
854
854
1754

Nov. 25

254

Nov.

Nov.

154 May 15

154

10

Apr.

8

254 Nov.
854 Nov.

4

Mar. 26
Mar. 28

7

Nov. 25

154 Nov.

Apr.
Nov.

7

Nov. 28

8

4

154 Jan.
9

36
May
554 Feb.

2

2054
9854
1254
X
54#

%
54

13
30

15

Nov. 14

9

38

Sale
Sale

21

254

154
954

May 22

754 July 18
754 June 18

7X Nov. 12

754

ijx

Vs
7A

10

10

154 Jan.
July

1654 Nov. 27

2054

X
X

7 X

8

16

18

3854

IX

10 X
20

1354 Nov.

19

38

IX

13% Sale"
254
2%

1

7X Nov. 12

2054
9854
1254
54
54

40

10054
1254
X
X*

17

52
13

2

30

Sale
Sale

4X

*

1

254

154
1054
3854

4

1

7% 1st partic preferred-.100
23,450
15
17,600 Celluloid Corp common
1st preferred part
2,060
*
$7 dividend preferred
*
6,150
19,400 Cent Hudson Gas & Elec com.*
170 Cent Maine Pow 7% pref..100
100
12,555 Cent N Y Pow 5% pref

19

2054
254
9

30

*

1,225 Canadian Car & Fdy 7 % pref 25
183,200 Canadian Colonial Airways—1
*
3,400 Can Indus Alcohol class A
B non-voting
*

13

1954
254
754
2

1%

Cables & Wireless—

5

754
654

1654

4,600 Cable Elec Products com—50c
Voting trust ctfs..
50c
9,700

140 Camden Fire Ins Assn
100 Canada Cement Co Ltd

12

Jan.

36

54 Sept. 25
54 Nov. 28
254 Tune 26
354 May 15
8
May 28

854 Nov. 26
1354 Nov. 14

Nov.
Nov.

1

4

2 54 Aug. 21

y4
3M
%

154

Sale

27

—

Am dep rects 554 % pref__£l
1,000
20
6,400 Calamba Sugar Estate Co
Callite Tungsten Corp
1
104,700

7X
7

June

454 May 22

7

3554
2
Sale

6

2254 May 10

1
1

Apr. 16
Mar. 26

854 Nov. 12

2

154 Nov. 29

2054 Nov.
4354 Nov.
754 Nov.

40

54 May
254 May
12
Aug.
4

2

Mar. 13

J

Sept.

1054 July
36 54 June

8

22

Jan.

4354 Jan. 24
4654 Apr.
5
Apr. 19
Feb. 27

June

7

*#4 Nov.

Mar. 16

136

May

5Sa Nqv.

15

6

125

Apr.

Nov.

-

9
854 Feb.
3254 Apr. 15
9
854 Feb.

354 May
1354 July
3
May
88
July

Nov.

3954 Nov.
754 Nov.
354 Nov.
1254 Nov.

Sale

25

3

Nov. 30

29

2

Nov. 27
May 10
Apr.
3
Apr.
1
Nov. 12
Oct. 25
Jan.
9
Nov. 12
Apr.
2

4

Jan.
Jan.

Nov.

!««

33 X

12

*

1
19,100 Brown Forman Distillers
100
$6 preferred
*
67,400 Brown Rubber Co common. .1
9,600 Bruce (EL) Co
5
11,000 Buckeye Pipe Line
50
74,050 Buff Niag & East Pow pref.25
$5 1st preferred
14,200
*
72,200 Bunker Hill & Sullivan—2.50
3,400 Burma Corp Amer dep rets—
12,700 Burry Biscuit Corp
12 He




Feb.

Mar. 28

354 May 17
354 Now. 20
1254 Feb. 21

1

17

554 Sale
454
Sale
20
2054 Sale
454
454
454
4%
108 X 10954 10754 110
107
118
120
119
122 ' 11954
31
23 X
29
Sale
2354
37
34 X
3754
40
37
A Sale
54

654
3X

1

454 Nov. 19
354 Nov. 20

Sale

15

6

Mar. 21

21

25

14 k

Sale

54

Sale

Sale

1154 Sale

1

Class A

53.

3

May 21
454 May 21
454 May 23

25

1454

654
254
2654

54,

Nov. 27

6

654 Nov. 29
% Nov.
4
154 Nov. 6
1054 Nov. 25

154 Sale
11

6

25

654

40

3454
654 Sale
654
6 54

o

1

*

Preferred

see page

Nov.

1454 Jan.
54 July

3454 Nov. 27
754 Nov.
9
654 Nov. 15

Xt Sale
254
454
X
54
354 Sale
654 Sale
1054 Sale

100
*

1,700
dep rets ord reg
10s
550 British Col Pow class A
*
30,400 iBrown Co 6% preferred-.100
Brown Fence & Wire com—1
13,000
Class A preferred
2,100
-*

For footnotes

18

54
254
3454
354

Nov.

2654 Nov. 28

14

54 Sale
654
854
154
154
754
754

Carrier

12

Nov. 26

34

3954
754

*

Common

Am

134,900
4,100
9,600
1,150
59,028

Mar. 14

17]

British Amer Tobacco Ltd—

*91",900

20

7

2754 Sale

12H

5

British

7

51

Nov.

British-American Oil Co—

2,200
2,979

May
9
Nov. 20
Jan. 11
Jan. 15

13

IX Nov.
354 Nov. 22

4
15

Mar. 19
Nov. 30

6

Sale

38

27

26,800
rp class a
Class
8,100
7% preferred
19,700
2,600 Brillo Mfg Co common

9,100

Feb.

6
6

Sale

3854
7k

1354
38

*

Bourjois Inc...

25 Bridgeport Gas Light Co
57,800 Bridgeport Machine com

380

6

254
554
1954
354
54
154
65
75

Nov.

29 X

164

*
Bohack (H O) Co common—*
7% 1st preferred
100
Borne Scrymser Co...--.--25

3,100
7% 1st preferred
2d preferred..
9,330
98,800 Brazilian Tr Lt & Pr ord
106,500 Breeze Corp
694,000 Brewster Aeronautical

530

2354 Jan.

5

Bowman Biltmore Hotels—

12,600'

25
31
21
22
6
25
11
22
22

154 Nov.
354 Nov.

3354
354

3 54

5

June

354 Oct.
Me May
2
May
1154 May
154 Sept.
54# Jan.
54 June
354 May
354 May

Nov.
8
Nov. 30
Nov. 13
Nov. 20

X
Sale
Sale
Sale

..——

44,200
16,200
21,200
4,200,
3,160
18,000
10,200

16 X

16

354
54

454
Sale
Sale
Sale

11

A..5

535

'

1754

Lowest
Sale Prices

Ask

Ask Bid

32 X

21X

30

7,200 Beau Brummell Ties Inc
1
1,600 Beaunit Mills Inc common. .10
320
$1.50 conv preferred
20
172,200
294,800
85,900
4,153
1,525
1,010

1

Locomotive—

7% preferred

Bath Iron Works Corp
600 Baumann (L) & Co com
370
7 % 1st preferred

450

"%

Atlas

5
Voting Machine com
*
Avery (B F) Sons Co
5
6% preferred with warr
25
975
6 % preferred ex-warr.... .25
8,900
Purchase warrants
516,900 Aviation & Transport Gorp__l
4,730 Axton Fisher Tob class A
10
4,700 Ayrshire Patoka Collieries __1

34,650
317,500
10,600
8,100
109,600
5,550
17,900
388,600

Ask

Bid

Nov. 30

Nov. 1

1940

STOCKS

RANGE SINCE JAN.

Price
Jan. 2

10
9
2
28
3

30
27
17

54 May 20
654 May 23
54 May 18

r ss.

5

12
5

3
12

354 Apr. 25
1854 Mar. 29
254 Apr. 15
Oct. 11
554 Apr.
3

20

22

Jan.

3

1154 Apr. 16
254 Jan. 22
IX Apr.
954 Jan.
154 Jan.

8
3
2

25
Feb.
9
754 May
1
4054 Apr. 11
9754 May 27 11154 Nov. 27
86
May 22 10654 Nov. 22

1854 May 28
454 May 29

27

May

15

554 May 21
554 May 24
6
May 15
15

June

10

154 May 24
98

May
254 June

6954 Jan.
2054 Jan.

1254 Nov.

10654
8754

Jan.

Nov.

656 May

15|4 Jan.

3

754 Apr. 29
8
Nov.
8
354 Nov. 12

12

Feb.

23

132

Nov.

27

Nov. 15

98
43 54
1754
11054
10554
1054

Nov. 30
Nov. 15

Feb.

8

Sept. 23
Apr.

Apr.

5
9

AGGREGATE

In

STOCKS

3,455 Cent Pow &

125

(Continued)
Par
Light 7%pref 100

775

7% preferred
100
6% preferred
100
Conv preferred
100
Conv pref opt ser 1929--100
Chamberlin Metal Weather
Strip Co..
-5
Charis Corp common
.-10
Cherry-Burrell Corp com—-5
Chesebrough Mfg—----—25
Chicago Flexible Shaft Co—5
Chicago Rivet & Machine
4
Chief Consol Mining Co
-1

400

3,625
9,200
2.150

825

2,125

700

1,000

4,800
2,875
1,600
6,400
17,050
7,700

2.900

11,000

1,075

13,375 Childs Co

1,450

200
125

350
850

8.100

1,400
140
110
190

.

3,300
1.300
250

*

4,200 Cohn & Rosenberger com

"400
3.000
m

.13", 500
-

-.

21,000 Colon Development Co Ltd-is
6% convertible preferred £1
3.900
96.400 Colorado Fuel & Iron warr...
Colt's Patent Fire Arms Mfg 25
30,580
Columbia Gas'& Elec Oprp—

11,000

Warrants
—
282.725
7,100 Commonwealths Dlstrlbut—
Community Public Service—■

59.325
600

—25

Common

19.300

300

7,200 Community Water Serv
Compo Shoe Machinery—
V t c ext to 1946
1
11,100
Conn Gas & Coke Security—

1.500

50
500

4.700

3,020

380

1,150

12.800

500

71.100

8.000

4,300

380
"

3,000

6.700

7,700
950

50,700
5.400

15 600

210

1.690

1,400

75.100

600

11,100

700
900

3.100
125

3,000

39100

100
50

2.400
50

2,400

29.700
1.075

1.460

13.300

200

2.975
740

1.100

12.700

270

390

400

5,300
3,300

2,300
2,200

19 700

900

10.500

10 800

17

200

9.600

1

50

Croit

•

2%

64
2X

Sale

34

1X
Sale

%

7%
78%

Sale
Sale

8%
82

93
98
10034
7%
734
91

5%
1634
%
4%

6%
1734

40

41%
4%
2 34
2%

4%
234
2%

17 X

Sale

2V
81

117

3%
Sale

117%

X
3%
434

79

Sale

82

63%
IX

65
Sale

58

»n

Sale

1%

Sale
25%
Sale

99

Nov. 25

634
534
1634
%«

Nov.

8

Nov- 12
1
Nov.
Nov. 23

Sale

3%

37^

3%

134

Sale
5%
Sale
83 34
6034
134

7
1

Nov.

1

IX

23%

24%

13

14%

15

35

6

Nov.

78

Sale
2
Sale
119

117

Lt Nov.

30

95

97

7*

100

1%
6%

9%
Sale

.....

Sale

Sale
10%

8%
32%
4%

Sale
34%
5%

% '

1

2

72

in

1 %
Sale
94 %
X

94

8%

9

9X

3

73^

134
IX
6934

IX
o

Sale
120

116

Nov. 26

2534 Nov.
34 Nov.

134 No?. 29
1 % Nov, 18
29

6934 Nov
118
Nov, 14

2 54
2X
97
104% 100
154
1X
1%
554
5X Sale

92% Sale
'A
%

Sale

10%
8%
32%.

9%
36

IX

1

70

Sale

11

5% Sale
7/s
%

l3/
1

Sale

Sale

8

Sale

6%

2%

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov.

June
7
IX May 23

2%
13 %

5%

%
1%
1%
4%

25c
25

Crown Drug common

Cuneo Press 6%%

10
2%

3H

pref....100

5
*
-1

Class A conv

4%
Sale
Sale

35
1

a29,H

Sale

Sale

Dejay Scores Inc common
1
Dennison Mfg Co class A—-5
$6 prior preferred
-50
8% debenture stock
100
Derby Oil & Ref com
*
A conv

6

1654
554
%6
134
2 34
434

Detroit
Detroit

20

£1

Dominion Sceel & Coal B

IX

UH

14 X
Sale

4%

11%

5
12 X

Dominion Tar & Chemical.__*

5 %%

For footnotes see page




53.

100
*

33%
1%
32%

11%
13
17%
1834
lVs Sale
2%
2%
%
%
23
Sale
24
27%
10
10%
12
131/
1%
2%
.

IX

Divco-Twin Truck Co com—1

1
*
-.25

Sale
18%
Sale
25%
5%
4%

3

7%

A*
6%
3

13
7%

3%
1

Sale

35

IX
34%

30

4

34
154
134
434

334
1734
10 34
2554
5

99

Nov.. 25
Nov. '7

10

27%
10% Sale

454
1734
12 34
27 34
534

134
2 34
•34
2134

4

Nov 29
Nov. 4
Nov. 22
Nov. 6

*

Feb.

15

Feb.

2

154 Oct.
334 Feb.
Apr.

8

Feb.

2

1%
3

7X

6X

Sale

-

334
154 May 21
75
May 22 105
154
134 Oct. 19
734
334 May 15

71X

74

Jan.

6
5

24

Nov. 28

Jan.
Nov.

4
8

Jan.

8

% May 24
Jan. 26
34 May 18

134 Feb. 15
2234 May 23

Nov. 29
2
July

5
834 Feb..
Apr. 23

84

4

23

55

8
14

18

4
5

134
108
154
634
.

16

Nov. 28
Nov. 15

Nov. 28
Nov. 15
Nov.

8

Nov.

7

Nov. 15

Nov. 14

Nov. 25
Nov.
Nov. 14
Nov. 18

a:

34 Jan.
4
954 Nov. 8
1134 Nov. 23

Feb. 15
Feb
16
Apr.
8
Apr.
9

Oct.

30

*88

Jan.
3
May 21
26
May 14 112 1 Feb
Nov. 16
154 Nov. 16
8
Oct. 16
Aug. 26

234 May 28

Nov. 15

July
834 May
21
May
434 May
3
June

34. May

11
22

17

28
5

4"
llH
8

5

22

15

9
14
5
Feb
16
Jan.
3
Apr.
9
Feb. 23
Nov.
7
Jan.

Feb.
Jan

33
6 103
Oct.
4
8434 Feb.
Jan.
3
1
2
Sept. 18
29
Sept. 26 3734 May 29
14

Feb.

734 May 15
1534 May 15
34
134
34
1234
2154

May
Feb.
Nov.
May
Sept.

15
23

xlO

22
28
12
Apr. 16

12

Nov. 29

1234
1834
134
254
154

Nov,
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Apr.

14
25
9
14

Nov.

1

10

1
22
1034 Nov. 30
1534 Sept. 20
134 Apr. 25

1034 Nov. 30

1034 Nov. 30

12

12

Nov. 29

Nov. 29

23

Nov.

28

Apr.

1334
934
734
2534
1234
554

Jan.
9
Apr. 25

67

23

67

Mar. 29

5654 June 12

78

Jan.

134 June

6

"634

Nov. 13

4 34

Nov. 16
Nov. 13

8

Nov. 12

734 Nov.
4

634 Nov.

7

70

Nov

"I

8

4
5 54 June 10

13

Mar.

334 Oct. 29
2534 May
2
4

June 10

554 Mar
6
Mar. 29

3 X
64%

3

May
3934 Jan.

3
754 Jan.
3
2434 May
4
634 Jan.
2
54 Apr.
4
134 Apr.
1
4
May
834 Feb. 15

23'

58

"iif

4

Nov. 16

254 Sept. 6
1154 Aug. 26
3 34 May 14
34 Jan.
4
134 May 15
154 Jan. 25
3 34 July 17

13

7

2

3

•

Nov. 14
Nov.
9
Nov. 2
Nov. 9
Nov. 12
Nov. 8

2 %

7%
4%

June

18

6

15
28
25
24

7

25
12

21

134
7734
234
1334

134 Nov. A
3434 Nov. 19

1234
1834,
134,
254'

*» Oct.

% Aug. 17
May 29
% Nov. 6
634 May 21

134 Nov. 15
33

4 101

Nov. 12

18

21

Nov.

Nov. 26

11

%

2

1

18%
IX
2%
%

2

Nov.

-

21
4

1154 May
3
3334 Nov. 18
634 Nov.
9
1
Nov. 12

4 110% Nov.
8
Nov
154 Nov. 16
Nov, 16
18
734 Nov. 18
Nov

Nov. 6
Nov. 28
1
Nov.
Nov. 6

7034 Feb.
234 Jan.

45

% Nov. 29
4
Nov. 29
6 34 Nov.
8

12

10
26
10
16

634 May 22

134 Nov.

29

Jan.
Jan.
May
May

May 22
354 May 21
% May 16

22 34 Nov.

Nov

9

98

2

Nov

9
20

May 27
34 Jan.
4
May 24
7
May 15

Nov, 12
Nov 29

Nov,

31

10

19

6
Nov.
1
Nov. 8
Nov. 8
Nov .'18
Nov.

May
Feb.

834 Jan.

6

18

J

Nov. 28

734 Nov.

334 Nov. 19
9
•1
Nov.
Nov.
7
33

17%
1%

18

70

4

101

1

21
7

4%

29

1%

30%

3

64

4%
18%
11%
Sale

5

4

54

76" "77"

3%
17%
11X
27X

100% 100

1%
30%

com.-l
Mich Stove Co
1
Paper Products
-1

dep rets ord reg.__

4%

1X

31%

Detroit Steel

Am

8%
16%
10%
24%
5%
3%

99

Co—-1

6 % preferred ww
Detroit Gray Iron Fdry

2

4% Sale
'A
X
IX
1%
2
2Vs
4%
4%

Feb. 19
Feb. 28
Nov. 14

3

134 Nov. 2
Nov. 30
1
Nov.
8

1234 Nov.

1
1X
IX
1%
24
2134
21%
22%
20%
34
%
%
%
,y*
6
4
3%
7%
3%
534
6%
5%
5%
5%
2
2
1X
IX
110 34
108% 110
110^ 114
2%
154
1%
1
1%
734
9%
6
7%

1

*

preferred

Detroit Gasket & Mfg

1%

Sale

14

0

3834 Apr. 25
54 Apr.
5

3

1

Curtis

Decca Records common

3
Sale
Sale
Sale

11

24

1034 Sept. 13

1034 Nov.
7
3334 Nov. 18
634 Nov. 9
1
Nov. 12

Nov.

% Nov.

Oct.

154 June 28

70

7

Mar.

3

4234 Apr.
Aug.
May
67 54 May
111
May
108
Sept.
134 Jan.

Nov. 7
34 Nov. 12
954 Nov.
8
1134 Nov. 23

7
2
6
4

2

2134 June 10
34 May 29

7

Nov. 12
Nov. 8

6

Mar. 26

Jan.

6

234
454
734
88

51

94

1
6
1

6534 Nov.

1

%
6%

8

234
Nov. 12
Nov. 12 105
134
Nov. 29
734
Nov. 6

Nov. 29

1

9

7534 Nov.
1
120
Nov. 27
11254 Nov. 16
154 Nov.
4
3054 Nov. 14

9134 Nov; 26
34 Nov. 12
754 Nov. 27
10
Nov.
6

834
3354
454
34

Nov.

Apr.

Oct.

54 May 28
334 May 23
334 May 21
67
May 28

1

4
1

Nov.

8

15
Apr.
4
Apr.
4
Oct. 10
Oct.

754 Nov, 18
7
Apr. 22

Nov. 30

1 }4

4

Mar.

Oct.

4834
754
254
3 54

May
May
May
2
May
354 Sept.
654 May

4

134 Jan.

2

May

654 May
85
8

22
15
22
23
5
21

30

1434 Nov. 26

6

Nov.

12

2%

Sale

1^4
65

434 May 21
534 Nov. 12
May 20
% Nov. 23
334 Mar. 8

134 Nov.

24

14

12

»ai Nov.

1

7
11034 111
10934 Nov,
110
1 % Nov 27
1%
1%
1%
134
8
26
2834 Nov
2834
26%
28

2%

85

Nov. 15
134 Nov. 2

134 Nov.

30
14

3
4
3
4
3
3

28
28
14
8134 Nov. 18
Mar. 19
22 110
May 21 H534 Mar. 19

May
434 May
45
May
75
May

62

Nov. 15
134 Nov. 25

61

Jan.

4
49

534 Nov.
8
8754 Nov. 26

39

1%
1%
75 %

29$

154 Nov. 14

Nov. 28

54 Jan.
34 Jan.
834 Jan.
234 Jan.
2 54 Jan.
2 54 Jan.

234 July 10
734
454 Sept-17
June
7
1354
95
May 28 117
55
June
8 83
11
6
May 21
% June 28
7
Aug. 29

1

34 Nov. 29
4

Nov. 29

40

Nov.

8

2

10

4354 Nov. 12
5
Nov. 26
2 54 Nov. 14
234 Nov.
1

Nov. 14
4% Nov.
1

2 34 Nov.
2 34 Nov.

Sale

134

12%

95

IX
Sale

654 Nov.
1
8434 Nov. 29
8
Nov. 4
8134 Nov. 18
95
Nov.
4
101
Nov. 15
754 Nov. 18
654 Nov. 27
1634 Nov. 23
% Nov.
1

41

8

IX
5%
Sale

24%
%

18

Nov.

92

May 18
Jan.

6%

8

5%

554 Nov. 27
7834 Nov. 7
734 Nov. 14
'77
Nov. 25

108 %

36

Nov.

,

3%

Sale

Sale

Sale

5%
84 34

8
1

7X
.Sale

44%
Sale
2%
Sale
5

4

(The) Brewing Co.—— 1

preferred
Draper Corp
1,550
10

"320

Petroleum com

5% conv preferred--

Dobeckmun Co common
2,800
Dominion Bridge Co

100

'

2

2

83

54 Nov. 27
% Nov. 27
% Nov. 27

%
IX
1

Highest

3" May 15
% May 15
34 May 14
% May 15

Oourtaulds Ltd

Distilled Liquors Corp.---2.50
2,200
Distillers Co Ltd—

50

""700

Reynolds
$6 preferred A

825

53.200

73%
90%
103
0%
6%
Sale
Sale
6%

4%

4X

Products-----10
300
De Vilbiss Co common
10
100
7% preferred
10
300
Diamond Shoe Corp com... -*

200

~3", 200

1
*

Corroon &

Corp
Davenport Hosiery

5 200

Sale
Sale

43

IX
6

2

Nov. 26

3

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

8%

38%
6%
5%
16 %
%6
5%

4

10

2,400
20.500 Dayton Rubber Mfg

1,600

75

"m "16"

%
%e
534
134
134

434 Nov. 6
3% Nov. 30
45/8
3% Sale
534 Nov. 20
5
534 Nov. 27
5%
5X
13
Nov. 22
13
Nov. 22
13
13%
14%
12%
108% 10534 Nov. 12 10734 Nov. 19
104% 105% 107
70
Nov. 20
72
7434 Nov. 12
68
72 %
75
11
Nov. 4
11
1054 Nov. 7
10%
10%
U
% Nov. 12
% Nov. 26
8/e
x
:*
Sale
Sale
8
Nov. 28
1034 Nov.
1

3

—100

common...*
Continental Gas & Electric—
7% prior preferred-100
Continental Oil of Mexico....1
Cont Roll & Steel com
1
Cook Paint & Varnish Co
*

15.400 Daroy Petrol

3 060

"~ioo

Sale

Lighting Inc com. —2.50
100
Curtis Mfg Co (Mo)
5
1.100

77.700

1,500

com___l

5
25.900
Cuban Tobacco common----*

80

400

3

1

5

7% conv preferred
500 Crystal Oil Ref Corp com...
$6 preferred
350
Cuban Atlantic Sugar Co

4.500
,200
100

2

Sale
Sale
2%

5%

1,800 Crowley Milner & Co com—_*
Crown Cent Petrol (Md).
5
24.500
Crown Cork Internat cl A_ —
11,900

1.600

""210

43 %

3

Nov. 27

1118

%6 Nov. 14
34 Nov.
1

5/e
2%
%
%
%

Sale Prices

•

Sale Prices
Nov. 27
95% May 28 118
Sale Prices

4%
5X

nlH
77

Consol Steel Corp

Cosden

A*
Sale

94

£1
Am dep rets for ord stk reg-_
1.000
Creole Petroleum com
5
173,000
Crocker Wheeler Elec Mfg- — *'
67.700

200
50

Cons Retail Stores Inc

190
100

54,700 Cooper Bessemer Corp com—*
$3 prior preferred
*
5 300
40.100 Copper Range Co
15 300 Cornucopia Gold Mines.-—5c

1.200

500

4%% series B pref
4% pref series C

8% preferred-—-260
10.200 Consol Royalty Oil--

20

400

Sale

1%
2

63^

$3 preferred

870
67.700 Consol Gas Util com—
13,750 Consol Min & Smelt Ltd

320

8.200

Sale
Sale

X
4%

Sale Prices

113M Nov.

122

118

38

36.700 Conn Telep & Elec Corp
10,000 Consolidated Biscuit Co——1
39.900 Con Gas E L & P Bait com. — *

"5",400

Sale
Sale

80 %

3%

Ask

Ask Bid

10»

IX

700

2,600

7%

**>

5% preferred
100
7,750
1
131.600 Columbia Oil & Gas com.
Commonwealth & Sou Corp—

150

18.100

6%

—-1

—

400

22", 400

4X

10
*
60c preferred B—
*
14,000
2,600
$6 preferred BB
—*
3,420 Cities Serv Pr & Lt $6 pref.—*
$7 preferred
3,010
33.700 City Auto Stamping Co
10
3,500 City & Suburban Homes

♦
12,200 Cleveland Elec Ilium com
--*
71,400 Cleveland Tractor com
-100
5.500 Olinchfield Coal com.-.
18,000 Club Aluminum Utensil com_*
*
500 Cockshutt Plow Co Ltd

700

800

4

com..—1
2,600 Clayton & Lambert Mfg Co..4

5,700
1,800

7,350

-

100

preferred

2,450 Clark Controller Co
44,000 Claude Neon Lights

7,000

200

X

a

X Sale
7%
9
2%
3%
2%
3%
2 % i" 3

304,000 Cities Service common
$6 preferred
148.830

'28.500

7,400

%

Bid

113%

110

109

Central & Southwest UtilitiesCommon
50c
52,300
161,800 Central States Elec common. .1

2,900
37,200

Ask

Bid

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

Nov. 30

Nov. 1

1940

Shares

4,650

Jan. 2

Jan. 1

Shares

1

Price

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since

,

■November

RANGE SINCE JAN.

IN NOVEMBER

PRICES

SALES

43

EXCHANGE

CURB

YORK

NEW

Dec., 1940]

7534

Nov."27

Apr.
May
Jan.
Mar.

5
2
3
6
11

u

NEW

EXCHANGE

CURB

YORK

aggregate
sales

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since

Jan. 1
Shares

3,304
160

42,400
5,225
5,600
28,400
19,400
116,600
50,700
63,670
33,870
2,025
22,100
12,450
16,575
25,400
2,809
1,557,100
153,425
45,600
11,950
20,400
2,900
2,855
11,800
210

11,900
7,025
5,550
1,740
1,525
7,400
132,300
32,725
42,300
2,000

STOCKS (Continued)
Par
Driver Harris Co common—10
7 % preferred
100
Dubilier Condenser Corp.. — 1
Duke Power Co
100
Durham Hosiery cl B com..
Duro-Test Corp common—.1
Duval Texas Sulphur.
*

Eagle Plcher Lead Co.

.10

Eastern Gas & Fuel Assoc

*

70

75

H
2H
ex

1H
Sale

1
254
7
Sale

Sale

4$ % prior preferred

100

44

Eastern Malleable Iron Co. .25
Eastern States Corp com

Sale

54
18

54
Sale

1754 Sale
4

Sale

1754
1854
754 Sale
67 $ Sale

Electric Bond & Share

Sale

59

-

Electric Power & Lt. 2d

pf A..
Option warrants.
Electrographic Corp com. .—1
Elgin National Watch Co
15
Emerson Elec Mfg Co com
4
Empire Dist Elec 6%pref. .100
Empire Gas & Fuel 7% pf-100
8% preferred
—100
6% preferred.....
100
654 % preferred.
100
Empire Pow Corp part stk_.
Emsco Derrick & Equip Co—5
Equity Corp common
10c
$3 conv preferred
1
Esquire Inc
--1
Eureka Pipe Line..
50
.....

.1
1

Fairchild Aviation com..

Airplane.-1
—-.1
Fanny Farmer Candy com.—1
Fansteel Metallurgical Corp..*
Fedders Mfg Co common—.5
Fed Compress & W'house—25

Fairchild Engine &
Falstaff Brewing

2,010 Fiat Amer dep rets
Fidelio Brewery
1
2,390 lire Assoc of Phila
10
19,950 Florida Power & Lt $7 pref_
46,300 Ford Motor of Canada cl A._*
2,475
Class B voting

2654
108

254 Sale

7454 Sale
54
SA
154 Sale
754 Sale

954 Sale
354 Sale

Lowest

"3~" Sale"
1254

1354
Sale

24

Sale

Sale

59

12
Sale

6

Sale
Sale

6554
1754

Sale

56

Sale

1254
154
1154
2954

1754

354
12

2654
I

"/A

xiH
29

86

88

80
84

Sale

28$

2154

OcUt)

H Sale

1%
11

24

1%
Sale

■w 2r
12

12

6 54

1454
2954
354

70 54
64
70

lit Sale
Sale

4

Sale

70

23$
22$

4

1254

354
63 54
64
60
61

88

9

10 54

6754

6854

96$

Sale

17
17 X

Sale

17$

25

3

2354

21

154
954
454
654
2354

4
13
Sale

2

Sale
Sale
654
24

Sale
57 54
14
2
14
32

115

1154
1054

6
6
6

Nov. 27
Nov. 27
63
5454 Nov. 26
Nov. 29
13
Nov.
8

A*

Nov. 20
Nov.

29

4

Nov. 28

W*
83

Nov. 12

85
79

254
2154
154

1054
354
654

3
23

22

8

Nov.

6

1154 Nov. 9
354 Nov. 14
4054 Nov. 15
6054 Nov. 20
1454 Nov. 22
54 Nov. 12
19
Nov. 14
1854 Nov. 9
Nov.

4

6

12J4 Nov. 12
7

Nov.

1

7454 Nov.
6554 Nov.

1
4

18

1

Nov.

254 Nov.
1
1254 Nov. 20
30
Nov. 7
354 Nov. 2
7954 Nov. 12
8854 Nov. 18
89

Nov. 18

8754 Nov. 18
8754 Nov. 19
2254 Nov. 14
54 Nov.
2154 Nov.

4
8

254 Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

8
8

2254 Nov. 27

9

1154
Sale

7

2

254

Nov.

6

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

29
15
15
15
4

1154 Nov. 12
454 Nov. 1

354
654
2354
854
854

7

Sale

Nov.

3

Nov.

2

6

8

Nov. 15

7

2554 Nov 29
1054 Nov. 8
954 Nov. 26

17
er

70

67

1

Xt Nov. 26
20

2554
954

25

Nov.

2054 Nov.

Sale

20

Nov. 14
Nov.
7
Nov. 12

80

2454
754
Xt Sale

0§54

Sale
1254

Nov.
Nov.

4

6$

30
38
40
34
17
18
2054
(Name chan ged to Great
Sale
Sale

Nov.

1254 Nov. 27

Sale

954 Sale

67

% Nov. 27
16
16

2254

5<t Sale
Sale
205

Nov.

7
8

354

84

754

Nov.

12

17
17

85
8554 Sale
8554
8954
8354 Sale

86

6

56

76

Sale

S 5o

6

Sale

1554
1554
354
1254
454
64

79
84

76"" "85"

954 Nov. 6
354 Nov. 27
Nov. 6
35

12% %

17

Highest
Sale Prices

.

36
57

18

Lowest
Sale Prices

7454

1054 Sale
354
354
3654 Sale

17H

Highest
Sale Prices

25
Sale
2454 Nov. 23 27 54 Nov. 4
10654 10954 10754 Nov. 4 10954 Nov. 7
3
3
Nov.
4
254
254 Nov. 15
75
Nov. 28
7354 Nov. 6 75
54
54 Nov. 8
54 Nov. 8
Sale
IX Nov. 2
154 Nov. 8
754
854 Nov. 15
75l»
754 Nov. 4

11

12
3 54

19$ Sale

300 Eversharp Inc common

84.500
635,000
7,700
16,570
74,400
13,100

Nov.
6
19
Nov. 23
New York Brewery)
Nov.
1
Nov.
7
69

67

11154 Sale
11154 Nov. 29 115
Nov.
1
12
1154
^154 Nov. 6 1254 Nov. 12
1054
1254
11
Nov. 6
1154 Nov. 26

Ford Motor Co Ltd—

50,500
Amer dep rets—Ord reg £1
7,200 Ford of France Am dep rets
3,650 Fox (Peter) Brewing Co — -—5
Franklin County Distilling Co.
22,100
formerly Taylor Distilling.. 1
Froedtert Grain & Maiting—
11,200
Common
1
11,800
Partic conv preferred
15
66,200 Fruehauf Trailer Co
-1
1,425 Fuller (Geo A) Co com..
1
2,175
S3 conv stock
*
2,375
4% conv preferred——100
. ..

300 Gamewell Co $6 conv pref.
Gatineau Power Co com...
210
5% preferred

1100

2% Sale
1
1M

Tire &

Rubber—

100
1,255
6% preferred A
1,700 Gen water Gas & Elec com -.1
*
2,000
$3 preferred
5,615 Georgia Power S6 pref.-.i
110
$5 preferred8,000 Gilbert (A C) Co com
610
Preferred
600 Gilchrist Co

41

15 X

10

IX

IX

14X
1354

1454
1454

39

48

% Sale
45

60

900 Gorham Inc class A

3854 Sale

3,075
13,800
6,850
17,900
2,975
13,190

S3 preferred
Gorham Mfg Co common...
Grand Rapids

7^

2,700 Guardian Investors

8X

9

'97$ "9854

A*

7
60

For footnotes

see

page 53.




1954
1854
2654
29

154

454
554
1554
16
3354
37
Xt Sale
5454
57

454
1754
35
54
5554

79
33

1tt
Sale

35.
54
H
% Sale
Sale

9

89

57

854 Mar. 20
X May 21
Aug. 16
254 Sept. 26

19

Oct.

31

154 Oct.

3

22

754 May 22
354 Nbv. 29
6
Sept. 6
1754 May 22
8
June
6
5 54 May 17
33
May 11
954 Jan. 15

Oct.

28

8854 Oct. 28
26
11

Oct.
Jan.
Jan.

28
13

8
Xt Feb. 27
2554 Mar. 4

5$ Apr.

6

Apr.

4

31
2■

June 18

1254 May 10
654 May
8
1054 Apr.
6
28
Apr.
9
1554 Mar 28
954 Nov. 26
36$ Mar. 9
19
Nov. 23

Feb. 29
5154 May 29 70
8454 May 21 11554 Oct. 19

854 June 29
854 July 25

30

90

8554 Feb.

754 Sale
27
Sale

9
98

105

%

18*
454
9254

X
.....

1554

17

2544

2654

5$

7
Sale
132
Sale

X,
44

854

654

2954
1654
2954
5

554
12954
102

54
4454
9

654

Nov. 19

90

554
1754

Nov. 19

54 Nov.

2

Nov. 20
Nov.
4

154 Nov. 12

40

5
16
35

57*

54 Nov. 14
5554 Nov. 8

54 Nov. 2
5654 Nov. 27
1.4 Nov. 26

30

Nov.

Nov.

60

84

89

654
4554
354

654
4654
454

2

Nov. 20

5

1754 Nov. 27
Nov.

35

2

1

82

Nov. 19

Nov. 27

79
30

1

54
6254

36

Nov.

Nov. 27

8

6

Nov. 27
Nov.
1

5854 Nov. 28

6554 Nov. 16

Nov.

103

Nov. 16 103

Nov. 16

40

Nov. 12

4054 Nov. 25

98

Nov.
6
Nov. 27
Nov.
4

99
87

6

45

Nov. 23

87

Nov. 27
Nov. 27

654 Nov. 9
45
Nov. 23

854 Sale
854
19
1954 Sale
554 Sale
454
9454
9154
Xt
Xt
30
3754
1
"ix
154
154
Sale
1554 Sale
1454
Sale
30
29
2854
O
554
554
554
554
5
454
454
Sale
128
12854 129
103
9854 10054 98

94^ -a

Xt Sale
4454
4254
9

154
34

1 i l$

%
54
154
554

2654
6954
1

754
2554
6254
54

54
154
554

154
554

854

5

17$
17

Jan.
Apr.

2
3

18

Nov.

12

Sale

154
Sale

Nov.

July
May
May

29

15

90

31

July
5
154 Oct. 28
54 May 22

78

4 54 Aug. 16
9
May 18

25

Feb.

19

54 June 11
Feb. 15
8
65
May 23
2554 May 22
54 May 15
Xt Aug. 20
50

*•« Mar.

55

June

11

40$

July

Aug.

454 Oct.
9154 Nov.

854
26
65
54

2t

554

25*'

154 Nov. 29
Nov. 22
Nov. 26

11
18
4

17
31

Nov.

Feb.

154
18

Nov.

6

123

6

88

Sept.
May
May

54 Nov. 26
Nov. 14
954 Nov. 26

36

54 Aug. 16
June
8

2

154 Nov. 27

154 Nov. 25

Xt Nov.
4054 Nov.
8

30

Nov.

Nov.

7
6

45

1

8
26

64

Nov. 27
Nov. 20
Nov. 15
54 Nov. 26
54 Bov. 14

154 Nov. 9
554 Nov. 19

854
2754
6654
X
Xt
154
6

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

13
14
9

7
26
7
13

Oct.

9

Nov. 26
Apr. 24
1154 Jan. 19
Jan. 30
135
11454 Apr. 26

Nov.

4

8
21

Nov. 29

8

8
8

Nov.
Nov.

7

31

June

Nov.
Nov.

554
554
130
10254

May

dl*
Jan.
28 5^ Oct.

Jan.

Oct.
June
June

1

1554 Mar. 7
1754 Nov. 27
Apr. 29
Xt Apr.
6
65
Apr. 17
'h Mar. 11
90
Mar. 8
48
Apr. 12
1
Apr.
6
154 Jan.
3
81
Apr.
8

41

954 Nov. 26
3254 Apr. 19
Apr. 18
Apr. 26

May

Nov. 12

754 Nov. 12
9254 Nov. 4
Xt Nov. 8

Jan.

Aug. 28
Mar.
5
X01H Feb. 13
Mar 12
A* Apr. 4
49
May 15
554 Apr. 22
654 Apr.
8

Oct.

954 Nov. 26

July

27
154 Oct. 28
154 Nov. 12

106

Aug.
8
May
32
May
88
May
87
Nov.
454 May
98

23

Nov.
Nov.

Nov. 14

34 54 Nov.

18
7

Nov.
Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

154 Apr. 23

5454 Nov.

12

Nov.

Nov.

354 Feb.
2
154 Jan.
9
2554 Nov. 27

*1154 Apr. 12
2054 Apr. 11
32$ Jan. 26

654 Apr.

3554 Nov. 26
11254 114
11254 11354 11354 Nov. 22 113$ Nov. 29
110
111
11054 111
11054 Nov. 18 111
Nov.
7
3
Nov. 15
2$
354
254
354
354 Nov. 13

854
25
6654

54 Jan.
854 May
1654 May

4

1954
554

154

9

52

Sale

%
54
30$ Sale

"70"

154
154
654 Sale

5154 Nov. 26

22

12X Jan.

2

654

54 Sale
40
43
854 Sale
154

Nov. 20
Nov. 6
Nov. 28

18
28
30

6454
154
154

82" *84"

X

54 June

54 Nov.

!«4 Nov. 26

28

June 25

1

954 Nov. 1
1954 Nov. 19
2054 Nov. 8
29
Nov. 14
3454 Nov. 18
5454 Nov. 7

10354 10054 103
10
11
954
11
3954
4054 4054 41
9854
99
9854
99
92

154 Nov. 1
54 Nov. 28
2554 Nov. 27

8

9,

6554
154
154
1
Sale

"354 ""454

5

24

-5
47,000 Hall (C M) Lamp Co
554
15,350 Hammermill Paper Co com.. 10
25 "67"
735 Hartford Electric Light
Hartford Rayon com v t c
1
18,100

1

3

91

254
76

6
1

93

45

* 109
112
254
5

1

Mar.

May 25
2054 Nov. 8

754
54
10 54
21

2

88

554

254
254
iz
1
Q
25
38$ Sale
* 11254 Sale

_*

4

June 11
June 29

354
51
42

54 Nov.

90

88

50 Gypsum Lime & Alabastine..*

1,600 Hart man Tobacco com
20,600 Har vard Brewing Co.
10,200 Hat Corp of Am cl B com

1254 Jan.

56
57

Xt
14
2 54
12

854 Nov.
1954 Nov.

49

65

76

common.

2,920 Gulf States Util S6 pref
$5.50 preferred
1,430

Apr.
1
Sept. 23
May 3
Jan.
9
Jan.
8
Apr 25

5554

854
13

6

5354

Greater New York Brewery—

154,800 Gulf Oil Corp

24
15
22
21

Apr. 24

4054 Nov. 15
6054 Nov. 20
May 14 1454 Nov. 22
1$ Apr. 18
Oct. 26
Apr. 29
May 21 28
Apr. 30
May 21 28
454 Apr. 23
May 16
June 22. 17$ Jan. 25
854 Jan.
5
May 22!
May 22 75$ Oct.
3
Oct.
3
May 21 66
Jan.
4
May 21 20
354 Jan.
3
May 18
14
Jan. 30
May 21
Nov. 7
May 28 30
554 May 13
Sept. 13
July
3 80$ Oct. 16
Oct. 28
June 11 91

Nov.

101

Gray Manufacturing Co
10
9
Gt Atl & Pae Tea 1st pr8f..l00 131
Non-voting common stock. ♦ 110

Formerly Fidelio Brewery.. 1
74,100
12,750 Great Northern Paper Co—25
29,900 Greenfield Tap & Die com—*
Grocery Stores ProdCommon
25c
9,000

6 X May
1 $ May
1254 May
26
May

54

54
9

154 Nov. 12
54 Nov. 28
20

52

31

*

*
10

54

30
Sale

26

454

Varnish Corp. .1

25

954
1954
19
28
3154
5054

;&

454

com

154 Sale
54
1
23

954 Sale
1954 Sale
2054
21

'#4

50.Gladding McBean & Co
*
306,050 Glen Alden Coal Co
5,750 Godchaux Sugars class A
*
Class B
*
11,800
790
S7 Preferred
*
1
24,900 Goldrield Oonsol Mines
50 Goodman Mfg Co
-—50

21

8654

Sale
Sale

26

40

—

...

154 Sale

195!
54

1054
1754
27$ Sale
19
19$

■

5,100
American dep receipts.- ..£1
*
27,500 General Fireproofing com.
"*
320 General G & E $6 pref B-16,700 Gen Investment Co com. :::i
*
1,715
$6 preferred
6,200"
Warrants
1,200 Gen Outdoor Adv 6 % pref. 100
*
2,660 General Pub Serv $6 pref_
2,300 General Rayon A stock—
III
16,800 General Shareholdings
*
4,500
$6 conv preferred

2054 May 27 32 54
10754 Mar. 23 110
354
1X Jan. 31
64
Mar. 21
79$
154
54 June 17
254
54 May 21
5
854
July
2

"

*

100 Gellman Mfg Co common- ...1
*
14,400 General Alloys Co
...
General Elec Co of Great Brit

Jeneral

1

Sale Prices

Ask

Ask Bid

107

154

100

$7 preferred series A
$6 preferred series B
Easy Washing Mach class B.
Economy Groc Stores com...

Bid

2554

31

29

Nov. 30

Nov. 1

Ask

Bid

6% preferred

$6 preferred.
$5 preferred

RANGE SINCE JAN.

Price
Jan. 2
1940

654 May 22

54 Nov. 26
4954 Apr. 30
10$ Apr. 22

154 Nov. 27
254 Jan. 12
$ Jan. 12
Xt Mar. 12
A
June 10 3954 Jan.
10754 May 24 115,54 Sept. 24
102
June
6 llf$ Feb.
1
3
Nov. 15
354 Nov. 13

25$

554 Feb.

20$
62

8

May 21
May 18
54 Sept. 30

54 Nov. 14

1$ Jan.
3
4$ May 22

14i

Apr.

4054 May
70$ Apr.
154 Jan.

9

3
3
10

$ Feb. 28
2$ July 30
8$ Apr. 5

Dec., 1940]

NEW

YORK

45

EXCHANGE

CURB

AQQREQATE

November

Jan. 1

CURB

150

16,900
500
100

200

650
50

700

1,725
700

3,900
2,700
400

stocks

7,700
12,600
8,800
152,500
10,700
6,650
3,100
1,870
1,700
5,600
16,095
•9,700
18,300
27,400
6,000
25

"""350

1,550
3,500
10

950
40

100

16,300
4,800

460

3,450
124,800
100,100

1,050

7,600

100

900
500

500

7,700
10,700
11,000
5,400
50

EXCHANGE

Par
*

common-_5
.50

2

6% conv preferred

Class a

28

25

2%

Sale

18*4
6*4
5%

6*

*
*
Co common.-2

4*
8*
8*

19

8%

16*4

25c

Hecla Mining Co ....
Helena Rubenstein Inc

Heller (w e) &

Ask

29%

Bid

(<Continued)

Hazeltine Oorp
Hearn Dept Stores

10

7% pref ex-warrants
25
Corp com—.5
Heyden Chemical Co
,--^9
Hires (Chas e) Co cap stock-. 1
Hoe (k) & Co class a.
10
Hollinger Consol g m
5
Holophane Co Inc common.. ♦
h order's i no
*
Hormel (Geo a) & Co com-..*
Horn (a c) Co common
*
Horn & Hardart Baking co—*

19,100
13,750

Sale

.

69%
.....

"M

12*4

12%

13 *4

-*

50

31%

29

500
400
200

1,500
260

60

2,070
200

"""266
25

6,500
1,600
2,600
6,900
25

79,900
20,600
700
200
500

100
2 200

300
450

1,800
5,500
200
25

2,200
2,450
3,000
1.100

8,100
500

800
320

170

35,400
25
.

80
900

300

20
20

6,000
400

500
100
100

300
25
350

5,100
4,675
9,600
17,150
38,400
12,500

5H

1,600

14,200
2,900
10

700

100

"'"800
36,000
3,100
500

1,300
100

1,200

*
—*

International Vitamin
1
Interstate Home Equip com._l
Interstate Hosiery Mills
Interstate Power $7 pref

*
*
—1
t c__*

Investors Royalty Co
Iron Fireman Mfg com v
Irving Air Chute common
Italian Superpower cl a

7*
7
2

7%
8%
3

2%
29

28

3%
23%
5%

26

12%
70

18%
8%

i§*

11

10

3%
Sale
Sale

Sale

13*4

31%

A
8%

a
18
32%
3%
7%
10%.
4%

A
'A

87

10.100

Lobiaw Groceterias class a—.*

Class b

For footnotes see page 53.




*

Sale

26

Nov. 20

26

Nov. 29

24

Nov. 26
Nov. 13

Nov. 25
Nov. 19
Nov. 16

13*4

Nov. 27

73

Nov.

8

18*4 Nov. 4
11*4 Nov. 29
9*4 Nov. 7

6

33*4 Nov. 20

Nov. 14

30*4 Nov. 16
113
Nov. 25
18*4 Nov. 30
63 *4 Nov. 30
7*4 Nov. 14

18%

Sale

6%
8%

6%

13*4 Nov. 15

7%
8
2
Sale
38%

1*4
1*4
36

38

3%

3%

3*4

29

Sale

1*4

3*4
Sale

29

24%

8

8*4

Sale"
Sale

15
16

Sale

112

3%

j*
9

_

Sale"
Sale

18%
5%

3%
Sale
17 %
113

%
%
%
%
%
%
10%
11%
69% Sale
21

22

8% Sale
1% Sale
6% Sale
2% Sale
10 % Sale
10
10*4
3% Sale

%
9%

271

89%

104'" Sale"
35~il Sale

3*4
12*4
12*4

7
10
12

3*4
15

14*4

Nov. 30

Nov.

79^
72

|
Sale

18%
20
5%
6
1%
1..
6%
7%
3% Sale
9%
10%
9%
10%
3%
3%

3%
8%
11

3%

4*|

2% Sale
1%
1%
93%
100

Nov. 27

30

7*4 Nov.

Nov,
Nov,
Nov
nov,
3% Nov,
12% Nov,
14*1 Nov,
6%
7%
9%
8%

30
1
22
22
25

16
27

94%
101

109% 111
A
1

8

8

15
13
12
14

Nov.
Nov.

1
6

15
16

Nov. 26

*4 Nov.

6

5% Nov. 23
1*4 Nov. 6
6% Nov. 1
2*4 Nov. 6
9*4 Nov. 29
.0*4 Nov. 23
354 Nov. 8
a Nov. 29
Nov. 20

5

Nov.

7*4 Nov.
9*4 Nov.
8*4 Nov.
3*4 Nov.

29 113

% Nov. 9
.1% Nov. 13
>8*4 Nov.
7
19*4 Nov. 28

4

9
Nov. 16

Nov;

9

6

*4 Nov. 9
11*4 Nov. 13
72

Nov. 22

21*4
8 *4
1 *4
6*4
354
11*4

Nov. 25
'Nov. 1
Nov. 14
Nov.
1
Nov. 14
Nov. 9

11

Nov.

1

Nov. 20
4

Nov. 13

10*4 Nov. 26

Nov. 15

30
4

Nov. 22

% Nov. 7
16*4 Nov. 27
Nov.

14

7

*4 Nov. 25

2*4 Nov.

6

Nov. 19

1

Nov.
8
Nov. 14

8*4 Nov. 8
11*4 Nov. 28
5*4 Nov. 1
a Nov.

4
1

18*4 Nov.
16*4 Nov. 13
a Nov. 16
3

Nov. 14

1*4 Nov.

6

90*4 Nov. 6 94
Nov. 19
99
Nov.26 102*4 Nov.
2
108*4 Nov. 9 109*4 Nov. 25

1%

1% Sale
%
13%
10%
4%
8%

8%

11

%
14%
11%
4%
17

Nov. 28
Nov. 13
1*4 Nov. 1
1 *4 Nov.
4

79
58

Nov.

% Nov. 14
12*4 Nov. 16
7

10

4*4 Nov. 28
11
Nov. 19

11

Nov.
7
Nov.
1
Nov. 19

6

96

Nov. 23

10

Nov.

Nov.

5

90

Sale
56

46

55

12%
5%

12%
5%

12%
4%

13%
5%

43

44 %

40

44

13%

13%.
4%

16*4
4*4
8
98
100
100
Nov. 19 100
12*4
11*4 Nov. 2
11*4
12%

4

98

6

7

2% Sale
% Sale
34*2 35%

100

11*4

12%

12

Sale

13% Sale
3%
3%

89

Mar. 28

12*4 Nov. 6
5
Nov. 25

13]
51

Nov. 27
Nov. 14

4

3*4 Nov.

Nov.,
Nov.

7
8

Nov. 19

Nov.

7

4*4 Nov.

6

3%

q4%

3

8

4*4 Nov.

8

%

2*4 Nov. 12
254 Nov. 20
*4 Nov. 14
28*4 Nov. 18

Sale

% Sale
30
30%
9% Sale
17%
1%
18%
17%

9%
14
1 %

15
14

Sale
17*4
Sale

9
16

Nov.

4

Nov. 26

1 *4 Nov. 15

4

Nov. 27

3*4
*4
29*4
9*4

Nov. 7
Nov. 14
Nov.
8
Nov.
9

16

Nov. 26

1*4 Nov.

4

9
4
7
12

22
9

10
7
29
9

Jan.
Jan.

18
3
3

1

1

Feb. 20
Feb. 20

Apr. 24
Apr. 23
Apr. 10
Apr.
4
Jan.
8
Apr. 24
12*4 Jan. 17
5*4 May
3

*4
16*4
73*4
23*4
15*4
2*4

19*4 Feb.

7

June 21

19*4 Feb.
5*4 May

7
3

*4 Sept. 12
Sept. 5

5

% Apr. 24
8
Aug. 21
23*4 May 25
254 May 22
6 54 June 10
9
May 23
3*4 Mar. 13
*4 Mar. 11
12
May 21
12
May 22
*4 Apr. 10

1*4 May 22
1
May 14
80
90

97

1*4 Apr. 18
9*4 Mar 14
6
*4 Jan.
5
18*4 Jan.
37

Jan.

8

4*4 July 30

10*4 Apr. 27
13 *4 Mar.

20

5*4 Jan.
3
*4 Jan. 20
18*4 Oct.
3
17 54 Feb.
9
*4 June 24
3*4 May
7
2*4 Feb. 27

23 95*4 Apr.
2
27 103
Sept. 5
23 109*4 Nov. 25
22
A Oct. 22
8
June 10 39*4 Nov.
Nov. 27
27*4 Mar. 8

May
May
May
A Oct.

June 17 120
5
7*4
May 29
6*4
3*4 May 29
111
Jan.
2 112*4
%
A Oct. 29

1
[«

10
8

Mar,

9

Nov. 25

Apr.
6
Jan. 31
Mar. 7

Mar. 11
73*4 Mar. 30

Nov. 28
June
6

55

95

14
27
13
25
7

2

May
May
June
Sept.
Aug.

354 July 11
8
Sept. 27

Jan.

3

2 54 Jan.

9
8
11
8

Jan.

1*4
15
10*4
8*4

Apr.
Jan.

11

Nov. 19

Apr.

May 15

96

Nov. 23

21
11*4 June 25
454 May 21

75

Apr.

75

Oct.

5

13)

Nov. 27

z6«

Apr.

8

44*4 Oct.
25*1 Jan.
4*4 Mar.
May
z71
Jan. 12 100
9*4 June
4 12*4 May

23
3
25

1654 Feb.
6*4 Mar.
54 Feb.
6*4 Apr.
3*4 Oct.
*4 Jan.
35*4 Jan.

21
10
23
24

35

12*4 Nov.

2
25

June 26

May 21

3

49

15

4%
%

16%

1% Sale

4*4 June 20

4

12*4 Nov. 16

6
27

3
13*4 Jan.
24*4 Feb. 29
July 19
4*4
22
Apr.
6
8
21*4 Apr.
Jan.
5
113

June 29

1

9
22

9*4 May
0
9
Nov.
9
63*4 Mar. 11

12*1

*4 May 24
*4 July
5
A Jan.
3
9
Jan.
8
50*4 May 22
17*4 June 10
5 54 May 28

1

79
59%

46

16%
9
1

Mar.

20
22

12*4 Jan.

10*4 Mar.
102*4 May

79

1%

23

60
12
5

7%
%

3
10

6

Nov. 18
Nov.
4

55

39*4 Nov.

9

11
29

5*4 May
0
33*4 Apr. 24

6

Jan.
June
May
June
July
Sept.

5*4
5*4
5*4
7*4

Nov. 25
Nov.
7

75

31*4 Nov. 27
23
Nov. 27

86

15

27

113

24%

47%
11*4
5%

"9% '10%

23
21
4*4 Mar.
1
4
Aug. 13
55
June 28

2 54 Mar.
21 *4 May

117
Nov. 13 117*4 Nov. 19
116% 120
116% 120
7*4 Nov. 25
6*4 Nov. 7
7%
8
6%
6%
3*4 Nov. 6
4
3*4 Nov. 6
3%
4
110
110
%
%
A
%

21

84%

Sale

4

18

33% Sale

20

27

23

28%

5

Mar.

13*4 Nov.
May 20
May
May 22 92
13*4 May 21 22*4 Apr.
11*4 Nov.
6
June 11
12 .iJan.
5 *4 May 29
14
Jan.
9*4 May 23
14*4 Feb.
9 14*4 Feb.
29*4 Jan.
3 36*4 Apr.
3*4 Apr
2*4 Aug. 20
Jan.
120
Jan. 27 120
26
May 22 35*4 Apr.
Nov.
108
July
2 113
19*4 Apr.
13 *4 May 23
Jan.
47*4 May 17 68
9*4 May
4 *4 Feb. 23
8*4 June
8
Oct.
2
*4 Jan.
A June 26
10*4 Feb.
454 May 27
5*4 Oct.
4 10*4 Feb.
2*4 Feb.
1*4 Oct. 14
3
Jan.
1*4 June 26
28*4 May 23 47*4 Apr.

8

Sale

94

4

11

27*4 Jan.

8

Nov. 27

24

23% Sale

22*4 Sept. 11
7*4 Jan. 11
14
Apr.
3
12*4 Apr. 16

60

a Nov.

Nov. 20

28
21
21

_

Jan. 17
3*4 May
3

29

Mar.

a Nov. 29
5

21
22
22
23
23

June 25

8

3*4 Nov.

Nov. 18

10*4 Nov. 22
5% Nov. 1

2% Sale
1%
1%

38^

5% Nov. 27

12%

17%
17%
15% Sale
%
%

92% Sale
102% Sale
Sale

3*4 Nov. 27

3%
8%

18% Sale6
14% Sale
%
A

109 %

Nov. 6
Nov. 25

3
26

%

5%
% Sale
8%
12
26%
28%
8% Sale
10
11*4
5% Sale

1*4 Nov. 13
37*4 Nov. 4

% Nov.

8

7

1 % Nov.
1
36% Nov. 20

lll««Nov

%

19

17 h
17%
%

9

7

62

5

Sale
34%
Sale
Sale
12
Sale

6

2

6*4
Sale

71%
Sale
Sale
1%

2

Nov. 19
Nov. 7

7

7

9

3*4
6*4
6*4
9*4

Sale
Sale

26

8

Sale

9

6%
6%
1%
1%
36*4

3%
6%
7% Sale
7% Sale
9%
10

Sale

Nov. 26

17 % Nov.
57
Nov.
6 % Nov.

16

May
1*4 May
11
May
4
May
4*4 Jan.
7
May
May
7}
May
23}

1

Nov.

30*4
30
113*4 112

Sale

..

*

Nov. 15
Nov.

6
1
6

32

32

6*4
8*4

2B ^
111A Sa%

Lit Brothers com.--

28*4
2*4
20*4
7*4
12*4
11*4
8*4

8% Nov.
8% Nov.
13
Nov.

9

6*4
754
57*4

410 Kansas g & e 7% pref--—100 116*4 120
5
15,100 Kennedy's Inc
2,150 Ken Rad Tube & Lamp cl a._*
30 Kimberly-Clark 6% pref-_.100
1
3,500 Kingsbury Breweries com
Kings County Lighting—
83
92
7 % preferred series b
100
390
62 ^ 68
5% preferred series d
100
510
Sale
Kingston Product*-1
44,600
1
22,300 Kir by Petroleum
1
5,600 Kirkland Lake g m Ltd
13%
2,000 Klein (d emll) Co common._*
10
Sale
10
.1,100 Kleinert (i b) Rubber
Knott Corp common
1
6%
7%
5,900
7
12
100 Kobacker Stores Inc com.-—*

100
950 Lackawanna rr n j
1
107,500 Lake Shore Mines Ltd
57,100 Lakey Foundry & Machine..1
100
650 Lane Bryant 7 % pref
Lane Wells Co common
1
12,200
Langendorf United Bakeries—
Class a
*
300
Class b
♦
350
Lefcourt Realty com
—1
600
Convertible preferred—*
1,500
*
167,200 Lehigh Coal & Nav
Leonard Oil Development—25
48.100
Le Tourneau (r g) Inc
1
11.500
Line Material Co
5
18,500
3.000 Lipton (Thoa j)6% preferred 25

16

19%

2

Nov. 27
Nov. 27

68

6% Sale
7%
62%

60

2%
1%

6.000
16,800

Nov. 29

12 % Nov.

12%
Sale

7

—1
71,400 Jacobs (f l) Co
*
8,800 Jeanette Glass Co
Jersey Central Pow & Lt co—
5 >5% preferred
100
4,550
6% preferred
100
3.780
7% preferred
100
2,790
10
100 Johnson Publishing Co
100
198,600 j ones & Laughlin com
*
275 Julian & Kokenge com.

3,575

7

27

8

12

16%

Koppers co—
6% preferred
—100
Kresge Dept Stores—
4% conv 1st preferred—100
Kress (s h) & Co spec pref. _ 10
Kreuger Brewing Co
—1

6

Nov.

26%

6%

Sale

59

Class b

3.50 prior preferred
il.75 preferred

5% Nov.
11

11% Nov. 19
8% Nov. 16
25
Nov. 20

8%

58

*

b—*
*

9
2

20% Nov. 18

22

6% Sale
11
10%

17%

1
*

230

800

Internat Safety Razor cl

Nov.

11?*

Sale

67

i

Internat Util class a

Nov.

2

112

Am dep rets ord reg
1,300
_£1
* 11%
125,200 Imperial Oil (Canada)
12
Registered----- — -*
16,100
13
16,000 Imperial Tobacco Co of Can.-5
23
4,800 Imp Tob of Gt Brit & lrel..£l
-7.50
6,500 Indiana Pipe Line
3,820 Indiana Serv Corp 6% pref_100 "l5*4
7% preferred
2,600
100 15%
10,370 Ind'polis p & l 6*4% pf—100 111
Indian Terr Ilium Oil Co—
Non-voting class a
—
2,400
Class b stock
1
2,500
--1
4,300 Industrial Finance v fc c
7% preferred
3,050
100
71
10
40,200 Insur uo of North Amer
21%
9,100 Internat Cigar Machinery—_*
14
29,900 Int Hydro-Elec $3 50 pref—50
1%
50,900 Internat Industries Inc—-—1
1,850 Internat Metal Indus cl a--.-*
1,078,900 Internat Paper & Pow warr__. "2%
18
*
259.100 Internat Petroleum com
Registered
* 17%
5,600
4%
26,100 Internat Products common.--*

12,200
8,800
27.600
3,000
3,200
58,600
79,800

Highest
Sale Prices

26

28
Sale

3%
118%
29* 30%

3

1%

Imperial Chem Indus Ltd—

7.500

Lowest
Sale Prices

15

.

53,900 Illinois fowa Power Co
121,800
5% conv preferred
Div arrear ctfs
125,100
17,300 Illinois Zinc Co
250 Illuminating Shares Co a

Highest
Sale Prices

24

Hewitt Rubber

5% preferred
100
Hubbell (Harvey) Inc
5
Humble Oil & Refining
*
Hummel-Ross Fibre Corp
5
h ussman-Ligonier Co
*
tHuyler's of Del common.---1
7 % preferred stamped—100
7% pref unstamped
100
Hyaro-Elec Secur common—*
Hygrade Food Prod
5
Hygrade Sylvania Corp

Ask

25

8%

25

7% preferred w w

Lowest
Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Nov. 1
Bid

10,075 Horn & Hardart common..--*

2,580
"l",266

Jan. 2

1940

Shares

1,100
1,200

1

Price

NEW YORK
Since

Shares

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

SALES
In

June

9*4 July
2*4 May 15

15*4 Apr.
4*4 Aug.
*4 Apr.
2*4 Nov.
1*4 May
*| May
21
May
754 June
13
July
*4 June

10
12
21
20
15
27
27
27

12*4 Apr.
22*4 Mar.
1 *4 Apr.

13
10

18

NEW

YORK

EXCHANGE

CURB

VIE
PRICES IN NOVEMBER

3

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Sim

12

STOCKS

Par

Bid

5

13

—*

(Continued)

10

Locke Steel Chain Co

150

Lone Star Gas

105
8

Long Island Light common.
7% preferred series A —100
6% preferred series B
100
Loudon Packing Co com
Louisiana Land & Expl com.. 1
Louisiana P & L $6 pref
*
Lynch Corp oom
5

25
12

148

10,
25

4,

Manati Sugar opt warr
Mangel Stores Corp com
$5 conv preferred

Ask

13%

Manischewitz

(The B) Co
Mapes Cons Mfg Co

*
*

Bid

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

13%

14

% Sale

10

1

1

Sale

32

Sale

29X
IX
4%

Sale

Sale

38% Sale
1X
IX
5%
5X
103

101

26%

25

IX

Sale
2

31

38

10

103

2

105

23 X

24X

26X

26X

25

Sale

25

24

Sale

23% Nov. 15

1%
4%
106

23%

2%
Sale

108
25

&

nl

2

1%

2

40

37%
9

27"

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

1% Nov.
4% Nov.

9
1

Nov. 13
Nov.
8

14% Nov. 12
io% Nov. 4

10

7!

Nov.

33%
30%
1%
4%
105%

14% Nov. 12

10

48% Jan. 20

24

June

Nov.

23

10% May
1% Jan.

9
4

Nov. 15

!8

44% Jan. 20
2% Mar. 15
6% Apr.
8
June
3 106
Apr.
8
29
June 25
Apr.
2

May 21
3% May 22

Nov.
Nov.

Nov. 20

92

Nov. 14

24

May 21
May 22
May 25

Nov.

20

1% Apr. 22

May 21
May 20
May 21

39

Jan.

2

10

Oct. 18
Mar. 21
Jan.
2

25

May 21

29

Feb.

17

Apr.

7

1)
37% Nov. 20

27

30
10

Nov.

% Nov. 19

%

37% Nov. 20

14

26

Nov. 29

105
23

40

"26

Prices

13X Nov. 14
9% Nov. 26
% Nov. 15

14%
9%

35%

Sale

Sale

Sale

13%

Sale

44

Highest
Sale Prices

Lowest

Ask

Sale

Sale

1%

%
1
*

.

1,

Nov. 1

1940

ran.

thar

RANGE SINCE JAN.

Price

Jan. 2

27

Nov. 27

10%
2%
%
2%
29%

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

27" ""Nov." 27

2

24

Marconi Internat Marine—
Communication Am

"22"
1:

if:

Margay Oil Corp.
Marion Steam Shovel
Mass Util Associates

dep ret.
*

com
v

1

t c

Masaey Harris Co common...*

46!
6,
22,
2,

Master Electric Co

1

May Hosiery Mills—
$4 preferred

Mead Johnson & Co com

*

Memphis Nat Gas com

5

Mercantile Stores Co

*
1

55,
7,

Merritt Chapman & Scott
*
6 %% A preferred
100
Common stock pur warr'ts. .
Mesabi Iron.*
1
Metal Textile Corp com

25c

Participating preferred—15

7I:
26,

I:

i:
L29,

22

23 X

Michigan Sugar common..—.*
Preferred
--10

10X
Sale

3

IX
2X

Sale

32 X

Sale

55

Sale
162X 165X
4%
4%
16%
17 X
8X

3X

3X

60

IX
5X
150

4%
14

J* s'iF

3%

Sale
29 X
4X Sale
85%
89
X
X

37X' 42

6%
X
4

Sale

l'X
34X
106

2X
40

8

Sale

*
Sale

8

90

%
%6
2
40

Sale

7%
3%
Sale

Class Bvtc

4%
29%
4%

3%
%
5%

3%

7X

Middle West Corp common.-5

4%
87%
%
%6
1%
34%

8%
%
3%
7

%
Sale

Midland Oil Corp—

3,

*

82 conv pref

5X

7%

div shares.—
17%
18%
Midvale Co
---* 114% Sale
Mid-West. Abrasive Co
50c
1
IX
Midwest Oil Co
-10
7% Sale
Midwest Piping & Supply Co.*
10x
in
Mining Corp or Can
Minnesota Min & Mfg Co
58
Sale
Minnesota P & L 7 % pref .100
91
94%
Miss River Power 6% pref. 100
Missouri Pub Serv common...*
"I
4%
Mock Judson Voehringer.-2.50
11
Sale

17%
18%
117% Sale

ll!

2?;
26

$2

4X

non-cum

—

_

7%

10:
26,
252
19
20

3

£:
$
2,
1,

227,
45,
14,

lolybdenum Corp
1
donarch Mach Tool Co com
donogram Pictures com
1
donroe Loan Society cl A
1
ziontana Dakota Utilities—10
dontgomery Ward & Co A..*
dontreal Lt Hb & Pow com..*
doody's Investors partlc pref.
doore (Tom) Dist stamped
dtge Bank of Col Am Shs—
dountain City Copper Co.-5c
dountain Producers Corp—10
Mountain States Pow com.-*

I:

durray Ohio Mfg Co
duskegon Piston Ring
duskogee Co common
6% preferred
Nachman

L80!

f:

*
2.50
*
100

Springfllled Corp.-

36,

si:
10,

8s:
39,
54,
42,
9,

National Candy Co com
National City Lines com

*
1

50
1

National Fuel Gas

*

Nat Manufacture & Stores—*
National Power & Light—

86 preferred
National Refining com

*

com

*

National Steel Car Ltd.National Sugar Refg

*

National Tea Co 5 % % pref. 10
National Transit
12.50

National Tunnel & Mines.
National Union Radio..... 30c
Navarro Oil Co
_

4,

Nelson (Herman) Corp

Neptune Meter class A
Nestle Le Mur Co class A
Nevada Calif Elec com

3,

15,
23,
59,
13,
5,

Sale

1°
15

10X
15X

6X
7%
35

2*
7%

1

4

30

4

Nov. 18

84% Nov. 6
% Nov. 4
%> Nov. 27
2
Nov. 16

106

3

Sale
Sale

3X

94X Sale

"J*

>

10% Sale

"OX Sale"
IX

Sale

%
12 X

X
Sale
114X 117




36

%
2%
8%

20%
7%
15%
43%

1V

8
Sale

2%

Sale

4% Nov.

1
Nov. 20

89

4
7
Nov. 16

1

8

% Nov. • 7
3% Nov. 6
6% Nov, 13

4

3% Nov. 27
% Nov.
1
5% Nov. 30

3% Nov.
8
%* Nov. 28
8% Nov. 1

7

Nov. 18

1

95

18

8%
36

s*

Nov.

8

7% Nov.

7

11%
2%

ill

Nov.

sfl

*
10

"5

6%

?

7%
15%
43%

Nov. 25

Nov.
Nov.

7% Nov.

8% Nov. 14

34

Nov.
% Nov.

%

Nov. 18

41

% Nov. 15

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

7% Nov.

2\

6
Nov.
4
Nov.
8
Nov. 19
Nov. 22

5

Nov. 13

165
21

4% Nov. 12
9
6% Nov.
18% Nov. 8
Nov. 28
7
12% Nov.
16% Nov. 8

135

Nov."

1

87

8%
7%
10%
2%
%

43

Nov.
2% Nov.
4% Nov.
29
Nov.
6% Nov.

% Nov. 23
6% Nov. 18

100
*
100
*

New Idea Inc common ....«_*
New Jersey Zinc
25

1
•

*
N Y City Omnibus warrants.
N Y & Hond Rosario M
10

72 X Sale
24
27 X
124
124X

8

8

ill*

Sale

3%
17%

34

3%
14
Sale

35

8

June 10

4% May

4

%

3
5

May

6%

9%
%

43%
90

107%

ii it*

139%
15%
22

%
2%
2'
4

12

125%

June 26

May
May
May
Aug.
Apr.
May
May
May
May
July
May

6%
11% May

12% Nov. 13
12

Nov.

7

2% Nov. 14

9
7

9

Nov. 14

Nov.

2% Nov. 9
% Nov. 14
9

110

Nov.

6

Nov. 28

4% Nov. 15
8% Nov.
7
% Nov. 26

4

Nov.

9

10
May 10

Apr.

Nov. 25

Feb.

2

May

6

Nov.

8

Feb. 20
2

Jan.

k

16

30

Jan.

Apr.

10
4

5

Jan.

13

Jan.
Jan.

24
29

17

May

25
4%
21
6%
18
21%
21
1 142
28
28

Nov. 13

May 28

81%

3

May 28
7% May 21
June 10

1 % May

1

Apr.

9% Apr. 18
47% Sept. 23

18
29 171
26
28

8% May 21
% May 14
16
July
9
6% Nov. 18

10

8
11

4

2»

June

10

Apr.

June 10

11

Jan.

11% Jan.

5% May 22
24% Jan. 18
May 20

6^

June 12

7% Oct.

19
May 23
121
May
Jan. 23
j 2X
May
May
May
May 24 70%
94%
May
117%
June
Nov.
5%

35

30

Nov. 18

30

Nov. 18

9^

Sale

1%

18%

9% Jan

6

11

% Nov.

lis

31%
3%

5

9

15
15

27

May
Apr.
May

Apr.

Mar.

2
4

2

9
6

Feb.

29

Jan.

29

11% Jan.
% Apr.
31

8

Feb. 21

Jan.

3
3
25

11% Feb. 27
17% Apr. 22

47% Apr. 30
14% May
0
13% Jan. 25
3% Feb.
8

97% Jan.
3% Apr.

6

2

13

24

6% Feb.
54% Jan.
Feb.

20
6

76%

June

6

July
5
3% May 15
June

11

6% Oct.
6% May
8% Jan.
1
May
May
May
110% May
84% May
3
May
4% May
% Aug.

31

8*

20
15

23
15
24
27
22
25
28

11%
8%

Mar.

12%
2%
1%
12%
117%
84%

Apr.

6

Jan.

8%

Nov.

Nov.

15
9

July

10

Jan.

8

Apr. 25

May 22

Jan.

9

6
4

4

7
26

2%

Sale
52%
17%
20%
Sale
117
122% 123
Sale
4%
4%
Sale
14%
14%
69

4% Jan.

6

Nov. 20

61% Nov.

2

22

14%
64% Sale
1
1%
28

54*

2% July 18
% Mar. 20

Nov.

Nov. 16

Nov.

60%

EMay 15

9

10

Nov. 20

8

Apr.
1% Apr.
6% Apr.

Nov.

J Nov.

Nov.
2% Nov.
% Nov.

8

30

Aug. 29 108% Jan.
1

15

8
Nov. 12

Nov.

1*

1

Nov. 20

X Mar. 7
% Jan.
8
3% Feb. 17
42% Jan.
5

May 21
July 10
3% Nov. 6
6% Nov. 13

44

94% Nov.

10

4

2%

Oct.

1% Oct.
Sept. 20

89

75

89

2%

2

50

4

6

11%
2%

Sale

4

10

5% Oct.

97
1%

9

116

6% Nov. 18
14% Nov. 20
Nov.
8
10% Nov. 29
11% Nov. 20
2% Nov. 20

Sale

Jan.

30% Jan.

May 21
May 23
July 31

Nov.

Nov. 22
3% Nov. 8
8
Nov.
9

4

!*

3

Mar. 18

12

6
% Nov.
55% Nov. 14
94% Nov. 8

Nov.

4

9%

Jan.

Apr. 29

2

3% Apr. 16

Nov. 18

.....

5
*

5
42

20

25

Nov. 12

13

% Nov.
Nov.
94% Nov.

&

28

6%
9%
2%

2% Jan.

2% Feb. 20
% July 30
4% May 22
9% Jan.
4
May 24 170% Apr.
4
5 % May
2
3% May 21
11
18% Apr. 22
May 22

7

2% Nov. 12
8% Nov. 8

50

2%
8%

«

% Nov, 12

121

1% Nov.
7% Nov.
12

Nov. 20
Nov.
9

21
6

2

4% Feb. 29

123

19

Nov.
Nov.

117

10%
11%
% Sale

14

23

June
1
% Nov. 30
1% May 21
21% Jan. 16

% Nov.
% Nov.
2

1

%
Sale
8%
8% Nov.
115
115
118
116% 116
Nov.
84%
84%

9

53.

13%
Sale

2

87%

30

New Mexico & Ariz Land
New Process Co common
N Y Auction Co common

1%
7%

8

34

9% Oct.
2

103

% Nov.

118% 116
3
3%
3%
7
8
7%

93% Sale
2%
2%
4% Sale
29
30%
7
6%

8

com

92
116

42
11

24

New Haven Clock Co

61*

42%
11% Sale
11% Sale
2%
2%

100

6% preferred
82 preferred
New Engl Tel & Tel Co

Nov.
7
Nov. 22

7% Nov, 20

""

.

14.

Sale

11
Sale

15

Nov. 14
Nov. 30
Nov. 8
Nov.
1

35

\W,
So*

6

16X Sale
46%

46 X
10
12 X

4%
7%

7%
11%

$

X

3%
%
2%
32%

Nov.
8
1% Nov. 19
Nov.
7
6% Nov. 14
Nov.
1
Nov. 28 150
Nov. 2
4% Nov. 9
Nov. 19
17
Nov. 19

3% Nov.

7%
7%
164
Sale
164
164% 165
19%
20%
20%
20%
20%
23%
24
23%
25
23%
%
%
I
%
5
4%
4
Sale
3% Sale
3%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
15
16
17%
16
18%
130% 132% 135
136% 132
12
11%
12%
11%
16%
13%
14%
13%
7
8
8%
68
75
75

Sale

X

116

New England Pow Assn com.*

3% cum-4% non-cum

iJ:

27 X

3%

20

National Container (Del)

Nat Rubber Mach

Sale

Sale

1

Nebraska Power 7% pref..
Nehi Corp 1st preferred

I

26

11

Nat Bellas Hess com
National Breweries common-

83 convpreferred

L15,
152,
4,

24"

100

dountain Sts Tel & Tel

11,

5% Sale
27
28
X
%
2%
3
6%
7X

illy,

18
121

2

7X Sale
12
12%
X
51% Sale
91
94%
114

28

"16% "Nov." "7

27% Nov. 27

Midland Steel Products—

6,

6

60

Sale

3X
X

t C--

3%
27

27
30
22

108

-1
1

v

31

%
6%
%
3%
6%

Micromatic Hone Corp
—1
Middle States Petroleum—
Class A

55

11%
3%
Sale
2%

Sale

% 7tf
4X

%
5%

%
2%
29%

108% 105
X

8.

2%

5

1%
1%
1%
5%
6
4%
Sale
136% 139% 140
4X
4%
4%
4%
17
18
15%
17

'

M 2"^

1%
9%

IX
Sale

27

Metropolitan Edison Co—
$6 preferred
103 X 105 X
— *
Michigan Bumper Corp
1
Xt Sale
Mich Steel Tube Proa..—2.50

5

18%

2% Sale
2%
2X
4%
5

*

Participating preferred

1,

15%

7

*

McCord Radiator & Mfg B—*
McWilliams Dredging com—*

Merchants & Mfrs class A

1:

5

34

3%

Nov.

125% Nov. 22
5% Nov. 14

Nov.
Nov.
63% Ncv.
1
Nov.
31% Nov.
3% Nov.

15% Nov. 30
Nov. 27
Nov. 15
Nov. 27

69%
1%
31%
3%

Nov. 14

20

Nov. 19

10%
19

17% Nov.

1

18% June 14

30% Apr. 19

8% June
52% i,OV.
18
May

I

110

June

3% June
10% May
49
May
% July
26
July
2

Feb.

8% Sept.
15% May

Jan.

136%
8%
15%
69%

zl*
1V

12

Jan.

11

Jan.

3

Apr. 22
May
Apr.

2

2

Nov. 27

Jan.

8

3
25
Apr. 25
Apr.

Apr.

28% Jan.

25

NEW

Dec., 1940]
AGGREGATE
SALES

47

EXCHANGE

CURB

YORK

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN NOVEMBER
Price

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE
_

Since

Jan. 2
1940

Jan. 1
Shares

STOCKS

(Continued)

Par

Bid

8#

10,500 n y Merchandise Co com—10
7#
3,120 n y Power & Light $6 pref
♦ 107
4,410
7% preferred--------100
n y Shipbuilding Co—
11#
Founders shares
1
57,000
n y State Elec & Gas Corp—
2,650
5# preferred—-—-—-100
5#
7,900 New York Transit---- ,.— -5
21#
5,370 n y Water Serv 6% pref—100
5#
581,100 Niagara Hud Pow com--.--10
13,250
5% 1st pref--—
--100 86#
1,140
5% 2d pref
100
52,600
Class a warrants———— """#•
Class b warrants.—————
4,coo
5#
23,100 Niagara Share Corp class b--5
580

35,300
1,400
24,600
13,700
234,400
31,250
16,000
5,980
4,384
3,300
4,500
3,955

Class a

Sale

Vipissinsr Mines. —
-5
Noma Elec Corp com--——1
Nor Amer Lt & Pow com
1
$6 preferred
North Amer Rayon cl a——*
Class b common--*
6% prior preterred
Nor Amer tjtll Sec com

—50

5#
Sale

Sale
Sale

5#

67# Sale
9#
8#
1
1#
4#
4#

2,270 Ohio Power 6%. preferred—100
1,480 Ohio Pub Serv 7% 1st pref.100
1,350
6% 1st pref
100
4,800 Oilstocks Ltd common.-—---5
74,100 Oklahoma Nat Gas com——15
10,500
s3 preferred—
—-—50
7,275
$5.50 conv pref-----——*
——1
2,900 Omar Inc
4,635 Overseas Securities Co-——*
2,600
83,400
14,000
3,080
1,305

Pacific Can Co common--—-*

pref-— 25
preferred
25
Pacific Lighting $5 pref
—*
Pacific p a l 7% Pref
100
2,100 Pacific Public Service com-—-*
100

478,800

Pacific g & e 6% 1st

5 # % 1st

s1.30 1st preferred———*
Pantepec Oil of Venezuela—
American shares——-—

900 Paramount Motors Corp——
1,500 Parker Pen Co--.--—-----10
34,600 Parkersburg rig & Reel Co--l
370 Patcbogue Plymouth Mills—.*
5,100 Pender (d) Grocery cl a——.*
Class b
19,100
5,330 Peninsula Telep Co com-——- *
600
si.40 preferred
---25
1,800 Penn Mex Fuel common.-.50c

—2.50
1,300 Penn Traffic Co
393,400 Pennroad Corp com——-1
251,500 Pa Cent Airlines com—--—-1
450 Pa Edison Co s2.80prel———*
250
s5 preferred
—

98#

.

8#
19#

188
Sale

47

2#

3#

11

13

33# Sale
31

31#

89

90#
6

Jk*

20

21#
Sale

3$

4#

9# Sale

llA

Sale

aVA

t*

Sale
Sale

——-

...—

Sale

7#

8

""5#f

6~~

6# Sale
36
10 #

Sale

11#
1# Sale
7# Sale

11#
56

X
—6
22,600 Potrero Sugar com
4#
5
25,800 Powdrell & Alexander com
475 Power Corp of Can com-—---*
7X
190
6% 1st preferred——.100
"21""
9,200'Pratt & Lambert—
IX
63,800 Premier Gold Mining
40
950 Prentice-Hall Inc com—
*
9#
17,500 Pressed Metals of Amer—.1
17,600 Producers Corp of Nev——-20
9,500 Prosperity Co b common--—* "~4#
8#
2,700 Providence Gas Co.----—-—*
6
45,000 Prudential Investors com-—*
93
s6 preterred---4,750
Public Service of Colorado—
6% 1st preferred..--——100 106 X
190
7% 1st preferred
---100 110#
440
9054
29,900 Pub Serv of Ind $7 prior pfd—*
50
$6 preferred.
—
*
30,950
Public Service of Oklahoma—
prior Hen pref..——.100 103 x
2,060
110
980
ound p & l $6 pref—•
130,100
24#
$5 prior preferred———*
59,100
78#
12 X
83,600 Puget Sound Pulp & timb—*
-5
650 Pyle-National Co com—Pyrene Mfg.-———..10
~6#
9,400

For footnotes see page

53.




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91
71

11
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4

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34#
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2

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29

77# Nov.

6

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%
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27

4# Sale
6#
6#
120
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3# Nov; 4
Nov. 13
Nov, 4 22# Nov. 13
Nov. 20 109# Nov. 20
Nov. 27
Nov. 6 111
Nov.
8
Nov. 28 115

114

Nov.

4 116

Nov. 14
£109 Nov. 13
6# Nov. 26
21# Nov, 29
49# Nov. 1
117
Nov. 28
4# Nov. 8
2# Nov. 2

34

Nov.
6
34#
30# Nov. 18 31#
106# Nov. 4 108
81
Nov. 27 86
4

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2#
3
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14

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16# Nov. 4
32# Nov. 20
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192
14
91

4

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Nov. 22

26

4# Nov. 15
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2
31# Nov. 16
4# Nov. 8
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55
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16
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32
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17
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4# June 10
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5
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9
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41
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27
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30
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65

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3
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8
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6
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2# Nov. 29
8# Nov. 12

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34#
31#
108#
95#
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20

13# Feb.
May
26# May

87# Nov. 7
2# Nov. 1
7# Nov. 18

66# Nov. 20

72
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9

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1
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17
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95
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1# May 21
11# Jan. 15

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16# Nov.

2# Nov.
12# Nov.

3

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1
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38# May

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7# Nov. 14

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4
Nov. 26

23

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26 # June

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6

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97
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6
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7
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95

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44# May
15

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Nov. 26

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112
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26
27
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4

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4

7

71# May 10
9# Mar. 27
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5# Jan. 25
3
1# Jan.
103# Mar. 28
26# Apr.
8
3
26# Jan.
52# Nov. 9

28

7

4

8
Feb. 27
5# Feb. 16
99# Feb. 19

57
15

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8
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85

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1
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27

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49
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2# Nov. 22

108

May
5# Jan.
17
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3# May
73
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65# Nov.

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23# Apr. 22

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11
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109

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31#

31

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22
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18#
20
31
Nov. 9
34
29# Nov. 25 32
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114

10 # Sale
10
Pittsburgh Plate Glass com..25 100 a Sale
Pleasant Valley Wine Co
1
1#
1#
Plough Inc common
-7.50
9#
10#
450. Pneumatic Scale Corp Ltd- -10
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17,500 Polaris Mining Co

17,600
61,300
17,500
11,200

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23# Nov. 15
108

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9# Mar. 11
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98
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107

6

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82

5,610 Pa Gas & Elec class a.———
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1 ;853lPa Pow 3c Lt s6 pref
111
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s7 preferred
—
3,770. Pennsylvania Salt Mfg
50 167h Sale
1,0001 Pennsylvania Sugar Co...—20
22,150 Pa Water & Power—--—-—* "67# Sale"
89
91 #
6,575 Pepperell Mfg Co
100
1,050 Perfect Circle com.—---—*
2654
29
48,700 Pharis Tire & Rubber Co--—1
13,900 Philadelphia Co com
—*
560 Phila Elec s5 div preferred---*
2,050 Phila el Pow 8% pref—
25
16,400 Phillips Packing Co—
1
1,064,300 Phoenix Securities common.
68,450
s3 conv preferred a—
10
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18,400 Pierce Governor Co com
-1
90,600 Pioneer Gold Mines Ltd
42,800 Pitney Bowes Postage Meter.*
675 Pitts Bessemer & l e rr.—50
60,500 Pittsburgh Forgings Co--—--1
50
24,230 Pitts & Lake Erie rr

17# Nov.

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27
25# 27
49

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Ohio Edison $6 preferred—--*
Ohio Oil 6% pref— ———100

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23

Sale

I

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1
84
26

4

Ohio BrassclassB

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Sale Prices

106
107
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7
6#
6#
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29
27
28
27# Sale
3#
5# Sale
3# Sale
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75#
75# Sale
79
67#
65#
69#
62#
65#

1

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Ogden Corp common.-

Lowest
Sale Prices

7# Nov. 9
7
7# Nov. 19
7#
7#
7X
105
Nov. 9 106
Nov.
1
Sale
105# 106
Nov. 4
115
115# 115# Nov. 13 116
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2,635
7% preferred
100
11,600 Northern Pipe Line——.—10 ""6# "7#
14# Sale
25
77,100 Nor States Power a
18#
16#
10,050 Northwest Engineering-——-*
35# 36#
16.000 Novadel-Agene Corp--—*

80,400
10,300
3,600
13,500

Highest
Sale Prices

106

preferred-.--- -100

Niles-Bement-Pond com-----*
Nineteen Hundred Corp b—1

Lowest

106

19# Sale

13

Ask

Ask Bid

Bid

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Nov. 1

Ask

28
12

29
29

17# Nov. 13
1

7# Nov. 26

35

111
Nov. 28
June
June
113# May
9
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May 21 105# Nov. 29
Jan. 26 29
May 10
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NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since

Price
Jan. 2

Jan. 1

STOCKS (Continued)
6,070 Quaker Oats com

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118)4
—* 117
153)4
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12 H
1,350 Quebec Power Oo.
16
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Radio-Keith-Orpheum—•
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6,720 Railway & Light Securities...*
1,300 Rys & Util invest cl A com—.1
Raymond Concrete PileCommon
11,650

2,350

......——

1,190
5,800
9,300
11,625
4,400
18,500
4,200
686.500
8,300
2,900
30,100

210

300

1,200
1,200
400

1,900
200

33,600
500
700

2,700

34.900
4,800
225

3,400
300
50

10

1,200
15,500
14,700
16,000
4,200
16,900
8,700
6,600
4,100
17,500
23,800
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1,400
1,100
200

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300
800

4,300
1,700

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19,600
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Ryan Aeronautical Co
1
Ryan Gonsoi Petrol eutha
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Ryerson St Haynes Inc com—.1
St Lawrence Corp Ltd
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A $2 conv preferred——50
St Regis Paper Co————5
7 % preferred
—.100
Salt Dome Oil Co
1
Samson United Corp com——1
Sanford Mills.......—.—*
Savoy OilOo.
—5
Schiff Oo com
——-*
Scovill Mfg Oo
-25
Scranton Lace Co common—*
Scranton-Spring Brook Water
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300

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42

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Nov. 13
Nov. 26
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9
21
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3
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6
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1
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14
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5% cum pref A A A
2,980
100 113
10
1,100 Sherwin-Williams of Can..—*
14
1,900 Silex Oo (The) common——*
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6)4 May 22
May 17
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X May 21
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18
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May 21

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X Nov. 15
'At
X
'At
)4
6 106)4 Nov. 26
106)4 104)4 Nov.
104)4 104)4 106
Nov. 8
104
10454 105)4 106)4 10454 Nov. 8 105

Warrants

Securities Corp

554

554 Sale
14)4
1454
5
5)4
1)4 Sale

Scullin Steel Co common..—

—

4,500
50

A

Sale

)4

15
Reliance El St Eng Oo
5
13)4
Sale
Republic Aviation Corp.——1
Mfg Co
1
"6*" ""654
Rice Stix Dry Goods Co..— *
Richmond Radiator com..—1
2)4
154
Rio Grande Valley Gas CoAt
Voting trust et,fs
1
54
Rochester G &E 6% pfD-100
6% preferred O—
-100
Rochester Telephone Corp—
6)4% 1st pref
—100 115
12
Roeser St Pendleton Inc
.*
11)4
Rome Cable Corp common—5
11)4 Sale
Roosevelt Field Inc
5
Sale
3
Root Petroleum Co com
1
9
7)4
$1.20 conv preferred
20
X
Rodsia Tnternat Corp
—*
Royal Typewriter com
* 60)4 63
3
Russeks Fifth Ave Inc
.2-50
354

Selfridge Prov Stores, Ltd—
American dep rets reg
£1
1
93,700 Sentry Safety Control.
1,100 Serrlck Corp class B com—.1
2,800 Seton Leather com
74,125 Shattuck Denn Mining—...5
9,400 Shawinigan Water St Power—*
46,450 Sherwin-Williams Oo com...25

2,200

13)4 Sale
43

1

Rheem

9,750
8,850

950

y

1254 Sale
37)4

35)4

11)4

Lowest

Highest
Sale Prices

Nov. 12
103
Nov. 27 108
104
Nov. 14 157)4 Nov. 29
158)4 150
10)4 Nov. 27
10)4 Nov. 27
12)4

100
156

At Sale
754
9
X
At

Sale

9

$3 conv pref—. .————*
Raytheon Mfg com
...50c
Red Bank Oil Co.—

10

Lowest

Ask

Ask Bid

151

3.560

7,000
1,900

13,600
27,200
1,500

Bid

Ask

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Nov. 1

1940
Bid

Shares

210
100

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

SALES
In

Shares
580

EXCHANGE

OUBB

YOBK

aqqreqate

3)1 May 21
10
May 31
62)4 June 10
106

i

5< Jan.

May 21

X Mar.

554 May 29
8
May 21

18

10
7

)4 Apr. 16

.

100
3,100
900

i"500
500

600

1,500
700
400

2,700
2,000
120

1,300

400

2,400
50

700
1,500
150
1,100
240

1,500
300
300
5,200
2.350

2,300
200

500

6,400
4,400
275

18,800
.

300

150

1.400
2,500
1,900

500
dorp conv pref.
1)4
259,100 Simmons H'ware Sc Paint Go1)4
13,400 Simplicity Pattern Co..—-.1
*
100 Simpson's Ltd B stock
154
...100 152
9,340 SingerMfg Oo
Singer Mfg Ltd—
2
Am dap rets ord reg shs...£l
2)4
2,100
320 Sioux City G & E 7% pref.100
700. Skinner Organ Oo common...5
—
1
10,800 Solar Mfg Co
-—1
50.000 Sonotone Corp
—1
8,300 Soss Mfg Oo
1
18,900 South Coast Corp com..
31,600 Sou Calif Edison 6% pref B..25
5)4 % pref class O.—....25
22,800
5% original pref—...—.25
1,820
10,100 Southern Colo Power cl A...25
7% preferred
.—..—100
40
140 South New Engl Telep Co..100
2,900 Southern Phosphate Co.....10
24,200 Southern Pipe Line.........10
22,400 Southern Union Gas com—...*
Preferred A
.—.—.25
1,150
....5
30,500 Southland Royalty Oo.
.—.25
33,500 South Penn Oil

hH

'

—

10
2,750 So West Pa Pine Lines
13,500 Spalding (A G) St Bros]Inc—-1
5% 1st preferred..
...*
3,520
Spanish St General Corp Ltd—
Am dep rets ord reg shs—.£1
800
...
*
8,400 Spencer Shoe Corp
*
1,000 Stahl-Meyer Inc com
*
1,200 Standard Brewing Oo—
1
50,800 Standard Cap St Seal com

17,650

Conv

400

For footnotes

see




25

20

BH

5H

2454
254
1

2

....

10754 Sale
154

2

X

26)4

3
154

25)4 Nov. 25
5)4 Nov. 4
1
Nov. 25

23)4 Nov.
x2 H Nov.

X Nov.

2

109

Sale

107

2

113)4 Nov.

Nov.

8

154 Nov.

154 Nov. 23

54 Nov.
154 Nov.

154

1

Jan. 10 25 H
5.
1)4 Jan. 24
1)4
54 June 10
954
954 Mar. 26
99
Aug. 19 155
19

_

95
1

154
1)4
*354
154 Sale

nV4
72

H Nov.

it*

2954 Nov.
46

ljjfcS'

1

Nov.

3)4
1)4
27
24)4
35

4)4

554 Nov. 14
1

5)4 Nov.
3
Nov.
19
Nov.
5)4 Nov.
34)4 Nov.
21 X Nov.
154 Nov.
8
Nov.

Sale

Mar.
Feb.

21

554
24

Sale

9)4

6
554 Nov. 13
38)4 Nov. 29

454 Sale
14
Sale

preferred————-10

1*

ill

354 Sale
12)| Sale

Jan,
July
May
Aug.

23)4 Nov. 25
1)1 Nov. 7
854 Nov. 28

8

1)4 Nov.

154 Nov. 19

1

22

Nov.

1 X Nov. 12

1

22

5% preferred

—100

Standard Power St Lt com
Glass B common
_

1
*

*7? referred.. ...........

Standard Products Co.......1
Standard Silver Lead.—.....1
Standard Steel Spring Co....5
Standard Tube class B
.....1
Standard Wholesale Phosphate
St Acid Works...........20

age

9)4 Sale
40

1)4

a',*6

Sale

154

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
5l
26

*154
12
*10

X Nov.
354 Nov.
12)4 Nov.

H Nov. 18
Nov. 4
14)4 Nov. 2

23
10
30

24

1

2

5

Nov.

154 Nov.

13

1254 Nov.
9)4 Nov.

1154
1954

119)4
3154 Sale

9
Nov. 14
Nov.

1854 Nov.

Nov. 23
Nov. 18
Nov.
1
Nov.

May
Nov.
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3)4 Oct.
12)4 Nov.

2

18)4

8

Nov.

2

Nov.

1
May
8)4 May
7)4 Tune
16)4 May
26)4 May
100)4 June
June

6

Nov.

a

24

8

Nov. 14

3154 Nov.
111
110
109)4 Nov.
At
X Nov.
X
)4 Nov.
22
20
20
Nov.
23
854 Nov.
954
9)4
m
At Nov.
hnA$ Sale
M 25)? 26'
26
Nov.
30
1)4
1)4
154
2
19

Jan.

3

Apr

19

K Mar. 16

2

154 Sept.
May

Standard Dredging Corp—

154
1254
914
1854
32)4
109)4
54
X

4

654 Jan. 23
1154 Apr.
9
4)4 May 1
20
May
1
7)4 Apr. 29
44
Jan.
3
35
Feb. 24
2)4 Mar. 21
16
Apr.
2

Jan.

At Jan.

V4

1H

2

72
170

4)4 May
454 Oct.

354 Nov.
19
Nov.

8

5
Apr.
2
2)4 Jan.
6
3154 Nov. 7
30)4 Mar. 12
48
Oct. 31

May
May
H Nov.

6

Jan.

2)4 Apr.

May
Nov.
May

167

Sale

15
7

Nov.

164

454
6)4

May
X Feb.

66

30)4 Nov.

62

8
4

1)4 Nov.
4)4 Nov. 18
154 Nov. 1
3154 Nov. 7
29)4 Nov. 20
48
Nov. 2

354 Nov.
1 X Nov.

3054 Sale
29)4 2954
46
47)4

159

Nov.

Nov. 25
Oct. 18
v, 24
Api
Mar. 26

2)4 May
7
10554 Mar. 11
X Feb. 21
15t Jan.
3

154 July

1

20

Common
........—1
7.300
$1.60 conv oreferred
20
1,700
Stand Invest $5 Hi preferred. _*
4,750
70,000 Standard Oil (Kentucky)-...10
25
74,700 Standard Oil (Ohio) com

3,225
405,300
20,100
2,820
27,900
34,200
34,700
2,700

.

2

Nov. 14

.

20
6

Aug.
Mar.

May

At Aor.
19
1

22 '

_

May
Jan.

15)4 ;May 28

53.

U

At Jan.
2
2)4 Mar. 21
Jan.
4
Jan.

23

165* Mar. 23
Mar. 15

2)4 Nov. 8
14)4 Nov. 14
II
Mar.
1
20 X Feb. 15

4154 May
III

Oct.

8
16

3
X Jan. 10
27)4 Jan. 11
10)4 Apr. 12
54 Jan.

•2 Jan.
40)4 Jan.
1H Feb.
21

15
3

8

Feb. 29

DEC., 1940]

NEW

49

EXCHANGE

CURB

YORK

AGGREGATE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

SALES
NEW

YORK

Par
1

2,250 Stein (A) & Co com
12,500 SterchI Bros Stores inc
575
6% 1st preferred.
5% 2d preferred
900
37,950 Sterling Aluminum Prod
7,800 Sterling Brewers Inc
21,900 Sterling Inc

*

Stetson (John B) Co com
Stlnnes (Hugo) Corp
Strooek

(S) & Co Inc
Sullivan Machinery Co
Sun Ray Drug Co com

Class B

Ask

Bid

50

—*

4

Sale

50
20
1
-1
1

35

Sale

"5k"

55

1254
354
3754

1354

13
3 54
10 54
Sale

6"
2

254

54
IX

2h

—5
—*
•
1

H
V*

A

2
34 54

33

105

12 V
Sale

954
11

13 54
12 X

11X
IX

.V*

37X

38
34%

22

5*
14 X
Sale
Sale
IX
3954
2354

9

common

5,200 Swan-Pinch Oil Corp..

.15

...... 1
53.300 Taggart Corp com
26,400 Tampa Electric Co
163,500 Technicolor Inc common—

960 Texas P & L 7 % pref
Texon Oil & Land Co

6 54

6

654

3%

Sale

12 T4

Sale

27

9X
109

254
5

1
*

Constr

♦

Tobacco & Allied Stocks

24,600 Tobacco Prod Exports

♦

Sale
20
1154
54
154

54

3%
Sale

Sale
110

2X

18 54
11

19

3
Sale

754 Sale
IX
55
4X

X
53 X

60

454 Sale

4X

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

%

54 Nov. 26

June 27

62

1254 Nov. 28
354 Nov. 20

1054 June
5
2
May 21

15

3X

1254 Nov. 28
354 Nov. 25
40

40

40

13

354

1054
7X Sale
%
1
IX
IX

8

Nov. 13
Nov. 22

7

Nov.

3X

3

45

8

UJA
3X

4X
Sale

6

54 Nov. 28
154 Nov. 20

3X
X
*A
1454
14X
11X
12
11X
11X
IX Sale
3854
41
25 X
27X
3954

23

154 Nov.

2

—

14X
6.X

654

Sale

35

100 10854 11054

Thew Shovel Co common
rilo Roofing Inc
Tishman Realty &

154
IX
Sale

3

48 X
12 X
39

45

""

Ask

%

1H

154 Sale
12

Lowest
Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

Bid

*

120.199 Sunray Oil
534 % conv preferred
50
5,350
25
9,600 Superior Oil Co of Calif
Superior Portl Cement A-.„_*

19,000
34,000
28,800
1,100
2,325

Nov. 1

1940

STOCKS (Continued)
42,800 Starrett (The) Corp vdc
445 Steel Co of Canada ord_.

Shares

""""25

1

Jan. 2

Jan. 1

8,025
2,900
7,450
10,900
10,800

RANGE SINCE JAN.

Price

CURB EXCHANGE

Since

Nov.

1

'A Nov. 15
Nov, 15
1154 Nov. 12
14

1154 Nov.
154 Nov.

1

A*

4X

4X

33
6

254 May
*A Mar.
7 54 May
654 May
8
May

9

Nov. 15
Nov.
7

1254 Nov. 13
1154 Nov. 19

Tan.

26

23

Jan.

2

54 Aug. 20
154 May 18

14

2
8
12

354 Feb. 19
454 Jan.
54 Jan.

27

1
25
21
23
154 June 11
33 54 Feb. 23
21
May 28

Oct.

954 May
954 Apr.

May 18

554 Jan.

5

Feb. 20

Apr. 23
454 Feb. 10

15

Nov.

10

10
7

1354 Apr.
Apr.

4
5

Jan.

2

15
2

2

2

Nov. 26

Nov. 15

26

Nov. 26

13

24

Jan.

9

Jan.

9

7

Nov. 14

5

July

13

954 Jan.

19

454 Nov. 14
2754 Nov. 4
1054 Nov. 8

254 May 21
23

Nov. 30

6
Jan.
3654 Jan.

21

1654 Feb.

2
23
8

654 Nov.

8

354 Nov.
23

Nov.

9
Nov.
9X Sale
Nov.
112X 113* 110
2 54 Npv.
2X
18 54 Nov.
19
Sale
7
754 Nov.
854

48

15

Nov. 13

Nov. 25
Nov. 29
Nov. 4
Nov. 7
Nov.

954
754
154
154

154 Jan.

A May 21

39#

50

113
3

Nov. 25
Nov. 19

2054 Nov. 14
854 Nov. 15

Nov.

5354 Nov. 20
454 Nov. 7

454 Nov.

854 May
103
May
2
May
1254 May
July

A

4054 Apr. 25
Jan. 22

36
13

22 114

Mar. 20

28
21

Oct.

1
354 Oct.
8
2454 Apr.
15
Apr.
8
154 Apr. 20
59

15
21
2

May
3K May 22

Jan.

554 May

20

8

Tobacco Secur Trust Co Ltd
600
300

Am dep rets ord reg shs
Am dep rets def reg

9,990 Todd Shipyards Corp
1,400 Toledo Edison 6% pref
7% preferred A
640
800 Tonopah Belmont Dev
9,200 Tonopah Mining of Nev

£1
5s
*
100
100
10c

46,000 Trans-Lux Pict Screen com.-l
10
46,900 Transwestern Oil Co
39,900 Tri-Oontinental Corp warr....
400 Trunz Pork Stores Inc
Tubize Chatillon Corp—
Common
Ol&ss A

1

46,200
17,700
17,800 Tung Sol Lamp Works com.. 1
80-cent div pref
9,300

44,500 Unexcelled Mfg Co Inc
5.200 Union Gas of Canada..

..*
♦

900 Union Investment Co com
25 Union Stock Yds of Omaha. 100
United .Aircraft Prod
1

171,700

United Chemicals Inc—
Common
..............
12,000

1,800
528,500
72,500
1,700
433.200
53,000
40,000

$3

cum

...._♦

partic pref

noX
76

$A
A
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354
3X

254

754

8

Sale

Sale
Sale

3

2X

Sale

7

754

Sale

Sale

77

X

109

754
8
3654
385*
IX
154
754 Sale

X
2
12 X

9

Nov. 19
Nov. 14

*A Nov. 23

654 Nov.
34

Nov.

Nov. 18
Nov, 16

A Nov. 20
154 Nov. 7
9
54 Nov. 1

25?'Nov.

1

10

6

3954 Nov. 12
254 Nov.
1
754 Nov. 9

154 Nov. 29
754 Nov. 1

Nov. 12

Nov.

9

Nov.

4

1154 Nov. 12

59

1154 Nov. 14

1254 Nov.

4

61

a

Sale

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

X
8
1

♦

% Nov.
54 Nov.
854 Nov.
154 Nov.

zl0754Nov.
'A Nov.
82

Ill

Nov.

54 Nov.

Nov.

82

54 Nov.

Nov.

^

354 May 21
54 Nov. 26
May
8
Feb.

19

May 22

5 54

18

Jan.

15

Jan.

8

154 Jan.

11

Jan.
Oct.

5
18

1
4

1354 Feb.
0
354 Feb. 29
6454 Jan. 18
1554 May 10
Apr. 17
Apr. 24

65

Mar. 30

Jan.

4
89

X Nov,

54 Nov.

7A Nov.

54 Nov.

3154 Nov.

22

24 X

21

24

A Sept.
16)4 May
20
May

27

68

78

70

75

Nov.

11

654 Apr. 29

16

854 May
5954 May
5? May
A Nov.
654 Jan.
% May
8754 June
A Nov.
79
May

3

3954 Feb. 21
354 Jan. 20

2354 Nov.
Nov.

Nov. 25

1054 Jan.

34 X Sale

*

Apr. 25

&

454 May 22
20
May 22
154 May 28
654 May 21

May 21

14

A

§0

20

Mar. 0
May 21 109
Jan.
9
104
May 24 115
Apr.
4
4
A Apr.
Apr. 20
54 Oct. 10
151 Apr. 15
54 May 28
Jan.
7
2
3:
May 22
Jan.
3
'A Nov. 23
Jan. 31
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13X

1054 Jan.

95

354 Nov. 4
1054 Nov. 10

9 54 Nov. 30

...

Common class B

Nov. 25

1054 Mar. 29
54 Apr. 25
55
May 22

354

.....1

$0 1st pref
*
*
975 United Milk Products com
|$3 participating preferred..*
142

80

1054 Nov. 12

100
500 United G & E 7% pref
United Lt <fc Power com A....*

188,600
71,600
233,200

1

2

254 Nov. 28

"ax Sale"

........

Warrants.

6

454 Nov. 1
54 Nov. 26

1

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$7 1st non-voting pref..

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Nov. 19 10854

54 Nov.

A Sale

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IX
1154
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75
108

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35X

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76

108

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X
IX
IX
254 Sale
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X Sale
9X

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33 X

Un Cigar-Whelan Stores...10c
United Elastic Corp
United Gas common

X

a

Sale

115

114

...1
•
10

954

10654 109

8

.....

289,500 Udylite Corp
6,700 JUlen A Co series A pref
Series B pref...
700

5

18

39

Feb.

<■

3

Feb.
Jan.

14

July
Jan.
Jan.

Jan.
J an.

Apr.
Apr.
Oct>.

4

9
3
11
3
3

8
2

8

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1,400

Am

dep rets for ord reg

4X

150 United NJRR4 Oanal—.IOO
United Profit Sharing com.25c

16,200
200

410% preferred
United Shoe

310

240

246

5*

U S Foil class B

*

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"4

454

US<fc Internat Sec com.....*
1st preferred with
U S Lines Inc pref

U S Plywood

$1.50

conv

Co

warr....*
...*

common

pref

1
20

U S Radiator common.......1
U S Rubber Reclaiming.....*
U S Stores Corp com
...50c

$7

conv

1st Dref

iOiass B

..*

Corp v t C........1
Universal Insurance.........8
Universal Pictures com......1
Universal Products Co...

100 Utah Radio Products

com....

<7% preferred
5,400 Waltt & Bond Inc class A
90

*

*
100
*

Class B
....*
3,700
1
20,600 Walker Mining
:5
3,500 Wayne Knitting Mills
1
7,600 Wellington Oil Co common

22

Sale

254
2554

Sale
Sale

Sale

32

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53*

24454 Nov. 9 24554 Nov. 9
54 Nov. 19
54 Nov. 19

245

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56
44

8.
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Sale

854

754

554
554
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54
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354 Sale

154
354

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354

354

254

554

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154

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354 Sale
17
8

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154
80

10

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Nov. 27

6

154

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354

4

5454 Nov. 29! 5954 Nov.

8
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Nov.

2

754 Nov. 28

154
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Nov. 28

7

6

Nov. 26

5

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7

254 Nov.

6

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1

7 54 Nov.

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1

1

58

3054 Nov. 26
154 Nov. 14
3

Nov.

44

Nov. 20

354 Nov.

2

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154 Nov. 129

62

354 Nov. 9
2654 Nov. 18
Nov. 13

33

254 Nov. 29
Nov.

7

354 Nov.

2

Nov.

4

Nov.

1

4

454
22

154 Nov. 14
354 Nov. 4

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2154
154 Sale
76 54 Sale
19

Nov. 13
Nov. 13

9

20

154 Nov.
1
76 54 Nov. 29

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49

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2954

31

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10 x Sale

4)4
5)4

1

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87
954
1054
8 54 Sale

554
6

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1

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1
154
15

354

1

4

7

74

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854

a

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91
10

8 54

354
754
4

1

454
8X

1

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6

87

2
6
8

Nov.

954 Nov. 26
854 Nov. 20

IX May
1954 Tune
May
1
May
254 Feb.
A Jan.
3
Aug.

54 Nov. 20
154 Nov. 1

1454

54 Aug.

154 May 21

21

1

Nov. 12
Nov.

8

Nov. 18

1 54 Nov.

4

4 54 Nov. 20

54
154
15
254

Nov. 14
Nov. 12
Nov. 18

Nov. 12

1
10
21
19
17

17
15

11

Jan.
Jan.

11
3

54 Apr.

11
3

6

251 May
6

Sept. 18
2
Mar. 21
654 Mar. 25
Mar.

1
Mar. 25

24

13

23 54 Apr.
2
May

8054 Nov.

8
10
1

154 Feb. 27

Nov. 14

Nov.
4
Nov. 30

20

5554 April 10

Nov. 12

954 Nov. 12

754 Feb.
Apr.
54 Feb.
71
Mar.
6
Mar.
28
Apr.
35
Apr.
25
Apr.
55
May
8

5
9

June

25

92
10

2

154 Feb. 27
54 May 29
38

32

8

8

15

13

H May 21
16
July 18

154 Nov.

3

Jan.

Sept. 28

27

1

Nov. 14

Nov.

54 Nov. 14
% Nov. 8

21
10
23
23
2

X Nov.
52

854 Nov.

4

June 21

26

9
19

Apr.

954 Nov. 12

1
Aug. 19
48)4 May 28

Nov. 14

454 Nov. 14
54

154
15)4
254

2

154 Nov.
2154 Nov.
2854 Nov.
A Nov.

47

5I

46

354 May 22
3
May 23
54 May 21

May
54 May
63
May
7
May
654 July
3

May
May
Apr.
354 June
54 July
»A July
1254 May
154 Oct.
5

74

54
>

54 Nov. 20
154 Nov. 20

83

4
1

8

Nov. 30

54
Miy
3954 June
354 May

154 Nov.
8054 Nov.

92

76

554

Sale

54 Nov.
49

Feb.

7

1

1154 Nov. 30
71

154
1

52 X

24554 Nov.

Nov.

6

Nov.

154 Nov. 14

454 Nov. 30

24

1154

554 Feb. 23

454 Jan.
239
May
54 Jan.

54 July 29
iv| June 10
354 Aug. 13
X- May 22
2J4 May 20
15
May 27
4
May 24
1454 May 21

1

6

1

Nov. 27

6

43

23 54 Nov. 27

"3054

2954
254
354

254

&

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see page

S ale

60

454

1

40,400 Valspar Carp common...
$4 conv pref
5
3,525
Fan Norman Mach Tool com.5
17,850
Venezuelan Petroleum...
1
101,000
3,010 Virginia Pub Serv 7% pref. 100
7,000 Vogt Mfg Corp
Vultee Aircraft ,Inc
...1
23.200
26,410 Waco Alrfraft Co
7,300 Wagner Baking com ▼ t c

Sale

30

*

Utah IdahojSugar Co.......5
Utah Pr & Lt $7 pref.........

754

54

*

Universal

Sale

6

7

354 Sale

_

a51

854 Sale

4X Sale

61* Sal?

1

Sale
S ale

57
44

UjSiGraphite Co common....5

3,100 Utility Equities common...10c
<$5.50 priority stock
1
5,375
5
3,500 Utility & Ind Corp com
Conv preferred
7
24,400

For footnotes

3

"x "~x

United Stores Corp com...50c
15,300
United Wall Paper..........2
153,300
800 Universal Cooler class A.....*

1,100
101.900
2,850
8,600
8,650
57,200
15,950

2

.......10

Mach com...—25
86,010
Preferred
25
6,310
36,700 United Specialties common...1

169,200
2,650
21,100
17,015
144,000
70,300
24,150
42,200
37,900
1,200

554

23
18
22
23
12

15
21
17

28
5
25
28
19

154 Jan.

*A Jan.
254 Apr.

24

11
3

154 Mar. 27
29

32 j

II

Apr.

4

Nov. 12
3

Jan.

4

92

Nov.

12

Mar. 30

954 Sept.

6

654 Apr.

6

10

75

554
154
154
1554
4

Apr.
4
Aug.
2
May
7
Apr. 29
Feb. 24
May 13
Jan.

22

new

50

exchange

curb

york

AGGREGATE

NEW YORK
In

Jan. 2

Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

"

100

2,800

3,400
500
300

1,500
450

300
200

24,600

Highest

Lowest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

VA

2

5A

3m

5%
4%

1A Nov. 13
% Nov. 27

2

Nov.

8

7

4

Nov.

7

1

4

17

52

60

58

Nov.

7

67

Nov.

15m

16
Sale
12

16

18 m
15
14

15m Nov.
11m Nov.

7
1

17

Nov. 27

11m
10m

15

100

99

10m
10m

11M Nov.

Apr

77

May 18

May 26
9M May 17
Sept. 21

Oct.

29-

1

17 A May

14

1

lft

Vi Apr.

1
11A May 13
10 ASept. 13

10

ltier Co—
2

Va Coal & Coke com

Weyenberg Shoe Mfg Co
Wichita River Oil Corp

6%
6%
3%

10

C) & Co

*

Williams Oil-O-Matic

Htg_._^
*
1

Williams (R

31

Sale

Highest
Sale Prices
2
Jan.
3-

1
May 18
3M May 21
3M Oct.
2

8

6M Nov.

Nov.

4

67

$6 preferred
W

Wilson Jones Co com
Willson Products Inc

360 Wisconsin P & L 7% pref—100
10
16,200 Wolverine Port Cement
2
29,400 Wolverine Tube Co com
1
7,600 Woodley Petroleum Corp
Wool worth (F W) Ltd—
Am dep rets ord shs
5s
10,200
*
202,400 Wright-Hargreaves Ltd

70

2,500
2,100

2

4

Ask

Sale
5m

1%
6M

Lowest
Sale Prices

Nov. 30

99

*
20
10

Common

West TexasUtil

1,200
50,800
2,850
34,300
10,900
5,900
20,700
3,100

350

1%
5

1

Ask Bid

Bid

Maryland Ry—

900 Westmoreland Coal Co
225 Westmoreland Inc

25

30

1A
4%

Ask

7 % 1st preferred
100
Western Tablet & Stationery—

1,580

350

,

Bid

'

Western

12,400

Nov.

1940

STOCKS (Concluded)
Par
1.25
23,600 Went worth Mfg Co
1
142,900 Western Air Express Corp
710 Western Grocery com
20

80

1

Price

CURB'EXCHANGE

Since

November

1,400,
15,500

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

SALES

4% Sale
6%
6m
5

11%

Sale

12m

6M Sale

Sale

6%
Sale

100
2%

2%
6%
6A
3m

6m
6A
4%
1m

99%
2%
6A
6A
3%

4m
1
1
1
1m
8
7A
8%
7%
8M
12
11m
11%
12m
11%
112
him 112% 114m Sale
5A
5 a Sale
5%
5m
6
5m
6%
6m
5m
4M
4m
4A
4m
4m
5%
4M

6M
Sale

5m

5

Sale

5

Nov. 14 100
3
1
Nov.
6M
Nov. 18
1
6M
Nov.
4
Nov. 27

Nov.

92

7

Nov.

8

1%
3M
5M
3%

Nov. 18

Nov.

1

1

Nov. 20

Nov. 28
Nov. 28

9

Nov.

2

Feb.

Jan.

7A Sept. 23

Oct.

5}

8

15

Mar. 14
2ft

Jan.

9%
12 h
114 A
5%
7A
5A

4M Sept.

5Vs Nov. 16
5% Nov. 7

514 Nov. 16
4% Nov.
1

8

Nov.

7A

*8

12 A Nov. 22

Nov. 15 114M Nov. 30
6
5% Nov. 13
Nov.
6M Nov. 8
Nov. 27
4M Nov. 15
Nov. 15

Feb.

3

May

July
May
May
May
98
May
3M May
May

Nov. 12

Nov. 20

102

May
May

Mar. 23
Nov. 22
Nov. 30
Nov. 13
Jan.
4

Jan.

22

12% Feb. 28

3

June 27

6A Jan.

5

BONDS—

237,000
16,000
50,000
26,000
17,000

569,000
353,000
473,000

%s
S f deb 3 Ms
Sf deb 3 Ms

104,000

American Power & Light—
Deb 6s
2016
5,154,000

456,000 Appalachian El Pow 4%s.l948
1st mtge 4s
—l——1963
1,040,000
jalachian Power 6s
2024
142,000
j8 A registered
2024
1,000
1956
1,303,000 Arkansas Pr & Lt 5s

78,000

37", 000
183,000
9,000
7,000
10,000
4,000

435,000
207,000
114,000
18,000

104

104 m

111

106 %

Sale

126

129

125 m 130

106 %

Sale

16

•

104

1
105 % Nov.
6 105 m Nov.
Nov. 12
107 A Nov. 13 108
Nov. 19
105a 106% 106% Nov. 14 107

.1950
registered. 1950
Assoc Tel & Tel 5 Ms A—1955
Atlanta Gas Light 4 Ms—. 1955
Atlantic City Elec 3Ms—1964
Avery (B F) Sons 5s w w—1947
5s ex-warr
1947

28%

Sale

16 %

Sale
106m 109
106% Sale
94 m
95m
91m
92%

116m 117m
115% Sale
116% 117

♦Conv deb 5s

—

1954

2,119,000 Cent States Pr & Lt 6M®—1953
iChic Rys 5s ctfis of dep.. 1927

1,649,000
186,000

bincinnati

141
97 m

Sale

100 m

Sale
Sale
Sale

99 M
78 m
99 %
38 m

Sale
81
Sale
Sale

38

Sale

74 M
46 m

Sale
Sale

94%

Street Ry 5%s_1952

84

86

-—1955

88

93

77

79

6s series B

103.000

72 m

76m Sale
75

Sale

66

Sale

8 109 A Nov. 16
1 110M Nov. 8
8

90 M May 25 105A Jan.

6

Feb.
103 m May 13 108
106 A May 14 111H Jan.

16

Sale

105M Sale
Sale

45

i!H

13m
Sale

101

Nov.

6 103

Nov.

105m Nov. 4 106
50
44 m Nov. 30
12m Nov. 28
12 % Nov. 29

Nov.

1

Nov.

1

Sale

12m Nov. 30

16

Nov.

1

12M Nov. 30
12% Nov. 28

16

Nov.

2

Nov.

1

Sale

Sale

61

107

Sale

107 M

Sale

153

Sale

117M Sale
110m 111
110m 111
152

155

101 % Sale
103 A 104

101M Sale
103 m Sale
103 m 103 % 103M 105
76 H
74

77 m

89 m
94 m

Nov. 29

106
Nov.
9
107M Nov. 2
al02MNov.23
100
Nov. 23

66

Nov.

1

106M Nov.

2

109

Nov. 19

rzl02%Nov.23
100

Nov. 23

115m Nov. 22 125 A Nov.
107
Nov.
107 A Nov.

1 111

9

Nov. 27

1 111M Nov. 27
Nov.
1
151% Nov. 12 155

June

5 103% July

81A Nov. 14
75M Nov. 14

June

100% Jan.

June

83% Jan.

7

May
May
May

103% Aug.

Nov.

7

Nov. 28
Nov.

2

44M Nov. 14
92 M Nov. 27

93m Nov.

1

95

Nov.

8

78 A June

85M Nov. 29
82 A Nov. 29

88

Nov.

8

70

85% Nov.

8

65% May 21
69% Mar. 15
66

Sale

85
83 A

Sale

84

Sale

82 m

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

83

84 m

91m

91A

1943
1958

3*
92

1944

60

1955

96

106

812,000

6,943,000 Eastern Gas & Fuel 4s A.. 1956
4s A registered
1956
5,000
1965
781,000 Edison Eiec Ilium 3 Ms

87

Nov.

7

Nov. 28

Nov.

1

Nov. 28

Nov.

2

6

i&

Nov. 13

82M Nov. 27

85

Nov.

8

85

Nov.

8

Sale

82 M Nov. 27
90 A Nov.
6

97

Sale

91A Nov.

83 m

94 m
94

4

95 m

Sale

91

Sale

51

54

Sale

51m
100 %

Sale
Sale
53
Sale

106 m

106

106M 106

61%

77 % Sale
110m
80 m

110% 112m 108M Nov.

95 m
93 m

851A Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

101m

®

9
8

31

30

88

Nov.

8

85% Nov. 8
75% July 27
85

Nov.

8

76% Aug. 13

Nov. 19

96 % Nov. 19

75% May 23

96% Nov. 19

87 m
107 m
87

2

74% May
81% Aug.
107% Nov.
70
May
110
May
102% Oct.
101% May

Sale

107M Nov. 27 107 M Nov.
87 M
84
Nov. 16
124M Nov. 12 125M
102 M Nov. 22 103
104M Nov. 20 105

Sale

99

20m

45

109m 109

Sale

102

Sale

23 m

35

48

43 M Nov. 19
49
109m 108 M Nov. 15 109

101M 102
38

88M Nov. 26

Sale

Sale

45

June 24

Nov.

105

108

45

85

103

49 m

May 28
May 28

53 M Nov. 12

8

93

Sale

111

80

8

Nov.

104

Sale

40

7
Nov.
1
Nov. 20
Nov.

1

Nov.

7

Nov.

8

Nov. 25

101M Nov. 18 102 M Nov.
38

97
94

Aug. 23
May
8
61% May
8
Feb. 26 101% Nov. 19

96 M Nov. 13
93 A Nov.
1

75

Nov. 29

6 101M Nov. 19

Sale

43 m

104% June 10 111% Nov. 22
105
May 28 111% Apr. 29

4 106M Nov. 12

104m

109

94
90

111M Nov. 22
111M Nov. 26

97

28
Nov. 19
Oct.

81
May 21 101% Oct. 31
125% Sept. 9 135% May 11
124% May 21 129% Aug.
7

Nov.

102 a




Jan.

10
25

85

Nov.

104M 105%
103 m 104

53«

Jan.

31

66
Jan. 31
76 A May 23

106

El Paso Elec 5s A

see page

Jan.

Nov. 18

8
41% Jan.
83
Apr.
5
50
Aug.
3
93% Mar. 23
95% Mar. 14

June

Sale

124m 125

.1961

77

107

125

6s stamped.

41

64 A May
37
May

Nov.

124

91,000

_

53
100

119

915.000 Federal Water Serv 5 Ms..1954
Finland Residential Mtge

For footnotes

Sale
Sale

108m 109

Elmira Wat Lt & RR 6s_. 1956

I960

10 104

91

Sale

1
29

Jan.

June

109 m 110m 110% 111m 109 A Nov.

Empire Dist Elec 5s
1962
Ercole Marelli Elec Mfg—
6Ms
1953
129,000
..—1967
108,000 Erie Lighting 5s

24

Nov.

89

107% 107 M
109 m 110M

2030

9

Jan.

95

Nov.

1969

Elec Pow & Lt 5s

Jan.

41

86

Aug. 21
Apr. 12
Apr.
8
Sept. 7

117

Sale

84 m

29
8

116

June 10 155
Jan. 29 139

Nov.

92 m

2

Oct.
Feb.

130% May 10

80

Sale

4

Jan.

June

Sale

94

2

June

Nov.

91

4

May

95
88
89 A
138
139

Nov. 30

41

13

28%
14M Oct.
53
May
108 &
104 M May
103 M May 14 110
3 105
95 M Jan.
92 M Jan. 15 100

102
30
30m
Sale
30

91

3
3

16 A Apr.
34 A Jan.

10
10

Sale

43

8

Jan.

28 H Jan.
16 A Apr.
26 A Jan.

May
May
May
16% Apr.
10% May
10
May

10

103

Sale

62 A Jan.
30

June

11

3

9
Mar. 29
Feb.

102m Nov. 23 103 M Nov. 20

103

99 M Nov. 27 101M Nov.
99 A Sale
8
101A Sale
128
Nov.
8 128M Nov.
9
128M
126m
129m 129M Nov. 15 129M Nov. 15
128
129m 128

6,297,000
302.000
246,000
546,000

102 % May 22 108

3

Jan.

May 24 101% Nov. 25

92 m Sale
140
132
126 M 129 m

1971

10 129
9 127

90

Nov.

1957
2,637,000 Community Pow & Lt 5s..
1951
21,000 Conn Ltg & Pow 7s A.—,
1954

Feb.

68% Mar. 13

.1969
1,320,000
6,482,000 Cities Service P & L 5 Ms. 1952
5%s gold deb
.—.1949
2,961,000
5s

76,000 Oonsol Gas of Bait 4%s_.
ialt—
Consol G E L & P Bait—
3s series P
508,000
3Ms series N
.....
294,000
Consol Gas Utilities—
6s A stamped
...
1,941,000
7,262,000 Continental G & El 5s....
156,000 Cuban Tobacco 5s
1,900,000 Cudahy Packing Co 3Ms..

June

6 101M Nov. 25
Nov. 18
1 104

101

81

79

71
75 m
102M 102 M 102 A
Sale
34
30%
30
33m Sale
80 M Sale
sim
42

61

121

38 m May 24

15 m Nov. 20
16 A Nov.
1

Sale

12 m

106% 106m 106 M 106 %
107 % 109
109M 109%
102M 103M
101m 104
99 A 101
100
100 %

119M Sale

15

Nov. 14
Aug. 13 106
107 A July 11 109% Nov. 16
108 m July 18 110% Nov.
8
104

Nov. 14

_

SMs

2,459,000

1 106

104M Feb. 27 107 A Jan.

Nov. 18
103m 104 a 103 A Nov. 27 105
106% 106 % 106% Nov. 26 107 A NOV. 20
127 m 130

102 %

16m
Sale

269,000 Delaware Elec Pow 5 M®--1959

2,000

Sale

16

16,000

34,000

16M

Sale

522,000 Cities Service 5s.........1966
43,000
Conv deb 5s
1950
959,000 14,223,000
5s registered......... 1950
2,000
5s
1958
300",000 2,988,000
5s registered
1958
6,000

19,000
6.000

16M

Sale

Sale

86,000
49,000
37,000
160,000

30",000

16

49 m

Sale

34

1953
1,375,000 Canada Nor Power 5s
623,000 Canadian Pacific Ry 6s—1942
546,000 Central Power 5s ser D—1957
1,338,000 Cent States Elec 5s_ ..—1948

570,000
17,000
67,000
32,000

106

26M

Conv deb 5s

98 M May 29 104 A July 17
103
June 24 106 A Oct. 30
99
May 28 106% July 17
Feb. 28
105
May 15 109

102 A Nov. 25 103 M Nov.
8
Sale
Nov. 12
Nov. 27 106
104 a 105

102M

105 m Sale
107 Vs 109

127

1949
..1949
1977

58,000
12,000

163",000

174,000
558,000
5,000
245,000

101% Sale

Sale
111m

Sale
Sale

463,000 Bethlehem Steel 6s—....1998
6s registered
1998
1,000
2,299,000 Birmingham Elec 4Mb—-1968
1959
1.539,000 Birmingham Gas 5s
182,000 Broad River Power 5s A—1954

12,000
25,000

Sale

107M

60%

2,658,000
2,000
874,000
187,000
258,000
72,000
55,000

49", 000

220,000
3,000
10,000

104 m

25M
28 M

1968
1968

Sale
105m 106
105 m Sale
107% 108
106% Sale

105 A 106
105m Nov.
105m Sale
Nov.
108% 108m 109 a 109 a 108
111 A 112A 109Vs Nov.
109 M Sale

4%s--1948
-

102 %

Baldwin Locomotive Works—
^Convertible 6s
1950
6,211,000
3,253,000 Bell Tel of Canada 5s B—1957
5s series C
..I960
1,046,000

110,666

150",000

105m
107% Sale
107
107m

Sale
Sale

250,000 t'Assoc Gas & Elec
♦5s deb
3,557,000
5s registered
7,000
♦4%s series C
3,030,000
4Ms registered
11,000
♦5Ms conv deb
350,000

43,000
177,000

863,000
395,000

Sale
105

104

4,278,000 Associated Elec 4%s_.—1953

102,000
284,000

250,000
131,000
108,000
6,000
10,000

102 m
104

1950
I960
1970

S f deb 2

155,000

105,000

•

1956
1968
1st 5s
-1946
1st & ref 5s
1951
American Gas & Electric—
1st & ref 5s

157,000

54,000
20,000
11?,000
452,000

1967

1,931,000 Alabama Power 4%s
1st & ref 5s
150,000

Nov.

9

38

Nov.

23

/

May 22 107

June

106% June

Jan.

29

88% Nov. 26
81% Aug. 30
112
Jan.
4
87% Oct. 28
125% Oct. 18
5
106
Apr.
105% Jan. 25
49
Nov.
3 109% Jan.

10

May 22 102% Sept. 24

4

89

9

22% Jan.

3

57

Apr.

6

Dec., 1940]

51

exchange

curb

york

new

AQQREOATE
new york

10,000
158,000
7,000
133,000

57~666
271,000
29,000
3,000
240,000

1,000
45,000
2,000
4,000
4,000
21,000

36,000

6,000

19"66o
3,000
26,000
41,000
65,000
140,000
154,000
13,000
99,000

120,000
51,000
89,000
30,000
52,000
413,000
138,000
22,000
2,000
65,000
26,000
144,000

28,000

4,000
4,000

Jan. 2

bonds

Bid

(Continued)

1,491,000 Florida Power Co 4a c
1966
3,801,000 Florida Power a Lt 5a.... 1954
1,000
5s registered
—1954
Gary Electric 8c Gas—
5a ext stamped
...1944
Gatineau Power 3 %s a—1969
Gen Pub Serv Co 5a......1953
Gen Pub Utilities 6 hi a..1956
iGen Rayon Ltd 6a a—.1948

501,000
1,017,000
119,000
1,632,000
9,000
977,000 Gen Wat Wks a El 5a a..1943

Ask

98 % Sale
104
Sale

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

105% 106% 104 % Nov.
103 % Nov.
Sale

Sale
Sale

105

104 %

Lowest

Ask

A sk Bid

Bid

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Nov. 1

1940

Jan. 1

105

2 106 h Nov. 9
1 105 % Nov. 28

100% Sale
98% Sale
98% Sale
74

76

101
102
101% Nov. 22 101%
101h 102
77
Sale
76h Nov. 6i 79%
76%
77 H
100 h Nov. 15 101
100 M 101
100% 101
100 h Sale
101H 101% 100% Nov. 1|101%

72

65

65

100 %

Sale

100 M

Sale

100

Georgia Power ref 5s..... 1967 106
66
Georgia Pow 8c Lt 5a..... 1978
17
iGesfuerel 6a
......1953
71
Glen Alden Coal 4s
1965
75 %
Gobel (Adolf) deb 4ha...1941
78%
Grand Trunk West Ry 4s 1950
Great North Pow 5aatpd._1950 107%
Green Mountain Pow 3 %s_1963
60%
Grocery Store Prod 6s
1945
47
Guantanamo & w Ry 6s..1958
Guardian Investors Corp—
40
5s series a
1948
402,000

Sale

107 m
73 h

Sale

106%

Sale

106% Nov.

2,816,000
439,000
4,000
2,434,000
235,000
233,000
33,000
236,000
70,000
81,000

270,000
62,000
410,000
1,175,000
1,047,000
1,756,000
2,668,000
268,000
1,238,000
1,544,000
1,229,000

Idaho Power Co 3%s
1967
Illinois Pow & Light 5%b--1957
5 %s series b
1954
6s series a
1953
5s series o
1956
Indiana Hydro-Elec 5s a—1958
Indiana Service 5a
1950
1st lien & ref 5s
1963

Alndianapolis Gas 5a a-—-1952

15
14

111

Sale

"62"

70

79
74 h
78%
112
110
113
106 %

57

60

56%

28 h Nov.

28

Nov.

78% Nov.

79

Nov. 26

70

Nov. 25
Nov. 22

57

110% Nov. 15

106

Nov.

79

107 h 105% Nov.
59
57
Nov.

106
57

Nov. 15
Nov. 13

25

29

29 h Nov.

30

33 h

26

28 h

26% Nov. 19

30% Nov.

50

26 h

30

Sale

Sale
67

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
64

27

-

—„

30

5

75

Sale

73

76

73

107 M
100% Sale
106 % Sale
107% Sale
105% Sale
100 % 101m
74
74 %
72% Sale
83
80 h
106

23
64

%

74 h
75

12

29% Nov. 14
23

June 14

28

Nov. 12
24

Apr.

4

8*

12
19
8
20

22
22

15
25

Apr. 25
Apr.
ft

42% Jan.

5

74%

73%
72%

Sale

20

Sale

22

22
64

oq

Sale
36%
105%
106h 105%
106h 107
106%

105

Sale

25

38h Sale

34

45

47

Kansas Electric Pow 3%s-1966 105% 106 h
125,000 Kansas Gaa & Electric 6s_.2022 125m 127

104

111

45%

Feb.

7

22

1

Nov. 27

75

Nov.

64

July

5

81

75

Nov. 15

66

June 22

79

73%

8
11
26

93

June

101% Nov.

9

57

May

May

Nov.

56
60

18%
24%
25%
22% 21%
Sale
61%
Sale
35%
Sale
105%
106% 105
108% 106%
26
28%
36
34%

Nov.

17% Oct.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

21

July

Jan.

2

193
513

Oct.

Jan.

4

Apr. 15

106% June

Mar. 11
Jan.
S

Nov.

Apr. 25

46

44

110

106

105% June
87
May
98% May

Nov. 19 107% Nov.

Nov.

4

7

Nov. 19

22

Nov. 16 27%
Nov, 18 23%
65
6
Nov.
Nov. 26 39%
1 105%
Nov.
Nov.

8 105

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

June

Nov. 12
Nov.

29
103

Nov.

103

Jan.

June

Nov. 29 107 %Nov. 15
30
39

Nov.
Nov.

26

Nov. 27
Nov.

46

Nov. 14

39

Nov. 12 106

Nov. 12

128% 130

125% Nov.

8
12

Jan.

Mar.

29% Oct.

9 128% Nov. 28

16

Jan.

May 23

46% Sept. 26

125% 130

14

74% Sept. 7
73% Nov. 27
99% Oct. 28

May
May
May

Nov. 20

8

107

101

1 106% Nov.

101%
74%
70% Nov. 6 73%
77% Nov. 16 83%

73

15

May
96% May

8 107% Nov.
2 101% Nov.
7 106% Nov.

107

10
8

Apr.
Apr.

109% Feb.
101% May
Apr.
107% Apr.
106% Nov.

Nov.

99% Nov.
106% Nov.

107

1942
106

Oct.

May 14 111% Apr. 19

Nov. 15

Sale

24 %
Sale

106 b

73

Sale
105% Nov.
100% 101% 100% Nov.

74

4 110% Nov. 26

74

106

Sale

40%

42,000

Feb.

Jan.

.30

107% 110
101% Sale
106% Sale
107% Sale

105% Sale

30

Apr. 10
Aug. 24

24 107% Nov.
Mar.
27 75
25 28% Nov.
11
79% Nov.
Jan. 31
91
Apr.
Nov.
79
Aug. 17
May 21 110% Nov.
Nov.
May 21 106
June

15^1

26%

110% 111% 110% Nov.

74

20 m
27

6

4

26

110% 111
5

70

Nov. 25

30

41% 43%
IntPow Sec 6 %s aeries o..1955
Sale
49
♦ 7s series e
--1957
46 %
*78 series f
1952 44
65 % Sale
Interstate Power 5s
1957
Sale
Debenture 6s...
1952
Iowa-Nebraska lap 5s.-195/ 105h Sale
58 series b
1961 105% 106%
Iowa Pow & Lt 4ha a-...1958 108% 110
48
45%
Isarco Hydro-Electric 7s_-1952
41
1,416,000,Italian Superpower 6s
1963 38

5s atpd--1942

69

32

74 h Nov.
Nov

Jan.

103% May
59
May
18
Sept.
65% June

70

8

4 103

Jan.

97% May 24 102
56
June
3
87%
94
June 26 102
83
May 21 101%
67% Sept. 18 75
89
May 22 101

Sale

29

466,000
462,000
610,000
3,625,000
1,299,000
355,000
105,000
248,000
379,000

531,000 Jacksonville Gas
6.0001 6s stamped reg

Nov.

110

106

107% Nov. 12
73% Nov.

30%

71% Sale

45 %

80

73
108

Nov. 13 100 h Nov. 22

50

104% 105

70
62

27%
78%
60H

90

8

Nov. 12

43

108% Sale
97
98%
105 %
103
99 %

68

Sale

105

Sale
81
110%

50

66%
65%

Sale

78 %
70

26

Sale

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

72

Sale

AHamburgElecCo7s
1935
AHamburg e & Und Ry 5%s'38
Houston Lt & Pr 3 ha
1966
AHungarian-Ital Bk 7 ha.-1963
Hygrade Food 6s ser a
1949
6s series b
1949

98% Jan.
2 106% Nov. 9
May 27 105% Nov. 28

100

103

96%

7.000
206,000

1

Price

curb exchange

Since

r
63,000
295,000

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

SALES

In
November

1

53% Mar. 11
47% Oct. 10

102 % May 22 107% Mar. 20
117
May 21 128% Nov. 28

Lake Superior

17,000

45~666
48,000

10,000
7,000
12,000
7,000
31,000

Dist Power—
3%% series a
1966 105% 106h
159,000
15
40
8,000 ^Leonard Tietz Inc 7%s—1946
1945 103% 104h
425,000 Long Island Ltg 6s
1957 107 h Sale
864,000 Louisiana Pow & Lt 5s
iMansfleld Mining a Smelt—
7 s ex-warrants
1941
2,000
McCord Rad a Mfg 6s
1948

74,000

Memphis Comm'l Appeal—
Debenture 4%s
1952
66,000
1947
205,000 Mengel Co 4%s
204,000 Met Edison 4s series e

41,000

1971
4a series g
1965
281,000
169,000 Middle Sta Petrol 6 ha a—1945
1943
346,000 Midland Valley rr 5a

50,000
66,000

868,000 Milwaukee g l 4 ha
901,000 Minn Pow a Lt 4ha

22.000

13.000

14,000
121,000

49,000
107,000

387,000
874,000
1,249,000
277,000
860,000

17
66
98
86%
107 h
108
100%
67 h

-.1967

100 h
1978 102 h
1st a ref 5s
1955 106
Mississippi Power 5s
1955 103
Miss Power & Light 5a
1957 103 %
Miss River Power 5a
--1951 110
Missouri Pub Serv 5a a—1960
96

35

30

26,000
33,000
56,000

"1,660

69

71

"1,066
11,000

101

Sale

15,000
15.000
42,000
113.000
21,000

105

28,000
66,000
73,000
81.000

4,000




93

Nov.
1 101% Nov. 28
95
Nov.
Nov.
7
Nov. 14
Nov. 30 109

105% Nov.

Sale

103

103
Sale

124
108

101% 101%'l01
112% 113% 113
108
107% Sale
28
25%
26%
126
130
127%
110%
110% Sale

107 h

108

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
107h
26

Sale

109% 106
105% 103%
Sale
104
Sale
104
103%
108% 109%,109% 109%
08%
96
93
94% Sale
94

109

81% Sale

65

102% 104
104% Sale
48

Sale

4

Nov.

105% Nov. 30
4,104% Nov. 26

Nov.

4 107

Nov. 18

Nov. 4; 104% Nov. 20
Nov. 4104% Nov. 7
Nov. 13 109% Nov. 2
Nov. 13

95

Nov. 15

101% Nov. 4 102% Nov. 14
112% Nov. 6 113% Nov. 25
Nov. 12
110
107% Nov. 22 108
28
26
Nov. 27
26% Nov. 25
129% 127% Nov. 26 127% Nov. 26
113
1 111
Nov. 13
110% Nov.
4 108
Nov.
108
4
Nov.
108% 108
6
81
Nov.
86% Sale
87% Nov. 13

121
121% 121% Sale
66
65
67%
66% Sale
66
Sale
Sale
65%
65
67
Sale
66%
67%
95%
96%
95%
97% Sale
98
99
Sale
98% Sale
109%
109% 109% 109% 111

121 % Nov. 30

104% May 22 109% Nov.
Oct.
30
Oct. 10 33
Jan.
103% May 23 106
Jan.
103% May 21 108

19
Aug.
1
58% June 17

May 22 101% Apr.
Aug.
May 29 96
9 109% Jan.
106
June 18 111
May
91 % June 10 101% Nov.
Jan.
51% June 11 70

20
10
10
10
29

98

95

May

June

May

115

May
May
May
May

68% Nov.

51

68

52

102

111

68

98

99% Nov.
109% Nov.

Nov.

2

8

101% Nov. 27 101% Nov. 27
105
Nov.
4 104% Nov.
106% 104
8
Nov.
4 103
Nov. 28
102% 103 h 102
104 h 105 h 104% Nov.
1 105% Nov. 28

100% 103

106% 111% 109% Nov. 27 109% Nov. 27
115%
106%

...

1153
1063

Nov. 25 1153
Nov.
1 106J

Nov. 25
Nov. 20

51

Sale

47% Sale
104»»» Sale

111%
108%
108%
109%
103%

Sale
Sale
110
104

111%
108%
108%
109
110
107%
103% 104% 103%
Sale

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

6
1
1
6
7

113

Nov. 27

110% Nov. 22
109% Nov. 26
108

Nov. 12

103% Nov. 18

103% July

100% May
97
May
81
Jan.
102% Mar.
104
Jan.
104% May
109
Oct.
111% June
102
May

40
45
43
Nov.
2 44% Nov. 28
94
103% 102% Nov. 4 103% Nov. 18
Nov.
1 103%
104% 103% Nov. 4 104
35
47%
48
46% Nov. 7 48% Nov. 2
104%
104% Nov. 29 1041®u Nov. 1 101

109

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

25
24
23
28

Jan.
88% May 22
Jan.
May 31
105
May 28 110 " Mar.

104

112% 116
109% 110

Spet.27

93

42
42%
46
102% 102% 103
104

Nov. 12

128% May
4
111% May 14
110
Mar. 29
87% Nov. 13

May
108 % Jan.
62

_

108
28

June

120

102

104% Nov. 20
107
May
9
104% Mar. 15
105% Oct. 14
110% Feb. 20
98
Jan.
4
102% Nov. 14
113% Oct. 17

May

101
20

107]

1031
1031
104]
100]

4

5 105% Nov. 30

June

109

Nov.

Nov.

June

98% May 22
102% May 24
96
May 22
97
May 23
108% Apr. 11
86
June
8

Nov.
Nov.

Oct.
1
71% Apr. 23

99

Nov.

Nov.

11

81

67

4
Nov. 14
Nov. 14
Nov. 14

13
31
16

23

104% July

121

107
...

1945 110% 113
Ogden Gaa Co 5a
329,000
Ohio Power 3%s
1968 108% Sale
947,000
Ohio Public Service 4a
1962 109
Sale
1,269.000
OHa Nat Gas 3%s b—...1955
107% Sale
415,000
Oula Pow a Water 5s a—.1948 103
103%
183,000

For footnotes see page 53.

101
108

Sale

115%
106% Sale

46

Sale

105% 105%
103% Sale ,104
106% Sale
107
103% 104% 104

112%
104%

105

1

Sale
Sale

102 h
102 h

55

Nov. 26

Nov.

108% 109% 108% 111
108% Nov. 18 109% Nov.
101% 101%
98% Nov.
1 101 % Nov. 29
98% Sale
57
Sale
57
Nov. 27
61% Nov. 12
60% Sale

4Hs registered—...--1980
1.000
3 %s___
1964
289,000
3%a registered
-.1964
4,000
ny a Westchester Ltg 6s-'54
58,000
4s
2004
166,000
Nor Amer lap 5hs a. —1956
633,000
North Boston Ltg Prop 3h® 47
464,000
Nor Cont Util 5Ha a
1948
450,000
Nor'west Pub Serv 5s a...1957
459,000

70

68

110%
Sale
Sale

101% 104
95

Sale
93%
106 h 109 h 108

103%
104% 105
101
102%
104% Sale

1953

Nov. 12
Nov. 27

a94

Sale
Sale
79h
81
105
Sale

251,000 Nippon Elec Pow 6 ha

4 105
8 108

100h
90h
109 h

5a stamped
1942
A6s aeries a
-.1949
548,000
aN y Pa & o rr 4 %sstpd 1950
411,000
n y State e a g 4%s
1980

872.000

6 109% Nov. 13

103% Nov.
106% Nov.

35

Sale

New Orleans Pnblic Serv—

19l"666

107% 108

68

New Amsterdam Gaa 5a—1948 121
Sale
93,000
New Eng g a Elec Aasn 5s 1947
68 % Sale
2,224,000
5a.
1948
67 ji Sale
546,000
Convdeb 5s
1950
68
Sale
1.888.000
New Engl Pow Aasn 5a....1948
98 M Sale
2,530.000
Deb 5h»
1954 100 h Sale
2,583,000
New Eng Pow Co 3 Me a--1961
107 h 108 h
96,000

"l'ood

106% Sale

107% Nov.

35

27

17,000
152,000
42,000
152,000
194,000
248,000
3,000

U

105

25

1,000
25,000
1,000
582,000

19.000

110

104

105

70

Nassau a Suffolk Ltg 5a—1945
99 M
711,000
2026 111h
716,000 Nat Pow a Lt 6a a
Deb 5s series b
2030 107
815.000
iNat Pub Serv 5s o o d.1978
24 m
114,000
ebraska Power 6s
2022 121
84,000
4 ha
1981 108h
306,000
Neisner Bros Realty 6a—1948 105 h
116,000
Nevada Calif Elec 5a
1956
79 M
2,176,000

68.000
12.000
57.000

107% 108% 109
31
33 h
35
104

5
9

9
9
9
8

8

1

104% Nov.

8
Nov. 28
105% Jan. 10
104
Jan.
4
110
Oct. 18
Oct.
109
8
115% Oct. 28
106% Nov. 20
103

Oct.
9 65
Mar. 12
May 22 103% Nov. 18
Nov. 4 106
Jan. 12
June

4

Jan.

May 27 106

10
Feb. 20

May 23 113
May 24 110%
May 28 109%
May 28 109
May 29 105

Nov.
Nov.
Mar.
Apr.
Feb.

49

27

22
15

10
13

new

53
aggregate

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since

November

1.000

254,000

3,502,000 Pacific Power & Light 5s_-1955
64,000 Park Lexington Bldg 3s
-1964
-.

Penn Cent Lt & Pow

5s

424S-1977
1979

17,000

172,000

22,000
49,000
24,000
23,000
21,000

426,000 Penn Electric 4s series F--1971
5s series H
1962
600,000
1950
309,000 Penn-Ohio Edison 6s

7,000
S

144,000
79,000
32,000
11,000

16,000
4,000
30,000
5.000
16,000
59,000

-

1959

524s series B
471,000
161,000 Penn Pub Serv 6s O
5s series D__
60,000

1947
1954

1,609 ,000 Peoples Gas Lt & Coke 4sB_'81
4s series D
1961
1,843 ,000
1972
877 ,000 Phila Elec Power 524s

1962
488 ,000 Phila Rapid Transit 6s
Piedmont Hydro-Electric Co—
41 ,000 Pittsburgh Coal

Ask

1095*

Sale

110

112

93 54

Sale

4324 Sale
10254 Sale
1032* 10424
104 24

6s

1948
294 ,000 Pittsburgh Steel 6s
26 ,000 iPomerania Elec Co 6s_—1953

9524 Sale
9724
98
11324 1142*
9424
952*
,

1,311 ,000 ♦Portland Gas & Coke 5s. 1940
5s stamped
1950
234 000

91,000

356, 000 Potomac Edison 5s ser E--1956
424s series P
1961
103 000
56, 000 Potrero Sugar 7s stamped .1947
413 000 Power Corp of Can 424s B-1959
1954
22, 000 APrussian Electric 6s
Public Service of Colorado—
S f deb 4s
1949
223 000

44,000

522, 000

6% perpetual certificates—
.1966

Sale

30
832* Sale

1st mtge 3 24s
1964
Public Service Co of N J—

525, 000

100
12 2*

/14,000
10.000
2,000
92.000

11,000

52,000
11,000
392,000
101,000
.334,000
23,000

4,000

47,000
6,000

160. 000 Pub Serv of Okla 4s

4,915, 000 Puget Sound P & L 524s—1949
5s series C
1950
1,473, 000
424s series D
1950
3,337, 000

312,000 Queens Boro G & E

524S--1952

ARuhr Gas Co

1953
---1958

10824

Sale

110

111

492*

512*
Sale
30

88
14

Bid

Ask Bid

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

6
1052* Nov. 29 1052* Nov.
10624 Nov. 13 10654 Nov. 13
97 2* Nov.
95
Nov. 28
8

10524 10624 10524 Sale
1072* 108
1072* 108
9624 Sale
9524 Sale
39 24
392*
4024 37
105
Sale
1042* Sale
105
Sale
10524 106

105

Nov.

1052*
1072*
1072*
10724
107 2*
10624

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

1042* Nov.

Sale
109
10924
10724 108 24
10724 108
1062* 10724

106

Sale

107 2*
108

10824
107 2*
10724
1072*

Sale
Sale
10924
108

108

Sale

10124 Sale
102 24 Sale

103 24 10024
102 24
10324 Sale
113
11324 112 24
102 24
102 24 Sale

113

1042*

103

Sale

Sale

1 10524 Nov. 27
1 1062* Nov. 15

Nov.
1
1082* Nov. 13
10824 Nov. 9
108
Nov. 18
Nov. 19
Nov'. 28 108
Nov. 30
Nov. 4 108
106

10324
Nov.
104
Nov.
Nov. 13 114
Nov. 30 10424

272* Nov. 18 3124
30
35
23
30
107
107 24 1052* Nov.
7 107
1052* 107
102 2* Nov. 23 10324
103 24 104
103
Sale
26
262* Nov. 12 27
2524
92
Nov.
7 9324
92 24
932*
9324
9324
Nov. 15
852*
832*
842* 83
8424
852*

112
1082* Nov. 1 109
10824 11024 10824 Nov. 29 110
50
50
Nov.
1
46
54
70
Nov.
6
722*
70^
12
26
3024 2624 Nov. 13 2624

1082* Sale
1092* 1U
50
Sale
7024
71
27

109

28

Nov. 25
Nov. 25
Nov.
8

Nov.

1

Nov.

15124 155
107
10824
982* Sale
98

Sale

9224

Sale

161
106

1012*
10124
1002*

Sale
10724
Sale
Sale

Sale

156
159
Sale
106
1072* 107
101
10124 Sale
10024 10024
992*
982*
99
99 2*

962* Sale

9124 Sale

90"

17
14

27

2524

Harbor Water Pr 424s 1979 10924 110
137
47,000 San Joaquin L & P 6s B—1952 133

1072*
13624

28

Nov.

6

Oct. 21
3
Feb.
Apr. 23
Oct. 17
9
Jan.
Feb. 16

91
May 29 10324
95
June
3 104
11024 Mar. 20 115
92
May 22 105

Nov. 25
Nov. 25

4824
June 13
May 29 107
May 18 1045*
27
June 17

99

Nov. 22
Nov. 16
Nov.
1

106]
107!
45

Aug. 14

Nov. 8
Nov. 13

61

June

3

14

Jan.

13

6

13

7824 May 22
75
June
3
June
June

Mar.

8

Nov. 27

Oct. 29
Nov. 18
Mar.

Apr.

1
16

17 10924 May 10
Oct. 25
5 111

5324 Apr. 29
912* Jan. 10
2624 Nov. 13

1
Jan. 12
Oct.
2
Oct. 23
Nov. 1

Nov.

5

6

99

Jan.

July
6
1324 Sept. 13

29

Nov. 28
Jan. 17

18

Nov. 25

7

94

May 28 161
1042* May 28 108
86
May 21 103
83
May 21 10124
81
May 24 10024
80

8

1

Oct.

90

128

1

Nov.

Feb.

1042* July 24 10754 Sept. 24
10524 July 25 10924 Nov. 9

Nov. 28

26

10724 10824 10724 Nov. 14 109]
137
Nov.
1 137)
137

Sale

10624
1085*
10924
10824
1082*
10824

May 21
10454 May 23
10424 May 28
101 5* June
5
106
May 24
105
May 24
100

24

9124 Nov.
29

Jan. 11
Jan.
2
Nov. 27
Mar. 23

103

Nov.

6
22

Jan.

9724
4324
10524
10724

6

Nov.
1
Nov. 13

11024 Jan.
112

Nov. 7
Nov. 18
Nov. 8
Nov. 6

Nov. 20 10124 Nov. 6
Nov. 19 10024 Noat.* J

8924 Nov. 26

Sale

27

699.000 Safe

Nov. 13 161
Nov. 13 107
Nov. 16 102

1052* Nov. 29
10654 Nov. 13
86
June 10
39
Sept. 24
962* June 11
101
June
6

Nov. 27

106
10624 10524 Nov. 12 10624 Nov. 22
10624 107
1082* Nov. 2 10924 Nov. 9
10824 10824 1092* Shle

35
35

624s
39,000
7,000 ARuhr Housing 624s A

Lowest

Ask

106

Sale

10724 1072*
1092* Sale
106
109
10724 Sale
10624 1072*

1960
432*
46
1949 1042* 10424

624 s series A

1,055 ,000

Bid

Nov. 30

Nov. 1

1940

BONDS (Concluded)
$
429.000 Pacific Gas <Sc Elec 6s B—1941
57.000 Pacific Ltg & Pow 5s
1942

112" 600 2,402,000

1

Price
Jan. 2

Jan. 1

27,000

range since jan.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

sales
In

exchange

curb

york

June

15

1055* June 28 10924 Jan.
3
127
June 11 13724 Nov. 25

ASaxon Public Works—

1,000
34,000
86,000

80,000
81,000
30,000
61.000

158,000

35
1937 11
6s—1951 213 * 23
Scrlpps(E W) Co 524s—--1943 1033 * Sale

22,000
6s
138,000 ASchulte Real Estate
345,000
669,000 Scullin

1,223,000
884,000

Steel Co 3s
1951
Shawinigan W & P4Hs—1967
424s series D
1970

249,000 Sheridan Wyo Coal 6s
750.000 Sou Carolina Power 5s

2,584,000 Southeast P & l 6s

1947
1957
2025

64
95

J

65

S| Sale

9524

Sale

91

9524
Sale
Sale

9924
11224

2624

2624
3624

39
37
43
39
10124 1012* 10124 101
75
Sale
7424
7524 Sale
82
82
Sale
8524
86
82
Sale
8524
8624 82
.

y

101

39
Nov. 22
Nov. 22
Nov. 13 10124 Nov.
2
Nov. 12
Nov. 6 81

Nov.

y

91
94
90
Sale
10224 102 2* 102 24 103
11124 Sale
11224 Sale

90

Nov.

Nov.

102 24 Nov.
1102* Nov.

1
1

Nov. 26
872* Nov. 26

87

12
Mar.
1 2624
23
Jan. 24
39
10024 June 11 104
57
May 15 81
64
June
3 9824
64
May 31 975*

Nov. 12
1 91
4 10324 Nov. 4

87

Nov. 15

102

7

113

May 24

962* June

Oct.
Nov.
Jan.
Nov.
Jan.
Jan.

9524 Jan.

3 10324 Nov.

15
22

30
12
19
22
3

4

May 22 11324 Sept. 13

Southern Counties Gas

38,000
20,000
16.000

u"656
171,000
145,000
201,000
173,000

122,000

156" 000
1,000
14,000
27,000
10.000

37.000

28,000
118.000
42,000
5,000
112,000
108,000

16,000
30,000
63,000
9,000
3,000
72,000

155,000
24,000

477,000
56,000
49,000
4,000

108,000
119,000
29,000

96,000

127,000
3.000
11,000

39,000

"4" 556
1.000

of California 424s
1968
479,000
552,000 Southern Indiana Ry4s—1951
Southwestern P & L 6s
2022
538,000
141,000 S'western Pub Serv 6s A-.1945

357,000 Spalding (AG) & Bros 5s—1989
Standard Gas & Electric—

3,764,000
2,832,000
4,401,000
4,138,000
3,608,000

6s stamped
6s con v stamped
6s series A
6s gold debs

1951
1957
1966
—1966

6s series B—
a6s B registered
2,000
1957
4,148,000 ""and Power & Lt 6s
6s registered
--.—1957
1,000
AStarrett Corp 5s
1950
662,000
Stinnes (Hugo) Corp—
7s 2d stamped 4s
230,000
Certifs of deposit
24,000
78 2d stamped 4s
223,000

1940
1940
1946

Terni Hydro-Electric Co—
A6 24 s series A
1953
806,000
Texas Elec Service 5s
1960
1,655,000
1956
801,000 Texas Power & Lt 5s
6s
2022
65,000
Tide Water Power 5s A—1979

1,048,000
Twin City Rap Tr 524s A.1952
1,812,000

6724 Sale

United Lt & Pow 624s
Deb 6s

1974
1975

524s
1959
296,000
United Lt & Rys(Del) 5Ms 1952
4,699,000
United Lt & Rys (Me) 6s A1952
487,000

Deb 6s series A
1973
436,000
Utah Power & Light 424«-1944
374,000
68 series A
2022
558,000

1,171,000 Virginia Pub Ser 524« A—-1946
6s
1946
440,000
6s series B
1950
693,000

Sale

7324
7324

6624

Sale

73

515,000

10,000

222,000
465,000

tAYork Rys Co 5s
♦5s stamped

For footnotes see page 53




Sale

7324
74
Sale

71

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

71

Sale

712*
712*
7024
712*

19~" Sale"

22

Sale

18*

28

42

Sale

46

32

242*

"25"

442*

Sale

1042* Sale
10724 Sale
115

Sale

10224 1022*
6224 Sale

85

9

Sale
30
30
87

8324 Sale
107
93
118
80

Sale

99

Sale

99

Sale

Sale

Sale

8024

1022*

Sale

100

Sale

10024 Sale

Sale
109

4124
3224

28
29
28
29
7024 Nov. 27

70 2* Nov.
70 2* Nov.

70 2* Nov.
70 2* Nov.

70 2* Nov.

29

97

Sale

97

98

43
34

44

3024

"2I"
Sale
46
32

745*
745*
7424
7424
745*

Nov. 12

Nov. 13
Nov. 13
Nov. 13
Nov. 12

745* Nov. 12
Nov. 12

10324 Nov. 13 10554 Mar. 28
53
Mar. 12
37
May 24
6
90
May 21 1052* Jan.
5
105
May 22 10854 Feb.
60
Apr.
6
40
May 21
49
Jan.
4924 Jan.
48
Jan.
48
Jan.

19

745* Nov. 12

19

745*
7424
7424
745*

19
19
48
Jan. 19
72
Oct. 24
49
Jan. 19
74
Nov. 12
1454 May 21

Nov. 12
182* Nov. 27

74
22 24

Nov.

Nov.

46

Nov. 30

27

June

41

6
Nov. 13

Nov. 13

Nov. 26

452* Nov. 29
Nov. 14

41

31

34

18

June 10

41

26
Nov. 19
2724 Sale
2954
Sale
10624 1072* 1055* Nov. 1 107
Sale
107 24 Sale
1065* Nov. 8 10724
Sale
117
Nov.
6 11824
117
11824 118 24 Sale
97 24 Sale
962* Nov. 7 99H
98
Sale
60
Nov. 29
60
Sale
6254
622* Sale

292*

Nov.

1

1

13

212* June 12

72

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

13
13
13
12

Oct.

24

745* Nov. 12
74

Nov. 12

2424 Feb.

5

47
46

Sept. 13
Sept. 11
3824 Oct.
4

46

Jan.

3

106

Nov. 22

101 5* May 23 107

Nov. 22

10724

Nov. 27
Nov. 27
Nov. 15
Nov. 1

10424 May 14 108 54
109
June
5 1202*
8824 May 24 10324
56
May 22 69

Jan. 19
Oct. 22
Jan.
5
Apr. 16

7

Sale

11724

Sale

Sale

20

26

8
118

Nov.

26

Nov.

34

Nov.

7

724
2424

33

33

33

Nov.

29

33

"35""

34

Nov.

942* Sale
892* Sale

90

91
Sale

8924 N<bv.

85

85

342*
945*
892*
107)*
965*

Nov.
Nov.

Sale

107 2* 1082* 106
93
932* Sale

118

Sale

11824 11824 1175* Nov.

88

Sale

106

9624

Sale

84 2*

86

Nov.

57

1092* 109
5824

10624 108
11424

Sale

108

Nov.

111

109

,Nov.

Nov.

7424 May 22

Nov. 20
1
4

1

Nov. 12

107

10724

Sale

982*
99
9924 100

1

Feb.

7

Apr. 27

5 10124 Nov. 19
May 29 10224 Nov. 25

5
992* May 21 10454 Oct.
94
May 31 103
Nov,. 1
Sept. 21
95
May 21 104

Nov.

1
4

624 Nov.

7

4

Nov. 30

107

May 21
1054 Jan.
May 16 10924 Apr.

3
26

9 10924 Nov. 12 1072* Aug. 26 10924 Nov. 12
43
June
7 605* Feb. 23
1042* May 31 10824 Oct. 22
May 13
1072* June 10 117

Jan.
Nov.
6 105
10224 May 28 1075* Oct.
102

Nov.

9 100

Nov. 15

90

9924 Nov.

2 101

Nov. 22

94

99

Nov.

9524 July
85

Nov.

562*
582* 5624 Nov. 27 582* Nov. 29
10624 108
1152* Nov. 8 1165* Nov. 27
11624
102
Nov.
6 102
Nov. 6
101
105
107
Nov.
1 10724 Nov. 18
1072* 108

9924 100
1002* 1002*

5
6
4

945* Nov. 9
Apr. 26
Apr.
8

May 21
892*
5 110
10424 July
78
May 21
965*
1 119
June
110
722* May 28 89
73

Nov.

—.

102

1224 Mar. 11
4

12 11824 May
16
455* Jan.
Nov.
May 23 34
June 10
342* Nov.
June

16

Nov.

7 109

July 30

Nov.

101" ' Nov. 19
Nov. 25
102

424 Nov. 22

Sale

ns*

Oct.

Nov.

102
Sale
10124 Nov.
1 103
1012* 102 24 1015* Nov. 22 103
102 2* Sale
10254 Nov. 25 103

4 24
624
724
109
10724 110

Nov. 26

885* Nov.

119

8424 Nov.

10124 Nov.
10024 10124 10124 Sale
Nov.
102 2* 10324 100
10024 101
10224 Sale
102 24 Sale
102 2* 105

Nov. 28

Nov.

1165* Nov.

118

108

Sale
107
1960 11524 119
1941 1042* Sale
.1966 10524 Sale

1937
—1947

74

8
47
Nov. 27
5024 Nov.
1
48
Nov. 25
102 2* 10124 Nov. 13 103
108
Nov.
1
47
Nov. 20 49
Sale

1042* 10324 Nov. 13 10424 Nov.

74

Waldorf Astoria Corp—
a5s income;deb
1954
1024
1,067,000
Wash Ry & Elec 4s
1951 1072*
72,000
Washington Water Power—
1st mtge 324t
1964
100,000
Western Newspaper Union—
Oonv deb 6s
1944
5224
539,000
2030 1062*
221.000 West Penn Elec 5s
West Penn Traction 5s
106,000
49.000 Wheeling Elec Co 5s
Wisconsin P «fc L 4s A

7324 Sale
7324 Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

is*

779,000
1,952,000

1032* 1042* 1032*
45
50
Sale
101
102
10124
106
108
10524
47
49
Sale

6724
6724
6624
6724

^♦tJlen & Company—
6s 4th stamped
1950
568,000
United Elec of N J 4s
1949 11724
192,000
United Elec Service 7s——1956
563.000
A United Indus 624s
1941
43,000
a 1st 6s
1945
16
60,000

29.000

97,000

1948
1948

10524 10524
51 d\ 52
103
1042*
10724 Sale
492*
50

19 100
June
6 101
June

23

31

Nov. 15
Nov. 22

53

NEW YORK CURB EXCHANGE

DEC., 1940]
AQQREQATE
NEW YORK
Since
Jan. 1

November

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

SALES
In

1

Price

EXCHANGE

CURB

Jan. 2
Nov. 1

1940

Bid

Ask

Bid

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Ask

Ask Bid

FOREIGN GOVERNMENT

MUNICIPAL

AND

2,000
2,000

Agricul Mtge Bk Rep of Ool—
30,000
i20-year 7s
Apr 1946
31,000
420-year 7s
Jan 15 1947

5,000

50,000

26;
26]

20

28

21

25

22

Nov. 29

22

Nov. 29

20

24

21

24

22

Nov. 20

22

Nov. 20

30

2534

2634 Nov. 15

12

73,000

16

834

0%

iCent Bk of German State &
Prov Banks 6s B
1951
38,000

12H

46s A
1952
37,000
72,000 Danish Cons Munic 5>4s--1955
5s
1953
31,000

2534
25)4

29
2834

"2",005

51H
42)4

35
35
70
50

1,000
43,000
12,000

4Danzig P & Wat'way Bond
^external s f 6 Ms
1952
14,000
253,000 iGerman Cons Munic 7s—1947
46s
1947
171,000

4,000
3,000
3,000

8,000
6,000
5,000
2,000

~6~,555

No

Sold

a

12

2634 Nov. 29
2634 Nov. 2

2634 Nov. 25
26 54 Nov. 26

Sale

26

27

2634 Nov. 12

2734
2634
634
1134

6K
14

10%

634
1134
8)4

28

21

20

28

21

11)4

15

1134

22

40

23

40

1434
634
34

16
634

1534
734
34

17
734
34

11)4
9 H

11*

^

34

7
13;
9)

*'

1

r

Sold for cash.

Ex-dividend.

28

12

(Continued from page 18)

unofficial
The

sterling

no

person

account may be opened in the name of a

resident in the United States or Switzerland or any

countries

with

which

special account arrangements are in
force unless written consent is obtained from the Bank of

A

new

tightened

outside

an

transfers

on

The Treasury was

Britain.
to

reported to the Bank of England by Nov. 15.
Order in Council which became effective Nov. 25
restrictions

money

Great

from

empowered to make payments

such

if

area

of

payments

go

into

a

blocked

account.

Money due non-residents for investments in Lon¬
be paid into a blocked account and invested in
certain foreign securities, a list of which, it was stated,
would be immediately published by the British Treasury.
No further restrictions were placed by the Order in Council
on
sterling then hold by foreign residents, nor was there
any change in the procedure by which the Government might
give permission to non-residents to deal in foreign exchange.
An exception was made in the case of the national savings

don

may

certificates

3%

and

Non-resident

bonds.

defense

holders

of these may

still transfer the sterling they represent into
foreign exchange.
Companies in foreign countries under
control of British residents were warned that they might
be

breaking

the

law

if

subsidiary

the

sold

company

pledged any security without Treasury consent.
The New York Bankers Foreign Exchange Committee
nounced

British

on

Nov. 27 the receipt of a new regulation

or

from the United Kingdom.

The ruling stated that payment
sterling from Canadian author¬

ized accounts

the

or

in

in Canadian

or

Newfoundland dollars.

For

it was stated that sterling
accounts of Canadian banks had been recognized by the
Bank of England as "Canadian authorized accounts."
of

purpose

the regulation

Throughout the month London open market money rates
continued easy, with call money almost invariably in supply

%%, while two-months' bills were 11/32%, three-months'
1/16%, four-months' bills 1 3/32%, and six-months'

at

bills 1
bills

11%%.

Canadian exchange during November was

and the discount
ated within
ber

ranged

count of

In

on

notably steady,

the unit in the unofficial market fluctu¬

a narrow range

between

a

Montreal funds during Novem¬

discount

which

within

what

of

13

5/16%

and

a

dis¬

Under the rule sales, in which no account

dealings

some

the

extremely

authorities

further

dents.

The

provided
such

still

narrow

tightened

take

place,

generally

1
16
1

28

is

held
The

of $4.03%-$4.04.

range

restrictions

exchange

some¬

by taking steps to prevent the transfer into
regulations, which took effect as of Nov. 23,

new

for

"blocked"

new

sterling

accounts,

capital proceeds are to be paid.
financial

advanced

peso

$0.2330

to

to end

for

rate

of

an

Argen¬

the Argentine

first part of November from
$0.2370, but subsequently declined

during
high

as

somewhat,

the free

delegation,

into which

k

"Coincident with the arrival in this country
tine

the

as

$0.2345.

the month at

Some minor im-*

provement was also shown by the Cuban peso, the discount
which

on

"On

quoted at .the end of November at 8%%, as

was

against 9%%

month earlier.
National Bank of Hungary revised its

a

21

Nov.

the

foreign exchange quotations, lowering the premiums on the

sale of convertible exchange

purchase and
In

(including the

from 50% and 53%, respectively, to 47% and 50%.

dollar)

the

of

terms

dollar,

the pengoe appreciated

therefore,

from

$0.1883-$0.1937 to $0.1921-$0.1977.

rates

are

stantial

close

those which

to

depreciation

outbreak

of

the

were

pengoe

The current dollar

quoted before the sub¬

that

accompanied

the

of war."

Details

gold movement at the Port of New York

of the

during November were outlined as follows in the "Monthly
Review"

the

of

"There
in

the

The

Federal

Reserve

of

Bank

New

York

for

a

further moderate

of

amount

gold

decline during November

into the United

States.

ol

$40,009,000, following
reached

and

a

new

Nov. 30.

000,000

on

United

States

an

month of the

increase of $115,000,000 in October

figure of approximately

high

$1,815,-

The increase in the gold stock of the

during

the

somewdiat larger than in

month—about

295,000,000—was

October, but smaller than in any

April-September period of this year.
Department of Com¬

In the four weeks ended Nov. 20 the

reported the receipt

merce

of $288,985,000 of gold

in the

principal amounts: $205,642,000 from Canada,
$16,490,000 from Argentina, $14,432,000 from Australia,
$14,338,000 from Portugal, $12,186,000 from Japan, $8,436,000
following

from Russia,

$6,296,000 from South Africa, $3,600,000 from

Philippines, $1,482,000 from the United Kingdom,
$1,107,000 from Hongkong, $925,000 from Chile, and $605,000
the

the foreign exchange situation during
November the Federal Reserve Bank of New York said in

Mexico."
CONTINENTAL AND

Very little of real value

"Those exchange rates which continue to be quoted regu¬

of

imports

gold held under earmark for foreign
account at the Federal Reserve banks was increased about

on

its "Monthly Review" for Dec. 1:

was

volume

total

from

12%%.

commenting

34 Nov. 19

13
13
20
11

foreign exchange of certain capital payments to non-resi¬

an¬

by the

could

either

754 Nov. 18
34 Nov.
6

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
July
Feb.
Feb.
Mar.

Dec. 1:

Treasury relating to payment for goods reexported

be received

1434
4634
1634
1054
54
34
54
1734

19
13
5
June 11
34 Jan.
2
34 Feb. 16
34 Jan.
6
11
Sept. 25

Apr.
9)4 Jan.

16

6

at 113 54.

It was ruled that such accounts hlready opened

England.
should be

Nov.

24

r Cash sales, in which
no account is taken Ui
computing range, are given below:

British

England ruled, effective as of Oct. 15, that

area

263

Apr.
3
Mar. 20

Indianapolis Power & Light 634% pref., Nov. 27

at

official sterling, as distinct from

free market sterling.

or

Bank of

Nov. 12

16

n

"x-w" without warrants.

as

28

7
14
28

Jan.

taken in computing range, are given below:
No sales.

"w w" with warrants,

in the New York market

15

a Deferred delivery sales. In which no account Is
taken <n computing range, are given as follows:
No sales.

.

"w i" when issued.

"cod" certificates of deposit.

11

Nov. 30

Sale
15

voting trust certificates

"vtc"

1134 Nov. 23

Nov. 26
Nov. 12
Apr.
8
Mar. 25

263

June 13

23

1134 Nov.
28
Nov.
1534 Nov.
6 54 Nov.
54 Nov.

Sale

"n-v" non-voting,

Abbreviations Used Above:

2734
2654
1034
1334

Apr. 24
Jan. 11
534 May 31
8
June 12
734 June
6

12

Sept. 20
2054 Oct.
7

"m" mortgage,

Bonds being traded flat.
1 Reported in receivership.

2634 Nov. 25
2654 Nov. 26

11

26
12
27
19
22

Nov. 13

12

4

734 May 16

20

"cum" cumulative,

s

Mar.

754 May 18

28

34
1134

15'

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
8 54 Nov.

Nov.
8
634 Nov. 27
1134 Nov. 19
834 Nov. 25

26

26

634

_

A

6

18
26 %
30

"conv" convertible,

Deferred delivery sale.

Nov. 13

•8
26

20

2634 Nov. 25
2634 Nov. 28
52
Jan.
8
49
Mar. 13

20

12

Nov. 13

1

Jan.

15

29

Feb.

15

13

2634 Nov. 15

7

1234 Aug. 16
18
May
9
May 21

Nov.

26

"cons" consolidated."

the rule.

undo-

14

23

1

18

20

15

Nov.

Abbreviations Used Above:

value

par

23

20

26

1834
42 %
53
9
10)4
7H
8
34 Sale

1334

29

2634 Nov. 25
2634 Nov. 28

Sale
27

Uh

17,000
102,000
179,000
247,000
318,000

26

2634 Nov. 14
2634 Nov. 15

27

28
3o

26)4
2634

4Mtge Bank of Chile 6s—1931
Mtge Bank of Denmark 5s 1972
4Parana (State of) .Brazil 7s '58
4Rio de Janeiro 6^s.„
1959
4Russian Govt 6H>s
1919
46 Hs registered—
1919
3,000
i5%s
1921
193,000
53,000 4Santlago (Chile) 7s
—1949

2,000
3,000
12,000
21,000
49,000

*

4Liiia

2834

29

Jan.

754 June

834 Nov. 22

26

Sale

12

20

8
13
11%
20
9% Sale
9%
10 H
UK
16H

(City) Ger 7s—1939

4Hanover

834 Nov. 13

834

26)4
2634

Sale

12

934

2034 Sept. 16
Aug. 13

2534
23

10

5

12%

(Prov) 6Ks
1949
(City), Peru, 6HS-.1958
4Maranhao ?State) 7s
1958
4Medellin (Colombia) 7s__1951
Mortgage Bank of Bogota—
47s issue of May 1927—1947
9,000
47s issue of Oct 1927
1947
12,000

6.000

n

4Hanover

50,000
22,000
55,000
124,001/
68,000

12 H

2634 Nov. 15

26

13 %

Feb.

2834 Feb.

29

20

12

1961

7s

35

30

the

OTHER

or

FOREIGN EXCHANGE

reliability can be said regarding

foreign exchange and financial situation of the Conti¬

Most dispatches pertaining to
German authori¬

larly in the New York market showed greater stability dur¬

nental

ing the past month than at any time since before the out¬
break of the present European war.
The rate for the Swiss

these countries reflect the dominance of the

franc, for example, after having been permitted to appreci¬

ganization

ate

about

remained

level of

80

points following the capitulation

virtually

$0.2321.

unchanged

during

of

November

France,

near

the

The unofficial rate for the pound sterling,




ties

European countries.

over

financial

affairs.

Changes in

their financial or¬

business affairs are likely to
prove transitory and can have no value to market observers
on this side.
As already noted, exchange on these countries
and

conduct

of

(Continued on page 56)

RANGE OF PRICES ON CHICAGO STOCK
Stock Sales

1939
668,000
7,683,000

1940

Shares_

November

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

...

687,000
6,137,000

EXCHANGE

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30-.

-

Jan. 1

BONDS

$

10,000 Chicago Ry 1st M 5s ctfs..1927
700,000 Commonwealth Ed 3%s._1958

STOCKS

Shares

Shares

2,598

'"""424
520
300

1,550
1,550
750

350

50

765

24,300'Allied Laboratories common..*
3,950 Allied Products Corp Com__10
3,350
Class A
25
8,812 Allis-Chalmers Mfg Co
*

>

2,959
21,100
650

6,122
42,686
148,851
19,800

250

66,950
3,356

250

7,850

2,350

344

100

2,380
3,100
68,468
100,670
1,670

1,100

1.960

400

9,750
18,350

200

1,600
550

1,050
5,421
3,400
2,100
1,955
13,750
420

100
150

4,350

"T350
7,220
1,365

128% 128% 1121

69

Sale

144
47

121% U3%

114

49

9%
3 %
3

12 %
18

9%
1914

40%

9%
Sale

3%

it*
10%
20%
Sale

*

19

Highest
Sale Prices

8

Nov.

1

American Pub Serv pref
100
Amer Tel & Tel Co capital.>100 171% Sale
5% Sale
Armour & Co common
5
15% Sale
Aro Equipment Co com
1
% Sale
Asbestos Mfg Co common
1
38%
Associates Invest Co com
* 35
5
5
Athey Truss Wheel capital
4
2
Auburn Auto Co common
*
2%
2
1
Automatic Products com
5
%
Automatic Washer common
3
Sale
Aviation Corp (Del)
3
3%
3%
Aviation & Transport cap
1
6%
Backstay Welt Co common
*
17%
barber Co (w H) common.._1
9%
9%
Barlow & Seelig Mfg A com
5

if*

5,325
13,950 Bastian-Blessing Co common.*
8,460 Belden Mfg Co common
10
14,200 Belmont Kadio Corp
*
59,331 Bendix Aviation Corp com
5
42,360 Berghoff Brewing Corp
1
7,050 Binks Mfg Co capital
i
26,186 Bliss & Laughhn Inc com
5
75,272 Borg-Warner Corp common..5
3,480 Brach & Sons (E J) capital
*
2,850 Brown Pence & Wire cl A pfd. *
5,800
Common

5

common

60() Bunte Bros common
13,650 Burd Piston King common
54,271 Butler Bros common
12,416
5% cum conv pref

10
1
10
30

Nov. 23

Sale

52

50

53
Sale

51% Nov. 27
10
Nov. 27

55

17 %

9%
5

31%
10

18%
10%
5%

Sale
10%

4

Sale

23

Sale

25%
21%

Sale
Sale
18%

17

4%
10%

4%

11%

2%
7%
20%

165% Sale
5% Sale
12
10%
1% Sale
35% Sale
4%
3%

Sale
Sale
21

16

1

%
2%
5%

Sale
Sale

9

10

11 %

1%

1%
37%
3%

38%
3%
1%
%

%
%
4%
3!

Sale

17%

92%

5

Sale

Sale
3%

_

6%

6%

if*

19%

if*

10

Sale

18%

Sale

Sale

11

5%
33%
7%

Sale

17%
11%
5%
Sale
8%
5%

17

12

4%
32%

Sale

8

Sale

5%

4%

4

19

Sale

20%
16%

20% Sale
20% Sale
17%
16%
9%
7%

Sale
17%

10%

Sale

5%
19%

Sale
Sale

Nov. 16

4% Nov.
13

1

16% Nov. 20
21% Nov. 28
34% Nov. 27
91 % Nov.

164% Nov.
4 %

Nov.
Nov.

10

1% Nov.
35% Nov.
3% Nov. 27

% Nov.

6
Nov. 27
1
5% Nov. 18

4 %

2% Nov.

Nov. 27

18

10% Nov. 25
17% Nov. 23
11
Nov. 19
5
Nov. 29
32
Nov. 27
7% Nov.
1
Nov.

4

6

8

8£
m

Nov. 23

Nov.

6

Nov. 12

12

Nov.

6

Nov.

35

Nov.

8%
5%
21%
22%
17%

Nov. 14

Nov. 18
Nov. 25
Nov.
Nov.

Nov. 28

2% Nov.
11% Nov.

9
15
19
15
15
8

3% Nov.
5% Nov.

4
8

Nov.

2

2% Nov. 25
5
Nov.
6
19
Nov.
4

20

Nov.

24

Nov.
Nov.

Nov.

m May
%
73
May
146
May
4
May

3
8

Apr. 24
May
9
Apr. 17

Oct

Mar. 11
Jan. 31
Jan.
4
Feb.
8

3% Nov.
% May
% Sept.
% Apr.
4
Aug.
2% May
4% May
15% May
8% May
12% May
7% May
3% May
24% May
7% Oct.
3% May

Apr.
1
Apr. 15
Apr. 16
Feb.
Oct.

Nov.
Oct.

15
23
1
25

May

8

Sept.

4

Apr.

9

Mar.

7

Nov. 28
Jan.
3
Jan.
3

13% May
13% May
14% June
7% Nov.

Apr.

June

9
7
5

Apr.

5% June

1

Feb.
Feb.
Feb.

Oct

11

7
15
16
31

Jan. 11
Mar. 12

% Jan.
30
June

2

6
3

Nov. 28
Jan.
Jan.

22 j% May

10

6
15

Oct.
Feb. 21
Feb.
6
Nov.
7

May
May

Nov. 25

17
3
Sale
Sale

Apr.
July

Oct.

4%
5%
18%
11%
18%

8

Nov.

May
May
May
May
May

10

Nov. 9
Nov. 13
Nov. 8
Nov. 4
Nov. 6
3 % Nov. 21

6*

Jan.
Jan.

Jan.

7
7

17% Nov.
21% Nov. 28
1
38% Nov.

4 94
6 167%
5%
29
25
11%
1 %
1
1 35%

Apr.

50% May
34%
7%
2%
2%

Nov. 25

13% Nov.

2%
Sale

10%
14%
2%
5%
19%

17
Sale

3

4

18% Nov. 28
19% JNov.
6
16% Nov.
6
7 % Nov. 25
2% Nov. 15
9% Nov.
6

9

2%

2

3% Nov.
9
3 % Nov. 20
11% Nov.
1
12
Nov. 29

25

90%
166%

1%
%

5

17

21%
34%

19

,

14

13

92%

13

20%
33%

22

"85%

3%
12%

12

Sale

38

4

3%
3%
12%

7
58% Nov.
10% Nov. 18

June

40
June
6 40
110% May 22 131

144

10

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

113% Nov. 20 120% Nov.

54%

Sale

53% Sale
11
10%
3%
3%
4% Sale
11% Sale
14
12%
17%
16%
22%
21%

22%
96

54%

Highest

Lowest

Lowest

Sale

94

22,856 Bruce Co (E L)

Ask

Ask Bid

Bid

Par

16,978 Abbott Laboratories com
*
170
4% % cum conv pref
lOu
4,600 Acme Steel Co common
25
2,670 Adams (J D) Mfg common...*
4.959 Adams Oil & Gas Co com
*
19,320 Advanced Alum Castings
5
12,550 Aetna Ball Bearing common—1

250 Altorfer Bros conv pref

""248

Ask

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Nov. 1

1940
Bid

$

58,606

1

Price

Jan. 2

Since

November

RANGE SINCE JAN.

IN NOVEMBER

PRICES

CHICAGO
STOCK EXCHANGE

SALES

$29,000
1,509,000

$58,000
710,000

November

AGGREGATE

In

1939

1940

Bond Sales

5

Mar.

8

Jan.

3

Apr.

2% July
4% May
17% June

3

Campbell Wyant & Cannon
360
400

7,412
Foundry capital
*
3,977 Castle & Co (A M) common.10
2,030 Cent C^id Storage Co com__2l»

"l"750

21,070

1,300

14,800
11,550
122,800
4,330

Central ill Pub Serv pref

400

270

690l

30

2,584
11,650
1,100
200

45,600

'"500
7,530

14%
21

14% Nov. 28
21% Nov. 20

89%

90

86% Nov.

90%

Sale

%
6%
%

Sale
7
Sale

*

rH

Preferred

*

106
45

21%
11

olH

Sale
Sale

14 '
60 Chicago Elec Mfg class A#
72
7,400 Chicago Flexible Shaft com..5
6,363 Chicago &NWRy com...100
%
368 Chicago Ry pt ctfs "1"
100
430 Chicago Towel Co conv pref..* 108
70
1,150
Common capital
*
6,747 Chicago Yellow Cab capital-.*
8%
31,023 Chrysler Corp common
5
90%
52,120 Cities Service Co common
10
4%
3
16,000 Club Alum Utensil Co com
*
2,230 Coleman Lamp & Stove com..*
23%
496,775 Com'wealth Edison com
25
32%
18,300 Compressed Indus Gases cap_5
12%
7,006 Consolidated Biscuit com
1
2%
54,816 Consolidated Oil Corp
*
7%

25
Sale

Central States Pr & Lt pref..*
Chain Belt Co common
Checker Cab Mfg cap

*
-5

4,600 Cherry Burrell Corp com
192,450 Chicago Corp common

5
1
*

Convertible preferred

17,580

9

60

650

180

1,770

310

12,948
2,797

70

910

1,369

1,050

17,158
3,150
10,700

60

810

1,000

5,850

1,385

400

V t

3,100

822

c

95% Nov. 12

pref part shares

50

% Nov.
6% Nov.
% Nov.

Sale
Sale
%

% Nov.
5% Nov.
%, Nov.
Sale
~ '
106% 112% 105% Nov.
41
Nov.
40
43
46%
7
Nov.
10
7%
8%
21
Nov.
19%
21
Sale
%

5%

10% May
14 % May
8% Feb.
71
May

21
22
14
24

110

1
8
4

% Jan.
4% July

17

19% Apr. 20
Nov.

24

Nov. 20

47% Nov. 14
8% Nov. 20
21% Nov.
7

36

30

Sale

29

12%
73%

Sale

68

Sale

1

13

Nov. 21

1

Nov. 14

13

Nov. 21

1 %

29%

28

Nov. 28

Nov.
31% Nov.

71

70

Nov. 28

74% Nov.

2%
110

71%
Sale

Sept 10
4% May 29
15% May 28
28
June 10
14

9
;'

Sale
Sale

Sale

35
Sale

110
71

69

"Io"~

9

Sale

76%
5%
2%

35

Sale

34

30%

Sale

28%

Sale

1%
5%

2
Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

2%
37

9% Nov.
75
Nov.

10%
*85%
6%
2%

5% Nov.
2% Nov.
35
28

Sale

1%
5 %

4%

Com part shs v t c A
50
2
Common part shs v t c B
*
Sale
Container Corp of Am com..20
30
Continental Steel common
*
Preferred.
...100 107
Crane Co common
25
23% "24"
61
Sale
Cudahy I act Co 7 % cum pf 100
Cunningham Drug Stores. ,2%
18%
18%
Curtis Lighting Inc common2%
2
3%
Dayton Rubber Mfg common.l
18%
19%
Cum class A pre?
35
31
23%
c

it*

2

Sale

3%
1
1%
%
%
%
%
15%
17% Sale
25%
21 %
24%
109%
103% 110
19%
21% Sale
.

37

3
6

20

Oct.

84

Apr.

4

% Jan.
% Jan

8
15

Nov. 12
Nov. 18

2%

"15%
:

25..,

1

30

4

"20%
75
18

15

2

H\

10H
24%

Sale

11%

12%

8

Jan.

29

5

Nov. 26

%
8
10

iff*

9

Nov. 13
7

18%
99%
13%

Nov. 12

51

22% Nov.

Nov.

80

Nov.

8
16% Nov.
1% Nov. 19

1% Nov.
10% Nov.

11% Nov.

9

32

32

22

May
May
May
May
May
July
June
May

7

Nov.

6% May
2
3% Mar. 12
Apr. 15
33
Apr.
8
16% Mar. 7
3% Jan. 26

23

Nov. 21

Nov.

2

2% May
May
25% May
10
May
1
May
5% May

Nov. 26

17% Nov.
Nov.

109% Nov.

1%

2%

6% Nov. 15

Feb

4

Nov. 21

15% Nov.
23

64

Nov.

4

% Nov.

9
3

7% May 22
53 % May 28

Nov.

5

Feb.

Apr. 26
May 28 116
June 28 75% May 10
11% Mar. 25
Jan.
3
91

93

1
7
1
1

30% Nov.

3% Nov.
% Nov.

"l6~" "16%

15

Oct.
June

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov.

2

28
2

55

35

1% Nov. 19
5% Nov. 30

Jan.

May 21

25% June 11

Nov.

IV4
73

70
1

5

4%

5

13

11
7
7

9

14%

3%

18% Oct.

% June 10
% Jan. 23

Nov.

70

69
Sale

Jan.

11% Oct.
21% Nov.

% May

19

10%
83%
6%
2%

3

7
8

12%

2%
2%
%
%
108
109% 109% Nov.
108% 110
66

Jan.

4

37

Sale

3%

'8

13%

12%

7

11% Jan. 11
95% Nov. 12

29
Apr. 17
Jan.
2
%.Mar. 14
92
May 25 in* Feb. 13

18% Oct.
13%
Sale

1%

Consumers Co—
270

4

16% Nov. 12
Nov.
7

Corp—

Sale

'

50

130

20%

13

3 213

400

14

Sale

Sale
4%
Sale

218

'"850

Sale

70%
3%
20%

10,140

22,700
1,050

15%
22

Sale

7930

260

""166

15%
21%
14

11%
82%

Common
1
gh
Convertible preferred
*
% Sale
Cent & S W Util com (new) 50c
Prior lien preferred
* 113% Sale

Central 111 Secur

4,100

14%
20

22

21

22
15

29

38

1% Jan.
% June

3
21

3

13
6

19% Apr. 24

22 33
Apr.
9
3 110% Mar. 20
4
6
24% Jan.
Nov. 12
80
18

May 20
1% Mar. 8
May 22
24% Sept 23
12

9

19

Feb.

2

Jan.

12

19% Jan.
31% Jan.

23

2

26

Decker (Alf) & Cohn—

500
20

2,710

Common

80

Preferred

.......

196 Geep Rock Oil Corp
805




1%

conv

pref. *
*

2%
73

100

8,236 Deere & Co common

For footnote# see page 56.

10

1%

18%

2
30

22

21%

Sale

21

1%

2

27

1 %

26

Nov. 29

2

Nov. 15

26

7
Nov. 15
Nov.

.1 % May 21
23
Aug. 10

7% May
23%

Sale

21%

20

Nov.

6

21% Nov.

7

9

13% May 22

2% Mar.
Feb.
11% Apr.
23 % Jan.

30

8
8

23
4

CHICAGO

DEC., 1940]
AGGREGATE
SALES

Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

2,150
800

"i]§66
250

3,800
2,500
1,350
80
624

RANGE SINCE JAN.

1

Price

EXCHANGE

Jan. 2

In
-November

"""240

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

CHICAGO
STOCK

55

EXCHANGE

STOCK

Since

STOCKS
Bid

*sk

13

9

200 De Mets Inc preferred
*
Dexter Co (The) common.---5

1,140
7,461
7,926
3,450
10,150
3,950
55,450
23,650
5,750

Bid

17
Sale

9

6

5

8

9

854

Sale

11*

34*4

33

Dodge Mfg "Corp "common— *
Eddy Paper Co. (The)
*
El Household Util Corp
.5

Sale

13
15

15*4

354
24

Elgin Nat Watch Co
15
fEversharp Inc common
1
100 Fair (The) preferred
100
4,360 Fairbanks Morse common—*

Sale
Sale

10

33

39 *4

Sale

1054 Sale

4 54
2954

4
354
3154 Sale
1*4
154

2

45*4

Sale

7

1454
1854

17

Sale

Sale

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

43

41

June 19

9
5
Nov.
1
954 Nov. 15
1154 Nov. 8

454 Nov. 25
854 Nov. 27
954 Nov. 20

Aug.
4*6 May
954 May
31
May
9
May
1154 May
4

37

14

1354
1754
Sale

16

4*4

33

37

1254

Lowest

Sale Prices

17

9

454

Sale
1054

154

Connell Dredge
& Dock Co common
*
2,450
10
17,200 Four-Wheel Drive Auto
5
12,900 Fox (Peter) Brewing com

Ask

Ask Bid

454

com..2
Dixie-Vortex Co common
*
Class A....--------------*
Diamond T Motor Car

Nov. 30

Nov. 1

1940
Par

1354 Nov.

7

14*4

"Nov." 14

17

Nov. 15

18

Nov. 18

354
28*4
1*4
3754
4154

Nov. 25
Nov. 6
Nov. 2
Nov. 12
Nov. 27

454
3154
1*4
3754
4654

Nov.
9
Nov. 18
Nov. 2
Nov. 12
Nov. 1

7
15
15
23
21
22

Jan. 26
May 23

3
21

154 Oct.
3
3754 Nov. 12
2954 June
5

1154
554
1056
1454

Apr.
Apr.
Feb.
Mar.

20
19
15
12

38

Mar.

5

1454 Nov.
18
Nov.
4*6 Apr.
3154 Nov.
254 May

14
18

29
18
25

Mar.

40

6

4954 Apr.

8

29
6

11*4 Feb.

10

Oct.

4

17
28
25

2554 Nov. 27
5
Apr. 18
Feb. 27
18
66
Apr.
8
8
5754 Jan.
8
1254 Apr.
2*4 Jan. 17
4954 Apr. 15
8
5654 Apr.
8
754 Apr.
8
6*4 Apr.
554 July 24
6
1254 Feb.
25
Apr.
8
12*4 Feb. 21
27*4 Jan. 27
20*4 Feb. 19
2
954 May

Fitz Simons &

300

1,950
4,400
5,300
1,000
100
428

100

2,900
1,576
14,809
527
800

"""206
1,406
800

3,900
1,060
120
250

900

1,300
240
100
250

2,175
150

2,055
1,100
2,574
800

2,317
1,400
754

I,125
100

10 54
4

13 54

Sale

1
42,450 Fuller Mfg Co common
10,700 Gardner Denver Co com (new) *

16

Sale

54 34

Sale

4 54
3%
6 54 Sale

Safety Razor com.
*
250 Godchaux Sugars Inc class A_»
7,850 Goldblatt Bros Inc common..*
Gillette

Hall Printing

Parts...3
preferred (w w)
.25

Werner Motor

240 Heller
3,080 Hibb Spencer

Bartlett com—25

31

10,650 Indep Pneum Tool s t c new..*
*
3,067 Indianapolis Pr & Lt com
1
7,121 Indiana Steel Prod com
6,604 Inland Steel Co capital——*
13,282 Internat Harvester common..*

26

254
88
Sale

"4*
1754
Sale
Sale

4954

~

1,920
90

300
100

'4454
102
Sale

354

,54

154
354

"754
Sale
26

10

1254
1654

*
*

150

90

II,400
21,250
1,650

50

550

4,260
250

600

3,627

""400
15

1,172
500

900

1,135
1,650
20
400

6,230
300
150
140
100

"200

2,696 National Cylinder Gas..
3,950 Nat'l Pressure Cooker Co
2
Nat Republic Invest Trust—
Cumul conv pref
4,790
National Standard—
Common stock...
—10
11,650

8

3854
30
Sale

354
28 54
354
7*4




14

8

Nov.
9
Nov. 14

9
2
2

Nov.

37

13*4
33 54

1354 Nov. 21
3154 Nov. 13

Sale

7

.

Sale
2

754
14

10

Sale

1654

1554

Sale

23

25

554
3654

8

3754

Sept. 12

16

954 May 21
554 June
3
8

7

3

754
2654
2054
254
8554
51*4

Nov.

14

Nov. 29

8

3356 Nov. 20
1454 Nov.

Mar.
1
May 21
June 26

5

Nov.
% Nov.
354 Nov.

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

May 27

2

654
1854
2054
254

Nov.

2254 Nov.
354 Nov.
94
Nov.

May 21
May 25

Nov. 27
Nov. 8
May 23
38*4 June 10
56 Oct. 29
254 Nov. 21
66 54

5654 Nov.

Nov.

4

Nov.

254
1754
1254
1854

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

3

Nov.

Nov.

19

43

Nov.
Nov.

4554 Nov.

43

Nov.

13

Nov. 13
1
Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

454 Nov.

4

Nov.
Nov.

10154 Nov.
49
Nov.

4

4*4
756
10154
10154 Sale
47
4654
4854
454

354
254
54
156
356
25

654
654
6*4
154 Sale
19
1754
754
654
13
954

May 22
5
Jan.

*4e May 10

954 Nov.
28

July 29
34 54 July
1
1056 May 21
30
Jan.
5
9
14

18

7
11*4 June
9
May 21
17
July 15

1854 Nov.
1354 Nov.

13
8

Nov.

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

354 Nov. 18
2
2*6 Nov.

Nov.

2556 Nov. 19
7
Nov.
8

4
54 Nov.
156 Nov. 29

4

654 Nov.
654 Nov.

2
19

1

Nov. 29

754 Nov.

Nov.

1754 Nov.

8

Nov.
4
Nov. 13

i!iK

Nov.

9

Feb.

7

15
1
Mar. 12
42
3
1554 Apr.
35*4 Apr. 20
10*4 Apr.
26*4 May

1654 Apr.
1954 Apr.

15
10

Feb.

23

1

5
5*4 Jan.
3
1354 Jan.
Apr. 30
2354 Oct. 16
3*4 Nov. 18

28

94

Nov. 13

62*6 Jan.
454 Jan.
4*4 Jan.

18*4 Nov.

3
12
9
4

Jan.

3

23*4 Apr.
50
Apr.

10
9

17

Nov.

1

May 21

Feb.

9

8*4
554 May 21
8.10154
100
Jan.
38
May 24 4954
90
May 28 10354
354 May 28!
654
6
~"
254 June
54 Nov. 19

Apr.

*6 Sent.

13

9

Jan.

11

Feb.

13

Apr.

5
30
Mar.
6
Jan. 13
Jan.

Mar.

2 54 July 15
23 54 May 21
5
June 10
5
May 15

29

Mar. 27

Sept. 26
Apr. 20
Apr. 12
Jan.
3

Nov. 29

1

3
Sept. 18

12

10

Nov.

1654
154
2354
654
3854

1754

1554
154
2354
654

Nov.
Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

2354 Nov. 18

1554 Aug. 16
5
4 '4 Jan.
954 Juiy 15
9
May 22
11*6 May 21
4
154 Jan.
2056 July 17

754 Nov. 26

354 May 18

J an.

4

37

Nov.

39

July 26
654 Nov. 18

Apr.
Apr.
Apr.

8
5
3

2

2454
8

40

7

Nov.

756 Nov. 14
25

1256 Nov.
1756 Nov. 14
2

26

27

15
Sale
2954
3054
3*4 Sale
2654
454
4*4
854 Sale
54.
,54
554 Sale
354
4 54
354
454

3*4
2754
554
5*4

27
4

7 54
2654
154

29*4
554
Sale
%
56
3*6
454
354
454
354
4 54
54
54
54
54
954 Sale
754 Sale
2254
2554
154
2

45

40

-----

Sale

Sale

24

26

954
35 *

1154
3754
1454

Nov. 12

8

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Jan.

25

Nov.

Apr.

26

Jan.

6

Jan.

5

Nov. 14
Jan.

May 21

11

June 24

Aug. 31
24

Jan.
Jan.

23
11

20

54 Nov.
356 Jan. 23

Jan.

20

716 Sept. 1*

4154 Nov. 12

Jan.

54 May 28

756 Nov.
26*4 Nov.

3654 Nov. 20

Nov. 18

5
June
Jan. 10

Apr.

10

54 Nov.
54 Nov.
1054 Nov.

Nov.

6

4
6

1
196 Mar.
3 54 June 10
3 56 June 10

$54 Nov.

Nov.

Apr.
Apr.

17

356
2454
3 56
556

554 Nov.
854 Nov.
Me Nov.
556 Nov.
354 Nov.

754 Nov.

17

27

2856 Nov. 20

Nov.

29

Oct.

Apr.

Mar. 28

856 May 22

1656 Nov.
2854 Nov.
4

Nov.14

34

26

1454
2854
3*4
2654
4*4
5*4
54s
3*4
354
354
54
54

45

3754 Sale

39

1

27

1554 Sale
26

Nov.

654 Nov. 18

654 Nov.
25

May 28

8

8

11

19

1054

22
26
22

954 May 27

Nov. 28

40

1

12*4 Nov.
1754 Nov.
54 Nov.

7

25

7.

154
1654

23

12 54 May 22

654 Nov.
9
954 Nov. 13
9

Nov. 26

May
354 May
2*4 Sept.
454 May

Nov. 14

754 Nov.

June 25
May 25
May 28
May 22

38

8
9

1354 Nov. 25

17

40

54
54
354
354
754 Sale
28
Sale
2054 Sale
354 Sale
8754 Sale
54*4 Sale
254
254
17
1754
1254
13
1854
1954
4254
4554
4

28

6H

35

Apr.

1754 May
1
May
30
July
16554 Aug
32
May

Nov. 13

11

2C

Nov. 12

28

Apr.

16

12

Jan.

24

9

Jan.

30

21

Jan.

3

Mar.

3

9

76

1354

25
9

35
15

1154
3754
1654

11

954 Nov.

.Tune 26

Mar. 26

7

Nov.

Jan.

20

26

May 21
May 29

Apr.
Apr.
Apr.

35
13 54

"Nov.

1254 Sent. 20

1354 Nov.

Anr.

16

Jan.

1154
354

454

29

454
9
9

1156
354

Sale
4

2954
Sale

12

11

Nov.

4

4

Nov.

28

29

3354

454

4

8*4

12

954
Sale

10

454
Sale
Sale

4

2854 Nov. 28
32
Nov.
1
454 Nov. 25
8*4 Nov. 30

Nov.

34

Nov. 12

8

S

30

Nov.

8

2054 May

36

Apr.

6
4

554 Nov. 12
8*6 Nov. 30

3

754 Jan.

554

1454

9

Nov.

12

Feb.

19

7*4

Tune

12

Jan.

20

20

Nov. 20

2254 Nov. 27
5954 Nov. 25

22

54
13

13

10 56

13

1054 Nov. 26

1054

10

5054 Nov. 21
15
Nov. 25

9

16

Nov. 25

11

Nov. 19

11854

1254 May
45

10*6 Nov.

2

15"
154
2354
36 54
27

11""

9

Nov.

6

9

Nov.

42

1554

13

38

54
2454
3954

2854

25

V*

70

1154
*4
1354
1
Sale
Sale
26

1054
11
54 Sale
4254
1454 Sale
54
54
2254 Sale
38

2554
/

Sale

2754

6

1054 Nov.
54 Nov. 14
45

Nov. 14

13

Nov.

2

1454 Nov. 30
54 Nov. 20

*6 Nov. 27
2156 Nov. 27

2554 Nov. 14

Nov. 27
2554 Nov. 27

4354 Nov.
8
2654 Nov. 23

37

11
11
18

.Tune

11854 May

9

854 May

14 56 Jan.
109
Apr.
Ian.
12

12
23

Feb.

26

Anr.

Oct.

6

1054 Nov. 14
54 Nov. 30
45
Nov. 14

Jan.

22 54 Jan.
12^4 Jan.

7

1054
54

a

2254 Nov. 27

9

29

1354
54

Sale

June

8V4 May
954 Aug.

107
Nov. 20

8
31

41

54

454

7

Nov. 30

15

8

5*4 May
1554 May

Nov.

109

1254

Feb.

12

5554

10

154 Mar. 28

May

23

10

21

"1054

9

3

4

Nov.

19

1454

30

Nov.

July

8

Nov. 16

9

53

1254

Nov.

10
10
4
22

11

1154
22 54
5954
1554

1354
1054
11454
9*6

1154

Sale

1254 Nov.

\pr.

22

10*6 Oct.
354 July

98

12

*
2,600 Penn Gas & Elec A com
50
25,218 Pennsylvania RK capital
17,093 Peonies Gas Lt & Coke cap. 100
*
2,730 Perfect Circle (The) Co

Sale

V*

1

24

66

8

.....

754
2554

*

150

8

8

Nov. 1
Nov. 14
Nov. 13
Nov. 9

554 Nov.
854 Nov.

10054
4654 Sale
103
102
10154
354
354
354
254 Sale
2*4
254
54
54
54 Sale
154
15.
154
154
454
3*4
354

1154

For footnotes see page

254 Nov.
Nov.
5454 Nov.
454 Nov.
354 Nov.

38

55

35*4
854
154
3454

854
1954
1054
18*6

13

754

8

1,850 Parker Pen Co (The) com.-.10
5
2,200 Pea body Coal Co B com
6 % preferred
850
100
10
3,150 Penn Elec Switch conv A

100

18

.

250

3,667
2,458

1

26

Nov. 28

654
954

9

2,520 Ontario Mfg Co common—..*
Oshkosh B'Gosh Inc—
Common
_*
270

100

454

*
37,680 Northwest Bancorp com
*
3,650 Northwest Eng Co capital
1,760 Nor West Util pr lien pref-. 100
7% preferred
100
4,170
730 Nunn-Bush Shoe common..214
130 Oklahoma Gas & El 7% pf.-lOO
6
1,396 Omnibus Corp common
Preferred class A
100
40

preferred

10

Nov. 27
Nov. 28

8

Sale

Nov.
6
Nov. 28
Nov. 14

63

54

Nov. 27
Nov. 29
Nov. 27

8

13*4 Sale

46
Sale

2

28

"170

300
110

42

32

Convertible

31.

5354 Sale
554
654
354
1854 "1854
1354 Sale
1754
1954

22,278 Noblitt -Sparks lnd Inc cap. .5
20
39,510 North American Car com
810 Northern Paper Mills com
*
*
5,260 Northern 111 Finance com

280

1254

o

3,600
7% prior lien—....
100
2,900
7% preferred A
—100
1,350
6% preferred*A
100
17,350 Miller & Hart Inc conv pref..*
1
2,617 Minneapolis Brew Co com
*
5,400 Modine Mfg common
*
2,950 Monroe Chemical Co com
Preferred
*
460
60 Montgomery Ward & Co cl A. *
Common
-*
34,519
850 Mountain States Power pref 100
930 Muskegon Mot Spec class A__*
*
2,700 Nachman Springfilled com
1,160 iNational Battery Co pref....*
*
1,477 Nat'l Bond & Invest com
Preferred series A
100
150

1,800

"3954

3
Sale

90

454

4,500 Midland Util 6% pr lien...100

30

2254
254

2

10
*

250

10,500

6

1
14

654 Oct.
3 54 June
1256 Feb.
3
May
1454 May

25

2754
2354

854

Cumulative

3,350

40

100

9

Sale

Sale

100

—5
2,700 Lynch Corp common
*
2,790 McCord Rad & Mfg "A"
800 McQuay-Norris Mfg com
*
150 Mc Williams Dredging Co com *
1,200 Mapes Consol Mfg capital....*
*
97,647 Marshall Field & Co com
130 Masonite Corp common
*
32,400 Mer & Mfrs Sec cl A com—.1
2,760
$2 cumul part pref
*
58,750 Mickelberry's Food Prod com_ 1
5
235,150 Middle West Corp capital
7,750 Midland United Co common..*
Convertible preferred A
*
66,950

50

9

Sale

13

preferred. _.._.*
Le Roi Co common
10
Libby, McNeill & Libby com. 7
Lincoln Printing Co com.....*
$3.50 preferred
*
Lindsay Light & Chem com. 10

550

8

4

10

554

18

3

1
*

870

110

3

6

1754 Nov. 27

7

Sale

854

420

2,850
44,645
11,000
2,310
15,610
Preferred
1,140
7,463 Lion Oil Ref Co capital
2,540 Liquid Carbonic common
13,700 Loudon Packing common

9

Sale
1054
1754 Sale
1354 Sale

Sale

_8

*

90

750

8

4

7*4 Nov. 9
754 Nov. 12
2554 Nov. 27
5
Nov.
7
1654 Nov. 28

10

13
3354

13 54
17

Preferred

354

49

27
29
7

1754

Sale

1154

Class B
—
*
31.504
4,850 Hubbelii Harvey, Inc com...5
1
6,792 Hupp Motor Car common
10
12,850 Illinois Brick Co capital
18,453 Illinois Central RR com—100

1,550

2,122

3

9

37

18,700 Katz Drug Co common
17,050 Kellogg Switchboard com

Sale

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
63
Nov.
52
Nov.
10
Nov.
254 Nov.
3454 Nov.
654
654
19*4
454
1654

28

Kentucky Util jr cum pref. .50
6% preferred
..100
Ken-Rad Tube & Lp com A. - *
Kerlyn Oil Co common A
5
Kingsbury Brewing Co cap
1
La Salle Ext Univ common
5
Leath & Co common
---*

350

4

Sale

*
2,060 Horders Inc common
2,200 Hormel & Co (Geo A) com— *
Houdaiile-Hershey—

190 Interstate Power $7 pref

17
54

954
10
254
254
3454 Sale
50
Sale

554
5 54
854
854
754 Sale

Hein

1,900

400

53

Sale
Sale
Sale

Heileman Brewing Co G cap.. 1

6,615
2,180
6,100
13,908
14,000
9,850
10,650

2,500

1654

754
6 54
25
Sale

61

954
11
254 Sale
3754 Sale
51
Sale
454
454
354 Sale

7

600

1,450

5

1354 Sale

pref. 10
Harnischfeger Corp common .10

290

""400

654
24

Sale

52

18

Co common—10

6

754
2054
4*4
1654
63

Hamilton Mfg cl A part

1,750 Joslyn Mfg & Supply Co com .5
20 Kalalamazoo Stove & Fur cap 10

950

7

19*4
454
1654
5954

854
1854
1054

150
20

1,950

254

Goodyear Tire & Rub com
*
Gossard Co (H W) common..*
Great Lakes Dr & Dk com._ .*

General Motors Corp com...10
General Outdoor Aav com
*

800

400

1,530

1154

1054
254
47 54

$6 preferred
*
*
4,320 Iron Fireman Mfg Co v t c
30,724 Jarvis (W B) Co new capital.. 1
*
7,400 Jefferson Electric Co com

20

i

69

5654 Sale

General Foods common

16,282
13,350
46,050
11,523
2,090
2,300
25,150
7,050

16)4

63

$3 cum conv pref (new)—20
400
3,887 General Amer Transp com—5
2,500 General Candy class A
5
16,200 General Finance Corp com—1

13,418
92,069
5,692
8,152

1154

a1H
Sale

30

Jan.
4
Jan. 11
756 May 14
54 Jan. 22
35
May 20
1254 Sept.. «
*6 Nov. 27
15

May 21
May 21
2354 Ma v oo
25

12H
45

5

Mar. 15
Jan. 25
Mar.

1
Nov.14

1554 Mar. 18
256 Jan.

17

25H Nov. 14
4354 Nov. 8
Mar. 28
29

56

STOCK EXCHANGE

CHICAGO

AGGREGATE
SALES

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

CHICAGO
STOCK EXCHANGE

In

November

Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

250

13,430
2,050
800

250
50

1,200
1,100
100

STOCKS

14,300
10,050
11,450
37,437
8,750
3,480
2,200
2,730
38,000

700
600

3,438
1,700
150

150
550

2,450

Potter Co (The) common
.1
Pressed Steel Car common... 1
Process Corp (The) common..*

12h 18
14% Sale
%
1
119
Sale

39,340
1,590
1,600
32,050
1,400
105,710
96,963
35,544
14.000
16,127
9,435

50
"

s"66o

lTJoo
11,900
5,352
1,431
1,450
200

""906
27,182
441

..._*
Sterling Brewers Inc common.l
Stewart-Warner Corp com
5

110

8^1

11,850
36,235
1,352
9,910
4,516
4,700

2,516
200

1,818
367
20

250

10

Nov.

24,800
18,500
10,134
10,400
58,097

32
4

Nov. 27
Nov. 27
Nov. 6
Nov. 20
Nov. 29
Nov.
*

Nov.

800

1,300
2,450
9,255

Sale

83

86

66% Sale
Sale
Sale

1
25%

*

Woodall Indust common

20%

Sale

21%

22

No par value.

75

7%
5%

New

York

from

Sale

74%
69%
125%

1%

there

is

nominal

a

or

Nov.

20%
17%
36%
4%

Nov.
Nov. 28
Nov. 2
Nov. 7
Nov. 1

12

69% Nov. 28
15% Nov. 27

A London

The

Sale

21%

22

Sale

20

21

26% Sale
117%

Sale

6% Sale

7

Sale

Sale

1%

2

4%
3%
84%
2%

5
4
88

16

16%

18%
19%
103%
6%
95
%

103

7

6%
91
1

1%

%

20% Nov.

20% Sale
102

93

91

90

5
5

Sale

95
Sale

5%
5%
4%
5%
80%
82
3%
4
16% Sale

80% Sale
4
3%

2%

16

Sale

quotation

for

Nov. 12
Nov, 7
Nov. 30
Nov. 12

76% Nov. 4
19% Nov. 13

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Inc

22

7

95
1

^ov.

4% Nov.
4% Nov.
79% Nov.
4

Nov.

15

Nov.

exchange on

Nov.

8

21% Nov. 18
24% Nov. 12
108% Nov. 1

5%
5%
81%
4%
17%

Feb.
7
Mar. 14
Mar. 12
Jan. 19

Apr.
Jan.

Apr.
Feb.
Feb.
Nov.
Mar.
Jan.
Apr.
Apr.

4
22
8
17
7
12
9
4

Jan

6

June

17

7%
38%
25%
32%
47%
5%

6

16% Apr.

24
8

June
May
Feb.
June
May
May
May
Jan.
May
Jan.
Jan.

10

Jan.

3

June

12

May 28

33
4

10

60%
12%
1%
50%
41%
103%
%

%
1%

1
1

11
21
21

23
30

88

_8

23% Apr.

4
Feb.
1
Jan. 25
76% Nov. 9
Nov. 20
130
Jan.
1
5
Jan. 12

87H

21

2

Apr.

4

Nov.

1

Nov. 27
Nov. 28

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

2

29

Nov. 26

12

40

Oct.

8

2

Feb.

5
9
8
3
4
7

19

39%

23% May
24% Jan.
5 28% Jan.
3 117% Jan.

16% May 22
14% May 23
14% June
76% June
4
May 21
88% June 20
Aug. 29
May 15
May 15
May 23

23
18
18
12

June 12
Mar

15

8

95

Oct.

Apr. 30

1% Jan.
5%
6%
93%
4%
17%

9

Nov. 23
Apr. 26
Apr.
9
Oct.
00
Apr.

x Ex-dividend

land declared that under

London, although in

der be devalued.

no

circumstances would

the guil¬
guaranteeing
He considered that the Dutch

The Reichsbank, he said, was

the present exchange

rate.

investments in the United States and the Dutch East Indies

regarded

as an

It is understood that

advance.

Great Britain has given assurance that such assistance as

be required to meet Greek needs in the sterling

may

20%
39%
.5%
12%

4

1% May 16

25
41

dispatch of Nov. 6 stated that Great Britain
the Greek Government a credit of £5,000,000.

sum was

38% Nov. 12
22% Nov. 14

Mar. 18
Feb. 15

K Nov. 20

80

20% May 28
10
May 22
1
Aug.
9
4% May 22
4% May 31
15% Jan.
9
17% May 29

Sale*®

Berlin and Home.
had granted

8% Nov. 12

7% Nov. 28

8

Jan.

June 12
May 22
May 21
1% Mar. 25

13

Nov. 13

17

38% Apr. 15

2

65

Nov. 13

33

71% Sale
16% Sale

101

1

7%
6%

i

nl*

8

68
Nov.
7 74% Nov. 1
68%
70%
Sale
68% Sale
66% Nov. 27 76% Nov. 9
Sale
Nov. 20
127% 128% 124% Nov. 2 130
Sale
1
1
Nov. 14
1% Nov. 2
1%
% Nov. 15
% Nov. 2
%
1%
1% Nov. 12
1% Nov. 15
Sale
27% Nov. 16 29% Nov. 26
28% 27%
.40%

53)

page

either in New York

Oct.

Jan.
May
May

Nov. 14

14

Oct.
Jan.

3?*
19*

May

Nov. 12

2% Nov. 7
1 % Nov.
4
27% Nov. 12

21% Sale
17% Sale
37%
38%
5% Sale
11%
12%

19% Sale

t Name changed from The Wahl Co. to Eversharp

(Continued

is not quoted

33% Nov. 29

Nov. 26
Nov. 2
Nov.
Nov. 14
Nov. 28

35% Sale

Sale

20%
18%
22%
108%

116

*

May
1% May

24

June

66% Nov. 20

7

6
Sept. 26
30% Apr. 26
10% Nov. 9
88
Apr.
6
Mar. 7
4
Apr.
May 10
Nov. 12
33% Nov. 29

Aug.
12% July

1

2

Feb.

Feb. 20

62

Nov. 12

19

4

13

Sale
13
1%

1 8*

May

6

16% Nov 12

28

Jan

2% Nov, 29

1% Feb.
20% June

101% Nov. 20
7% Nov. 14

Nov.

14

May
1
Jan. 30
8
Aug. 13 12
101% Apr. 10 101% Apr. 19

1%

lh

..2

Nov.

June
3
June 13
Feb. 19
June 26
June 10

14
4

4
12% Jan.
F?b. 16

% May 18
95
141
33

65%
12%
1%
1%
25%

1%

12%
%

14

4*

Sale
Sale

19

40

Wrigley (Wm Jr) Co capital

.

6% Nov.

60
13
2

12%
1%

Sale

1^

1%

59

37% Sale
4%

4%

117
1%

Yates-Amer Mach capital.. -.5
Zenith Radio Corp common

4

6
Nov. 18
24% Nov. 15
10% Nov. 9
80% Nov. 6
1% Nov. 7

_

% Nov. 12

7

J*>

87% Sale
16% Sale

*

9% Nov.

Nov. 27

30% Nov.

33

32%
%

34% Sale
21% Sale

14% Sale

.....

Nov. 13

Nov. 29
46% Nov. 8
% Nov. 2
% Nov. 20

9%
74%
1%
27%
15%
16%

10

If*

70

Sale

Common.

157

Nov.
Nov.

Wisconsin Bankshares—

6,500

108

5
23

6
Sale

Sale
75
1% Sale
26%
28%
17%

Sale
Sale
29
17
Sale
Sale
1%

8% Sale

7

Swift International capital—15

Wieboldt Stores Inc com.—.*
Cum prior preferred..
650
*
3,000 Williams Oil-O-Matic com...*

650

10'

5
23
9

Sale
24%

11%

Texas.

Preferred

Nov.

% Nov.
9% Nov.

%

8*

12% Sale
1% Sale
1%
26% Sale

Sale

Corp capital
....25
Thompson (J R) common..—2
Trane Co (The) common....25

Nov.
Nov.

101%

66

15%

..25

fWahl Co common
*
Walgreen Co common..
..*
Wayne Pump Co capital
1
Western Union Teleg com.. 100
West'house El & Mfg com
50

Nov.

1

Sale
2%

5% Feb.
Jan.

3% May 15
% May 11
5% May 28
% June
4
6% May 28

9% Nov. 9
% Nov. 7
14% Nov. 7
2% Nov. 29

28% July

Sale

6
22

140

%
9%

Sale

...

Storkline Furniture com
10
Sunstrand Mach Tool com...5
Swift & Co

capital stock

Nov.

100

12%
1% Sale
i %
2%
26% Sale
12
13
2%

Stein & Co (A) common

7% cumul preferred
8,138
100
20,040 Utah Radio Products com..,..l
9,750 Utility & Ind Corp common..5
Con vertible preferred
16,200
7
1,310 Viking Pump Co common....*

1,400
2,700
2,600

5%
23%
9%
79%
1%
25%
15%
16%
32%

~

1%

47

%

Highest
Sale Prices

12
2
103
104
Sale
157% 159% 153
47
51
46%
1
%
%

Sale

12

22.001 Union Carbide & Carbon cap.*
30,665 United Air L Transp capital._5
200 United Gas Corp common
1
20
7,077 U S Gypsum Co common
113,132 United States Steel common..*

2,458
2,938

154

8%
101%

Lowest
Sale Prices

42

75%

809 Standard Gas & Elec com....*
Stand Oil of Ind capital....25

200

^

12 %

Sale

1

41

8,900 Standard Dredge (new) pref_20
Common (new)--.-27,565
1

4,133

105

10% Sale

2

80

1
Sale

43I

Highest
Sale Prices

8%

95

171 St Joseph Lead Co cap
10
910 St Louis Nat Stockyards cap..*

1,600
6,700

Ask

7%

Sale

2

io7H

pfd__*

13,818 Spiegel Inc common.

Sale

%
12%

Lowest
Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

9

—--

330 Southwestern Lt & Pow

1,417

Bid

.

3,740 Southw G & E Co 7% pref._100

"lSO

Ask

*
Preferred..
....100 145
Rath Packing common..
45
48
10
Raytheon Mfg Co com
60c
%
1
6% preferred
5
%
H
Reliance Mfg Co common...10
11%
13%
Preferred
100 101%
Rollins Hosiery MillsCommon
..........4
1%
1%
Sangamo Elec Co com (new).*
25% 27
Schwitzer Cummins capital.
9
10
1
85 % Sale
Sears, Roebuck & Co capital.. *
Serrick Corp class B common .1
28
29
8ignode Steel Strap Co pf—.30
Common
..._.....*
15%
17
14% Sale
Sivyer Steel Castings com
*
South Bend Lathe wks cap..5
23
Sale
common

620 South Colo Pow cl A com...25

60

Bid

Pictorial Paper Pkg com
5
Pines Winterfront common...1
Poor & Co class B
._.....*

Quaker Oats Co

Nov. 1

1940
Par

20

1,650

1

Jan. 2

3,000
11,900
7,498
3,150
30,394
3,800
12,698
4,210
2,700
5,070
6,200
1,830

525

RANGE SINCE JAN.

Price

Since

area

of the utmost

importance and must remain intact.
Budapest dispatch of Nov. 20 stated that Hungary has
stopped the transfer of interest payments on its foreign

are

A

debts because of

a

for free currency.

sharp curtailment in the Nation's exports
The suspension became effective as of

will be forthcoming.

Oct 15.

Rumors persisted in financial quarters in the early part
of November to the effect that the United States might

nually in the servicing of Hungary's foreign loans.
Washington dispatches stated that according to a spokes¬

block

man

the

balances

of

all

European countries.

This has

Approximately 50,000,000 pengoes are involved an¬

for the Hungarian Legation, the suspension of interest
foreign debts did not apply to Hungary's war debts, of

reference especially to the balances of Germany and Italy.
A memorandum was circulated among the German bankers
on
this subject through the agency of the Dienst aus

on

Deutschland.

Treasury

It

represented that such blocking of European

funds would be harmful to the United States and would in¬
vite

retaliatory measures,

stood

at

the

end

of

as

the account balances

October

were

United States than to Europe.
This memorandum estimated

States

more

the total

adverse

claims

as

to

they
the

of United

citizens

against Continental European countries at
$3,448,000,000. which is asserted to exceed greatly the blaances

of

Continental

Europe in

the

United

States.1

The

memorandum said that United States direct investments in

countries of Continental

Europe, apart from Great Britain,
Germany and Austria, $235,500,000; Italy
and Albania, $70,200,000; Northern and Western
European
countries, $362,100,000;
Southeastern and East Europe,
$104,000,000; total for the European continent, $772,800,000.
were as

follows:

United States holdings of European securities, according
to the German memorandum, were:

Germany and Austria,
$885*400,000; Italy, $271,400,000; Northern and Western
Europe, $980,100,000; Southeast and Eastern Europe, $405,200,000; total, $2,542,100,000.
Finally, the German memo¬
randum claimed

that United

Continental Europe were

the Federal

Reserve

States short-term balances in

$133,500,000

"Bulletin"

as

on

April 3,1940, citing
authority for the

their

which

$2,000,000

instalment

of

are still outstanding, and that the Dec. 15
$10,000 will be paid to the United States

on schedule.
The value of the pengo, according to Budapest
had for some time previous to October been a

dispatches,
matter of
negotiation.
Before the war disrupted the foreign exchange
market the Hungarian currency was quoted at about six to
the United States dollar.
The Hungarian authorities on
several occasions in preceding months made it plain that
the countray could meet its foreign debt obligations only as
long as foreign markets paying cash remained open.
There
was practically no market for Hungarian'exchange in New
York for months preceding November, though a few trans¬
actions had been

19.50c.

to

the

effected from time to time at the rate of

pengo.

The free Continental currencies, the

Swiss franc, and the
held remarkably steady in November,
though transactions were on the whole quiet. The National
Bank of Switzerland on Nov. 15 showed total gold stocks
of 2,168,300,000 Swiss francs and note circulation of 2,122,-

Spanish krona

were

100,000 francs. The Bank's ratio of gold to notes was given
102.18% and its ratio of gold to total sight liabiltiies
as 93.12%.
as

On

Nov.

nounced

18

that

the
it

Swedish

had

Legation

at

Washington

an¬

dispatch of Nov. 8 stated that the Dutch
Exchange Institute was allowing dollar balances in Holland

balance of a $15,000,000
credit granted to Sweden on March 8, of which only about
$4,000,000 had been used.
The statement said that after
the events of April (which apparently concern the capture

to be used for

of

last figure.

1

An Amsrerdam

security purchases in New York. The German
Commissioner General of Finances and. Economics in Hol¬




Denmark

and

repaid the

Norway and subsequent control of trade
(Continued

on

page

57)

Baltimore Stock

Exchange

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF PRICES ON BALTIMORE STOCK EXCHANGE

November

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

606,761

382,100

:

$168,960

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

.serahS
26,219
33,624

1939

1940

Bond Sales

1939

1940

Stock Sales

November

2,277,660

$366,900
2,446,650

AGGREGATE

STOCK EXCHANGE

BONDS

Jan. 1

$

1,000
99,600
71,450
2,000
2,000

5,900
1,396,650
498,300
68,500
53,000

STOCKS

Shares

473

3,987

1,521

7,73?

88

2,156
13,952
3,809
5.025
3,475
1,876

978
220
535

170
25

4 %% pref B
4% % preferred C

2*509

190

102

400

130
8

12,893
1,926
22,255
3,627
2,000

214

'""177
17

Preferred v.t.c._

1

Fidelity & Deposit
Fidelity & Guar Fire Corp.
Finance Co of Am class A

__

20
10
5

-_

22

Sale
1.55 Sale

10

par

"82 H

75

Sale

Sale

70

116

Sale

118

109%

80 H
117%

Sale

Sale

18%

125

123

30%
9%

120

32H
10

Sale

ber

17

121% 119%
119%
9%
3.50

Sale
48c
Sale

17

25

11

12

21% Jan.
20% Apr.

16
4

23c

55c

Jan.

25

1

35c

1

36c

2.50 Nov. 18

Nov. 12

42

18%

11c

to

ever

Sale

Nov.

12c

resort

became

to

much

Latin

13% Sale
27%
28%

Nov.

29
70

"17% Sale"

13% Sale

93%

45c

67%

68

57

Nov.
Nov.

48

Sale

1.50

1.10 Nov.

1.10 Nov.

93% Nov.

94%

10

50
2
20

10%

12%
35

22 %
33%

Sale
Sale

19%

Sale

page

56)

at the

expected level,

Sweden

most

part

of

could find

and

conse¬

held

boards.

steady

by

the

The foreign

various

trade and

exchange control.

The

no

way

to offset the loss of its

the

United States

Secretary of State

countries.

9

Feb.

6

5
3

65c

Mar. 26

Oct.

55c

Jan.

June

33

June 14

6

245

Nov.

9% Aug.
June
June

38% June
44% Jan.
12
May
1.00 May
84% May
20c
Sept.
54% May
112
Apr.
82
Sept.

Oct.

2.15
265

11
8

Mar. 12

27

May

6

29% Mar. 27
4% Nov. 26
75% Nov. 20
50
Apr.
5
17% Apr. 23
1.45 Jan.

11

95% Nov. 28
40c

Jan.

3

9
72% Jan.
Apr. 24

112

Nov.

83

Mar.

9

Nov.

71

Nov. 27

71

Mar.

75

Feb.

2

Nov.

13

Nov. 15

10

July

16

Mar. 15

35

Nov. 25

35

Nov.

40

1

37

Mar. 18

Nov.

35

37%
22

Nov. 20

19% Nov.

21% Nov. 23
33

Nov.

Nov.

7

14% May
32

Sept.

90

Apr.
23% Jan.

19

Shanghai, which reflect the developments in the Far Eastern
well as the European war, the other Far Eastern units
these complications, and
instrumentality of exchange
control agencies.
The London price for silver was 23%d.
on Nov. 1, and 22% d. on Nov. 29.
The Hongkong dollar was
23.06@23.32 on Nov. 1, and 23.41@23.62 on Nov. 30.
The
Shainghai yuan was 5.97%@6.25 on Nov. 1, and 5.65@6.00
on
Nov. 30.
Yen checks were 23.44@23.50 on Nov. 1, and
23.44@23.50 on Nov. 30.
were

in

rates

held steady through the

no

RATES OF

way

responsive

unofficial or free market peso was 23.30@
23.45 on Nov. 1, and 23.50^23.60 on Nov. 30.
The Brazilian
milreis was 5.02(go. 15 on Nov. 1, and 5.02@5.15 on Nov. 30.
exchange was 5.17 on Nov. 1 and 5.17

on

Nov. 30.

nominally quoted at 16.00 throughout November.

The Mexican peso was

20.85 on Nov. 1, and 20.80 on Nov. 30.
the Far Eastern countries during November

to follow much

the

same

course

Except for exchange

on

as

to

EXCHANGE ON LONDON FOR POUNDS STERLING

Commercial

Bankers' Bills

Bills

Cable Transfers

bight

4.03%@4.03%

4.03% @4.04

4.00

4.03%@4.03%

4.03% @4.04

4.00

bight
Nov.

1

Nov.

2

during

many

Hongkong and

—

SUN DAY

Nov.

3

Nov.

4

Nov.

5

Nov.

6

4.03% @4.04

4.03%@4.04%

4.00

Nov.

7

4.00

8

4.03% @4.04%
4.03% @4.04%

@4.04%

Nov.

4.03%@4.04%

4.00

Nov.

9

4.03% @4.03%

4.03% @4.04

4.00

4.03% @4.03%
J

4.03% @4.04

4.00

HOLI DAY

4.04

Nov. 10

SUN DAY

Nov. 11

HOLI DAY

Nov.12--_

4.03% @4.04

Nov. 13

4.03% @4.04%
4.03% @4.04

Nov. 14

Nov.15

Nov. 18
Nov. 19.

The Argentine




May

July
19% Apr.

1

situation

Similar
being carried on with most South Amer¬

previous months.

4

50

as

Nov. 16.

continued

Oct.

Jan.
8
32% Feb. 27
10% Aug.
7

130

Ex-divldend.

x

Nov. 17

on

Nov.

57

33

21%

32%

negotiations are

Exchange

11c

Apr.
4
Apr. 18
31% Apr. 23
8

14

10

83

100

thought, would seek a credit here of $100,000,000.

was

12

July
May

Nov. 15

111

71

Phillips Packing Co 5 M% pf 100

with

7

95% Nov. 28

Nov. 29

55

Sale

55

Export-Import Bank.
These several departments had been
close study to possible methods of alleviating the
Latin
American
exchange situation.
Argentina, it was

Peru

A

*

giving

Chilean

Nov.

17% Nov. 23

16% Nov.

17

17c

*

16%
1.10

89

Preferred

2.25 Nov.
Nov.

42

8

20% Nov. 29
29% Nov. 9
4% Nov. 26
75% Nov. 20

28% Nov.
2% Nov.

.....

representatives of the Treasury Department and of the

ican

June

Nov. 14

254

Nov.

18

20

"~5%
64

43%

European export trade.
On Nov. 13 an Argentine delegation arrived in Washington
and

9

70

20

1914, with the result that they have had

for conferences

Nov. 19
Nov. 14

48

17

28%

more aggravated since the beginning of the
The crux of the matter lies in the fact that

America

May

1% Mar.

1.40

measures

present war.

25

Nov.

13c

May

91% May

Nov. 29

2.50 Apr.
6
Feb. 15
25% Oct. 18
83% Mar; 26
119% Feb. 10
21

11c

245

2

Penna Water & Power com

16

Nov. 28

1.25

eastern Baltic area), shipments to

since

Nov. 15
Nov.
7
Nov.
9

Nov. 12

42

foreign exchange situation of the South American republics
has been in a difficult position except for occasional inter¬
vals

Nov.
1
Nov. 27
Nov. 15

19% Nov. 25

17% Nov.

15c

18%

50

30

Nov. 29

70

116%
109%
6%
5%

Feb.

20% Apr.
69
May
111% June
107% Sept.
5% Sept.
5% Nov.

33

1
100

35c

the

May
Aug.
July
1.35 May

Nov. 29

1

18%

86 %

exchange control

national

17% Nov. 18
17% Nov.
1

75%
1 119
Nov.
Nov. 13 111
Nov. 13
7%
7
Sale
Nov. 7
17
Nov. 29
19%
18%
6 120%
119
Nov.
Sale
29% Nov. 12 30%
120
19
10% Nov.
10%
2.25
2.25 Nov. 14

17%

17%

the Latin American countries during Novem¬

on

for

was

June
3
Feb. 20

37c

1.50

Nov. 30.

on

Sale

Sale

6

46

1

be maintained

Exchange

Sale

120

6%

"5H "6%

Sale

103
303

quently that country could no longer take advantage of the
credit as originally planned.
Exchange on Switzerland was
23.20@23.22 on Nov. 1, and 23.20(^23.21^ on Nov. 30.
Ex¬
change on Sweden was 23.82(^23.87 on Nov. 1, and 23.82%@
23.86

Mar. 28
July 20

14
Mar. 8
July 20 80
June
3 100
May 21 101

16% Nov.
17% Nov.

-----

21

50
1

(Concluded from

could .not

87

30c
Nov.
1.95 Nov.

17%

15%

25

North Amer Oil Co com

value.

channels in the

100

37c
2.20

Of" Sale'

1

127
5% Preferred
64,075 U 8 Fidelity & Guar.
1,185 Western National Bank

40

SO

16

40c

preflOO

27 Real Estate Trust Co
450 Seaboard Cnmm'l com

6,767

102

100

15%
17
17% Sale

21

20H

Northern Central Ry
Owings Mills Distillery

335

5
46

90

Nov. 12

100

1

AssoccQm v.t.c.l

309 National Marine Bank
29,601 New Amsterdam Casualty

2,363
1,025

Nov. 12

85

100

100

Mar. 28
36% Nov. 15
42% Nov. 18
Oct. 24
June
6 101
May 28 103% Jan. 12

79% Nov. 14
23
May 21
30
May 21

Nov. 14
Nov. 15
Nov. 18

10
85

*
2,521 Monon VV Penn PS 7% pref_25
1,621 MtVern-Woodb Mills com. 100
Preferred
100
1,763

210

No

100
100

277 Mercantile Trust Co
4,621 Merch & Miners Transp

14

Highest
Sale Price*

*

13,391 Houston Oil preferred
57,030 Mar Tex Oil
Common class A
14,734
100 Martin (Glenn L) Co com
268 Maryland & Pa RH com

1,500

Lowest
Sale Prices

100

*

—

145 Guilford Realty Co 6%
Common
20

Highest
Sale Prices

Sale

35

1

Davison Chemical Co com
Eastern Sugar

Sale

30 Georgia Sou & Fla 1st pref. .100

27
20

*

*

Oonsol Gas E L & Power—

495

1,350

*
50

Brager Elsenberg Inc com

2,154

40

32%

31%

Ask

79% Nov. 14 79%
34
Nov.
6 36%
39% Nov. 4 42%
40%
41%
100
101
100% Nov. 8 101
102% Nov. 2 102

Sale

40

103%

Lowest

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

34%

Sale

27

1

par

39,807 Arundel Corp
1,903 Atlantic Coast L (Conn)
10,394 Bait Transit Co com v t c
1st preferred v tc
24,770
65 Black & Decker common

175

Nov.

Bid

Ask

Bid

..

1,707

1

'

1940

BALTIMORE CITY BONDSAtlantic Coast Line Conn
Certificates of indebt 5% Bait Transit Co 4s fiat
1975
A 5s flat
1975
B 5s
1975
Finance Co of Amer4^ ..1947

Georgia & Alabama Ry Co
1st mtge cons 5%
2,000
1945
500 Georgia Marble Co 6%
1950
1944
3,000 Interstate Co 5%
1946
4,000 Interstate Bond Co 6%

Share*

JAN.

Price

Jan.2

Since

$

RANGE SINCE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

BALTIMORE

SALES

In
November

Nov.20.

Nov. 21
Nov.

£2

Nov. 23
Nov. 24

4.03% @4.04
4.03% @4.04

4.03%@4.04%

4.00
4.00

4.03% @4.04%

4.00

4.03% @4.04

4.00

4.03% @4.04

4.00

HOLI DAY

4.03% @4.03%
4.03% @4.03%

4.03% @4.04

4.00

4.03% @4.04

4.00

SUN DAY

4.00

@4.04%

4.00

Nov.

26
27

Nov.

28

Nov.

29

4.03% @4.04

Nov.

30

4.03% @4.04

4.04

For

4.00

4.03% @4.04%

Nov.

25

4.00

SUN DAY

4.03% @4.04
4.03% @4.03 %
4.03% @4.03%

@4.04%
4.03%@4.04
4.03% @4.04
4.03% @4.04
4.03%@4.04%

Nov.

4.00

4.03%@4.04%
4.03% @4.04%
4.04
@4.04%

4.03% @4.04
4.03% @4.03%
4.03% @4.03%
4.03% @4.03%

4.03 %

4.00
4.00
4.00

4.00

daily rates of foreign exchange usually given here see page 112.

I

Boston Stock

Exchange

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF PRICES ON BOSTON STOCK EXCHANGE
Stock Sales

1940

November

1939

450,196

Shares_

474,122

-

>

AGOREOATE
SALES

*

1939

1940

Bond Sales

November.

$9,650*

$73,400

1

BOSTON

PRICES

RANGE SINCE JAN.

IN NOVEMBER

1

STOCK EXCHANGE
In

Since

November

Jan. 1

13,800
27,200
17,050
23,450

Shares
460

70

8,650
176

;

STOCKS

Shares

1,180

'"177
434

1,558

14",881
1,330
2,570

^

BONDS

$
Boston & Maine RR—
Par
1st mtge A 4%.
285,600
...I960
Inc mtge A 4%%
589,200
1970
322,050 East Mass St RR ser A 4%s '48
Series B 5s.
100,150
.1948
Series O 6sJ^.
17,000
1948
Snries D 6s
1948
39,650

115

_

_

-

19
815
310

997

1,005

Preferred
Prior

27,137
7,531
2,976
2,020

50

75

654

2,871
175

20

"""610
145
275

1,864
38

5,670

"""372
1,107
1,538

"""238
390
135

7,115
100

"'"842

10

t

127
329

1,160
5

50

300

"""273
1,565
55

465

71

$83
27)0

2,882
870

1st pref

Class C 1st pref
1st pref class O

"11430

7,550
16

619
639
10

643

6,770
1,110
436

200

2,205
2,872

3,031
1490
5,298
757

9,067

1,032
240

70

stpd

100
100

5

25
*

4 %% cum prior pref
14,373
6 % cum preferred
15,101
3,191 East Mass St Ry Co
First preferred
2,185
Preferred B
2,828
Adjustment
3,088
52,960 Eastern SS Lines, Inc
Preferred
1,384
107 Economy Grocery Stores
24,398 Employers' Group Assoc
637 General Capital Corp
Georgian Inc (The)—
447
8% cum class A pref
2,029 Gilchrist Co
11,962 Gillette Safety Razor Co
941 Hathaway Bakeries class A

100
100
100

common

3,675 National Tunnel & Mines
450 N E Gas & El Assn pref
19,389 New England Tel & Tel

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Price*

70%
18%

Sale"

68%
17%
99%
101%

Nov. 7 70%
18%
Nov. 23
Nov. 1 104
Nov. 6 104%

67 % July

Nov. 22
Nov. 4
Nov. 30
Nov. 26

26
17% Nov. 23

74% Aug.
23% Aug.

3

2
Nov. 30

87

June

14 104

86

June

12 104% Nov. 26

101

July

2 106% Apr.

96

Nov. 15

10
10

June 24 106% Apr.

20c

....

Sale

92

U* ga!e
TO

145%

Sale
Sale

"44% Sale"
18*4

Sale
Sale

1
2%

165%

2%

100

9%
89%

10%
Sale

34%
44%

Sale

19

Sale

1%
1%
50c
6

2

Sale

2

3

,

2%

14%

17

19

1

6%

4%
7c

2%
43%
20
99c

1%
7%
X
5
20c

Sale
Sale

Nov. 15

Nov.

1

% Nov.

6

30c

9

1

Nov. 19

19

1% Nov.
18

Nov. 14

165% Nov.
1 167% Nov. 9
%6 Nov. 13
%, Nov. 13

2
2

100

Sale

2%
1%

a\*

Sale

2%
2%

101%

4 101% Nov.
10
Nov.
9% Nov. 14

95

Nov.

10

Sale

90

Sale

89% Nov.

1

92% Nov.

31%
45%
19%

Sale
Sale

31% Nov. 26
43% Nov. 6
18% Nov. 8

35% Nov.
47% Nov.
19% Nov.

i*
50c
5

i*

Sale

3

1%

1

Nov. 20

1 % Nov.

1%
2%

1%

2

1
1

2

2%
2%

2%

1%

2%

2%

1

3

12%
12%

"13""

2

Nov.

2

§*

2

»X

2

1 % Nov. 22

1% Nov. 22
1 % Nov. 23
2% Nov. 4

2% Nov.

75c
7
15c
5
5c

3

8
4

7

70
10

20

30

4

18
Sale

2

3%

1%
4%
20

2

Nov.
2
Nov. 20

12

24%

10c

3%
3%
2%

43

36

27c

75c

10c

20c

%

10c

4

4

3%

3

%
5

Sale

25

Jan.

20

26

Apr. 23
Apr. 20-

9

25

22

Nov.

7

24% Nov. 29
27% Nov. 14

10c

10c

4% Nov.
Nov.

9

3

June 20

3

Nov.

3%
1%
12%
5%

Nov.

7

1 % Nov.

Nov.

9

10c

"21%
5%
_____

1%
38

30

118%

Sale

5%
8
Sale
36
Sale

"2%
4%

Sale

4%

3 % Nov.

2% Nov.

8
1

10c

19

Nov. 15

Nov.

78c

Nov. 18

10c

Nov.

10c

Nov. 12

122%

2%
Sale

2

116

Nov.
Nov.

Sale

36c
80

Sale

Sale

22c

"35c"

25c

5c

28c

21c

5

Nov.

7

1

2% Nov.

9

6 125% Nov. 22

12c

Sale

*

*

12

Sale
1.00
44

30% Sale

40c

90

7

1

99

7%

1%

Nov. 13

18c

Nov. 12

35c

4c

Nov. 20

5c

20c

Nov. 23
Nov. 20

20c

Nov. 30
Nov.
1

26

13%
22%
1%
9
1%
10

12%
21%
1%
8%
1%
9%
7%

29

Nov.

Nov.

1

Nov.

1

Nov.

Nov.

4c

5
1

Nov. 15

2

Nov.

9

Nov. 29

9

Sale

Sale

50c

1%
110
Sale

30

5c

34

55%
44%
44c
1
99

Sale

43% Nov.

6

44% Nov. 25

45c

6

75c

45c

Nov.

Nov.

55

9

10

107
9

1

1%
32

70

7% Nov.
1% Nov.
29

1
9

Nov. 29

9% Nov. 19
1% Nov. 18
30

Nov. 15

-

25

25c

Jul?

2

Oct.

Jan.

May

25

30

8
4

18

52c

16%
28%
1%
9%

4*

9
5

75c

9

May 13
Apr. 24
June 28
Jan.
Jan.

16
12

Feb.

6

Feb.

17

5
Mar. 14

45% Apr
5
33% Mar. 16
5c

35

llv>
62c

2
25
June 10 102

Sent.

Nov. 19

Apr.
8
Sept.24

12% Jan.

Oct.

5% May 21
% May 21
25
July 18
7

26

% Feb. 21
May
8

Oct.

4
39% June
35c
May 22

2%

Feb.

Apr. 22
Apr. 20
May 16

Nov. 20

25% Jan.

1
8

6c

84
60c

27
Juiy 19
22% May 22

Nov.

15

92c

7

" Nov.

3

Nov. 12

2% Nov.
38% Jan.

17

30% Nov.

59

2

27% Nov. 14
6% May 11

22

7% May 21
5% May 21

35

2

2% Mar. 19
10c

4

1

7
Nov. 22

Feb.

25

65

9

Nov.

24

Feb.

Jan.

2

15

Nov.

55

8%
29

34

Apr.

Apr. 24
9
8% Feb.

27

6

Sale

4

20

18

20

Nov. 20

5c

.4*

4

16-

Jan.

6% Mar.

23 137

1

6

ni

Jan.

7% Au^.

11c

34%

30

1

50c

30%

4

23
20

1% Nov.
10% Nov.

50c

30

Apr. 24
May 22

10c
•8
July
7% May 23
14% May 22
% Aug. 31

Nov. 23

14% Nov.

38

1%
27

61

20c

Oct.
Nov.

4% Jan.
4c
Apr.
1
May
27
Sept.
108
May
4
Apr.
63
May
%» Apr.
35c
Aug.

Nov. 19

8c

12%
21%
1%
8%

12

84

35c

9%

35""

46c

2%

Nov. 12
Nov. 19

5c

Sale

60c

35c
84

Sale

11c
Sale

47c

40c

1-3 Nov. 16
Nov. 12
45c

26c

1

Sale

57%
43%

36c

Sale

30

28
24%
84% Sale
43% Sale

55c

Sale

37

10c

Nov. 19

22c

8%
1%
9%
9%

Sale

69

80

Sale

2%
9%

.....

5c

27% Nov. 14

21% Nov.
4% Nov.

Feb.

18% Jan.
26% Apr.
31% Jan.

Juiy 20
6
% Apr. 20
2: 25c
Sept. 18
6
6
12% Jan.

12
1% Jan.
11% June 26
2
4% July
15
May 21
% Aug. 12

Nov. 22

5c

"2%

3

Nov. 25

60c

Sale

%

1%
11%

10

Nov. 15

20c

Sale

6%
1%
25%

10c

10c

Sale

80

22

1%

14%

*
*
915 Warren Bros
544 Warren (S D) & Co common..*

Oct.

74% Nov. 15

4

16% May 22
23% May 21

Nov. 15
Nov. 14

4

June

4

24%
1%

2

20

9

20c

10c

3

27

2

10c

10c

Jan.

25

25c

75c

Nov. 14

40% Nov.1&

Jan.

Nov.

11% Nov.
4% Nov.
18% Nov.

A**
60

8

9
Mar. 29*
Nov. 14

24

Nov.

3% Nov.
2% Nov.
2% Nov.

13

24

Nov. 25

Sale

1
100

May
May
1% Aug.
2% Aug.

40c

19

2%
15c
17
Sale

Feb

Apr. 11
19% Jan.
57
1% Mar.
8% Feb. 21

7

Nov.

5%

IK
§8

54

40c

11%

§*

18

50c

Sale

1

June

38c

14%

7c

1% May 23
May 21
12% May 22

75c

9
3%
1%
1%
14
16
11%
Sale
4% Sale
19
21%
16%
75c
1% 62 %c

3
5
2% Jan.
May
3
Apr. 20
July
3
May
O
Mar. 28
May
7
May

% Mar.
6% Nov.

23

38c

4

3

7c

Jan.

Nov. 20

7

59

60c

3

Nov. 19

38

69

38

Nov. 26

Nov.

23%
1%
9%

*
2,631 Suburban Elec Secur com
2d preferred
*
\\2
Torrington Co (The)
*
29,$27 Union
Cop Land & Min Co..25
200
5
7,372 Union Twist Drill..
25
45,476 United Shoe Mach Corp
6% cum preferred
25
4.286

18

38

*

10

Oct.

42

50

25
*

Nov. 23

40

16

%

22c

7

18

Nov. 22

2% Oct. 15
1
2% Nov.
28
May 23

1%

Sale

10c

Feb.

May

2

12%
1%

26c

May 15

2%
37%

Sale

Mar. 27

13% Nov. 14
1% Nov. 20

3

Nov.

4

4

26

13

23%
26%

5

18

17

12

15

23

Jan.

74 % Nov. 15

27% Nov. 14

12

22%
27%

26

Mar.

Apr.

3% May 23

Nov. 14

60

25

30

July

Jan.

Sept.

45c

1% Nov. 22

Sale

Nov. 14
Jan.
5

10% Jan.

4% May 21
17c

40% Nov. 15

12%

36

64c

9

3% Nov. 14

6
7

73

6%

125

Nov.

3

10

Sale

5

Apr.

23

1% Feb. 13
11% June 12

Nov. 7
Nov. 8
Nov. 14
Nov. 14
17c
Nov. 19
6% Nov.
9
12%
11%
%
8%

55% Nov.
34% Nov.

70

3

1X
36%

3%
Sale

10

Mar. 28

5c

14

58%
36%

10

7

2

16c

70

5

*

3

Sale

% Nov. 14
6% Nov. 6
17c
Nov. 19
4% Nov.
1

69%
10%
1%
3%

6

3c

5c

Nov. 26

Jan.

Feb.

lit

75c

2

4%

3%

5%

63c

70c

4%

15

16c

1%
Sale

9

75c

*

1

Sale

7%
15c

11% Nov. 14

70c

*

2%

85c

JX
63c

12%
Sale

1.00
61

1%

4c

1

12%
9%

Sale

1

14%
6%
21%

13%

Mar. 12

32% Jan.

3

1%
1%
1%
1%

8

2% Nov.
2% Nov.

July

16

1% June

8

Nov.

2

Jan.

May 22

2

3

8

2

18
17
11

Jan.

22

3 103
July
8
8
May 11
12%
14 z66% May 29 92%
126
May 23 149%
1
33% Oct. 23 36%
38% May 23 50%
12
4
16% June
20%
30
2
Jan.
2%
Apr. 11
8%
4

2%

1%

2

60c

2§

80

9

Oct.

Sale

15%
23%
30%

100

;

Jan.

15?| May

Nov. 12
Nov. 12
Nov.
8

6

4% Nov. 30
1 % Nov. 23

56%

*
*

...25

1
1% Apr.
5
13% Feb.
144% May 28

2

Sale

36

23

100

20c

21

21

*

1%

1

14

*

15
25

35c
20

Sale ' 166% Sale

95

Sale

*

*

1%

%
9%

16%
3%

20

30c

31%

2.50
100

Keece Button Hole Mach
1.285 Reece Folding Mach Co
24,408 Shawmut Assn
12,603 Stone & Webster Inc.




Sale

30

100

Mills

TMvor Oil Horn

171

15%
2%
3%

*

Sale-

17

58

100

30

"1%

100

136,657 North Butte Mining
228 Northern RR (N H)
3,276 Old Colony
Certificates of deposit
4.073
3,878 Old Dominion Co.

Ex-dividend

Ask

100

common

6% cum pref
15
4,603 N Y N H & Hartford

x

50c

1%

100

..100
4,756 Maine Central
Preferred 5%
100
2,348
.1
8,982 Mass Util Associates vt c
600 Mayflower Old Col Cop Co..25
11,278 Mergenthaler Linotype
*
29,851 Narragansett Rac'g Assn Inc.l

No par value*

101%
101%

15

*

6,835 Isle Royale Copper..
904 Loew's Theatres (Boston)

Venezuela Holding Corp
Vermont & Mass Ry Co
Waldorf System Inc..

35c

100

1
413 lnt'l Button Hole Mach Co__10

Utah Metal & Tunnel

Sale
69%
18
Sale
17%
99
99% Sale
101% 102% 104

*

Preferred
1,507
Class B
3,943
1,205 Helvetia Oil Co T C

41,343
1,840
4,407
4,814

Lowest
Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

101%
101%

2% Sale
2%
2%
1%
2%
1%
2%
2%
3%
154
3

287 East Boston Co
10
5,009 Eastern Gas & Fuel Assn com.*

Pennsylvania RR
Quincy Mining Co

96

100

1,994 Brown & Durrel Co common.*

Pacific

93
96

2

100

12,741 Calumet & Hecla
298 Cliff Mining Co
23,077 Copper Range Co

6,675
37,212
8,220
3,934

Bid

69%

"92"" "94"

100

_

100 Wirhita
•

100

CI E 4 % % cum 1st pf std 100
14
9,881 Boston Personal Prop Trust*. *
100
1,303 Boston & Providence

29 New River Co

571

stpd

Class D 1st pref stpd
100
Class D 1st preferred....100

1,300 National Ser Co

"""355

100

1st preferred class A
Class B 1st pref stpd
1st preferred class B

391

"""305

100

preferred

Class A

Nov. 1
Ask

par

7,296 American Pneumatic Service. *
6,458
6% non-cum preferred
50
First preferred
2,891
50
110.876 American Telep & Teleg
100
2,078 Assoc Gas & El Go class A
1
330 Bigelow-Sanford Carpet com.*
1,300
6% cum pref
100
5,628 Bird & Son, Inc
*
17,724 Boston & Albany
100
22,164 Boston Edison Co
100
46,312 Boston Edison (new)
25
15,967 Boston Elevated
100
15,757 Boston Herald Traveler Corp.*
748 Boston & Maine pref stpd__100
Common (stamped)
1,352
100
"

"3457

Bid

Jan.

8

Oct.

3

Mar. 20

Oct.

1

Apr.

12

Mar.
Oct.

7% Oct.

2

23
3

Mar.

31
7

18

A

SO

nr.

RANGE OF PRICES ON THE CLEVELAND STOCK EXCHANGE
Stock Sales
November-

AQQREQATE
SALES,

Shares
71
65

872
103
172
482

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

STOCKS

Jan. 1
Shares

333

.

261

9,788
19
410

2,210
19,364
285
200
58

219
•» mm

138

95

22%

23%
6%

5,950
1,225
1,981
5,390

Colonial Finance Co common. 1
Commercial Bookbinding.—.*
Dow Chemical 5% pref.... 100
Eaton Mfg. Co.common.....4

802 Elec Controller & Mfg
....*
515 Faultless Rubber Co com—.*

1,040 Fostoria Pressed Steel.......*
6,127 u General Electric com...—..*
2,064 General Tire & Rubber com..5
Preferred
247
100

687

361
60
20
98

140

1,057
532

718
450
341

275

1,374
139
9

112
240

552
3
255

531
mm-

-

10
mmm

^

684
315

1,672
551
«•-»

-

1,288
680
70
8
mmm

-

205
900
176

265
75

3,890
2,896
119

com..

10

*
2,447 uGlidden Co common...
6,704 Goodrich (B. F.) Co.common *
2
$5 cum preferred..
....*
6,841 Goodyear Tire & Rub com
*
962 Great Lakes Towing...... 100
Preferred
641
...........100
1,143 Greif Bros Cooperage A com.*
693 Halle Brothers.............5
Preferred.
..........50
1,414
506 Hanna (M A) $5 pref....—.*
2,345 Harbauer Company.........*
*
3,293 ulndustrial Rayon com
4,924 ulnterlake Iron common.....*
10,155 Interlake 83—............*
*
1,766 Jaeger Machine
*
5,891 Kelly Island L & T...
12,104 Lamson-Sessions... ..—...*
1,254 Leland Electric.............*
1,390 uMartin (Glenn L) common..!
684 McKay Machine............*
1,127 McKee (Arthur G) class B...*
3,819 Medusa Portland Cement....*
2,835 Metrop Pav Brick Co com— *
72 Metropolitan Pav'g Brick pf 100
2,500 Midland Steel Prod....—...*
.*
5,652 Miller Wholesale Drug

607

1,753
200
143
258
45

982
819

a
u

"24%

4% Sale

4%

a4% Nov. 22

44

12%
94

16^
1%
58
13

87
16

97

18
3

63%

36%
18% Sale
17% Sale

n7% 12SH

33

Sai*

115

3%
40%
22%

26
Sale

85%

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

X

70

70

15%
17
10

16%

34%
12%

68

12
11% Nov.
6% Nov.
114
112% Nov.
33% a33% Nov.

6

41
23%

14% Nov.
al5% Nov.

al2

Nov.

al02

-as

Nov.

al4% Nov.
al2>| Nov.

"18**

17%

Sale

8*

14%
14%
43%

21%

a!6% Nov.
18H Nov.
Nov.
70

Upson-Walton.............. 1

X

Nov.
Nov.

20

Weinberger Drug Stores...... *

x

a36% Nov. 6
6% Nov. 19
x

x

a20% Nov. 20
a21% Nov. 20
a2% Nov. 18
30% Noy. 12

Reflects prices




w

1

Nov.

6 al6

Nov.

30
4
NQV.
a22M Nov. 13 a22% Nov.

20%

a6% Nov.
a9% Nov.
Nov.

12

11

11

al2

12

6%

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

al7H
a20%
36%
a3%

16

22%
36 %
4

a7% Nov,

12
al8

Nov.
Nov.

Nov.
Nov,

a24% Nov.
38
a

Nov.

4% Nov.

1%
% May 28
1
% July
5
z9% May 21 zl8%
30
Feb. 29 30 %
4
May 28 24 %
13 zl7
12% May 20 15
8
z5% June 10 z8 H
z7
9
May 21 zl2%
12
9
19
May 21
8
10% Oct.
2 14%
7 zlO
May 25 18
9 zl4
May 21 z24%
31
12
May 22 40**
13
z3% May 23 z8%
8

8

63
35

35%' Sale

30%
50%
3%
10%
14%
66%
4%

33

35% Nov.
Nov.

10%
12%
46%

12%
47%

28

28%

3

Nov. 30

a7% Nov.

6

3

1
8

Nov. 30

a9% Nov. 20

Nov. 28
15
13% Nov. 7
a66% Nov. 27 a76% Nov. 9
5% Nov. 8
5% Nov. 13
4
Nov. 2
4% Nov. 12
Nov. 15
5
Nov. 8
Nov. 4
% Nov. 4
6
9
Nov.
9% Nov. 13

62%

1

35% Nov.
a35% Nov.

a32

34

48%
50
2%
3
7%
8%
13%
15
69%
70%
5%
5%
4% Sale
5
6
%
1
9
10 M

41%

42%

40%

Nov. 15
50
15% al4% Nov. 1 al6 % Nov. 7
41
a39% Nov. 29 a45% Nov. 9

19%

20%

17%

18%

50

in ortmary markets on which odd lot sales

Unlisted.

Nov.
Nov.

"14"" "l4%

were

based.

14%

z

^

zl2% June 15 zl9% Jan. ' 4
8% Mar. 6 27% Nov. 20
4
4% Apr. 13
May 21
8% Apr. 19
6% Jan. 11
z45% May 21 z66% Apr.
3
Apr. 18
z8% May 21 zl5
95
85
Jan. 26
Sept.19
zl9
May 22 z29% Apr. 25
Mar. 15
a5% Nov. 8
z4% Nov. 13 z7
Mar. 27
70
Mar. 20 75
a9** Nov. 15
z8% Oct. 16 zl4% Jan. 26
x
Feb.
6
z85
Sept. 26 z98
al6M Nov. 1 zl2
May 20 16% Jan. 11
2
Feb. 23
2
Nov. 13
1 % Jan. 13
Nov. 30
74
46
Nov. 30
May 20 74
x
zl08
May 21 zll4**Jan. 10
a35% Nov. 7 z26
8
May 21 z43 % Apr.
May 9
27% Nov. 4
17% Jan. 13 36
Nov. 12
20
Nov. 12
12% May 28 20
13
10 % May 18
Apr.
8
11% Nov. 8
8
6
8
Apr.
6% Nov. 15
Sept. 25
5
Apr.
113% Nov. 1 112% Nov. 1 117
9
Apr.
May 22 z37
a35% Nov. 1 z22
Jan.
3
38** May 24 50
6
14% Nov. 27 17% Jan.
15% Nov. 16
3
al7H Nov. 14 zl2M May 21 z21% Jan.
6
June 28
Nov. 13
3% Feb. 19
Jan.
2
a35% Nov. 7 z26% May 21 z41
al5% Nov. 8 zlOM May 22 z23% Jan.
Nov. 27 z98
al02
May
Aug.
3 zl06
Nov.
8 zll
al6
May 21 zl9% Jan.
a!5% Nov. 15 zlO
May 21 z20M Apr.
z45
May 21 z69% Mar,
al9% Nov. 15 zl2% May 22 z24K Apr.
22
Nov. 22
Sept. 19
13% Feb. 26 20
50
Feb.
1 70
Sept. 17
70
Nov. 9
Jan. 25
36
June 20 50
Jan. 22
10% Nov. 20
10** May 20 15
39
41% Nov. 16
July 19 42% Apr. 12
June 25 zl05**Mar.30
al05**Nov.23 z95
4
Jan. 29
5
Nov. 7
3
Jan.
4
Jan.
3
a26% Nov. 1 zl6% May 21 z29
4
z6% May 21 zl2% Jan.
al2% Nov. 9
44
Nov.
1
34 % May 28 44
Apr.
5
18
Nov. 14
12% July
3 17% Feb. 17
Oct. 26
12
15 % Nov. 4
May 22 16
4
Jan.
3
2% June 10
3% Nov. 1
14
Nov. 27
10
May 21 13% Mar. 13
z47 % Apr. 16
z26% June 25
X
May
9
16% Feb.
7 18
May 13
35
Nov. 1
26
May 28 35
13% May 13 20% Nov. 16
20% Nov. 16
1 % Apr. 11
% Nov. 19
1
Nov. 1
Jan.
8
x
60
Jan.
8 60
8
a40** Nov. 26 z23% May 21 z40** Apr.
8% Apr. 19
7
Nov. 28
4% Jan. 30
x
z24% Feb. 18 z47h Sept.23
x
9
z6% May 28 zl3% Apr.
9
Apr.
z41
July 15 z53
a23% Nov. 7 zl3% Feb. 23 z2l% Apr. 30
4
z27
Jan.
a24% Nov, 1 zl3% May 21
6
z2
July
5 z3% Apr.
a2% Nov.. 7
32
Nov. 9
30
• June
5 41% July 30
55
Apr. 10
44
» Sept. 17

% Nov. 26
al4
30

15%

pref .100

6,632 YoungRtown Sheet & Tube.. *
5% % cum pref ser A..
100
30
790 uYoungstown Steel Door com.*

1
1

% Nov. 19

Van Dorn Iron Wks Co com.. *
Vlchek Tool
•
Warren Ref & Chem com....2

210 W R I Corp 6% prior
6,360 White Motor

6
4
9

10** Nov. 20
41
Nov. 13
al03% Nov. 6
3 % Nov.
2
a24% Nov. 29
al0% Nov. 2
41
Nov. 30
15 % Nov.
1
15
Nov, 20
3% Nov. 19
13
Nov. 4

34

Highest
Sale Prices

_

Nov.

6

a32% Nov.

W

Ricbman Bros..........—..*

996 Union Metals Mfg Co.......*
uU S Steel common...
..*

16,549
5,242
14,632
1,350
1,582
2,483

Nov.

[33
26
17

114*

33%
28%

20

21%

a 9%

17% alSK'Nov.
1% Nov.

AA
Sale

30%
50

17
21

88
17

27%
18% Sale
11%
11%
5%

116

295*
49%

AA
93

1%
AA
70% Sale
113

115

36

14

"9%

"13""

Patterson-Sargent.
......*
Reliance Elec & Eng com....5
uRepublic Steel common
*

1,547 uTwin Coach common—....1

97

"23%

J*

95
25

Otis Steel Co common.......*
Packer Corp
..—.—.*

55

2,558

27
16
4% Sale
7%
7%
54K
53%
11%
12%

55 Ohio Confection Co cl A com.*
*
5,229 t/Ohio Oil common

100

20

6

Lowest

Ask

851 Monarch Machine Tool Co...*

1,574 Seiberling Rubber Co com...*
Sparks Withington Co—
6% cum conv pref......100
32
Stouffer Corp—
Class A $2.25 cum pref.....*
397
6,338 Thompson Products Inc com.*
669 uTimken Roller Bearing com. *
1
3,565 Troxel Mfg

269

"5%

1,330 Murray Ohio Mfg....——...*
285 Myers (FE) & Bros Co com..*
8,726 National Acme Co com
1,749 uNat Malleable Steel Cast com*
*
12,643 National Refining........
$6 prior preferred—.——. *
3,724
8% cum pref
—100
52
5,295 National Tile...............*
2,918 Nestle LeMur "A".
7,877 «N Y Central RR com......*
505 Nineteen Hundred Corp A...*
*
1,024 Ohio Brass class B—....

8,256
2,555
2,493
3,520
23,850
29,265

1

Sale Prices

Highest

Sale Prices
Sale Prices
16
a!5% Nov. 29 al6% Nov. 22
Nov. 2 27% Nov. 20
24
27
4% Nov. 6
4%
4% Nov. 1
8
Nov. 28
7% Nov. 6
Nov. 8
a48% Nov. 23 a56
Nov.
8 al3
Nov. 13
13 % a 12
Nov, 12 90
Nov. 12
90

15%

60 %
13

10

700

15

87

1,382 uFirestone Tire & Hub

m mm

18%
9%

12%

8

Lowest

Nov. 30

Ask

59%

80

946
242
9
172

Bid

Apex Electric & Mfg..——.*

12,145 Brewing Corp of America
3
49 Canfleld Oil common......100
11,139 City Ice & Fuel............. *
296
100
6%% preferred—
........1
1,596 Clark Controller
8,684 Cleveland Builders Realty...*
22,842 Cleveland Cliffs Iron $5 pf—*
201 Clev El 111 $4.50 cum pref
*
4,086 uCleve Graphite Bronze com.l
18,642 Cleveland Rys
.........100
94,713 Cliffs Corp...
............5

8

Ask

uAmerican Home Products...1

"i",l85
704

Bid

18%

699
Prior preferred
..100
924 uBond Stores common—....1

-

Nov. 1

1940
Par

1,368 uAddressog-Multigraph com. 10
Air-Way El AppU 1st 7% pf 100
Akron Brass Mfg com (new) ,50
Amer Coacb & Body
—_5

1,309
3,452
2.718
2,133
2,583

RANGE SINCE JAN.

Price
Jan. 2

Since

21

m mm-

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

CLEVELAND

STOCK EXCHANGE
In
November

1939

1940

November-

47,329
454,502

68,791
491,791

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

Bond Sales

1939

1940
Shares-

Nov. 15

Mar. 13

65

Oct. 23
35
z25% May 28
z35% May 21

2%

Oct.

z6% July
12
July
z42
May
4
Aug.
3
May
4
Aug.

A
50

Oct.

x

26

Jan.

3

2
Feb.
May 10
_

Mar. 13

May
7
Mar. 3
Sept. 23
Mar. 11
Oct.

17

Nov. 9
Mar. 12

Jan.

5

Aug. 15
June

19

Apr. 16
3

31

Feb.

14

23
12
21
23
22
27

Mar.

8

Mar.

7

21

14

z7% May 21
z26% June 10
80
May 28
zl2% May 21

Reflects range of prices fe. primary markets.

4

Jan.

Jan.

May 23
June

Jan.

No print

Nov. 9
Jan. 20

13
27
21
Jan.
2
Jan. 26
Nov. 17

July

Feb.

Feb.

Jan.

3

Nov. 25
Jan.
4

sales only*

Detroit Stock

Exchange

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

DETROIT STOCK EXCHANGE

RANGE OF PRICES ON
November

1939

297,491

Shares.

320,408

AGGREGATE
SALES
Since

November

Jan. 1

STOCKS
Par

6,540
2,750
3,069
300
_

11,090
24,700
10,101
46,814

Bid

1
5
Auto City Brewing common. .1

19*

2

22*

2

4

4

Allen Elec & Equipment..
Atlas Drop Forge common

Baldwin Rubber common
1
2.647 Bohn Aluminum & Brass.::.—5
2,971 Bower Roller Bearing.
5

53,272 Briggs Mfg Co common
12,816 Brown-McLaren Mfg Co
28,099 Burroughs Adding Mach

*
1
*
12>*c
*

25c

Ask

36

23

252*

?72*

90S*
16 X

90c

*

C.nrn

83

14

Hasffi "Prnrhinfja

I
$

Sale
IX

892*

7.56C Burry Biscuit Corp
1,017 Capital City Products

18,283

521

3,673

3,410
8,295
830

11,207

95c

75c

3,078

1,262
110

1,490
13,444

8.262
610

"""660
519
"

"i'716
1,101
3,465

1,537
955

4,887

"""540
6,232
4,886

13,005
700
804

"740
525

1,071
41,684
8,800 Detroit Edison
Ulv

Sale

82*
60c

vu

WluV U

i-" Ml V

vVIULIot

560

15" 270
2,900
1,150
290

1,728
«...

—

1,686
6,265
899

1,868
930

13,822
6,253

7,407
454

4,610
5,170
370

1,272
3,250
1,690
1,070
598
3.585
100

6,390
1,828
50

1,415
3.214

4,675
370

1.625
1,645

373
"

"l"860

3

84

28

7

37

27

23 2* Nov.
75c
Nov.

6
27

50c

1

Nov. 12

26 3* Nov. 12
92c
Nov. 20

4
Nov. 12

83* Nov.
50c

112*

June

13 H May 22
52c

Aug. 24
73* July 15

50c
7

Sept. 16
July 11

16

32*
12*

85c

32*
12*

^

1

35*
15*

4

80c

13*

765* Nov. 27
152* Nov. 7
85c
Nov.
4
3 5* Nov.
6
1 2* Nov.
8

825* Nov. 15
16
Nov. 15

13* Nov. 14
42* Nov. 14
12* Nov. 27

15

Oct.

July
22* May
12* Oct.

Nov. 20

Federal Motor Truck

Frankenmuth

53c

Sale

55c
114

Sale
117

~~ix "1X
1%
ix

15*
1 x
152*

"15* "12*
22*

Sale

3
1,416 Gemmer Mfg Co class A
*
Class B
*
1,593
9,333 General Finance Corp com.._l

86,426 General Motors
42,666 Goebel Brewing

10

common

Co common. .1
Graham-Paige Motor com
.1

18,925 Grand Valley Brew common. .1
5
34,461 Hall Lamp Co. common
158 Home Dairy class A
*
8,915 Hoover Steel Ball common. .10
8,068 Hoskins Mfg Co common. .2.50

Sale
52*
Sale
292*

52*
Sale
14
22*
Sale
Sale

75c

3J

32

14

15

32*
2

"52*
32
11

22*

52*

73c

62*

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182*
132*

32c

133*

*
10

1
50c
75,700 Mid-West Abrasive com
3,770 Moore (Tom) Distillery Oo...l

25,694 Motor Products Corp com
10,635 Motor Wheel common
108.834 Murray Corp common

*
5
10

com

♦
*

13,694 Rickei (H W) & Co common..2
*
14,445 River Raisin Paper com
10
14.328 Scotten Dillon common

80,394 S heller Mfg Co common
4,010 Simplicity Pattern common
35.597 Standard Tube Co class B

1

II
1

7,753 Stearns (Frederick) common..*
5% cum part pref...
214
100
10
31,989 Timken Axle common
47,221 Tivoli Brewing Co common. .1
_1
6,075 Udylite Corp common
*
5.149 Union Investment Co com




61.

50

23* Nov, 30
Nov, 28

49

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19

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Sale

12*

13

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43c

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9
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51c

55c

57c

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25

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26

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4

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12* Sale

68c

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6

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8

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192*
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32* Nov.
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9

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4

12* Nov.

8

4

Sale

90c

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18c

17c

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1

1

12* Nov. 12

82*

7

73c

70c

Nov. 27

Nov.

6

12* Nov. 28
Nov. 12

19c

15* Nov. 29
8
Nov.
8
76c.
Nov. 18

5

65*
12*

7

13*

122*
17 3*

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72*

3 3*

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32*
313*

13 2*
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32 2*

213*
10

12*
62*
12*
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2 2*
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20

42*

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132*

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12

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12

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4

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5

72* Nov.

7

2

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4

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8

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8

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13 2* Nov.

1

14 2* Nov.

175* Nov. 22
63* Nov.
6

8
182* Nov.
9
83* Nov. 14

122*
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75*
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2 2*
13*
20

20 2*
12 3*
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1

13*
22*
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1

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102*

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12

4

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28

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73*

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153*
5
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2

14

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8

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12*
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33*
42*

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163*
42*
12*

292*
13*

42*
3 2*
43*
82*
82*
Sale
Sale

3 3* Nov.
Nov.

8

Nov.

7

32* Nov. 27
313* Nov. 29
23 3* Nov.
7
102* Nov.
6
12* Nov.
7
7 3* Nov.
8
15* Nov.
6
13* Nov.
1
2 J* Nov. 25
15* Nov. 26

235*
133*
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75*
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21

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12*
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4

6

Nov.
Nov 26
6
Nov.
7
Nov.

99

1

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12*

19

32*

Sale

100

"5

*

11

8
3
5

Feb.

2

Jan.

8

Jan.

Nov. 23

283*
1 2*
4 2*
2 3*

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6

1
Nov.
Nov. 29
Nov. 19

4

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8

Nov.

34

6

Nov. 27
Nov.

8

Nov.

8

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13

July
Feb.

21

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June

4*

205* Jan.
102* May
23* May
2
May
193* Nov.
3 5* June

155*
45*
25*
322*
65*

Feb.

Mar. 15
Jan.

3
8

Jan.

25

Jan.

Apr.

23

Jan.

30

13 2* Jan.

24
5

33

June

25* Jan.
56
Apr.
32* Apr.
12* Jan.

30c

80c

Apr.
135* Apr.
6
Apr.
195* Nov.
142* Feb.
28 1 May
162* Apr.
65* Feb.

Sept.

55* Feb.
5
July
142* May
10
May
28
May
9
May
3
May
1

May
Feb.

26

Feb.

24

45* Mar.
154 Jan.

May 14

75c

July 11
Sept. 30
12* Nov. 12
5
May 24
60c
July 11
16c

26

65* Nov.
1 2* Jan.
40c
Aug.
92* May
125* May
42* May
165* May
22* May
312* July
18
July
82* Jan.

13
2
1
21
21
21
8
15
22
5
8

Mar.

1

12* Nov. 26

75c

Nov.

7

Nov.

1

Nov. 14

Nov.

1

122* Nov.

1

2

99

Nov. 23

293* Nov.
13* Nov.
4 3* Nov.
3

7
1

9

Nov. 18

45* Nov. 29

1

Nov. 12

1

103*
982*
182*
15*
43*
2

June

6

May 15

July

12

Mar.
May
Aug.
Nov.
May

30
21
1
29
23

22* May 28
4

Jan.

10

4

12* Nov." 2
13 H Nov. 22

2

Nov. 30

12* Nov.

1

163* Nov. 30
13* Nov.

9

May 24

1

June 2K

75* Aug.
7
32* May 15
1

Mav

14
8

22
15
17
9

195* May
25* May
12* May

52* Nov. 14

Nov. 14

2
9
17

10

Mar.

1

5

Jan.

60c

Jan.

8
15

12* Jan.

52c

Oct.

35c

8

Apr. 29'

July
1 2* May
373* May
2
May
50c
July

32c

19

92* May
2
15* Nov. 30
355* Nov. 4

65* May
July
27
May

75c

62* May 21
12* May 22
1
Aug. 27
2 2* May 24
12* May 15
172* Aug. 16
3 2* June 10

Nov. 15

5

12*

3

Nov. 25

15* Apr. 13
25* Mar. 27
15* Apr. 10
172* Nov. 28

May
12* May

4

62* Nov. 13
13* Nov. 23
42c

50c

8

85c

"22*

*

Apr.
Apr.
Jan.

24

60c

53c

2.50

2.50
7,559 Parker Rust-Proof com
♦
47,654 Parker Wolverine Co com
1
33,811 Peninsular Metal Products
*
11,959 Pfeiffer Brewing Co com
8,752 Prudential Investing Corp
1
1
11,370 Reo Motors Inc vtc

see page

3*

50c

2.50

Preferred...

7
32* Nov. 12
2 3* Nov.
4
202* Nov.
8
62* Nov. 14
Nov.

*

36,402 Michigan Sugar common.
Preferred
3,257
64,521 Micromatic Hone Corp

3,090

35c
Sale

Nov. 12

5

17c

5,350 Universal Cooler class A
Class B
26 616

Sale

125

Nov.

1

30
9

Nov. 29

90c

common

2 3*
49

32 3*
15

15

52*

32c

Sale

3,623 U S Radiator

62*
35

112*

1

2 2* Nov. 14
192* Nov 14
6
52* Nov

33c

82*

Sale

9,402 United Shirt Distributors
40,784 United Specialties common

Sale

33

3 2* Nov.

27

32c

25c

90c

112,140 Packard Motor Co
55,102 Parke Davis & Co

35
132*
22*

Sale
20

18

11

3

Nov

14

Nov

25c

com

Sale

14 3*
3 2*

79c

1

Muskegon Piston Ring

22*
243*

20

302* Nov. 30

Sale

110,723 McClanahan Oil Co common .1
6,380 Michigan Silica Co common.. 1
2,516 Mich Steel Tube Prod

Sale

33 2* Nov

12* Nov. 30
352* Nov.
4

33*
Sale

2

Sale

10

34

303*
132*
32*
22*

Nov, 26

1

90c

45c

common

12*

Sale

Sale

1

4,612 Lakey Fdy & Mach common..1
14,936 La Salle Wines & Champagne.2

2
6
70c
Nov. 25
17 3* Nov. 28
12* Nov.
2 2* Nov.

75*

8

Sale

135*
Sale

26,132 Kresge (S S) Co

6

512*
22*

*

145 Mahon (R C) class A pref
47,547 Masco Screw Products

83*
13*

22*

132*
52*

1
1

Nov

Nov, 13
4
162* Nov,

79c

'70c'

11

23

183*
112*
362*
13 3*
42*

common

2

55c

18

30

Drug Co

4
5
3

19

15* Nov, 27

Sale

17

33

122*
4H
22*
272*
45*
322*
103*
23*
542*
22*

1
71c
Nov.
Nov 23 115

Nov, 25

Sale

22*
58c

17

*

Class B

12*

62c

*

Houdaille-Hershey class A

14.880 Kinsel

IX

252*

1

12*

163*

"32* "52*

*

11

55c

73*
IX

53c
114

12

21

15

3

com

90c

62c

1112* 115
10

5

Brewing com_.l

Jan.

Jan.

Jan.

185* Jan. 29
192* Apr. 10
12* Apr. 23

Nov.

Fruehauf Trailer Co com
Gar Wood Industries com

12$
9$

2

982* May

5

262* Nov. 12
Feb. 20

902*
162*
12*
45*

555* May
55c

Nov. 14
Nov. 25

1

Apr.__ 9
Apr. 30
May
9

52*
77

Sale

1
1

22* Nov. 4
52* Nov. 30
May
7

JJ* June 10
245* Feb. 29

123 X

27,868 Ex-Cell-O Con)
60,385 Federal Mogul common

For footnotes

32*
76

16

4

500 U S Graphite Co com

"""769

1

8

26c

1 U

«

4,181 Eaton Mfg Co common
2,273 Eureka Vacuum Cleaner

102

.4

13* Feb.

2 h Aug. 13
16c
July 26

14

24,732 Hudson Motor Car
37,074 Hurd Lock & Mfg Co com
18,661 Kingston Products Corp

550

Sale

1

3,460

1,550
1,504

Nov.

63* Nov.

17c

Nov. 4
53* Nov. 30
18c
Nov. 18
63* Nov. 14
2 3*

Sale

3,487 Divco-Twin Truck Co
2,420 Durham Mfg Co common

55,164

3,115

1

100

aa

common

4*849
3,889

Sale

50c

Sale Prices

16 X
80c

3,491 Detroit Steel Corp common..5
10
780 Detroit Steei Products

187

72*
83*

82*

Nov.

4

7 3* Nov.

95c

85c

Highest

Sale Prices

May
May

106,250 Detroit Mien Stove common._1
31,482 Detroit Paper Products
1

50.199

63*

Lowest

Sale Prices

15

110 Detroit Gasket & Mfg Co
13,985 Detroit Gray Iron Cdy

20,138
27,731
6,786
46,591

20c

62*

Highest

Sale Prices
2
Nov.
6

19

225

"3" 330

1

9

3 J*
2

80,957

23*
Sale

33 -- "303* "312*
37
36
38
Sale
23 3* Sale

52*
2,150

22*
52*

18c
Sale
-

32

11H

22*
Sale

27c

6^ Sale

21X

Ask

Ask Bid

Bid

Lowest

Nov. 30

Nov. 1

1940

Shares

910

9,695
1,081
2,097

RANGE SINCE JAN.

IN NOVEMBER

Price
Jan. 2

In

Shares

-Shares. 2,851,066

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30.

PRICES

DETROIT
STOCK EXCHANGE

1939
3,323,373

1940

Stock Sales

1940

Stock Sales

91

May
12* Nov.
27c
Apr.
22* Jan.
8

Nov.

9

24
7
4
14
28

17
18
8

12* Apr.

15

6

15

Apr.

115* Mar. 28
22* Apr. 15
60c

May

6

Apr. 18
6
18 2* Apr.
82* Nov. 14
16

165*
4 3*
445*
23 5*
142*
15*
92*

8
May
Mar. 12
8
Jan.
Nov. 7
Apr. 30
8
Nov.

Feb.

Jan.
15* Apr.
3
Jan.
22* Apr.
25
Jan.
2

7

2
19
15

15

10
4

Apr. 17

15* Mar. 14
2

142*
993*
292*
25*
4J*
32*
45*
9

Nov.

1

Mar.
Jan.
Nov.
Jan.
Nov.
Mar.
Nov.

14

17
7

27
9
11

29

Nov. 12

72* Feb. 19
25* Apr. 17
162* Nov. 30
6
Sept. 18
25* Mar. 26

STOCK

DETROIT

Dec., 1940]
AGGREGATE

Jan. 2

Since

November

Jan. 1

STOCKS

4,941 Universal Products common—♦
*
1,993 Walker & Co class A
Class B
*
13,651
1
111,677 Warner Aircraft Corp com

450

5,900
6,880

23%

200

2,495 Wolverine Tube Co
46

1%
1

Sale
1%
12c

9c

6,686 Young (L A) Spring & Wire—*

625

27

7%
6%
78% 104
11
11%

2
100

com

Preferred

18%
27
4

3

50,695 Wayne Screw Prod common—4
1
26,100 Wolverine Brewing Co com

Bid

18%

25
Sale
3%
3%
1% Sale
1% Sale

18%
24%

1,906
588

1,055
1,943
635

5,442
175

121

American Radiator
Amer Tel &
Borden

432
900
150

3,270
653
636

985

1,065
533

7,095
365
25

288
625
610

1,936
4,554
4,929
•

Sale

Cities Service common

Corp.
7% Sale

*

£
i
6%
1%
6%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

20%

Sale

% Sale

34%

Sale
%

Sale

1

1
Kennecote Copper Corp
♦
Kroger Grocery & Baking Co.*
Montgomery Ward & Co....*

Sale

Sale

5
*
*

Nash-Kelvinator Corp
National Dairy Products
New York Central RR_.

Pennsylvania RR Co
50
Purity Bakeries Corp..
Sears Roebuck & Co
Socony-Vacuum Corp...—15
Standard Brands Inc—...— *
US, Rubber. Co
...10

Sale

29

12 %

Sale
Sale

sales.

31% Sale
39% Sale

28% Sale
37% Sale
5
Sale
14

15% Sale
24% Sale

Sale

Sale

6% Sale
22%
69%
15%

Sold for caRb.

r

"

Nov.
36% Nov.
5
Nov.
13% Nov.
13% Nov.
23% Nov.
10% Nov.
75% Nov.
8% Nov.
6% Nov.
20% Nov.
66% Nov.
14%»Nov.
28

Sale
Sale
Sale

x

68% Sale
16% Sale

November.

243,119

Shares

_

2,501,287

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

30

4
29
22
4
26
28
27
6
27
6

4

37% Nov. 7
6% Nov. 1
38% Nov. 4
75c
Nov. 19
1% Nov. 20
14
1
8
12

8
7
14
4
12
12
15
9
23

BONDS

Jan. 1

Bid

181,500 Elec & Peonies tr ctfs 4s. .1945
2,000 Lehigh Valley ann 6s
_

17,781 American
18,631 American

775

312

791

2,068
2,470
20

175

1,960
3,769
599

70

""301
1,300

Budd (E G) Mfg
Budd Wheel Co

Co

Horn & Hardart (Phila) com—*
Horn & Hardart (N Y) com—*

_♦
*

60

579

550

55,607
568
338

3

9
1
June 28
Nov.

Nov.

Jan.

4

Apr.

11

Oct.

4

June

7
28

Apr.

15

Jan.

2

Nov.

1

May
Mar

5

Jan.

4

13
Sept. 7
Feb. 16
Apr. 17

Apr.

3

Jan.

Nov. 14

Apr.
4
Sept. 24
Jan.

2

Apr.

8

15
Nov.! 9

Nov.

Nov 123

1

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Sale

10

Lehigh Coai & Navigation
Lehigh Valley
National Power & Light

-

34

34M

IS

§&

*

8%

8%

2%
*
25
*

Wire

119

*
50

1
50
50

-

28%
54%

2

23%
164

Sale

Sale
169

865 Westmoreland

value.




%

Coal

Ex-dividend.

9%
146%
10%
8%

117
119
118% 118
30
30% Sale
30% Sale
3
Sale
3
2%
2%
2%
2% Sale
2% Sale
Sale
7
6%
7%

2%
24%

Sale
Sale

22

188
2%

Sale

180

116%
30%

Sale

2%
31

2%

Sale
Sale

14

15

3%
Sale

3

4

37% Sale

14

Nov.

3

41%

45

43

42

%
%

%

%

%
2 3^

*

Sale
33%
34
11% Sale
115

•

10%

•

12

%
%

1

Sale

11
Sale

1%
27%
10%
113%
12

10%

3% Nov. 26
36% Nov. 30

9
4

2% Nov. 14
25% Nov. 12
Nov.
7

118% Nov. 27
31% Nov. 26
14% Nov. 27

4% Nov. 14
42% Nov. 4

Nov. 28
Nov. 14
Nov. 16
Nov. 4

2%
34%
28%
12%
Sale
113
Nov. 28 115%
Sale
Sale
12%
10% Nov. 4
12%
14
10% Nov. 13

Nov.
1
Nov. 4
Nov.
1
Nov. 19
Nov. 25
Nov.
1

%
Sale

45

Nov. 25
% Nov. 7
% Nov. 16
% Nov. 4

1% Nov. 26
27% Nov. 28
9% Nov. 28

June

Apr. 25
Jan.
Jan.

May

8

31
10

Nov. 13
Jan.

4

Jan.

June

38

46%
%6
%
%

46%
%
1

28

25

6 190

2%
2%
116% 117% 116% Nov.
31% Sale
30% Nov.

Sale

14

Nov.

2% Nov.
8% Nov.

8

Jan.
Oct.

55% June
1% Oct.

7 117
Nov.
7
Nov. 30
30% Nov. 18
3
Nov. 25
Nov. 20

Nov. 27
Nov. 27

Apr.

May
May

3% May

Nov.

2% Nov. 27
21% Nov. 28
186

184

3

1(
Sept. IS

Feb.

June

113% Apr.

50
—50
-.50

*

14
66

11% Jan.

117

Sale

2

64% Mar. 28

71

71%

Sale

5%

*

Electric Storage Battery
General Motors

Insulated

Ask

Ask Bid

Bid

-

No par

5

Jan.

RANGE SINCE JAN.

IN NOVEMBER

Sale

14%

Sale

nited Corp common-..
47,322
Preferred
6.756
435,011 United Gas Impt common.
Preferred
7,642
2,972 Westmoreland, Inc

95
*

5%
5%
90%

16
Sale

Sale

-_1
1,983 Salt Dome Oil Corp.——
*
8,770 Scott Paper
Tacony-Palmyra Bridge—
Class A participating
*
1,035
1
26,597 Tonopah Mining
25
2.755 Transit Invest Corp
Preferred
25
15,841
-—.50
4,057 Union Traction

658

14

*

..

1,010

Apr.

$150,000
$1,106,500

...

12% Nov.
11%
11%
10% Nov. 28
11%
11%
167% Nov.
165% Nov.
166% Sale
166% Sale
20
20
14
12%
11% Nov.
10%
10
10%
9% Nov. 6
9%
Sale
119% Nov. 2 121% Nov.
118% 119% 120
1
6
Nov.
5
Nov.
5
5%
5% Sale
1
Sale
7
8% Nov.
6% Nov.
7% Sale
76% Sale
76% Nov. 30 84% Nov.
84% Sale
1
2% Nov.
1% Nov.
1% Sale
31% Nov. 6 33% Nov.
32
32% "31% Sale
54
Nov.
Sale
50
48% Nov. 28
50% Sale

12%
Sale

5

734 Phila

600

171
14

Curtis Pub Co common

-

434

4

Nov. 14

5

$183,500

__

Sale

Chrysler Corp

2,200 Phila Rapid Transit
7% preferred
.
2,275
2,212 Philadelphia Traction

"8", 157

50
10

pref

262,949 Pennroad Corp vtc
113,481 Pennsylvania RR
678 Pennsylvania Salt Mfg
2,169 Penn Traffic common
2,801 Phila Elec of Pa $5 pref
24,892 Phila Elec Power pref

110

Ask

69

100 122%

Bell Tel Co of Pa

1,141
2,964
32,395
6,983
4,936

2,053
2,618

11%

12%
100

8,124
18,286
17,894
5,980
7,024
21,882
32,827

192

16

1940

par

Stores
Tel & Tel

901 Bankers Sec Corp pref
1,567 Barber Asphalt Corp

""353

19,438
17,751

STOCKS

Shares

1,661

Apr.

STOCK EXCHANGE

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30.

Nov. 1

1940

$

Shares

Mar. 15
Mar. 29

Mar. 13

9% June 10
15% May 21
3
9% June
63
May 22
7% May 22
5% May 28
15% May 23
42% May 28
10% May 22

■

$

8
10

Apr.

Jan. 2

Since

In

June

12

8

Apr.

Jan.

3% May 23

14

Jan.

Price

STOCK

November

1%
15
2%
15
12 25c
6%
22
29 105
13%
10

Oct.

November

PRICES

PHILADELPHIA
EXCHANGE

10

May 11

4

28
1 % June 18
8
24% July
23% May 22
32% May 22
1

AGGREGATE
SALES

8

Feb.

27

4% May 22
May 28
July 26
June 10
May 21
May 21
8
4% June
% May 21
5% May 22
128% Nov. 30
3% Sept. 27
25% May 21
3
May 21
34% Nov. 28
% May 10

Bond Sales

1939
305,967
3,037,951

1940

29

22

1

Nov. 14
Nov.
4

3
Nov.
37% Nov.
31% Nov.
41% Nov.
6
Nov.
14% Nov.
16
Nov.
25% Nov.
10% Nov.
80% Nov.
9% Nov.
6% Nov.
26% Nov.
76% Nov.
16% Nov.

23% Apr.

Ex-dividend.

RANGE OF PRICES ON THE PHILADELPHIA
Stock Sales

6

Nov.
Nov.

10
14
13

145%
18%
17%
13%
3%

Nov. 20
Nov.
9

140

32%|Nov.

5% Sale

Yellow Truck & Coach

d Deferred delivery

2% Sale

%

~6% Sale
16 %
18 %

U S Steel Co

No par value.

Sale
Sale

2

34%

8%
6%
1%
6%

36% Nov. 4
3 % Nov. 28
34% Nov. 28
55c
Nov. 4
1% Nov. 22
2% Nov. 13

Internat Industries com.....

Jacobs (F L) Co com

22

128% Nov.

6% Sale

Nov. 14

8

167% Nov. 9
29% Nov. 14
22% Nov. 15

Nov.

6

Sale

6

...

48%

11% Nov. 15

1

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
20
Nov.
6% Nov.
5% Nov.
% Nov.

Rights

5
Electric Power & Light....—*
General Foods Corp
...—*
Hupp Motor Car Corp.

1

7%
164%
23%
19%

128% Sale

Electric Auto-Lite

Nov.

11% Nov.

11%

165% Sale
25% Sale
20
7

16% Jan.
May
2% July
90c
May
1
Feb.
9c
Aug.
4% May
104
Feb.
7
June
23

1

3% Nov.
7
1 % Nov.
7
2% Nov. 14
14c
Nov. 29

6

10%

11% Sale

Nov.

27

103

Sale

*
10

Consolidated Oil Co
Dow Chemical Co com

1,675
6,737
5,272
5,749
5,520
12,733
4,870
7,914
23,658
23,228
6,982
58,325
2,393
1,449
1,659
5,430
11,411
6,553
18,755
21,985

1,568

Company

Borg Warner Corp common.
Budd Wheel Co
Commonw & Southern

10%
171%

50
15
.5

Anaconda Copper

170

"'325

100

Tel Co

Highest
Sale Prices

13c

2

16c

UNLISTED DEPT.—

10,606
3,201
9,632
1,841
4,729
5,048
1,221
21,181
3,669
1,565

320
489

Lowest

Sale Prices

Nqv.
1
3% Nov. 20
1 % Nov.
1
1% Nov. 1

Sale

1H
IVt

5
7%
100
103

6

Highest
Sale Prices

27

27
3%

3

11c

17c

13c
101

Lowest

Ask

Ask Bid

Ask

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Nov. 1

1940
Bid

Par

Shares

"""566

1

Price

STOCK EXCHANGE
In

Shares

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

DETROIT

SALES

(51

EXCHANGE

May

Apr.
Apr.

3
11
6

111% May 18 125% Jan. 10
2
27
June 10 35% Apr.
1% May 23
3% Oct. 23
8
3% Feb.
1% May 28
8
8% Apr.
5% June 11
1% Mar
May
May
May

liH
112 ^

i

Oct.
8
Nov. 12
Oct.
3
Mar. 21
Jan. 10

June

Jan. 20
Jan. 23
Jan.
2
Jan.
4
Feb.
6-

28% June
14
Sept.
2% Jan.
4% Jan.
11% Jan.

3% Nov. 26
34% May 15
May
Oct.
Mar.

May
Jan.
June
June

8% May
Apr.

49

2:

4'.

Mar.
7
Feb. li
Feb. 29Jan. 10>
Feb.
3t
Jan.
a
Feb. 13

Jan.
Oct.

a

May

9
Nov. 2k

Jan.

Apr.

2

Nov.
June

San Francisco Stock Exch.
MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF PRICES ON THE SAN FRANCISCO STOCK EXCHANGE
Stock Sales

November

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30
AGGREGATE
SALES

'

463,649
5,566,697

SAN FRANCISCO
STOCK EXCHANGE

Jan. 1

%

"5", 000

Shares
700

1,447

BONDS

Bid
Atlas Diesei Eng Oo 6 %—1945
Coast Oo G & E Oo 49o
1965
Com'wealth Edison 3>5% .1958
Market Street By Co 7 %—1940

974

1,584

1,637
1,852
260
70

110

STOCKS

Shares

4,582
30

50

13.700
1,564
11,169
3,052
138

Nov. 1

Bid

10294

\

Ask

Ask

570
337

1,831 Bank of Calif Nat Assn cap—80
800 Beech Aircraft Corp common
17,968 Bishop Oil Co cap.
2
18,407 Byron Jackson com cap
*
23,108 Calamba Sugar Estate com..20
4,263 Calaveras Cement Co com
*
440 Calaveras Gem Co 7 % pref 100
435 Calif Art Tile Corp class A
*
Class B

*

5,167 Calif Cotton Mills capital..100
1,348 California Ink Co, Inc. capital *
34,764 California Packing capital
*
2,511
Preferred
-.50
1,664 Calif Water Service Co pref. .25
36,160 Carson Hill Gold Mg capital.
15,300 Caterpillar Tractor capital
*
140,723 Central Eureka Mg Co com
1
18,655 Chrysler Corp common......5
6,323 Clorox Chemical cap
10
55
1st preferred (new)
25
3,120 Columbia Broadcast Sys A-294
15,089 Commonwealth Edison
25
3,269 Consol Aircraft Corp com
1
Consol

1,215
870
997

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

——-

77

44
61

Nov. 19

78

Nov. 29

59

Nov. 27

59

Nov. 27

Highest

Sale Prices
Sale Prices
100
Jan. 16 10154 Oct. 24
108
July
5
July
5 108
128
Feb.
5 130
Apr. 4
Mar. s
6494 Feb. 27 82
53
June 14 73
Oct.
4

13394 Apr. 26 13394 Apr. 26
39
July 23
July 23 39

4894
6594

3894

59

Nov. 27

4094 Oct. 23

3994

2.20 Sale

694
50
10c

6%
110
50c
Sale
Sale
7

4

494

6c

7S*

694
m
3 94
2.25
4%
121% 126 ~T0'
4.

m
if*
1.55
35

»

8
80c
39
23 X

5094

894
2.00
15 X
18

2.00
50

10
1.00
16
41
Sale

5194

"27c" "34c "

5

1.90
5

100

i4!i
iii*
2.00
32
7
50c

37

1994
50%
26%

8c
Sale
Sale

6X
3%

2.00 Nov. 27

2.25 Nov.

5%

594 Nov. 28

694 Nov.

6c
lOc
Sale
79*
45. Sale
6%
5%

5

til

3X

""8
1.00

P

43

Sale

52

27%
18c
4824

54

16c
47

8*

91
52

394 Sale
82 X
84
55
47%

25

20%

494 Nov.
594 Nov.

794 Nov. 29
594 Nov. 22
694 Nov. 7

Nov;

1 10594"Nov. 23

1294 Nov.
1094 Nov.

1394 Nov.
7
1194 Nov. 22
2.10 Nov. 19

794 Nov.

104

5%

1.50

1.60

11%
Sale

12%
11%

11

2.00

37%
6
50c

7%
37

£*

40
8

2.10 Nov.
Nov.
7
Nov.

23
32 X

29

Sale
30

40
7

40

59

Nov. 27

4394 Oct.

2

9%

19

Nov.

51
27

Nov.

16c

20c

16c

49%
3%
77%

27

$kH

55

28%

Feb.

9

May 15
Jan.

10

7
3* May
Apr. 22

40
9
65c

Oct.

17

Mar. 25
Apr. 16
Apr. 15
Mar. 6

Nov. 27
Nov. 14
Nov. 27

249

June

9
5294 Jan.
2694 July 27

15c

June

32c

45

May

55

7

Nov.

Nov. 25

7
7

2.75 May
5794 June

Nov. 27

4394 Aug.

Nov.

Nov.

87
57

2794 Nov. 26

2794 Nov. 26

2794 Nov. 26

20

22

28%

2894 Nov. 25

289

Nov. 25

22%

27%
23%

24%

25

Nov. 19

25

Nov. 12

2894 June 12
23
Aug. 31

24

25

24

25

24

Nov.

4

794 Nov.
594 Nov.

8
4

2594 Nov. 14
894 Nov. 9
594 Nov. 7

15
Nov.
8894 Nov.

6

17

1

9154 Nov. 28

18

June

Nov. 27

27

22%
30X
23%

30

Mar. 25

694 May
o5
May
14
May
499 Aug.

16c

47% Nov.

8

July 30

Mar. 27

694 Oct.

4894
394
8594
4794

4794 Nov.
394 Nov.
7894 Nov.

rPA

6

994 Nov. 13

27

Nov.
Nov.

48%
76
45

Nov.

Feb.

JM May 9
Jan.
3
llH Mar. 29

1094 Oct.
2.00 Mar.
32
Sept.
50c

994 Nov. 13

p

i*
125

May

8

43

19% Sale
52%
50%
27%
26%

9

394 May 29
8
7

694 Nov.
65
Oct.
20c

8c
July
594 June
394 May
394 May
3
May
103
May
694 Mar
1.20 July

Nov.

1.00

2754

54 3A
354 Sale

2
Aug. 22
494 May 23
Oct.
7

65

2.25
ro6

5%
2.50

2.10
110

Coast Counties Gas & El Co—

55
468

Lowest

Nov. 30
Bid

1

Pari

9,674 Aircraft Accessories Corp A-50c
8,348 Alaska Juneau Gold M cap.. 10
50 Alaska Packers Assn cap
100
Angio-Amer Mining Corp Ltd—
6,864
Common..
29,915 Anglo-Calif Nat'I Bank
20
23,386 Assoc Ins Fund Inc com cap.10
19,108 Atlas Imp Diesel Enj? Co
5

55

102
76

100

98

1969

494s

Ill Bandini Petroleum Co com.__l

137

Ask

1939

$39,000
85,500

RANGE SINCE JAN.

1952

S P Oo (O P stk col) 4 %—1949
SPRR Co 4%

.......

3,027

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

1945

5%
S J Lt & Pwr Corp 6%

1940

$12,000
147,000

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

$

22,000
4,000
22,000
32,000
10,000
1,000
2,000
5,000
38,000

Bond Sales

November-.

483,375
5,828,108

Price
Jan. 2
1940

Since

In
November

7,000

1939

1940

Shares.

-.

18

H

Jan.
Jan.
Mar.

8
9

1

Apr. 12
Feb. 27

2794 Nov. 26
2094 Sept. 24
33
Apr.
8
3194 Apr. 15

Chemical Industries

17,147
Inc class A partic pref
♦
6,918 Consol Coppermines Corp cap 5
11,662 Creameries of Am Inc com
1

24 94

7%

Sale
894

6%
5%

7%
5%

7%
5%

7%
6

1994 May 24
594 Aug.
9
4

June

12

2694 May
1
994 Feb. 21
6
Apr.
6

Crocker First National Bank

12,093
505

""345
271
420

90
San Francisco cap
320
320
320
270
275
100 280
213,038 Crown ZellerhOofp com
17
17 X
5
15% Sale
1594 Sale
Sale
Sale
88
90
91
13,872
Preferred—
...»
90%
80c
1,100 Cypress Abbey Co common;
60c
70c
50c
69c
2
50c
1.95
5,597 Di Giorgio Fruit Corp com—10
1.30
1.75
2.50
1.05
1.10
7
11
7
9
3,645
Preferred
100
6%
3
4,630 Doernbecker Mfg Co
—*
3%
3%
45 Dow Chemical Co

""820
45

1,382
424

275
10

740
549

1.939
1,215
95
35
450

7,648
804

116

770
3,098
523
635
"

1,724
519

58

2,544

1,339
1,090
100
300
760

707
230
863

2,105
184

5,783
239

'"'997
825

4*412

—

....

1.263
21,896
1,342
1,373
8,313
17,202

40*

Sale

41X
Sale

n*
95

33 x

33
36
Sale

3%
9

17
42
6
23

46%
99%
28X

10%
Sale

8

18

23

27

47%
49%
99% 100
32%
31%

17%

16%

17%

20

22%

20

20%

19%

20%

7%
54%

8%
55%

6%
7%
51% Sale
5%
5%

694

7%

49%
5%
32
494

50
5%
3594
5
994
1194
1494

33

31
5

Sale

13

29%

32

15

16
60c

75c

Sale
85c

13

50c

5%
Sale

11%

43
Sale

1094
4%

7%

594

....—

Sale
44

Inc common—. 1

Sale

Libby McNeill & Libby com.. 7
Lockheed Aircr Corp com.... 1
Lyons-Magnus Inc A........*
ClasSjB—-—
»
294
29,133 Magna vox Co Ltd capital
*
11,588 Magnin & Co (I) common.
Preferred.. ............100
383

894
1094

^>31
159^ 1694




2094 Nov. 28

754 Nov. 18

Nov. 26
Nov. 15
5* Nov. 19
Nov. 14
Nov.
4

33

54
Nov. 12
594 Nov. 8
33

m

y*
2?*

Nov. 15

7%

90c

Nov.

1

55c

52c

4194 Nov. 28
1094 Nov. 1

1194
994
4

50c
2.05
6

W*
27
694

\rA
Sale*
2.40

4

Nov.

4

Nov. 28
2.00 Nov. 14
Nov. 26
6
2.50 Nov.
1394 Nov.

50c

Nov.

14

June 24

17

6

May
38
May
494 May
2794 May
May
May
Aug.

1294 Nov. 14

Nov. 19
2.25 Nov.
7

65c
6

2.75 Nov.
15

43

2IU

Nov. 25
Nov.
7

3094 Nov. 2
794 Nov. 7
3394 Nov. 12

6
Nov. 19

5

9

70c
8

Nov. 14

80c

Nov. 27

Nov.

4

894 Nov.

4

1894

1694 Nov.

13

12

6

1894 Nov. 29

Nov. 22
2.35 Nov. 30

12
3

794 Nov. 6
894 Nov. 4
2.25 Nov. 23

iS*

21

Nov. 22

Nov. 22

Nov. 12
Nov.

9
Nov. 22

2.50 Nov.
2294 Nov.

4

7

Nov.

8

9
2094 Nov.
994 Nov. 16

2694 Nov.

6

2794 Nov. 12

10c

1

10c

2094 Nov.
9

2794
Sale

6

Nov. 19

75c

2.35 Sale

4%

Nov. 15

106

It*

LOc

7

Nov. 25

594 Nov. 12
4094 Nov. 26

8

27

Nov. 26

Nov.

5

494

594

5

Nov.

9

Nov. 14

13

10

33

Nov. 19

Nov.

28* Nov.

June

42

41

98

21
23
18
28
22
21
13

1494 May 22
50c
May 23

40

80c

Sept. 25

1794 May 18

Nov. 25

45
28

794
3094

|494

5

Nov.

Nov

1

14

June

May
Jan.
Jan.

Jan.
Jan.

4

9
II
12
12
26

Sept. 11
Jan.

May
Apr.
Feb.
Jan.

9j
6 3294 May

1694 Nov. 7
54c
Nov. 22

4194

594
35c
70c

7
9
4

Sept.
July

Oct.

1594 Nov. 19

44

594
65c

IP

594 Nov.
994 Nov.
1194 Nov.

Nov.

Apr. 12

10

7
8
29
2

2
8 4894 Nov. 15
Oct. 18
77
May 22 100
1994 June 10 3394 Feb. 16

36

2

4

4

52c

Nat Auto Fibres Inc comjBtk—1
Natomas Co capital—...
*

No par value.

1.30 Nov.
Nov.
17

794 Nov. 18
4994 Nov. 29

42

Sale

Merchant Cal Mach Oo com
5
Meier & Frank Co.—.......10
Menasco Mfg Co common
.1

Class AA common. ———*

Nov.

Nov. 22

3294 Nov. 19

134$

29

19

9%
lt%

2.10

1,240

4 100

16%

1494
494
4094

100

9794 Nov.
2894 Nov.

6
1.20 Nov. 22
17
Nov. 4

Sale

106

Nov.
Nov.

1.35

*

North Am Inv Corp com...100
6% preferred........... 100
594% preferred......... 100
North Amer Oil Consol cap.. 10
Occidental Insurance capital.10
Occidental Petrol Corp com.. 1
O'Connor Moffatt A Co-

24

48

1.20

Sale

21,625
2,133
16,910

Nov. 25
9
694 Nov.
Nov. 16
24
4894 Nov. 15

394 Nov. 25

44

1.30

...

LeTourneau

4294 Nov.
694 Nov.

29,
48

11,004 Langendorf United Bak cl A..*
Class B.—...
*
9,347
Preferred- ...———50
652
10
9.264 Leslie Salt Co.capital
15,096
5,501
69,002
2,526
1,031

3 94 Nov. 29

1894 Nov. 12

45
7

30%
34
5%
6
9% Sale
17
17%
13
14%
36%
38

9
2

Nov.

43%

30

794 Nov.
394 Nov.

17

20

7

Nov. 19

9

3%
1094
1894

17 X

6

3

1.50 Nov.

133

44
8

Sale

6

8
Nov. 26

1.30 Nov.

1.25

.10
Honolulu Oil Corp Ltd cap— *
Honolulu Plantation capital-20
com

4

128
3

34 X
2.00
20

1.50

Home Fire & Marine Insur
Oo of Calif capital....

Hudson Motor Car

143

85c

3,080

•

18

I*

139

Sale

316

267

894

147*
11*

Hunt Bros Packing common-10

10

9,654

139

Preferred
.10
935 Hutchinson Sug Plant cap.. 15
2 Pesos
659 1XL Mining Oo

127
350

740

__*

7,437 El Dorado Oil Works cap....*
1,594 Electrical Products Corp..
4
20,355 Emporium Capwell capital
*
6,957
Preferred w w
50
4,748 Emsco Derrick & Eq Co cap..5
342 Ewa Plantation..
20
2,030 Fireman's Fund Indem cap..10
9,203 Fireman's Fund Insur cap—25
11,594 Food Machinery Corp com..10
7,350 Foster & Kieiser common—294
1,040
Class A preferred
—.25
Galland Mercantile Laundry—
Common (capital)——*
936
General Metals Corp—>■
Common capital—......2H
8.033
10
55,029 General Motors
11,725 General Paint Corp common.*
Preferred
*
5,497
8,117 Gladding McBean Co com-..*
89,711 Golden State Ltd capital.....*
*
5.034 Greyhound Corp common
7,428 Haie Bros Stores Inc capital..*
*
1,073 Hancock Oil
*
18,833 Hawaiian Pineapple Oo
22,174 Holly Develop Co common... 1

41,941
7,898
323,000
35,241
46,297
1,885
1,299

125

9,913

common

May 15 300
1294 May 21 21
K* May 21 95
50c
July
8 70c
1
June 10
394
5
May 22
1094
3
Sept. 20
13494 Sept. 11
Nov. 29
894
10 94
May 22
May 23 20 94
May 22

285
Nov. 14

June

1094 July
8 94 July
394 Sept.
50c
July
1.75 July
Oct.
2.50 Nov.
6

1194 May
494 June
34
June
3594 Jnne
21
May
594 June
23 94 June
494 Feb.
25c
May
50c
7
100

Jan.

July
Aug.
1294 May
994 May
1.75 Jan.
594 May
794 May

2.20 Mar. 11
20
Apr.
5
22

Feb.

23

794 Nov. 18
56
Apr.
8
794 Feb.
6
34

Mar.

7

Apr.
5
Mar. 6
Apr.
4
Apr. 11
40
Apr. 15
2094 Jan.
5
694
1194
1794
1594

76c

Feb.

8

44

Feb.

19
3

Jan.

6
12* Jan.
694 Feb. 19

1.15 Feb. 13
Mar. 27
4

894 Apr. 18
2
394 Apr.
1694 Feb. 28
Feb.
8
Oct. 18
44
Apr.
6
Jan.
3
35
9
Apr. 22
4194 Apr. 15
5
Apr. 12
30c
Feb. 20
1.30 Apr. 17
994 Jan. 19
Feb. 29
106
1994 Apr. 23
1294 Apr. 11

4?

494 May 17
11

Apr. 13

1094 Mar. 28

2.25 Nov.
15
June
14
June

4
28

794 June
1994 June
7c
Oct.

Jan.

3

May

7

11

394 June 29

2894 Jan

3

Jan. 19
2794 Oct. 18
28c
Feb. 19

594 Apr.

8

AGGREGATE
SALES

63

STOCK EXCHANGE

SAN FRANCISCO

Dec., 1940]

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

SAN FRANCISCO
STOCK EXCHANGE

1

Prices

Since

January 2

STOCKS

Jan. 1

Nov. 1

1940

Shares

4.199
22,699
1,816
8,177
10,495
2,370
37,030
110,759
96,342
36,293
36,539
3,415
18,468
20,535
4,373
2,092
1,136
15,371
1,400
2,355
2,755
2,673
64,141
21,917
4,691
62,687
27,205
11,262

21 J4

*

Class B

6

41

Sale

30 54
37

4y
18

108

Nov. 29

5

Nov. 18

9

Nov. 19
Nov. 14

534 May
May
3 34 May

Nov.

4

113

153)4 Nov.

8

142

41

Nov.

Nov.

Nov.

10734 Nov.

Nov.

J*

17)4 Nov.

124

Nov.

150)4 Nov.

104

8

2

37

120

8)4
39)4

Nov.

3034 Nov.

34

95c

1734 Nov.

Nov.

29)4 Nov. 4
8
3434 Nov.
31)4 Nov. 14

4
121

7

May
2534 June
28 X May
25)4 May
34
May
100
May
3)4 May
16
May

1.4

1.35 Nov.
27
Nov.

10634 Nov.

17 %

152 y8 155

1
1

39 X

32
38 54
90c

40 %
1.25

1.00
Sale

16)4

37 34 Nov.

28

4

90c

17

17 34

15)4 Nov.

29)4

27

27)4

27 y

1.85

1.40
27

33

13 y

14

34
Sale
8

754

9%

J*

20

9)4

1.25

65c
15

106

108

Sale

4%

AH

5

1.75 Nov. 14

8

Nov.
Nov.

15)4 Nov. 9
9 )4 Nov. 29

Nov.

22c

25c

43 y
2.10

42)4

6

10)4

101

1.50

106
*

3)4
27)4

25
22 54

Sperry Corp common vtc
1
4,997 Spring Valley Co Ltd capital..*
158,014 Stand Oil Co of Calif capital. . *
12,245 Super Mold Corp of Cal cap 10
25,131 Texas Consol Oil Co com—--1

Sale

~42

103
34 %

1.50

2.10

5)4
9%

534

106
1.50
25
22

100
34

9

Sale

18 54

Sale

M

21

18)4

19

1.50 Nov, 28
5y Nov, 27
7
10
Nov

9

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Sale

22)4

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9

Sale
4

14
9

Sale

15)5
8)4
8

3VS
14

834
2234

120

95

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290

9

2

May

lc

Nov.

7

10
lc

Nov. 12
Nov.
7

SS**
42

Nov.

5

May

5

9

Jan.

12

45 y Apr.
6
Jan.

16

6c

Nov.

1

May

Oct. 10
Oct. 26
15)4 Jan^. 3

40X Sept. 20
June 12

12

5)4 Nov.
17)4 Nov.

20

Nov. 14

1634 Oct.

21

Nov.

21

Nov.

20

Nov.
Nov.

12c

Nov.

6

5c

Feb.

5

<t0c

JNOV.

2

40c

Oct.

60c

Feb.

16

10

Nov. 19

9

June

12

6

94

Nov. 14

80

June

96

May
May

414
17 M

May
July

6)4 Mar. 14
3
1834 Oct.

934 Nov.
94

Nov.

534 Nov.

4)4 Nov.

8c

Nov.

7

4

8
4

Nov. 14

9

Nov.

1

Nov. 14

2 290

Jan.

15c

Oct.
May
6y Sept.
12V4 May
6)4 Aug.
4 34 Jan.
3
Jan.
8
May
7
Aug.
20
Oct.
'97
May
265
June

10*

Jan

10

18
6

5
Apr.
23 y Apr. 15
3
15)4 Jan.
14
Apr. 16
Nov. 14

-

Nov.

Nov. 14

23 y Nov. 26

Nov.

20c

12

Nov.

9)4 Nov. 14

834 Nov.

Nov.

Nov.

15

Nov.

13 34 Nov.

4
26 X Jan.
33 y Feb. 27

Sept.
July

4c

Nov.

18)4
834
9y
434

Nov.

22

Nov.

14
8

1234 Nov.
7 34 Nov.
1834 Nov.

280

295

Mar. 20

35

120
289

4

12 34 May
3
10754 Feb 21
1.50 May 24

34)4 Nov.

34)4 Nov. 4
8)4 Nov. 28

8)4 Nov.

4%
15)4
8)4
23)4

9

101

7c

13)4
8)4
1654
834

Nov.

1.90 Mar. 10
4
6X Jan.

June

1854

Sale

if
7)4
9)4

Sale

Apr* 24

52)4 Apr.

May
May

5c

8

7
27c

Nov.

6

40c

13)4

i% Jan. 25
Feb. 29
im Mar. 30

8

9)„
97)4

8

6

Nov.

10c

8c

2.75 Feb.

38 y Jan. 18
3
1934 Jan.
Nov. 29

Nov.

60c

1234 Sale

3
9

Nov. 29

954
94 X
4%
1754

94

7

2934 May
37)4 May

25

2c

5)4 Sale
18 %

9

26

40c

18

12

Nov. 28 101

Nov. 29
1
22)4 Nov.

10c

90

Jan.

26

42)4
6

Nov.
8
Jan. 10
Jan.
3
Jan. 30
Feb. 20
Jan.
2
Mar.
7

734 Apr.

100

27)4
23)4
101

60c

9%

5)4 Nov. 27
1034 Nov. 9

Apr. 16

9
4)4 Nov. 23

39 X May
1.50 May

1.50 Nov. 28

Nov. 14
Jan. 15

29)4 May

June

3c

954

21c

4

10)4

30c

276 ^

Nov.

Apr. 26
May
1

24 y Mar.

1.65 Oct.

109

lc

40)4

5)4

28

5

27c

Nov.

7

Jan. 25
54
39
Feb.
2
1.35 Jan.
2

4)4 May
May
May

Sale

7c
44

21c

9

8

Feb.

43 34 Feb. 23
20102 X Nov. 22

31X Sept.
12 X May
5)4 May
75c
May
12)4 June
100
Aug.
334 May

45

5)4
10)4

...

Nov. 15
Nov.
9

105

4)4 Nov.

22c

1.50

20c

18 y Nov. 13
Nov. 26

28

Nov.

18

19c

Sale

4

85c

18

41

16X

Nov.

1.65 Nov.
14

14 X

12c

4)4 Nov. 23
20

Nov.

104

1.75

65c
104

July

Feb.

May

8

2954 June
90c
Sept.
12)4 Jan.
1.50 Apr.
11
July
14
May
24 y May

2

17 y Nov. 13

16)4 Nov.
3 % Nov.

1634
i

16%

*
4,975 Thomas Allec Corp class A
16,253 Tide W ater Assoc Oil Co com -10
395
4)4 % preferred
100
344,642 Transamerica Corp capital—2
1,033 Transcontinental & West Air.5

1.00 Nov.

Nov.

16

3 34

<?\y*
Sale

June

96

38 y Nov.

7
102)4 Nov. 22 102)4 Nov. 22

3
17

3

19

June
June 17 154

5X Aug. 17

40

39

90c

23 y
5 34
5)4
22
9)4
21 15)4
25
554
22' 1.50
10 3434
22 3454
21 31X
21
50
21 10834
21
5)4
21
21X
10 138)4

39X Sept.

35
37

1.35

34
8

iiH
sF

Nov. 14

Sept. 24
Apr. 22
8

100

Feb.

301

Apr.

8

22 y

May

9

Steel of Calif

common
20,587
2,794 Yellow Checker Cab

ser

Series 2

210

Sale

118

Sou Cal Gas Pfd 6% cum A..25
Sou Pacific Co com (cap'l).lOO
Sou Pac. Golden Gate cl A—*

5,892 Yosemite Port!

%
31)4

Sale

101

Pipe &

34

154

—100

Western

16)4

1.40

50

preferred—.—100

82 Weill & Co com
100
740 Wells Fargo Bk & Un Tr cap 100

16 X May 24
3
May 22
4 34 June 29

1

5

10

40)4

137,402 Ryan Aeronaut Co com cap— J
4,300 San Mauricio Mining 10 Pesos
6,636 Safeway Stores Inc common— *
3,419 Schlesinger (B F) com..
*
Preferred
.......—25
4,780
*
11,461 Shell Union Oil Corp com
40
5)4 % cum conv pref...--100
140 Sherwood Swan Co Ltd cl A.10
5,784 Signal Oil & Gas Co class A..*
127,764 Soundview Pulp Co
5

Tread well Yukon Corp Ltd—
Common capital
215,778
1
73,416 Union Oil Co of Calif cap.. .25
Union Sugar Co common..—25
17,01
5
20,850 United Air Lines Trans
—10
17,544 Universal Cons Oil
41,296 Vega Airplane Co
1)4
14,323 Victor Equipment Co com-.-l
Conv cum pref
10,737
—5
9,410 Vultee Aircraft Inc capital—1
2,400 Waialua Agricultural Co
20

107
4

6)4
5)4
36 X
38*4 37
103
100
100

14 9^

Preferred

7

5)4 Nov.

Sale

149

25,217 Rheem Mfg Co
1
*
70,315 Richfield Oil Co common
Com stock purch warrants..
1,552
2,953 Roos Bros Inc common....-.1

1,655
6,577
105,891
1.200
5,663

21)4 Nov.

53

Nov. 18

734 Nov.

121

1.60
27

Series A

21X Nov. 7
4 54 Nov. 28

9

6

34

Sale

Highest
Sale Prices

14

1.35

4)4

Lowest
Sale Prices

5

4

27 H

17)4

Highest
Sale Prices

5)4

8)4

Sale

107 34

23)4
Sale

12

Sale

preferred...-.25

571

5

31

1
Republic Petroleum Corp
Preferred
.........50

156

Ask

5

Sale

26 54

Cumulative

21)4

Sale

*
100

Philippine Long Distance
Tel Co capital
.100 Pesos
Phillips Petroleum Co cap
*
Pig'n Whistle Corp partic pf.*
Puget Sound Pulp & Tim_.—*
Ry Eq & Realty Co Ltd com— ♦
6% preferred....100
Rayonfer Inc common..-.---1

8

14)4

1.35

-100
capital—10

Paraffine Cos, Inc, com..
4% cum conv pref

5)4

1%
1334
434

... —

6% preferred

Sale

5

Sug Plant Co cap.. 15
Pacific-Amer Fisheries Inc—5
Pacific Can Co
*
Pacific Clay Prod capital —
Pac Coast Aggregates com—5
Pacific Gas & Elec Co com—25
6% 1st preferred
25
5)4 % 1st preferred
25
Pacific Lighting Corp com—*
$5 dividend pref
*
Pac Pub Serv com
*
First preferred......
....*
Pac Tel & Tel Co common..100
Paauhau

Pacific Western Oil

Sale

4X

Oliver United Filters Inc A—*•

Lowest

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

Bid

Par

~Cem

10
1..50
50

Co pf—10

17

17 X

19
16

21)4
21)4
3)4

20)4

21

20

2.90

1934

19 34 Nov. 29
20 y Nov.
1
21
Nov. 18

21

Sale

21

23

24

21

23

20

1.70

1.50

1.50

21 y Nov.
8
21
Nov. 14

15

15

22

Feb.

5

Nov. 18

17

21
Oct.
2.90 Jan.

2
15

Jan.

29

21

1.60

June

10

May 18
May 15
1.45 July 16

UNLISTED STOCKS
182 American Factors Ltd cap

24

18

3,511 Amer Rad & Stand San com..*
25,639 Amer Tel & Tel Co com....100
311,488 Am Toll Bridge (Del) com..
1
100 Amer Woolen Co

25

40

734
7)4:
734
7)4
164)4 166)4 165)4 167)4
1.09 Sale

38c

39c

734 Nov. 25

734 Nov. 25

22,752 Anaconda Cop Mg Co com..50
16,256 Anglo Nat Corp cl A com.....*
11,740 Argonaut Mg Co Ltd capital—5

2534

Sale

3 54 Sale
2.30 Sale

515 Ark Nat Gas class A common.*

Nov.

4

1.10 Nov.

2

28)4

2.25

2.90

4

24 X Nov.
3 34 Nov.

7
2

29

2.25 Nov.

2

1754
754
Sale

234

3

4

4)4
34

33

1.35 Sale

35c
8

634
434
334
334
3134

18

18

I"
4

4)4

5

Nov. 12
Nov.

1

3 )4 Nov. 28
4 y Nov. 13

1.20

32 34
1.25

12 34

1334

12 54 Nov.

92

90

9)4 Mar.

5)4 Nov. 12
4

Nov. 23

4 y Nov. 13

1.50 Nov.

1

14 X Nov.

7

Nov. 25

9134 Nov.

7

14

30

Mar. 21

zk
k

9
Aug. 28
Apr.
Jan.

&

3

Jan.

2

9

Apr.

Sept.
May

6)4 Oct.
4
Aug.
2 X Aug.

3

Mar. 20

Apr.
454 Apr.
Apr.

3)4 June
26 y May

75c

5

Oct.

1.50 May

18 X Nov. 25

7

174)4 Apr.

1854 Aug.
3)4 Sept.

9

4

1.15 Nov. 19

4534 Apr. 30
5
4X Apr.

Mar.

Nov.

2

17

29

Aug.
Oct.
Apr.
July
June
Nov.

34 "Nov. 14
Nov.
1

3

3 34

234

liH

100
....5

com..

28,202 Aviation Corp (Del) com.....3
12,909 Aviation & Trans Corp cap—1
1,821 B & O RR common
100
11,225 Bendix Aviation Corp com—.5
54,282 t Blair & Co Inc capital.....1

27X
334

24 X
3434
4)4
5)4

149
35c

*

common

8,709 Atch Top & S Fe Rlt
4,870'Atlas Corp common

20

39)4

20

950 Amer-Hawaiian SS Co com.. 10
*
100 Amer Pow & Lt Co common

Apr.

15
4
15

Jan.

5

1454 Jan.

4

2

June

16

Bunker Hill &. Sullivan Mg

& Con Co common......2X

20,455

Calif-Oregon

13 34

14)4

12)4

Sale

9)4 May 24

Power—

69
6 % pref (non-callable)... 100
625
6% pref (1927 series)
100
100 Calif Pacific Trad Corp pref— *
900 Canadian Pacific Ry com—25
100 Chesapeake & Ohio RR com.25

6,262 Cities Service Co
...—10
7,600 Claude Neon Lts Inc com
1
1,341 Coen Cos, Inc, class A conv..*

454

92

88
1.00

88

5)4

3)4
3 34

3 34

90

1.00

3)4

76
70

May 20
May 22

2

90

88

82

82

Mar. 20

3 y Oct.

11

33 X May 31

% 4i«
X
34

2c

10c

634
34

6)4
X

40c

10c

5)4
X
10c

6

634 Nov.

4

6 y Nov.

4
34 Nov. 15

Nov. 20

H

4X Feb.
6
X June 10
Jan. 18

10c

40c

85

Apr. 29
9134 Nov. 7
Mar. 20

2

3)4 Oct. 11
33)4 May 31
6 34 May

2

34 Mar. 11
Apr. 19

50c

Columbia River Packers

1,896 Goodrich (B F) Co common..*
2,230 Hawaiian Sugar Co capital..20
510 Hobbs Battery Co cl A capital *
350 Hobbs Battery cl B cap
*
551 Honokaa Sugar Co capital...20
Idaho Maryland Mines Corp—
74,335
Capital
.........1
*
6,133 Internat Nickel of Can Ltd
7,910 Internat Tel & Tel common..*
8,728 Kennecott Copper Corp com.*

26)4

25c

6)4
my
3434
22

37ft
48
37)4

4)4

20

11c
4

8% Preferred
...10
Montgomery Ward & Co,
Inc, common
—...*
14,846

8

No par value.




55 X
4)4

654

t Formerly Bancamerica Blair.Corp.

Sale
38)4
Sale

3234
14
25

Sale

534
25y

48

2.00
1.00
5

6

5
12c

4)4
854
Sale

454
Sale

5

10

If

21 i
63

Sale

31)4

Nov. 29

24

Nov. 14

6)4 Nov. 14
10 y Nov.
9
31)4 Nov. 18

Nov.

28

6

Nov.

1

Nov. 19

434

5)4 Nov.

6

6)4 Nov.

WA
2534

36

Nov."

Nov."!

25

Nov.22

22

50c
5

5)4
2334
15

2434

35

34

35 y

35

Nov.

8

22

24

22

IV*
26

24 y

Nov.

1

27

7c

Nov.

1

26)4
2)4

Sale
7c
2.60
2.50

8y

9

38)4
39)4
3)4 Sale
5)4
6

t Odd lots.

8

2.00

10c

3334~Nov.~23

34

2

1

25)4
2.50

334
7c

2.50
8

2

5)4 Noy. 20
24)4 Nov. 28
1)4 Nov. 13

Nov. 7
Nov. 28

Apr. 10

Nov. 13

Nov.

6

Nov. 15

3

4)4
8c

8c

Nov.

29
Nov. 2
5
8)4 Jan.
10554 Sept. 23

37)4 Sale
37)4 Nov. 25
334
4
3)4 Nov. 1
5)4'

7

41

40!

Nov.

4;

Nov.

Jan.

4

4
2054 Apr.
25
Aug. 21

Oct.
1.00 May
25c
Jan.
3y Sept.
19

1.10 Mar. 19
Jan. 18

25c

6)4 Apr. 30
7
Apr.
9
4
6 38)4 Jan.
454 Apr.
5
28
Nov. 15
16 37

5

14
21
23

12
16
y July 24
7)4 Sept.14
2

434
8y

8

Jan.

40c

Sept.

June
20)4 June
1 )4 Nov.
2454 July
19
June
22
May
2.85 Sept.
4 y June
6c
May

Mar. 25
5

1154 Mar.
36

2834 June
17
Apr.

5

-

3254 Feb.

Apr.
5)4 Nov.

105

50c
2.00

8

Mar.

2134 Nov.
554 Oct.
6 34 July
25
May
25c

634
24)4
2)4
37

24 y Sale
2.50
3
5y
5)4

35

4)4
104)4

14)4

2.50

6

31

3534

10c

99 Monolith Portl Cement com..*

*

Sale

50c

6)4

8

2134
534
9)4
25c

13)4

320 McBryde Sugar Co Ltd cap
5
3,430 McKesson & Bobbins Inc com 5

68,887 Mountain City Cop Co cap..5c
5
6,284 Nash-Kelvinator Corp cap

6)4
Sale
Sale

834
2854

24)4

611

27)4

534

864 Marine Bancorporation cap..*
—*
29,882 Matson Nav Co capital

100,850 M J & M & M Consol capital. 1

9

8

2,630
Assn Inc common—...—*
10,268 Consol Edison Co N Y com—*
7,239iConsol Oil Corp common
*
76,664 Curtiss-Wright Corp com....1
8,041 Domlnguez Oil Fields cap——*
1,131 Dumbarton Bridge Co com..10
7,404 Elec Bond & Share Co com.. -5
90 Fibreboard Prod.Inc. pr pf_100
20,934 General Electric Co com.....*

37)4 Nov. 25
2)4 May 21
4)4 June
4

25 y Feb.

17

35
5

May
9
May 20
1
854 Apr.

12c
4

Jan.

4

Feb. 23

9)4 Mar.
55 X Jan.
454 Apr.

7)4 Feb.

8

2
10
15

SAN FRANCISCO STOCK EXCHANGE

64
aggregate
sales

SAN FRANCISCO
STOCK EXCHANGE

In

November

Jan. 1

Shares

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Shares

704

Nat Distillers Products com.
Nor Amer Aviation Inc cap
1
North Amer Co common.... 10

1,378 Pacific Port! Cement

497

298

50

com

6*4% preferred

—10
i00

Bid

24
25 54

22 54
21
5
20
1.15
41

13,719 Packard Motor Car Co com..*

170

3

455 Park Utah Cons Mines com..l

1*4

7,975 Pennsylvania RR capital
50
1,173 Pioneer Mill Co Ltd capital.20

"""683
"

23)4

1,645
120

3,786 Riverside Cement (Del) A
*
108 Santa Cruz Port Cement com 50
11,461 Schumacher Wall Board com.*
4,281
Preferred
*
3,422 Shasta Water Co common
*
43,011 Sou Calif Edison common
25
17,136
C 5*4% preferred
25
11,858
B 6% preferred
25
270 Sou Calif Gas 6% pref..
.25

332

...

570
3,050
2,012

1,177
100

Bid

Ask

24*4
26*5
23*5
24

14*5

6*5
25
1.90

17H

Sale

10 54

13

29*5 Sale

m

m

14*5
3*5

16

21

3*5
1*5
21*5
7
4*5
3*5

Sale

9
7*5
5*5 Sale
3
3*5
15
25
7*5 Sale
29
28*5
8
8M
28*5 Sale
30*5 Sale
29*5
29*5
34*5
34*5

4*5

32*5

23*5
18*5
16*5

17
1.15
40

2.00
45

24*5

28

22

16

18*5

IS

Sale

22*5
17*5

Ask

15
4

1.00
39

47*5
3*5
2*5

554 Sale
4A

24

21*5
Sale
Sale

18
21

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

20*5

14

11

1§,600 Radio Corp of Amer com.....*

"2^055

Nov. 1

1940
Par

Oahu Sugar Co Ltd capital..20
848 Oiaa Sugar Oo Ltd capital..20
312 Onomea Sugar Oo capital...20

10
45

1

Jan. 2

STOCKS

3,448
15,139
5,372
§95

175

1,020

range since jan.

Price

Since

15
7

18

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

21
15

Lowest

1

18*5 Nov.
21*5 Nov.

9
4

6

15

Nov.

6

1

4

45

18*5 Nov. 8
1.05 Nov. 23
40*5 Nov. 23

40*5 Nov. 23

3*5
2*5
22*5

23*5 Nov. 20

25*5 Nov. 15

4*5 Nov. 29
3*5 Nov. 9

5*5 Nov. 12
3*5 Nov. 9

1.50

1815

Nov. 27

9

5*5

A4
26
7*5
29

28*5
7*5
26*5
29*5
29*5
34*5

8*5
26*5
30*5
29*5
35

1455
18*5
14*5
3*5

May
Sept.
Sept.
July
17*5 Oct.
1
Aug.
39
July
3
May
2*5 Apr.
16*5 June
7*5 June
4*5 May
2.75 Aug.
10

7*5 Nov. 1
28*5 Nov. 27
8

Nov.

8*5
29*5
8*5
28*5

Nov.

1

29*5 Nov.
34*5 Nov.

7
4

26

26*5
23*5
23 *5
6*5
25

14
16
27
6
22
21
26
10
15
10
3
24
20

-

?
j
j,

2*

41*5 Jan.
4
4*1 Mar. 11
2*5 Apr. 16
25*5 Nov. 15
Jan.

12

3

7*5 Apr.
3
4*5 Apr.
9
20
June 11
8*5 Nov. 9
29*5 Oct. 28
12*5 Jan.
6
30*5 May
3
31
Nov.
1
29*5 Nov. 7
3455 Feb. 17

18*5 June 10
7
May
24
May
26*5 May
25
May
31
May

Apr.
Feb.
Jan.
Mar.
Feb.

Jan. 16
1.50 Mar.
1

June 27
June 10

3

Nov. 9
Nov. 7
Nov. 28
Nov.
1

31

4

26*5 Nov. 27
30*5 Nov. 29
2§55 Nov. 4
34*5 Nov. 4

Highest
Sale Prices

Sale Prices
19
June 26

21
22
21
21
16

Sou Pacific Golden Gate Go—*-

1,515

6% preferred

13,§66 Standard Brands Inc

261
300
615

com..

300 Standard Oil Co (N J)

35,970 Studebaker Corp
100
76

100
*

cap

25

common

6
44

1

Sunset-McKee Balesbook Oo—
Class A common.
*
Class B common
*

lc.

15c.

lc.

6*5

7

6*5

7

9*5

8*5

1.00

9*5

Sale

If*:::::

6

7*5

1
Aug. 28 1.10 Mar.
7*5 Apr.
6
May 22
Nov. 13
37*5 Nov. 14
5*5 May 22 12*5 Feb. 15
5

Nov."

36

27

18

5c

15c.

4*5*

65c

8*5

37 *5 "Nov."

13

8*5 Nov.

§*5

1

14

36

Nov. 14

20*5 July 29
9
May
8

12

21*5 Feb.
9
May

31

18*5

44

5
8

Superior Portland Cement—
,._*
*

85 Taylor Milling Corp com
4,391 Texas Corp common

335

*
25

200 Texas Gulf Sulphur common.
137 Title Guaranty Co cum pref.

50

10,886
3,606
52,380
57,287
9,520

865
563

24,600
11,946
400

United Aircraft Corp cap
United Corp of Del common.

11

45

32*5

*

15*5
47

2*5

2*5

1.10

1.20

5

com

1
1

25c
14c
1.55

38*5

38*5 Nov.

17*5

19
43*5

18*5
43*5
1*5
72c
66*5
1*5

73c

66*5 Sale
1*5

5*0*
4H

37*5

20
42*5
2*5

39*5 Nov. 15

38*5 Nov.

8

8

Mar

70

75c
Sale

1*5

1.00

1*5

25c

1.00

43*5

J4
75c

68*5
1*5
30c

A4

80c

Sale

1*5

Nov. 27
Nov. 29
Nov. 6
Nov.

85c

.

6

34*5 Jan.

May

20

June

1*5 May
May
42*5 May
1
May

9
6

50c
2

"3 *5 "Nov .23 "3 *5 "Nov."23

Feb.

50c

May

4

1.00

25

Jan.

i6
*5

51*5 Apr.
2*5 Apr.
1.15 Jan.
76*5 Nov.
1*5 Apr.

55c

Nov. 14

76*5 Nov.
1*5 Nov.

Nov. 27
Nov. 2

Jan.

17
39

18*5 Nov 27
46*5 Nov. 13
1*5 Nov. 6

5

13*5 Jan. 12
7 h Aug.
7
46*5 May 10

8

34

*

25
5

37*5

May
May
7*5 Aug.
35*$ Aug.

13

17*5
41*5
2*5

48

.

41*5

10

36*5

34
20

5

39

13

9

46

*

39*5 Nov. 15

39*5

38*5

15*5
9*5

.

100

com

21,131 Westate Petroleum Co
Preferred
33,722

43

_

*
Utah-Idaho Sugar Oo com...5

754 Western Pacific RR

154

1,075
3,907

40*5
11*5
8*5

.1

U S Petroleum Co capital
U S Steel Corp common

208 Vica Oo common
3,770 Warner Bros Pictures com
1,842 West Coast Life Ins Co cap

"""255

x

Class A preferred....
Otass B common

366
438

45

Jan.

4
4

i9

i8
i6

Feb.

50c
15c

5c

10c

10c

12c

10c

Nov.

4

12c

Nov. 15

20c
8c

Mar.

§c

4*5 Feb. *9
9*5 Apr. 3n
48c
May 2q

Aug.

16c

Sale

82c

85c

80c

90c

80c

Nov.

4

90c

Nov. 14

75c

June

3*5
4*5

3

'6*5 ~~7~~
50c

3*5

6*5
lc

7

6*5 Nov. 18

6*5 Nov. 18

50c

Jan.

in

1.55 Jan,

»

Name changed from Italo Petroleum Corp. of America.

Los

Angeles Stock Exch.
MONTHLY AND

YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF PRICES ON THE LOS ANGELES STOCK EXCHANGE
Stock Sales

1940

November-.

Shares.

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

Bond Sales

1939

290,581
4,133,920

1939

1940

November

369,871
4,364,769

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30.

AQQREQATE
SALES

LOS ANGELES
STOCK EXCHANGE

In

November

Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

5,145

STOCKS

255

190

""250
5,264

1,070
1,750

10,000

135
345
744
100

707

1,155
5,967
6,800
240

""619
1,452

2",500
39

616 Barker Bros common—
989
5*4% preferred

290

T,361
100

""427
1,303
400

"l05
157

669

"12,950
1,865

2,257
650

19,881

"T.665
1,400
2,500

Bid

12 Ac 50c

4*4 Sale

*

-

50

_

♦

Buckeye Union Oil Co

com

1

Common vot trust ctfs
Preferred

1

Preferred vtc

1

l

Byron Jackson Co
*
California Packing Corp-*
Central Investment Corp—100
849 Chapman's Ice Cream Co
*
10,884 Chrysler Corp
5
12,836 Consolidated Oil Corp
*

29,181 Consolidated Steel com-—
*
Preferred*
37,842
8,417 Creameries of America v t c—1
959 District Bond Co
125
4,740 Douglas Aircraft Corp
18,813 Electrical Products Corp
4
9,246 Emsco Derr & Equip Co
5
36,480 Exeter Oil Co A
1
-

388 Farmers & Merch Nat Bk—100
4,929 Fitzsimmons Stores Ltd
1

36,511 General Motors Corp

For footnotes

10
lc
lc
lc
lc
15

24*4

com

Holly Development Co

„»
*
*

---1

52k

70c

75c

5*4

9
lc

"~4c"

2c

2*4

l

12c

5
Mt Diablo Oil Ming & Dev. —1
Nordon Corp,—1

lc
45c

page




65*

4c

Nov.

7

1.45 Nov.

7
1

154 Nov. 14
60c

"6*4

Nov.

6

1 *4 Nov. 23
254 Nov. 4

60c

Nov.

1*

6*4 Nov. 23
lc

lc

Nov.

lc

2c

84*4

10*?

Sale
43c

392

34

5*4
9*4
2454
39
75c

2

9

85c

1

Sale

14 54

Sale

16

954

6

8

20c

27c

SS

""854
1*4

o?*

51*4 Sale
6*4
554
30
5

34

5*4
154 Sale

1754
30
55c

9*4
6
20c

6
1*4

5*4
*4
654
5

31*4

10*4
8*4
9c

Sale

4*4
42c
Sale
30c
4c

52 Ac
6c

4*4

23c

8454 Nov. 8
9*4 Nov. 27

87*4 Nov. 6
§*4 Nov. 20

8454 Nov. 8
8*4 May 29
7*4 May 28

20c

Nov, 19
21c
Nov.
6 400

Nov. 22
Nov.
6

Nov. 14

7

it*

4

27

Nov.

45c

Nov. 14

4

Jan. 30
June
5

May 21
May 23

5c
Nov.

Nov. 28

6

9

9*4 Jan.

12*4 Nov. 13

July 16
Sept. 18

Jan.

17

Jan.

12

Nov.

6

31*4 Nov.

7

42c

41c

50c

41c

42c

Sale

Nov.

8

19c
5

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

4

8
9

7c
5c
41c

3c

10c

39c

37c

60c

5c

Sale

3c

6c

4

June

A

7

Mar. 14
Jan.

43c

2

Jan.
Apr.

18

Jan.

12

8

254 Nov. 30
2c
40c
4c

Nov. 14
Nov. 9
Nov. 4

3
2c
41c
5c

Nov. 14
Nov.
9
Nov.

1

.

7
56

Mar. 13

Apr.
654 Apr.
32*4 Apr.
654 Apr.
Aug.

9
8
2
6
7

Mar.
Jan.

5
3

if

it*

Apr. 12

80c

Jan.

8

a.

2c

15c

7c

June

A*4 Sept. 14
50c

10c
2c

29*4 Nov. 27
5
Nov. 4

5

7

10

May 22 405
May 31 10

a.

454 Nov. 19'
454 Nov. 19
54 62*4c Nov. 18 62*4c Nov. 18

22
3

4*4

254

Jan.

88*4 Apr. 30

Nov. 19

Aug. 31
3*4 May 22
154 Oct. 29

31
60c

17c

2c

4*1

7
1

3054
6*4

50c

4

18*4 Nov.

18*4 Nov.
30*4 Nov.
60c

5*4 Nov.
154 Nov.

13c

254 Sale

9

26

7*4 Nov. 9
17*4 Nov. 18
6
Apr.
8

10

7
6*4 June
38 54 May 24

54*4 Nov. 9
5*4 Nov. 14

30*4

21c

June

20c
375
7

4*4

12*4

8

17

354 May 21
7
May 21
4

Jan.
Jan.
Mar.

a

30*4 Sale
4*4
5*4

19c

Oct.

Aug. 12
Apr. 27
Apr. 22

3
12
Mar. 21
Jan. 16
3
90*4 Jan.

16

5 54 Nov.
14*4 Nov.
5*4 Nov.

4*4 Nov. 27
154 Nov. 1

60c
2

II*"

Jan.

It4

26

5754 May 22

5
2

2c

9

30

50c

1254
654

Jan.

Nov.
4
Nov. 12
Nov.
9
Nov. 18
Nov.
7

Nov.

49*4 Nov. 20
5*4 Nov. 14

60c

kH

3c

10*4 May 31
1554 May 24
8*4 May 22

8

r

30

5c

2c

83*4
6*4
7*4
17*4
554

6

50
6
35

29*4

10c

2c

Apr. 22

Nov. 27

83*4 Nov.

400

18*4
31*4

2c

12""

Sale

9*4
17*4

4

Nov.

7
6

654 June

IS
i?S

4*4

So*

6

80

400

385

6*4

5*4
7
79

Sale

1

Nov.

I

a.

Nov.
Jan.

2c

al4

6

19
19
May 15

254 Nov. 4'
1
Apr.
8
6*4 Nov. 23

lc

a2054 Nov. 18
10*4 Nov. 16

Mar.

Apr.
Apr.
Feb.

3

lc

Nov.
7
Nov. 26

7c

12*4 al254 Nov.
al8*4 Nov.
10*4
9*4 Nov.
1.10

45c
6c

3c

20

5*4
6*4

4*4 Jan.
3
7*4 No^. 14
30
12c

Aug. 16

a.

76*4
77*4
554
6*4
554 Sale

6

24

50c
Feb. 24
3 54 June
3

6

Nov.

75c

4

25c

Nov.

7*4 Nov. 14

lc

25*4

8

40c

1*4
2

7

25c

July

254 May 21
6*4 Oct.
2
22*4 May 20
10c
Apr. 29
25c
Apr. 15
6c
May 15
1* May 15

Nov. 19

5*4 Nov. 13

12

554

7c
32

50c
5c

Nov.

;

3c

19

7c

see

7c

"90*4

954
7*4

9

30

3

lc

12*4

15c

Mid-Western Oil Co

5*4

20

2c

1

"154
A6/s
60c

19

5*4

5*4

254 Nov.

12c

11*4

75c
10c

l

10c

12*4c

2c
16

10c

1

854
30*4

Nov. 27

254 Nov. 27
7*4 Nov. 13
28*4 Nov. 1

8c

89*4
9*4

70c

754
29*4

2c

1
•

354 May 29

8c

83*4

23 54
37*4

2

2c

84

5*4

2

2c

Sale

30

2

3*

3c

9

11

1*4

""254

9

"3c"

85c
83

40c
380
10

Highest
Sale Prices

lc

10

10

Lowest
Sale Prices

3c

50c

Menasco Mfg Co.,
Merchants Petroleum Co

6

Highest
Sale Prices

lc

Hupp Motor Car Co.
lntercoast Pet Corp-Co

Sale

Lowest
Sale Prices

6c

Jade Oil Co

Lane-Wells

37J4c
Sale

2 *4

554

—

15c

Tf "1.45

*

Gladding McBean & Co—
-*
Globe Grain & Milling Co .25

Goodyear T & R Akron
Hancock Oil Co A

10c
25c

97*4c 1.75
8954
9054
7*4
754
5*4
554
10*1 1054
5 54
554
6*4

b

Golden State Co

7

18c
37c
12c

8
5o
7

*

Sale^

28*4 Sale

154

100 Langendorf United Bakeries B *
Lincoln Petroleum Corp
10c
Lockheed Aircraft Corp..
_1
Los Ang Investment Co
10
Mascot Oil Co
1

398,698
49,425
25,411
12,125
648,262
4,150
2,000
8,625
26,700

2
1
38c
4 54

6*4

85*

—2.50
—2.50
10

20 Holly Oil Co
Hudson Motor Car Co.—

2,495
1,972
18,700
1,100
5,482

5c
30c

""2*4

28

11*4
2*4

935 General Paint common
205
Preferred

13,123
37,316
1,424
9,141
11,387
22,950

7*|

26*5

Warrants

107,946 t Blue Diamond Corp
2
26,466 Bolsa Chica Oil Corp A
_10
B common
3,568
10
8,731 Broadway Dept Store com---*
2,300
14,200
4,100
4,700
3,150
3,632
3,408

1

Ask

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

2*4 Sale

1

9,409 Barnhart-Morrow Consol.
1
3,235 Berkey & Gay Furniture Co—1

120 Foster & Kleiser Co
480 General Metals Corp

3,010

Ask

1

32,168 Bandini Petroleum Co—

17 2-5 Brock & Co

"l",666

Bid

21,838 Aircraft Accessories Corp A_50c

240

"5",548

Nov. 1

1940
Par

50 Assoc Gas & Electric A..

"l",536

range since jan.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Price
Jan. 2

Since

7c

Jan.

23*4 June 26
May 16

3?c*
1 Vf

June
Jan.

2c

Oct.

38c
3c

10
15

Mar. 29

19

Sept. 13
May 13

6*4 Mar. 11
Apr.
6

"J?

Feb. 14
3c
Mar. 27
12*4 Nov. 13
8*4 Jan. 22
25c
Aug. 22
4154 Apr. 15
6*4 Nov. 7
60c
May
9
454 May
9
Mar. 29
15c
2c
Oct. 19
50c
6c

Jan.
Jan.

9
10

LOB

DEC., 1940]
AGGREGATE
SALES
In
November

Shares
500

500

1,202

310

555
899
76
108
85

325

1,166

T.733
15,757
239

1,659
6,105
140

407
160

""'loo

5,050
775

3,270
15

2,444
1,777
140

690
4.6DU
7,567
800
260
248

9,232
233

11,573
300

"2~, 172
2,541
40

1,200

196

1

370
16,411
7,747
2,930
7,138
12,451
1,279

RANGE SINCE JAN.

1

Price

STOCKS

Nov. 1

1940

Shares

5.300
27.010
5,299
6,100
19,140

65

EXCHANGE

Jan. 2

Jan. 1

187

STOCK

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

LOS ANGELES
STOCK EXCHANGE

Since

2.250

1,571
1,251

ANGELES

Par

Occidental Pet Corp
1
Oceanic Oil Co...—.........1

*

Pacific Clay Products—
Pacific Distillers lnc

8c

18c

6c

16c

6c

16c

43c

48c

35c

Sale

31c

43c

30c

Ask

Bid

5

4%

Ac4
\\*

—-10
com..25

33%

34

33%
3054
35 %

34 %

34

31%
35%
49%

30%
38%
40%

Preferred C
Pacific Gas & Elec Co

6%———25
5%% 1st preferred
-25
Pacific Indemnity Co
10
Pacific lighting Corp com—.*
1st preferred

Pacific Public Service-

-

*
--*
----10

547
1st preferred....
563 Pacific Western Oil

13,486 Puget Sound Pulp & Timb Co.*
27,265 Republic Petr Co Ltd
-1
626
5%% Preferred A..——..50
29,353 Rice Ranch Oil Co_
—1
73,316 Richfield Oil Corp common—♦
4,507
Warrants
27,988 Roberts Public Markets—-- -2
122,776 Ryan Aeronautical Co
1
2,202 Sateway Stores lnc
—*
3,030 Security Co units
1,578 Shell Union Oil Corp
— *
5,000 Sierra Trading Corp
25c
5,234 Signal Oil-Gas A
—*
214
B common—*
-—*
2,000 Signal Petroleum Co of Calif- -1
40,700 Solar Aircraft Co
—1
9,080 Sontag Chain Stores
_*
65,064 So Calif Edison Ltd com
25
1.301
Original preferred
25
33,058
6% preferred
—25
32,577
5%% preferred
—25
1,524 Southern Calif Gas 6% pref-25
12,795
6% Series A pref
25
45,682 Southern Pacific Co
100
74,9U/ Standard Oil of Calif—
*
1,250 Sunray Oil Corp.
-—1
6,893 Superior Oil Co common....2o
5.231 Taylor Milling Corp.—-—--*
128,184 Transamerica Corp
———2
819 Transcontinental &
Sest Air.*
122,243 Union Oil of California.—.-.25
11,831 Universal Cons Oil Co.——.10
1,182 Van de Kamps Bakeries—---*
150,293 Vega Airplane Co
...1.50
13,459 Vultee Aircraft lnc
--1
687 Weber Showcase 6c Fix pref--*
12,545 Wellington Oil Co
-.1
1,077 Western Air Express Corp. ..1
100 Western Pipe & Steel Co.
10
4,864 Yosemite Portl Cement pref 10
_

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5
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12

June 21

10c

May
Mar.
July
May
May
May
May
May
May
Sept.

13% Apr. 16
12% Mar. 15
10
July 11
34% Mar. 27
34% Nov.
6
31 % Jan.
8

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31
25

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29
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40

1% Nov. 18

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6

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2

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20% Feb. 19

30

28% May 11
5
2% Jan.
9
40% Apr.
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May 11
9% Nov. 29

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May 21
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Nov.
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Nov.

Highest
Sale Prices

Sale Prices
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Feb. 28
27c
Oct. 24

10

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34%
31%

23

30%
29%
33%

2

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9

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Lowest

Nov. 30

Sale Prices
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Nov. 12

Pac Finance Corp common. .10
Preferred A—
—10

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Ask Bid

Bid

Oct.

Jan.

19

Jan.

11

10% Oct.

9

1

7

Apr. 24

8
52% Apr.
4
33% May
24
9% Oct.

3c

31

Jan.

9

Mar. 21

24% Jan.

25

Oct.

18

10c

18

4% Apr. 15
8
7
Apr.
30% Apr. 15

2% May 14
4% May 28
23% May 28
38% May 27
27% May 22
24% May 21
34% Jan. 16
30
May 20
7
May 21
16% Nov. 11
1% Oct.
7
21
May 28
7% June 4
4% May 24
17% Aug. 30
12
May 21
6% Aug. 19
7% June 21
4% Jan. 15
6% July 12
4% Aug.
5
1% Sept. 6
4% Aug. 30
18
Apr. 30
1% Oct. 14

48

Nov.

1

31% Nov.

7

29% Jan.

4
8

35%
34%
15%
26%
1%

Nov.
Oct. 31
3
Jan.
9
Jan.
Apr. 19

36

Jan.

11

Nov. 29
Mar. 14

7
18

20

Sept. 6
17% Jan.
8
15% Jan.
3
9% Mar. 27
14
Apr. 16
9% Sept. 23
Feb.

20

3% Jan.

22

6

7
18
3

Mar. 28

Apr. 30
Feb.

2

MINING STOCKS—
415

3,000
18,000
1,000
400

1,000

1,979
124,900
118,500
11,000
7,285
6,000
2,100
24,534

Alaska Juneau Gold M Co-.10
Black Mammoth Cons M ColOc
Calumet Gold Mines Co... 10c

Cardinal Gold Mining C0....I
Cons Chollar G 6c S Co
1

Imperial Development Co..25c
Prince Cons Mining Co
10c
Zenda Gold Mining Co.—-25c
UNLISTED STOCKS—

383
479

1,335
6,744
780

1,325
129

661
100

1,395
215
462

1,223
724
94
1

340
28

1,323
290

1,705
485

195

3,304
165
200
285

2,385
646
270

950
397

149

1,013
567
646

2,000
105

2,690
3,200
1,057
889

1,210
921
571
230

1,232
8,606
65
603

9,920
265

697
434

116

773
33

745
329

95
957
368
357
370
702

4.110
725
342
320

12 %c 15c

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5c
10c
2%
2%
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28c
38c

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4,623 Amer Rad 6c Stand San.——.*
3,682 Am Smelting 6c Refg Co..—.*
17,615 American Tel & Tel Co
100
25,814 Anaconda Copper Mining—50

5,873
10,509
2,779
17,077
2,040
16,189
2,444
6,150
11,035
7,081
1,350

Armour &

Co (111)

——.—5
Santa Fe Ry—100
25
3
Transportation
1

Atch Top &

Atlantic Refining Co
Aviation Corp (Del)
Aviation 6c

Barnsdall Oil Co.....——.—5
Bendix Aviation.........—.5

Bethlehem Steel Corp

7,209
20,070
2,071
11,818
5,829
2,664
21,785

-

—10

Commonwealth & Southern—*
Continental Motors Corp
1

(Del).—.5
Curtiss-Wright Corp.—
-1
.......1

—5

Electric Power 6c Light Corp.*
General Electric Co.——*
General Foods Corp.—
Goodrich (B F) Co...

*
*

Graham-Paige Motors Corp
International Nickel Co..—..*
international Tel & Tel
Kennecott Copper

Corp

8Jt*c

—*

*
*

Loew's lnc

Montgomery Ward & Co
Mountain City Copper Co..5c
Mcrvesson & Bobbins Inc.

5

New York Central RR-—... *

North Amer Aviation Inc..—1
North American Co—.— -10
Ohio Oil Co

Packard Motor Car Co..
Paramount

Pictures

lnc

Pennsylvania RR Co
Pure Oil Co

*
*

50

24

*

Republic Steel Corp

*

Seaboard Oil of Del

*

Sears Roebuck & Co

*

Socony-Vacuum Oil Co..
15
Southern Ry..
.——....*
Standard Brands Inc....—..*

Standard Oil Co (N J)
25
Stone 6c Webster Inc...—.*
Studebaker

Corp
—.....1
480 Superior Oil Corp (Del)
...1
25
6,230 Swift & Co
4,825 Texas Corp.
25
3,176 Tide Water Assoc Oil Co....10
5,168 Union Carbide 6c Carbon..—.*
6,639 United Air Lines Trans Oorp..5
7,034 United Aircraft Corp........5
3,469 United Corp (Dei).
....... *
—10
6,777 U S Rubber Co
36,057 U S Steel Corp.............*
5
5.304 Warner Bros Pictures
2,435 Westinghouse Elec & Mfg—50
Willys-Overland Motors Inc..1
9,558

*

No par valua
a Odd lots,
b Second liquidating dividend




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26%
23%
7%
3%
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Sale

1

Radio Corp of America;

1%
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21%

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Jan.

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2c
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21

Nov.

4

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May
June

Aug.

Sept.
May
Aug.
June

Nov.

27

Nov.

37

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Nov.
Nov. 13
Nov. 7
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22
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Oct.

9

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5

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22

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May 21
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174% Mar. 12
31% Apr. 10
7% Apr. 22
8
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22
May 14
8% Apr. 13
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12% Apr.
9
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15% Aug.
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Juiy
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t Name of Los Angeles Industries. Inc.. changed to Blue Diamond Corp
of $3.50 per share paid Oct. 10, 1940.

4c
1

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7%
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42
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7 42
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28
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27%
24% Nov. 7 29%
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18%
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Continental Oil Co

Electric Bond & Share

10c

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Columbia Gas & Elec Corp—*
Commercial Solvents
.*

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8c

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888 Cities Service Co

5c

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Baldwin Loco Works v t c—13

(Del)..*
Borg- Warner Corp
5
Canadian Pacific Ry----—25
58 Case iJ I)
100
3,169 Caterpillar Tractor
*

10,676
4,744
10,177
9,147
1,727
47,020
4,996
1,121
2,982
12,203
6,244
4,313
1,380
5,421
4,049
8,093
4,312
6,411
4,500
3,532
21,806
24,587
7,970
5,579
18,694
5,166
5,656
2,334
13,472
53,132
716

4%

4%
l%c

3

8

July 22
5% May 20
1% Aug. 26
18
June
5
38% July 15
8% June
3
63% June 12
12% May 21
34
Aug. 14
1% May 15
18
Sept. 13
45
May 20
2% May 16
1% Mar. 13

of March 26. 1940.

51%
6%
7%
16%
1%
4%

8

8
4

Jan.
Sept.
Apr.
Apr.
June
Feb.
Apr.
Mar.
Feb.
Jan.

24

8

Jan.

40

Jan.

8
11

20%
11%
29%
8%

19
8
5
28
2
17
8

7
3

47% Feb. 19
4
20% Apr.
1
Jan.
4
4
38% Jan.
5
4% Jan.
38
9
Apr.
6
35% Feb.
2
47% May
4% Apr. 12

7% Mar. 30
3
18% Jan.
9
Apr.
6
23% Apr.
7% Apr. 17
4
Mar. 11
9% Nov. 29
25% Nov. 12
26

9

7%
24%
11%
87%
12%
17%
7%
45%

Jan.

5

Apr.
3
Nov. 9
May 21
Apr.
6
5
Apr.
Jan. 26
Jan. 18
4
Jan.

12

Jan.

12%
2%
23%
47%

Feb. 20
Apr.
9
Feb. 28
Apr.
4

11

11
Jan.
3
82% Feb. 29
23% Apr. 15
51% Apr. 17

Apr.

3
9
9

4% Apr.

4

2% Jan.
38% Feb.
65

3% Apr. 22

RANGE OF PRICES ON PITTSBURGH STOCK
Stock Sales

November

Shares_

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30
AGGREGATE
SALES

.

November

BONDS

4,000 Independent Brewing 6s.
4,000 Pitts Brewing 6s

1,086

8,176 Allegheny Ludlum Steel..
41

75

272

~2~ 586
423

3,902
3,963
2,349
13,146
2,747
10

235

2,485
49

_

STOCKS

Shares

Nov.

1940
Bid

$

Shares

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Ask

Bid

1

Ask

Highest

Lowest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

113
108

1955
1949

Arkansas Nat

Gas Corp..

108%

Par

22 X Nov. 27

2

8*4 Sale

1*4 Nov. 27
8X Nov.

8X Nov. 29
9% Nov. 20

11

7

7X Nov. 19
6%, Nov.
1
84% Nov. 12

*
10

Preferred

Armstrong Cork Co

*

Blaw-Knox

*

Co

*

By ere (A M)
Preferred

37
11
12 %

Sale

10*4 Sale
9% Sale

9%

8% «Nov.
Nov.

8

10X Nov,

8

1

35c

1 OX Sale

50c

*

6X
6%

5% Sale

*'

6% Sale

7
Sale

Nov. 13

4% Nov. 29
84 X Nov. 12

lOQ

511

1,077
270

4",375

10

Preferred..

20h

3,398 Copperweld Steel..
.....10
1,715 Crandall McK & Hend
5,160
20,844
3,620
5,042
43,051

10

Products

....

Follansbee Bros pref;
Fort Pitt Brewing

16

5

Devonian Oil

Duquesne Brewing
Electric

11

*

5

100
1

100 Harbison Walker Refrac com.*
70 Home (Jos) common.
100
100

370 Jeannette Glass preferred

200

518

3,057 Koppers Co pref
100
*
58,738 Lone Star Gas
429 Mc Kinney Mfg Co.
.1
86,429 Mountain Fuel Supply
10
22,586 Nat Fireproofing Corp com
*
675 National Radiator Corp
10
260 Penn Federal Corp common..*
Preferred 4%%
90
50
5,450 Pittsburgh Brewing
*
Preferred
*
3,073
684 Pittsburgh Coal Co com
100

195* Nov. 20

Sale

189

7,261
3,329

1,360
135

150
100

829
476

1,836
175
100

'"372
2,000
3,045

"155
86

Y.146
15
"4.170

Preferred

760 Pittsburgh Forgings.
& Gas
3,998 Pittsburgh Oil & Gas
5,096 Pittsburgh Plate Glass
9,825 Pitts Screw & Bolt Corp.

700

17

14

15

13 &

11H

11

11X

12
5

Sale

Pittsburgh Steel Foundry

5,140 Renner Co
770 Reymer & Bros common.
BmiH
TVTfrr '
2,085 Ruud Mfg/
72,449 San Toy Mining
Shamrock Oil & Gas
25,075
"8% Preferred
453
799
C% preferred
35 United Eng & Foundry
326 United States Glass
622
Voting trust certificates
4,883 Vanadium Alloy Steel
14,770 Victor Brewing Co
483 Waverly Oil Works class A
20,084 Westinghouse Air Brake
2,034 Westinghouse El & Mfg

20% Nov.

1

15
.12 X
.....

11X Nov.

7

Nov.

9

Nov. 29
5% Nov. 26

IX Nov.

6

IX Nov.

5

12

14

IX

1% Sale

IX

IX

1X

26

30

29

30

30

30

Nov.

84*4 Sale
10
10*4
Sale

1% Sale
6%
7%

IX
31
32*4
5% Sale
IX

90

9%
S3
ft 6
I

1

A 7

1X
28%

Sale

10X
4
Sale

Sale
'8 H

IX

93

9X

95

9%

90

85c
7

Sale

7

96

Nov.

Nov. 27

9% Nov.

10 X Nov. 18

Nov.

4% Nov. 29

4

'"5% "5;X

Nov.

100*4 Nov. 12

6% Nov.
1% Nov.

5X Nov.
80c

Nov.

8%

IX Sale
30
31X

1% NOV. 25
30M Nov. 15

1% Nov. 25
31

Nov. 26

15 X Nov. 13

IX

IX

~8% Sale'

91% Sale
7X Sale
30c

3X

1

35c
.....

6X

5
1

lc

1

1*4

lc

2c

2X

2c

IX Nov.
1
88H.Nov. 4
6% Nov. 27
3% Nov. 25

Sale

3X

1

2X

100

40c
1
8
lc

55c

8% Nov. 12
3 X Nov. 25

35c

Nov. 18

8% Nov.

9

9

lc

Nov.

2

Nov.

6
8

Nov. 12
Nov. 6

2% Nov.

35c

Nov. 18

79 X Aug, 15
Apr.
1
Jan. 10

25c

2c

2% Sale

25c

30c

lc

7

::::: "33*4
20c

30c

40

10c

2X
21%

Sale

15c

3X
Sale

40c

39*4
5c

♦

6,028 Pennroad Corp v t c._

No par vame.




x

Ex-dividend.

26

Jan.

10

6
12% Aug. 23 117
14
9X June

Mar. 21
Jan.
9
Mar. 13

Mar. 12

4% May 23
9
May 22
1% Jan. 18

_

6X Mar. 29
20

Jan.

June

15
Apr.
12% Jan.
32
Mar.
July
100*4 Nov.
Apr.
Nov.
May 24 96
May 24
10*4 May
6
Mar. 30
Sept.
May 15
6% May
Sept. 30
1% Jan.
7% Jan.
4% June
4
Mar.
1 % Mar. 20
25
Apr.
May 24
Jan.
90c
July 25
28
Apr.
May 22 36*
4
6* Apr.
May 16

ii

Jan.

20

10

Jan.

18

1% Feb.

1

66

June 10

4 X May 15
2X Aug.
7
30c
May 15

27*
15*
1*
104*
8*
5

50c
2

Jan.

10

5
2

12
27

9
10
6
3
9
20

25
12

17
15
4

Nov. 13
Feb.
1

Apr.

18

Jan.

2

Sept. 21
July 16
Jan.

12

Oct.

5

May 21

9% Mar. 27

Feb.

lc

lc

18

9

1% Apr. 30
20

June

1

1% May 14
June 13

Nov. 13

8

Nov. 13

5% Sept. 17
Oct.

25c

Nov.

2

25c

40X

37" Nov." 1

4l"

Nov.

7

28

10c

2% Nov. 29
20H Nov. 6

2% Nov. 29
24 X Nov. 14

15
Apr. 25
May 23
Oct.
5

1

2% Oct.

31

Jan.

9
31

65
8

33
55c
25c
41

2

Nov. 26

3

Nov. 18

Oct.

Apr. 24
Feb. 19
June 12
Nov.
7

Jan. 17
3% Apr. 17
2% Nov. 29
15% May 21 24% Nov. 14
3
77X May 21 117% Jan.
10c

15c

'21% 'Sale'

16

Apr.

Nov.

Feb.

25c

UNLISTED

555

Jan.

Apr. 22

2

25c

40c

40c

1

1

18

55
8

40c

5

25

15% Jan.

31
55c

1

Jan.

7% Nov. 19
7% Apr.
8
85
July 11

1

9

8

*
50

15%. Nov. 13
1% Nov.
1
91%. Nov. 27

80

80

10
5

*

40c

27

June

22

100

*
1

5

21
21
27

4% May 22

20

99X Nov.

5

7

14

12*4

*

25
*
*

May
May
Aug.
74% Apr.
10c
Apr.

4

200 Jones & Laughlin Steel pref. 100

3,437

19
Oct. 10
Apr. 24
Apr.
8
Jan.
3
13 H Feb. 10
74% Apr.
9

2%
8%
43%
11X

Feb.

20c

2,283 Consolidated Ice Co
100

26X May 10
113 H Apr.

May 18

7

100

140,216 Carnegie Metals
10,128 Clark (D L) Candy
30,500 Columbia Gas & Electric
299
6% pref series A

11 110*4 Jan. 25

Apr.
Nov. 12

Sale
Sale

Jan.
Jan.

Sale Prices
Jan.
9
9 113

May 21

25*4 Nov. 12

Sale

24 X

*

Highest

Lowest
Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

100

Preferred

1

Price

Jan. 2

Since
Jan. 1

$8,000
14,000

$8,666

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30.

PITTSBURGH

STOCK EXCHANGE
In

1939

1940

November

96,698
1,074,935

44,561
659,892

EXCHANGE

Bond Sales

1939

1940

1% May 24

3

Nov. 18

General Quotations
OF BONDS AND STOCKS

In the earlier part

the country,

of this publication complete records of

for the latest month and for the calendar

the dealings

date,

year to

the leading stock exchanges of

on

General Quotations we

combine in

only those dealt in

the exchanges, but also leading unlisted and inactive securities.

on

one

comprehensive whole, securities of all classes and descriptions,

index to the different classes of securities

of

In this department

furnished.

are

not

The following is an

quoted:
Page

Page

Page
......................

84

Joint Stock Land Bank Securities........

84

Railroad Stocks

Federal Land Bank Bonds...............

92

Mining Stocks..........

85
92

Real Estate Bonds...

94

Textile Stocks

73
78

71
101
88

Title Guarantee and Safe Deposit

Exchange Seats

Foreign Government Bonds

93

........

Industrial Bonds...................—..

85

Municipal Bonds—Domestic
Canadian

81

Industrial Stocks

...............

........

.......

.......

Public Utility Bonds

Insurance Stocks..^»*^..................100

Public

Investing Companies Securities.......... 72

...

Railroad Bonds

...

Utility Stocks.

67

—-

......................

........—

Real Estate Trust and Land Stocks.......

86

...........

.......

Stocks. 85
United States Government Securities..... 92
United States Territorial Bonds.....
92

preceding the date of issue.
letter "f" prefixed td bond prices denotes that the quotation is a flat price—that is. that the accrued Interest forms part of the price, and
the purchaser does not have to provide for it separately in making payment. In the case of income bonds and bonds in default, the price is

Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of the month
The

therefore

always "fiat," and

no

designating mark Is employed to indicate the fact

Quotations for equipment bonds are based on average maturities.
Quotations for guaranteed stocks are "and dividend" that is the accrued dividend must be

paid in addition to the price.
and unlisted securities are merely nominal, but in all

It should be borne in mind in the use of these tables that the quotations for many inactive
cases the

figures are obtained from sources which are considered reliable.

The following abbreviations are often used, vix.: "M" for mortgage, "g" for

"cons" for consoli¬

gold, "gu" for guaranteed, "end" for endorsed,

dated "conv" for convertibie, "s f* for sinking fund, "1 g" for land grant, "opt" for optional.
The

black-faced type in the letters showing the interest period indicates the month when the

NOTICE—All bond prices are "and interest" except where marked "f"

Bonds

Bid

RAILROAD BOND8

00

Gen A ref 5 He 1945 ser B.AAO
Alabama Great Southern—

110M
107M

A...JAD
JA

93"

1st mtge g

4% ext

ff
Alabama A Vicksburg Ry—
1st M g 5a 1974 ■» rieu A.-MAN

7M
87

111

108M

"I"

95

/

68

If*

PLEA West Virginia—
Ref 4s ext to 1951...MAN

b

2.00

47

108

87 M

97"

due 1955.

96

100
99

96

104M
111M
110M
101M

Eq tr 2 Ms 1941-1949.

98 M
100

Bay City A Battle Creek—
3s 1989
Belt

1st 5s

JAD

99 M

34

34M

33M
12 M

34 M
13

1st mtge gu

58M

44M
51M
1.25

45 M
52 M

0.50%
J.00%
1.00%
1.50%
1.50%

100M

67 M

68M
52 J4
69M
65M

Atlantic Coast Line RR—

1.00
>b

1.90

0.50%
1.40%
1.35%

75

Atlantic Coast Line af 8 O—

95M

44

97 M

30
27

18M

34M

60

61

30

101M

1 1944
1 1944
1945
1 1945

—

JAJ
.JAJ

5

100M
105M

(stamped modified)

*34--AAO

FAA

42

M

70

3M
3M

43 M

72 M
4

3M

100
102 M
1.40

1.10%
70

2s guaranteed 19422s guaranteed 1943
Guar 7-year 2 Ms 1944

74K
97

73
70 H
18%

JAJ
FAA
FAA
JAJ

7-year guar 2 Ms 1946
3s guaranteed 1944
MAN
3s 15-year gtd 1952
FAA
3s 13-year guar 1950
JAD
3s 16-year guar 1950
JAD
3s 15-year gtd 1953
FAA
3s 15-year gtd 1959
JAJ
4 Ms guaranteed 1951
MAS
4Ms guaranteed 1956
FAA
4Mb guaranteed 1957
.-JAJ
4Ms guaranteed 1955
J&D
5s 15-yr. guaranteed 1954-FaA
5s guaranteed July 1 1969 JAJ
5s gtd Oct 1 1969
..AAO
5s guaranteed 1970
FAA
Equipment trusts—
4 Ms series J 1941-42___MAN
5s series K 1941-1944..MAN

4M« series L 1941-1945.JAD
Canadian Nor deb 6 Ms '46—JAJ
Canadian N W 4 Ms Oct 22 1943
—

Canadian Pacific Ry—
3s serial coll tr 1941
3s conv coll trust 1945

89 M

92 M

78M

80

79

80

80
78

80"

81

82

76M

76

77 M
78
78
77

74M

76

77

77

93

94

93

96

94

97 M

90

92

95

96

96 M

96M
97 M

96
4,25
4.65

3.25%
4.00%

4.65

4.00%

105

105$

100

103

70

JAJ

3 Ms conv coll trust
4s conv coll trust 1949
4s

cons

deb

94M

93

FAA
AAO
1951--FAA

97
97
97

5s series CO Jan 1
5s seriesDD June

40

68 M

97

5s series A A April
5s series BB April

35

Canada Atl Ry 1st 4s 1955—JAJ
Canada South 5s 1962 ser A.AAO

90

AJuly'70..MAN

98
98

36M

Gen M g 4s 1955

1.20%

RR I960—JAJ

5s series W April 1 1942
5s series X July 1 1942
5s series Y Jan 1 1943
5s series Z May 1 1943

16

2

Certificates of deposit
Cambria A Gl'field 5s g '41.-JAJ

72 H
79

98

14
33

—

1.10%

72
78 M
71H
69M
99 M
99 H

9
98

JAJ

Cons mtge

61

ser

1.25%
1.50%

JAJ

int at 3% to 1946 due 1957
Buff A Susquehanna RR Corp—
1st 4s Dec 30 1963
JAJ
Burl Cedar Rapids A North—

61

58 series T Sept 1 1941
5s series U Nov 1 1941
5s series V Mar 1 1942

2.00

Buffalo Rochester A Pittsburgh—

84

59H

1st mtge 4s ser

3.00
1.85

1.50%
2.25%

Canadian National Rys—

59M

MAS

71M
2.00

Equip trust 2 Ms 1941 47--AAO

87M

IncM4M

Equipment trusts—
> b • 2.00

45"

4HB ser A 1943..AAO

lBt mtge 5s ser II 1955—MAN
1st mtge 4 M» ser J J 1961.-AAO

98

1947—FAA

Buffalo Creek 1st 5s 1941
1st ref 5s 1961

63 M
88

Boston A Maine RR—
1st mtge 5s ser AO 1967.

94

Cambria A Indiana RR—

1st mtge

90

65

40

87

1947--JAJ15

481950

56M

54 V9

3He Jan 1 1951
JAJ
Ref 3 Ms 1952 gu N Y O..AAO

80

87 M

67 M

95

94
51
55
83
83

Albany 5s Oct '63—JAJ
JAD
4 Ms impt 1978
FAA

101"

77

52

lstm 4Ms Juy 15

6s ext to Jan 15 1947

Con 1st A coll tr 5s g

22
73 H
95M
62 M

Boston A

93

FAA

4s 1955

Bost A Prov deb 5s July 1 1938...
Boston Rev Beach A Lynn—

Boston Term Co 3 He

51M

Equip tr 2 Ms 1941-1947—MAS b
1.40
Big Sandy Ry 1st g 4s 1944..JAD
109M
Birmingham Southern—
Equip trust 3 He Dec. 1 1940-46 b
1.65

5a June 1942

99

5s 1941-1944
.MAN
Boston A New York Air Line—

1938

Blrm Term 1st g 4s 1957 gu.MAS
Boonville St L A Sou 5s *51.FAA /

93

1 1947
Mtga 4He 1944-........-JAJ
Mtge 4s 1942
FAA
Mtge 3s 1950
JAJ
Equipment trusts—
3 He 1940-1944
JAD
4s June 1 A Dec 1 1940-1949.
4Ms 1941-1943
AAO

Bessemer A Lake Erie—

112

Gen 1st g 4s July 1948
JA
At! A DanvilK 1st 4s 1948—JA

34 M

39M

101M

Northern—

Atlantic Coast Line (Conn)—
Irred ctfs of indebt 5s
JA

71M

38 M

liiM

*105"

See Seab'd Air Lli

Atlanta Knoxville A

34

JAJ/ 50
Beech Crk Ext 3M* 1951.—AAO
75
Belt Ry of Chatt 1st 5s '45-.JAJ
93
Beividere Dei cons 3 He 1943. JAJ
105K

Atlanta A Charlotte Air Line—
"

1943.-AAO

Van Bur Ext 5s g Jan '43.AAO
Battle Or A Sturgis gu 3s '89-JAD

Bedford

1.40
1.10%
b 0.20 t 01.50%
30
f 24

1st M 4Klot M 5s 19

1943.....JAJ
1951
.JAJ

4s stamped 1951
Plscat Div g 5s Jan

108M
92

Atl A Blrm.

1st M 5s g Jan 1
Cons refund g 4s

99 Ji

A Santa Fe—

Conv g 4s of *09

70M

Bangor A Aroostook-—
98 %
82

Atchlson Topeka

49 %

93 M

1946_.__
1947

-

1.50
Eq tr 4^s ser F 1941-44—MAN 6
1.50
Eq tr 2Mb ser J 1941-1950
b
1.75
Eq tr lesser K 1941-50—JAD b 1.75

1.25%

Utility bonds.
1st g is 1995
Q
Ark A Mem Ry B idge A Term-

3M% to Jan 1 '47.JAJ

Tol Cinn Div ref 4s A '59—JAJ /
Eq tr 4 Ms ser D 1941
JAJ b
Eq tr 4 Ms ser E1941-42— AAO b

70

Anacostia

Ann Arbor

57

5s series FF Jan 1

S'western Div 1st M due 1950

104M

American Refrig Transit—

Equip 5s ser TP, G A H. *41-'4
A
Potomac—See

58 series EE Jan 1
5s sreies GG April

1% to Sept 1 '46.MAS
F due 1996
int 1% to Sept 1 '46-MAS
Conv gold due 1960
FAA /

int

AA

96M
71 %
57 M

Ref A gen M ser

61M
104

94M

70M

int

90

_

80 M

JAJ

1946
JAD
Ref A gen M ser D due 2000

81

Albany A Susq 3M*» 8 1946—J
Alleghany Oorp—
Ooll tr conv 5s 1944—...FAA

sec

Ask

{Boston A Maine RR (Continued)

Stamped modified bonds:
1st mtge gold due 1948 int
at 4% to Oct 1 1946-AAO
Ref A gen M ser A due 1995
int at 1 % to Dec 1 '46. JAD
Ref A gen M ser C due 1995
interest at 1 1-5% to Dec 1

50M

Bid

Bonds

Ask

4s, July 1948--AAO
notes 1944
;_FAA

1st mtge gtd g 5s 1941
Baltimore A Ohio—

Alabama Tennessee A Northern

Allegheny A Western—
1st mtge guar 4s 1998

and Income and defaulted bonds.

Austin A Northwestern—

Aberdeen AAsheboro 1st 5s'40JAJ f
34
90
Adirondack 1st 4 He 1942 gu MAS
102
Akron A Barb Belt g 4s 1942. JAD
Akron Oanton A Youngstown—
00
Gen A ref 6s 1945series A.AAO

1st cons g 5s 1943 ser
1st cons 4s 1943 ser B

Bid

Bonds

Ask-

bonds mature.

(perpetual)—JAJ
JAD
MAS
JAJ

65

67"

62

64

65

67

51M
68M
74 M
63 M

51M
69M

95

4Mb secured ctfs 1944
4Mb coll trust 1946
4 Ms coll trust 1960

95

76

64 M

80

a

Called for redemption; see page 111.




6 Basis.

/ This price includes accrued interest,

k Last sale,

n

Nominal,

r

Payable in Canadian funds.

68
' ond

trices

are

Quotations for all securities

are

Bonds

Bid

5s coll trust 1954
69%
conv coll trust 1942—M&»
71X
Equip trust 5s 1944
J&J
101%
4.60
4%s 1940-1945--------J&D 5

70%

6s

73

101%
4.00%
45

30
a

1st mtge 4s ser A 1965
M&S
Carthage & Adirondack—
1st mtge guar g 4s 1981—J&D
Catawissa RR g 4s 1948
A&O
Central Arkansas & Eastern—

106

93

92%
47

53%
106%

105

1st 6s 1940.——J&J /
Central Branch Union Pacific¬

1

J&D /

13

1948
Central of Georgia—
ist 4s

1st M g 5s Nov

2%

T1941-1952.—J&d

%
%

%
%

•

b

1951—-J&D f
5s 1946—J&J f

4.00

3.00%

Ohatt Oiv gold 4s

4

Macon & Nor g

2%
2%

Mobile Dlv g 5s 1946
J&J f
Oconee Dlv 1st 5s 1945——J&D f

2%
11

5
14

48%

51%

4sl961 J&J f
f
J&J f
F&A f

Ml

*

~

13%
11%

13%
11%

1.25

0.75%

.

F&A
1954—A&O
F&A
European loan 4s 1946—M&S
1 st ref 4s g guar

1949

66

1st g guar 4s Oct 1

Guar g 5s I960

67%
65%

39%
35

Central RR & Banking of Gv—
Coll tr 5s ext'd to 1942—M&N

51

1st ref 6s 1941-1976-Central Vermont Ry—

80

4.00
Eq tr 5s Dec 14 1940-1944 (yr). b
Charleston & Western Carolina—
1st 5s 1946.
A&O
100

3.00%
102

Chateaugay Ore & Iron—
---J&J
Chatt Rome & Sou 1st 6s 47 J&J /
1942

1957 gu—J&J

96

25"

1941

1942
1943
notes, 1944
notes, 1945

129

104 5-8
104 X

108%
101J4

J&J
J&J
J&J
J&J
J&J
__J&J

notes.

notes.

1946

104%
104%
109%

4%s
2%s

1945-1949—

Eq tr 4%s 1941-1944
A&O b
Chicago South Sh & So Bend—
Sink fund 3s ser B 1963
J&J

2.25

Chic Terre Haute & Southeast—

53

57%

39%

Guar

4s

A&O

1944

105%
108%
105%
102%

1st mtge 3 %s ser E 1963-_-J&J
Guaranteed 3%s 1951
M&S
1st mtge 3%s ser F 1963--J&J

Chicago & Western Indiana—
Consol gold guar 4s 1952._J&J
1st & ref M 4%s D 1962—M&S
Choc & Memph 5s 1949
J&J f

102%
90%
100%
71

9%

Cine Indianapolis & West RR—
1st (stmp mod) 3-5s 1965-M&N

106%

105%

Muskingum Valley—

120%

Cln Northern RR 1st 4s 1951 _J&J
Cincinnati Union Terminal Co—■

i 1997

81

91%
95

1.45
13
12

22
2.25

85%
72%
81%
92%
96%
1.10%

13%
13%
28

1.50%

106

Chic Great West 1st 4s 1959-M&S

27%

1st mtge 4s w 1 1988
J&J
Gen mtge inc 4%s w i 2038 J&J
Equip tr 4%s "A" 1945—A&O

55
28
2.00

Chicago Indiana & Southern Ry—
Con mtge g 4s 1956 guar—J&J
Chicago Indianap & Louisville—
Ref M g 6s 1947 series A
J&J
Ref M g 5s 1947 series B—J&J
Ref M g 4s 1947 series O—J&J
1st & gen 5s 1966 series A-M&N
1st & gen 6s May *66 ser B.J&J
Equip tr ser E 1941-1944-A&0

108%
27%
56%
29

1.40%
69

15

18

15
17

18

5

19

6%

4%
2.00

1.40%

11%

14

Monon Coal—

/

6%

Indianapolis & St Louis—

Short Line 1st 4s 1953
A&O
Chic June RR 1st 4s 1945-—M&S

74
105

78

105%

Chicago Memphis & Gulf—
Ext at 3% to 1962-...—J&J
Chic Mllw & Gary 1st 5s '48- A&O
Chic Milw St Paul & Pac RR

60-yr 5s 1975 series A
F&A
Conv adj 5s Jan 2000
A&O
Eq tr 5s ser J '41 to *44
J&D
4Mb ser L '41 to '45—M&S
2%s ser M 1941-1947--M&S
2%s ser U Dec 1 1940-1949Chicago Milwaukee & St Paul—
Gen g 4s A May 1 1989
J&J
Gen g 3%s B May 1 1989-J&J
Gen 4Mb May '89 series C_J&J
Gen 4%s May 1989 ser E.J&J
Gen M 4Mb May '89 Ser P.J&J
Equip trust 3Hb 1941-'53A&0
Eq 4%s "41-'43 E & F (yr).J&J
Eq4%sl941G&H (yr>. J&J
Chicago & North Western—
Gen M3Hsg 1987
M&N
Gen M gold 4s 1987
M&N
Stmpd non-pay Fed inc tax
Gen M 5s '87 stpd inc tax .M&N
GenM4%s'87 stpd inc taxM&N /
GenM4 %s'87 stpd inctax M&N /
15-year 6%s Mar 1936—M&S f
1st & ref 5s May 2037
J&D /
1st & ref 4 %s May 2037.-J&D /
1st &ref4%s May 2037 O J&D f
Conv g4%s 1949 ser A—M&Ni/

1977-J&J

80%

109

105

107%

105

84"

29

2.85
2.15

1.75
13

2.10%
1.50%
1.25%
13%
13%

13%
13%
13%

i!H

13 %

16%

17

17%

16

8'%
8%
8%
1%

9
9
9

1%

Called for redemption; see page 111.




6 Basis.

13%
99%

'41.J&JI
J&J

Ga & Ala 5s Oct 1945
J&J'/
Ga & Ala Term 1st g 5s 1948.J&D /
Georgia Carolina & Nor—
Ext at 6% to July 1 1934
/

14%

lOO"

96

12

15

14

«...

4s Jan 1 1947
Ga Sou & Fla 1st g 5s
Deb 5s 1952

J&J

-

2
2

-

48"

101%

1945—-J&J

50

67

68

51%

Gouvernour & Oswegatchie—
1st 5s 1942
J&D
Grand Rapids & Indiana—

2.00

1.50%

107%

32
60

60

.

95

1st 4%s 1941
J&J
1st 3 Mb 1941
J&J
Grand River Valley—See Michig
Grand Trunk Pacific—

101%
101%
an

Western div 1st 3s 1962

Cen tral

J&J
Prairie Section 4s ser A '55 A&O
Mountain div 4s ser B '55 A&O

61

64

61

64

Lake

64

82

80

5s I960———
J&J
Colo & Southern 4%s 1980.M&N
Oolumb & Hock Val 4s 1948-A&O

113

F&A

111

Concord & Claremont 5s '44-J&J
Connecticut & Passumpsic Rivers

85

Grand Trunk Pac Branch Line—
Alberta Lines—

98

4s Feb 15 1942
M&N
Grand Trunk Western—
1st g gu 4s $ July 1 1950—J&J

78%

79

Eq tr 5s Dec 14 1940-*43 (yr)__
Grays Pt Term g 5s 1947
J&D

4.00
82

3.00%.

Colum & Toledo 4s 1955

24

14

13

1st gold 4s 1943
A&O
M&S
Connecting Ry (Phila)—
1st M gu 4s Mar 15 '51-M&S 15

112

M&S

Superior 1st 4s '55-_A&O
Sterling 4s 1962
J&J

119

1st

5s

1951

94

Consol Rys (N H) deb 4s *54_J&J
Deb 4s 1955
J&J
4s

13%

Deb 4s 1956 guar

J&J
J&J

20%
17%
17%

20%

20

J&J
J&D
J&D

Imp & equip 5? 1960
M&N
D&nbury & Norw ref 4s 1955.J&J
Dayton Union Ry 1st 4s '49-J&J
Del & Bound Br 3%s 1955.-F&A

1943

21

99%

1st

con

g 4s

1st

con

g

Denver &

1936

4%s 1930

1st 5s

48%

J&J
J&J

J&«

2.75

2.00%

8

5%

.

Gen income 5s Aug *55
F&A
Assented subject to plan
Ref & impt 5s 1978 ser B_. A&O

M&S 6

Eq tr 4%s 194l-'42 (yr)—M&N
Equipment trust 5s.
4%s series O 1942
M&N

2.00
1.75
2.00

2s series F 1941-1950—M&S
Denver & Salt Lake Ry—

2.50

Inc mtge 6s Jan 1 1960-An Apr /
1st 4s 1950
J&J
Den Moines & Fort Dodge—

60

5%

1.25%
1.10%
1.25%
2.00%

1.45

W Va Midland Ext 5s '54-J&J
Green Bay & Western—
Debenture ctfs A Feb

102

3.60%,
1.10%.

87

102

64

60

Debenture ctfs B Feb
Guantanamo & Western—

5

5%

J&J

25

A&O

83

86%

1st 5s 1950 series C—
A&O
Secured notes 3s 1941-1945.J&J

80

82

92

96

Gulf Mobile & Northern—
1st 5%s 1950 ser B

2
1

99%

85%.

100

6

4%

94
94

104 %

85

J&J

Rio Grande Western—

29

1.70

Equip tr 2%s 1940-1946—J&D

1.20%

Gulf Mobile & Ohio RR—

Gen inc 5s

ser

J&J
J&J

A 2015

1st & ref 4s ser B 1975
Gulf & Ship Island BR—
1st ref & term g 5s Feb

34

35%

60

60% I

86%
85%

'52.J&J

Stmpd (July 1 1933 cpn on).

100

Gulf Terminal of Mobile—

64

95

Ctfs of dep for gtd 4sl935-J&J
Des Plalnes Val 4%s 1947.-M&S

67

73

Det & Mack 1st lien 4s 1995- J&D

34

45

2nd Mort. gold 4s 1995—J&D
Detroit Terminal & Tunnel—
1st guar 4%s 1901
M&N

21%

38

100

Detroit Toledo & Ironton—
1st 5s Mar 1 1964

104

Eq tr 2Mb 1941-1947
M&N
Detroit & Toledo Shore Line—
1st gold guar 4s 1953
J&J
Dext & Piscataquis 4 %s "49—J&J

103

J&J

1944

1st M 6s 1958 series A

J&J

108 %,

100%
93%
93%
104%
98%

-

b

108%

108

J&J

Secured serial 4s '41-44--A&O
99
Coll tr 4s 1941-1951
J&J 60.50 to

101%

48

106%

J&J

B

Eq tr 2s 1941-1947
Greenbrier Cheat & Elk—

16

102

M&N

ser

Gen mtge 4s ser G 1940
J&J
Gen mtge 4s ser H 1946
J&J
Gen mtge 3 %s ser I 1967—J&J

18

Delaware & Hudson—
1st & ref gold 4s

5%s 1952

Gen M 5s 1973 ser C
Gen 4%s 1976 series D
Gen 4%s 1977 series E

14%
3%
19%
18%
21%

19
17

71

Great Northern—
1st & ref g 4Mb *01 opt '41-J&J
Gen M

13%
2%

Deposit receipts
7%s extended to 1946
6s extended to 1946

18

14

Cuba Co extend 3s 1955—
Cuban Nor Rys 1st 5%s. '42 J&D
Cuba RR 1st g 5s 1952

14%

12

A&O

1955

92"

89

4

4%

101

.

Harris Ports Mt Joy & Lane RR
Ext 4s 1943
J&J
Hoboken Ferry 5s 1940
M&N

107%

fThis price includes accrued interest,

50

48

126

Hocking Valley 4%s 1999.__J&J
Holidaysburg Bedford & Cumb—
1st M g 4s 1951 guar.J&J
Holyoke & West 4%s 1951
A&O
Housatonic con 5s 1937.M&N

127%

100%
50

50

55

43

43%
10%

Hudson & Manhattan—

1.60

107
70

1st mtge k 4s 1957 gu
60
..J&J
Harlem R & Portch—See N Y N H & Ha rtford

1st gold 5s 1957 opt

1.20%

F&A

Adj inc up to 5% Feb '57-A&0
1st M 4%s 1957 conv
F&A
Huntington & Broad Top Mt
RR & Coal extend 6s 1940 A&O /
Extended 5s 1940
A&O f
.

a

1

J&D /

84%
75%

,

27

1st 5s 1938
Fort St Un Dep Det 4%s
Genesee River 6s 1957

61%

RR—

4%

29

1

f

59

Equip tr 2 %s ser A '41-'52_M&8
Rfv Ry 1st 4s gu 1945. J&D
Coeur d'Alene& Pend Oreille Ry—

1.60%
1.60%
2.00%
2.00%

27%
27%
27%
27%

1982

deposit-_|/
Dodge Des Moines & Sou— I

78%
75%

Coal

4%

27

15

.A&O
Goshen & Deckert'n 1st 5%s 1978 /
2nd ext 0s 1979.
M&N /

82%

f 5%s 1972 series A—A&O
1st M s f 5s 1973 series B_.A&O
1st s f 4%s 1977 series C—A&O

2.15
2.15
2.75
2.75

24%
27%

gold 4s 1950
J&J /
ref 4%s *52 opt.-M&N

Proof of claim filed
Amended 1st con 4%s

—

See Reading Co.
Denver & Rio Grande—

1

cons

8

,

Delaware Lackawanna & Western

35

6%

M&N /
Certificates of deposit
/
Georgia Fla & Ala 1st 6s *52-F&A /
5%
Georgia Midland 1st g 3s '40-A&O
46
Ga RR & Bkg ref 6s 1951
A&O
112

108

s

Equip trust 4s Apr 1 1941-49
Delaware River Terminal-

1%

43 %
63

61%

1st M 6s 1946 series A

109

Gen & ref 4%s 1977 ser A.F&A
Gen & ref 4%s 1981 ser B—J&J
Cleve Short Line4%s 1961-_A&0

3

33

1.40%.
82%

80

Georgia & Florida RR—
103%
106%
104%

Ser B 3%s gen gtd 1942
A&O
Ser C 3 %8 gen gtd 1948
M&N
Ser D 3%s gen gtd 1950—F&A

Deb

68

1.80

1.50%
1.50%
1.35%

78*

Fort

79%

Conn River gold 4s 1943

124%

1.90

1.70

Certificates of

84

Ser A 4%s gen gtd 1942 —_J&J
Ser B 4%s gen gtd 1942—A&O

Clinchfleld

1.90

,

17&
0.75%
1.25%

3.00%

Proof of claim filed

109%
110%

Cleveland Union Terminals—

85%
72%

1.60

4.00

1.50%

Cleveland & Pittsburgh—

1st

1.25

77%

97

1st M 3 %s ser D 1971
M&N
1st mtge 3%s ser E 1969--F&A
Oilfield & Mah 1st gtd 5s *43.J&J

Cleveland Terminal & Valley—
1st 4s gold guar 1995
M&N

7%

17

Florida Southern gu 4s 1945-J&J
Florida West Sh 5s 1934
J&J /
Fonda Johnstown & Gloversv—
1st

1,90

78

U7 X
107

A&O

7

105

76

100%
4M

34

17

30

Gen ref

91

1.50

M&N

33%
17%

Eq 4%s 1941 H (s-a)..-.M&S

55

109%
109%

It*

33%
33*

A&O

1st cons 5s gold 1943
-J&J
Florida East Coast 4%s '59-J&D

52

50

Cincinnati Lebanon & Northern—
1st consol gtd 4s 1942
M&N

-

0.80%
0.90%
1.20%
1.15%
1.20%

57
39

1st & ref 5s 1974--M&S
Certificates of deposit-.

11%

54%

1.50

79

Florida Central & Peninsula—

53

1.50

59

78%

100%

Cinn &

104

55

Eq 4%s 1941 LL (s-a) —-M&S
Eqtr4%8 1941-43 (s-a).-M&S
Eq tr 4%s 1941-1945
J&D
Eq tr 4%s 1941-1944
F&A
Eq tr 4%s 1941-1942
J&J
Eq tr l%s 1941-1950-- —-J&D
Erie & Jersey s f 6s 1955
J&J

108%

68

Choctaw Oklahoma & Gulf—
Consol gold 58 1952
M&N

106
100

55%

Series D 1953
Ref & imp M 5s 1967
Ref & impt M 5s 1Q75

106

88%
90%

103%
1.20%

A&O

40

54%

— -

-

Non-cum inc 5s 1955(w-«)

J&D
M&S

1960
Chicago Union Station—

1.60

&

lst & ref 5s 1965
5s stamped 1965

96

1st & ref g 5s Dec 1 '60 opt

71

103%

Erie prior lien g 4s 1990
J&J
Gen lien gold 4s, 1996
J&J
Conv gold 4s 1953 ser A—A&O
Series B 1953
A&O

,1.60%

90

107%:

El Paso & Southwestern RR-

51%

85

1.25

Eq tr 3 Ms ser O '41-'51-M&N
Chicago & Eastern Illinois—
1st consol 6s gold 1934—A&O
Chicago & Erie 5s 1st g *82__M&N

Chic

46

99%:

107%

vVilllatnsport—
1st 6s 1910 ext at 4% 1950-J&J
Iuco me 5s 2862
A&O
El Paso & R I 1st gu 5s 1951. J&J

64

J&D

Ref & imp 4%s ser E

1.25

Chicago & Alton RR—
Refunding g 3s 1949
A&O f
Chicago Burlington & Quincy—
Gen M 4s 1958
M&S
1st & ref 4 %s ser B 1977—F&A
1st & ref g 5b 1971 ser A—F&A
Illinois Dlv 3 %s *49 op *29-J&J
4s July 1 1949
J&J
Eq tr 2%s 1941-1947
A&O
Chicago & Eastern 111 (new co)—
Gen M 5s May 1951
M&N
Certificates of deposit
w

1951

CW&MDlv 1st 4s g '91. J&J
St L Div 1st col tr g 4s '90 M&N

105%

Ohesterf & Lancaster 5s '55--F&A

5» income

Div 1st 4s

106%

M&S
l%s 1941-1950
F&A
Paint Creek Br 4s 1945—F&a
Potts Creek 4s 1946
J&J
R & A Div 1st con g 4s *89.J&J
2d con g 4s 1989
J&J
Warm Spr Val 1st 5s g '41-M&S
2s 1941-1947

Mem

106

J&D

Elmira

74

71

98

Ry of Minnesota—

3%s ser A 1970—M&S
Eq tr 2%s Dec 1 1940-1949

Chicago St Louis & N O—
Con g 5s June 15 '51.-J&D 15
Con g 3%s June 15 '51-J&D 15

18
108

95

1st mtge

1.75%
1.60%
1.60%

2.00

16

Elgin Joliet & Eastern—

%

2.25
&

107%
1.10%

107

Nor Div 1st g 4s 1948
A&O
Edmonton Dun vegan & British
Columbia Ry 4%s 1944—A&O

General 4s gold 1993
J&D
Gen M 5s ser B 1993.— J&D

104 %

M&N

1941-1945

3s 1941-1946

1941-1947-M&N

Eastern

Clev Cine Chic & st Louis—

103

Equipment trusts—
.

U

Eq trust 2%s 1941-1952--A&O

_

notes,

5%

106 %
1.40

M&N

5%
5%
5%

5%
%

2s series

East Tenn Va & Georgia—
Consol 1st g 5s 1956

6

5%
5%

2.25

1st 4s 1948
F&A
Cinn New Orl & Tex Pacific Ry—

108%

Chesapeake & Ohio—
General 4%s gold 1992—_M&S
Ref & imtp 3%s D 1990--M&N
Ref & .mpt 3 %s ser E 1996 F&A
Ref & impt 3%s ser F 1963 J&D
notes.

14

Cincinnati Hamilton & Dayton—
General 5s gold 1942
J&D

55

Central RR of South Carolina—

Chattanooga Sta 4s

11%

Inc mtge 5s Dec 1

1987-J&J

Gen M 4s 1987

11%
11

1.25

A&O
A&O

Duluth South Shore & Atlantic
1st gold 5s 1937
J&J
East Penn 1st 4s 1958
M&S
East Tenn & Western N O—
1st stamped 5s 1965
M&N

Chic St Paul Minn & Omaha—

6
—

'*»

Central of New Jersey—

Eq tr 4%s 1941 <yr)
Central Pacific—

1.90

1.80

_M&N

4%s I960..

Ask

Bid

1st mortgage 3%s 1962
Eq tr l%s 1941-1950

1.25%
1.25%
1.25%
0.75%
1.50%

1.80

deposit
Ref g 4s 1934 opt to 1911-. A&O
Certificates of deposit
8ec 4 %8 1952 ser A
M&S
Sec 4% ser A certifof dep.

~5~~

Mid Ga & Atl 1st 5s 1947--J&J f

(now 1st) g 5s

1.80

Certificates of

conv

Bonds

Ask

Duluth Missabe & Iron Range—

2s series T 1941-1950---M&N

25%
4%

Equipment trusts—

Geo M

Bid

Equip tr 2%s 1941-1950—F&A

1 1945—-F&A /

Cent New Eng 1st gu

Bonds

Chicago & North Western (Con.)
Equipment trusts—
4%s series U 1941-43.-M&N
4%s series V 1911-44
F&A
4%s8eries W 1941-44--M&S
4 %s series X 1941
F&A
2%s Der 15 1940-1949
Chicago Rock Island & Pac Ry—
General gold 4s 1988
J&J

30-yr

22

„.

Cons gold 5s 1945
--M.&N /
Ref & gen 5%s 1959 ser B.A&O /
Ref & gen 5s 1959 ser C—A&O /
4s series

DUniFO

'and interest" except where marked "f" and Income and defaulted bonds
near as possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date of issue

a<

Ask

(Continued)
-J&D

Canadian Pacific Ry

4s

BONDS

RAILROAD

AAliiAUdXf

NOTICE—Ail

k Last sale,

n

Nominal,

r

10%
48

3
%

Payable in Canadian funds.

NOTICE—All bond prices

are

Illinois Central—

4s

gold

_

Louisiana & Ark 5s A

92%
38

Coll trust gold 4s 1952—A&O
Ref g 4a 1955 opt 1918—M&N
Pur liens 1st g 3M« 1952
J&J

38X

39

40

35

40 X
40

M&N

38 X

40 X

—M&N

46 X

50

40-year 4 lis Aug 1 1966. F&A
Bridge 4s g 1950--J&D
Litch Div 1st g 3s 1951—J&J

36X

36 X

-Collateral trust 4s 1953
Ref mtge 5s 1955

78X

Carlo

Louisv Div 3Ms g

1953—-J&J

Omaha Div 1st 3s g

1951—F&A
J&J

St Louis Div g 3s 1951
Gold 3 Ms 1951

Sp'field Div ext 3 Ms 1951
western lines g 4s

63
43 X
45

75*"

88

53

1951—F&A

55

99 X
92 X

L & N Term 1st g 4s *52 gu

0.50%

1.25

1.00%

1st 5s 1947
Macon Terminal 5s 1965

1.25%

Maine Central—

37X
k

1.25%

41X
38X

99 X July

10

69M

2.00

104M
107X
107
106

112

99M
92 X
88 X

114

1st mtge &

.

Prior lien 4 Ms assent cash
warr't & scrip ret No 4 on

76

1st

90

14

15

.

76 X
50 X
80

1960-J&D
-J&J
b

Manila RR Sou Lines—
1st 4s extend 1959
M&N
Manitowoc Green Bay & Western

2.00

1.50%
68

17 X

22

51

53

50

54

1st g

gu 5s Nov

f
f
f
f

7X
X
6X
6X

7X
X
7H

114M

1 1959—-M&N

b

1.70

1.20%

75

85

86

95

50

5X
X

6X
IX

IX

Jackson Lansing & Saginaw—
See Michigan Central
Jacksonville Terminal—
.

1st & gen mtge 5s 1967
J&J
Ref & ext 5s ser A 1967-— J&J
Ref & ext 6s ser B

Jamestown

106X
106M
106X

1967---J&J

Frank & Cleartleld—

J&D

lit g 4s 1959 guar
Joliet & Nor Ind—See

56X

Mich Cent
Joplln Union Depot Co—
1st 5s June 1 1944.
J&D
Kanawha Br & Ter 5s 1948.A&Q
Kana & Mich 1st 4s 1990--A&O
Kan City Ft Scott & Memphis—
Ref g 4s 1936 guar
-A&O
Certificates of deposit

105

108

91X
29
27

Kan C Mem & Bir 4s 1934--M&8
Income 5s Mar 1934
Sept 1
Kan City Sou 1st g 3s 1950--A&O

65 X
68 X
1.10

J&J

1914 1946

1.60

2Xs ser G 1941-1916--M&S
Kansas City Terminal Ry—
1st g 4s 1960 opt 1930
J&J
Kansas Oklahoma & Gulf—

1.75

107X

J&J
Kentucky Cent 4s g 1987
J&J
Kentucky & Indiana Term RR—
1st

M

5s

29 X
29X

90

1978

67 X
69 X

0.80%
1.20%
1.30%
108
92 X

4Ms stamped 1961
Ms plain 1961
1st mtge 4X8 unguar

79

75 X

90

75X

J&J
J&J
1961-J&J

79

75

J&J

Cong g ref 3 Ms 1997
Leamington & St Clair 4s *45
Lehigh & Lake Erie 4 X* '1
Lehigh & New England—
1st M gold 58 1945
Gen mtge 4s ser \ 1965

90

1st ref 5 Ms 1978 ser
25-year 5 Ms 1949

Equip trust 2 Ms

Prior Hen 4s 1962 ser B

82

108X
91X

Eq tr 2 Ms 1941-1952
Missouri Kan & Texas Ry Co—
1st

54X

70

17X
20 X
18X

20

Gen con gold 4X8 2003.-M&N
1
4Xs assented 2003

17X
21

4X8 assented 1940
Lemgh Valley Term 5s 1941-A&O

22

24
44

Lebigh Valley N Y 4Mb ext 1950-

22

19X

M&N

24 X
45

56X

5s assented 1941

53

53

36"

38

U7X
63

67

106

106X

93
■

■

99

*•

97 X
97 X

97 X

98X
1.25%

2.00

98

t Secured interest at exchange rate of 4.8665.
r Payable in Canadian funds.




28M
57 X

—

63

15

73

/
/
/
/
/
f

6X
IX
X
X

15

1

IX

8X
8X

/

M&N

1.50
2.00

OQ

Coll tr 4s

....

1
_

4s 1941-1949
New York Connecting

b

76

79X

82""

2.25

1.25%

U X

3.50

11X
11X
3X
2.50%

22M

23

3
b

f
f
f
f

2.50

York &

2.75

RR—

F&A
F&A

a

105

a

105

100M

hirie RR—

102
1st 4s ext g 1947.--.-..—M&N
2d ext 5s 1939
M&S f 99
3d mtge 4 Ms 1938
M&S / 93 X
New York & Greenwood Lake—
20
Guar g 5s 1946
M&N
100 X

N Y & Har 1st g 3 X8 2000- -M&N
N Y & Hob Fy 5s May 1946—J&D

36

New York Lack & Western—

1

1.50
2.00

IX
77 X
80 X
75

70 X

17X

90

Deb 6s Jan 15 '48 conv—J&J15 /
Deb 4s May 1 1957
M&N
.

17

*

X
IX
1.10 %
1.50%
IX

-

-

19
3X
15X
16
13M

"

Deb 4s July 1 '55 non-conv J&J
Deb 4s 1956 non-conv...M&N f
Deb 4s 1947 non-conv..-M&S

17

10

Deb 3 Ms March 1947
M&S
Deb 3 Ms 1954 non-conv.-A&O /
Deb 3Ms 1956 conv
...J&J /

14
14
32

15-year secured 6s 1940—A&O /
1st & ref 4Ms 1967
J&D /
Equipment trusts—
2Ms 1941-1949
.M&S
2Ms 1941-1950
F&A
3s 1941-1951
M&S

—

_

17 M
2.10
2.10
2.20

1.90
1.90

4Ms9-15-41to3-15-45M&S15
-J&J

4X8 1941-1946—
Har Riv & Pt Ohes 4s

54 M&N /

N Y & N J Ferry 6a 1946
•

-

50
82

N Y New Haven & Hartford—

93

-

45

1973—-M&N
1st & ref 4Ms 1973 ser B._M&N
New York & Long Branch—
General gold 4s 1941
..M&S
General 1st 5s 1941
M&S
1st & ref 4s ser A

66

M&S f
M&S f
f
M&S f
f

2.10

J&J
M&S

1st guar 5" 1953 series B
1st mtge 3 Ms ser A 1965.A&O

New

11X
10X
10X

J&D

M&S

1st M 4Ms 1953 series A

60

95

89 X
80X

A&O

3s 1941-1951

103X

57X

..F&A

1946

3-yr6s ext'd notes 1941
Debenture 6s, 1950
Equipment trusts—
2 Ms 1941-1947

54M

X
40

94 X
70 X

A&O
M&S

Ref 5 Ms 1974 ser A.
Ref 4Mb 1978 ser O

\x
53 X

85

J&D

Cent equip trusts—

8X
6X
8X

6

58""

Duyvil & Pt Morris—

1959

4 Ms 1941-1945

;

98 M

2 Ms Mar 15 1941-1952— —
New York Chicago & St Louis—
1st 3 Ms extend 1947
A&O

-

-

-

-

«

-

-

1.40
2.65

1.00%
1.00%
2.00%

41

-J&J

Ref 1st g 48 June 1992....M&S
Gen M g 4s 1955 red
J&D

'

1.50

..

76 X

New York Ontario & Western—

-

r

4X

r

IX

New York Pennsylvania & Ohio—
Prior lien ext 4Ms. 1950..M&S

102X

Norfolk—
101X
J&D
1942....A&O f
92
48
N Y & Putnam 1st 4s g 1993. A&O

New York Phila &

Stock trust ctfs 4s 1948

N Y Prov & Bos 4s

'—-

Mohawk & Malone—

a

1942

en

86

93

J&J
-—J&J
J&J

..M&S

—

L S coll tr g 3 Ms 1998
F&A
M O coll tr g 3Ms 1998—-F&A
s

/

85X

1 1997.
J&J
tax-exempt.-J&J

Deb 48

2

85

f

89 X
60

New York Central & Hud Riv
Ref g 3Ms July

82

56 X

A&O

Impt 5s 2013 O

7X

17

1991

flM

<f 34.

10-year 3Ms sec s f 1946--A&O
3 Ms conv secured 1952
M&N

16X
16X
16X
X

3 Ms 2002—M&S
Monon Coal—See Chic Ind & Lou
Monongahela Ry Co—

f-

F&A

1st M 4Mb 1956series D..F&A /
28
Certificates of deposit
/ 30
b
1.80
Equip trust 4 Ms
Newport & Cincinnati Bridge—
113
1st M g 4Ms 1945 guar
J&J
99
Newport & Richfor Is 5s 1941

18

gold

28 M
34M

58

^

1st guar g 4s

25

27

17X

Consol

67

New York Central RR—

17

1st mtge 4s ser A 1960—M&N
Monongahela Sou 5s 1955—A&O
Gen 6s 1955
A&O

Nominal,

68M

ff

98

12X
60

55X
24X
12X

Eq tr 4s 1941-1943
M&S
Eq 4M« 1941-1942 (yr)—J&J15 b
Eq tr 2Ms 1941-1955
F&A b
f
Montgom Div g 5s 1947—F&A
Certificates of deposit

12

67 X

/
/
/
/

b

10

5
3X

.

1st 5s 1956 series O
Certificates of deposit

16X

Secured 5s 1938
Certificates of deposit

101M

63

1st M 5Ms 1954 series A—A&O
Certificates of deposit

17

4s small 1945
Mobile & Ohio—
Gen gold 4s, 1938
Ref & impt 4Ms 1977
Certificates of deposit

23

/
/

A&O /

88

17X

58 small 1945
Gen M g 4s 1945

41M

/

63

Eq tr 4 M> '41-'44 F fyr)—M&N b
Equip tr 2 Ms 1941-1949--F&A b
Mo Pac (old)—Gen 4s 1975.M&S f
3d ext 4s July 1 1938
M&N f
Mobile & Birmingham—
Pribr lien 5s 1945
J&J

ft*

IX
60
41

/
f
/
/

J&J

68

16M
16X
16X
16X

1st & ref 5s 1981 ser I
F&A
Certificates of deposit
Conv g 5 M8 1949 ser A—M&N
Secured 5h« 1940-1956— J&D

60

16

2

scrip

Certificates of deposit

1st & ref 5s 1978 ser G—M&N f
Certificates of deposit-— f

72

58

4s assented 2003

n

coupon

Ref &

1st & ref 5s 1977 ser F...M&S f
f
Certificates of deposit
—

70

2

Cons mtge 4s 1998 ser A..F&A
Ref & impt 4M» 2013 A...A&O

Mo Pacific RR (new company) —
1st & ref 5s Jan 1965 A
F&A f
f
Certificates of deposit

45X

IX

IX
IX

1st 5s 1954 series B
Certificates of deposit

55

J&D

gold 4s 1990

IX

New Orl Term 1st 4s 1953. _J&J /
New Orleans Texas & Mexico—
Non-cum inc 5s '35 ser A—A&O

96

1st & ref 5s 1980 ser H—A&O f
f
Certificates of deposit..

1.70
44 X

Eq tr 3s ser
Lehigh Valley Harbor Term Ry—
1st mtge 5s 1954
F&A
Lehigh valley—
1st gold 4s 1948
J&D
Con M 6s ann Irred
J&D
Con M 4X* ann irred
J&D
Gen cons gold 4s 2003
M&N

1st 5s extended 1951
A&O
Lehigh & N Y 1st 4s 1945—M&S
Lex & East'n lstgu 5s 1965.-A&o
Lincoln Park & Charlotte—
1st extended 5s 1949
J&J
Litchf & Madls 1st 5s 1959.M&N
Little Miami guar 4s 1962—M&N
Little Rock & Hot Spr West Ry—
1st gold 4s 1939 guar
J&J
Long Dock cons 3 Ms 1950--A&O
Long Island—
Unified g 4s. 1949.
M&S
Refunding mtge 4s 1949—M&S
4s stamped 1949
_M&S
Equip tr 4 Ms 1941-45 (yr).F&A
Los Angeles Pacific Co—
See Public Utility bonds.

91X

94X
1.10%
1.15%

1.40

M

36

Prior lien 4Ms 1978 ser

D.J&J
A..A&O
F&A

'26 f

25

J&J
J&J

95

Bauiptr 44£sG

Gen con gold 5s 2003
5s assented 2003

1941-1949F&A

Adj M 5s Jan 1967 ser

-J&J
A&g
1941-45.-M&N
K 1941-1947--J&J

-

5

-

Mo Kans & Okla 5s 1942-.M&S
Missouri-Kansas-Texas RR—

87

49

94

26X

Illinois Bridge and Belt
RR cons 4s 1951
J&J
Mo-Illinois RR 1st 5s 1959
J&J /

95

91X

-

„

M&S /

85

J&D

-

-

52

J&J

B

Prior lien 5s 1962 ser A

A&O

«

67M

66

Minn Terminal 1st 3 Ms '50.-J&J
Minn Transfer Ry 3 Ms 1956. J&O

Lake Erie & Western RR—

1st mtge 5s ext at 3% to *47 J&J
2d 5s 1941
J&J
Lake Shore & Michigan South —

64

Missouri

107X

21X

ilst gold 4Ms 1961

IX
1 \

_

-

76
70

gef tr 3s F JanApr1941 1943
1 1950.-J&J
q & Impt 5s
1
3s

56 X

X

66 M

1st 4s 1957
J&J
Middlesex Val 1st 5s 1942—M&N
Midi RR 4% franc bonds

.

_

...A&O f

f

66

1 1951—-M&S

(Foreign series) 1960
J&D
Midland of New Jersey—
ext at 5% to 1940
A&O
Midland Valley 5s 1943
A&O
Adj M Apr I '53 ser A
Sept
Adj 5s series B 1953 Sept—-—
Milwaukee & Northern—
1st ext 4 Ms 1939
J&D
Con ext 4 Ms 1939
-J&D
Mil Sparta & NW 1st 4s 1947M&S
M11&State Line 1st 3 Ms 1941-J&J
Minneapolis & St Louis—
5s ctfs of deposit 1934
M&N
1st refdg gold 4s 1949
M&S
Ref & ext 5s Feb '62 ser A.Q-F
Certificates of deposit-1st 7s ext at 6% 1932
J&D
Certificates of deposit
Minneapolis Northfield &
Southern Ry 1st 6s *41.-M&S
Minn St P & Sault Ste Marie—'
1st cons gold 4s 1938
J&J
1st cons gold 5s 1938——J&J
1st cons 5s 1938 gu Int
J&J
2d M gold 4s guar 1919—-J&J
1st ref 6s 1946 series A
J&J

IX
1X
IX

f
off.. 1951 f

50-year 1st 5s 1983

Joliet & Northern Indiana—

,

X
X

receipt No 4 on
.1951
Naugatuck 1st 4s 1954
M&N
New Eng cons 4s 1945 gu
J&J
Consol g 5s July 1 1945
J&J
New Haven & Northampton—
Ref cons 4s 1956
J&D
N J June 1st 4s gu 1986
F&A
N J & N Y 1st ext 5s 1950—M&S

Valley—

1st 3Ms Sept

1

Income deb 5s 2032
J&J f
New Orleans & Nor East 6s 1915
Ref & impt 4Ms 52 ser A—J&J

_

1st 4s 1959——--M&S
Jackson Lansing & Saginaw

76

78

M&N
F&A
J&D
Iowa Central 5s ctfs 1938- -J&D
1st & ref g 4s 1951
M&S
&

1977._ /
4s Asst(ca8h warr & coup)—1977 f
Michigan Central—
Ref & impt 4Ms 1979 ser C. J&J
1st gold 3 Ms 1952
M&N
Grand River

1st M 5s 1972opt.—
1st 1 & ref 6Ms 1947
Debenture 4s 1961

Jacksonville Gainesville
Gulf Ry 1st 5s 1951 .

7

2X
2X
2X

—

Assent cash warrant and

116

82

guar.M&N

_

IX
IX
IX

General 5s Jan 1 1938
New Orleans Great Northern—

Mexican International—
4s Sept 1914 coupon on

,

/

April 1914

77 X
53

44

gtd 3Ms 1941
-J&J /
Maryland & Pa 1st g 4s *51-M&S
1st cons A 6s 1963—- .——A&O
M'ghfleld & 8'east—See Wis Cent
Memphis Union Station Co—
Meridian Term 4s *55

67 X
1.60X

b

33 X

4s(Apr 1914 coupon on)

con

1951....

„

105M

66 X
2.10

National RR of Mexico—

„

f

36

scrip receipt No 5 on 1977

88

72

coll 4s ser A 45 J&D

Equiptment trust 5s to 1944—

35X
32 X

Assent cash warrant and

77
105

J&D

J&J
J&J

ser

41M

—

Macon Dublin & Savannah—

Conv gen 4 Ms ser A
Secured 6s 1959
1st

60

/
1957
f
July 1914 coupon on 1957
July 1914 coupon off 1957... f
Assent cash warrant and
scrip receipt No 4 on 1957. f
Gtd gen s f 4s (Apr *14 coup on) f
f
April 1914 coupon off 1977

105

108X
108X
107X

97

94
41

Jan 1914 coupon on

1.70%

88

84.

112M

1st

108
112

68X

88
b

30

/

J&D
M&N
Constr'n 4Ms 1955 ser B.M&N
Nashville Chattanooga & St L—
1st M 4s 1978 ser A
F&A
M&S
Eq tr 2X8 1941 1952
National Rys of MexicoPrior lien 4Mb—

104 X

1945--M&S
Southern Ry joint Monon
collateral 4s, 1952
J&J

„

1st gold 4s 1950--J&J
Indianapolis & Louisville—
1st guar 4s 1956—
-J&J
Indianapolis Union—
Ref & imp M 3 His ser B *86 M&S
(nternat-Great North Ry—
1st M g 6s 1952 series A—J&J
Adj M 6s July 1952 ser A.April
1st M 5s 1956 series B
J&J
1st M 5s 1956 ser O
J&J
Equipment trusts—
4Ms series B 1941-1942.A&O
fnternat Rys (Central America)—
Purch money 5s 1972——J&J

A&O

2003 ser C—A&O
1st & ref 4s ser D 2003—.A&O
'St. & ref iPMsser E 2003—A&O
Eq tr 2X8 1940-54------Ext mtge unif 3 Ms A 50--J&J
Ext mtge unif 4s B 1960--J&J
Atl K & Oln Div 4s 1955.-M&N
Pad & Mem Div 1st 4s *46-F&A
St Louis Div 2d 3s 1980—M&S

1st & ref 5s 2003 ser B

1.00

40 X

110M

1st & ref 4 X8

-

Morris & Essex 3 Ms 2000
Constr'n 5s 1955 ser A

109

1945--M&S

1.60%
1.65%

1.60
1.70

22

Louis—

Mob & Mont 4X8

65

1.25%

Louisville & Nashville—

2.10
2.00

J&J
J&J

Genl mtge 4s 1957
Gen mtge 4 His 1957
•Indiana Illinois & Iowa—

64

40

J&J
J&J

A&O

~

60
41

Equipment trusts—
2 Ms ser T 1941-1949—M&S
3s ser R. 1941-1952
M&S
4M»ser N, 1941
A&O
4Xa ser O, 1941-1942—J&J
4X8 ser P, 1944
A&O
4s ser Q, 1941-1944
F&A
111 Cent RR Co & Chie St L &
N O RR jt 5s, A, 1963—J&D
4 Ms aeries G, 1963
-J&D
Indiana Bloomlngton & Western—
1st ext 4s 1940
Indiana Harbor Belt RR—

Guaranteed gold 4s

1.70

20

Montgomery & Erie 1st 5s 1956-

1st mtge gold 5s 1946
J&J
Louisville & Jeffersonville Bridge

70

35

b

1935—A&O /

Louisville Henderson & St

88 X
88 X

60

1946—A&O

La & North West 5s

Sterling 3 Ms coll tr 1950—J&J
1st gold 3 Ms 1951
J&J
1st extended g 3Us 1951—A&O
1st g 3s sterling 1951
M&S

Montana Wyoming & Southern—
1st mtge gold 5s 1939
M&S f
Montauk Ext 1st 5s 1945
J&J

85

Ask

Bid

Bonds

Ask

84X

1969—.J&J

Equip trust 3 Ms to

_

—J&J

1951

Bid

Bonds

Ask

Bid

Bonds

marked "f" and income and defaulted bonds
possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date of issue

"and interest" except where

Quotations for all securities are as near as

1st

69

RAILROAD BONDS

DEC., 1940]

53 M

N

54M

45

50

105
F&A
35
1958..-M&N
& Western—
1st refunding 5s 1937
-J&J / 21
5M
2d mtge 4 Ms 1937
F&A
Y Short

Line 4s 1957

N Y & Stamford 4s
New York Susq

"

105M
125

106M
•

-

-

-

123

Called for redemption, see page 111.

6 Basis.

Gen mtge. 5s g 1940
Term 1st g 5s 1943

.——F&A
M&N

/Price includes accrued interest,

7
56

k Last sale,

70

RAILROAD
NOTICE—All

bond

prftcoa

are

Quotation* for all securities

Bid

Bonds

Ask

N Y Westchester & Boston Ry1st Mg4Hi 1946 guar.—J&J f
5M
100
Norfolk & Carol 5s 1946
J&J

6

12 M

16M
14M

12M

Ctfs of

dep (issued by reor¬
ganization manager) 1961

13 M
74M

„

Norf & 8outh 1st 5s 1941 —M&N
Ctfs of
dep (issued by reor¬

ganization manager) 1941lst gen g 5s 1954 opt
J&J
Norfolk Term 1st gu 4s '61-M&N
Norf Term & Transp 6s '48-F&A
Norfork & Western Ry—
1st con 4s 1996
North

Gen &

33

106

126M
_

126M

91

„

83 M
118M

J&D
M&S
£ef 4 Ms B stpd '74-M&S

85 M

112

Northern Ohio Ry—
1st gtd g 5s 1945A&O /
1st mtge g 5s (stamped cancella¬
tion of guarantee 1945--A&O /
_

Cons 1st g 5s July 1 1943--J&J
Pittsburgh Term RR & Coal—

42 M

48

50

62 Vs
53 M

57

120

99 M

105

100M
92

J&J

94

101M

Portland & Rumford Falls—
5s 1951
M&N

102M

100

Prov Sec deb 4s 1957 gu
Prov Ter 1st g 4s gu 1956

55 M

M&N /
M&S f

77

J&J

J&J

63

Ral & Gaston 1st 5s g 1947--J&J

Southern

24

23

Raleigh & S'port Ry 5s '65--J&D
Reading Belt 1st 4s 1950
M&S
Reading Company—

4

112

Ore RR & Nav cons 4s 1946-J&D
Ore Short Line 1st 5s 1946--J&J

117M
117M
5s 1946
J&J
Oregon-Washington RR & Nav—•
108M
1st & ref g gu 4s *61 opt.-J&J
PacFruit Express—See Sou Pac—
81
Pac of Mo 1st ex g 4s 1938--F&A /
77
2d ext 5s gold 1938
J&J f
1st

cons

4

guar

4

17

113M
U8M
109

1st extended 4Ms

105M

Paris-Orleans RR—

6% franc bonds (foreign series)
red to 1956
J&D
Paterson Extension 5s 1950. J&D
Paulista Ry 1st 7s '42 ser

7

}

25"

A M&S15 /

Pennsylvania Company—
28-year secured 4s 1963
F&A
Gu tr ctfs g 4s 1952
M&N
Gu tr ctfs g 3 Ms 1941
F&A
Gu tr ctfs g 3M8 1942
J&D
Gu tr ctfs g 3 Ms 1944
J&D
Pa*N Y Canal con 5s 1939" A&O
Cons 1st extend 5s 1949 A&O
Oons mtge 4 Ms 1939
A&O

63

106M
107M

A&O

57
52

Pennsylvania RR—
Con M 4s gold 1943
M&N
Con M 4s gold 1948
M&N
4s stamped 1948
M&N
Con M 4Ms gold 1960
F&A
Gen g 4Ms 1965
J&D
Gen g 5s Dec 1 1968
J&D
Gen M 4 Ms 1981 ser D—A&O
Gen M 4 Ms ser E 1984
J&J
Deb 4Ms 1970
A&O
Gen M 3 Ms ser O 1970—A&O
Oonv deb 3 Ms 1952
A&O
30-yr secured 4s 1941-1964-J&J b
Equipment trusts—
4Msseries D 1941
M&N
4s series E 1911-1949
J&J
2MsserlesG 1910-1950-J&D
2 Ms series H 1911-1952 M&N
2Ms Oct 1 1941-1954 -A&O
2 Ms series K 1941-1955.J&J

103M

121M
108M
115

104M
104M
93 M
97

1.00

1.70
1.75

cons 4s 1940.. A&O
Certitieates of deposit
2dconslnc 4s 1990
Apr 1
Peoria & Pekln Union Ry—
1st g 5Ms 1974 series A
F&A

Peoria Ry Ter 4s 1937 gu op. J&J /
Pere Marquette Ry—
1st i? 5s July 1956 ser A--J&J
1st g 4b July 1956 ser B-.J&J
ser

C..

Phila &

0.50%
1.60%
1.35%
1.40%
1.50%
1.50%

5

110M

74 %

62

64

65

..

65M
1.20%
1.40%
1.35%

1.50
1.80

1.75

102M

Gen 4s April 1 1960
A&O
Gen 5s 1974 series R_.
F&A
Gen M 4Mb 1977 ser C-. J&J

104M

Gen

,T& O

108

Phila & Chester Val 4s 1948. A&O
Phila Newton & N Y 3s 1942 A&O

87

.

4Mb <inries

D

108t

103M

109
122

122 M

109""

Piedmont &

4

96 M

4Ms series B 1942—.—A&O
4 Ms series C 1942
M&N
M&N

3Ms series E 1949

F&A

4s series F 1953
4s series G 1957
4s series H 1960

J&D

a

St Paul & Duluth—
1st consol a 4s 1968

97

107M

9

104

Pacific Ry—
1st gold 5s 2000

2d 5s Dec 1 2000
Gen & ref 5s 1977

Gen & ref 58 1979 ser G__A&0
Gen & ref 5s 1980 ser D
J&D

cons

6s 1945

ser

A

M&S

Certificates of deposit
5% secured notes 1931

F&A

F&A

...

.

Equipment trusts—
4Ms ser JJ 1941-1942.-A&O b
4Msser A 1941-1943
F&A 6

lstg4s May 1 1933. —_M&S/
ser

A ctfs of deposit
B ctfs of deposit

/
6s ser
/
Seaboard & Roanoke 5s 1931.J&J /
Seacoast RR prior lien 5s '48. A&O
Shamokin Sun bury & Lewisb'g—

92

Toledo Canada Southern & Det—
1st 4s 1956
J&J

85

1.25%
85

2M

~3M

4M

4Vs

114M

4s
2

B 1941-1943

ser

Ms

ser

M&N b

1.50

0 1911-1944
J&D b
D 1941-1952--M&N b

Toledo & Ohio Central—
Ref &
imp M 3 Ms ser A *60 J&D
St Mary^i Div 1st 4s 1951F&A
Toledo Peoria & Western RR—

70

101M

Tol Term 1st 4Mb "57 cu
M&N
Tol Walhoudlng Valley & Ohio—
1st g gU 4s 1942 ser O
M&S
Toronto Hamilton & Buffalo—

110

16
69 M
69

.

1st O'old 4s June 1 1946
J&D
Consol M 4M« 1966 ser A. F&A

68

107 M

4

83

Union Pacific—
1st ry & land gr 4s u 1947-

•

9

8M
M
3M
2M
4M
3M
4M
61M

62 M

7M

Deb 68

1946

3

Vandalia RR 4s 1955
Series B 1957

A—F&A
M&N
Vera Cruz & Pacific RR—
1st mtg g 4Ms

ser

105

114M
100M

114M
110M
100M

100 M

106M
1.25%

113

101M

1934

J&J /
J&J /

121

100
114
121

ill"

109

111M
111M

111

M&S

79 M

.81*

Vicksburg Shreveport & Pacific—
Gen 5s May 1 1941
M&N
ref & impt 5s 1973
M&N

100M

war

coupon

off

& scrip ret No. 5 on f

Vicksburg Bridge Oo—
s

f 4-6s 1968

Va & Southwest 5s 2003

73 "

97

94

70
42

M
1 Vs
IVs

Cash

1st

100M

M&S
M&S
—.M&S
F&A
—M&S

1979
General gold 4s 1944
1st 4s Sept 1 1948
1st 4Mb Feb 1 1973
Gen 1st g 3Ms 1951

July 1914
3 M

M&S

1st 4 Ms Sept 1

4

17
74

105 H

United N J RR & Canal Co—

Vs
3M
4%
4M
4Vs

J&J

Union Terminal Co (Dallas) 1st mtge 3M» 1967
—F&A

9K

2M
2M

10

77

35-year 3Ms debs 1971—M&N
U-ve »r 8 Ms debs 1970 ._A&0
Ref mtge 3 Ms ser A 1980--J&D
106
Eq tr 2 M8 ser E 1941-52. _J&J b
1.75
Union RR (Penn) 1st 5s '46-M&S
112

127
,

-

I*"

74 H

Transylvania RR 1st 5s 1956.J&J
Union Depot (Columbus, Ohio)—
Gen 4Mb 1946
J&J

69

95M

83 M

1st mtge 4s ser B 1967
J&J
Toledo St Louis & Western—
1st gold 4s April 1 1950-..A&O

116

75

71

1.00%

1.50

66

1.95

99 M
70

1.25

1.15%

Atlanta-Birmingham Div6s

67 M
68

66

91M

125

A&O
F&A /
A&O /

67

66 M
66 M

1.50

107 M

Adj mtge 5s Oct 1 1949
Ref gold 48 1959 opt
Certificates o f deposit

102

92

1.50

9M

Seaboard Air Line Ry Go—
1st gold 4s 1950
A&O

107M

106M

Tex Pac-Mo Pac Term RR—
1st M g 5Ms 1964
M&S

15 M

1st g 5s 1942
.M&S
1935. J&J
Schuylkill & Leh 1st 4* '48 M&N
_

J&D
Ann Mar
A&O

B

ser

i.00%
1.25%
1.25%

32 M

110M

F&A1

Texas &

1.15%
1.15%
1.15%

Aransas Pass—

Savannah & Atlanta 6s

91
97
82

9

72

1st guar g 4s 1943
J&J
San Fran Term 1st 4s 1950--A&O
Santa Fe Prescott & Phoenix—

106 M

76

9

8M

.

114M

97

9

14

-.J&J
Salt Lake City Union Depot
and RR 1st 5s 1938
M&N
Salt Lake & Ogden 5s 1934

1st &

10351

89

9M

8M
8M
8M

111M

103

F&A
'53 opt *10.J&J

F&A

8M

71

2d ext'd 5b 1945
J&J
Shrev Bdg & Ter 5s '55 gu
F&A
Sioux City & Pac 3Ms 1936--F&A

106M
110M

M&N,

66 M

64M
31M

b

70"

110M

f g 4s

Texarkana & Fort Smith—
1st M 5Ms 1950 guar

77A

J&D

10
65

Texas City Term 6s 1941-J&J '26
|Texas & New Orl 5s 1943
J&J

65 M

8M
7M

Paul Union Depot—
1st & re.' 5s 1972

&

4M

36
39

113 M

s

Ref & impt M 3Ms B '74-J&J
Terre Haute & Peor 5s 1942.M&S

22 M

111

1st

J&J

5s 1958.
A&O
Virginian Ry 3 Ms A 1966..M&S
cons

g

101M
90

87
83 M
59
106 Vs

88

,

66 Vs

107

110

Calif dfor redemption;see




65M
64M

J&J
J&J

A 1990

ser

105

See Industrial bonds.
Terminal RR Assn (St Louis)—

Seaboard-All Florida Ry—

117M
105

65

20 M

J&J

Equipment trusts—
4Ms series K 19U-1945-J&J

4

Pitts Cln Chic & St Louis—

4s series D 1945.

Gen & ref 5s

.

Northern—

3 Ms 1966
J&D
Pitts Bessemer & Lake Erie—
Cons gold 5s 1947
J&J

70

53

M&N

Receiver ctfs 3-3 Ms '45
-«?'

100" ~

Phila &

Reading RR—See "Read ing Co.
Philippine Ry 1st 4s 1937
4
J&J /
Certificates of deposit
3
3M

111

55 '

1.65

Stamped

113M

98

88

Scioto Val & N E 1st 4s 1989M&N

85

Bait Cent 4s 1951..M&N
Phila Bait & Washington—
1st ^old 4b 1943
M&N

86 M

4Ms series DD 1941-45.A&0

2d g inc 4s Nov 1989
1st term & unif 5s 1952

A&O

1st extend 3s 1948—
M&S /
Tenn Ala & Georgia 4s 1957
Tenn Coal Iron & RR—

4 Ms ser

St

74

5M
5M
5M

109M

,

1.65

San Antonio

M&S
Equip tr 4 Ms 1941-1945—M&N
Equip tr 2 Ms 1941-1947.-M&N
Equip trust 2Mb 19I1-46 -J&J
Perkiomen RR ext 3 Ms 1951.J&J
1980

104M
94 Vs
97 M

25"

22
100

1st consol gold 5s 1944

1.25

St Louis Southwestern—
1st g 4s 1989

J&J /

A&O

Gen ref

4s series CO 1911-1943.M&N b

55

107M
46

80 M
6

5M
3M
4M
4M

4Ms series BB 1941—fF&A &

104 M

3M

40

Tampa & Gulf Coast g 5s'53_A&0 /
Tampa & Northern RR—
5s (stamped 3s) 1936
J&J /
Tampa Un Term 4-6Ms '53--J&J /

Equipment trusts—
108M
115M

J&D

Tavares & Gulf RR—

B-J&J/

55

4M

8

77 M

Certificates of deposit
/
Cons in 4Mb 1978ser A
M&S/
Certificates of deposit stpd-- /

52

2.00

7M

f

1989

Berwick RR 5s 1952

33

7M

Prior lien 4s 1950 series A_ J&J

52

Peoria & East

26M

105"

M

Mortgage 4s Dec 1 1996-.J&D
St Paul East Gr Tr 4Mb '47.-J&J
St Paul & Kansas City Short Line
1st guar 4 Mb 1941
F&A

2.00

25M

Ry 4 Ms 1943
103
J&D
Stephenville Nor & Sou Texas—
1st M guar g 5s 1940 stmp. .J&J /
2M
Sturgis Goshen & St Louis Ry—

g

5s 1955-J&J /

77M

Susquehanna Bloomsburg &

31

Certificates of deposit
St L Peo & N W 5s 1948
J&J
8t Louis-San Francisco Ry—

114M
114M

84 M

82

J&J

Suffolk & Car con 5s 1952
Sullivan Co RR 6s 1944

36

St Louis Iron Mountain & Sou—
RIv & Gulf Divs 4s 1933-M&N

Certificates of deposit
Prior lien 5s 1950 series

.1.90
1.90
54
79 M
61

1st 3s Dec 1

105M
105M

St Lawr & Adirond 5s 1996--J&J
2d gold 6s 1996
A&O

89 M
90
100 M tol02M

2.00

50

,

4Mb 1941
J&
4 Ms stamped 1941
J&J /
St Clair Maa & St Louis Belt—
Alton Bridge 1st g 4s '51--J&J
88
St Clair Term RR 5s 1950,.M&S
115

104

107M
114M

48

con

104M

J&J

0.50%
1.00%
1.00%
1.65%
1.65%

1.40

Stark Elec RR 1st 7s 1952.J&D /

100

J&J "

59"

1.00
1.40

Spok Internat 1st

100

J& Jl/

54""

80 M

1st 4s 1995

102

M&S
J&D
5s 1939--J&D
Rio Gr So 1st g 4s 1940
J&J
Rio Gr West 1st 4s 1939—
J&J
1st coll tr 4s 1949 opt
A&O
Rock Island Ark & Louisiana—

64

92

55 M
75M
81M

Staten Isld

Rio Gr June 1st gu

Rutlahd

91M
54 M

75M

St Louis Div 1st g 4s 1951.J&J
>artanburg Union & Columbia—

1.10%

101M

1st mtge 3 Ms 1965

Rutl Can 1st g gu 4s 1949
4s stamped 1949

59 M
60

57 M

1 Ms series HH 1941-50-J&D b
J&J

|0M

80

103

Rich & Mecklenb'g 4s 1948-M&N
Richmond Term 1st 5s 1952_J&J

1st guar 4Mb 1934
M&S
Rock Island-Frisco Term Ry—
1st M 4Mb 1957
J&J

12

9

Railway—

Aiken Branch 4s 1998
1st Mem Div g 5s 1996

103

Delaware River Terminal
1st 5s 1942
M&N
Rensselaer & Sara 6s 1941-_M&N

1.75%

/

b

65M

1.45

St Johns & L Cham 5s 1944.M&S
St Jos & Grand Island 4s '47-J&J

48M

Penn Ohio & Detroit RR—
1st & ref 4Mb 1977 ser A__A&0
1st & ref 4 Ms series B 1981

1st 4Mb

109

50 M

A&O

mtge 4s 1939-Cons extend 4s 1949

107

105M
53 M

A&O

Cons 1st extend 4Ms'49
Oons

69""

100 Ms
105

62

•

Rich-Washington 4s 1943
83

Carondelet Branch—

1938.A&O f 75
75
St Louis City real est 5s '38 J&J /
103 H
Paducah & 111 1st 4 Ms 1955-J&J

64
80

Eq 4Mb 1941-1945 (s-a)..M&N
Philadelphia & Reading RR—
Imp M ext g 4s 1947
A&O
Extended 4 Ms Oct 1 1943—
Term 5s g gu May 1 *41 Q&F

4

2.00

2.50

4s series BB 1941-1943-M&S b
4 Ms series CO 1940-44--J&D b
1 Ms ser GG 1941-50.-M&N b

104

1951 opt'06..A&O
Gen & ref 4Ms 1997ser A__J&J
Gen & ref 4 Ms 1997 ser B.J&J

2.00

b

2.10

b

b

J&J
Develop & gen M g 4s '50-A&O
Develop & gen 6s 1956
A&O
Develop & gen 6 Ms 1956--A&O
Equipment trusts—
4 Ms series AA 1941
A&O

89

Jer Cent 4s

_

b

b
b

b

1st consol g 5s 1994

67

21
N'western Term Co 5s 1948-F&A /
21
N'western Term RR 5s Apr 1977
100
Norwich & Worcester 4 Ms '47M&S

63
9

1931

45 Vs

0.75%
1.25%
1.25%
1.75%
1.60%
2.10%
1.75%

1.25
1.65
1.65
2.25

R Co.
1st ref g 4s 1955 opt 1910--J&J

Raleigh & Augusta Air Line—
5s

41

36

Southern Pacific

77

21

1st

b

,

94

16

.1.

37

Equipment trusts—
4Ms series J 1941-1942..J&J
4Ms series L 1941-1944.J&D
4Ms series M 1941-1945M&N
2 Ms Aug 1 1941-1954
2 Ms series N 1941-1951 M&N
2 Ms series Q 1941-55--A&O
2 Ms ser Q Oct 1 1949-1951—
Paciflc Fruit Express—
Eq 5s 1941 D (yr)
A&O
Southern Pacific (Golden Gate
A&O
Ferries) 1st 5] s 1949

3

Prov & Wore 1st 4s 1947—A&O

1st M 5s 1945 series B
J&D
1st M 4Ms 1950serie8 O—J&J
Okla City-Ada-Atoka 6s '54-J&J

36M
35M
35M
45M

M&S
M&N

Stamped (Fed tax) 1955-J&J
101

2M

1.30%
1.25%
1.40%

Ogdensburg & Lake Ohamplain
/
3M
1st guar g 4s 1948
108M
Ohio Connecting 4s 1943—M&S
63
Ohio & Little Kanawha 5s '50 M&S
3
Old Colony RR 4s 1938
J&J /
.3...
1st M5Hb 1944
F&A

34 Vs

80

Potomac Val lstgu5sg 1941-J&J

55M
,

2.50%
2.75%
2.25%

117

62 H

54

1.75
1.70
1.90

57

56 M
3.50

lstgu 5s 1941-.J&J
(Me) Term gu 4s 1961.J&J

48"

33 Vs
40 M

57""

55

J&D
J&D

1961

72

M&N

108M
56 M

F&A

5s

117

ig

96

Eq tr 4s 1941 -1948
_F&A b
Eq tr 3 Ms Apr 1 1941-1946
b
3.50
Eq tr 2 Ms 1940-1946
J&D
2.00
Pitts Young & Ashtabula—
1st gen 4s series A 1948
J&D
105

Guar

13"

11

Southern Pacific 0<

92

Pitts & West Va Ry 4 Ms '58AJ&D
1st M 4Mb 1959 ser B
A&O
1st M 4Ms 1960 ser C
A&O

72 M

61

45

20

115

Port Reading

71M
42M

Q&J
Q&F
A.J&J
Ref & imp 6s 2047 ser B—J&J
Ref & imp 5s 2047 ser O—J&J
Ref & imp 5s 2047 ser D_._ J&J
b
Eq tr 2Ms 1941-1947
M&S
b
Eq tr 2Ms 1941-1946
J&J
b
Eq tr 2 Ms 1941-1950
F&A
Nor RR of N J gen 4 Ms 2000. J&J f

51

48

Coll tr 4s (OP) Aug 1 '49-.J&D
1st 4 Ms '(Ore Lines) 1977.M&S

18

Portl

Northern Pacific—
Prior lien g 4s Jan 1997
Gen lien g 3s Jan 2047
Ref & imp 4 Ms 2047 ser

Gen cons gu g 5s 1963
A&
Southern 111 & Mo Bridge Oo—

50

1st gen 58 1974 series O
1st 4Mb series D 1977

42
42 M

113

113M
104M

119K
119M

Ask

Bid

40-year 4Ms 1968

F&A /

1st M 5s 1962 series B

!

Bonds

Somerset Ry 1st & ref 4s '55--J&J
1st M 4s July 2 1950
J&J
uth Bound RR 1st 5s 1941 A&
f
South & North Alabama—

M&

Pitts & Shawmut 5s 1959-- J&D /
Pitts Shenango & Lake Erie—

70

f

Certificates of deposit

J&D
Gen M 5s 1975 ser B— ...A&O
Gen M 4Ms 1977 ser O—J&J
Pitts Shawmut & Northern—

6% receivers' ctfs 1929

Ask

118M
118M
112M
112M
103M

M&N

Unassented 1942
J&J
Pitts Va & Char gu 4s 1943.M&N

121

—

(Concl)
F&A

5s

^

Pennsylvania RR—

Gen g 3 3s. 1953
Northern Cer^t 5s 1974 A

75

ffl\H

Norrist'n & Maine 1st 4s *62 M&S

Bid

4Ms series I 1963
4 Ms series J 1964
Gen M 5s 1970 ser A

104

„

1st & ref g 5s '61 opt '15—F&A
Certificates of deposit reg...

Bonds
Pitts Cln Chic & St Louis

_

Norfolk Southern—

BONDS

"and Interest" except where marked "f" and Income and defaulted bonds
possible for the closing day of the month preceding tbe date of issue

are as near as

page

111.

b Basis.

/This price includes accrued interest.

A: Last sale,

n

Nominal,

r

Payable in Canadian funds.

and

marked "f

wh.r.

.«

71

BONDS

RAILROAD

dec., 1940]

Incoma

defaulted bonds

and

NOTQuoIWtioM torn»U ^^Sri'iyireMleL^Mm^lbiyyAb^c'^Ing cUy ot th« month preceding the' date of Iwue

Wabash Railroad co—

1st gold 6s 1939
2d gold 6s 1939
Deb mtge 6s series b
1st lien term gold 4s

„

12%

Omaha Dlv. 1st 3 %s g

40

5%
4%
5%
4 K
5%
4 K
5%
4 K
5%

-

Ref & gen 5s 1976 ser b—f&a
Certificates of deposit

Ref & gen 4 %s 1978 ser o. a&o
Certificates of deposit--Ref & gen 5s 1980 ser d—a&o
Certificates of deposit
—

-

2.50

eqto2%sser h 1941-47—a&o

50

48%

51%

69%
52%

62

64

92%

92

100%
1.25
1.50

1.70

107%
12%.
12%
2.00

101

0.75%
1.10%
1.40%
108%
13%
13%
1.25%

90

115

102%
1.50

1.15%

1 50

NAv 15 1941-19 30

White & Black River Valley—
1st 5s 1980
j&j

1

15%

12

15

1948
j&j
Wichita Union Terminal ry—

15

22

m&n

103

Wichita Falls & Southern—
5s extended

1st g gu

4 %s 1941 opt

Wilkee-Barre &
1st guar g

Eastern—

2%

j&d

5s 1942

Willamette Val Southern ry—
6s 1939--.
f&a f
Wilm & Newborn 4s 1947
f&a

2%

Sup & Dul Dlv 4s

29%
28

a&o

9

1936—.m&n

6

6%

5%

7

Certificates of deposit.
Marshfield & s'eastern di\
1951
Worcester &

28

16%

Certificates of deposit
1st & ref 4s 1959

-

Conn Eastern

10

4k

5%

1st gold 4mb 1943
-j&j
Yosemlte Valis f g 5s 1936—j&j

Cleveland & Pittsburgh—

stock—50

Regular guaranteed

stk.50

Special guar betterment
Colorado & Southern

...100

preferred..]00
preferred..100

4% 1st non-cum
4% 2d non-cum

igu) —100
Conn & Passumpsic pref (gu)_100
Consol Rys of Cuba 6% pref. 100
Cuba RR 6% non-cum pref..100
Dayton & Mich com (guar)
50
Preferred (guar).
-50
Delaware & Bound Br (guar) .100
Delaware & Hudson Co
100
Delaware Lack & Western— 50
Concord & Portsmouth

(guar Penn)
Denv & Rio Gr West 6%
Detroit Hillsdale and
Delaware

--.-25
pref.100
100

Southwestern (guar)
Detroit & Mackinac Ry

5% non-cum

preferred——100

18

15

100

preferred..100
preferred.-100

railroad

50
50

Preferred

x
x

Alabama & Vicksburg (gu) .—100

Albany & Susquehanna (gu>._100
Albany & Vermont (guar)
100
Alleghany Corp common
*
6%% pref (with $30 warr)_100
5%% pref (without warr) —100
2 % % prior conv pref
*
Allegheny & West (6% guar) .100
Atchison & Eastern Bridge—100

79

76
90

93

71

73

110

115

44

48

?16
10%
9

11'

19%

28*

76

80

40

17%

17%

56

Rank Co (gu).IOO

common—100
100
100

Georgia Sou & Fla
1st
preferred
2d preferred

Goshen & Deckertown (guar)..

Green Bay &
Greene (guar

60

Atlan & Char Air L (guar) —100

140

5% non-cum pref

100

16

Point

Atlantic Coast L RR com—.100

14%

(guar)—100

32

(gu)-100
Bait & Cumi>orland gu
-.50
Baltimore & Ohio common.-.100
4% non-cum pref
100
Bangor & Aroostook com
50
5% conv preferred
100
Beech Creek (guar N Y O)—50
Belgian National Rys Co—
American shares partic pref—
Boston & Alb (guar N Y C)
100
Boston & Maine common..100
Unstamped—
1st pref 5% class A
100
1st pref 8 % class B
100
1st pref 7% class C
100
1st pref 10% class D
100
1st pref 4 % % class E
100
6% non-cum preferred
100
7% prior preferred
—100
Stamped—
Common
100

7

Augusta & Savannah

Avon Gen & Mt Morris

—

5% class A._
8 % class B
7% class C
10% class D
4 % % class E
6% non-cum pref stamped..
1st

prof
1st pref
1st pref
1st pref
1st pref

70

$5 preferred
Hartford

Illinois

5

4%
5%
6

5%
28%

29%

31

33

10
1

91

1%

Pemigewasset Valley (guar)__100
Pennsylvania RR
50
Pennroad Corp com
1

2

2%
1%

Peoria & Bureau Val
Peoria & Eastern

1%

tr

5

'

ctfs—See

1%
2%

1%
3%

i

39

94

Piedmont & Northern

141

63

66
52

73

t4% 111 Cent stk ctf 1952.. 1000
Reading Co
50
4% non-cum 1st pref
50
4% non-cum 2d pref
50
Rensselaer & Saratoga (guar). 100
Roch & Genesee Val RR (gu)-100
Rome & Clinton (guar)
100
Rutland RR 7% pref
100
Rutland & Whitehall (guar).. 100
St Joseph South Bend & Sou—
Common
(guar)
-.100
Preferred
(guar)
100
St Louis Bridge 1st pref (gu) —100
2d preferred (guar)
100
St Louis-Sau Francisco Ry
100
6% non-cum preferred
100

50

3

We

We
49

47

I

3%
50

—

I

'

—

20

—

Mr

........

37

-

70

1

%
1

1%
1

%

•

55
66

63

90
155

152

%

2

2

5

1

3

3%

5%

17%
26%

17%

26%

3.5

55

St Louis Southwestern

14

5%

37

M>ec

urn

-r

Preferred
(guar)
ly-uis & MaBiv pref

38
64

68~~

19

1
1

2%
2%

1

2

1

3

1

%
4%
1

~2~"
5

1%

1%
1%

I"

100
100
100
100

1%

2

1%,

2%

1

&

Vl-ihoning
Pref

Coal

RR

.43
220

49

50

34%

%

"3"
12

31%

33

36

40

3%

3%

61

18
50

"6"

60

65

100

700

Mill Creek & MinehiP Nav (gu)25
Mine Hill & Schuyl Hav(gu)_-50

41

43

35

37

non-cum

100

1%
%6
1%

60

37

40

Morris & Essex (guar)

—50

37

15

117%
270
43

44%
85
105
160

177

64%
11

158%
52
16
82

3%
13%
25

20%
59
28

47

%
43

14
40

139
69

We
We
2%
4

100

31

24
28

85
7
115

5%
72
7
80
25
46

138

preferred

78%

46
10

104

25

44

32

58
61

%
%

%

69
24

57

3%
53
6

Corp—

preferred

I.ake Erie

Ry

4% prior lien
5%% cum preferred

2

56

Ry

n<>n-cuiii

Wheeling

%

30

100
100
.-100
100

We
70
95

101%

%

%

..100 x

Montgomery & Erie (guar)

2

8%
23%
38%

84

6%

2

100

pref (guar)

91

22%
2%
103

246

%

50

54

4
28%

5%
28%

Mobile & Ohio—See Southern Ry

89

*

100

Western Pacific RR

%

100

Pacific com
5% conv preferred
Mobile & Birmingham—

4%

70

100

100

7% preferred series A

*

6% preferred

19

Missouri

Central.

non-cum

Wabash

100
100
100

*

*

preferred... 100

common

525

50

com

27

100

19

500

4%
16%

Mo- Kan-Texas R R

52
12

25
100
5% non-rum preferred A
100
Ware River (guar)..
-.100
Warren N J (guar D L & W)_.50
West Jersey & Seashore <gu)._50
Western Maryland Ry com.
100
1 at preferred
100
4% non-cum 2d pref
..100

36"

5"

Minneapolis St P & S S M—
4% leased line ctfs
Mississippi Central..

15

25

Utica Clinton & Bingham (gu)100
Preferred (guar)
100
Valley RR (N Y) (guar)
100
Vermont & Mass (guar)
100
Vicksb Shrevep & Pac (guar). 100
5% non-cum pref (guar)
100
Virginian Ry—

104

59

5% preferred .16% prior preferred
Massawlppi Valley (guar)
Michigan Central (guar)

5c

70

38

8%
12%
21%

4%

95

101

100

90*
40

United N J RR & Canal (gu).100
Utlca Chen & Susq Val (gu) 100

20

(guar N Y Central)

80

60

8%

M iln» Central

Line common

Union Pacific common

2%

90

—

Air

Preferred

75

65

2%

Lykens Valley RR & Coal (gu)_20

100

Texas & Pacific Ry.
100
Troy & Bennington (guar)
100
Troy & Cohoes
50
Troy & Gr'bush (gu N Y C).. 50
Tunnel RR of St Louis (guar) .100

5

41

.100

preferred

non-cum

Tennessee

17%

200

.100

Nashville

78%
96%
6%

93

24

4%
16

100

.100

100
5% non-cum preferred
100
Mob & Ohio stk tr ctfs (gu)_100
South-West'n (Georgia) (guar) 100
Stony Brook (guar).....
100
Sussex (guar D L & W)
50
Syracuse Bing & N Y (gu)__.100

102

50

(guar)

112%
150

Southern Pacific Co new...
Southern Ry common.

2%
39%

100
50

guar..
betterment stk

211

40%
%
%

4-2%

Lexington Union Station—
Preferred (guar).
Little Miami original

We
%

i*

Shamokin Vail & Pottsv (gu)__50
Sharon (guar Erie)
;
50

38%

50

Preferred

non-cum

Seaboard

15

50

Valley

50

Schuylkill Valley Nav & RR(gu)50

2

100

-

110

Saratoga & Schenectady (gu).IOO

RR Secur* Co

preferred

74

%
13%
14%
28%
109%

Railroad Securities Co—

48

%

100

*

47

12%

7%

com

100
100
100

Pgh Bess & Lake Erie (guar)
50
Preferred
(guar)
50
Pitts Cin Chic& St Louis (gu)-100
Pitts Ft W & Chic com (gu)__10()
7% pref (guar Pa RR )
100
Pittsburgh & Lake Erie
50
Pittsburgh & West Virginia
100
Pitts Yoimgstown & Ashtabula—
Preferred
(guar)
100
Pittsfield & No Adams (guar). 100
Portland & Ogdensburg (guar) 100
Prov & Worcester (guar)
100

12%
2%

Western... 100

Rys (Cent Am)

100

Phlla Germ & Norris (guar).. 50
Phila & Trenton (gu Pa RR)_100

41

90

11%
1%
7%

A..1 OP

-.100

Marquette Ry com
5% preferred
5% prior preferred
Peterborough (guar)

83

100

Conn

(guar)_-100

Pere

30

11%

Non-cum 6 % pref series
Leased lines (guar)
Stk

Louis vill«

15

No par

1%

Louisville Henderson & St Louis

89%

10

•

84%
50

__

1

"2%

Lb Schuvl Nav RR & OoaKgu)

Boston & Providence

j

40

1st pref (guar)

2d preferred (quar)

&

50
100

83

14%
1%

Central

(guar)
(guar)

48%

13%
1%

l

Del Exten

Paterson & Hudson River (gu)_50
Paterson & Ramapo (guar)
60

50
2

....

Delaware

Passaic &

74

*

preferred
Gulf Mobile & Ohio

Lehigh

3%

Passaic &

138

72

.....100
com..
*

DL&W)

6^

.

Boston RR

Catawissa RR

•
— *
lOf.
100

Western

Jollet & Chicago(guar).
100
,Kal Allegan & Gr Rap (gu)—100
K C St L & Chic— Pref (gu)-.lOO
Is" Kansas City Southern new
*
16%
4% nnn mm preferred
..100
Kansas Okla & Gulf pref A—100
35
Lackawanna RR of N J (gu).-100
Lake Superior & Ishpemlng— 100

100
100

(guar).. 100
Holding pref
100
Camden & Burl Co (guar)
25
Canada Southern (guar)
100
Canadian Pacific
25
Caro ClinchfJeld & O (guar) .100

jj

63

15

Atlantic Coast L Co of Conn..50

Atlanta & West

10

Gulf Mobile & Northern com. 100

57

Atlanta Birm & Coast pf (gu)-100

Quebec (guar)
100
Oswego & Syrac (gu DL&W) 50

130

European & North Am (guar) 100

Intornat

Fe_100
100

Atchison Topeka & Santa

Ontario &

4l"

39

85

Northern Ry—
Iron Ore Prop trust ctfs
Preferred (capita) stock

stocks

92

106

80

(guar)..100
(guar).100
100

i

Ogden Mine RR (gu Cn N J)_100
Old Colony (gu NVNH&H)..100
Certificates of deposit

50

Wayne & .Tack nr^f
Genesee & Wyoming

w

non-cum

Northern Pacific Ry
100
Northern RR of N H (guar)„100
Northern RR of N J (guar)
100
Norwich & Worcester pf (gu)-100

114

71%

Ft

--100

Ry
-100
pref
100
No Carolina (guar Sou RR)__100
North Pennsylvania (guar)t
50
Northern Cent (guar Pa RR)- 60

95
88

14%

100

preferred

Norfolk & Western

a

47

Fort St Union Depot

conv

N Y Ontario & Western
Norfolk & Southern com

%

50
50

(guar)

Erie & Pitts (guar Pa RR)—

Great

A1 Great Southern com

1
2%
We
K
We

100

common

4% non-cum 2d
Erie & Kalamazoo

7%

1%
2%

..100

Rockaway (guar)—100

Georgia RR &

31

m&n
Ry—

—

4% non-cum 1st

108

j&j

Preferred

Erie

Wisconsin Central Ry—

1949

-20
100
100
Clearfield & Mahoning (gu).._50
Cleve Cine Chicago & St Louis—
Common
(guar)
100
5% non-cum pref (gu)
100
Common

Oin Union Term 5% pref

50
50
Elmlra & W'msport (guar)— 50
Preferred (guar)
50

114%

j&j

J 00
100

East Mahanoy (guar)-—East Pennsylvania (guar)

95

Winston-Salem Terminal Co—
1st s f guar 3%s 1970
m&s
1st gen g 4s

common--.100

Preferred (guar)--—--- —100
CIn New Orl & Texas Pacific—

Dover &

65

Winston-Salem Southbound—

1960

preferred

Detroit Manufacturers (guar)

30

98%

Wilmington & Nor 4%s '77..j&d
Wilmington Ry Bdge 5s *43.a&o
1st gold guar 4s

r

100

com

97

——.

Adjust 4%

6% preferred

100

com.

(gu)----- 50
Non-cum pref (gu)50
N Y Lack & West (guar)
100
N Y New Haven & Hartf
100

1%
2%

1

Cincinnati Inter-Terminal—

67

2%

2%

7% preferred

101%
108%
110%

-

1st

100

Pacific-

2%
%

1%

preferred wi
Chicago & North Western—
New

(gu)—100

6% preferred series A
N Y & Harlem

1%

1%
2%
%

New common w i

Chic R i & Pacific

Equipment trust 5s
1913
Western Ry of ala4%s *58--a&o
Wheeling & Lake Erie rr—
1st consol gold 4s 1949—m&s
Refunding 3%s 1966
j&d
Eq tr 2%s f Nov 15 1941-1949.
series g

40

N Y Chic & St Louis

%

V

preferred w I
-50
preferred old
- -100
Chicago Ind'polis & Louisville—

preferred

45
20

New Orleans Great Northern.100
New York Central RR
*

1%
3%

%

New 5%

4% non-cum

37"

2%

4 %

Chic Milw St Paul &

47

New London Northern

50

i

w

New common

Maryland 4s 1952-a&0
1st & ref 5%s 1977 ser a— j&j
Eq tr 4kb e 1940-1941—j&d
Eq tr 2%s 1940-1946
j&d
Eq tr 2s g 1940-1949
West n y & Penna 4sl943.a&0
Western Pacific rr Corp—
1st m 5s 1946 series a
m&s
Assented 5s 1946

s

6

2.00

64%

Western

1

6%
4%

common

25
25

Original (guar L & N)
Unstamped (guar L & N)

55
34

Chicago Great Western—
New

37

96

95

,

N ew

West Virginia & Pittsburgh—
1st g s f 4s 1990
a&o

^

4%
6%
4%

30

Warren 1st ref g 3%s 2000—f&a
Washington Central ry—
1st 4s Mar 1 1948
q-Mar
Washington Co Ry 1st g guar
3%s Jan 1954 opt 1924
j&j
Washington & Franklin ry—.
1st extend 4%s 1954
-j&j
Wash Term co—3%s 1945--f&a
1st gold 48 1945 guar——f&a
Washington & Vandemere—_
1st 4%s 1947
—f&a
West Shore 1st 4s 2361
j&j

42

29

60
100

Nashv Chatt & St Louis
100
Newark & Bloomfleld (guar)..50

2%
42%

2%

Bid

Mt Carbon & Pt Carbon (gu)
Nashua & Lowell (guar)*
Nashville & Decatur—

3

15

14

11%

a—m&s

Certificates of deposit

Chesapeake & Ohio common—25
Preferred series A
100
ChestAut Hill (guar)
-60
44
Chicago Burl & Quincy
100
6
Chicago & Eastern Illinois—
New common w I
-*
New preferred w I_.
5%
-40
6%
6% old preferred
- — 100

26
46

'41.a&0

Cayuga & Susq (gu D L & W) .30
Central of New Jersey
—100
Chattahoochee & Gulf (guar)-100

Chesapeake Corp

4

1939-j&j
1954-j&j
Det & Chic ext 1st g 6s *41. j&j
Des m Dlv 1st g 4s 1939--j&j
Toledo & Chic 4s g 1941—m&s

Wabash Railway co—
Ref & gen 5%s 1976

42%
13%

42

*—m&n
f&a

Par

Morris & Essex Exten

20

18%
2%

(guar). 100

Stocks

Ask

Bid

Par

Stocks

Ask

Bid

Bonds and Stocks

value
t Quotations represent dollars per $100 face amount,
k Last sale
a Nominal,
x
Mix-dividend.

10
50

a

Called for redemption,

see

page

111.

6 Basis.

/This price includes

accrued interest,




\

Investing Companies Stocks and Bonds
NOTICE—All

bond

prices

are

Quotations for all securities

Par

Stocks and Lionds

Ask

Bid

where marked "f'

"and interest'* except

Stocks and Bonda

Par

J&D

Ooll trust 4s 1947

4 34s stamped 1946
F&A
Aeronautical Securities——---1

1.25
J&J

Affiliated Fund com
Sec

conv

1949

deb 4s

Air Investors

Convertible
Warrants

I

6

*

Inc

preferred.--—---*

10133
100 Hi
108
!

633

1
1

Accumulative series

AA

(modified)—ACO (modified)

9.55

2.63

2.88

1003-3
134
22

10134

1
1
*48-Q-F
-

Credit Service deb 6s

w w

♦Crum & Forster Inc com..

233
1333

6.20

102 34
6.30

2.90

3.20

33
We

Domestic

Finance

36*
4*

Amer Discount Co of Ga $2 pref-*
Amer Elec Sec partic pref
1

1.20

*

2833

2833

__._*
__*

233
33
1733

17.51
15.82

18.61
11.49

5%

conv

preferred

50

Associated Gen Util com v t c—*
Inc deb 5sww 1956
M&N /
Income deb 4s 1961
M&N /
Associated Stand. Oil Shs
2
Associates Investment Co
♦

100
1953.A&0
Atlas Corporation common
5
6% preferred
50
Option warrants.
Aviation Capital common
Axe-Houghton Fund Inc
♦Bankers Nat Investing com
1
5% preferred
-.5
Bankers Securities Corp com
50
6% preferred
50
Basic industry Shares.-—10

♦Blair & Co
Blue Ridge Corp common

50

33

5
50

5

3733
9533

4933
33,

19.61

21.32

10.73

11.54

4

533
533

4

21

133

"134

3834

39
14.88

34
13.84
19
26c

23.99

20

22

12.44

13.64

33

34

11

12

57
2.65

A&O
Ltd
1

Canadian Pow & Pap Invest Ltd—
Deb 5s8erie8 A 1958
F&A

Capital Administration cl A
$3 cum pref series A
Carey Trust of N Y
Original
Carriers & General Corp

59

51

13

-

$6 preferred
Deb

67

.1

3

7s

4)4%
$4.25

conv

conv

Commonwealths Distrib'n Inc-.l
Commonwealth

Investment

1

.

Commonwealth Loan 5% pref 100
Commonwealth Securs common. 1

Preferred
Consolidated Invest Trust com
Consumers Credit Serv 6s 1962

—

.

I
1
.

Continental Securs 5s 1942 M&N /
Continental Shares

common

♦,
♦6% preferred..
1001
Corp Securs 5% ctfs 1935..M&S /

3

5

com

Invest

*

com

.

1034
16

8633
I.7

58

5.31
6

Wide Securities—

Agricultural
Automobile
Aviation

*

25c

1.07

1

II.22

...

-

-

3.39

7.08
4.67
10.69

-------

8.26

Building supplies
Chemical....

5.33
7.83

-

Electrical equipment

7.16

insurance

9.79

Machinery

8.03
6.65

27

33

Gotham Credit class B
5
Great Britain & Canada Invest¬

A&O

"134

Class

4.76

Automobile Shares
-

-

5.24

4.20
8.04

4.63
8.84

Shares

Equip Shares

5.36
4.29

5.28

Tobacco Shares

4.41

5,81
4.86

We
33

33
33

1

com

$6 1st preferred
*
$3 2nd preferred
*
Debenture 5s series A 1948.M&S

Yi

Heller (W E) common
Preferred w w

Preferred

-

25

x-w

24

2733

*

com

5% preferred

100

♦Huron Holding Corp
Hydro Elec Secur

Investors

5

100

Preferred

106

25
-.25

6% preferred..

14

Inland Investors
Institutional Securities Ltd—
Bank Group shares

*

108

104

110

3933
1

Internat Securities 7% pref
International Utilities class A

1.40

14.85
2.24

34

1033

1233

10
\

p

14

33
33

734
133

1

1.09
1.36

J&D
North American Trust Shares—
4s

1951

1953

5

34
4

60c

$1.75 preferred
$3.50 prior preferred
Interstate Bond Co—

2133

433scoll tr AAA 1941-43.-A&O
5s coll tr B B B 1944-51.... A&O
4s coll tr CCC 1939-42-- -M&N
Invest Bond & Share 5s A'47. J&D
Investment Co of Amer..10

Class B

,033
*
*

8 33

2634

3Xe
12

1958.

37

1.99
2.43

1

2.03

Ohio Finance Co. 434s 1949.F&A

10133
1733

Common

Oils & Industries
Preferred
Oilstocks Ltd

*

1

com

1

5

Oklahoma Carey Trust
Oklahoma Southern Trust
10
Old Colony Invest Trust Com..*
Debenture 4 33s Feb 1 1947...
Debenture 433s Dec 15 1952...
Old Colony Trust Assoc
*
Overseas Securities Co
Deb 5s April 1 1948

_*

-

A&O

Pacific Eastern Corp
Pacific Finance Oorp (Calif)
Pacific Southern Invest pref
Class A

1
10

*
*

$3

conv

40

18.51

134

3*5*
234
234
100
100
16

233
80
4

1033
27
4

*

-

Petroleum Corp of Amer--Phoenix Sec Oorp

5
*
10
10c

-

pref class A

Plymouth Fund Inc
Provident Loan Society 6% ctfs..
Prudentla' Investors

"634
733
3634
36c

114

*

$6 preferr 1
(Geo) Fund
Quarterly Income Shares
5% deb series A 1942
Putnam

8

*
1
10c
M&N

102

12.52
5.50
100

Employees* Corp—

Class A

*

8

*

common

Preferred

1033
734
10033
104 34
33

com

100

Conv coll 4 34s ser "11" '55 A&O
Railway & Util Invest A
1
3 33 % preferred
Representative Trust Shares
10
Conv 433s ser A 1950
Reynolds Invest 5s 1948

4

8.92
3.46

F&A
A&O

9833
5733

Common stock

$6

17.12

95

2.48

preferred

*

Oorp
Royalties Management A
♦Schoellkopf Hutton and

9934

4234

1

Rossia International

9933
100

89

1

"533 Republic Investors Fund
2833

10333
333

*

Preferred

1

733

75c

*

1933
2833

1333

Collateral

-----

A33
niP:

Deb g 6s 1940 B with war
J&J /
Insuranshares Co of Delaware.. 1

50c

5c

2

100

Railway & Light Securities

2733
25

33

1.23

—

3.67

1.29
13.81
2.01

98c

Insurance Group Shares
Insull Utility In vest-

Insuranshares (Md) ctfs Inc
1
International Holdings & Inv___*

98

28c

5

common

A preferred

North American Bond Trust Ctfs.
Noith American Tnvest Corp—

Railroad

-

12

3133

10933

6.88

Class B

1

Industrial Securities Corp

64

114

5

Industrial Finance vtc

3134
10134
3933

8c

133

Independence Fund of N A

"f.OO

6233
10733

-1

Income Foundation Fund

106

10
26

Independence Trust Shares.-.-. *

106

834
24

Illuminating & Power Securities—
1st preferred
—100

-

28 33

26

2
25

5.77

_

Niagara Share Corp (Md)—
Conv deb 5Ws 1950
M&N
Class B

4733

.

33

Bond &

2

23

6.50

Guardian Investors

110

1133

9.29

25

8% preferred

2.63

1

91

2033

22

1

Railroad equipment
Steel stocks.

We

133

4

733
9533

Railroad

Incorporated

3.38

233

Oils

3.92

55

*

35

14

Railroad

140

._*

60

Steel Shares

105

100

preferred

preferred

Mutual System com..

27

10034

42

Household Finance

75c
13

M

46

i"o". 15

Commercial Invest Trust.

*

3.89
3.55

-

8.68

28

Metals

1

5.85

82

*

We
1733
33
6234

6.69

433
3.45
18.12

11

434

51

M&S

Morris Plan Indus Bank (N Y).10
Mutual Investment Fund
..10

National

79.50

4333

xs

10433
10433
10433
10433
10433
10433

1947

Bank stocks

30
101

3.03

17.21

Q-J
100
Commercial Banking common. .1
$1.20 preferred
10
pr 7% preferred
,__20
Commercial Credit common
10

28*
10033
33
1633
33

ji

33

5.31

27.06

Q-F
Q-M

1

4.96

2.74
4.87

/8

6s series AC 1952..
Collateral Loan

4.55

Investing Shares
;
Merchandising Shares
Mining Shares

45

-

x-w

2133
4.05
31.70

38

333
10033

2.620

6s series AA 1953
6s series AB 1948

34
57

4.09

16.18

Q-J

33
5534

8.89

9.33

series D 1956

100

97

3.71

135

3s 1953
M&N
Monroe Loan Society class A
1
Morris Plan common
5
Preferred
10
Sec 6s

40

1

common

*
Debenture 433s w w 1950.M&S
Midland Invest Corp (Mo)—

(Colo) ser B shares
(Md) voting tr shares
New England Fund
New York Stocks, Inc —

8.09

100

Securities A

Partic preferred

28.97

Food Shares

2.950

...

&

26.94

Electric Equipment Shares

-----1

Preferred

Merchants

50
Manufacturers—

Nation

42

25.16

Cleve Securities 4-6s to 1943-J&J
Collateral Bankers Inc—
7s series A & B 1950
Q-F
7s series C 1959
Q-M

partic preferred

10433

"533

5.60

100

City Investing Co

conv

10333

533

6.34

4

1956

5%

.

104

4.01

5.09

33
234
33
33

10c
Marine Midland Corp
.5
Maryland Fund Inc.
10c
Massachusetts Investors Trust
1
Mass Investors Second Fund Inc.
Mass Utilities Associates vtc
1

100

5.76

_*

100

*

Manhattan Bond Fund Inc

5% preferred ser A w w
100
Nat Bond & Share Corp
*
Nat Indus Loan 7s 1957_.Q-Jan
National Investors Corp
1
Nat Trust Shares Rernodlfled
1

Shares

com.—100

—

Securities

5.14

M&S

*

ment Corp 4)3s 1959
Group Securities, Inc.—
Agricultural Shares

—*

Preferred

I

5.75

Gleneagles Invest 5s June 15 1944
Globe Indus Loan 6s 1955
J&J

2

Christiana

*
J&J

B6 conv pref w w
'
German Credit & Investment—
Pref allot ctf 25% 1st pref.

23

Chemical Fund..

16.76

4.38

Building Shares

1

1
*

*

1
10

Lehman Corporation--.—._1
Liquidating Shares
Loomis-Sayles Second Fund
10
Loomis-Sayles Mutual Fund
*

National Aviation

45

1#4

.1

$6 preferred
Conv deb 5s 1953

94

common

4.00

3.50
35
15.42

Chemical

20

Chartered Investors
$5 preferred

1952

Gen'l Realty & Utilities com
$6 preferred
Gen Shareholdings Corp com

433

♦Central

—

1

1534

Petroleum

100

Chain Store Investors Trust.

Feb

F&A
General Capital Corp
*
Gen Finance conv deb 5s *51. J&D
General Investment Corp.....1
$6 preferred
*

3.45

Deb 5s with warr 1950.-M&N
Cent Invest Corp 5-6s '57. -A&O

6% cum preferred
Century Shares-Trust

5s

*

8.73

72

42

100
100
100
100

A..1

3.13

2.50
3.48

46

*

Nat Corp class A
•
♦Class B
•
Central States Electric Oorp._.l

ser

Fundamental Investors Inc
2
Fundamental Trust Shares Inc—
Class A
2
Class B
*
General American Investors...*

53

334
3933

-10

Conv pref series of 1929

6.64

2.25

Aviation Shares

1

7% preferred
Conv preferred

1733

5.99

-

Fund
Warr Trust

Goodall Securities

11c
21.27

*
25

Fund

Invest.

17.86

1533

5

27

Bank stock series
_10c
Insurance stock series
..10c
Fixed Trust Shares series A
10

5633
1134

106

Canadian Internal Inv Trust—

Canadian

16.60

--10

First Mutual Trust Fund
Fiscal Fund, Inc.—

Warrants
General Investors Trust
General Public Service Oorp

3.44

2033
5533
1033

1

5s series A 1959

26

Fulton Indus Sec units.

"733

7

4833

5

Burco, Inc common
$3 conv preferred

*
*

Foundation Trust Shares

1

Fund Ltd

1834
26

20

5

Brooklyn National Corp

*

Foreign Power Secur 6s '49 J&D

11

1
100

preferred

1

26.98
33
2033
1934

*

common

$1.50 preferred series A
$1.50 preferred series B
Fidelity Fund Inc
♦First Boston Corn

21

434
3634
9434

1

Boston Fund Inc
Boston Investment Co
British Type Investors A
Broad St. Invest Co Inc

nWe
20

preferred

conv

78

25.09

18

._*

$2.50 prior preferred
*
Beneficial Loan Society com
*
6% profit share deb 1956--Q-J

Bullock

39

333
10033
1333
2834

-

-

conv

34

$3

Family Loan Society

2434

76

10c

Equity Corp common
6.79

"634

6

2234

5

16

5% preferred

Beneficial Industrial Loan

*

1734

72

5

$6 preferred
Equitable Invest Tr (Mass)

333
2934

333
10034
1234
2734
4833
34

Atlantic Secur 43*s A

$3

Empire Capital Corp A

6.15

35

*

Empire Power Corp partic stk.*

333
2833
3133

$2 33 preferred
$3 preferred

$2 preference

133
433

3.58

Knickerbocker

1st 5 Hs series B 1945

69

134
We
1633
1634

Economic Inv Tr Ltd 5sA'57M&N

12.53
8.81

-

Series S-4
Larkins

10.62

Lawyers Mtge Inv (Boston)—
67

5
..*

X

10234
10234

10c

5.60

Eaton °& Howard Balanced Fund.
Eat/m & Howard St >ck Fund

40

-------

Series S-2

Dominion-Scottish Invests Ltd—
1 st coll 4s series A 1952
J&J

30

6.36

14.84

-----

Series 8-3

3.35
4.95
1.09

pref

29

10

13.30

-

Series K-2

2.69

--25c

Dividend Shares

8

34

28.24
20.74

-----

Series B-3

2.50

-

Series B-l
Series B-2

4.23

1

D shares

68

J&J
-1

2133

Keystone Custodian Fund—

32""

Diversified Trustee 8hares—

28

Amer International Corp
Conv 533 s 1949
American investment (111)

25
Italian Superpower Oorp A com.*
Deb 6s 1963 (ex-warrants. _J&J

common

Series K-l

28

American General Corp
S2 preferred

3034

133

---*

M&N
10c

251
2

133

•7% cum preferred

Amer Cities Pr & Lt cl A—-..25
Class A opt div ser w w
25
Class B
1

5s series B 1958
Amer Foreign Investing

'233

Deposited Bank Shs N Yser A..1
Deposited Insur Shs ser A-...1

12 H

*

American European Secur
__*
Ooll tr s f 5s 1958ser A-_.. J&J

X

25

Investors Trust
Preferred

Series B-4

We

10

% Eastern Equities Corp
We Eastern States Corp com
12
$7 preferred series A
$6 preferred series B_
7134

preferred
$5.50 prior pref--

9.85

Preferred

2.09
251

share

34

17.22

100

C shares

10c

S3

Per

15.93

preferred

Bid

9.23

-—100

♦8%

10

♦Crum & Forster Insursb B

133

Capital Corp A..—---10c

Par

Royalty

Cumulative Trust Shares——..*
Delaware Fund
1

2

26

2

10134

Bonds

1
25

Investors

25

$3 convertible preferred-*
♦Amerex Holding Corp
-10
Amer British & Cont 5s *53 F&A
Amer Business Credit A
1
Amer Business Shares.—
1

ana

Investors Fund of Amer Series Cl

2.19
2.09

2733

26

Class B

Stocks

share

2834
11933
2934
11233

(Mass)—-

Deb 433® with comshs 1967—Aldred Investment Corp (Can)—
Deb 4>3s with com shs 1968—
Alliance Investment com—
*
Allied Int Investing Corp—

Amer

Corporate Trust shares old ser—1
AA

.X

Aldred Invest Trust

Per

103

8.60

Ask

Bid

Per. share

Adams Express com
Ooll truBt 4s 1948--

and income and defaulted bonds

possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date of issue

are as near as

Pomeroy Inc common
.10c
Scudder. Stevens & Clark Fund

33
20c

34
80.49

Continued.on page 84
♦

Quotations not furnished by sponsor or issuer.

k Last sale

n

Nominal,




r

Canadian price,

*

No par value.

x Ex-dividend

a

Called fnr redemption; see page 111.

e

Ex-coupons.

/ Flat price.

Utilities

Public
(Includes street and electric railways, peas,

NOTICE—All bond

Quotations for all

Adriatic Electric Co (Italy)—
Extl s f 7s 1952
A&O f

6s

30

1951-F&A

107%
105%

1946

104

M&N

102%
105%

J&D
M&S

109

106%
104%
102%
106%

Alabama Water Service Co—

J&J a 102
5s 1930..J&J / 38
General 5s series A 1947-.J&D /
36
1st M 5s 1957

Albany Ry 1st
All America

A

ser

cons

Corp—

89

Cum income 4s deb B
A&O
Alliance Pub Ser(Ohio)5s '57 M&S
Altoona & Logan Val Elec Ry—
1st coll 4s Jan 1 1954
J&J

42

91

87
85

American Community Power—

7
5%s Certificates of deposit 1953 /
18
Amer Elec Pow deb 6s '57 M&S15 /
American & Foreign Power Co—
Deb g 5s 2030
M&S
50%
5
Amer Fuel & Pow 7s 1934.J&J /
American Gas & Electric Co105%
2%s s f debs 1950
J&J
109%
3%s s f debs 1960
J&J
111%
3%s s f debs 1970
J&J
59%
Am Gas & Pow deb 3-5s '53.F&A
63
Secured deb 3.6-6s 1953
J&D
102%
Am Pow & L deb 6s 2016
M&S
75%
Amer Rys Corp coll 4%s '53.A&0

51

,

A&O

Debenture 4%s 196JJ

53

106

109%
112%

60%
65

102%
77%
55

American States Public 8ervlst I 5 %s 1948 ser A
M&N /100%

M&N

104»»32

104%

25-year deb 3 %s 1961
A&O
30-year deb 3%s 1966
J&D
Amer Util Service 6s 1964--M&N

110%
110%
90%

Berlin City Elect 6%s
Sink fund deb 6%s

110%

Deb 6s Apr 1,' 1955
Berlin Elec Elev & Underg

J&D /
Teleg—

1st extend 6s

92

110
M&N
101%
J&D
Ana&Pot R RR-See WashRy&El
100
Anchorage Lt & Pow 7-9s'43 F&A
Androscoggin & Kennebec Ry—
1st 6s 1940 (unstmpd)
M&S / 33
f 22
Stamped ctfs of dep
60
Androscoggin W Pow 6s "45-F&A f
4s 5s-5%s 1955
F&A
Appalachian Electric Power—
106%
1st mtge 4s 1963__
F&A
103%
S f deb 4 %s 1948
F&A
127%
Appalachian Power 6s 2024--J&J
Ardmore St Ry—See Phlla Co.
Deb 6s

1975

ser

ser

A

B

110%
102%
102

65

106%
104%
130

Arizona Edison Co—
Income 5s

J&J
A&O
-F&A

I960..

Income 6s

1960

Arizona Power 5s I960

F&A

1st & ref 4%s 1950

96%
98%
104%

97%
99%

184

Arkansas-Missouri Pow Corp—

A 1965
J&D
Arkansas P & L 1st 5s 1956.A&O
1st mtge

4s

ser

104%
105%

105%
106%

Arkansas Western Gas Co—

1st s f 6s ser A 1953
A&O
Ashtabula Wat YVks 5s 1958-A&0
Elect 4%s
5a Jan 1 196r

Assoc

J&J

1953

J&J

Associated Gas & Elec Co—
Conv deb 5%s 1977
..F&A /

M&N f
F&A /
Conv deb 4 %s 1949
.J&J /
Conv deb 4 %s 1948
-.M&S /
Cons ref deb 5s 1968
A&O /
/
/
8 fine deb 4 %s O 1983—.M&S /
8 f inc deb 4s D 1983
M&S /
8 fine deb 4%-5%s A 1986 F&A /
8 f inc deb 5-6s B 1986---M&S /
Conv A 58 2002
Q-F /
Conv A 6s 2002-.---.
Q-M /
Conv A 7s 2002
/
Scrip 4s 1941
Scrip 4s 1942
Associated Gas & Elec Corp—
8s ex-warrants 1940
M&S /
Conv deb 5%s 1973
F&A /
Conv deb 5s 1973
J&D /
Conv deb 4%s 1973
J&D f
Conv deb 4s 1973
M&S /
Income deb 4%s 1978
F&A /
Income deb 4s 1978
A&O /
Income <deb 3 %s 1978
M&N /
Income deb 3%s 1978
M&S /
Conv deb 5s 1965

Conv deb 5s 1950

-

$3

100

105%
44%

45

49

50

12%
10%
12%
12%
12%
12%
7
7
7
10
7
7
1%
1%
1%

13%
11%
13

13

13%
13%
10

Deb 6s series A 1958

Associated Telep & Teleg Co
Deb 5%s 1955 ser A
M&N
Associated Telephone Utilities—
Deb 6s series A 1941
M&S /
Certificates of deposit
/

1942-A&0 /
Certificates of deposit
/
Conv deb 5%s 1944 ser C.M&N /
Certificates of deposit
/
2-yr 6% notes 1933
A&O /
Certificates of deposit
f
Conv deb 5s series B

36%
42%
101

101%
114

11

1st & ref 5s 1954 ser A

78
106

Capital Traction (Wash, D C)—
1st g 5s June 1, 1947
J&D
Cent Ark Pub Serv Corp—
1st & coll tr 5s 1948 ser A..F&A
Central Electric & Telephone—
4%s series A 1965
J&J
Central Gas & Elec 6s 1940.M&S
First lien coll tr 5 %s *46. .J&D
Central German Pow 6s *34. J&D
Cent Hud Gas & Elec Corp—
1st & ref 5s 1941
J&D
1st & ref 3%s 1965
_M&S

Bklyn City RR 1st 5s 1941—J&J
Brooklyn Edison Co—
Consol mtge 3 %s 1966—M&N
Bklyn-Manhattan Transit Corp
Coll trust 4%s 1966
M&N
Certificates of deposit
Brooklyn Queens Co & Sub—
1st m g 5s 1941 (stpd)
J&J
1st con 5s July *41 (stp)._M&N
Bklyn Un Elev 5s 1950
F&A
Certificates of deposit
Kings Co El 1st 4s 1949--.F&A
Certificates of deposit

1951

1st mtge 3%s 1964
debentures—
3s Dec

3

111

30

26

29%
27%

24
14%
14
13%
13%

14%
14%
14%

15

A&O

83

68

72

60

61

—

«•

*.

„

111

—

102

3%s
3%s
3 %s
3%s
3 %s
3%s

114%
135%

86

104

June 1 1943
Dec 1 1943
June 1 1944
Dec 1 1944
June 1 1945
Dec 1 1945

104

103%
103%
103

102%

4s June 1 1946

104
104

1946

4s Dec 1 1947

4s June 1 1948

-

27

4s June 1 1949

111%

1st mtge 3%s ser A 1968--J&D
Serial debentures—

104

Cent Illinois Light 3%s '66. -A&O
Central Illinois Public Service—

107%

—J&D
J&D
....J&D
—-J&D

100%
102%

109

3 %s 1940--..

100

3%s 1941
3%s 1942
3%s 1943
4s 1944-

59

4s 1945.

—

103%

4s 1946

108

4s 1947--

108%

4s 1948

5s 1957

Cent Indiana Gas

118

Central
26

Maine

1st & gen M

118

71

71%

Called for redemption: seepage 111.

103%




104
103
102
95

107%
108%
108%

3%8ser H '60.F&A

1st & gen M 3 %s ser J 1968J&D
1st & gen M 3 %s ser L '70 A&O
Central Mexico Lt & Power—
J&J
1st s i 6s ext to 1950

25

A&O

108%

F&A

Gen mtge 3%s 1962

105

106%
102%

Central Ohio Lt & Power—

100

109%

110%

1st mtge 4s ser C 1964
Cent Pow 1st 5s 1957 ser

D.J&J

Central Power & Light Co—
1 st mtge 3 %s ser A 1969 .
Serial debentures—

98%

100

2s

Feb 15 1942

103

2s

Aug 15 1942
Feb 15 1943

100%
100%

l%s Feb 15 1941
1 %8 Aug 15 1941

100

107

F&A

.

97%

2s

98

105"

102

2 %8 Aug

15
15
15
15
15

101

—

1943
1944
1944
1945
1945

112

113%

105%

106

93%

94

Feb 15 1946...

3s

98

111%
113%

Feb
Aug
Feb
Aug

3s

106

100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%

—

2%s
2%s
2%s
2%s

97%

Aug 15 1946

Central Public Service Corp—
Conv deb 5%s '49
F&A

111%

109%

110

Central States Elec Corp—
Conv deb 5s 1948

100

101%

102

105

1
1

Cent States

6 %s '58.J&J
Calgary Power 1st 5s 1960--A&O
1st

s

J&D

f 5s 1964

California-Oregon Power—
Deb gold 5%s 1942
A&O
1st mtge 4s 1966
A&O
Calif Pac Ry (see Pac Elec Ry)
California Water Service—
1st 4s

ser

M&N

B 1961

J&D

Chicago

&

South

paid) 1927 F&A f

&

Lt Corp—

195lf-J&J

81

..J&J

54

Debenture

1%

Cent States Utilities 6s 1938.J&J /
Cent Vermont Public Serv Corp

124

105%
123%
91%
81%
69%

125

93%
82%
71%

107%

1st mtge 3%s ser B 1966.-F&A
Central West Public Service—

91

/

5%s 1956Charleston Cons Ry Gas
iark
Consol gold 5
1999

& El

M&S

115

1st 5s 194

M&S

87

Gen & adj 5s 1952
Coll trust 5s notes 1942

M&S

65

Charleston Transit Co—

101%
107%

108

108

109

M&S
Chicago Aurora & Elgin RR—
1st & ref 6s 1951
-J&J /

106%

107%

Chicago City & Connecting Ry—
Coll tr s f g 5s Jan 1
1927. A&O f

Ry—

Calumet

Pow

104%

J&D

1st M & 1st lien 5%s
5s 1944

105%

Buffalo Traction—
See International Ry
Burlington (Vt) G L 5s 1955.-J&J
Butler Water 5s 1957 A
A&O
Butte El & P lsts f 5s 1951—J&D

30

M&S 15

1954

1st mtge 4s 1964

103%

30%

J&J

—

Deb 5 %s

79

Central Statas Electric Co—

106

45

-

b Basis.

104

104%
105%
104%

-J&D
.J&D
J&D
J&D
J&D
M&S

Power—

Chicago City Ry—
1st 5s (15% paid)

1927---F&A

Chic North Shore & Milw RR—
1st mtge gold 5s 1936
J&J /
1st & ref 6s 1955 ser A
J&J /

1st & ref 5%s 1956

a

103%
103%
102%
102%
101%

4s June 1 1947

111%

1st (35% prin
-

101%

3s Dec 1 1942

101

/This price includes accrued interest.

.

-

M

105%

102%
102%

-

-F&A

Gen & ref 4 %s 1981

.

100

Gen&refM3%sserO 07-J&D
2s deb A 1941-1942
J&D
3s deb B 1943-1947
J&D
3 %s deb O 1948-1952
J&D
Buff & Nlag Falls El L & Power—
1st gold 5s 1942
F&A

Calif Water & Telephone—
1st mtge 4s 1969
—

105

Cent Public Util.(ws)inc5%s. 1952
Central States Edison, Inc—
1st coll inc 3-5s 19&0
M&S

Cairo Bridge 1st inc

81%

109%

J&D

3s June 1 1942

Buffalo Niagara Electric—
57

101

4s Dec 1 1948

69%

97"
98%

97

26%

1

27

57

102%

104%
95%

1940
3s June 1 1941
3s Dec 1 1941

Buffalo General Electric—

2

101

Central Illinois Elec & Gas Co—

27%

—

J&J

3

2

104

4s Dec 1

:::

80

Central N Y Power Corp—

M&S

2%

10

1.

54%
54%
55%
55%
54%
54%
143
143

M&S

M&S
Cape & Vine'd El 4s A '65. --J&J

1955

1st mtge 5s ser A

27%

Rys—

Bklyn Un Elev—See BklynQueens
Bklyn Un Gas lstcons5eg'45M&N
1st lien & ref 6s '47 ser A.. M&N
1st lien & ref 5s ser B 1957 M&N
Deb 5s 1950
J&D

10

1

55
28
28

65

50

Serial

Broad River Power Co—

1st stamped 4s
1st 5s 1944

81

Nassau Electric RR

Associated General Utilities—

J&J
M&N

i

A&O f

Mtge&Coll tr 3 %sser D'68 J&D
Bleecker St&FulFy-See NY Rys
Bloomington Dec & Champagne
1st & ref 5s 1940
M&N
Bolivian Power 8s ser A '45.A&0
Boston Elevated Ry—
Deb g 4%s Nov 1, 1941—M&N
Deb g 58 Dec 1942
J&D
West End St 5s 1944
M&S
7s Sept 1947
M&S
Brandenburg (Germany) El Pr—
Extl 1st s f 6s 1953
M&N
Bridgeport Gas Lt 4s 1952..J&J
Brith Colum Pow 4%s 1960.M&S
British Columbia Telephone—
1st 4%s series B 1961
J&D

10

79%
63

Light & Power—

5s 1949 optional 1914
Canadian Rail & Harbor—
Term 6%s 1951
Canadian Utilities Ltd—

109%
98%
97%

Ask

J&J

Canadian

106%

53

f 6%s 1956
A&O f
101%
Birmingham Elec 4%s 1968.M&S
103%
Birmingham Gas 1st 5s '59.M&N
Blackstone Val Gas & Elec—
109%
M & coll tr 4s ser C '65—M&N

10

See Investing Companies.
Associated Pub Utilities Corp—

1st lien 5s 1947 ser A

1951.. J&D
1959--F&A

Bid

Bonds

«

J&D

1947

1st mtge s

Amer Water Works & Electric—

Deb 5s 1975

105

106
194?
J&Q
106%
1955
M&S
Atlanta Nor Ry—See Ga Ry & El
105
Atlanta Wat El & Pr 5s 1943 J&J
Atlantic City Electric—
109%
Gen mtge 3%s 1964
J&J
97%
Atlantic City Gas 5s 1960
J&J
96
1st lien & ref 5s 1957
J&J
102
Atlantic City Sew'age 6s A'56 J&D
103%
Atlantic Co Wat 5s '58 ser A M&S
68%
Avalon Telep Ltd 4%s '58--A&O
Baltimore County Water & Elec
104
1st 5s 1946
M&N
Baltimore Transit Co—
'
35%
Deb 4s series A 1975
J&J
41%
Deb 5s series A 1975
J&J
100
Deb 5s series B 1975
J&J
100
Bangor Gas Light 5s 1941—A&O
Bangor Hydro Electric—
112%
1st mtge 3%s 1966
J&J
Bear Mt Hud Riv Bdge Co—
1st 7s 1953
A&O a 103%
S f income 8s 1953--.
A&O a 103%
18
Beaver Valley Trac 5s 1950.A&O /
Bell Telephone of Canada—
110%
1st g 5s 1957 ser B
_J&D
110%
1st mtge 5s 1960 ser O
M&N
Bell Telep Co of Pennsylvania—
113%
1st Scjbef 5s 1948 ser B
J&J
1st Stref 5s 1960 ser C
A&O ,135%
Bellows Falls Hydro-Elec Corp—
105%
1st mtge 5s 1958
A&O
84
Bergen Turnpike 5e 1951
J&J
Berkshire Street Ry—

1938...

6s

the month preceding the date of issue

Camden & Sub Ry—See P S Corp
Canada Nor Pow coll 5s '53.M&N

mtge 4%s

12

l >eb

American Telephone &
Deb 5%s Nov 1 1943

"f" atfd income and defaulted bonds

Atlanta Gas L 5s g
Gen

J&J

1st & ref 6s 1951...

1st & ref 5s 1956
1st & ref 4%s 1967
1st & ref 5s 1968

Athens (Ga) Ry & Electric—
1st & ref s f g 5s 1950 -——J&J

39

and bridge companies.)

Ask

Bid

Bonds

Ask

103 %

M&S

Ala Gas Co 1st M 4%s
Alabama Power Co—

1st

prices are "and interest" except where marked
securities are as near as possible for the closing day of

Bid

Bonds

electric power, water, telegraph, telephone

fcLastsale.

nNominal.

r

A&O /.

96

2

6%
43%

2
1%
1%

Payable in Canadian funds.

74

UTILITY BONDS

PUBLIC
NOTICE—All bond prices

«r« "and Interest" except where marked "I" and Income and defaulted boncii
Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date of Issue

Bonds

Certificates of
Cons M 5ft

ser

Ask

Bid

Chicago Railways Co—
1st 5s 1927 stpd as to 25% pt
red and pay Feb 1,1940—F&A1/

/

deposit

A Feb '27—A&O /

1927
J&D/
Purch money 5s Feb 1 1927 J&J /
Adj inc 4s Feb 1 1927
May /
Chicago Rapid Transit Co—
|
1st& ref 6%s 1944..
-J&J /
Certificates of deposit
/
1st & ref 6s 1953 ser A
J&J /
Certificates of deposit
/
Adjust deb 6s July. 1963..J&J /
Certificate of deposit
/
Chicago & West Towns Rys—
i
1st cum inc 5s 1937
J&J /
Series B Feb.

...

42%
....

7%
3
4

4%

1%

2

4

Consumers

1st ref 6s 1947 series A

Cincinnati Street Ry—
1st m 5%s ser A 1952
1st 6s 1955 ser B.__

J&J

4%
4%
4 %
4%

5
5
5

%
%

%
%

3 %

5%

97

111

M&S

A&O
M&N
M&S

Deb g 5s Apr 1958

Deb g 5s 1963
Deb 5s 1969
Oonv deb 5s 1950

J&D

Cities Service Power & Light—
Deb 5%s 1952
M&N
Deb 5%s 1949
J&D

98%

91
93%

85
82 %
83 %
83
83

95
87

83%
84%
83%
83%

_

Independent

93%
93%

94
94

Telephone

1st mtge s f 4%sser A
Citizens Utilities Co—

*61.-J&J

Income notes 3s 1955

F&A

1st coll 4-5 %s 1948
A&O
Citizens Water (Scottdale)—

103%
36%
66

1953
J&J
91
City Light & Traction (Sedalia.
Mo) 1st s f 5s 1952
J&D
99
City & Sub PS—See Un Rys of St L
City & Sub Ry—See Wash Ry & El
City Water (Chattanooga)—
1st M 58 1954 series B
J&D
101
1st M 5s 1957 series C_—M&N
105%
Clarksbury-Columbus 8hort
Route Bridge 6%a 1952—. J&D /
45

37%
68

1st 5s series A

Cleveland Kle^ric Ilium—
1st mtge 3s 1970
J&J
Cleveland Ry 1st 5s A 1945-M&S
Coast Cos Gas & Electric—
1st

f 4s series B 1965

109
102%

Colonial Utll 5 %s 1958
Collateral 6s 1942

J&D

Columbia Gas & Electric Corp—
Deb g 5s 1952
M&N

Deb g 5s 1952
A&O 15
Deb 5s Jan 15. 1981
J&J 15
Columbus (Ga) Elec & Power—
1st & ref 6s 1947 ser A
J&D
1st & ref 5s 1954

ser

101

B...M&N

Columbus & Sou Ohio Electric—
1st mtge 3%s 1970--..
M&S
Commercial Mackay Corp—
Inc deb w w 1969
May /
Commonwealth-Edison Co—

1st mtge 3%s ser I 1968..J&D
Conv debenture 3%s 1958.J&J
Com'w'lth El 5s June 1 '43 M&S
Commonwealth Gas Corp—
Non-cum inc deb 6s (w s) 1948. /
Non-cum inc deb 6s (x s) 1948. /

Commonwealth Light & Power—
Ref & unif 7s 1962
J&J /

104%
104%
104%

9

104%

104%

108
39

108%
40

107%

108

113%

114

109

40
28

6

1st & gen 3 %s ser C'75--M&N
Connecticut Ry & Light—
1st sHwf 4%s 1951
J&J

Stamped guaranteed opt.-J&J
F&A

Conn Riv Pow 3% ser A '61

Consolidated Cities L P & Tr—
1st lien 5s 1962
T..J&J
Consolidated Edison Co of N Y—
Debenture 3%s 1946
A&O
Debenture 3 %s 1948
A&O
Debenture 3%s 1956
A&O

20-year 3%s debs 1958...J&J
Consolidated Electric & Gas—
Coll 6s ser A Aug 11962. .M&N
6s series B 1962.
Collateral 6s 1957

s

F&A
F&A

Consolidated Gas of Baltimore—
Gen g 4%s Apr 1954
A&O
Consol Gas Elec Lt & P (Bait)—
Ref mtge s f 3%s 1971 .—J&D
1st ref mtge 3s series P '69.J&D

f deb 6%s

77%

79%

103




1st

Eastern Gas &

IIII

96

29

92

30

'

$106

1st mtge & coll

5

%
%

129

111%

108
109%
109

90%

109%

91%

30

1st guar 5s 1954

105

J&J

27%
20
1st coll 5s 1963
reat Cons Elec Pow

72"

1st M 7s 1944
1st & gen 6%s 1950
reat Lakes Power Ltd—

73%

F&A

J&J

65

M&S

70

J&D

70

1st lien coll tr 5 %s 1942—M&N

102

68%

(Japan)—

lstsf 4%s 1956
Gen s f 5s 1957

88

87%
100

87

A&O

79""

61

reat Lakes Utilities Co—

70

reat

Northern

Power—

1st 5s stamped 1950.

110

F&A

104%

101%
101%
101%

1st & ref 4%s 1953
reen
Mountain Power

84""

83

103%

M&S
Corp— \
1st & ref M 3%s 1963——J&D

11II

106%

Serial notes—

4%s

■

J&D 6 100 to

1940-1953

101%

ulf Coast Water 1st 5s '48.F&A

96%

.A&O

103%

105

1st M & 1st lien 5s l955 B M&S
Easton Consol El 5s 1949
M&N

103

104%

Economy Lt & Pr (111) 5s '56. J&D

124

m

M&S

5%8 1947ser A
—

f July 1. '65.J&J

s

107%

Y G
102
Edison Sault Elec 4 %s,1961 A&O
Elec & Peoples—See Phila R T
Electric Pow Corp (Germany)—
1st s f 6%s 1950
M&S / 26%
1st sink fund 6%s 1953.-A&O /
26%
87
Electric P & L Deb 5s 2030-F&A
Eliz Plainf &

&

Eliz &
Elmira

56
55%

57%
57%

56 %

Cent J1

Raritan

107%

87%

See

RivfPublic Serv
J
Corp

57

Trenton

RR

Water, Light & RR—
5s 1956
M&S
„

1st &

con g

1st mtge 6s 1945
ulf States Utilities Co—
1st

99%

Edison Elec Ilium of Boston—

106

70

104%

124%

125

m

5s 1950

ser

A

103

105

m

1st 6s series A 1943

J&J

Empire District Electric Colst & ref m 5s 1952
M&S

104%

105

A&O

a

1st 5%s series B 1955

102
111

& ref 3 %s ser

D 1969M&N
Hamburg (Germany) Elec Co—r
Extl g s f deb 7s 1935—M&N
amburg (Germany) ElevUndergound & St Rys 5%s'38-.J&D
Hamilton Gas 6 %s- Aw w '37 J&D
imilton Gas Corp—
4s series B 1953
M&S
Harris burg Gas 5s 1970—M&N
Havana Elec Ry 5s 1962
F&A
5%s (Sept'31 coupon)'51-M&S
empstead & Oyster Bay—
Water 6% July 1 serially
Hest Man & Fair Pass Ry—See P
Holyoke Street Ry inc 5s
1945
Home Tel & Tel (Ft Wayne;—

El Paso Electric Co—
1st

/

26

/
/

26%
74
60

108

20

,

/
a

5
103

hi!

R T

50%

J&J

105

A&O

105

Hoosac Valley Street Ry—
1st ext 6s June 1 1947—M&S
Houston Elec 1st 6s B 1950.J&D
Houston Gas Securs 5s 1952.M&S

24
102
100

129%

110%

68

Eastern Shore Pub Service Co—

105%

128

106%

105%

eorgia Railway & Electric—
Atlanta Northern Ry Co—

99

104%
105%
104%
108%

109

122

87

104

Eliz

104%

100%

A. J&D

ser

eorgia Power 1st 5s 1967—M<S
eorgia Power & Light Oo—
1st mtge 58 1978
J&D

Edison El 111 (N Y)—See N

112%

Corp—

eorgetown Gas Lt 1st 5s*61 F&A
a-Oaro Pow 1st s f 5s '52--J&J

87

J&J

101%
101%

6%8 C55.A&0

1st lien & col 58 1943

50

Corp—

eneral Water Wks & El

79

26

J&J

1st

112%
110%
108%

69%

/

Scrip 4s due 1942

26%

.

77

A&O

1st 3%s series B 1969
A&O
eneral Gas & Electric Corp—

5

4%s 1948 A

J&J

128
72

1st 3%s series A 1969

77

M&S

99

122%

See Investing Companies,
eneral Public Utilities—
1st M coll tr 6 %s ser A'56_ A&O

5s

1953

92%
97

eneral Public Service

m

5%sseries A 1951

50

101

112

m

5s series B

1.25

J&J

4%

Eastern Minn Pow 5%s 1951 &S
Eastern Oregon Light & Power—

1.00

IIII

65*

97

1.60

A&O

111

Ref

42

Elec

111%

Ref 6s Jan 1948 ser O—M&S 15
Ref 6s series P Jan 1 1948.A&O
Ref 6s series E Jan 1 1948.A&O

94

M&S /
Ry—
A&O /

1957

f g 5s

109

Ref

92%

s

K

30

Eastern Mass Street Ry Co—

100

103%

a

i%s '44 M&S
o 5s *49. J&D
Gen 5s Nov 1,1954.
M&N

42
42
3
3

'

K-'lH*. O O Cnrfa.05 as:

,

Fuel Assoc—

1948 B

f 6s

93%

103

98

28%

1st m & coll tr 4s A 1956.M&S
Eastern Iowa Pow6%s 1943-M&S
Eastern Lt & Pow 4s A 1965-J&J

10

J&J
1953—J&J

1954 opt
andy Bridge (Tampa)—
1st mtge s f 5%s 1957
ary Electric & Gas Oo—

IIII

Duquesne Light—See Phila Oo
84
Duquesne Nat Gas 7s 1948.-J&J
Duquesne Trac—See Phila Co
103%
Durham Pub Ser 7s A '49--A&O
Durham Trac 1st 5s 1941
100%
M&S
77
East Coast Pub Serv 4s 1948 F&A
103
East Jersey St Ry 5s 1944.-M&N
69
E. Kootenay Pow 1st 7s '42.A&0
East Prussian Pow 6s '53
J&D / 26%

43

6s

102

i—1 » o o

J&J

1st lien coil 5s 1944

A&O /

30

s

1st M

f

20-yr s f 6%s 1948
r
Duluth-Superior Transit—

Wat

alveston-Houston

76

91%

Equip trust 4%s to 1941—F&A
Equip trust 4%s to 1943--M&S
Equip trust 4s to 1946
M&S
ullerton-Portsmouth Bridge—

107

107%
104%
108%

Detroit International Bridge—
1st mtge s f 6%s 1952
F&A /
Certificates of deposit
S f deb g 7s 1952
F&A

Certificates of deposit...
...
Dom Elec Pow 5%s 1955
M&S
Dominion Gas & El 6%s '45.J&J

Un

ontana

108%

106

Gen & ref M 4s ser F 1965. A&O
Gen & ref M 3 %s ser G '66M&S

17

101%

M&S

1st 4s series O 1955
lorida TePp 2d 6s 1954

103%

1948 —M&N /

102%

24

lorida Power Corp—
1st mtge 4s series O 1966-.J&D
Sinking fund debs 5s 1946-J&D
lorida Pow & Lt 1st 5s '54--J&J
lorida Public Service Oo—

111

111%
112%

110 %

t Exchanged for Phila. Trans. Co. 4s, 1969, under reorganization plan.
* Prospective call.
Includes accrued interest,
fc Last sale.
n Nominal.i
r Payable in Canadian funds.

This price

ederated Utilities Inc—
1st lien col tr 5%s 1957

42

Gen mtge 3s 1970
M&N
Darby Med & Ches Ry—See Phila R Tran
/
86
JDarby & Yeadon 4%s 1934
Dawson Ry & Coal 5s 1951.-J&J
103%
Dayton Power & Light—
1st mtge 3s 1970.
108%
J&J
Delaware Electric Power Oo—

3%s 1st M
J&J

86%

Light—

Denver Tramway Corp—
Gen & ref 5s 1950 ser A
J&J
Des Moines Ry 1st inc 5s Jan 1 '55 /
Detroit & Canada Tunnel—

103%

15

1942
J&J
ederal Water Service Corp—
Oonv deb 5 %s 1954
M&N

67

65

Deb 5%s
1959
J&J
Delaware Power & Light Co—
1st M 4%s 1971
J&J
1st mtge g 4%s 1969
&J
1st mtge g 4%s 1969
J&J
Delaware Yall Util 6e 1952.M&N

103

Paas Ry 5s Mayl

84%
Cumberland Co (Me) Pow & Lt—
109
1st mtge 3%s 1966
A&O
Cumberland Gas 6s w-s 1948M&N /
38

1st 5s 1953 w 8
M&S /
Dumbarton B'ge 6%s to *49-J&J

Connecticut Power—
1956

88

•

103%

102%
103%
102%

ederal St & Pleasant Valley

Co—

1st mtge 3%s 1967
F&A
Dallas Ry & Ter 1st 6s 1951.J&J
Danbury & Bethel Gas & Elec Lt
6s series A1948
F&A

102%
100

M&3
M&S

Debenture 6s 1954 ser B__ J&D
ed'l Pow & Lt 6s Nov 1,1965

Dortmund Munic Util (Germany)

104%
105%

105%
Community Power & Light Oo—
Col M 5s 1957
M&S
99%
Community Public Service—
1st mtge. 4s 1964
M&S
106%
Community Teleph 5s Jan 1 1949/ 27%
Community Water Service Co—
Deb g 6s 1946 ser A
J&D
90
Deb g 5%s 1946 ser B...M&S
87%
Conestoga Trac 1st 4s 1950--J&J
41
Connecticut Light & Power—
1st & ref s f 7s *51 ser A..M&N
128%
1st & ref M 3 %s ser F '66.M&S
112
1st & ref M 3%s ser G'66.J&D
110
25-year deb 3%s 1956...M&S
107%
5s

93

Stamped
1st lien g 6s 1942 stpd

101%

Certificates of deposit
/
94
1st 5s, 1966
M&N
Detroit Edison—
105%
Gen &ref 4%s 1961 ser D.F&A

52

111%
91%
4%
94%

Telep conv 5s 1951-.-J&J

Conv

109%

107

1st 5s (Amer series) 1942.M&S
1st 5s (Internat ser) 1942—M&S

3%

1,1954—J&D /

109%

110%

110%
109%
111%
90%

s f 6s 1953
—M&N /
Certificates of deposit
/

Commonwealth Telephone (Wise)
1st 4s series A 1966
M&S

1st & coll trust

Public Service

98""

135

109

1st mtge

M&S

106%
49
F&A /
5
Colorado Util Corp 6s 1938.M&S f
49
s

Crescent

109

108%

M&N
M&N
M&N

Coo per Riv Brl'ge inc 1st 6s'58M& N
Copper DIst Pow 4 %s 1956. -J&D
County Gas (N J) 5s Jan I
1952.

Cuban

....

45
95

.

110 %
109)4

f 6%s

s

Mfg Co (Italy)
1953 with war M&N

.A&O

1st

27

1 st mtge 3 h f 1966
M&N
1st mtge 3%sl969
M&N
Contin Gas & El deb 5s 1958 F&A
Continental Pub Serv 6s '40.J&D /

5

Ask

Bid
106

rcole Marelli El

95%

Co—

3%s 1965
2%s 1967-.
3%s 1970—

Dallas Power &

A&O
A&O

Cities Service Co—
Ref deb 5s Jan 1 1966

Citizens

1st mtge
1st mtge
mtge

1st

Power

!

Bonds

97

95%
95%

unstamped 1943 ser A—J&D
stamped 1943
J&D
Consol Hydro-Elec Wks of Upper
Wuerttemburg 1st* 7s '56 -J&J /
6s

Coll inc 6s B Oct

F&A
J&D
Cta Newport & Gov L & T—

Ask

quit G & E Utica 5s 1942-A&O

6s

41%
42 %

Cincinnati Gas & Electric—
1st mtge 3 %s 1966
1st mtge 3 %b 1967

Bid

Bonds

Consolidated Gas Utilities Co—•

a

Called for redemDtion:

see page

111.

b Basis.

NOTICE—All

securities are

Bid

Bonds

_J&D

110%

111%

as near as

Ask

Light & Power—

1st mtge 3%s 1960

where marked "V and Income and defaulted bonds
possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date of Issue

bond prices are "and Interest" except

Quotations for all

Houston

Houston Natural Gas Oorp—
1st m coll 6s '43 with warr.J&D
1st mtge 4s s f 1955
M&S
Hudson (Jo Gas 5s g 1949..M&N

104%
126%

Bid

Bonds

Hudson River Trac 5s 1950.M&S

..J&D

8 f deb

5,%s 1957
M&S
Indiana Assoc Telegraph—
1st mtge 3%s ser A 1970..F&A
Indiana Central Telephone Co—
1st lien coll 5%s 1938
M&N
Indiana Gas Utilities 5s 1940.J&i
Indiana Hydro-Electric Power—
1st mtge 5s 1958 sar A
M&N
Indiana Pr 1st 7%s '41 A .M&N
Indiana Service Corp—
1st & ref M 5s Jan 1, 1950. J&J
1st 1 & ref 5s 1963
F&A
Indiana & 8 W Gas & Utll—

107%

128

69

71"

105

Jewett City Water 5s 1945..
Johnstown Traction 4s Dec *31'62 /
Cons mtge 3s B Dec

31 1962..

41
9
105%

/

74 %

81%
72%

79%
71

70%
71%
72 %
69%

%

71

107%
109%

110

68

81%

83%

107%
106%
105%
101%

107%
106%
106

101%

106
155
97

94

101%

100%

74%
73%

74

72%

10
6% conv notes 1940
J&D f
Indianapolis Columbus & South¬
87%
ern Traction 1st 6s 1948..F&A
Indianapolis Gas 5s 1952...A&O f 82%
Indianapolis Power & Light—
1st mtgo 3 % r 1970..---..M&N
108%
62
Indianapolis Ry 5s, 1907
J&J
Indianapolis Water—
107
1st mtge 3 Us 1900.
T&J
Inland Gas 6%s 1938
66%
F&A
66%
Certificates of deposit
68%
6%s stpd 1952 (25% paid)....
8%
Sinking fund deb 7s 1938-F&A
Inland Power & Light Corp—
31
Coll tr s f 6s A 1936
„M&S
31
Colltrs f 6s 1941 ser B...M&N

84%

40

65

109

67%
67%
70%

32
-32

1st mtge 3%s ser A 1966.J&D
Kansas Gas & Electric—

110

Deb gold 6s 2022 ser A. .M&S
Kansas Power 4s series A *64 J&J
Kansas Power & Light Co—

128%

130

105

111%
1969
J&J
97
Kentucky El Pr lstsf 6sl960J&J
Kentucky Fuel Gas Corp—
1%
1st 6%s 1942 stamped
J&D /
Kentucky-Ohio Gas Co—
Otfs indebt 2s 1958
J&D / 28
Kentucky Power & Light Co—
101
1st m 5%s 1948 ser B
M&S
Kentucky Utilities Co—
106%
1st mtge 481970
J&J
1st mtge 3%s

1st M coll tr 5%s '53 ser O F&A
1st col&ref 5%sl960 ser D F&A
6s coll notes ser A 1942
F&A
08 coll notes ser B 1942
F&A

J&D

10

86

86%
35%

106%
106

102"
104%

oo

-

—

-

-

f 7s 1935

0% notes 1932
A&O
Certificates of deposit
Conv g 7% note 1932
A4&S
Certificates of deposit...

35%

Intercontinents Power Co—
Debs A 6s 1948...
J&D
International Hydro-Elec System
Conv deb 6s 1944 w w
A&O

82%

82%

4s
4s
48
4s

13

95%
95

56

58%
60%
56%

56

58%

84"

52

1957M&S

72

74

M&S

69

71

J&J

Internat'l Pow Ltd 0%s
Deb 6s 1957

51

69

71

Debentures 6s 1955

International Power Sec Corp—
6 % % sec bonds 1955 ser C J&D

22

ser E
F&A /
Sec 7s 1952 ser P
J&J15 /
International Railway (Buffalo)Ref & impt 3-5s 1962
M&N

22

25%
22%

18

20

77

81

Lombard Elec Co

Deb g 4%s 1952

.J&J

Deb 5s 1955

F&A

Int-State Bridge 4-0 %s '50.M&N
Interstate Gas & El 6s 1951 ..J&D

75

53%
Interstate Power 1st 5s 1957.J&J
63%
36%
Deb gold 6s 1952. J
J&J
Interstate P S (Ark) 6s 1940 M&S /
!%•
Interstate Rys 4s 1943
%
F& A f
Interstate Tel & Tel 5%s 1953J&J
101%

64%
37%

w

Investors

Telephone 3s 1961. J&J

102

75%

74

98

1st 48
Serial
4s

ser

A

J&J

1961

104

103

notes—

102
108

48

102%
102%

Apr 1 1943

48 Oct 1 1943

Apr 1 1944

102

4s Oct 1 1944

102

4s

85%
67

48 Apr 1 1945
4s Oct 1 1945

1955._J&D
(Italy)—
..J&D

57

Long Island Lighting—
Secured g 6s 1945
J&J
Conv deb g 5%s '52 ser A. A&O
Los Angeles Hermosa Beach &
Redona Ry—See Pac Elec Ry
Los Ang Pac Co—See Pac El Ry
Los Ang & Pac RR-See Pac El Ry
Los Angeles Railway Corp—

104

Deb 5s

.M&S
M&N

1968.

Debenture 6s 1960
1st mtge 3 %s 1969.

F&A

106%

106

a

Called for redemption; see page




4%

111.

46

5%

104%
104

Y)—
1990

6s

15

67

An Oct
Ann O /

V*
A&O /

47%
*3

1952

b Basis.

ser

B..J&J

1st

cum

inc 9s

ser

103
93

102%
121

5

88

110%
111

Debenture 6s 1965
A&O
Montana-Dakota Utilities—

1946
f 4%s 1954

1st mtge s
Montana Power—

A&O
M&N

1st & ref mtge 3%s 1966..J&D
Montreal Isl Pow 5%s 1957 M&N

.7..

102

A..J&J
Monongahela West Penn Pub Ser
1st & gen mtge 4%s 1900.A&O
1st M 5%s 1950 series

49

95""

83

A&O
Monmouth Cons Wat 5s '56. J&D
Monongahela Light & Pow Co—
1st M 5s 1949.
J&D
Monongahela Valley Water—
Debenture 6s 2031

69

l

98%
A&O
A '50--A&O / 104
A&O / 101

Conv deb 4%s

85%

f 5%s

J&J /

1939

Mobile Gas Service Corp—

Income 7s 1956

r

49""

94

102%

Mob Lt & RR Cons g 5s '41 .M&S
Mohawk Valley ref 6s 1991 M&N

107%

1st Hen & colltr 5s '53....M&S
Manitoba Power Co Ltd—
1st M s f 5%s '51 ser A
J&J

* Prepayment offer,

71

101

87%

s

29

116

Certificates of deposit
2d gold 4s 2013
J&D
Certificates of deposit
Manila Elec RR & Ltg Corp—

1st M

J&D

Telephone—

1st 5s 1956

1st 5s '53.J&J

94%
107

4 %s series (5 1961
M&S
Missouri Val Public Service—

107%

a

104

A&O

Missouri

Terminal—

Manhattan Ry (N
Cons 1st guar 4s

-

46%

F&A

J&J

45%

Inc deb 6s ser A ws

107%
103%

Missouri Public Service Co—
1st s f 5s 1960
F&A

Quebec Power—

J&D
1952.M&N

5s stamped 1942-

107%

J&D

86

1st s f 4s ser A 1959
M&N
Macon Gas 1st mtge 4 %s'52-J&D

104%

63%

107%

Missouri Power & Light—
1st mtge 3%s 1966

118

..M&S

1966.M&S

105%

62

-105

1st M 4%s 1967.
M&S
Minneapolis Gas Light Co—
1st mtge 48 1950
J&D
Minnesota Power & Light Co—
1st & ref 5s 1955
J&D
1st & ref 4 %8 1978
M&N
Mississippi Power Co—
1st & ref 5s 1955
M&S

1st 4-5s 1956

68%
Luneburg Pow L & W W(Germ'y)
1st M sf 7s 1948
26%
M&N /
Luzerne Co (Pa) Gas & Elec—
108
1st ref&imp g 5s"48 op'13 A&O
1st & ref 6s 1954
108%
M&S

Manchester

28%

60

110%

2d Income 4s 1963 w s

25

58
116

100

106

1st mtge 4s 1970...

59%

Milford Water gu M 5s 1949. J&D
Milwaukee Gas Light Co—

108

107%

105%

M&N

A

91

J&J
1938...M&S

109%

M&N
Gen mtge s f 4%s 1950---M&N
Isarco Hydro ilec Co (Italy)—
1st M •» f 7
' "*52
M&N
Islands Gas & Electric—
25-yr s f 5%s 1953 ser A..M&S
Italian Superpower Corp—
See Investing Companies.
Jacksonville (Fla) Gas—

«er

5s 1950.

Mississippi River Pow 5s '51 J&J
Deb 5s May 1. 1947
M&N

1st income 3-6s 1957 w.g

1950

Middlesex & Somerset Traction—

Missouri Edison 1st 5%s '47 J&D
Missouri Gas & Elec Service—

103%

Deb 6s

J&J

94%
124

-J&J

1955

86

A 1948

102%
102%

5%s (series of *25) 1950

52

81

ser

Macon Ry & Light

Iowa Southern Utilities—

101.71

100.00

77

McLaren

102%
103%

103.08

78

f 5s

Debenture 7s 1944

Iowa Public Service Co—

104.06

4s Oct.

A&O

s

104

106%
108%

104.61

1946.
1947.

1st ref s f 5s ser B 1950...A&O
Louisiana Pow & Light Co—

1st mtge 4s ser E 1955
J&D
Iowa-Ill Telep 2-5%s 1949-A&0
Iowa-Nebraska Light & Power—
1st lien & ref 5s '57 ser A..M&N
1st 1& ref 5s 1961 ser B.._M&S
Iowa Pow & Lt 1st 4 %s 1958 M&S

106

104.70

1945.

1st M5s 1957

Lower St Lawrence Power—
1st « f 5s ser A 1955
A&O

105%
105%
106%

105.05

1944.

Mississippi Power & Light—

Lower Austrian Hydro-Elec—
1st s f g 6%s 1944
F&A /

33

109
■'

101

101

101

34

108%

Lone Star Gas 3 %s debs *53 F&A
Long Beach Gas 1st 5s '56. _J&D

1st mtge 4%s ser A

102

102.40

1943.

Certificates of deposit

27

4s Apr 1 1946
Iowa Elec Lt & Power Co—

...

102.72

1942.

Midland Util deb 6s

102

Louisville Ry—
1st 4%s ext Aug 1 1942
General 5s 1950
Lowell Gas Light—

102

1941.

5s

1st & ref M 3%s 1960
M&S
Louisv Ltg 5s '53 unstmpd__A&0

102
102

102

1948.
4s Oct. 1 1949
Middle States Util 6s A1951 A&O
Middle West'n Telep 6s '43. .J&J
Middlesex Elec Light Power—

26

1st mtge 5s 1957
J&D
Louisville Gas & Elec Co (Ky)—

101%

Apr 1 1941

4s Oct 1 1941

4s Apr 1 1942
4s Oct 1 1942

.

102%

J&Dj

4s Oct. 1

64

1st ref

Iowa Electric Co—

104

4s Oct. 1

62%

83%

1st extl 7s 1952

23%
25%

23%
24%

105%
104%

...

4s Oct.

60%

J&J

1953

105

1945
1946
1947
1948

4s Oct.

95

J&D

f 5s 1968.

102%
104%

4s Oct.

102

s

107

1941..
1942
1943
1944

4s Oct.

J&J

1st

Conv deb 5%s

1
1
Aug 1
Aug 1
Aug 1
Augl
Aug 1
Augl

1st M 5s 1956

112

Lincoln Gas & Elec 5s 1941 ..J&D

22

94
107

a

Michigan Public Service Co—
1st g 5s 1947 ser A
A&O'a 101
103%
1st mtge 4s ser A 1965
A&O

110

109

Lockhart Power 4%s

Buff Trac 1st 5s 1948
J&D
International Teiep & Taleg—

Sec 7s 1957

27

4s Oct.

Leipzig Overland Power—
S f mtge 6%s 1946
M&N
Lewiston Gas Lt 3%s O '56.A&O
Lexington Ry 1st 5s 1949
J&D
Lexington Water Power Co—

20

6%
28

Serial debentures:

J&D

Ref & impt g 5s 1960
1st extend 5s 1945

4
22

Michigan Gas & Electric Co—
1st & ref 6s 1943
M&S

88"

58

'

103%
102%
40%
Mich Fuel & Lt 6s A 1950.. .J&D /
4s

4s

94

J&D

1945—

92

notes—

4s Aug
4s Aug

108%

,;94
58

District Power—
1st mtge 3%s ser A I960..A&O
Lancaster Co Ry & Lt 5s 1951 J&J
Lehigh Valley Transit—
1st extend 4s

%

1905—M&N

Metropolitan West Side "L"—
1st gold 4s 1938
F&A
Exten gold 4s 1938
J&J
Mexican El L 1st M g 5s '42.J&J
Mex Lt & Pow 1st 5s '40 s f_.F&A
Mexican Utilities7sext'49..A&O
Miami Bridge—
Income deb 6s (w-s) Mar 1952.
Michigan Associated Telep Co—
1st mtge 4s ser A1968
M&N
Michigan Consolidated Gas—
1st mtge 4s 1963
M&S

Lake Superior

s

112%
106%
108%

Metro Wat Sewer—See Fgn bds

Serial

162

Lake Shore Elec Ry 6s 1933.J&J
Lake Sh Gas 1st 5%s 19.50.-M&N

Deb

32

lstsf 7s 1957 ser A
A&O
Metropolitan Edison Co—
1st M 4%8 1968 ser D...M&S
M&N
1st M 4s 1 971 ser E
1st mtge 4s ser G

104

/

58
30

Metrop Edison Corp 6s *61 _M&S
....

106

KingsCoElev—See Bklyn-Que ns
108
Kings Co Ltg 1st ref 5s '54.-J&J
106%
1st ref 6%s 1954
J&J
Kokomo
Water
Works—
105%
1st 5s ser A 1958
-J&D
Lackawanna & Wyoming Val RK
10
1st 5s 1951
F&A /
Debentures 6s
1948
F&A /
%

Interborough Rapid Transit—
1st & ref g 5s *66 op tax-ex.J&J
Certificates of deposit

A&O

77
101%
101

,

101%
100%

1997..A&0

11

O

^

80

Meridionale Electric Co—

2%

105%

M&N
Kewanee(Ill)Pub Sef 6s A *49 J&J
Key West Electric 5s 1950..F&A
Keystone Public Service—
1st M 5s 1978
M&N
Keystone Telephone Co—
1st & ref 5%8 1955 ser A..J&D
1st 1 & ref os 1951 ser B— A&O
Kings County Elec Lt & Power—

Laclede Gas Light Co—
Ref & ext 1st 5s 1939—...A&O
Ret & ext 5s. 1942
A&O

106
112

104

F&A

4%s 1955

32

ser

^

/
.

_

31

Coll tr 0s 1957

Ry (San Francisco)

1945.
Q-A
Maryland Light & Power—
1st M 5%s 1950 ser A
_J&J
MaysvUleP Serv5%s A 1942A&0
Memphis Street Ry—
3-5s series A1945...
A&O
3-5s series B1945—.Ann April

42

106

S f mtge

Market st

lstsf 7s 1940 ser A Q Jan

Kansas Electric Power—

Purch money 6s g

109%

107

(Stamped mod) ext at 5% to

8 or vice—
1957....J&J /

26%

Market Street El Pass Ry—
See Phila Rapid Transit

105"

105

Kansas City Gas 1st 5s *40.-F&A
1st 6s series A 1942..
F&A

J&D /

f 7s 1941

s

'
F&A
108
107% Maritime Electric4%s 1956.A&O
69%
Gen sf5%s 1956
A&O r 95
Maritime Telephone & Tel—
45"
Ref & gen 6-4%s ser B 1966 J&J
73%
11
Ref & gen 4s series C 1967.J&J
70%

103%

Keokuk Elec 6s 1945

110

15-year

Marion-Reserve Power—
1st mtge 3 %s 1960

102

Kansas City Public
1st ref 4s series C

71%

70

68
105

105

83

Hydro El Bond & Sh 5s 1957M&N
Hydro Elec Power Commission
(Ontario) 3%s 1943
J&J
4%s due Jan I. 1970
J&J
8Kb 1947
A&o
Deb 2%s 1941
M&S
2%st942.
A&O
Deb 2%s 1944.
J&D
3 %B
1953
F&A
3s Aug 1 1948
A&O
Idaho Power 1st 3 %s 1907--A&O
Illinois Bell Tel 3%s B '70..A&O
111 Community Tel 6s 1949..J&J
Illinois Power & Light Corp—
1st & ref 6s 1953series A..A&O
1st & ref 5%s 1954 ser B..J&D

Bid

Bonds

Ask

Mannheim & Palatinate Elec Cos

James River Bridge System—
1st 2-08, 1967
-J&J
Jaraest'n (NY)Telep 5s 1954 J&D

105

1st & ref 5s 1950ser O

75

BONDS

UTILITY

PUBLIC

Dec., 1940]

a

112%

102

105%

106%

106%
84%

106%

Montreal Lt Ht & Pow Consol—
69

71

68

70

70

1st & coll

J&J

67

69

70

Conv

J&J

68

69%

1st & coll sf 3%s 1956
1st & coll 3%s

/"This price includes accrued int.

1963

3%s 1973
notes 3s 1949

k Last sale,

r

F&A
J&J

Payable in Canadian funds.

76

UTILITY

PUBLIC

BONDS

NOTICE—All bond prices are "end Interest" except where marked "f" and Income and defaulted bonds
Quotation* for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date of issue

Bonds

Morgantown Water 5s 1965. _J&J
Mount Hope Bridge 5s 1969. J&D
2d income 8s

15 1969.
Mountain States Tel & Tel—
Dec

...

J&D
1965.M&N
Municipal Gas & El Corp of
30-yr 3 Ms debs 1968

Muncie Wat Works 5s

ReckLnghausen 7sl947

J&D /

Bonds
N Y Water Service Corp—
1st M 5s 1951 ser A
M&N
N Y & Westchester Lighting—

72 m
43
43

79

45 m
43

48m
65

105m
83

110m
105 m

101m

111m
101
103

1-m
102 m
103

72

F&A
M&N

Debenture gold 5s 1978.-F&A /
Certificates of deposit
/
Nat Toll Bridge 6s stmp '39. J&J /
Nebraska Pow 1st 4M» 1981-J&D
Deb 6s 2022
M&S
Nev Calif Elec 1st 5e 1956...A&O
Deb 6s July 1941
J&J
New Amsterdam Gas—See N Y

Oonv deb 5s 1948
J&D
Conv deb 5s 1950
..M&N
Convertible deb 5s 1962
J&J
New Engl Pow Assn 5s 1948. A&O
Deb 5Ms 1954

J&D

New England Power—
3 M« series A 1961
New England Tel & Tel—
1st 5s 1952 series A
1st 4Ms 1961 ser B

Newfoundland

Light &

99

27
28

ll3"
129 m
86 m
99 m

122
115
66
66 M

66.m

67 m

66

69

95 h

96 m
98 m

97 m

109m

111

126 %
129 m

127 m

M&S

107
112

71

79 m

81
107 m
105

New Orleans City RR 5s*43 J&J
New Orleans Pub Service Co—

106

105 m
103

Inc 6s

105

106 m

A

J&D

104 m

Newport & Fall River St Ry

1st & ref 5s 1944
J&J
New Rochelle Wat 5 Ms *51.M&N
1st 5s series B 1951
M&N
New York & East River Gas—See
NYGELH&P
New York Edison Co—
...

115

129 m
128

Northwestern Light & Power—
6s series B 1950
F&A
Northwestern Penna Gas—
1st cum income 5s 1953..A&0

92
69

9m

16

125 m

105 m

71
93
26 m
112m
107m

J&D
M&N

Ohio Assoc Telep 4 Ms 1966.J&D
Ohio Cities Water Corp—
a

69

94 m

116~
108m

102

123"

107

108M

111

130

110

110m

F&A

109

109 m

3M-3Ms 1941-42
3 Ms 1943-1944

..F&A
F&A

99

NY&Westch Ltg 4s 2004--J&J
Deb g 5s 1954 op guar . J&J

106m
115m

1st mtge 3 Ms 1966
Debentures 4s 1946
Oklahoma Natural Gas—

38

107 m
107m

109

1st mtge 3M*s ser B 1955..F&A
Oklahoma Power & Water—

stpd 1958

J&J

N Y & Richmond Gas Co—
1st ref M 6s 1951 ser A..M&N
N Y State El & Gas Corp—
1st mtge 4s 1965
1st M 4Ms 1980

-

1st 4Mb 1960
1st mtge 3Ms 1964

New York State Rys—
1st con 4Mb 1962 ctfe
1st con 6 Ms 1962 ctfs
New York Steam Corp—

1st mtge 3 Ms gtd 1963
New York Telephone Co—

F&A
M&S
-M&S
.M&N

M&N /
M&N /
J&J

Ref mtge 3M» ser B 1967--J&J

100

Light Co

1st extended 6 Ms 1950. _M&N
Non-cum Inc deb 6s 1950-M&N f

106m

108 m

80

109 m

109 m
105 h

J&D

110

109

J&D

Edison

105m
108

MHo o

105 m

£

OS x

8m
8%
108 m

111m

Oklahoma Ry 1st & ref 5s
Income 5s 1990

110

103 m

'41 .J&J /

iIIm

Ontario Pow 5s '43 op to '13. F&A
Ontario Transmission Co Ltd—
1st gu g 5s '45 opt

9m
9m
110
112

Ottawa El

ser

r

Ottawa Light Heat & Power—
Ref & coll tr 4s 1957
A&O

1st mtge 4s 1961.
1st mtge 3 Ms 1969
Ozark Power &

lstsf 5s 1952

107 m
107m

1st & ref 6s ser O 1947
M&N
1st & ref 58 series D 1954 .J&D

107 m
107

Pennsylvania

Co—

Electric

1st & ref 4s 1971 ser F
1st & ref 58 ser H 1962

106

M&N
A&O

108

Pennsylvania Gas & Elec Co—
1st I & ref 5Ms '55 ser A..M&S
1st L&Ry 5s 1958
M&8
mnsylvania Gas & Elec Corp—
Deb gold 6s 1976 ser A...M&S

98 m
95
62

Pennsylvania Pow & Light Co—
1st mtge 3 Ms 1969
F&A
4 Ms debentures 1974
F&A
Penn Water 1st 3 Ms A '67..F&A

Penn

Wat Serv 5s

ser

109 h
109
105 m

108 m
108
99

A '67-F&A

Peoples Gas (N J) 1st 5s '68. J&D
Ists f 5Ms 1960
J&D
Peoples G & Fuel 6 Ms vrw'37 A&O
People's G L & Coke. Chicago—
1st cons g 6s 1943-.
-A&O
Refunding gold 5s 1947..M&S
1st & ref 4s 1981 ser B.-..J&J

90m
93 m
23 m
113m
117M
103

1st & ref mtge 4s ser D '61 .J&D
Mutual Fuel Gas g 5s' 47 M&N
Peoples Light & Power Corp—
1st lien 5 Ms 1941
J&J
Conv deb 5s 1979
J&J

103 %

116M
130
20

J&J

99 m

J&D

1st lien coll 3-6s 1961

102 M

Peoples Telep (Butler; Pa)
1960

Peoria Service Co—

1st

s

f 5s

w

J&D

1954

w

23

M&N
M&N
M&N
F&A

1st consol 4s 1948

103

~

~

„

"

Philadelphia Electric—

1st & ref mtge 3 Msl967--M&S
82" Philadelphia Electric Power Co—

55

103m

117m

101

mtge 5M» 1972
F&A
Phila & Garretsford St Ry—
1st 5s 1955
F&A

98

J&J
M&S

104 m
103

M&S

105

Water Co—

109M
113
62 m

Philadelphia Rapid Transit—
Coll tr g 5s 1957 opt s f„_F&A
103M
8 f guar 5s 1962
M&S
98
6s gold 1962
M&S
102 M
I st m r e 6s 1944
J&J
102 m
♦Darby Media & Ches St Ry—
1st 4Ms 1936
J&J'/ 23
tHe8t Mantua & Fairm—
|
1st extd 5Msl939
M&N/ 86
-

99 m

69
r

102 m
104 m

101m
Philadelphia Company—
Secured gold 5s 1967
106M
J&D
Ardmore Street 5s 1958..A&0
6
106 M
Duquesne Lt 1st 3 Ms '65.J&D
22
Duquesne Trac 1st 5s '30 J&J
Fort Pitt Traction 5s1938
7
Pittsb Rys 5s 1953.
88
A&O
2d Ave Tr 1st 5s 1934
J&D
14
So Trac 1 st & coll tr g 5s'50A&0 f
6
United Trac 5s 1997 ctfs.-J&J
1m
West End Trac con 5s '38.J&J
20

71

Market Street Elev Pass

Ry—

1st ggu 4s 1955
M&N
101M
Traction—
1 Elec & Peo 4s tr ctfs '45 A&O /
13

Union
i

People's Traction Co—
i
P P Ry tr ctfs 4s '43.F&A1/

Union Traction 4s 1952.J&J

♦

104

Co—

1st

51

Serial notes—

3-3 Ms 1941-1948
A&O
Otter Tail Power Co (Minn)—

29

100

J&D

Ry 4M» *48-'55.J&J

81

104m

100 m
49 m

bef '16.M&N

A

27
1

102 m

Oregon Elec Ry 3s 1958 ....M&S
Oregon-Washington Water Serv—
1st M 5s 1957

105 m
a

Deb g 6s 1950 ser A
M&N
Deb 5 Ms 1959 ser B
F&A
Penn Public Service Corp—

~

F&A

A

Apr 1 /
Old Dominion Pow 5s May 15 '51
Omaha & Council Bluffs St Ry—
1st extd 4s 1947
J&J

40

105

M&N

^

ser

II"

Light & Power Co—

^

Oklahoma Gas & Electric—

Adj Income 6s Jan 1 1965..Apr
Bleeck St & F F 1st 4s '50.J&J /

103

Paterson Ry—See Pub Serv Corp
Pecos Valley Gasext6Ms '44M&N

Prior lien 5s 1948
1st con 5s 1948
1st & ref 5s 1950

99 m
96 m

Ohio Valley Water 5s 1954
J&J
Ohio Water Serv 1st 4s 1964. J&D

1st M 5s 1948

123 h

.M&S

Peoria Water Works Co—

1st mtge 4s, 1962
Not68

111

109 h

25

Elec

&

Peoples Tract—See Phila R T
125

110m

New York Rys Corp—
Prior lien 6s

Gas

Paterson & State Line Traction—
5s 1964
J&J

4s

J&D
A&O

Deb g 6s 2024

NY & ER Gas 1st g 5s '44.. J&J
Con 5s 1945
..J&J

N Y & Queens Elec Lt & Pow—
1st & cons M 3 Ms 1965.-M&N

Passaic

Peoples Light & Power Co—
106 M
108

4s 1945-1947
F&A
Ohio Term (Cleve) 6s 1947._J&D

117m
146 m
121

&

gold 5s 1949

Ref mtg&coll tr3j£s 1964 J&D
Rel mtg & coll tr 3 Ms '70--J&J

101

F&A

1st mtge 3 Ms 1968
Ohio Public Service Co—

OO

consol

Penn Water & Power Co—

104.8

M&S
J&J

110

Paterson

110

111M
104m

F&A

102 M

67

95

....M&N

9m

J&D

1st mtge 4s 1967
1st mtge 3 Ms 1972
Ohio Power Co—

104 m
103 m

Pacific Power & Light Co—
1st M 5s 1955
F&A

Penn-Jersey Water—
1st coll 5Ms 1960

8m
4m

105

17 m

M&S

111

15

14 m

Serv—

107

60

Northwestern Pub Serv Co—
1st M 5s ser A 1957
J&J
1st mtge 4s series A 1970--F&A
N• western Telw 1«t 4 M* '44.J&J

106
102

Pub

1950

1st & ref 4 Ms 1977
1st 5s 1979

Ohio Edison Co—

110

New Amster Gas 5s 1948--J&J

108 M

101m

(Loop) 5s g'45-A&0

M&N

D 1965.A&O

coll tr 4s 1949—F&A
Ed El 111 N Y con g 5s '95 J&J

87 m
125

42

8M

107 m

J&J

1942

Northwest

Penn-Ohio

1st M 6 Ms 1936 with warr .J* D /
Northwestern Elevated (Chic)—
1st mtge 5s 1941 opt
M&S

1st & cons 4s 1965

1st lien & ref 3 Ms ser E'66 A&O
N Y Gas Elec LH&P Co—
1st g 5s Dec. 1 1948
J&D
mon

91m

112 m

103

100m

5s,

Pacific

Ref mtge 3 Ms ser O 1966-J&D
Parr Shoals Pow 5s 1952
A&O
Paterson Ext extd 5s 1950
J&D

111m

90
67 m

112

111m
110m

1st & ref M 3 Ms ser 11966. J&D
Pacific Light & Power Co—

Penn Central

8 f reg Income 3-6 Ms May 1 '69
N'west Cities Gas 6s 1949
J&
Northwest Louisiana Gas—

105 m

1st & ref M 3 Ms ser H '61-J&D

Pecos Valley Power &

128 M
126

80

Pacific Gas & Electric Co
1st & ref M 6s 1941 ser B.J&D
1st & ref M 4s serG 1964..J&D

103

mtge 3 Ms 1964
M&S
Northern Texas Electric Co—
Coll tr s f g 5s 1940 opt
J&J
Northern Utilities Co—
1st lien 4-6s 1968
M&N

1st M coll tr 5 Ms '53 ser A. J&J

Consolidated 4 Ms 1954
J&J
Newport Gas Lt 5s A 1961..J&D
Newp News & Hamp Ry G & E—

120

46

J&J

1st 5s 1946-.J2&J

Pacific Telephone & Telegraph—
Ref mtgle3 Ms ser B1966. .A&O

110m

1956
Oberpfalz Elec 7* 1946
Ogden Gas 5s 1945.

40

48

106 m
106

Deb 5s

100m

Pur

90
84 m

Nova Scotia Light & Power Co—
1st M s f 4s 1957
J&D
NY PA NJ Utilities-

106

105 m

ser

102

.

107 m
55

4M8 series A 1959

1st & ref 5s 1952 series A..A&O
1st & ref 5s 1955series B__ J&D
5s stamped 1942
J&J

1st 1& ref 3

47 m

Northwestern Utilities Ltd—
101

ser

104 m
3

1

Northwestern Power Co Ltd—
1st M s f conv 68 '60 ser A.J&J

107 m
104

1st mtge 5s 1958
...J&J
New Orleans City & Lake—
1st sf 5s 1943
J&'

1949

104

1st 3 Ms series A 1969
F&A
Nor Indiana Telep 4 Ms '55.M&N
Northern N Y Utilities Inc—
1st lien & ref 7s 1946 A
M&N
1st lien & ref 6s 1947 B...M&N
Northern Penna Power Co—
1st & ref 5s 1956 ser A
J&D
1st & ref 5s 1962
A&O
Northern States Power (Minn)—

Union El

cons

Oonv deb 6s

1st

67 m
67

63

M&S

Los Angeles Pacific RR—
1st & ref mtge 5s 1943-M&S

1st

103 m

1st & ref M 3 Ms 1967.
F&A
Northern States Power (Wis)—

25
25 m
34
110m
127 m
85 m

1st & ref 4 Ms D 1983
M&N
N J & Hud Rlv Ry & Kerry—
1st gold 4s 1950
M&S
N J Pow & Lt 1st 4M" '60..A&O

Nov

27
103

Nor Conn Lt & Pr 5s 1946._J&D

J&D

New Mex Gas conv 5s 1951 M&N
New Mexico Power—

104 m
105 m

Northern Indiana Pub Serv—

69

f 4Mb 1956
New Haven Water—
1st & ref 4Mb o 1981

105m

105

Joint 1st mtge 4s ser A '42. J&J

116

Power—
J&J

1sts

105m
104 h

North Continent Utilities Cor
>rp—
1st coll & ref 5 Ms *4fc
-J&J
North Penn Gas Co—
1st M & lien 5Ms 1957.
M&N
North Shore Gas Co of Illinois—

110

M&N

M&N

45

60

F&A
F&A

113m

5s 1942...J&J

1961

Los Angeles Pacific Co—
1st ref g 4s 1950 opt'15.
Gen

42

F&A
Nor Amer Gas & El 6s 1949..J&J
North Amer Light & Power Co—
S f deb 5 Ms 1956
J&J
North Boston
Ltg Properties
3MS secured notes 1947..-A&O
North Carolina Gas 6s 48..M&N

108

Gas Elec

Light H eat & Power
Newark Cons Gas con 5s '48.J&D
Newark Gas 6s Apr 1 1944._Q-J
New England G & E Assoc—
Deb g 5s 1947
M&S

111m

108 m

North Texas Co 3-6s 1957—<tJ&J

National Public Service Corp—

Refunding 5s

Redona Ry 1st 5s '42.M&N
111

4s debentures 1959

National Electric Power Co—
6s stamped 1978
Vs
J&J /
Nat Gas & El Corp 5s 1953.F&A
101m
5s series B 1947
102 m
-J&D
Nat L« &
ow 6s 1949
M&N
70

National Power & Light—
Deb 6s series A 2026
Deb 5s 2030 ser B

See N Y Gas Elec Lt & Power

3Ms debentures 1954

Bid

Bonds

Calif Pac Ry 1st 5s 1941. _.T&J
Los Angeles Hormosa Beach &

Niagara Falls Power—
1st & ref 3 Ms 1966
M&S
Niagara Lockport & Ont Power—

3 Ms debentures 1949..

99 m

102 M

99 m

North American Co—

26 m

110m

Ask

Pacific Elec Ry g

1st & ref 5s 1955 ser A
A&O
Nippon Elec Pow Ltd (Japan)—
1st mtge 6 Ms 1953
J&J
Norf & Ports Bdge 6M« '47.-F&A

21

Mut Fuel Gas-See Peoples GL&C
Mutual Un Tel—See West Un Tel

Narrangansett Electric Co—
1st mtge 3 Ms 1966
J&J
Nashville Gas & Heating Co—
1st 5s 1951
M&N
Nassau El RR—See Bklyn Queens
Nassau & Suff Ltge 5s 1945..F&A

Bid

Ask

84

Bid

Montreal Tramways—
1st & ref g 5s 1641 opt
J& J
Oen & ref 5s 1955 series A_ A&O
Gen &ref 5s 1955 ser B
A&O
Gen &refs f 4 Ms *55 ser O A&O
Gen & ref 5s 1955 ser D.A&O

18M
98M

Exchanged for Phila. Trans. Co. 3-6s, 2039, under reorganization plan,
t Exchanged for Phila. Trans. Co. 4s, 1969, under reorganization plan,
t Exchanged for Phila. Trans. Co. 3-6s, 2039, and pref. stock under plan.
a Called for redemption; see page 111.
b Basis,
e Ex-interest.
/This price
k Last sale,
n Nominal,
r Payable in Canadian funds.

Includes accrued interest,




Quotations for all

securities are

Bid

Bonds
Phlla Suburban Water Oo—
1st s f 4s 1905
M&S
Phlla Transportation Co—
Consol mtge 3-6s 2039

5754
62

65

---

8854

J&J

49

Philippine Long Distance Tel—
1st s f 6s series A 1953
J&J

80

41

754

Hydro-El Co (Italy)

23

1st & ref s f 6 Ha I960 ser A A&O
Pinellas Wat Oo 55*s 1959.M&S
Pitts Oanonsburg &

2

10354

10454

22

107

/
/

Coke—
J&J

—

Stamped..
gen

30

100
26

1950—J&J

454s

81

82

7754
10654

M 5s exten to

1950

J&J

Portland (Me) RR 3Ks 1951.J&J
1st 1 & con m 5s 1945—M&N
Porto Rican Power 6s 1950-M&N
Porto Rican Rys Ltd 5s 1962M&N
Postal Teleg & Cable 5s '53.J&J
Potomac Edison Co—
1st mtge 5s 1956 ser E—M&N
1st M 4 54 s 1961 series F—A&O
Potomac Electric Power—

3 54s

J&J

1960

power Corp of Canada Ltd—
Conv deb 4 54s 1959 Ser B.M&S
Conv deb 5s ser A

1957—J&D

Power Secur coll tr 6s

*49__J&p

B1963 F&A
Provincial Light Heat & Power—
Providence Gas 4s ser

93

101
79

65

1854

1st mtge 3 Ks 1964
4s s f debs 1949

109
108 H

Southern

100 54

8854

8954

4 Ha 1962
A&O
Southern Cities Utilities Co—

92

10954

J&D

106

13054
10954
10954
10954

10754

101

1 1941

10454

a

M&S

109

101
18

22

54
137

ser

15854

95

8154
100

10654

10954

106

10754

72

8154

M&S

99
103

6

98

100
100
78
58

10054
103

14754
217

220

89
68

8

80

10654

99

6954
112 54
8954

.J&D

7454

Called for redemption• seepage 111.

71

7154

8654

IV*
73
74

10254
48

5054

70

2754

10654

10754

J&J
—..J&J

5s 1942-1946
Sioux City (la) Serv 6sl951.J&J
Somerset Un & Middlesex Ltg—

4s Dec 1,

1943
J&D
Water—
M&N

71

§6"~

South Carolina Power Oo—
1st lien & ref 5s 1957—J&J

e

Ex-coupon.

71

7054

71

F&A
J&D

8054

1st lien 6s series A 1948
ser

B

7054
7054
7054

80

82

Standard Telephone Oo—
1st 1 coll tr 554s '43 ser A.M&N / 103
Certificates of deposit
/ 103
Conv deb 6s 1938
M&N / 13
Stettin Pub Utll 7s 1946
A&O / 2654

Weir ton
Ry 1st 5s 1951
A&O / 17
11754
Syracuse Gas g 5s 1946
J&J
127
Syracuse Lighting 5s g 1951-J&D
Syrac Rap Tr 1st g 5s 1946-M&S / 2654
2nd mortgage 5s 1930
J&J /
754

/ 3854
Syracuse Transit 4s 1969
Taiwan El Pow s f 554s 1971-J&J
3954
10054
Tampa (Fla) Gas 554s '56
A&O

11854

40""
4154
10054

A&O

95

98

Telephone Bond & Share Oo—
Deb 5s 1958
J&D

78

79

98

99

1st

5s

1961

1953
M&N
Temescal Water 1st 5s A *60 M&N
Tennessee Eastern Elec Co—■
1st M 5s 1943
F&A
Ref s f 6s series A 1955—M&N

75

10254

80
103

Cor P

/This price includes accrued

100

102
99

2654

2954

1st con M g 5s 1944
M&N
11154
Texarkana Wat 1st 5s '58
F&A
10554
Texas Elec Ry 5s 1947-J&J /
6
Tex Trac 1st 5s 1937 opt
J&J /
6
Texas Electric Service Oo—
1st mtge 5s 1900
J&J
10654
Texas Gas Utilities Oo—
1st 2-6s 1951
..M&S / 27

11254

Texas Pow Corp 6s 1958
General 654s 1956

105

South Jer G E & T—See Pub Serv ice

b Basis,

7054

F&A
Standard Public Service Corp—
1957.

Texas Hydro Electric Corp—
1st mtge 6s ser A 1956
A&O

South Bay Consolidated
1st ref 5s 1950

7654

51

71

J&D

Terni Hydro Elec 854s 1953.F&A
Terre Haute Traction & Light—

105
103

g

10454

.

May 1 *48—A&O
May 1 *48--A&O
1951
F&A

5s

Serial debentures—

10154
10054
9954

106

Telephone Service (Ohio)—

M&S
M&S
Silesia Elec Corp ■ f 6 54s'46 .F&A
Sioux City Gas & Electric Co—
1st mtge 4s 1966
J&J
1st & ref 5s 1960 ser A
1st 5V4s ser B 1957

Mtge

M&S
Queensboro Gas & El 5s '52.J&J
Conv g dsb 5 Ha '52 ser A.A&O
Republic Service Corp—

w*

86

85

3s 1941

10154
10054

8554

Shinyetsu Elec Pow (Japan)
1st sink fund 654s 1952—J&D
Shrevp't Bdge & Term 5s'55.F&A

9754

73

11054

Steuben ville Wellsburg &

6
79

f

Gen Income 4s (w-s) 1957-A&O
Sierra Pacific Power Co—

152

10854

8354
8354

7154
7154
7154
7154

6s stmp ext
Debenture 6s

1st lien 6s 1948

104

Shreveport Rys—

112

§754
64

A&O

1961

82

70

Springfield (Mo) Gas & Elec Oo—
104
1st mtge 5s 1957 ser A
J&D
Springfield (Mass) St Ry—
Ref & gen 6s 1940...
M&S / 49
126
Stamford Water 1st 5s 1952
J&J

Deb g 6s

10354

Shawinlgan Water & Power Oo—
1st M&col s f 454s'67 ser A A&O
1st cofl tr 454s8er D '70.A&O
1st coll tr 4s ser F 1901
A&O
1st coll tr 4s ser G 1969--J&D
Conv coll sec 3H s 1946._M&N
Shenango Valley Water—
4s series B

7954
110

A&O

Debenture 6s 1966

Seconu Ave Trac—See Phlla Go128

8254

6s gold debs 1957
F&A
Standard Power & Light Corp—

10054
105

A...F&A

1st & ref 5s series B1961.F&A
Scrdnton Trans ser A 5s*59.A&0
4s series B1959
A&O
Income 3sApr 1 1959..
M&N
Seattle Gas 1st 5s 1954
A&O
Seattle Lighting Oolst 5s 1944

Telep Co—
M&S

Convertible notes—

74

Brook Water Serv—
ser

States
1948.

Standard Gas & Elec of Del.—

10854

M&S

1st 454s 1958

6s

6s stmp ext

1947
QJ
F 1955.M&S

Scran to n-Spg

7954

108

M

Springfield City Water—

Scranton Gas & Water Oo—

95

10254

10554

__

159

91
91
104

10154

Light & Pow Co—

1st mtge 4s ser A 1956

D

1st & ref 5s 1967

109

M&S

1968--J&J
Co—
1970._F&A

1st 6s 1949-_
Spokane Gas & Fuel 5s 1944.F&A
Spring Brook Water Supply—
1st ref 5a 1965-—A&O
Spring Val Util ref 6sl943..J&D

105

Sayre (Pa) Elec 5s 1947
A&O
10554
Schenectady Ry 1st 5s Mar 1, '46 /
4 54
Scioto Val Ry & Pr 1st 6s '43.J&D
95

105

10954

108

1st

Serial notes—

10654

Power—

1st & coll 4sl902—

A&O

1st mtge 4s 1963
1st mtge 3548 1970--

10454
10454
10554
10554

.




106

106
106

11054

10854

Southwestern

103

103
103

Savannah Electric & Power Co—

_

Canadian funds.

101

72

_

1st ooll trust 5s

100

1st & ref M 5s

74

10954

1st & ref M 3s ser O

Deb g 6s 2022 series A

112

F&A
F&A
6s 1943
F&A
San Angelo Telep 1st 5s 1958 F&A

ser

10
74

112

1st mtge 354s ser A 1969..J&D
Southwestern Power & Light—

10954

M&S

Assn 6s 1941

is

7254
7254

9354
5954

110

Southwestern

Light—

102

1st & ret

100

1st mtge 3 54s ser A

.

100

F&A

Southwestern Gas & Elec

Ry debenture 454s 1943..J&D
Savannah Elec Oo 1st 5s '52. J&J

10054
10154
10054

48 54
102

Southwestern Public Service Co—
1st M s f 6s 1945 ser A
J&J

74

104
106

103

/

1st 6s series

12

1st mtge 354» ser A 1961--J&D
Santa Barb Tel 3 54» ser C66 J &J
Sandwich Windsor & Amherstb'g

103

100

96

Gas Co—

Non-cum 6s (ws) 1951

Southside Va Pow 5s 1958

San Jose Water Works—

105

104

Southern United

9754
94 54

A&O
A&O
A&O

B 1947
M&S
1st 6s series C 1947
J&D
Southwestern Bell Telephone—
1st & ref M 354s ser B '64.J&D

104

104

f 6s 1942

Southwest Telephone Co—

10354

1 1945.

s

9154

1045

1 1944.

10-year coll

5EM

103

10554

126""

Southern Utah Power Oo—
1st M 554s May 1. 1960.-M&S

71

4s

iSSB

Puget Sound Power & Light—
1st & ref 554s 1949
J&D
1st & ref 5s 1950 ser O
M&N
1st & ref 4 Ha 1950 ser D.J&D

n»

San Antonio Public Service—

105

107""

124

a

S'west Nat Gas inc 6s 1966
A&O
S'west Pub Serv 654s 1937--M&S /

1035

105

62

10054
10654
10054

Southwest Gas Oo (Okla)—
1st s f 6s 1954
M&N

Apr 15 1941
8an Francisco Bay Toll Bridge—_
1st M sink fund 654® '57-M&N
Deb s f 7s 1942
M&N
San Joaquin Lt & Power Corp—
Unlf & ref 6s 1952 ser B..M&S

105
105

Sept 1 1945.
Mar 1 1946.
Sept 1 1946.
Mar 1 1947.
Sept 1 1947.
Mar 1 1948.
3 Ha Sept 11948
354s Mar 1 1949
3 Ha Sept 1 1949
Public Service Co of N H—
1st mtge 3 54■ ser O 1960--F&A
1st mtge 3 54® ser D '60--M&N
1st 3 54s soles E 1961
F&A
1st 314s series F 1966
J&D
Public Service Corp of N J—
Trust certs 6% perpet—M&N
Camden Sub 1st 5s 1946.J&J
Ell* Plainf & Cent Jersey Ry—
1st g 5s Dec 1, 1950—J&J
Ell* & Rarltan Riv 5s '54-M&N
Elizabeth & Trent 5s '62-A&0
J O Hob & Pat 4s 1949-— M&N
Paterson Ry—
2d 6s *14 ext 5% to *44.A&O
So Jersey Gas El & Trac—
Guar g 5s Marchl,1953.M&S
Public Service Co of Nor 111—
1st mtge 3 54® 1968
A&O
Public Service Co or Oklahoma—
1st mtge 4s ser A 1966
7&A
Public Service Co of Pa—
1st lien & coll 514® '53—J&D
Pub Serv Coordinated Transport
1st & ref 4s 1990----J&J
1st & ref 5s 1990
J&J
1st & ref 5548 1990--——.J&J
1st & ref 6s 1990
J&J
Public Service Elec & Das Oo—
1st & ref M 3 54s 1968
J&J
1st & ref 5s 2037
J&J
1st & ref 8s 2037
J&D
Public Utilities Consol Corp—
1st M 5 Ha 1948
M&S
1st coll 4-554* 1948
A&O
Puerto Rico El Pow 4s to '56.J&J

1st & ref 5 54s series 11945
1st & ref inc 5 54s ser II'45

10854

A&O

F&A
Salt River Valley Water Users

10454
10554

10454

57

Southern Traction—See Phlla Co
Southern Union Gas—

48

15 1964._

Gen gold 5s 1944
Salmon River Power—

1025
103

354 s
3 Ha
3',U s
54
354s
354s
354s

65

56
106

10354

5s '53.
CorpAdj mtge inc Jan 1 6s '60 A&O
1st M pipe line s f 4 54s *51 A&O
Southern Nob Pow 5 54s B'47 J&J
South N E Telep 1st 5s 1948.J&D
Southern G & E (Fla)
Southern Natural Gas

6s 1942

10754

5454
105

1st g 6s 1947 series A
J&J
Southern Counties Gas (Calif)
1st M 454s 1968
M&N

691
121

Guar 5s 1952

10954
10654

76

A&O

1st lien & coll 5s 1958
86

6854

M&S

454s series B 1970

50

10754

Southern Colorado Power Co—

105

St. Maurice Power—
8t Paul Gas

10454

10754
10654

1951-A&O

1st mtge 5s 1959
Conv n-c inc 4s May

102

10754

1

1st mtge. 354s, 1970
Southern Canada Power—

St Louis Public Service—

106 H

10454

10654

California Gas Oo—

93

103

454s Jan 1 1943
St Joseph Water 4s A 1966..A&O

72

105

10054
10254

Jan 1 1942...

St Louis Co Gas 1st 5s

72
70 54

May 1 1960.J&J

92

debentures—

4s

a

Ref mtge 354®®er B I960.1 st & ref mtge 3s 1965
3)

_

35*s Jan 1 1941

M

a

Ref mtge 3 54®

105

101

M&S

112

1941

10554

Corp—

11054

10954

J&D

Public Service Co of Indiana—_
1st mtge 48 ser A 1909
M&S
Serial debentures—

19

x-w

Southern California Edison—

S f

Serial

111
5s 1916M&S
Prussian Elec 6s 1954
?&££ 26
48
Public Gas &Coke 5s 1952.-J&D /
Public Service Oo of Colorado—-

Quebec

10954
10754

27
27

454*5 100 A notes 1958.M&S'/ 62
43
S f 454s inc B notes 1958.M&S/
Rome (Ga) Ry & L 5s '46
A&O' 105
27
Ruhr Gas Corp 654s *53 A-.A&O
Safe Harbor Water Pow Corp—
10754
1st mtge s f 4 Ha 1979
J&D
87
Saguenay Power 454s A 1966 A&O
73
1st 454s series B 1966
A&O
St Clair County (111) Gas & El—
120
1st cons guar 5s 1959
M&S
St Joseph Ry, Lt Heat & Power—
10354
1st mtge 454s 1947
J&D

77 H
106

3 54 s Sept
3 Ha Mar

Southern Bell Telep & Teleg—
3 54® debentures 1962
A&O
3s debentures 1979
-J&J

84

„

(S

2854
3054
2754

Rochester & Lake Ontario Water

Portland(Me) Gas L 5s A*50 A&O
Portland General Eletric Co—
1st & ref 4^s I960
M&S

'

6454
11054

27

1st lien 6s

Rochester

103"

354s Mar

S'eastern P & L deb 6s 2025.M&S

1854

102

mtge

33

93

Transit

J&D
J&D

1st lien 68 1944

27

1754

106

1st

2754

J&J'/

93 H

1951.F&A

Portland Gas Oo 1st 5s

1st

Southeastern Gas & Water Co—

Rhine-Westphalia El Pr (Germ'y)|
Mtge g 7s 1950
M&N/
Direct mtge 6s 1952-.—M&N/
Con mtge 6s 1953
F&A /
Cons 68 1955-—A&O /
Richmond (Ind) W W Corp—
1st M 5s 1957
-M&N
Richmond (S I) Lt & RR—
1st coll tr t 4s 1952
J&J
Rio Grande Valley Gas Co—
1st mtge 5a 1950
A&O
Roanoke (Va) Gas Light—
1st 554s 1951
F&A
Roanoke Ry & El 5s 1953.-F&A
Rochester Central Power Corp—
Deb g 5s 1953
M&S
Rochester Gas & Elec Corp—
Gen mtge 4 Ha 1977ser D.M&S
Gen 354s series H 1967.. M&S
Gen mtge 354® ser I 1967.M&S
Gen mtge 3 54s ser J 1969.M&S
Extend 5s 1951

Bid

Bonds

Ask

Union—

8354

Portland (Ore) Gas &
1st & ref g 5s 1940

1st l'n

854

101

Wash 5s 1937

Pittsburgh Rys—See Phlla Co
Pittsburgh Suburban Water Serv
1st I & ref 5s 1958
M&S
Pittsburgh Trac 1st 5s 1927-A&O
Plainfield-CTn Wat 5s A 'Bl.M&M
Platte Val Tel 1st 454s '58.-M&N
Pomerania Elec 6s 1953
M&N
Portland Elec Pow 6s 1950-M&S

Bid

Bonds
Rhine-Ruhr Wat Serv
Ettl deb 6s 1953..

58

Phlla & West Chester Traction—
1st 4s 1954
J&J
1st 6s 1954
J&J
Phlla & Western Ry 5s 1960-J&J

as near as

Ask

107

J&J

Scrip
1st & ret 4s 1969

marked "f" and income and defaulted bonds
possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date of Issue

bond prices are "and interest" except where

NOTICE—All

Piedmont

77

PUBLIC UTILITY BONDS

Dec., 1940]

Texas Power & LightDeb g 6s 2022 ser A

1st

&

ref

5s

1956

M&S
M&S

J&J
M&N

81

A Last sale,

n Nominal,

3054
84

10054
95

11854
10754

Texas Pub Serv 1st 5s (w-s) 1961.
10254
Texas Traction Oo 5s 1937
J&J /
1

interest.

10754

120

10754
10354

r Payable in

78

PUBLIC

UTILITY

BONDS

NOTICE—-All bond prices arc "and interest" except where marked "f" and In com - and defaulted bonds
Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date of issue

Bid

Bonds

5

Third Avenue Ry (New York)—1st ref g 4s 1960 opt aft'14 J&J

188

5s Jan 1960 opt—A&O f
Third Ave RR lst5sgr37—J&J / 101%
82
Union Ry 1st 5s g 1942--F&A
70
Westchester El 1st 5s g '43-J&J
50
Yonkers Ry 1st 5s 1946—A&O
Tide Water Power 1st 5s '79-F&A
98%
Toho Electric Power (Japan)—
64
1st s f 7s 1955 ser A—M&S15
Tokyo Elec Light Go (Japan)—
45%
1st g 6s 1953 series—.J&Dl 6
109
Toledo Edison 3%" 1968— -J&J
108
1st mtge 3%s 1970
A&O
102 %
3%ssf debs 1960
---A&O
73 %
Traction Term'l Corp 5s '57--J&J
122%
Trenton G & El g 5s 1949—M&S
43
Trenton St Ry ext 5s 1968—J&J /
103
Tri-County Telep 4%s B *56 A&O
2%
Troy City Ry 1st cons 5s '42 A&O /

Adj inc

g

Twin City Rapid

Transit Co—

Ask

59%
20%
105

98%
67
46

103%

1st mtge 3%s ser A 1969.M&N
West Virginia Ohio River
Bridge 3 %-6%s, I960
J&J

75

West

60%
59

27%
30

73%
108%
102%

63
63

74%

80

24%
75
91

108%
85%

118%
86
94

1934—.J&J/
City & Sub Pub Serv 5s '34.J&J /
United Securities Co Ltd—_
Coll s f 5%s ser A 1952—M&N
Coll s f 5%s ser B 1952—M&N
United Telep Del 6s A 1948 A&O
United Tel & Tel 6%s A '53.M&N

9
40

35
42
42

43%
43%

98

—

—

it*

,

■88

II*

Certificates of deposit....
Waukesha Gas & Electric Co—

1st
5s
1959——
J&J
West Canadian Hydro-Electric—
1st 6s ser A 1950
J&J
Oonv deb 6%s 1945
J&J
West Coast Telep 1st 4s '64.M&S

•

No par

value,




a

9%
122
82

115%
111

109%

90
109

109%

82

Water Service—

Gen mtge 3%s gtd 1967
Westchester Service Corp—

J&J

107%

M&N
1st 5s series B 1950...— .J&J
Deb s f 6s extd 1950.
M&N
Western Public Service Co—
1st & ref 5%s 1960
F&A
Western Union Telegraph—

5

2%
107

102%

3

1%
105

pref...100

Atlantic City Elec 8o pref
»
Bait Transit Co v t c
»
Preferred v t c
u..... 100

122%
25c

2.30

Bangor Hydro Elec com
—25
7% preferred.—.— ...100
6% preferred
100
Bear Mt Hudson River Bdge—*

22

138
112

5

.*

com

109

157%
119

Bridgeport Gas Light
*
Bridgeport Hydraulic Co
20
Brit Col Pow Corp A———..
*

37

105

103

104
102

Class B
Brockton Gas Light Co v c c

52

53%
39

110%

65

108

107%

106%
116

31%

3%
34

17%

•

5%
160

5%
114%
66%
2%
,

__*

Certificates of deposit.....*
Bklyn & Queens Transit com
*
$6 preferred—
*

$1.60 prior preferred. .;
$5 1st preferred
Oable & Wireless Ltd—

101

73

4%
50%

26
100

Certificates of deposit—..*
Bklyn Teleg & Mess'ger (gu)-100
Brooklyn Union Gas
•
Buffalo Niagara & East Power—

67

56

84%

*

Brooklyn Edison
Bklyn Manhat Transit
86 preferred series A

103%

25
*

a

"20%
70

13

20%
98%

Ordinary shares
J&D

107%

4s June 1 1941
Wisconsin Public Service Corp—
1st mtge 4s 1961
J&D

108

101%
109%

Wolverine Pow adj 4 %s Mar 1 *59
Worcester Transit Association—
Cum income 6s 1952
J&D

42

Cum income 6s (w s) 1952. J&D

109%
43%

78

Wuerttemberg (Germany)—See
Consol Hydro-Elec of
Wyoming Vail P 8 6s 1971—A&O /
Yonkers Ry—See Third Ave Ry

Amer dep rec 7%% A ord—£1
Amer dep rec B ord
—_£1
Amer dep rets 5%% pref—£1
Oallf-Oregon Power Co—
6% preferred series of 1927-100

c*

10

3c

%

_

84

6 % preferred
.100
Oalif Water Serv 6% pref—25
Calif Water & Telep 6

%_pref

25

89%
89%
26

25%

Camden & Rockland water..100
6% preferred
100

15

12

100%
125%
99%
J&D /100%

5s stamped 1947

13
14

45

105

4s,ser A 1966

3%
26%

27%

101

1st mtge

•

Boston Edison Co com
25
Boston Elevated Ry com....100
Brazilian Tr Lt & Pow ord
*

74

76%

82%

J&J

%

84

102%

1st M 5s 1960 ser O—

1st mtge 3%s 1961
Wisconsin Power & Light—

%

Beverly Gas & Elec
25
Biddeford & Saco Water
100
Birmingham Elec 87 pref
*
86 preferred*
Birmingham Gas common....-.2
$3.50 prior preferred..
..50
Birmingham Water Works—
6% preferred
100
Blackstone Vai Gas & El pref. 100

78

37%
109%

%

*

......

93

73

-.M&S
F&A
M&N
Williamsport Water Co¬
urt M 5s Aug 1952ser A...F&A
Winnipeg Electric Co—
Gen 4-5s series A 1965
J&J
Gen inc 4-5s ser B 1965...J&J
Wise Elec Power 3%s 1968.A&O
Wise Fuel & Lt 1st 5s 1948..M&N
Wisconsin Gas & Electric—
1st mtge 3%s 1966
A&O
Wisconsin Hydro-Electric Co—
1st M 5s 1947
A&O
Wisconsin Michigan Power Co—

2

100

100%

Canada Nor Pow com
Canadian Marconi
1
Capital Transit (Wash. D C) 100
Carolina Pow & Light 87 pref —*
$6 preferred.
*
Carolina Tel & Tel
..—.100
Casco Bay Lt & Water
100

9

16)t
m
157

6% preferred

PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS.
Alabama Power $7 pref

104%
103%
105
103
6

132"

102%
92%

*

$6 preferred
♦
$5 preferred
.*
Alabama Water Service 6% pref.*
Allegheny Traction—See Phlla Co
Allentown Beth Gas pref
50
Amer Cable & Radio Corp
Amer & Foreign Pow com

$7 preferred.

4%
15

110%

*

3%
12%

13"^

27

28

com

6% preferred.
—.—25
Amer Power & Light com
*

48

2%
48%

Cent & 8 W Util com————60c
Preferred
...——..*

41

41%

pref...100

93

95

Prior lien preferred...
*
Central States Edison——.*
Central States Pow & L 87 pf--*
Cent Vermont Pub Serv 6% pf-*
Central West Co. v t c——....5
Chic City & Con com part ctfii—*
Pref partic ctfs.
._*
Chicago Rys partic ctfii ser 1—100

102%

2%

American Service $3 preferred—*

Z/

50c

74,

19

Amer States

Utility com
1
5% % preferred
25
Amer Superpower Corp com....*
First 86 preferred-..———*

2%
17

%
58%

Preferred 86 series
*
American Telep & Teleg
..100
Amer Utilities Service com..
*

8

.._..—

166%

97

10%

10%

6% preferred....

10

6%
7

112

—

Arkansas Nat Gas common...__
Class A—......—..——*

18c

97%
112%

110

*
Edison com
*
Arizona Power 86 preferred——*
Arkansas Missouri Power—
Arizona

Common............—....1
6% preferred
50

~

2%
17%
%8
59%
8%
166%

5%
6%

—......

6% preferred..

20

8c

0% preferred..
..25
Amer Wat Wks & Elec com.....*
86 1st preferred
...»

Appalachian El Pow 7% pref -_*
111

114%
3%

*
.*

$5 preferredAmer Public Serv 7%
Amer Railways com

110%

12%
%
29

W arrants

103
104

53

4%% preferred
*
100
Cent Illinois Light 4% % pref. 100
Cent 111 Pub Serv $6 pref.
*
Cent Indiana Gas 6%% pref. 100
Cent Indiana Power 7% pref 100
Central Maine Pow 86 pref— -100

Waction"Il25

Amer Gas & Power

114

100

S6 preferred.

94
94
93

3

—100
Central Arizona Lt & Power Co—
$6 preferred
$7 preferred
...»
Cent Arkan Pub Serv Corp pf 100
Central Elec and Tel com
1
6%preferred
50
Cent Hud G & El com.......
*

6% preferred..—......100
$7 preferred
100
5% preferred
50
Central N Y Power Corp—
5% preferred
.....100
Cent Ohio Lt & Pow 6% pf
»
Central Pow & Light 7% pref 100
6% preferred
100

preferred

American Light&

102%

15

14%
2%
11%
%
28%

»

.116

Amer Gas & Elec com.—
cum

1%
1%

1

—*

§7 second 2nd pref series A—*
§6 cum pref
*
4% %

104

59%
1%

yy 2,frftnt8

103

83

81
101

1

——

104%

112

7

75%

7%
77

Series 2
Series 3
8eries 4.—.

x

8%
48

1%

2

2

2%
8%

8%

1.05

13%
115

113%
89%
75

80
103
103

112%
45%

99

117%
105%
40

106%
7
105

1%

%

Cincinnati Gas & Elec 5% pf 100
Cincinnati Street Ry
—50
Oincin & Suburb Bell Telep
50
Preferred
Preferred B
Preferred BB

$7 preferred
Citizens Gas Fuel

9

49

104

-46%

100
—.100

10
—100
*

..*

Cities Serv Pr & Lt 86 pref
*

107
109

100

Cities Service com.......

*
..*

*
Citizens' Pass Ry—See Phila R T
Citizens Traction—See Phila Co
Citizens Utilities com
........1
com

1%

80

100

Called for redemption; see page 111.

6 Basis.

/Flat Price,

ft Last sale.

»

Nominal,

r

Canadian price.

%

15c

%

Bell Telephone (Canada)
100
Canadian Price
Bell Telep of Pa 6%% pref-.100

101

101

1

*

•

Beauharnois Power

75%
101%

Wheeling (W Va) Electric Co—
1st M 5s 1941 opt
M&N

20c

%

Telep Co Ltd 81.25 pf
*
Assoc Telep & Teleg 86 pref
*
87 1st preferred—
100
$4 preferred
*
Class A

110%

77

Fdg & R E M 4%s g *50—M&N
25-year g 5s 1951—
J&D
30-year 5s Mar 1 1960
M&S
Mut Un 6s e*t at 5%to'4lM&N
Western Utilities Corp—
15-year s f 6s 1952—....M&N

5c
10c

Assoc

109

127%
109%

101%

90
82 '

....

Atlanta Gas Light 6%

4s 1948-1953.
2
-..A&O /
Western Cont Util 6s 1944—M&S /
1%
106
Western N Y Utilities 5s '46. J&D
Western N Y Water Co—
104
1st M 5%s 1950—
M&N
1st M 5s 1951

$5 preferred
86 preferred
86% preferred
87 preferred
Associated General Utilitiessee Investing Companies
Associated Public Utility

Ask

80

—

77

York (Pa) Gas 1st 5s 1941-M&N
York Haven Wat&P 1st 5s'51 J&D
York Rys 1st M? 5s '37 opt.J&D

101
M&N
1st lien 6s ser Bt 1953.
1953
102
United Traction (Albany)—
Con g 4%s 2004
J&D /
4%
Unit Trac (Pgh)—See Phlla Co

Unterelbe Power & Light Co—
Sink fd M 6s 1953
A&O / 26
Upper Mich Pow & Light—
1st mtge 4s ser A 1959
101
F&A
Utah Lt & Tr 1st 5s 1944 A. .A&O
104%
Utah Power & Light Co—
Deb 6s May 1 2022.—M&N
102%
1st lien gen M 5s 1944—F&A
104%
1st lien & gen M 4%s 1944.F&A
101%
Utlca Belt Line Street Ry—
1st 5s 1939
M&N f
Utlca El L & P 1st 5s 1950—-J&J
123
Utlca G & El ref & ext 5s '57 J&J
131
Co Bldg (Kanata Realty)—
5s 1956
F&A
101
Utica & Mohawk Valley Ry—
1st 4%s 1941
M&S
Vermont Ltg Corp 1st 5s*44 A&O
Vesten Elec Ry 7s 1947
J&D
26
Virginia Electric & Power—
1st & ref M 3%s B 1968—M&S
109%
Virginia Public Service Co—
1st & ref 5%s 1946 ser A..F&A
102
1st & ref 5s 1950 ser B
J&D
102%
1st & ref 6s ser O 1952....M&S
103
Deb s f 6s 1946
F&A
101%
Washington Gas & Electric Co—
1st s f 5%s 1947
1.F&A
1st M 5%s 1953—
.J&J
1st M 5s 1955
—..M&N
1st lien & ref 6s w w I960.F&A
Washington Gas Lt 5s '60..M&N
128
Washington Ry & Elec CoConsolidated 4s 1951
J&D
109
Anacost & Pot 5s 1949
A&O
106
1st guar 5s 1949
..A&O
111%
City & Sub 5s g 1948
F&A
105
Washington Water Power Co—
1st mtge 3%s 1964
...J&D
109
Waterloo Ced Falls & No Ry—
1st M s f g 5s 1940
—J&J
9%

114%
110%
108%
116%

1

87%

....

Serial debentures—

104%
103%

United Rys of St Louis—/
Gen g 4s July 1

108

Wichita Water 6s 1949
1st M 5s 1956 ser B

104%

40

8

106%

Arkansas Pow & Lt 87 pref
*
6% preferred
.*
Associated Gas & Elec com ....]
Common class A
.1
Original preferred
84 preferred

103

103%
Wat 5s '52..J&D
Westphalia United El Pr (Germ)
1st M s f 6s 1953
—
J&J /

__

United Railways of Havana—
Eq 7%s Feb 15 1936
F&A /

101

Bid

Stocks

Westmoreland

_

102%

Virginia

1st mtge 4s 1961
A&O
Westchester Elec—See 3d Ave Ry
Westchester Lt 1st g 5s *50.-J&D

^

Oonv coll tr 5 %s B 1960—J&J
United Rys Cos 4% ctfs '49. J&J

Ask

West Texas Utilities Co—

57

...

3%s 1956
A&O
2d extended 5%s 1956...M&N

109%

59 %

104
1st 1 & ref 5%s 1945 Ser A.M&S
Tyrol Hydro-Electric Pow Co—
1st Ms f 7%s 1955
M&N/
Guar s f 7s 1952
—F&A /
Ujlgawa Elec Power (Japan)—
1st M b f 7s 1945
M&S15
71
Union Electric Co of Missouri—
1st mtge & coll tr 3 %s 1962 J&J
108
8% notes,1942..
J&J
101%
Union Elev KR—See N W Elev
Union Gas Co. of Canada—
1st serial 4s 1940-42.
J&D
61
1st serial 4%s 1943-45
J&D
61
1st 4%s 1950
J&D
71%
Union Gas System—
1st M & coll s f 5s 1948-..J&D
72%
Union Passenger Railway—
1st 4s Miur 31 1961
A&O
78
2d ext 4s Mar 31 I960
A&O
76
Union Ry—See Third Ave Ry
Union Traction—See Phlla R T
Union Water Service Co—
First lien 5%s '51 ser A.M&N
103
Unit Elec Co of N J 4s '49—J&D
118
United Elec Rys (Providence)—
Gen ref M 5s Jan 1951 ser A._
100
Gen ref M 4s Jan 1951 ser B._
92
United Electric Service (Italy)—
Extl 1st s f 7s 1956 ser A—J&D
20
United Gas & Fuel (Hamilton)—
1st s f 5%s 1948
....J&J
73
United Light & Power Co—„
Deb g 6%s 1974
.M&N
90
1st 1 & consol 5%s 1959—A&O
107%
Deb g 6s 1975—
..M&N
85
United Lt&Rys(Me)6s A'52 A&O
118%
Deb 6s 1973
J&J
84%
Un Lt Rys (Del) deb 5%s.52 F&A
93%
United Public Utilities Corp—
Oonv coll tr 6s A 1960
J&J
103%

West Philadelphia Pass Ry—
1st ext

_

1st lien&ref5%s A 1952—J&D
1st lien & ref 5 %s B J952 .J&J
Twin States Gas & Electric—■

Bid

Bonds
West End St Ry—See Boston El
West End Trac—See Phlla Co
West Ohio Gas 1st s f 5s 1958J&J
West Perm Elec deb 5s 2030. A&O
West Penn Power—
1st M 5s 1963 series E
M&S
1st M 3%s ser I 1966..... J&J
1st M 3s ser K 1970
M&S
West Penn Tr 1st 5s I960..J&D

Ex-dividend.

34

dec., 1940]

Par

Stocks

^

Cleve Elec Ilium

$4.50 preferred
Cleveland

Kail way

25

26

27%
4%
77%

28%

.

116

28%

115%
28%

Commonwealt b & Sou Corp com *

%

1

Optional warrants

382

$6 preferred
Commonwealth Tel (Pa) 7% pf 20
Commonwealth Utility 633 % pf-*

55*«

54
6

100

Commonwealth Water Co—

100

106

Commonwealth Water St Light—
n

*
...10

.

First preferred H%

104

n

107

1033

9

IUi«

46%
23%

Community Pub Ser com
..25
Community Water derv com..
7% preferred
Concord Elec Co 6% pref—^.100

118

*

43

Conn Gas & Coke Sec pref
Common

•

35

39

Connecticut Light & Power

*

56*

58"

Cons Edison Co of N Y

70%

22

10533

"l%
29

31

151

154

10733
10533

*

com

10933
10633

9333

9133

1

5

1

—

»

1

«•

«*

6% preferred..
_.__.*
Danbury & Bethel G St E pf
25
Dayton Pow & Lt 433% pref.100
Denver Tramway com
*

115

117

27

*
*

100

333
175

3%
6%

common.....

70c

75c'
73

10

1233
2

1%

17

14
2
90

94

19

22

25k
4

3%
4%
64%

65

56

57%

4%

3%
74%

6% preferred.............100
8% preferred
100
Elec Power & Light Corp
*
$7 preferred
*
$6 preferred
*
2d pref series A
*
Optional warrants
El Paso Electric Co (Del)
Preferred series A 7%
100
El Paso Nat Gas com......
3
7% Preferred
100

4%

120

4%

3IS

31

2633
12%
lk
99

27%
14
2
101

60

ElUabethtown Water Com...100
Elizabeth Consol Gas
100

113

118

214

218

76

Federal Light & Tr com
15
Preferred ($0)
*
Federal Power St Light com...60

Without par value,




dh

o

5

633
40

88%

52
Phila

5?7
R

T

56

21%
12

98%

22]

12;
102

100

Michigan Consol Gas
Michigan Public Service
6% preferred

4

8

108

110

*

1433

55"

5

—

1334

50"
533
%6
3%
333
333
33
33

_*

Convertible pref A
Midland Util 7% prior lien.. J00

prior lien
100
7% preierred class A
.100
0% preferred class A
100
Minnesota Pow & Lt 7% pref 100
$0 cum preferred
*

0%

1433

110
110

Montana Dakota Utilities

100
Units.

International Ry v t c
Internat Teleg of Me (gu)

.100
100
International Telep & Teleg
*
Foreign share ctfs
*
International

108 %
4

21

1093|

2%

3

2

2

5%
36
74

3%
85

633
3733

90
6

4%
20

*

*
*

Investors Telephone com
Iowa Electric Co—

233

$3

1
10

Class A

1%

50
100

25

2k
3%

27

preferred

50

10
*

conv

$0 preferred

*
1st pref 100
0% preferred
100
Nevada-Calif Electric com—..10
Preferred
100
New Bedford Gas & Edison Lt.25
Nebraska Power 7%

"433

*

16

1733

100

31

33

100

33

35

71
74
81

73

New Eng Pow Assn com

100

100
7% pref—-100
*

Iowa Pub Serv $0 pref

6% % preferred
$7 preferred

*

10333
104

15

-

Iowa Southern UtilitiesCommon

*

0% arrearcertificates———100
6%% arrear certificates
100
7% arrear certificates
100
Italian Superpower—
See Investing Companies.
Jamaica Pub Service Ltd
Preferred

3

1233
1433
15

|7 preferred

———

$6 preferred.
$0 prior pref

it*

*

*
*
New England Tel St Tel——100
—

New Haven Water

16

New

18

New Jersey Water pref
New Mexico Gas com

50

Jersey Pow St Lt $0 pref—*

6% preferred——

116

103
7

28%
7 33
8833
9833
107

2033

4633
135

56

Canadian price.

I New stock.

10833
2033
50

5k
17

4833
13633
5633
22

1533
9Q

4333 Nov. 19
4%
433
7

8733
115

"l"
31

67
20

733
54

18
141

66*
833
733
6333
12233
8033
11133
103

—-5

5
46

34

r

833
8933
100

ll'k

10733

Nominal,

30

28

1333
32

96
81

11633
10333
733

39

533

100
50

8533

100

129

100

n

*
0% preferred
-—-.100
$2 preferred
*
New England Pow Co $0 pref.100
New England Pub Ser com
*
$7 prior preferred—
*
—

433

—*

Jamaica Water Supply.—....—*
$5 cum pref ser A—
*

k Last sale,

83"

103"

*

Common

*

$533 preferred stamped--

Iowa Elec Lt & Power Co—

0% preferred A
6%% preferred
7% preferred O

9333
7833

New Eng Gas & Elec Assn—

100

6% % preferred
7 % "preferred

111.

Mountain States Tel & Tel. .100

33
87

15

50

Narragansett El 4% % pref
Nassau & Suffolk 7% pref
National City Lines com

2

Companies.

...

see page

5% preferred

y*

86
83

48

com

433

.

95

*

Supply

6

33
433

92

40
100
10

National Gas & Elec com
National Power & Light com

Interstate Power pref $7
$6 preferred

Called for redemption,

*
*

Montreal Tramways com.

1%

Utilities—

See Investing

10
100
100

com.

Montana Power 0% pref
Montreal L H & Pow Cons
Montreal Telegraph

Mountain States Power

"4"

*

com

5% preferred
0% preferred

Mountain Fuel

6

*

Water

Monongahela L & P—See PhllaOo
Monongahela St Ry—See PhllaOo
Monongahela Valley Water—
7% preferred
100
Monon-West Penn P S 7% pref 15

20%

25c

"3

100
100

Missouri Pub Service

35

108"

110

100

15

77*

75

Mexican Northern Ry com
Preferred
Mexican Utilities preferred

82

Iowa Power & Lt

6%

*

12*3
12%

84%

63
70

97

80

86

83%
83 k

9

Fairm't Pk & Hadd Pass Ry—See
Fall River Elec Light
25
Fall River Gas Works
25

•

89%
86%

85

Erie Coach

Company.............50
European Elec class A
10

Essex

29

33
2033
433

10833

112

85"

85%

033% preferred..
100
6% preferred
100
Empire Power Corp—
See Investing Companies.
Engineers Pub Serv com
..1
$5 cumulative preferred
*
$533 pref (with warrants)—_*
$6 preferred
*

333

5

10133

3

106

110

Power Securities

19

133
9033
10033

*

0% preferred
100
Indiana Hydro Elec 7% pref.100
Indiana Service Co 0% pref—100
7% preferred
.100
Indiana Telephone Corp
100
Indianapolis Power A Light—
Common
*
0% preferred
100
6 %% preferred
—100
5% % preferred
100
Indianapolis Ry Co v t c
100
Interboro Rapid Transit
Common certificates of deposit.
Internat Hydro-El Syst A
25
Conv pref $3.50 series
50
Inter-Mountain Telep
10

Internat

3233

*

cum preferred
preferred series C
$0 prior preferred
7% prior preferred

Mississippi Power $0 pref
_*
$7 preferred
*
Miss Power & Light 0% pref
*
Mississippi Riv Pow 0% pref.100
Missouri Pow & Lt $6 pref.
*

*

8

$6

112

International Power Co
1st preferred

133

$5

110

47

100

Preferred 7%

65

Memphis Natural Gas
Metropolitan Edison Co—

100

Interstate Natural Gas

50

Empire & Bay State Tel (gu) 100
Empire District Elec 6% pf-.lOO
Empire Gas & Fuel Co pf 8% .100

"af

Service—

Teleg guar)..100

89

33
1934
433

$2 Preferred

ill'

a

103

1233

108

32

3133
110
57

Preferred

\l»

57%

a

116

0% prior preferred
100
Power & Light Associat'n

*

Internat Ocean

50

com

12%

55

%

....

98""

94

*
*

ft

3

47*

Indiana & Michigan Electric—

70

112%

1833

38

59

1833
10233

3233

50
*

58%

*

15c

Illinois Power & Light—

General

24

30c
106

19

100

Middle West Corp com
Midland United com...

7% preferred

933
34
2433

Mass

111312
98
3%
28 k
6k

Indiana

25

$6 preferred
$5 preferred

II*

*

62

3%

85"

Market St Ry(San Francisco)

Middlesex

3%
36%

77

103

81

Marion (Ohio) Water 7% pref.100
Marion Reserve Pow $5 pref
;.*

114

$6 preferred
llumtnating Shares class A

100

102
38

25

Marcon Int Marine Commun'y—
Amer dep rets for ord shs.... £1

3

I

633
16

45

25

Electric Co

102%

50

55

5433

100
100

*

7733

10733

100

common

46
7
68

El $0 pref...*
*

100

Illinois Iowa Power

47

25

Certificates of deposits

J33

16%
15 %

*

*

100
100
100

Hudson & Manhattan

36

._*
6

11%

a

cl A...

5% non-cum preferred
Huntington Water 7% pref
Idaho Power 7% pref
6% 1st preferred
111 Comm'l Telep 6% pref

Indiana Assoc Telep $0 pref

140

*
'
100
100
100
100
100
100
*
*
100
100
25

44

Arrears certificates

15"

-

5%

com

Eliz & Trenton RR

116

3

com

Conv stock
Electric Bond & Share..

Electric Ferries

11

-

%
2k
27%

*

50

5% conv preferred
-

7c

1

Preferred

com

100

Common with warrants

35
47

*
*

5

Manhattan Railway 7% guar
Certificates of deposits
Modified 5% guar

33

65

3%
63%

26

Houston Natural Gas com

10c
-

East Coast Public Service vtc..l
East Middlesex Street Ry.—.100

Eastern Util Assoc

-

10

233
74

Duquesne Light—See Phila Co—
Duqueene Nat Gas common
•
$4 preferred
•
$5 preferred
*

—

33

~2%

2

1
100

Havana Elec & Util $5 pref

111

110

25

Havana Elec Ry com..

113^

2

25

com

Holyoke Water Power
~

6633

10
112

100

6% preferred
4%% prior preferred
Eastern Mass St Ry com
6% 1st pref stamped
6% pref B stock
5% adjustment stock
Eastern Mich Transportation
Eastern Minn Power 6% pref
East Shore Pub Serv 633% pf
6% preferred
Easten Telep & Teleg

Hartford Gas

103

55

100

Light $0 pf.*

Maiden & Melrose Gas Lt
Manchester Gas pref

92

112%

32%
32%

100

Lynn Gas & Elec Co
25
Mackay Companies 4% pref. .100

iiH Maiden

110

—

Fower &
Louisv Gas & Elec

$7 preferred

85

90
100 %

1

Louisiana

Luzerne <^0 Gas &

723^

--20
Harrisburg Gas 7% preferred. 100
Harrisburg Rys common
60
Hartford Electric Light....
25

113 k

75c
9
64

100

East Tenn Lt & Pow $6 pref

*

11233

17

96

—

*

5% preferred
0% preferred.
7% preferred
Lowell Electric Light

99
89

15

Haverhill Gas Light
25
Hesronville M & F—See PhilaRT

120

Eastern Gas & Fuel Assoc's

Hamilton Gas common

6% preferred
109

Duke Power

41

9833
84

25
*

*

Long Island Lighting com
7 % preferred A
6 % preferred B

Long view Bridge class A

40

25

Water

7% pref class A
Hamilton Bridge common
Bridge

Lone Star Gas Corp

II"

Gas

*

Lexington Wat Serv 7% nref.100
Light & Pow Securities Co
*
Preferred..
100

10

PhilaRT
.25

Pass—See

Common

1

Haverhill Elec Co

117

Detroit Edison
Detroit Int'l Bridge com..

20

116

106

Detroit & Canada Tunnel

-

..

Preferred

133

k
113

100

Preferred.

5333
33

6% preferred

Dallas Power & Light 7% pref 100

Derby Gas & Elec $7 pref

53%
%
47%

22

43

Cumber (and Co (Maine) Power
& Light 6% preferred
100

533% preferred

22

$1.25 pref
*
Greenwich Water Sys 6% pf-_100
Gulf Power $6 preferred
*
Gulf States Util $6 pref
♦
$5.50 preferred
*

Greenwich

ICO

"233
100
100

1

1

1

1

com

vtc

75
21 k

82

Hackensack

1

Cumberland Gas

1333

*
com..—20
preferred
50

Gloucester Elec Lt Co

Harrisburg

preferred

*

15
80

100
100

Lexington Telep 6% pref

Gold & Stock Telep (guar)
100
Green & Coates—See Phila R T
Green Mt Pow Corp $6 pref...*

120
111

7% preferred

6%

40

8

33

—

34

7 % prior preferred
100
Oontinen Pass Ry—See Phila R T
Continental Telephone 633 % pref

Cuban Telep common

36

Germantown

105

Cons Trac of N J—See P S Corp
Cons Trac (Pittsb)—See Phila Co
Consumers Gas (Reading)....25
Consumers Gas (Toronto)
100
Consumers Power $5 pref
*

Crescent Public Service

40

11

110%
21 h

*

$5 preferred
*
Consol Gas Co (Pgh) pref..
50
Consolidated Gas Utilities com.l

$4.60 preferred
Continental Gas & Electric—

35
36
36

10

69%

com

40

$3 preferred
*
Georgia Power $6 preferred
*
$5 preferred
—*
Georgia Power & Lt 6% pref
*

116

Lewiston Gas Lt 5% pref

62

9

100
100

4%% pref series B
4% preferred series C__

107

433

34%

Gen Wat Gas & Elec com

50%

48%

433% preferred
100
Kentucky Utilities 6% pref.. 100
7% Junior preferred
50
Keystone Fub ferv $2.80 pref..*
Keystone Telep mne $4 pref
50
Key West Elec 1% pref
100
Kings Co Ltg ; % pref
100
5% preferre
100
Laclede Gas Light.
100
5% preferred
100
Lawrence Gas & Elec Co
25

2%

109""

60

Gen Telep Tri Corp
120

117

100
*

43*% preferred

Warrants

110

105

96

*

11633
103

94

8*

5%% preferred
100
Connecticut Power
25
Connecticut Ry & Lighting... 100
Consol Elec & Gas $6 pref
Cons Gas E L & P (Bait)

conv

Kansas Gas & Elec 7% pref.. 100

6% preferred
Kansas Power Co 0 % pref
7% preferred
Kansas Power & Light—

133
117

40

130
106

Gen Telephone Corp

$2.50

7% preferred

8c

103

*

6433

5% preferred

*

9333

11933

*

4%
7%
58

General.Pub Util common
16

13%

*

100
100

100

40

28
lk

6% preferred
100
5%% preferred
100
Gen Gas & Elec (Del) com A..*
$5 prior preferred
*
$6 cum conv pref ser A
*
$6 conv pref ser B
$7 preferred
$8 preferred
*
Gen Italian Edison Elec Corp—
Araer shs for ordinary stockGeneral Public Service Corp—
See Investing Companies.

*

;

Bid

10933

*

R T

Phila

Telegraph (guar)... 100
Gandy Bridge common
*
Gardner Elec Light common. 100
Preferred
100
Gary Elec & Gas common
*
Gatlneau Power com——
*

48"

Common

24%

113 33
40

28

Franklin

114

6% preferred.
y0
7% preferred
Community Pow & Lt

53

S'thwark—see

B

Kansas City Pub Serv
Preferred
Kansas Elec Pow 0% pref

47

Kraukf'd

Par

Jersey Cent Pow A Lt 7% pf 100
0% preferred
100
5%% preferred
.100
Kansas City Power & Light—
1 st pref $6 series

106

52
111
36

60%

114%

5%% preferred

45
104

58

100
..100

35
36

50
—

Florida Power & Lt $7 pref

&

33
33%

pref..100

*
Florida Telephone..
.100
Frankfort Kentucky Nat Gas. .85

Commonwealth Edison Co....25
Commonwealth Gas
1

...

34

74

■JkH
79

Columbus & Southern Ohio Elec—

6% preferred A
6%% preferred B

^

Florida Power Corp 7 %
Preferred $50 par

31%
32%

69

*

100
100
100

6% preferred series A
5% preferred
5% conv preferred

*
*

—

Fitchburg Gas & Elec Light.

113k

25

Colum G & El Corp (Del) com

A..*

com

nrpfpn*AH

41 k
115

40

*
...10b

.

Coast Co Gas & El 5%

Water'Service

$6 preferred
SB % preferred

101

*

common..

Federal

103
103

Stocks

Ask

Bid

Phila Co.

t
^ed St & Pleasant wal—See

7 % preferred
100
City Water Co (Chat) pref
100
City Water (New Castle) pref.100

day of the month preceding the date of issue

Par

Stocks

Ask

Bid

Citizens Water Co of Wash (Pa)-

79

stocks

utility

public

Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing

* Ex-dividend.

89

11633

80

Par

Stocks

com....*

New Orleans Pub. Serv

7% preferred----*
Newport Electric Corp com.--20
6% preferred--—
---100
Newport Water $6 preferred----*

pref 100
(guar)—25
N Y City Omnibus common
*

New Rochelle Water 7 %

N Y Mutual Telegraph

Option warrants

........

N YPow A Lt Corp $6

7%

pref-—--*

------100

preferred

N Y A Queens El

Bid
21

are as near as

5%
preferred
.--100
N Y Railways pref — -———-*
N Y & Richmond Gas 6% preflOO
N Y State El & Gas 5% % pfd-100
N Y Water Serv 6% pref
100

Niagara Hudson Power.——-10
1st pref $5 series—--——100
2d pref 5% series————100
Class A option warrants—....
Olasb B option warrants
Norristown Water Co...-----50
North American Co
--10

50

6% preferred series-.

40

25%
8

26%

110
100

Philadelphia Traction
Ridge Ave Pass ($28 pd)

2%
65

Phila Transportation
*32

Phila Traction—See

16%
56%
55%

(Del).....-10
—*

$4 preferred--

3%
14
59

'

—

7% preferred—.-———-100
6% preferred
—100
(Minn) $5 series cum pref..—*
Northwest Electric 7 % pref-—100
North West Util 7% pref
100
7% prior lien
-—..100
N'western Pub Serv 6% pref-100

—100
50

7% preferred

Northwestern Telegraph (guar)
NY PA NJ Utilities $3 pref

*

4

Ogden Corp common
Ohio Cities Water preferred
Ohio Edison $6 pref

--*

$7 preferred—

100

Ohio Power 6% prefOhio Public Service 5%

5%% 1st preferred
0% preferred
7% preferred
—
Ohio Service Holding
5% preferred—

*
*

PWf-lQO
—100
—100
—.100

108%
115%

Plain field Union

Portland Elec Pow 6% pref

Non-cum preferred..
Potomac Edison Co 6%

9%
73
113

8*

10
85

77
115
83

2d preferred
Providence Gas Co
Public Elec Light 6%

15%

84

86

94

96

36%

38
26

25

2%

3

26

109%
113%

109%
114%

113
101

115

105%
110 %

106%
112%

115%

117

$1.40 preferred class A
Pennsylvania Edison Co—

10

46

21^
49

11

103%
93

W*
99

15""
27%
34
31

36%
107

80%
72%

3%

$2.80

25

preferred—.—————*

$5 preferred———————*
Pennsylvania Gas common-...-*
Penn Gas A Elec Co 7 %ft>ref—100
Penna Gas As Elec Corp $7 pref—*
Class A

—...—

18

27H

34%

31%
38

107%
82%
75

m
37%

Citizens

Traction..-—.—..50

50
Duquesne Light 5% 1st pref 100

39%
2

31

33%

32

35

37%
65%

38
67

Monongahela Lt A Pow
50
Monongahela St Ry—.——50
Phila A Darby—See Phila R T
Phila A Grays—See Phila R T
Philadelphia Elec Co com—.—*
$5 preferred--- ...
——•
Phila Elec Power 8% pref-.—.25

117%

*

46

Puget Sound Pr A Lt $6 pref
*
$5 prior preferred.
*
Quebec Power common..
*
Queens Borough G A E 6% pf 100
Rapid Transit Ry—See P 8 Corp
Republic Nat Gas....
2
Rhine-Westphalia Electric Pow—
Amer shares representing com.
Rhode Isld Pub Serv $2 pref 27%

104
12

16

33

83*
2*
115

ad*

106%
107

106%
125

0$

10

1%
113

%

113"
111%
106

108%
59

56%

17"
38%
1%
1%
108

19%
93

7%
80%
43

85%

12%
a

lie
x

60

12%

115

24%

25"

-

94

100
—100
100
100
—100

115%
68%

70%

1st $5 preferred—
—100
2d $5 preferred
Second Ave RR Cop (N Y)
2d A 3d Sts Ry—See Phila R T
Shasta Water Co

13

Shawinigan Water A Power
Shenango Valley Water pref—100
Sierra Pac Elec 6% pref. 100
Sierra Pacific Pow common—.15
Preferred-...
...——-100
Sioux City Gas A Electric—25
$7 preferred.—..........100
South B ay Oonsol Wat 6% pf-100
Sou Carolina El A Gas 7 % pf. 100
South Carolina Power 6% pref..*
Sou to Pittsburgh Water—
6% preferred...———.—100
7% preferred-—.....——100
4%% preferred
100
Southeastern Telephone com
*
6% preferred..............25
Southern & Vlantic Teleg (gu).25

12
101
115

20%
115

8%
12%
—

«•

-

—

21%
117
16

15%
103%

104%

3

5

60

86
a

12%

30
116

31

30%
118

32%

22%
17
26

Originalpreferred

14
24
20
26
29

46%

29%

...25

34%

34%

25

34%
25%
10]

35

Southern Col Pow com A
25
Preferred
.-.....-..100

63'

68

ii%

6.36% preferred
.......100
7% preferred....——.100
United Public Service Corp..
1
United Pub Util com A
♦
Ol&ss B common—..........1

$2.75 preferred
$3 preferred

preferred.....—100

Southern Nat Gas oom—....7%

.*

.........

Washington Wat Pow 6% pref—*

1

•102%
16%

14
2

1%
14*
12*

15*
14*

20
23

26

99
55

65

22

2%
4

i*

105
23

24

114

80
98

100

6

104

6%
,

106

25c"
5

3%

112%

114%

104

105
34

31%

43

115%
109

104

~i%
20
113

114

9%

10%

9

10

9%

10%

15
28;

103%

17%

1

109]

ioj
115
123

24]
84]
85]
96

7&c*

97^

27

4%
78
79

15%
9

94

84

23%

Io%
800

1IF

phio Gas
cum

101

100
100

preferred

$

111

*

99%
26%

...100

119%

com

West Phila Pass—See Phila R T
West Texas Utilities $6 pref
West Va Water Serv 6% pref
*
Western Lt A Tel com
.....1
Preferred
25
Western Massachusetts Cos
*
Western NT Y Wate* pref

.._*

Western Pub Serv $1.50 pref....*
Western Union Telegraph..
100
Westmoreland Water pref-.——*

101%
104
86c

27%
28%
13
17

78

.....100

Class B
Preferred
Wisconsin Electric Power—

.............

1.25

100

6% pref (1897 series)....—100
Common

.—20

4%% preferred—-—-.—.100
Wise Hydro-Elec 6% pref.
100
Wise Michigan Pow 4% % pf-100
Wisconsin Pow Ac Lt 6% pref-100
7% preferred—
100
Wisconsin Pub Ser Corp 7% pflOO
6%% preferred—..——.100
6% preferred
100
—

Power Co——

-5

10
102
39
105
110
116
110
106

107 %

£

Worcester Trans Assoc-.-.-... *
York (Pa) Railways pref—50

22

.............50
York Water Co....——-.-.-.10

28""

-

Common

Without par value.
{ Trading discontinued in these issues, and while saleable, the price would be based upon
and the consol. 3-6% bonds as shown in the reorganization plan,
a Called for redemption, see page 111.
/Flat
r Canadian price
t New stock,
s Ex-dividend,




*

-

United Utility Co common....10
Utah Power A Light $6 pref —*
$7 preferred
*
Utilities Power Ac Light—
Old 7% cum preferred
100
Utilities Stock A Bond Corp—1
Virginia Electric A; Power—
$6 preferred
*
Virginia Pub Serv 7% pref...100
6% preferred
100
Washington (D O) Gas LightCommon
.._.......*
4% % conv preterred
100
Wash Gas A Elec 7% prof.... 109
Wash (D O) Ry Ac El com.... 100
5% preferred
......100

Wolverine

Southern Indiana Gas A Elec—
cum

United Gas Improvement......*
$5 preferred
...♦
United 111 Co of New Haven—_.*
United Lt & Pr com A......
*
Common B
_*

...

110

30

preferred

1
*

Wheeling Elec 6% pref......100
Willlamsport Water pref—— *
Winnipeg Elec class A

115
107

102
2%

...

88" Wheeling Bridge....

105

a

5 % % preferred series O——.25
6% preferred series B......-25

...—..25

........

......

4%% preferred

.

earn

$7 non-voting pref..
Warrants

6% cum preferred
West Penn Power Co

%

7%

...

6%

$3 cum preferred
♦
Warrants
United Gas A Elec (Conn) com.*
7% preferred
.—.100
United Gas A El (N J) 5% pf_100

7%

14

Southern Calif Water pref.——25
Southern Canada Power-.-.—-*

21%

7% preferred
-.100
Union Electric Co of Missouri—
5% preferred
.......*
Union Gas (Canada)
*
Union Gas System com
10
Preferred
50
Union Pass—See Phila R T
Union St Ry (New Bedford)..100
Union Traction—See Phila R T
United Corp
..._•

com
.....
...
West Penn Elec Co class A—

Seattle Gas common

Southern Gadf Gas Co—
6% preferred series A

13%

Tide Water Power 6 % pref
*
Toledo-Edison pref A 7%—100
6% preferred-—
100
5%
preferred
100
Twin States Gas & El 7 % pref. 100

West

15c

—

*

_

Partic units

Brook

South Calif Edison common—25
4

116

Savannah Elep & Power Co—

~

7% preferred.

6% cum 1st pref
*
United Light Ac Ry 6% pref...100

Water Service 6% pref—
Scranton Transit common

109*

78

%

1

6% preferred series O
J00
6% preferred series D
100
5% preferred series E
..100
Rochester Telep $6% pref
lOu
Rochester Transit common.....*
Rockland Light A Power----.10
St Joseph Ry Lt & Pr 5% pf—100
St Joseph Water 6% pref
.100
St Louis County Water pref.-100
St Louis Public Serv class A-..-1

t6% preferred
6% % preferred
7% preferred
17%% preferred
8% preferred

1%
95
105

%

Texas Power & Lt 7% pref...100
6% preferred
*
Third Avenue Ry (N Y)
100
13th A 15th Sts—See Phila R T

United Gas Corp oom—

5%

50
Preferred
.....—.....50
Rochester Gas A Electric—

6% preferred
..-.--100
San Diego Gas & Elec Co com.. 10
7% preferred.....;
.....100
5% preferred
20

101

111$

....

So

Rio Grande Valley Gas v t c
Riverside Traction..

4.8%
•

113
113

100

pref

*

.....

Rapid Transit St Ry Co—,_106

Scranton-Spring

Consolidated Trac pref

Federal St A Pleasant val—25

122%
110%

Scranton Electric $6 pref

26
5

...

.

158
140

San Antonio Public Service—

4

17%
120

Pennsylvania Power $5 pref....*
112
Pennsylvania Pow A Lt $7 pref.*
110
$6 preferred:
—.....——*
$5 preferred
104
.———*
Pennsylvania State Water, pref.*
106%
Pennsylvania Telephone Co—
58%
$2.50 preferred
-—Pennsylvania Water A Power..-*
54%
$5 preferred
—_———*
114
15
Peoples Gas A Fuel Corp.——1
Peoples G L A O (Chic)..—100
37%
Peoples Light A Power Co A....1
Common class B
.--.1
1
Scrip
/ 103
$3 preferred
......—25
18%
90
Peoples Water A Gas $6 pref..100
Peoria Water Works 7% pref. 100
101
Phila City Pass—See Phila R T
6
Philadelphia Co com—.—...*

preferred—...——*
% cum preferred——...50
cum pref
———*
Allegheny Traction——.50

100

Ridge Ave Pass—See Phila R T

10%
103
90

16%

_

28%

100
*

—

15"

109%

Twin City Rap Transit (Minn)..*

Consolidated Trac of N J--100

Public Serv El A G $5

Pacific Public Service—

preferred-—-

46%
109
102

100

Class A

_

6%

8 % preferred
7% preferred6% preferred——
$5 preferred*

7% preferred

...—100

Panhandle Eastern Pipe Line
Common —————*
Pecos Valley Pow A Lt com
*
Peninsular Telephone Co com..*

97"

pref-.*
*

Public Serv of Okla 6% pref—100

117

100
100

115
108

100
100

pref--*
$5 preferred
*
Public Service Corp of N J
*

115

1st preferred..
Pacific Telep A Teleg

:98M

Public Serv Co of N H $6

108

............

5%
95
41

pref—..100
pref—100

$6 preferred

40
12

Texas Gas Util com:.
__1
Texas Hydro Electric$3.50pref.*

*
.50

3%
20

12%

Texas Power Corp common... _.*

60

25

._._.*

Public Serv of End $7 prior

122%

Common

pref—lOO

6% preferred
5% preferred

Syracuse Transit
*
Tacoma Ry A Pow Co...
»
Tacony-Palmyra Bridge—
5% conv preferred-.
100
Tampa Elec Co
*
7% preferred...
—.100
Tampa Gas, 7% pref.
100
Terre Haute Elec 6% pref
100
Texas Electric Ry....
100

Texas Elec Service #6 nr«f
Texas Gas Distributing Co

Public Serv of Colo 7%

54

43

•

6%

...

106
21
49

*

45c

.

119%

"

78

——100
Potomac Elec Pow 6% pref... 100
5%%
preferred
10Q

6% preferred
100
Okla Nat Gas Corp com-.——.15
S3 preferred
.......50
$5.50 con v.prior pref———*
Omaha & Council Bluffs Ry—
& Bridge Co 4%Pref-—..100
Omaha A Council Bluffs St Ry Co

5% preferred..

7!*

-100
com.-I
*

PottsvUle Water Co
Power Corp of Canada com
First preferred

19*

_

7% preferred

Oklahoma Gas A Elec 7% preflOO

—6
8% conv preferred A......100
Oregon Wash Water pref-. ..— *
Ottawa Light Heat As Power—_*
Preferred
...—100
Pacific As Atlantic Tel (gu)
25
Pacific Gas As Electric-..-—25
1st preferred (6%)—......25
1st preferred Wc'(5%%)—-—25
.
Pacific Lighting Coi
;orp com——*
$5 preferred—...—...—*
Pacific Pow A Lt 7% pref-...100
6% preferred
.......

3

Postal Telegraph System

51
196

Omnibus Corp common

100

_.*

59%

43

—

1%
42

$6 preferred
Portland RR 5% stock

109
119

Swiss Amer Elec 5% pref.500 Fes
96

100

ll*

85

5

Units-——.
Ohio Water Service A com

Preferred
*
Suburban Rapid Transit St Ry.50

Superior Water Light & Power-—
7% preferred..
-.100

pref 100
50

7% prior preferred
Portland Gas A Coke 7%
Portland Gas Light..

16§H

164

»

40

*

Water

B

3

T

100

Philippine Long Dist Tel

104
41

1

com--

R

Pittsburgh Suburban Water—
$5.50 preferred
...100

Northern Indiana Public Serv-

6% preferred..---————100
7% preferred
100
5%% preferred————100
Northern Liberties Gas...
-25
Northern N Y Util7% pref—100
Nor States Power (Del) cl A— -25

Phila

Class

1%

Co com.—'
20

Participating preferred

96

49 %

Co

50
50

2d & 3d Sts Ry guar
—50
13th A 15th Sts Pass Ry—50
Union Pass ($30 5-6 pd).
50
Union Traction ($17% pd).50
West Phila Pass guar
50
Phila Suburban Wat 6% pf
100

107%
27%
3%
75%

--100

...

'

PhilaOityPass Ry($22% pd)-50
Phila A Darby Pass Ry
50
Phil A Gray's Fy ($25 pd)—50

84$
48*

Northeastern Wat & Elec com—*

50

Ask

Bid

....

Green A Ooates Sts ($15 pd) 50
Hestonville M A F com:.-.50
Preferred
50

10%
106
116%

105
115

Passenger

Par

Southern New Eng Telep
100
Southern Union Gas com......*
A preferred
.......25
Southwest Consolidated Corp
1
Southwest Gas (Okla) 7% preflOO
Southwest Nat Gas $6 pref
10
Common..
10c
Southwestern G A E 5% pref 100
Southwestern Light A Power—
$6 preferred
*
S'western States Telep com...
1
Springfield City Water 6% pf 100
Springfield Gas A Elec pref-*
Springfield Gas Lt Co
25
Springfield (Mass) St Ry CosPreferred
—100
Standard Gas A Elec com
*
$7 cum prior pref
,_*
"4 cum preferred
*
6 cum prior pref.
*
Standard Pow A Lt com
1

Citizens Passenger guar
50
Continen Pass Ry ($29 pd)-50
Fairm't Pk A Haddington. .50
Frandf'd A Southwark Pass .50
Germantown

Stocks

Ask

{Philadelphia Rapid Transit—50
7%
preferred
50

29

22

30
16
18

23
112

day off the month preceding the date of issue
Bid

Par

Stocks

20

110%
27%
105%

5%% preferred
50
North American Light A Power.. 1
$6 preferred
—
*
North Amer Utility Securities.—*
North Boston Ltg Prop com—..*
Preferred
North Texas

possible for the closing

Ask

Light As Pow—

Common

"

STOCKS

PUBLIC UTILITY
Quotations for all securities

Phila. Trans. Corp. preferred stock
price,
k Last sale,
n Nominal,

Under the heading "Industrial and Miscellaneous Securities" we include all issues which do not appear
under the previous three headings, namely "Railroads" "Investing Companies" and "Public Utilities."
In the
case of stocks,
however, we put "Textile Manufacturing," "Insurance," "Mining," "Real Estate and Land,"
"Title Guarantee and Safe Deposit Companies" under separate heads, then follow with the rest of the

"Industrial and Miscellaneous."
NOTICE—All

bond prices ara "and interest" except

Quotations tor all securities are

Bonds

Bid

MISCELLANEOUS

47

4854

70
70

Adams Express—
See Investing companies
Aeolian Co 6s 1944

49

48

J&D

73

2.15%
2.30%
2.45%
2.60%

73

Blaw-Knox

91

6234

634s
65

9634
40

25

30

A&O
1948—A&O

40

5834

46

50

68 1955._
Alberta Pacific Grain 6s 1946 J&J

30

_

68

70"
73

Allied St's Corp deb 4 34s'50.A&()
Allis-Chalmers

10154
10154
10834

Alpine Montan Steel Corp
1st sf 7s 1955
M&S
Amer Airlines deb 434s 1941-J&J

102

102

10854

25

Amer Dept St's (Pa) 4s *48.-J&D

50

(DeP 6s *47.J&D
Amer Fruit Growers 5s 1950-F&A

60

Amer Dept St's

65

American I G Chem Corp—
Conv deb 5348 1949
M&N

10434

53

75"
10434

American
.

International Corp—
See Investing Companies

Brandram-fienderson 6s '56.J&D /

Bklyn Serv Station 534s *46-J&D
Brown Coal Indus 6 34s '53..A&O /
Brown Co 1st 534s 1946
A&O/
1st 5hs 1950 ser B
M&S /
Bruck Silk M Ltd 6 34s '45.M&N
Bryant Paper 6s A 1942
M&N
1st 6s

534%

notes

1956

1946352

Am Silica-Sand 6s 1951
Am Tobacco deb 4s 1951
Debenture 6s 1944

4% notes

J&D /
M&S

55

5634

9734

M&S /

20

F&A

116

A&O

118

mm

m

m.

American Type Founders Inc—
92 34

66

2d mtge inc 7s Jan 1 1943.M&S /
Anaconda Copper Mining Co—
Sink tund deo 434s 1950.-A&O
Anglo-Chilean Cons Nitrate—
S f inc deb 434-5s 1967
J&J
Anthony (E C)—
1st s f 68 (San Fran) 1942 J&D

105
9434

6834

66

10554

3334

3434

98

15
30
43
6834
42
66 34

12

30

Arcade Mall Iron 7s 1943.-M&N
Armour & Co of Delaware—

10534
10554

A&O

80

Arundel Bond Corp 3-5s Dec 1 '53

106

10534
81

85

Arundel D**b

Calaveras Timber 1st 6s '38-M&N

_

49

Campbell Transportation Co—
Equip trust 434s to 1946--M&S
Equip trust 4s to 1951..--J&J
Canada Bread 6s 1941
F&A

..J&J

75

7434
10234

M&S

10534

—

Conv deb 43*8

1939
J&J
Autocar Co 7s ext 1947—M&N
Avery (B F) & Sons 5s w w*47J&D
Without warrants

10634

10134

103

30

40

4

7

35
106

10234
9934

10334

117
70

11834

101

Baldwin Locomotive Works—

Mtge 6s 1950

M&S

Bait Steam Packet 5s 1942..F&A

Baragua Sugar
Cum Inc deb

6s

1947

J& J
J&D

47

50

95

Bates Valve Bag 6s 1942—.F&A

100

9954

Battle Creek Sanitarium—
1st sf 434s A 1954

J&J
Baush Mach Tool ext 5s '41.M&S /
Bayway Terminal 2nd Inc 6s '57- /
Beaver Mills 1st 5s 1950
J&J
Bedford Pulp & Pap«r 634s 1942Beech Creek O & O 5s 1944—J&D
Bendlx Home Appliances—
6% conv debs 1944
M&N

45

Purch

6s 1998—Q-Feb
Steel Corp—

money

Bethlehem

43^8 to 1941
J&J
15-yr s f conv 3 34« debs '52 A&O
Cons mtge 3 34 s ser F 1959-J&J
Cons mtge 3s ser G I960—F&A
Cons Tutge 3 Josser H '65—F&A
Serial debentures—

?.50% due Mar
.00% due Mar
1.25%
1.50%
1.75%
2.00%

a

due Mar
due Mar
due Mar
due Mar

30

28

31

99




67

27

24

26
65
102

2734

87

91

88

152

155

10734

i—• o o

i—i—» «•'

108

J&D

1st & gen 5s 1957 J
J&J
Canadian Bakeries 63*s '45-M&S
Canadian Oanners Ltd 4s'51M&N
Canadian International Paper—
1st M 6s 1949
J&J
Can Locomotive 6s July 1953
Canadian National Steamship—

M&S

Can PowA Pap Inv 5s 1958.F&A
Vickers 6s Aug 1 1947-

F&A
A&O

Carthage Marble Corp—
lstsf 634s A 1942
M&S
1st n-c income 5s Apr 1951
Cassco Corp inc 6s 1949
M&S
Celanese Corp of America—
3s debentures 1955
F&A

65

3734

Cum inc 5s April 1967

^

l«t 534■ aer O 1946

70

1013
1013

J&D

Consolidated Cement Oorp—
Cum inc 6s 1950
F&A
Cum Inc 6% notes 1950.-F&A

9834
80

Consolidated Cigar Corp—
4s wi 1950--/
Oonsol Indus (111) 5s 1958.-M&S
Consolidated Oil deb 3 Us '51 J&D

100
100

1053
483
693
834

Oonsol Paper Corp 534« 1961. J&J
Oonsol Press 634s 1949
J&D
Consoi Toxtiln |st Ks 1941
.J&D
Certificates of deposit
conv

inc 5s 1953

,1*

M&N

Consolidated Warehouses Inc—
1st non-cum inc 6s 1947—_ J&J
|/
Consolidation Coal Co—
Sink fund 5s July 1 I960—J&J

12

7434
7134

Consumers Co (111) 5s 1956..J&J
Consumers Rock & Gravel—
6s 1948
J&J

15

Oonfl Invest Bond
Oorp 3-5s '53.
Oont'l Invest Deb Corn 4-6s '53—
Continental Oil—
Conv deb 234s 1948
J&D

85

10534

Continental Roll & 8ceel
Fdy—
1st M conv s f 68 1950
J&D
Coplay Cement Mfg 6s '41
A&O
Cosden Petroleum conv 5s '47 J&J

9934

-

57

Cosgrove Meehan Coal 634s 1945. /
5
Crane Co 3^rs f deb 1951. J&D a 101
2 34s s f debs 1950
A&O
10134
Credit Fonder Franco-Oanad—
5%
61
M&S
Credit Service—See
Investing Cos
Crowley Milner 5 34s 1946—M&N
75

67
68

70

67
69
7034

69

7934
49

8034

97
51
3734

98

72

72

53

39

4

5

9134

10434
10134
9534
100

f deb 4s 1950..

51

..M&S

9334

Dairyland League—
Certifs 6s May 1 1944
Certifs 5s May 1 1945
Certifs 5s May 1 1946
Certifs 5s May 1 1947
Certifs 5s May 1 1949
Certifs 5s May 1 1950
Davidson Biscuit 5 34s A '45 A&O

/ 102
9834
9634
9534
9434
9334

/
/
/
/
/
/

93

10134
Davidson-Boutell 5s 1946—-J&D
100
De Bardeleben Coal
Corp—
1st cum inc 5s 1957-.Ann April /
29
Bep Rock Oil 7s T 937 stmp M&S /
51
Berfield Glassine 1st 5s Mar *50. /
45
Defiance Paper 6s 1939
52
J&D
Delaware Floor Products—
*»2nd Income 6s Mar 1946
28
Detroit City Ice & Fuel—
4s w w 1948—.
F&A
86
Detroit Garages 534s Mar 1948— /
4534
Detroit Har Term 1st 6a '50-M&S
/ 19
Detroit Times 6s 1941 to *43 M&S 6 100 to
Deutsche Rentenbank—
Farm Ln s f 6s Oct 15*60 A&OIS
/
26 34
Series B__
/
21
Dickey (W 8) Clay Mfg Co—
Cum inc 5s (ex-stk) Nov 1 1949
103 34
Dickinson (Alb't) 634s 1935.J&D /
10

3

10
35

99

9934

Distribution Term Warehouse—
5s 1956
A&O

35

88

89

Dom Coal 1st 434* ser A
Serial 33*a 1940-1943

6934

Gen mtge 5s 1941
M&S
Central Iron & Coal 6s 1938.F&A /
Central Ry Term & Cold Storage

90

Oorp—

94
26

24

A&O /

10
10634
8834
Oespedes Sugar 7 34s 1939—M&S /
4
96
Champion Pap Corp 6s '45.-F&A
Champion Paper & Fibre Co—

mm

m>

89
5

-J&D

101

Cleve Tractor conv 5s 1945.M&N
Climax Engineering 5s 1946-A&O,

10134

Colonial Colliery 6s

b Basis.

1954—M&S /

M&S

ferial debentures
0.35% Sept 1 1941

10334

105

10634
34

94

70

73
70
66

53

5434
104
100

10034
10034
10034

107

Sept 1 1945.
Sept 1 1946.
Sept 1 1947
Sept 1 1948
Sept 1 1949
Sept 1 1950
Dryden Paper 6s 1949
Dufferin Paving & Stone—

1.40%
1.60%
1.75%
1.90%
2.00%
2.05%

101

101
101
101
101
101

65

Jan

Deb 5s series A 1955

F&A

28

DuMont (Allen B) Laboratories—

2VS-5s

M&N

1949

50

Durham Duplex Raaor 6a 1955—
Durez:Plastics & Chem—

117
103

63
107

56

58

434s conv debs 1949---.-M&S
Earl Fruit 1st s f 534s 1947- -M&N
Eastern Car Co Ltd 6s 1952-J&J

67

75

Eastern

29

30

Chilean Nitrate & Iodine Sales

52.A&N
City Ice (Kansas) 6s 1940
A&O /
City Savings Bank of
F&A /
Budapest 7s 1953---

10-yr 534% notes 1947—J&J

--

106

ex-w 1937
M&N / 15
5s with stock 1937
M&N / 15
Ohesap'ke-GampOorp434«,47J&J a 10434
Chicago Daily News—
334s 8 f debe 1950
A&O
10534
Chic Grain Corp 3-5s 1952-.A&O /
32
Chic Molded Prod 5s 1949 A&O
9134

Corp inc 5s 1968
Cities Service Asphalt 5s

Deb 43*s ser A 1951
M&N
Dom Woolens & Wors 6s '53-J&J
Donnacona Pap 4-4 34s *56—F&A
Dow Chemical 2 34s debs '50

See Railroad bonds.

Chicago Produce District
1st cum inc 5s (w-s) '48—F&A
Chicago Stk Yards 5s 1961 .A&O
Childs Co deb 5s 1943
A&O

I A&O

Dominion Steel & Coal 634s 1955Dominion Tar & Chemical Co—

53

Central Steel 1st 8s 1941 ..M&N
Certain-teed Prod 5 34s 1948 M&S

(s ■ f deb *50(*35 issue) .M&S
'as f deb '50(*38 issue).M&S
Ohateaugay Ore & Iron

'52.A&O

Oorp 5s 1953—

Eastern Mfg 7s ser

81

104
92

M&N

54

A 1938--J&D

105

Eastern Dairies 6s 1949

43

J&D

3

91"

89
50

----

34

/This price includes accrued interest.

134

I; Last sale.

n

Nominal,

r

18
mm

mmm

106

10034

92

—

s

7634

64

Debenture 4 34a w w 1947 F&A
Central Goal & Ooke—
Non-cum inc 4s B 1951—A&O /
Central Foundry Co—

Oelotex

107

10034

98

Curtis Publish deb 3s 1955—A&O

100
97

,

105

100

10034
10034
10034

Income deb 2s Oct 1950
/
Columbia River Paper Mills—
6s to 1946
—.A&O

Conv

74

Carlisle Lumber 6s 1945Oarrlbean Sugar—
Cum inc 7s 1941

79

Oudaby Packing 334s A '55-M&S

75

Canada SS Lines—

10634

Orudble Steel 434s A 1948..F&A
Cuban Tobacco 5s 1944
J&D

Cheney Bros 5s

95

Called for redemption, see page 111.
>

73

65
25

Fdy & Ma 5s '44-A&O
Bethlehem Steel Co—

Bethlehem

6934
4334

72

serA'51 M&N
Paper Co 3s 1941—J&D
J&D

334s 1942-1945
434s 1952—

634s 1952

Estates—

Barber & Ross 4s 1945

32
45

73

Carrier Corp conv 434s 1948

69

Atlas Pipeline Corp 6s 1945-M&N
Gen conv 6s 1950
M&N
Auburn Automobile

7634

60

Atl Sug Rof 1st s f 4s 1951..M&N
Atias Imperial Diesel Engine—

1945

102

71

25-jt guar 5s 1955.
51

Atl Gulf & W Indies SS Lines—

conv notes

.

101
42

95
/

Canadian

a

101

Certificates of deposlt.1942 /
934
Campbell River Tlmb 6s 41 -J&J
125

50

Corp 4-6s Dec 1 '53
Associated Mtge Co 3-6s Dec 1 *53

6%

1946

California Consumers Corp—
1st lien 3-5s 1955
J&D
Calif Cotton Mills 1st 6s '40.J&J
Calif Group Corp 5 34s 1956 M&N
Ca maguey Sugar—

1334

2834

Atlantic Ice Mfg 6s 1945
F&A
Atlantic Refg 3s debs 1953.-M&S

66

10034

25

s

72

J&J

/

Cum

43 34
42

Can Cement 1st 4 34s

98

M&S

Coll tr g 5s Jan 1 1959
J&J
Atlantic Ice & Ooai 6s 1951.J&D

41
63
99 34
9934
98
36

f extl 6s 1940
...J&J /
Burns Bros deb 5s A 1961--M&S
Burns & Co Ltd 1st s f 5s 1958 J&J
Bush Term 1st 4s 1952
A&O
Cons g 5s Jan 1955
J&J
Bldg 1st 5s stamped 1960 A&O

A-NY & B-NY Realisation—

1st lien 4s 1952

72

Canada

1st s f 6s (Los Aug) 1942--J&D
Antilla Sugar Estates
Income deb 6s 1951 (w-s) _-J&J /

Atlanta Laundries—

6134
69

7s

10534

1st M 20-yr 4s ser B 1955. F&A
1st mtge 4s series O 1957..J&J
Arnold Print Works—

72

35
26 34
4134

10134

M&N

1946

3734

101

Byradum Corp ext to Jan 15 1942
103

American Writing Paper Co—
Conv 6s 1961
Ann Apr /
Ames-Hold en Tire & Rubber—

1st 5s Feb 1 1952

F

68

6634
60
36
70

Byers Machine 3-6s

64""

17
534

J&J /

ser

734
10134

654

Burmeister & Wain (Copenhagen)

15-yr

62

Conf s f deb 23s-5s 1950--.J&J
Am Wire Fabrics 1st 7s '42..M&S

5s. 1955

J&J

1948

Bullock's Inc (Los Angeles)—
4% notes ser E to 1941
M&N

Am Mach & Metals 4s 1943. -J&J

American Nat Co (Ohio)
Extended 6s stpd 1943

series B

Budd (E G) Mfg 6s ext 1941 .F&A
Buffalo Gen Laundr 634s '41-J&D

Amer La France & Foamlte—

Am Lime & Stone 53ts *51

M&N

1954

Connor Lumb & Land 6s '41 M&N
Gonsol Biscuit 1st 534* B '46 M&S

58

70

J&J

Brit Col Packers 5s 1953
J&D
British Columbia Pulp & Paper—
1st 6s 1950
_M&N
Gen s f 7s 1950
M&N/

496

Debenture 434s 1951
P&A
s f deb 4s '52.M&S

1968

Bowser (S F) 7s 1944

71

M&N

5s

s

Commercial Mackay Corp—See
Public Utility Bonds

10034

__

Bid

Co, Ltd—

Colo Fuel & Iron s f 5s 1943-F&A
Income 5s 1970
-An Apr

^

Paper Mills 1st 434s *68..-J&J
1st

S

Columbia River Packers Assn—

103'"

103

J&J

Boston Wharf 1st 4s 1941
A&O
Bo water's Newfoundland Pulp &

Algoma Steel Corp Ltd—
A 1948

101

103

Co—

6s 1941-1942
F&A
Bloomington Limestone Corp—
4s April 1953 (units)
/

100

1st M coll tr 6s 1948

10234

10054

1947
1948
Mar 1 1949
Mar 1 1950

1947.

S

Gen mtge 6s w

10154
10234
102
10234

Mar 1
Mar 1

Bloedel Donovan Lumber Mills

Albany Perf Wrapping Corp

ser

Colonial

1st mortgage 334s 1950-__-F&A
Blethen Corp (Seattle)—

J&J
Agar Packg & Prov 5s 1945-J&D
Akron Times-Press 1st 6s '45 A&O
Alabama By-Prod 6s 1955...J&J
Alabama Mills 6s (w-s) 1953.J&D
Without stock
J&D

Conv 5s

due
due
due
due

Bonds

Ask

Bid

Bonds

BONDS

Certificates of deposit

w w

marked "f" and Income and defaulted bonds

Bethlehem Steel Corp—
Serial debentures (Concluded)—

Acadia Sugar Ref 434s 1955. A&O
General 6s 1954
A&O 16

6s assented

where

possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date of Issue

Ask

INDUSTRIAL AND
Abitibi Power & Paper—
1st M 5s 1953 ser A

as near as

Canadian funds.

59"
6

10234
64
77

105
54

10134
9634
10034

o«»

INDUSTRIAL

MISCELLANEOUS

&

BONDS

NOTICE—All bond price* are "and interest" except where marked "f" and income and defaulted bonds
Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date of issue
Bonds

Bid

Ask

Racing Assn 5s 1845
Eaton Paper 1st 6H® 1943.M&N
Eire Auto-Lite deb 4s 1952.F&A

97

100

Eastern

83

1952

73 M
58

75

104 M
102

F&A /

lyOti ser B—F&A f
/
7 Ms income 1966
1st lien 78 1967 ser C
M&S f
7s Income 1967
------/
Everlastik lnc 1st 7s 1937.M&N
1st lien 7

40"

....

16
2
16
2
50

Fairbanks Morse & Co—

Fa

106 M

106M

1956—J&i*

1947--J&D

31M
12

33
13 M

98

99 M

95

Helvetia Coal Min 1st 5s "58.A&O

European Mtge & Invest Co—

Falstaff Brew deb 5s

Conv s f 4s 1954
/
f
Inc deb 5s 1989.
7
Hearst i'ublica 6M8 to 1947. M&N

a

100

Players Canadian—
99
ISt & coll 3M» 1941-1942 J&D r
69
1st & coil 4M» 1951
3
Farmers Nat Mtge Inst 7s '63 v»v< > /
67 M
Federal Grain Ltd 6s 1949--F&A
63
Fed Portl Cement 5s 1947-.-M&S
Federal Screw W ks conv 6 Vis '39
/ 45
81
1st s f 5s 1949
M&S
98
Filtrol Co of Calif 5s 1946.
J&D
Finance Co of Amer at Baltimore
102
4% notes 1947
M&S

82

100
115

100

103 M
75

Hudson River

26 M

5 f

2d mtge inc 6s Feb 1956-

83"

-

38
8 f 68 stamped 1961
MAS
103 H
FirestoneT& Rub3Ms'48—A&O
First Bohemian uiass Works—
1st secured 7s 1957
J&J f
10
Flour Mills ot America Inc—
30
Conv g 6M% notes 1946.A&o /

Follansbee Bros 5s 1947—
J&b /
Fontenelle Brew 5s ww 1947-J&J
Francisco Sugar 6« 1956
M&N
Franklin Co Coal Co 7s w s'49J&J
Franklin Deb Corp 4-6s'53_J&D
Fraser Co 6s Jan 1 195UJ&J
French Nat Mail SS Lines 6s "5Frlck (H

1972 /

52

49

,71"

69

35

74"

70

::::
105 H

105M

Steel

37 M

....

45

34
35

65

72

87 M

88 M

68 M

/

70 M

90

Gerlack-Barklow Co 6s 1950-F&A
German Atlantic Cable 7s 1946/
^

194
M&

/

Internal Mercantile

102 M
36

1st

79M

8

s

Kef mtge

96

(Adolf) lnc—

1st

60M
A 1941.M&S
Good Hope St & lr Wks (Germ'y)
8 i g 7s Oct 15 1945---A&O 15 /
105 M
Goodrich (B F) 4 Ms 1956—J&D

40

105M

76 M
97

Granby Consol Min & 8m 5s 1942

r

5s 1947

80

A__J&J

4 Ms

Ohio Riv

~2%

2H

49

82
58

....

95

105»°32

107 M

107 M

100 M
72

100 M
75

97*
lJi

~VA

103

103

66

65

Corp 2-5s Jan 1 '55

50

98

Jacobs (F L> 6M% dividend
notes 1942
J&D

J&J
Grand Rapids StoresEquipt Co—

99

101

76

79

Jones &

28

1st mtge 4 Ms ser A 1961..M&S
Journal of Co mm 6 Ms '47
J&J

«.

—

35

-

-

-

_

.

«.

—

.

....

Jefferson & Clearfield Coal & Iron

F&A

•.

25

21
8
12

Debentures 5s 1949
Grand Trunk Warehouse

Indiana Co 1st

&

Cold Storage 1st 3s 1958
24
A&O
Granite City Pig Iron—
Cum lnc 5s 1943
M&S / 71M
Graton & Knight 4Mb '51--J&D
101
Great Lakes Paper Co Ltd—
1st s f 5s 1955
A&O / 64

1st s t 5s ser A 1955

M&N

59"

49
72

66

71M

20

100

a

Called
m

for

redemption,

guilders.




Koehrlng Oo (Mllw) 5s 1945.J&J
Koholyt Oorp 6 Ms 1943
M&S
Koppers Oo 4s 1951
M&N
Kresge Foundation

5s uniform ctfs of

dep 1959-

La France Textile 1st 6s *42.J&D
Lake Erie Bolt & Nut—
5-68 April 1 1946
J&J
Lake St John Power & Paper—

70

47

1st 5Ms

27

1961

20

103 M

95
92 M

26

105

106 M

104M

105M

3M
24

26"

70

J&J

62

64

46

48

55

100

27

31

109

McCoid Rad & Mfg—
6s stamped 1948

70

F&A

69

McOormicks, Ltd, 4s 1952...J&J
McOrory Stores Oorp—
3 Ms s f debs 1955
A&O

68

Vlcktsson &

105M

Rob Bins inc—

2°-yr cjuv dob 5Ms 1950-M&N
vleud (Tb3)
Corp—
1st mtge 4 Ms 1955
M&S
Memphis CommercialAppeal 4 Ms 1952
M&S
Mengel Oo
Merchants

conv

103 H

106

101%
93 M

4 Ms 1947-.M&S

Dispatch—

Eq tr 5s 1941-1942
J&D
Eq tr 4Ms 1941-1945
J&D b
Eq tr 2Ms 1941-1946
A&O b
Merchants Distilling Oorp—
5% conv deb 1947.
M&S

42

52

Merchants Ice & Cold Storage—
1st 6 Ms 1943-49
A&O

75

80

.

1.40

1.70

1.70

61
70

72"

67

69

M
Messenger Corp deb 4 Ms '51 J&J
89
Metropolitan Ice 7s 1954..-J&J
60
Miag Mill Mach'y 7s 1956-.J&D jMiddle States Petrol
6Ms 1945..
101K
Miller & Hart Inc. deb 6s
Milton Mfg Co 6s 1952
Minnesota & Ontario
1st 68 series A 1935
1st 6s series A 1945

43

J&J
M&N

65"

lOlM

70
65

Paper Co—
A&O /
A&O /

/
1st 6s series O 1950
M&N /
5-yr 6% notes 1931
M&S /
Missionary Sisters (Waukegan,
III) 1st ref 3 M-4s 1951...A&O
Mohawk Rubber ext 5s 1948 A&O
s f 6s 1953
J&J

Moirs Ltd 1st

41
41
41
41
9
99 M
93

42
42
42
42

10

—

~

48

••

50

Molybdenum Oorp of Amer—
6% notes 1942
J&D
99
Monon Coal—See Chic Ind & L
Ry.
Monong Riv Cons Coal & Coke—

101

1st 6s 1949
A&O
Monroe Coal Mining 6s '47..F&A
Montreal Cotton dob 5s '43.M&N
Montreal Dry Docks 6s '48.F&A

128
96 M
60

fr 40

Mtge Bond Co (Md) 3-5s Dec 1'53
Mortbon Corp—
Coll B 2M-5s ser 2 1946 ..J&D
Coll C 2M-5s sor 3 1951 ..J&D
Coll D 2M*5s sor 4 1956 ..J&D
Moslnee Pap Mills 1st 5s *51 .A&O
Motor Transit inc 6 Ms 1952.J&J
Munising Paper 5s 1947
J&J
Munson
Steamship Line-

mm-

m

m

m

44

99

80
70
70
79

81"

60

63

100 M

Secured 6s 1937
...J&J
Deb 6Ms Jan. 1 1937 wwA&O

35M
2

Certificates of deposit..
2
Namm (&A I) & Sons 6s 1947F&A
Nassau (Ger> Landbank 6 Ms 193V
/ 26"
Nat I Acme 4 Ms ext to *46.. J&D a
101M
National Bondholders
Central

Funding—
9
3

85

110

26M

see page

95

A&O

All series
/
National Central Savings Bank
(Hungary) 7 Ms 1962
_F&A
Natl Consol Bond Oorp 3-5s 1953.

99
a

Matthiessen & Hegeler Zinc—
Extended 3-6s 1945
M&S

Morris Plan Corp—
See Investing Companies

.An Apr

Debenture 5s 1961

99

f

/

Quoted

100 M

Lancaster Corp 3Ms A 1949.J&J

.A&O

Hatfield-Campbell Creek Coal—
1st 6 Ms 1948
M&S
Hawley Pulp & Paper Co—
1st 6s s f 1946.
J&J

99 M

....

10-yr 3s coll trust 1950—M&S
Kreuger & Toll—

Harris-Seybold-Potter—
Conv s f deb 5s 1951
Hart Coal inc 6s 1945

42

w w stpd 1943
/
stamped (par $925) 1943
/
16M
warr (par $925) 1943._
/
11
Keith (B h) Corp 6s 1946
M&S
102 K
Kelsey Hayes Wh'l 1st 6s *48. J&J
100
Kentucky Rock Asphalt—
3 M -6 Ms 1945
J&D
43
Keokee Cons Coke 5s 1959
97 M
Keyea Fibre Company—
1st 6s 1940-1949
..M&N
95
Kingston Elevator 1st 6s '50 M&N
78

Knudsen Cream'y 5Ms '50.M&N

63

10-yr 6s 1939 w w
A&O
Harborslde Warehouses—
Non-cum lnc 6s Jan 1973..—— /
H ax pen Mining Corp—
68 with warr for Am shs
J&J /

105

6s with

70

A&O

1st extend s f 3-6s 1947
Hansa Steamship Lines—

98

104M

bs

70

99

J&J

6s Ctfs of dep

66

69

Hamilton Mfg 5s w w 1951 ..M&S
Hammond Standish & Co—

f 5s 1950.-J&J

70

Laughlin Steel—

Kansas Pipe Line & Gas—
1st 5s series A w w 1952
Karstadt (Uudolph) lnc—

75
103

43
Griess-Pfleger Tan'g 5 M s'48_ J&D
Cum income l-5s 1954
J&D
42
Grigsby-Grunow conv 6s '36 M&S /
1
Groc St's I'rod conv 6s 1945.J&D
56 M
Gulf States Steel 4Mb 1961-A&O
105M
Gurney Foundry Ltd—
1st 4-5Ms (w s) 1949
48 X
M&N
Gypsum Lime & Alabast—
6 Ms 1948
M&S
70
Hale & Kilburn 6s '39 stmp.^&D /
22
Hamilton By-I'rod Coke Ovdns—

Gen sinking fund 6s 1956--A&O
Hamilton Cotton 4 Ms 1950-F&A

s

65

88
85 M
64

1954_~M&S

.^ercury Mills Ltd 5 Ms '53.M&N /
Mersey Paper Ltd 5s 1957-.J&D
Gen 8 f 08 ser A 1949
M&S

69

62

6s Dec 1

14

Stamped
Massey-Harris 1st 4 Ms

-

74M

104 K

48 F&A /
Iron City Sand & Gr 6s '40--J&D /
Isotta Fraschini 7s 1942
J&D

100

73

50

7 Ms 1936
S4&N
Marlon St'm Shovel 6s
'47..A&O

Vict'oil Fronteuac Oil—
1st & coll 4 Ms A 1949

62

102 M
102 M

94

6s extended 1942

x

105"

82
45

49
26 M
91

Marinette & Menominee Paner—

J&J

ser

4

1st

30

104M

Interstate Zinc & Lead deb 7s '32 /
Iron City -Ohio River Oorp—
Iron City ser 6s Dec 1 *48.F&A
/

93 M

7s without warrants 1941 .M&N
/
Maple Loaf Milling—
3-5Ms 1958
J&D
Marine Elev (Buff) ext 5s
'52M&S /

A...M&S

1968

12

122 %
128

75

1947._ J&J

ser

ser

21

is 1944.. A^O
F&A

_

Marine—•

r 5s ser B

6s 1955

g

49

Paper

Interstate Deb

Gotnam Silk

Grand Rapids Motor Coach—
Cum lnc 7s 1962 w s
M&S /
Grand Rapids Operating Corp—

M

1st

80

....

Hosiery—
deb 5s w w 1946---—M&S

100

IK
9
IK
12

Pow & Pap of Nfld—
5s 1968
1J&J

Internal

„

Conv deb 4MS ser

8 f

1st & ref

1st & ref

104M

38"

96 M

1941-.A&O

52

98

f d*js ly46.F&x\

7Ms '42..A&O
Cei tificatiw of deposit.
1st s f 4s Feb 1 1957
M&N
Manhattan Kef.ig 5Ms 1941 .J&J
Mansfeld Min &
Smelting—

112"

M&N

M coll trust 6s

International

.26
77 H

Globe Industrial Loan—
See Investing Companies.
Globe Wernicke 6s Oct 1 '44.J&J

Manuti Sugar

91

A&O

'

8

100

Ind Br'nhoist 6s Oct *54.An Apr. /
92
Indus Ray on 4 Ms A 1948.__ J&J a 105Mj
Inland Car Lines 5s 1944
88
Inland Steel Co—

/
Certificates of deposit
f
Conv deb 5s 1941
J&J15 /
Certificates of deposit
f

duo

106

Indianapolis Motor Speedway—

1947.

129

_.

80

f 5s

122 M

F&A

Mackintosh-Hemphill 5s'51.J&D

73

s

106
85

Mahlstedt Mat'ls 5s 1955.
A&O
Mahon (R C) Co deb 5s '51. A&O

J&J

Deb

inc

72

26M

Lukens Steel 5s extend 1955 M&N

II Progresso Italo-Amer PubDebenture 6 Ms 1943 w w..A&0

A&O
Inspiration Consolidated Copper
1st mtge conv 4s 1952.._A&O
Inter City Baking 5Ms 1948.J&J

Loew's

72

5

74 M

1st extended 6 Ms 1946
F&A
industrial Acceptance 4s 1952 J&J

1951

34

co

73

Indiana Ice & Fuel 6Ms *47.M&N
nd Limestone inc 6s 1952.. M&N /
Prior lien s f 6s 1942
M&N

J&J

Logan County Coal 7s 1942.M&N
1st ext'd l-4s 1956
M&N

A&O

miependent Brewing 6s )55.J&J
Indian Refining 5s Dec 1 1941...

.

31M

Lo.illardiP) Co
5s, 1951

Inoeruational Match Corp—

Wares—

A&O
Georgia MarBle isf 6s 195ft.JVLvN

52

30

III Car & Equip 5s 1948.
J&J
il.-wder Steel tatge 6s 1948... F&A f

34

F&A
Stamped 19) 1
Sec 6% notes ext ro 1943-_J&J
Stamped 1943
Leonard Tletz—Set Tletz
Leipzig Trade Pair
s I953.M&N
/
Libby McNeil & Libby—

9

5
17

Interlake Iron Oorp—
Conv deb s f 4s 1947

4 4*8 ser A 1952

German Bldg & L'd Bk 6Ms
Glen Alden Coal M s f 4s '65

Hungarian Central Mutual
Credit Mfg 7s 1937
J&J
Hungarian Disc & Exch Bank35-yr s f 7s 1963
J&J /
Hungarian-Italian Bank LtdSinking fund 7 Ms 1963
A&O j
/
Hydr Press Brick 6s 1944—A&O /
Hygrade rood Products Corp—

1st mtge 3s ser F 1961

Finance—

See Investing Companies.
Gen Kayou deo 6s 1948 w w.v—~
Gen St I Cast 1st 5 Ms 49 w w_J&J

Gobel

40"

102

/
/
/

o>TIS

General

65

35M
50 M

100

General Cable Corp—
1st mtge *f 5M® 1947 ser A. J&J
General Electric (Germany)-

General

37 M

,

_

J&D
J&J

A 1951
Ref 5M« series B 1954;
Ref 5Ms series

neb

36 M

28M

45

/

6s 1949 series B

31M

27 M

J&J

1st & ref 6s Jan 1949 A

110

O) Coke 5s to 1944-J&J

Gair (Kobt > lue< me notet- 6s
Galveston Wharf Co—,

40

103 M

1st mtge 6s 1946

33 M
34 M
32M

F&A

Lincoln-Boyle Ice 6s 1947 -.A&O
Lion Oil Ret deb 4Ms 1952..A&O

Day Line—

69M
66

F&A

1st mtge s f 4s 1955

102

M&N

1st 5s 1962 A..J&D

Coal

62

60

1954

Gold Bonds 5s

30

99%
62 M

Liberty Baking 6Ms 1944...M&S
Liggett & Myors g 7s 1944.-A&O

29

26

Texas—

4Mss f debs 1954

Hudson

J&D

Stamped 1964
1st & ref 5s 1974

89 M

"

71"

income 1975

Stamped

87 H

70

mtge

& N'a\ fund 4s '48 J&J
Cons S f g 4Mb 1954
J&J
Cons s f 4 Ms 1954 ser O..J&J

1st & ref 5a 1964

102 M
76

101M
102 H

1st

Lehigh C

1st & ref 5s 1954

82

.j&J

Hoberg Paper Mills 5s 1946 -J&J
Hoe (R) & Co 5-7s 1944 WS..A&0
4 M 6 Ms 1st mtge 1944...A&O
Holly Sugar Oorp—
1st 3 Ms 1941
A&O
1st 3 Ms 1942
A&O
1st 4sl947
A&O
Home Serv Oorp 6s 1957
A&O
Home Service (Portland. Ore)lst coll 3-5s 1950
A&O
Housing & Realty Improv(Berlin) 1st 7s 1946
M&N /
Houston Od Co of

ous

Bid

Lehigh Valley Coal —
1st 5s stamped 1944

93

Hines <^and & Timber 6s "4S

-J&J

Bonds

Lautaro Nitrate Co—

Hey wood-Wakefield 5s 1946 J&D
Hightstown Rug 6Ms w w 1944..
Hill Mfg Co ext 6s 1945
M&N

63

J&-J

20-year 4s s f deb

I

Ask

Healey Petroleum deb 5s 1948 J&J

105 M

75

Empire Properties Corp 2-os 1945
Empire Sheet A Tin Plate—
1st conv s 1 6s 1943
__A&0
Emporium Capwell Corp—
1st 4s

88

105

Eljer Company 5s 1951......—
Elk Horn Coal Corp—
Coil s f 48 1956
....J&L

4% notes 1942
Ernesto Breda 7s 1954

Bid

Bonds

Haytian Corp of America—

111.

29 M

b Basis.

/This price includes accrued Interest.

k Last sale.

n

Nominal,

r

Canadian price.

INDUSTRIAL

DEC., 1940]

03

MISCELLANEOUS BONDS

&

NOTICE—All bond prices are "and Interest" except where marked "f" and Income and defaulted
Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date of

*52-A&O
Nat Dairy Prod3w w"51 M&N
Natl Debenture Corp 4-6s 1953—
National

11994475683—

Ask

103 X
106

105 X
49

Distillers Products—

'

Conv 3Xs debs 1949
National Fire Proofing Co—

104 X

M&S

105

1st M conv 5Xs A 1940.M&N
Cum conv inc 6s 1952—M&N

90

95

13

15X

1947—A&O
Mtge
M&N

70

Natl Grocers Ltd 4s

National Hungarian Ind
Inst 7s 1948

3

Nat Ice & Cold Storage (Calif)-—
1st s f ext 3X«-6s j952
National Industrial Loan—
See Investing

55

J&D

Companies

National Radiator Corp—

24

1946--M&S

Cum Income deb 5s

National Steel Corp—
Serial notes 1 %
1942

National

A&O
A&O

—

1941

107 X
100 X

A&O
A&O
A&O
A&O
A&O
A&O
A&O
A&O

1st collM 3s 1905

100 X

Supply—

100X
101X
ioix
101X

Nat Union Mtge

g

—

-

-

-

~

-

-

-.

-

-

—

••

-

*.

J&J

—

^

-

*

80""
23""

20

Shaker Co inc 7s 1936

103 X

101

t

103

o

2X
104 X

101X

102 X

90X
96

92 X

92"
98

85
49

52"

47

49

54"

Pressed Steel Car Co 5s '51--J&J
Price Bros & Co Ltd—

93

—M&S
M&S

67

69

66

68

M&S

98

96"

87

105

101

lsts f5s 1953...

92

J&D
7s 1946 J&D
JNew York World's Fair 1939—

94 X
95

95 %
97

J&J

18X

19X

6s stamped 1946
Partic deb 2d mtge

58

Corp 4s 1952
M&N
Nordberg Mfg Co 1st 6s 1943M&S

Nivelle

102

Equip trust 4X* Aug 1 '41-'46.
Equip trust 4Xs Nov 25 '41-'42
Equipt tr 4X8 1941-47.J&D15

4.40
4.25

3.85%
3.50%

4.40

3.85%

Equip trust 5X® Sept 1 '4l-'44
American Cement Corp—
6Xs 1943
M&S
Income 6Xs 1953
M&S

4.50

3.50%

North

96 X

— .

46 X
82

1944.J&J

88

Lloyd—
60
42

3.40

1st mtge 5s to 1948
Debenture 6s 1943

99

97

M&N

2.50%

98 X
98

M&N
..M&N

1st 4s 1940-1947

2.25%
3.00%

3.00

J&D
N'west Pub's Deb4Xs 1948.J&J

98

9X
100X

1937.

Barb

104X

11X

Wire Co—

Shippers Oar Line—
Equip trust 5s E 1941-42—A&O
Shuron-Optical 6s 1951

3.00
96

Halske—

Deb g 8 f 6 Hs '51 with war M&S
Deb 6s 2930
Ann Apr / 200
75
9ignode Steel Strap 3Xa '45-A&O
67
Silesian-Am Corp 7s 1941
F&A
78 X
Rilverw'd Dairies 5s *41 to '51 J&J
103
Simmons Co Conv deb 4s'52A&0

Simpsons Ltd—
1st & coll 4Xs A 1951
J&J
Skelly Oil 3s deb 1950
F&A
Slattery Co Inc 5Xs 1954
J&J
Smith (Howard) Paper Mills Ltd
1st 4Xs 1951
—-J&D
Smith (1, O) & Corona Tvpewr'rs
Deb 3X % to 4 X % to 1946 .J&J

71

103 X
98

71

73

100 X tol02X

Serial debs 2s Nov 1 1941-45...
Smith &

Wesson

90

5Xs 1948--J&J

•

107 X

J&J

3s debentures 1964

South Coast Corp—
Gen mtge inc 6s April 1950
Southern Advance Bat? & Pan^r—

1st mtge s f 4Xs 1955
Southern Brighton Mills—
1st gtd 7s 1940—
1st gtd 6X« 1940

83

99 X

M&N

75

J&D
J&D

Ice &

86
100 X
80

55

A&O

83

6s 1946.F&A

100

Sou

Southern Kraft Oorp—
1st leasehold 4Xs 1940

Util

conv

-

102 X

J&D

Southern New England Ice—
1st s f 4 Xs 1967
A&O

95

107 X

Southern Ice Co—

1st & ref 5-8» 1942

100X
100X
100 X

>

62X

S'westLumb Mills 5s 1955—M&N

1st 48

23 X
59

103

M&S

102 X

103

_

104 X
105 X
105 X
67 X

104 X
105 X
105 X

69X

12

6X
106 X
106 X
20

J&J

15-yr 2Xs deb 1953

102 X

4Xsser B 1961.F&A
O 1950 M&N
5X.8 '54.M&N
Restigouche Paper Ltd 6s '48F&A

12
47

5s 1944

Stand Textile Prod 6X«

66

M&S

Purchase money

/
/

Spalding (A G) & Bros 5s '89M&N /
f

102 X
102 X

Gen mtge 4Xs ser

1950

IStandard Ice 1st 6s 1947-.-.F&A
Standard Oil Co (N J)—
Debenture 3s 1961
J&D

102

64

w s

Conv income

101X

Gen mtge

39X

A&O
Southwest Dairy Products—

101

& Dec 1 *41
& Dec 1 *42
& Dec 1 '43
Dec 1 1944.
Dec 1 1945.
& Dec 1 *46
& Dec 1 '47

2X-2_X% June 1& Dec
Railway W house 4-6s (w-«) 4/Rea'ty Bond & Mtge deb 4-0s '53.
Reliance Grain Ltd 4Xs 1952-J&J

'42 M&S

99

Stanly-Rowl-Clark 6s 1946--F&A
Starrett Corporation—
Secured cum Inc 3-5s Apr 1950
Stern Brothers 6s s f 1947
J&D

18

95

Stevens & Thompson Paper—
1st ext 3Xs (w-s),
1958.M&S

47
44

Without stock

Stillwater Worsted Mills—

99 X

F&A
Corp—
1946
A&O
Stinnes (Hugo) Industries—
7s 2d stamped 1940
J&J
Certificates of deposit
Strange (John) Paper 6s '44--J&J
Strawbridge & Clothier—
1st s f 5s 1948
M&S
Deb 5Xs A1943

—

Stinnes (Hugo)

102 X

4 X8 s f 1956
J&J
1st mtges f 3Xs 1960—M&N
Reynolds Met deb 3 Xs '51—J&D
Rheem Mfg conv 5s 1948
.A&O
1st mtge

7s

102

102X

101

102 X

105

1946——J&J
3Xs assented 1946
Rhine-Main-Danube 7s '50 M&S

Rheinelbe

99 X
91

J&J

36

Revere Copper & Brass

Northern Redwood Lumber—

f 6s 1947

Southern United Ice Co—

June 1
June 1
1 X-l X % June 1
1 X-2% June 1 &
2-2X % June 1 &
2 X-2 X % June 1
2X-2X% June 1

4X8 without warr'ts 1950
Republic Steel Corp—

2.75

Equip trust 4s ser I Jan 1 '41-'43
Equip tr 4s ser J 1940.46.J&D
Eq tr 3Xs ser K 1941-48.-A&O
Northern Elec & Nor Pap Mills—

80

Serlalnotes—

Remington Rand inc—
20-yr fleb 4 X® w w 1956

'

Corp—

15

34

..M&N

.

Queen Dyeing 1st 5s 1944—J&J /
Ra iio-Keitb-Orpheum Oorp—
Midwest Corp ref 6s 1940.M&N
Railway Express Agency Inc—
1 X-l X %
1 X-l X %

North American Car—

20-yr s f 6s 1947
M&N
Now 6-4% 1947
M&N
North Western Refrigerator Line

78
104 X

Quaker City Cold Storage—

91

Nor Amer Refract 6Xs

26

1947—M&N
Purity Bakeries 5s 1948
J&J
Prov Paper Ltd 5Xs

Shipbuilding 1st 5s '46.M&N
Rock Corp—
1st mtge s f 6s 1946
J&D

1941

98X

A&O

1946

7s

s

25 X

Socony-Vacuum Oil Co—

1st Income 6s 1958
J&D
Protestant Church of Germany—

97 X

4

50 X

M&S
M&N

Serial debs 3s Nov 1 1946-50.

95 X

Produce Term & Cold Storage—

93

Union Oil

Siemens &

100

101X
90 X

S ieli

1st

46

56

97 X

2 Xs debs 1954
J&J
Sheridan-Wyoming Coal Co—

Shaffer Oil & Ref 6s 1933

Potrero Sug 7s stmp 1947..M&N
Pratt Cons Coal 1st s f 5s 65 J&J

58

N Y

Northwestern

103 X
105

49

54 X

100

103 X

52

57 X

New York Trap

6s

"ix

82

..A&O

74

'41--J&D

4Xs 1948
J&D
Securities Acceptance Corp—
See Investing Companies.
Seneca Copper Corp 7s 1933.J&J

107X

/

4p 1951-F&A

1947

A&O

1st conv 3-6s 1951
Deb

X

4-6s 1953
1953.
1953
Realty Atl Deb Corp—

2d conv deb 4s 1957—
1st 3Xs 1941-1943

101X

Scullin Steel Co—

107

5s to 1942
M&S
Potomac Bond Corp 3-5s 1953—
Potomac Cons Deb Corp 4-6s '53-

1st 5s 1957

Bid

Scripps (E W) deb 5Xs 1943 F&A

Seattle Times deb 4Xs

109

4-6s 1953

—

....

3

Royal Pulp & Paper—

Potomac

—

75 X
98

104 Vs

17

Potomac Md Deb Corp 4-6s

„

North German

104 X
102 X

Potomac Deb Corp

106

99

NYLE&WC&R R—
1st 6s ekt 5X% 1942
M&N /
N Y L E & W Dock & lmpt—
Extended at 5% to 1943—J&J

Deb 4s

75

Bonds

Ask

71

„|/ 101X

stamped 1942
Certificates of deposit—

Port

37

42F&A

6s'43-J&J

6s

—

-

Phillips Elec Works 5s 1953.F&A
Phillips Petr 3s conv deb '48.M&S
r'hoenix Iron Istsf 6s 1946.M&N
Phoenix Silk Mfg 7s 1943...F&A
dickering Lumber 4s 1952. .M&N
Pine Hill Collieries 1st 6s &'42 AO
Pittsb Brewing 6s Feb 4 '49...T&J
Pittsburgh Coal deb 6s *49—F&A
Pittsburgh Coke & Iron Co—
1st mtge conv 4 X «1952—M&S
Pitts Crucible Steel 5s to '45.M&S
°ltts Steel s f 08 1948
F&A
Pitts Term W'house & Transfer—
1st rei 5s 1936
M&N If
Pocahontas Consol Collieries—
1st gold 58 1957
J&J
Poor & Co s f deb 4s 1946—A&O
Portld Woolen Mills 6 Xs*44 M&N
Porto Rican Amer Tobacco—
/
Conv 6s 1942
J&J.
Certificates of deposit
/

Potomac Franklin Deb 4-6s

New Eng Laundries 5s 1950.J&J
New Niquero Sug 3X8'40-'42-J&J /

Y Dod Co 'st

—

102 X

4-08 A '54—J&J

B 1954
Nekoosa-Edwards Pap

Conv 5% notes

•

*

_

3-5s series

N

-

-

102 X

1943—-A&O f

Coll tr s f 6Xs

107X

102

105X
1st M 3Xs 1954
J&D
National Terminal^ Corp—
Gen & coll sf 6Hs 1940—-A&O /
28X
Natl Tool con v deb 6s w w

Bid

Bonds

Bid

102 X

Bonds
Nat Container deb 5Xs

bonda
Issue

106X

36

Union 7s

30

„

30X

2d stamped

44
44

100
103 X

W1945-F&A

96

97

5Xs without warr 1945.F&A
Nova Scotia Steel & Coal—
1st conv s f 3Xs 1963
J&J

96

97

58

60

OceanSSCo(Savannah) 5s '43J&J

84

O'Connor Moffat deb 6s 1948F&A

86

Rhode Island Ice 5s w-« '51—F&A
Richardson & Boynton Co—
< )um income 4s 1945
J&J
Richfield Oil of California—
Conv e f 4s 1952
M&S

M&S

9

10
17

Richmond Cedar Works 6s 1953Ricbmond Hos Mills 5s 1948-F&A

49

51

Richmond (Va) Ice Co—
1st & ref 5-6Xs 1947

Sugar Pine Lumber Co—
1st M serial 6s 1940-1942.M&S /

A&O

34

Summerfield Hecht—

M&N
Rima Steel Corp 1st s f 7s '55 F&A
Riordon Pulp & Paper Ltd—
1st 6s June 30 1942— -J&D30

86

1st mtge s f 5Xsw

O'Gara Coal 1st inc 5s 1955

Ohmer Fare Register

7s 1938.J&J

49 X
9

92 X
Ontonagon Fibre Co 6Xs 1944—
48
Oregon-Am Lumber 6s 1942-A&O
99 X
Oregon Pulp & P 6s to *45--M&N
21
Oreg Terminals inc 5s 1945.-A&O
67X
Osgood Co deb g 0s 1943
J&D
Oswego Fallc Corp—
103 X
4Xs without warrants1952 M&S
85 X
Otis Steel s f 4Xo A 1962—J&J
Pac Coast Cement 6s A 1942-J&D
82
Pacific Coast Co 5s 1946
J&D
58
Pacific Western 0113X 1949.F&A
98 X
Pan-Amer Industrial 7s *37.M&S /
Pan Amer Petrol Co (of Calif)—
1st conv a f 0s 1940
J&D15 / 43 X
Certificates of deposit
/ 43 X
Panhandle Eastern Pipe Line—
102 X
1st mtge & lien 4s 1952—M&S
Paramount Pictures 3 Xs '47.M&S
93 X
^

Par melee

11

6s 1944

A&O

River Raisin Pap 1st 6s '45--F&A
Roberts & Oake (Chi) 6s '44.M&N

104 X
86 X

1

45
45

103 X
96 X

45X
73

r-io
!

■

(Portland Me) 4s 1958—A&O
3-3X8 1940-1948
A&O
Roman Catholic Church 6Xs 1946
Rom Cath .Church Welfarq 7s 1946

A&O

Ruhr Chemical 6s 1948
Ruhr

107

40

8t Louis Amuse't

100 x

Rocky Mt
5s 1955 stamped

Saliex Looms Inc 6s

-J&J

._

*6""
104 X

1946
J&J
Stamped (July 1933 coup on)
Guar s f 0X8 1946 ser B—A&O

Schulco Co 6Xs

45

109 X
16 X

3X

Stamped
Schulze Baking 1st 6s 1945--M&S
Scovill Mfg 3Xs debs 1950—J&J

18

73

Swift & Co 3Xs 1950

'Called for redemption:

99 X

4X

M&N
-J&D
Taylor-Warton Iron & Steel—
Coll inc 7Xs July 1 1958.
A&O

105

26

Tenn Coal Iron & RR 5s 1951 J&J

127

26
25

Term

104
103 X

106

105X

98

Taggart Bros Co 6s 1944

96

-

Refrig & Warehouse Corp—
4 X® 1948
A&O
Term Warehouse 2d 5s '42--J&J

98

100
52

Texas

2

Corporation—
3% debentures 1959--—-A&O
3s debentures 1965
M&N

106 X

75

80

22 X

23
42

96 X

98"

Three Rivers Grain & Elevator—
1st s f 5Xs ser A 1651
Ttetz (Leonard) 7Xsx-w

108
106 X

107 X

Corp 6s '44.F&A /
w w 1951—J&D

Texas Sugar Ret
Thermoid Co 5s

41

8X

10

r

98

*46.J&J /

31

M&S

85

35"

Tilden Lumb & Mills6Xs'46M&S f

Tivoli Brewing conv 5s 1947
Tomahawk Kraft Paper—

J&D

..A&O

1st 5s (withstk) 1951
26 X
26 X

Trask Timber 1st 3s 1944—J&D

26 X

78
87 X

90

93
67

72"

Ulen & Co—

7X

Uchi Gold Mines 1st 6s 1941 J&D

8X

76 X
33

39 X

36*

6a May 1 1942 ser A
3s debentures 1959

53

Union Rock 1st 6s a f 1947

98

99

United Amusement
1st

s

f 5s

ser

108
106X
M&S /
14

F&A
—F&A

33

108

49

Union Oil Co of California—

45 X
49 X

107

8X

Conv 6s 4th stamp 1950-_ F&A
Unified Deben Oorp 3-6s 1955—

111

106X
16

Corp—

A 1956

United Biscuit deb 3 Ha

5 Basis.

22

.M&N

17

& Pacific—
1954—A&O

90

81X

71

.

Saratoga Victory Mills—
6Xs with warrants 1943—J&J
Saxon Pub Wks (Germany)-—
1st extl s f 7s 1945
F&A
Gen & ref 6Xs 1951
M&N
6% notes 1937
J&J
Sayre & Fisher Brick 6s 1947. J&J
Schoenstadt (H) & Son 6s 1950 —

4X

12

F&A
J&J

Superior Oil 3Xs debs 1950-A&O
Susquehanna Silk MillsSink fund deb 5s
1938—_ J&D /

20

96

St Louis

1

M&S /

1951

6s Jan 1 1951

105
100X

1st 6s '45-A&0

1st extd 6s stamped 1945-M&N
St Louis Gas & Coke Corp—
1st M s f 6s 1947J&D /

92 X
105

Sunlight Coal Co 5s 1947
Superior Elevator & Forwadlng—

26

St Louis Car Co—

Sugar Estates of Oriente—
1st 78 1942 ctfs of dep

Extended 3-5s

9

J&J
'40-M&N

Housing 6Xs 1958—

Sahara Coal inc deb 5s

44 X

Peabody Coal Co (Oonsol Co)
1st b f 5s 1953 ser A..... .M&N
100X
99
Peerless Cement 1st 5s 1948--J&J
Penman's Ltd 1st 5X® '51—M&N
73
95
Penn Amer Coal 0s 1941-56..J&J
Penn Dairies 1st s f 6s 1949—J&J
95
Penn Mercantile Properties—
Secured s f 4s 1961
J&J
Penna Cent Brewing 6s 1937 A&O
Pennsylvania Glass Hand Corp—
1st mtge s f 3Xs I960
J&D
Pettibone Mulliken—
6a w w 1943
M&S / 42
109
Phelps Dodge 3X» 1952
J&D
Phila & Read C & I 5s 1973.-J&J /
16X
Conv deb 6s 1949
M&S /
3X

Rocky Mtn Fuel 2Xs 1943.-A&O
Rolland Pap 1st 4Xs A '51-M&N
Roman Catholic Bishop

106 X

Struthers Wells Titusville—

1st mtges f 5X» ww 1949.A&O
Studebaker Corp 6s 1945
J&J
Stutz Motor Car 7 Xs 1937-_A&0

4

.

62 X
100 x

70

1

f.

Richmond Radiator 5s 1948

Transportation Co-

S f conv deb

Paton Mfg Ltd 1st 4Xs '56.M&8

5

„

15

Old Ben Coal Corp 6s (w s) 1948
Inc deb 7 Xs (w s) Aug 1 1953.

35

F&A

'55.A&O

68

107 X

108*

see page 111.
% Quotations based on $84.50 of principal amount; 6% was paid on July 2, 5X% on Sept. 25 and 5% in Oct.
/ This price includes accrued interest, k Last sale,
n Nominal,
r Canadian funds.




84

INDUSTRIAL

MISCELLANEOUS

&

BONDS

NOTICE—All bond prices are "and interest" except where marked "f" and income and defaulted bonds
Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date of issue

Bid

Bonds

United Oigar-Whelan Stores—
S f 6s Oct 1 1962
--A&O
United Corps Ltd inc 5s 1953 F&A
United Drugs 6s 1953

78%
97 %

J&J

79
100

67
67

35

69

5

Cum incls-4s

87

80
69

It*. »S—1

70

i

100%
100%
100%

(Hiram )-G & W—
4Mb 1945
J&D
104%
Waltham W'tch & Cl'k 6s '43 J&D
103
Walton Lumber 1st 6 Mb "41 Q-Jan /
40

101

Walworth Co 6s

ioI%

s

f deb 1955.A&O

20-yr 1st mtge 4s 1955

101

82

18"

101%

Warren

5 Mb

103

1937

notes

mm

mm

mm

—

—

Western Auto

mm

—

—

M&S /

—

37

36%
_

M

—

mm

mm

•»

91%

30

94

94

54

104%
97

NY Prod Exch
Assoc membersh-

977

100

267

25

99"

Baltimore Stk Exch

75
127

10

5

3

Boston Stock Exch.

2.500

2,500

550

510

475

1,500

Cleveland Stk Exch

2,250

1,600
2,000

Detroit Stock Exch

58

Ft Worth Gr & Cot

65

650
350

1.50

1.20%

Kan City (Bd of Tr)

213

4,100

87

Van Dorn Iron Wks 7s June 11942

85

Wilson & Co 4s

A 1930

Conv debs

ser

39

Los Ang Stock Exch
Milw Grain & Stk.

157

150

58%

Minn Ch of Comm.

523

750

800

18

Montreal Curb Ex.
Montreal Stock Ex.

100

1.000
H.750
118.000

3"565

103%
44

44

106%

600

1/80

Ex

500

350

Phila Stock Exch..

70
200

"415

300

350

100

Exch-

100

St Louis Exchange
Salt Lake Stock Ex.

42
43

500

13

San Fran Stock Ex.

69

16,500

18%

20

Seattle Stock Exch 1

27

75

Seattle Curb & M. J
Toronto Stock Exch

113

t14,500

"450

500

13

12

b Basis.

"150

450

f'ittsb

106%

107

Stock

.

12%

88
20

106%
102%

A&O

Called for redempttion; see page 111.
x Ex-interest,
y 80 seas, 70 members.

New Orl Cotton

70

New Orl Stock Ex.

1952
A 1955—J&J

a

650

3",500

Vtinn-St P Stk Ex.

J&J
M&S

3%s 1947

375

56%

Prior lien 7s certificates 1935
ser

41

600

37

F&A

J&J

Secured 6s 1945
Wilbur-Suchard 4s

5-year 7s

100

Union—

1st 4s 1953.

3.800

500

1.10%

J&J

125

100

,

i—

Chicago Bd of Tr__ 1,549
Chic Merc Exch A.
473
Chicago Stock Exch
336

1.40

62

104%
104%

Last sale

99 M

90

95

57%

104

Wheeling Steel Corp—
1st M s f 4Mb ser A 1966--F&A
Whitaker Paper 7s 1942
M&N
Wickwire Spencer Steel—
7s certificates of deposit 1935

69

104%
104%

SEATS
No.

91

Weyenberg Shoe Mfg—
Debenture 4%s 1945
J&D
Wheeler Osgood Co 6s 1941 _M&S

—

104

Exch...1,375 $33,000 $33,000 $40,000
N Y Cotton Exch..
450
3 250
3,500
3,050
N Y Oof & Sug Ex.
344
1,600
1,750
N Y Curb Exch...
550
6.900
410
400
'500
Commodity Exch..
881

.M&S

Western Newspaper
Conv deb 6s 1944

—.

M&S

f 3 %s ser D '60 M&N

Eq tr 4Mb ser D 1941-44—J&D
4%sserE 1941-1945
M&N

—

—-

s

EXCHANGE

Supply Co

Western Grain Co 6s 1949

mm

103

J&D

3%ssfdebs 1955
Western Fruit Express—

102%
_

56%
52

M&N
M&N

1st mtge 3s 1954

103%

.

M&S /

1941

f deb 6s

s

100%
99

95

N Y Stock

Watab Paper 1st 6%s 1942--J&J
Webster C&O 1st g 5s '42 op M&S
West Va Pgh Coal 6s 1947
/
West Va Pulp & Paper Co—

103

35%

91

A&O

1944

Warren (S D) Co—
1st mtge s f 4Mb 1952
Conv deb 4Mb 1952

103%

32%
35
35

Conv 4s debs 1948

Bros Co—

Conv

M.

75

99%

84

Warner Co 1st 6s

Warner-Quinlan Co 6s 1939.M&S /
Warner Sugar Corp 7s 1939.J&J /

101%
102%
102%
102%
102%

104%

91%

50
15%

88

95

Youngstown Sheet & Tube—
1st M s f 48 ser O 1961
M&N

79

91%

103

Valvoline Oil ext 5s 1947.-M&N
Van Camp's Inc 1st 6s 1943..J&J

Sale price,

78%

101%

/
/
/
J&J /
/

t Canadian dollar value.

A&O

102

103%

66"

M&S

100
92

100

1st mtge
-

100

99

Yates-Am Mach 3-6%s '44-A&O
York Ice Mach 6s 1947
A&O
Debenture 6s 1943
J&D

Warner Bros Pictures—

6s debentures 1948

99

J&J

6s 1942

104%

lOO"

99

2d conv inc 5s 1962.-Ann Apr
Woodward & Tiernan Print—

1

1

94

102%
102%

102%

1

92

101%
101%
101%

102%
102%
102%
102%
102%
103%
102%
103%

1

1

45

68

4s series A

1

001

1943
M&N
4s-4%s '61—F&A

4-5s 1954
J&D
Utilities Elkhorn Coal 6s 1948 J&J

s

11

1

81

40

3%s series A 1942-1945—J&J
1946-1947
J&J
4Mb series A 1952
J&J
Woodward Iron 1st lien 5s *62J&J

1

5

Deb

82

79

Woods Bros Corp 6s 1937--A&O
Woods Mfg Co Ltd 1st 3s to 41 J&J

Walker

100

—J&D

6>^s series C 1951

100%
100%

100

—-J&D /

%s assented A 1951

Canadian price,

37

Walker Coal & Ice 6s 1945-M&S

7 Mb

75

101

Extend Income 6s 1963...M&N
Wood & English coll 7s *39—M&N

94

46

1st

100

J Mb assented O 1951
6%s series A 1947
S Mb assented A 1947
United Stockyards Corp—
I
15-yrcolltr4%s A ww'51 A&O
Universal Sewer Pipe 6s 1943-J&J
Utah Ice & Storage (Colo)—

r

33

Wabasso Oot'n

99%

M&S

4

Wise Lime & Cement 6s '38.A&0

5

/

70

Wither bee Sherman Inc—

4

Va Iron Coal & Coke 5s '49.M&S
Vulcanite Portland Cement—

.

85

9M

B 1979

ser

Ask

Bid

Winslow Bros & Smith—

70

Virginia Hot Springs Co Inc—
2d mtge 1 %-4s ser A 1979—-

33

.50% due May 1 1941.
.625% due Nov 1 1941.
.75% due May 1 1942.875% due Nov 1 1942.
1.00% due May 1 19431.125% due Nov 1 1943
1.25% due May 11944
1.375% due Nov 1 1944
1.50% due May 1 19451.625% due Nov 1 19451.75% due May 1 1946
1.80% due Nov 1 1946
1.85% due May 11947
1.90% due Nov 1 1947
1.95% due May 11948
2.00% due Nov 11948
2.05% due May 11949
2.10% due Nov 1 1949
2.15% due May 11950
2.20% due Nov 1 1950
2.25% due May 1 1951
2.30% due Nov 1 1951
2.35% due May 11952
2.40% due Nov 1 1952
2.45% due May 11953
2.50% due Nov 1 1953.
2.55% due May 1 1954.
2.60% due Nov 1 1954.
2.65% due May 1 1955
United Steel Works (Germany)—
..

Bonds

5%s 1943

Certificates of deposit.

debentures—

6%s series A 1951

Ask

80

Yiau Biscuit Oprp 6 Mb '46—J&J
Vicana Sugar Co 6s 1955
J&J
Victor Fuel 1st s f g 5s 1953--J&J
Va Hardwood Lumber 6s *42-J&D

69

33

—

3

1st coll conv 5s 1951
A&O
Vertientes Sugar 1st 7s 1942—

63

5 %s series B 1949
M&N
United Industrial 1st 6s 1945-J&D
Deb 6%s 1941
M&N
U 8 Finishing 5s 1944
J&J
U S Radiator Corp—
conv deb s f 5s 1946
F&A
United States Steel Corp—

Serial

71

68*

M&S15

_

Bid

Bonds

Wilson (W P) inc 6%s 1945-M&N

United Elec Coal Cos inc 7s 1946United Grain Growers Ltd
5s series A 1948-

Ask

106%

Washington Stk Ex

40

Winnipeg Gr Exch.

464

i"66o

15,000

18,000

1,250

2",665

Too

255

103

300

"250

tl.275

/This price includes accrued interest.

k Last sale.

n

Nominal.

Joint Stock Land Bank Bonds and Stocks
Quotations

Bonds

Bid

Atlanta %s, l%s
Atlantic 1 %s. 1 %s

r

r

Bonds
Lincoln 4%s
Lincoln 5s

99
r

for the last day of the month preceding the date of issue.

Ask

99

Burlington-.
Chicago
Denver 1 %s, 3s
First Carolina l%s,2s
First Montgomery 3s, 3%s
First New Orleans Is, 2s_.
First Texas 2s, 2%s
First Trust oi Chicago—
Refunding 1 & l%s
Fletcher %s. 3%s
Fremont 4%s, 5%s
Illinois Midwest 4%s, 5s__.
Indianapolis 5s
Iowa 4%s, 4%s
Lafayette %s, 2s

are

7

9

2

2%

84
-

Oregon Washington
Pennsylvania l%s. l%s.

99

Phoenix 5s
Phoenix 4%s
Potomac l%s

First Carolinas

%s, 2s

1

5

100

95

100
...--100

35

102
40

115

130

100

Potomac

Southern Minnesota.....

Southwest (Ark.) 5s
Union Detroit 2%s

84

Virginian Is, l%s

18

2

115

125

North Carolina

99

70

99%

62
60

100

23" Pennsylvania

21

55
14

84

100
100

Lincoln
New York

99%

56

100

-.100

Fremont

101

52
84

100

Des Moines

98%

r

San Antonio

Denver

46""

101

St. Louis

99

88

99
35

r

Ask

80
48
80

100

86

North Carolina %s, l%s

99

...

Bid

100
100

Atlantic
Dallas

89

99
99

Par

Atlanta

87

....

Lincoln 5%3
New York 5s

99%

99

Stocks

Ask

Bid

5

6

9

99

100

98

13%

r

14%

San Antonio

Virginia
Virginia-Carolina

99

5
...100

2%
80

3

90

99

Company in receivership.

Quotation shown is for all maturities.

Investing Companies Stocks and Bonds
Concluded from page 72

Stocks and Bonds

Par

Bid

Ask

Per

Seaboard Commercial..
Preferred w w
Seaboard

$2
$2

cum
cum

10
50

35

Finance Corp

1

5

pref ww
preferred

*
*

23

Seoond Carey Trust
100
Second Investors $3 prior pref-25

$1.50 convertible preferred
Securities Acceptance Corp—
Common

5

12

Stocks and Bonds

14
38
6

40

31

7

35'

6.48
14.54

2%

8.20

Am

2

5s

1

1952

M&S

2.19

8.95

66%

Jk*

55

*
*

72%

J&J

107}f

6% cum preferred
Warrants
5s

conv

deb

1953

9%

£1

%

2

Trusteed Amer Bank Shares B 25c

♦Series B
Union Investment

Vi
.49

s'4
8&*

.74

.83

1.15

1.25

2.17

1

2.11

1
common

—

*

107%4

Voting shares

1st

pref with

Ask
share

..1

25c
O

5.16

4.70
2%
99

14g
86c

U S & Foreign Securities com--*
$6 1st preferred..
*
U. S. & International Sec..
*

*

warrants

Util Equities Corp com

10c
$5.50 priority stock
1
Utility & Industrial Corp.—...
Convertible preferred....
7
Wellington Fund
1
Western Reserve Investing—
«

Deb

%

ser

Conv deb 5s 1946
M&S
U S Elec Light & Pow tr ctf A
Trust ctfs series B

42

48

Bid

1

Industry Shares

Trustee N Y Bank Shares

..

34

Corp..

Tri-Oontinental

2%
48%

5

£l

50

47

—-*

M&S

63%

*

Trusteed

11% ♦Trustee Standard Oil shares A.l

*

...9
50

Par

Per

♦Trustee Stand Invest
♦Class D

26c

dep rets ordinary
Am dep rets deferred
Transamerica Corp

%
47

1942—

10
21c

1

5%% partic preferred:

3.78

5

1

F&A

5%s 1944

3%
86

58*'
48^
%

is1!!
100

%

86
82

Quotations not furnished by sponsoror issuer.




*
-50c

Tobacco & Allied Stocks Inc
Tobacco Securities Trust Ltd—

lOi"

99

25

4%s Mar
March

25
101
1

99

com

Allotment certificates—......
Bhawmut Bank Inv Trust-

♦

5.86

13.70

1

Class AA

Securities Invest com
Preferred
100
Selected Amer Shares Inc ....2%
Selected Income Shares........ 1

Common.—.

1
*

Talcott (James) com
23

$5.50 prior stock
Convertible stock

com

Spencer Trask Fund Inc
Standard Amer Trust Shares
Standard Investing Corp—

$5.60 preferred w w
Standard Utilities Inc
♦State St Investment Corp

Stocks and Bonds

share

Super Corp rf Amer—

4

6% preferred
25
4%s conv debenture 1950-J&J
Securities Corp General com—*

Selected Industries

Ask

Bid
Per

Sovereign Invest. Inc.,

25%
25%

23
35

Par

share

* No par value.

e

Ex. coupons.

/Flat price.

k Last sale.

n

Nominal,

x

Ex-dividend.

Industrial and Miscellaneous Stocks
'

i

Quotations for all securities are as near as

Stocks

Par

Stocks

Ask

Bid
Per

Par

possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date of Issue

Per

share

share

WInget
634

10

Co common

16

Atlantic Rayon
Bates Mfg.

76

3)4
28)4
354
4)4

Apponaug Co..
*
Arlington Mills..100
1
100
100

3f*
4)4
634

90

10

Preferred

4

Beaunit Mills

if*

1434

pref_20

conv

Pine

*
*

Spinning Co
5% preferred

AH

49

Beott Mills

33

Borden

(Richard)
Mfg Co com
*
Border City Mfg 100
Botany Worsted—

6

7)4

10

Mills class A....5
Preferred
10
Bourne Mills
*

3

2)4

6)4

5)4

100

27

22

Cleve Worsted Mill
Common

*

72

Process.-*

of

Fruit

14

♦
100

Draper Corp
Farr
Alpaca
the

Globe

29

Loom

Cotton

*

Hartford Rayon vtcl

"X

loli
10634

20

4
22

76

81

(Baltimore)... 100

4

5

100

71

75

JH

..100

29

32

Rayon class A..25

11

13

75

8% preferred.. 100
*
Nonquitt Mills
*
North Amer Rayon—

54
1634
19%

96

6)4

Consol

Mining

Bol Inca

8

1

1

50
5% preferred—50

24

Bulolo

Gold

5

14)4

12)4

13 )4

15

Callahan

13

Sull'n M &

18

20

27

14)4

1634

10

Zinc-Lead
1

"3 54

43

12
47

»

82

86

33

30

75

Copper

36

100

Consol

5

Copper

42

Wayne Knit Mills .5

1454

18

25

Dome Mines Ltd..*

28

Eagle Pkh Lead.. 10
Preferred
100

66

120
50

1
*
Mill pref.. 100

130"

Mills.. 100
Cotton.

Nat Yarn Mills

..50

100

Inc

74

80

23

28
—

58

a.

64

61

-

66
21

59

63

2

Mfg
20
W) Mfg.. 100

66

American shares.*

65

75

8)4

9)4
121

50

6

8

10

Power common-.5

Copper Co
Mining

104
12

14

97

101

Franklin

*

15 X

Southern

6%

83

8)4

Worsted—
84

100

87

119

70"
68

100

Mills

80

*

56"

52

100

102

Appleton Co

$6 preferred

common.

6)4% pref
Common

1

.25

1
Kennecott Copper.*
KUdun Mining
1
King David Min.50c
KIrkland LakeGold 1
Shore Mines. 1

Cap Gold Mini

Magma Copper Col 0

McIntyrePorcuplne5
Miami Copper
5
Mining Corp of

100

100

New Jersey Zinc..25
Newmont Mining.10

18

20

N

Y A

Noranda

5

10

25

8)4

654
9)4

W4

50 34
37

6)4

18)4

1334

13 54

4

434

5c

20c

54
13)4

14

75c

85c

434
30)4
32)4
934

H

4)4

3334
954

4

III*

254
69)4

2734

28

1834

19

50

53

Old Dominion Co .25

22c

118

~3~~

38

41

1)4

3
100

7 % preferred . 100
Burlington Mills __1

96

16)4

17)4

Calhoun Mills....50

44

48

Callaway Mills.... •

25

27

38)4

6s Jan

Preferred B

99
47

7% preferred.. 100
Washington MillslOO
Wellington Mills
*
Preferred
100
West Point Mfg
20

51

Oriental
Pacific

98

50

1)4
18

19

*
—.100
Alniworth Mfg
5
Air Associates (N J) 1
Air Communicat'nsl
Aircraft Accessories 1
Aircraft Precision..1
Aircraft A Deisel
Common
Preferred

6

105

1
_

Appliance
*
Pac Salmon*

20

Alaska

Consol

Mining.

107

4
8

Airplane Mfg A Sup 1
Air Reduc'n com..*
Air-Way Electric

Oklahoma Interstate

Mining Com__25c

1941

Mfg Co
Ware Shoals Mfg 100

X

100
Aetna Stand Engine*

Direction Finder

Vlctor-Monagh'n 100
7% preferred.. 100
Victory Yarn Mills—

4

Preferred

Equipment
Airplane A Marine

93
5

5)4
21)4
6)4

Aetna Rubber—

5c

3c

12

Class B
1
Aeronautical" Corp. 1

40c

1

1st M

1554
254

Aero Supply Mfg—
Class A
1

34
3934

Ohio Copper of
Utah

Walkce